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Saturday Afternoou, March 2, 1861.
MASONIC GRAND Lonoi—The quatterly Des
sion of the Grand Lodge of A. Y. M. of Penn.
Sylvania, will be hold on Monday evening
next, at the Masonic) Hall, in Chestnut street,
Philadelphia city. • -
PLOVOICING.—The weather has been so warm
and pleasant tor two days, and the frost being
out of the ground, the farmers have taken
time by the lore lock and commenced plough
ing. The roads, under the influence of the
warm sun, are again in traveling oonditicin.
ANPVIATXD. —Mr. Myers, of Carlisle, whose
injury on the railroad at Mechauloaburg we no.
tioed at the time it occurred,. found it !woes-
Nary to have 'his foot amputated a few days
ago, and is now doing well. He was fortunate
in esoapitig without greater injury.
Tu WIEMIT Pnossmr.—The present season is
said by these whose interest it is to keep ad
vised in such matters, to be an exceedingly fa
vorable one for the growth of the wheat crop.
So far as we have heard, the
throughout the county, and indeed throughout
theBtate, present a very flourishing appearance.
likaWh l gA 2l o ll 4—We have been reliably inform
ed thatpe article in relation to the grading of
Sixth -street, and the contract made with Mr. .
PqMs4, misrepresented the facts. The mem
bers of Council have faithfully fulfilled the
contract made with Mr. Powell, and have
acted as liberally with him as they would have
done with any other person. If Mr. Powell
stops the work he does so on his own responsi
LITIMART Branzattatsm—Col. James Wor
rell, of this city, hes kindly consented to read
to our citizens a Lecture recently delivered,
in Boston, by Rev. Alexander G. Mercer of
Pennsylvania, on Monday evening, In the Hall
of the House. .The Lecture is one of the
most eloquent, philosophical and instructive
that hits been delivered on the Cries. It will
welt repay any one to attend, as the reader is
a gentleman of line rhetorical attainments and
the Leotnre is of a superior order.
GOAZ WABIMIGTON.-A number of our cit
hrep,have gone to Washington to witness the
ceremonies attendant upon the inauguration of
President Lincoln. If there is any pleasure in
being in'a jam, and being deprived for twenty
four hours at least of the opportunity of either
eating or sleeping, they will have it to their
heart's content. oaentlemen direct from 'the
Poideral Capital inform us that the city is al
retdrfull to overflowing, and that thousands
of-people will fail to obtain accommodations.
VIOLATION ON AN OBDINANON. The Chief of
Pollee yesterday made information before the
Mayor 'against the officers of the Cumberland
Villeiltatiroad Company for - non-compliance
vriqt the Ordinance which requires them to
keep Sag men stationed at the Second and Third
street crosslags while trains are passing. - A
similar complaint was made some months ago,
but the Company appealed the case to Court,
and nothing has been heard of it since. The
City ISOlicitor is censured in this matter, wheth
er justly or unjustly we do not know. The or
dinance is a proper one, andlbe public
requires that the Railroad COmpany should be
compelled to comply with it
AN ALLEM TO PANVIINT COLLISIONS ON RAIL.
*ears.—A gentleinan in Pittsburg has invented
an apparatus f.e. this purpose which is pro
nounced to be feasible by some who have ex
amine I it. It comprises bells located'on every
engine in front and at the rear to which are at
tached springs resting Upon a wheel which
runs in a tribe laid in the centre of the track
between the rails, and a ball of from two to
threA inches 1n diameter to run ahead of every
engine, which ball.trili be propelled by contact
with said springs and will be kept in advance
of the engine from half a mile to two miles in
proportion to the momentum given by!the
speed cif theengine. At every switch and at'
every road or street crossing alarm bells, to be
rung by springs there stationed and to be ope,
rated upon by the balls, are to be ate tioned—
and on every switch and siding separate balls
arett?„,lorin, readiness for each movement by
engl4 2 froin the main track. The tubing is
to beeo "constructed as to secure ample drain
age and shelter to prevent incumbranne by
snow or otherwise. We are not sufficiently
expert to commend this invention as feasible.
