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pleased, and having elected a President n
constitutional way, I certainly object to the de
mand of the seceders and their backers, that
we shall now tie his legs so they can handle
It'has been said that the Southerners admire
pluck. I believe they respect it also. Hence I
believe that a firm, united and determined
North, will do more to preserve . the Union than
all the concessions which can be extorted from
our self-interest or our fears. We have conceded
too much already. We conceded the repeal of
the Missouri Compromise line, and we are now
reaping the bitter fruits of that rash, wrong
step., Let them restore that line=not ask it of
us. ',Let ihose rebuild the temple who destroy
yir,e cannot reclaim or save the traitors
bra - - repial which they care nothing about,
and which they will despise us for making; but
we can save our manhood and self-respect. Let.
usdiy-all means, do that..._ Let us,Pto
selves be true, find it must follow, as the night
the day, that we caruiot then be false to any
man," or section of men
P - 44:01010.:
1 V:44 1 004Y 'Alterilt4lll,-JailliarY 23. 1861.:
e snail issue an extra edition of the
TE Excutarn tomorrow afternoon, eon,'
taming - the slieeehes of Messrs. DANN,
Ho WS LEISENUING and WILLIAMS.
Oiderslor. kx.tra..oopies must be left attbe
:The . President's Cibinet.
ei : hive purposely - avoided discussing'
in . our colunms tlmelaime of . partici:tier
idiOduals fOr.positieui in Mr. Lincoln's
Cabinet. .._we lave entertained entire,
confidence. in - tbe ability -and-,sagacity of
the Presiiient.elent . to perform Ahat serT.
vice'' or And we do not intend
noutioAepart_from. a -courseLthat.w.e re-
gaid* etlekitial to peace 'and larinony in
the party. On the Other hitnd we.depre,
tate Alin policy adopted by the Tribune
and - some other leading papers, in Ahem
atinniPttito manufacture public sentiment'
for their speoial favorites, and against
tho - ste -r wlin are not so agreeable to them.
To us r itis very apparent that kis the:de
sire' 'Of•itime of these gentlemen: that
Pennsylvania Shall, be unrepresented—of
othees' c lhat she shall be "misrepresented
in Quit Cabinet. Either would be a mis
take, the latter much the greaten The
oue:.set •is struggling for the patronage
of Ihe Government—the other is hostile
to the peculiar and Specialititerestsof our
State... Ecir this State, the matter first in
importance, in connection with the eon
str under': of the incoming Administration,
is, tissetLit shall be so made up -as to give
assurance . to our.peopleo4ll:***iied
and2nspected. efforts in behalf `ofour lan
guiW . l4 . l!rdtistyy shall be honestly made" .
andL ersistently adhered to. To place` t•
the :480 of tT.ereasiury Pepatittiient a
reco . Wantfrpersonai cony-tonna, ,arp iti.op
positinilortlitizublversal sentiment of our
people, - Would be to falsify every assur
anceqiititef-to the people during
.the con ,
test,,Aaarr bring destruotionand disorgarsi
zationiin the , party in this State.- Already
we ere „Ttamtaind,.. bY our opponents, - :that
our z - ralfyiiig - ely ofa
"Protection 7 n'st
secure 9 'our. 8 41) 6 rt
only teland us over -to the the= tender mer
cies Ofirektailicari free treders
Wejanitof,lwe will not, believe this
We tiwathat the President elect is sound:
d On' this:great, - iital question," ind
that ..hkrs deeply-impressed with itsjust4
ness And we have an
tibia4lg .cOnfi.dence that, regardless - of
cliques &nil factitins, he wilt, : in justiod
this great-State, that contributed'so large
ly to.:ihiEriomiiiation and electidia, plebe at.
the headfof tie Treasury some wise Arid
eu l it:*4at4 4- alu; whose life and T - Opiir
will gi*s-hope d oonfidence to our pen=
ple. 'Should that be the rrian of our °tin
choioe,::sn-nrgently pressed-by.our people;
or soi4bilietable; faithful and_eonsistent.
Tariff man, we shall be:Content;`withleii
our peq le'w l never be ,satisfied
.iihe:kfloijous Ntul I
ilr. :says „the — Buff 4
Commero - ial -.4dvertiseri , -however—MO
may 1 . 091(:?RolhigC 0111 4rolnigte) - 1 1 . a il m ik =
ed thoughout in good faitl3 l l-:ind %vitt!
earnest love to the whole Trak:ls2:74e je:7.
marked early in the disonssion, that his
„resolitMis were, from the necessity
ease, ilic a dded to be on the very outside
of any.concession to which the ;Forth ,
stitOtit. And, further than akar,.
the grin ovel opposition to his plan at the
,beset fiat 'so mach upon the
plan ...ftoff - par the eireenstaßees under
which - *144*.l aa. from mere
instinertgrour thigPiterness of being ob ,
iiged ,f4x4akitsk,t-tighe eonstiffitionaifY
acquired Ain( - . 4car:a stateitmentike
pereettibii title '_bk;
Solved, in conceding Constitutional amend
inents to a rebellion following a popular
election-'=a precedent so da,ngerous as to
!make war a':Preferabliatilterptitive 7 t
have 'decided,Oat whatever yielding
the demands of the South may be !fetes
sary to the salvation of the Unien, shall
be made, not now, with the bayonet at
`Our _throats; t but after- _the inauguration.
Of LINCOLN, and in deference to the ex-.
fisting Constitution and the Eaws.
