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Monday Afternoon, Februnry 4,,1861.
THE LADY who lost a cloth glove in Brant's
Hall last Saturday night, can obtain it at the
DAILY TELEGRAPH Office.
Fras COMPANY Marrisoi.—Stated meetings of
the Citizen, Friendship, Good Will and Paxton
Fire Companies will be held this evening, in
their respective halls, at seven o'clock.
GIINERAL Tom Twain drew another full house
on Saturday night, and the entertainment was
entirely satisfactory. He will appear for the
last time this evening. The General has been
very liberally patronized by our citizens.
AN EXTRA BUM SWI3AT.-A. gentldatr--
Danbury,' Ct., while taking what is technically
called a "rum sweat," set himself on fire, and
was only put out after great exertions. •
Which was put out? The sweat, the fire,
or the individual ?
Stemititio.—We have - had nine consecutive
weeks of excellent sleighing. Can any one
complain of want of sleighingl—Exchange.
They are complaining at Charleston, because
the secession troops are not allowed to go a
slaying at Fort Sumter.
THE RevrvAr. Magmas in the Locust Street
Methodist Church and Fourth Street Bethel are
still in progress. Last evening the former
church was crowded to overflowing, and some
twenty or thirty penitential mourners stir
rounded the altar. Both meetings will be con
tinued during the present week.
TES Loos-llr contained five lodgers on Sat
urday night, and two last night, all perambu,
'sing vagrants. One of themiwas an old sail
or, who shipped a heavy sea of tanglefoot and
was brought to anchor in the 'retreat for fel
lows of his class. They were introduced to the
Mayor, who reprimanded and dismissed them.
Tau NATIONAL RIFLES of Mount Joy, and the
Lancaster Fencibles, it is said, are willing to
join in the parade here on the twenty4econd
of February, if invited by the committee. We
have no doubt the Carlisle, York and Reading
companies can also be induced to participate in
the demonstration, if invited in time to enable
them to make the necessary preparations. The
committee should call a meeting and actprompt
ty and vigorously.
FRUIT Gnowitas' CONVENTM.—The second
annual meeting of the "Fruit Grower's Society
of Eastern Pennsylvania;" will be held in Rend
log, commencing on Wednesday nest,. and will
probably be in session for two or three days.
We are informed that several reports and
papers of much importance to _fruit growers,
will be read by appropriate committee; and
from the character of the first meeting an in
teresting time is anticipated. Will Dauphin
county be represented in the convention?
KING Corron.—The Sluebenville Herald says :
—"Since the existing obstructions to the sea
ward transportation of cotton from the port
of Charleston to Northern cities, shipments of
that staple are now made from Memphis and
other cities, and pass in boats up the Missis
sippi and Ohio Rivers to Pittsburg, where It is
shipped by the Pennsylvania Railroad. There
were at our landing, this morning, in addition
to our two Wheeling packets, three steamers
on their way up, heavily laden with cotton,and
a goodly number of free colored persons who
find the South, at present, too hot for them."
Pazertizzer LINCOLN has determined to leave.
Springfield on Monday next, and will .pass
through here on his way to the Federal Capital,
which he expects to reach on the 26th inst. Of
course our citizens, irrespective , of party, will
unite with the Legislative Committee in giving
the President elect a fitting reception. If it
could be arranged to have President Lincoln
here on the twenty-second of February, the
time designated for elevating the American
Flag to the dome of the Capitol with appro
priate ceremonies, his presence would impart
additional interest to the occasion, and draw
an immense crowd of people to the city from
the neighboring towns and counties. We throw
out this suggestion for the consideration of
the committees of invitation and arrangements.
Isoasesr. or Paracureas.—We learn that a
proposition will be submitted to the next
Philadelphia Conference to send thiee preach
ers to this city—one to Locust Street, one to
West-Harrisburg, and one to Vine Street. It
is said the interests of the two congrega
tions last named require that they should be
made separate charges, the pastoral labor con
nected with them being too onerous for one
man. Our young friend, Mr. Martin, has been
very faithful during the past year, preaching
three sermons every Sabbath, in addition to
his other duties as pastor of these congrega
tions. He has performed . the work of two
men without receiving proportionate remune
ration. We think Conference will act wisely
in adopting the proposition to increase the
number of preachers.
