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Monday Afternoon, March 11, 1861
ONE EFFECT OF THE INAUGURAL.-
Business men, since the inauguration of
the President and the publication of his
address, feel decidedly better. There
were appearances of trouble at Washing
ton, which; it was feared, might lead di.
reetly to serious trouble throughout the
country. These no longer prevail. It
was also thought that the inaugural might
indicate a policy that would precipitate
evened. Apprehensions upon this point
have been removed. The address has
given general satisfaction in financial and
commercial circles. It is regarded as an
indication that the President will pursue
the course best calculated to promote the
interests of the whole country, and that
under his administration we shall have a
government tat will be respected at home
and abroad. The need of this change at
Washington had been felt extensively;
for it is a fact that the vacillating policy
of Mr. Buchanan in the first stages of the
outbreak did more than anything else to
destroy public confidence. Next to gen
eral anarchy there is no evil that business
men so much deplore as an unstable and im
becile government. As wisdom, patriotism
and firmness are likely to mark the come of
the new Administration, people feel that
they will now soon be able to see the
course that.theaffairs•of the.country will
be likely to take, and thus they expect to
be released from that state of suspense
under which, for four months past, trade
has been comparatively stagnant.
INTERESTING TO IRON MANIIPAOTUR
ERR —We find, in the London Enquirer
an account of a process purely mechani
cal, through which the tensile strength of
a bar of common malleable iron may,
without the aid of heat, be increased fifty
per cent. The principle is the same as
that. by which wire is stronger per square
inch of section than the bar from which it
was originally drawn. liars of common
merchant iron are passsed cold between
grooved rollers until the requisite degree
of compression is attained. An instance
is mentioned, in which a bar, tWo* and
one-eighth inches diameter, and .fifteen
feet long, was rolled down to two inches
in ten minutes—with practice this time
could be reduced one-half. The one-eighth
of an inch is not lost—as in turning a shaft
in a lathe, the bar is lengthened about
one and one-half inch to the foot. The
bar came out quite polished and parrallel
enough for shafting, but not quite straight.
It was straightened by hand by two men
in half an hour, and might be done by
machinery in a few minutes. According
to Mr. Fairbairn, the effect of the consoli
dation was to increase the strength of the
bar in the ratio of ton to fifteen, in the
experiments made by him.
AMALGAMATION PROHIBITED IN CALI
FORNIA.-A bill introduced into the low
er House of the California Legislature on
the 30th of January, to prevent 'the amal
gamation of different races of men, pro.
vides that any white person who shall
hereafter be convicted of marrying, or
otherwise cohabiting with a negro, mulat
to, Chinese or Indian, shall be punished
by fine and imprisonment, or both; and
that a person who beds, boards, cohabits or
intermarries with an individual of any of
said races, shall be prima facia evidence
that such a person is not a white citizen,
and shall subject him to all constitutional
disabilities imposed on persons of color.
A CAPITAL REBUKE.—When Captain
Ingraham returned, a few days since,
from the command of the Richmond
steam-sloorin the Mediterranean, a cer
tain Senator from Louisiana, though born
and raised in New York city, and late a
member of the Naval Committee of the
Senate, aid to him substantially as fol
"Sir, why did you not retain your command
and bring your ship into New Orleans, or some
other SouthCrn port when the State seceded?"
To which Captain Ingraham replied, "Sir, you
are mistaken in your man, and in Southern na
val officers, if you ?suppose they, or I, could
forget our oaths of office, and become traitore s
or be guilty of a contenpiele MO! ! When
South Carolina calls for he h sons to leave the
General Government, and return to the bosom
of the parent State, she expects them to do so
withhonors untarnished, and reputations with
out the slightest spot on their escutcheons ;
thieves and traitors she will never acknow
Tan 'Charleston Mercury has concluded
since Lincoln's inauguration that the
time for South Carolina to shed the valu
able blood of her own citizens in taking
Fort Sumter has passed, and if the job is
to be done or attempted, it devolves on
President Jeff. Davis, and the troops of
the Confederacy I Just so, ':,There will
be 'in) trifling now, at Washington, as the
traitors will guess.
The Senate of the 37th Congress.
The members of the Senate of the
thirty-seventh Congress are as follows :
Number of Senators 68
Vacancy (seceded)._ 1665
Vacancy (seceded) .... 1867
S K. Sebastian ' 0....1865
Chas. K. MiteheU, 0...1867
James DiXOll, R 1863
Laf. Ei Foster, R...... 1867
John P. Hale, R....... 1805
Daniel R. Clark, a ISM
Milton 8. Latham, 0...1863
Preston Ring, R 1863
Ira Harris, R 1867
James A. Bayard, 0....1863.