But as the inventor has taken the necessary
step i to secure a decision upon ihis point,• and
to protect his own righta in the matter, the
question will soon be settled.
goggaggo sox cos Lavrms.—A prominent
miptie Of the legal profession is of the opin
ion lilt •the following extract from Judge
gbariwwd'a legal Ethics would be "of great
pertinence if published here at this time:—
"Scarcely a session of our Legislature passes
withoui rash and ill-considered alterations in
the civil code, vitally affecting private rights ,
sad relations. Such laws are frequently urged
by'rfien having causes pending, who dire not
boldly ask that slaw should be made for their
paiticular case, but who do not hesitate to im-
RCM . upon the Legislature by plausible - ergo
agents, the adoptirm of some general rule,
which, by a retrospective constructkm, will
have tip same operation. It is a most mon
iffroasiiraotice, which' lawyers are bound by figt
tOri of their oath of office, and by a coniptehen
sive view of their duty to the Constitution and
laws, which they bear so large a part as , well in
making as administering, to discountenance
and prevent. It is to be feared that sometimes
it is the counsel of the party who recommends
and carefully frames the bill, which, when en
artjed into a law, is legitimately tr. decide the
calm. It is time that resort to such a measure
should be regarded in public estimation as
flagrazO,caivof professional_ in fi delity and mis
nis CITY HOSPITAL last night contained nine
lodgers, the most dilapidated specimens of hu
manity we have met with for a long time.
This morning the Mayor nucaged the party
and ordered them to leave the city.
Nommen Osamu, Itumtosu Banxts.—The
work of constwstAng•the portion of thel,bridge
of this roadfover:the•Susquehanna above Har
risburg, Is 'rapidly progressing, and will be
comPleted : * It short tine. It is worthy of
note that serious interruption to the busi
ness of the Niiithern Central has been caused
by this accident. •
Ftnizsatbirlitt:Wrizorr.—The funeral of the
late Thomas L. Wilson, whose death we an
,nounceeoll Thursday, will take place .to-mor
row afternoon atihree , o'clock: By request of
the family the Cameron Guard will not putt.
cipate lir the funeral ebsequies, but we presume
:the oidioldiers will be in attendanCe, 'to pay
the last sad tribute of respect to the memory
of their former companion-in-arms.
FLAG RAisizio.—This afternoon a large and
beautiful American Flag was raised on a pole
one hundred feet high,' in the public square at
Mechanicsburg. Addresses Were delivered on
the occasion, and the Old Soldiers, Masons and
Odd Fellows, Fire Companies, etc., participa
ted in the ceremonies,,making a handsome die.
play. There was a large crowd of people in at
tendance, ind in every respect the demonstra
tion was creditable to the patriotism and pub
lic of the citizens o f Mechanicsburg.
Junue Yawn Ransom.—A meeting was
recently held in Williamsburg, Blair county,
of the friends of this project, at which a report
was read stating that the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company was willing to assist in building
the new improvement. The capital stock of
the Company was reduced from $300,000 to
$159,000. The road would run through a rich
agricultural region, and could be constructed
at a reguirkably low price. If is Intended to
take the place of the present canal between
Hollidaisbnii and Petersburg.,
To Emmaus sup GABDINEBB.—We learn from
Washington that the distribution of sheds and
plants intended for the North and West, will be
comrhenoed next week. The Southern and se
ceded States have already had their share.—
Far mere andgardeners who wish to change their
garden seeds, shoutif write 'to the Representa
tive of their district in Congress immediately,
so that the orders may reach the Patent Office
before the 4th of March. These seeds are said
to be the finest, and to .: contain a far greater
variety than ever before issued from the Pa
tent Office. Hence it is of the utmost import
ance to the whole country to hata them reach
farmers and others before they select their
spring seeds. '
Fear Darvzsa.--Several young men were be
fore the Mayor this morning charged with vio
lating the ordinance prohibiting rapid and
reckless 'driving. within the city limits.: They
were fined as follows:. Frank Murray andHo
bert VArmand each one dollar and costs ; Ellis
Lewis Eck and Edward Hought one dollar fine,
and costs amounting to $2 60 each. Jacob H.'
Ross, being an old offender, was put through to
the full extent of the lavi, the fine and costs
amounting to about ten dollars. The last
named individuaranumr - w praciace-orcoirreni
ing our public thoroughfares into a trotting
course to show 'off the superior qualities of his
"fast nag," frequently endangering_the lives
and limbs of pedestrians; and'the Chief of Po
lice deserves the,thanks of the community for
enforcing the law agairist him.