There has been a fear, justified by the
earnest manner in which Mr. N
nEN enlarged upon thejlabbility of
Disunron~ that his 9onthern feelings
would carry him finally , with the ultra
South, and l.e.ad him in ,his disappoinC,
bent at the failure of his clieriehed i ,plan,
to san'etiOn 'the falai retialt'iihieh - rehaS .
endeavored to prevent But, thank
there is tio'isuch' egotism or selfishness in
in the heart of the old patriot ,. w sit&
folly or insanity in the e bridn of the old
In the Executive session a few days ago,
not speaking out before the country. but
in the - obscurity of secret session, it leaks
that.' the gallant Kentuckian, whose
plume we have folkiwidin so many a bat
tle, and to whom the whole ; -nature of every
Old Whig or. American goes out in rever
ence, is the same sterling patriot, the same
true unselfish and wise lover of the whole
Union as ever. His,voice tremulous with
emotion, be recited the position of Ken
kicky, under the Union; proeperoita and
happy, her institutions prOtected by friend.
I Y, States on her northern line, - and - then
solemnly declared that 'never would she
consent to become the berder'StateVf a
Southern Confederacy„wittu a ,hostile peo
plp on her North, and her cities, and plan,
-talons devastated by civil war and servile
insurrection. He turned upm those
Southern' men who, by deserting their
posts in Congress, or byactual votea bad
defeated his 'Compromise and shut the
- doer upon a. - peaceful settlement, and rais
ed the ancient banner of the Union in
_their faces, declaring that whatever coer
cion might be necessary to sustain the
'Constitution—now that it cannot be amen.
ded—and maintain': the' laws, that co6reion
-he would sanction_ and support, come
' what might.
I There spoke , the, Patriot, the States
man, and there spoke the true Kentuckian.
Should the Union be severed and Ken-
Way -be complied tochoose between a
Northern and Southern Confederacy;" - the
would find, with its,7the most caieful ob.
servanee of all the present bomprontjaes,-
. and the Arent arra' tO'aiisiaitt heingtifiaat'
attack. And on the other,side r it, needs
no wOrds to paint her situation So too
with Virginia, and. Maryland, and -Mis
souri. The choice with - them, is Whether
.Mason and Dim:it:es, shall virtually become.
the Canada line, with no protect:fon when
once it is cresiied; or, whether the present
status of peaceful intercourse and liberafl
construction of law shall:be maintained.
Davis' PEiin. Killer.
IFo Mamma ismisie prompt in its action in
-Oases of Cholera, Cholera Dforbos, &0., than Peril , Davis'
Pala taila acknOwledged antidote which set.'
door fails if applied in its early symptoms. lin fam •
tout a, bottle of It atom,
fflillAin gli the uee of "the Pafxi ler is
by washing In alcohol.
Killer seems particularly effleaZicins in
ma, bowel complaints, and other diseaspa
ctlves of Burma!, from thpir unwholesome
style of living, are perbllarliexpiiied: ii`valuable
'antidote to the poison of Centipedes, Scorpions, hornets,
REV. J. BENJAKINi:
Late lassionary in Surreal.
Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
ya.ritinghout dm United States and Canadas. nlB.lm
BUY Tll E B 1' ,
NORTOIV , S
431 I N . ' AUL" , 311dEfPEELW `94"!.
SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA, •
PERJRANkINTLY CURED: •
SALT RHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALD EN Ao t
4.'KVDR SORES, - RING-WORMS, BAR
BERS' trca, AND ALL ITCHING
1 : ; „ OR BURNING SORE S,AND ERup
'PIONS OF T.ill, SKIN.';
This Ohitmen re no resemtdance to q ty cf her ea
remedy at present beßge the rorld, The mode
Rsoperation is peculiar.
t penetrates to the basis sit s .to its
rouree..4rid "cures It fiom the Scaly Vents& JO OM
LI in on thostirfade ' •
Other outtiiird. implications Rd' Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
• lite; operas dewnward , thus drivingthe disorder inwards,
,and often occasioning terrible internal maladtes.7
. " rOSTON'I3 eINTNENT, on the contrary, throws the poison
of• the disease upward, and every particle of -3t is '
charged throe taeporea.
-Thus the cures iteffects is complete. , Not only are the
-sores healed-',the eruptions removed=she4 swellliosSteL
-dnend—but the seeds ofthe,disease are entitled from the
. consequently, there can-be no relapse. , 1, e
of ulcerous and eruptivenomplainhi,icho bavOt
tried every professional mode of treatment and•°Very el
ketpsed ourattvewithout-rellef,-here-kr a -certain, sEdn,
iuM expeditious remedy t0:034 altile yeti antitird.t rs 3:
Ingle box will-4161y youi,of theitroda 01 all.thatlalhelis'
Since:its firsthitiodAction, doe properties 9ubt0.04 -
MOM haveheen-testedin the Mast &Moats cines- - Tes - ds
Alit utterly defied the best medioid Mad in Ile country,
'mid upon whicktimmost i celtihrated:#ettling spline pro
diluted no effeculdln every liethniewfth'evory'euc
.ClMS. . . . .
,ORt tut Large tikara—Brk e>so Centr."l
_ - GERRIT xplerp4, Chonist. , o PriePrtsNe7arork.
4: - 16104:13A.L7. - DB,PO ft T'AT ' • ,
TENFOLp; PARER & NOWARA . •
Whoregitte'Droggists;'ls"-Bitchriall se; N. y.- "
gold g Glso.Thugigno l / 4 . 4 4niskulta, ka• ,
PR:ILBA/ilfD Gill& IS esign . ed for
repairing ..farniture In "ill vises where cabinet-ixiaker
glue is used. It is excellent fbr mending books, refast
ening the loosermuileaveaane. covers qcileltirand-firmly:
IV is put up in a-bottle-or' glniis t glue-pot,
nail will Peep we Indlinairlintlde $0 the lionsebfiefier. ,
Dn. JA$. MOCLINIOWS PACTOIC&X , SYRUP
Calms the ettetbarrassitig cough, reheves the oppressed
1160,tidd irritated throat, lookritisruithrings,awity
ese entecterattoc thematter ~ i ktitch clogs the Ibid.
firre &Ad httlechial.tubra, tegulates the , excited pol
kricie $1 00Ploli2 by qw . „
1 El 3
i,4te5t.:,,;.4, 7 „,.(4t,44.t.
