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AR R IBBIIIRM
Monday Afternoon, March 11. 1861.
AN ADJOMINRD COURT, for the trial of civil
causes, is now in session.
FOR BEADING MATTER, go to Bertner's Chea
Bookstore, 61 Market street, where are for sale
all the late daily and weekly papers, magazines,
new books, and a general assortment of the latest
publications, all for sale at lowest prices.
THE Free ALartm on Saturday night was
caused by the partial burning of a wooden
shanty in Tanner's alley. The firemen turned
out promptly, as usual, but their services were
not required. Had the conflagration gained
headway. it would have made a clean sweep of
the dilapidated tenements in that locality.
Musickr,.—Our citizens will not be at a loss
for musical entertainments this week. A popu
lar troupe of minstrels—one of the largest in
the country—give . three concerts in Brant's
Hall, and the "soiree" of the Harmonic So
ciety comes off on Thursday evening. No doubt
both will be well patronized.
SIXTH WARD REPITIILICAN T/CKST.—The sixth
is the only ward in which the Republicans
have nominated a full partisan ticket. It is as
follows : Council—John M. Laurie. Alder
man—Josiah McFarland. Constable—Solomon
Hoover. Assessor—Benjamin Stroh. Judge—
Robert Simpson. Inspector—R. D. Hreer.
The ticket is an excellent one, and our friends
say they can elect it.
Marrows' , Comuzscss.—The Baltimore and
East Baltimore Conferences will meet next Wed
nesday—the former at Stannten, Virginia, and
the latter at Chambersburg, in this State. The
Philadelphia Conference meets in that city on
Wednesday of next week. The two Methodist
clergymen of this city will preach their farewell
sermons next Sabbath, and leave on the follow
ing day. It is probable that an additional
preacher will be sent here next conference year,
to take charge of the West Harrisburg church.
How IT is DONB.-Our readers are aware, no
doubt, that for some time past the Pennsylva
nia Railroad Company have had their cars
lighted with gas, but they may not be familiar
with the manner of its introduction on the dif
ferent trains. With a view of enlightening
them on this subject we may state that the
Company have a building in Altoona, devoted
exclusively to their gas apparatus, which con
tains twenty receivers, each ten feet long, which
will sustain a pressure of nine hundred pounds
to the square inch. By the aid of one of Mer
rick & Son ' s gas:pumps, the gag received from
the Altoona Gas Works is forced into the re
ceivers to a pressure of six hundred pounds.
By means of pipes it is conduOteit to tbe cars,
and Altera enters a receiver on each car, seven
ter, and which with a pressure of five hundred
to six hundred pounds, contains sufficient to
supply two six foot and one three foot
from sixteen to eighteen hours, or one round
trip. The use of gas proves more satisfactory
and popular with passengers, but is probably
more expensive than oil or candles..
FAIR Or THR GOOD WILL FIRS COMPANY.-
The members of the Good Will Fire Company
contemplate holding a Fair at the Exchange,
commencing on the 13th, and to continue du
ring the remainder of the week. The object of
holding a Fair at the present time is to endeavor
to raise a sufficient sum of money to pay off
the debts of the Company, and to make a first
payment upon a Button Engine, which we un
derstand has been oritared by the Company,
and which is expected to arrive here in the
beginning of May, as thCF4ngine which they
have at present, in col:tail:YU - Tee ,of the large
amount of building by theffi.ltilroad Company
and by private individuals, is ntit (teemed ade
quate protection in case of fire We hope,
therefore, that our citizens widlibendly patron
ize the Company when called Upon, as,the sixth
ward, though yet in its infancy, is destined to
be the largest and most flourishing ward in our
city; and from having seven hundred to one
thousand hands constantly employed ,by the
Railroad Company in their shops, about $20,000
will be paid out monthly to the hands, which
will be a source of prosperity to the ward, and
from which the whole city will derive benefit.
Pr firma Evmenseas.—Transplanting ever
green trees differs very little from deciduous
trees. The principal difference is in the tunas.