Wm. Saulsbury, 0,,,„1865
J. R . Thompson, 0....1863
John 0. Tan Eyck, R... 1805
Vacancy (seceded)... .1863
Vacancy (seceded) ..,.1867
Thomas Bragg ; 0......1865
T. 1.. Cliugman t 0.....1867
Vacancy (seceded) .1865
Vacancy (seceded)... .1867
Jesse D. Bright, 0....1868
Henry S. Lane, R 1867
Benj. F. Wade, R 1865
Salmon P. Chase , 8.... 1867
Edward D. -Baker, R.. 1865
Geo. W. Nesmith, 0...1867
Stephen A. Douglas,o.lB6s
Lyman Trumbull, R... 1887
Jas. W. Grimea, R 1865
James Harlan, 8......1867
Simon Cameron, R„ „ 1863
Edgar Cowan, R 1867
J. F. Simmons, R 1863
H. D. Anthony, R 1865
L. W. Powell, 0... . . . 1865
Vacancy (seceded) —1865
Tammy seceded ....1861
A. Johnson, 0 1863
A. 0. P. Nicholson '0..1865
Lott li. Morrill, R 1863
W. Pilt Fessendeo. R.. 1865
Vacancy (seceded) ....1863
Vacancy (seceded) ....1865
(lerles Sumner, R...'.1868
Henry Wl4on , U...... 1805
Bolon3on Foot, R 1863
Jacob Coßamer, R 1867
Jae. M. Mason, 0.....1863
R. M. T. Hunter, 0.-1865
Anthony Kennedy, 0..1885
James A. Pierce 0.. ..1867
Zach. Chandler, R....-. 18,63
K. S. Bingham, R... .18d6
J. R. Doolittle R 1863
T. 0. Howe, R.. ...... 1867
TAXATION AT CHARLESTON.—The City
Councils of Charleston have passed to the
point of ratification, a bill for taxing per
sons and property to a frightful amount
—sl 30 on every hundred dollars of real
and leased property—the same on all
goods and merchandise—s 2 50 on every
$lOO of interest on any obligation ; --the
same on every $lOO of dividends on stock
—s3 a head on slaves—s3o on every four
wheel coach, for two horses—s2o and $l5
on other vehicles-82 50 on every $lOO
of income and profits on the last year—
the same amount on all commissions—
sl 25 on every $lOO of insurance premi
ums-50 cents on gas stock-75 cents on
every $lOO invested in shipping-810 for
every horse or mule—s 2 on each dog—
s 2 50 on the receipt of all agencies -81
poll tax-85 for every slave brought in
for sale—every free negro $lO, Within
certain ,ages, or , 83, if females.--
Pedlers are to give penal bonds in 81,000
to make true returns, &o. The Whole
shows a sad condition of things, and no
community could stand the load, except
they were slaves.
THE LAST OF THE PEMBERTON MILLS
OALAMITY.—The Committee appointed
to disburse the contributions of the peo
ple for the relief of the sufferers from the
great Lawrence accident have finally ap
propriated the last dollar of the 5um—
565,824. The total number of deaths
has been 88. The Committee have had
under their care during their ministra
tions 117 famlies and persons. For two
persons incurably injured, life annuities
have been purchased of $350 and $4OO
"WHILE YET THE LAMP HOLDS OUT
TO. BURN," &o.—A Washington corres
pondent, after approving of Mr. 13uchan
an's late course, and commending his
In the midst of this great excitement and
threatened danger here, he has said : "I shall
ride beside Mr. Lincoln from the White House
to the Capitol, eyen if it rains bullets. ' I shall
then go to Lancaster, pass my days in retire
ment, and seek to find consolation and religion
in the 'church. Bitter sorrow has taught me
that happiness can be found nowhere else."—
Mr. Buchanan, therefore, purposes at once upon
his return to his old <hillsnestead to become a
member of the Presbyterian Church, in which
he has usually worshipped. •
DURING/ the past few months, the fluc
tuations in the prices of stocks have been
remarkable. Even now sensitive holders
of stocks may imagine that peace at any
price would be most for .their interests;
but those who look deeper into,the sub
ject, must see that property can never be
permanently valuable in a country where
the Government allows itself to be
trampled on and set at defiance.
