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Friday Afternoon, January 25. 1561.
Appointments by the Governor.
The following is a complete list of ap
pointments made by Governor CURTIN
since his inauguration. They are pub
lishea officially, viz
- Ell 'Slifer, of Union county, Secretary of
Samuel B. ThomasAeof Delaware county, De
puty SE cretary.
Samuel A. Putviance, of Allegheny county,
James Watson, of Franklin county, Notary at
Oh arsburg. -
John B. Reed, of Schulkill county, Sealer of
Weights and Measures.
Peter C. Ellmaker, of Philadelphia, Notary
Samuel Smith, of Allegheny county, Notary
Robert Dougan, of. Washington county, No
tary.at Washington borough.
Benjamin Rohrer, of Lancaster county, No.
tary at Columbia. ,
George Loveland - , of Luzerne county, Notary
William Butler of Mifflin county, and Rich
ardt\ Ellis, of Philadelphia, Inspectors of Domesi
tic Spirits at Philadelphia.
Joseph T. Ford, of Philadelphia, Notary
Public at Philadelphia.
Maurice S. Alexander, of Philadelphia, Nota
ry Public at Philadelphia.
James Porter, of Philadelphia, Inspector of
Lumber at Philadelphia.
James McManus, of Philadelphia, Inspector
of Barks at Philadelphia.
Nathan Sparing, of Philadelphia, InspectorOf
Salt Provisions at Philadelphia.
Hiram Horter, of Philadelphia, Sealer of
Weights and Measures for Philadelphia District
North of Vine street.
Mark Lowe, of Philadelphia, Superintendent
of Powder Magazine at Philadelphia.
George Thorne. of Philadelphia, Harbor
Master at Philadelphia.
Dr. D. .K. Shoemaker, of. Carbon county,
Physician at Lazaretto.
Robert Gartside, of Delaware county, Quar
antine Master at Philadelphia. '
William Read, of Philadelphia, Health Officer
John Shaw, Jr , of, Allegheny county, Flour
Inspector at Pittsburg.
Samuel Ferguson. of Allegheny county, Seal
er of Weights and Measures at Pittsburg.
Augustin Amond, of Allegheny county, Sworn
Interpreter at Pittsburg.
TRUSTEES OF. THE STATE LUNATIC ASYLUM
Miles Green of Huntingdon county,Andrew
J. Jones and Dr. George Dock, of Harrisburg.
"Out in the Cold."
Before the inauguration of the inde
pendent "Republic of South Carolina"
the freight on coal from Philadelphia to
Charleston and Savannah was from two to
three dollars per ton. They have now
run short of fuel in the Palmetto domin
ions, and efforts were ineffectually made
last week to charter vessels to take coal
to Charleston at five dollars per ton freight.
There are orders for six thousand tons of
coal in Philadelphia to go to Southern
ports, but the owners and masters of ves
sels refuse to ship it at any rate of freight.
They deem it unsafe to risk themselves
and their vessels in that quarter of Uncle
Sani's dominions ; and besides, they have
no fancy for shaved heads and coats of tar
and feathers. The markets of the chief
cities of the Sduth are now drained of
coal, and the article is selling in Charles.
ton and Savannah at $l4 50 per ton, and
at Mobile and New Orleans at $l7 50,
an advance of more than 100 per cent.—
uoh suffering is occasioned by the scarci
ty, which will be greatly aggravated as
the winter advances. In addition to the
offer of high remuneration, every induce
ment, has been resorted to to persuade the
shipmasters to forego their prirpose, but
they are persistent in their determinatiori,
haVing- no confidence in the assurances of
safety which are extended towards them.
The experience of some of their number
has convinced them that the Southern
ports are altogether in the hands of mobs,
and they deem it wise not to tempt the
virtue of the law:ess by opportunities for
INTERNATIONAL. EXCHANGES WITH
SWITZERLAND.—We see by late dates
from our little sister Republic of Switzer
land, that the Federal authorities there
have received with the highest evidences
Of gratification the works of Wilkes' Ex
ploring Expedition, presented to that
Goiernment by special act of last Con
, And apropos, we notice in the re
port of ~
the Smithsonian Institution for
1860' that Switzerland nearly doubles any
country on the face of the globe in the
the number of its exchanges in literary
and scientific contributionsio the Institu
tion,--a fact speaking of the extended
knOwledge of her citizens and the high
.re,gard in which they hold our scientific
UNION MEETING AT ALTON, ILL.--
Six hundred workingmen of Alton held
a - Union mass meeting on Saturday night
last. 'The greatest enthusiasm prevailed,
and the Sentiment expressed was that of
entire and unconditional devotion to the
Union. The mottos were :
"The Conatitintion as the fathers made it,' l
"The Union must -
be Ereservelv - _
"Yeacealgy ire cap ; forcibly if we mast."
