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Wednesday Afternoon, February 20, 1861.
ATTENTION, MOUNT VERNON.-4 stated meet
ing of the Mount Vernon Rook and Ladder
Company, No. 1, will be held in their hall this
(Wednesday) evening, the 20th inst., at 77
o'clock. The members will please be punctual.
NOTIOR TO MARSHALS OF Civic SOOIRTIES.—The
Marshals of the various Civic Societies intend
ing to take part in the procession on the 22d
inst., are requested to meet at my office to
morrow (Thursday) afternoon at 1 o'clock.—
Punctual attendance Is desired.
R. A. Lonizaren, Marshal.
ATTENTION CAMERON GUARD I—You will meet
at the Armory this evening at seven o'clock,
to make,a,"ge'menr parade tomorrow
aftloOn, fOr the purpthriii-xeceiving visiting
mi ary companies, 410 441 61 A
JACOB M. EMU, Captain.
UNE , VID DOLLARS REWARD.—Mr. Dan
iel Shelf :rier atthorizes us to offer a reward
of one hundrell dcil4for the recovery of the
goods recently eatrai* his clothing store,
and the arrest of the thief p e ]..thteies. t- "n'ifty
dollars will be paid for theldiner, and flfty
dollars for the latter. There,is reason to be
lieve that thesbarglars are, entse r thiscitY.
Tea OLD SOLDIERS wilt meet in Brant's Hall
on Friday morning at nine o'clock, to complete
their arrangements for participating the pa
rade on that day. All the old soldiearfrom a
distance are requested to report thenfeelves at
the time and place designated.
A meeting of the old toldiers of this city will
also be held at the ortice`of David Harris, Esq.,
in Chestnut street, to.morrow afternoon at
three o'clock. '
UNION BADGE.-A very neat Union badge
Las juld, been got out. It is circular silver
washed plate, containing a shield enclosing
thirty-four stars, encircled by the words "Con
stitution and Union," decorated with a rosette
composed of the national colors "red, white
and blue." Our old printer friend Mr. Gnat,
of Philadelphia, is here with a supply of these
beautiful badges and will no doubt find ready
sale for them.
PHILADELPHIA MILITARY addition to the
National Guard, the National Grays ha,* ac
cepted an invitation to participate in the pa
rade here on Friday. Both companies will ar
rive in a special train about five o'clock on
Friday morning. We have reliable informa
tion that the first named company, will parade
two hundred and fifty men, including officers
and musicians. The Greys expect to turn out
about sixty rank and file.
GOING TO WAEGIINGTON.-A. large nurakilr of .
the Republican members of the Legislatire in
tend accompanying President Lincoln to Wash
ington. The party will leave here at nine
o'clock on Saturday morning, and proofed di
rectly to the National Capital, stopping a short
time in York and Baltimore. This is the pre
sent arrangement. We learn, however, that
an effort will be made to induce the President
to remain in Baltimore until Monday. Should
he consent, we have no doubt he will be enter
tained with the generous hospitality which has
Olways characterized the people of that city.
Tim Mao LIAISING ON FRIDAY—No CHANGB
Or Pnooaaaiue.—lt will be seen by the general
orders of Major General Kelm, in another col
umn, that there will be no change in the origin
al programme for the Flag raising ceremonies.
The parade will take place at the hour - first de
signated—ten o'clock in the forenoon—in order
that the ceremonies 'at the Capitol may Ile
completed before the arrival of Mr. Lincoln.—
The Presidential reception will take place on
the arrival of the train from Philadelphia, at
one o'clock, the military and civic 'societies
participating. At three o'cloek the President
will be escorted to the State Capitol, and form
ally introduced to the Governor and members
of the Legislature, where several brief ad
dresses will be delivered. We refer our read
ers to the orders of General Beim for a full
detail of the programme, order of parade, and
route of procession. Some thirty-five military
companies will be in attendance, (including the
National Guard 260 strong,) in addition to the
Old Soldiers, Knights Templar, Odd Fellows,
Firemen, and other civic associations. We
may, therefore, confidently anticipate. a gala
time in Harrisburg on Washington's birth-day.