BOTH the True Delta and the Bee of
New Orleans denounce the crude tariff
and revenue policy adopted by the Seces
sion Confederacy. The former is very
severe in addressing, among its readers,
"those whose purblind hopes led them to
anticipate from the deliberations of eche.
ming and bankrupt politicians the inau
guration of 'a political inillenium in the
Tsmnr years ago, Hon. Horatio King,
the present Postmaster General, and Hon.
Hannibal Ikamlin, the new Vice Presi
dent, were engaged in publishing a week
ly newspaper in the small and obscure
village of Paris, awaq'down 'the. State
Ptunsvlvania Zelcgraph, Itionbav /titernoon, itlart4 11, 1661
CALIFORNIA.--By the arrival of the
pony express at Fort Kearney on Satur
day morning, we have recieved California
advices to the 23d ult. The 22d was
very universally observed throughout the
State, and a mass meeting was organized
in San Francisco, which is said to have
been the largest ever held in California.
The sentiments expressed and the resolu
tions adopted were Union in their tone.—
James A. McDougal had been nominated
by a minority of the Douglas Democrats..
It was believed the Lllepublican members
would support this candidate. The re
mainder of the Douglas men and the
Breckinridgers will probably unite on
Denver. The St. Louis sailed from San
Francisco for Panama on the 21st, with
$994,000 in treasure. A fair amount of
trade was going on at San Francisco, but
at reduced prices.
Henry M. Rice, 0.....1863
M. S. Wilkinson, R.... 1867
THE COMMITTEE ON FEDERAL REDA.-
'norm in the Missouti Convention made a
lengthy report on Saturday. glt concludes
by stating that - there is no adequate rea
son why Missouri should dissolve her
connection with the Federal Govern
ment. The report urges the adoption by
the country of some. amendment to the
Constitution, and recommends the Crit-.
tenden resolutions as the basis of the
KIT CARSCiN, the . famous hunter, guide
and •mountaineer, is living at Taos, New
Mexico, and is Indian Agent to the Ute
tribe of Indians. His salary amounts to
$1,500 per annum. Kit is not a wealthy
man ; his property is estimated at about
$6,000. He keeps fifty or_ sixty cows,
600 head of sheep, and several horses
and ponies. He married a Mexican wo
man with whom he lives quits resignedly.
ARKANSAS.—Upon the receipt_of Lin
coln's inaugural at Fayetteville, Ark.,
the secessionists called a meeting in or
der to instruct the delegates to the State .
Convention. Upon the assembling, how
ever, it was found that the Unionists
were in the majority, and the meeting
was adjourned without the pro Posed ac
The Maine Senate bas passed the bill to repeal
the Personal Liberty Act, by a vote of yeas 17
Steamer City of Manchester.
NiEw Yois March 11
The steamehip- City of Manchester has ar
rived from Liverpool. ller dates 'have been
The Southern Confederacy Comthsioner
An official despatch was received from Mont
gomery, this morning, instructing Commission
ers Crawford and Forsyth to enter atoroe upon
the business of negotiation with* Visiting
for their colleague, Mr. Itoman.
• The Cumberland and Pocahontas have, ac
cording to official advices, left Vera Cruz for
Norfolk. The Pocahontas is on the way to
New York:: The Macedonian is the only ves
sel leftat Vera Cruz.
Peterson's Detector gives the following des
cription of a new spurious ten dollar note on
the Warren Bank of. South Danvers, Masa.
Large X across centre of note, girl with'sheaf of
grain; 10 above on right; man, heated anvil,
hammer &c., ten below on left. This city is
full of them and a large number of arrests have
The Criminal Court today discharged Wm. H.
Russell, who was indictedin connection with the
abstraction of the Indian Trust bonds, and decid
ed that his judicial course was in accordance with
the law of 1867, which exempts witnesses before
investigating committees from trial, Russell
having appeared as such before that of the
Rouse recently, on the subject of those bonds.
Ex-Secretary Floyd to-day gaire $lO,OOO secu
rity for his appearance at court.
