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N ti:W ADVERTISEMENTS.
IN ABUNDANCE AT
3E, IA - Id F. IEI, ' S
DRUG AND FANCY GOODS STORE,
No. 91 MARKRT STARRY.
NATE are happy in presenting to our pa
trons again this season, an entire new stock of
Riney Goods for the holidays. fresh from the hands of
importers, and at prices astonishingly low for the times.
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE lIAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR . A
• 4141 WIFE.,
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR_ A
IiASE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
Appropriate to All.
Ia adddion to our Epecial IItANCY GOO. S, we have the
usual large wort: of ToiLEiTARTIOLitS and PIitRFUSIE
KY, chicn remains unrivaled in this city.
Our French confections are unsurpassed and
will give entire satisfoctLon,
Oun't fail to go to Roller's. Sou will there find
the most bnainiful display of fine gcods, and the
greatest variety yet off,red in this city. It would be
vain to atte , iipt. tu number or ,deknthorn; ibe they must
be teen. Cali. It is our business to show go.odt; yours
to buy, if you see proper. .
Competition is the Ofe of trade, and we enter the arena
stab pietsure, det,rmmed to act our part well. , Please
not cc, that we are ollering some goods cheaper, inreality.
than farmer gold prices, aid if you want bargain; go at
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOODS
A Fine Assortment of Jewelry
EXPRESSLY FOR : •
GEO. W. lIVCALLA,
NO. 38 BIARKET STREET, HARRISBURG,
Has now the finest, best selectel and most:desirable selec-
XlCin or Jewelry ever brought fib Harrisburg, which he
wil sed at prices to suit the times. Toe stock embraces,
in pa t, the ful owing articles :
told sad si.ver watches.
Fine cot al, tcyaz,amethyst,.peari, onyx and gold setts of
Fine diamond, carbuncle and seal rings.
Gutta-percha pens and pencils, tooth picks, &c.
Gold and sitvrr chains.
d sad silver thimbles
I,eckets and sleeve buttons.
ring and ear-rings of all descriptions.
itlilver and plated ware.
Silver tea and table spoons.
Sugar and preserve spoons, berry dishes, butter knives
sod fruit knives: •
Breakfast and dinner castors.
syrup pitchers, cake baskets and salt stands.
0 Ildren's cups, goblets and call bells.
Fancy bronzed Mantle ornaments
Patted spoons and torts
And au ostensive assortment of floe clacks.
.DF - Ladies sad r euilemen in search of pre ants for the
holidays, will co well to examine this stock, before pur
.10" All geocs warranted as represented when sold.
H6LIDA Y GIFT S
Knoche's Music .Store,
93 Market Street.
puNos, Cabinet Organs and Melodeons,
Piano stools and Covers.
Guitars, Flut s, Violins, etc.
Musical Works of all descriptions.
Portfolios for Sheet Music.
Sheet Music, the latest and most popular publications!,
Engravings, Paintings, Plmtographs.
Oval and square gist Walnut and Rosewood Frames.
Albums the largest and best astiortment in the city.
Call and examine toe stock of the largest Ditt.Tic • Store
this aide of the great cities. W. &NOCHE, -
iccla-tjanl 93 Market street.
No P,! NO IS COMPLETE WATTIOVT
Copies 01 *! : lie Following Elegant Workst
"THE HOME CRt. A collection of Marches,
&dowse Quadrilles., Oen-
Waltzes, Parkas, Schottht. 4 . leB i
d Plano Gems. .2 VOll3.
era Dances, Four Hand riticel °
"TUE SR •WhR a colltctioh of choice
th Piano AccompanimOta .THE E'LVER
CliuktD,' a collection of Songs, BallaciA', te
, with Piano accompaniments. i` OPESATIC
PEART.s, , a col cotton of Gems from the Heat Operas,
ith Piano Accompaniments. i rice of eiSch,
s2'6o; C.oth, $.3 00; Fe I gilt, sd'oo. Mailed OA d
on receipt of price. OLIVIE DIMON & CO., Publizhersi
277 Washington street , Boston. dec2o-ue '
SHAFFEIt & iißoTfivia,
PAPER HAN GUS,
AND DEALERS IN
WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, &
Harker Square, Harrisburg, Pa.
TO NERVOUS NUFFERERS
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous
bility, Incompetency, Premature Deray, and Youth
tui Error, actuated ty a desire to benefit others, will be
happy to famish to all who need it, (free of tharge,) the
reeeipe and directions for mating the simple - remedy . uhed
in his case. Sufferers wishing to profit by the, advertiser's
bad experience, and posse-a a sure and valuable remedy,
can do so by addressing him at Once at his pla6e of busi
ness. The Recipe and fall information—of vital Impor
tance—will t e cheer! ully sent by return maiL
Address JOHN B. CGDEN,
No. 60 Nassau street, Now York.
P. S.— Nervous sufferers of both sexes will find this
information invaluable. no29.daunm
Diaries ! Diaries !
G assortment of Diaries and Daily
11 the year 1665, for sale at Scheer s
J L o ' l;Dalrfor
Bookstore, tn. South Second street, Harrlaking, Pa
QAP SAGO, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut
-10 meg told New York State Mow, just received at
SHIS4SR I FRAM,
successors to W Dock,
MINCRD MEAT received fresh eve.,
the celebrated manufacturer, Atmore
week fr,."43 DOYER KERPER'S.
