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Wednesday Afternoon, March 6, 1861
General Scott—The Country owes
him a debt of Gratitude.
It is now fimly believed that had it not
been for the determined efforts, prudence
and foresight exercised by the old Hero
of Lundy's Lane, the inauguration of
President:Lincoln would have been attend
ed with trqutle, and in all probability
bloodshed. His eagle eye has watched
the movements of the Traitors of this
country for some time past, and he avert
ed the capture of the National Capital by
the secessionists. The country is yet too
much excited by the astonishing criminal
ity of late events affecting the government,
to feel •tlie sentiment of devout thankful
ness that will fill men's minds when they
can calmly , see the dangers that the Re
public has escaped. With ha:f the Cab
inet—the Secretary of War, the Secrets
ry of the Navy, the Secretary of the .
Treasury and the Secretary of the Interi
or—engaged, for at last two years, in dis
severing the Union, controling meanwhile
the President as perfectly as if he had
been a nose of wax in their hands; lend
ing all the force of their iespective de
partments to the werk; mattering the
army along an endless frontier, far re
moved from rumor of passing events;
sending the ships of the navy to the utter
most ends of the earth; stealing without
remorse the money of the government;
putting all available arms and munitions
of war in- the traitors' hand; filling all
subordinate 'places in the Departments
with disloyal officials; fomenting section
al*and partisan hate with all the powerful
mean's at their command; controlling for
their own bad purpose the leaders of a
great party, who did not, we in charity
hope, suspect the full scope of Southern
designs—it is a wonder that we have any
government at all—that the whole fabric,
thus undermined by those sworn to defend
its integrity, did not tumble down and in
volve everything in ruin. Men talk of
this being a weak government—a rope of
sand—a thing that any whiff of wind
may blow over; It is not. The strain
that it has endured , since Mr. Buchanan
went into power provei that there is noth.
-lug stronger or - more enduring in all
Chiistendiit. There is not a State in
Europe that could have stead such an as
malt. France, England, Austria, Italy or
Russia would have succumbed in half the
time that has been consumed in the effort
to detach seven semi-barbarous Staters from
this Confederacy, if the governing, powers
therein had been working for the rain that
Floyd,'Touoy, 'Cobb and Thompsoninten
ded. Make of Napoleon the imbecile that
Buchanan is, and his Miniateriof Warible
rine, Finance and the Interior, traitors as
black ass — those who for four years have
guided the destiny of this country, and
revolution would follow in six months:—
Let the English Ministers plot as our
Ministers 'plottedy and the Empire would
be certainly dismembered. That we have
not already civil war and its attendant
horrors, involv ing every, State in the
Union and all parties and factioas; that
any slave State - still nominally adheres to . i
the Union ; that We have been able to pre
;terve the Capitol and the national archives
from the hands of the spoilers, is to us a
Eurce of, perpbtutil amazement. ''
The *country does net yet know how
much' it owes to General Scott. That
gallant soldier and eminent patriot has
been the centre around which all loyal
men have rallied—the object in the field
of vision, of which the plotters were
afraid, and before which Buchanan trem
bled. His wisdom, firmness and zeal have
been worth more than an army. He
planted himself in the way in which con
spirators bad resolved to go, and there he
madeohimsalf an obstacle that they could
not surmount. Suppose—to illustrate his
services—he had been as disloyal as some
of- hia,aubordioates ; that he had exalted
likfealty, to Virginia above hisleyalty to
the Republic. Who can contemplate the
mischief be might have accomplished and,
the ruin he could -have wrought, • wake*,
feeling that , he has . been inspired , hy a
higher poier than h uman government for
the blessing of mankind ?- Who can know
the morikthan Roman firmness he has dis
played, 4 the courage with which he
assumed the ontrol of the President, and
exercitied-a rest'at over factions, with
out fieldi fi g to h the ,praise which
should follow the savior of the Staten.
THE St. Louis 'Democrat says that the
Federal officeholders in that State are
44, mong the . : most malignant aisnnionists.-
E awat-:the bread 'of the government
ti )Atting:to'deetroy." So else-
Hi BB ? 0 4 h9rt r 7" - 7 '
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* Floyd's Bogus Acceptances.
Ex-Attorney-General Caleb Cushing
has given an opinion that the General
Government is illegally liable for all the
fraudulent acceptances issued by the trait
or, John B. Floyd, in the capacity of
Secretary of War, of which there are said
to be now outstanding only about six hun
dred thousand dollars. But nobody
seems to know for certain what is the real
amount. According to previous decisions
of the Supreme Court :
• When the United States, by their authorized
officers, become a party to a negotiable paper,
they have all the rights and incur all the re:pan
anglifies of individuals who are patties to such
Or ; the language of Justice Baldwin :
If he [the head of the department] accepts
the draft of a contractor absolutely, the United
States are bound to pay it to the holder, to the
same extent and on the same principles which
apply to a bill of exchange drawn and accepted
by a private person.
