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nu ORIGINAL AND Gk.NUM
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
S AR SAPARILLA,
Tbe Great Renovator of
THE SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
AND ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS
.1 hese complaints fan be speedily and effectually cured
by the use of this
Thousands have experienced its salutary erects, and
tens of thousands have witnessed It, until it has ceased to
be a question among the intelligent portion of the com
When the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnant, either
from the effects of Spring weather, change of climate
want of exercise, the nse of a uniform saline diet °ratty
other cause ; this compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, will
MEW the &ow, carry or the putrid humors, ciutassx
REGULATE THE BOWELS.
And impart a Tone of Vigor to the
TO THE PUBLIC.
The public aro hereby notified that die preparation Rs
tenelvely known as Dr. S. P. Townsend's Compound ox
tract of Sarsaparilla 11 now manufactured under my di
rendez and supervision, from the original recipe obtained
from Dr. S. P. Towneend; and I certify that it lecompos
ed of ingredients PUIiILY VEGETABLE, Mad WITHOUT
It Di CU ; and also that the ingredients are judiclOusly
corm minded, so as to obtain from them their greatest
JAMES R. CHTLTON. M.D., Chemist.
Dr. S. P. TOWNSEND'S CON7OI:IND Farmer or SA3RA
PAHILI4, has a reputation among all civilized natlonit at
the best preparation for
Renovating and 1 Purifyingc.theißLOOD
which science has ever offered to man. In this medal;
Its PECULIAR EXCELLENCE, and to thighs due Its world
It contains all the vegetable principles which experi
ence has proved useful in clearing the SYSTEM from
DISEASE, extracted and combined with the highest 'kill
which the refinements of modern chemistry enable um to
Whatever may be said by morUtied competitors or
splenetic physicians, tho ract that this medicine Is EVERY
WHERE USED, and that its use creates =lncreased de
mand, shows conclusively that it possesses medicinal
merits or the first order
C. A U T I O N.
"Iu avoid Imposition it will be neeeesary to see that
DR. JAMES R. CEILTOYS
CERTIFICATE as well as the SIGNATURE of Dr. &P.
TOWEIIIeDd. Is on the outside wrapper of each bottle.
BE VERY CAREFUL TO USE NO OTHER.
Proprietor's once, NO. 41 Fulton street, N. Y
And far sale by every Druggistin this city.
F1i , 30- d3law
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
ONE PRICE GIFT
No. 607 CHESTNUT STREM
A superb stook of nue - French, English and American
Fr , r lily and Country trade, with an uuapproaobable
tmeut uf RiADT MADZ CLoTIUNG at the lowest cash
,Go - But ONE PRICE is asked, and a GIFT of intrinsic
v ..rth and use presented wish each article sold.
Pant ,ular attention paid to the Customer department,
an I garments made andsent to order to any address.
In innueuratine this new system of doing busineem,
i;RANVILLE STOKES would impress on the minds of
the patinas of his establishment, that the cost of the gift
1: dm acted from, and NOT added to the price of the arti•
le gold. Ills immensely increasing sales stabling him
to set thus liberally, and at the same WOO to MOW II
Il articles guaranteed to give entire satisfaction
GOT CHESTNUT STRELT
OATS ! OATS ! I
2,000 BUSHELS ON HAND. A
prime lot For sale very low for cash,
by JAS. m. mutinzastg,
Dealer In Coal, Wood, PoWder,.Bm.
coal delivered and weighed at amenntere door
I,y. lie Patent Weigh-Cans. Prices to sulk the times.—
hulesale and Retail, JAW
Desirable Property for Rent.
TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE AND
STORE ROOM, situated In Market street, between
Fourth and Fifth streets, in the Third Ward.
aI.SO.—A LARGE TWOSTORY BRICK HOURS, situated
In second street below Mulberry in the First Ward.
ALSO.—A THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE, situate In
Liberty street, in the Fourth Ward.
Apply to C. 0. ZUUMEIRMAN,
No. 28 South Second Street,
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF COAL.
THE PATENT WEIGH-CARTS tested
A. and certified to by the SEALER OP WEIGHTS
Mr. JINI9 M. Wmunaa—llaving this day tested your
Patent Weigh Carta, and found them perfectly correct, I
therefore put any seal upon them according to law.
Sealer of Weights and measures.
Harrisburg, January 17,1581.
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE
EXTRA FINE POINTED
F NEWTON'S (formerly B ag l ey ' s)
I L , manufacture, warranted to be the best in material,
the finest pointed, most durable and as cheap as any
II market, for sale, with a variety of Gold and !Myer
t's:es of various sizes and prices at
RBRONER'S OFIkAP BOOKSTORR,
61 Market street.
FOR VIE SE ASON.
Vanilla, best In market,
Pure Distilled Rose Water,
Beat Roglish Baking Soda,
Pare Cream Tartar,
Extra Pare 13
Frtilt%4R e l t rbiL
420 KILMER DRUG 'S
(91 Market . -
-DX / eieby
• • - /1= -
egrA:-44 . _
(Ldt ~ , 4
" a itl 4 wlct
Bread, Tea-Cakes, allkinds offistry, &o
EDW. CHAMBERLIN & CO.)
Proirklom of Shatomia Chemical work.
No. SS INDIA STREIT, Boston.
