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Monday Afternoon, January 14 1861.
&scrim OF OFFIOSIM—The Friendship Fire
Company will hold a stated meeting this even
ing, to elect officers for the ensuing year, and
transact other important business.
CAME Tams.—A long train of stock care,
containing several hundred hogs, rsheep and
horned cattle arrived here on Saturday night,
from the West, and left yeaterday afternoon
over the Lebanon Valley Railroad en route for
New York city.
Ica Bomm.—We learn that a number of load
ed boats, on their return trips; overtaken by
the cold snap, are frozen up at various points
along the line of the "raging canawl," where
it is likely they will remain for the balance of
VINE STREET METHODIST CHUROII.—The pro
tracted meeting in this church, commenced
two or three weeks ago, continues in successful
progress, and much good has been done. Rev.
J. L Heysinger, of Lancaster, will preach this
and to-morrow evenings, services to commence
at quarter past seven o'cloOk..
New Mosto.—We are indebted to Mr. 0. B.
C. Carter for several pieces of new and popular
music, from the publishing house of Oliver,
Ditsen & Co., Boston. In tbis connection we
may remark that Mr. Carter's stock of sheet
music and musical instruments cannot be ex
celled by any house in the country.
Sun TO TNT Hosprm.—The insane man
arrested on Saturday for the robbery of a horse
from Mr. Hoffman, and a sleigh and harness
from Mr. Hoke, and committed to prison, was
subsequently identified as an escaped lunatic
from the State Hospital near this city. He
was returned to that institution:
IN Tits Loos-Up.—One Charles Btotson, of
Cleveland, arrived here yesterday on his return
from Boston. Ee could get no work by the
way, was out of money, and voluntarily sought
shelter in the asylum for vagrants. The only
other inmate of the institution was an "old
stager" who had been there three times pre
viously. The Mayor threatened to send the
nameless victim of tanglefoot to prison, if he
appeared before him again.
THE PROPIM COMING.—The various Railroad
trains to-day brought to this city a great many
strangers, who come hither to witness the
ceremonies incident to the inauguration of the
new Republican Governor. The trains to-night
will bring large accessions to the crowd already
here, so that to-morrow our hotels will be filled
to overflowing, and their proprietors reap a
rich pecuniary harvest.
SONDAr SHATIM —A large number of juve
niles amused themselves yesterday by skating
on the canal. No doubt the youth who thu s
desecrated the Holy Sabbath had read our az._
tide on this subject in a recent issue of the
TZLI.GRAPII, for when the Chief of Police made
his appearance among them there was a gen
eral stampede in all directions, some of them
not taking time to unbuckle their skates. A
fearful responsibility rests upon parents who
permit their children to spend the Sabbath in
sinful amusements, instead of sending them to
church and Sunday school. We have had
thousands of illustrations, good and bad, of the
truth of the old couplet, that— '
Just lu3 the twig Is bent
The tree's inclined.
INAVGITJBATION Rms.—The ball of the Hope
Fire Company, to-night, in Brant's Hall, will
be a gay and recehrche affair, judging from the
number of ladies invited and the extensive pre
parations made. On to-morrow evening the
grand Military and Citizens' Dress Ball, in
honor of r .v. Curtin's inauguration, comes
off in the all, and it will also be a large
ly, atten a pleasant party. The gorgeous
ly decorated and brilliantly illuminated room,
hundreds of fair women in full costume, and
crowds of gallantsibldiers in dashing uniforms,
keeping time with flying feet to the eloquently
discoursed music of two hands, will combine to
make a scene well-worth witnessing and parti
cipating fir, Governors Curtin and Packer, and
other *Anguished civilians from various sec
tions otthe State, are expected to honor the
neeasion:*rith their presence. Tickets are sell
ing rapidly to-day, and as only a limited num.
ber haye.been issued, strangers who design par
ticipating in this ball shouldluocure them at
Pan.PORTRAIT, 07 '01111: N ' FAY BERATOII.—The
personal appearance.of the new United States
Senator is thus accurately 'sketched by , one Of
our exehange papers. The likeness will readi
ly be recognisedby all who have seen and
know the man.;.. "Hr. Cowan is full six feet
high, with a ; frame by no means powerfully
constructed, or rather it lacks that brawny
breadth of shoulder and depth of muscle which
import symmetry to so tall a frame. The fore
head is high, but retreating, and by no means
prominent in the region of causality, ideality
or veneration. The eye is dark, large and
keen ; the 1201)Q hooked and long ; the cheek
bones high ; the mouth wide and the under jaw
hard set, though not heavy or massive.. The
man Impresses you in your intercourse with
him as a bluff, hearty, earnest, practical man—
s fine specimen of Western off-hand manners.
His perceptive faculties are large and keen ;
hli command of language good ; but his diction
belongs to the forcible and impressive school
of words, lacking somewhat in elegance and
euphony. His voice is strong and unmusical.
