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Friday Afternoon. March 15 'lhtil
THE UNION PRAYKR MEPTINCI will ht held in
tlm Ple , :by led an church, corner of Market
square, to-marrow (tiAturday) afternoon, com
mencing at four o'clock, as usual.
Prom FINALLY.—The bill to incorporate the
Harrieburg City Pasienger Railway Company,
(published in a recent is me of this paper), pass
ed the House of Representatives finally yes
terday, and went to the Senate.
SICRIOU3 ACCILANT. - A few dAys ago Mr.
Charles Ilimmelberger, of Myerstown, while
passing over the Lebanon Valley Railroad, on
which he has two cars running, fell through the
trestle work of a bridge at Reading, receiving
severe injuries, from the effects of which it is
feared he will die.
Coot,,—The following card was sent to us this
morning, with a request to give it a place in
our local item department :
INTERESTING TO NVIIOAI rr MAY CONCERN.—If the
individual who was effectually caned last night
fur insulting a respectable young lady, is desi
rous of obtaining the weapon with which the
castigation was inflicted, he can gratify his de
site by addressing a line to "P. Q.," Harrisburg
If the above is not "adding insult to inju
ry " we don't know what is.
Tim Cue HOIPITAL contained four lodgers
last night-,three men and one woman. The
former came out this morning about as drunk
as when they went in, and the Mayor accord
ingly sent them to prison for ten days as
drunken vagrants. The woman, also a victim
of tanglefoot, made a pathetic appeal to the
sympathy of the Mayor, who gave her a quar
ter to purchase food. After her departure, it
was discovered that she had stolen the best quilt
in the cell, which she carried away concealed
beneath her ample crinoline.
Tian Goon WILL FAIR in Exchange Hall,
which opened on Wednesday evening, is still in
successful operation. The appearance of the
room, and display of useful and fancy articles
on exhibition, is quite creditable to the ladies
who have the management of the Fair. Re
freshments of every variety are served up in a
style to suit the taste of the most fastidious epi-
cure. The Fair will be continued this and to
morrow evenings, and the object being a com
mendable one—the purchase of a new Batton
Engine—the Good Will boys should be liberally
"ALL HAIL TO Tilt UNION." —This is the
title of a new patriotic song written by Mrs. E.
Coleman, and set to music by Prof. J. M.
Deems of Baltimore, with piano accompani
ments. The words breathe the true spirit of
patriotism, Rod tho asusio is said to be not less
soul-inspiring than that of the "Star Spangled
Banner," which never fails to stir, like a trum
pet ble%, the blood in every American heart.
This new song, "All Hail to the Union," which
already has an immense run, will not fail to in
crease in popularity. We are indebted to Mr.
Tarbutton for a copy, who has a few more left
for sato nt Mr. Knoche's music store.
TER UNION CANAL—We learn from the an
nual report of the Managers of the Union Canal
Company for the last year, that the nett tolls
for the year amounted to 899,534 08, and that
there were received from other sources, $l,-
BGB 74, making a total of $101,402 82. The
disbursements amounted to $56,270 26, leav
e balance of $45,132 67. The report states a
fact in regard to litigation which we commend
to the consideration of any of our readers who
may be thinking of "going to law." It is,
that among the items of expenses for 1860,
is one for counsel fees and costa amounting
to $1,929 47
In 1859, the same item amounted to 2,764 84
4, 1858, 44 41 it "
Thus, in three years, taking from the
No doubt these expenses were unavoidable.
Reference is now made to them only for the
purpose of allowing what a costly thing litiga
tion is. It is alike the Interest of all parties to
settle and arrange without going to law, and
business should be so conducted as to keep .
clear of complication and prevent difficulties
COAL OIL FOR MR HAIR.-It is said, with
what truth we do not know, that in addition
to the other virtues belonging to the coal oil
now being pumped in such extraordinary
abundance in western Pennsylvania, another
virtue has been discovered by a distinguished
chemist to be possessed by this mineral oil,
which will, in the estimation of many, quite
throw the others in the shade. In a word, the
oils, just as they are pumped from the bosom
of the earth, are said to be a certain cure for
baldness ; wherever hair has ever grown hair
may be made to grow again by its application;
where it is getting thin, the oil will strengthen
it ; where It is turning gray, the oil will renew
its youth and bring it back to its fading color.
