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Tuesday Afternoon, January 1 IS6I.
Six advertisement " Ho, for the
THE CITY BANKS will be closed on Friday
next, the National Fast Day. We mention this
fact for the benefit of av iSOLIS who may have
notes falling due on that day.
TOE WATCH MEETINGS held in several church
es last night were well attended, and the ex
ercies of a very solemn, interesting and in
structive character. The services commenced
at half-Past eight o'clock and closed a few
minutes past twelve.
Connsortm—A slight mistake occurred yes
terday in our notice of the Millersburg Metho
dist Episcopal Sunday School The following
are the officers for;the inswing year: Superin
tendent, J. S. Musser. Librarian, J. S. Gil
bert. Treasurer, J. I. Bowman. Managers,
Simon Eberly, G. M. Brubaker, H. H. Musser.
APPOINTMENT. -Our worthy friend, Dr. Wm.
H. Egle, has been appointed to a clerkship in
the Harrisburg Post Office, to fill the vacancy
occasioned by the discharge of young Whit
man. The Doctor will make an attentive and
useful officer, and his selection shows good
judgment on the part of Dr. Porter. He en
tered upon the discharge of his duties to-day.
A Goon HOTEL. —We invite attention to the
advertisement of Mr. Charles Rhoads, proprie
tor of Hetzel's Hotel in Dauphin. This is de
cidedly a good institution, and of Charley it
may truly be said "he can keep a hotel."
Parties in this city visiting Dauphin, should
give him a call. There is an excellent ball
room =meted with the house, and meals are
served Up in good style whenever ordered.
New YEAR'S DIM—We have never known
this city to be so quiet and orderly on a New
Year's Eve, as was the case last night. There
were no sounds of bacchanalian revelry on the
streets, and the Mayor's proclamation prohib
iting the firing of guns and squibs was gener
ally complied with. The Chief of Police and
the Constables were all on duty, and report that
good order ruled throughout the entire city
limits. No arrests were made, the only occu
pints of the lock-up being three perambulating
vagrants who sought shelter from the cold.
GONE HOME.-A large number of disappoint
ed office-hunters left the city to=day with
heavy hearts and empty pockets, some of them
very Indignant at the manner in which they
bad been "sold," as they alleged. The only
trouble with these gentlemen was that they
were not booked up, and didn't understand
how to "pull the strings." They shared the
fortunes of war and should submit to their fete
like good soldiers. We congratulate the suc
cessful candidates, and sincerely sympathise
with the defeated. May the latter class "have
better luck next time."
SLEIGHING PARTIES.—The young folks of the
city are mailing good use of the snow. Last
evening parties visited Dauphin, Halbaeb's and
Highapire, where they enjoyed good suppers,
"tripped the light fantastic," and returned
home "by the sweet silver light of the moon."
Nearly the whole of to-day the streets were
crowded with gay turn-outs and fast nags, and
our ears greeted with the tintinabulation that
so musically swells from the unceasing jingle
of the silver sleigh-bells. This is the most de
lightful New Year's day we have experienced
for many years, and the city wears an unusual
ly lively aspect. "
THE LANCASTER Boon.—ln regard to the sale
IA the remaining assets of the Lancaster Bank,
noticed in our columns a few days ago, the
Daily Express of that city has the following :
THE LAST OF TOE LANCASTER BANK.—On Fri
day the remaining assets of the late Lancaster
Bank were sold at public sale, in this city.—
They consisted of various notes, judgments
and stocks—amounting to about $240,000,
Without the accrued interest, and on which
only about $30,000 was realized. In addition
to these some property belonging to the Bank,
ie l'hiladelphia, sold for $14,000, increasing
the amount to $44,000. As these assets were
paid for in the notes of the defunct Bank, the
result of the sale is merely the redemption of
144,000 worth of its outstanding circulation.
The notes of the Bank still outstanding are
worthless, as this sale disposed of the last of
the assets of the institution.
THE SUSPEIMON.—ProbabIy never in the his
tory of the country was there a suspension of
specie payments as little cared for as the pre
sent. At no time was the influx of specie
from abroad so great as it is now. Every
steamer from Europe brings large sums. and
California is pouring in her wealth in a golden
stream. Not the slightest difficulty has thus
far been experienced in obtaining change for
all the purposes of business—in fact, silver coin
was never more plenty than it is at present.
Our Banks, though they refuse large drafts of
coin from their vaults for speculative purposes,
are ever ready to redeem their bills in small
amounts, withodt the least hesitation. The
"suspension," therefore, for all practical pur
poses, is scarcely felt.
