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pail g telegraph.
Thursday Afternoon, January 10, 1661.
IN PRISON AGAIN.—A hopeful youth named
John Melly, whose name has frequently figured
in our police reports, was laStnight arrested by
the Chief of Police for abusing and threatening
to do personal violence to his father—an of
fence he invariably commits when under the
influence of bad whiskey. The Mayor sent him
to jail (the lock-up being full) for a further
hearing to-day. " How sharper than a ser
pent's tooth it is to have a thankless child."
HORSE STOLEN.—Last night a hove was stolen
from the stable of Mr. Jacob Hoke, of 'Susque
hanna township, within a few miles of this
city. Some time during the night a man on
horseback applied to the bridge-keeper for per
mission to pass over, stating that he had no
money. The request being denied, the fellow
rode away. The presumption is thai he was
mounted on the stolen horse. This morn
ing the Chief of Police telegraphed to officers in
neighboring towns to keep a look-out for him.
Tim Wass. or Emu-mt.—The prayer meeting
this evening, " for the speedy conversion of the
world," will beheld in the German Reformed
Church, corner of Third and Chestnut streets.
Subject for discussion and prayer—‘‘A large
outpouring of the holy Spirit upon Bishops,
Pastors and Elders of the Churches, upon all
Seminaries of Christian learning, and upon
every Protestant Missionary among Jews or
Gentiles, upon the converts of his station, and
upon his field of labor." The exercises of the
week will close lo morrow evening.
Lams Fuwznat —The funeral of Mr. Fred
erick Hiney, whose death we announced in our
last issue, took place this afternoon, and was
very largely attended. The members of the
various Lodges of Odd Fellows, delegations
from nearly all the Fire Companies, and the
employees of the Railroad Company, partici
pated in the funeral obsequies. The Nide'
rites at the grave, in accordance with the cus
tom of Odd Fellowship, were of a very solemn
and impressive character. The deceased, cut
off in the prime of life, by accident, was an
industrious and worthy man, and highly es
teemed in the circles in which he moved.
NAME OF THE STEAM FIRE ENGINE. —The'pri
vate contributions in aid of the purchase of a
Steam Fire Engine were opened and announced
last evening, at a meeting held for that pur
pose in the hall of the Friendship house. The
largest contributor being Mrs. MARION I TERBEKE,
wife of one of our City Councilmen, her name
was formally,adcpted as that for the new steam
er, whibh will be ordered in the course of a few
weeks. The amount of the "contribution,
which is a very generouS one, and the largest
ever given by any one person in our city to a
fire company, is withheld for the present by
Alarm Ssnmos.—By special request of nu
merous friends of Rev. T. H. Ronnisoa, of the
new school Presbyterian church, we shall pub
lish in the TELEGRAPH, to-morrow, the very
able and interesting "Annual Sermon" deliv
ered by that gentleman on Sunday evening
last, in accordance with a custom which he
has observed since his first connection with
the congregation of which he is the esteemed
Associate Pastor. This sermon, based upon the
text, "The Lord hatli made all things for Him
self," is devoted mainly to a review of the
past year. Here, where Mr. ROBINSON'S ability
as a preacher is so well known and highly ap
preciated, no feeble word of praise from us is
required to commend the sermon to general
perusal. We may remark, en peasant, that no
one can rise from its careful reading without
being interested, instructed and profited. An
extra edition of to-morrow's TELEGRAPH will be
issued, for the accommodation of persons de
siring copies to send to their friends.
A &ow= OF COMPLIMENTS.-OUT clever and
intense Republican friend, Mr. German Bonn,
recently elected to the position of Assistant
Doorkeeper in the Senate, has been handsomely
complimented by the papers in his district, of
all political parties—an evidence of the personal
popularity be deservedly enjoys among those
who know him best. He was the !nester spirit
of the Wide-Awake movement in Williamsport,
and performed herculean labor for the party
during the last campaign. The Lycoming Ga
zette, the home organ of Gov. Packer, which is
very sparing of its compliments to political
opponents, says: "The Republicans showed
goodsense in electing George. He carried his
lamp as often and as gracefully as any Wide-
Awake, last fall, and earned a party recogni
tion. Beside that, he will make a good officer."
Of course 1 And he will be on hand next fall
to help "lay out" the 'Gazette's party in old
Lycoming, as he has done in previous cam
paigns. "Bully for him."
PROCEEDINGS Quesnim.—A few days ago Mr.
Charles S. Seglebaum, proprietor of a clothing
store in Jones Row, was arrested on a charge
of violating an ordinance, enacted in 1849,
(published in a late issue of this paper), pro
hibiting the obstruction of pavements. A
hearing of the case took place before the May
or, and the charge being fully sustained,Mr. Se
glebaum was ordered to pay five dolkasfine and
costs, amounting in the aggregate to nearly
nine dollars. Subsequent investigation revealed
• the fact that the ordinance under which Mr.
