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Tuesday Afternoon, March 5, 1861.
PAXTON Hos' CONPANY..-A stated meeting
of the Paxton Hose Company will be held at
their Hall this (Tuesday) evening, at seven
o'clock. The punctual attendance of the mem
bers is desired. By order.
A Rusa.—The rush for the TRW:GRAPH last
evening was immense, and our large edition
was exhausted in little less than no time. A
second edition shared, the same fate, and oar
fast Taylor steam press was kept running until
a late hour to meet the demand for extra copies.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY are
making arrangements for the , early opening of
navigation on their canal. During the winter
a large number of repairs and improvements
were made to the ditch, and. when the water is
let in it will be in admirable condition to an
commodate a largely increased business.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE CITY CHABTER.-A. bill to
Change the place of holding the elections in
the Fifth ward of our city has been reported
in the,fglenate. It chmages the place of voting
from theltonse of Gen. Forster to the "Fifth
Ward Reuse," corner of Third street and Fors
Him Ramose PROJEOT.-A bill has been in
troduced into the . Senate by Mr. Hamilton, of
Lancaster, to incorporate a company to make
a railroad from any point on the Lebanon. Val
ley Ilailroad,.between Womelsdorf and Read:
ing, to any point on the Pennsylvania flailroad,
between Leman Place and Lancaster. The
corporators live in Beading and Lancaster.
NiGHT PARADIL —The Cameron Guard para
dedin full uniform last night, and fired a sa
lute in honor of their first Lieutenant, who, it
appears has been taking unto himself a fair
partner for life. The happy Lieutenant, in re
turn for The compliment, prepared a handsome
collation for his "soger" visitors, to which all
hands did ample justice.
T® Wnsrama took a sudden "right about,
face," hurt night, and from a mild, balmy at
mosphere, we bounced out of bed this morning
into a temperature almost equal to that of a
"stiff January day." This change, we pre
sume, will still the apprehensions of many,'
who were beginning to fear a premature bud
ding of the fruit trees, ands consequent scarci
ty of fruit next summer.
Amogyvtamosmsnr.—We have received the
following letter in reply to the last remittance
sent for the relief of the poor in Kansas :
NEW YORK, March 4th, 1861
Deka S.te. :—Yours of the 2nd inst is re
ceived, enclosing twenty dollars, for the kan
saa,Rellef Fond. Please accept the thank 4of
the Relief Committee of this city, and tender
the saute to employees of the Harrisburg Car
With respect, yours.
J. E. Wzruems, Treas.
Rumor( or Jima VONDERBurra.—judge Daniel
B. Vondersmith, who was convicted nineteen ,
months since of forging applicatione for land
warrants extensively, has been pardoned by
President Buchanan, an announcement to that
effect having been received hero to-day. The
pardon was sent to the Eastern Penitentiary
yesterday morning, and the prisoner was liber
ated. He was sentenced to an imprisonment
of twArty years, ands fine of twenty thousand
dollars. He had served nineteen months of his
time. The fine was remitted by the pardon.
Judge Vondersmith was a resident of Lances
tar, and he was a personal and political friend
of Mr. Buchanan.
LAILINTABLE FAO T.—" Woman shows her
„frail sister no mercy, and yet Welcomes her as • .
uSeciate in guilt and her destroyer to the so
**de and even to the sacred precincts of
thelarnily." The above is a text that thou
sands might study with profit, who suppose
they are exerting a good Influence in the world.
How strange, and yet how true it is, that wo
man will reject and spurn her erring sister, and
welcome her more guilty destroyer ! Talk as
severely as you,will of him who preys upon fe
male innocence ; mourn over it in public and
pray over it in seeret—but it will all be worse
than-ideas long as you meet him with the
smile of friendship and the intimacy of appro
bation.- Reject and spurn him from you, as
you do his associate in guilt, and he will either
reform or go where those called respectable
will look with more favor upon his wretched
course. So long as the seducer can move in re
spectable society ; so long as he can be admit
ted to the social or family circle of the compa
ratively pure ; so long will he hold up his head
and revel, in his crime. Aud if he is guilty, are
you innocent who give him your approving
Tam Loae-w.—Robert with and David
Fisher, two old "Revolvers," occupied the lock
up last night, and were disebarged this morn
ing. Geo. Faster, arrested 'by officers Lewis
and Garman for drunkenness and disorderly
conduct, was locked up for the night. This
morning the Mayor ordered him to pay a fine
and costs. Thomas Atchinson, another victim
of whiskey, became uproriots, and was locked
up. He was ordered to pay a line and costs.
BBL Lindsey, a yellow amoke, was arrested by
officer Radabaugh and lacked up. This morn
ing he was brought before His Honor the
Mayor, and a cap of disorderly conduct proved
against him. He was, accordingly, Bent over
the way for twenty-four hours. A copper
colored darkey, answering to the name of Jack- .
Bon Sylvester Smith, was rather officious and
ready to do any amount of lying or swearing,
in order to have his bully acquitted. Jackson
stretched his conscience and imagination rather
lengthy, when the Mayor concluded that Mr.
