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Tuesday Atterllooll, February 5, 1561.
Another Secret Association.
We understand that in many of the
Western counties associations have been
organized under the motto : "The Union,
Constitution, and enforcement of the Laws
as they are." We are not advised of the
object of the association, but judging from
the motto, there can be nothing objection
able in them.
The New York Tribithe Correspon
The. New York Tribune of yesterday
publishes a letter, said to have been writ
ten by their "own Correspondent," in
which a most unjustifiable attack is made
upon Mr. Armstrong of Lyooming; Mr.
Patterson, of Juniata; Mr. Harvey, of
Delaware; Gen. Wilson, of Beaver;
Gideon J. Ball, of Erie ; all the members
from the city of Philadelphia except Dr.
Seltzer, and Mr. Bartholomew of Schuyl
kill, by classifying them as having joined
with the radical Democrats. These as
sertions made by their "own Correspon
dent" are Slim in every respect. No vote
whatever , has been given by these gentle
men which can ever be construed by the
moat ultra Republicans into an abandon
Meat of any principle advocated by the
Republican party during the last canvass.
It will be time enough to make a denun
ciation of gentlemen occupying seats in
the House of Representatives when they
Banally dFsert their party; and we shall
be the first to do so whenever party men
forsake their principles; but we cannot
fora moment believe that any of the gen
tleMmnamed have ever dreamed of join
ing the Democratic party. The corres
pondenee in the Tribune is false in every
respect, and we have no doubt if the pro
prietors of that paper were personally ac
qaainted;with the character of their corres
pondent here they would' at once 'dis
401EIN BELL AND THE UrnoN.--Solon
Borland, formerly a Senator from Arkan
sas, made , a disunion. speech in. Nashville
a few nights ago.. He said, in the course
of his remarks, that the a Consitutional
Union party," and its acknowledged cham
pion, John Bell, had held the doctrine
that the election of Lincoln would be a
just cause for tbe dissolution of the Union.
John Bell, who was in the audience, rose
and_ denied the charge. Upon this, says
the National Democrat, the "cheers rang
again and again through that vast hall,
atifying us of the predominant Union
feeling in the assemblage—notwithstand
ing the disunion element mustered its
strength." Mr. Bell, before he sat down,
expressed the hope and. conviction that
all would yet be well with the Union ;
and this declaration was recieved with a
great shout of applause.
THE SUPREME COURT VAOANOY.—The
President still inclines to nominate Judge
Black for the late Judge Daniel's vacancy
on the Bench of thdiSupreme Court, but
the declining Democratic strength in the
Senate, and • Southern opposition to the
appointment, do not afford much enoour
agement for his confirmation. That place
belongs properly to the next Administra
tion, and will be so treated, after the ex
amples of Messrs. Crittenden and Badger,
who were suspended by Democratic majo
rities; when nominated for this Court by
Mr. Adams and Mr. Fillmore until
General Jackson and Mr. Pierce eame
into office. Their own medioine, ju
diciensly administered, will do them
AN EQUIVOOAL COMPLIMENT•--We
percieve that Lieut. North has received
his appointment , as Chief or Admiral of
the Navy of South Carolina, instead of
Mr. Lawrence, who was understood to
cherish aBpirations for that exalted digni
ty. The profound distaste of the chivalry
for anything suggestive of high latitudes,
must have dictated the bestowing of this
very equivocal compliment. While con
gratulating Lieut. North upon his budding
honors, we are forcibly reminded of the
prodigal King Dolorosa when he proposes
to create Fortunio Royal Treasurer :
"Your duties you will learn in bay a Minute
but to bold a punter-there's nothing in it
Twill' is a Major Anderson in Italy.
His name is Pergola, and with a small
girrison he holds for Francis IL the cita-
del of Messina. Pergola has warned the
citizens that , resolved neither to surrender
nor yet to be starved out, the moment
provisions fall short in the fortress he in
tends to blow it up. With paternal warn
ing he adds, that being more than eighty.
two years old, life is of little consequence
to him. •
pen novlvania Mealy Celegrapt), entobag afternoon, Yebruary 5, 1861.