• Seglebaum was arraigned had been repealed
several years ago, whereupon the proceedings
against him were quashed. A large number of
iordinances enacted during the last ten or twelve
years, have never been published ; and the lo
cal laws generally are in such a confused condi-
A ton, that it is impossible for the Mayor to act
;;;,intelligently on complaints brought before him.
The musty old documents should be thorough
ly overhauled, the ordinances revised, and a
' new statute book published, in order that the
Mayor may act without embarrassment, and'
the people of our city know by what kind of
..-lavat they are governed.
THE Mourn Pau, of a brass horn was found
in front of this office last evening. The owner
is requested to call for it.
Tom Thum Namur. Mamma will be held in
the Presbyterian Church, corner of Market
Square, to-morrow afternoon, commencing at
four o'clock, as usual.
Musram—Arrangements are in progress for
a grand vocal and instrumental concert, to be
given in'the St. Lawrence Church, Front street,
on Tuesday evening the 22d inst. Some of
the most accomplished lady and gentlemen
amateur musicians in our city have volunteered
their services for the occasion, and a very pleas
ant and entertaining ,soiree may be anticipated.
The programme, which is an unusually at
tractive one, will be found in our advertising
Tom THUMB COMM.—The numerous friends
of the original General Tom Thumb, the small
est man living, will be pleased to hear that he
designs giving a series of entertainments in this
city shortly. Among other features, the Gen
eral will ride in his miniature carriage, drawn
by Lilliputian ponies, from the Jones House to
Brant's Hall, previous to each entertainment,
afternoon and evening. The General is a great
fevorite wherever he goes, and will attract
large audiences in Harrisburg. The little folks,
especially, will visit him in crowds.
SUIT 808 DAMAOIII.-Mr. Charles A. Bann
vart, proprietor of a drug store in Jones Row,
made complaint , to the Mayor against his neigh
bor, Charles S. Segelbaum, for annoyance and
inconvenience, caused by the latter obstructing
complainant's window and pavement with store
boxes. A suit was brought for damages, and
the Mayor appointed seven o'clock last evening
as the time for a hearing of the case. Before
the arrival of the hour designated, however,
the parties amicably "compromised," and the
suit was withdrawn. Sensible !
BRAD. Ir.—We, publish on the first page of
th;s evening's TELEGRAPH the famous Procla
mation of General Andrew Jackson to the South
Carolina Nullifiers in 1832. It is a document
admirably adapted to the present crisis, when
traitors threaten to overturn the government,
as they did twenty-eight years ago. This docu
ment, breathing as it does sentiments of the
purest patriotism and devotion to the Union,
should be carefully perused by every man into
whose hands it may fall, and the paper con
taining it preserved for future reference.
THE Iniummertox.—This morning Mr. Huhn,
of Schuylkill, offered a resolution in the House,
extending a cordial invitation to "all citizens,
societies, and organizations of citizens, to parti
cipate in the inauguration ceremonies of the
Governor," on Tuesday next. The resolution
was ably advocated by the mover, Mr. Hulm,
Mr. Patterson, ; Mr. Gordon and Mr. Williams ;
and opposed by the members of the committee
of arrangements, Messrs. Irwin and Seltzer,
and others. Aftet a lengthy debate the reso-
lution was postponed for the present, and the
committee requested to report their action to
the House as soon as pra4icable. So far as re
gards the Wide-Awakes, none of them will be
in attendance as equipped' organizations.
Exammox Tic:sm.—For the accommodation
of persons desiring to attend the inauguration
of Governor Curtin next Tuesday, excursion
tickets at reduced rates of fare will be issued by
the officers of all the Railways leading to the
Capital. From present indications the city
will be thronged with people ; and we shall be
disappointed in our expectations if the number
does not greatly exceed that assembled here on
any former similar occasion. The probability
is that Many of the visitors will not be able to
procure hotel accommodations ; in Which event
we trust our citizens will exercise that generous
hospitality which has always characterized
them on such occasions.
Tam On REGlint.—The oil fever in the west
ern portion of this State seems to increase with
every new discovery. A Meadville paper says
several gentleman who recently made a pil
grimage to Mecca, in that county, state that at
least fifteen hundred holes have been sunk,
many of them producing more or less oil.—
Over one hundred steam engines are at work
pumping oil and water, producing immense
quantifies of the latter, with a fair proportion
of the former. One gentleman says Mecca re
minds him of a good sized country village on
the Fourth of July—town full of people run
ning to and fro to "see the sights." No
doubt the place is worthy of a visit to see
what's doing, if nothing more. Guess we'll
migrate, by way of recreation.