' - SPECIAL DISPATCHES
Arrest of Defaulting Pennsylvania Rail
road Ticket Agents.
- • - BOSTON, lannarrlft.
Charles E.- and E. P. , Evans have been arrest
ed here on the charge of defrauding the Penn
sylvania Eelhowl, by not accounting for tickets
sold by them.
Practical Conciliation In' Rhode Island.
,Paovinsams, R. LoTanuaiy,22 f . , , ,
The Senate to-day repealed the "Personal
Liberty bill" of this State, by a vote of 21 yeas
to 9 nays. The subject was warmly discussed
in the HouSe, , when the further consideration
of-the bill was postponed till Thursday._.
Seizure, or Aems Ball and Powder, en a
SAtigterk Sterner at New York
NEW ions, Jan.
Thirty-eight cases of muskets, containiug
tgo dozen each, together with. a quantity of
-ball and gunpowder, were seized to-day by the
Police on the, steamer, Monticello, which was
abont to'sall for Savannah. , FiftY troops ar
rived at Fort Hamilton, from West Point to
day. , .
ithe , Se,cession of Florida—Demonstratton
Agninst Fort Pickens and 71'lige.
A salute of thirteen guns has been firectfrom
Fort Barancas, in honor of•. the lone star flag
of Florida. Two colnmbiads have been mount
ed at this Fort.
Fort Picking and Fort Mcßae are being in
vested; and the guns diiected against therri are
manned 1) - 3...the allied forces of Florida, -Ala
hama and Mississippi. -
THE POSITION OF LOUISIANA.
The Governor Abandons all_Hope of an
LOUISIANA READY FOE TELE CONFLICT.
The Governor's message to the Legislature
hes been sent in. He says that our'enemies
cWilfsnd throughout 'outshine that there hut
one people in one heirt and
.one mind, not to
be cajoled into an abandonment of knit rights,
,end not to be snbdtied.
All hopes are at an end. that the dissension
'between the north and the south can be healed,
as all the propositions,.made by the' moderate
men, have been contemptuously rejected. ,'The
cry , of the north is for coercion, and there is no
longer any'doubt of the wisdom of that policy
which demands that' the ,conflict shall come
and, be settled now. The whole .tone of the
message is uncompromising. •
IMPORTANT FOREIGN NEWS.
.NII , W Your, JAN. 23
The steamship Aiego, from Hine and SonthL
ampton, with dates to the 9th inst., has ar-
Capt. Ingram of . the U. S. Nayy, and James
Leslie; bearer of dlispatches, are among the pita:.
gangers. • ,
The ship Brandywine, from Mobile had gone
ashore at Carnsore Point, Ireland, and was full
of: water. Crew saved.
The Arago, passed ;the City Of Waildngtmfpn
the 19th The ratter sailed from ,Liyet-,,
pool on the 9th, -with nearly half a million_ in
Asses, -The general affairs' of 'the Bank of
Prance are discouraging, and a deficit oC:kci
millions is expected at _the next report. , . The
American panic has affected Prance equally
with England. American stocks are dull.
Sxmaill—Gaeta; JO._ 6:'the' shells throWn,
bi the'Sardinians peMitnitSdie . the room'
over that occupied by the.Klng. His Ministers
'insist that he shell change .his quarters. --The
shell also reach the central hc,ospital. q • '
4:alien - And Polish Garibaldi= volunteers are
arriving at Pere
. on the way to :the Danubian
AIISTELA..—VIENNA, January 9.—The Emperor
•has proclaimed a very comprehensive amnesty
for Hungary, Trannsylvania, Crotia and Scla
illoms.--,Roms, Januaryb.—Placards havq
been 'posted exhorting the Romans-to await the
arrival of the Sardinians: The Rea Titan
arms" has hem diSedverddin the Foro
The commercial advices are' no 'later than re
ceive d yeaterday by the steamer Marathon.
RaiLind Convention in Washington.
SEVEN STATES REPRESENTED BY PRO
MINENT RAILROAD MEN.
Interesting Developments and Eneourag-
The Crittenden- comprOmise Alproeti
".The Railroad Convention of the five-east and
west trunk lines,' has adjourned to ,niixit.',at
New York 'nu the 20th of Febriary. A-sched-,
ali3.of rates for freights, between all east and
west points, was adopted: This restores; the
figures of the St Nicholas an 4 Saratoga tried:"
ings, With a slight variation regarding passen
gers. The first and second aeotionef the arrange.,
'meat is reaffirmed, making the:favittie-wrilftnti
and dispensing with miners.
