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Wednesday 'Afternoon, Tebrnary 6 Md.
ON Hm Wev.--The lion. ,David Wilmot, one
of the CoMmisidoners appointed by the GOv
ernor, arrived here to,#ay ep route for Washing.
RI-Arcoarrran.—Geo. W.-Boyd PISS this morn
ing re-appointed Superintendent of
Grounds by the joint committee of the Legis
ture, for the term of one year. ,
AWING roe Paancm. -We undsigand that
petitions are already in drculatiotr asking for
the pardon of Mr. Seltzer, convicted Of assault
and battery and sentenced yesterday to an im
prisonment of Aileen (Jays and a*.tis of one hun
FIRE AT HOLLIDAYSBURG.- -A lacga.building oc
cupied by Col. R. M. Lemon, as an 'establish
ment for Abe manufacture of medicine, was
consumed on last Thursday evening. The loss
of Mr. Lemon will reach over $2OOO over and
above his insurance.
ATTENTION i MOVNT VERNON I —A stated meet
ing of the Mount Vernon nook and Ladder
Company, No. 1, will 'be held in their hall
this (Wednesday) . evening, Feb. 6th, at 7}
o'clock. A full attendance is desired as bud
neve of importance will be tiansaeted.
PRESIDENT Lmoom will arrive hereon the
20th or 21st of this month. We, hope the Com
mittee of arrangement will arrapge It in such
a manner so as to detain him over the 22d In
order to participate or view the raising of the
American Flag , over the State Capitol.
CITIZEN, A'rfENTION I-A special meeting of
the Citizen Engine and Hose Company will be
held.this (Wedrketclay) evening at their ball,
at seven o'clock. Punctual attendance. is de
sired, as business of interest to each individual
member will be trausacte I. By order ,
- C. SEILER, President.
STATE CAPITAL SEOTION No. 21, a of T., will
hold a regular stated meeting this evening -at
the section room, at Ti o'clock. Members are
requested to be punctual in their attendance.
Candidates for Membership will please . present
themselves. - Business of importance, will be
transacted. Ciacmos.W. FENN, W. A.
THE TWENTY-SECOND OE FICBRIIAMY.—SeveraI
companies from abroad have already accepted
the invitations extended to them to participate
in raising the "Stars and Stripes" on the dome
of the Capitol, and we anticipate a very large
assemblage of peoplairi the city on that day.
The Democratic State Convention meets on
the 21st, which will also attract a number of
people to this city.
How TO MAXIS ¢ CANDLI Binerr.—To make a
candle burn all night., in case of sickness, or
when a dull light is wished, or when matches
happen to be mislaid, put finely powdered salt
on a candle till it reaches the, black part of the
wick. In this way a mild and steady light may
be kept through the night,by_a smell piece'
of candle, besides having a Bet so blue and
sepulchral that if there happens to be a sick .
person in the room he or she will be likely to
die from horror before Morning, and a healthy
person, happening 'to Wake; iiirkb,very cer
tain to go-luto hysterics:.-
Pilsertsas Court; yesterday
afternoon iassed sentence mion a number of
persons Convicted `lttArillest term of brunt, as
Josdilf C.' seltzer, assault' and battery, gran
Walter Graham, was sentenced to a fine of $lOO
and costs ; be imprisoned for fifteen days and
give security in the sum of $5OO to keep the
peace for one year tow t apis all men and in par
ticular towards Walter Graham.
Henry Schneider,. liquor to :Minors.
$lO fine, costs of suit arid Iminisonnient for
ten days. _
John Brooks, selling liquor to minors. A
fine of $lO, cots of suit, and imprisonment
for tea days.
William Small, assault and battery upon a
woman, $5.00 fine, costs of suit, and imprison
ment for five days. -
A. Harris, assault and battery on his wife, a
fine of $l.OO, costs of suit, and imprisonment
for thirty days.
Christian Spayd, stealing eggs and produce
from a market wagon, a fine of $l.OO, costs of
suit, and imprisonment for thirty days. ,
Andrei Wilhelm, horse stealing. Six
months imprisonment, and a fine of $l.OO and
Fanny Jones, keeping a disorderly house, a
fine of $l.OO and coats, and imprisoment for
Margaret Brett, forgery, in passing v forged
paper, and in stealing a piece of lawa, fifteen
month imprisonment, $B.OO fine, and coats of.