Smifh, being with Bill, was also one of the
disorderly party, and Jackson, accordingly,
was also escorted to the Dauphin county insti
tute. On his way to jail, Jackson remarked to
a yellow woman, who was also interested in
Bills release, "dar now, die what I get for giv-;
in de tilde in de case."
A BUCKSKIN Puzsz containing several due
bills payable to Jeremiah Potter and an excur
sion ticket from Chambersburg to Harrisburg
and return, still remains in this office. It was
evidently lost on 4bnt. ; 22d, and may be of
value to the ownewhe aux send for it or call
in person. e s r'
Swan Cuunt...-qn "the name of our coruposi.
tors, &c., waret'uni4lianks to Mews. Dock &
Co. for a large Pitcher full'of 'elegant sweet
cider. It is.deoidedly the best of the season,
and lovers :Of ;thit'liure apple juice will tlnda:
full supply at their well known grocery
establishment - 1A ; Market Street. •
PBRWRINNfING Poarczas.—lt' may give the
streets of our,city a charm4gli-,rural, appear
atm to have...it . fine. fit!tr.4 of poilsere con-'
tendedly sauntering around in search of suste
nance, or listlesslrlying 'half buried beneath
the rich accumulations °fun uncleaned gutter;
but as we believe few people of this city can
appreciate this particular feature of rurality,
and as'it further in violation of the ordi
nance, and inconsistent with what should bein
a well kept city, let, the pigs be pounded by the
the police, and the paltry proprietOrs,uf the
same peripatetic porkers be promptly punished •
by the proper parties.
The Cur promenade shad, "the city' will
discover flattering'appe'arances of a :brisk
Spring business, and also healthy indications
of substantial improvements being made in the
way of building and repairing. We certainly
must: regard these , evidences as encouraging
considering the geneial depression of business,
caused by the "crisis" in our national' affairs.
In no 'part of the city is thisindication of pros
peritirraore apparent thaw in the Fifth-and
Slith wards. The opening of"-the new ma
chine shops of the.Penusylvania , lta.proad com
pany on the Ist of April willgiveiur frapeins
to i business that - quarter ; s tanding
to the thoet,
look forward to the approaching summer as a
period of much prosperity to the eapital City.
SINGING EN SOHOOIS.—The practice of singing
lately introduced into our common schools, is
becoming very popular:: , It ittettatiapatilex
celitizit idea. The practice gives relief to the
tedium of the exercises and enlivens the pupils
so that they can afterward apply themselves
It is not waste of time but an actual gain.—
Pupils can accomplish more in a day , when the
exercises are interspersed with singing than
otherwise. It makes a school more easy .to
govern, as it has a soothing, :refining, moral
:zing and elevating tendency.
By its practice the vocal organs are developed,
the voice improved and the pupils are enabled
to read better. At any rate an education is in- .
complete without a practical knowledge 9f this
science, and there is no good reason why it
cannot be partially obtained in this way.
At a meeting of the "Union Fire Company,"
No. 1., of Lancaster, held on Friday evening,
March let, 1860, the following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopted :
Warman, On the occasion of the visit of the
"Union Fire Company" to the State Capital,.
on. February 2.2 d, we were so- kindly received
by our brother firemen of the "Hope Fire Corn._
pany," and were the recipients of such a multi
plicity of honors and favors; and •
Weslaco, The poorest return we can make
for the favors so profusely bestowed Is to ex
press our deepest gratitude ; and hope that at
some future time we may he enabled 'to par
tially repay the numerous , courteous acts eo
freely tendered; therefore, be it
Resolved, That'we return our hearty and sin
cere thanks to the members of the Hope Fire
Company for their kindness, courtesy and at
tention while their , guests.
Resolved, That to the memb ers of the "Hope,"
individually and collectively, we acknowledge
our indebtedness ; and &odd an opportunity
be afforded us e we gladly - "HOPE" to still
more firmly cement the "Mum" now existing
between the companies, by similar reciprocal
Rooked, That a copy of the above resolu
tions be sent to the Hope Fire Company . of
Harrisburg, and that copies be transmitted to
the Harrisburg papers for publication.
In behalf of the Company,
S. A. WYLIE,
A. N. THOMAS,.
Lasnearna, Fa., - March 2. 1860.
Mama makes its bow like a modeat prima
donna. Its voice is as seductive as the Siren's,
and its sky is as pure and enchanting as that of
fairy land. The Flouds borne along in eccentric
patches, look fleecy and warm, and the water
as rippled by the wind invites one to, an excur
sion out of " towns Now nurses treat their pre
cious charges to a change' from artificially
heated air to pure, southwest breezes, from the
prostrating heat of a stove to the genial rays of
the sun. Kites soaraloft with majestic motions,
tops gyrate on the walks, hoops perform their
revolVing flight; and Marbles repieiient pfimi
tive billiards without cue or table. The 'hear
of winter is broken, and the Wills of its grief
will only be heard in bluitering gusts at mid
night. Carefal grandmothers will prepare the
blood-cleaniog medicine for the grand-child
ren, for after reveling in hearty food all winter
the system needs sanitary purging for the sum
mer. Such was the old theory of the rural
families, whose descendants have lived to the
period of tottering and canes. Swallows will
appear with rapid flights, and meadow larks,
whose songs cheer the morning walk: In
sheltered spots the grass will shoot up He ten
der points, gladdening the eye with brilliant
green, and ; telling us that however man may
forget his obligations, the earth is mindful of
its offices and responsive to the wants of hu
manity. Slowly and drearily winter wears
away, but e Spring comes with quickened pace,
and carries us along into-Summer, with hard
ly to be realized swiftness. &mealy will the
trees have blossomed before the •foliage will
conceal the limbs, and then shall we have the
sighing for places out of town, and disgust for
business, and regrets that our lot was not cast
in the country. flat we cannot change the
course of life and . living. If there is sunshine in
town and only partly tainted air, be satisfied.