H AERth :TNG NATIONAL am or,
December 10, 1864.
MBE annual election fo:
of this bank will beheld, as reciu!"d„PY 'he
currency act, on Tuesday, the 10th day Annex)" next,
at the banking house, between the boars of OA. AL an d
s•.• M. J. W. Itikl
' NATIONAL HOUSE RESTAURANT.
HAVE es-fitted and opened the above
named restaurant. where all the delicacies of the
am= will be served up. such as Oysters, Game, Terra
pin, &e. - .Vise public are most reapectfriny invited to call.
Families )supplied with oysters. A. J WAREIELD.
N. 1f.14.1 en lunch given every day from 10y. to 11%
BRANDY PEACHES, Spiced and Pickled
Oysters, jest received at WU' M. GRAY &
(Rouser and LoClimacOs old avid, Market sqeare •
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FEMALE REt ULA,TOzIt
Elf. AiL Et. E AT 0
gft. 27. A N, .A N ,D, d. FA.
:Wriror 'the litemotxtl of Chaim -dim/ reind !ht IruedranCe
of Reputority-in,the.ReQurrenee of the
'Hotifhly" Periods: • -
far They cure or obviate those numerous diseases that
spring-from irregularity, by removing the irregularity
- • •
,g-Thep cure Supprerae'd, Excessive and Painful'Mei
,They cure preen Sickness (Ghlorosie.),
fge-They cure Reivous and 'Spina Affection's; -pains in
the back and lower parte of the body, Heaviness,,Fatigue,
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, LOW11(188.. of
Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Giddlhess, lte.-,.&c.
a *DM; by removing - .the Arre,gularity; - they remove .the
cause, 'and with it sm. the effects tbsit spring .from It .
/la-Composed of siniple vegetabieextraets, they -con
tain nothing deleterious to any constitution,; however
delicate, their function being to substitute Strength far
weakness, *lnch,, when properly:use:4 they never fail to
MESH TILTS HAVE NEVER RIMY KNOWN': TO FAIL warm.:
THE DISCBCTIONS'AILE' WELL OBSERVED_ : •
tir.6ll letters seeking Information or advice' salt be
promptly, freely and disereetly:anewared.:
Fell directions accompanying eachrbok.
sigt- Price $1 per box, or six boxera , for SST
Ayr seilt by mail; free of postage, on receipt of price.
igt,Panifiblets sent 'too of postage, by
- Et' NERWIN & CO;`
16:41R-4(0-46?, NO. 63 Liberty street, new York.
R. NV RIGH T:' S
On, ESSENCE OF LIFE.
Prepared, frrim Pure.. Vegetable Extracts containing riot"
thing injurious to the most delicate.
"As the Phenix rises from the ashes of its fire, ani
mates with new life",se dees this Elixir rejuvenate: the.
system and overcame disease..•
ear The Rejuvenating - . Alixir. "is the result of modern
discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being un entirely
new and abstraet method of cure, irrespective , of. all . the
old and worn-out systems.
far This medicine:has been tested by the - most emir ,
nerd medical men of the day,. and by them pronounced ,
to be one of the greatest medical discoveries of the age.
oar One botilon'idnute General Debility.
Aar A few dosexctire Hysterics in females.
/a- One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart.
ow-From one to three bottles restore the manliness
and full vigor of youth,
gab- A few doses feaotz4l/43 appetite.
sir Three nOLUOS curethe worst case of Impotency. •
gar A tew doses cure the low spirited. .-
Aar One bottle restores mental power.
SIT A few d see restore the organs of generation.
,fie A few doseabrileg the-rose to the cheek.
Aar 'nig medicine restores to manly . vigor and intend
health the poor, debilitatednern.aown and despairing.
—The listless enervlited - youth, the over-tasked . man
or business, the victim of nervous depression, the Jodi
vidual suffering from general debility, or from weakness
of a single organ, will all find immediate and permanent
relief by the use of this •Filixir or Essence of Life.
jor ?rice $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by txpiess, on receipt of money, to any
BY GEORGE BERGNEIi
agi- THE CHEROKEE PILLS and REJUVENATING
ELIXIR are sold by all euterprising druggists in, the civil
ized world. Some unprincipled dealers, hoWever, try. to
sell worthless compounds.in place of these those Which
they can purchase tan clieap price, and make more mo
ney by selling than they can on these medicines. As you
value your health—.ay, the 'lcahn of your future off
sprisg—do not be deceived by such unprincipled -drug
gist..., ask for these medicines and take no ether: If thee
druggist will not buylhem for you, inclose the money in
a lett,r, and we will send' them to you by Express, se
curely settled and packed, free from observation.
Ladies or gentlemen can address •us .in perfect confi
dence, stating and plainly their diseases and symp
tom; as we treat all diseases of a chronic nature in male
or female. Patients need not hesitate becauto of ,their
inability to visit us, as we have treated patients anaemia.
fully in all portions of the civilized globe, by correspond
Patients addressing us will please state plainly all the
symptoms of their complaints, and write post office,
county, State, and name of writer, plain, and Inclose
postage stamp for reply.
We send our 32-page Pamphlet free to any address.—
Address all letters to the Proprietors
DR. W. It. MkRIVIN & CO.,
nols-deod-4m No. 63 Liberty street, New York.