"Enforce the ltrOsiv- '
The Progress of Revolution
The Secession pyramid is regularly in•
creasing in magnitude. The following
States have already formally dissolved
their connection with the American
Senator Malloy, of Florida, when leav
ing the Senate, was affected, it is said, to
tears. We are glad the distinguished
member from the South exhibited evi
dence that he realized the importance of
the step he was taking, The politicians
from these States have been heard, and,
it is to be hoped, the people will next en
joy an opportunity to speak. The report
that the Governor of Mississippi placed'
cannon at Vicksburg to overhaul boats
passing on the river, is confirmed. The
Memphis .Appeal says :
The orders of the Governor of Mississippi to
place a battery of guns at Vicksburg for the
purpose of hailing steamboats, and causing
them to.land, has been complied with, as we
learn from one of the clerks of the Simonds,
who informs us that four guns are placed at
the foot of the bluff; a quarter of a mile above
the wharf boat ; that while the Simonds lay
there on ber trip up the river, blank cartridges
were fired to bring to and cause to land the
Gladiator, the Imperial, and the A. 0. Tylor,
and that it was understood that if the sum
mons were not attended to, the next grid fired
would be shotted. The object of the surveil
lance has not been made known.
It is said the real design of the Gover
nor in placing - guns at Vicksburg, was to
intercept steamers. transporting munitions
of war belonging to the Government of
the United States. Of one thing there.
can be no doubt: it is the intention of
the seceding States-to seize, at the earli
est possible day, all the property of the
General Government which Can be pro
cured by military force. The value of
the forts, arsenals, &c., already seized,
will not fall below a million and a half of
dollars. The Southern Senators have
united, pretty generally, in urging Flori
da and Sauth Carolina to adopt a moder
ate course Some two thousand men are
beseiging, or preparing to beseige, it is
said, Fort Pickens, in Florida, and we
should not be surprised any moment to
hear of a bloody collision between the
State and Federal authorities. The
United States forces appear to have united
in Pensacola Harbor, for the purpose of
defending themselves against the probable
assault of a powerful body of, men, The
Macedonian •'war vessel has been sent, it
is understood, to the relief of the officer
in command of Fort Pickeios. We trust
this place and Sumter will be held as
slight remaining evidences that the au
thority of the National Government was
mane paramount in the harbors of Charles
ton and Pensacola. The time for hesita
tion is passed; the time for action is at
hand, and every man who truly loves his
country will be proud to array himself on
his country's side.
We trust the remaining Southern States
will not secede to the ultra demands of
the Secessionists, and that they will decide
to continue, at all hazards, in the Ameri
can Union. Kentucky, Virginia, Mary
land, Delaware, -Louisiana, North Caroli
na, Tennessee and Missouri, will certain
ly prefer to remain in that Union which
our Revolutionary fathers fondly hoped
would endure forever.
HON. L. M. Itrarr, "late" a member
of :Congress from South Carolina, who
drew his pay up to the 4th of March, and
then rushed out of the Union with indig
nant precipitancy, is not, afterall, ac
cording to recent acts, .thoroughly out—as
letters were last week received at Wash
ington from him, dated Charleston, bear
ing his hank of "Free : Keitt!" In
noticing this the Baltimore Clipper says
it reminds one of a celebrated stump ora
tor, in hard money times, who fiercely
denounced "rag money," and after, pro
ducing a bank note which he took from
his pocket as a worthless bit of paper,
carefully restored it to his pocket again
and buttoned the flap thereof
ENOLL3H COMPLIMENTS TO THE SE
OESSIONISTS.—As Georgia and South
Carolina are to send Commissioners to
Great Britain, it is interesting-to consider
the probable results of their Jabors. In
relation to this matter, the following ex
tract from a late number of the London
News is perfectly appropriate :
It is not easy for es to conceive of the state
of mind:which grows up under such conditions
as those of slaveholding life in a Republic in
the nineteenth century, under a gagged press,
a corrupted pulpit,• a scanty and emasculated
literature, the pressure ofgeneral•poverty, and
the perverseness which grows out of a sense of
exclusion from the sympathies of generarsocie
ty. If the slaveholdere were men of the world,
and of cultivated reason, there would be no
such quarrel as 'is now raging; but they are
not ; and hence the fluctuations which so em
barrass the general judgment
ONLY TWO PARTIES.—There will soon
be but two parties in the country.. There
will be a Union party, sustaining the Ad
ministration of Abraham Lincoln, and
there will be a Disunion party favoring
the overthrow of the avvernment. .To
this =exult events are. rapidly' hastening.
fatest hp Etlegraplj.