Wigs, toupees and scratches are forever render
ed null, void and of no effect whatever. Na
ture, in her bounty, has superseded forever all
necessity for the artificial and flimsy disguises.
The oil is said to renew the hair on simple
vegetable principles, by re invigorating the
bulbs beneath the Scalp and renewing the en
ergy. Should this discovery prove to be all
that is claimed. for it, what changes will be
wrought in the condition of the human family
--long years of venerableness will be taken
away, and miracles of youthful vigor will be
wrought in its appearance. Could some medi
cament in Nature's storehouse be found which
would remove the frosts of age, as well as the
frosts of time—some catholicon which would
restore constitution broken, sight dimmed,
step feeble, and pulse slow and faltering—then
we would be prepared to enter on that long
vista of youthful longevity, of millenial bliss
fulness, to which, it is promised,. time, shell:
the preliminary throes of parturition, will soon
A New ZGUAYII COMPANY has been formed at
Altoona. The company was organized on Sat•
urday night by the election of Richard Crozier,
a Mexican soldier, as Captain, and C. R. Hos
tetter as First Lieutenant.
ANOTHER CANING OPERATION. — Last evening a
gentleman of this city caned a corner loafer for
insulting a female relative. He did the job ef
fectually, inflicting a castigation that the fel
low will not soon forget. At the lady's re
quest we suppress rants for the present.
THE CITY Etv.crtos is passing off quietly and
in good order. As a general thing our citizens
take but little interest in the contest, and du
ring the greater part of the day the poll windows
in most of the wards were comparatively de
serted. From the kind of miscellaneous voting
done, we judge that portions of each of the tick
ets nominated will be elected. Considerable
tanglefoot was consumed, and a number of in
dividuals evidently felt its influence to some
extent, but no disturbance occurred requiring
To HAVe A HIARING.—The fellow John Gib
son, who assaulted and knocked down Wash
ington Alexander, while in company with a
"fancy" female, the other night, was captured
by the Chief of Police, and is to have a hearing
before Alderman Kline this evening. If the
report be true that Alexander is a married man
and has a family at Middletown, he deserved
chastisement for promenading the streets of
this city in company with a "lewd female of
the baser sort." This, however, is no justifi
cation for the violent assault made upon him
by Gibson, and the latter will no doubt be held
to answer the charge of assault and battery.
FIENmSu Orrraaos.—The other night a fiend
ish attempt was made at Loyelhanna bridge,
on the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad, to
throw two trains off the track. A pine plank
had been placed on the -track with the inten•
tion, uo doubt, of throwing off the freight
train, due at Latrobe at 10 P. M. The train
arrived as exp&ted, but the engineer having a
full head of steam on at the time, the locomo
tive bounded over the obstruction, cutting it in
two, without, however, leaving the track. The
engineer as soon as he felt the jar stopped the
train, when a second plank was discovered near
the same point lying across the other track.—
This was intended for the fast passenger train,
then nearly duo, and would in all proba
bility have thrown it over the bridge—the ob
ject, no doubt, intended by the villians by
whom it was placed there. The outrage is one
of the most villainous that has come under our
notice for years, and nothing, therefore, should
be left undone by the Company to bring the
rascals engaged in it to justice.
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lIABEIBBUIMES IN OFFICE AT WASHINGTON.-
In addition to the list of Harrisburgers in office
at Washington, published yesterday, we now
submit the following names, since furnished
us by a friend who is booked up on the subject.