Evergreens shoild not be planted before the
16th or 20th of March, and if deferred to 'the
let of April the better, and the planting may
run into the second week In May. They can
be set out with entire certainty even when
they have sprouted half an inch. The differ
ent spruces, pines, arbor vits, &c., will do
well where any common tree will grow ; and
will be better satisfied with poor solfthan de
ciduous trees. Bat they must be - Well and
firmly planted in a large, carefully prepared
hole, and set a trifle deeper than they stood in
the nursery, where sometimes they stand very
shallow, especially if they have becn trans
planted there, for quick sales, which is fre
quently the case. Thew, should be well staked,
that the roots may not lie jarred by the spring
winds, which make a full broadside charge
upon their unshed foliage, while the ground
is still moist from frost and spring rains. The
after culture of evergreens is ail bnPortant.
The soil underneaththe branches must be often
stirred with an iron rake or garden fork, and
no grass or weeds permitted to grow. Dogs, hogs,
chkkera, much less cattle, must not be allowed
in the enclosure with the trees. Dogs are par:
ticularly injurious to young evergreens, and so
are chickens which dust themselves in the soft
earth beneath the branches. The fine leavqs
once rubbed off—arid this it is easy to do—the
branch frequently dies, and' none other ever
sprouts to take its place. In selecting -ever
greens, be particular to take those which are
well and uniformly branched down to the .
ground, and rise in pyramidal form. A daa
color and thin branches are.always the best.
Pettnottlania IDattp ttitgral34, onban 'afternoon, iticircli 11, 1861.
THE LEGISLATURE reassembles to-morrow af
ternoon at three o'clock. Nearly all the mem
COMPLIMENTARY TO TOR Tyros.—The Missouri
Legislature recently adopted a resolution that
the public printing be done by Convicts ; but
the resolution fell still born •from the table,
because it was ascertained that of all the crim
i in the Penitentiary, not one was a printer.
Gorse BAmr.—The recent mild weather
tempted a number of flocks of wild geese to
leave the "sunny South" and wing flight north
ward. The.present cold snap is too severe for
these birds, toisrever, and many of them are
taking-the back track. Two or three flocks
passed over this city yesterday in a .sontherly
BURNRD.—The dwelling house of Mr. John
Otto, near the Trevorton bridge, was destroyed
by fire recently. The family were from home
attending a funeral, and before the fire was
discovered the flames had made-such progress
that nothing could be saved from the building,
except a small lot of meat. The fire is supposed
to have originated from• the stove pipe. Loss
BROKE OM n A Nan , PLACE.—It will'be seen
by an advertisemaot in to-day's paper that
Col. John Wollower, Jr., has established a new
daily freight line between New York, Philadel
phia and Harrisburg, and all points on the
Northern Central, Sunbury and Erie, Lacks=
wane and Bloomsburg Railroads. The Colonel
is an active and energetic, business man, and
we heartily wish,him siccees in his new enter
Hum RAAROAD BRIDGIIB.—From the repoit
of the Auditor General of Pennsylvania, we
glean the following interesting statistics : The
highest railroad bridge in the State is upon the
Catavrissa railroad, and is 128 feet high.. The
Media bridge,- on the West Chester and Phila.
delphia railroad, is 101 feet high. The highest
bridge on the Penrusylvaniarailroad, is at Coates
ville, and is 72 feet high. The bridge on the
Huntingdon and Broad Top Road, at Stoners
town, is 97 feet high ; and the celebrated Wis
sahickon bridge, on the Philadelphia and Nor
ristown railroad, is but 68 feekhigh.
A Naw RAILROAD.—The Reading and Colum
bia Railroad has been put under contract, and
will be commenced as soon as the engineer can
put it in condition for the workmen. Messrs.
Moore & Co., of Philadelphia, have taken the
contract at $600,000, and are to finish the
pare the road for ballasting, cross-ties and
track—from the east end of. the Columbia
Bridge to the intersection with the Lebanon
Valley road, the Company to settle for the
right of way. The work is to be ready for the
track in fifteen months.