DAILY TELE GRAF H.
Rhode Island Personal Liberty Bill.
PROVIDENCE, R. 1., Jan. 25
The House of Assembly to day concurred in
the Senate bill to repeal the Personal Liberty
law. The vote stood yeas 49—nays 18.
Latest from Alabama.
ST. Louis, Jan. 25
A special dispatch to the Rept)hiker' from
Jackson, Miss., Jan. 28, says that the Conven
tion elected seven members to the Southern
Convention,to meet at Montgomery, Ala. ; also
passed an ordinance to raise eight regiments of
troops, and that Jeff. Davis was elected Major-
. Difficulty between Congressmen.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.
The matter between Representatives Rust and
Dunn is in the hands of their friends.
It is not expected that any hostile meeting
will grow, out of it.
The Sloop-of-War Brooklyn.
NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 26
The Sloop-of-War Brooklyn sailed yesterday,
bound South, with sealed orders She took
two companies of soldiers from Fort Monroe.
The Actual Condition of affairs at sort
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25
A letter from Capt. Doubleday, dated at
Fort Sumter, Jan 19 and 20, denies the report
of mutiny among the garrison, and states that
the command is in cheerful spirits, and pre
pared to defend the fort to the last if attacked,
and contradicts the report in the Charleston
papers about the condition of the troops, Vic.
He writes that mortars have been planted on
Cumming's Point, the nearest land to Fort
Sumter, by South Carolina troops, and that
two steamers watched the fort all the night of
the 19th. Provisions have not been furnished
by the Charlestonians. -
Anti-Slavery Convention in Boston.
Busman, January 25
After the Tremont Temple was closed by the
Mayor last night, 5000 people gathered in the
vicinity, a majority of them believing it a ruse
of the Trustees to get rid of the mob. The
crowd broke up inlo parties after waiting for
two hours, and gradually dispersed. About two
hundred proceeded to Wendell Phillips' resi
dence, on Essex, and threatenedU clean him
out. The police prevented any attack and
made several arrests: The colored population
became greatly alarmed inconsequence_ of the
threats that a mob would visit their houses,
but there was no such demonstration.
It is said that Mayor Wrightman was in
formed that an organized attack, by a strong
force, would have been made on the Temple
from the outside, had the Convention re-assem
bled in the evening, and he therefore, chised
the hall and decided that it should not be re
opened to day. •
A large crowd were gathered about the
b . uilding during the forenoon, and the .police
were required to keep the street open for vehi,
c!es. The riotous demonstration is, however
at an, end.
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA.-
One Million and Quarter of Specia.
NBR YoBK,Wan. 25
The steamship Ariel, from Aspinwall, with
the California mails of the Ist inst., arrived at
this port this morning. The Ariel brings a
million and a quarter in specie.
There are no tidings of the Sloop of IVA"
The Ariel left Aspinwall on the 15th inst.
-- Msxico.—Advices from the Mexican Coast
say that Gen. Hall is a fugitive. Gen. Mira•
moo's army was at San Blas.
Governor Weller, the D. S. Minister to Mex
ico, had arrived at Acapulco, where Gen. Alvarez
had tendered him an escort to the city of Mexico.
Nsw GEENADA.—The war operations in New
Grenada continua to be unfavorable to the gov
ernment. A decisive battle was expected to
occur soon on the plains of Bogota. A forced
government loan is causing much excitement
at Aspinwal and Panama. An attempt was to
be made to levy an import duty on articles for
VaLsaumeo.--Advices from Valparaiso de
at hand to Dec. 17, and from Lima to the 19th.
The political news is unimportant.. The mar
ket at Valparaiso was dull. Stock business
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.
SENATE.-Mr. BIGLER, (Pa.,) presented peti
tions in favor of the passage of the Crittenden
Mr. Pore;(Mo.,) presented petitions of the
same character signed by several thousand per
• The Senate proceeded to the consideration of
Horsa.—The House took up the Priiate Ca
Mr. COLFAX'S amendment to the Post Office
bill for a - daily overland mail proposes that it
shall start from the western frontier of Missou
ri, accessible by Railroad from the east, and go
through to Placerville, instead .of from St.
Louis to San Francisco. Lettere and newspa
pers in twenty and magazines and documents
in thirty-five days ; but these may be'sent by
the contrater, by steam, at his own expense.
He showed in his remarks that it would in
volve only $2000,000, expense per annum
over the present system, being the cheapest
daily plan ever yet proposed. This amendment
is still pending in the House.
The House resumed the consideration of the
report of the committee of thirty-three.