SALE OF THE PROPER* OF THE TRIVORTON
COAL AND RAILROAD COMPAIVT.—The valuable
and extensive property of this company, inclu
ding the railroad, bridges, coal lands, breaker,
Ste, as well as the property in Snyder county,
is advertised to be sold in Philadelphih, on
Wednesday the 23d of January, by virtue of
a decree of the Supreme Court of the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania. This is a most val
uable property. The railroad is about fourteen
and a half miles in length, including the two
bridges over the Susquehanna at Pott Trevor
ton, which are 3,600 feet in length, with 1,400
feet of trestling. The sale will be held by
Messrs. W. C. Pickersgill and °maid J. Cam
min, of New York, trustees under the mort
gage, upon which it will be sold. The original
cost of this property was over one million of
dollars. We trust that under a new organiza
tion, new life and activity will be inspired, and
renewed vigor imparted to the coal trade at
THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE, to be sent to the
Legislature to-morrow, will appear in the reg
ular issue of the TELEGRAPH the same afternoon.
In the pres nt aspect of affairs, this document
is looked for with considerable interest.
THFATRICA L. --We learn that a theatrical com
pany will open in this city shortly. A good
company would be well sustained during the
sessi nof the Legislature. We advise all "ono
horse'' ' concerns to slay away.
CADETS OF TFAIFERANCE.-A meeting of the
yotmg men of this city favorable to the organi
zation of a Section of Cadets of Temperance,
will be held for that purpose to-morrow evening
in the Sons of Temperance Hall, corner of 'Second
and South streets.
ATTENTION! TORBH;NTORS, No. 7.—You are re
quested to meet at your nest this evening at
eight o'clock, for the purpose of making a
grand march. By order of the Chief Tormen
tor. JOHN H. A. GUINZAFOWL, SCCT' y.
THE REVIVAL liferriziet in the Vine Street
Church still continues, with encouraging re
sults. After watch meeting last night an ex
perience and prayer meeting was opened and
continued until one o'clock this morning. The
participants enjoyed a refreshing season.
'THE TORMENTORS will be out in full force to
night, fully equipped, to serenade one of their
associates who recently entered into a matri
monial alliance with a young lady of this city.
The parties to be thus honored reside in the vi
cinity of the Rolling Mill. The "grand march"
takes place at eight o'clock, from the "nest"
in the Sixth Ward, and the demonstration will
equal in &ovelty that made by the Tycoons.
NEW YEAR'S DAY. —This morning old Sol put
'Cin his brightest face and most pleasant smiles,
to welcome the advent of the New Year. All
Nature was arrayed in chaste white drapery,
her gorgeous frost-jewels sparkling like dia
monds in the sunshine, in honor of the same
event. The weather has been delightful, more
like April than January, and those who observ
ed the occasion as a holiday no doubt realized
high degree of enjoyment. May we be blessed
with many such pleasant days, during the pre
sent winter, as that which marked the ad
vent of the year 1861.
MILITARY.—At the meeting of the State Cap
ital Wide Awake Club last evening, a resolution
was unanimously adopted to change the associa
tion into a military company. The books will
be open at the Club room every evening for the
enrollment of members It is discreditable to
the Capital City that we are without a first class
military organization, and we indulge the hope
that the present movement will be crowned
with success. The young men
. should actively
participate in it, and our older citizens should
encourage it by contributions and otherwise.
NOVEL MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE.-A facetious
clergyman at St. Louis, named Requa, who
seems to have been rather badly compensated
for marrying a couple, took this revenge, which
was a few weeks ago floating round on the back
of a dollar bill, in the shape of a novel mar
"This dollar bill, together with a miserably
executed bogus half dollar, was all that Mr.
George H. Cox, of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, gave"
me for marrying him to Miss Celie Rice, on the
4th of October, 1859. The beautifully engrav
ed certificate that I gave them was worth fifty
cents, and the recording' of the marriage (ac
cording to law) cost twenty-five cents, leaving
me but one quarter of adollar with which to
advertise it, which would bring me io debt. I
choose this more economical method of adver
tising said marriage, and letting the world
know that Mr. George H. Cox and Miss Celia
Rice were married according to law.
Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church."
Tint NEW YEAR. —The following well-written
welcome to the New Year, sent to us by a
friend, is very appropriate to-day. It breathes
the spirit of genuine poetry :
Ring merrily, bells, and each laughing chime
Sing out for the uew-born of old King Timel
While the dead year passes, solemn and slow,
Away to the nights where the dead years go I
Then banish all fear,
Away every tear I
And welcome with gladness the happy :slew Year !
For the old year gone why need we be sad f
If it brought us grief, it oft made us glad ;
And from Ile's bending of sunshine and storm,
Bee what a rainbow the future can form !
Warmed in his crust, even AVARICE cold
Now drops from his grasp the pittance of gold ;
While CHARISY smiles, and her balmy hand
Is showering blessings throughout the land.
Then banish, &c.
As wo pauso to measure life's swift Carer—
Tito sorrows and joys of the dying year—
Like bees, let us keep the honey enshrined,
But leave the poison and hitter behind.
Thou banish, &c,
llave you erred? then struggle to err no more;
MIND you lost? there are sweet delights in store,
Though we sigh for the pint In future strife
Let Hors cheer us through the battle of life!
Then banish all fear,
Away every tearl
And we:come with gladness the happy New Year
QUEER PEOPLE. —Chambers' "Journal," in
discussing a recent book of missionary travels
in Africa, thus alludes to one of the tribes
which are found in that terra incognita :
But the strangest of all are the stories told
of the Dokos, who live among the moist, warm,
bamboo woods to the south of Kaffa and Susa.