DEATH ox Joni.; COMM—This gentle
man, whose illness we noticed on Friday, died
on Saturday evening, of inflammation of the
lungs. As our readerst_are_already aware, he
Wm. Colder, Sr., which took place on Thurs
day. Mr. Colder was sixty-six years of age at
the time of his death. For many years he
was engaged in the staging business, in con
nection with his brother, but has lately given
his attention to agricultural pursuits. He was
an honest and upright man, and highly es
teemed wherever known. We sincerely sym
pathise with the family in the double affliction
which has fallen upon them in the sudden
death of these two ,estimable men. The re
mains of Mr. Jelin: . Colder will be taken to
Huntingdon to-morrow for interment.. t
PROF. Paw, C. SILIOING, of Copenhagen, Den
mark, now Profess& of Scandinavian literature
in the Dnivensitylifihe city of. New York, has
arrived here. He last yearpublished the very
first history, which we haie in this country in
the English language, of the old Scandinavians,
the Northern ilythology and the discovery of
America by the Northman five hundred years
before Columbus came into the world. Hon.
Ellis Lewis says of this work that "it shows the
author to bes man of letters, and it displays
industrious research. That part of it which re
lates to the religious and Political institutions
of the old Northmen will be interesting to all
nations, while:the portion which treats of the
discovery of America by the Northmen long
before Columbus came into the world, will
have a peculiar value in this country." Prof.
Binding contemplates bringing this interesting
affair a little in circulation amongst our intel
ligent profegsional and commercial residents,
and will probably deliver a lecture some even
ing this week.
DREADVIII ACCIMINT—MAN CIUMILED TO DEATH.
—We learn that on Thursday evening last a
shocking accident occurred at Werner's mill in
Manheim ,township, York county., A young
man named Jacob Werner, about nineteen
years of age, was engaged with another' person
in attending the mill, which had been tempo
rarily stopped. When ready to resume work,
young Werner proceeded to detach it strap
which prevented the motion of the machinery,
the companion meanwhile holding ; the master
wheel, which in consequence of the buckets
being partially filled by reason of -the leakage
of the water trunk, was liable to move prema
turely! Werner, when the strap had been die
placad, notified his companion that all was then
ready and fold him to let go his hold upon the
wheel, which the latter did accordingly, and
the machinery was immediately in motion.
At this moment Werner stepped upon a narrow
plank. in close proximity to the wheel and
slipped, which threw him against it, and in
the first revolution he was caught and dragged
under. This obstruction caused the machinery
to stop, and , the fellow workman of Werner
noticing the condition of his young friend,
proceeded to extricate him—which he did with
some difficulty, the time when the accident oc
curred being late in the evening , and the light
beeoming extinguished in the confusion. When
taken out it was discovered that he was shock
ingly crushed and life extinct, and it is sup-
Posed that 'ha died 'almost instantly upon the
occurrence . oltha accident, as he wag not heard
to speak or make,other nog() beyond possibly
an expiring groan.
A STATED MUTING of the Friendship Fire
Company will be held this evening.
OLD FOLKS' MDBICI Ora) FOLKS' Music !
By the Harmonic Society, on Thursday evening,
March 14th, in the First Lutheran Church,
Fourth street. Secure tickets immediately. t
THE Ox Roapriet contained three lodgers
last night, all trampers without local habita
tions, and one of them without a name. They
were uncaged this morning and ordered to
leave the city.
PUBLIC &MEMO. —Many public speakers say
too much for their own credit, the edification
of those who hear , them, or the good of Our
common country. Legislative sessiorWare pro
longed in this way, our courts are extended,
and vast amounts of money wasted, which, if
expended for dry goods at the CHEAP CASH STORE
or UmEr & Bowmin, south-east Corner Front
and Market streets, would benefit a large con
stituency. Try it.
AN AURORA Bonzems.—This. beautiful phe
nomenon was seem in perfection on Saturday
night, between nine and ten o'clock, the rapid
ly forming columns presenting a brilliant scar
let appearance• towards the zenith. They soon
after "paled their ineffectual fires," but a per
fectly white aurora pervadedthe north-easterly
portion of the heavens until' midnight. We
have seldom witnessed a more splendid display
of heavenly pyrotechnics.