Robert Parker, assault and battery on two
different indictments, $6.00 fine and costs, and
five days impritonment. .
Joseph Scott, assault and battery by throw
ing a woman in the canal, fifteen days im
prisonment, and $l.OO fine and'aosts.
Joseph Scott, assault and battery, five days
imprisonment, and $l.OO flue aria
Charles Leedy, assault and battery, fifteen
days a fine of $l.OO and costs.
RNLIG/0178 RITIVAINrx LYKENSTOWN.—The
last ..Tournathas the following item relative to
the progress of the several religions revival
meetings in that village; -
A revival meeting of some seven weeks con
tinuance, under the auspices of the Evangeli
cal denomination at this place, has just been
closed which was attended with very satisfac
tory results. We learned that over thirty per
sons have already joined that church, and
others contemplate doing so. In the Metho
dist church, a very interesting work is now in
progress; quite a respectable number have
„already professed to have experienced a,change
of heart, while anxious penitents continue
flocking to the altar of mercy, and witp genu
ine tears of repentance are " what
must Ido to be saved?" Rev. Mr. Lane, of
the Lutheran church, has also cormienceka
series of ritivarineetings, which we hope, will
be crowned with abundant success.
TEE CElMmusioN mums TWENTY-SECOND.—
The following report has been made to the two
Houses on the subject of the celebration on the
22d of this month, TIZ.:
'.1,11(i. WILSON from the joint Committee ap:
pointed by the Senate and House of Represen
tatives to make arrangements for the raising of
the flag. on the dome of the Capitol, reported
that they, have agreed on the following :
The - Ay , to 6eraised on Friday, the 22d inst., at
• A ge4eritiLinvitation has been giVen to the
uniformed Military, Firemen and civic associa
tioof,the State. Also, special invitations to
thiktiovernor -and Heads of Departments, and
to ihe Military and other civic associations of
this' City of Harrisburg, and the soldiers of the
Wi Of 1812; to participate. ,
"lien. Wm. H. KELM has been appointed to
take charge of the Military, and to act as Chief
Marshal of the day.
Maj. DAVID Minzna. has been appointed Mar
shal of the Fire Compimies, with power to ap
point Assistants from the several companies par
B. A. LAMED:ION, Esq., has been appointed
Marshal of other civic associations. -
The Hon. ROBERT :M. PALXB2 has bt.en se
lected to deliver an oration, and E. W. RAllen
to read Washington's. Farewell. Address.
A sub-Committee has been appointed to con
fer with the several, railroad, companies in or
der to secure areduction of rates of fare charge
able to the organitations from other parts of
the. State wishing to participate.
The cannon now in the Arsenal will be fired
alternately every half minute during the raising
of the, flag to the number of thirteen guns.
The, services of a band will be engaged for
' D. L. IMBRIE,
A. W. BOLIGHTER,
- G. ELIESTER CLYMER,
G. H. WILSON,
P. F. ELLENBERGER.
Laid on the table.
He also presented the following :
GEMAL mums= No. 2
HEAD QUATRO STH Drv., P. V.
February 5, 1861.
The Joint Committee of the Senate and House
of Representatives have appointed the under
signed officer commanding and Marshal of the
day to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of
Washington, and do honor to the flag of the
Union, by displaying it on this grand occasion
from the Dome of the Capitol, which flag is
sanctified by his toil, his patnotism,and the glo
rious achievements of our revolutionary sires.
The Governor ' Heads of Departments and
Members of the Senate and House %of Repre
sentative. will rfarticipate.
The invitation is extended,to all the Military
Of the State,lioldiem"of the . war of 1812, Offi
cers Of the Army and Navy, Judges, Clergy,
Masoits,'Odd -Fellows, Firemen, Civic-Societies,
I. The Military will form on Friday, Feb.
22,1861, at 10 oroloek, A. M., on Market street,
the right resting on Third street, to move at
107 A. M., precisely.
Marshal R. A. LANBILEMON will form the So
cieties on the left of tho ndlitary.