A BLOW TO VEIONTARIAML-111 a notice of a
new work on the subject of vegetable diet, a
medical journal sensibly remarks that amongst
the theories that have led men astray, there is
none having less science for its foundation than
this vegetarian farce. So far from flesh having
an injurious effect, it is well known that when
taken in proper quantities it has the most ben
eficial effect upon the human system. Amongst
those who have not the means' of taking the
proper quantity of animal food, a variety of
diseases occur from Insdernntrition, and there
is no more ready means of curing such diseases
than the supply of animal food. The flesh of
animals is more readily digested and more
speedily appropriated than the flesh forming
principles of plants ; hence it is a necessity for
those races of men who are strong in muscle
and active of thought. We warn the public
not to listen to the blandishments of stewed
carrots and parsnips, fried cauliflowers and ap
ple possets. These things may please the pal
ate, they may fill the stomach, but they cannot
supply the material of muscles and brains.
There are some people amongst us who may
neither work nor think. It may be immaterial
to them in what form they supply the waste
material of their existence. But for the men
and women who carry on the great work of our
national and social life, it would be one of the
most retrograde steps they could take to aban
don the food which instinct and reason point
out to them as the fittest matrial for the sup
ply of the waste of their active lives.
CITIZEN Fun COMPANY.-A special meeting
will be held this evening at the usual hour, for
the, transaction of important business. Afu
turn out is desired. • By order. •
s Tin RnaanoLD—lnratrray, the Free Masons'
and the Scott Band, of Mifflintowo, will *olive
here.to-morrow night, to participate in the-pa
rade on Fri Chip. So — says the Tuniath Sentinel,
received this afternoon.
Rm. Tumuli if. Boattows, State Superintend
ent of ' Common Schools, now on ad official
omission to the western part of the State, will
deliver 'an address before the Allegheny county
Educational Association on Friday evening.
A WHOLEI 'BRIGADE! COMING.—We learn from
the Huntingdon American that the entire bri
gade of that district intend coming to r,
and will leave Huntingdon to-morrow evening.
The brigade comprises several fin looking.
SCRAPE. 111AASTREICA.Ati the/request of a
large nitinbak Of citizdtua, we dell the attention
of Council: to propriety of having the
streets scraped Atttnqrrow A in view of the
conling emyloy a large
force of men am haxe r the streets put in good.
Conalas*--Irrour local*oltimu of yester
day we stated that Dr. Hs= had read a bill in
place requiring the Northern Central Railroad
Comi)any ttence their road in this county.—
The bill was not read by Dr. Hscx, but by Mr.
CLARK; and apon a careful examination of the
ginvislons of the bill, we must admit that Mr.
ark was fully justified in presenting it. The
road passes alongside and In many cases over
the only passable ivagon_ road leading from
Halifax to. Millersburg, and It , is extremely
dangerous to travel the road"with conveyances.,
If a fence was erected many accidents would
LANOASTIM. Hamm' Coxuro.—We learn
from the Lancaster Express that the Fencibles
of that city, with fifty-seven men, including
officers and Band, Intend participating in the
parade here on FridaY. They leave. Lancaster
at six o'clotk on Friday "morning, and will be
joined at the depot by the Jones Artillery, , of
Safe Harbor; numbering thirty-five men, with
martial music. ThsVytown Infantry and the
Washington Rifles, O,rkorint Joy, will also at
tend the celebratieni" , kot will probibly;come
up in another train.. The Rifles will $e &corn;
waled by the Mount Joy Brass Band. Alto
gether the military turn out from ,Lancaster
county will . be quite creditable.
Hoax EFFECTS OF THE PANIC.
