Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, March 04, 1861, Image 3

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BARRIBBURG.
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Monday - Afternoon, March 4. MM.
Etc - PTY.—The Lock up was tenantless last
night, the mild weather doubtless inducing the
"vega" to "rough" it in the open air.
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FAIT Datvinek—Two cases of fast driving in
the city in violation of the ordinances, will be
heard before the Mayor tbis evening.
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Wun Dtlo/o.—Theflusquehanna for the last
few days has been teeming with wild ducks to
the great delight of our sportsmen who "bag"
a number of them daily.
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THR CITY Svavar Coroussuonms have nearly
completed their labore, and we understand 'a
plot of the city will be submitted to the Court
for approval some timeihis week.
New LooOMOTIVB.—A - 4splendid new locomo
tive came over the Readingßailroad yesterday,
destined for the Combeiland Valley Railroad.
It is named "Cal. Giber,'" after a prominent
citizen of Chambersburg.
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V BAY 111.-'-We regret to hear that Mr. . Wm.
Colder; Sr., h extremely . lll - and that very little
hope is entertained of his recovery. Mr. Colder
has been one of our most esteemed and enter- .
pitting citizens for the past forty years.
Tae SENLTZ and Representative chambers of
the Capitol just now look like "banquet balls
deserted," all the members having either gone
home or to Washington to assist at the inaugu
ration:
Bryn Cum.—Several board and timber
rafts' toti"Ti - this city, last Saturday, on the
Susquelmiims, en route for Chesapeake Bay.---
We may soon look for ad inundation of "red
shirts."
Fats 08 THE GOOD WILL FIRE CODIPANT.—The
committee of ladies who are interested in the
fair. of the Good Will Fire Company, are re
quested to meet at the store of Mr. William
Yerheke; Walnut street, at seven o'clock this
evening.
LICOTOIUI ON TN Caens.—We again remind
our readeis that Col. Worrall's reading of
.. the
Rev. Mr. Mercer's lecture on the Crisis, "Aiie
rican Citizenship its Faults and their Renie
dies," contes.offin the Rail of the Rouse of Re
presentatives this evening at half past seven.
~~~
Tan Snore of the Pennsylvania Railroad com
pany at Parkeburg are-about to -be closed, and .
their Contents removed to the new shops of
the company in this city. We rmderatand that(
a large number of the 'wor4Men conteMplite
removinijikewith their families this Spring.
Soso Tuarres.---A dilapidated looking
newooflialejoiceth in the cognomen of "Yan
kee AO*" was arrested this morning byuf
-441e/ptic":44uiiigod with stealing turkies from
a tertaiir 4 :4lMidf . ,litiller," residing near this pity.„
Yankee was s dersited in the Walnut street in
stitution:lu bbiwer the charge. . •
•Mnirinn.,-N4 ostler% that a uninblr,..of
our niefutligett ars 'tinder thit„ , lutpression that
the bill for the .sipPressiort of• fortune telling
(which inoludei a penalti for *stilling' spiri-
Ind rapping) has become - 4.1a". This is a mis-
The hes:mlk pljtised the House 04
tiePrilitetthitives, and. has not yet been acted
upon •by the Senate. •
niII FAIR for the benefit of the Good Will
Fire Company will commence is the:Exchange
building on. Wednesday, the 13th in:9%ot, and
conticiue until the Saturday evening following.
A large number of ladies have interested them
solve" in the success , of this Fair, and have
_
mannfactuted a great quantity of fancy arti
cles for sale om Hie occasion. As , the proceeds
are to be applied' o the benefit of a very de.
serving fire company, we hope our citizens will
not neglect patronizing the Fair.
How TO Awsnon.—The advance of the
world depends upon the use of small balances
of adifintlitebSet disadvantage, for there. is
compensation everywhere and in everything.
No one discovery resuscitates the world--ver-
Mjzily no physical one. Each new , good thought .
oft word, or deed, brings its shadow with: it,
and as we have just said, it is upon the small
balances
. 9f 4ain that we) get: n at all; how
imPoriant then it is to make your purchase of
dry goods at num & Eowxstes, sonth east
corner of Front and Narket streets where the
awiftest it large and at.the lowest cash pries' 2t
QOOD TOR mss SONS OF Mears..The:Soni of,
Malta, in New Orleans, havegiven evidence,
OA although they niay , like the - 'treason that
the seethm profits by, they despise the traitor.
Witiiess the following communication whiOh
has bled - received by Minn ha-ha Lodge, of
Philadelphia :
Ciumn Lovas, I. 0.8. M.
Niw Oitistars. February 25, 1861.
Ward Ninne-ha-ha Lodge, I. 6.