Some of these wen have been there for years,
receiving fat salaries for which they do not
render an equivalent in the way of services :
William Wallace, Patent Office, $1,200
Richard Pollard, 1,400
John M. Eberman, ' 6 " 1,000
John P. Wolf, Treasury Department, 1,600
J. George Schott, 11. S. Senate, 1,200
Henry Clark, 64 l 6 800
Michael Keller, Treasury Department, 600
To the above list we may add our neighbor
of the Union, Thomas C. M'Dowell, Esq., who
officiates in the capacity of Clerk to one of the
Senate Committees, performing no labor and
receiving a fat salary. It will be seen that
Harrisburg has been well provided for by Demo
cratic administrations. This thing is about
"played out," however, for there is to be a
clean sweep made at Washington, and the pen
sioned officials who (or years have subsisted
upon Uncle Sam's bounty, will be obliged to
vacate their snug retreats. If the administra
tion does its duly, the Republicans will soon
realize the "good time coming," so long and
anxiously hoped for. They have fairly won
the "spoils," and ought to have them at once.
Tug WaAruaa.—Within the last two weeks
we have had a variety of weather in this re
gion. The mild pleasant atmosphere and genial
sunshine which marked the advent of Spring,
was succeeded by rough and chilling winds,
cold rains and snow dtorms, and other unmista
kable indications of ."Winter lingeringin the lap
of Spring." Yesterday the surly old Frost King
frowned and stormed, and shook his snowy robes
all day long, covering the earth with a mantle
of white to the depth of several inches. At
the present writing this morning, however, the
sun shines out bright and warm, and the snow
Is rapidly melting away. Much fault is con
stantly found with the weather, but with all
its fickleness it suits us better than any that we
could agree upon among ourselves. "Ages ago,
when mortals were allowed to send up their
complaints and petitions for the improvement
of their welfare, a formal petition was present
ed to Jupiter that he would allow mankind to
regulate the weather according to their own
wants and judgment. Ile immediately granted
their petition ; and the consequences might
easily be conjectured. The different members
of the community could not agree upon the
same measures ; they divided into numerous
factions, just as politicians now do, each insist
ing upon regulating the weather to suit their
respective interests. The skies and the atmos
phere were made the scene of a constant shift
ing of the winds ; heat and cold were mixed
together in awful confusion ; rain and sunshine
were altiays Indirpening at the same moment,
causing the devil to flog his wife without any
cessation. If one man ventured out into his
own broad sunshine, he was obliged to take an
umbrella to pass safely under his neighbor's
showers ; people were constantly quarrelling
because the frost one man used to preserve his
stores were injurious to another's crops ; and as
it was impossible to make a just and obvious
distinction of property, one man was contin
ually using another man's rain, or stealing a
portion of his thunder. It was finally agreed
that there was no means of establishing peace
among men, or of preventing - universal failure
of crops, but to petition Jupiter to take the
management= of the weather again into his
Ptnnovluania Matlp ertlegrapt), fribtv 'lfttrno-on, ..filard) 15, 1861.
LLOYD'S Mosrusts.—This popular Ethiopian
troupe, decidedly the best extant, give their
closing concert this evening. For two nights
past they have played to overflowing houses,
composed of the elite of the city, and the hearty
applause with which the Minstrels were greeted
shows that their efforts to entertain and amuse
were properly appreciated. All who love good
music, and wish to "laugh and grow fat,"
should attend this evening.
Tux LUMBER BUSENESI3. —Evers' day more or
less rafts float past this city on the broad bosom
of the Suequehanna to the lower markets, and
there has been considerable activity in the
!umber trade at Columbia and Marietta. The
Clearfield Raftsman'a Journal, noticiqg au effort
made by eastern speculators to control , . the
market and reduce prices as much as possible,
says this movement has induced many lumber
men to hold back their rafts ; and that unless
there is a prospect of paying prices, it is quite:
probable that a considerable quantity of the
timber now on the river banks will not be
moved at all.