If the world outside be irresistable, locate in a
Weir room, where the , view is a dead. Wall, and
the blue sky is only visible in the size of
small paAcch. It Is trying : eMrerly aggravating,
Pennspluania Mailp iteltgraph, iilntobal) 'Afternoon, Maul) 5, 1861.
Asoruat ESTEKISIEDCrriza DUD. -It becomes
again our painful duty to record the death of
one of our oldest and most respected citizens,
Mr. Wrtmem COLDER, Sr., who died at a quar
ter past twelve o'clock this morning, at his
residence in Market square.
Mr. Coma was born on the 24th day of
July, 1788, at 13el-Air, Harford ovoityridary
land, and consequently Was In the seventy
third year,of his age. He came to this city
when it contained but very few houses, in the
year 1812, and has resided here ever since.
Commencing life as aa humble stage driver, he
gradually ands-steadily rose by industry and
strict attention to business to the position of
one of the largest stage owners and mail'con-,
travtors in, this country. When railroads com
menced to interfere with'stage ceaches; he be
came extensively engaged; In the transporting
business, and was a prominent partner in the
"Eagle," "Pioneer," and othel -;lines for
the transportation-:of plum:gen and mer-,
chandize. 'After , the completion of, the Penn-
Sylvania ' railroad, the business' in which
he was engaged, e . g. others, - -Witadtt,elly
relinquished, and we find Mr. - Colder :at
the time of his death one 'of the Jarsat
landholders in this city, poleaxing a large!, r
tion of the most valuable soil. arotadrit, :' the
/ Cultivation of which he was constantly °"ac
tively engaged, almost up to the hour of his
final dissolifien. He married at iniditle age,
and bekiline babel: of five children, Oro daugh
ters and three sons, of which number one 4tori
and daughter have gone before him, together
with their mother. The two-remaining,ici
them remain among us,; one Of them Bing
actively and successfully 'engeged in business,
whilst thevother studied divinityiand is ardent
ly and suet:awfully engaged' imk pasfor cd4,/Sge
and respectable congregation: The daughter is
married to Col. Coverly. He ' has stilNwo,
brothers and sisters living, one of whom , ire-
I sides on the old.houtestead farm in Meiryland.
I The . death of Mr. C. will be severely felt, not
only by his remaning children and wife, (whom
he married but a short time since,) but by a,
large number of persons who were directly and
I indirectly employed by hire. The folijniers of
this city are thus passing rapidly from oilstone°,
and but few of the old settlers female among
us. Their..dayS seem to be rapidly numbered.
',ROTUMA Len Eveano.--Col. Worrel's rout
ing-of the Rev. Mr. Mercer's oration, (for 811011
it really is,) was listened to last evening with.
marked—attention by a small but_ ttpprciative
audience, daring the two hours reiiuired.lor
its delivery, from the , Speaker's desk in the .
Scram of Representatives.
All parties equally fell in for a share of the l i
censure of this grand , production, but ita re
commendations were healthful and conciliatory..
Singularly enough, although the discourse of
the Reverend gentleman was first delivered as
early as the 4th of January last, (W. Dacha::
nan's fast day,) the policy both of the Peace
Congress and by the President,s Inaugural
are both distinctly foishadowed.
phlet is copyrighted,. forxhich "We are .sozry;
as such an essay 'should be extensively read by
all our citizens, and would be no doubt pub
lished through the newspapers were it not for
Arc ALTOONA, the Pennsylvania Railroad
company have a building devoted exclusively
to their gas apparatus, containing 20 receivers,
each of whidh is ten feet long, twelve inches
in diameter, and which will sustain a pressure
of 900 Pounds to the square inch. By the aid
of one of Merrick & Son's gas pumps, the gas
received from the Altoona Gas Works is forced
into the receivers tote pressure of 600 pounds.
By means of pipes, it is conducted to the cars,
and there enters a receiver on each car, (7 feet
6 inches high, 14 inches diameter,) which, with
a pressure of 300 to 600 pounds, contains suffi
cient to supply two 6-foot and one 3-foot burner,
16 to 18 hours, or one round trip. The use of
gsa proves more satisfactory and popular with
passengers, but is probably more expensive
than oil or candles.