CONCENTRATED LEAVEN is the re
%),/ suit or woeful chemical research. All its ingredi
ents Re prepared in the highest state of purity and com
pounded with a view to produce bread of a fir better
quality, and in much less time, than by any other pro
cam ; and by the manufactinera Submit it, withentire
confidence, to the judgment of diserimbuthig home
keepers, bakers, dtc.
Bread - of all kinds made by using Ooncentrated Leaven
is lighter, more digestible and nultritioue; bas an agrcea.
natural taste ,• bleu liable to sour ; will retain its
moisture longer 'an by any other process, and the
whole preparation for the oven need not exceed ten
It is valuable because it is not perishable, and may be
rendered available in places and at times when yeast is ,
not within reach, as at sea. In all climates and under
all circumstances, it may be adopted, thus obviating all
ditylottity of precuring.yeast or other ferniest, which is
frequently - 0U an quality, ret daring . the bread
more oa's'is iffitelfoleeeme. •
It is , also valuable as regards economy, as it has been
as/Attained that a tavlngla effected in the flour of not
lees than le per cent. In the common procce.9= much of
the saccharine of the flour is lost by being converted
into Carbonic acid gas, or spirit, and the waste is in
curred solely for the purpose Of generating gas to raise
the dough. fly using Concentrated Leaven this waste Is
avoided, and the gas obtained in a manner equally effi
cacious. Fermentation, as has been slated, destroys a
part of the flour or meal, sod, in consequence, a barrel of
floor weighing 196 Iha.,-which, by the common method,
ordinarily makes about 260 The of bread, gives by thin
process 290 lbs , thus effecting the very important saving
of 16 per cent. In the quantity of flour. By conformity to
the direction,' on each package, any person, capable of
ordinary attention may conduct the process, and the re
nal will invariably be highly satisfactory.
CERTIFICATE FROM DR. HATES.
Assayer to the State of Massachusetts.
have analysed the Concentrated Leaven, manufac
tured by Mews. Bdw. Chamberlin & Co., with reference
to its purity and efficiency of action In producing the ef
pat of yeast In distending dough, and thereby rendering
At for making bread. This article is skillfully con
founded, from perfectly pure material. it raises the
dough without consuming the sugar or any other princi
ple in the Sour, perfectly; and the same weight of flour
will produce more sweet, palatable bread than can be
obtained through yeast; while for takes and pastry It is
Invaluable, as It saves all risk, and much ti of the
pastry cook. .
"The experiments made by me confirm thh statements
made by the manufacturers, and proves this compound
worthy of publie'aPproval and extended use.
"A. A. Nian„ll. D., State Assayer,
"16 Boylston street; Beaten, September 46,1860."
Inutsersar MID Ter Rous.—Two or three teaspoonful
of Leaven t (according to the quality of the flour,) to one
' quart of flour; mix thoroughly py passing two or three
times through a sieve ; ruhin a piece of butter half the
size of an egg, and make the paste with cold milk or
water, (milk is preferable,) barely stilt enough to permit
rolling out. Much kneading . should be avoided. Cut in:
to desired form, and place immediately in a hot oven and
Loss Basso,—Tbe same proportions of Leaven. and
noorkirthdatettlet abOve; omit th e butter, abd make
the paste a ationghth knead lama 11A- spa bate im
mediately In a slow oven. •
Muzak Hwun.—Three teaspoonsful of Leaven to one
quart of wheat meal, sifted together ; add one gill of mo
lasses and' Oro eggs ; make the paste thin with milk and
bake In a slow oven.
Baowx Itamo.—Tbree teaspoonsful of Leaven to one
pint of flour, and one pint of corn meal, all well gifted to
gether; add two eggs and about a gill of molasses; wake
the paste thin with•miik anilbakealowly.
Botstwasks eskita.—Flour and milk sufficient to make
one quart of baiter; add one egg; then three teaspoonful
of Leaven; beat to a froth, and cook.qutok.
Entxrucia.—Sitt together one quer tokflour and two tea
spoonshe of Leaven; rub In a piece of butter bell as large
se nu egg ; .mist twith `,oold milk or, water, 'and I:Mitten
CRAW= BRUT CAX3.--Sift together two large oups
of flour and two teaspoonsftil of Leaved; patio half a cup
of butter and a cup and a ludf of sugar ; mix with tea
milk or waterlea stirbatter, add apicetb tuilt.the,ompts
and bake Immediately.
cinionown Breaux Casa.—Two onpa of white sugar
beaten with the yolks of six eggs—the whites of six,,eggs
beaten to a Trait; then beat all together ; add three cups
of sifted flour, one outrof water,' and :three teaspooneftti
of Leaven ; flavor with two teaspconsfol of essence of le
mon, and bake to a quirk oven,
TOWSLIS.--Bift together one quart of flour and three
teatipoonsthl of Leaven ; rub Inoue taa-cripful abutter.
add a clip and a half of white sugar, and spice to suit the
taste; mix stiff enough to roll out and bake quick.
EMOTION Car .— One quart of flour and three teaspoons
fill Of - Leaven Sifted *tether ; add a Onp of , butter, one
pound of currants, two mpg of white sugar, add one tea
apoontul of cinnamon ; mix with cold milk to a stiff bat
ter, and bake in a slow oven.