Thom= Poraos.—Some weeks ago the City
Council passed an ordinance authorizing the
appointment of three persons, by each of the
fire companies, to act as special police o fficers
for the protection of property from dama ge and
thieves, in times of conflagration, and to be
under the supervision of the Mayor, &c.. So far
as we are aware, no action has been taken in
the matter by any portion of the fire depart
ment ; for the reason, we presume, that Conn
cil made no provision for the payment of such
special protective officers. No doubt our fire
men would cheerfully comply with the ordi
nance, it properly remunerated for their ser
vices. We make a suggestion to this effect, and
commend it to the 'Consideration of our City.
Fathers at their next meeting.
GRAND Pr/tenon= Duns-K.—One of the at
tractive features of the inauguration festivities
next Tuesday evening, will be a grand display
of Fire Works, -by the celebrated Pyrotechnist,
Mr. Samuel Jackson, of Philadelphia. Th e
exhibition is to consist of seven beautiful pieces,
representing Stars, Revolving Globes, Mines of
Serpents, l3ombehells; Batteries, Sky Rockets,
and a Grand Figure, ending with a Flight of
Rockets emblematic of the Thirteen Original
States.. The closing figure will be a represent
ation of the American Shield displaying the
name of ANDREW G. Crams, Governor of the
State. The display will be the most magnifi
cent of the kind ever witnessed in our city.—
Mr. Jackson expects to arrive here on Monday
morning to retake the necessary arrangements,
and the hour and'place for the e2ddhition will
be tuulounced.in therrataanta of that evening.
flamovinania Oak) elegrapli, fribag Ittanoott, Ifattuarp 11 1861.
ARRIVAL OF GOVERNOR Como. —We are ad
vised that the Governor elect, Mr. Coma, will
reach the Capital to-morrow evening, and stop
at the Jones House, where quarters have been
prepared for him.
EDITORS or TELEGRAPH :—Dr. John Curwen,
Superintendent of the Lunatic Hospital, was re
elected on yesterday for another term by the
unanimous vote of the Trustees. Three guns
were fired last evening in honor of his election.
SZSVIOES PUMMEL—The Zouaves, of, Pitts
burgh, having tendered their services to, Col.
Curtin, Governor elect of this Rate, their
commander has, received answer that their
tender will be filed on the arrival of the Gov
ernor at Harrisburg—that though he hopes
there will be no need for their , services, should
necessity arise they will be called upon.
TROOPS COMM.—The troops ordered. from
Fort Leavenworth to Fort N'Henry, which left
the former place on Wednesday =caning, com
prising two hundred and fifty men, and nearly
the same number of horses, will reach this city
over the Pennsylvania Railroad, about sir.
o'clock to-morrow morning, and remain here
until the departure of the Baltimore train.
Those of our citizens who wish to see a fine
looking body of Uncle Sam's soldiers, shouldbe
at the depot in season.
M. COWAN AT HOME.—On Tuesday night
last, on the - return. of Mr. Cowan, United States
Senator elect, to his home in Greensburg, a
large crowd was at the depot to welcome him•
and testify their appreciation of the honor con
ferred on one whom they felt confident would
sustain the high reputation which he now bears.
Mr. C. was enthuaiastically received and (a
band of music, in attendance) •escorted to his
residence, where he received the congratulations
of his friends, and after thanking them for their
kind welcome, retired,. and the crowd dispersed.
A Ftmr, Loos Us.—Seven voluntary lodgers
occupied the lock-np last pipit. Henry Hart,
Frederick Mouders, Daniel Gouldy, and the two'
"revolvers" who_ lodged there the night pre
vious, all ocoupied the .male apartment of the
institution. A blind man, named Marshill,
and his wife, lodged in the apartment allotted
to females. This morning they '
out, to resume_their professional opperations on
the street, and to-night will no doubt find all
of them again seeking the friendly shelter of
the asylum for vagrants.
CAvar Is.—The foot-walk on Third street
across Blackberry alley partially caved in yes
terday. The Chief of Police immediately noti
fied ;the Supervisor of the district, whe pro
mised to have the damage repaired. In this
connection we again take occasion to remind
citizens that there is a "complaint book" at
the Mayor's office, in which all persons can re
gister their complaints of nuisance,
of, municipal laws, etc., in the temporary ab
sence of the proper officer, who will promptly'
attend to all matters thus brought to his notice.
Juirmau T la vu.—This forenoon two lads,
young in years but old in crime, Christian SpaYd:
and John Sexton, stole three dozen eggs from
the wagon of a countryman, named John Stop
fell. The former was captured by officer Wick
ert and taken before Alderman Kline who com
mitted him for trial. Sexton managed to escape
and is still at large. These lads were "ladled"
on a former occasion for stealing iron from Mr.