MATBIMONIAL.—We are indebted to some
body for a slice of wedding oake, but the par
ties having omitted to furnish their names,
and that of the preacher who "spliced" them,
of course we cannot announce the marriage in
due form. "Mr. and Mrs. Freels," however,
have the hearty thanks of the "local," coupled
with his best wishes, for their remembrance of
him in the hour of their greatest earthly feli
city. May they tally experience in their wed
ded life all the joys and the fall measure of
bliss with which their fancy has surrounded it :
°Not for the summer•hour alone,
Wh en stars resplendent shine,
And youth and pleasure All the throne,
Our hearts and hands we twine;
Bat for those stern and,wintry days
Of peril, pain and fear,
When Heaven's wild discipline cloth make
This earthly journey drear."
ANOTHER OLD Calms GONE.—We regret to
announce the sudden death of Col. John Big
ger, who departed this life last evening, in the
seventy-first year of his age. Col. Bigger was
a native of Belfast, Ireland, and emigrated to
America in the year 1818. In the year 1886
he received a Colonel's commission from Govern
or Joseph Ritner, in consideration of invalua
ble services rendered to the State of Pennsyl
vania, and the party of which he was an active
member. The deceased resided in the town
ship of Swatara, in this county, for many years,
and as a citizen he was highly esteemed for
his benevolence and nobleness of soul. He
came to this city two years ago, to take up his
permanent residence. For the last few months
he suffered severely from a chronic disease
which baffled all medical skill. His death was
not anticipated by his friends previous to seven
o'clock last night. His faculties remained un
impaired to the last. He now "sleeps the sleep
that knows no waking." Peace to his ashes!
WE RISE TO EXPLAIN.—In our list of "Harris
burghers in office at Washington," yesterday,
we inadvertently included as a Democrat Mr.
S. S. Fahnestock, who, although not active as
a politician, was in his day identified with the
Whig party, and of late years bas always been
with the Opposition. Mr. F. resigned his Lieu
tenancy in the artillery at the close of the Mex
ican war, throughout which he served his
country actively, taking part in the early bat
tles under Gen. Taylor, and afterwards follow
ing Gen. Scott to the interior. In our execu
tive chamber are a number of trophies brought
from the field by him and presented to the
Commonwealth. In 1857 he was offered by
the Engineer Department a place at Fort Sum
ter or Fort Delaware, then in progress of erec
tion ; but.preferring it, was placed in the Bu
reau of Construction at Washington, under
Major Bowman of the army, and was there en
gaged upon the Treasury extension, &c. This
he left for a position in the Patent Office, and
recently he has served as a Colonel in the ar
rangements under Gen. Scott for the protection
of the Capital and the preservation of the
LOCAL Bun.—A few days ago our Senator,
Mr. Boughtor, read in place a bill, prepared as
we are informed by John H. Briggs, Esq., en
larging the powers and duties of the Commis
sioners appointed to make a plot or draft of the
city; providing for the vacation of public roads,
streets and alleys, the widening of streets and
avenues, the alteration of the present Unlade'
ries of the various wards, et cetera. We publish
the bill entire for the information of our citi
ems generally :
SUPPLEMENT TO AN ACT incorparating the
City of Harrisburg.
Sac. 1. Be it enacted, Sm., That in addition
to the powers and duties conferred upon the
Commissioners for making a plot or draft of
the city of Harrisburg, under sections 33 and
34 of the Act of march 19th, 1860,* incorporat
ing the city of Harrisburg, said Commissioners
shall have the power to recommend the vaca
tion of any turnpike, State, county or town
ship road, street, alley, lane or avenue within
the boundary of said city; and the Court of
Quarter Sessions of Danphic county, upon their
approval of said plot or draft, shall have pow
er to declare from time to time, as public ne
cessity requires, (upon application from the
city council, or any person or persons interested
therein,) said roads or ways, either in whole
or in part, vacated.