Mr. Cushing contends that any private
individual, dealing honestly and in good
faith with a publio officer, - more especial
ly a head of a department, has a right to
presume the integritp of his acts, and
ought not to be prejudiced by his reliance
on the reciprocal honesty and good faith
of sucks high officer of the . Government.
And he further argues that it would be
scandalous, immoral, oppressive, intolera
ble, to assume that every private citizen of
the 'United States Jrho has to deal inci
dentally with any
,department of the
Government shall be held to suffer the
consequences of some unknown and un
imaginable malfeasance in office on the
part of its head. For all the relations of
such a matter, every citizen has a right to
presume the sole responsibility of his Go
vernment; and the Government would
but render itself infamous in pretending
that the consequences of its own want of
honesty should be borne by innocent pri
vate persons. •
We supposed it would be just so.—
There is no redress for poor old Uncle
Sam—not even the poor satisfaction of
punishing the thieves, swindlers and
traitors who have robbed his exchequer
of the last dollar, and left him hopelessly
A Parliamentary Threat.
Daring the scene in the House at the
passage of Mr. Corwin's amendment on
Thursday, Mr. Howard, of Michigan,,in
slated that all the members should occupy
their own seats, and "preserve order. "He
asked this for thrpurpose of enforoing the
rules, that, if other means be unsucoess
r ful, members be called by name. The
Speaker said he would be compelled to do
so in the event that .members did not obey
the request of the Chair."
The effect of this parliamentary penalty
when the Speaker calls a member , by
name was once the subject of inquiry in
the House of Commons. A. member not
obeying the Speaker's call to order, the
Speaker at last exclaimed in a voice of
thunder, "if the Member does not come to
order, thp Chair will call him by name 1"
whereat the member dropped into his seat
as if he had been shot.
After the House had adjourned he ap
proached the Speaker submissively and
inquired what would probably have been
the consequence if the Chair had carried
out'the threat of calling him by name.
"The Lord only knows," replied the
The Inaugural Address in the South
The Inaugural Address of President
Linooln has received the universal appro
val of all Union• men, not. only in the
North but also in - 0e South. The Balti
more Clipper, a strong Bell paper during
the last MMUS remarks
The inaugural address of• Kr. Lincoln, which
we lay before our readers this morning, is com
mendable fur its temperance and conservatism.
It is' firm in the nationality 'of the sentiments
exproesed and eminently peaci-lovirt and con
servative in its recommendations. We heartily
cam mend it as a genuine Union address worthy
of the fullest approbation of ovary conservative
Unio ri-loving man in the SAARI as well as in
the North, and not in any witty obnoxious to
the ultra but honest advocates of Southern
Sigh M. If Lincoln's inangural is an augury of
the c haracter of his administration, the country
may be congratulated upon his election to the
Traitors ht the Narth.
The Pennsylvanian of yesterday makes
the following observation about the LIN
oars Administration :
# 4 What has Mr. Lincoln done I Lass than Con
mi. What does he promise f Nothing but
,Coercion. Will , the Border States be satisfied
to-wait longer under'delusive promises iniedd"=
ed only to Jul! their apprehensions While 'the
chains are being forged with which'to bind
them hand and foot? If so, we will give them
credit for more patience than Job'ivas poisetis-
Verily these are the words of as traitor
to his country, at , the North, (a there
any sensible man who endorses`the. above?
If there. be we would like to see :him, al
ways excepting our neighbor of the Union.
ONE Jones, Who, had been sent ,to pris.
on for marrying two wives, exemlad him
self by skiing thatsWll,64te-104 one OW
fought with- him r hut when he got two* ,
they fought with 4,9h-Pther• I
13eunsvInaniaMak) (Telegraph, illebneobav 'Afternoon, „March 6, 1861.
ORGANIZATION OF NEw TERRITORIES.
Both houses of congress have now passed,
in a concurrent shape, bills organizing the
new territories of Dacotah, Colorado and
Nevada. Kansas has already been ad
mitted into the Union as a State at this
session, and from all prese* appearances
the preliminary action for the admission
of New Mexico as a State will take plane
this week. The only remaining territories
. to be cared for in some way are Utah,
the Indian or Neasho Territory, and east
ern or unorganized Oregon.
Interview with the President.--Speech
to the Pennsylvania, Delegation.
Several State delegations this morning, at
different times, paid their respects to President
Lincoln. Prominent among them: were those
The interview took place in the east room,
where President Lincoln was addressed on the
part of the Pennsylvania delegation, by Mr.