Essrot.—This annual festival occurs, this
year, on the last or 81st day of March. Has*
was celebrated by our pagan ancestors in April,
as a festival in honor of Eostre, the Saxon god
dess of love,.or Venus of the North. It is now
observed by the Christian church as a festival
in . commemoration of our Saviour's resurrec
tion, and answers to the Passover - of the He
Fm!.—Fun is the most conservative element
of society; and ought to be cherished and en
conraged by all lawful means. People never
plot mischief when they are Merry. laughter
is an enemy to malice, a foe to scandal, and a
friend to every virtue, promote!!good tem
per, enlivens the heart, and brightens thein.
tellect. Let us laugh when we can.
The London Penes of Feb. 6th; says the on
derwriters of LiverOa and London. have de
termtned to raise their rate one percent. on
cargoes from the Southern ports of the United
States., in order to cover the war and other ex
penses. There is another "lift'! to Southern
direct trade from the•secession madness. •
INFORNATION.—Kind reader, we are entrusted
with a delicate commission, which we know
not how to broach to you, except by simple
proposal. Will you forgive our abrupt brevity,
if we inform you, without further preface, that
laitam & Bowasx's cheap Dry Goods Store is
at the South East corner of Front and Market
streets:l' 2 t t
MMUS MUSLIMS ! Mumma !=lOOO yards
of the very best unbleached , Muslin, 10 cents ;
2000 yards of beautiful bleached ktmdin, 10
cents ; 2000 yards of the best long cloth Mus
lim 121 cents, which I will sell by the piece at
11 cents; 2000 yards of remnant of Calico
De Leine, to be sold very cheap ; remnants of
colored Silk, cheap ; De Laines and other dress
goods at cost ; Broche Shawls and other Shawls
at cost ; Cassimere for pants; Black Cloth,
Cassinetts, and a large lot of pants stuff at
cost ; a Splendid assortment of Cambrica, Jaw
netts, Cambric Bands, Hemstitched Handker
chiefs, which 'I will sell at auction prices ; white
and colored Flannel at cost. For cheep goods
call at B:lwires, Rhoads' old corner.
COUGHS.—The sudden changes of ciur climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience having proved that simple reme
dies often am speedily and certainly when taken in the
early stages of the disease, remorse shouldAt once be
had to "Brown's Bronchial Troches," or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough ; or Irritation. of_the ThiCit let . ever so
slight, as by this precautionw ore serious attack may
be warded off.' Public Speakers and Singers will find
them effectual for 'clearing and strengthening the voice.
See advertisement. delo-d-swawem
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND ONTMENT.—EDYSISS-
Les.—These deservedly popular medicines have met with
astonishing success in the cure or erysipelas, trines evil,
ring worm, scurvy, scrofulous eruptions, and all inilam
[tottery diseases 910 Skill. Other preparations may
afford a temporary relief, but the combined action o
these remedies will by their detergent and refilling
Properties effect a radical cure in the bleed and system.
Sold by all Druggists, at 21504,620. and $1 per tiox or
WOOD'S Ham .'Raltrioaaiflwaimong. all
preparations for ththair ;that have leen, infro4nced
Infallible monis:Us ever given the satiraction 'W. gelded
the popularity that Prof. Wood's. Hair EtesPratie snow
has. His RestorOyeAaikpasied the ordeal of innumer
able faildonableAolleht,cabd, the iiidleii, - erArevisi: theY
have tested it, pronounce it a peerless article. They
dad, wherever they have tested it, pronounce it a peer
less article? . ThPY-titici;.Whore the hap' is thinned; that
it creates a fresh grOwth--Aat:igtelly restores the ve
getative power of the roottrnu Ilenudea 'pieces, and
causes the fibres to siititibtli,i4eitilatiUssolvea
.and removes Alanflitor, prevents grayness, restores the
hair to itOorigheil,nOlor !hen- grayness has signally an
pervened, gives a rich lustre, dmpartir the softness and
flexibility of stilt to the hair, and teepw'it alwaytrhutri.
ant, healthy and hi Still viloir..—eff. Y. Tribune. , !
Sold by eh respectable Druggist! • dal lm
IDIFORTAFFIr TO MEIIKALES.
DR ' . °REESMAN'S 'PILLS,
Prepared by Carbines L. Cheeeenran,lff. D.,
RDW YORK CITY..
THE:combutatton of ch m
- Pills aro the ritult of a long and extensive practice.
eyare mild in their operation, and-certain in correcting
all irregularities" Painietideastruateps, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain inlthe.side, - palpitatiow of the heart, whites, all .ner-
Tons areetionsowsteriesi -fatigue, pain. in -the back and
limbs; disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
TO MARBLED •
Dr. Ohomematee Pills Me - invaluable, an they nrillbring
'on the monthly periodliiithmgattrity. Ladles whirrhit'col
beenrdisappointedinlhe aselotrother Pills can.plone the
utmost confidence in DiTeheeseman's Pills doing sll that,
They reprehisit fo dd.