SUFPRIENION or Fonavan Turzso.—The bill
for the suppression of fortune telling, et cetera;
has passed the House of Representatives, and
will no doubt go through the Renate. It -pro
vides that'any mson 'who, shall pretend, for
gain or lucre; to predict future events by cards,
tokens, the inspection of the head or hands of
any person, or by any one's age, or consulting
the movements of the heavenly bodies; or who
shall pretend, for gain or lucre, to effect any
purpose by spells, charms, necromancy or in
cantation, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
punishable by any Court of Quarter Sessions
in this Commonwealth, with fine and imprison
ment. The first offence shall be punished with
not more than two years imprisonment, nor
less than fifteen ,days, and a fine of not more
than $lOO nor less than $10; the second offence
with any term of imprisonment and fine ex
ceeding the above that -the Court may deem
proper. That any person or persons who shall
adils6 the takingor administering of what
are commonly called love powders, or potion,
or who shall prepare the same to be taken or
administered, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and shall be punished as above provided.
Tess PLANTING.—The season of the year IS
now approaching when those, in town and
country, who wish to 'set out shade. or fruit
trees should make arrangements to have it at
tended to. There is no more economical way of
beatitifylog one's preMises—arel We may also say
of adding valie to them—thattby planting •trees
that afford pleasant shade or yield fine fruit.—
How much the value of a farm is increased, to
say nothing of the domfort, by this mearui. , =.
Compare the farm-house that sits emboeomed
in refreshing shide and fragrant shrubbery,
with the one that stands bare and exposed to,
the full glare of the noonday sun. We need.
not tell oar readers that everybody prefers the:
former to the latter. And then how necessary
to howls few 'nice shade trees scattered about
the pasture-fields, beneath which the lowing
herd can recline Wherk the sun is too warm for
them to crop the: herbage. Cattle thus pro
tected are kept in better condition than those
which are constantly exposed to the heat of the
day. Who does not want a fine orchard on his
farm, or a few choice fruit trees around his
dwelling ? In the old world much greater at:
tention is paid to tree-planting than here. In
some aituitiki of ErOpe the authorities of the
towns cause beautiful trees to be planted along
both sides of the public highway, and a taveler
may joeiney for mffes beheath the most deli
dons shade. Then again almost every town
has its shady square, arid - each city its extensive
paw How good, an , anunple, for the people
Pmnspluania Philp etlegrap4, Oaturbap 'Afternoon, Mardi 2, 1861.
FATAL RAILUOAD Aconnarr.—A man named
Whittaker was run over last night, on the
Pennsylvania Railroad, near the Wire Bridge,
and instantly killed, a car passing over his neck,
severing the head from the body.
Pvr Tula Tnaousur.—Vire learn that the po
lice are preparing to make a descent upon two
or three 'institutions in this city which are
nightly frequented by young girls and married
women. If successful' in crushing out these
iniquitous dens, the officers will deserve the
thanks of all Moral and virtuous citizens.
DRINK lass wrrn YOUR ,Ma is.—Many men
have relieved themselves of dyspepsia by not
drinking, even water, during meals. No ani
mal; 'eicept man, ever drinks in connection
with b'is food. Man ought not to. Try this,
dyspeptics, and yon will not wash down me
chanically what ought to be masticated and
ensalivated before it is swallowed:
HARRISBURG CITY PASMIGRIL RAILROAD.—The
following bill was recently read , in place in the
Houle of Representatives 'by Dr. Heck, and
subsequently reported by the committee, with
an affirmative recoMmendation. We publish
the bill entire for the information of our local
readers. No doubt it will pass both Houses
and become a law; but whether the contem
plated road will ever be built remains to be
seen. With the present population' and busi
ness of the city, the investment in such an en
terprise would not pay expenses
Sonion L Be it enacted, Spa., That A. 0. Hies
ter, A. Boyd. Hamilton, John H. Berryhlll,
W. K. Verbeke, A. J. Jones,David Mumma,
John C. M'Allister, John Rel, J. W. Jones,
Leander N. Ott, John A. Smull, George W.
M'Calla, R. L. Muench, Lewis Heck, J. B.