Cox's steam saw mill, and it is supposed that
they have operated extensively in market
for some months past, in connection with other
TICE SONS 07 MALTA. —The State Convention
of the Sons of Malta was held in Philadelphia
city on Wednesday. afternoon. A permanent
organisation was effected by the selection of the
following officers :
For Grand Commander—Charles P. Mahlon
berg, of Montezuma Lodge, of Beading.
For V. G. C.—Daniel C. Mudge, of Minne
baba Lodge, of Philadelphia.
For Grand Chancellor—George L. Fried, of
For Grand Treasurer—John Goforth; of Min
For Grand Secretary—Horace L.Petereon, of
For Grand Master-at-Arms—John. H. Heck-,
man, of Wyoming Lodge, of Easton.
For Grand Sentinel—Christian Stolz, of
After the usual business, the Convention
adjourned to meet at Reading in June next..
ArPracanws son Psancet Itsrumm-,A few days
ago Senator Penny and Representatives Doug
lass and Burns, of Allegheny county, called on.
Governor Packer and presented a strong petition,
backed by their personal influence, in favor pf
the pardon of John Lutz, the murderer, now
confined in the jail of that county. The Gov
ernor is reported to have replied that he had
done•all for Lutz that he would ever do, and
that he would hand over to his successor in
office all the papers connected with his case, to
do with them as he thought proper; and-if
petitions were presented to himaigned by every
citizen of Allegheny county, he would not in
terpose any further his clemency. • He also as
serted his determination to pardon no i)rtiOrx
during the remainder of his term of °Mee.—
Over thirty applications for pardon are nOvr in
the hands of the Governor, from Allegheny
county alone, all of - which he intends pass inii"
over to his successor. •
Sur THOIISAND Domans Wows of new goods_
from 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 oiler which cannot fail to
please : 2,000 yards the 'best Delaines at 20 and
21 cts.; 4,000 yards of Calicos at '8 and 10 cts.;.
600 woolen Hoods for 87 and 60 cts., very.
cheap ; 600 pair of gentle nen's woolen Socks .
at 12 and 15 cts.; 60 dc ia. 'Undershirts and
Drawers at 60, 62 and 75 .cts,; 1,000 pairs of
ladies Stockings at 12 and 1.5 cts.; 10 pieces of
Black Cloth for Cloz;ks ; a large meortment of
ladies' and gents' Gloves„ and a great many
goods. To those who buy-to sell again a lib%ral
discount will be made„ S. Law; at, Rhoad's
FRIDAY, Jau. 11, 1861.
Tile Semite met at 11 o'clock.
The Journal being partly read,
On motion of Mr. .M'CLURE, the further
reading of the mime was dispensed with.
PETITI9NB, REMONSTRANCES, &C., PRESENTED
Mr. NICHOLS presented ten petitions from
citizens of the city of Philadelphia, praying
for' the repeal of the 95th and 96th sections
Of the revised penal code.
Referred to the Judiciary CoMmittee.
Mr. SMITH presented sundry petitions from
citizens of this Commonwealth, asking for .a
law to be passed, rendering counties in which
the xeicue of fugitive slaYes occur liable.
- Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
Also, sundry otherpetitions in relation to our
national troubles. .
Referred.to the. committee.
Also, by request, the memorial of Ellen E.
Wells, of-Philadelphia, aiking.for a divorce.
Referred to the same committee.
Mr.` CONNELL presented - ten petitions pray
ing Air the repeal of ,the 95th and 96th sec
tions of 'the revised penal code.
Referred to the same committee.
Also the memorial and remonstrance of Wil
liam A. Crabb, a citizen '
property owner and
tax-payer of the city of Philadelphia, and for
eighteen years a member of the State Senate
of Pennsylvania, remonstrating against the
Legislature granting any'aid, appropriation or
support to an institution or concern generally
called the Farmers' High School of Pennsylva
nia, located in Centre county.
Referred to the Committee on Finance
Mr. PARKER presented sundry petitions for
the repeal of the 95th and 96th sections of the
Revised Penal Code.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
Also, a petition signed by citizens of Lycom
ing county, praying for a law authorizing the
erection of a boom at or near Jersey Shore, in
Referred to the Committe on Canals and In,
Mr. THOMPSON presented petitions signed
by citizens. of Montgomery county, asking for
the repeal of certain sections of the Revised Pe
Referred to the Judiciary Committee
Xr.c'CLYMER presented a petition of ;the
vestry of the German Evangelical Lutheran
Saint JOhn's congregation of the city of Read
ing,.praying for axt act confirming their title to
certain real estate.
Referred to the Committee on Estates and
Mr. GREGG presented a petition signed by
citizens of Philadelphia, fore the repeal ,of the
96th and 96th sections of the Penal Code.
Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.
Mr. M'CLURE presented a petition of citizens
of Lycoming county, asking for a boom at Jer
sey Shore, in Said county.
Referred tacommittee on Canals and Inland
REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTIFS
Kr. WELSH, from the Finance Committee,.
reported, as committed, a bill entitled "An
Act relative to the accounts of the Delaware
and Hudson Canal oempany."
Mr. FULLER, from the Cotnnattee to Com
pare Bills, roade a report, - which was read and
recorded in the journal.
BILLS IN PLACID
Mr. BLOOD, read in his place and presented
to thiChairra - bill, entitled ''an Act to annul
the marriage contract between Hugh Downing
and Mary his wife.
Referred to committee on Judiciary.
Also, an Act 'to establish a ferry across the
Clarion river in Jefferson and Forest counties.
Referred to committee on Canals and Inland
navigatitie — !'''' •
TOIRT ItsgowrroNs Itn&ITSI9 TO THE Ka.t.ITIM6IIOB
OP TR6 CONSTITUTION AND TSB UNION
The several resolutions and amendments on
this subject were debated atgreat length till
the hour,of adjournment.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES
DR. OHEESMAN'S PILLS;
Prepared by'Cornelius L. Cheeseman, M. D.,
HEW YORK CITY.
TIER combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result'of a long and 'Clidenetre practice.
They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painiul Illeastruations, removing all ob.
almoner's, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous anatomy hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limba, bac., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
Dr. Cheesemates Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
en the refinthirperied with regularity. Ladies who have
been disalOntedin the nse of. other Pills can place the
utmost eonfidence in Dr. Cheesepian's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
-27 we is one =Mon of fhe femaiesystem in which Use
Piaci cannot be taken without producany a PECT/LL4I2
RESULT. The condition referred to u PREGNAIVOY—
there a ‘14...11120.413R1AGE. Such is the irresisktai
tendency of the medscine to restore he sexual functiceu to a
normal condition, thin . , even the reproductive patio of
nature cannot maul r
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from Anything .
injurious, . Explicit directions, which should be read, ac
company each box. Price K. Sent-by mail on enclosing
Sl'to Cinnamon L. Ommannems, Box 4,4.81, Post Office,
New York City. , .
' Solikby onel: nest In everytown Lathe United States
• R. B. Emmallos,
General Agent for the United States,
• 14 Broad Way, New York,
o whom 6E Whole-We orders should be attddr•aced.
Sold in Haniabtirg by O.' A. Bewaiiiiwt.
l iff r Oon'S MS= • iiktistaßATlVD.—RMOng all
preparations for the hair that have been introduced as
infallible, none has ever given the satisfaction or gained
the popularity that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative now
has. ills Restorative has passed the ordealof innumer
'able fashionable tenets, and the ladies, wherever they
have'tested. it, 'Renounce it a peerlees aitiele. They
Had, wliereierthey have 'tested It, pronounce it a peer
less article.,They find, where the hair is thinned, that
it creates resh growth—that it fully restores the Ve
getative power of the roots on the denuded places, and
causes;the fibres to shoot forth anew—that' tt dissolves
and removes dandruff, prevents grayness, restores the
„bait to itsoriginal-color when. grayness 1111/3 actually sow
pervened, gives a rich lustre, imparts the softness and
flexibility of silk to the hair, and keeps it always Mari
sa, healthy and in fill vigor.—"N. Y. Tribune."
Sold by all respectable Druggists de2l
, 11§f'WE call the attention of 'Mir readers to an
arbole advertised in another column, called Mom Foon
It is an entirely new discovery, andmustnothe confound. '
ed with any of 'the numerous patent medicines of the
day. It is food for the blood, already prepared for ab,
sorption; pleasant to the taste and natural in actiop, and
what one gains lie retains. Let all those, then, who are
Buffeting from poverty, impurity or deficiency of blood,
and consequently with some chronic disease or ailment,
take of this BLOOD Foon and be restored to health. We
notice that our Druggishahave received a supply of this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. Emir's la.
EMILE CORDIAL, *YAM every mother should lava. It
is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind
whatever, and of coarse meat beluvaluable for all infan
tile complaints. It is also said that it will allay all pain,
and Soften the gums in process of teething, and at the
same time regulate. the bowels. Let all ,mothers and
nfurses, aiho have jOndured 'anxious days and 'sleepless
n glitz, prepare a supply and bi enema relieved..
/a-See advertisement: ' au2-tfebt
For sale by C. A. Bannvart, sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa
PROF: ADOLPH P. TEUPSER.