He enjoys at home the reputation of being a
full match for Henry D. Foster as an acute ad
vocate, and is deemed a much better read law
yer by the profession in his own district. The
more you see of him, with all his want of at
tention to the graces, the , better you like him.
Although never figuring conspicuously before .
upon. so aide-an arena as that offered him by
a canvass for "United States Senator, 'he has ex
hibited tact, energy and power in this contest."
Datum ON SUNDAY- -An Irishman named
Richard Roach was arrested this morning, on
pomplaint of his sister-In-law, for drunkenness
and rowdyism yeaterday. After a hearing be
fore the Mayor he was sent to prison.
THE PYROTEOHNI . O DIPLAY.-Mr. Jackson,
the Philadelphia Pyrotechnist, is now in the
city making arrangements for a grand display
of fire-works to-morrow night. The locality
has not yet been fixed upon,_but either Market
Square or Capitol Hill will be designated by the
committee having the matter in charge.
Tam Elms CUM/D.—For the first time this
season the Susquehanna river at this point is
completely ice-bound from shore to shore.—
Should the present intensely cold weather con
tine for a week or two, our ice-dealers will be
enabled to lay in abundant supplies of the best
quality of-this summer luxury they have gath
ered for several years past.
Tan Fine ALLEN this forenoon was occasion
ed by the burning of afoul chimney in Herr's
hotel. For a time the building was supposed
to be on fire, and much excitement -prevailed,
the ringing of the Court House and various fire
bells adding to the alarm, and bringing out all
the companies with their machines, as well
as crowds of people. Foitunately the services
of the firemen were not required.
ANSlElliat &maces Housznoxm —Tha tirrible
"demon of the nursery," diptheria or putrid
sore throat, continues its ravages in various
sections of the State. Recently in Jackson
township, Bradford county, a Mr. Smith buried
five children in quick succession. The disease
prevails to a considerable extent in other parts
of the county, and much alarm exists among
Di err Sscasmtv.—Mr. Samuel B. Thomas,
of Delaware county, has been appointed Deputy
Secretary of the Commonwealth for the incom
log administration. We have already announced
the appointment of Col. Eli Slifer as Secretary
in chief. Both are good men, competent for
the positions, and their selection will be
generally and heartily endorsed by the Repub
licans throughout the State. The other ap
pointments is the gift of the Governor will be
announced In the course of a few days.
EXPLOSION OF A COOKING RANGE.—Yesterday
a cooking range in the dwelling of Capt. John
W. Hall, in Market Square, exploded with a
cannon-like report, scattering the burning coal
and fragments of iron over the room, and
breaking the window•glass. The cook was near
the range at the time of - the explosion, but
miraculously escaped uninjured. The accident
caused the Captain some inconvenience, re
quiring him to -order bis Sunday dinner from
one of our hotels.
Govwawa Curtner reached this city on Satur
day evening, and took quarters at the Jones
House, where he received the calls and con
gratulations of a large number of members of
Leglitlattirtctind - Hepriblinexot Of this' city.—
The arrangements for hie inauguration are now
completed, and unless the snow storm to-day
prevented military companies from leaving
home, a haridsome display may be anticipated
to-morrow. Should the weather be favorable,
the inaugural ceremonies will take place on the
front portico of the Capitol, thus affording the
people in attendance an excellent opportunity
of witnessing them.
THE IsauGURATION Paaanx.—The hour fixed
for the parade to-morrow, and the order and
route of procession, as arranged by the officer
in command, Gen. Wm. H. Seim, will be found
in another column of this paper. The proba
bility is that eight or ten military companies
at least will participate in the parade—among
the number the Bellefonte Fencibles, formerly
commanded by the Governor elect. Most of
the visiting companies will reach here this
evening and during the night, and be recieved
by the Cameron Guard, now on duty for that
Ray. Da. Roniasox, of Brooklyn, preached
in the Locust Street Methodist Church yester
day morning and evening, to large • congrega
tions. Although his style of preaching and
manner of conducting a revival meeting, by
many persons might be considered eccentric
and novel, he is certainly a gentleman of much
ability, a pleasing and impressive speaker, a
powerful and logical reasoner. The sermon
last night was an able and instructive one, and
the prayer meeting which followed it exceed
ingly interesting. Dr. Robinson's subject for
this evening is : "He also taketh me by the
neck and shaketh me to pieces." The revival
meeting will be continued throughout the
week, and Dr. Robinsonis announced to preach
WIDE AWAKE DIEMONSTRILTION.—PARAD3 AND
Sanzarens To ms Govarutoit.—The representa
tives of several Wide Awake Clubs now in this
city, held a meeting on Saturday evening and
determined to have a torch-light parade to
morrow night, in honor of Gpvernor Curtin's
inauguration. We subjoin the proceedings of
the meeting, as furnished to us by the officers:
MBETING or Wins AWAKES.---A meeting of
Representatives of several Clubs of Wide Awakes
of this State was held on Saturday evening,
Jan. 12,1861, at the European Hotel. William
D. Moore, of Philadelphia, was called to the
Chair; and Jacob M. Barr, of Harrisburg, was
selected as Secretary. "The following resolutidne
were unanimously adopted:
Resolved, that the Wide Awakes hereby give
way to the military and 'civic parade for the
inauguration ceremonies, and that the Wide
Awakes have a torch-light parade and serenade
to the Governor on-Tuesday evening; and while
regretting the short notice, owing to a mis
understanding, we hereby extend an invitation
to the Clubs of the _State to send delegations.