The fact.wea,developed, in the course•ot,
deliberaPitiiiii; : thaf:the .4 -eight -frorit.the,"sopilli
arid south west4ith _the!. exoeUtion. Of:tetra:l,r
his greatly decreased, while the movements of
,"produce from the north West and central west,
north of the OlikiWrist, is andelji'.lafga:
All the roads report Increased receipts over
January, 1860. th'e'ineeme . ori somkef them
was vefflliejsbrjsaitdje„ instance, it td
-mentioned that the .Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road, the most - Southern of - five greittlines,
and the increase of which is less than that of
ethers; ShOws in enlargement . in reVertins`
ttitward freight of $26,000 for the first tiieht?-
two days of theprseent -biontil-Vidiht similar
period otlitatiear. A general falling off is re
ported in the passenger rece'lptCarid_wi
Bound freights. Mich of the "prindisob move
meat is for-Europe.- All .the,five lines.fare:de;
riving increased business ;from the diverisibalof
the cattcrsilof the sainth-welitern.Stidie*#(9o,
§euthern Atlantis and taulf pokti. -; •
'l'he Convention included' the •
Road Minds 'from . - Mabraehnietts; New- York",
Peisnsyliaida, Na'W Jersey;'
1 Kentucky; , excellent feeling Ureviiied,
- tbe prospects of the eastwardimairiessi isiregar.
ded as encouraging- ' ,
"All the pailies Mcifneittaii , eistliiirtidilnittiir a
; 1 .0 11 00 1 . CPI of tltokfilltiODA PliffioßkktV sAtttfien.
ator Catrrsinini s 'plen u m. - its-,equivalent, met
with general approval. •
, -The members a:the -Ceirrention — hve -
, ted.their beet efforts
-here of Congreseiid OthOto'OnzPe'lfoirticiligt
aad ow e •
PENSACOLA, 'Jan. 28
by the Convention.
Wasaiwroai, Jeri. 23
WASEItiGTON, Jan. 28
SEDTATE. - Mr. BIGLER, (Pa.,) presented "a me
morial, asking for the passage of „the
den resolutions. _
Mr. Comanna, Va.:, introdhce dr a bill'tct•
gulate the collection of imports
Mr. GREEN, Mo.,_introduued,~luw resolution
appointing A. J. Green*Sorlf Ireverilay
son and Montgomery Blair, Commissioners to
make a full and equitable settlement of all
claims between tke:ILJON4
Russet Laid over. ' -
Mr. DooLrrm!, Wis., presented the creden•
tittle of Senator Truro bull, ra elect cd to the Uni
ted States Senate from Illinois.
Mr.raeranza, 3.llcli.direSented the memorial
of citizens of Mickigae ri maistrating against
any change Inthe-Cohetitution.
Mr. TRUMBULL pieseuted mem)ll.4a from the
billiirrolegitalalng the' opittOethit
a decision of the Territorits by the line 86 de
grese 30 will be asatisfactory vettlement of the
presenr national difficulties.
Mr. Non, (N. X.) wesented:i petition fur
the preservAtieri Of the &ion ; ' Also;. egaitist
any change in the pilot laws.: . f
Mr. KLIIkELL, (La.) asked to'take up the reso
intiop he had offeredirtregard.:to the President's
message respecting the appointment of Wm.
Holt !as acting Secretary •of War. He moved
that-the resolu iion ,iogother witathe message, :
be referred to tne Conn& tae, on the Judiaravy.s:
Housn.—Mr. .CoisAx (Ind.) Called' up the
Post Route bill, which passed th e g uage a t t h e
last session and was returned from the Senate
with amendments, which were no* considered
and nearly all agrce& to, including the prciVis
ions for procuring-and furnishing one cent
staimed wrappers and envelopSS, requiring let
ters which have been advertised. to he returned
to the deadlettet office-ivithiO "tilM months; la:
tern foatlio seaboAlgto:bq retahfCci f9rAgongSt;
period 'tinder the - Ptrit`OlEWitgulatiolle,'
claimed money from.tlie tlemijett,er office to be
applied to proniOte the l effiden - ey iif ilMt-bureau.
Mr. Comex, (Ind.) said that: the Committee
on Post offices and Post Roads, recommended a
non-coneurreneeln the Senate anintidneent pro
posing ,to limit,
compardet carthngi mail-,-t04200 dollswe
per mile per annum for first-class, service, and
$BO for the second class, and $4O for the third
class,. the speed not to be grektei than twenty,
seventeen, and twelve miles per hour, for each
This would effect% saving to
$345,0,00;but the Coinifiltkee'think,guit such a,
reductioitheuld. have the.: effect of deranging
the present system; . .
Mi. Simant4N (Ohio,), gave- his ' reasons why
he hoPed' that' the amendment would -be
adopted, having a view-to economy. -
the con:Tana:Um( was now inadequate; "and a
reduction would induce the conttactore to re
fuse the contract. There was no power here to'
Control the speed of the cars.
After further debate t#e LAM endnaentWaS re-.
Later Newkirtla Mexico.