Only four feet high, of a dark olive color, sav
age and naked, they have neither houses nor
temples, neither fire nor ordinary human food.
They live only on ants, mice and serpents di
versified by a few roots and fruits ; they let
their nails grow long, like talons, the better to
dig for ants, and the more easily to tear to
pieces their favorite snakes. They do not mar
ry, but live the indiscriminate lives of animals,
multiplying very rapidly, and with very little
maternal instinct. The mother nurses her
child for only a short time, accustoming it to
eat ants and serpents as soon as possible ; and l i
when it can help itself, it wanders away where
it will, and the mother thinks no more about
it. The Dokos are invaluable as slaves, and are
taken in large numbers. The slave-hunters
hold up bright colored clothes as soon as they
come to the moist, warm, bamboo woods where
these human monkeys live, and the poor Dokos
cannot resist the attractions offered by such
superior people. They crowd around them,
and are taken in thousands. In slavery, they
are docile, attached, obedient, with few wants
and excellent health. They have only one
fault : a love for ants, mice and serpents, and
a habit of speaking to Yer with their heads on
the ground, and their heels in the air. Yer is
their idea of a superior power, to whom they
talk in this comical manner when they are dis
pirited or angry, or tired of ants and snakes,
and longing for unknown food. The Dokos
seem to come nearest of all people yet disco
vered to that terrible cousin of humanity—the
pennovivanta flatly qrtlegrapli, Tutaav 'Afternoon, January a, 1861.
Burkhart, having left the "White Hall," for
merly kept by him, has re-opened the saloon
under the "Union House," in Market street
near Dewberry alley, where he will be pleased
to see his old friends. He will, as usual, keep
the best of oysters, Lauer's Reading Ale, Lager
Beer, and other refreshments.
SIR THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH Of new goods
fn m New York auction. The greatest bargains
offered yet. Having taken advantage of the
depression of the New York market, I have
now a lot of goods to offer which cannot fail to
please : 2,000 yards the best Widnes at 20 and
21 cts.; 4,000 yards of Calicos at 8 and 10 cts.;
500 woolen Hoods for 37 and 50 cts., very
cheap ; 500 pair of gentlemen's woolen Socks
at 12 ,and 15 cts.; 60 doz. Undershirts and
Drawers at 50, 62 and 75 eta,; 1,000 pairs of
ladies Stockings at 12 and 15 ets.; 10 pieces of
Black Cloth for Cloaks ; a large assortment of
ladies' and gents' Gloves, and a great many
goods. To those who buy to sell again a liberal
discount will be made, S. LEWY, at Rhoad's
Business has mostly been suspended to-day.
The Banks, Custom House, Corn Exchange, and
many of the stores being closed.
It is reliably stated here, that before the end
of January the Legislative, Executive and Ju
dicial departments of the Southern Government
will be permanently organized, and i full op
eration. There is also but little dou that a
new system, or civil time, similar to that insti
tuted in France under the first Napoleon, will
Rumored Bombardment of Fort Sumpter-
THE SOT/TH CAROLINA COMMISSIONEBS-MESSAOF
OF TIIE PRESIDENT THE NEW TREASURY LOAN
There are rumors here that the convention
now in session at Charleston have decided that
unless the President orders the removal of Major
Anderson from Fort Sumpter that its bombard
ment shall be attempted. The commissioners
from South Carolina have no hopes of effecting
anything with the government, more especially
since the withdrawal of Secretary Floyd. •
An impeachment against the latter was being
prepared by some of the members of Congress,
but his resignation has averted it. The Presi
dent, as before stated, will turn the South Caro
lina "ambassadors," body and soul, over to
Congress, but their chances of obtaining any
thing satisfactory there are dark indeed.
The Mississippi delegation urge upon Secre
tary Thompson the propriety of resigning.
There are reports that the balance of the
Treasury loan has been taken by New York
capitalists as 12 per cent. interest.
Stephens, of Georgia, and Robert T. Scott, of
Virginia, .are said to have been tendered posts
in the Cabinet by Mr. Lincoln.
Magnetic Telegraph Mee Closed.
HARRISBURG, Jan. 1.
No mofk., report to-day. The Telegraph office
closed till seven o'clock, P. M.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PIICENIX BITTEItS.,
Free front all Mineral Poisons.—fn cases of Scrofula
Ulcers, :curvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
of the Lifo Medicines is truly astonishine, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effects on the blood. Billions Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in short,
most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties.
No family should be without thcm, as by their timely
use much suffering and expense may Ile saved.
Prepared by WM. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New 'fork, and
for sale by all Druggists nov9-wly
Cottons.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience liming proved that simple reme
dies often act speedily and certainly when token in the
early stages of (lie disease, recourse should at once be
had to 'Brown's Bronchial Troches," or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat be ever so
slight, as by this precaution a more serious attack may
be warded cif. Public Speakers and Singers will Lind
them etnctnalfor clearing and strengthening the voice.