Letter From - Major Anderson.—The Oabl-
An official letter from Major Anderson, re
ceived on Saturday, says he had only fifteen
days subsistence and wood on - Imnd; The ques=
tion has therefore arisen with the, administra
tion whether reinforcements shall be attempt
ed, or the fort abandoned. The latter course,
it is thought, will be adopted, from inevitable
necessity, by the advice.of Lieqt. General
Scott. There is, however, a conflict of opinion
among'the Republicans on this question and
no conclusions have been arrived at in the Cabi
Woon's HAIR BEEITORA'fIVE.—Among all
preparations for the hair that have been introduced as
infallible none has ever given the satisfaction or gained
the popularity that Prof. Wood's h airlieetorativenow
has. Ms Restorative has passed the ordeal of 'mourner•
able fashionable.toilets, and the ladies, wherever they
have tested it, pronounce it a peerless article. They
dud, wherever they have tested it, pronounce it a peer
less article. They And, where the hair le thinned, that
it creates a fresh growth—that it tally restores the ve
getative power of the roots on.the denuded places, and
causes the fibres to shoot forth anew—that tt dissolves
and removes dandruff, prevents grayness, restores the
hair to its original color when 11hY,sesS has actually su
pervened, gives a rich lustre,.impartethp softness and,
flexibility 01 el ltto the hairva ., nd taupe ii Minya lunri.
ant, healthy and in fall ilgor.—“N. YYTribune.”
11014 by all respectable Druggists den lax
Maine Personal Liberty Bill
BosToN, March 11
WAk9BEIN . 6TON, March 11
Movements of War Vessels.
WASHINGTON, March 11
New Spurious Ten Dollar Bill.
PHEADBLPIIIa, March 11
The Indian Trust Bonds Case.
WeamtramoN, March 11.
net and Fort Sumter;
Wmmaimox, March 11
On Saturday, March 10, at the residence of hia brother
in law, David M'Cormicic, Mr. WM. MARS, aged 80 yeare,
son of the Rev. Joseph Marr, otSI. Louie.
(100 K WANTED. -Wanted. 'a white
N,..„1 woman for cook at the Seven Stars Tavern, corner
of Second and Criestnut streets. marll-3t
CHANGE OF LOCATION
W ALLOWER'S LINE.
The old stock of cars being disposed of,
the undereigned has broke out in a new place and es
tablished a daily freight line be lween Philadelphia, New
York, Harrisburg and all points on the Northern Central,
Sunbury & Erie and LackaWana & Blocensburg railroads.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
he hopes, by promptness in delivery, to retain all his old
customers and patrons fill goods intended for the line
must be doifvered at the depot of the Philadelphia and
Reading railroad, Broad and Csilowhill streets, Philadel
phia. All goods delivered at the depot up to five o'clock,
P. M., will reach Harrisburg next morning.
.1. WALLOWER, Jr., General Agt.
merit ' Reading Depot, Harrisburg.
FRESII GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWER
SEEDS. An cadre new stock tl ltrge and small
packages just received at
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
marll 91 Market street.
NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST CO.
OFFICE - ,
Walnut St„ S. W. Corner of Third.
Arrangements for .Business during the Suspension of
Specie Payments by the Banks.
1. Deposits received and payments made every day.
.2. Current Bank Notes and Specie will be received on
8. Deposits made in . Bank notes and Specie will be paid
back in city Bank notes.
4. Deposits made in Gold or Silver will be paid back
INTEREST FIVE PER CENT. PER
HENRY L. BENNER, Plesident.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President
WILLIAM J. REED, Secretary.
marllzd and w
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened his
L - cmnER OFFICE, corner of Third street and Black
berry alley, near Herr's Hotel.
Dry Lumber (Call kinds and qualities, for sale by
W. F.. MURRAY.
The undersigned will , sell Horses, Carriages and har
ness low for cash,
marll FRANK A. MURRAY.
THIRD WARD CONSTABLE.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers himself as
an independent candidate for Constable of the Third
Ward, and respectfully solicits the votes of the people
irrespective of party. ,
marll-41 RENRY BROKER:
STEAM WEEKLY BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND LIVERPOOL ; landing and embarking
Passengers at QUEENSTOWN, as eland ) The Liverpool,
New York and Philadelphia Steamship company intend
dispatching their fullpa wered Clyde-built Iron Steam
ships as follows
City of/Blanchester, Saturday, 16th March.
Etna, " 20th "
Glasgow, " 3oth "
and every Saturday, at Noon, from- Pier 44,
RAM OF PASSAGE
FIRST CABIN :$75 00 I.STSER.AGE $3O 00
do do to London 80 00 1 do do to London, 60 00
nteeragexetUrn. ;rickets, good for six months, 30 00
Passengers forwarded to *Paria, , 'Havre, Himburg,
Bremen, Potterdatn, Antwerp, Ike., at reduced through
fares. . . .
jar- Pnmena 'heir friends can
buy tickets here at the.following rates, to New York :
From Liverpool or Queenstown ; let Cabin, $75, $B5 and
$105.• Steerage. from Liverpool:s4o 00. From Queens.
terra WO 00 .. . .