Ketcham, of Luzern, to 'which he mace the
following response : • '
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Penn
sylvania Delegation—As I have so frequently
said heretofore, when I have had occasion to
address the people of the Keystone, in my
visits to that• State, I can now but repeat the
assurance of my gratification at the support you
gave me at the late election, and at the pro
mise of a continuation of that support whicu is
now tendered to me. ,
Allusion has been made to the hope thatyou
entertain that yon' have a President and a gov
ernment. In respect to that, I wish to say to
you that, in the position I have assumed, 1
wish to do, no more than I have ever -given
reason to believe I would do. Ido not wish
you to believe that I assume to be any better
than others who have gone before me. I pre
fer rather to have it understood that; if we ever
have a government on the principles we pre
fer, we should remember, while we exercise
our opinion, that others ave also rights to the
exercise of thoir opinions, and we should en
deavor to allow these rights, and act in such a
manner as to create no - bad feeling. I hope
and wish it to be understood, that, there may
be allusion to no unpleasant differences.
We must remember that the people of all the
States are entitled to all the privileges and im
munities of the citizens of the several States
We should bear this in mind, and act -in such
a way as to say nothing insulting or hritatiug.
I would inculcate this idea, so that we may not,
like Pharisees, set ourselves up to be butter
than other - people. Now, my friends, ray pub
lic duties are pressing-toLday, and will prevent.
,rny, giving more time to yttu. Indeed, 'should
not have ieft them now, but Tcould not -well'
deny myself , to so large and reklpectalkl# a body.
Mr. Lincoln here closed. Ilia address was
loudly applauded. • •
General Scott and Secretary •Ifolt were also
visited. To the greetings of the Pennsylvania
delegation General Scott made a brief, patriotic
and iriendly speech. Mr. Holt expteseed him
self honored by the visit, and his regret that
the brief time he bad occupied the department
had not enabled him to do more for the coun
try in this time of its troubles.
The State delegations hive all day.been call
ing on the President, Gen. Scott, and other dis
tinguisl ed gentlemen. The latter, in address
ing the Illinois delegation this afternoon, • ex
hotted them to stand by the Union; and cherish
a feeling of fraternity toward all sections.
Representative Drag, who occupies apart
ments in the same house with Geu. Soott, was
called out to reply, and among other things.he
said, that Scott had sired the country, in 1882
and in 1860, and paid, an eloquent tribute to
his bravery and patriotism. .
The rooms of the newly confirmed members
of the Cabinet are overcrowded to-night with
Special Session of the Senate.
- Wasnrsorou, March 5.
The floor of the Senate Chamber was densely
crowded to-day before the members were called
to order. The utmost anxiety was everywhere
expressed in relation to the formation of the
Cabinet. This was the subject uppermost in the
mind of every one. •
The Senate met at one o'clock. The Chaplain
made an impressive prayer, especially in behalf
of the President of the United States.
On motion of Mr.-Rale, of New Hampshire, .a
committee of two was appointed to wait on the
President, to inform hini that _the Senate was
ready, to receive - any communication he might
be pleased to make.
Messrs. Hale and Douglas were appointed the
committee, and entered Immediately upon their
The Senate took a recess of half an hour, and
on re-assembling, Mr. H4le reported that the
committee had performed the duty assigned to
them, and that the President had inforthed them
he would forthwith communicate a message in
After a short interval, Mr. Nicolay, the pri
vate secretary of I.he President, appeared ;with
the message,'4fieh, .
On motion of Mr. Bale, the &nide wesifinto
executive session.. ,
The Senate remained in aeoret session lor an
hour and-'s half; and 6Ohfumed the following
Cabinet appointment; which had :been made
by the Presicielit:
Secretary of State—William H. Seward, of
Secretary of the Treasury—Salmon P. Chase,
Secretary of War—Simon Cameron, of Penn
sylvania. - • - - •
Secretary of the Navy—Gideon Welles, of
Secretary of the. Interior--Caleb
Attorney Generek,—Edvvard Bates; of ktis
Postmaster General—Montgontory _Blair, of
The votes by which these appointments were
confirmed were unanimous Tor all except Mr.
Bates and Mr. Blair, four or five votes befog
cast against each, that many oldecting to theta
becirtue they were un willing that any men from
the slave States should go into the Cabinet.. A
large crowd was assembled around. the door,
anxious to hear the result of the Executive
Meeting of the Arkansai Convention:
Lottisvmr.e, March fi::—.The ..AilCansaa State
Convention met yeitit*Y l Union .
punts by six majority. • • ; $
WesatizatoN, March 6
The Inaugural In Alabama
The general opinion regarding Lincoln's in
augural is that it is a declaration of war. The
Convention was in secret session during most
of. the day, and again to-night.
Buchanan's Departure from Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, March 6.
Mr. Ouchanan left here at nine o'clock this
morning, escorted by th : City Guards.
Sailing or the Steamer America,
It'osTorr, March 8.
The royal mail steamship America sailed at
9 o'clock this morning for Liv'erpool.
Latest Advices from Washington.