Theiate and contaion offhe 'beak system en which the
Pais =Met be taken =ghoul producing esPEGTILLN
RESULT. 'Zile ataditioei referred to it :PREGNANCY—
the result, AtlialdttlildGß. khede it ' , Me trresistilie
tendency of the mallaine to restate he sexual functionsto a•
named comistion, that seen the reproductive power. of
nature cannot re set it..
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
ißiuriolls. Explicit directions, which should be read, as.
sompanyeach box. Price SE Sent by mairon enclosing
$l. to Da Continual L Opswnewe, }lox 4,551, Post Office,
Nair York (Sty.
Sold-by. one L vest hi every town In the 'United Stites
3 General forAgmatthio Milted &Mee,
.1 , 1 &midway, New York,
o tames ai Whelevae °Taira *ad be add. ...ed.
.Sold in Harrisburg by a A. RAN.zirr4 4
ova-deal . . .
BUY THE . BE'AST
CO AT 'X' ME
SALT RHEUM. AND SCROFULA,
PER; amixasrivie cultuin.
SALT ID - MUM, SCROFULA, SCALD HEAD,
.FEVM: SORES, RING-WORMS ; ,, BAR—
mils; ITCH, AND ALL ITCHING
OR BURNING SORES,AND ERUP
' IRONS OF THE SKIN.
.--Thhi'Clintment boars do resemblance. ay et nor ex
tseentl-rentedlutp.Oglept before the,Werld. The mode o
Re Vera** Feet:Oar.
t penetrates . to the basis of the disease—goes to its
ney souree—and cures it from the flesh beneath to the
lirln on the surface: ,
Other outward applications- for Scrofula, Salt .Rheum,
&to., .evsenste downward, thus driving the disorder'inwards,
and otter. necesdoittrig terrible internal maladies.
NOBTaleB OnrrAllitTr, On the contrary, throws the Pollen
of the disease" nenvard, and every particle of it Is dis
charged throe the pores.
Thus the cures it effects is complete. Not only are the
sores healed—the eruptions removed—the _swellings re
duced,-but the seeds of the disease are expelled from the
flesh ; consequently there caste no relays°.
Victims of ulcerous and eruptivecomplaints, who-have
tried every professional Mode of treatment and every ad
vertised curatkre without relief, here Is st certain, ids,
and, expeditious , remedy -.for the evils you endure. A
Ingle box will satisfy you of the truth ot all that is here
Rance its first introduction, the properties of the Oint
ment have been tested in the mostoludinate oases—cases
hat utterly defied the best medical skill in, the country,
and upon which the.most celebrated healing springs pro.
duced no effect—and in every Instance with every enc.
Bold in Large Boas—Price SO Cents.
GERRIT NORTON, Chemist, Proprietor, NOW York.
WHOLZSALi-neenr AT •
PRIFO LD,:P.MERA MOWERS.
Wholesale Drugglina, lb Bechlrall:st., N.N•
Sold byGgo,Bittemmt, Garrisburg, Pa.
THE GREAT ENGLISHIEMEM
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FBM•ALE PILLS:
: • • I
Prepared front a Preteripitow of _MTV: Clarke, X. D,
Thracian Exhwordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is =Ming in the aurae' all
those paled and dangerous' diseases to which the Emale
constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re
movie all obstructions; and a speedy cure may be
it, is peculiarly suited. It will, in it short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity. '
sack bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Grnat Britain, to prevent coantertena.
These PCs shaild not be taken by :fema les during the
IPTART 211:14.E MONMer Pregnatioy, einem aresure
to; thisv on Iqm:wile"' e, but At. any other time they erg
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, hese Pills wil
effect a cure when all other means have failed • and al.
though a powerful remedy,.do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thinghurtfal to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet 'around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
N.---8,—n1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorised Agent, win innure a
. bottle,.containing 60 Pills,
by return mail.
Tar way liy O. A. ilextrvenr: tyl dawly
Try ADVKIVEIBIR having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simpleviimedy; after
hariqg angered several years with a severe lung affect.
ion. and that dread disease, Consimptien=is 'anxious to
make known to his iellow-suffenns the means of enre.
To all who desire lt, he wilt send a copy of . the pre
scriptionused (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the name, which they will find a
sure cure forConsamption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ate. The
only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription
is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to be nvalnible, and he hopes every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as it will coot them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
IMF; RDWAPD A. WILSON,-
Kings county, New 'lock
W. A. BATCHELOR'S . RAI R DYE!
THIS SPLENDID HAIR DYE has no
equal--lastantaneous in effect—Reautfful Black or
atural Brown—no staining they skin or injuring the
Hair—remedies the absurd and illeffeet or Bad Dyes, and
invigorates the Hair for life. None are genuine unless
signed "W. A. Batchelor ', Sold everywhere. .
CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor.
MrPil dimly 81 Barclay Street, New York
SPAlaanCeli Piumenno Gum is designed for
repairing turnitnrein COO where cabinet-makers ,
glee is used. It is excellent Or mending books, rebid.
cuing the loosened leaves and:covers liiheitly and
uP hid WW,: or Ours gloe;pot, with a brtodt
admill become Indispensable to stirixoneeksemes. l . A.