' These Steamers have superior accommodations for
passengers, -and carry experienced Surgeons. 'They are
built.ln Water-tight Iron Sections, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board. _
For farther infsYmaDon apply in - Liverpool to Wm.
INMAN, Agent, :22: Water street; In Glasgow to Wm.
MALAN, 5 st Etiocjk. Square ; in Queenstown to. C. & W.
D:SEYSIOII.R&CO:'; inP.ondon.to HIVES & IdACEY, 01
Tang Williain,stroet; in Paris to 412TLZ DECODE, 5
Place de la "Bourse ; tn, Phitidelphia to JOHN G. DALE,
109 Walnut street, orat the Company's Offices.'
;JOHN G. DALE, Agent,
marll-dlw ...... ............ 15, Broadway, N. Y.
0 b'NO E BT
15i.~C RED -wrunixo
Harmonio SoCiety , of Hartisburg.
ON THURSDAY EVENING; MARCH 14,
At the': L lislaitikrim Church, 4th street
The programme . oili comprise a Cellists by Ries, "The
Morning," (lid Ibiks Music, and selections ,from cele
brated authors ; to close with Handelq Eke/ d'ouvre,
"The ilatleltsjah Chorus." Tickets 25 cents may be ob
tained at Wm. Ruche ' s Musks Store, Groeif& Co's., Drug
Store. also, from the active members of the Har
monic. ' mar9-td
The Piano Forte to be used Is one of Chickerings best,
furnished 1.i7 their agent, F.rof. Wm. Nnoche. -
NEW 130 45ICS
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 MARKET STREET.
ELSIE VERNER : A rotnatice of destiny.
By Oliver Wendell Holmes.
GUADALOUPE : A tale of Love and War.
By a Military gentleman of Philadelplda.
THE AMERICAN QUESTION in its national
COUSIN WILLIAM : A tale . of fashionable
PIONEER PREACHERS AND PEOPLE OF
THE MTSSISSIPPI, by the Rev. Wilburn.
JACK HOPETON ; or 'the adventures of a
SONGS OF IREiAND, :by Spinel Lover.
THE WITS AND 13EAMIS OF SOCIETY,
by Grace and Philip Wharton. -
All the new books of the day for sale aCsoon as pub
Books not on hand, will be procured is a short thus at
publishers pricer, without additional prizes, at.
mar 9 61 Market street.
WASHING- MADE EASY.
TTARRISON'S celebrated . hoisehold
xi_ soap. in large and small quantities, by
marl) 41*. ' • EBY Az KUNKEL.
I boxes of Oranges and TAernons for
idElj eale cheap, by
,mar9-4,1* EBY & KUNKEL.
ATHIRD STORY ROOM, in the brick
building, on Market street, below sth. Apply, to
mar9.4sD• J. R. EBY.
_ - .
POCKET BOOK LOST. ' -
HE UNDERSIGNED lost a pocket, book
in Harrisburg on the 22d alt., coniainbigZ'a note of
Daniel lialsbapir tor $l4O, protested at the . Lebanon
Batik in 1880, and' various other Papeti and! receipts of
no . value to any one b*Huk . ow.iker. The tinder win con-
L fir,a favor by returnhwthoor. L. NUTTING,
in6.2wd Schnylicill Co.
.6 lINPARED " i
Juit 'Receied by `;'
9420 WM. bp '
200 CARRIAGES AT AUCTION.
31st SEMI-ANNUAL TRADE SALE,
THIS SALE Palk TAKE PLACE
On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27,'81.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
• AT THE
NINTH . AND SANSOM STS.,
AND WILL EXCEED ALL OTHERS IN EXTENT
The collection will embrace at least 200 Carriages, a
portion of which will be second-hand, of a superior
make and in good order. The new work (most of which
will be warranted) will be from makers of acknow
ledged celebrity throughout the States. It will be equal
in all respects as regards style. finish and durability, to
any made for customers or to order.
ALSO. a select lot of desirable Harness.
Jar The whole comprising the greatest display o 1
Carriages and Hamm, ever exhibited in Ors city and to
be Bold without reserve.
May be examined on the day previous testae.
lir Purchasers from a distance, are Informed that
the sate will positively take place on the above day,
without regard to the weather.
ALFRED 21. HERANESS,
BRANT'S CITY HALL!
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
March 13th, 14th, 15th.
. LLOYD'S MINSTRELS!
THE ELITE OF THE PROFIESION! !