Exciting Political Meeting
On Wednesday evening last a political
meeting was held in the town of Belle
fonte—the home of Governor Curtin—
during the progress of which a disorderly
and exciting scene occurred. The com
mittee appointed to prepare resolutions
for the action of the meeting, failed to
agree, and two reports were submitted.—
Mr. Humanism, on behalf of the ma
jority, presented a series of resolutions
re.endorsing the Chicago Platform—op.
posing any amendment of the Constitu
tion--denying the ridiculous charge that
the Republican party is responsible for
the troubles - which have fallen upon the
country—denying the right of any State
to secede—opposing the repeal of the so
called personal liberty bill of Pennsylva
nia—repudiating any concession or com
promise involving an abandonment of
Republican principles—and pledging sup
port to the General Government in main
taining the Constitution and the Union, at
every cost and at every hazard, Mr. M'-
ALLIsTErt, on behalf of the minority,
submitted resolutions approving of the
plan of the Border States Committee for
the settlement of existing difficulties—
approving the course of Messrs. Hale,
Cameron and Bigler—and endorsing the
sentiments of Governor Curtin as enun
ciated in his inaugural address and his let
ters to Gov. Has of Maryland. We
subjoin, from the Centre Democrat, a
paragraph descriptive of the discussion on
the resolutions, and of the closing scenes
of the meeting:
Mr. Hutchinson then came forward and sup
ported the majority report, in a lengthy and
strong speech. Mr. M'Allister followed him,
and made a very able speech in defence of the
minority report, taking strong grounds in favor
of compromise. Col. Brown followed him in
reply, when one of the most exciting scenes we
have ever witnessed occurred.' There were loud
cries of “question, question," but Col. Brown
kept the floor and demanded to be heard. The
President tried his voice, but could not make
himself heard. .Stover, Brisbin and Hutchinson,
each tried to .get the floor but failed, Ccl.
Brown positively refusing to give way. At last
order was restored, and Brown :went on to
make his speech. He was severe on Mr. M'-
Allister and his resolutions, and declared that
he was not in favor of the meeting passing any
resolutions. At the conclusion of Col. Brown's
remarks a motion was made to lay both sets of
resolutions on the table. The motion was ruled
out of order by the President. The question
was then put, and the minority resolutions
adopted amid loud shouts of applause. Mr.
Brisbin then proposed three cheers for the Con
atitution and the Union which were given with
a hearty good will, and the meeting adjourned.
South Carolina Still in Doubt.
We find the following significant re
mark in the proceedings of the South
Carolina Legislature, upon a proposition
to exempt produce of non-slaveholding
States from taxation :
Mr. M'Amarr. —I think the exemption should
extend to the products of the slaveholding
States. As WE ABE, WE ,DO NOT KNOW WHIKHER
WE ABE IN THE UNION OE OUT OF IT. North Caro—
lina, for instance, is yet in the Union. We are
uncertain, yet, whether there will be a South
After all the fuss the authorities of the
Palmetto State have made, to declare
themselves out of the Union, it is , a little
strange that one of her legislators should
still doubt whether they were out of the
Union. Had a Yankee peddler made that
remark at a railroad station, he would
have been arrested for high treason.
A Goon SOON.—The Washington Con
stitution, the weakest as well as the most
violent of disunion papers, has died.
There was too much patriotic oxygen in
the air of Washington to sustain it, and it
has suspended with the hope of -revival
somewhere "within the limits of the
Southern Confederacy." "I go hence,"
exclaims the editor—let us add, in pious
hope, the epitaphical conclusion—" to be
heard of no more forever." Perhaps it
would be proper to suggest the prayer
that the Southern Confederacy, amidst the
trials and dangers dint wait upon the
birth of nations, may not have the crown
ing misfortune of the Constitution for an
SOENE AT A THEATRE.—The New
York NB7B says that as Mr. Booth, while
playing Richard at the Winter Garden,
delivered the sentence— •
"Kings must be brief
When traitors take the field,"
burets of applause greeted him, and loud
calls for his appearance were made. At
this juncture a reactionary disposition be
came evident. It was plain that the
speech was interpreted in a political sense,
and a pretty sharp fire of hisses stopped
the enthusiasm. Coercion and anti-coer
cion have their advocates.
SOME of the Yale students, about a
week ago, caused several large secession
cockades to be displayed about the college,
in positions more conspicuous -than honor.
able. On Sunday morning last the South
ern students retaliated by raising a pal
metto flag on one of the towers of Alumni
Hall, and barricading the entrance. The
treasonable emblem caused considerable
excitement. The tower was - speedily car
ried by assault, and the flag pulled down
and torn into fragments.
CASSIUS M. CLAY, whose courage was
impugned by the Tribune because he is
in favor of compromise, does not remain
quiet under the imputation. In a letter
to that journal he says that the Tribune
has done ((more to encourage treason and
the dissolution of the Union than all the
Cotton States put together" ; and winds
up saying :
You mistake the policy for the principles of
our party—the shell for the kernel ; when the
man is drowned, you hold on to and make a
display of the coat which you have torn from
him ! It is not true, as all well know, that the
South is wholly wrong ! I stand upon my whole
responsibility—you upon yours—let all give
their advice, and then agree to disagree. Af
ter all has been said, then let us all unite in action.