CALLS UPON THE PNEslDENT.—Delegates from
Indiana and Maine` severallypaid their respects
to the President this morning. In response to
their greeting be made a bad but evidently
satisfactory address. -
'l'us Nsw Centrum—The comma sions of the
new Cabinet officers have been signed by the
President, and Secretary Seward was the first
to enter upon the duties of hispffice at the
State Departmen4 It was exppcted that ex-
Secretary Dix would vacate his office to-day,
but at the request of hissuccessor. (Gov. Chase,)
he holds over till to morrow. When Mr. Dix
entered upon his duties the Treasury was liter
ally bankrupt. There were requisitions on his
table from the Departments, which there ware
no means of paying, exceeding $1,900,000.
Fishing bounties unpaid, amounting to nearly
$450,000, and Treasury notes overdue amount
ing to about $860,000, in all, $2,700,000.
These have all been paid. Yesterday the au
counts watts stated in expectation of Mr.
Chase's entering on his duties, and they show
a balance in the hands of the Treasurer of the
United btates and disbursing agents applicable
to the (torrent expepses of the Government
These, with the current receipts from the
customs, "amounting to. about $BO,OOO per - day,
in coin, it , is believed' will enable the in
coming administration to sustain itself with
out calling for further loans for a considerable
length of time.
THE ADVEBTIBIA, having been restored to
health In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, alter
having antlered several years with a Revere lung abet.
ion. and that dread disease, Consamptien-11 anxious to
make known to his fehow•eutferera the means of cure.
To all who desire lt, he will send a copy of the pre
ioript'on used'(free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and acing the same, which , they will find a
sure cure for Cousumptlon, Asthma,. Bronchitis, dm. The
only object of the advertiseehisendilig the Prescription
Is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to be ntlatuable, and he hopes every au! ,
serer will try his remedy, as it will , cost thern . nothin4
end may prove a blessing.
Pates wishing the prescription will please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
- . Wdliamsburgh,
Kings county, New York.
PURIFY THE BLOOD
Mamie' Las Pats Arai Pastas Burgas
Free front all Mineral Poison. In cases of etrolttla
Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Diedicluea is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effects on the blood.--Billions Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Plies, and iu short,
most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties
So family should be without, them,,as, by their timely
ase mach suirering and impel - Me maybe saved.
• Prepared by W&L B. MOFFATi• 31.'D., New York, and
r sale by all Druggists 'nov9-wly
A. BATCRELOR'S HAIR -DYE!
PHIS SPLENDID HAIR DYE has ijo'
equal. -- instantaneous in.erect—Beautiful. Black Or
wat Brown — no staining the Akin or injuring the
Bair—remedies the &bawd and indica of Bad Dyes, and
invigorates the Hair for life. None are genuine unless
- signed Batchelor." Sold•ererywhere.
• . CHAS. BATCHELOS,Proprietor.
scirl9 dimly 81 Bartley 'Street, Nelell'Ork
SPALDING'S. Paraaara Gus is designed for
inpatient furniture la ail cases where cabinet-makers'
glue Is used. It Is excellent tbr mnndlug books, read-.
ening the loosened haves and naeriqdlokly and Arkalk.
It is pat up in a bottle or `ass slee•pot , with a bruen,
beoo se indispensable to She housesseeper.
[ AMBROTITES - FOR 2;5 'CENTS.
T HE subscriber respectfully 'announces
to the citizens of Haarisbneg arid vicinity, that he
ass taken rooms over ICELKER , o HARDWARE STORE,
south east corner of Market Square, Where be it prepared
to execute every eiy.e of AAHIRDPTPES, the /mat
prices, from 25 cents and upward*. D &Ourzazo ant,
c.refully Lopled, and Pictures intertediti Lockets and
Pins. Eases oral! deacrip. , otte constantly owhOd.
Give me a call if yen wont a goOwand`cheip ennuis ;
tn7dlot 'GEORG& R. PARKER,'Ainbrotyp
QBAIIED PROPOSALS to furnieh the
Dant& in County Poor Haute with such meat as may
wanted from time to time, will be received by the
Ditemors up to the 272E1 DAY or ktARCH, and opened
~ nd toot - act awarded on TUESDAY, the 24 of April, 1161,
to the iowest bidder: The meat most be of good quality
and delivered at the builling.
All prOPMIXf to beldUided to the steward of the Poor
House. • JOHN RA
. • ' - ,SIHuN DANIEL.,
meadaltw Directors after.
for erlrmall family, in Third' dices above North
street,. Enquire of Cobitabls GARMAN. 6-Stes
M. DC HATTON'S
Z i erctioberry Alley between AAA anii
• Sixth , Streets.
HIS ESTABLISHMENT is stocked' with
ezoetlrot HOLISM, OARRIAGI BIJGGIES, &0.,
Wbleh will be tared. on rational:4e *lane.
resr7-8m • • . J. Q. ADASIft, agt.