THE LONG LOOKED FOR HAS cogE!
HEALTH AND HAPPEN - ELS TO THE HONS, AND. DAUGHTERS Or
AFFLICTION - •
SYRUP OF - ROOTS
BARKS AND HERBS,
FOR the cure of Coughs, Colds,Sorelliroat,
Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma, and - all similar corn
The object of this Medicine Is to soothe and ease the
cough; to dissOlve the congeitled phlegm- that adheres
and sticks to the throat, which excites haclOng, hawking,
and coughing, to relieve the irritation in the throat,
which is produced by catching cold .pn the slightest ex
poiure. It, expectorates the-diseased matter that has ac
cumulated in the Lanka which retards and: oppresses the
respiratory or breathing orginS, heals and nourishes the
lungs and bronchial tithes . •
This modicivagives tone to the ston*ch, it - Purifies and
circulates the blood,: Which causes oppression of the
chest and diffigulty in breathing.
Good No,toit for dfotheri and Children. .. Here is the
sufferer's balm keep it in your Mmily, sickness comes
as thief in the night, and youtchild Is suffocated by the
awful disease, Croup; or •sinallar. complaints. Hera is a
These Medic:angrier.) prepared and sold by ,
' • • SAMUEL COLLINS,
Indian Medicine Man, near the writer of Third street and
Strawberry alley. -
AlsO, for sale at the Drug Store of •
J. M. BOMGARDNEtc,'
Corner of Fourth and Market streets, Harrisburg.
All orders should be. addredsed to
,Dll. S. pOILLpig,
These Medicates are purely Vegetable. m4l?
A FEW MORE COPIES of the
RULES FOR REGULATING THE PRACTIG T E IN THE
SUPREME COURT AND ' COURTS OF THE
• TWELFTH JUDJOIAL DISTRICT OF •
Composed of Dauphin and Lebanon counties. Price
$3 50. For sale at Schaffer's Bookstore, Harrisburg, Pa.
Far salo at
PHEESE—Choiee- new crop Cheese, ju
vt„) rooolved .1311:1SLER &FRAZIER,
.1011 Stumembro to W. Oda; Jr.. k 00
VALENTL4 RAISINS, a new invoibe, at
nol FIBISIER & manna
ATIITS. —Almonds, Cream Nuts; Chestnuts,
Eugliitt Wanes, Filbpitts:and :Walnuts, at
decl2-dtf JOHN WISE'S.
NEW . GAItIE FOR: .CHILLEEN•
/MAME OF SOLITAIRE, togithei with an
I.A assortment of other Games, at Scheffer's Bookstor
21 South Second street. Harrisburg . Pa. oc
VITRA FAMILY FLOUR and COB
12/ MEAL stasis OP bead, of the best quality at •
IS , ~:soriay&: soriay& -K94nie.
TmAtii KETSUP, by the gallon, quart 01
pint, just received at Wit M GRAY
Tower tuldLOChmal.'S old stood, ladllOotoqua r )
EGasl2.D,Ait,gend let o f Apples and .;
- _ _ JOHN
'1240- A. Third and:W.444,"
. _ .
LAAGFAT and beatrielOation of Geo
ceries is ate city, to be had at
CIAXM FillArt4—Petteteo, DigeklaiVel
ILA Tomatoes rat OW'S:dal JOHN WWI%
IrS . lON
IiA.RRISIjURG, PA.. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER' 31, 1864
— Dyspepsia has the following Sympionts:
/at: A constant pain or, uneasiness : , at the
pit of the Stomach.
2d. Flatulence and Acidfty.
3d. CestiVenesaandMoss of Appetite.
4th. Gloom:and DipiessiOn of Spirits.
6th. Diarrhima, with.latiping,„ ,
6th. Pain in all parts of - the'System.
7th. ConeuriiPtive Symptoms. and 'Pal pita
thin of the Heart. -
Bth. Cough, with Phlegm in the Throat.
I 9th. Nervous Affection, and want of Sleep
et night. ,
oth. toss ot Appetite•and
11th. DIZZM(3O6; Din:limps of 'Vision, and
Moss of sight.
12th. , Headache and Staggering in walking,
iritlf great weakness.
Out of the thousands of- oases of 'Dyspepsia
that' have'used Dr, Wishart's Great American
Dyspepsia Pills, not one of them has' failed
of a perfect cure. We gaffer - it lenre in every
'case, no matter iof twitityyears' standing.
;Sold by all druggists everywhere, and at Dr.
Wishart's. office, No. 10 N. Second street,
iPhiladelPhia, Pa. All examinations and con
saltiftiond free of charge. Send for a circu
lar.' Price $1 per box. Sent, by mail, free ;of
charge, en receipt of money.