Marshal Ewan Mumma. will -formthe Fire
men on. Third street, right, resting on Market
The MEMShals will report at headquarters for
The order of the procession will be as follows
in three diNisions:
General Oilmen and Staff.
Officers of Army and Navy.
Soldiers of the war of 1812, bearing the Stars
Marshal R. A. Lambertorl.
Joint Committee of Senate and House.
Heads of Departments.
Judges of Supreme and District Courts
Officers and - Members of the Senate.
Officersiand •Members of the House.
Marshal David Mumma..
111. The veteran soldiers of the war of 1812
will raise the flag to the dome of the Capitol.
IV. Maj. JoszaurF. Lyres detailed command
er of ordnance to fire national salute of 34 guns
during the procession, and 13 guns at the ele
vation of.the flag.
V, The Ca heron Guards, Capt. EYATER, will
perform guard duty at the Capitol.
VI. Route. Form on Third and Market, down
to Front, down to Washington avenue, out to
Second, up to Chesnut, up to Third, up to
Market, out to Fourth, up to Walnut, down to
Second, up to Pine, out to Front, up to State
thence to the Capitol. '
Returning. Down Third to Locust, down to
Front, down to Market. Gov. Curtin will pass
in review. Dinnissed.
Vii All reports will be made at head guar
ten, Jones House, by the fifteenth of February ,
F.y , command of
GEN. Wm-R. Rand,
Officer Commanding and Chief Marshal.
Laid on the table.
Gamma To BR Exsorrsn.—The Supreme Court
in session at Philadelphia, has given its deci
sion in the case of the man Cathcart, under sen
tence of death for the murder of his wife in
Clearfield county. One of the principal assign
ments of error - was that gross mistakes had
been committed in trying the prisioner, bat as
they Aid not appear on the recOrd, the Court
decided it conlittiot :take them, into : lon
sltierition, and - that no relief could be affptded
the,ptisorter on these grounds. /Intim Shim&
through whom the decision of the Court was
rendered, alluded to the caste of- the Common
wealth vs. Fife, Jonesand Stewart. both tried
in 'Pittsburg, to show that.an error not apparent
On the face of the record proceedings, however
gross and improper it may have been, is not a
I sul4ect of review, aad that a prisoner has no
more right to expect relief on account of such
irregularities from the Supreme Court than
from any other five citizens of the State, who
are_ invested with judical authority at all.
The Court affirmed the judgment of the Court
below, so that Cathcart will have to pay . the
penalty of his crime on the gallows, unless the
Governor should seo fit to pardon him.
SPOlda3ollB C01031761101(. -A curious case•of
spontaneous combustion was discoverd a week
or so ago, in the barn on - the premises of Dan
iel Althouse, deceased, in Exeter township,
Berke county. The hay in the centre of the
mow was found to be in a charred state, from
which it was evident that it had taken fire by
spontaneous" 'combuition, but for want of air
had atterwariltatten,wrtingnished, without any
damage;:Cased of spontaneOas combustion,
whereltai away lief, 'Properly cared'
FIRE IN Cimonann.—We regret to lean
that the residence Of Judge Barrett; in Clearfield,
was totally destroyed, by fire on . Thawiday
evening last, was saved,- but
nineitCif it in danineil condition.
Pennopluanict Mak) telegraph, iflebiteatran "Afteritoan, iebruarg 6, 1861.
IikeREATION.—A spicy newspaper correspond
end says that "recreation" is one of the best
abased words in the English language : How
absurd the applications that are made of itl
A man who has been crooked over like an inter
rogation point, over some heavy book or other,
goes solemnly out and cuts a quarter of a cord
of wood with a dull saw. Straightening up
. exclamation, he feturns to his
afteetionatefriende, and announces that he has
been indulging in "recreation I" That is, he',
has been making himself over, and -has the
sweet assurance that be is another and a better
man, in the name and by virtue of—sawing
wood! Just as if the evil spirit of dullness
would go out of a man into a saw or a growing
wood pile.; just as if he could sunder the thread
of his thought with the small round sticks he
cuts - in two. Those who break away, now and
then, from sedentary pursuits, let themselves
down into long boots and gO hunting, do not
always get what they go for, but the
the life, the mental elalticity they come
back with, are worth more than the powder
they waste. A real tired ache is sometimes a
luxury ; it gives a new value to rest, and puts
more than one feather into a hard pillow.'