Bswoz or LOTIERY Swmutsais.--Oar city
has never been free from those pests of society
known as "lottery venders," and , in \ addition
to these swindling agents the Post Office is
freely used for the transmission of circulars,
holding out the most tempting inducements to
those who are minnies enough to .bite at the
bait. The following is a sample of the lan
guage used :
"Many a poor man has been, through us,
soddenly raised from a life of struggling hard
ship to one of wealth, luxury and splendor..
The same chance is open to you by the expen
diture of the trifling sum of $lO ; and if you
will only once try your luck in our lottery you
will, thc*:re is little doubt, suddenly find your
self a rich man.. , -
To this is added an offer, of course made to
all, that if the holdCr of the ticket does not
draw at first $5,000, they will send another
package in an extra lottery, free of cost. Such
boldlaced and evident villainy should not,
we think deceive any perion of 'ordina
ry intelligence, yet hundreds are swindled, and
/lot a few ultimately ruined, by these devioe4.
_Wonsinuman's Cosvazrnos.—Have the work
ngmen of this,city appointed delegates to the
National Convention to ,be held in Philadelphia
on the 22d of this month? We ask for inform
ation,',not having heard of any action on the
subject. The contemplated convention will
be composed, of intelligent workingmen from
nenly, all the States of the Union, and its de.
liberations cannot fail to have great weight at
Washington. We hope to see this city and
county largely and ably represented; and if
delegates have. not already been appointed, a
meeting for that purpose should be called im
Tllll STATEI ARSENAL.—Tudging from the di
lapidated condition of the tents and other arti_
cles in the State Arsenal, the keeper does not
visit that institution often. If the man who
now receives pay for taking care of the pro
perty of the State neglects his duty, the Adju
tent General should dismiss him and supply
his place with a more competent and faithful
6cer. It ia said that hundreds of tents have
been taken away and never returned, and the
few that remain in the Arsenal are in such
condition as to be unfit for use, and going to
'ruin for want of proper attention. We look
for a better condition * of things under General
GROUND Hoe DAY.—February second was the
celebrated "ground hog day," which, according
to legend, Saes the question of an early or late'
Spring. The story goes that on that day the
ground hug—or, as the Yankeeecall it, wood
chuck—leaves his winter quarters and sallies
forth to snuff the air. If there is no sun to
show hire his shadow, he goes cautiously
about, and will even venture - to dig up a few
roots, to try the hardness of the Boil as well as
to tickle his palate a little, after his long hi
bernation. But in doing this, should a glim
mering of sunshine strike him sufficiently strong
to mark his shadow on the ground, he hies at
once to his _hole, there to hibernate for six
. weeks—as instinct teaches him that winter will
Certainly linger that much - longer. : Should
there be no patches of sunshine to disturb Mr.
Woodchuck, he remains out, knowing that the
reign of Jack Frost will speedily - terminate.—
Who saw the sun on Saturday ?
MINISTRIMAND TOBACCO.-A lady writes to a
religious paper hoping that the various denom
inations will exclude from the ministry all
preachers who use tobacco ; and that young
ladies will accept no offer of -marriage from a
young man who uses the weed In reply the
editor says :
Take care, my dear lady, you are bitting a
good many of our best clergymen. If they are
to be excluded on account of tobacco, it will
leave quite a vacuum in our ministerial -ranks.
You may expostulate with them, andeven scold
them if you will—(and we will help you, for
you do not hit us)—init when it comes to cut
ting them off--(the ministers, not the tobacco)
—we shall have to protest : This is to say, in
behalf of the old and confirmed ones. "In re
gard to young candidatea for the 'Ministry, we
care not how strict a rule may be adopted with
them on the subject.