Curs worth of stationery and `soiree one f the
following gifts, all for twenty-five cents, viz :
Pen Knifeyrotail price, 26c ; Pair Scissors, 25c ;
Gent's Plated Chain, $2 26 ; Set Plated Sleeve
Buttons, $1 25 ; Set Plated Studs, 76c; Set
Gold Sleeve Buttons, $3 00 ; Set Gold Studs,
$2 co ; Gold Heart Charm, $1 00 ; Gold Cross
Chars4,lol 00 ; Gold Locket, $6 00 ; Ladies'
BreaStVin, $1 50 ; Ladies' Breast Pin, $6 00 ;
Roltitiong, price, $3 00r; tlgdping,
$1 CO ; Silver aikble, 50c ; Gent's' Breast
Pin, $1 50 ; Gold Pen and Pencil, $8 00 ;
ver Watch, $lO 00 ; can be obtained at the
- stores of Wm. D. Jack, or Geo. Bergner, also
D. S. Hotel, at wholesale.
Abucanx Sgrirxn.—lt was very proper for
Col. Gregg, the Senator froin Centre county,
after the caning he received a few days ago
from the Clerks of the Senate, to require , of
them some sort of explanation ; mid, therefore,
on Tueeday evening, through one of his frielacts,
he requested them to meet him at Coverlf.s, lit
which time and place,"after t at fulhand free dkt
mission of the relations existing 'between the
parties, over plump bivalves and the .ehoicest
liquors, the affair was amicably, honorably and
satisfactorily adjusted. It is proper to say that
idmaking this settlement all parties conceded
there was sufficient cause for the caning r:and
our friends, the Clerks, justified themselves
under that plea—while the good' natured Col
onel himself magnanimously yielded his assent
to the prevailing sentiment.
Mg. Roma :—Being unacquainted with the
General in command of the contemplated pa
rade on the 22d; - .1 thought few lines in yrlnr
paper might meet his notice, and he be in
duced, to favor Very many of our citizens by
adopting a more extensive route of parade on
that del , . There is 'considerable dissatisfaCtion
on ficeount of its . shortnees ; and many, who
would -like ,to" decorate their houses, are de
terred 'from doing so beCause the proceseion will
not come near them. As the number of par
-tialpants is to be unprecedentedly large, and
from other considerations, j would seem ne
cessary to make an almost entire alteration of
the programme. If Gen. Keine can favor us,
there will be a profusion of Flags and decora
tions such as has never before been wit
nessed in our city. We hope also that the
Committee of Arrangements will not faVo act
upon your suggestion to haie•all tteliells of
the city rang at an appropriate time.
Tao FAXIIi& m ILUISAS.—Tio the favored citi
zens of Harrisburg realize that a portion of the
people of Kansas are actnidly , 7 Can
we read the appalling acconnfa n oi . - and
want without being moved f - not re
main wholly deaf to the cry of - the distressed-
When the story of the great famine in Ireland
came to ns in all Its horror and misery, the
'American people, from the generosity of their
hearts, sent a stream of corn across the se a ,
and Ireland'thiked us for it. Can we not do
soniething for genres? There are fathers
there without work ; there are mothers there
without bread ; little children—such as many a
parent sees around his table every morning in
this city—are there crying for-food. Let us do
something for the destitute people in Kansas,
if "the times are hard." We propose that two
or three responsible persons be selected to re
ceive contnlntions of money for the purchase
of food and clothing to be sent to the famine
stricken people of , our newly admitted sister
State. The cry, "help or we perish," daily
comes flashing over the Wires, and heart
touching appeals for aid constantly reach us
through the columns of the newspaper& What
shall be ear response? We pause fora reply!
.. _ .
TECH Wens ART/LLKRIBTO, of Norristown,
have made arrangements to visit this city and
join ,in the coming parade, They will reach
here on Thursday evening, in the ;Lebanon
" : lley 'train, and remain until Saturday.
ACCIDENT ON A RAILROAD-00 Saturday after
noon last an Irishman named Michael Casey
was run over by strain on the Hanover Railroad,
and dreadfully mangled—his head being cut
open and one leg severed from the body. The
accident was occasioned by the deceased jump
log from the cars when they were in motion.
THE DEMOCRATIC STATE COMPETITION will BS-
Remble in this city to-morrow. A number of
the delegates are already here, and others will
arrive by the various trains to-night. A "high
o -"me" is anticipated when the discordant
*a of the dilapidated Democracy meet - in
_ Wressible conflict." 'llls evident that the
secession sympathizers w4l.- be largely in the
minority. k"- •
THE PHILLDELPHIA ANNUALMNP&RIINCIEOf the
Methedist Episcopal Church will hol fifty
eighth session in Philadelphia, to the
close of March. At the last session of on
ference, the question of a division of i was
agitated, but the movement was not successful.