Some men's heads are full of acute angled ideas,
every, one of them "a fretful, porcupine" with
one quill. Now, put such a man on a high
trotting horse ; a fox, or, if nothing nobler, a
prairie wolf, in the distance, and ten miles to
catch him in, and those ugly angles will be so
tossed about about and triturated, that you
can handle one of his ideas without gloves.
A good shaking has been known to rattle out
an atom of knowledge that rolled away, like a
bead from a broken string, into some dark cor
ner of a man's• mind, and had been given up for
lost. We believe , it was Torn Moore whose
verse came to a three dars-halt for want of a
word. A rude jolt in a rough going vehicle
shook the missing syllables out into the light,
and so.the encamped verse folded up its tent,
and, moved musically on. "Exercise" is some
times more than work'; it is working out; and
the most. natural 'question in the world, waits
answer, Out of utiu#, Why, out of the. old round
of a man's thiukings; out of the mental straight
jacket; out of the shell Of self. "Amusement,"
"diversion," "elation," eas any respectable
Dictionary will tell you, all convey, and most
admirably, the act of doctrine: if you want to
be recreated, and be "brand new," run awr y
from yourself. Be a fugitive from the 'Muses,
that is, from sober study, counsels "amuse ;"
- turn aside from the old path, is urged in "di
vert;" leap out of yourself, eicle.ims "exult ;"
at least be lifted out pleads "elate," if you are
too lazy to leap. , Such words, if one will only
listen to them, are as wise as a whole armful of
"Physiologies." They involve the precept, and
tell you how to practice it. Some one has said,
and well ; aid, that Gray's young man of whom
"some hoary-headed swain" says,
Hard bytyon wood, now smiling as In scorn, •
Muttering hie wayward fancies he would rove—
Now drooping, woeful wan, like one forlorn,
Or crazed With care, or crossed Inhopeless love;
would not have been missed one Morn, "on
the enstomed bill," if he had under stoo d t h e
true philosophy of recreation. Neither would
his epitaph have 'borne trueh - n line tistifttr ifnir
digestive organs had been in good working
ROMAN CATHOLIC REGULATIONA POR LENT.--Lefit
commences on the 18th inst. The Catholic Lett
graph publishes, the following regulations for
1. All persons who have completed their
twenty-firstlear, and who are not exempted
from the obligation of fasting by sickness, de
bility, old age, hard labor, or for other well
known reasons, are obliged to observe all the
days of Lent, (Sundays excepted) as fasting
2. On those days but one meal is allowed,
which should be taken about noon.
3. A cup of tea, coffee, or thin chocolate, with
a bit of bread, or a cracker, may be taken in
the morning ; and a collation of food, not more
than the fourth,part of an ordinary meal, or
not exceeding eight, ounces, may be eaten in
4. Warm fish is not permitted , at the colla
5. Abstinence from flesh meat is enjoined on
all the Wednesdays and Fridays of Lent, and
on the two Saturdays of the Ember and the
6. The use of flesh dfeat is allowed, by dis
pensation, at every meal on Sundays ; and at
one meal on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, with the exception of the two
Saturdays above named. '
7. Those eiempt from fasting are all Owed the
use of flesh meat at every meal on the days on
which it is allowed to others but once:
8. Fish and flesh are not allowed on any day
of Lent at the same meal ; oysters are fish.
9. Eggs, milk; cheese, butter, can be used
withou4, distinction of clays ; but abstinence
froin all of these is recommended on Good Fri-
SHORT LIVED Miss White, of
M'lfean, who was married to a gentleman from
Mississippi, a few weeks ago, and accompanied
her husbanno that State, which she intended
making hei future residence, retnined to this
city, on Tuesday afternoon, having been or
dered to issie the Southern domain at a certain
date, before the expiration of ten hours. It
seems, that she made too free lise of her North- .
ern. sentiments to. suit the Southern chivalry,
and hence was ordered out of the country. If
this is not anarchy and oppression we would
like to knowin what country it can be found.