- Nmv roans, Tau, 23, 1861
The isohooner Faubie, with Vera -- Cruz- dates
to the 11:10, has tit _Gal vesto . n. .It'was
reported...that Minunan, with his principal °lR
cers,including the Ml:ester of Foreign Relations,
had been' captured by the Indians. Miraman
subsequently.escaped, after-killing-.threw of the
'President Xiiir6i raft Vara Cruz on the sth
_Capitol, to establish the . Liberal Govern:
ment. , •
HEAD QUART.EIIB • 1'
VALENTINES . VALENTIA'S I
• - V,A.LEN 1,
-1-I.LTINga, EnvalojieslValentineUlMs and Wrilaciat
.all pricepfrqßa r onevent, iflovardoafrit aleArtiolOirjet4nd
retail at r pAßsp,Bifkissioß;
jao2343tf.' , . - r 51
ASSIGI-NEE'S . SALE
IXTILL BE SOLD att p, bliosale,„ or out
.y y cry, at tbe:cliines oT Fourtiaand Market streets,
in the city of Hairiatirg, on THUtte,DAY. February 7,
at 2 o'clock P. M.,lhe following articles : Tour Horses,
one Two Horse Wagon, three.. One Horse Wagons, one
Cart, two Wbeelbarrinta,'onePatent Straw Cutter, Single
and Doable Harnesli kit of Lime, Bricks, Boards, Hails, •
inE 2 3-2wo
dssigneo Pr-Pante' ; heads. ,
(tty: , WILL .BE PAID for -a permanent
ijo efi situation on a - Railroadiat' of - Baggage
leaateepteferred, Best relereilbeirgiveu: Foe'parlikt
. o;2t* Care.of w ITIIEGRAPH, ,, Htrrisbu •:,•P _
visiting- the •Cityrts eillediciAbac-'. largest and -linestas
k Letter, Note - and.. Clip Papers, '
Baialopes; Pena and.l3oldera
1n ~inkstands :P f OI1e;
- -,tlilgttini - BOard;and's
full variety of all kiIudsor . UPATIONIAP,Y; '011ie& for price
and quality cannot, be isadalUidi-at .1. • )
„BEIRGNKRIS ,OdEAP ItOOKSTORE, •
dew,. . '5l. Market Street.-
..1 7 0Ft;13.11.LE. •
VROIA•ONE TO'FIVE HUNDRED-Dot
LARS BOROUGH BOND. frog( Xep top FILV
;ctutrOt tiflTayi,stnirg-Gas •.,. •
• . .O. ZIMMERMAN,-
de24-ir - N0."28 Sonts
LIQUORS AT COST r
IOrAVING eonaludizidlo, discontinue' the
1111 businesa,we coisiOletefiSSOrt=
ment of Flax, Winn, B PANDIT s, and liquors or irv_ep'yiqi.s.
scription atcost rsser.v.e. .
-.Jan2 : „. 4 94 1 9 1 ,
-' - TOR:"THE . SEAS°. -T - '
AivoRING-Extß A cTs:- '
i ; VaUll laj: tie et -bi ijuiiket, - - 4 - ••••• '• • -"I ,-• i 1 ~' •• • ••-•,.
Rose Lemur ^ :
- • :_.•:_ TbIPA.P.P.Ie, .• - - '-'. ' - '''' '
_ .... ....
,;Etarnwbirry ..-. • ~
•. - • -•-• •••--•. '. 'celery, .t.. .._,
7, , .7' .cl ;•.:E- 1 54 0 .?!.0 "i.' ..t..
. , . • ,
, P ere Distilled Rose Water, • • ---- - - .r,,.;
.- Best English Bakuigaida4 '': ,' r ::+ - L -- : !I .t --:]... - -2 - ::. i1,..1
'.-. ' Pure Cream Tp4tlg; ,: ,- ') ,;,.....77
‘,.. -i , . Extra Tare know : • .:- .. -.-.
• ..111,ER Fresh .C°114 4 Hahn.
I 1 ' ' ', TPRI.TG"STORItit,' ' •-'-'
.- - . - .2..9l.ninnket Stanno....,
LEA NI X' c " S
gARVE4I-717. -J)S' 0E LITERATURE ,
brtgia:Vp r l‘ltla
)The above imeteetlat nuerbeen-reovirea
BERGNER'S t,lar.,A7'l3o. o fBTP4tE• -
STORE MOE al 25 • de.
EMS T Arie zyu to ~.- -,
'4I:N 0 T H E 11 ,1,1V12 i r fijr 'VET 0 8 E
, EXTRA..T ,MWT,tIINtED
F 10, Bq (formerly Bagley's)
1 ' manufacture,marranted to be th e beet in materLak .
thelnest pointed;most dorsi:llo*a ... — Fb, 4 1 1 -- ,,,i- any
if iharket, for sale, `wltfi vt- 'variety .otGoill-and Mee
pa r! or _Tallow 81744 anlValiaturiial4A
1.. ... UM
54-Mar kAtstreet. - .
, ':A.AsICM----------HE • ALE!
,ApriTOE is •
1ierf...1 , -.Yb 2 . 11 .1:111_8.t_ rittniei
il Rhintli, - 6f tfie oily , f Barriabar q, has voluntarily,
mauled and transferred to Eby Byers all Ate isoberty;
, : m a , personal anAinixatli irAtsre tor We banal of 'Mt'
sailors. Cdfl o alunr,olten, ea haying elaimemeinet
the said Diiiiid _ Avik - al thefluv i g ivr Alo,t,.
Ovum, and* ell 'wv Ind* Itn
i s * t h e 05ene, ,, ..., „,„ t, Tn i c . I . l3 TBllbre i valaireW x . 1
...4 0 1 1- 304tille5k1, f Ir r.iii.. ,, t.
~, ,t , . •ri
Nrtu 'Abut tizentento.
rliflE SUBSCRIBERS. offer. at Private
Sale 21 Bight Wheeled Bor. Freight:Cars in good
rlmnitit oker; 7 Ber s ei, 2 'Mules, 6 One If;erre Wagons
and Elarnets, large ,Spring Wagon, 1 Complete ,Stone
Truck Wagon,,j. Two 'Torso Carnage, 2 Frame Stables,
about 400 Two Barthel - Bags, 700 Tons of - Lykens Valley
68"Saoks of Salt, 2 Small Fire Proof Safes, a large
amount of Office Furniture and property eonnect , d with
the fOrwarding business, together 'with an extensive
Rectifying apperatuale complelenrder , • -
- Also, -the undivided - half part oflso acres of Coil lands
situa . e is the Short Mountain, in Lykens Valley, Dauphin
county, near Cra• ztown„ the veins of Coal welt developed.
Applit te Ito made to the undersigned before the
first day of March, 1861.
A. 'O. MESTER,
C. F. MDBMOkI,
Assignees of John Wallower & Son.
- A PPLICA.TiONS for Taverti Licenbe§
to the Court of Goarter Sossions of Dauphin county.