See advertisement. delo-d-sw&w6m
WOOD'S HAIR littaTußATlVS.—Among all
preparations for the hair that have been introduced as
infallible, none hes ever given the satisfaction or gained
the popularity that Prof. Wood's Bair Restorative now
has. Ills Restorative has passed the ordeal of innumer
able 'fashionable toilets, and the ladies, wherever they
nave tested it, pronounce it a peerlees article. They
find, wherever they have tested it, pronounce it a peer
less article. They find, where the hair is thinned, that
it creates a fresh growth—that it Cully restores the ve
getative power of the toots on the denuded places, and
causes the fibres to sh oot forth anew—that tt dissolves
and removes dandruff, prevents grayness, restores the
hair to its original color when grayness has actually su
pervened, gives a rich lustre, imparts the softness and
nesibility of silk to the hair, and keeps it always twirl.
ant, healthy and in full vigor.—"N. Y. Tribune."
Sold by all respectat leDruseists de2l lm
Holiday in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHY*, Jan. 1
The Southern Government.
CHARLESTON, Jan. 1
IVAsraNGTos, Dec. 31
PURIFY THE BLOOD
WEAKNESS AND DEDILITY.—AII who suffer
from weakness or debility, where there is a want of en
ergy, should at once have recourse to JUDSON'S MOUN
TAIN HERB PILLS. They immediately purify the blood,
and act upon the mainspring of life, giving strength and
vigor to the system. Young persons entering into wo
manhood, with a derangement of tee functions ; and to
mothers at the turn or life, these Pills will he most effl.
canious in correcting the tide of lite that may be on the
turn. Young and elderly men sutler in a similar manner
at the same periods, when there is always danger, they
should therefore undergo a course of this purifying me
dicine, which ensures lasting health.
This great Household Medicine ranks among the lead
ing necessaries of life, ns it is well known to the world
that it cures complaints other remedies cannot reach ;
this fact Is as well established as that the Sun lights the
Sold by all medicine deale-s.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a Prescription of Sir J. Clarke, N. D.,
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
TO ILIARRIEO LAMES
it Is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on
thermintbly period with regularity.
Each bottle, trice One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterteits
These Fills should uGt be taken by ; females during the
FIRST THREE hIONTHSof Pregnancy, as they are sure
to bring on _Miscarriage, but at any other time they, are
In all eases of Nervous and Spinahlffectians, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills wit
effect a cure when all other means have Lelled i and al
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hu. tful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
• N. 8.--$l.OO and 8 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pills,
by return mail.
For sale by C. A. BANIIVART. Iy9 dawly
IWWE call the attention of our readers to an
article advertised in another column, called BLOOD FOOD
It is an entirely new discovery, and must not be COE found
ed with any or the numerous patent medicine - 3 of the
day. It is food for ate blood, already prepared for ab
sorption; pleasant to the taste and natural in action, and
what one gains to retains. Let all those, then, who are
suf f ering From poverty, Impurity or deficiency of blood,
and consequently with some chronic disease or ailment,
to aof this BLOOD Foon and be restored to health. We
notice that our Druggists have received a supply of this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. Ecrox's
FeMna Comm., which every mother should have. It
is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind
whatever, and of course must betnvaluthle For all Wan
tile commaints. It is also said that it will allay all pain,
and soften the gems in process of teething, and at the
same time regulate the bowels. Let all mothers and
nurses, who have endured elisions days and eleepleet
o ehts, procure a supply and be at once relieved.
111551. , ee advertisement. b 6
For sale by C. A. Rannvart„ sole agent, Harrisburg, 1.2.1
A CARD TO THE LADIES
DR• DUPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
Infallible in correcting, regulating, and removing all
obatructiona, from whatever cause, and al
ways successful as a prerep
THESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctOrs for many years, both in France and
America, with unparalleled success in every case ; and
he is urged by many thousina ladies who used them, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of the e suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well auto prevent
au increase of family where health will not permitit.;--
Females particularly situated, or those supposing them
selves so, are cautioned - against-these Fills while in that
condition, as they are sur^ to produce miscarriage, and
the propriet asmmes no responsibility after this admo
although their mildness would prevent any mis
chief to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Full and explitit directions accompany each box. Price
$1 00 per box. Fold wholesale and retail by
CHARLES A. BAN EVART, Druggist,
No. 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg Pa
"Ladles," by sending him $1 00 to the Harrisburg
Post °ince, can have the Pills sent free of observation to
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free or pos
tagc ' by mail. Old also by S. S. Strevssrs, Reading,
JOHANSON, HOLLOWAY & COWDEN, Philadelphia, A. L. LEM
BERGER, Lebanon, and by one druggist in every city and
village in the Union, and by S. D. HOWE, sole proprietor,
N. B.—Look out for counterfeit 4. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless every box is signed S D. Howe. All
others ore a base imposition and unsafe; th.refore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be
log humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
b trig counterfeited. de3.dwaswly.
IMPORTANT TO FEIR ALF:4I
DR. CHEESMAN'S PILLS,
Prepared byCorneliusL. Cheeseman, M. D.,
SEW YORK CITY
THE combination of ingredients in these
1_ Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice.
