Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, October 17, 1863, Image 4

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    AGRICULTURE.
TH HAMBURG FOWL.
'the Hamburg fowl is a very useful and im
portant denizen of our poultry yard. The
hens lay nearly every day until the moulting
reason ; hence they obtained the name of
" everlasting layers," but they very seldom
sit. This is in all probability owing to their
confined condition in this country ; for it is
said that when these birds have a free wood
land range, they frequently set to the task of
incubation with as much diligence as other
fowls. Of this fowl we have three varieties.
The first is the Penciled Hamburg, which is
of two colors—golden and silver—and is very
minutely marked. The hens of both should
Nave the body clearly penciled across with
several bars of black, and the hackle in both
sexes should be perfectly free from dark marks.
The cocks do not exhibit the pencilings, but
are white or brown in the golden or silver
birds respectively. Their form is compact,
and their attitudes graceful and upright. In
addition to their common appointive% they
are also known in different parts of England
as Chitteprates, Creoles or Eorals, Bolton
_Bays and Greys, and in some parts of York
shire by the wrong name of Corsican Fowls.
They are imported in large numbers from Hol
land, but those bred in this country are greatly
superior.
Of the Speckled or Spangled Hamburg,
which is a favorite breed with many persons,
there are two kinds—the golden-spangled and
the silver-spangled. The general color of the
former is golden or orange yellow, each feather
having a glossy dark-brown or black tip, par
tici:la-4y remarkable on the hackles of the
cock• and the wing coverts, and also on the
darker feathers of the breast. The female is
yellow or orange brown, the feathers in like
manner being margined with black. The
silver-spangled variety is distinguished by the
ground color of the plumage being of a silver
white with perhaps a tinge of straw-yellow,
every feather being margined with glossy black.
Both of these varieties are extremely beautiful,
.the hens laying freely.
third variety is the Black Hamburg, the
Omega of which is a beautiful black, with
metallic lustre. It possesses the two-fold ad
vantage of being a noble looking bird and ex
ceedingly good layer. On the whole, the Ham
bn_vgitt. a capital fowl, and one which is de
servedly vain.ed.
I quite agree with Bally in stating the pen
ciled Hambargs should be : Cocks—Double
comb, full of points, ending in a large one at
the end turned up, no hollow in the centre of
it; white deaf ear; ample tail, foundation
color black, but the sickle feathers silvered at
the edge; with Lody, save sometimes a little
spottinglowards the binder parts or a cheat
nut patch on the wing; taper blue legs; very
cheerful carriage. Size and weight are not
essential.
Hens—Double combs, firmly fund on the
head, not inclining to either side; body accu
xotely penciled, each feather being distinctly
marked; ample tail; tapes blue legs; very
cheerful carriage. Size and weight are not
essential. Gold, same as silver, altering one
color for the Other_
spangled Hamburge s—Cooks—Very large
but not disproportioned combs, full of points,
the larger at the extremity pointing upwards ;
dark rim round the eye; slate-colored legs ;
riorided hackle and saddle ; perfectly laced
wing; ample tail, with sickle feather; proud
upright carriage. Hens—Firmly set double
scisb ; slate-colored legs; clearly laced wing,
with black; dark rim round the eyes; span
gled body, neither laced nor penciled ; clouded
hackle ; ample tail, tipped with black.—Scot
ii.th Farin.cr.
FEEDING MEAL TO STOCK.
Dozbtless many of your readers have had
longer experience in feeding meal, and per
haps know as economical and effectual manner
of feeding it as the subscriber. I believe there
are a few, at least, of your patrons, like many
farmers whom I know, who feed from four Co
eight quarts of meal a day to one beef creature,
ti l they feed from seven to ten cwt. of meal
to one beef, and who never slaughter an ordi
nary sized beef that yields upwards of forty
pounds of rough tallow. These farmers feed
their meal dry. This is a great waste. My
practice in fattening beef and swine, as well
as feeding cows for milk, has been to pour boil
ing water en as much meal as would not make
the animal's bowels move too freely, at night
and morning ; when the mush is cool, give it
to the cow or pig. In covering the meal with
belling water in this way, the starch of the
grain is dissolved, and the latent nutritive pro
perties extracted, and the animal receives the
entire nutriment of the grain.
I calculate stock do not, in eating dry meal,
receive more than one-half of the goodness of
the meal. There is not action enough in mas
tication, or heat sufficient in the stomach of
the animal, to extract and receive the entire
and real sweetness of the grain. Had I roots
I should feed them to my fattening beef. But
not having any, I feed only meal and hay, and
I have fattened two ordinary sized cows, two
years past, and to which I only fed three cwt.
of meal each, and they each yielded upwards
of forty pounds of rough tallow. Once a week
I throw into the mush a little salt, and occa
sionally a, table-spoonful of good ashes. My
experience teaches me that one cwt. of meal
as described above, is equal to two cwt. fed
dry. Try it, young farmer, and see if yop
cannot endorse this.
A PORTABLE SHEEP RACK.
sheep farmer of Columbia county, Ohio,
who has tried several kinds of racks, gives the
following description of one, which prevents
tmewiing„ is in every way satisfactory, and oe
simple that any farmer can make one. It con
sists of four posts, three feet long, and, if
made of three by three scantling, will be heavy
cnough. t Two bottom boards, one inch thick
and ten or twelve wide, and two for the top,
one inch thick and five or six wide. These
boards are placed horizontally for the sides of
the rack, and similar boards, two feet long, are
nailed to the posts at each end. The rack may
he about twelve feet long, and two feet is a
very suitable width. Upon these horizontal
hoards are nailed uprights, six inches wide,
and placed six inches apart. This makes a
cheap, portable rack, whioh we like in every
inspect —N E. Farina:
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NEW MUSA U..