Whether you or I shall, when the worst canes,
be most wanting in firmness and courage, re
mains to be seen ! Whether the past;• the pre
sent, or the future, have, do, or shall subject
me lo the denunciation of "cowardly submis
sion," I leave to others to declare.
ALABAMA FREE NEGRO BILL.—The
Senate of Alabama has passed a bill
requiring all free negroes to leave the
State by the Ist of January, 1862, or be
sold into slavery.
DAILY T ELEGR AP H.
The National Flag Raised over a Demo
cratic Newspaper Oftiee in Loalshile.
Lorrisvms, Feb. 5.
The Democrat, the Douglas newspaper in this
city, hoisted the National flag over its office to
Truce between Lieut. Slemmer and the
A truce has been concluded between Lieut.
Slemmer and the troops of the Seceding States.
The Mississippians are to return home on Mon
day, but the Alabama troops will remain until
New York 'United States Senator.
ALBANY, N. Y., Feb. 5
The Legislature met in joint Convention to
day and proceeded to the election of a United'
States Senator in place of Mr. Seward. Hon.
Ira Harris, of Albany, the Republican nomi
nee, was elected. His term of six years com
mences on the 4th of March.
Surrender of Muskets Demanded.
ALBANY, Feb. 5.
Governor Morgan is eaid to have received a
message from Gov. Brown, ofGh3orgia, demand
ing the immediate surrender of the muskets
seized by the New York city police on board
the steamship Monticello. It is not known
what reply has been returned, if any.
- The Convention of States.
WASETNGTON, February 5.
The Conference assembled at noon, and was
opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Gurley.
The committee on organization reported the
Hon. Jim. TYLER as President. It was resolved
to continue the entire session with closed doors.
It is impossible to obtain the proceedings.
The New Orleans Custmn_lhune— -
Loimavnts, Jan. 5.
The officials at the New Orleans Custom
House now in the service of the State, refuse
to deliver to the Louisville importers their for
eign goods, unless the U. S. Surveyor in this
city will grant cancelling certificates for the
goods, the duties thereon to be paid in New
The Louisiana State Convention.
NEW OELEANE, Feb. 5.
The State Convention appointed a Committee
to-day to adopt a flag. A resolution was of
fered declaring- that the Convention does not
consider itself a legislative body except for the
paiticular purpose for which it was called to
gether, and to consider the expenses of the
State. As the expenditures on account of the
Convention are $lO,OOO per week, a proposi
tson has been made to adjourn as soon as pos
sible, to avoid the cost.
The Texas State Convention.
Nsw OBIEME, Feb. 5. •
The latest advices from Texas, are dated
The Convention had assembled, but no im
portant business hod been transacted.
It was believed that the Secession ordinance
would be submitted to the people on the 20th
of February, and a Convention be called to
meet on the 2d of March.
The House resolution, giving the Govern
ment sanction to the Convention, wa's passed
in the Senate by a vote of 29 to 5.
Virginia for the Felon.
WEIZKUNG, Feb., 4
The gallant and eloquent Sherred Clemens
and C. D. Hubbard, anti-secessionists both of
them, under any circumstances, were trium
phantly elected from this county to the State
Convention to-day. The ultra disunionists
made a dead set at Clemens, but he routed
them utterly.. Reports elect all the anti-secds
sion candidates throughout the Pan. Handle by
decided • majorities. Bravo for Western Vir
Tag ELECTION FOR STATE DRLKOATES—TEIM UNION-
ISM IN TIM MAJORITY
BIOHMOND, Feb. 4.—At the election'for dele
gates to the State Convention' to-day, two
Uninists and one secessionist were elected
from this city. In ten counties the Union
ticket is elected.
MULl===gl . allU.
HON. OHERNED CLEMENS ELEQIED
WHNNLING, Feb. 4. —The election for delegates
to the State Convention resulted'in the success
of Sherred Clemens and C. D. Hubbard, anti
secessionists, by_about 600 majority. The ex
citement has been very great, and. the Union
men are jubilant at their success. The Union
candidates are also elected in Marion, Taylor,
Wood, Brooke and Hancock counties. Very
few votes were polled against referring the ac
tion of the convention back to the people.
Bacaucero, Feb. 4 Midnight.—Charlotte
county has gone for secession, and Amelia and
Nottaway counties have probably gone the
same way. In Augusta county three Unionists
are elected. In Campbell county two Union
ists are elected. The Unionists have carried .