They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful Menstrcations, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation or the heart, whites, all ner
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, !kn., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
T..) MARRIED LADIEZ t
Or. Cheeseman's Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
9n the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have
been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence In Pr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
There is one condition of the femate system in which the
Pills cannot be taken wslhout pioduczny a I'ECULIAR
RENULT. 2he condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the. result, MISCA RRIA GE. Such is Use irresistible ,
tendency of the uirdv-ine • restore he sexual functions to a
normal condition, Aar .ren the reproduaire power of
nature cannot reAst it.
Warranted purely vegetable, awl free Wan anything
injurious, Explicit directions , which oboold be read, ac
company cant. look Mee $l. ziout 'nail on enclosing
El to Da Comm.:tics 1. COKE_ 01,N, Iltc:s 4531, Post Office,
New York alt
SOW by et , e , e,gl3t. IL, every wine to the It:t6te6 Stritee
e/e..erti; ,a her the United Statep,
tl itroadway, New York,
76 whom ~J Wiwiertle trpierg , riordil be lee- —;
Sold iu H. r..ISbUt h: C. a SANNVAire
DAUPHIN, DAUPHIN CO., PA.
THIS well known and long established
± Hotel has again got into the hands of Charley
Rhoads, who will keep it in first class style.
Parties of all tines can be accommodated uth meals
at any hour. A good Ball Room will always he at the
service of his guests.
Thankful for the liberal pa , ronage he has received
from the citizens or air. hburg and vicinity, be respect
fully solicits a toatinuation or the same, janl
SAVE THE DRUNKARD !
HYROOT. A 'PREPARATION . FUR
THE CURE OF EIRONG DRINE.—it will not in
jure the constitution, and c ,n be given secretly without
de.ection, if desirable. Price El, and sent by mail, post
age pail!, du receipt of the price. Address
A. J. POrfr RFIELD,
Jul]. rat t-t-s* F ird Id, Adams Co.. Pa.
(\NE PLINCREON of PURE SCOTCH
wiikK j I evened aGg.l far sale by
JOHN 11. ZIEGLICIt,
junl :3 24 .rket etrs t.
• FOR SAIL.
FIFTY BARbETS AVPLES.
THIRTY BA unELS SWEE ODER.
Enquire Lt BOAS & FuR , Te.ll'S WARE DOUSE, State
and Canal Sired. J. E. CLARK.
LOST.—On Thursday last, a MUFF of
dark mink sable. It has a white string in one eud
uu a'small piece of yellow silk sewed on Mei I;iside, for
a mark. The Hader will bo rewarded by leaving it at
janl THIS OFHCIiI.
TO ALL WHO WANT IT.
SEND your address, with three cent
postage stamp, t,c I. M. MILLER,
dawn Newvitle, Pa.
NOTICE.—The Ordinance in relation to
the firing of guns, crackeia, &e., within the City
limits, will be strictly euti•reed throughout this evening
and night. Mt city police officers are hereby dire.ted,
and the constables requested, to m rest, or report, every
person found violating the said Ordinance, within the city
limits, iu order that they may be dealt with iu strict
conformity with the provisions of the said Ordinance.
WM. 11. K.K.P.NEH, Mayor.
Dec. 31, 1860.
To RENT.— From the let of April next,
a IE'REE TORY BRICK DWELLING AND OFFICE
in Second street opposite the Governor's realdenee.—
Enquire next door of
THE ATTENTION OF
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
visiting the City is called to the largest and finest
Letter, Note and Cap Papers,
Euvelope3, Sens and floldhrs,
ink, Inkstands, Pencils,
Writing Sand, ;and Boxes,
Blotting Board, and a
full variety of all kinds of STATIONERY ;'which for price
and quality cannot be excelled, at
BERGNER'S CdEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market Street.
OR RENT.-A T.FIROki BRICK
HOUSE on Walnut Street near Fifth. Possession
wen immediately. .Apply to
FROM ONE TO FIVE HUNDRED DOL
LARS BOROUGH BONDS. Also, from Ten to Fifty
snares of IJ. rri-bon Gail Stock, by
C. O. ZISMERmAN,
de24-tt No 28 .‘:ont Second Street.
EN VELOPES 1
ENVELOPES I I
Envelopes in Store!
The largest stock ever offered in this city, nom, rising
ALL SIZES, STYLES and -COLORS, and cannot, be sur
passed for LOW PRICES and GOOD QUALITY, at
BERGNER'S ()REAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market Street
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in the Post Office at Har.
risburg, Pa., Jan. I,IBEO. The list is publi, hod in
aeourdar.ce with an act of Congress in the DAILY
TELEGRAPH, it having the LARGhST circulation.