" Mill I Loved M 1 .," «Treasures of the Heart,” and
"Childhood Days,” three new and beautiful longs, by
1.8. Cox.
“Oar Country sad Flag,” a new and beautiful song,
'ith highly colored Vt 39 pap a by Cialvtr i sr, 9141948
'the latest receipts of new music by W. KNOW'S, where
can be found at all times s fall assortment of Drums,
fifes, and all kinds of musical instruments.
ilemember the place, No. 93 Market street. y 9
ACKE BEL!
2L&CULOREL, Noe. 1, 2 sad 3. in all sized packages—
"ninrf and oock Facients wayrootal. Joist TOOOfrid
kw solo low by IVY. BOWL Jr., & do
IIOSTON CRACKERI3.-A A
'RCM
=ma of them delicbms =Wier. just ruse4ved
and far nee by WK. DOCK, & CO
MINCE PIES, Raisins, c urran t s , ci t .
roes, Spices, jest recalled sad for sale iow. by
ADAM H.DLLItt,
Corner of Front and Market ets.
eel 8
WHITE BRANDY I Paziajsy-
Tv Puzioura.—& -oary superior article, (stvasiv
persepjlart received aad for sale by
PAY/ U. DOCK. Jr.. &
°BOSSE & BLACKWELL's CHOW
CROW, Piceal9lli, Can Mower, for We. by
• INA Klllgueß. JR ,
Corner of Prost anA Mat t
*49
Atts.—Oil of Air, Bo walanted
geoldise, for sale only i v
ADAM EMAIL
got 8 Corner of /rout sod Market rte.
illistellantous.
JUST RECEIVED/
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMEN
OF }INN
STEEL ENGRAVINGS !
PRINTS, AND HEADS,
AN D
SCENES, ADAPTED FOR GRECIAN
OIL PAINTLNGS, AT
Wm. Knoche's Musk Store.
No. 93 Millet street. Harrisburg,
m ORTON ' S UNRIVALLED GOLD
.11.1 PEN.-PIRST QUALITY WARRANTED_
.NONE BETTER IN THE WHOLE WORLD
A GREAT LUXURY!
PINIONS in want of a superior and really good GOLD
rim will find with me a large assortment to select from,
and have the privilege to exchange the Pens until their
hand is perfectly suited. And if by fair means the Dia
mond points break off during twelve mouths, the pur
chaser shall have the privilege to select a new one,
without any charge.
I have very good Gold Pens, made by Mr. Morton, not
warranted in strong silver-plated cases, for $1,;1.26,
UM. $2.00
Por sale at SCHEPPEIVEI BOONZTOPP,
No. 18 Market Street, Harrisburg, Ps.
CRAII,TEIt 4AK •
FAMILY FLOUR!
lINEICELLED BY ANY IN THE U. STATES
AND SITPEEIOR TO ANY
1 0 AL. I\T CI "Yr $R A. iv• nsig
OFFERED IN PENNSYLVANIA!
IT IS MADE OE
CHOICE MISSOURI WHITE WHEAT.
11' Delivered any place in the city fret of charge.
Dross cask on delizwy.
030 WM. DOCK, 7f1., k CO.
MUSIC STORE!
N 0.98 MARKET STREET, HARRUSErEG, PA,
MEET MUSIC, PIANOS,
MELODEONS, GUITARS,
VIOLINS, BANJO STRINGS,
Of every description.
DRUM, YESES, ELMS, ACCORDIONS, eta., at
the lowest CITY PRICES, at
W. KNOCHE'S MUSIC STORE,
No. 98 Hams Sem,.
pp T. BABBITT'S Concentrated, Con
-11,4 densed, or Pulverised Soft Soap. Three gallons
bpdammo wlal4 soft soap made in five minutes. No
grease required.
DIRZOTIONS :—Dissolve one pound of the soap in one
gallon boiling water, then add two gallons warm, when
mad you will have three gallons HANDSO3III WHITN
Sore Hoes_ Ten omens will make one barrel of soft'
soap. The soap thus made is an excellent wash for
trees, shrubs and plants of all kinds. For sale' by
m y2S- WM. DOCK, jr & CO.
BASKETS!
LAMES TRAVELING,
MARKET,
BBHOOL,
PAPER,
KNIPE,
CLOTHES,
ROUND,
CHILDREN'S,
cA-01
Fox sale low, by
jel2
MESSRS. CHICKERING & CO.
HAVE AGAIN OBTAINED THE
GOLD MEDAL!
AT THE
MECHANICS' FAIR. BOSTON,
EELD TEE PIIBORDII9II WEEK,
OVRE BIXTY COMPETITOBBI
Wareroom for the CHIIMEKRING PIANOS, at Harris.
burg, at 92 Market street,
0523-tf W. KNOCHE'S MUSIC STORE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
mmr_mr-iir
FAMILY GROCERY,
Having just returned from the Eastern cities, we are
receiving all the FRESH and CHOICE goods in our line in
the market.
We can confidently offer a complete stock •f First
Clue Groceries, which we guarantee cannot be cure
passed by any other establichmei.t in the State in se
lection. price or assortment.
sep 25 WM. DOCK, 7R., & CO.
RIIPERIOR STOCK OP LIQUORS._
r...) WM. DOCK, Js., $ CO., are now able to offer to
their eturtomera and the public at large, a stock of the
pest liquors ever imported into this market ? compd.. ,
sing in part the following varieties :
SCOTCH,OLD BOURBON.