Resolved, that a notice of the proceedings be
telegraphed to the associated press.
On ngotion, Messers. Robert Gartside, James
Davenport, Jacob M. Barr, James Black and
George Rechstine, were. appointed a committee
to make the necessary arrangements.
On motion, when we adjourn, it be to meet
at the State Capital Wide Awake Head Quaf
tars Monday (this) evening at 7 o'clock.
A meeting of the Wide Awake Clubs of this
city, and all members of the organization from
abroad now here, will be held at the Wigwam
of the. State Capital Club, Fifth and Market
streets, this evening at seven o'clock, to make
arrangements for the parade and serenade to
illennogluanta flatly Zelegrapt), ifflontfav 'Afternoon, January 14 1861.
Six THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH 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 'offer 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.;
500 woolen Hoods for 37 and 50 cts., very
cheap ; 500 pair of gentlemen's woolen Socks
at 12 and 16 eta.; 60 doz. Undershirts and
Drawers at 50, 62 tuad:7s cts,; 1,000 pairs of
ladies Stockings at 12 and 15 cts.; 10 pieces of
Black Cloth for Cloaks; a large assortment of
Jadies' and gents' Gloves, and a great many
goods. To those who buy to sell again a liberal
discount will be made, S. LHWY, at Rhotul's
' MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS AND PUCE= BEMIES.- -
Free film al/ Mineral rOiSo9l3.—ln cases of Scrofula
Dicers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the Opetation
of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of tbese loathsome diseases
b y their purifying effects on tho blood. Moos Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in short,
most ail diseases coon yield to their curative properties.
No family should be without them, as by their timely
use mush suffering and expense may be saved.
Prepared by WM. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, and
for sale by all Druggists nov9-wlyLl
ass Awn DEsirrrg.—All who suffer
fromess or debility, where there is a want of en•
orgy, 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 the functions ; and to
mothers at the torn of-are, these Pills will be most effi
cacious in correcting the tide of life that may be on the
turn. Young and elderly men suffer in a similar-manner
at the same periods, when there is always danger, they
should thererore undergo a course of this purifying me
dicine, which ensures lasting health
This great Householdlffedicine ranks among the lead
ing necessaries of life, as 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 dealers. de26-1m
No lizoloin is more prompt in its action in
oases of Cholera, Cholera Morbus, &0., than Perry Dayis'
Pain Killer. It is the acknowledged antidote which sel
dom fails if applied in its early symptoms. No family
hould be without a bottle of it always on hand.
The stain on linen from the use of the Pain Killer 11
easily removed by washing in alcohol.
Davis' Pain Killer seems particularly efficacious in
holora morbus, bowel complaints, and other diseases
which the natives of Burmab, from their unwholesome
style of living, are peculiarly exposed. It is a valuable
antidote to the poison of Centipedes, Scorpions, hornets,
&o. REV. J. BENJAMIN,
Late Missionary in Barmah.
Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
hronghout the United. States and Canadas. nra-lm
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a Prescription of Sir J. Clarke,
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unftiling In the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates ell excess and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
TO MARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited It will, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counteriens.
These Pals should not be taken by /kaiaks during the
FIRST THREE ,MONTEISqf Pregnancy, as they are sure
to bring on Miscarriage, but at any other time, they ars
In all cases of Nervous and Bpinal Affections, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue.= slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills wll
effect a cure when all other means have failed; and al
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions In the pamphlet around each package,
which should he carefully preserved.
N. 8.—51.00 and 6 postage Stamps enclosed to any au
thorised Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pine,
by return mail.
For sale by C. A. DAMMAM ' -iye dAwIY
DR• DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS
Infallible in correcting, .regulating, and removing all
obstructions, from whatever cause, and al.
ways successful as a proven.
THESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both in Prance and
America, with unparalleled success in every case ; and
he is urged by many thousand ladles who used them, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of family where health will not perinit it.—
Females particularly situated, or those suppeamg them
selves so, are cautioned against these Pills while in that
condition, as they are start to produce miscarriage, and
the proprietor assumes no responsibility after this admo
nition, although their mildness would prevent any mis
•chief to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Full and explielt directions accompany each box. Price
$1 00 per box. gold wholesale and retail by
CHARLES A. BANNVART, Druggist,
No. 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa.