B;1, Mary Y Lawton, H
Benkler, Mrs Michael Lalevre, Buses
Black, Henrietta Lessley, Margaret
Godley, Annie E Looms, 111ary
Bernell, Elizabeth Lorger, Mary
Brightbill, earab A 111
Brooks, Vargaret Manuel, Anna
Grown, Print:olA Ann Metz, Sarah nn
C Miller, Ann
Cain, Catharine Miller, Mary
Carter, Mary Miller, 'Sarah
CaSSCI I, amends. Meyers, hia•y E
Clai k, Sydney ll P
Conrad, Hal:mall Patterson, Eunice
Conrad, Susan a
Cluck, Catharine Rickard, Margaret
Croute, Margaret Ryan, Marmara
D • S
Dougherty, Catharine E Sheridan, M try
Deer orcod, Liszte B Shearer, Samuel Mri
II Sharer, 3 .rah J
Hanna, Sarah Shick. ' Mary C
Haskins, Lydia Ann &abb, Margaret E
Hate. Sally T
Hutton, L Tabor, Elizabeth
J Thenler, It
Jackson, Elizabeth U
K. I r pdegreve, Julia
kennedy, Louha W .
Kilheifer, Mary Wenrlek, Jane E
Kuik, Hillua West. Frances
Achenbach, T Kuehn, J C
Adamson, John B
Akers. A W Lewis, J
Albright, Thos 1 illard, Raj
Allen, Mom ,s. Linn, Jacob.
Andrews, A H Long, D
Aluct, Joseph Lougenacker, A
An tCrBOO, G L Irolter, J H
Anthony. N Lyman, Gilbert
Armstrong, J S Me
B Mcßride, James
Bi.ekentoes, David McFadden, Aler.
Balsbaugh, Abr. lham McNally, Mortimer
Bartholomew, At en DI
Bell, DW Magionis, James
Berkheimer, Jesse Maloney, Patrick
Giesler, Geo Mehally, W K
Bimer, M MessersMith, Gel H
Bishop, li Mibr, II C
Black, G ..t. Miles, Joseph G
Bl.iir, W H Miller, win p
Bonet, Emory S Miller, H L
Bowman, Gee Milner, Geo B
Brady, E It. Moyer, Joseph
Brenizer, G Murphy, Thos
Brinks, A II Musser ' Wm B
Bristol, IL Myers, Lehman
lirOwn, If W Myers, - William 2
Prubaker, G M NanCo, J It
Brumbaugh, T 2 A Nemont, Harmon Jr
Baker, George Newman, Jacob
Byrnes, Thomas 0
C Oldwye, George
Caine, William P
Chi istwel I, C F / Parke, W J
Clear, W S Parker, Win
Chile, Major PattersOti, M 2
t calls, Poillo Perioingor, Fred
Cornier, Patrick Peel", Joseph
cornier, Wlll E; Pi ter, Joint
Cowper, A Ben Peti.v, Win R
Co -tier, Albert Peters, Spire
Corse, Joint B Pilaw, W Et
CurvW, Ilsnry ).'4.-3,c . i ? JOin 3
Crane, Jolla 4 ,
CI luert, Joseph Qaigtey, 'Patrick
Compton, Jacob Rn
pager s Hal 4
Denier, John litlgewerrer, David
l'eohn., Ger Rigby, Floica
Darhatd, Win IV Polder, John
ih: Rho tds, Win
On man, Christi in Reg - crimp, II
Elder, ‘arucs Robinson, Samuel
LHlinger, John R Royce, Dr 11
limbo , D L S
Eru, Johnl A 2 S.vage, C S
.IP Sehuel ior, Lorentz Rev
Fertin„ H Schrock, lieu E Al
Fink, simun P Shea r, Thos r
liac, dames Shelden, Win 1? 2
Fisher, Thomas A SiiiLlkS, :UMW
Fowlor ' Henry Suolleaberger, E H
Fr mic, Wm. Shoop, John P
Free, 1) Siegliied, Chas W
noise, V Slate, G
Frawiry, Timothy Sloan, Alfred
G Smith, Philip
Galugher, 11 Smith, G C
Goylor, John Snyder, Abraham
Giliard, L P Snyder, Darnel
Ge ger, John &will, Geo W
(Mid, James F Smyrna; J It
Goldman, Morris L steihman, CL
H Stevensou, F
Millman, George Stewart, J C
Hartman, A J Stnyrr, Daniel
Henn, Levi Straub, C M
[looser, Geol.. e Stradle, Uriah
Hummel, Harrison Sullivan, J 11 2
Duras, neerger, E T
1 Taylor, J II
Jacobs, J D Ty burn II II
Jone , , J B Heisler Trulniager, C
Junes, J F ti
Jones, B Unger, Bed min
Jones, Wm B Urieb, ;Women
Jordan, Fruit:is IV
K Wagner, Alfred
Kemble, A A Waliier, Lewis
Kissel:, J A Wenleu4.li, Henry
Kline, d - Wells, Samuel N
liobr, J C West, Jas
Kra gar, Joseph Lida, W
jeorgy Yeller, Juba
.11.cshinger, Baabeloniew Wet.kler, Frederick
Pereous ealliug for these letters will please say they
are advt rthied.
ltd GE'). W. PORTER„P 11.