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPRPSIA,t ,DYspr,psiA,
BitAirsos, of - Brandywine,
Del., 'formerly of Old,Chester, Del:; do certify
that, for one year and Shalt I suffered every-
Ithing but death from that-awful diSease
Dyspepsia. whole System was prostrated 1 1
.with weakness and nervous debility; I could
not digest my food; if ate even a cracker or
the araidlest amountlof',..foodi it would 'return'
!just as I swallowed it; .I became so costive in
[my bowels that I would - not passage-inhale?
less than from four and often eight days'; un
der this immense suffering, my mind seemed
entirely to give way.. I,hada.dreadfal horror
and evil forebodings.:,. thought everybody
hated me, and I hated eVerybOdY; I could not
bear my husband nor myown children, every
thing appeared to be horror-stricken to me;
I had no ambition to do.anything; , I lost all
my love of family artdditerie;. I would ramble
and wander from place to place, but could not
be contented; I .felt :that I was doomed to
hell, and that there was no.. heaven for me,
and: was often tempted- to commit .suicide,
so near was my whole nervous system de=
stroyed, and also.my mind from that awful
oomplaint, Dyspepsia, that my friends thought
best to have me placed in Dr Kirkbride's
hospital, West' Philadelphia; I remained
there nine weeks, and thought I was a little
better, brit in a few dayanny dreadful born-!
plaint was ra,ging as badlas ever. +Hearing of
the wonderful. Cures perfornied• by Dr: Wis.f
, hart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
his , treatment for Dyspepsia, my husband
called on Dr._,Wiiihart and elated my case to
him. He said he had r no,doubt lie could cure
me. So in three days after I called and place&
myself under the Dootor's treatment, and in
two weeks I, began to digest my food,and felt'
that my disease was fast siving.,
continued to recover fornbent three months,'
and at the present time I enjoyperfect•health
of body and mind,-andl , most sincerely return
my thanks to a merciful . God and. •Dr. Wis.'
hart, and to his great American Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine 'Tree Tar Cordial that saved me
from an Insane Afiylum and premature grave.
All persons suffering with ,Dyspepsia are at
liberty to call on use or write, as I am willing
to do -all the- good—l•ean...for -suffering -hu
manity. FALIZARE t TIiI BRANSON,
Brandywine, Det", formerly of Old Chester,
Delaware county, Pa.
Da. Wisiunr's Office, No. 10 North Second
street, Philadelphia. ,
Da:WISHAST—I , have • been a .. .constant , ' snifferer with
Dyspepsia for the last eighteen: years, during. which time.
I oannot.say•JAver enjoyed &perfectly mell.slay... .There
wore times when the symptoms were more aggravated
than*, otheri,bind then it ISOieed it would he'g great re
lief to die. I had at all times an unplemant.feeling in my
head, but latterly my sufferings go much increased that
I became almoit unfit for business•of any: kind in mind:
was continually filled with gloomy thongifte• and , foie-
bedtime, and if I attempted ter change Ahem current by
reading, St once 'sbetistion Of icy coldness in connection
with a ; dead weight, as it were, rested upon my brain ,•
awe, feeling Of sickness would °emir at. the stomach," and
greet pain to my eyes, accompanied with which wee the
continual fear of losing my reason.. I also experienced
great lassitude, debility and:nersonenees, which made it
difficult to walk by day or sleep at night. I became,
averse to • society and disposed only seclusionimtd
hairingiried . the skill of a number of eminent physicians
of darioni3 School's; finally &the tO theetinclasion:that,.for
this dileaSOat my present age (45 years) thdrd was no dare
In existence. But, through the interference 'of Divine
Providence, to whom I devoutly offer my thanks, I at last
found a sovereign remedy in, your Dyspepsia Pills and
Tar cordial, which seem to have, effectually removed al
most thilest trace of my long list Of .ailments and bad
feelings, and la their place health, pleasure and content
meat are my everyday companions. .
JAHES It sArivssits,
_ Ne. 461 North 310=d - street, Philadelphia,
Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr. Wisbait's Office No. 30 North Secend street, Phila
POSITIVE CURE FOR ..DttiFEFRA:
iri..mauer 40.11 r .mutOOOmBAYS.,
N5:1.'1028 , 01.1 , 1E ISTMIST,
Philadelphia, January 22d, 1803>
Da. 'Otsatarr—Sim—lt is with much pleasure that I
am now able to inform you that, by, the use of your great
American Dyspepsia. Pills, I. - haveheen entirely cured of
that most distressing complaint, Dyspepsia; bad been
grieviously afflicted - for the Jest twenty-eight years, and
for ten yearaef ttiat time nave not' been free from! its
path one week at a time. I have had9t inita worst farm
and have dragged on a mostmMeiable existence—in pain,
day and night. Every kind of food that I ate filled me
with wind and pain, it mattered' not how light, or how
small the quantity . A continued belching was mire to
follow I had nisappotitn ter ank , kiedi meats what,
ever and my distrors was so great several Months be
fore I hoard of your PillC, that IcTrequently Wished for
death. I had taken everything that I' had heard of for
Dyspepsia, without receiving any benefit; -but on your
Pills being recommended to me by one who hid been
cured by them, I concluded to give themlit trial, although
I had no faith in them. To my astonishment, I found
myself getting better before I had taken one-fourth of a
box, and after taking half a box, lam a well man,
can eat anything I wish, and 'enjoy a hearty meal three
times a day without Inconvenience from anything I eat
or drink. le you think proper, - you are at liberty to make
this public and refer to me:. 14111 cheerfully give all de.
'treble inforination to any one Who May call on me
Yowl; reePectfhllY, JOHN IL BABOOCH.
For tale at Dr. Wisiaarles Medical Depot, No: 10 Death
Second street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price One Dollar per
box. Sent by maul free of charge, on receipt of price.
DYS-PEPSIA I DYSPEPSIA!
s a meem , Haven i have been a great -su ff erer with
Ohmic Dyspepsia and Inflitaimatien - of Die 'Kidney's for
three years employed three otrour of 'the most, emi
nentphysielanspf Philadelph* also of Darlington county .