It is expected that it will be renewed at the
coming Session. Daupitin county forms a part
of this district.
Tue Two MILITARY Cowman from Holli
dayaburg—the Fencibles and Rffles—will par
ticipate in the parade here on Friday. At Al
toona they will be , joined by the Knights
Templar and the Braes Band of that place.
Several of the Huntingdon county-companies,
the Logan Rifles of Lewistown, and the Mifflin
town. Cavalry, are expected to come in the same
train at two o'clock Friday morning.
DINNER FOR THE OLD SOLDIERS.—A resolu
tion was offered by Col. Gregg, in the Senate
this morning,and adopted, authorizing the Le
gislative Committee of Arrangements to pro
vide a dinner, on Friday, at the expense of the
State, for all the Old Soldiers who participate in
the flag raising demonstratim -Of course, the
Committee will do the honors gallantly, and
give the veterans a handsome entertainment.
Mons FLAGS Canaan.—We stated in a recent
issue that large American Flags had been or
dered for the Cotton Mill, the Car Factory, the
Eagle Works, the Rolling Mill, the European
Hotel, and the - Ho:ll)6%nd Paxton Fire Compa
nies. Since that time a number more have been
ordered,lome of them by merchants of our city
who are determined to "hang out their ban
tiers" on the'22d, and add to the general dis
play. We commend their public spirit and pa
triotism. We repeat our suggestion to private
citizens to decoritte their dwellings with minis=
tare American Flags, which can be purchased
in large quantities at cheap rates. Let us give
the city as gay and attractive an appearance as
possible, and show the thousands upon thou
sands of people who will be here on Friday
01n,tiakway, of a handsome and
sy`••••• - ?'
WELPE THEY Come Facar.—The poor . house
statistics for the last year show that of two
thousand three hundred and fdty-six transient
paupers—styled in; the report "comers and
gars "—entertained in that_ institution, two
thousand two'hundred and sizty-one were foreigners.
Of the regular paupers in the institution, at
least two-thirds are natives of other conntries.
The occupants of European pauper houses and
prisons are vomited upon our shores, month
after month, by the - shipload, to bemaintained
here by our honest, sober and industrious tax
'Payers. We have constantlia standing army
of foreign paupers in the 'country, eating out
the substance of the people, as the statistics of
all.. our almshouses demonstrate. And, "the
cry is still they come."
THE OIL • RroGION.—fIaagATION BEPORTS.--A
correspondent of one of our exchanges who re.
cently visited the oil regions'of westertl, Penn
sylvaniaOhinks there is a rt-;:i . , f . . 010 the
iiigrPat grease question„ ;1 ! ,, '.'resented
los it should be. He43ays4 over half of the
wells dug are failures ; that, upon investiga
tion, the wells which are said to yield twenty
ftve and thirty barrels per day, do:not yield
more than five or eight barrels, and that many,
and he believes all of them, begin to fail after
a very shoft time. He says that a man who
goes in and is fortunate in locating, may make
money ; but that two must fail where, one
makes, and he believes that ;200,000 more Mo
ney has been expended in the oil regions than
has been produced from them. He says that
there is a systematic scheme to, inflate this oil
fever, by a company who have obtained posses
sion of the land in the vicinity, and who are
really the only persons that are making money
out of the operatiop..
Paola Mr. 0. C. B. Carter, 93 Market street,
to whom the public generally should feel them
setves indebted for the ever prompt and contin
ual supply of new music with which he furnish
es them, we have received the following new
pieces, published by. Lee & Walker, Philadel
phia : "The Home Run Quick'Stop" dedicated
to the Mercantile Base Ball Club of Philadel
phia, "The Rifleman's Grand March" composed
and dedicated to the Petersburg Riflemen; both
of these pieces hays handsome illuminated
titles. "The Fairview Gallop" and two more
parts of Grobe's World of Music designed • ex
pressly for beginners called "The Polar Star
Schottish" and the "Sea Lark Polka." The
above with everything else in the musical line
am be obtained from Mr. Carter.