ATUTIGE is hereby given that John
-low and John Wallower, Jr ,of Dauphin county,
by voluntary as,ietiment have assigned and transferred
t 3 the undersigned i.ll their property in trust for the bene
fit of their creditors. Ali persons therefore having elai.na
azalea the said John Wallower and John Wallowa - , Jr.
trading us John wallower & Son, or wiret either of
them, will present them to the undersigned, and those
indebted will make immediate payment to
WHEREAS, the Honorable Joni J.
PEARSON, (resident of the Court of Common Pleas
is the Twelfth Judicial 1 istrizt, consisting of the counties
of Lebanon and Dauphin, and the lion. A. o.llies.ter and
Hon. Felix Ni-s ley, Associate Judges in Dauphin county,
having issued their precept, bearing date the 10th day or
D.. cembor 1860, to me directed,fur holding a Court of 01 er
and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, at HARIUSIICRG, for the county of
Dauphin, and to commence on the 3d Monday or January,
being the 21st day of January, 1851, and to continue two
Not ice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Jus
tices of the Peace and Constables or the eaid county of
Dauphin, that they be then and there in their proper per
sons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with their
records, inquisitions, examinations and their own remem.
broncos, to do those things which to their office apper
tains to be done, and those st he are bound in Mogul
=ices to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall
be in the Jail of Dauphin county, be then and there to
prosecute ag Mist them as shall be just.
Given under my hand at Harrisburg, the 15th day or
December, in the year of our lord 1860, and In the eighty.
third year of the irstependeoce of the United States.
lieenivv's °nice, .1. D. BOAS,
Harrisburg, Dec. 15,1660. I
MR. A. BIIRSEr
STORAGE! STORAGE ! !
STORAGE received at the Warehouse of
FLAT STOLEN OR DRIFTED AWAY
BE SUBSCRIBER'S FLAT was miss
lug Irom ihe landing yesterday morning. If stolen,
a reward of $lO be paid for any information that
grill lead to the detection and conviction of the thief,
or If drifted away, $2 will be paid for its recovery.
de23 dtf W. K. VERBER.E.
J. R. EBY
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE
EXTRA FINE POINTED
F NEWTON'S (formerly Bagley's)
‘1,./ manufacture, warranted to be the best in material,
the finest pointed, most durable and as cheap as any
o malcet, for sale, with a variety of Gold and Silver
Cases of various sizes and prices, at
WEGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Markelstreet. .
Ilei! s soyder, Gen W
2 Thompson, Anduo
A, O. WESTER,
licsidence HarrrißbJrg, Pa.
JEWELRY, W CLIES, CLOCKS,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO.,
No. 52 MARKET ST., HARRISBURG, PA.,
Opposite 'Hotel and adjoining the Furopean ll.F.tel.
HAVING purchased the stock of E. F.
JENNINGS., and added a large essOrtment of new
JEWELRY, will sell the same at the low( st price, and
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY neatly and
promptly repaired and delivered.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & Co.
Having disposed of my stock of J,welry to . IGcd F.
Zimmerman ik Co , I cheeTfully re , ommen4 th . .m to toy
former customers as practi,al and exprqienr..d .b.
makers, and solicit for them a coutinuan,e r t al, wit,
rooage which his ben so geserrusly extended t
during the last six years. a
d e g? FLNIF.R .TE' lutvG=
YOU laittlerblaS PHESENT6 —
ANEW INVOICE Portfplios and W i -iti,
c4SO3. The best m. , sortment in the city ju-t re
celv.d at • BER •I.ER'S CHEAP BLOkd
dl9 51 arket B;re t.
011ILDREN'S, LADILS' and GENTLE
II NIVN'S CHAIRS, and a area variety of CABINET
FURNITURE sultsbfe for HOLIPAY GIFTS at reduced
prices. Alec a new lot of ConaGE FURNITURE In
se ts, or by the eioele price at
JAMES It. BOYD & SON,
29 Sooth Second Street.
Uwe CA,voh, c..ld. Hoarkeness, 1nf1u
,,,,,,W 4,0,, c-nz a. any ini alon or Sole,eis 0 -
Q:1 tr• Lie Throat, RElizze the Hacking
RI3NCHI AL Covgh in t on,saortinn, Bron
chitis, AAhma. and Catarrh,
'': CLear and giv I rtrenyh to
I) g° 0(C/tht mice of
PUBLIC spit:Amu. its,
and SINCE It S.
Few are aware of the imoonance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" iu its first stage ; that witirh in the
beginning would yield t o a mild remedy, it neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL Tit COES,"
containing demulcent ingredients, all ty Pulmonary and
"That troutle In my 'throat, (for which
fho "TROCTIee are a specific) having
made me often a mere whisperer."
N P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to i - uniic
REV. E. H. CHAPIN.
"nava proved extremely serviceable
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
"Almost ins'aht relief in the cistres3ing
,labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma."
REV. A. C. EGGIASTON.