I beg leave to notify your
Lodge, thWat meeting held !sit evening, at
the: Grand 'Clanunandry, in this city, General
Twiggs, of , thell. - 8 A., was expelled from the
Order tmasistwats. name in now "Inscribed
with "O. 8. A." Notify; all the brethren in'
your circle to shun him. -- -
•
BROOKING ACOIDINT ON TUN DINNIT/MANIA
BAUNO6D.—DNA Friday night, about tinarter
past eleven o'clock, a shocking accident occur?
i t ed i on the Pennsylvania Railroad .between Arch
allfeet and Powelton avenue, In West Philadel
phhi, jut beyond the Market street bridge.-
'Tie through express train coining west uti over
a inawreatting off his head and one foot, and
mutilating him in a shocking manner. The'
body was conveyed to the West Philadelphia
Station House, where the remains were recog
nised se those of Clement L. B. M'Closky, the
son of a Presbyterian clergyman of .thatltame,
who reeldee at Thirty-sixth and Hatallton
streets, TWentv-fourth Ward. The deCaaaed
was about 245yearg of age. He 'wawa law stri
dent in' thicifflce of Thiodore Cufler, Eeq It
is not knotm how the deceased got npon Pie
track; or haw the sad accident occurred. 4
CZTIZBN, ATTENTION ! - -A stated meeting of
the Citizen Engine and Hose Company will be
held at their hall this (Monday) evening, at
seven o'clock. The Punctual attendance of
members is desired. By order. 4,,
TEI FLAGS AltiLYING.—The flags at l3ailey'll
Rolling Mili r Fennsylvania Railroad Shops;
Cotton Factory, Harrisburg Car Company, Xrice
& Hancock's Fnrnaoe, Friendship FireVoinit,
pany, Hope Fire Company, State House and
several other places are flyingin honor of the
irmuguara flan; and 'the pasilage of .the Tariff
bill.
IBNONIATION;7-KInd reader, , we are entrusted
with a delicate cornmiiition, .which we know
not how to broach to yoi,- , except by Simple
Proposal. Will you forgive our abrupt brevity,-
if we inform yon, withant farther °refs:eel that.
Damn & BOWIL4II's cheap Dry Goods Store is
at the South East corner of Front and Market
streets? 2t t
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MI/EILINS MUSLIN& ! Musussl-1000 yards •
of the very best unbleached' Muslin, 10 cents ;
2000 yards of beautiful' bleached Muslin, 10
cents ; 2000 yards of the best long cloth Mus
lim 127 cents, which I will sell'by the piece at
117 cents; 2000 yards of remnant of Calico
De Laine, to be sold very cheap; , remnants of,
,colored Silk, cheap ; De LaMes and other dress
goods at cost ; Broche Shawls and other Shawls
at coat ; Ca:Rawer° for Pants; Black Cloth,
Cassketh3, and a large,,lo,t of,pants stuff at
cost; a splendid assortment of•Canabrics, Jac° ,
netts,i Cambric . Bands, Memstiched Handlti3r
chiefs, which 'I will sell at auction prices; white
and colored Flannel at cost. For cheap gdOds
call at S. 'Lamy's, Rhoads' old corner.
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
[Correspondence of the Telegraiih.]
. Wlexuserron, March 2, 1861.
There is an undensianakig to-day
cabinet hiss - bear filralik'AxUrl upon liy M 1
Lincoln. He willlsear nofurther conversation
on that subject, Ind has peremptorily refused,
to listen to any suigestfonsi in regard to any of
his other appointments until after the inaugu
ration. This resolution gives Mr. Lincoln time
fully to digest his-inauglral address, ail
affords him some small share of repose to In
vigorate hini for the burdens_ and excitement
which Will attend hbrposition after Monday
next. The cabinet will be coniposed of, the
following gentlemen .:
Secretary of State—William H. Seward, N.Y .
•!." Treasury—Solomon Chase, 0.
- " • War—Sitnon Camercon,-Pa.
• " Ifeiry—Montgomery Blair, Md.
If Interior—Caleb Smith, Indiana.
Post Master General—GideonJ:Wells, Conn.
Attorney General—Edward Bates, Mo.
The great contest was for the Treasury De
partment, and had it not been for the courtesy
of 'General Cameron'in complying with the•ur
gent requeskof
. Mr.. Lincoln, much iimbariess
ment might - lave arisen from the struggle for
this position. It wasa-mell known- fact that
the President elect had tendered the Treasury
D6partrrient to Gen. Cameron, who bad the
tender u nd er consideration, end; tlie - straggle
which. grew .out, of this 'circumstance on the
dart of IlloinfWhriorodosedtienlearneron•rather
strengthened Mr. Li ncoln'Aprecieliction for than
spinet him.. I know thie , to Alan fact, and I
also know that Mr. •Lincoln, scorned , 'to . , give
credence ' to any of the' . tally : slanders w hich
. , .
were put in cirollation.in th is city for th e pia:
pose of iiiiinagingthe''Ciareater of Gen.
..
Cam
eron. The great difficulty which embarrassed
Mr. Lincoln for a.-few,days, was the position
which Mi. Chase, 'of Ohlo,'hisiilWaysalnanned
and maintained towards him . . For many
years the most cordial intimacy.' has e2r.ist
ed between Mr. Llniioln and Mr. Chase.