Sac. 2. That the width of all streets, alleys
or lanes, within the limits of said city, shall be
ascertained, fixed and established, as set forth
in the plot or draft of the said street Commie
stoners, as approved by the Court of Quarter
Sessions: Provided, That South street, in front of
the public grounds, required by the said Act of in
corporation to be sixty feet wide, shall be and
remain of its present width ; and that Sixth
street, between Market and South streets, lei
quired by the said Act to be fifty-two and a
half feet wide, shall remain of its prestint
Sac. 3. That said Commissioners shall also
have power to alter the boundaries of the
wards of said city, so as to make them conform
to said plot or draft, which altertitions shall
be effectual when approved by said Court of
Sec. 4. That the action of the said Commis
sioners, when approved by said Court, shall
valid and effectual, though interfering with
and requiring the removal, either in part or
entirely, of any building now erected in the
course of any of the said streets, lanes, alleys
Sac. 5. That any portion of the said Acts
not consistent with this, be and is hereby re
The above bill was called up in the Senate tei
day and pawed finally.
throw.—At the present writing there is
every Indication of aineW storm ; but as that
it palpabh3 to the vision, we would respectfully
ssy that the new styles pf:spring goods just
dpening at the store of UAW* & BOWMAN, pre-
Oat a Miwa cheerful end spring like appear-
iiimaanst liDn:nal--1000 yards
°t i the very beat unbleached Muslin, 10 °eats ;.
2100,yards of beautiful bleached Muslin, 10
mites ; 2000 yards of the best long cloth Mila
ni, cents, which - 1 rviil'aell'hy the piece at
1* cents 2000; yarda, .56 menaautt of Calico
I 4ine,*o be gold veryl chesill;reurnants of
co Bilk; chthilil .Dil .- 4inearatid:Other dress
g. at Cost ; SA:;11 S and other Sha , ;vla
_.:t; Quirinal* ftir ':pants;-.Blick Cloth,
etta, arid of loge , lot of runts striff,%tit
••'.4#0 1111 0 8 1 (1 ,07 10 n "c c '
chi ;whisk Implaellanauctiort pricers;•sritite
-11 :06i cheap goods
etdl: 4 S t , Rhoads' old Miler.
DR. CIIEESMAIV'S PILLS ,
Prepared by Cornering L. gitekeeepaaa),,M. Xt.,
NEW YOBS -OrtY .. '
„Tin combination of Ltign434lB4lB,ill,theal)
Pills are tbeyennyt knkit,and ontenidTe PTAS
ay are mild in war a utioe. and certain in co
all wregularms,rato Ikteasummons; reoloring*l
eirucfione, rihr tide told. or• otherwise, het - dean;
pain iv the eside,,paptoatoo or *ae ap t sp, l ouse, ea h er .
voue Obcoons, bysptios:Aftii,pain In the back and
llmb i l u dro., diattlineldaleehir Ocoee froth interruption
Dr. Chetweatan'aPills nipablei as they will bring
on the monthly
wltltregtdirity. U(1104,010 have
been disappointed In the us es of Other Pills eau place the
ammo dOnlidence In Dr. Cheaseman , s'Pliht - doing all tbai
Mete is ohe condition of the female system in which the
Mt sawn be takes wawa painting a PECUZ.Liit
Assam. The condition referral to is PREGNANCY--
Ow rentici JUSCIAILICLAGE. thb srradehble
tenclaicy ihe ssrdredw to restore he Ramat fon:lions to a
normal • conehtion, that"ban the r4rtodischhe power (4t
=tura ceinnot raid it. •
Waireided purely vegetablo, end free from anything
bijarious„ Xxolicit directions, which Would be read, ac
compthy each box. Price IR. Bent by mail On enclosing
$1 toComm L
on . Coluessux, Box 4031, Post Office,
Sold by Des 14 ... liggha in eyerytewll tp the Unitedaiabis
B. It HUTCHINGS,
Sabena April far the Uiiked Sates,
14 Broadway; Nest loft,
0 whoa all Whigerak orders should be addr-eseL
Bold in Harrisburg by 0. 4 Bunrwre. ,
I'l3 UI" TEE BES T.