ANOTHER MAN Kman.--This morning a deaf
man named Isaiah Gross, was killed on the
.Cumberland Valley Railroad near Mechanics
burg. While walking on the track he was
struck by a passenger train. The force of the
collision was such as to cause instant death. ; On
a former occasion he was struck by a train and
narrowly escaped being killed. Before leaving
home be was warned to keep off the track, but
did not heed the warning. He leaves a wife
and family. •
Arm WHONG.—We are informed that the toll
gatherer at the Bridge refuses to pass vagrants
who have no money to pay their way. Ia many
instances fellows of this class discharged from
the lock-up and ordered to leave the city, are
obliged to beg money from the• Mayor to pay
bridge-toll, and the. tax upon that officer is
very onerous. The Bridge COmPany ought to
give the toll-gatherer directions to pass all va
grants, in order that the city . may be relieved
of their presence.
IMPORTANT Ortnnwtcs.—Among the ordinances
letely enacted by Council is one fixing the hours
for opening the market at five o'clock in sum
mer and six in winter, and prohibiting the sale
of articles, by hucksters or others, anywhere
within the city limits prior to the hours desig
nated. This ordinance, if approved by the
Mayor, will abolish the afternoon and evening
markets, and also prevent hotel keepers and
hucksters frombuying up produce in advance
of the opening of market, as has been the
practice for some years past.
Many of such accidents may be. attributed to
the treacherous and inscrutable character of
the material on the strength and isnacity of
which lies our main dependence on the rail.
Iron is as whimsical in its caprices as the green
est wood. It contracts in frost and expands
In heat ; in one case it breaks by tension ; in
the otherit flies off by laxity. It draws the
bolt out of the socket, and refuses to obey the
curve on which fifty trains a-day depend for
their direction. These facts, if generally
known, would, we imagine, deter persons from
traveling by-rail during very severe weather,
except in oases of the most urgent necessity.
UNION WARD Mxarnms.—The citizens of the
various wards of the city, irrespective Of party,
will meet at the following named places to
morrow evening at seven o'clock, for the pur
pose of nominating candidates for the various
municipal offices to be filled at the coming
election: First ward at the Black Horse tavern
in Paxton street ; second ward at the Union
House in Market street; third ward at the
Franklin House in Walnut street; fourth ward
at the hotel of Wm. P. Hughes in Canal street;
fifth ward at the hotel of John Raymond. This
movement o*inated with and will be partici
pated in by persons of all parties who desire to
secure the best men in 'community for Council
men, School Directors, Assessors, &c. We hope
to see the meetings largely atiended, and feel
confident that the tickets nominated will be
elected by large majorities in every ward.
DI.MOOBATIO NOMINA'I7.OI.IB. —We subjoin a list
of the nominations for City and Ward officers
made by the Democrats at the meetings held
hittie several wards on SaturdaY evening:
Common Council—Daniel Hooker.
Schad Director—George Welker.
Common Council—Jacob F. Haehnleri.
School Director—A. Boyd Hamilton.
Judge—E. M. Pollock.
Common Council—John Stahl.
School Directr—John Edwards, Dr. John
H. Eager. •
Assessor—Josiah S. Royal.
COlninOn COUnCil—David Mayer
School Director—John Till.
Assessor—John B. Tomlinson.
Common Council—John Brooke.
Constable—Tie vote—no nomination
Assessor—Jacob' Barnhart.` . '
A STATED MEETING of the Board of Directors
of the Hope Fire Company, No. 2, will 1 o held
this evening at half past 7 o'clock, Punctual
attendance is required.
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MUSLIM! MUMS ! MUSLIM !-1000 yards
of the very best unbleached Muslin, 10 cents ;
2000 yards of beautiful bleached Muslin, 10
cents ; 2000 yards of the best long cloth Mns
lin, 12k cents, which I will sell by the piece I t
11 cents ; 2000 yards of remnant of Calico
De Laine, to be sold very cheap ; remnants of
colered Silk, cheap ; De Lainee 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 Cambrics, Jaco
netts, Cambric Bands, Henu3tiched Handker
chiefs, which I will sell at auction prices ; white
and colored Flannel at cost. For cheap goods
call at S. Lames, Rhoads' old corner. t
Coucum.—The enddmichanges of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fectiOnS. Experience having proved that simple rune•
dies often act speedily and certainly when taken in the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
had to "BrOwn'e Bronchial Troches," or Lozenges; let
the Cold, Cough or Irritation of the Throat be ever so
alight, as by this precaution a more serious altackmay
be warded off. Public Speakers and Singers will find
them effeotnal for clearing and strengthening the voice.