IN THEIR UNAPPROACHABLE ETHIOPIAN ENTER
THIS TROUPE is composed of the first
class Artists, selected from the most popular
troupes in the Union.
OBSERVR THE LIST OP STARS. ,
BILLY Bind, CHARLEY FOX,
S. S. WAMBOLD, AUGUST ASCEIE,
GUSTAVE BIDAUX, A. LEHMAN,
7:ANDREWS, M. OEHL,
0. BLASS., - •
J. EASYMEAD, A. BEEITEICOPF,
MASTER ALBERTINT, W. BURNES, - and
LIMB'S BRASS BAND, led by AUGUST ALMBB, will
give a free Baloooy Serenade previous to the Minstrel
.6a-TICKETS 25 cents. Dooin.opon at 7; cote nience at
8 o'clock. rtnB dt] P. A. CLARK, Agent.
0 , ALL-HEALING OINTMENT
TRY IT s TRY IT I I
A Radical Restorative of h:sensible Respiratum.
IT is a fact, beyond the power of
contradiction, that it to infallible in the cure of
Burns, Scalds, Nervous Diseases All
Tumors, Piles, Scrofula. Brre9egiaa,.
_Sore Eyes , tiniiisy,
Croup, Itheunurtlion, Colds,
ColdiFeet, Liver Complaint,
Astbriut, and all ,
DISEASES OF THE CHEST.
It is rightly termed All-Healing, for there is
scarcely a Disease external or internal that it will
For sale at the Grand Depot,
E No. 143 Furman Mum; Nsw Yonx.
And by all Druggists throughout the 'Gaited States. A
. . -- - ----- 143 ulton Street, bf. X-..
-4 1 -_, . — agents wanted immediately to introduce it into I• 1
RI families, who may receive it on liberal tonne, for 0.3
El cash. mars4l3m
AMBROTYPIS FOR 25 CENTEL
THE subscriber respectfully announces
to the citizens of Haarisburg and vicinity, that he
has taken rooms over HELENE'S HARDWARE STORE,
sputh.east corner Of Market Square, where he Is prepared
to, execute every style of AMBROTYPE3, at He Weal
prices, from 25 cents and upwards. DAGUERREOTYPE,
carefully copied, and Pictures laser led in Lockets and
Sins. Cases of all descriptions constantly on hand.
Give me a call if you want a good and cheap picture.
m7dlm GEORGE B. PARKER, Amlirotypnt.
S • - -
R A LED PROPOSALS. to' furnish the
Dauphin County Poor House with such meat as may
be wanted from time to time, will be recelied by the
Directors up to the 2TITI DAY. OF MARCH, and opened
and contract awarded on TUE3DAY,the 2d of April, 1861 ,
to the loweit bidder. The meat must , be ()flood quality
and delivered at thebuilding. • •
All proposals to be handed to the steward of the Poor
House. JOHN RAYBOR,
• PETER BISHOP,
m6-3tdaltw Directors of Poor.
. M. M. • HATTON'S
Y STABLE. Alley between Fifth and
_ Sixth Streets.
F[IHIS ESTABLISHMENT is sfooked with
exoellent HORSES, CARRLAGIS, BUGGIES, &0.,
whieß*lll be AireiloiCreassosable terms.
mar7-Bm-- J. Q. ADAMS, agt.
BOURBON WHISKEY 1
A VERY superior article of BOURBON
.41401.. WHISKEY, In quart bottles, in store and for sale by
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
mar 4 73 Market Street.
OF every description in cane and jars,
- each package warranted.
ream • W 1 00 K JR. & CO.
A TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING
Xl_ HOUSE on Front street.
Also, a TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE on
Penn street„ city of Harrisburg.
febl6 Apply to C. 0. ZIMMERMAN, •
• No. 28, South Second otreet.
NUT COAL ! •
ONIA-Y COAL TON.
11R,EVORTON NIIT COAL fot ' sale at
- ..1 ; $1 . 75 per ton ; delivered by Patent Weigh Carta.
Plb2l NEGROVE COAL, just 'received by ears, for sale by
fe J AMES M. WHEELER.
' SURGEON DENTIST
OFFERB his services "to.the citizens of
Harrisburg and its Vicinity. He solicits a share of
the patina patronage and gives assurance that his best
endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction In his pro.
.fession. Heiniran old; well tried dentist, he feels safe ht
nviting the public generally to call on him, assuring
hem that"they will not be dissatisfied with his services
Nice No. 1124 Market street, in the house formerly oc
copied by Jacob R. Eby, near the United States Hotel,
Harrisburg, Pa. myl3-dly
AND - THE UNION.