Day of hearing rith Fehrearyheit ' -
John Shosrer, First Ward,Stirrisburg. - •
Edwin Mager; Second , " "•
Henry Fri ich„ -
David H. Turbot; Third 'Ward,"
NV, C. Ray, ".
blarY . l3% ." : 1 " ;:
George W iM'Connell, Stutquehanna township. ,
Satnuol Mish, Metemeras.
Philip•Ettion, Reed township.
John F. Bownian;Fisberville. • • . ' 1 -
James Hotftnnui Wasb.ington township.. -..
Daniel collier, • , " " •
J. Lower, tipper Fannin' township: •
G.W.Gladdeni •" . "
Isaac Iteaber, Lykenstown. • •
Gideon Shade!, Wiconiseepwaship
William S. Saul, Derry toernsbip. _
Jitql-d2tewlt: - MITCHELL, Clerk.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE
- 1 - N ‘ PURSUANCE of an alias order. issue a
:by the Court of Com - Ulan Pleis of Dauphin pointy,
wat ae,told at public sale on Wednesday everiliig, Jarin
ary.23,lB6i,ot seven o'Clock - ,at Brant'sEurciPean House,
a Bou.&.; AND LOT OF GROUND. situate in Mulberry,
between Second and. Third streets in the, city or Hares
g. The House is a two story 'Ore.lwlth a leige back
hu Udine. The-lot fronts 30 feeton'Mulberry street, and
rocs back 200 feet to - Meadow Lane; adjoining preperty
of Dr. rettereon anti
.A..Moerner. Late 'be estate or re% i
Terms will be made known at the fine of Fate by
I£ , ts Guardian. Of the minor children of "geld deed.
Patriot and Union copy.
Bread; TeA;Cakes;jtil kinds ofPastry,
.14: . .015FAC1:131i8T0
EDW. CH4NI3ERLIN & ca,
Prot riders offilaaunnut Clza*ai , Works
No.' 83_ TAIDIA STREET, Ecis.
CiONCENT.RATED LEANEINT,• is the re-
N..„/ suit of careful chemicarresearch. Allits ingredi
ents are prepared In the highest state of purity, and com
pounded with a view to prOduce bread Of a-far better
quality, and in mnch less time, than by any other pro
cess ; and by the manufacturers subinit It, with entire
confidence, to the judgment of d:seiiminating house
keepers, bakers, &c.
Bread Offill ismos made by using Concentrated Leaven
is' lighter, more . digestible and nuitritious; has an agrees.
ble, natural 'Mite ;- leseliable to sour ; retain its
moisture-longer than byway other process, and the
wholeTrepan:mon for the oven need , not exceed ten
•It is Valuable because it is not perishable; and may be
rendered available in tilacen.andat times when yeast is
- not:Within reach, as at see. • In all climates and under
all circumstances, it may be adopted, thus obviating all
difficulty of procuring yeast or other-ferrets t, which is
frequently of .an inferior quality; rerdertng thou bread
more or less unwholesome. • z
It M also valuable as regards economy, as it has been
ascertained that a saving is effected in the flour of MY
less than 16 per cent. In the common proccea 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 genorating gas to raise
the 'dough- By using Concentrated Leaven ; this waste is
avoided, and the gas obtained in a manner equally effi
cacious. Fermentation, as has been stated, dystroys a
part of the flour or mealleod, in-consequence, a barrel of
„Hoar weighing 198 lbs , which, by the counter' method,
ordinarily -makes about 250 Ms of bread, gives by thisr
:proCesi 290 Ms , thee effecting the very important Saving
tifll3 per cent; m theymantity 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.
1 CERTIFICATE FROM_ Dg, HATES,
Mager to tke gate of ltassachaseffer. -'
rly have analysed the Concentrated Leaven, mankhe.,
tureilliy.Messre. Edw Chamberlin atto.,Urittireferace
"to its purity and efficiency of action-in-producing the ef
'lint of yeast ba,disMil ding, dough, sad-thereby.retudering
fit for inakinglbread. This article is , cow.
founded from perfectly pure material': raiseir the
dongh without consnmlng the sugar or any other princi
ple in the flour, perfeASlTigui the.. Same weight et Hour
wilt produce more sweet, palatable bread than Can be
obtained throughryeast7while , - for cakes and pastry it is
invelnahle,uncitsavesull riski and much time of the
"The eirperimenta v niahei*lie corm the statements
nude by the manufacturers, and proves this compound
worthy orpribligytiliprevaj mak egtenderfnee. .."
. - A. A. HAYES, M. D., State Assayer,
-- "16 Boylston street, Boston, September 26, 1860."
ota...—Two or three truMptiOnaful
irding to,4he qeality,of the nout:,)to•oße
mix thoroughly by passiogiwo pr three
- tmes iliiaugh`a sieve a idecenf butter hitlrtha .