3000 yds. remnants of Calico, at half price ;
1000 yds. remnants of Detains, at half price ;
remnants of colored Silks, at half price. Hav
ing a large lot of remnants on hand, I will sell
them off at half price. 100 Broth° and Wool
Shawls at cost. Cassimeres Cassinett Flannels
and Cloth at cost. Black Alpaoka, Black Silks,
Gloves, Stockings, hemstitched Hoops, Cam
brib, Cambric Bands; a latge lot received
from Yew York. auction, 200 pieces of new
Calicos, at 8 and 10 cents. 50 pieces of splen
didEunbleachediHuslin, 10 cents.; wool-Socks,
15 cents ; Unclefihirts and Din:Wets, 62 ,cents.
L'lmurr, - Bhoads' old corner. t
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ii4insrrthecOntending elements of political
strife, it becomes us as a diviliffediptople to pay
proper respect to our personal appearance. In
view of this, we might say that it is not gener
ally known thatFresident Lnmoth intends pur
chasing his inaugural suit of clothes at Munn
BOWMAN's; This intention on the part of the
President may be from the fact that they have
a large stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Peelings
at prices to suit the times. Corner Front and
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the good will and Furniture of the W hits Hall
Hotel in the city of Harrisburg, opposite the County
Court House, of which he will enter' into, possession on
April, Ist nest, will, therefore, offer - at 'public outcry.
ON THE 13th DAY OF NABOB' NEXT, (WEDNBS
DAY,) THE ENTIRE STOOL OF HOUSEHOLD AND
XL ETO,Mv FURNITURE; such as the best quail y of
BEDS AND BEDDING,OARPETSOIZAIRS,TABLES;
SOFAS, CLOCKS; STOTES AND PPP.R,- DISHESAND
QTTEBNSWASE in general, and teeny other axtieles
not here numerated.
Also one FRESH MILK. COW, HOGS, WAGONS
AND HARNESS, all of. which will be,sold on said day,
end if not concluded on that claysaid Sale will be contin
ued from day to day until the said propetty. is all sold.
The said sale will be held at THE FARMER'S
HOTEL; (late Stahl's). • •
Conditions will be made known on the day of sale by
JACOB D. HOFFMAN,
dacw-ts - Proprietor.
ML M 0 17 AL MI •
DR. D. W. JONES,
HAS moved his office to the National
House in Market street, opposite the Post Offic—
e particular and observe the name on the window.—
Dr. Jones may be consulted on all diseases but more
particularly dleases of a private nature. • Br. JONES
haa cured a number of private and other diseases
in this city and elsewhere, and some of them had almost
given up all hopes of recovery, and was restored by the
use of his powerful vegetable remedies.
Dr. JONES often the only safe and certain remedy for
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Costiveness, and all Derangements of the Stomach. This
preparation will cure Gonorrhea in [relit threelo five
days, and can be had at any time of Dr: JONES, at his of
fice, at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle is sufficient
to cure amild case.
This is ono of -the worst of all diseases. Dr. JONES
pledges' himself to mire Syphilis in its worst forms. This
disease makes its appearance luso many different forma,
that a single plan of treatment will not reach it In all its
features *, so it may require different remedies, according
to the nature of the case. Dr. JONES will make a writ
ten article with any one—NO CURE NO PAY I The re
medies used by Dr. JONES, are purely vegetable, and need
no change of diet or hindrance from business.
This habit of youth is indulged in while alone, and s
often learned from evil companions when at school, and
if not cured will 'destroy both mind and body. Both
sexes fall victims to this disease. The symptoms are—
Pain in the Head, Dimness of Sight, Ringing in the Mars,
Pimples on the Face, Loss of Memory, Frightful Dreams
at Night, Weakness in the Back, Pain in the Breast, and
Cough, (indicative of Consumption,) Dyspepsia, great
Derangement of the Nervous System, and so on ti>i Death
pots an end to their sufferings To such Dr. JONES of
fers a perfect restoration, with such mild and Balmy
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the victim of
this Distressing Disease.
, FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
Those suffering from Colds, and Derangement of the
Nervous System, eau , speedily be restored to sound
health and vigor.
Dr. JONES may be eonsulted'at all times at his office,
,personally_or by letter, describing all symptoms. All
letters mast contain a stamp to ensure answer.