Boyd, and such others as may be associated
with them, their heirs and assigns, are hereby
constituted a body . corDorate by the name and
style and title of the "Harrisburg City‘Fassen
ger Railroad Company," and as such shall have
power to lay out and construct one or more
railways with double or single tracks with turn
outs, commencing in the Market Square in the
city of Harrisburg, and extending to any point
Within said city, for which purpose they - are
hereby authorized to occupy any of the streets
of said city now opened and which shall here
after be opened, with the privilege of extend
ing the same to John Q. M'Allister's stone
house in Susquehanna township, inthe county of
Dauphin, with single track and turnouts, con
structed upon the bed of the turnpike running
along the east bank of the Surquefianna river;
or upon any other public road now opened or
which may hereafter be opened between said
points, and the said Cothpahy shall have power
to convey passengers and!all kinds of produce
over said routes, and they shall have the right
to purchase real estate and erect thereon such
buildings and improvenients as may be neces
sary or deemed expedient for the,purposes and
convenience of said comrany, and =also to pur
chase the necessary equipments; such as homes;
cars and other vehicles for the conveyance of
passengers or produce over said railways.
Sac. 2. That the capital stock of said com
pany shall consist of three thousand shares at
twenty-five dollars each : Provided, That said
company shall have power, by a vote of the
stockholders convened for that purpose, to in
crease their capital - stock as much as in their
opinion shall or may be necessary to _carry out
the full and true intent and meaningof this act:
Andprovidedfurther, That said nompany shall I
have power to issue certificates Of stock to each
of the stockholders, with conpons attached, I
each of which shall entitle_the. holder to one
passage over said rogid; — ftie Witnr-trciu ,
which coupons shall in the aggregate amotult
to sufficient to pay six per cent. 0n...)311, amok
aa ' a
Swum 3. That dividends of so much 6f the
profits of said company as shall appear advisa
ble to the directors, shall be declared in the
months of January and July in each and every
year, to be paid at any time after ten days
from the time of declaring the same. Provided,
That said company shall have credit from all
stockholders who have used their coupons . , 'as
proVided in section second of this Act, to the
extent to which the same were used, and the
amount of the same to be deducted froth the
dividends due stich.stockholders.
gEOTION 4. That said company shall have a
common seal, and the same to alter and renew
at pleasure, and also to ordain, establish and
put in execution, such by-laws, ordinances and
regulations as shall appear necessary or conve
nient for the kovernment of said corporation,
and not being contrary to the laws and Consti
tution of the United States or of Ws Cornmon
wealth, and generally to do for the well being
of the said corporation and the due ordering
and managing of the affairs thereof;
Surma 5. That the said company shall
have power to elect or appoint a President and
five directors, a majority of whom, with the
President, shall be citizens of Dauphin county,
and such other officers as may. be deemed ne•
cessary and expedient ; and in every election
for officers each share of stock shall entitle the
holder to one vote.
Sums 6. That said company shall have
power to raise on bonds any sum not 'exceeding
one-half of their capital stock, for the purpose
of carrying out the true intent of this Act.—
Provided, That no bonds shall he leaned for a
less sum than one hundred dollars, and at a
rate of Interest not exceeding seven per cent.
Isroamanos.—Kind reader, we are entrusted
with a delicate commission, which we know
not how to broach to -you; except by Dimple
proposal. Will you forgive our abrupt brevity,
if we inform you, ,without farther oreface, that
Mum cheap =Dry: Goodi Store- is
at the South 'East corner of FrOnt and Market
streets? 2t t
Mumuss l Miami; I Titania 1,-1000 yards
of the very best unbleacheiblifunlin 6 10 cents;
400 yards of beautiful bliaahed Muslin, 10
cents ; 2000 yards of the best king cloth Mus
lin, 12} cents, which I will sell by the piece at
Ili cents; 2000 yards of remnant of Calico
De_Laine, to be sold very cheap ; remnants of
colored Silk, choap ; De Lanes and othei dress
goods at cost; Brodie Shawls and other Shawls
at cost; Caasimere for pants; Black Cloth,
Cassinetta, and a large lot of pants_ stuff at
cost ; a splendid assortment of Cembrics, Um
netts, Calabria ligindi,Hematiciad Ilandker.
I chiefs, which I will sell at auction prices; white
and colored Flannelnt cost. For , cheap goodis
call at S. Lawn's, Rhoads' old cornet t
OFFERS his seriCiti to the citizens of
Harrisburg and its . He solicits a share of
the public patronage, and gives assurance that tds.beet
endeavors shall beeves' to render satisfaction in his pro.
ression. Being an old; well tried dentist, be feels safe in
writing the public generally to call on him, assuring
hem that they will not be diasatisiled with his services
Moo No. / 23 Markel street, in the amuse formerly cc
gi by .lacolat.-Eby, near the Vaned Mates Hotel,
glifilillrifr Pa. ' ' 101144: ,
DR. T. J. MILES;
Couans.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience having proved that simple reme•
dies often act speedily and certainly when taken in the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
had to "Brown's Bronchial Troches,n or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough or irritation of the Throat be ever so
slight, as by this precautimaa more serious attack may
be warded off. Public Speakers and Singers will find
them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice.