See-advertisement. - delo-d-swaw6m
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Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseman, H. D.,
NEW 'YORK CITY. .
MITE coinbination of ingredients in these
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They are mild is Melr operation and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful Menstr uation, removing slob -
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limbs, he., disturbed sleep, which arise from mterruption
of nature • •
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on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have
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3here is one condition of the female system in which the
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RESULT. The condition referred to is PREGNANCY . —
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New York Lily,
Sold by One Nggiotin every town in the United States
General Agent for the United States,
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o whom all Wholesale orders should be addr -gee!.
Sold In Harrisburg by O. A. R.I.ANN'AIcs. -
ovNi-dawl • • • • • •
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' TIQNS OF TEM SKIN.
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tried every professional mode of treatment and everyad
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GERRIT NORTON, Chemist, Proprietor, New York.
WHOLESALE DEPOT AT_
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Full and explicit directions accompany each box. Price
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"ladies," by sending him Si 00 to the Harrisburg
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• itt Market street,
two doors east of Ponrth street, south side.
n BARRELS of superior. .APPLES,
just received front New York State, for sale
at lowest cash price, by
febll JAMES M. WHEELER.
TOR RENT.-The Tavern Stand on
Ridge Road s now occupied by Samuel W. Roberta in
offered for rent from the Id of April next. EAguire of
feb9-dtf MRS. BOSTGEN, No. 80, Feurdi Street..
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STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
THE STORE ROOM next to the Court
House, late in the 0000pattey of Mr. Glover. Pos
session given on the first of April. —Enquire of
jan27-t F. IFYETH.
STATE CAPITAL BANK.
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY dr. CO.
CORNER SECOND AND WALNII
HARRISBURG, PENN. -
Consumers of Coal Take Notice
COAL DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CM
LIMITS BY THE PATENE WEIGH CARTS, Al
THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES, FOR
Lymen'ti'Velay' NUT Coen, at $2 00 per ton.
Sam EGG COAX, at $2 90 per ton.
46 '‘ LARGE EGG " ats2 90 per . ton. •
BROX= " at $2 93 per .
BALTIMORE COAL CO.'s WIIMESBARRB STEAMBOAT, $3 00.
" " " BROKEN, $3OO.
CC IC CC Ea% $3 00.
• " Nur, $2 25.
BROAD To Coen (for Smith's use) 1234 cents a bushel.
2,600 bushels OATS for sale at lowest cash prices.
A large lot of+superior I:Barony Ann Os Wool>, for
sale at the lowest rates.
Agent for Du Pont's Gun and 'Blasting Powder, for sale
at Manntacturor's prices.
Coal delivered from both yards, at above rates, by
Patent Weigh Carts, which are certified to by the Sealer
of Weights and Measures.
- ifir-Rrery_consomer_wilLrolegse weigh their Coat on
elivory, and it it tall - short-10 pounds, itta forfeit the
A large, ftai and eomplete stack of the beat kinds of
Coal, always will be found on hand.
j29.1m JAMES M. WHEELER.
WHO HAVE any Affection of the
Lungs or Throat. or Chronic Diseases and wish
to be cured should consult DR, Srawsem, who has had
many years experience in different sections of the
Th 11110) &nes and CANADA, and has cured cases which
had been treated without benefit by what are estee med
the best Psysimum in the Milos.
He has been in Harrisburg for many months and has
restored to health, invalids who had expended hundreds
of dollars with. Physicians and Patent Medicines. He
can refer to some of the best famitles in Harrisburg, and
can give the names of persons in the city and nearly all
parts of the State, whom he has cured of almost every
He does not profess to cure all diseases after the man
ner of some advertising quacks, but will gite a candid
opinion in regard to eurabllityafter examination. The
medicines or Dr. S.are vegetable, and derlvedfrom more
then a hundred sources while traveling. In Lucas and
TRW= ThEceesmii:he healed great success by means oi
his CARBON CURE which may be taken the. Stomach
Beware of Came) and the Throat Burners of the old
school. • •
• In Commturrs or Faunas his success has been re
nia.rkable, and he has cured affeetions of the Ere and
EAR said to be incurable.