On this it occurs to us, bow strange it is that
the denominations which go the nearestin re
spect to freedom from the old creeds,standards
and anthorities of Christendom, are the most
stringent in regard to the sinfulness of matters
unforbidden in Scripture, and which, by com:
mon consent of all ages of the Christian world,
have been tolirated. The old fashioned Athan-
Asian creed,'with its damtiatory clauses, they
are too "liberal" to accept ; but instead there
of they invent new sins (or rather add uew
items to the catalogue of sins). Thus not only
is slaveholding denounced as a sin, but the
hanging of murderers, the drinking of wine,
the smoking of tobaeco, the taking a walk on
Sunday, and divers other things with which
the old charches, notwithstanding the stern
ness of their creeds, never meddled. It would
seem that in proportion arm religious commu
nity gets easier in its dogmatic standards, it
makes amends by becoming more carping and
critical in its regulation of the social.and poli
A Ravinizan Sconsnart.—The people of al
most every community, at some period, have
been deceived and imposed upon by hypocritical
pretenders who "steal the livery of heaven to
serve the devil in," and have the ability and
tact to play well their part. A case of the kind
has just been developed in this city, and we are
among the victims, having confided in
vorably noticed a well recommended and seem
ingly pious stranger, who turns out to be a
miserable hypocrite and accomplished scoun
drel. For three weeks past the individual al
luded to has been the master-spirit of a highly
successful religious revival meeting in one of
our principal churches, preaching eloquent ser
mons every night, laboring with untiring zeal
for the - conversion of ,souls, infusi9g unwonted
enthusiasm into the members of the congrega
tion, and "seeming most a saint when most he
played,the devil." We refer to Reverend Dr.
Robinson, who has a family residing in Philadel
phia, and is traveling about the country, in a
ministerial capacity, accompanied, by a flashy
young woman as his mistress, said tb be a vic
tim of his seductive arts: The facts in relation
to this fellow's connection with the girl al
luded to, were fully developed on Friday eve
ning, when he received notice to quit the city ,
immediately, and was furnished with money
for that purpose. He left at three o'clock„on
Saturday morning on the western train, and
will no doubt attempt, in other towns, the
same game which he played so successfully
here for a period of three weeks. He is a min
of genteel appearance and fine address, es;
tensive'and varied imformation, a higical and
eloquent preacher, a pleasant conversationalist,
and in all respects well calculated to deceive.—
Our. Methodist friends in Altoona and Pitts
burg, which places he designed visiting, should'
be on their guard against-this hypocritical pre
tender, and close their church doors against
him. We acknowledge having been emphati
cally "sold," and for the future shall be care
ful not to confide in or commend perambulating .
revival preachers, of any denoinination, until
fully satisfied that they are what they repro.
sent themselves to be : -
"The devil can quote Scripture for his purpose
kw soutproducing holy whams
Is like'a villain with a smiling face, •
kgec.e.: l l7 apple rotten at the-heart.
%whit* goodly..outoide falsehood, bath!'
Pennopluattia tiettlp telegraph, sllottbap, 'Afternoon, february N, Is6l.
Rev. Mn. Ross, of York, will preach in the
Locust Street Methodist Church this evening.
He is a worthy man and excellent preacher. A
few weeks ago Mr. Ross labored with great suc
cess in the Vine street revival meetings, and
made a highly favorable impression.
OBSERVANOB OF LENT..--the •various Catholic
Bishops are publishing regulations for Lent, to
be observed by memoirs of that religions de
nomination. Lent commences onvWednesday
the 13th of February, and the rules laid down
for fasting during the entire Lenten season, are
obligatory upon all who have completed their
twenty-first year, unless legitimately dispensed.
But one meal per day is to be taken, excepting
Sundays, and that is not to be taken until about
noon. A small collation, however, is allowed
in the evening, but no general rule as to the
quantity of food can be made. The quali
ty of food allowed at a collation is bread, but•
ter, cheese, all kinds of fruit, salads, vegeta
bles and fish. . The following persons are ex
empted from the obligation of fasting: young
persons under: twenty-one years of age, the
sick,.rwrsing women, those who are obliged to
do hard labor, and all who, through weakness,
cannot fast without prejudice to their health.