See advertisement. aein-a-awawsm
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astonishing suooess in the cure of erysipelas, king's evil,
ring worin, ticSrvy,'eciefulous eruptions, and all inflain
oratory diseases cf the skin. Other preparations may
afford a temporary relief, but the combined action o
these remedies will by their detergent and purifying
properties effect a radical cure in the blood and system.
Sold by all Druggists, at 250., 82c. and $1 per box or
WOOD'S Haig llessoßaTlVE.—Among all
preparations for the hair that have been introduced as
infallible, none has ever given the satisfaction or gained
the popularity_that Prof. WOOd , s Ralf Restorativenow
has. lifs.Restorative has passed the ordeal of Mourner.
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find,'wkerever they haie tested it , pronounce it a peer
lowlartinlez_. They end, 'where the hair is thinned, th at
It efe'atis fresh groVith—that it fully restores the ye.
getatlve power of the roots on the denuded places, and
causes the fibres to shoot forth anew—that- tt , dissolves
and removes dandruff, prevents grayness; restores the
hair to Its original color when graynesa hasitettmlly su
pervened, gives a tich lustre, imparts the,soiffness and
ilexibliity of el lk to the hair, and keeps it alWaYs Marl
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Sold by all respectable Druggists dew lm
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. OHRESMAN'S PILLS,
Prepared by„o3rnellus L. Cheeftmtuk, M. D.,
,RMN YORK CITY.
A combination , of -ingredients , in these
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T ey re Within their 'operation*, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painfundenstinations, removing all ob.
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pain in.the side, palpitation of the heart, whitee, all ner
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limbs, Am; disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
Ta MARRIED LADIES,
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on the monthly period with regularity. Ladles who have
been disappeinted in the use of other Pills can place the
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they represent to do
There is onaconalion of 04 female system. in which the
Pas - cannot be taken , hout.producing a PECULIAR
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nature cannot Tsetse it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
Injurious. Explicit directions,- -which should be read, ac
companyeach box. Price 4.1. Sent by mailon enclosing
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14 Broadway, New York,
o whom all Wholesale orders should be caldr.,wd.
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OR BURNING SORIN,AND ERUP
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Mitt Ointment bears no resemblance to ..ty other ex
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t penetrates to the bans' of the disease—goes to Its
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%Other outtmrd.applicationt.for Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
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currot qihle internal inidadtas: '-r
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Since its first introduclion, the properties or the Oint
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hat utterly defied the best medical skill in the country,
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GERRIT NORTON, Chemlst, Proprietor, New York,
wamessts D BPOT sr
PENFOLD, PARKER k MOWER
Wholesale Druggists, lb Beckman. st., fi,l.
Gold by Glo.lhtensea, Harrisburg, Pa.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMIDYi
IBM JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a .Prescriplifnkof Sir J. Clarke, X. D.,
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moves all obstruitioni, and speedy cure may be
TO MARRIED LADIES.
it le peculiarly suited. B. will, in a 'Mort timer bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
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"hue Pl:itoghoidet twe be taken byltemaks *ring the
Pilt4T TIIII010.1 4 771(Sqf Prtgnaticy, asittwartnire
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though a pewerful remedy, do not co ntain iren; Calotnel,
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rill directions in the pamphlet around each package,
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N. 8.—51.00 andllpostage 81=0 . enclosed. to any ant
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jar ash by 0. Biguiugg. • 131 duwly . •
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make known to Ids fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
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preparing and•asing the same, which they find a
sure cure flu Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &o. The
only object of theadverdser In sending the Prescription
prto benefit the &atonal, end:Ben:ed. information which
he conceives to be' nvaluable and he hopes every suf
ferer wi ll try his remedy, gait mill cost them nothing;
and may,proye a biasing. -•- • .•
Parties wishingthe prosoriptionwill please address
- ' RBV.',BDWARD A. WILSON,
" 'Rags county, New 'York.
EATOMIDOE'S HAIR DYE!
SPLENDID, DIM hits .iio
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signed "W. A. Batchelor !?: Bold everywhere. •
CHAS. ,BATCHELOR, pet, 'Nroprietor.
81 Barclay Streew York
mrlll dimly .