Professionally, politically and socially, the
friendship has •been unabated and the devotion
firm and sincere: . With the reminiscences of
each an intercourse and alliance, it 'is not
strange that Mrcoln. became embarrassed
by the contest fo re Treasuryilrom which-he
was only relieved by 'the: 'withatairal of the
name andclaim of Gen: Caincon. At the urgent
solicitation' of the President eleuti.atukaiter4 ‘.
had made a personal appeal Gen. Cameron
withdrewlisimme,and then was induced to ae.
'iiipt the , War, .Department This acceptance
was;iiisted on by Mr. Lincein, who frankly
declared that he would not consider his atiaiia=.
Istration a perguin&t * eueceds'‘vithout the sup
port and'eounsel of Gen. Cameron. The fact,
too, ikaithe success - of' the Tariff during the
late session of Congress, fixes the policy of Mr.
Lincoln' a administration, makes it a Matter of
little difference who is in-- tie treasury De
partment Without' the preserit Tariff, Gen.
Cameron would' scarcely have been willing to,
give up his claims. - With our reyerme lava;
-11 4/ 1 Y glOiAß* l hePin 8119# to , the administra
tion of &r :- Linco l n with:the - inilestamfidence
that the great industrial intifiata 'of 'the
• country are entrenched behind Ihat ' jest pro-
Motion which has eo king 'be:en tl-04.'du.
Eon: Edgar Cowan',' t3enatorelect from Penn
sylvania has been in the_city for several diya,
and to=day was on the door gf the 'ROOM, re
ceiving the congratulatihns and compliMenti'
of his Republican. friends. - He Ims. created a
very favorable impression on all with whom be
has come in contact,, bilth c : Ourtititif
'dignity of hie demeanor and- brilliant ,00nver
satidialk his debut in_the 'Senate hi
anticipated as a auccdas„while hiti more
mate ands ilettOnal friends twedicte_for him a
highly useful and-htiliNtt freer.. Mr. Cowan
la certainly a mandr attainments
and
pOwerfalintellecf.'. ktidwleilite` Is all:of a
piactical and scientific order, while his tastes
run in clutruiebtot real use and baldficence.
After a fit}ii-j-milzith'il acquiti tanctE) With the bu
sbisii of legislation and a`more extensive in
tercourse with public Men, than • Mr. Cowan
has bad the
,opportnnity - of phloyMg while in
the practice of his irciliitaion; he will prove,
himself equal to his position in'every respect.
A ' NEW I LOT OF
LADIES WOPPING & •,TRANELIN. BAGS
11,11MbIliqe - taw lityieri, o stas,G
Mciaay Parsesf - ind (Ina -war,eu
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jitsi iPthiand kalit
1011101011r8,01110:143001MORNe -
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Ptiirt4luctitia IDaly etitgrapt); .ttliinottp ltternoim, March 4, 1861.
On Sunday evening, March 8, 18131, by Alderman Per
fer, Mr. Horan Wray/ and Misa-Mmumaar Rmm, both
ofthe city of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, Perina.
" This morning, Mrs. SARAH Meads, relict of Matthias
- Nichols, lathe Oath year or her age.
(The funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon
at two o'clock; from the raeldence other son, in Second
street above South. All her friends and those of the
family are 'wilted to attend without fdrther notice.] *
A VERY superior article of BOURBON
11 WHISKEY, In quart bottles ; in store smiler sale by
JOHN H. ZINOLER,
.mar 4 ' 78: Market Street.
FOR RENT .—The House an Store
Room to Market 'Eggers, adjoining property of Dr.
Jacob 131 . Triosiling anif - Rnifolph*F.'Kelirer. Puma:3ton
gives on the first et'Aprtl. :APPIY.te. Boss,
ltda' ' Attorney at Law.
• FMK FRIJIT _
01 , every deaniiption 'in cans and: jars,
each package warranted.
znar 4 Wit. DOCK JR. .k 00.
WASHING MADE (113IOIC &DEASY.
HARHISONI HOUSEHOLD SOAP.
TT is DETERSIVE. It removes, all dirt, and
washes with or without rubbing.
at is 116A9141. It removes all steins by 011, Paint,
Printers , Ink, Wagon or Machine Grease.
It IS a truteusa. It bleaches brown clothes white, and
white clothes whiter.
It is mouthy. It gives a rich paimanent lather, and
makes the betide soft, white and elastic.
It IS a mils& wasnaa, in any water, hot or cold, hard
or :soft, salt or fresh, of finestlawns, and all grades, to
the coarsest clothes.
It is Lorrnsa. It does much weiblng with hale cost.
It is zoogoinc.u. : It saves wear and tear, timb,:labor
and money.