Dr. &WART gOlkitEl MOS Of the following, given up by
Namtma, Riommixtros, SCROFULA,
,ll.t.oza ar s, Livia Commemr, SWRLLED MICH,
SEXUAL DEBILITY, DEorai, FALLING Frm,
Parma Diamism, DYSPRPECA, Gmerm.
Cancers removedby anew remedy procured in Canada.
When so requested Dr. smswairr will visit pa Denis at.
In regard to qualifications Dr. S. rekra to Professors
Pancoast, Dungliannand Metgs,
of Philadelphia. He also
begs leave to refer to Senators Chase and Pugh, and Hon.
Thomas Corwin, of Ohio.
Patients or their friends should call at the Busman
House, from 9a.m.t06 p. m. - ,
Letters promptly attended te. febl9-daw2w
FOR RENT.-THE DWELLING PART
of the FOUR STORY-BRICK HOUSE No. 93 Market
street. Possession given on. the let of April next. For
particulars enquire of [janS. ] J. S. SIMON.
WELSH, BROTHER'S OLD RESERVE
WINE fall bodied and fruity, In_store and for
sale by JOMN-H.ZIEGLER, .
febl6 . 73 Market street.
SSTORAGE t STORAGE ! .
TORAGE received at the Warehouse
JAMES. M. WHEELER
A"persons indebted to the estate of
Daniel Rhoads, Assignor, are hereby notified to call
upon 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 of A.. 7. Herr, Esq., for
coleotion. EBY BYERS,
.Assignoe of D. Rhoads.
4FRESH AND COMPLETE assortment
just received and for sale by
2.0 WM. DOCK JR. Sr. CO.
EXTRA'SII GAR CURED HAMS
For sale by
uct22 vim, DOCK J. &00
ORANGE, RASPBERRY. •
Just received from New York and warranted anper
doe. - [feb243] Wm: DOCK, Jr.A.ts Co.
_ _ _
L. S' VALLEY' NUT COAL I—For
isaki at $S 00 par ton.
ALL COAL BBLITZ.BiaI - BY 'PATBan
IF7lglit CANTO. '
%fr . Coal delivered from both yards. lovl‘
JEWELRY, WATCH - ES, CLOCKS;
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZIMILERRLIN & COV
N 0.5 2 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
Pa., opposite Haw's Ham and adjoining the
EtreOl9CAN Horst, having purchased the stock or E. If
Jennings, and added a large assortment of NEW JEW
ELRY, we will sell the same at the lowest cash pride, and
Watches, packs and Jewelry neatly and promptly ra•
paired and delivered.
ALFRED F. EMMERMAN & CO
Having disposed of my stock or Jewelry to A. F. Zim
merman /4 Co., I cheerfully recommend them to my for
mer customers as practical and experienced Watch
Makers, and solicit Ibr them a continuance of the patron.
age which has been so generously extended to me durin.f,
the last six years.
jan29 ELMER F. JENNINGS.
At the Ninth Exhibition of the Mass. Charitable
Mechanic .eissociation, 1860,
MESSRSI OHIOKERING & SONS
THE GOLD MEDAL
' FOR TENS
GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO-FORTES ;
AND WOG ONLY PIINNION,
A SILVER MEDAL,
FOR THE BEST MIGHT PIANOS,
SOLE AGENT ,FOR THE- SALE OF THESE PIANOS,
No. 921 HARIIRT ST., HARRISBURG.
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened his
LUMBER OFFICE, corner of Thirdstreet and Black-
berry alley, near Herr's Hotel
Arco--TWO ROOMS with folding doors TO LET, suite
ble for a Lawyer's office. Possession can be had imme
diately. W. F. MURRAY.