'Contain no Opium or anyt..ing injuri
ous.' DR. A. A. HAYES,
"A simple and pleasant, combination fOr
"Beneficial in Bronchitis '•
DR. J. F. W. LANE,
"I have proved them excellent for
REV. H. W. IVARREN,
'•l3enelctal when compelled to si oat,
suffering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDERS ,, N,
1- , t. Lolls
"Effectual In removing Hoar- eness an 1
Irritation of the Throat, so tommon with
Speakers and tinder , "
Prof. M. TACY JOHNSON,
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and
rafter preaching, as they prevent
loess. From their past effvct. I Oleic they
will be of nermanent advantage to me."
REV. E. ROWI BY, A. bf
President of Athens College, Tenn.
arSold by all DrugOsu at C.v.ntS a box.
VALUABLN REAL ESTATE
1/1V ILL BE SOLD at public sale at the
European Hotel, on MONDAY, January 7, 1861, at
2 o'clock P. M., a certain LOT or PIECE OF GRoUtil
situated on Walnut Etreet in the city of Harrisburg,
twenty feet and flee inches fronting ou said Street, and
running back one hundred feut, the improvements being
a TWO STORY FRAME BUILDING with large back
By order ofrCourt. Terms 10 per cent. of the price at
the time when the property shill be scud, to be paid in
cash, balance April 1, 1861, when deed will be made.
litie Indisputable. ROBE. L. MCIENCIL,
d l 7 d3weod Cunt of ,Teo. A. Bill auehlin.
FOR THE SEASON,
Vanilla, best in market,
Pure Distilled Rose Water,
Best English Baking Soda,
Pure Cream Tartar,
Extra Pure Spioes,
Fresh Clutinary Herbs,
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
d2O 91 Market Street.
Din PE Dlusickau., 0,
Gnsimt It Co.,
MINIM & Caps,
In store and for sale by JOHN 11. ZiEGLER,
dl9 • 73 Marko] street
AUCTION ! AUCTION! !
SILVER MEDALS, Diploma and
Special Certificate, awarded to PYNE & PARR at
tue Pennsylvania and New York State Fairs for their
valuable ICE CRE hDI FREnEit AND EGG BEATER ;
and for the purpose of attending to the manufacture an t
sale of the same, W. Barr otfars for sale his large and en.
tire stock of FGRAIfUnE, STOVES, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY, and FANCY ARTICLES. In short, he will
close out Ws entire stork at Anciion ai:d Priviite Fate.
Give him a call. AUCTION EVERT EVENING.—
Auct on store Second Elreet, neat to State Canital Bi
NOTICE TO TAILORS'.
A PERSON who can give ample and
satisfactory reference of character and qnslitlea
tiom in the best establishments it Philadelphia. in which
he has been engaged as Cutter, both at Customer and
Retail trade, is derii 011 , 3 of ecnneethw himself with a
Tat lor already established, or mum iE g into partner...)lp
with tome person having funds and energy to e tabihh
a place in Harrisburg, having al‘o influental acquaint
ances who will and can exert themselves is his favor in
Harrisburg and vicinity. References required. For
further information address MECHANIC,
del4-3w 667 Barton Street. NORIO nhia.
DR. G. W. STINE being disengaged
from his duties at the Baltimore Cdlege of B.ntal
:surgery for TWO WEEMS, from Wednesday, the •36th Inst.
may be found at Ms office, on Third street, hetweea
Market and Walnut, prepared to perform all operations
pertaining to his profession.
N. 13.—Teeth mounted is the lateA impravei styles
ALL WORE WARRANTED.
I take pleasure in recommending the above gentleman
TO all my former patients of Harrisburg and vicinity, and
feel confidant that ho will perform all operations in a
scientific manner from my knowledge el his ability.
de - fl F. J. S. GORGA n. ". S.
SOYER'S SULTANANA'S SAUCE
For Hot and Cold Dishes of all Kinds.
'his most deliciont and
ioetising Sauce, invented by th
kinowned "Sown.' for the Lon.
ton Reform. Club, i, since his
N,ease, manufactured by the
tell-known hoes° of Cacase &
itACKWELL, London, from the
riginai rctape. It Is tharavorite
Luce in England, and on the
:continent, with a high and grow-.
ug reputat tot among American
epicures, a4d is much approved
f as a stimulant to the appetite
id aid to digestion.
OPINIONS OF %WV. LONDON PREsS.
"We recommend our cerrcspoutitmt to try Moss. :_-'OE
ER'S new Sauce, en duel tic ' , itiltant's &Luce. , It is
made after the Turk sh recipe ; it• flavor is excellent,
and it affords considerable aid mmes of slow and weak
"Savory, Piquant, and , worthy the genius of
"A must valuable adjunct to fl'h, Flesh, and Fowl,
and should have a place ,in :very i.ible."—Alias.
Sole Attents for the Ui.i:ed States.
G&RDNER G. YU', I IN'. CI 7 Fuitcal at. • v.,
and BRAY & Cor”1.111. kOidott.
For sale by Grocers and Fruit Dealers everyter• e...
VOIL a enverior and Cheap Tonle or
Igoog. oo , go to IMLLEWS DRUG STORL
DR. G. F. BIGELOW,