DIPTHKRIA-408T MORTEN EXAMINATION.---At
Youngstown, Ohio, a few days •since, a female
pauper died suddenly of diptheria, after having
been treated for the disease some three weeks,
and at'a time when her regarded her
as out of danger. , Just before death, she com
plained of severe rain in the , region of the
heart, and the circumstances of her sudden
death, after an apparent recovery from the dip
theria, Induced her physicians to hold a poat
naortem examination of the partssupposed to be
affected, which disclosed the fact that the
heart of the patient was diseased in-the same
manner asthe throat. On examining this or
gan they found its cavities filled with that pe
culiar fibrinous exudation which appears on the
throat. The right.ventricle was almost com
pletely filled. The left auricle also contained a
large quantity,. Which, passing through the left
ventricle, 'prevented the closure of the valves
between these cavities.- This condition of the
heart, in connection with, the diptheria, has
been reported by the Philadelphia physicians,
in cases that have come under their investiga
tion, and is supposed only to attend the more
severe instances. • -
A MYSTERIOUS CASE.—The Philadelphia, Nortb
American of this morning - contains thelollow
ing item under the above. caption . : •
On Thursday afternoon, a iespectable citizen
who was about to enter. the North Pennsylva
nia railroad cars was approached by two ladies
with a box, apparently a soap box, firm which
the trade marks bad been erased with sand:
paper, and on which the following direction
was affixed: "Mary Mencluer, Quakertown
station—care of M. Smith—Pa." The citizen,
who was requested, placed the box in a baggage
car, and expected to meet the ladies among the
passengers. To his surprise,' however, they
were not there, and he observed them retreat
ing at a rapid rate along Front street. The
following telegraphic. dispatch, which may
throw some light upon the subject, was received
by District Attorney Man on Saturday:.
QUAKERTOWN, February 2,1861. :
• "For William B. Mann, - PrAsecutitlit
Ittorifey, 'Phifidefrillia These ariToini — chilh'
you that a female child was sent from the city,
in a box, to Smith's Hotel, Quakertown, Pa.,
which when opened showed. marks of violence
about its neck. A Coroner's inquest was.held
on the child, and their verdict was that the
child was killed, befog delivered alive. We
shall await your orders in the matter. There
is one witness that , received the box from two
ladies, at the depot in the city, and he says-he
could identify them.. - .
Yours in WON . THOMAS P. BALL
" Justice'of the ece,Quakertowri,erinn.
"Answer immediately and oblige."
Then Detective Maier= proceeded to Qua
kertown, to investigate the matter, aniL re
turned with all the evidence that could be
obtained, A Coroner's inquest had been held
at Quakertown, when Doctors Meredith, Carey
and Green made a post mortem esruninatiori.
Mrronsu's Naw GRNERAL ATLAS FOR 1861.
This is Mitchell's latest , and best attempt to.
furnish the Artier - lean people with a . complef# ..
Atlas, comprising a series of seventy-six marts
and plans of diffefent cities in the 17nited
States, with a full and accurate list of post qf
-flees, arranged in alphabetical order,numberink
some twenty-five thousand, and corrected cen
sus of the principal towns and cities according
to the latest returns,and other statistical know
'ledge so important to every man of bushiess.
its maps are clear and distinct. 'The bounda
ries of each county and State are plain and dis
tinct, the coloring beautiful, all combining to
make it one of the most attractive and desira
ble works for the drawing-rooM or center table
—a work every family ought: to possess--While
the low price at which it is furnished, places it
within the reach of families.of Moderate means
The engravings are entirely new, being gotten
up expressly for this work, and give aclearness
to the lettering - and lines of demarkation of
the difterent countries, Belden): met with.
The work is sold only by, agents and can be
procured of the agent 'who is now visiting this
JoS. - F. JAOGSRS.