RICHMOND Feb.„6, 1 o'clock, A. 11. Pen
nsylvania, H alifax and Ltmeabprg counties have
gone for the Union. The vote is generally In
favor of a reference of the action of the Con.
vention to the people for their ratification or
HOUSE,—Mr. Thrum (La.) sent to the Clerk's
table the Louisiana ordinance of secession
which was passed.
He said that the act which it was his purpose
to perform, in withdrawing from this assembly
in obedience to the will of the people of his
State, was an event of no ordinary occurence.
The spectacle was now exhibited of States—
delegation after delegation—withdrawing from
Con gress,from the legislative assembly of a coun
try destined under Providence to be the greatest
the world has seen. We are now witnessing the
dissolution of a mighty form of government
and the secession of State after State from the
Union. Differences of opinion have caused
these results, owing to a change in the relative
condition of the two sections. A number of
the sovereign States have arrived at the conclu
sion that they can no longer remain members
of this Union unless changes be made in the
Constitutional law, and the Constitution be
restored to its original spirit. In his judg
ment he owed it to himself and the peo
ple of the United States to say that it was his
solemn .conviction that if every one of the
measures reported by the Committee of Thirty
three were adopted unanimously by both Houses
of Congress, it would produce no effect in re
sisting the current that was sweeping State
after State from the confederacy. If the Union
was to be restored to its former condition, it
must be by constitutional amendments. If
gentlemen cannot rise to this result then a
dissolution of the Union is inevitable. It
we cannot dwell together in unity, then let
us, like the patriarchs, Lot and Abraham,
peaceably separate. While hefound no warrant
in the Constitution for secession, he maintained
the right of revolution, which had been recog
nized by solemn acts through all the depart
ments of the Government.
Mr. lirriaAw and Mr. STANTON severally in
terrupted the gentleman, raising the point that
he was not confininghimself to a mere personal
Mr. BAILEY (La.) said his colleague was mak
ing his last speech here, and certainly it was
not polite to interrupt him.
Mr. TAYLOR, (Lat.), said those who remain
here will have an opportunity to reply to his
remarks if they desire to do so.
SENATE.--Mr. FITOH, Ind.), from the Com
mittee on printing reported a resolution for the
printing of 25,000 copiee of the mechanical re
ports of the Patent Office.
Mr. Wm); (0.) presented a petition earnest
ly requesting Congress to stand firm by the
Constitution and the enforcement of the laws.
Mr. TEN Eyes., (N. 3.,) presented several pe
titions of the same character.
PENsacar,A, Feb. 5
, Mr. Drsos,(Conn.,) presented a petition signed
by more than one thousand citizens of Connec
ticut without distinction of party in favor of
the passage of the Border State resolutions.
Mr. Brous, Pa., presented petitions in favor
of the Crittenden resolutions.
Mr. CarmaoN, Pa., presented petitions in fa
vor of standing by the Constitution.
Mi WIGFALT. (Texas) offered a resolution en
quiring of the President why troops were con
centrated in this district. Their number, and
if destined for a special purpose,tutd if so, what
is to be required of them.
Mr. Tumuli. (Ill.) reported a resolution
providing for the mode of counting the votes
for President and Vice President. The resolu
tion which proposes the usual mode,was adopt
ed. The Loan bill was then taken up.
Howell Cobb Elected President—His Speecli—ne
MONTGOMERY, ALA., Feb. 4.—The Southern.
Convention met at noon to-day.
R. W. Barnwell of South Carolina, was elect
ed temporary chairman.
An impressive prayer was offered by Rev
On motion of Mr. Rhett, jr., of South Caro
lina, Howell Cobb was elected permanent Pre
sident by acclamation. Johnson F. Hooper was
elected 'Secretary by acclamation.
All the delegates were present except F. Mor
ten, of Florida.
In - the course of Mr. Cobb's address on taking
the- chair, - tre - sai4 : "The occasion that has as
sembled us together is one of no ordinary char
acter. We meet 'lo a the representatives of sov
ereign and independent States, who by their
solemn judgment have dissolved all political
association which connected them with the gov
ernment of the United States. It is now a fix
ed, irrevocable fact. The separation is perfect,
complete and perpetual.
"The great duty now imposed upon us is to
provide a government for our future security
and protection. We can and should extend to
our sister States—our late sister States, who
are identified by interest, feeling and institu
tions With us—a cordial invitation to unite in
one common destiny ; and at the same time
maintain with our late confederates friendly
relations, political and commercial:"
The usual preliminary business was attended
to, when the convention adjourned till to
The breadstnffs market continues dull, and
prices generally are weak sales of 600 bble. flour
at $5 25 for superfine, $5 60 for extra, $6 12.1.
for extra family. Rye declined to $3 62i.