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTEUNG SYRUP
for chtldrenteething, and SPALDING'S CDPHALIC
for headache. A fresh supply received at ICEL.
LIE 9 DRUG STORE, where you can purchase all the
saleable Patent Medicines of the day.
91 Market street,
two doors , east of Fourth slreet, south side.
APPLES I. APPLES,
PLEiI.., racevefroa eyorkstate,rors
at lowest cash price, by
febll JAMES M. WHEELER.
F OR RENT.—The. Tavetn Stand on
• nidgo Road, now ocoplcidtoy Name' W. Roberts is
Mewed for rent from the let of April next. Require of
feb9-def MRS. BRIM:MN, No. 80, Fourth Street.
HE PARTNERSHIP heret(6re
between MUCH Ss 00WPWRTHWAIT, In the
ereateile business, has this day been dissolved b y mu ,
teal consent. All claims against said firm, and all debts
owing to thneame be presented for settlement and
paid to ORTCH• BOWMAN, who are authorized tonettle
up the business or the concern, and who will wahine
business at the old stand, corner of Front and Market
street:" DANIBL MUCH, • „
feb7 THOMAS B. COWPIPHWAIT.
STORE . ROOM FOR RENT.
rpitE , STORE ROOM next to the . Court
1. House, late in the occupancy of Mr. Glover. Pos
session given on the flrat of.april. Enquire of ,
jau274, F. wyris.
STATE CAPITAL BANK,
CJiMERON, COLDER, EBY & Co.
OORNER 'SECOND AND WALY(I7 SIB.,
,HAE BIS BERG, PENN.
COIL REDUCED I
Consuraem of Coal Take Notioe 1
CALL DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE cur
L740:T9 BYTHR Alban WETHEI CLETE, Al
FOLLOWS , ' W A
• LO TES, FOR
048 E VIZ
LYIEBII'S VALLIIT NOT Coat, at $2 . 00 per ton.
" Bum. 800 Cam, at $2 90 per ton.
" ' Laws Rae " ats2 90 per ton.
gg gg Beam/ at $2 93 per .
BLIMIOIO2 COM CO.'S WITAGOSIUS,P3 STILIUGOO4T, $3 00.
" " Miens, $3 00.
" Boa, $3 00.
tt se ts N cT, $2 25 .
BB*. TOP Coat (for Smith's use) 12% cents a bushel.
2, 9 00 buShels OATs for sale . at lowest cash prices.
llrge lot 'of superior Bromosr AND OAK WOOD, for
sale at the lowest ratan. r"
Agent fortiiiPinit'e Gun and Mating Powder, for BRie
at Munductuer's prices.,
Coal delivered from. both yards, at above rates, by
Patent - WAsh Carts, which are cerWied to by the Sealer
of Weights and Measures.
gar Every consumer will &Wm weigh their Coal on
delivery, and if it fall short le 'pounds /will Plea the
A large, full and aoinpleta stbolc 'Ana beat kinds o
Coal, always will'befdund.on 4and.'
j29-1m . WifiELICR.
THE first Annuallieeting of the Harris
burgA. Corn Keening° deem:4om will be held at
DRAWS Bottorims HO TeL, . 01/ Money, the 4th day of
March, 1861 , at 10 O'clock a. m. Punctual attendance of
all the members is requeeted. as a•great deal of highly
important business will be transacted.
J9nbr. , VALLOWEIt,
' imsr2 - P resident.
A CONTROLLING ELEMENT OF.NA
ri 'fIONALITY le the system of educatien In a coon
try. proportion as the structure of a government
gives force to public Anition, that public opinion should
be enlightened."—frashing'on's Farewell Address. To
this end the people in general should be educated into
-correct and' familiar segusintance With the nature and
principles of our government end civil Institutions.
“OUR: GOVERNMENT:: An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country, .Isc. A MANG -
L FOR SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES AND POPULAR USE,”
Is work which, with proper historical notices, gives
the construction of the provisions of the Constitu tion of
the United States and of those of the several States, as
determined by JUdictal authority, or derived from stand
ard writers, Including some references to administrative
wa and practice, so as to show the actual working of our
general system of Governmest. Ills free from specula
tive opinions, conservative-in its tendency, and calculated
to cultivate-the love of our country. It has been used
to a coneiderable extent, in the EDUOATION OF YOUTH
in different States, and is recommended by Jurists,
Statesmen and Presidents, and Professors of Ciolleges.—:
Price $lOO. Sold by - wRINNEy,
del • Harrisburg, Pa.
lATHO HAYS any Affection of the
v v Lungs or Throat, or Chronic Diseases and wish
to be cured should consult Dn. STEIVAM who has had
many yearn experience in different sections of - the
UsltaD STAIRS and Oaxana,iind has cured (meek 'which
had been treated withoupbenellt , by what are esteemed
the hest PEMICIAIO 41100 UNION.