WINE-PORT, SHERRY, OLD MADEIRA.
°TARIM, DUPEY & CO. PALE BRANDY.
JAMICA SPIRITS.
PRIME NEW ENGLAND RUM.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
These liquors can all be warranted; and in addition to
these, Dock & Co. have on hood a large Variety of
Wines, Whisky and Brandy, to which they invite the
particular attention of the public.
Er ALM, MONEY I HAPPINESS 1 I
At this Beeson of year, when so :men sickness prevails,
every ens ehonld provide himself with D. HUM
HOMGIOPATHIO MADICINIS, and must
disease in its beginning.
A froth 'Ripply always on hand at
BOOK-ATORII,
Hardsboxr.
LOOKING GLASSES —A Splendid
Assortment of New Looking Glasses, just received,
at W. R.NOuMWS Music Store, 93 Market street, where
t h e y will be sold cheap. Call and examine. mrl3
LADIES! YOU KNOW WERE YOU
can get line Note Paper, Envelopes, Visiting and
Wedding Cards ? At WEBSTER'S BOOKSTORE.
EXCELSIOR, 1 I I-SUGAR CURED
HAMS I .—A Delicious Ham, caved expressly jot
family use. They axe superior to any note in the mar
ket. NUM WM. DOCK. ,TS.. ar (10
AMERICAN WitITING
FLUID, equal if not superior to Arnold's English
Fluid, and only 62 cents per quart bottle, at
EICHEIMSIVS BOOKSTORI.
CHOICE TEAS—lmperial, Japanese,
Colony, Gunpowder, and all the fine and common
Teas in general use, for sale at
ADAM KELLER,
ert.6 Corner of Front and Market eta.
( . 10 0 P R's GELATINS.—The ban
v article in time market, J . -gust received and for sale by
WM. DOOR Zn
fOTIONS.-4anite a variety of useful
and entertain' ing. artielna—ehaap—st
BCHEWBEIVB BOOREITORII.
WEBSTER'S ARMY AND NAVY
POCKET DICTIONARY.
Just received and for sale at
SOMMER'S BOOKSTORE.
VEW ORLEANS SUGAR I—Fusair
Mauer !—Nor sale 17
WIC DOOR la.. & 00.
VOR SALE.—A pair of splendid three
11 - year old MULES, sad a good two-home carriage,
imitable for Livery or Family.
JOHN C. McALLISTER,
Get 15.412 W Fort Hunter.
r R ALE.—Lots on Pennsylvania
Avenue, seventh street. North street and the
Penunylvania Railroad. Apply to
oet 9 WM. K
TU -CAN WINE VINE tiAR-30 years
old, only article of the kind outside of Philadel
phia A. few bottles only offered for wale by
ADO/ IcOl,loo, ;8.,
oct 9 Oorner of Front and wamicAt eta
QROOMS, BRUSHNS, TUBS AND
BASSET§ of an deaariptiaus, qualitial and picas.
COT Sae WIC DEKIE. JR & ir4r).
•
a A M 8 1
Newbold , ' celebrated,
IdishenerN Bzoekdor, •
Dram & }Mfrs impeder
Jersey PlaW irerj flee.
Also, Dried Beet,Tongnes and Bologna deluge. Tor
sale by spit WS. DOOK. jr. & Co.
EMPTY BARRELS.— A large number
of empty Wine, Broody and Whisky Barrels foe
ads by DOCK, Jr. & 00.
WM. DOCK, dr., & Co
f t two of eraueL
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
smirmfitei
THEE TRAINS HILT TO NEW TOOL
AND
PHILADELPHIA
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, April 20, 1863, the Pam
saner Trains will leave the Philadelphia and M o emonf
Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for New York and Phil.
adelphia, as follows, viz :
.11ASTWARD
111PRE88 LINT leaves Harrisburg at 2.15 a.
arrival of Pennsylvania Railroad Zspress Train from
the West, arriving in New York at 9.15 a. m., and at
Philadelphiat at 9.20 a. za. A sleeping oar is attached
to the train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 a. m., ar
riving in New York at 6.30 p. m., and at Philadelphia
stl_so p. m.
PAST LINK leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 p. m., on ar
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Fast Mail, arriving in
New York at 10.26 p, m, and Philadelphia' at 7.00 p,M,
WESTWARD
PAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 a. m., and Phila
delphia at 8.16 a, nt., arriving at HarriOurg at 1.20 p. ui.
MAIL TRAIN 1e -e New Yotk et 12.00 IWO% and
Philadelphia at 3.30 p. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 3.20
p. m.
HIPABIid LING /WINOS New York at 7,09 p, as„ ar
riving at Harrisburg at 1.45 a. m., and Connecting with
the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleep
ing ear is also attached to this train.
Conneetions are widest Harriaburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, &o.
Baggage oheoked through. Pare between New York
and Harrisburg, $5.15 ; between Harrisburg and Phis
delphia, $3.35 in No. 1 cars, and $3.00 in No. 2.
For tickets and other information apply to
J.J. CLYDE, General Agent,
. ap2o Harrisburg.
N ORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY,
I',c Iki 0 )1 :Alni ii 10 I ill 0 Oil
Three daily trains to and from Baltimore and Wash
ington City. Connections made with trains on Penny
Sylvania Railroad to and from Pittsburg and the West
two trains daily to and from the North and Wee
Branch, atuiquehanna, Elmira and all Nortlasani BA'
York.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL 20, U6s,: II
Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railwayil/11
arrive and depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore b
Howe, Az:
!SOUTHWARD.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except Sunday
at 10.10 a. m.i leaves Harrisburg at 1.18 p. m., andbi
rives at Baltimore at 5.85 p. m.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except Sun-
day) at /107 p. in.; lame ilarriebnts (except Meador,
at 2.09 a. in., and arrives at Baltimore daily (except
Monday) at 6.15 a. M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leave
Harriabovg daily at &30 a- m_
NORTHWARD
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily(except Sunday
at 9.16 a. m., Harrisburg at 1.15 p. m., and arrives ai
Sunbury at 4.05 p.
.EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily at 9.15 p.
m., arrives at Harrisburg at 1.35 a m., and leaves Has
rufpgrg agily (eggept Mogilay) at 3.00 a, m. , sad arrived
at Ilinnimry at 5.38 a. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leave
Baltimore daily (except Sunday) at 2.55 p. my and
fives at Harrisburg at 7.30 p.m.
For farther information apply at the Office, in Pen
Sylvania Railroad Depot. J. N. DuBARRY,
General Superietsndiert.
Harrisburg, April 20, 1863-dtr
pENNSYLVANIA ,RAILROAD !
SUMMER TIME TABLE!
• • ,
IIM Mt gat
k. • '3:
ON AND ASTER
MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1863,
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart from and arrive at Harrispurg and
Philadelphia as follows :
540TWARD,
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at
8.10 a. 311.
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at 5.46 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.65
a. m. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
WAY ACCOMMODATION, via MOW il?y, 1911T91
Harrisburg at 7.00 a. in., and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 12.25 p. m.
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Phila
delphia at 6.00 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Ca
lumbla, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 9.30 p. m.
WESTWARD.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harriebar
daily (except Monday) at 200 a. m ; A1t0mm,17.16 .
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Has
burg daily at 3.00 a. m., Altoona at 800 a.m., taksbraak
fag, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaven Harrisburg at 1.15 p. m., AI.
too= at 7.15 p. m., take supper, and arrives at Pitiable%
at 12.30 a. m.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg 3.50 p. Altoona
8.35 p. in., and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 a. in.
HARRISBURG. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Phihdolphis a% S.s4 p. 3a„ and arrives at Harrisburg at
8.00 p. m.
WAY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Philadel
phia at 4.00 p. in., and arrives at Harrisburg at 9.40
p. m. This train runs via Mount Joy.
BAHL:OM D. YOUNG,
Superintendent Middle Div. Penn'a B. R.
Harrisburg, April 16,1863 —du"
1863.
DHJ.LADELPHIA & ERIE RAYL
-11 great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Rail Road
Company, and under their auspices is being rapidly
opened throughout its entire length.
It is now in use for Passenger and Freight Weiner,
from Harrisburg to Driftwood, (Second Fork,)
miles) on the Eastern Elvis Jo ni and from Sheffield to
Erie, (78 miles) on the Western Division.
TIME OF .PASSENGER TRAINS AT HA MIS
BUW.
Leave Northward.
mall Train.— 1.15 a. m. I Express Train.. 8.00 a. in
Oars run through without change both waye on the I
trains between Philadelphia and Lock Baron, and
tween Baltimore and Lock Raven.
Sterna Sleeping Cara on Repress Trains th way
between Williamsport and Baltimore, and WiLiamapo
and Philadelphia.
For Information respecting Pameenger beudnere appl
at the O. E. oor. 11th sod Market streets.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
S. B. Kingston, Jr., cor. /Bth and Market etre
Philadelphia.
J. W. Reynolds. Brie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. Q. IL 8., Bahia' .
H. H. HOUSTON
Gen'l Freight igt., Phil's.
LBWIS L. HOUPT,
Gen'l Ticket Agt., Phil's.
JOS. D POTTS,
leara-dy Gen'l Manager. WilMansport
F I
3EI "1" CI or so I
MIXON
VANILLA, oirreaft.
ALMOND, ORANGE,
PNACIEL, RUM APPL3
DITTIR ALMOND, COWRY
CINNAMON *MVO
MICTAZIND, p.bilugge
COCSINNAL, (tor coloring.) assersod dooms, ic
Amity sm.
The above assortment jest received from one ore al
largest lestern Houses..-each Bottle and Package wen
ennui. retold ni WH notnv T o aer
I r OCKET KM. V 0114.--41 van, fine ii
801111 1 / 1 11VII Roogirroa
Books, Ritatimurp, Su.
QCHOOL BOOKS.—School Directors ;
Teachers, Parents, Scholars, and others, in need of
School Books, School Stationery, &e. , will end a eons
plete assortment at E. M. POLLOCK ¢ SON'S BOOK
STOKE, Market Square, Harrisburg, comprising in part
the following !
READERS.—MeGuffey's, Parker's, Cobb'. Angell's.
SPELLING BOOKS.—acHuffey's, Cobb%Webeter's,
Town's, Byerly Combry's.
ENGLISH GRAMMARS.—Bullion's, Smith's, Wood
bridge'' Monteith's, Tuthill's, Hart's, Wells'.
H/STODlNS.—Grinishaw% Davenport'., Prost's,Wil
i on'e, Wi ll ard', Goodrich% Pinnook's, Goldsmith's and
Clark's.
ARITHDLOTIC'S.--Greenleare, Stoddard'e, Amerman's
like's Bose°e Colbarnhs, Smith and Duke , s,Davie , ..
ALEFRBRAS.—fireesalsr% Davis ' ., Dkri
Bridge's.