Ctl 31kr. W'll
T RHEUM AND SCROFULA,
BALTIRHEUM, SCROFuLA, SCALD HEAD
FEAR. SORES, RING-WORMS, BAR
'RS' ITCH, AND ALL ITCHING
TIONS OF THE SKIN.
That Ointment beare.no resemblance to ay of her ex
ternal tamely at priteiWit befbre the world. The modeo
its opetetlimis peculiar.
t pmetsates to the basis, of the diseases-goes to Its
ey gum—and cures it, from the Rush beneath to the
is oit the surface.
Other outward applications for Scroftila, Balt Rheum,
&A., stews desanward, thus driving the disorder inwards,
and often occasioning terrible internal maladies.
Diormade OLNIMENT, on the contrary, throws the poison
of the dis&se upward, and every particle of it Is dis
dained *Oa • atipores.
Thais the curls ri effi3ots le complete. Not sally ar• the
sores healed —lhe eruptions removed—the swellings re
ducod—but the seeds of the disease are expelled from the
flesh ; consequently there can be no relapse.
Victims of ulcerous and eruptiveoomplaints, who have
tried every profeseional mode of treatment and every ad
vertised curative without relief, here is a certain, safe,
and expeditious remedy for the ovtbs you endure. A
Wale box Will =defy you Hof the truth of all that is here
Since its first introduction, the properties ,ot the Oint
ment have been tested in the most obstinate oases--cases
hat utterly defied the best medical slitll in the country,
and upon which the most celebrated healing springs pro
duced no effect—and in every instance with every ens
Bold trs:/ . 4‘ips . Botiles—Price 60 Cents.
GERRIT. NORTON, Chemist, Proprietor, New York
WHOLESALE DEPOT AT
PENFOLD, PARKER & MOWER B,
Wholesale Druggists, la Beekmaugst., N. N.
Bold by Gio.Bucuria, Harrisburg, Pa.
"A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR•DIIPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
. FOR FEMALES.
nfalllbla In correcting, regulating, and rem oving a
Obatructions, from whatever cause, and al
ways soccessihl as a preven
T.l.astE PILLS HATE BEEN USED BY
e doctors for many years, both in France and
A• 01 i s' ii% , with unparalleled success In every case ; and
he is Illrged-by many thousand ladies who reed them, to
Inlikeithe Pills public for, the alleviation of those suffering
frompny irregularities whatever, as well as to : prevent
an increase of family where health will not permit it.—
Pam es particularly situated , or those summing them
sale so, are cautioned against these Pills while in that
co n, as they are sure to produce miscarriage, and
the Proprietor assumes no responsibility after this adtao
unto, although their mildnesa would prevent any mis.
Chid to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Pall o r explicit directions accompany each box. Prise
$1 per box. Sold wholesale and retail by
CHARLES A. RANNITART, Druggist,
t No. 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa.
Julies," by sending him $1 00 to the Harrisburg
P Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation to
part of the country (confidentially) and "free of pos
tiliW, by mail. Sold also by S. S. Emus, Reading,
Jog, HOLLOWAY A Oz.ownsw, Philadelphia, J. L. Lau
intesPe,Lebanon, Datum H . Burma, Lancaster; J. A.
Wail, Wrightgaille ; E. T. Maim, York ; and by one
drnielit in every city and village in the Union, and by
S. Di How; sole proprietor. New York.
N. B.—Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden Pills
of apy /Lind unless every be; is signed $. D. Howe. All
others are a base Imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
Yon value your Urea And health, (to say nothing of be
ing humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
VILA PAOW the signature of S. D. Howe on every boa ,
W has recently boon added on account of the Pia
be colinterfeited. deadwaswly.