SPALDING'S PEIRAIIND °Luz is designed for
roPtirbig furniture in all cased where cabinet-makers'
glue le used. It is excellent Or mending books, refit*
ening the:loosened Mimi and covert qdlokly and thinly:
It is pit dp Ilia bottle or g'ium glue-pot, With s brunt";
nd will beco me indispeessele to the housekeeper.
RS WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
for children teething, and SPALDING'S CB FRAUD
ILLS for headache. A fresh supply received at EEL. A I
LEA'S DRCE STORE, where you can purchase 11l the
saleable Patent Medicines of the day.
91 Market street,
two doors east of Fourth street, south side.
APPLES! APPLES! !
500 J B tt ' st ß rec it el l Ar o o f ca e superior YoricSeterf L or E si
at lowest cash price; by
febll . JAMES N. WHEELER.
FOR RENT.—The Tavern Stand on
Ridge Road, now occupied by Samuel W. Roberta is
offered for rent from the let of April next. Enquire of
feb9-dtf MRS. B(MTGEN, No. 80, Fourth Street.
HE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
ing between lIRICH & OOMPBETHWAFF, in the
ereantile business, has this day been dissolved by mu
tual consent. All claims against said firm, and all debts
owing to the mine wt.l be presented for settlement and
paid to lIRICH a: BOWMAN, who are authorised to settle
up the business of the concern, and who will continue
business at the old stand, corner of Front and Market
street. DANML lIRICH,
feta THOMAS R. ODWPKRTHWAIT.
- STORE ROOM FOR RENT:
rpIIE STORE ROOM next to the Court
ji Noose, late in the occupancy of Mr. Glover. Pos
session given on the Zest of.april. Enquire of
jan27-t P. WYMTIL
STATE CAPITAL BANK.
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO.
CORNER SECOND AND WALE - 07 MB.,
H AR•RIB BURG, PENN.
Consumers of Coal Take Notice 1
COAL DELIVERED TO AN?' FART OF TEX CITY
LIMITS BY 27113 PATENS WEIGH CARTS, AI
THE NOLLOW(NO LOW RATES, FOR
LYKEROB .VALILZY NIT; COAL, at $2 00 per ton.
EtKALL EGG Coe, at $2 90 per ton.
LARGE Eel " at $2 90 per ton
13noxszr at $2 90 per to°
1311.1Miltli COAL WIDIEBRAIIMB STILMIONP, $3 00.
, t Balms, $B . OO.
St it st EGO, $8 00.
14 4i ' dt Nu; $2 28.
Beate Tor. Cm. (for Smith's use) 32% cords a bushel.
2,500 bushels oAss for sale at lowest cash prices.
A large lot of superior HICKORY AND OAK WOOD, for
sale at the lowest rates.
agent for Dtko Bun and Bleating Powder, for sale
at Manulacturees prices.
Coal delivered from both yards, at above rates, by
Agent Weigh Carts, which are certified to by the Beater
of Weights' and Measures.
tirEverY-voneamer will Please weigh their Coal on
delivery, and if it fall short 10 znutuit; /wit/ forfri the
Coal. . . „
A. large, full and complete stook of the best kinds' of
Coal, always will be found on band.
j29-1m JAMISS M. WHEELER.
THE first Annual Meeting ofttet:Harria
buri Cora Exchange rumination will b e held at
AWIT'S EIIROPZIN HOTEL, On MONDAY, the 4th day or
MArch t .lB6l, at 10 o'clock a. m. Punctual attendance of
all the members is requested. as a great deal of 'highly
Important business will be transacted.
• JOHN WALLOWHP.,
A CONTROLLING ELEMENT OF NA
-11 TIONALITY is the system of education in a coun
try. "In proportion as the structure of a government
gives force to public opinion, thatublic opinion should
be enlightened."—W~on's b7xraoeU4doresr. ‘To
this end tho people in general should be educated into a
correct and familiar acquaintinha with the. natu -
the system of Government of the Country, drc, A MANU
, L FOR SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES AND POPULAR USE,"
is a work which, with proper historical notices, gives
the construction of the provisions of the Constitution of
the United States and of those of .the several States, as
determined by judicial authority, or derived from stand: ,
and writers, Including, some references to administrative,
wa and practice; so as to show the actual working of our'
general system of GovernmenL It is free from specula.
rive opinions, conservative in its tendency, and calculated
to cultivate the love of our country. It has been used
to a considerable extent, in the EDUCATION OF YOUTH
in different states, and is recommended by Jurists,
Statesmen and Presideats, and Professors of Colleges.—
'Price SlOO. Scold by . M. IPICINNEY,
del . -Harrisburg, Pa.