Mr. NELSON, (Tenn.) took the floor. He said
he stood here to plead for his country. He did
not wish to say anything that could be coustru
ed into favoring the secession movement, on
the one hand, or the Republican party on the
other. Notwithstanding the gloomy and dis
astrous condition of the Union, Congress has
done nothing in the way of arresting the evil.
and relieving us from the dangers and diffionl
ties,by which we are surrounded. Gentlemen
here Oiscuss the questions as if they were of a,
denting and transitory importance, without
considering the momentous consequences in
The two causes which lie at the foundation
of the differences which characterize our delib
erationt are, e.t . a, the pride of opinion ; se
cond, party spirit. To adhere to these in the
present chide, is unworthy of the represents
lives of freemen. If, instead of disseminating
with lightning speed the intelligence that nor,
thing " will be done, and that all hope is de
stroyedoley would give evidence of an ear
nest disposition to perform their duty, there
would be more probability of agreeing upon
some plan of adjustment. Be advocated. the
Crittendenvlan which Wail - rallying such; sup;
port everrwhere:. • •
Seizure of a United States Arsenal by
AUGUSTA, Ga., Jan. 24.
Seven hundred State troops assembled here
this morning for a demonstration on the Ar
Gov. Brown demanded the surrender of the
Arsenal, which demand was complied with at
half-past twelve o'clock.
Negotiations were carried on yesterday and
The Federal troops saluted the American flag.
They will go hence to New York.
Estate of James Gallagher, Deceased.
NOTICE.- Whereas letters of Adminis
tration upon the estate of James Gallagher, late of
the city of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania,
deceased, have been granted to the subscriber, all per
sons indebted to the said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims or demands
against the estate of the said decedent will make known
the same, without delay, to
JOHN N. GALLAGHER, Administrator,
jan26.osw-6wd. Or his Attorney, F. 11.330A5.
THE LADIES of 'Harrisburg will hold a
FAO on MONDAY, FEB. 4, in Masonic Hall, Tan
ner's alley, Tor the benefit of the star Club.
26-3 t, MAR' A. JONES, Secretary.
THE ORIGINAL AND. CELEBRATED
AMERICAN MAN IN MINIATURE,
GEN'L. TOM THUMB,
SMALLEST MAN ALIVE I
AT BR.ANT'S HALL. Harrisburg for
THREE DAYS ONLY, PRIDAY, SATURDAY and
MoNDAY, February Ist, 2d and '4th. Two brilliant en
tertainments each day, afternoon at 3; evening at 73g
o'clock. Door open half an hour in advance. The little
General appears in all his new Songs, Dances, Characters,
Grecian Statues, Lc. -
Mr. Wm. Tomlin, the great Engliih Baritone and Buffo,
from the Nobility's Concerts, London; Mr. W. Deneve,
the American Tenor, and Mr. C. G. Titcomb, Piant, will
appear at each entertainment.
Admission—Day entertainment, 25 cents ; Chlidren
under ten 13 do. Evening entertainment, 15 Cents; Chil
dren Tinder ten, 10 do.; reserved seats, 25 do. Schools
admitted on liberal terms.
The General rides in bis miniature carriage from the
Jones House to the Hall previous to each exhibition.
The grand Piano used is one of Chickering's best, Hein
W. Knoche's Music Store, 92 Market street.
ALFRED CATELY, .
jan2s-d7t-v3t•sivat Business Agent.
BENJAMIN F. FRENCH,
WILL COMMINCB BIS XLEVIBMI ANWIIAL eau OF
Books, Stationery, Gold Pens, &0.,
On WEDNESDAY EVE, JAN. 23, 1361, at 7 o'clock..
And Continue .Two Weeks,
At hie former store, N 0.12 Ifarket Street, near the Har
risburg Rridge, and next door to Hummel &
INOW INFORM MY OLD FRIENDS,
that! have a much larger and baiter stock than ever,-
ati of. which will be sold at PANIC HUMS, for a short
time. Among the stone may be found
Irving's Works, 15 volumes.
Irving's Life of Washington, 5 volumes.
Parton's Life orJacbson, 3 volumes.
Randall's Life of Jeffs son.
Cooper's Works, 64 volumes.
Scott's-Waverly Navels, 27 and 12 volumes.
Dicken , s Complete Works, 14 and 7 volumes.
Pacific 'Railroad, 10 volumes.
JaPan Expedition, 3 volumes.
Emory's . Mexican Boundary Survey,. (illustrated,)
Adams , Works, 10 volumes.
Fine Family/and Packet
Einh*Commen and Catholic Prayer Books. -
Cap, Letter and Note Paper.
All the Books and articles wean-man MUG; and no
WAll several thousand volumes of NEW WORKS.—
Please call during the day - and get the prices. Also on
hand a large assortment of JI7VsNILE BOOKS.
jan24.-Bt FRENC3 RICH.67IiIN.