Coen Carn—One pint each of flour and Indian meal,
and three tempoonshil of Leaven, well Mei ;
add one gill of molaiises and two eggs ; mix thin with
milk, and bake in a slow oven.
Cur Cast—Five cope of Hour and three teaspoonful
of Leaven silladlOgelber; add one cup of butter, two of
sugar, an d to eitgo;4ll welltient togethar";:then add a
cup of currants and spice to suit the taste. Bake about
UMW CAXII.--Mree quarters of a pound of flour and
four teaspxualtil of Leaven sifted together; one pound of
sugar and six canes of butter' beaten to a bream ; the
whites of eight eggs well beaten, and the juice 01 .0 1201 0 "
moo; mix with milk.
WEER= Cass.--flve cups of flour, three teaspoonsfol
of Leaven; three imps - of sugar, one of butter, one of
milk, and two eggs ; .fruit and spice to the taste. Bake
about half an hour.
Packed in C L atia of 1,2, 4, and Six Dozen Cans.
For sale by Grocers and Druggists generally.
WILLIAM GULAGBR & BRO., Wholesale Agents,
n053.3413m Ho,o, 09 Bp'
orth tont, area, Philadelphia'
BEREMER'S CELEA.P 11001ESTORE
61 MARItET STREET
IA TB E CHEAPEST - PLACE IN THE CITY
Comprising all thevanots
READING AND BPgr BOOKE
all the VottpoL BOOKS used in the various Public and
Private Schools of the City, together with
COPY AND COMPOZIffON ROM, if
MIES, CAP and NOTE PAPM,3
BLANK BOOKS, &AYES, ma
LEAD ANB BUTE PENCILS,
PANS AND HOLDERS, INK
the most complete assortment or SCHOOL ' STATIONERY
constantly on hand and for isle at TIM LOWEST PRIM
or IST mon In the city, at
BERGNILKE ORKAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market street.
Sy- Metal diacoutibi made to teachers and dealers.
Any *elide not on hand' promptly:furnished without
extra ChM% • seo24
SILVER PLATED WARE
N 0.1222 Market Street, PHILADIMPRIA,
liantaketurer of line -
NICKEL SILVER, and SILVER PLATER of
PORK% SPOONS, LADIU b IITTER KNIVES,
CABTOEs, TEA ERTE,. KETTLES
WAITIVrit DEEM P
°ARB COMMUNION WARE,
CUB, Oa t GOItLITS,
With a general assortment, coinprisdng none 6ttt , Me bit
ellalftt‘ made of the butotaterialt and Asaaily.plated, one
Wieling them a .
-- - - Serlieeable and durable article
Pew HOnd4 EhmatoloAls AND PuiAn Pumas.
si- Old Ware re-plated in the bat manner.
.BLANFL 800 -*:
9 y r aji •
o ordeilif raVi e '
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 21, 1861.
IT is compounded •entireiy from Gums,
and has become an eatabblshoi Nice "Standard hie&
cane, known and approved
end le now resorted to
diseases for *Ilk& it
It his cured thi
who hadgiven up all hopes
unsoilcited certificates in
The dose must be adapt
the individual taking it,and
to aot gently onthe bowels.
Let the dictates of your __
use of the AVER INVIOO rs
Lmot Ccomaners, &MOUS p
zolkanitnosa, Soma Cox- k
SY SOUR &OUCH,
Cooties limns, etscassu
Jatztoicee, Fame. Wut
successfully SS an Orissa-14
will cure SICK BR&DACHE
IN TWIST ItairreS, is Iwo .
WO= at commencement o
ALL WHO ttaarr eaa 017
PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PII
UP. IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN, ANY CLIMATE.
Th 6 ,FAXILY OATH. B - ~:'
active. Catharti c which the UR
'practice More than twenty a
The constantly Incises- "...
have long used the PILL S M
all express in regard to 1.4
to place them within the it;
The Profession well know "
on different portions of th ~„„
The FAMILY • OATH %.,
foram* to this well Mob. M
ded from a variety of the &ii
which act alike on every ~i , "
nal, and ere good and sof ete
thanks le needed, snob st I d
Sleepieunt, - Pains in 6611 1
ram and Boreners oyes tie*
or weight in the head, alt ~ _
Worms in Children or Ad- Vg
Purifier of the Blood, and m i
flesh is heir. too numerous ... I
lament. Does, Ito 8. 0
THII LIVIA INVIGORATOR AND Femur CATNAP,
10 Pura are retailed by Druggists generally,and
sold - wholesale by the Trade in all the large
S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Proprietor
je2o4lswyl] 838 Broadway, New York.
JOHN B. ISNLITECIV
BOOT, & suor,:noz.x.
Harrisburg, Pa: ' ;
A LWAYS on hand a large .aatibitniOnt
ti BOOTS, SHORB, GAITERS; or tsar eery beet
'ltuallties for ladles, gentlemen, and childrens , wear.:
Prices to snit the times. All kinds of WORE:.WIR TO
ORDER id the beet style by superior, workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice. '
oetle.dtt JOHN IL sacrra; Hatibiberg. •
GREAT REDUCTION IA PRICES! .
_WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW IMPROVEMENTS . AT REDUCED PRICES.