What was done with the husband we do not
A Lawn Cenv.—Mr. Benjamin Eshleman, of
Conestoga township, Lancaster county, is the
owner of a calf; now a few days old, which,
when three hours old, weighed one ,hundred and
iwentythree pounds. It is of the ordinary Lan
caster county stock, but is claimed to be the
heaviest of its age ever weighed in the county.
We suggest that Dlr. Esbleinito keep this for
the "fatted calf" to kill for the feast to be
given to Uncle Satn's prodigal daughter, Caro
lina, when she returns frora Wasting her sub
stame in "riolous living ." —Express.
MARSHALS FOR TRH 22D or FEHRUARY. — We
understand that the joint committee of the two
Houses of the Legislature, to make arrange
ments for the grand civic and military parade
in this City on the 22d inst.; have appointed
David lgurruna,Esq.,Chief Marshal : of the Fire - -
uteo,ol4 - lioiiert Larnberton, Esq., Chief
oil of tie 011ie portion of the procession.
"And Melancholy marked him Tor her own."
SeurrE.—A salute of thirty-four guns was
fired last night in honor of the result of the
BALL AT BRANT'S HALL.-Our German citi
zens will have a regular ball on the 14th of this
month. It will, no doubt, be a grand affair.
Tickets $l. feb6 td
(From the 'Boston Eyeeing Express.)
In no. branch of the mechanic arts in this
country bas more rapid strides been made than
in the manufacture of Piano-Fortes, the favor•
Ite, and, we may say, the universal musical
instrument of the household. Every -well-reg.
ulated establishment must have its Piano ; in
deed, the parlor, with its gorgeous and luxur
ious furniture, its pictures, its bronzes, its pa.
rians, would be badly appointed without one.
And it behoves every man in selecting an in
strument, not to fail in obtaining one of good
tone and finish ; for, like furnaces,, ranges and
cooking-stoves, the cheapei3t are by far the most
expensive. We know by experience—by pocket
experience—for, within a terra of six years, we
purehatied three of as many different makers.
and although it would have puzzled any but an
expert to-have pointed out why they were not
equal to anything in the market, yet they
turned out to be miserable rattletraps andtink-
Hug cymbals compared to those of which we
write ; and all the skill and ingenuity of good
workmen failedin rendering them fit, for an am
ateur artist to play Yankee Doodle upon in a
satisfactory manner. We got rid of our `-bad bar
gains" one after another. atnescrifice of course,
and -were 'recommended to purchase one of
Chickering's Parlor Grands, which we did,
three years ago, and we can now asseverate
that it was the only good bargain" in the
Piano line we ever made. It is truly a magnifi
cent instrument, and one that we are proud to
have our friends listen .to •, and, moreover, it
has not required cent to keep it in good con
dition, except the slight expense of tuning it
semi-annually. But while we are 'boasting of
possessing a superior instrument, we- have
found, on inquiry, that all who possess a
Chickering Piano are so proud of theirs as we
of ours. We find no exception to the- vale.—
The truth is, the Chickening Piano has never
found its rival in this country, and if we can,
put full credence in the great musical Celebri
ties from abroad, Europe has failed to produce
a more perfect instrument. It is, therefore,
by no means singular that to the Messrs. Chick
ering were awarded the Gold Medal at the late
I Mechanics' Fair, held in this city, as has been
invariably done at previous Exhibitions, not
only here, but wherever they have competed
for the prize. The number of Gold and Silver
Medals which they have from time to time r:
ceived, forms quite a rich and interesting nu
mismatic collection, and it is generally admit
ted that they have never bore away a prize that
they were not fully entitled to.
It is, indeed, a great satisfaction to possess a
good and reliable instrument, and there is lit
tle danger of obtaining any other if it bears the
name of Chickering & Sons.
W. KNOCELM, 92 Market street, East side, is
sole agent for the CHICKENING PIANOS, and can
furnish'such in priods varying .from $225 to
$lOOO, according to size and finish.
He also can furnish Pianos from inferior ma
kers for the low price of $175, finely.,finished,
but without taking any responsibility for the
durability of the same.. at.
MITOITELL'S NSW GWSRAL ATLAS 10K 1861.
This is Mitchell's latest and best attempt to
Tarnish the American people with a complete
Athis,,comprisini-a.series of. seventy-six, mama.
and plans of different cities in the United
States, with a full and accurate list of post of
fice% arranged In alphabetical order,numbering
some twenty-five thousand, and corrected cen
sus of the principal towns and cities according
to the latest retnrns,and other statistical know-.
ledge so important to every man of business.