CLOSING OUT our still largo assortment
of MIES, consisting of
Eaudsorne Dark S/bln Setts,
Handsome Dark Siberian Squirrel Setts,
A fluerstoek of all kinds of low prico Furs,
A chance for Bargains in Floe Furs.
• • - • Call at CATHCARTS,
N 0.14 Market Square,
jan24 Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
EIERINOEF, Plain and Figured.
OASHMFIIbS, Plain and Figured.
ALL WOOL DSLAINES, Extra Styles and Quality.
BROGA LONG-SHAWLS, dilterent prices,
FINE STOCK OF BLANKET, BRAWLS.
The prices hi all the above Goods, on exainination, will
be found "lower than ever," at
CATHCABT , S,
jan24 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
►'fi`HE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
is solicited to our very large assortment of
UNDERSHIRTS AND Dnewmia of every size and quality.
GENTS' JOCOIN .RLD GLOVES, kest article manufactured.
All the different kinds of MEIER GLOVES.
Largest assortment of HOSIERY in the city.
CRAVATS, SOSPENDERS;HANDHEROHLEFS, Ready Hemmed.
And everything in Gents' wear, at • ..
Next to the Ha:risburg Bank
NOTICE. TO CONSUMERS' OF COAL.
THE PATENT WEIGH-CARTS tested
and certified to by the SEALER OF. WEIGHTS
Mr. JAMS M. Wasstmt—Having this day tested your
Patent Weigh Carts, and found them perfectly correct, I
therefore put my seal upon them according to law.
Sealer of Weights and. Measures.
Harrisburg, January 17, 1861. DS
LOOHER'S LIVERY, STABLE.
CHANGE • OF LOCATION.
FTHE SUBSCRIBER has removed his
Livery Establishment to the NEW AND SPACIOUS
ANKLIN HOUSE STABLES, corner of Raspberry and
Strawberry, alleys, uhere he will keep a stock of excel.
lent HORSES, and new and fashionable BUGGIES and
CARRIAGE% White at moderate rates.
janl2 - - . - GEO. W. LOCHER, agt.
PROF.. ADOLPH . P. TEUPSER )
VOULEI respectfully inform his old
patronsand the Public generally, that he will
continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME
LODEON, VIOLIN' and' lso in the. science of THOROUGH
BASS. He wilheeth pleasure watt upon pupils at their
homes at any hour desired, .or lessons will be given at
his residence, to Third street, a few doors below the
Germanreformed church. secis-str
• • - - d. STEEL 3
CARPENTER AND Jt..)I3BER,
CORN WALNUY AND MIONZ SZIZEETS. -
1 OBBING of. all kinds done at short
• nonce. In good style. and`on re‘soneble terms.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
tiORTY BOXES in prime order just re
ceived and for -sale by '
- WK. WOK JR. & CO
D., Ibt Motrnnsu.o,
Hammes & Co.
• Cnaitun3 Ersoelnon,
Gitstaa .tr. Co.,
1113N111 & Ca.'s
Iv store and for sale by. JOHN IL ZIEGLER,
419 73 Market Street.
A NEW AND FINE. ASSORTMENT
S ITO P BAGS
At all pricesjor, sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
• St Market Street ,
THE undersigned, DOCTOR OF DENTAL
SURGERY, has returned and resumed his praotlea
xi State street opposite the "Brady House," wheTe he
will be pleased to attend to all who may desire McNeil
vises.' [sesal,r - It. Id...OILDRip..I:k 8.
Estate of Theophilus P. Greenawalti
XTOTlCE.—Whereas letters of Adminis
tration of the estate ofTheophilns P. Greenawalt,
late of the city of Harrisburg, dec'd., have been granted
to the subscriber, all persons indebted to the said satire
are requested to mare immediate payment, and those
having claims or demands against the estate of the said
decedent, will make known
THEODO the RE s D. GhEght ame without
janl9-wet Administrator, Market Square.
READ QUARTERS FOR
VALENTINES ! VALENTINES I
ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF VALEN
IMES, Envelopes, Valentine Card s and Writers at
all prices from one cent rpwards, for sale wboleale and
retail at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSIORE,
jan23-dtf 51 Market Street.
• ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
WILL BE SOLD at public sale or out
cry, at th e corner of Fourth and Chesnut streets,
In the city of Harrisburg, on THURSDAY, February 7,
at 2 o'cloc tP. M., the following articles : Four Horne,
one Two Horse Wagon, three One Horse Wegonsi one
Cart, two Wheelbarrows, one Patent Straw Caner, Single
and Double Harness; lot of Lime, Bricim, Boards, Balls,
Chestnut Post., BoardSence, Posts, kc.
jan23-2wds. Assignee of Daniel Rhoads.