LANGE ABEIVAL of Niw gOO/08.—THE CHEAP
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flaw:fel ail° cents, worth 12 cents. 2,000
yards bleached 4-4 muslin at 10. cents, worth l 2
cents. 1011 Pe beautiful new style print at 10
cents, worth 12 cents. '5O Pe print at 7 and 8
cents, worth 12 cents, warranted fast color.-
1,500 yards of unbleached muslin at 10 cents,
the best ever made for the price. :1,000 under
shirts and drawers at 50, .62 and 75 cents.- -
Socks and and ladies stockings a large variety.
'Our whole stock of winter goods, such as
Shawls, De Laines, Pant Stuff, Cloth, - and all
kinds of Flannels I will sell off at cost. Now
is the _time to get bargains. S. Lim, at
Rhoads' old corner. -
WOOD'S Hata RESToßallyn - .—Among. all
preparations for thit hair' that haft. been Intro duce& as,
infallible, none has ever given the satisfaction - Or gained
the popularity that Prof. Wood's. Hair Restorativ mew'
has. Hie Restorative has palmed the ordeal of innumer,
able. fashionable toilets, and the ladies, wherever they,
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* Mid, wherever they hale tested it, pronounce it a pier-"
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WHOLEELALE DITOT AT
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Prepare! from a Prescription of Sir J. Clarke, M. D.
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it is peculiarly suited in a short time, bring on
the monthly period - Stith regularity.
Each bottle, price °tie Dollar, bears the Government
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These Pe72s should not be. taken byltentaks_ during the
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o *Photo OA • W7tOleadie orders should be uddr
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It is an entirely new discovery, and mustnotbe cotfound
ad with any of the numerous patent medicines-of the
day. It is food for, the blood; already prepared for ab
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avhat one gains he rotates. Let all those, then, who are
tittering from poverty, impurity. or deficiency of blood,
'still_ consequently with some chronic disease or ailment,
, take of this Btoon FOOD and be restored to health.' We
notice that our Druggists have, received a supply of this
lArticle,. and also of the world-renowned Dr. Earoir's IN.
Vomits Coanut,',..wbich every Mother should have. It
is add . to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind
_whatever, and of course must beinvaluable for all infan
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and mafiosi the gums in process of teething, and at the
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Itirßee advertisement, ._ anZtfeb6
Far sale by 0. A. Bannvart, sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa
THE ADVERTISER, having been restored to
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hiving suffered several years with a severe lung affect
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fet:et-will try his remedy, tip will cost them nothing,
and May prove a blessing..
Blet.es wishing the prescription will please addreas
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburgh . ,
Kings county, 'New York.'
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Wo fainily Should be without 'them, as by their timely
use mush suffering and expense may be saved. •
Prepenel by WM. B. 110Fb'AT, 11. D.-, New York; and
Pr. sale by all Drugging; • . noni-wly
LIQUORS AT COST !
TITAVING concluded to discontinue the
business, we offer our large and complete assort
ment of Firm Warm B BANDIte, and liquors of every db.
scriptiun at cost without reserve.
WM. DOCK JR. & CO.,
Oliosite tbe Court House.
THE ATTENTION OF
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
,visiting .the City is. called to the largest and finest as
Letter, Note and Cap Papers
Envelopes, Pens and fielders,
Ink, Inkstands, Pencils,
Writing Sand, Sand Boxes,
Blotting Board, and a
Hill variety of all kinds of STATIONERY; which for lees
and quality cannot be excelled, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market Street.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
VORTY:, BOXES in prime order just re
calved and for sale by
t.q DOOR JR. & CO.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW IMPROVEMENTS AT REDUCED PRICES.
THEW IEMELER & WILSON Man
turing Company having gained ALL their suits at
law, with infringing rhanufacturers of Sewing Machines,
propose that the publio should be benefltted thereby,
and , have accordingly reduced the prices of their Elewhig
Machines. After this date they will be sold at rates that
will pay a fair profit on the coat of manufacture, capital
invested, and expense of making sales; such prices a
will enable them- to make first class machines; and, as
heremfore, guarantee them in every particular.