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 desire
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 a clearness
to the lettering and lines of demarkation of
the different countries, seldom met with.
The work is sold only by ageilts and can be
procured of the agent who is now visiting this
LARGE Anarvai, oa NEw ktOODS.--THEI CHEAP
FAT Goons OFFERED YET.-2,000 yards Canton
flannel at 10 cents, worth 12 cents. 2,000
yards bleached 4-4 muslin at 10 cents, worth 12
cents. 100 Pe beautiful new style print at 10
cents, worth 'l2 cents. 50 Pe print at 7 and 8
cents, worth 12 cents, warranted fast color.-
1,600 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.—
Sockh 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 'Fiannale I will sell off at cost. Now
is the , time to. get bargains. S. Law, at
Pleads' old corner.
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t penetrates to the basis of the disease—goes to Its
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Other outward applieations for Scrofula, Halt Rheum,
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and Often occasioning terrible internal maladies.
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Thus the cures it effects is complete. Not only arnthe
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eioulleno Dom AT
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ring worm, scurry, scrofulous eruptions, and all inflam
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Sold by all Druggists, at 25c., 620. and 21 per box or
Comm.—The sudden changes of our climate
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fections. Experience having proved that simple reme
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early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
had to "Brown's Bronchial - Troches
" or Lozenges, let
tho Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat be ever so
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No family should be without them, as by their timely
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THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prifared from a Prescription of Sir T. Clarke, N. D.,
Physteian Detraorditutry to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine Is unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and-dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. .It moderates all excess and re.
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
it Is peculiarly sited It will, M a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regn)a r ity.
Bach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent countertene...
These Pills should not-be takett by female.. during the
FIRST THRE.E.IIO.IVT.H.Sof Pregnaney,asyhey arensre
to - bring on iliscarriage, but at any ether time they am
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain ID
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, base Pills wit
effect a cure when all other means have failed ; and at.
though a poweAhl remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to the constAtution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around'each package,
which should be carefully preserved. •
N. 8.-61.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a - bottle, containing 60 Pills ;
by return mail...
• .For Ws by C. A. isiANZIVART. iy9 dawiy -
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR; OHEESMAN'S PILLS,
Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseman, AL D.,
SEW YORK CITY. -
ripErE combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of a long and extensile practice.
T ey are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful Menstruations, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, he.; disturbed sleep, which arise from mterraptios
of nature • ,
Ta MARRIED LADIES,
Dr. Cheeseman's Pills are invaluable, es they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. -Ladies who have
been disappointed In the use of other Pilis can place the
utmost confidence kipr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
There is one condition of the female system in which the
Pills cannot bolaken +asthma producing a PECULIAR
RESDLT. the condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result, MISG'ARIITAGR. Such is the • trresish' Zde
tendency of the medicine to ; restore he sexual functions IGO
normal cendtrirm, - lhat siren the reproductive pow, or
Warranted• purely vegetable, and free from 161 y -thing
inhirions„- ParydlcitArectiona, which should be read, an.
company each box. Price $l. Sent by mail on enclosing
$1 to Du Communet. Ommosests, Br. 4,531, Post ODice,
New York Qty. • •
Sold by tine higgiat In everytown in the United Slates
R. B. HUTCHINGS, -:
General hg -4t for the United States,
14 Broadway, New York,
o whom all Wholesale orders should be addy.t..oi.
Sold in Harrisburg by O. A. Boorsairr.
WIVE call the attention of our readers to an
article advertieed in another column, called BLOOD FOOD
IL to an entirely new discovery, and mustnotbe confound
ed with any of the numerous patent medicines of the
day. It is food for , the blood, already prepared for ab
sorption; pleasant to the taste and natural in action, and
what one gains he rotains. Let all those,. then, who are
suffering from poverty, impurity or deficiency of .blood,
and consequently with some chronic disease or ailment,
take of this BLOOD FOOD and be restored to health. IVe
notice thaeour Druggists have received a supply of this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. &LYON'S IN.