S 7 s.lttiatton B on E P aßai
ha re o rman rga en ge t
Master' preferred. Beat references given. For portion•
tars address "J. T.
21.* . Care of."TELKGRAFH, ,, Harrisburg,Ro..
Bread, Tea-Cakes, aJlkinds cdPastry, dce.
EDW. CHAMBERLIN & CO.,
Proirittors of Shawmut Chemical If r onli.
No. 33 INDIA STREET, Boston.
!"CONCENTRATED LEAVEN is the re
it,' cult of careful chemical research. Snits ingredi
ents are prepared in the highest state ofpurity, and com•
Pounded with a view to produce bread of a far better
quality, and in much less time, than'by any ether peel-.
ems ; and by the manufacturers submit it, with entire
confidence, to the Judgment of discriminating house
keepers, bakers, Sm.
Bread of all km's made by using Concentrated Leuven
is lighter, more digestible and nuitritious; has an agrees.
ble, natural twae ; is lees liable to Four ; will retain its
moisture longer than by any other procesS, and the
whole preparation for the oven need not exceed ten
Minutes. - •
It is valuable because it is not perishable, and maybe
rendered available in places and at times when yeast is
not within react, as at sea. In ail "climates and under
all circumstances, jimmy be adopted, thus obviating all
'difficulty of procuring yeast or other forme tr, whlsh Is
frequently of an inferior quality, rot dering the bread
more or less unwholesome.
It is also valuable as regards econotny, as it has been
ascertained that a saving is effected in the flour of no ,
less than 16 per cent. In the common nrocees mink of
the saccharine of the flour% lost by being converted
into carbonic acid gas, or spirit, and the waste is in
curred solely for Me purpose or generating gas to raise
the dough. By using . Concentrated Leaven this waste is
avoided, and the gas obtained in a manner equally eft:l
eaden& Fermentation. as has been stated, destrOys a
part of the flour or meal, end, biconsequence, a barrel of
flour weighing 196 ibs which, by the common method,
ordinarily makes about 250 lbs of bread, gives by this
process 290 lbs , thus effecting the very important saving
or 16 per cent m 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.
CERTIFICATE FROM DR. HAYES.
Assayer to the Sate of Massachusetts.
1 4 have analysed the Concentrated Leaven,-manufac
tured by Messrs: Edw Chamberlin & Co., with reference
to its purity and efficiency of action in producing the ef•
pet of yeastiwdletending dotigh, and thereby rendering
e fit for making bread. This article is skillfully cont.
founded, From perfectly pure material. It mines t h e
dough without consuming the sugar or any other princi
ple in the flour, perfectly; and the same weight et flour
will produce mote sweet, palatable breed than can be
obtained through yeast; while for mama and pastry it is
Invaluable, as it saves all risk:, and much lime of the
pastry cook. - • •
"The experiments made by me confirm the atatements
made by the manufacturers, and proves, this . compound
worthy of public approval and extended nee.
"A. A. 115. YES, 11. D., State Assayer,
"16 Boylston street, Boston, September 25, 1860,"
I3RRAELLST in Tee. Rota.-. Two or three teaspoonsful
of Leaven. (according to the quality of thelour,) to one
quart of flour; mix thoroughly by passing two or thrc e
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. linch kneading should be avoided. Cut in
to desired form, and place immediately in a hot oven and
LOAF BREAD.—Tbe same proportions of Leaven and
flour sifted together as above; omit the butter, slid make
the paste stiff enough to knead into a loaf, and bake Im
mediately in a slow oven.
GRAHAM Baum:l.—Three teaspoonful of Leaven to one
quart of wheat meal, sifted together ; add one gill of mo
lasses and two eggs ; make the paste thin with millcand
bake in a slow oven.
BROWN BREAD.—Three teaspoonsfal of Leaven to one
pint of flour, and one pint of corn meal, all well sifted to
gether; add. two eggs and about a gill of molasses; make
the paste thin with milk, and bake slowly.
BIICtCWHEAT Cease.—Flour and milk sufficient to mak6
One quart of batter; add ens egg, then three teaspoonsfal
of Leaven; beat to a froth, and cook quick. -
Doll:PUGS—Sift together one quart of flour and two tea.
spoonsful of Leaven; rub in a piece of butter half as large
as an egg; mix with cold milk or water, and hellion
CRAM= SIAM Dixe,--,Sift together two large cups
of flour and two tedspoonsful of Leaven; putin half a cup
of butter and a cup and a half of sugar ; mix with ten
milk or water to a stir batter, add eldest° suit the,oclpts
and bake immediate/Y.