Corn meal steady at $3. There is a fairamount
of wheat coming in but the demand is limited,
.sales of 2000 bushels red at $1 25®$1 28, and
white $1 35®$1 40. Rye_dull at 68®70.
Corn declined to 58e for new - and 68®69 for
old. 2000 bushels oats sold at 33i. for Penna.
and 32 for Jersey. Provisions are firm, of cof
fee there is very little here, sales at 12®1310.
Whisky dull at 17i®,18c.
BAINI3IOIO, Feb. 5.
Flour steady ; Ohio and Howard St. $6 25,
City Mills nominally the same. Wheat dull ;
re d $1 2801 33, white $1 4001 60. Cor
steady ; mixed 68(,60e., yellow 60c. Pwvi
ions firm at previous rates. Coffee steady rEio
121@,13110. Whisky firm at 18c.
Naw Yong., Feb. b.
Flour. has dcelined sc. 8500 bbls sold—
State $5 15®$5 25 ; Ohio $5 60@$5 70 ;
Southern $5 50®$5 90. White wheat is lc
lower, and quotations are nominal. Corn is
declining. Beef dull ; Pork quiet ; lard dull
at si@aoi. Whiskey dull at 18®18. Re
ceipts of Flour 5346 bbls. Wheat ,5499 bus.
Corn 1138 bu.
Comm.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience having proved that Simple Tame.
dies often act. speedily and certainly when-taken in the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
had to "Brown's Bronchial Troches,” or lozenges, let
the COld, Cough or-Irritation of the Throat be ever so
slight, as by this precaution a more serious attack may
be warded off. Public speakers and singerg win
them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice.
See advertisement. delo-d-swawtim
MOTHERS, READ Tms.—The following is an
extraat from a letter written by the pastor of a - Baptist
church to the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati,
Ohio, and speaks volume In favor of that world-re
nowned medicine—Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup fbr
Children Teething :
"We see an advertiaement In your column of Mrs.
Winslowts Soothing Syrup . Now we never said a word
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to ray to our readers, that tldsis no hum
bug...we have tried /t, and know it to be aria &dm. - it
s, probably; one of the most successful medicines of th•
ay, because it is one of the beet. Ana ,those of you°
aders who have babies can't do better than to lay 2r
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The Southern Congress.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb 6, 1861
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DITPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
Infallible in correcting, regulating, and removing
obstructions, from whatever cause, and al
ways successful as a preven
THESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both in France and
America, with unparalleled success in every case ; and
he is urged by many thousand ladies who used them, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of family where health will not permit it.—
Females particularly situated, Or those supposmg them
selves so, are cautioned against these Pills while In that
condition, as they are sure to produce miscarriage, and
the proprietor assumes no responsibility after this admo
nition, although their mildness would prevent any mis
chief to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Full and explicit directions accompany each box. Prise
$l. 00 per box. told wholesale and retail by
CHARLES BANNFART, Druggist,
No. 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa.
"Ladles," by sending him Si 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation to
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free or pos
tage" by mail. Sold also by S. 13. &WM, Reading,
Josssox, Houoursv & Cownwr Philadelphia, J. L. Isar
maga, 'Lebanon Damn H. Hare , m, LelleaSter,' J. A.
Won'. Wrightsville; B. T. MILLI; York; and by one
druggist in every oily and village in the Union, and by
8.1). Howe, sole proprietor. New York.
N. B.—Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless every box Is signed S. D. Howe. All
others are a base imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be
ing humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterfeited. deS-dwaswly.
- alarr cb
February- sth, by the Rev. T. H. Robinson, GIORGI
W. BIM M. D., and Miss Ruzensru H. Kim, daughter
of W. M. Kerr, Esq., all of Harrisburg.'
O. or O. F.
THE members of Harrisburg Lodge No.
68, aro requested to attend the stated meeting of
the Lodge on WEDNESDAY EVENING (Feb. 6) at 7
o'clock, as important business will be transacted.
- ANDREW SCHLEYER, Sec.
MBE Auditor appointed by the Court of
Common Fleas of Dauphin county, to distribute
among the cred tam of. Leonard S. Marks, the balance
remaining in the hands of DANIEL EEISEB, Adminis
trator of Marks D. 'Whitman, dee'd., who 'was the As
signee of said Marks, will meet the parties interested, at
his °taco in the city of Harrislm•g, on Priday, the first
day of March next, at 10 o'clock A.M., at which timeand
place they are hereby notified to attend and make known
their claims. H. H. GRAYDON,
CITY BONDS FOR SALM
ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS of $5OO
each, bearing 6 per cent. interest, being a safe and
good investment. Apply to
feb4 3md W. K. VERBREER.