DTCTIONARTS. —Worcester's Quarto, Academic, Coin
prehemive and Primary Dictiosiaree. Walker's School,
Cobb's, Walker, Webster's Primary, Webster's High
School, Webster's Quarto, &soden:Lie.
NATURAL PRILOI3OPRIR3.—Comstook% Parker's,
Swift'.. The above with a great variety of others can at
any time be found at my store. Also, a complete =wort
meat of School Stationery, embracing in the who le a com
plete outfit for school purposes. Any book not in the store.
procured et one days notice.
Er Qs:mtg . Iliordwitompplita at wbolgoaki Woo.
AhMANACI3.--.Yohn Baer and Bon's Almanac for sale at
4. M. POLLOCK & BON'S BOOK BTOR.II, Harrisburg.
11:7" Wholesale and Retail. my
WALL PAPER I WALL PAPER
suet ready*, our Spring Stook of WALL PAPER
BORDERS, MBE SCREENS &c., &G. Itisthelargest
end beet eelected assortment In the city ; rang-lee* prise
from mix (0) cents up to one dollar and aqnarter ($1.25.)
As we purchase very low for cash, we are prepared to
sell at as low rates, if not lower, than can be had else
where. If purchasers will call and examine, we feel
°confident that we can please them in respect to price
and quality. B. M POLLOCK & SON,
mar2B Below Tones) Rouse, Market Square.
LAW BOOKS ! LAW BOOKS !!-A
general assortment of LAW BOOKS, all the State
Reports and Standard Elementary Works, with many of
the old English Reports, seam and rare, together with
a large assortment of second-hand Law Books, at very
low prim, at Ike oat pries Bookstore of
E. M. POLLOOK & SON,
myB Market Square, Harrisburg.
trebOOlibers propose to publish by
subecription a "FARM MAP" of the Township Of
‘fiWATAILA,” Dauphin county, Pa., if sufficient en
couragement is given. The Map will embrace the Rounds
"ties of the Township and Farms contained therein, num
ber of Acres, Location of Residences and Neteee of Pro
pertyholdere generally. There will also be on the Map
a Table of Dietances, showing the distance from each
Cross Road in the Township to Harrisburg, thus ren
dering it a valuable Map to Farmers and Dealers in Real
Rotate particularly. Those desiring Views of ibeir
Residences put on the Map will be charged a moderate
extra price. The Map will be neatly executed, colored
and mounted, and delivered at the low price of Five
Dollars, payable on delivery of the same.
& Aus,
832 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Harrisburg, November 1,1861. tf
WORCESTER'S ROYAL QUARTO
DLO T IMAM" :
The best Defining and Pronouncing Dictionary
of the Englieh Language 1
Contains 1,854 Royal Quarto pages and 20,000 words
and meanings not found in any other English Dictionary:
more than 1,000 illustrations inserted in their proper
inscom over °pub words synonymised; together with
numerous tables of pronounced proper names.
Sold by E. N. POLLOCK & SON. Also Worcester's
School Dictionaries. mar2B
A briLENDID ASSORTMENT
0 F
LITHOGRAPHS;
Formerly retailed at from $3 to $5, ore now offered at
50 and 75 cents, and $1 and $1 50--rublished by the Ar
Union, and formerly retailed by them.
Splendid Photographic Album Pictures of all distin
guished men and Generals of the army, at only 10 cte.
Bor sate at Se HEFFEWS Bookstore,
18 Market street, Sarrialmg,
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
MORTON'S
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS!
NONE BETTER IN THE WHOLE WORLD!
79r TO ;e3nts, $1.25,, $1.50, $2 $3, SC
Warranted to made of good gold, at
Toblb SORBEFER , B BOOKSTORE,
()NLY ONE DOLLAR for a good Sub
thitantie bound Family 'Bible at
Schehees Bookstore.
QCHEFFER'B Bookstore is the place to
bay Gold Poos—warritnited
WRIL KNOCHE,
93 MARKET ST., HARRISBURG, FA
PIANOS.
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the best
makers, from $2OO upwards.
MELODEONS.
THE ins-r MANUFACTURED INSTRU
MENTS, from $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons,
Flutes, Fifes, Drums, Banjos, •
Tambourines, Violin and
Guitar strings and mu
sical merchandise
in general.
SHEET MUSIC.
The LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on hand
Music sent by mail to any part
of the country.
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOC '
FRAMES,
Suitable for looking glasses and all kinds
pictures always on hand.
A fine assortment of best plated
LOOKING GLASSES
From smallest to largest sizes.
Idr Any style Of frame made to order at
the shortest notice. WM. IiN9CHE,
novl-dw&s 93 Market st.
GUTTA PERCHA WATER-PROOF
Ia AL ME. I J 41131- I
(WITHOUT BRUSHING,)
SHOE'S.
FOR BOOTS.
ANDIiILITITIV LEATHEI--WORK.
1863.
This new and excellent article excels everything ever
before in use, for beautifying and softening the Leather.
It makes a polish MO patent leather; will not rub off
with water, nor stain the finest white silk, and mates
the leather perfectly water-proof. Twice a month ap
plied on boots and shoes, and once a month for harness
is sufficient. If the leather becomes dirty, wash it off
with clean water and the polish will reappear. War
ranted as represented.
DIRECTIONS FOR 17810.—Apply a few drops on a
sponge, rub it slowly over the leather, and the polish is
complete. Trice, 873 E cents per bottle.