OThreINNAI2 SPONGE COM —Two cups of. white sugar
beaten.with the yolks of six eggs—the whites of six eggs
beaten to a froth; then beat all together ; add three cups
of sifted flour, line cup of water, and three teaspoonsful
ofLeaven flavor with two teaspoonsfu I of essence of le
mon. and:bake In a quick 'oven.
Joinans.—Sift together one quart of flour aud three
teaspoonsful 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.
ELUTION CdXe.--01310 quart of flour and three teaspoon
ful of Leaven sifted 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 slew oven.
CORN Cann.—One pint each of flour and Indian meal,
and three teaspoonsfal of Leaven, well sifted- toge.her ;
add one gill of molacses and two , eggs; mix thin with
milk, and bake in a slow oven.
'COP Cans.—Five cups of flour and three teaspoonsfal
of Leaven, silted together; add one cup of butter, two of
sugar, and two eggs, all well beat together ; then add a
cap of currants, and spice to Silt the taste. Bake about
half an hour.
Lamas' CAMlL—Three quarters of a pound of; flour and
four teaspoonsful of Leaven sifted together; one pound of
sugar and six ounces of butter beaten to a cream ; the
'whites oi eight eggs well beaten, and the juice of one le
mon; mix with milk: -
Wrinacrt Wis.—Five cups of flour,itee teaspoonsful
of LeSven, three cups of sugar, ono butter, one of
milk, and two eggs ; fruit and spice to 0 taste. Bake
about half an %OM%
Packed in Cases of 1,2, 4, and Six Dozen Cans.
Far sale by Grocers and Druggists ' generally.
wrimam GuLAGER & BRO., Wholesale Agents,
No. b 9 North 'Front Street, Philadelphia..
11 U MILER HOUSE,
GEO,. J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR.
Tho ab ore well known and long established Hctel
now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being in a
great degree newly furnishtd, under the proprietorship
of Mr. Gamma J. BOLTON, who has been an inmate of the
house for the last three _years, - and is well known to
Thankfhl foe the liberal patronage which it has en
oyed , I - cheerfully comniend Mr. Bolton to the public
: F or, flea wtfl dk WILLIAM BIIEHLEk.
NOTICE is hereby given that Daniel
R heals, of the city f Harrisburg, hag voluntirfly
assigned and transferred to Eby Byers'all his properly,
real, personal and mixed, in trust for the benefit 'of his
creditors. Ail persons, therefore , hatin 6 claims against
the said Daniellihnads will present, them to the said As.
signee, and those indebted will make tended late payment
CO the same. lOW BY Assigner.
AUGrUSTIIVE L. CIIAVNE.
04R.P.ENTF,X,_ AND P.UILDtR.
Residence Nol - 27 /Vo
,)r.th &cord Street
N: ATTENDED TO.
AT THE NEW CITY STORE!
URICH & COWPERTHWAIT
EARNER FRONT tt MARKET S 1
ANNOUNCE to the ci lizens of Harris•
burg at d the petite generally, that they have juet
returned from the eastern cities with a large and weh se
leeted stook of Fall and Winter Goods, which they s,u
sell st the ve y lowest prices.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every kind.
Bleached and Unbleached Mashes,
' Bleached and Unbleached Canton fill:mak
RED FLANNELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
A large assortment of Welsh Flstmels for airbag
An assortment Domestic Ginahams,
," Manchester Ginghams,
Batinetts and Ca simeres,
Black Cloths Mall prices,
Cloths for Ladled Chesterfields,
Beaver Cloths for the Arab CloakA,
A FINE ASSORTIIENT OF BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Cassimer es, especially ada :Asa
Boy's wear. An assortment of Marino Drawers and Ca
dershirts. An assortment of Carpets from 12% eh. ,
yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
STRIPED AND PLAID
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
BICEI-PLAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS.
A large assortmentof 13roche and Blanket Shawls, with
a lull stook of the latest novelties.
An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmeres.
LINENS OF ALL KINDS.
Particular attentton paid to first elate Hosiery and Em
broideries, &c., &c., &c.
An assortment of Began' e wove trail spring skirt pat
An assortment of Shrouding and Flannel
OBICH & COWPERTHWAIT,
Corner of Front and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
Formerly occupied by J. L. Bitner. oct26-ly
Care Cough, Gold /*arenas", lune
da.Q,W AI . enea. any Imitation or Sore nett of
ea.; •kr tile Ihroat Relieve the Ilauldng
Cough tin Corusauedion, Bran
aßoNCH lAI , eatis, AstAma, and Catarrh,
c , •Ctear and gin A trength to
l'1 ? Itlk<V thm voice of
° C • PUBLIC SPEAKERS
. and SINGERS.