A'T"LTAER'S DRUG- STORE you will
find an assortment of line Ladles' Traveling Satchels:
A T . KELLER'S DRUG STORE , you will
ji find.a great variety of Walking Canes.
AT SELLER'S DRUG • STORE you will
find an unrivalled assortment of Perfumery, Po
mades, Hair Oar; Cosmetics, Soaps,
SELLER'S DRUG- STORE you will
find all kinds of Brtishee—Euglish Teeth and Hair
'gushes, Cloth and Leather Brushes.
A T KELLER'S DRUG STORE you will
11 and a fine lot of Gilehrist's Pocket Cutlery.
A T KELLER'S DRUG STORE you will
sod'a large Itoek of VorUphealah Pine; Wallet%
144. fiegor Goes... -
A T KELLER'S DRUG STORE you will
.., fled* a choice lot of Havana
No. 91 Market Street,
feb2l Two Doors Kan of Ihmirth Eltowt.
N zu) f2tbrertistmtnto
SPRING AND BUMMER STYLES
186 1 .
ONE PRICE GIFT
No. 607 CBESTNUT STREE7
A superb stock of floe French, English and amenes
For City and Country trade, with an unapproachable as
Rort eu t 01 ittADY MADE CLOTHING at Ole lowest ca s h
ggy-But OWE PRICE is asked, and a GIFT of intrinsi c
Worth and use presented with each article sold.
Partluniar attention paid to the Customer department,
and garments made andsent to order to any address.
In inaugurating this new system of doing businea,
GRANF:LLE STORES would impress on the minds of
the patrons of his establishment, that the cost of the girt
is deducted from, and Nov added to the price of the arti
cle sold. His immensely increasing sales enabling him
to act thus liberally, and al. the same time to realize a
all articles guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
607 CHESTNUT STEM
WASHING MADE (WICK AND EASY.
HARRISON'S HOUSEHOLD SOAP.
IT is DETERSIVE. It removes all dirt, arid
washes with or without rubbing.
,t is sfutetvla It removes all stains by Oil, Paint.
Printers' Ink, Wagon or Machine Grease.
It is a BlZAlithat. It bleaches brown clothes while.
white domes whiter.
It is emouearr. It gives a rich permanent lather, and
makes the hands soft, white and elastic.
It is a paw= wallas; in any water, hot or cold, hard
or soft, salt or iresh, of finest lawns, end all grades, to
the coarsest clothes.
It la LAMM. It - does much washinit with little cost.
Ills scortommet. It saves wear and tear, time, labor
It combines ell the good, and none of the bad proper
ties of every other Soap, therefore it is a Peseta 80A1 .
it Is a Perfect Soap for all rises of the Household. lo
the Laundry, lbr clothes of every description—for the
Wash stand—for cleaning paint, glassware, porcelain,
crockery, table, kitchen and dairy utensils.
Directions accompany each cake. Samples can be had
vase op MARC% upon application at our store. The
cakes weigh about one mind, and do not cost more than
any of the ordinary soaps now in the market.
agents for Harrisburg.
m tr 4
The Subscriber having lately purchased
the good will and Furniture of the White Man
Hotel in the city of Harrisburg, opposite the County
Cimrt House, of which he will enter into possession on
April, let next, will, therefore, offer at public outcry.
ON THEIBO4 DAY OF MARCH MI; (WED. Es-
DAY,) THE ENTIRE STOOK OF HOUSEHOLD AND
%I N FURN2TURE such as the best quell yof
BEDS AND BEDDING, OARPETS,CITAIRS, TABLES,
SOFAS, CLOCKS, MOVES AND PDPE, DISHES A ND
QUEENSWARE in general, and many other article
not, bore numerated.
Also, one FRESH HUE COW, HOGS, WAGON ,
AND HARNESS, all of which will be sold on said dal
and if not concluded on that daysaid Sale will be cent
ued from day to day until the said property is all sold.
mar The said sale will be held at THE FARMER'S
HOTEL, (late Stahl's).
Conditions will be made kniawn on the day of sale by
JACOB D. HOFFMAN,
1 2 L ME CI) Nir
DR. D. W, JONES,
LIAR ISBURG, PA.,
HAS moved his office to the National
House in Market street,. opposite tho Post Office.—
Be particular and observe the name on the window.-
11, - Jones map be consulted on all diseases but mare
has cured a number of private and other diseaQes
inghla city and els : where, and some of them had almost
given up all hopes of recover y , and was restored by the
use of his powerful vegetable remedies.