THE WHEELER & WILSON Manufao
taring Company having gaintd ALL their suits at
law, with infringing manufacturers of Sewing. Machines,
propose that the public should be benefited thereby,
and - hate accordlngly'rednbed the prices• of their-Sewing
Machines. niter this date they will be gold at rates that
will pay a flair profit on the cccl of Manufactine, capital
Insisted, and expense of =making sales
,; Such prices s
will enable them to "mike 'first llatis'inachines; and, as
heretofore, guarantee them In eveory , particular.
In accordance with the annonocemein .above I' will
sell their splendid Sewing Machines at prices from.ll4t
to $9O for the fine full.case machines. It Is a well (stalk
lished fact that the • •
Wheeler & Wilecim Sewing Machine
Is the best one MOM market, the bestmade;anoStr nide
- and least liable to get oat of order and. they are now, as.
low as' the inferior me:chiefs. Call and 'see - them a.
Third and Market. • -
del-thn W. 0. HWKOK, Agent, .
ALBUMS I ALBUMS 1.!
The finest assortment of ALBUMS ever offered in tht3
oily ranging in price from 60 cents to $lO 00 each, bound
to all'atyles bfßindum, at
BERGNER'S CHKAP, BOOKSTORE,
12oov 6l Mark Street.
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
AND STRANGERS ' '
visiting the City is called to the largest and finest as
Letter, Note and Oap Papers,
Envelopes, Pens and Holders,
Int, int ttat n eici
. Wg , &ad Boxes,
Blotting Board; and a
1411 vaiiety of all hinds of STATIONERY; which for price
and quality cannot be excelled, pt
• EIIiRONEWS OSEAP BOOIESPORtr e
E. L. GODBOLD
fpRkCTICALLr Tuner and Repairer of
Pianos, Melodeons, dtc.', dn.:', will rods* orders in.
mare at WAL,KNINHIMMesio Moro, 02 Market street
All orders left at the Eibrouned klace, ofattlieltaeliler
goose, will meet; WitYprouifirstratition. -
.Flrseelass MANN for:sye.• • sepia 417
. _ _
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
11. RE UNDERSIGNED, ~HAS OPENED
L a Wholesale and. Retell Drug and PrescriptiOn Store,
la the Iron Front Znlbting, No. 128 Idarkit street, lately
occupied by Mr. Eby, wehre can be &and 'an enti renew ,
stock oflTresth and Pare Drab Perfumery,' Scads :COAT
OIT A , COAL OIL LAMPS, Boning • Fluid, A le shol Patent
Medicines, Stationery, Fancy Articles, &e., &o.
have the agency for the sale of %line's Celebrated Arti
ficial Teeth, to which vreiteduld invite the attention of
By strict attention to business, and desire to please,
'we respectfully ask a shawl of Public; Patronage.
• G. W. NSW
. . . •
N. B.—Prime Havana Segue and. Tobago° coludantiy ,
CITY LIVERY STABLES.
111,40Zi11r2 RY Atzsr, rllp rits Ault' 07
THE undersigned has recommenced the
livery busineee In idelefir dad - SPACIOUS SPA
BlSSlocated.ae'sbov*Nrlth ifteck o
ROES, OARSIAGIN and OWN SES, which be 101 l
hire atlnoderate letee. F. K. SWABFZ.
A One 11/113014M0M, col/prising:
Auk' aozAt inII,IINA:
pun, _ ' 'LI, Ramiro,
, Ora sisesvid kJOuster anallith *Diane-
Igall , bagsiPartteceived ondrfor,salokera:c...f
- W E "" ...91.. " 1 "
PIM! , Prok.
NEV ER DEBILITATES
by all that have need it,
with confidence In all the
within the last two years
of relief, as the numerous
my possession show.
ed to the temperameet
used in such quantities as:
iudgment, guide you in th
BATOR, and it will cur(
oaL, 0301. w,
mem, and May be . Used
ET EMIT )(IDIOM": 11
(aa thousands ean'teetify)
tera their testimony in tu
?RION ONE DOLLAR MI BOTrui
TIC PILL' Is .11. gentle be
proprietor • has Cud "In hi
lag deinartd from these who
thew use; bis Induced me
reach of all.
that different Cathartles act
'PIO MI has, with dna re
lished fact, been compoun.
purest Vegetable Extracts,
part of the alimentary ca.
In all cases - where a ca.
/ • //cassias,
• ; Zketriatim s s, a groat
many &seem* •to whieh'
.in .thM a Ivor.
Nam 'io ' °Erns:
THE ATTENTION OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
THE UNDERSIGNED will sell at private
sale his valuable real estate, situate near Lingle'.
town, Lower PartOtt township, Dauphin county, contain
log Eaysarr-Flue Aeons moss OR L. The land is well
improved, with a good FRAME
DWELLING HODGE, frame Barn and other ne.
IMO cesaary out-buildings, thereon erected. A
• 2 : 2 : dow 's dower, sinietintblg to $1,500, remain on
egroperty until her death.
. Persona Ambler to. parches% ran obtain all the re
quired information from the undersigned, who resides on
the property. GLEIT B. CARE.
OEO, J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR.
The above well known and long established Hotel le
now undergoing thorough renovation, and being In a
great degree newly fundtthed, under the proprietorship
of Mr. GlOltel J. Belzoni who has been an.inmate of the
house for the last three years, and la well known to
Thankful e for the liberal patronage which it has en—
oyed , I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public
vor. fieB wtfl da WILLIAM BUEHLER.