JAMISON t 00,, Sole Agents, PONE Market street.
jaal)..dtf
THE BEST FAMILY SEWING
MAI:MINS IS
“:11 •
NEW OFFICE, Market Square, next to Colder's
Office.
Er Call and sae them in operation.
A general assortment of machinery and needles con.
etantly on bend.
MISS MARGARET RIR air
exhibit and sell tht.m, sod also do all kinds of
machine sewing on limo machine in the beet manner.
The patronage of the public is ?eventfully solicited.
apl3-8m
lOWE'S Sewing Machine, 437 Broad
way, Now York; Mash *Mee 110)i , market street.
Han. The undersigned respeethilly informs
the aoWrers and Miming of Harrisburg that he
is. opened a sewing maehine oboe for the sale of he
qeMbrated Mowers sewing machine, making the well
known look-stitch, end adapted for all kinds of leather
and cloth, and family use. M. 1/41 , 11AEL,
ieb26-411y deems
[lt/ARM= WANTSD.—The under
IJ signed, having rented $ fine large sad aommodioup
hones t in Mulberry street, two doors from the corner o
Second street, in the city of Harrisburg, she is prepared
to accommodate Slagle gentlemen, or gentlemen fine
their wives, with boarding on reasonable terms.
jyl9-de n ft A. „Maxon%)
FLU iI) SND ALCOHOL, IN LAtibb
quantities and of pore quality for uie by
*K. OWL Ja .& 00
hAVANA ORAN G ES.--Jest receiver
by WM norx, aft . A en
111 8, DRUID BEM, BOLOGN A
At WM, TOffiatißlilkfor erezv,
DEALER IN
CARRIAGES,
HARNESS.
illatliintrti•
AGLE VVORKS )
HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA,
MANI:TM:MI:TRIM OF
BOOT-BINDERS' RULING NUMBS AM) PENS,
STANDING PRESSES,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOALDS,
AND MACHINES 101
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
SCHOOL FURNITURE,
General Nadine Work and Iron and Brass
CASTINGS,
WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, ETC., ETC
11:r Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brame made to
order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c., itc.
HICKOK'S
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS.
f Cash paid for Old Copper, Braes, Opener, &c.
STEAM BOILERS.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
ABOVE STATE STREET
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES
Of various patterns, both stationary and swinging, BASH
WEIGHS and various other Building Castings, for sale
every cheap at the [my244l/y I EAGLE WORKS.
O. MOLTZ,
ENGINEER, MACHINIST 4- STEAM FITTER,
No. 8, NORTH SIETH STREET,
Between Walnut and Markst, Harrisburg, Pa.
Machinery of every description made and repaired.
Brass Cocks of all sizes, and a large assortment of Gas
Fittings constantly on band.
Ali work done in this establishment will be under his
own supervision, and warranted to give satisfaction.
0c36
STEAM BOILERS.
. -
Having made ancient and permanent arrangements
for the purpose, we are now prepared to make
ABITUELALMIC 134C10XLMIX=ILS91
of every kind promptly and at reasonable rates. We
shall use iron made by Bailey & Bro., the reputation of
which hkeecond to none in the market.
113. N one but the best hands employed. Repairing
promptly Attended W. &Urea
BAGLI WORKS,
may2B-tly] Harrisburg, Pa.
WM. A. PARKHILL,
PLUMBER AVD GAS FITTER,
THIRD STREET, NEXT DOOR TO THE TZLZGRAPII
PRINTING OFFICE
EOM, 4woAlBg4, Oturs.loo, public buildings, facto
ries, &0 ., tilled up with gas, lead and iron pipe in a
workman-like manner. Hydrants, Wash Basin'', Bath
Tubs, Lift and Force Pumps, Water Closets, Lead and
Iron Pipe for water, gas and steam. A alma of pnblin
patronage is respectfully solicited. All work promptly
attended to. je24Bm
REMOVAL.
The subaeriber has removed Ms PLUMBING AND
BRASS FOUNDRY from Market street to Fourth street
above Market, opposite the Bethel Church Thankful
for past patronage, he hopes, by strict attention to busi
ness, to merit a continuance of it.
mard7-dtf WM. PARKHILL.
3nsurancl.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
THE DELAWARE MUTUAL
SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PHILADELPHIA.
INCORPORATED 1835.
This Institution is doing business on the Mutual In
surance principle combined with a Joint Stock Capital.
By the act of incorporation the stock is pledged for
the payment of any losses which the company may sus
tain, Ana as an additional security to the assured, the
act requires that the profits of the businsas shall be
funded and remain with the corporation, as a guarantee
and protection to the insured against loss, until ordered
by the Board of Directors to be redeemed in accordance
with a provision of the act of incorporation. This fund
will be represented by scrip issued by the company,
bearing interest not exceeding six per cent.
No dividend of scrip can be made when the losses and
expenses exceed the amount of earned premiums.
Insurances will be made on Vessels, Freights and Car
goes ; on Goods transported by railroads or canals, and
by steamboats on rivers and lakes; also, against damage
or lose by Fire, for a limited time, or permanently.
The undersigned, as Agent for the above well known
company, will make Insurance against loss or damage
by fire, either perpetually or annually, on property in
either town or country.
Marine and Inland Transportation Risks also taken,
Apply personally or by letter to
ROBERT L. MUENCH,
jan26.tf ' Harrisburg, Pa.
INSURANCE.
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of
THE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
OF PHILADELPHIA.
Incorporated 1794—Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS $1,200,000
DIRECTORS
Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Brown,
Samuel F. Smith, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, John
R. Neff, Richard D. Wood, William Welsh, William E.
Bowen, James N. Dickson S. Morris Waln, John Ma
son, George Y.. Uarrieon, Prancia B. Cope, =ward H.