In accordance with the announcement, above I will
sell their splendidnewhig' Machines at prices from $4O
to $9O for the fine full case machines. It is a well estab
lished fact that the
Wheeler & Wilson . Sewing Machine
is, the best one intim 'Market, the best made, most staple
and least liable to get out of order, and they now as
low as the 'Metier machines. Call and see them a
Third and Market.
del-dm - W. 0. HICKOK, A :ent.
FOR RENT.--THE STORE ROOM AND
CcLLAR Of N 0.12, west Market Square. Posses
sion given on the first of April next. For particulars
enquire of. [jan9.llti] H.-FELIX.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
ONE PRICE GIFT,
No. 607 CHESTNUT STREET.
A superb stock of fine Freneh, English and American
• and VESTINGS,
For City and Country trade, with an unapproachable as
sortment of Rltd97; MADE CLOTHING at the lowest cash
ffir-But ONE PRICE is asked, and a GIFT of intrinsic
worth and use presented wizh each article sold.
Parth.Slar attention paid to the Eisitomer doparttitent,
and garments made andsent to order to any address.
In inaugurating this new system of doing business,
GRANVILLE STOKES would impress on. the minds of
the patrons of his establishment, that the cost of the gift
is deducted from, and sior added to the price of the arti
cle sold. His immensely increasing sales enabling him
to act thus liberally, and 'at the same time to realize a
remunerative,profit. . .
An articles guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
I NE PRICECLOTHINGEkPORIUM
BOXER'S SULTANANA'S SAUCE
‘ - lrurirbt - anirl'old - or a$ sinds
yet e' lemma and
Sauce, invented by th
"Soma,'for the Lon
tm Club, is, since hie
manufactured by the
awn house of tinossn
ILL, London iretil the
Ragland, atortuf the
witha high Maggieow
on among American
sills much approved
Lmulant to the appetite
OPINIONS OP THE LONDON PRESS.
We recommend our correspondent to try MONS. SOT
MR'S new Sauce, entitled the 'Sultana's Sauce. , It is
'made alter the Turkish recipe.; its flavor is excellent,
and it affords considerable aid in cases of slow and weak
digestion. "-2he Lancet.
"Sa:tory, Piquant, and Spicy, worthy the. genius of
most valuable. adjunct to Fish, Flesh, and Fowl,
and should have a place on every table."—Atlas.
Sole Agents for the United. States.
GARDNKR G. YIIELIN, 217 Fulton si N. Y.
and BRAY & HAYES,: 34 Barnhill, Boston.
For sale by Groeers and Fruit Dealers everywhere.
A TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE, with a
Two Story Back Building, being a very desirable
private residehce, situated ire Second street below Mul
berry; is offered for,rent. The property has been refit.
tad, and Is now in good repair, being FAMED and RE
PAINTED. For further information apply to
THEO. F. BOYER,
jenE•dtf Cor.Third and Chestnut Streets.
rpHE SUBSORItira having purchased of
± Wm. Moyer his stock of STONE WARE,
commence the MANOFACTURE OF ALL. MINDS OF.
STONEWARE athis NEW POTTERY on the canal opposite
the Car Factory, With a supeilor kiln and ekperlenced
workmen, he expects to be able to attire such ware as
shall commend itself to public favor.
, ' JOON. W. COWDEN.
ALBUMaI: ALBUMS 1 !
The finest assortnoent of ALBUMS ever °Kenai in this
city, ranging in price from 50 amnia to $lO 00 each, bound
in all styles of Binding, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
for Mark Street.
- H. .L. ita .
..)RAOTICAL Tuner and Repairer - of
• Pianos, Melodeons, &0., Aro., will receive orders in
to are at WM. KNOCHE'S Music Store, 92 Market street
All orders lidt at the above named place, or at the Buehler
Heise, willmeet with prompt attention.