IN ACCORDANCE with a resolution adopted
by the Joint Committee of the Senate and. House
of RepresentatiVes of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, appointed to make proper ar
rangements for raising the American Flag upon
the dome of the Capitol, on the 22d of Feb
ruary, 1861, an invitation is hereby extended
to all Military companies, Fire companies, and
other civic associations, in the State, to jo in in
the proposed ceremonies. Major General Heim,
of this city, has been appointed Chief Marshal,
to whom all companies and associations pro- .
posing to be present on the occasion, will please
report, on or before the 15th inst.
JOSEPH H. WILSON,
feb6-dawtd. Chaim= Conrmittee.
MLLE UNDERSIGNED has opened his
j_ LUMBER OFFICE, corner of Third street and Black
berry alley, near Herr's Retell
Arso—TWO ROOMS with folding doors TO LET, suits
ble for a lawyer , s office. Possession can be bldimme
diately. W. F. MURRAY.
Arco—HORSES AND CARRIAGES to litre at the same
Dahl FRANK A. MURRAY.
NOTICE. Citizens of Harrisburg laving
YARD HOUSES - TO CLEAN can have the work
done on reasonable terms by calling or leaving orders at
the residence of GEDDE3 MILLER, Verbeketown, In the
sixth ward, near Ridge Road. 2.3t*
ATTENTION CAVALRY I.
A N ADJOURNED MEETING of all fa
n,. vorable to tbe.organlzationof a CAVALRY SQUAD
RON, will be held at the public house of Joseph HaLuels, -
to Lower Paxton :township, on Thursday evening, the . 7th
last., at seven o'clock.
fl-51 LEANDER N. OTT, Secretary,
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY,
At .N - 0. 12, North-Western Side of . Market Square
Next to Felix's Confectionary.
Owingto other engagements. I will sell
out m y atock of Groceries,. China, Glass and
Queensware, Provisions, Liquors. &c. A bargain. There
is a gcod run of City and Country trade. and any person
wishing to engage In the business will do well to call
soon, as I intend closing it ont. The - store Room and
Cellar Can be leased for the business.
febl-St* - W. L. TREWICK.
Select Schools for Boys and Girls.
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
THE Fallterm of ROBERT WELWEE'S
A. School for boys, will open on the last Monday in
August. The room is well ventilated, comroriab)y fur
nished, and in every respect well adapted . for echool
CATHARINE WELWETVS School for girls, loCated In
the same building' will open for the Fall:term at the same
time. The room has been elegantly tittea irp,tlnring the
vacation, to promote the health and.Omfort of
a HAVANA 'CIGARS
A ne assortment, comprising .
FmAno, From:FLY, . .
. Ls - 13ms, ' BIEWIZIT43,
• • It/RD, Canton%
Of all sizes and " • '
... "panes, quarter,- cone-flith and. one.
tenth boxes, just received and for bale low by
JOHN H. ZiEGLER,
jan3o 73 Market Street.
PROF. ADOLPH P". TEUPSEW: -
WOULD respectfully Worm . his old
patrons and the public generally, that he will
continue to give instructions on the, PIANO FORTE, ME
LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the sot ce of THOROUGH
BASS. He will w'th pleasure wait u apils at their
homes at any hour desired, or lessons be givenat
his- residence, in Third street, a few doorsplow the
German Reformed Church. de61.5:411X
• lion RENT.
A TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE AND
L LARGE STORE ROOM, situate on Market street be
tween 4th and sth streets, M. ward, city of Harrisburg-
Also, a number of DWELLING HOUSES In different parts
of the city. Apply to •
C. 0. ZIMMERMAN,
jan29-tf No. 28. South Second Street.
riLOSING OUT our still large assortment
Vv of FURS, consisting of
Handsome Dark Sable Setts,
Handsome Dark Siberian Squirrel Setts,
A flue stock or all kinds of loiv price Furs,
A chance for Bargains in Yule nre..
Call at CATEWARTS,
N 0.14 Market Square_.
ian24 ext to the Harrisburg Bank.
VOR RENT.-THE DWELLING PART
of the FOUR STORY BRION ROUSE No. 93 Market
street. Poasesston given on the Ink of April next. Tor
particulars enquire of Van& 3 J. B. SIMON.
" . FOR THE SEASON.