N. y. `'They' did all for sae they could, but all to no pur
pose. -I was constantly tilled with awfhi pale and dis
tress,und with condign belching of wind and sour acid.
to was .eotreredwith ,s ‘13,1* eeilrpper: pelvis
untirit cranked la lajgo'l furrowa, "end wend leattully
morel ' Ohl I °Mites wish - ltd. - foe deithlo tfaUfaivmsaj
my gaming; for I had lust all hope of everflivniu
again'... :tannic its Subject of prayer to God that he
would - - direct Whin: some amanita.. or m anotow,
would mire me. I - was told - to - read - an - advertisement - of
Dr. Wlswir l s in the t heedelphie zeleo:aff Wrest cure
' ninule xigna4lr. 4ohnladvor,44, of 102 S Olive Watt,' Phi
401ittilit;Srial4WICan psis t
14) 0,0A00 1 4 a Qin* Igia.t*eli 4011144,11de*
-NOW A4O 1) EV ER ."
Meat, and told if he failed to mire m . e, it would bethe
(aSt'ellbrt I Would Make. It has been ink weekisitice I
eotomenced the useof his medicins, and I inn now a well
inse,,fr . go [min all pain and distress, and can eat three
hearty meals a day with: comfort, and feel perfectly well.
brr WlSliart, I Want you to publish 'my cage, as I Want.
every pook.dyspontlesuffering as I vies, Mean on me and
I 411klellitherni of the,:graat. cure r.bave received from
your Invaluable medic,in,e; , . SAMUEL D. HAVEN.'
Corner Venango, and Lambert streets near Richmond
Street, formerly- front Wrightstown, Burlington county,
The above are a few among the thattsands which this
treat regnedy has saved from alt,tmthitcly grave.
We havehhetimadh orlettersMilll PAYgicianEllx l 4
istg,whoo have; presMiliediand: split Cie Tar Cordial , saying'
that thephitth never died or sold a medical which gave
Stich univertad aatistactiMi.
Prepared only by the proprietor,
L. Q. C. WISHART,
NO: 10 North Second 'street, Philadelphia, Pa
Sold by DruggislS,everysFbere , BmtylB.eocl-d&w
W AI) V ERT.ISEMEN TS.
TEAM WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, touch
lag at lIREENSTOWN (4.:Ordr.-draaßort.) The wel
flownn steamers of the Liverpool, New York ant Phila
lphia Steamship Company, (Inman Line), cam. ing the
11. S. Mails, are intended to sail as follows :
..... : . December 17.
. . - January .24.-
(k_ral every succeeding Saturday, at noon, from Pier 94,
North Miser.. • - .
. ... . . .
1 Payable in Gold or its EqUiealent in Currency.
FIRST CABIN, $BO 00 sTEEKAGE, $BO 00
. do - to London, .: 86 00 ,:o to Londoi, 34 00
do- to Patti, — -•%95 (0 do' lo Paris; 40 00
!do to HamburN 90 00 do to Hamburg, 87 00
• passengers also forwarded ip Havre, Br men, Ratter
amt Antwerp, &CI, tit, etiiiiallydow rates. • •
Fares from Liverpool or :Queenstown: Ist Cabin, $75,
85, $lO5. Steerage $3O. Those who wish to send for
heir friends gin Miyitteketo here at these rates. . - -
For further information apply at the Company's
Offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent,
oel4. ! .. _ - 15. Broadway, N. Y. .
INV - HEILZA.S t the Honorable JOIIEN J. Pnan-
I . sox President of tue Court of Common Pleas in
thelwelfth Judicial District, consisting of the counties of 1
Ihibanon and Dauphin, and ',the :Honorable SAMUEL ',ANNIE
and Honorable Mosin Yeouria; Associate - Judges in Dan=
`Min county, having issued their precept, bearing date the
Bth day of- December 1864'thimedirected, for holding a
:ionr tof Qyer and-Terminer and General Jail Delivery and .
Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Harrisburg, for the county
lir Dauphin, and to commence on IDE MONDAY OF JANO
itRY mar, beink the 16th' day of January , 1865, end to
continue . twoyreeks.
'MAWS is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Justices
of the Teace,'Aidermen and Constables of the said county
if Dauphin, that they be then and &hero in their proper
persons, , at 101 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with
their records, inquisitions, eicaminations, and their own
irenionihrfincen, to dO those Ihingi which to their cane
111 1 Pertairi 8. to be' done; and those who are bound in recog
nizances to prosecute against the prisones that are- or
hall bG Vie Jail of Dauphin bOafiliti be then and there
o prosecute- against them as shall bo just &
t 'Given under toy hand, at:Harrisburg, the 10th day of
DOcotaber, in the year of our lord, 1864, and in the eighty
ninth:Year of the indepondenors of the United States.
W. W. JENNINGS, Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Dre 19, 1864.
L TOYS; TOYS; TOYS,
- F E. 5.331 0 L A Y
A large and One assortment, consisting of
Chink ten sets, &c., Wooden tea nets, -
flidna baskets, Crying dolls.