CHEMICAL SPERM CANDLES,
A large lot of the above in store and for sale at the low
est prices by
• WM. DOCK JR. & CO.,
Jana Opposite the Court House.
THE ATTENTION 'OF GENTLEMEN
± is solicited to our very large assortment of
Uanzasnurrs AND rhtewszs of every sizo and quality.
°rens' Jouvnt Km Moyne, best article manufactured.
All the different kinds of WINTER Gtovss.
largest assortinent of Rosiest in the city.
Clans, Stitivniatte, PLANDERROMITB, Ready Henn:tett.
And everything in Geptit , wear, , at
inn 24 Next to the Harrhiburg Bank.
Doo Da Monuagrao,
Bilostscor & Co.
Guam' & Co.,
MINIM & Co. x=o
- V UAW.,
In store and for sale by JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
dl9 73 Market Street.
IL MI ,2141 .T-a •
DR. D. W. JONES,
_ .4.B,jnoved hie. office to the National
Hbase hi Market street, opposite the Post Mlles.—
', &airarid ohms% • the name on the Window.--
' . JOINS may be consulted on all diseases • but mime
paitfeblarly 'Messes of a private. nature. Dr. lONliki
hair Mired slumber of private and otbet diseases
in 'this oily and elsewhere, and some of them had. almost
illien bp alt hbpes of - recovery, and was restored by the
use of hie powerruFvegetable remedies.
Dr. JONES offers the only safe and certain . remedy for
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Giatlveness, and all Derangements of the Stomach. This
plparation will 'curs Gonorrhea in from three to lice
da sazacira be had at any time of Dr. JONES, at his of.
floe, at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle is audiof ent
to'curci a Mild case.
This Its one of the worst of all diseases. Dr. JONES
pledges, himself to cure Syphilis In its worst forms. This
dihease makes its appearance in setnany different forms,
theta single plan of treatment will not reach it in all its
teatimes ; so it may 'require different remedies, according
tn:the native of the case. Dr. JONES will make a writ.
ten article with any one—NO CURE NO PAY I The re-
MOdili3 liked by'Drl JONES, areyorrely vegetable, and need
to (Mange of diet orshituirance from business,
S PE RUATORII BEA
This habit of youth Is indulged in while alone, and
Oftene learned from evil companions when at school, and
t not ;cured will destroy both mind and body. Both
sexes fall Victims, to this disease. The symptoms are—
pain. in the Read, Dimness of Sight, Ringing in the Ears,
Pfinples'en the Face, Loss of. Memory, Frightful Dreams
at Night; Weakness In the Rang, Pain in the Breast, and
o f ingbi (indicative - of Consuniptiond Dyspepsia, great
i Derangetnent of the Nervous System, and so on till Death
pats an end to their offerings; To such Dr. JONES of
fain at perfect remoratior, with, such mild and Balmy'
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the victim of
OM Distressing. Disease. -
• FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
,Those suffering from Colds, and Derangement of the
Nervous System, can Speedily be restored to sound
health and Vigor.
Dr. JONES may be consulted at all times at his office,
persbnally or . by lettee, describing all symptoms. All
tepee oust contain a stamp to ensure answer.
Address Mt. D. W. JONES, -
feb7 Harrisburg, Pa.
"OUR • GOVERNMENT."
6 rrUla"E unity of Government which con
__ 'dilutes you one p , ,
eonle, is now dear to you."—
washogdonsaJtiremeli Address. A nationality Is essen
tial to the enduring prosperity of our country. True pa
triotism must arise hem kno*ledge; It is - only 'a proper
understanding of our•civil institutions that can induce
strong and settled attachment to their principle', and
impartability fur their maintenance
t 'pun GOVEILSIOIENT : explanatory statement of
the - system' of Goaernment'of the Country,'" contains the
text of the Constitution of the United States, and the Con
stitutional provisions of the several States, with their
mhaningland comartuition; as determined by judicial au
thority, and precedent and practice, or derived from
standard 'writers; digested and arranged for popular use
Price $1:00. sold by M. Ii'XINNEY, •
del . Harrisburg, Pa.
_a_ to distribute the balance in the hands of JoSent ,
• Miller,= Assignee ofJOEMPH 11:MAVIDSON, among credi
tors, will ; attend to the duties-of his appointment on
'THURSDAY, the 2.Bth day of Febrnary,lB6l, at? o'clock
A. M., at office,- tic - Third street,. Harrisburg, when
and where all Interested may attend if they think proper
' • ' a - JOHN .13; - DETWILER,
fel:l64lw. " • Auditor.
DETERS' MOUNTAIN TURNPIKE
ROAD - COMPANY.-The President and Managers
of the Peters' Mountain Turnpike Road Company have
this day declared a dividend of sixty cents per share on
the capital,sfOck or said company, say three per cent
per annum, and directed the same to be at this office of
the stockholders, at ttie public house of J. D. HOFFMAN,
in the 'city of Harriebutg, to the s tockhohlers or their le
gal repreeentatives after the 10th.
febt).Btwe J. S. MEHARGUR, Treasurer.