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patrons and the public generally, that he will
'emotions to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME,
•LtSDEON, VIOLIN and also in , the science of THOROUGH
BAWL He will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at their
homes at any hour desired, or lessons will be given at
his residence; in 'fbird street, a few doors belew the
German fieihrmed Church. declt-dtf
AUGUSTINE L. (MAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Residence No. 27 Aorth Second & r ed.
N. B-JOBBISG ATIENDELD TO.
.F 9R a Su p erior Land Cheapiirabke co.
Ci aikdbili go ULM'S MR irivia.
WHITE HALL RESTAURANT.
THE UNDERSIGNED has taken the Res
taaran under the White Hall, in Market street,
where be is prepared to serve OYSTERS IN EVERY
STYLE, Game in season; and every.delicacy that can be
PHILADELPHIA AND BEADING _ALE on draught, and
a general variety of the choicest Liquors. Call and see.
jan3-dlw GEORGE SHuLTHEIS.
A BOOK. FOR TEE MILES
THE LIFE OF
BY JAMES PARTON,
AIITHOIt OF UPS AND TIMM OF AARON BMA ha
S vols. 8 vo. Steel Portraits. Price $2 50perdoL
Cloth, $3 cheep, and $4 ball-Calf.
SOLD BY SIJESORIPTION ONLY.
MASON MOTHERS = Publishers, New York.
THE publishers take pleasure in an
nouncing, the great success or this work, on which
Mr. Parton has been for several years engaged. The
volumes already published have been received With
great enthusiasm by the public and the press, and the
increases to the end of the biography. The third
'volume is now ready, completing the work.
In the present crisis, When the terrible evils whisk
Jackson met so promptly, firmly yet temperately, again
threatens to destroy us as a nation, this most impartial,
thorough and excitirg biography of this wonderful man
must possess extraordnary interest to every lover of his
country. He who would understand the politics of to-day
must make himself familiar with . the career of Andrew
Jackson; and especially must know the history of his ad
ministration. How well Mr. Parton has related this, as
wallas the rest el Jackson's career, the Press abundantly
testifies. J. P. STRASBAUGH,
Agent for Dauphin and adjoining counties
DAUPHIN, DAUPHIN C 9., 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 kinds can be accommodated with meals
at any hour. A good Ball Room will always be at the
service of his guests. -
Thankful for the liberal patronage be has received
from the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity, he respect
fully solicits a continuation or the same jahl
(INT PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
wiusiatjust received and for sale by
JOHN H. MALE;
janl 73 Market Street,
WANTED. -AN ACTIVE, AND RE
SPECTABLE WitMAN for Chambermakt . at the
White Halt Hotel,-in Market street opposite the Court
SEVERAL COMFORTABLE DWELLING
HOUSSB in different parti of this city. Stab iing at
-teceect to some of. them. Poaession given the fir. 4 of
- April neat. (j2-3m) . CHAS. C. SAWN.
OATS ! OATS 1 !
2900 0 rixa S e il lot, L co S r ea . O le N cer H y fPr . css,l - ,
Lky - JAS. WRICCLER -
Deaner in Coal, Wood', Pdwder, arc;
Sir All coal delivered and weig: ed at consumers dOOl.
Hy .lie Pplent:Wei.tti-Criruf. Priois to ladt, the timee.—
Whoiestile an t Retail. ' ' jso2
FOR RENT._ Store Room No: 13
,West Market Street. ro.isestien giveO 'e,ther frin
ntediately or on the Ist of April. This is u goon business
staud, and will be rented cheap. .
LIQUoRS AT GUST
HHAVING concluded to discontinue the
ensiness. we eller our large and complete assort
went of FINN When, B }AMU. e, and liquors of every Oa
scription at cost without reserve.
WM. DOCK JR. &CO.
• jet 32 - polite the Court }Ripe.
M M CA NT AL. IA •
DR. D. W. JONES,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, HARRISBURG, PA.
ITAS . - noir permanently located theie,
and may be consulted on all diseases, but more
particularly diseases of a private nature , such as don.,
orrho* Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness and Dys
pepsia, liier Complaint, Giddiness, Dimness of Sight
Pain in the Head, Ringing In Ear, Palpitation of the
Heart, Pain in the Bae'r mid Limbs, Female Complaints,
and, all derangement of the gentle organs. Dr., JONES
will guarantee a perfect rastoraton with such mild and
balmy juices, of herbs , that will carry out disease in place
of throwing it back upon the constitution. All diseases
of the Kidneys and Bladder speedily cured. A eure
warranted or no charge—mild cases cured Mfrom three
'to five days.
TAKEIT IN TIME:
This is one of 1$ most horrid of all diseases if not im
mediately, cured. Makes its appearance in sores and
eruptions over the whole bony, and the throat becomes
ulcerated. The victim of this disease becomes a horrible
object till death.puts an end to his suffering. To such.