size of , an,egg r and make the pada with cord - Milk :or
water; milk is preferable.) barely stifferloughle.pierinit
rolling out. .Much kneading should.be avoided. Cut in
to debited form, andplace immediatitlY insa hot evgly ynd
LoAE , Btrath...-Tbls' same proportion `ol'Leaven 64
hour sifted together' as above; omit the 'butter, and make
I paste Elia' enough to knead into a loaf, and bate' Wl
mediately In a slow oven. ,
r‘Gitsuerr. BREAD.—Three tORSpOONSftII of Leaven lo ',, _
'Lq art awl:keit meal,:sifted together ; add one gill . toe
es and two eggs ; make the paste thin Wit"' - '?L m an ",
bake in a slow oven. : :` milk d
Blrolirt BRBAD; " Thr e- e , tilli T S° ,. o .- e , I * l-If iap ul ''''../ Leaven to 'One
-pint'of liour, tied 0 n5P 1 3 1 .%,- -° r a It all well sifted to
~-add eggs and about ta
• gill of molasses; wake
the Paste thin With in_iliFtlanilb%eslttrly:-
Bliegsydasr - Ceatie,-- Oar' - -
- •of b . I, • 641 -4 . , . and milk eriftlidenslo make
one quart ili !ar k
.ie egg, then three teaspeohatul
of Leaven; beat to EDP , ._,
, La and cook quick. , -,, •,-- .•... -
Thenrrileie."-M - ifbtherone quart of flour awdlirriktai
oPoonstal of L ehi,; rub in apiece of butter half as large
as an egg i ''''-ax with "wild milk or water, and - boll ten
i - Mato ...a Suns Ossm—Sift together two large4UpS
of tp 11:anif!fwo teaCpoonsfairof Leaven; nut iu half a otiP
ultend weep and a , half of sugar.; , mix with lea s
and bike imm or water loit sad
add spiceto set the,ocrpt
OiNomaraTi SPONGE ediaty.
Curs —Two cups of -white sugar
lienten with the yolks of six eggs—the whites of nix eggs,
- Ileaten to frpthrthen beat'a4 together ;add three-cups
o? sifted tiouroncr cop of Witter, and three teaspoonsful
ofleaveu; flavor, with taro - tempcenstal of 101,91kqepf ie
.inon, and bake in av quick-overt. - . ,
. Jusrm.r.sSift together one .quartof'kforth and three
teaspoonshil of Leaven; rub in one tee;enpful of butter,
add a cap and'a half of white saga; and spice basalt the
taste; mix stiff enough to'rrill ow, antbakb quick, ~. -.
Wier= atkili.=LOne quart of flour and three titaspoons
lbl of Lesven.tatted together ,• add a vrap of butter, One
pound of entrants; two cops of white sugar; andune tea
- spoonful of cinnamon ; mix with cold milk to a stiff bat,
ter, and bake in a slow oven.
Com Cara--Oue pint each of flour and Indian metek.
three of .Leayeniwell sided • together ;
add one gill:ormolarditra and two eggs ; . mix thin with.
-milk, and bakebi a sling even. . ' • . , ~
. Cup` tain.-Irlve cups of flour and three teaspoonaftd
,of Leaven sifted together; add onp,oup abutter; two:or
sgr, inetwO egga, all well - heat togetheri: then edit
eon or ddrihou alit ana -
spiel SA snit ! t4e tante. = -.Bake a . ,
lfati r.' ' - ' .. •.-- , ,T... '.
LAI"Zs' tlAim•-•-/h rOuntittiftern ofw pottud'af flou r oath
four teaspoonsful of Leaven sifted together; one pound of
sugar a n d MX °tuxes of butter beaten to at cream ; the
wlcluetgh eggs we ll - beaten, -- and - therjuietr •
menmix with milk. -•., : . 'f''"'....:"
WiLPNTEE Cam '—Fliii-Ciipi atia'ni, - iiiii. kaallpoonarui
Virli re A t Y7.l,7 ?: '"ir' - `l6 ° l.'acit g- 'l°:
about . hairiaii heur:' ' ruitl ' a L 4l ' 'sl' " • - '. !
Packed- iii:Choes,'Ott, 2 , 4, it'd' gli Dgiiii : dbius•
FQ„.,......r 54109 ,..Q/ O uereatuinsiiggiats gene:l4l9l -- ,• .
....!• • • •111,- GIAKAGER. & 11110.,Wholesae Agentey
No:lii North FroatNkeeliPhilnOelebbt:,,
74WEBLER HOUSE ;
- MARK E T statiAli E .
OEO J. BOLTON, PROM:M.OR
• • •
The above rq know and • long este: ergoin W*llAL ni
thorPuth ren OVPIPP, an 4 Mi .%
degree - newly furnished, under the preprietinnwp
o elLsomds Beircut;arhe 11/ . 41199g en Intnata of the
how* TjuiPts-Oit 144. -:wen Imorrik 40-
U the were patronage.tehkeh Mapes op
9er COrmniena Mr. - 4349p 19 tic
.. . .
• `'''OATS`! OATS ! !
oy BUSHELS ON HAND. A
prime lot, Co sale very low Cv cash
JAS. N. VITHLAIKLER.,
Dealer in Coal. Wood, Powder. &e.
coal delivered and weighed at consumers door
by the Patent Well' Carts. Prima to BUR the times.—
Q.EVERAL COMFORTABLE D WELLING
j nousEs in different parts of tide city. Stabling at
Inched to some or them. P0 2 84361d0ri given the first ot
April next. •••[.12-3m] caes. C. RaWN.
FOR RENT.—The _Store Room No. 13
West Market Stiest. FOMIBZIOII given either im
mediately or on. the Ist of April. Ills is a good busbies.,
.taod, and wilt be raided cheap,
DR. C. VV.r.le HE L,
SURGEON AND OCULIST,
P.Esrame =IAD NAAS :119$1H PLUM.
HE is now fatly ' prepared to attend
promptly to the duties of hls profession in all its
branches. ; - 'L
A long and very sum:modal Medical I' . S ..
him in promisi. g Cult end-ample mnitdoetion to all who
mar favrtr - him with a call, be the disease Chronic or
of any other nature, Jan?-dawly
OFFICE—THIRD sastsr. (WRENS ROW,)
Resicleitce, Chestnut Street near • Fourth.
CITY OF HARBIEIBURG,
DR. D. W. ZONES,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, HARRISBURG,' PA.