OFFICII NORTHERN , masa RAILWAY Co., "1 .
Baltimore, Feb.ll, 1801.
A GENERAL MEETING of the Stock
holders of this company will be held at CALVERT
STATION, on THURSDAY, the 28th of February next,
between the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock P. M.; for the
election of Twelve Directors ter the ensuing year.
The Transfer looks will be closed on the 18th of Feb
ruary until after the election. By order.
ROBT S. HOLLINS, Secretary.
Patriot and Union please copy. fehll-dte
APPLES APPLES t !
BARRELS of superior APPLES,
just received from New York Agate, for sale
'at lowest cash price, by
febll - JAMES E. WHEELER.
VOR RENT.—The Tavern Stand on
j: Ridge Road, now occupied by Samuel W. Roberta is
offered for rent from the Ist of April next. Enqadre of
feb9-dtf MRS. BOSTGRN, No. 30; Fourth street.
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSE
xi, with considerable ground, - and aSTABLE attached,
on the west avenue of the water basin. Possession may
be bad immediately.
feb7-2wd CHAS. C. HAWN.
THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
ing between 11B1C13. & 00WPBBTRWAIT, in the
eautile business, has this day been dissolved by mu
tual consent. 'All claims against said Arm, and all debts
owing to the same will be fPresented for settlement and
paid to BENCH & BOWMAN, who are authorized to settle
up the business , of the concern, and who will continue
business at the old stand, corner of Front and Market
street. . DANIEL BRION,
feta THOMAS 8.. covirpEßTHwArr.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
rrinE STORE ROOM next to the Court
11 EOUSG • late in the occupancy of Mr. Glover. Pos
session given on the first of April. Enquire of
j a n 274. F. WYETH.
STATE, _CAPITAL BANK.
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT 82&,
H AB BIS BURG,- PENN.
A NEW AND FINE ASSORTMENT
. LADIES' TRAVELLING
At all prloea,for Bale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market area
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 h p reby . extended
to all 'Military companies, Fire cbmpanies, and
other civic associations, in the State; to join in
the propesed ceremonies. Major General Beim,
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 lbth inst.
JOSEPH H. WILSON,
febti-dawtd. Chairman Omonidee.
LOSING OUT our still large assortmen
of FURS consisting of
aadsome Dark Sable Bette,
Handsome'Dark aborian Squirrel Setts,
flue stock of all kinds of low price Furs,
A chance for Bargains in Fine Fara-
ian24 etit:lb the Harrisburg Bank
LIQUORS AT -,COST !
"LAVING concluded to 'digicontinui:the
business. we offer - our large and , complete assort
ment of Fon Wnots, B RANDrks, and liquors of every det
scription at - cost without reserve.
WM. DOOR JR. &
Opposite the Court House.
A NEW LOT OF
LADIES' SHOPPING & TR9.VgL.II% 13A . G.&'
Comerteing a number of new styles GEM_ sad
-DOS Money. POI& and Wallets. . fine assortment.
Just rectivedand for sale at
to. Market Atrial
DR. D. W. JONES,
Ninth Ex ibition of the Mass. C ha ri t able
Main I '1;1 Cak-MG SONS
THE GOLD MEDAL
FOB THE REST
GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO FORTES ;
AND MI ONLY PRINTOLL
A SILVER MEDAL,
POE THE BEST UPPIGHT PIANOS,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THESE PIANOS,
No. 921 MARKET ST., HAIRRISBITG.
MEE UNDERSIGNED has opened his
LUMBER OFFICE, corner of Third street and Black
berry alley, near Herr's Hotel
Also—TWO ROOMS with folding doOrs TO LET, sutra
Me for a Lawyer's office. Possession can be had home
diately. W. F. MURRAY.
Amo—HORSES AND CARRIAGES to hire at the same
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
.FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERISI.II . & CO:,
xROo. 52 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
Pa., opposite saws Emu and adjoining the
lIPIAN Horn, having purchased the stock of E. F
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 re
paired and delivered.
ALFRED F. ZIEIdERMAN & CO
Having disposed of my stock of Jewelry to A. F. 'Zim
merman & CoTI cheerfully recommend them to my for•.
mer customers as practical and experienced Watch
Makers, and solicit for them a continuance of the patron.
age which has been so generously extended to me during
the last six years.