"Ladles," by sending him $l. 00 to the Harrisburg
Past Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation to
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of pos
tage" by mail. Sold also by S. B. Bravura, Reuling,
JoEssos, HOLLOWAY & COWLOIN, Philadelphia, J. L Lim-
URGER, Lebanon, and by one druggist in every city and
Tillage i n the Union, and by B. D. lows, sole proprietor,
N. B.—Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless every box is signed S. D. Howe. AU
others are a base imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be•
ing humbugged out of
_your money,) buy, only of those
who show tho signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
fog counterfeited. den.deraewly.
Bap THE BEST.
SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA,
SALT RHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALD 117 A 11,
FEVER SORES, RING-WORMS, BAR
BERS' ITCH, AND ALL ITCHING
OR BURNING SORES,AND ERUP
TIONS OF T.LLN SKIN.
This Ointment bears no resemblance to ay etner ex
ternsl remedy at present before the world. The mode o
Its operation is ;manlier.
It penetrates to the basis of the disease—goes to Its
very source—and cures it from the flesh beneath to the
skin onthe surface.
Other outs. ard applications for ScrofsiLsoSalt Rheum,
&0., operate doctsward, thus driving the cUsorder *repaid/ 5
end often owns:min terrible internal maladies.
Noasopes Oternuttrr, on the contrary, throws the poison
of the disease upward, and every particle of •It is dir
charged thron the pores.
Thus the cures it effects is complete. Not only are the
sores healed—the eruptions removed—the swellings re.
limed- -but the seeds of the disease,are expelled from the
flesh i consequently there can be no relapse. -
Victims of ulcerous and eruptive complaints, who have
tried every professional mode of treatment andevery ad
vertised curative without relief, here is a certain, safe,
and expeditious remedy for the evils you endure. A
Ingle box will satisfy you of the truth of all that Is here
Since its first introduction, the properties of the Oint
ment have been tested in the most obstinate cases—eases
hat utterly defied the best medical skill in the country,
and upon which the most celebrated healing springs pro
duced no erect—and in every instance with every sue-
Sold in Large Botfko—Price .60 Cents.
GERM NORTON, Chemist, Proprietor, New York.
WHOLESALE DBPOT AT
PENFOLD, PARKER & BIOWBRB . ,*
Wholesale Druggists, le Beckman at., N, S.,
Sold by Ozo.Biutosin, Harrisburg, Ps. •
NECTARINESI 1 I—A small invoice of
this delicate fruit, in packages of two pounds each;
net received. The quality 13 very superfine.
lanll wm. DOCII JR. & CO.
PURIFY THE BLOOD
Davis' Pain Killer.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
A CARD TO THE LADIES
COUGllli.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience having proved that simple reme
dies often act speedily and certainly when taken in the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
bad 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 off. Public Speakers and Siegers will Sod
them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice.
See advertisement. delo-d-swarrOm
Mornnas, Bran Tale.—The following is au
extract from a letter written by the pastor - A' a Baptist
church to the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati,
Ohio, and speaks volumes in favor of that world-re•
howned • medicine—Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething :
"We see en advertisement in your column of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup Bow we never said a war.:
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to our readers, that this is nO hum
'bug—we hats tried it, aud know at to be all it claims. It
probably, one of the most sneceseini medicines of the
ay, because its one of the best. Ana those of your
ader g. who have babies can't do better than to lay
supply. ' au22
WOOD'S H6lit RESTORATIVIL—Among 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 - ResteMive now
has. His Restorative bas passedthe ordeal of innumer
able fashionable toilets, and the ladies, wherever they
have tested it, pronounce it a peerless article. They
find, wherever they have tested it, pronounce it a peer
less article. They End, where the hair is 14 , 11:mad, that
it creates a fresh growth—that it tally restbres the ve
getative power of the roots on the denuded places, and
causes the fibres to shoot forth anew—that It dissolves
and removes • dandruff, prevents grayness, restores the
tisk to its original color when grayness has actually su
pervened, gives a rich lustre, imparts the softness and
dexibility of silk to the hair, and keeps it always Mut
ant, healthy and in fall vigor.—"N. Y. Tribune."
Sold by all respectable Druggists den lin
iRrWE call the attentionof our readers to an
article advertised in another column, called BLOOD Won •
It is an entirely new discovery, and mustnot be 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 action, and
' what one gains tie rotting. Let all those, khen, who are
suffering from poventy, Impurity or deficiency of bloo.l,
and consequently wrfa some chronic disease or ailment,
take of this BLOOD FOOD and be restored to health. We
notice that our Druggists hams received a supply of this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. Fetus's
Femme CORDIAL, which every mother should have. It
is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind
whatever, and of course must be invaluable for all infan
tile mmplaints. 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
niurses, who have endured anxious days and sleepless
n ghts, procure a supply and be at once relieved.
Jordan advertisement. mi2etfeb6
For sale by C. A. Bannvart, sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES
DR. OHEESMAN'S PILLS,
Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseman, M. I).,
NEW YORE. CITY.