PANTILD Conical, which every Mother should have. It
is said to contain no paregoric, or opiate of any kind
whatever and of course must heinvalnable for all infan
tile comp laints. It is also said that it, will allay all pain,
and soften the gums in process of-teething, and at the
same time regulate -tile bowels. Let all mothers and
nurses, who have endured muttons days end sleepless
o ghts, procure a supply and be at once relieved
*lrgee advertisement. asi2-tfebB
For sale. by O. A. Bannvart, sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa
Jos. F. JAGGEBS
THE ADVERTISES, - having' been restored to
health to a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after
having Buffered several years with a severe lung affect
ion. and that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Thuncbitin, &c. The
only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription
Is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to - be nvaluable,
and be hopes every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may prove al/leasing. '
Part es wishing the prescription will please address
REV. EDWARD a. WILSON, .
Rings county, New York.
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BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
oct2B ' 51 Maiket Street'
rprrE UNDERSIGNM has opened hie
LUMBER OFFICE, corner of Third street and Black
berry alley, near Herr's Hotel;
Also—TWO ROOMS with folding doors TO LE r, sulfa;
ble for a Lawyer's office. Possession can be bid imme
diately. W. F. MURRAY.
AMo—HORSES AND 0 - ARMADAS to hire at the same
ATTENTION CAVALRY !
4.N ADJOURNED MEETING of all fa.
ll vorable to the organization of a CAVALRY SQUAD
RON; will be; eld at the public house of Ritriph.llainels,
in Lower Paxton township, on Iltursday, evening, the 7th
Inst., at seven o'clock. -
fl-6t I.EANDER N. OTT, Seoretarir.
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
"GET THE BEST!'
NEW PICTORIAL EDITION.
FRANK A. MURRAY
STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
THE STORE ROOM next to the Court
House, late in the occupancy of Mr. Glover. Poo
aession given on the first of April. Enquire et
jan27-11* F. WYETH.
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & 'CO:,
N 0.52 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
Pa.,opposite Hwatt's Roux and adjoining the
-Enaorm Ham, having purchased the stock or R.
Jennings, and added a large assortment of NEW JEW -
ELRY, we will sell the same at the lowest cash price, and
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neatly and promptly r e,
paired and delivered.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO
Having dlstfosed of my stock of Jewelry to A. F. Zim
merman & Co., I cheerfully recommend them to my for
mer customers as practical and experienced Watch
Makers and solicit for them a continuance of the patrou..
age which has been so generously extended to me during
the last sir years
ELMER F. JENNINGS
AT THE NEW CITY STORE I
URICH & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FRONT & MARKET MS.
A NNOUNCE to the ot7izene of Harris
jl burg al d the public generally, that they have just
returned from the eastern cities with a large and well se
lected stock or Fall and Winter Goods, which they will
sell •t the ve, y lowest prices.
D051E3110 GOODS of ovary kind.
Bleached and Unbleached Muslim,
Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels.
RED FLANNELS OF EVERY DiBSORIFT/ON.
A large assortment of Welsh Flannels for Skirting.
An assortment Domestic Ginsh nos,
" Manchester Gingham,
" Satinetts and Ca slmeres,l
" Black Cloths at aliprices.
" Cloths for Ladies' Chesterfields,
" Beaver Cloths for the Arab Cloaks.
A FINIS ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
A. largo assortment of Cassimer es, especially adapted to
Boy's wear. An assortment of biertno Drawers and Un
dershirts. An assortment of Carpets Man 12% as a
yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
_ STRIPED AND PLAID
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELAINRE,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS.
A large assortment of Brodie and Blanket Shawls, with
a lull 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
brolderiei &o. Ac.,
An assortment MEngeni °wove trail spring skirt pat
An assortment of Shrouding and Flannel;.
mon at COWPERTHWAM
COrner of Front and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
Formerly occupied bpi. L Meer. °age-1y
IX 30 311,1 C3l , .A L.
Dit. D. W. JONES,
FRANK...NS HOUSE, IIARRISISURG, 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, Ringing in Ear, Palpitation of the
Heart, Pain In the Back and Limbs, Female Complaints,
and all derangement of the gentle organs. Dr. TONis
will guarantee a perfect restoration with such mild and
balmy juicestif herbs that will carry out disease in place
of throwing it bath upon the constitution. All diseases
of the Kidneys and Bladder spiseuily cured. A cure
warranted or no charge—mild cases cured in from three
to five days.