ELECTION . PROCLAIIATIOL
TN COMFJ lAN with the City: ()hatter. ( n o ttse Is hereby given to the vdtera ' ot *44
several wards of the said city, that an eleetiottforiter
sons to All the various aloes no Slid oity,Norlit be
held at their usual places, on the finahrishav or manor;
being the 15th day of said month. 1501, b.tween the
hours or a o'clock in the morning and '7 o'clock in the
evenieg of said day. - • •
In the FIRST WARD the quallded voters will meet at
the School Poase corner or, From street and Mary's al
ley, In said city, and vote for one person ior Member of .
Common COanstli - one wean for Constable; one-personor Asa seer, one Periawiter •Judge;.B4lli§9P:r6e
Inspectors or election of said ward, and Reboot cirectora.
In then.NOND WARD toe quaiided voters willmteet .
On said day iii the West Wuniew or Herr's Motel oa mar:
Yet street, and Meat One person for Common CounoliiMie
person for Constable, one person for Ammer, one par
lop for Judge, and two per'one for of Election
o r said : ward,. amrSdhoul Directors. w •
In the THIRDWARDthe qualified
_vote re will meet on
said city at the Echoed House, corner of Walnut street
sill River alley, iu said city, and:vote for.one person for,
CialMoll Council, cue person for Countable, ene Person
(or Assessor, one person fur_Judge,,and two persons for
lospectors of Motions of said ward, and - School m.
In the FOURTH WARD the qnsittled voters will,meet
(inlaid day at the School liou.e in WestStrue street, and
rote for one person for Common Council, one person for
Constable, one person for mentor, one person for Judge
and two persona for Inspectors of Eteetions of said
ward, and. School Directors.
In the MPH, WARD the quelled voters will meet on
sad day, at the D.dry of Jam roster;cornor of Ridge
doad ant North Avenue, and 'vote for one person f o r
Constable, one person for Asaesior, one ferden for Judge,
ixtd two perions far leoPeelors ?f,ltlection of said ward,
an d eehtol Directors
t 'the baud WARD the qualified voters will, meet at
the school dense, on Urtlinkstreet west of Ridge Avenue,
and vote fir 011 ti pardon for Common Connell, ens person
for Aiderman, one , person for Constable. one person for
Antes or,.oueßerAll lor.Jinige,..and., two persensfor
spec or of RJections 9f said ward,. and Rolm! Director*.
Divett,ender myhalidat the Moi
a cr's Chigoe
_ • wei. . O
MONTGOMERY, March 6
Wesatwarco, March. 6
N en) Wrindistmtnto.
INA.LLISTER'S ? t ,
ALL-HEALING OINTMENT I
a TRY ITS TRY IT t 2
• d. Radical Ratorative of &tensible Respirahon.
IT •is a fact, beyond the power of
contradiction, that It is Infallible In the cure of
Burns, Sealds, Nervous Diseases, AU
T MOT.. Piles, Scrofula. Erysipelas,
Chilblains, Sore Eyes, quinsy,
- Croup, Rheumatism, Colds,
Cold Fee I, Liver Complaint,
Asthma, and ail
DISEASES OF THE OIEEST.
It is rightly termed All-Healing, for there is :
scarcely a MOAN external or Internal that It silt :
For sale at the Grand Depot. 1i
- N 0.1411 Ftrwar Siam, Naw YOU:. ._,.
And by allDruidatfthroughtiut the linked States. W
. e. l J. MOLLISTER, ill
143 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Arents mantel immediately to Introduce it Into m
el families, who may receive it on liberal terms, for li
Er cash marlS.d3m 7.;
POCKET 'I3OOK :LOST.-.
?TIRE UNDERSIGNED lost a pookSt book
l in uarrtiburg on the 22d ult, containing a note of
Balsbach for. 8140; probated at the Lebanon
papers and- in 1860, and various other pawlend , recelpti of
no value to any one bat the owner. The finder will con
fer a favor by returning them. J. L. 1 , 117T1N11,
m6.2wd Pinegrove, Schuylkill Co.
A BALE CHEAP.—A full sot of the
COLONIAL RECORDS 'and ARCHIVES will be sold
cbeap. Apply at
me St THIS OFFICE.
BOURBON WHISKEY 1
AVERY superior article of BOURBON
WRISKST, in quart bolas, in store and for sale by
Joax. - u. ZIEGLER, •
mar 4 7$ Market Street.
F 0 R RENT .—The House and. Store
Room in Market Spare, adjoining property of. Dr.
Jacob G. Witiatling and Rudolph F. Molter. Poseenden
given on Molina of April. Apply to
ltd*Attorney at Law.
OF every description in cans and jars,
each package warranted.
MIPS WM. DQOIC JR &00.
WASHINii MADE QUICK ANDEABY.
HARRISON'S HOUSEHOLD SOAP.
TT is DETlollitit; ] ' = lt removes all'dirt; and
washes with or without rubbing.
,t is miasmic. It removes ell stains by OS, Paint,
Printers' Ink, Wagon or Michine Grease.