He has beenin HiCritiiburg for many months and has
restored to health hkeidida who had expended hundreds
of dollars with Physichens and Patent Medicines. He
can - refer to some of the best fatuities 1111 Harrisburg, and
can give the names of persona in the city and nearly ail
nuts or the State, venni he has oared of almost every
Ciao= Mame 1.3
He doesnot Imams to cure all diseases after theinan•
ner of acme advertising quacks, but will give a Candid
opinion in regard lo curability after examination.. The
medicines of Dr. 11.. are vegetable, and derived from more
than &hundred sortrees_ while traveling. Itt and
TWAT DIMAIIRS he has had great success by memo of
b ChkbOX OM which may be taken by the Inomacb
and . lsatrao. . -
Beware of GAmaso and the ,ftrivrt „Burners of the old
Iu ocurnsurra oe Flautsa his success has been re
markable, and he has ,cured affactlons or. .the Rya and
Zak :said to be incurable.
-Dr..s4sw.arsolicits wines Olio following, givoa np by
others : ,
liganuarn, Itnetntaram, ' FCROEVIA,
Qum% hiss Ccatts Swaim Kam,
SEZZAL Marmot, pitarSr , FALLLIG
Pam= Dieseeps, '.l)rartirela, Own.
Cancers relpovedby &nouveau:4 procured in Canada.
When so reiinealnapr: arzw.anr will visit: patients at
to l ewd to snialitionalons Dr. S. refers to Professors
Pancoast, Dungllgon and Meigs, of Philadelphia. He also
hese leavato refer to Senators Chaseand Pugh, and Hon.
Thomas Corwin, of Ohio.
Patients or their friends should call at the Ltrammt
HOllletrom 9 a. nt. to +3 p. m.
*atter% promptly attended to. febl9•dawSw
volt RENT.-THE DWELLING PART
• of the FOUR STORY BRICK HOUSE N 0.93 Market
street. Possession given on the "Ist.of April next. For
particulars enquire of [jar& ] J. B. SIMON.
seIATELSH, BROTHER ' S OLD RESERVE
WINE fall bodied and fruity. In store and for
e by JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
- feble 78 Market street.
Q STORAGE I STORAGE 1 !
KnORAGE received at the Warehouse
JAMBS M. WHEELEB
All persons indebted to the estate of
Daniel Rhoads, Assignor, are hereby nodded to call
2ee the Assignee and make settlement on or before
Wednesday the 20th of March, AS after that day the
books will be Placed in the bands or A. J. Herr, Esq., for
collection. EBY BYERS,
• . Assignee of D. Rboada
febl3-2aw-thr3w . .
FRESH AND COMPLETE assprtmen
JOS recolioCcip4 fOr sale by
20 WM. DOCK & CO.,
SOMETHING MORE VALUABLE
THAN SILVER OR GOLD,
IT WILL RESTORE THE WEAK,
REINSTATE THE BLOOD IN ALL ITS ORIGINAL
VIGOR AND PURITY
PROF. O. J. WOOD'S
Is precisely what its name indicates ; for, while pleases
to the taste, it is revivifying, exhilarating and strength
ening to the vital powers. It also revivifies, reinstates,
and renews the blood in all its original purity, and thus
restores and renders the system invulnerable to attacks
of disease. it Is the 0..1y preparation ever offered to the
world in a popular form so as to be within the reach of
all. . _
chemically and skillfully combined as to be the
most powerful tonic, and yet so perfectly adapted as to
act in perfect-, accordance with the laws of nature, and
hence soothe the weakest stomach, and tone up the di
geative organs, and allay all nervous and other irritation.
It is also perfectly exhilaratmg in its effectsi and yet it is
newer followed by lassitude or depression of spirits. It
is composed entirely of vegetables, and those thoroughly
combining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and.
consequently can never injure. As a sure preventive
and cure of
COI MIVION BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DTS
PRPSIA, L OSS OF APPETITE, FAINTNESS,
NERVOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PAL
PITATION OF THE HEART, RELAX
0110I,T, HYPOCHONDRIA, NIGHT
SWEATS, LANGUOR, GIDDINESS,
AND ALL THAT CLASS OF CA
- SRS SO FEARFULLY FATAL
THERE MI NOTHING ITS EQUAL.
Also, Liver. Derangements or Torpidity, and Liver
Comphtint, Diseases of the Kidneys, or any genera Lle
rangement of the urinary organs.
It will not only cure the debility following CHILLS and
FEVER, but prevents all attacks arising from klia.s.mstic
influences, and cure the diseases at once, if already at
TRAVELERS should have a bottle with them, as it fu.
fallibly prevents any deleteriods consequences followlog
upon change of climate and water.
As it prevents costiveness. strengthens the digestive
organs, tt should be in the hands of all persons of seden
LADIES not accustomed to out-door exercise, alloakt
always use it.
MOTHERS should use it, for it is aperfect relief. Taken
a mouth or two before the Anal trial, she will pass the
dreadful period with perfect ease and safety.
There is AO mistake about it.
THE CORDIAL IS ALL WE CLAIM Molt
MOTHERS, TRY IT !