WHO 'HAVE any Affection of the
Lungs or Throat, or Chronic Diseases and wish
to be cured should consult Da. Sumas; who has had
many years expedience in different sections ot the
UHT= &MS and Ostrens i and has curedcases which
had been treated without benefit by what are esteemed
the best PHYSICIANS hi the Mao!.
He has been In Harrisburg fdr many months and has
restored to health, it:meads who had expended hundreds
of dollars with Physicians Ind' Patent Medicines. He
can refer to some of the best &rattles in Harrisburg and
can give the names of persona thncity and near ly - all
parts of the State, whom hahas cured of anon; every
He does not profess to cure all diseases after the Man
ner or some advertising guackh but will give a candid
opinion in regard to curability after examination. The
medicines or Dr: s.are vegetable, and derived from more
than a hundred sources while traveling. In Luau and
Ilisasx Massa he has had great success by means of
his CARBON Cues which may be taken by the Stomach
Beware of Calm and the Throat Burnera of .the old
- In Clom runrrsos FICHAIJE3 his success has been• re
markable, and he hap. cured affeettons of the Esz and
gan said to be incurable. ,
Dr. STEWART solicits cases of the following, given up by
Nsonnots, Manta Tuns, Sonortn.s,
acmes, Lusa Costmuttr, SWICLIZD
Seurat Dimmer, .DIMPST, Feaw Q Frei,
Darya's Disuses; Dramas, Guam.
Guitars retnovedby anew remedy procuredin Canada.
When so requested Dr. 137V1/477.T Will patients at
their residence. ,
In regard to qualifications Dr. B. refers to Professors
Panceast, Dunglison and Meigs, of Philadelphia. He also
begs leave to refer to Senators Chase and Pugh, and Hon.
Thomas Corwin, of Ohio.
Patients or their friends should Gall at the Bum=
from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Letters promptly attended to
FOR RENT.--TRE DWELLING PART
of the FOUR STORY BRICK. HOUSE No. 93 Market
street. Possession given on the Ist of April next. For
particulars enquire,of [lar& ] J. B. SIMON.
A - xTELSR, BROTHER'S OLD RESERVE
YY y WINE fell bodied and fruity. In ante and for
aide by - JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
fable . 73 Market street.
SSTORAGE ! STORAGE 1 !
TORAGE received at Warehouse
JAMES M. WHEELER
MY WIFE . ELIZA having without canee
left my bed end board, Ido hereby warn' the
public against giving her credit as I will pay no debts
contracted by her._ JACOB OKYNAN;
19-310: ' Dauphin, Dauphin County.
1-persons indebted - Jo the estate of
Daniel Ithoadii, Assignor, are hereby notified to call
Ago" the Assignee and make settlement oa or before
Wednesday the 20th M March, as after that day , the
books will be placed in the bands of A. J. Herr, Esq., for
- EBY BYERS,
'Assignee of D. YthOada
A FRESH AND COMPLETE assortmentjut radial and fir sato by
• 2 0 A5M1 - WM. *lcgkoa,
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS.
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. Z.l3lllERllitli &
TO. 52 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
IA Pa., opposite HERR'S Hoar . and adjoin, ing the
EITROPICAN Homc, having porcbaied the stook E. P
Jennings, and added a large assortment of NEWUW
ELRY, we will sell the same at the lowest cash price, and
Watches, CloCks and Jewelry neatly and promptly re..
paired and delivered.
Having disposed 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 ibr them a continuance of the patron-
age which has been so generously extended to me during
the last six years,
At the Ninth Exhibition of the Mass. Charitable
Mechanic Association, 1860,
DOSSES. OHIGIERING & SONB
THE GOLD MEDAL
POE NU EMT
GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO-FORTES;
AND TUX ONLY TANNINM,
A SILVER MEDAL,
FOR THE BEST UPPIGHT PIANOS,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF TIME PIANOS,
No. 92 ALILIWZT ST., HARIUSBIIRO.
fraUNDERSIGNED has opened his
BBIt OFFIOS corner of Third street and Black.
berry alley, near Herr s Hotel
Arao—TWO ROOMS with folding doors TO LET, suite
ble for a Lawyer's office. Possession can be hut Jame
W. F. HURRAY.
Aran—HORSES AND OARRIAGI43 to hire at the same
Cure tough, Gold , Hogriewst, Vie
w earaft any Irritation or Somas Ow
the Throat, Rams the Harking
RoNGHiA Cutlet in aonswanotio, Brow
chit, Arthtna, and `
Clear and gig • strasgth to
00\1/4 voice ef
Pew are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in its that stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield t o a mild remedy, it neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "Bp.oWhird BRONCHIAL TRUCHES,'
Select Schools for Boys and Girls.