Trotter, Edward S. Clarke.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President.
CHARLES PLATT, Secretary.
As central agent for the above named company, the
undersigned is prepared to take Fire Risks in any part
of the State of Pennsylvania ' either annually or perpet
welly, on the most favorable terms.
Moe in Walnut street near Second.
WILLIAM BUEHLER,
au2s-dl7 Harrisburg. Pa.
LIFE INSURANCE.
THE GIRARD LIFE INSURANCE,
ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY,
OF PHILADELPHIA.
OFFICE No. 40S CHESTNUT ST.
[CHARTER PERPETUL.]
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,543,386
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
JOHN Y. JAMES, Actuary.
CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON LIVES on
the most reasonable terms.
They act as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under
last Wilis„ and as Receivers and Assignees.
The capital being paid up and invested, together with
a large and constantly increasing reserved fund, offers
a perfect security to the insured.
The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or
quarterly..
The company add a BONUS periodica'ly to the insu
rances for life. The FIRST BONUS appropriated in
December, 1941 the bROOND BONUS in December,
1849, the THIRD BONUS in December, Mt, and the
FOORTH BONUS in 1869. These additions are made
without requiring any increase in the premiums to be
paid to the company,
The following are a few examples from the Register
Amount of Policy and
Policy. I Bum I Bonus or I bonus to be increased
Insured addition by future additions,
No. 89 $2,500 $ 887 $2,387 50
" 182 8,000 1,060 00 4,060 00
" 199 1,000 400 00 1,400 00
836 6,000 1,875 00 6,876 00
&goat a Undearg 324 Tic" ty.
au26-41y
sfis
000 POUNDS!!!
''
Fifty Thousand Pounds
"EXCELSIOR"
HAMS
MOT ItSCHIVING, which we will sell at a very low
figure by the Hogshead, Tierce, Barrel or gle Ham.
myBo WM. DOC :, & CO-
SOLAR MATCHES)
NO SULPHUR!
NO 'S MELL! •
PT/TY GROSS of the above Superior Matches Put
wired. and for WA by WM DOM% :Y. Ar
WRITING} FLUIDS.—BOB Ameri
can Writing Vold, a splendid ink, at 82 cents
per 'part ; ARNOLD'S .genuisul Writing Plaid, OAB
- Oolurnbian Writing Fluid. L&1701ILIN &
striIIIPIIILWB Ink, ropying ink, Carmine and Red
inks of the beet quality Mnee Ink,neile. &e., at
BOUSTORB.
'UNDENSED MIX —Just received
./ tsd re* 111.14 L IMP W V- Mee ir k CO.
sl ldi %FAD SALMON.—A choice suppir
U tor We by WM. DOCKO r., & Co.
SOMETHING FOR THE T 1
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
JOHNS & CROBLEY
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE
THE STRONGEST GLUE IN THE WORLD!
FOR CEMENTING} WOOb, LEATHER, GLASS,
IVORY, CHINA, MARBLE, PORCELAIN,
ALABASTER, BONE, CORAL,
ac., ac., Ac.
TNX ONLY ARTICLE OF THE RIND EVER PRO
DUCED WHICH WILL WITHSTAND WATER:
NxTiACTILI.
"livery housekeeper ehould have a supply of Johns
Croslers American Cement Etlue.”—New York Timas.
"It is CO convenient to hare in the house."—Nne
York Express.
"It is always ready ; thie commends it to everybody,
—Neu York litdeptndent.
"We have tried it, and find it as aloftl in our heal
as water."—Wilkes' Spirit of the Times.
VERY LIBERAL REDUCTIONS TO WHOLESALE
DEALERS.
TEEMS CASH.
Irr. Per mile by all Druggists and Storekeepers VMS j
rally throughout the country.
MB
T . LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA
BRANDY.
L
THE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY has, for several
years, been manufactured frem tilt
pure juice of the
AIdERIOAN CATAWBA and ISABELLA GRAPE, and
has attained a rare popularity throughout the West and
South, where great quantities of this superb article is
sold for MEDICINAL and FAMILY purposes. It not
only equals, but excels the most choice IMPORTED
BRANDIES InfIIBITY, QUALITY and RIOHIPMIB OF
FLAVOR, and wherever it has been introduced it had
invariably met the most unqualified favor and extended
sale.
The want of really pure Brandy has long been felt in
this Cettlitry and the opportunity te prOCtlfe as article
of such quality as to supersede the sale and use of the
many vile compounds so often sold under the name of
c , Brandy," can be regarded only as a public good.
L. LYON'S OATAWBA BRANDY possesses all the
Choice qualities of the beat imported liquor, and is poei
trvely known to be of PERPBOT PURITY and of SU
PERIOR FLAVOR.
In support of the above statement, we refer to the
certificate of the undermentioned well-known chemists :
Dr. A. A. Hayes Assayer. Boston, Mass.
Dr. lames R. Chilton & 00., Chemists, New York.
Dr. James R. Nichols, Analytical Chemist, Boston,
Mass.
Dr. J. V. P. Blaney & Dr. G. A. Narriner, Analytical
and Consulting Chemists, Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Cox, Chemist, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dr. Charles Upham Sheppard, Charleston, B. 0.
jlessra. Gentry and Blackwood, Chemists, Tenn.
r. N. A. Pratt, Savannah, Georgia.
AU of whom have analyzed the Brandy and teetolithiend
it as a perfectly pure article and as an invaluable medi
cinal agent.'