ItisamwcaeB.. tbleacheskrownolothes white, and
'White clothes wldnlcf: • - • - •
issmouserr. It gives a rich - permanent 'hither, and
makes the hands soft, whiteand elastic. -
It is a pat o= W,aeass, in any water, hot or cold, herd
Or loft, Bait or fresh, of finest lawns, and •all glades, to
the coarsest clothes.
It is Lemma. It does much washing with little cost.
It is ECONOKIM. It save* wear and tear, time, labor
and money. .
It combines all the good, and none of the bad proper.
ties of every other Soap, therefore it is a Purger SOAP.
It is a Perfect Soap for all - uses of the Household. In
the Laundry, for clothes of every description,fer the
Wash stand—for cleaning paint, glass t ware, parceled%
crockery; table, kitchen and dairy utensils. •
Direction' Accompany-each take. Samples ittutle had.
Mal or maser, upon application at oar store. The
cakes welsh about one pound, and do not cost more than
any of the ordinary Maps now in the market.
Wet. DOCK JR. & 00.,
marl . - Agents for. Harrisburg.
FOR RP. NT.
ATWO STORY BRICK DWELLING
ROUSE on Front !nowt.
Aistidt TWO SPORY.NRIOE DWELLING ROUSE on
Penn otroot, city of Harriaborg.
Apply to C. 0. 7:ISIIIERMAN,
No. SS, South Soconditreet.
:AND TIER .UNI.O.N.
~T SELLER'S ;DRUG} STORE will
find an assertmentof fine Ladies'lraveling Satchels -
T SELLER'S DRUG STORE you will
44. find a great variety of Walking Canes.
A T KELLER'S DRUG. STORE you will
Ii fled au unrivilleit ossonment of rofftonery, Po
made; Hair 011 s Castbatida, Soaps, ke.
"T KELLER'S Df.tia, STORK .you will
AL, and Brnaltes=kaglieli Tooth 'and
Bruebee, Cloth and Leather Breathes.' - • ,
- • •
AT KELLER'S . DRUG: STORE you will
Hada 800 lot of Silehriet'a Pocket Cutlery.
A T KELLER'S DRUG. STORE you will
:Alattluits large stock of Portmonnales, Parsee, Wade,
! t oad Seger Cates. • A
A T KELLER'S DRUG ,STORKt.you
21 flad a choice lot of Heel= Cigars.
No. 91 Market Street, .
1021 , • Tim-Doi:4l;Am*. or tom* Street.
NUT — COAL 'S
ONLY T 1.76 ~t) . EIt TON.
PREVORTON 41117 COAL for sale -at
-51 75 per lon, delivered 174'5161A Weigh Carts.
YINEGROVE E0.5.1.0a5t, received by eare.:for- sale byfe feast Jambs H. WHITLER.
DR, T 4 J - MILES ,
- nFFERS his services -to the citizen"- of
Hazrlsbarg and its vicinity. He solicits a share'of
the publto'petronage sod gives assurance that` his best
endeavors-shill be given to render satisfaction in his pro.
fusion. Being an old, well tried dentist, he feels sale in
smiting tbe public generally to can on him,' assuring
bens that they will not be dissatisfied with hii - services
Olio No: 12S Market street, in the house toimiel'ot
opted by Jacob R. Eby, near the United Stites -Rote;
Harrisburg, i2 , • wtylkil •
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.
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• PHILADELPHIA FASHIONS:
ONE PRICE GIFT
No. 807 =STN IIT STRXEN
A !superb stock of tine Prank lingl!eh and excifiriee*
. and VESTINGS,
For aaty and Country trade; anapProaabable as
eortment of Ilium" Una Otantavat the' lowest. cab
atarßut ONR PRICE Li asked, and a GIFT of IntrLaide
worth and use presented wi;h"Miohurtiule sold. -
putt unlei attention paid to`the Cistemer departmadi
and garments`made andsent to order to` tny address:
In Inaugurating this new system of doing Medneas,
GGANVILLie STORRS would impress --on thelmhzds ei
the patrons of his establishment, that the cost or the gift
is deducted from, and sot added to the price of the anti.
ele sold. Nis immensely increasing. ealsieusbUng him
to act thus liberally, and at the same time Wreaks, a
articles guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
GRANVILLE S TO KES'T
ONE PRICE CLOTHING,EItti!OE.IIIM
oetl9-6md—rriarO-Of 1 4 in
FARM F OR BALE. --
TH' subscribers offer for sale On
• HONORED •AND - EIGETY.SLX ACNE OF LANE,
situate 121 Seseueliatina' township Dauphin county, a
joining Ditide'of' X. 0: Mster, Jo h n H. Fox and others ' ;
thereon erected a7largie:'TlVO-fiTuRY, STONE - ROUSE;
-BANS BARN ; link': all-,the 'necessary ZoiXtutiloljtil.-
IThere is one of the finest Apple
D reher& in.,the,ceuntY
upon the property, together with a pod' vein 'Of Itne;
819110_," Miders it Will be again* body, - or is portions to suit
purchas. ~ .