Dr. JONES offers the safest and . most sure remedies in
America. There are persons in Harrisburg can testify
he cored them after all other treatment failed.
Dr. JONkS offers a remedy to prevent the infection of
such dangerous diseases. It is a certain remedy if used
according to direction and without the least injury to the
Dr. JONES may be consulted personally or by letter,
describing all symptoms, or, if desired, be will commit
with patients at their residence, advice gratis.
Dr. JONES has private consulting room% please ring
the bill. at the ladies.entrince. . The remedies used by
pr.; JONES need-no change of diet or hindrance trues be.
Eiden All letteri must contain'e. stamp to umbra an
answer. Address - - - D.F.. D. W. JONES,
. _ Franklin House, Harrisburg, 'Pa:
VROMPONE TO: IVE HUNDRED DOL.
11 LABS BOROUGH tiOND3. Also, from Ten to Fifty
sham of Harrisburg Gas Stock, by
10. 0. ZIMBIERMAN,
de2ftf No. 28 South. Second Street
SOYER'S SULTANANA'S SAUCE
For Hot and Cold Dishes of all Kinds.
Ist delicious and
Sauce, inventedby th
"sorsa,' for the Lon
zni Club, is, since his,
manufactured by the,
twn house of Camas If
in, London, from the
ecipe. Itis the favorite
England, and on the
t, with a high and grow,
taVen among Americian
is_ much approved
;umulant to the appetite
OPINIONS OF.THE LONDON PRESS.
"We recommend our correspondent to try - Mors. SoY
Ears new Sauce, entitled the 'Sultana's Sauce,' It is
made atter the Turkish recipe s its flavor is excellent,
and it affords considerable aid in cases of slow and weak
"Savory, Piquant, and Spicy, worthy the genius of
• "A most valuable adjunct to.Fisb, [Flesh, and Fowl,
and should have a place on every table.'"-Atha. -
Sole Agents for the United States.
GARDNEIt G. YIIEUN, 211 Felton et_ N. Y.
and BRAY &BAITS, 34 Gornhill, Boston..
For sale by Grocers and Fruit Dealers everywhere.'
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER ,
*GENT - FOR ALL. POWDER. AND FUSE
• • MANUFACTURED BY •
8. L DUPONT DE NNMOURti & CO., •
Wilmington, Del: "
`I4Q" A large supply always on hand. For Sale at 11111.11
utarturerts prices. Magazine two miles below town. •
gilr Orders , received at Warehouse. -'
— FiMPTY BOTTLES 1 ' • •
ILI' Of all aura and deacriptiots torsald"toirily
WM. DOCK &
Cure dough, Co ld, Hoarseness, infiu-
PW 4I .„ anue, any irrHattbs Soreneu of
4 2) ' the Throat, g o e , l s ieve the Hacking
B RONG H I A L C gts., i 2stkrCkstarrA,
4) 0 CC \ <C'
C Y Clear and giro strength to
. Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" to ita first stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. " BROWN'S BRONCHIAL macaws,.
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
"That trouble in my Throat,(for which
the IorROCHES" are a specific) having
made me often a mere whisperer."
N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Public
E. H. CIIIAPIN.
“Have proved extremely serviceable
REV. HENRY WARD BIKECHER.
“Almost instant relief in the distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Atutima.”
REV. A. O. EGGLESTON.
"Contain no Opium or an Wiwi.
o" DR. A. A HAT ES
, simple "
and pleasant combination for
DR. G. F..DIGELOW,
•'Benefloial in Bronohltia
DR. J. F. W. TANA
i<l,bave proved them ormdlent for
REV. H. W. WARREN,
"Beneficial when compelled to speak,
suffering from Cold."
• HEY. S. J. F. ANDERSON,
al in removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
Speakers and Singers."'
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON,
La Grange, GM.
Teacher of Nordo,.Sonthern
"Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent hoarse
ness. From their past effect, I think they
will be of permanent advantage to me.”
REV. E. ROWLNY, A. kr,
President of Athens College, Tenn.
Sargold by all Druggists at hi centaabor.
. ,FANCY ;',3OODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO.,
No. 52'31.ARKET ST., HARRISBURG, PA.,
OppimiteHeres Hotel and adjoining the European Hotel.
HAVING purchased the stock of E. F.
JENNINGS, and added a large assortment of new
JEWELRY, we will sell the same at the lowestprtce, and
solicit patronage. •
• WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY neatly and
promptly repaired and delivered:
ALFRED F. am sgsareN &
Having disposed of my stock of Jewelry to Alfred F.