Vases, , Boxes of game,
trumpets, - Paint boxes '
lloving.boys, ' Dressed dolls, •
iiTtioly abeep," Doll beads-
Fetches, ' . Guns and swords,
ptables, ' Furniture,
01es.agerits; . 'Animals on wheels
prace hoops, Kitchen joensils,
rtsmmen, - -Cavalry, . -
Rees/pins, Railway, -
!Maglc lanterns, Poultry yards,
theep folds, Ten-pins,
;Box Noah "ark,
i • &c., &c., • &c.; &c .
Also, a large and fine asoortment of sugar toys, land rents
common candies. - •
Also, always on hand such as foreign and domestic fruit
in season, all kinds of nuts, dried fruits. wiles and crack
;ere, teas, spices and coffeejelliesnrid canned fruits, rais
aria, entrants, citrons, prunes, - &c., wholesale and retail at
the etore of JOHN WISE,
nolo . ' Third and Walnut.
B I[EHL_E_R - • NOUS E,
The undersigned, having lately purchased
;property, has already commenced such alter
atiOns and improvements:as will render this
;OLD AND POPULAR HOUSE
equal, if not, supeOor, .to any Hotel in the
'city of Harrisburg. GEO. J. BOLTON.
• • GEO. W."MicCALLA
No. 38 Market Street, Opposite the Jones Souse,
AAS just received a large assortment of
Jewelry, &c., suitable for Holiday Presents, and
invites the public to give him a calL Select your present
while the assortment iefulL decs-dim
H. C. ORTH,
Teacher of the Piano, Melodeon, Violin
No. lfi, Tin STIOICT, BELOW biLltSitr.
G M BALLS.
Bat Balls, •
Musical Baits, •
Fancy Ribbed Ball
A fall assortment at BERGNER'S Bciokstore.
19/UOKIVICEAT FLOUR.—A fresh supply
I, of Towauda, Buckwheat, fresh ground Coru Meal,
extra family Flour, hy, the bbl. or bag, every package
warranted and delivered to all parts of the city freo of
cbargo, at - BOYBR & IIBBPER 2 S.
CATAWBA GRAPES .—A new lot of fine
Catawba Gropes, by the box or pound, just received
at ...WM. M. GBAY CO.,
(Houser and Loehman's old stand, Market square.
IDUIt VALIJABLE HOUSES, located in
different parts of the city. •Forparticulars enquire
at the Cheap Grocery Store, corner of Third and Chestnut.
5 TONS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, of a sups
rier quality, just received from the Wyoming Valley
andlor ado in any quantity at
' nol4 ' SHISLER &FRAZER'S.
t ß i BLS.
es, bo of s. p p f p l . :te , Apples, good zarie
deo; iiovaa ,kKEeRPER,S.
QUEENS and GLASSWARE, a well af .
faded eseortment,"just; received, of the latest etyl49
.- ~ -ROYER & KOERPIUt
•. - .
IDt inETS I.BASKETS !--A veiy lane and
vejl selected stock of all kinds of-Willow and Cedar
gate; market," traveling and clothes Baskets, at
"'deelf • • : BOYER dcELERPER,s.
J•UST RECEIVED,; & fi ne lot of Pickles and
,or Att jmnitio,at. :[dealt-A617 JOHN *MLA .
PRICE THREE -,ENTS
From the 201st Regiment.
01.31 P SLOUGI4 -
ALP4iND.III.A.; Va., Dec. 28, 1884. I
EDITOR TELEGRAPH—De2i*A97:77—The weather
has been extremely mild since .ChristniaS eve,t
but there is every indication of a storm at
this writing, which' change would be gladly
hailed by everybody around here, in anticipa
tion of the drying up of the everlasting mud
which has reigned, interrupted, for the past
five days. Mud is king iu this section of
Dixie, as we of the 201akeil know, from sad
experience. • .
paid a second visit to the hospitable resi
dence of Mr. Lewis, the Superintendent of
the Water-works, and spent an hour or two
pleasantly, and with profit, in company with
his intelligent and delightful family.
The guard stationed at the reservoir and
around kr. LeVis' piemises, is in charge of
Corporal E. J. Mills;: and privates Lorenzo
D. _Rainier, Samuel Shreadly, John :Roberts
and George Shultze. These men are greatly at
tached to Mr. Lewis' fartiily, and receive many
favors at their hands. ' '
Among the many articles of int9rest in Mr.
Lewis' cabinet of curiosity, we were shown a
Stall mallet, beautilully ornamented with,
silver—engraved on one end were the words:
'Presented to Andrew Jackson Lodge, No.
120, Alexandria, Va.!' On the reverse end
the wordi: "Cedar cut on Mount Lebanon,
Septembe,'2oth, 1859, by Brother George W.
Kitabb, U. S.. Navy." The 'handle is also
tastily ornamented with silver, and on the end
has the following inscription: 'Handle cut at
Mount Vernon, 1 a." It is also of red cedar,
and was cut by Mr. Knabb, a gentleman well
known to the Masonic. Order, and native of
Washington's poker was next shown us,
and its antique appearance satisfied us at once
that it was one or. the identiCal implements
Of the great man who was kvont to handle at
Mt. Vernon. The poker in question, and the
old pair of bellows were purchased by a Mr.