FTRACINT STREET 4.llolrrs. LOCCIST.
THE Fall term of ROBERT IrELWEEB
School for boys, will open on the last Monday in
August. The room Is well ventilated, comfor 'ably fur.
nished, and in every respect well adapted for school
CAMS:RINK MIILWEE'S School for girls, located In
the same building' 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
Oy , ALL SIZES AND PRICES, on hand
and manufactured to order, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61. Market Street.
SHAD, No. 1,
SALMON, No. 1,
HERRING-, No. 1,
COD FISH, No. 1,
Of the above we have all the different sized package s
from the arrr to the BAREIII. in store and for sale at the
moat market rates.
FIRST CUSS GROCERIES!
ATING JUST RETURNED from the
11 stern cities where we have selected with the
GREAT= MO O. Urge and complete assortment Of su
perior goods which embrace anything kept in the best
city gramries, we re - Spectrally and cordially Invite the
public to call and examine our sleek .and amine OIIR
feb .6 WM. DOCK JR. it CO
Hascozer, DIA" .
MIHROW FAT BELTS,
Wisout PRss, to., &o
Just received sod for sale at the must Gists Plilom
• eb18 . ... WM. DUCIL JR. hrt:7o.
ONE PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
WHISKY pat received and ifor sale by
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
73 Market Street.
CITY BONDS FOR . SLAE.
nNE OR TWO CITY BONDS of $5OO
‘..1, &Wt. bearing 6 per cent. Interest, ttetnca, rare and ,
good investment: Apply,to ,
febi Sind . ' ' " W. K. VBEINKE.
r HE undersigned, DOCTOR OF DRNTAL
SURGERY has returned and roamed hispractiee
State street opposite the "Bratty House," where he
will be pleased tr attend to all who may desire hie ser
dies. . (sep27.l B. B. BILDBA
017 R . N ING GF O O,:P - 13
OF EVERY DESOMYTION.
Hoisery, Gloves, Gatmtletts, In large iiitintigel,
Great assortment of Embroideries.
Ladles Underwear, different sizes and otatifty. •
Gentlemen's do do
miesee , do ' dn do
Boys' do ' do do . 'l,
Cloths, Cassimereo, Bennetts, Jeans,
And everything for Ben and Boys wear. r •
All goods, nithout distinctiOn to style or qtlabty,
be sold at a very 'slight advance, and :less than 'east et
HOUSEI in different parts of thiv city. 'Stabling
'optnexohed tO lonia ar . PolisFesim then . th e flrbt
02. and G. G.
ALFRED F. EIRIERRNAN & 00
ELMER F. JENNINGS
Prowl4 — :i
FRANK A. MURRAY
InnOcent Ingredients, allay Polmeniry and
"That trouble in my Throat, (for which
the "TROCHES" , area oadffe) having
made me often a mere whisperer."
N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use. to Pubho
BEV. H. H. CHAPIN.
"Have proved extremely serviceable
IDIV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
"Almost instant relief In the oistratating
labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma.
REV. A. a. zaamisTati.
"Contain no Opium - Or anything infusi
ons." DR. A;A:. HAYIA
"A simple and, pleasant combination for
/ DB. G. F. BIGEAOW,
' , Beneficial in Bronchitis
BR. J. 1. W. LANE,
gq have proved • their ensitent for
REV. H. W. WARREN,
‘l3enellclal when compelled to gnaw,
sabring from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDEILSON,
"Effectual in removing }leanness and
trrttanon of the Mx", so common with
Speakers and hinter s n
ld. STACY JOHNSON,
La Grate; Ga.
Teacher of Wed% Southern
"Great benefit when taken berate and
OW preaching, aa they prevent Man&
news. Fronintheir nest effect, I tbirk they
will be of permanent silvan . le to me."
Rff.V. BOWL : '
MACKEREL, No. 1
WM. DOCK, JR. & 00
CATHCAItT Bc. BROTHER,
Next door to. the Harrisburg iiiiurk
• Markts .%ruire