THE combination of ingredients in these
PiUs are the result of a long and extensive practice.
They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful Menstruations, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headed*,
pain In the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ad ,
von affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, he., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
of nature -
TJ MARRIED LADIES,
llr. Cheesemaa's Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have
been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that
they represent to do ,
There is one =aim of the female system in which tbe
Pals cannot be taken without producing a PECUI2I.2
RESOIS. the condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result t MISCARRIAGE. Such is the trreriaUe
tendency of the ttteduine to restore he sexual functions to a
normal condition, that men the reproduOtioe : power of
nature cannot resat it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and, free irom -anything
'Wuhan!. Explicit directions, wlllch should be read, no
cottony each box. Price $l. Sent by tail on enclosing
$1 to De Coexists L. Cirrstri.tas4 Box 4,531, Post Office,
New York City,
Sold by on' miggistlik everytown In the United States
R. B. WITCHINGS,
General Aral for Um United States,
14 Broadway, New York,
o whom eft Wholesale orders should be addr , ws4.
Bold in Harrisburg by C. A. llogivAirt.
(\NE PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
WRISKY just received and for sale by
JOHN H. ZIEGLIIII,
Joel 18 Market Street.
:EVERAL COMFORTABLE DWELLING
10 HOUSES in different parts of this city. Stabling at
tached to.some of thorn. Pone - aim given the first of
April neat. 02-am] CHAS. C. RAWN.
FOR RENT.—The Store Room No. 18
weaNirket Street.: Possession given ether im
mediately or on the Ist of April; This is a good business
stand, and will be rented cheap.
lanZdtf ' GEO. P. WIESTLING.
LIQUORS. AT COST
HAVING concluded to discontinue the
business, we offer our large and complete assort
ment of Fins.Wirms, B Faun 8, and liquors of every de
scription at cost without reserve.
WM. DOCK JR. & CO.,
jam - posite - the Court House.
FOR sAi E.
FROM ONE TO FIVE .HUNDRED DOL
LABS BOROUGH BONDS. Also, from Ten to Fifty
snares of Harriebtag Ges - Eltock,.by
G. O. ZIMMERMAN,
de244f No. 28 Foote - Second Street
JOHN B. SMITH'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
COMM SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
A LWAYS an hand a large assortment of
ill BOOTS, SHWA GAITERS, ho., of the very best
tualities for ladies, gentlemen, and children' wear.—
Prices to snit the times. All kinds of WORK MADE TO
ORDER in the best style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice.'
ontl6-citf JOHN B. SMITH, Harrisburg%
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
M MARKET STREET,
IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY
1303100 L BOOJES
Comprising all the various '
NE.ADING AND SPELLINGEOOKR
all the NCEOOI, BOOKS used in the Tarim Pablo and
Private. Schools of the City, together with
COPY AND.COMPOSITION BOOKS,
LE2TER, CAP and NOT& PAPER,
BLANK BOOKS, SLATES,
LEAD AND SLATE PENCILS,
'PENS AND HOLDERS, INK
INKSTANDS, RULERS and
the most complete assortment of SCHOOL STATIONERY
constantly on band and for sale at THE LOWEST PRIM
07 MIT PLAOI in the city, at
BERGNER'S OREAP BOOKSTORE,
61. Market Street,.
sir Liberal discounts made to teachers and dealers.
Any article not on band promptly furnished without
extracliene. - •sen 24
11 - EN - St VALLEY NIIT COAL
sale at-$2.00 per ton. - ,
ALL COAL DELIVEHED BY PATER!
WEIGH CART& "
JAM 114 WHJIELKFt.
any- Coal delivered.. ram both yards. nevle
: FIGNE'WENT B.
Duo Da Ittoarrazuo,
HISDOLOOS & CO.
Omura, & Co.,
- aneaon—Saisat Morena:,
In store and for sale by JOHN H. ZIEGLHR,
- 78 Market Stied.
AUGUSTINE L. CHAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Residence No. 27 :North *Mid' &gat.
N:BL-J — OBBING ATTENDED Ta
FORaSuperior and Cheap Table o
road 011, go to lIKLLBBII DIM STORE.
bum Cough,' Cold, Hoarseness, !Via
..-„W Ai • enza, any irritation or Soreness of .
ct - r" Ar - a Throat, Believe the Hacking
BRONOHIc_AL &nigh in Consumption, Bron
ehitis, Asthma, and Catarrh,
.A . Clear and gin strength to
l'i t \\('' thSPe voice of
C PIIBL IC E AKE RS
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in its first stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,'
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary . and
"That trouble in my Throat, (for which
the "TROCIDIS" are a Bpeciflo) having
made me often a mere whisperer)/
W. P. MUM.
"I recommend their use to Public
Speakers." . .
REV. E. H. CHAPIN.
Have proved extremely serviceable
." REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
“Almost instant relief in the distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Astbma.”