Vanilla, best in market,
Pure D iles istili t ed Eos ß utat ose
Batan Water gE s
- Herbs .
Pore Cream Tager, _
SELLER'S DRUG STORE,
d2O 91 Market Street.
Consumers of Coal Take Notice !
COAL DELIVERED ID Alff FART OPTHE
MUM BY THE EATEN! WEIGH CARTS, AT
THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES, FOR
LYKIIIVS Vas= Nur Com" at 141 00 per ton.
'‘ Simi. EGG Com, at $2 90 per ton
I' II Linos goo e• at $2 90 per ton
Elton= I , at 92 93 per ton
CALILOOMI COAL Co.'B WASOMAIss STILLIBOAT, $3 00 .
0 Bitomir, $3 00.
EGO, $3 00
,g NOT, 52 25.
BROAD Toe Coax. (for Smith's use) 12% cents a busbei.
2,500 bushels Oars for sale at /await cash prices.
A large lot of superior HICKORY AND OAK WOOD, for
sale at the lowest rates.
Agent for Do Pont's Gun and Blasting Powder, for sale
at Manufacturer's prices.
Coal delivered from both yards, at above rates, by -
Patent Weigh Carts, which are certified to by the Peeler
of Weights and Measures.
tor Every consumer will please weigh their Ooal on
delivery, and If it fall short 10 poem*, Iwill forfeit the
A large, fall and complete stock of the best kinds 0
Coal, always will be found on hand.
329-1 m JAMES M. WHEELER.
SOMETHING MORE VALUABLE
THAN SILVER OR GOLD,
IT WILL RESTORE THE WEAK, -
REINSTATE THE BLOOD IN ALL ITS ORIGINAL
VISOR AND PURITY.
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
. Is precisely what its name indicants; for, white pleases
to the taste, it Is zuvivilylng, exhilarating and strength
ening to the vital powers. It also revivifies, reinstates,
and renews the blood In all its original parity, and thus
restores and renders the system invulnerable to attacks
of disease. It Is the only preparation ever offered- to the
worldln a popular form sons to be within the reach of
So chemically and skillfully combined as to be the
most powerful tonic, and yet so perfectly adapted as to
act in perfect s
accordance with the laws of nature,
hence soothe the weakest stomach, and tone upe di
gestive organs, and allay all nervous and other irritation.
it is else perfectly exhilarating in its effectat and ,st'a'in
never tolloweli by lassitude or depression of spirits. It
is composed entirely of vegetables, and those thoroughly
combining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and
consequently can never injure. As a sure preventive
and cure of
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DYS
PEPSI& LOSS OF APPETITE, FAINTNESS,
NERVOUS IRRITABILITY, 'NEURALGIA, PAL-
PITATION OF THE HEART, .IdELAN
OHOLY, HYPOCHONDRIA, NIGHT
SWEATS, LANGUOR, GIDDINESS,
AND ALL THAT CLASS OF CA
SES SOF - EARFUL* FATAL
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL.
Also, Liver Derrtegements or Torpidity, and Liver
Complaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, or any gederal de
rangement of the Urinary organs.
It will not only cure the debility lolloivirig 00114 and
FEVER, but prevents all attacks artsingfrom Atiasmigie
influences, and cure the diseases ati 'once; if already at
TRAVELERS should have a bottle With them,-as It In
fallibly prevents any deleterious consequences following
upon change of climate and Water.
ds it prevents costlvenfts. strengthens the digestive
organs, It should be in the hands of all per.setts of stiles
tary habits. _
LADIES not accustomed to out-door exerelsp, shoolit
always use . .
MOTHERS should use it, for it is aperlect relief. Takao
a month or two befoie thefinal tall, she win pads the
dreadful period with perfect ease and Beaty.
There Is no mistake abast
THE CORDIAL IS ML WE CLAIN To ITt
NOTHERB, TRY IT!:
And to you we appeal, to detect the illepeter dentine
not only of your daughters before it be too filik'but also
your sons and husbands, for while the fonsuir freer tithe
delicacy, often go down to a premature grave, ranker
than let their condition be known in bow, the latter are so
often mixed up with the excitement Of business, that i fit
were not for you, they_ its, would travel in the same
downward path until it is'too tato Colin's - et their - fatal
fall. But the mother is always vigilant, and to y.on
confidently appeal ;• for we are sure your nevor-fining
affection will unerringly point you to Professes WOOD'S
RBsTORATIVE CORDIAL AND BLOOD RENOVATOR gig
the remedy which should be always Olr toad in thee of
/wad what the Press lay after thoroughly testing thet'
Matter, and no one can have a - -doubt.