AalL PERSONS are hereby notified that
.110 L. We have thla day dispos ed of our entire manufac
turlntboalnese to Messrs. KILLER & HOLLINGER, who
Will continue It as heretofore conducted by us, at the old
Vent corner of North and Spruce streets:
Tbe.bOoks of the firm have been placed in.the hands of
Mr. JOHN _KELLEN JR, 211 State street between Hibert
Midlßiort, far settlement, and all persons lenowbig
eilvesAndnbteikpall those baring claims against us Are .
eziodeted to make istamedfide settlement with him.
- 101,14 W
topepTl • • • .D. •MILLER & BON;
Joni eau, Treasurer of the county of Dauphin, Penn
sylvania, and ex-officio Treasurer of the House of
Employment and Support of the Poor. In the county
of Dauphin, in account with' the said county, for the
said Rouse of Employment, fcc.—
To balance in Treasury, due for the use of the
House of Employment, and of the Poor In
the county of Dauphlni"ro Per =Settlement
made by the County Auditors, January /2,
1860 • 168 61
To cash received from the Oommissloners of
the county of Dauphin, for the use or the
House, Arc., as aforesaid, pursuant to requi
sitions by the Directors of the Poor, Ste.; in
conformity to law, dated January 2, 18 1 60,
on orders issued by said ComMitudoners, to
wit : No. , 628.'
. ....... . - .....,.. 12, 000 00
To cash received from the' following named
persons, derived, as hereafter stated, for
the use of the aforesaid House of Employ.
inept, to wit :
Jan. 24.-To cash from John Rodent, Esq.,
fines - 1 79
Feb. 8.-To cash for Lime, from John
Raynor... 70 52
" " H. Brown, 12 84
April 2.--To cash for rent on McMahan's
" To cash for sundries 1 20
April 4. " from H. Brown Board
for paupers .... - 38 00
~ To cash for Lime sold to D.
Shell 31 52
April 21. To cash for Logs sold 6 00 •
" 24. " from Geo. Gilbert,
Esq.., fines 10 05
May 2.-To cash for Lime eold 5 00
June 2. " Proceeds of Mi11.....114 25
June 5.-To cash, Frederick Gilbert fbr
support of an invalid - 82 00
Aug. 15...T0 cash for Board to Paupers 35 40
" 23. " " Lime 501 d...... 46 00
" 30. " Pasture - 10 00
Oct. 12.-4 o cash, Proceeds of 14111....130 00
tt " " for Lime from John
Baysor • ......... 21 50
Oct. 13.-To cash for Pasture .. 15 00
Nov 22. " Boird'to Paupers 10 00
Dec. 4. " 4, Lime sold . 24 00
19. " " Paupers, Lances- '
ter county 80 00
To aggregate amount ($1,057 04) of orders is
sued in and during the year 1860, by the
Directors of the Poor and Hasa of Employ
mem Tor the county of Dauphin, unpaid at
settlement made by the County Auditors
of the county of Dauphin, Pa., January
Order No. 8, Tobias Hendricks........ $2 00
" No. 54, John 1 80
" NO. 85, R-Magutte.. 1 80
~ No. 88, George Weetheffer 1 90
" No, 109, Mary Ann Gould 2 00
No: Tobias Hendricks 2 00
leo. 168,.. d 0...... do 200
No. 261, DI Leonard ...- .... 400
No. 403, Mary Waechter._ 2 00
N0.'376, Matthias Slnklow 90
" No. 419, Mary Sheets 200
~ No. 455, Mary .W'aeohter 200
" No. 463, Clathartne Y0ung....... 20%
~ No. 471, Mary Sheets 200
" No. 610, Mary Waechter ..... 2 00
" No. 51.8, Catherine Y0ung....... 2'oo
No. 526, Mary Sheets 2 00
~ No. NO, David. Boyer 90
4 , No. 549,.W1d0w Forney... 200
" No. NO, Miry Fotnicy • 200
4 , N0..565, Mary Witeabter 200
No. 573,:Catharine Young.- .... 200
4 4 No. 581, Mary Sheets 2 00
No. 601, Widow C0ryer......... 90
~ No. 640, Mary 2 00
" No. 690, Adam Kraemer.. ..... . 00
No. 490, George Manly .. ...
" No. ow Widow Forney': .. .. .2 00
~ No. 615, Mary , F0rney.......... 2-00
" No. 630, Mary Waechter........ 200
~ No. 636, Catharine Y0ung.......2 00
4 , No. 654, Bildget Boyles .... 000
" No. 602, Widow Forney 200
~ No. 683, Mary Forney 200
44 No. 703, wary Fleck 6 92
" - No. 706, George 5n0k0..... ..... 200
~ No. 711, George Trullinger... ...... 24 04
~ No. 713, John Matter 119 28
" No. 716, John Lingel 18 CO
" No. 719,' Sloan & Boyd ..... .....5 50
4 , No. 721, John A. Weir . 895 .96 .