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in its Brat stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield t o &mind remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TRi CHM,'
containing demulcent ingredients, allay relmonary and
Bronchial Irritation. .
“That trouble in my Throat, (tor which
the “TROCEIFS” are a specific) h aving
made me o ft en a mere whisperer.'
N P. WILLIS.
“I recommend their nee to Public
REF. S: H. CHAPIN.
"Have proved extremely servriorable
• REV. HENRY WARD BRECHER.
"Almost instant relief In the distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma."
BEV: A. 0. ILEIGE.DSTON.
''Contain no Opium or anyti.log Wine.
ous." DR. A:4I,pAYES,_
' simple and pleasant combination Air
DR. G. F. BIGELOW *
"Beneficial in Bronchitis
• • J. F. W. LANA
"I have proved their excellent • for
I Whooping Cough." .
4 Renefloial when oornPined.to
suffering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDE RS O N,
- • St. Emile.
"E (factual in removing Maarimisess and
irritation of the Throat, so at:Samoa with
Speakers and Stagers.
Pruf. H. STACY JOHNSON,
Teacher of Magni Southern
"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. ROWIST, A. M.,
President of Athens College, Tenn.
ia-Sold byAllDnaggisti at 25 centeabox.
3E14. ."'Cr 496 1.11•
..DR. D. W. norms,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, HARRISBURG, PA.
HAS 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, Giddiness, Dimness of. Sight
Pain in the Head, Ringin4 in Ear, Palpitation or the
He •rt, Pain in the Back ard Limbs, 'Female °Maple/ate,.
and all derangement of the gentle organs. Dr. JONES
will gnerantee a perfect restoration with such mild and
balmy juices of herbs that will carry out diikeusi lei place
of throwing it back upon the constitution. Aittliseases
of the Kidneys and Bladder epee :Gy cured. A cure
warranted or no charge—mild cales ouredJnfkom three
to five days.
TAME IT IN TIME
- - -
This is one of the most horrid of all diseases If not im
mediately cured. Makes its appearance la sores and
eruptions over the Whole holy, 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 personsin Harrisburg can testify
he Cured them after all ether treatment failed.
Dr. JONES offers a remedy to prevent the infection of
such dangerous diseases. It is a certain remedy if used
according to directien and without the least 'Mary to the
Dr. JONES may be consulted personally or by letter,
desc,ibing all symptoms, or, if desired, be will 'consult
with patients at their residence, adyice gratis.'
Dr. JONES bas private consulting rooms... Please ring
the bell at the ladies entrance. The remedies ruled by
Dr. JONES need no change of diet or klisdrande from bu.
shim All letters must contain a stamp to Unaure sn
answer. Address . • D/L. D. W. JONES,
jam' Franklin Rouse Harrisburg, Pa..
OATS ! OATS !
( BUSHELS - ON' ELM. A.
la primilot, Tor sale very lowfor peak
uy • JAS. 31. wittoiraarat - "
Deal and Coal. Wood, Powder, ka.
xa.Al.l doal delivered wegt ed at emanate= e ,; or
by toe Patent WeLh-Carta. Priors to suit tttotir -
•FOR RENT. -
SOUSES in different parts of Wig gr
mooed to some of them. Ponesslonei eee th e Bret of
April nest. Lie - 3m)cam-
OR : RENT.—The Stt ,
12 - West Market Street. P re ROOM No. 13
- 01.4ffietitm given -either trn
mediately or on the Ist of AprA. This
used, and will be rented er,eup. isa good business
"jah2-dtf - , CiEO, P:-WIEBTLiNt7.
DR.O. WEICIEEHL, •
SURGEON AND O'CULIST,
RICSIORME MIRD NEAR NORM MERL
now fully prep to attend
promptly to the duties of his prcifessnm in an its
A long and very anceeasfal medical experlencejustilles
him in proroist, g full and limple iithrlacUort to ail who
may favor him with a
of any other nature. ,be the disease Chronic or
THE ATTENTION Or
MEMBERS OP THE LNGIBLATUBE
_ AND STII,AN6FE-11.8 •
men the Oily is called to the largest and tjust as
Letter, Note and Cap Pipers,
Envelopes, Pena aratHolders,
Ixk,lnksitands„ Penis,Writing Sand, Sand
sod Pull variety & Blotting Board. all kinds or STATION ERY; which for Floe
and quality %mot be excel, at
BERearblv§ c a st BoneroßE,
61 !Market Street.
LYK ENS' VALLEY
sale al $4 130 per ton.
/Or ALL COAL DELjr.FEED BY PATIOI
3;tuva ,, wr
Sir Coal delivered tratoth
S b l/113°Titi
REV. H. W. WARREN,