TAKE IT IN TIME,
This is one of the moat horrid of all diseases if not im
mediately cured. Makes its appearance in sores and
eruptionk Over the whole hoey, and the throat becomes
ulcerated. The victim of this disease becomes a horrible
object till death Wean end to his suffering To such
Dr. JONES offers the safest and most sure remedies ie.
America. There are persons in Harrisburg can testify
he cured them after all ether treatment failed.
Dr. JONEiII offers a remedy to prevent the infection of
such dangerous diseases. It Is a certain reined). if ussd
-according to direction and without the least injury to the
Dr. JONESmay be consulted personally or by letter,
describing all symptoms, or, if desired, he will commit
with patients at their residence, advice gratis. •
Dr. JONES luta private consulting rooms. Please ring
the bell at the ladies entrance. The remedies used by
Dr. JONES need no change of diet or hindrance trots bu
sh:o3s All letters must contain a stamp to ensure an
answer. Address Da. D. W. JONES,
jant Franklin House, Harrisburg, Pa.
QEVERAL COMFORTABLE DWELLING
HOUSES In different parts of this city. Stabling at
tatched.to some of them. Pofsession given the firet of
April next. [j2- m] CHAS. C. SAWN.
Cure Cough, Cold , Hoarseness, [lglu
OW Al, enra, any Irritation or Soreness of
the Throat, Relieve the Radeing
RONGF I I All2l:l ( th ? " nl ",,,,mati=
,s- Clear and fa
giv atrength to
/?°C\\ P U BLIO SPEA mice
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in its first stage ;that which in the
begiunteg.would yield t o a mild remedy, If neglected, soon
attacks the Lunges. "BRowlea BRONCHIA" 'fit' CHM,'
sialcent Ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
"That trouble in my Thirmit, (tor which
the "TROCHES" are a specific) , having
made me often Et mere ahlsperer.
N P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Public
REV. & H. CHAPH.I.
°Haire proved escrenaely sarvietable
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
"Almost Instant relief in tbe f ilistressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Astlinlia."
REV. A. C. EGGLESTON.
"Contain no Opium or auyst.ing injuri
ous." DR.. A. A. HAVES,
simple and pleasant combination for
"Beneflolal in Bronchitis
DR. J. P. W LANE,
"I have proved their excellent for
REV. R. W. WARREN,
"Beneficial when compelled to speak,
suffering from Cold."
BEV. 9. J. P. ANDEESON,
' , Effectual in removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
Speakirs and hingers. ,
?suf. M. bTACT JOHNSON, .
La Grange, Ga.
.. ..-' Teutcher F o e f mle oone.
"Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent Hoarse
ness. From their past effect, I think they
will be of permanent advantne to me."
REV. E. ROWLEY, A. M.,
, President or Athens College, Tenn.
Ogi'Sold by all Draggists at 25 canine box.
LOCH.ER'S LIVERY STABLE. ,
CHANGE OF LOCATION.
THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his
Llvery Establishment to the NEW. AND SPACIOUS
NIIIIN HOUSE STABLE.S, corner of Itaspbeyfy and
Strawberry alleys, whore he will keep a BUGGIE S or ce l.
and - new and flishiOnable and
MAO m meat moderate rat • .
lent?. . GEO. W. LC;CHEE, agt.
VILL BE SOLD at public sale or out
cry, at the corner of Fourth and Chesnut streets,
In the city of Harritburg, on THURSDAY. February 7,
at 2 o'clock P. M., the following articles : Four Horses,
one Two Horse Wagon, three One Horse Wagon§ one
Cart, two Wheelbarrows, one Patent Straw Cutter, Single
and Double Harness; let - of Lime, Brleks, Beards, Balls,
Chestnut Posts" Board Fence Posts &o.
Assignee of Daniel Bhoads.
• - Wad. 3. EWES
NTgR ,NDJoBBER „ ,
COMM WALNOT ANP FRUNI AIRE=
j°BRING of all kind® done at abort
notice. In good style, and on reasonable terms.
DR. G. F. BF; ELOW,