It conibineeall the good, and [MO 'if 'the bad prOiler
ties of every other Soap, therefore it is arkitsioi soar.
it is a Peffect Soap for all uses of the Hedseliold.' In
the Laundry, for clothes of every desorlptionfor the
Wash stind-46r cleaning paint, glass-ware, porcelain,
crockery,' table, kitchen and dairy utensils.; '
, Directions accompanyeach cake. Samples can be had-
FREE OP CHAMP, upon application, ,tie; - our `store: The
.cakes weigh about one pound, and'dOciot Cost mere than
'lnty - otthri. ordinary soaps now in the market. ".•
• : • .Wai. DOCK JR. - is 00.,
m 4:4 /igen& for Hartiabbeg..
4 HARRISBURG BANX '
mAxon 1, IsBi. ;
ASSETS:
Loananii&Diseowitti;...'
Stock of the Commonviealth-.:.... 60,506
United 19000_. ; '
„
Specie ' - 72 123 *OB
Due by other•batike:.sl6o;4l37.B2. •
Notes of other banks.. 24;696
168,633 82
_
Stocks, (at present marketysanp,) 28100(r -
Bends, „ do 6,000
Real .. . ... 14,600
Ciroulation........
DepOsits.„
Due to other banks.
$682,85093
The ',love statement is correct , td the best
of my knowledge and belief. ' „
J. W. WEltt, cixinkr.
Swett and subscribed before Me,
m4dlt DA:yrn Haulm J. P.
ELECTION PROOLAtib lON.,
.TN COMPI lANCE with the City Charter,
j_ mince is hereby given to the volition voters of the •
several wards of the said city, that an election for per
to fill the 'various offices of the said city; will be,
held at their usual places,un thalami) Famax op Maros,
ze st'
being the lath day of ~...*, month,lB6l; between,the
hours of 9 o'clock itiN , .Ns ning and 7 o'clock in the
evening of said dit , ••!.; "`9 • r
Li the Mille , '
.;:'.' ~? '. Riled voters will =Midst
the Sctiookrl„o i t ..i . ,—,., . ontitroet and 'Mary's il l. •
ley, in e' ` 4, "'";kl &vote for one person ior.Nember of
Coro =elk one person for Constable, 'one ', poison.
for Agitator, one persontor 41Vdge,- and. two persons for
InspeCtors of Election oriaie ward , and School Directors.
in the - SECOND WARD the qualified voters will meet
on , said day at the West Window of Herr's hotel tizilifir2.
ket street,' and'ideot one person for Conimon - Councif,Cne
person for Oonitible, one person. Dlr. Assessor, one per
son for Jridge, and:two persons for Inspectors of Election
of said .war d ' and - School DireCtois: ' '
In the TELRAWAROthqulified voters will meet on
.said day at tho School Renee,, corner or Walnut street
and River alley, infield city, and' vote for" one per for e
Comiton Connell, one person for Constable, else - person
ior Asia/tier, one person for Judge, and-Limo persons for
cif
Inspectors Elections of said ward; and School . Di...
rectors. .
In the FOURTH WARD the qualified voters will meet
on said:oak at the School House in West State street, and
Tot!) for one person for Common Quixoti c one person for
Conttable, one person for Assessor, one person for JUdge
and two persons for Inspeotors of Kiectskins• of said
•srard, and School Directors. • - '
.Ia the FIFPR WARD the qtralified voters will meet on
said day, atl4ofo r. Fosterk corner of Ridge
11.0MVP , ,1„ -- n? On vote ' for one person tor
1. ,
& rto ...ra.ofeerror, one person for Judge;
.. 5 1Mipeotore of Election of said wardi
Iu tee voters will meet. at
-the School Rouse, on Broad Millet tof Ridge . • nue;
and vote for one person for Common Co , ens palm
for Alderman, one person for Constable, onoperson fur
dimmer, one personfor Judge, and two persons for In--
spec or of 'Elections of raldward, and. School Directors.
- G.Ven u nder MY hand at the Mayor's Mee.
WM. IL KEPNER 1140 r.
itinusamul, Neb. 28, 3861. f18.60w 8t
FOR THE SEASON,
FLAVORING' EXTRAUFA.
Vaultla, beat:ln market, .
Roos, Lemma,
'"
• . • Pill. Apple,
1 : 1 , 11 99 6 / 1 1,
•
Celery.
Pure Distilled Hose. ater, _ _ •
"ltelet:ltitelsh •---
Pure Cream Tartar,
Extra Pore Bpices,
- • - • Fr rY Her bs.
,
d2O t r2-± :9rlMarket)34.Bl3t.:'
DYOTVILLE :01 1 iASS— WORKS,
40TPILE ; Demijohns,
Ivy Wine i 'portei;ifintral
Bottpjs - ot everr leserippotti„ ~f
• H.B. agsta. , w.inerarigs,
Oct24.lyw 207 SpathFrp t gtmetrrhiladelphla.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS :OF: COAL.
.11'F' PATENT wtao-axilITS :. tested
114 , certifiest to by theigtittElit bi WEIGHTS
Waisszi—iiaiing this day testedamir .