Arso—HORSES AND CARRIAGES to hire at the same
~ , Oure Cough, Odd, Hoaaaeness, influ
st...QsW /1,11, NM, any irritation or Soreness of
QJ v ' ' the Throat, Relieve the sacking
6 RONCHIA I - ant
.., anci &WM;
• 1 Clear and gtos aretigth to
PURL IC the
SP.E ,ILICE RS
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold'? in its , first stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield t o a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,'
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
Bronchial Irritation. ,
"That trouble in my Throat, (for which
the "TROCHES" are a specific) harrog
made me often a mere whisperer."
• N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Public
REV. E. H. CHAPIN.
"Have proved extremely serviceable
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
"Almost instant relief In the distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma."
REV. A. O. EGGLESTON.
"Contain no Opium or anything Wrist
one." DR. A. A. HA ES,
"A simple and pleasant combination for
DB. G. F. BIGELOW,
"Beneficial in Bronchitis
DR. J. F. W. LANG,
"I have proved 'their excellent for
REV. H. W. WARREN,
'Beneficial when compelled to speak,
suffering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON,
Mihotnal in removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
Speakers and Singers."
• Prof. M. eri.cr JOHNSON,
La Orange, Ga.
Teicher of Thiele, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent Mame
neat. From their past effect, I think they
willbe of permanent advantage to me."
REV. K. ROWLEY, A. M., '
President of Athens College, Tenn.
EirSold by all Druggists at 25 cants& box.
Select SohooLs for Boys and Girls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
THE Fall term of ROBERT M'ELWEE'S
School for boys, will open on the last Monday in
August. The room is well ventilated, comfortably fur
nished, and in every respect well adapted for school
CATRARINA WELWEE'S School for girls, located in
the same building' will open for the Fall term at the same
time! The room has 'been elegantly fated up during the
vacation, to promote the health and comfort of scholars.
U. S. FLAGS
OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES, on hand
and manufactured to order, at
BEEMNRR'S CHRLP BOOKSTORE,
feblS 51 Market Street.
SALMON, No, 1,
HERRING, No. 1,
COD FISH ; No. 1,
MACKEREL, No. 1.
Of he above we have all the different sized packages
from the arm to the azimut in store and for sale at the
°west market rates.
febl6 WM. DOCK, Ja. & CO.
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES
AVING JUST RETURNED from the
Al. Eastern cities where we have selected with the
common teas a large and complete assortment of su
perior goods which embrace anything kept in the best
city grocerles,we respectfully and cordially invite the
public to call and examine our stock and NOTION ova
[Ol6 " WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
Ilemoarr, Ruins Coax,
MARROW FAT BZMIS,
• Wee= PASS, ARI
Just received ar.d for sale at the Lowsar csBB PRICIE.
ebl6 )9M. DQCK JR. & CO.
-. SCOTCH WHISKY.
ONE PUNCHEON of PITRE'SCOTCH
WHISKY Pat received' sad for aaleby
JOHN H. WHOM,
janl'' • 73 Market Street.
CITY BONDS FOR'SLAB:
E OR TWO, CITY BONDS of $5OO
each`, bearing 6 per Omit: Inierest, being a cafe and
good investment.. Apply to •
feb4 3md W. B. 'TIMM&
T ' undersigned , DOCTOR, OF DENTAL
SURGERY, has returned and resumed his practice
n State 'street opposite the "Brady House," where he
will be pleased to attend to ail who may.deelre his ser
vices. [sep27] B. M. GILDEA, D. D. S.
Id rtr ov Et t N vta i y N DEs G eßipT G
,1 0 0N ' OD
Hoisery, Gloves, Gauntletts, in largo quantities.
Great assortment of Bmbrolderles...-
Ladles Underwear, dlffet etittrineS and quality.
Gentlemen's do do " - do .
Misses' • do do ' *do
Boys' do de do' -
Cloths, Cassimeres, Saiinetts, Jeans,
And everythingfor Men and Boys wear.
Alt goods, without distinction to style or quality, will
be sold at a very slight advance, and less than cost of
CATHCART & BROTHER,
• Next door to the 'Harrisburg Bank
'en • • , Market Swill.
§vERAL COMFORTABLE DWELLING
swats ha ditletentparts of this city. Stabling at.
hel to some of thew. Sof sossioe given the Seet or
Anti). next. I D2-Bm3llll MA' S. 11/ SAWN.
FRANK A. MURRAY