REV. A. 0. EdiaLllESOlf.
"Contain no Opium or anything Injuri
ous." DR. A.A. HAYES,
"A simple and pleasant combination for
Coughs, Es." '
"Beneficial in Bronchitis '-
DR. J. F. W..LLNIe,
"I have proved them excellent for
REV. H. W. WARREN,
'•Beneficial when compelled to speak
suffering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON,
"Bantus] in removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
Speakers and Singers."
La Grange, Ga.
Teacher of Rusin, Southern
"Great benefit wben taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent Hoarse
nem. From their past effect, I think they
will be of permanent advantage to me."
REV. E. ROWLEY A.
President of Athens College, Tenn.
gar Said by all Druggists at 25 enntS a box
E•M CI 17 AM.
DR. D. W. JONES )
FRANKLIN HOUSE, HARRISBURG, PA.
IjAS now. permanently located there,
and may be consulted on all diseases, but more
particularly diseases of a private nature, such as Gon
orrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness and Dys.
pepsia, Liver Complaint, Gidtruess, Dimness of Sigh.;
Pain in the Head, Ringing in Ear, Palpitation of the-
Heart, Pain in the Back m.tl Limbs, Female Complaints
and all derangement of the gtaitie organs. Dr. JONES
will guarantee a perfect restoration 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 redder speedily cured. A cure
warranted or no charge—mild cases cured in from three
to Eve days.
TAKE IT IN TIME
This is one of the 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
oldest 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 cured them after all other treatment failed.
Dr. JONES offers a remedy to prevent the ideation ck
such dangerous diseases. It is a certain remedy if used
according to direction and without the least [Wary to the
Dr. JONES may be consulted personally or by letter,
describing all symptoms, or, if desired, he wilt consult
with patients at their residence, advice grails.
Dr.- JONES has private consulting room. Please ring
the bell at the ladies entrance. The remedies used by
Dr. JONES need no change of diet or hindrance trom be.
sines . 6 11AeltersnunaLcOntain_asteign to ensure an
answer. Address Dfc. - D. W. JONES-, ,
fan]. Franklin House, Harrisburg, Pa.
G‘ll A. N D
VOCAL MID INSTRUMENTAL
400 DI C 3 MI XL TS
TO BE GIVEN IN
ST. LANTR,ENa.g C..IIIIRO_II,
FRONT STREET, ON
TIIIBDAY EVENINti, J.batTART 22, 1861
as 73i 0'5155/1,
TICKETS 25 CENTS
SONATO—In 0., for Violin and Plano By Malloy=
BATTLE-PRAYER—Bass. Role By Batumi.
POLONAISE—(For Four Hands) By C. M. Wands
0 SALUTABIS—Soprano Solo.. .. .. By EfiltMEIL.
OVERTURE, TO "CALIPH OF ILI:GOAD" . (Orchestra.)
QUATCfOR, FROM "SMARR/WIDE u—(lnstrumental
.Bp Ds BOUM
ANGELS EVER BRIGHT AND BAM—soprano 8010.
• .By HANDEL.
QUA CONdENTRANTE—For Violin and Piano.
By M. GROOS.
THE TEMPEST—Bass Solo.
WEDDING MARCH—(For Four Hands)
JUDlTH—Soprano 90 0
POTPOURI, FROM cn ..... By Cocoons.
Isull-dtd By Plorow.
• DAUPHIN, DAUPHIN CO., PA.
C. H• RHOADS,
THIS well known and long established
Hotel' has again got into the hands of Charley
Rhoads, who will keep it in first class style.
Patties of all khans can be acconkriodated with meals
at any hour. A good - Bail Room will always be at the
service of Ms guests.
Thankful for the liberal patronage he has received
from the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity, he respect
fully solicits a continuation albs same fatii
SOYER'S . SULTANANA'S . BAIIOE
For Hot and Cold Dishes of all Kinds.
yet deliciour and
Sance,invented by th
' , Sorsa,' for the Lon
:m Club, is, since his
manufactured by the
iwn house of Chosen &
trx, London, from the
recipe. Itiethe favorite
England, and on the
witha high andgrow
en among American
, asdis much approved
'stimulant to the appetite
OPINIONS OP2I`IIE. LONDON PRESS.
"We recommend our correspondent to try Mows. Soy
wa's new Sauce, entitled .the 'Sultana's Sauce' it is
made after the Turkish recipe ; its flavor is excellent,
and it affords considerable aid in cases of slow and weak
digestion. "—The Lancet.
"Savory, Piquant, and Spicy, worthy the genius of
_ _ _ .
"A most valuable adjunct to Flsb, :Flesh, and Fowl
and should have a place on every table."— , Atlas.
Sole Agents for the United States.
GARDNER G. YUlfhltl, 217 Fulton at" Y
and BRAT & HAYES, 34 Cornhill, Boston.