First dais PIANOS tor sale. ' • seplB-dly
ADAMANTINE CANDLES; •
STEARINE CANDLES, •
cHEWEICAL SPERM CANDIES,
large lot of the' above in store and for sale at the low
est prices by , , ,
WIL DOCK JR. & CO.,
jan2 Opposite the Court House:
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and Enoravers on Wood'
N. K COB. FIFTH Sr. CHESTNUT STS
EXECUTE all kinds of Wood Engraving
with beauty;eorrectr.ess 'and dispatch. Original
ueisigits ftirntshea for Fine, Book Illustrations. Poisons
wishing outs, by sending a Photograph or DaguerrhotyPe,
can have views of Colleges, Churches, Store Fronts,
Machines, Stoves, Patents, lie., engraved as well on per
Fanny Envelopes, Labels, Bill Readings, ShOw Bills,
Visiting, Business and ether Cards, engraved in the
highest style of art, -and at the lowest prices.
.For specimens of line, engraving, see 'the Illustrated
'works ofJ._B. Lippinbitt 401; E. H. Butler &Co.
A. NEW- LOT OF •
LADIES' SHOPPING & . TRAVELING BAGS
-Coniprisinia nimber of new styles GENTS' and Let-
DIES' ^Money. Purses' and :Wallets. , • flue assortment
jest recelvedand fir sale at • '
" BAINKIV §. 6 :(4R -SGOESOEri
607 CHESTNUT STREET.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
rpuE STORE ROOM next to the Court
House, late in the occupancy of Mr. Glover. Poe
seecion given on the first of April. Enquire of
JEWELRY, WATCHES , CLOCKS,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED-F. ZIMMERMAN & CO:,
N 0.5 2 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
Pa., opposite flatta's Horac and adjoining the
EUROPEAN Holm, having purchased the stock of E. F
Jennings, and added a large assortment of NEW JEW
KLRY, we will sell the same at the lowest cash price, and
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neatly and promptly re
paired and delivered.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO
Having disposed of my stock of Jewelry to A. F. Zim
merman & Co., I cheerfully recommend them to my for
mer customers as practieal and 'experienced Watch
Makers and solicit for them a continuance of the patron.
NO which has been so generously extended tome during
the last six years
ELMER F. .TENNENGS
AT THE NEW CITY STORE !
macs & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FRONT & MARKET STS.
A NNOUNCE to the citizens of Harris
-2i burg at d the public generally, that they have Just
returned from the eastern cities with a large and well se
lected stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which they will
sell st the ye ty lowest prices.
. DOMESTIC GOODS of every kind.
Bleached and Unbleached Muslims,
Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels.
RED FLANNELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. •
A large assortmentnf Welsh Flannels for &Whig.
An assortment Domestic Ginghsms,
" Manchester Ginghams,
. , Sathietts and Ca i.simeres,l
" Black Cloths atallprices,
Cloths for Ladies' Chesterfields,
" Beaver Cloths for the Arabliloaks.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Cassimer es, especially adapted to
Boy's Wear. 'An assortment of Merino Drawers and Un
dershirts. An assortment of Carpets from 12% ots a
'yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
STRIPED AND PLAID
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS-
A large assortment of Brocbe and Blanket Shawls, with
a tall stock of the latest novelties.
An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmeres.
LINENS OF ALL KINDS.
Particular attention paid to first class Hosiery and Em
broideries, &c., &c. &c.
An assortment of Eageni e wove trail spring skirt pat
An assortment of Shrouding and Flannels.
HEIGH & COWPERTHWAIT,
Corner, of Front and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
Formerly occupied by J. L. Bitner. oct2ll-1y
1 17 Ma •
DR. D. W. JONES,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, HARRISBURG, PA
'ETAS. now permanently located there,
11. and may be consulted on all diseases, but more
particularly diseases of a private nature, such as God.
orrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness and Dys
pepsia, Liver Complaint, Giddiness, Dimness of Sight
Pain in the Head, Ringing in Ear, Palpitation of the
Heart, Pain in the Back and Limbs; Female Gemplainto.,
and all derangement of the gentle organs. Dr. JONgs
will guarantee a perfect restoration with such mild and
balmy. juices of herbs thatiVill carry out disease in place
of throwing 4t back upon the constitution. All diseases
of the Kidneys and Bladder speedily cured. A cure
warranted orno charge—mild cases cured in from three
to live days. .