A.shiord, a personal friend of Mr. L's, at the
sale of Washington's effects, at Mt. Vernon,
atter his death. The bellows Mr. Ashford
presented to the Patent Office, Washington,
and the poker to his old iriend Lewis.' -
A pair of canes were next ehown us—one of
thew a very heavy affair, wrought out of a
piece of live oak from one of the timbers of
the old frigate Ironsides and highly valued
by Mr. L., presented to Lim by a Mr. Steven
son, of Richmond, Virginia. The other cane
is of black ebony, ornamented with an inge
niously designed head of ivory, representig
a hand with the head of a serpent in its grasp
—its folds twined around the wrist, while the
head of solid silver protrudes from between
the thumb and,finger of the right hand. The
serpent is perfectly harmless, Mr. L. says, it
being a silver-head species—not a venomous
copperhead! The head of the walking-stick
is alone worth $4O. This superb cane was
presented to our friend by Dr. Hodges, of
Itichmond—he having brought the material
We were next . shown au Old file of a tri
weekly paper, published in Alexandria, 1795,
and in its columns may be , found advertise
ments dated and dictated by General Wash
ington. It is styled "Ihe Columbian Mirror.
and Alguandria Gale*, published tri-weekly
by Ellis• Price, at the east end of the Market
House." The first number in the file is dated
"Thursday, March 12, 1795."
Mr. Lewis is a genuine specimenof the Vir
ginia well-bred gentlennm. His home has all
the comforts and conveniences of life around
it. A. door from the reception room was thrown
open, exhibiting a neat green -house, containing
many rare and beautiful plants—many in full
bloom—together with several. cages of lively
canaries suspended from the roof, and -a cage
containing a bevy of plump quail, placed con
venient to the door.
We could sit for hours and listen to the ex
haustless fund of information which this ex-
traordinafy man posseses. Before bidding
"good-day to'the family, we were treated
with specimens of choice music, (from a
piano of splendid manufacture by some
Baltimore manufacturer,) at the hands of
'Master Francis Lewis, a young gentle
man posselsing musical abilities of no mean
order. The vocal accompaniments of the
"Linkum Gunboats" and "Charming Sallie"
wire excellent—and a-piece entitled "Milwau
kee Light Guard Quickstep" was superbly ex
ecuted. The Lewis family are greatly esteem
ed by the soldiers visiting there, for their
'proverbial kindness and good treatment to
Another detail from the regiment for the
purpose of chaperoning a batch of non combat
anis—deserters, jumpers, &c., to City Point.
The guard is in .command of Lieutenant
Carson, of company B, and consists of the
Gminpany A—Private George Foreman.
Company B—Lieut. Carson, Private • David
Company C —Albert J. Hawley.
Company D—Michael Mark,SaralHickum,
Company H--Corporal Garverich, Privates
Couples and Hawke.
Company I—Privates G. W. Crist, Jackson
Humes and Thonias J. Richards.
Company K—Privates John Twitt, John
'Waltz and Thos. Woodall.
The mon started from the Government
wharf, yesterday afternoon, and are to deliver
the men in charge at the Jerusalem Plank
Road, City Point; from thence they will be
sent front. The boys that were on a former
expedition, a week ago, were pleased with the
trip, and expressed themselves delighted.
They saw many sunken rebel steamers, several
rams, and other craft of the • rebel navy, and
mould plainly see Howlett's (rebel) battery
shelling the workmen engagett,at
. the Dutch
Gap canal. -
In a former letter I erroneously named one
of the drummer corps Entiok. It should read
Embich, of Middletown, and in my last letter
the name of Levi Garverich appeared for Elects
Garverich, Esq.,a well known citizen of Sus
Among the arrivals direct from Elarrisburg ,
to-day, are Mrs. Matthias Hutanan Mrs .
, Thomas J. Richards and Mrs. Sergeant , D
Theriver is still closed. All well at pre.
sent. Yours, truly, _ • A. H. B.
Arrival of the Remains of Min
NEW Yorac, Dec. 30.
The steamer Lafayette., from Havre on the
14th, has arrived. She brings home the re
mains of Mr. Dayton, late Minister at Paris.
ADVERTEGING RATER—GALLY TELEGRAPH
Tie•fhlkiiaing are the rata for advertising in the Tins
,Thosr having advertising to do will Gnd it con
k, enient tot reference:
far Four lines or Une-hati square.
Eighttines, or more tiu:o four, i;ousrittite a square.
FOR A ZILLF SORADR - i ,rtpt ONE AQUA Hal,
One day.....'. .. ..$. 30 1 tme 4loq ... ....$ 60
Two days..... . .... 60 I Two daps... .. .... 100
Three days 75 • Throe days 1 26
One week . . ..._ . 125 One' week ........... 226
Doe month . 300 -One month - 600
Two iiiwiths. - -- - 4 50 I Two months 9 CO
Three months - 560 I Three.
e months .1.1 00
Six Months .. 8 00 I
Six months - 15 00
One year • 15 00 One year 25 00
- A.drnMistration Notices 2 75
etal Notices, each insertion ' 50
Arit,_-Bustness notices inserted in the !L ocal -Colman, or
before bf.ernager, and Deaths, Mawr Czyra LiN - r. for
FROM NEW OR LE
"'W . EXPEDITION-RETURN OF GENFII T DAVI-
'IN-REBEL PROPERTY DESTROYED
CAIRO, Dec. 28.
, The steaver Carter, from New Orleans on
the 21st iissqnt, has arrived here.
Cotton was -ery dull at New Orleans, move
ments being ch.cked by the increasing di - M.-
0111 y of procurizq exchange. Sugar, bolas.