PROF. WOOD'S RESTORAITV:iI CORDIAL—It LS rim
corded in classics thatPeCyche VMS once sent to a climate
warmer than the West Indies to procure a saMple of the
beauty of Proserpine:inli: box. After adm ttgliiir the,
messenger returned, and as soon aft the Rd - of the bor
Was removed -out flew all the ills thitiftedrialieir to,—
Fortunately hopeWaa found illfthe AbOttom of- the bor.
Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial revives the recollection
of thestory, for,ll invigorates the blood, aids the organs
of digestion, imparts strength to the nektons system, and
fortifies the.cltadel ehealth, no as to bid defiance to the
aesanits of disease. - It is a healthy tonic, composed en
tirely °Timetable prodactioos, and while it is exonera
ting as pure wine,-no injurious remits can possibly follow
its use. It is a desideratum in the medical - world, and
those who are afflicted with loss of Appelihs, Dyspepsia,
Consumption, Faintness, Giddiness, Neuralgia, Palpita
tion of the Heart, arc., will here find an lofellible
"St. Louis Daily Express." panacea.
PROF: WOOD'S ERSTORATIVE CORDIAL and BLOOD
RENOVATOR is, without doubt, the best Tonic Cordial In
the world. To those who are suffering from gen
bility we would recommend its use ;for while it pleas
ant to the taste, it is strengthening to , the system, and
will at once tend to remove all impurities of the.lood,
and eradicate all traces of disease. It canoe taken by
the weakest stomach, while those in good heal h evil at
°ace feel its exhilarating power. We are confident that
alter using one bottle of this cordial none will be for a
day without IL—"New York Leader."
A PURE, 'HEALTHY TONIC, and one free from th
deleterious and injurious effects sure to fellow those in
ordinary use, has long been felt to be a desideratum in
the medical world. Such atonic, end one so fildlifelly
combined from the vegetable kingdom as to act in per
fect accordance with the laws of nature, and , thus soothe
the weakest stomach and at the same time allay ner
vous and other irritations, and tone up tattle organs of
which the human body .is composed, is • offered In Prof.
Wood's Restorative Cordial and. iiktodßessavator. Hence,
it is perfectly adapted to chi and young. Reader, try it.
Thousands have already done so, and the testimony is
universal in its favor.---eeNew York Atlas."
PROFESSOR. WOOD'S RESTORATIVE CORDIAL AN 1)
BLOOD RENOVATOR, for the cure of General Debilty, or
Weakness arising from any cause, also Dyspepsia, Nest ,
oneness., Night Sweats, Incipient Consumption, Liver
mplaints, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, Female Weak
in all its stages, also, to prevent the contraction of
disealS certainly the beat and most agreeable cordial
tonic an vator ever offered to the afflicted, and so
chemically combined as to be the most powerful tonic
ever known to medical Selene!. Reader, try it. MIL
DO YOU Goon. We have no hesitation in recommending
it, since we-know it to be a safe, pleasant, and sure re,
inedg for the diseases e ntunetuted.—"New York Die
Before noticing a patent medicine, We have to be cer
Ude that it will prove itself to be all that it is recom
i mended; And we would say that the Restorative Car
-1 dial and Blood Renovator of Prof. Wood will stand the
test fully, and, in fact, it is without any doubt the first
article in market for purifying the Blood and strengthen
ing thesystem. We have no besicatrat %recommending
its use to all.—“ The New-Yorker."
LOCH TO YOUBAiRLF IN THER,How many in cense
' dump° of a fthce delicacy suffer from suppressed, lain
or obstructed tat:amnion], and think because they
are young that by nature will work itself clear
from obstructions, and all come in right in the end, Mkt
dreatning that the seeds Of death are already germina
ting in the sntm, because the vital energies are im
paired, and entire animaleconom deranged, debili
tated; and yet, careless of themselve sas they are, if a.
remedy were set before them which - would reetore all the
tractions of the Brat* and reinvigorate . the body, they
would take it, and thus be in time to rave their lives,
Parente, think of. his, and at once give a bottle of
Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial and Blood
"The New York Courier." novator,
co. J WMarket OOD, Proluiran' i 444 Broadway, New York,
114 street, Louis, Ho.
WAt N 0.444. Broadway, : all, the Family and Patent
WO:dm! Muds:WY On lankilttaynliesh and genuine.
Ford ''& Humber; Washington 'Avenue,: Bole'slienla .
for Albany; Snell, agent for Schenectady.
Soldalso by A. B. Bands & Co., corner of Fulton and
Wild= streets. karate.Ener