_ Jan 29
Select Schools for Boys and Girls.
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
THE Fall term of ROBERT M'ELWEE'S
School for boys, will open on the last Monday in
August. The room is well ventilated, comfortably fur
nished, and in every respect well adapted for school
CATHARINB M'ELWEE'S School for girls, located in
the same buildingi will open for the Fall term at the same
time. The room has been elegantly fitted up during the
vacation, to promote the health and comfort of scholars.
U. S. FLAGS
OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES, on hand
and manufactured to order, at-
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
feblB 51 Market Street.
SHAD, No. 1,
SALMON, No, 1,
HERRING, No. 1,
COD FISH, No. 1,
MACKEREL, No. 1.
Of the above we have all the different sized packagekt
from the Ern to the BABBBM in store and for sale at the
fable WM. DOCK, 3x. & CO.
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES 1
HAVING JUST RETURNED from the
Eastern cities where we have selected with the
GRRATEITT Oen a large and complete assortment of su
perior goods which embrace anything kept :In the best
city grueeries, we respectfully and cordially invite the
Public to call and examine our stock and Inman one
febl6 WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
EMIT Put. limn,
MIREOW FAT Buss,
Waota Pus, &O , &O
Just received and for sale at the miner use PRICES
t ebl6 Wit. DC.OII. JR. & CO.
Clare Clough, Cold, Hoarseness, Infiu
41, enza, any Irritation or Soreness of
Q:r kr • the 2hroae, Believe The Hacking
chit, _ ma, air Br ow
>. c?' - Clear and giro strength to
0 C\\ ( c
PUBLIC S PEA KERS
11 Tii 4zVo
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in its first stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TBCCEIRS,'
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
"That trouble in my Throat, (fbr which
the "TROCHES" are a specific) , having
made me often a mere whisperer.
N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their nee to Public
REV. R. H. CHAPIN.
"Have proved extremely serviceable
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
"Almost instant relief In the distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma."
REV - . A. C. EGGLBEIDN.
"Contain no Opium or anything Wart
oua." DR. A.A. FAYIB,
"A simple and pleasant combtoallon Tor; Coughs, ko."
"Beneficial In Bronchitis '•
llft. J. F. W. LANA,
"I haie proved their excellent ter
REV. H. W. WARREN,
"Beneficial when compelled to speak,
suffering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON,
"Effectual in removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common IV%
Speakers and Singers."
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, vt
La Grange, eta ,
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent Hoarse.
nets. From their past effect, I think thisy
will be of permanent advantage to me."
REV:• E. ROWLEY, A. lit;. ,
President of Athens College, Tenn..
,Sold by all Druggists at 25 cantatas:hr.
nov26-dawom - • ,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ::-::.:
Holsery, Gloves, Gaunttette, in large quantities.
Great assortment of Embroideries. -
Ladles Underwear, different sizes and quality.
Gentlemen's do do do
Missies' do do do
Boys' do do do .. ...
Cloths, Cassimeree, Satinetts, Jeans, ... .-.
And everything for Men aid Boys wear.
Alf goods, without distinction to style or quality, will
be sold at a very slight advance, and less than cost at
CATHCART & BROTHER,
Next door to the Harriabbst Bak h
SHOUSES in different parts of this city. 'Stab4
tached to some of them. Possession given thyl
April next; 02-3 M) GaAs . G.
ONE PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
WHISKY just received and for saleng
JOHN 11. ZIEGLRF4
janl 73 Market Street.
CITY BONDS FOR SLAB ! ,
ONE` OR TWO CITY BONDS of $5OO
each, bearing 6 per cent. interest, being a safe antt ,
good iriveiiiinieht.- Apply to '241/
tHßtinilersigned, DOCTOR OF DENTAL.
SURGERY, has returned and resumed hityproettag
to street opposite the "Brady Rouse," Whete e
will be planted to attend to all who may desire his Ea
[sep27], B. M. GILDEA,II.,D. S.
FRANK A. MURRAY
ELBITsR F. 'JENNINGS
DR. G. F. BIGELOW,
W. E. vsn