4es and flower were lower, the market being
overstocked with this° articles.
Business was reviving at Morganzia, under
Ole judicious management of General Cll
I An expedition left Morganzia to co-operate
in movements on the Atchafalaya river, but
owing to bad weather and high water, not
Much was effected.
Another expedition under Colonel Spiely
went to Ricoine.
Acting Master Thatcher destroyed much
tropeity and captured a large number of hor
ses and cattle.
Our forces sustained no loss, except the
eapture of Lieutenant Whitney.
General Davison's expedition had returned,
After successfully accomplishing their object.
They traveled through one hundred miles in
tifteen days, burnt fifteen bridges and a num
ber of miles of railroad, and destroyed enor
mous quantities of property.
The raid was " one of the most brilliant of
the war, and resulted in drawing some of
Wheeler's forces from Tennessee, Taylor's
forces from Meriden, and Beanregard to Mer-
Theigursuit of Hood.
NASTINILLV., DEc. 29
The statement that Hood had crossed the
liver is. doubtless untrue. The very latest
news from the front is that yesterday while
Thomas was pressing Hood on the river bank,
lie Was trying to lay his pontoons, but could
not make any'progress, as our gun-boats were
Shelling his working parties.
with a large
force on the 24th, and is also threatening
Hood. . •
There is a rumor this morning that Thomas
has attacked, rowed and captured most of
Hood's fragmentary army, but it needs confir
From Cairo and Memphis.
CA4Io, Dec. 29.
The steamer Marble City brings Memphis
advices of last evening.
General Dana has issued an order regu
lating and restricting transiketions in cotton
within his department. All parties procuring
or purchasing permits from the purchasing
agent of the Treasury Department, are re
quired to give satisfactory evidence of their
loyalty, and all circumstances connected with
the raising, removal, transfer, etc., of the pro
duct. The order reflects on the great latitude
heretofore extendee to persons in procuring
General J. W. Haines, of this city, has ac-
Cepted the appointment of Adjutant General
Gen. Illeade's Sword.
FIIIIADELPILIA, Deo. 30
The sword prepared under an ordinance of
the City Council, for presentation to Majgy
General George (5-. Meade, for his. gallant de
fence of Pennsylvanis soil, was delivered at
the house of the General yesterday, by Mayor
Henry. General Meade being in front of Pe
tersburg. the Mayor addressed to him an ap
propriate letter, informing him that the sword
had been left at his house.
SAN. FRANCLSCO, Dec. 29
Sixty thousand dollars in silver bars have
been received from Idaho. This is the first
shipment from the new silver mines in South
western Idaho, which promise to rival those
Sherman's success excites profound satis
faction. The rainy season continues.
TIME ASE IIF THE NERVOUS, SEMIN
AL, URINARY AND SEXIJAI, SY TENS—new And
d.vhable tre..tment—in Repotta of the HOWARD ASSOCI
ATIOv—sent by wail hi sealed letter envelopes, flee or•
charge. Address, Dr. J. SR LLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard .Association, No. 2 South Ninth sheet. Phila
delphia, Pa. den27-d3Ol
910ILLAIG CATSUP—By the gallon, quart
and pint, ja.t received at
WM. Si GRAY & Co.,
(Ho nor & Lockman's old stand, Market Square.)
ALARGE TWO-STORY BRICK. HOUSE
for sale. POSSeSSiOII given on the Ist ApriL—
Apply to JOHN L. LINGLE,
dec27 lm* Corner of 2d and Mulberry streets.
BUTTER AND EGGS always onGRAY hand Co., at
M. & W
(Uouser & Lachman's old stand, Market Spare.)
etOOOANIITS! COCOA TITS!
! just re
ceived at WSJ M. GRAY &
(Houser Ss Lochman's old stand, Market square.)
A NEW SUPPLY of FRESH SMORE.I.
RAMS, just received this morning, at
SHISLER & FRAZER
Succosteors to W. Doak. Jr., k Co
ViES 308BD:ilia ol e sea
l:VA.. Seri, in half barrels and k l ilts, just receivetd h
SIEEISLEIt in FRAZER,
Successors to W. Dock, Jr.. & Co
In can, just received all for sale by
SRLSLER & FRAZER,
(successor to W. Dock & Coa
SHARER CORN, NEW HOMINY, Beans,
Dried Peacbeaand Apples and Blackberries, Currants
and Raisins, Sa, ace, just received at
decl.7 BOYER & IERPER'S
FRESII. ORAOKERI3.—Boston Wine Bie-
Gaits, Boston Milk Biscuits, Boston Butter Bis
cuits, Boston oyster Crackers, Boston Pie-tdc Crackers,
Trenton Butler Crekers, just received at
ivi a ROVER k trnERPMR
CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE.—Six lots front
ing on Second stre, t, and extending back to Penn
street 140 feet, for sale Lt SSSO earn.
dec26-dlw DA.v ID MUMMA.
AFRESH. LOT OF LEMONS just re
cared at. WIC M. GRAY
(liousor &I.ochmozeo old stand, Market squaref
YANKEE JUMPERS, WHEELBAEROWs
and ohl'dren's Wagons, bought expressly 10 meet
the present demands, at EO - nR & ICOERYER'S.
ATEW CURRENCY .HOLDER at
4,1 nog! smarms Book Store.