" No. 722, Jonas Rudy 80 52
" N0..723, E.E. Bollinger 36 82
Balance due John Care, Treasurer of the coun
ty oft auphin, and exollime Treasurer of the
Directors of the Poor and House of Employ
ment of said counts ....... 78 13
By aggregate amount (813,508, OS) paid and
unpaid of orders No. 1,,t0 725,1b0th inclusive,
issued in and during the year .1850, by the
Directors of the Poor and . House of Employ
ment for the county of "Dauphin, as entered
in numerical order and detail. in Order
Book of the Directors "aforesaid 13,503 08
By orders paid issued by the Directors as
aforesaid in 1859, unpaid at settlement-made
'by the County Auditors, January 12, 1860,
Order No. 438, Widow.Forney ..... .-2 00
" No. 439, Mary Forney 200
" No. 485, Widow Forney 200
" No. 486, Mary Forney 200
" No. 641, 'Widow Foray 200
" No. 642, Mary Forney 200
" No. 887, Widow Forney..., • ..... 200
" No. 6.88, Mary Forney 200
" No. 622, Aaron Bombaugh.... 98 00 "
" No. 678, T. H. 'Wilton ~. 500
" No. 625, John Raynor . 10 75
" No. 629, Jotui &Igor 45 52
" No. 533, John Roysor 350
No. 630, Miman .... 72 72
N 0.510, Michael Verges.., ...... 200
" No. 507, Thorium , Eferod .. ... 200
" No. 496, Samuel Gaiberich 200
' N 0..-48 8; Julian Wa1b0rn........ 200
ti No. 805, Thomas Her0d.,........ 200
No. 528, Joseph - Clark 87 80
N 0.521, Joseph Clark 14 88
• $314 17
By Credit allowed John Care, Esq., present, •
Treasurer for the amount of Hist item
charged against him on debtor side bf t his
mordunt, said account not yet paid him by
the late Treasurer, in consequence of adiftl
cult), existing between him and the Board of
Directors of the House of Employment, of -
which 'house said Illrecrirti have the control
and direction ....... 663 Al
CoMmissioners allowed Treasurer, to wit
On receiving $127,44 of 1 percent 16 93
On paying $138,17 .25, ,14 of.l per tipht..46 06
We, the undersigned, Ar.ditors of the county of Dau
phin, pennsylvania, elected, appointed,smorn, and af
firmed according to law, report : that we met, did audit,
settle and adjust, according to law, the foregoing ac
count of John Care,Esq., Treasurer of the ' county of
Dauphin,:Pelmaylvaiai and ex,ottlnto Treasurer of the
Donee for the Employment and Support. of the Poor in
the county. of Dauphin, la account with the said county,
for the use of the House, of Employment aforesaid,.
commencing January 2,1860, and ending. December 31,-
1660, and that the account as above stated is correct,. as
entered In Settlement Book.A. of said House Of Employ
ment, kept in the Commissioners. Office of the county
aforesaid, and that we nod a ;balance due the Treasurer
aforesaid, the sum of Seventy eight dollars and thirteen
In testimony whereof, we have hereunto set our
hands at Harrisburg, this eleventh day of January, 1861.
J. P. lOMERFORI),
Auditors of the County of Dauphin.
ferissr : JOSIPII &fru"
Clerk to County Aditors.
Statenapa f .the Receipts and ./grjeenaleree of the
House .of to uncut and support e the Poor of
• the aunty of Dderldn.
Aibblldipss .27 84
8V•37 ' . •
Burling'lll...: . ...... .. . • / o ' oo
Pa o o o
BO*" • • 90
.......... 16 00
fttat riding flu.
Having proeured - i3team Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every
description, cheaper that it can be done at any other ea
tahlishmentin the country.
RAMS OF ADVEE.TIBIEE.
IfiF•Four lines or less constitute one-half square. Ete
lines or more than four constitute a square.
Half Square. one day ..... ...
one Week— .
" three months
44 six months--
One Square one day ..
' 4 ono week 2 00
one month . S 00
.. three months 6 00
" eLt months.— 800
one yearlo 00
ggrEtudness notices inserted In the Loral column, or
before Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CRNTS PER I.MOB
or each insertion.
,Marriages ead Deaths to be charged as regular
Beef ..... ...
Costa In Snits
Costs on Arbitration
Qupentors , work
Cows - .
.. ~ ...... ........ . 116 60
Cattle 404 28
Conyeying.Paupers.......... „ ..... . 122 60
Threctors and Clerks, extra for settlement...... 20 00
Due Br. Mellinger . 10 09
Expenses to Trevorton
fitting Pump....... ..
Farming Implements .
Groceries. ..... .......
Harvesting . ......
Hay, &c., (1 859 ,)
Hata and Caps
Hardware and Tinware
Horses and Cattle
Inning orders for removal of Paupers
Making Shoes .... • • •
Medical Attendance (out-door Pauper's,)...
Printing ' ........ 185 50
Postage, Stationery, •te 26 78
[ Repairing C10ck......... • • . • • • • • • .......... • • 2 59
I Repairs at Mills • • ell 25
Road Tax. ... 2A 09
Bayport of out-door Paupers —• . :.• , ... ...... 980 59
Serving Subpoena ............ 3 17
I Shoats ........ 17 00
i Shop-work and Toll 6 73
1 Surgery 106 09
Support of Paupers in other Counties. ...... ... 144 36
Shoes 59 00
Support of Paupers in the Asylum 2210 45
Traveling Expeuses 108 25
1 Tax on Property 4 45
Wheat.... 1855 40
Wagon ork 27 68
David Fleming, Esq., Atternare salary one year. 4 0 0 0
Brown, Steward's 152 00
Caslow, Clerk, salary six months.. .
J. W. Franti, Clerk, salary two months
Dr. Nish, Physician, salary one year...
Salary due John Raysor from lbreS
John Niers, attending Sick, and as Clerk
Amount of Orders issued ..... ........