I have been appointed the sole agent for the sale of
this Brandy for the city of - Harrisburg and Dauphin Co.
nova-dy. Dr. LOUIE WYETH.
JOHN TILL'S
COAL YARD,
SOUTH SECOND STREET, BELOW PRATT'S
ROLLINS KILL,
Where he keeps constantly on band
LYKENS AND WILKESBARRE COAL,
Such as STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, EGG and NUT,
which he will dispose of at the lowest market
Consumers will do well to call on him and, lay in
their supply, as the Ooal will be delivered clean, and
full weight. Jan36.41h0
QT. LOUIS FLOUR. - THE BEST
BRAND FOR FAIRLY DBE in the market. lee
barrels of the celebrated Bt. Louie /near, =frugally
pronounced the most superior article ever offered in Use
market, just received and for sale by
rRESH FISH every Tuesday and Fri
day at JOHN WISH'S Store, corner of Third and
Wal ant. my 3
\MALL PAPER AND WINDOW
SHADES.
HENRY C. SHAFFER
Has a large stock of Widow Shades and Wall Paper on
hand which will be sold very low. Call and examine.
Paper Hanging personally attented to.
No. 12, MARKET STREET,
Near the bridge.
oct24-dtt
fiEDAR TUBS, CHURNS and MEA.-
ui SURER, together with a large assortment of BAS
KETS, BROOMS &c., just received, and for sale 1.C17
ow, by WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO
H P. & W. C. TAYLOR'S
.* -1 47 1 1 T SUA Pi
It is economical and highly detersive.
It oontaina no Roain and will not waste.
It iA warranted not to injure the hands,
It will impart an agreeable odor, and is therefor
suitable for every purpose. For sale by
WM. DOCK, Ja., & 00.
FOR BALE.-3,000 Bus Ens PRIME
YELLOW CORN.
600 bushels barley malt, first quality.
600 bushels rye.
60 barrels whisky, first quality.
Enquire of RICHARD HOGELAND.
sep2otf Washington Avenue, Harrisburg.
EMPTY HOGSHEADS. —A large
of Empty Heat Hogsheads, in geed condition and
with heads in. These Hogshead• wM desirable for
Builders, Farmers he sold at a very low
price. WK. DOOK., Jr., & CO.
AMS!!!—Juat received, a large
Ll supply of COVERED OUGALCURED RAMS, of
•he best brand is the market. Every one sold is gun:
sowed. pne27) WM. DOCKJR. , & CO.
BOSTON CRACKERS.—A supply of
these delicious crackers just received acid for sale
WM. DOCK, Jr., ft CO.
VINCE MEAT.-A SUPERIOR AR
I►l TICLE just received and for sale by
WM. DOCK, Ts., & CO.
000 POUNDS Extra Prime Sugar
. Pored Hama for sae very low, wholesale or
retail by WM. DOCK JR. 0
GREEN CORN.—WINSLOW'S freak
Green Corn just received by
WM. DOCK, is., & CO.
THE FINEST STOCK OF PHOTO
' GRAPH ALBUMS, PORT POLIOB, CARD-OASES,
POOHET-BOORS, for sal.l rt
Seise ' ; es Bookstore,
BUCKWHEAT MEAL-15,000 LBS.
SUPER NXTB,A, from Wyoming Valley, for sale
by WM. DOGE., la., & CO.
WALL PAPER, BORDERS, &0.,
&c., at last year prices, for sale at Bcheffer's
Bookstore.
L l 'OR L E TTER, NO7 g iw and FOOLS
ii., CAP Paper, Envoi° oes and au kiwi of Stationery,
eall at Scheffer , s Bookstore. Ida
JUST RECEIVED—Another lot of
Beautiful Albums, at &heifer's Boehstire, 18 Mari
lot street. jelti
A large variety of Notions just received
A
at Bcheffeen Bookstore jog 6
QELF SEALING FRUIT JARS
Best and Cheapest in the markets I Call ad
examine them.
Wei
BUEHLER.
I'RENCH MUSTARD, ENGLISH and
Domestic Pickle; (by the doses or hundred,)) Sc.
prior Bola Oil, Zetchap, &Roes sad condiments of
every description, for sole by
m 26 W'M. DOOR. Js., & Oo
ANew Assortment of MORTON'S
trzatvamed Gold Pens, in Gold Plated Desk Hol
ders, just received, at Schefferts Bookstore, 3 6 Marks
street jel6
'CHOW ARE YOll GREEN
BACKS "—DAN BRYANT'S new eon& Song.
Price 30 cents, jest received sad for sale by WARD, st
hie Music store, Third street. Call sad get • copy
early. ap2B
WALLPAPER, BOKDFFS, &c., &C.,
sold yet at laid year 4 pekoe, witboat an advance.
At 80113BSPItit'S 800 K 1
BktEAKFAT BMX/N.—A small but
very choice lot of finger Oared "Bredisebst Bacon
(equal to the imported Yorkahlre Wet received.
ry2o WW DOC , II, k, CO
DPEACHE-PARED AND
IL/ UNPARND—iota seeelved by
WM. DOOR. /11-, A 00 .
T"'ATIONAL ALMANAC AND
ANNUAL REOORD for MIL tor solo it
NORNIVER'S NOONNTORN.
,filiscellantovs
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
JOHNS & OROSLEY,
(g 9 19 Mraidaduen,)
78 WILLIAM STREET,
(Corner of Liberty Street,)
NSW YORK.
WM DOCK, Js., & 00
Wk. DOME, fa,