And to you we appeal, to detect the illness or detains
not only of your daughters before it be too 14e, but also
your sons and husbands, for while the fortrier from false
delicacy, often go down to a premature grave, rather
than let their condition be knownin time, the latter are so
often mixed up with the excitement of business, that int
were not for you, they tco, would travel in the same
downward path until it is too late to arrest their fatal
fall. But the mother is always vigilant, and to, 3on we
confidently appeal; for we are sure your never-filling
affection will unerringly point you to Professor WOOD'S.
RESTORATIVE CORDIAL AND BLOOD RENOVATOR as
the, remedy which should be always on hand in time of
head what the Preaa Ray after thoroughly tee h% the
matter, and no one can have a doubt.
PROF. WOOD'S RESTORATIVE CORDIAL.—It is ree
corded In classics that Psyche was once sent to a climate
warmer than the West Indies to procure a sample of the
beauty of Proserpina in a box. After some delay the
messenger returned, and as soon as the lid of the box
was removed out flew all the Ills that flesh is heir to.—
Fortunately hope was found in the bottom of the box.
Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial revives the recollection
of the story, fora, Invigorates the.blood, aids the organ a
of digestion, impart' strength to thenersons system, and
fortifies the citadel of health, so asto bid defiance to the,
assaults of disease. It is a healthy tonic, composed eh
tirely of vegetable productions, and while it is exonera
ting as pure wine, no injurious results can possibly tollow
its use It is a desideratum in the medical world, and
those who are afflicted with loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia,
Consumption, Faintness, giddiness, Neuralgia, Palette.
Hon of the Heart, Ste., will here find an infallible panacea.
L'St. Louis Deily Express."'
PROF. WOOD'S RESTORATIVE CORDIAL End FLOOD
RENOVATOR is, without doubt, the best Tonic Cordial is
the world. To those who are suffering from general de
bility we would recommend its use; for, while it is pleas
ant to the taste, it is strengthening to the system, and
will at once tend to remove all impurities of the blood,
and eradicate all traces of disease. It can be takes by
the weakest stomach, while those in good heal h will at
once feel its exhilarating power. We are conudent that
after using one bottle of this cordial none will be.for a
day without It —"New York Leader."
A PURE, HEALTHY TONIC, and one free from th
deleterious and injurious elects sure to fellow those In
ordinary use, has long been felt to be a desideratum in
the medical world. Such a tonic, and one so skillfully
combined from the vegetable kingdom as to act in per
fect accordance with the laws of nature, and thus soothe
the weakest stomach, and at the same time allay ner
vous and other irritations, and tone up all the organs et
which the human body is composed, is offered in Prof.
Wood's Restorative Cordial and Blood Renovator. Hence,
it is perfectly adapted to cld and young. Reader, try it.
Thousands bays already done so, and the testimony to
universal in its favor.—" New York Atlas "
PROFESSOR WIE::"S RESTORATIVE CORDIAL AN
BLOOD RENOVAT for the cure of General Debility, or
Weakness arising from any cause, also Dyspepsia, Nerv
ousness, night Sweats, Incipient Consumption, Liver
Complaints, Biliousness, loss of appetite, Female Weak
ness, in all its stages, also, to prevent the contraction of
disease, is certainly the best and most agreeable cordial
tonic and Renovator - ever offered to the Mulcted, and so
chemically combined as to be the most powerful WOW
ever known to medical science. Reader, try it. is wrtt
DO YOU OOOD. We have no hesitation in recommendiag
since we know it to be a ale, pleasant, and sure re
pm"edy for the diseases ammerated.- 6 •New York Dis-
Before noticing a patent medicine, we have to be cer
tails that it will prove itself to be all that it is recom
mended. And we would say that the Rietorative Cor
dial and Blood Renovator of Prof. Wood will stand the
test fully, and, In fact, iris without any doubt the Drat
article in market for purifying the Blood and strengthen
ing the system. We havo no hesitation in recommending
its use to all.. The New-Yorker."
LOOK TO YOURSELF IN TIME.—Bow many in conse
quence of a false delicacy suffer from suppriesed, pain
ed, or obstructed mensuration, and think because they
are young that by-and-by natore will work itself clear
froin obstructions, and all come in right in the end, little
dreaming that the seeds of death are already germina
ting In the system, because the vital energies are im•
paired, and ihe entire animal economy deranged, debili
tated; and yet, careless of themselves as they are; if a
remedy were set before them witich would restore all the
functions of the system, and remvigoratia - the hod*, they
would take it, 'and thus be in time to save their lives.—
Parents, think of this, and at once give them a bottle of
Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial andßlood Renovator.—
"The New York Courier.. .
0. J WOOD,Proprietor, 444 Broadway, New Yea,
and 114 Market street, St. Innis, Mo. -
At N 0.444 Broadway, all the Family and Patent
Medicines constantly - on baud, always iresk and genuine.
Ford ti Itanotober, Washington Avenu Sole agents
for Albany; Or H. Snell, agent for Schenectedy.
Sold also by A. B. Sands ktro', - comer of Fulton and
WlDiam streets. jan2s so 3unt
"GET THE BEST."
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RAVING '.coneltided to discontinue the
bush:sass, we offer our large cod complete assort ,
meut.ot FLA Biossms, and liquors of every ea
sorl.ett?9.at cost without reserve.
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