Patent Weigh Oarts, anMfound them.pertectly corre ct,
therefore put my seal upon them according.to his&
TRACE, •
Sealerof Wein!! and Measures.
Harrlsburg,laniutry 17,1881. ,
IitDITCAMTONAL.---
coNT.tiolitaNl4",zi.llVANT 4 ' OF. NA
TION.SUTY 18. the aystenvoteducatigninit corm
try. : Ii proportion an the structrtr,e of e t government
gives force to public opinion, thit:Piblle opieion . slio4
be enlightened."--W:ashinpfoit's Ittreoo 1.4.1re5t.:
this end the people in general , should beeduoatedintO
correct and bonnie acquaintance with the nature and'
prlnCiples of our =reorient and civil institutions.
. . .
“01.1 R, GOVERNMENT An explanatory statement of
the system of Government, of the Country, an A MANS
aL FOR ,SCHOOLS, AOADBMIFS AND POPULAR USE,"
113 a work which, with proper, histbrical Ices, gives
the conserection of the - provisions of ,the Co elution of
the United. States aud . of these of the sev er . States, as
deteridned byjudicialnutlarity, or derived from stand
ard-wrlters, including some reierencesto administrative
Way and practice, so as to phew the actual working of our
general system of Ooverninent. It 1.3 free frosespecula.
rive conservative In its tendency, and calculated
to Cultliateihe lerVe of our Wintry. It has used'
to a comdderahleTeStiA.kathittpoomortor Yount
i n different ; States ,,, and is recommended , by .Turials e
Statesmen and Presidents, auddNoinseerabflOolleges.7,
Price $lOO. -filiold:by M. WEINNET,
• del „ zrifttarliblintil'a; , •
- ,
':j3QUIRBE.
Rlartitb.
IDieb
New 2Ul3ertisemtnts.
BQIIRBON WHISKEY!
STATE/ENT
OP THE
LIABITA'rIES.
....$480,155
.... 161,700:15
40,795 78
HERR'S HOTEL!
NEWLY REFITTED
THE UNDERSIGNED having teased
this well khown and popular hotel, in the city of
Harrisburg, la now re fi tting and furnishing the same
with NEW FOHINTf USE in the very beet modern style.
It is located in the Most.' central part of the city, within
a short distance of the depots' of four different railroad
and also near the State Ca pitol buildings.
The house ie large and the sleeping apartments are
well ventilated.
The TABLE is well Provided with all seasonable aril
cies This city is well known throughout the State as
haying the best market outside of the Atlantic cities, an?
consequently no complaints Audi be made on that score,
The BAR has also undergone changes and will be kept
stocked with the best and purest Liquors in the country
No exertion Will be spared to make the traveler and
sojourner comfortable in every respect. A continuance
Or the patrOnageof the old customers, together with new
additions is respectrully solicited,
J. H. BENFOREP & CO.
Harrisburg August 28-ti'
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
KIS .lINDERSIGNED ' HAS _ OPENED
, . -
a Wholesalkand'ftetitil,DrAgehd PrescriptlonStore,
int e Iron Front Builifing;NO.l2B Market street; lately
occupied by Mr. Eli wohre can be found an enti renew
stock of Fresh and tire Drugs, Perfumery, Semis COAL
OIL, COAL OIL rj. PS, Burning Fluid, Ale «bra Patent
Meakines, Stationery, Fancy Artiolee, an., am. We
have the agency for the male of Kline% Celebrated 41411-
Octal Teeth; to which' we 'would invite the attention of
Dentists.
By strict attention to butane's, and desire to please,
we respectfully askshare otPubße
. Patranage. •
. •
N. B.—Prtme Demme began and. Tobacco constantly
on hand. •
aprt3-dly
"OUR GOVERNMENT."
"TIIHE unity of Government, which con
j.. atitutoa you one people, is now dear to you."—
'Washt ll o 67oB Foresroli Address. 4 nationality is essen.
tialto the enduring prosperity of our country. Trite pa
triotism must arise from knowledge. It is only a proper
understanding of our civil institutions that can induce
strong and settled attachment to their prirctples, and
impart ability fur their maintenance.
"OUR GOVERNMENT : An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country," contains the
text of the
.Constitution of the U nited States, and the Con
stitutional provisions -of the several States, with their
meaning and construbtion, -- as determined by judicial art
shorn y, nnd. precedent and practice, or derived from
standard writers; digekted and arranged for popular use
Price $l.OO. Sold by - M. kpifiNnimv.
del Harrisburg, Pa.
CITY LIVERY STABLES
RI,,4OKRERRY ALL.EroIFT THE REAR O,F
, ERRIESEIO27X.
E.uhdersi g ned has recommenced the
. E very business in his. NEW and SPACIOUS STA
BLEB_ located as above, with a ler& and varied stock o
HORSES; CARRIAGES and MINIBUSES, which he wit
hire at moderate rates. F. a. SWAR-T7
sep2B4lly
- 'NOTICE.