Tor sale by Grocers and Fruit Dealers ewerywhere
THE ATTENTION OF
p , ' , s3 , C)3:i:Mil) Al I • ilqe) (z) oni
visiting the City is called to the largest and Reed as
Letter, Note and Cap Papers,
Envelopes, Pens and Holders,
Ink, Inkstands, Pandas,
Writing Sand, Sand Boxes,
• Blotting Board, and a
full variety of all kinds of STAITONERY; which for price
and quality cannot be excelled, at
BERONERM CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
de29 1.1. Market Street.
DENTISTRY THE .- '4 O .
. DOCTOR OF DENTAL
SITBGERY, has rotaries: ,resemad blepractlai
n Stele street opposite tile-" Brady House, " where he
will brpleased to attend to ail who may desire his see
rises. [ 1 1 0 P 27 1 B. K. OLLOViir D. S.
Bread, Tea-Cakes, all kinds ofPastry,
EDW. CHAMBERLIN & CO.,
Proprielors of ¨aut Chessiaid Works.
No. 83 INDIA STREET, Boston.
CONCENTRATED LEAVEN is the re-
Butt of carefurchemical research. All its inigredi
outs are prepared in the higheststate of purity, and com
pounded with a view to produce bread of a far better
quality, and in much less time, than by any other pro.
cess ; and by the manufacturers submit it, with entire
Confidence to the judgment of discriminating house
keepers, bakers, he.
Bread of all kinds made by usingeoncentrated Leaven
is lighter, more digestible and nuttritions; has an agrees.
ble natural taste ; is less liable to sour ; will retain its
moisture longer than by any other process, and the
whole preparation for the oven need not exceed ten
It is valuable because it is not perishable, and may be
rendered available in places and at times When yeast is
not within reachras at sea. In all climates and under
all circumstances; it may, be adopted, thirst obviating all
difficulty of procuring yeast or other terms t, which is
frequently of an inferior quality; rei dering the bread
more or less unwholesome.
It is also valuable as regards economy, as it has been
ascertained that a saving is effected in the flour of not
less than 16 per cent. In the common proceesti much of
the saccharine of the flour is lost by being converted
into carbonic acid gas, or spirit, and the waste is In
curred solely for the purpose of generating gas to raise
the dough. By using Ooncentrated Leaven this waste is
avoided, and the gas obtained in a manner equally effi
cacious. Fermentation, as has been stated, destroys a
part of the flour or meal, end, in consequence, a barrel of
flour weighing 196 IDs., which, by the common method,
ordinarily makes about 250 ita of bread, gives by tilt
process 290 Ths , thus effecting the very important saving
of 16 per cent. in the quantity of flour. By, conformity to
the directions on each package, any person capable of
ordinary attention may conduct the process, and the re
sult will invariably be highly satisfactory.
DR. G. F. BIGELOW,
have analysed the Concentrated leaven, Manatee
Wren by Messrs. Edw. Chamberlin & Co., with reference
to its purity and efficiency Cr action In producing the e:-
fect of yeast in distending dough, and thereby rendering
it fit for making bread. This article is skillfully-com
pounded, from perfectly pure material. It raises the
dough without consuming the sugar or any other prlrei
pie in the flour, perfectly; and the same weight of flour
will produce more sweet, palatable bread than can be
obtained through yeast; while for cakes and pastry it is
invaluable, as it saves all risk, and much time of the
"The experiments made by me confirm the statements
made by the manufacturers. and proves this compound
worthy of public approved and extended use.
"A. A. HiLYES, M. D., State Assayer,
"16 Boylston street, Boston, September 25,1800."
BREAKFAST AND Tn. Boua—Two or three teaspoonaful
of Leaven, (according to the quality of the flour,) to one
quart of flour; mix thoroughly by passing two or three
times through 'a sieve ; rub In a piece of butter half the
size of an egg, and make the paste with cold milk or
water, (milk is preferable,) barely stiff enough to permit
rolling out. Much kneading should be avoided. tut in
to desired form, andplace immediately in a hot oven and
Loss Bszso.—Tbe same proportions of Leaven and
•flour sifted together as above; omit the butter, and medal
tho paste stiff enough to knead into a loaf, and bike im
mediately in a skiw oven.
GRAHAM Bas An. ThreeteaspoonsfulofLeaven , to one
quart of wheat meal, sifted together ; add one gill of moQ
lasses and two eggs ; make the pate thin with milk and
bake in a slow oven.
BROWN Bann.—Three teaspoonful of Leaven to one
pint of flour, and one pint of corn meal, all well sifted to.
gather; add two eggs and about a gill of molasses; make
the paste thin with milk and bake slowly. '• • -
Bucawaan Can.—Motu' and milk sufficient to make
one quart Of batter;add ens egg, then three teaspoonful
of Leaven; beat to a froth, and cook quick.