ITAS now permanently lodatted. there,
and may be consulted on all diseases, tint more
particularly diseases of a private nature, such as Onk
orrhoea, Cleat, Stricture, Seminal Weaknesis and DTh•
popsia, Liver Complaint, Giddiness, ,Dimnetts of
Pain in the Read, Ringing in Ear, Palpitilio# of
Ile . Sight ,
rt,-Phill the Back and Limbs, remote Complain '
and all derangement of the gentle organs. Dr:.lo
will guarantee a perfect restoration with sunli
balmy juices of herbs that will carryout dise Wittig*,
of throwing it back upon the constitution. A 11, 4 1424 .
of the Kidneys and Bladder epee illy mired:"
warranted orno charge—mild-cases cured MB* Wei:
to five days.
TAKE IT IN TIME
This is ono of the most horrid of all dliessait4riallPitte
mediately cured. Makes its appearance; inheres and
eruptions over the whole bony, and the illicata tusoomers
ulcerated. The victim of this disease beeStnelio9#llbla
obJect till death puts an end to his saffartne Tie seals
Dr. JONES offers the safest and most sure re - Medias in
America. T'here are persons in Harristrueg Gan tNllty
be eared them after all ether treatment Mee .
Di. JONES offers a remedy . to prevent:gi lufbetfon of
such - dangerous diseluses. It is a certain remedYStused
ac , ording - to tlii•ectien. and without the haat kW"' ft the
Dr. JONES may be consulted personallrei by . ieur
deer,- think all-symptoms, or, If deelrekbe'enlroclzuhalt
with patients at their resilence, advice grads:,
Dr. JONES has private consulting room . Etiase ?tag
the hell at the lathes entrance. The remedlea.naed by
Dr. JONES need no change of diet or hindrance troin bu
siness All lettersinust contain a stamp -to 'emu* ll.2.
answer. Address Dn.-
janl. Franklin Houiejfirrishugt4
T YKENS' VALLEY NUT :cow l—For
a.do at $2l 00. per.toO, •
00- ALL COAL DISLITrirRED • 4 1 7: piplem
WEIGH - °Ann:
, Ca- Coal delivered from both yards: . ' 4 E 43016
BERGNER'S CHEAP 13,0011,4 ARE
51 MARKET.. sir_;
is q GIIEAPES r Flack ti;Pritit
7 • SCHOOL STAY,
cbmprising u l the'varioxut
HEADING AND SPELLINO BOOLE,.
. . ARITEIMETICS' ALGEBRA&
-PILO e SOPRA and
all the i used R n
'thCHOOL BOOKS use 'various Public Publl and
Prtvato Schools St the _City ; together with
COPY AND COMPOSITION BOORS ;
LEITER, CAP and NOTE PAPER,
-- - - BLANK BOOKS, SLATES,
.4114 f) Al ND &LATE .PENCIELB,
PENS, AND MOLDERS, LATE
•INMSTANDZ RULERS ae d
the moat complete assorkthent or scaom, sranotor
constantly on hand end ter sale atTHE LOWEST Pr ""
OP ANY nt..tcs•in the city, 1021
nts wade to terteherii eT
Any article not on band - promptly fur .d dealers.
ub PIia:PAGNR V firfa
nli tATEllatril •
AMMO* .4121.1.11k7 'tonna;
' SPARKLING MUSOWIRL,
limax St Co.'s,
_ , _ _ _
IN store and feet ale by JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
dl9 . IS Market Street.
AUGUSIONE L. UIIAYNE.
CARPENTER.. AND BUILDER.
Residence No. 27 North Second Sired.
AT THR NEW' CITY STORE!
A N NOUNCE. to the citizens of Harris
burg, ai d the pub His generally,-that they bays Jun
~returned from the eastern cities with a large and well se
lected stock of FalLand Mutat' Geode, Which they will
sell at the WC IYACwelit
, DOMM,ATIC POQDB of every kind.
Bleached and Vinbleached Canton FliIDDel9.
MED'XIANNCEM Oit . EVERY DESCRIPTION.
A large assortment of Welsh Fliimela for Skirting.
An assortment DomestbiOlialini,'
Satinetta and Ca sheeres t
• Black Clotlvi stall prices,
Clothe for Xadkee. Chesterfields,
" Nearer Qothalor the Arab Maks.
At. FIRM tySORTM Mr Or =MELTS.
Alarge assortmentAf Cessamer es, especially adapted to
BeY's wen t , 411 =Mx 4111421 L 00611111:10Drallfell Sad Ult.
.itiratirttn-,An alcaorunent et..earpets • Irmo 12 g " a
and to $l.OO per yard.
r ALSGLATEST STYLES
. - 50L.TENT_DRPRET",
gnursti AtIlD -MAD
1111 011'4Ant . „IXD fiGuitite
s l :artilkOt,'
RTOEE VaI:WAND Pleivagri
AIL • WOOL' DWAINE%
• 13LittI K SU-art. ALL WIDTHS:
ge ansortipentor Brodie and Blank
a•trill steak of the latest neyehdes.
.Sst at VFW:wand Armed Laneseres.
breideries, &0. % Hosiery and lia•
tern exten An r s t ir t."Au tiest ennve - irail spring skirt Pat'
- , •
c orn ,. , iresziTswerr,
..-_:Pormertr of - 7 1 7 b t •uu /market Streets, Harrisburg.
, Tal RY
- O.IIOF DENTAL
SURGEEtY, reftiiniefuld resumed Ms practice
tißtate strectt-opp! 11 tht
w h ere he
WOR: 1 041, 0 may it re big ger
ti,";: 5 4 4 - 11* - -jf v ;;A t
Eli 1 •
CORNER :FRONT & MARKET SI?