•D ETER S MOUNTAIN TURNPIKE
I_ ROAD COMPANY.—The President and Managers
'.or the Peters' Mountain Turnpike Road Company have
this day declared a dividend of sixty cents per share on
the capital stock of Said company, say three per cent
per amain, and'directed the same'to be. at this office of
the stockholders;atthe public house Of J. D. HOFFMAN,
lathe city Of Htirrisbetg, to tbestockhoiders or their le
gal representatives after the 10th. •
feb6.3tw* • - J. S. MERARGOE,- Treasurer.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
.$1,017,527 48
Patent Medicines. Family Medicines.
Patent Medicines. Family Medicines.
patent Medicines. Family Medicines
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces.
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Bradee.
Trtis43Bl3, Supporters, Shoulder Braces.
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES
FANCY AND TOILET ARLICLES.
VANCE AND TOILET ARTICLES.
PRIM HAVANA. CIGARS, TOBACCO.
PRIMP, HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO.
PRIME ‘. HAVANA • CIGARS . TOBACCO.
We endpaVer to buy and sell the' very best of nvery
thing in our line, and always luivitt good assortment in
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ALL PERSONS
\iv() HAVE any Affection of the
Lunge or Throat, or Chronic WOMB and wish
to be cared should consult, Dn. SISWART, who has had
many years experience in different sections of the
Darren Duna and C.W.0.!, and has cured cases which
had been treated without benefit by what are.estee mad
the best Paxmormta In the Urnork
He has been in Harrisburg bar many months an y" --
restored 'to health, invalids who had expended hurl . .. •
of dollars with Physicians and Patent Medicine",
can refer to some of the best bungles in Hanisbut
can give the names of persons' in the city and
parts of •the State,Nrhom he has cured of almost• ':
11.0N10 Disease
• •
Be doesnot profess to cure all diseases niter the man
ner of some wherein:tip &wick; but will give a outdid
opinion in regard to curability after examination. The
medicines of Dr. S. are vegetable, and derivedfrom more
then a hundred sources while traveling. In LUNG and
THROAT DISEASES he has had great success by means of
his Ca mow Cons which may be taken by the Stomach
and Dream. •
Beware of CAUSTIO and the Threat Burners of the old
school.
In Oometaprra or MUM his success ban been re
markable, and he' has cared affections of the Era and
EAR said to be incurable.
BIZWART £loildbil oases or the following, given up by
others
Naunama, Rinitrmavain, Sonoma,
Dwarfs, EWER COMPLAINT, SWELLED Nana,
Sexual. Dle[aurr, DROPSY, FALLING FOS,
PRIYATS Daisesa, DYSPEPSIA, Datum.
Cancers removed by anew remedy peocursdin Canada.
When so requested Dr. Draw.= will , visit patients at
their residence.
U 11413 S9DEIZATZ.
In regard to gualffteatio' Pr. S. refers to Profbasors
Paucoast, Dunglison and Melgs, of Phlledelphla. He alati
begs leave to refer to Senators Chase and Pugh, and Hon.
'Mamas Corwin, of Ohio.
Patients or their friends should call at the BUEHLER
Hong from 9 a. in. to 0 p.
letters promptly attended to. febl9-das2w
DL T. J. MILES,
SURGEON DENTIST
CIFFERS his services .to the citizens of
j Harrisburg and its vicinity: ' He solicits a share of
the public patronage; andiives assurance that his beet
endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist he feels safe in
nvittng the public generally to call en him, assuring
hom that they will not be dissatisfied with his services
Office No. 128 Market street, in the house formerly oo
copied by Jacob R. Eby, near the - United States Hotel,
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For City and Country trade, with an unapproachable as
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wor th- an d 080,p 's agentedwilh each article Bold. .
Partiuular attentiorilkid to the Customer department,
and garments made tuadstiat to order-to any address.
In inisuguratine this new\sYstem. of doing businets,
GRANVIUASTOKES s
wou ld \hopres on the minds of
the patrons of his establishment:ll/411M the Mat of Mallet
is deducted from, and sox addedto_lbe price or the aril
cle sold. His immensely incretuda sales enabling
am
to act thus liberally, and at the saiP° tha e
remunerative profit.
• satisfaction.
all articles gliaranteed to give etotriiit
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tweeu 4 th and 6th streets, Sd ward, city of . Harrisburg.
Also, number of DWELLING HOMES in different parts
of tit city. Apply to ,
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Fancy Envelopes, Labels, Bill Rawlings, Show Bills,
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LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
MICILiEL'EHRISMAN, dee'd , late of Elwatara
township, Dattphin county, having been granted to the
undersigned, all persons having clams against the es
tate of the said decedent are requested to mike known
the same without delay, and thosellidebted to said estate
aro rtqueshid - tb mate payment: "beforethe lit AO' of
April, 1861.. longer indulgence can be
GEORGE PrniTAMAN,
. t jauggsugr,,
_
.1304arg Datila
Exeosios.
itioullantous.