Litratenos.--Mft together one quart ofilour and two tea
spoonful of Leaven; rub In a piece of butter half as large
as an egg ; mix with cold milk or water, and boil ten
OHANBER Scam Cum.—Sift together two large cups
of flour and two teaspoonful of Leaven; patio hallo cup
of butter and a cup and a half Of sugar ; mix with cold
milk or water to a stiff batter, add spiceto suit the taste,
and bake immediately.
CINCINNATI &ONG'. CANN —Two cups of white sugar
beatenwiththe yolks of six eggs—the whites of six eggs
beaten to a froth; then beat all together ; tuld-three cups
iinidliWiktur v ezweap-or-vanater, and three teaspoonful
of Leaven; flavor with two teaspoonsful of emence of le
mon, and bake Ma quick oven.
JUNNLNB.—Sift together one quart of flour and three
teaspoonaful of Leaven ; rub in one tea-cupful of butter,
add a cup and a half of white sugar, and spice to suit the
taste; mix stiff enough to roll out, and bake quick.
likaomosCaxs.—One quart of flour and thrt e teaspoons
id of Leaven silted "together; add a cap of butter, one
pound of currants, two cups of white sugar,
and one tea
spoonful of cinnamon ; mix with cold milk to a stiff bat
ter, and bake in a glow oven.
Colut Calm—Otte pint each of flour and Indian meal,
and three teaspoonsful of Leaven, welt sifted tege.her ;
add one gill of molasses and two eggs; mix thin with
milk, and bake in a slow oven.
COP efunk—Flye cups of flour and three teaspoonsfal
of Leaven, sifted together; add one cup of butter, two of
sugar, and, two eggs ; all well beat together ; then add a
cup of currants, and spice to suit the taste. Bake about
LAMS' Cam.—Three quarters of a pound of flour and
four teaspoonful of Leaven silted together; 000 pound of
sugar and six ounces of butter beateu to a cream ; the
whites of eight eggs well beaten, aaa the juice of ore le
mon; mix with milk.
Win n= Cank.—Five cups of flour, three teaspoonsful
of Leaven, three cups of sugar, one or butter ! one of
milk, and two eggs; fault and spice to the Mete. Bake
about half an hour.
.By L. BLIEMOVILI.
Packed in Cases of 1, 2 4, and Six Dozen Cans
For sale by Grocers and Druggists generally.
WILLIAM GULAGIgR & Btco., Wholesale Agents,
No. 59 North Front Street, Phibulelphin
GREAT ATTRACTION -
AT THE NEW CITY STORE !
URICH & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FRONT & MARKET STS.
ANNOUNCE to the citizens of Harris
burg at d the publii generally, that they have just
returned from the eastern cities with a large and well se•
looted stock of Fall and Winter Goode, which they will
sell st the very lowest prices.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every kind.
Bleached and Unbleached
Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels.
RED FLANNELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
A large assortment of Welsh Flannels for Skirting.
An assortment Domestic Ginghams,
" Manchester Ginghams,
"Bennetts and e& simeree, .
" Black Cloths at all prices',
", Cloths for Ladies , Chesterfields,
" Beaver Cloths for the. Arab Cloaks.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Cass[mar es, espeeialli 'admits] to
Boy's wear. An assortment of Merino Drawersrand Un
dershirts. An assortment of Carpets from 12,ti de a
yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS.
A large assortment of Broche and Blanket Shawls, with
a fullistook of the latest-noveltiem-- - -
An assortment of Plain and,Figured Cashmere,.
LINENS OF ALL RINDS.
Particular attention paid. to first class Hosiery and Bin.
broiderles, Ore., &c.
An assortment of Hugest e wore trail spring stilt pas.
An assortment aEhroading and Plannels.
maul & COWPFMTHWAIT,
Corner of Front and Market &reels, Ha rrisburg.`
Formerly occupied OF J. L. Bimer . . Oet26-1y
HMS ON HAND.
rbie . lOk .very low for cash,
by.'. 31.li e VEILERLE111,
Dealer in Coal,'Wood, Powder, tke.
"grail coal delivered and weigbeii at consumers d.xtr
by tee Patent, Weigh-Carta. Prices to nit the times.—
BURGEON AND OCIILIOT,
• RESIDENCE Tanta NEAR NORTH_ !MET.
"US is now fully prepared to attend
Jll promptly Mules of his profession in al!lta
long end verysucceasfcl xnediosl experiencejustitles
promising tall and-ampleaatielactronlo.ai.Wbo
may favor bim..wlth a call, be-the disease Chronic or
of any other nature. jan7,•lB.a.ly,
11 1ANUFACTUBED BY
CERTIFICATE FROM DR. RAYBS,
Assayer to the Rate of Massachusetts.
VEL v POPLINS,
STRIPED AND PLAID
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
OATS ! OATS I I
.FINE A6WRirkilWr OF kiit.lt:c - AN j i
PLUM. BRUSHES. for sole at low, prices at • ie
BERONER'S CHEAP. BOOKSTORE,