Zitameireem & Co , I chentfully recommenl them to my
former customers as practical and experienced Watch
maker; and solicit for them a- continuance of the•pat.
ropage which has been so genercusly extended to me
during the Last Mx years.
de2T ELMER P. JR‘INTNGS,
Vanilla, beat in market,
Para Distilled Rose Water,
Best-English Baking Soda,
.• • Pura Cream Tartar,
Extra Bare Spines
Fresh Culinary nabs.
KELLER'S DR ITE STORE,
d2O. 91 Marker street.
• CiIAMI'AGNE WINES.
D.. D. -
REDD= & co. '
ha store and for tale by [JOHN It ,ZfEbLER,
dig - 7a Itf.rk.. , ..treet,
AUCTION! ME D ALS, !
rPWCI SILVER . Diploma and
SpeOhi dcriificate, awarded to PYNE & BARR at
the Peoeeyivaula and New York State Fairs fer their
valaable ICE CREAM FREEZER AND EBB BEATERO
and for the purpose of attending, o the manufacture and
sate or the same, W. Barr offers for sale his /ergs dad en
tire stock of PORN' rum, STOVES, WATCH M, moms,
JEWELRY, and FANCY ARITCLES. In short, he will
close out his entire stock at Auction and Private Sate.
Give him a call. AUCTION EFICRT BTENINO.—
Auct'on store Second street, nest to State Canital Bank
de22.tf W. BARR..
NOTICE TO TAILORS.
PERSON who can give ample and
satisfaCtory reference of character and qualifica
tions in the best establishments in Philadelphia, in which
he pas been engaged as Cutter, both at Customer and
Retail trade, is desirous of connecting himself with a
Tai for already establlshe di . or entering into partnership
with - tome person haviitettuids arulenergy to establish
a place in Harrisbut:g t having also Mtluentlal acquaint
ances who will and: ran*.evt, themselves is his, favor in
Harrisburg and TidiliV.` 'ReferellCO2 retplired. For
further infbruuttion address MECHANIC,
del4-3w , 667 Barton Street, Philadelphia,
URS ! FURST 1 .FURS! 11
ALARGE LOT OF ALL KINI)S, at very
low prices, received this morning at
Next to the Hariisburg Batik,
UNDERVEMTS, all kinds.
GEWITEMENS' DRA WERE all kinds.
SPLENDID LOT OF HOSIERY, all' kinds.
A LARGE STOCK OF GENTS GLOVES, all kinds.
GENTLEMEN'S, SaAWLS, ail kinds.
CRAVATS AND SUSPENDERS, all kinds.
HANDEIERCHIEFROME AND' LTIVEN, all kinds.
CLOTHS ANT) CAST' ERES; in great variety.
For good. and dam p Goods in "NEES' WEAR," nail at
del . 'Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
JOHN B. sbUTH'Ef
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORKER SECOND AND WALNUT STSi ., ,
ALWAYS on band a lare assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &c., of the very bast
'notifies for ladies, gentlemen, and eldidrens , wear.—
Prices to • suit the times. All kinds'of WORK MADE TO
ORDER in the beat style by superior workmen '
REPAIRING done at abort notice.
oetl6-dtf JOHN B. SMITH, Harvisbur
FLAT STOLEN OR , DRLITTRIIAWAY
PEE SUBSCRIBER'S FLAT 'ishis • miss.
log from the landing yesterday mernine If stolen,
a reward of $lO will be paid for , any, Mformation that
shall lead to the detection and conviction, of ; the thief,
or if drifted away, 82 *ill he paid for_itb recoTery.
• de23-dif • W. K. VEBBEKE.
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOGI;CSTGRE,
51 MARKET STREET 4
IS THE CHE APEST PLACE IN THE CITY
• TO GET
Comprising all the vationa • • ,2
• REA.DING AND SPELLING BOOR'S, • ,
• DICTIONARIES, 'HL9TOREES,
all the•SCHOOL BOORS used in the various trublle and
Private Rhoda of taa city. %gather tudth t
COPY AND COMPOSITION . Boogs •
• LE2TER, CAP atid NOTE'PIREN, "-
BLANK BOOKS, SLATES ,
•• 'LEAD:AND S.llAimr..garcir4
PENs ND HOL DEP ,
INKSTANDS „1? UL BIAS and
the meat complete asaortment of SEEML STATIONARY
constantly on hand ind.tersale arlip LOWEST PRIUJ
OP' AWE PLl.OlOli the city. at _
BERGNER'S firmaP 800 '1551 . 0RE,
51 Market *rem.
'ssfelberal discounts made to teaikera amt desderd.
• - Any artibla not on hand promptly fernlike& without
extra; °barer,. , . • . pe.n94
fjrlik,NB' VALLEY islIT COAL I—For
-114, Bala gt Slt 04 per ,too.
Zir ALL COAL paLITFRED Blr PATEN'S
Jab= M. WILMER.
gir Coal tightwad from both yards. watt