Dr. JONES otters the only safe and certain remedy for
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Liver Complaint, Dyspop , ,,t,
Costiveness, and all Derangements of the Stomach. Tin ,
preparation will cure Gonorrhea in from three to fire
days, and oast be had at any time of Dr. JONES, at his of
Hoe, at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle is suaici ent
to core a mild raise.
'This is one of the worst of all disease?. Dr. JO CES
pledges himself to cure Syphilis in its wont forms. lin4
tlitutase makes its appearance in so many different lain.,
that .a single plan of treatment will not reach it in all it,
features ; ad it may require different remedies, aecordhas,
to the °atm* er the °see. Dr. JONES will mate a wilt.
ten article with any one—NO CURE NO PAY 1 The re.
mediae used by Dr. JONES; are purely vegglable, and need
no change of diet or hindrance from business.
This habit of youth - is Indulged in while alone, and
often learned from evil companions when at school, and
if not eyed will destroy both mind and body. Both
sexes fall victims tothis disease. The symptoms are—
Pain in the Head, Dimness - of Sight, Ringing in the Bare,
Pimplei en the Face, Lose of Memory, Frightful Dreams
at Night, Weakness in the Back, Pala in the Breast, end
Cough; (indicative of Consamption,) Dyspepsia, great
Derangement of the Nervous System, and so on till Beath
puts an end to their sufferings. To such Dr. JONES 01.
fers a perfect restoration, with such mild and B.:tmy
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the incti - n at
this Distressing Disease.
Those suWering from Colds, and Derangement of the
Nervous Bystemi can speedily be restored t) tl,lllil
health and vigor. . ...
Dr. JONES may be consulted at all times at his
personally or by letter, describing' all symptclui , „
letters must contain a stamp to ensure answer.
Address DA. D. W. JONES,
- National House.
feb7 . Harrisburg, Pt
REDUCTION' IN PRICES!
HERINOES, Plain and Figured.
OALSELEERES, Plain and Figural.
ALL WOOL DELAINES, Extra Styles and Quality.
YROICA LONG savair4s, dif f erent prices
FINE STOCK OF BLANKET SHAWLS.
The prices in all the aLove Goods, on ex:imitation,
be found "lower than ever," at
an 24 Nat door to the Harrisburg
()LOSING OUT our still large assortmem
IL) of FURS, consigning of
Handsome Dark Sable Setts,
Handsome Dark Siberian Squirrel Setts,
A line stock of all kinds of low price Furs,
A chance for Bargains in Fine Furs.
Call at CATHCART.;',
N 0.14 Market Square,
est to the Harrisburg Rank
A.LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY MAPS, HAIR OILS,
are selling ry cheap to dealers by the dozen,
Prepare -youriloßlday Sales by buying some a the
above ar_tic at.l ..
SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCYSTORF,
dell . SI Market Street.
OUR UNION' & CONSTITUTION
66911 R GOVERNMENT," by M. 3l'Kts-
NET, is ft work containing the CONSTITUTION OF
XTED STAT/Si giving the construction of its Terms
and Provisions, showin.g the relations or the ser,ral
States to the Union and each other, and explaining gene
rally the System or Governinent of the Country. l'nee
El 00. Sold, and orders supplied, by him, at Harris
burg, Pa. feb2l
Agents for Cotinties and States wanted.
PUBLIC NO'l l ,lOE.
THE undersigned, Commissioners of
Dauphin county, Pennsylvania, hereby inform rim
public in general that in - consequence of the approaching
completion of the new Court Houma the county, in the
014 of Harrisburg, a number . of County Loans arc so.
Belted, :or which coupon bonds payable at from three
to thirty you; will be excreted to the lender clear of all
taxes, sac semi-annual Interest. will be paid punctually
at the Dauphin County . Treasury. Therefore persons
wishing to malts site' itMestments will, It is expected,
avail themselVes of this opportunity.
JOHN S. MUSSES,
• JACOB BE
%We lmwkd DSORGEOARVESICH.
Estate. of 'rhea*lus - pi Greenawalt
XOTICE.--Whereas letters of Adminis
tration- of the estate of Theophlins P. Greenan - an,
te of the City ofEarrisbarg, dea'd., have been granted
to. the eeh leribef; all persons indebted to the said estate
era requested - to Make immediate payment, and theFa
basing claims or demands against the estate of the salt
,deeedent, wiltiriake knowa the some ertituatit delay, to
THEODORE b. GREBNAWALT,
Janlaltet - Administrator, Market Square*