PRODUCE OP FARM.
642 Bushels of Wheat $1 10 ... 4498 20
1,187 44 Oats 30.......... 360 10
350 4 4 Potatoes 50.......... 176 00
226 44 Turnips.. .... 28 55 26
1,92644 Corn in Bars.... 30.... 677 60
84 44 Onionii. ....... 75.. _ ...... 25 50
24 " Red Bee ts 40 10 00
31 44 Ryo 120
3,835 Heads of Cabbage.... —.. 03_ _ ... , _ 109 05
1,468 Pounds of Batter 16 232 98
Lard . 12 87 84
1; 518 " Veal 052 44 Tall 8
ow . 09 94 88
C 7 3 /2
82% . Calf Hides...... 08 882
11741 44 Beef .. 06 . ... 704 48
1,464 44 Hides 05 ........ 90 97
4,403 44 Pork . ... 308 21
48 Loads of Hay............ 12 00.... . ..... 578 00
MANUFACTURED IN THE HOME.
31 pair of men's shoes, 34 pair of women's shoes, 22
pair of children's shoes, 50 pair of men's Paotaloon s, 20
pair of boys' pants, 167 shirts, 98 chernisel, 5 undershirts,
48 pair of stockings, 31 roundabouts, 36 vests, 23 :pair or
winter pantaloons, 49 women's dresses, 87 aprons, 27
children's frocks, Si sacks, 27 women's aprons, 36 sheets,
18 comforts, 21' chaff-bags, 31 oolsters, 2 quilts, 48 pillow
slips, 246 pounds hard' soap, 14 barrels sort soap, 75,000
bushels of lime burned
PROCEEDS OF THE MILL,
from the Ist of January, 1660, to the Ist of January,
TOLL GRAIN AND FLOUR ORLNDINO, PER MONTH.
January ........ ' $163 09
February . ......... ............ .............. 165 90
March 163 61
April ............:........... ..... ..... ...... 160 04
May......... 166 96
June .... 75 42
August .... SO 93
September ....... ....... ..... 97 92
October 117 44
December .......... . ....... . . .. . . : . .' . . ..: . . . : . . . .. ..
1.2 B 1 "
Income in full for 1860
DIED DURING TIER TEAR_
Henry Holsinger, (banged,) Fred Sh feler, Chas. Hous
man, Frank Singer, three children (burled in one coffin,)
SallieFfnley Benjamin Minnick, Lucindallaul's
child (colored,) Black Jack, Mary Barnes (colored,) Su
san Snowden (colored,) Mary Riley, a colored babe, An
n,. Jones (colored.) Harriet A. Davis (celored,) John
Losley, Margaret Rape, Joseph Forney, Patriot licHown,
Ellen Scale's child, Lucinda Zimmerman's child, John
Bell's child, two babes (buried In one coffin, a babe (col.
ored.)—Whole number, 24.
LIST OF COMF.RS AND GOERS.
January 243, Feb'y 248, March 267, April 169, May 189,
June 272, July 123, August 109, September 109, October
113, November 222, December24B. Total, 2366.95 Ameri
cana, 2,261 Foreigners.
CASH RECEIVED AND PAID OCT BY THE STEWARD.
C.tali paid into the Treasury.. 812 48
Cash rec , d for Boarding Paupers, pd. Into 7 reas'y. 38 00
" Logs 800
* ............ - 600
" Boarding Paupers ~. 35 40
Lime 45 00
" Pasture 10 00
" Boarding Paupers
IC Li me
Attest : J. W. Fit.tairz, Clerk. -
A.PPOINTHENTS BY THE DIRECTORS, FOR THE
Hoary Brown, Steward ; Dr. George F. Milk, Phyal
'ciao ; David Mumma, Attorney ; John F. Peek, Hiller
J. W. Frantz, Clerk. .
. JOHN RAXSOR,
Directors or the Poor.
Attest : J. W. FRANTZ, Clk.
113 947 75
91.11 E SUBSCRIBERS offer at Private
11 Sale 21 Eight Wheeled Box Freight Cars in good.
running order• Horses, 2 males, 6 One Horse wa gon} ,
and Harness, 1 large Spring Wagon, I Complete Stone
Truck Wagon, 1 Two Horse Carriage, 2 Frami- Stables,
abOut 400 Two Bushel lines, 700 Tons of Lykene Valley
Coal, 58 Sacks of salt, 2 Small Eire Proof a large
amount of Office Furniture, and prOperty connected with
the forwarding bushiesij,„,together with an extensive
Rectifying apparatus in:eUmPlete order..
Also, the undivided half part o f Isb ems of Coal lands
shuttle in the Short Mountain, Its Lykens Valley, Dauphin
min ty, near Gratztowt4 the veins of Coal well developed.
Application to be made to the undersigned before the
first day of March, 1801.
A. O. WESTER,
C: F. /WENCH,
Assignees. of John Wallower kSon
. . .
T IKENS' VALLEY NUT COAL.!—For
atilnat 412 ,00. per ton.
sir ;AIL - COAL DELIVERED BY PATEN 2
_ - W2i704 CART&
JAMES M. WHEELER.
jar Opal dewed frOin both yards. Rovri
ORANGES .AN.O .LEMONS.
VORTY BOOS in prime'iirder just re.
ooved Eiiia for sale by
Irv. noon ac & CO.