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW !
STILL SOMETHING WHICH )EtAl3
WOOD
THE TEST OP YEARS AND STILL
mows
MOH AND MORE "POPULAR EVERY DAY
IT IS
PROF. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
I=l
OTHERS SAY OF IT,
A Distinguished St. Louis Physician Wrists
Sr. Loom, July 10,1860.
0. J. WOOD,Req.:DearSir:—Allew me the pleasure
and satisfaction to transmit to you the beneficial effects
of your Hair Restorative, after a trial of Ave tears
commenced using your Restorative in January, 1851,
sdnmetwhich Urns I have not been without a bottle on
band. When I commenced the nee, my hair was quite
thin, and at least one-third gray. A few applications
stopped its turning, and in three weeks time there was
not a gray hair to be notioed, neither has there been up
to this time.
After my hair was completely restored, !continued its
use by applying two or three times per month. My hair
has ever c Manned healthy, soft and glossy, and my
scalp perfectly free from dandruff. I do not Imagine the
fasts above mentioned will be of any particular advan
tage to yen, or even Batter your vanity at this late day,
as I am well aware they are all known already and even
more wonderful ones throughout.the Linton. I have oc
copied my time in traveling the greater part of the time
the past three years, and have taken pride and pleasure
in recommending your Restomtive and exhibiting its
effects in my own case. In several instances I have met
with people that have pronounced it a humbug; saying
they have used ft and without effect. In every instance,
however, It provel, by probing the matter, that they
bad not used your article at all, but bad need some new
article said to be as good as yours, and selling at about
half the price. I have notieedawo or three articles my
self advertised es above, which I have no doubt are
humbugs. It Is astonishing that people will patronize
an article of no reputation, when there is ono at band
that has been proved beyond a doubt.
Apparently some of those charitaus have not brains
enough to write an advertisement, as I notice they have
copied yours word for word In several instances, merely
inserting some other name in place of yours.
I have, within the past five years, seen and talked with
more than two thousand persons that have used your
preparation with perfect success—some fbr baldness
gray hair, scald head, dandruff, and every disease the
scalp and head are subject to.
I called to see you personally at your original place of
business here, but learned you were now living in New
York.
Yon are at liberty to publish this or refer panto] to
me. Any communication addressed to me, care box No,
1,920, will be promptly anitwared.
Yours, truly,
JA.IIID3 WHIM; M. U.
Waits Braman, Perry Co., Pa., June 7, Mu.
Prof.-WOOD, Dear 81:—.1i was bawled more than -
year ago to try your valuable Hair Restorative for the
purpose of cleansingmy bead of dandruff. I had suffered
with It upon my hoed for years, and had never been able
to get any Mktg to do - me any good in removing it, al
though I bad tried many preparations, until I saw your
advertisement in a Harrisburg paper. Being there at
the time, I called at Gross & Gankle's drug store, and
bought a bottle, and now am prepared to recommend it
to universal for it has completely removedali dand
ruff from my head, and an application once In two weeks
keeps it free from any itching or other unpleasantness.—
I must also state that my hair had become quite whits
in places, and, by the use of your preparation, has been
restored to its original color. Ia m now 50 years of age,
and although I have used two bottles of the Restorative,
no one has anyknowledge of it, as I allow a few gray
hairs to remain in order to have my appearanos com
port with my age. My head is now of less trouble to ma
in keeping it clean, &0., than at any time since I hat a
been a child. I consider your preparation of great value,
and, ahhoughl do not like to expose myself, I consider it
my duty to do so. You cau use this or any part of it to
any shape you think proper, if it is .worilt.nnYAMPH.
you. Yours he.,
H. H. kin*.
Btookuterrow, Ind., July ue , 1859.
DEAR Sts : I here send you a statement that I think
you are entitled to the benefit of. I am a rAident of
Bloomington, and have been here for over thirty years.