If oo t s i old'heforeDittutosT, the 16th of Mason, it will
then bo•tdratto at public, _ sale, at the Court House* Ear
iishurg. Ear forthetplenquife.te
- . .:,,-• ~ ',.. a A: 'O. glikintli, ' '
... ..,....—•--,. . otiollit.WPlnuista gr•
-., tobliklwants . ~ ,, -i..... i.- .-
, ..... /,---:„.' . __:.:,..::1". t•
IMPROVED GOURD SEED CORN pro
daces inan two to Pow acre to single stock, (yo u ,
Bee, ) per.bustutkearn. 62 03, 6 cents per car.
EXTRA EARLY ADAMS' WHITE, per bushel, es ti.
$6 00, 6 cis nts i sr ear.
SIGNEL'S EVER9REEN SWEET, (Pena) per Susbet
$2 00, 5 cents regrew
EXTRA EARLY BUSH &QUASH, (r nee,) per mud ,
$1 00. ,
Bea. PEIPPER BRED. (03430,) per pound, 26 cents.
GUERNSEY o cue PARSNIP, pee 26 pounds, 50 outs ,
single pound T 6 cents.
All kinds of Hot Bed Plants in their season.
Alio, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Vines, Shrebbery,
WSJ varieties STRAWS/OM PLUMS.
Dourent varieties B4OkIIIIIIIT Puma
Lawron InAcionsior Pierre.
A New Feature in the Spice Tradel
IMPORTANT TO HOUSBILF.XPER,BI
E. DURKEE & CO.'S
Ix Tin Ail; kUned wftft:Pqxtr,) and Pe ll. Weight
BLACK PRPPBS, NUTMEG,
•WEIIEE PEPPER, A LL:PIOE, sidCE.
• • '
THIS AGE of, adulterated and taste.
„IL lees hplotel, It li With confidence that we Introduce
to the attention of honiekeepers these superior mid
genuine articles. We guarantee them not only
ABSOLU 'igLY AelD PERFECTLY PURR,
bet ground from fresh Sprees, redacted and e!eaned by
as amid/ for the purpose, without reference to cost_
They are beautlfulty packed in tin foil, (lam with ra
per.) ,to prevent injury by seeping, and are FULL
WEIGHT. while the ordinary ground a pices are almost
Invariably short. We warrant them ! In point of mega
a*l richness of flavor,
BEYOND ALL COMPARISON,
as akingle trial will abundantly Drove. livery paekeg.
bears our Trade Nark. Manufactured only by
R.= MEEK & CO., New Y or k .
For:saleby WEE DOCK JR: &CO.
CURRANT, , PEACH,
Just,rmelved from New York and warranted super
Roe. [PeM] W l 4. AXIL Jr., & Co.
lIENS' VALLEY NUT COALI—For
safe at $ 00 per ton. .
- ALL COALL DCLIYFRICD BY PAYMI
. • JAMES M. WHEELER.
Aar Opal deliveredfrowboth,yarda. . novl6
rPhe Bttbeoriber having lately purchased
1. the good , will and Furasture of the White Hall
Rotel in the city of Harrisburg, opposite the County
Caulk-House, of which he Rill enter, Into poraession on
April, .at next, will, therefore, car at public outcry.
ON rffElSch DiiY OP mktort • NEVI;i'IEDN 63
DAY,) THE BNI7RE MOVE OF ROGSBOOLD AND
HITCH EN FORNIVIRE Fool as the beet quit yet
BEDS AND EEDDING,OARPREWEIA,IES.TA sum,
soPki, CLOCKS nor= AND PIPA Dist= AND
QUEENSWA .E In general, and many other articles
not hers numerated.
Also. one FRESH MILE DOW, HOGS, WAGONS
AND HARNESS, allot wnleb arl I be add on 6atd day,
and it not Mal* red on that &quad late' will be contin
ued from day to day until tue +aid proneni Is. all sold.
aar - gald sate SU 013 held at' Tge .FStsatßrs
HOTEL, (lato Stahl'a). • '
coatittoadwtu be made blown cm aim 41 dr sale by
JACOB D. H FRAN,
Et IEI WE 0 17
DR. D. W. 30NRS,
iAli FIISBURG, PA.,
giarAS moved his aloe to the National
House inllarket street, oFfullite the•Positssilco.—
ltioular and observe the name on the window.—
Dr. ;ewes may be consulted on all diseases but more
particularly dleases of a private nature. Dr. JONES
has cured a number of private and otner Moues
in Waxily and eliewit‘er, an deorooterftheutlud almost
give/ up till hopes of motet y , and wea.reetares ay the
pee of his powerfol,Vegetable red/Sidles:
• • GONDIUNREA. - •
Dr. JONES offers the only safe and certain remedy for
Gonorrhea, (Reef, Sirietnre, l leer Complaint, Dyspepeis,
Costiveness, and all Derangements of the.Stemach. This
preparation will cure Gonorrhea in from three to ilea
day; madam be had at soy time of Dr. JONES, at hie of
flee, atOne Dollar per bottle, ante one bottle is cut hoient
to cure a mild case.