TAKR , IT IN TIME
This is one of the most horrid of all diseases if not im
mediately cured. Makes %I appearance' in sores and
eruptions over the whole body, and the throat becomes
ulcerated. The victim of this disease becomes a horrible
objeatill death puts an end to his suffering To such
Dr, ..101.11y9 °MI the safest and moat sore remedies in
America. There are personitn 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 direction and without the least injury to the
Dr. JONES may be consulted personally or by letter,
describing all symptoms, or, if debired, he will consult
with patients at their residence, advice gratis.
Dr. JONES has private consulting rooms. Please ring
the bell: at the ladies entrance. The remedies used by
Dr.JONED need no of diet or hindrance from bu•
aindES-. '4ll - letters must contain a stamp to ensure an
answer. - Address , Die. D. AY% JONES, -
jani Franklin House, Harrisburg, Pa.
SEVERAL COMFORTABLE DWELLING
HOUSES in different parts of this city. Stabling at
'tacked to some of them. Pomession given the first of
April next. U2-3m3 CHAS. C. RAWN.
• „ Oure Cough, l Cl?lti v. Hoarseness, infin
ew ' 7 ' 7747 afT, ell o t r he=sa of
6RoNcHIAL • . a nichg,`, ( 2l7,a,marlancatar' E l,
Clear and gin :strength to
4)oo\the voice of
PUB'. ICSPEA.K.E 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 t o a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks HaiLung,a. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL Tat Can,'
containing demulcent ingredientS, allay Pulmonary and
“That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the "TROCHES" 'are a specitto) „ haring
mnde me often a mere ,vhisporer.
• "I recommend their use to- Public
REV. E H. MAPLE . .
"Have proved extremely serviceable
for Hoarseness." '
RiIV.IIENRY WARD BEECHER.
“Almost instant relief in the distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma."
_ . .
• REV. A. 0: EGGIMSTON.
"Contain no Opium or anything biluri
one." 'DR. A. A. HAVES,
"A simple and pleasant combination for
"Baneficial in Bronchitis r.
DR. J. F. W. I.A.NE,
have proved then - excellent for
11EV. , 11. W. WARREN,
*Beneficial when compelled to speak,
suffering from Cold." -
REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON;
"Effectual In removing Hoarseness awl
IrrilatiOn of the Throat, so common with
Speakers and Singers." _ •
Prof. M. hTACY, JOHNSON,
La Grange, Oa.
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent Hoarse
nem. From their pasletfect, I think they
will be of perManent advantage to me."
REV. E. ROWLEY, A. at,
President or Athens College, Tenn.
fii-Soldhyfill Druggists at 25 conies box
LOOH:ERT LIVERY S TABLE,
. . . .
CHANttE OP LOCATION..
rjHE : SUBSCRIBER Las .removed his
Livery Establishment to the NEW ANT/ IWAPLOUS
ANELIN HOUSE STABLES, corner ortiaspberry and
Strawberry alleys, where he will keep ,a MOIL or =tel.
lent HORSES, and new and fashionable BUGGIES and
CA I , }ild tat-, is Peat moderdle rates. ;
janl2 . GEO. W. MOHER, agt.
ASSIGNEWS - 4SAIA
-. A - A - T ILL BE - SOLD at riablibiiiKle or out
y cry, at the eornerier north and Chesnut streets,
in the oily of Harristotirg, on. TRintstle.V.; February 1,
at 2 o'clock P. M. the tollowir.g. artieles .FOUr Horses,
one Tem' Hoise Watbd, One Iforse . .Nritgons, one
Cart, two Wbeelharrotve owiPatent Straw Cottei,'Suagle
and:DetibleHaruesa; lot of Lime, Betas; &etas, Balls,
Cheetnet Posta, Boartt Fence i -Posts, he
iFsignep of Daniel"lthbads,
, - 704 132 1 BEE s -
OLRP -N TER, Nft JO 888 B.
60/akk 't"l AND Fficali
OBBING of .all kindu done at
U vegan In good style, pad on reasonable terms,..
DR. G. F. BRIE:LOW.