I am now over fifty years of age. For about twenty years
past, my hair has been tunting considerably gray, and
was' lmost entirely' white and veryitiff and unpiLint I
bad' seen a number of certificates of the very wonderful
effect of your Hair Restorative but supposed there was
more fiction than - truth in them: but entertaining a strong
desire to have my hair, if possible,
.restored to its origi
nal color and fineness, as it was in my younger &Isla
beautiful black, I concluded "I would make the etperi:
ment commencing in a small way. I purcnased one ol•
,year !Mail bottles, at one dollar, add commenced
following directions as nearly as I could. I aeon discov
end the dandriffremoved, and my hair, that was falling
ofi' in large quantities, was considerably tightened, and a
radical change taking place in the color. I have smiths-
Ina to use it, WI I have used three of your small bottled
and just began on the fourth. I have now as , pretty a
head of dark brown or light black hair as any tam, or
sal had in my youthful days, when a boy in the bins or
Western Virginia. My head is entirely clear of dandruff,
and the hair ceased entirely falling off and ts as soft and
tine, and feels as oily, as though it wan Jug from the
Banda of a wench champooner. Many of my acquaintan
ces frequently say to me "Butler, where did you gettbat
fine wig?" I tell them It was the effect of your heetora -
live.' It is almost imamate to convince them that it is
the original hair of the same old gray head. •
• '
Yours, truly,
FREDRIUCE T. BU'fi.Rit,
Bloomington, Monroe Co., lad
1700 D'S HAIR, Rsdroaarrvs has arquired a repuinuot
from actual test and experiment which cannot be
been binned by newspaper puffs. In our vicinity it has been
extensively used, and we believe in every case with every
.desired result, and received the universal endorsement of
'all who have tried it. We therefore 'recommend it as one
4:Obese few nostrums which accomplishss all it profess
is, and all the bald and gray c.intri deeire.—aistmai,
PROP. WOOD'S ETIIR RERTORNEWI3.-14 another cola ma
will be found an SdVellisemellt*Of this well known a nd
excellent preparation for restoring gray hair to Its orig.
mieolor. The Bair Restorative also cures entaneoca
eruptions, and prevents the hair falling off. : We have
seen many authentic testimonials in proof of 'Nese Raw'
Rona some of which are from gentlemen whom wa have
known for many years as person' of the kost; reliable
character. Don't dye till you have tried this Restorative.
Boatora Olv Branch.
WO6D'IS Lima lissreiterivx.—We are not in the baba of
puffing 'very Low discoyery, for in nine cases out of ten
they are quack nostrums out we take great pleasure in
m ai
omending Proßissor - ii'cod's article to all whoschair
is falling off or turning gray. ,Our well known contribu
tor, Finley Johnson, Esq., has experienced the banelit of
its application, and joins with us in spealdagof Its virtual.
Let all try it, and bald heads will be as rare as snow in
shiiimer.—Baltintorr Patriot.
WOOD'S Bun Bzwroiteuvu —Unlike Most specifics, WA;
is proved, by 'wimps icbablo eiiden ce, to possess groat
efficacy as a restorer of the hair to pristine vigor. Where
the head bad become almost bald becausent eieknosa,
the use of this article has produced a beaotffel.stowili of
thick, kleiWy,litair. It Sr thereforna ; valuable, prepare
Lion for etiolating. Its ingredients are such a 6 to effectn .
ally eiudicateit dandfult and ether .impiirities, Which
operate SD injuriously to the hair... It also has curative
properties of another description. In, many cases pim
ples and other disfigurements of the akin disappear when
over ills used. There is no hazard attaching to.the trial
- -his remedy, and its-effects cao only be- beneficial, es
the ~w nponnd if it does not cause a mrnlfest improve
' '4l:Capable:of doing harm, .as _nn ciimsPenent:4.6
ment is
-4rfectly innocuous. —Bohan Transcript, ..4prff
meats are p- T „:„ • •
•s' ' '
A Gasunot Boos.iribur capacity as ci nd actor of A
public journal, we are called upon to adverilas the curt
ails of the day each of Which claims to be uoaddlterwed
in Its compos ition. and infallible in its curative create,'
with4hat joshes we leave our readers to deterEeine_hi
one Instance;- however—Prof. Wood's Hair llesioratiiiia
—we are so welt assured of the notable qualities of the
article, that we &eft our Indorsement as all that, its its
ventor and vender claim it to be. Its effect upon a tilling
head of hair b universally known to be zottginaLjake,
lima or guano on exhausted laud, it brings-its crov wtier- -
ever applied. tan own thatch is fortunately very heal
thy, but we advise our friends with , apansMy.grogipg
hair to try the Restorative --Columbia Spy, • • . •,•
Ali HAIR Drss ABANDONs.D.--;Word's Great Article line
Dere° the 114E' d.—ProtesKor Womistands °win/eminence
no chemist, whose attention has been turned to Inventing
a hair tonic, ban ever before readied,- ,. H Nine ie sod.
den but world-wide, Mid thousands ihritivelvorn wigs
or beau bald for years are now, through the use of his
prep/ration, wearing their own natural and luxuriant
bead covering. So much for chemistry, the chemistry
of human life, and the laws Which apply to the lunotions
of the evasion. Wood stedied out the human hair,
its charreitei, ile - -; . iroperties and diseases, arill.now to re
store-the decaying-I°lBE4le that Ornament ;he saw, as
in, his own case, that , grayhair is unnatural runless the
age of the individual has reached Your scdre, and he be
lieved that the hair could be naturally-revitalized. Be
tried his own case—almost bald and quite grsy, at the
age of thirty-seven—he - restored his own nor in color,
strength and luxuriance, and the article he did it with
he gave to the- world: !Get.Walli'dcfiatlit itE3TORat
-1:11/11 and take nothing else.—/Vesi TteirDayßook.
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