'This Is ono of the wOrst s of all diseases. Dr. JONES
pledgeahlmself to cure dyphilis in Da worst fonds. This
disease makes its appearancein so inany'dilferent forms,
that a single plan 'Of treatment will not reach it in all its
features ;tin it may maim different re/Mediae, Xocorobst
to the nature of the case.' , Dr. JONES wilt mato a writ
ten "thole with any onesisNO CURE NO Mr I The re
inWies used by Dr. JOSE % amp/friar - wid t and need
change of diet or hindrance from bus iness.
, SPERRATORR EI EA.
This habit of youth isindulged in while 'Ohio, and a
often learned from evil companions when * - at school, and
if net - Oared will destroy both tided ria'• body. Both
aexes fall victims to this' ieease. he's:feaPtcand are—
Pain in the Head, 1910[093$ of Sight, Elegies us the Ears.
Pimples an the Face. Lose of Meniery,tfrittidol Dreams
at Night,. Weakness in the'lliok, Plan Lillie Breast, and
coligh, (indicative of Coattliefeldh t ) ,DTatitslia, red.!
Deraniement of the Nervour System, atatisis ore
pat/pan - end to their surerlop. To sitbh ter2.lo ;i ss of
fers a porlitzt restOratinc, with snob milk and Balmy
Julys of Herbs, that will perfectly restore Vitiate of
this Distressing Disease.
• ' FEMALE CONPLAINT.4.
-Those sugaring treat Colds, and Derangement of the
Nervous 830119110, can speedily be relieved ta sound
health and vigor. • • • '
Dr. J014E3 may be oonsultsd at al UM* at his office,
Personally or by letter, destriblag all symptoms. dii
letters must contain a stamp to 49/11070 answer.
. - Addtees Dit. D. - W. JONES,
RE.D_ITO.TION IN P.RIOESI .
HERIHOI99, Plain and Figured. •
- 041IIINER4 Plain and Eigured.
ALL WOOL DeLaINES, Extra Styled and Quality.
RROOS, I.OIIIISHAWLS,' different pricas.
FINE STOCK OP RIAGRET SHAWLS% '
Tbeapriees is all the above Goods, on examinaGon, woi
ha . Smut ."tower Guinevere; et
mad Next door to the HartisborK •
QLOSING 01 - .7T our still large tigicAtmen
of FOBS, conaisUng of •
zuleinneflaric Sable Setts,
ilendsome Dark Siberian Squirrel. Sette; , ..
A Hoe stook of all kinds of low prioe.rwrai
A obancelorl3argains in Sloe Fora.'
Call at CATHCASSEI,
170.1411 , 1111 Wit Slows
Jan 24 ibe flairlikaii Bank.
A LARGWASSOR'tfd.ANT 'OF"
Li `YANdr soaps, trAra. one
byare Sang Very cheap to dealers,
.the dozen. -
Prepare for your 1301Ilday Salem b y buying some Male
above Artlcke, at - - -
SELLER'S DRUG FANCiSTORE, -
dell 91 Ifirtet St e a t
DUB - UNION & CONSTHIITION
"CURI GOVERNMENT ," by M. Mori"
sum is a work containing the Quatrovison OF
TQeiniso rearms giving -the construction of l.s Terms
and Provision% showint the relations or the several
*IWO to the Union and each other, , and.explatoing gene
rally the System of Governizientuf the C .utat7, Yrlcv
d/ 00 Sol, and orders . supplied, by bhn , as H"
agents for Clwantiat and diatom wanted.
.L N •
undersigned, Comaiissioners of
Dauphin couty, - Pennsylvania, hereby Inrnrm the
publlo In general that ht consemumes or the aelorollc hin g„._
completion cr tlie'new Wart-Hone° of the 'moth "``
olty of Harrisburg, a numbs.* or County Loans! are so
goiter; :or which coupon beads pat able at from three
to thirty year., will ba exouted to the lender GIG .r of all
taxes, eau seretanunal interest wid be paid punctually
at the Dauphin County 'treasury. - Therefore persons
wishing to make sale. invektoseista , will, it is, etteecte d,
avail thearaelrei tit this opportunity._
Estate of Theop '
VOTICE.—Whei eat; e fere of. Adminie
-4.1 traticaL or theteState or Theophilue Z. Gireenswila
late or the city 'of Harrisburg, deem., bare been gran
to the subscriber,
all persons-indebted to the said existo
are. requested . to Mil.e-itamediate payment, and those
baviog claims or demands against the estate or the N
decedent, will make' known the same wide:jut:delays. to
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rie w sg el a
to OE GAMOW&