W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
s SPLENDID HAIR DYE ha no
equal—instantaneous in eflbot— Beautiful Black or
Brown—no staining the skin or injuring the
SO—remedies the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes, and
I nvitoratos the Hair for life. None are genuine unions
signed "W. A. Batchelor." Sold everywhere.
CHAS. BATCHELOR, Preerletor.
81 Barclay Street, .1 a w York
EAM WEEKLY BETWEEN NEW
LAYORK AND LIVERPOOL, landing and embarking
Paatengers at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liverpool,
New York and Philadelphia Siegovenip company intend
disikilcldng their full•powered Clyde-built Iron Steam•
ships as follows :
City offilanchester, Saturday, .16th March.
Etna, " 20th "
Glasgow, " 80th "
• • every Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44,
- RAM OF PASSAGE; -,' •
t' t RT CABIN , 415 00.1 UMBRAGE $3O 00
o do to London, 80 001 do do to London, 00 . 00
age Return ;Tickets, good for six months, 30 OP
lit amteiagers forwarded to Paris , Havre, Hamburg
..„..,:, men, Potterdam, Antwerp, &c., at reduced through
Persona wishing to bring out their friends can
---- tickets here at the following rata, to New York :
n Liverpool or Queenstown ; tat Cabin, $75, $B5 and
i. Steerage from Liverpool $4O 00. From Queens.
n 880 00 t.
ma Eiteangerk :have superior -accommodations for
alligers, and carry experienced Suwon. They are
lid Water-Ught Iron Sections, and have Patent Tire
=busher Information apply In Liverpool to Win.
g4US fagept,.22 -Water sweet ; In Glasgow to Wm.
, s st Pooch Square ; in Queenstown to C. 4 W.
OUR &Co; ; io Lopdon to RIVES Ir.MACEY, 6i
illiain street ; in •Paris to JULIO DECOUF., 5
5e de la Bourse ; ID :Pbasolelplda. to JOHN;(1. DAL&
Walnut street, or at the Company's Offices.
JOHN (LOMA, Agent,
lb, Broadway, N. Y.
MRS WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
for children teething, and SPALDRSTS CIIPHALiC
PILLS for headache. A freak supply received at KEL
LER'S DRUG STORM, whero zup can purchase all the
saleable Patent Medicines or the day.
91 Market Street,
two doors east of Fourth street, south side.
APPLES! APPLES! !
500 ,Bust rtree E lv
'at rawest cash price, by
tcbtt JAM 1M M. WHSELKR.
VOR RENT.—The Tavern Stand on
Riduallolui, now occupied Wassailed W. Roberta is
offered Mr rent than the let of April next. Ensmire of
feb9-4ff MRS. BOSTGEN, No. 80, Fourth Street.
STQRE ROOM' ' ttie 'Court
11 tense, lithe in the eoeupaney . love. 'gee.
session given on the first otApril. et
)al( -10 : F. WY MB.
STATE . CAPITAL BANK. .
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY at CO.
CORNER SECOND AND WALNU7 Ste,
HAR EIS BURG, PENN.
FOR RENT.-TBI DWELLING PART
of the FOUR STORY BRICK HOUSE No. Xi Market
street. Possession • given on the let of April next. For
pudic:dare enquire of • Data ] J. B. SIKON.
. . - Mll . lERIA WINE. . .
livEmii, BROTHWS OLD RESERVE
WINE fell bodied and fruity. In store and for
sate by JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
febl6 • • . / • 73 Market street.
SSTORAGE ! STORAGE 1 !
TORAGE received at the Warehouse
JAMES EL WHEELER
AFRESH' AND - COMPLETE assortment
jueL received and ret i red° by
reb2o WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
EXTRA SUGAR CURED HAMS
ocv22 WM. DOCK & co
OUR UNION. & CONSTITUTION'
449 UR GOVERNMENT," by M. Mal-N
-NE:, is a work containing the Cosairrunes or
THE Num sras f giving the comp= tion of its Terms
aid Provisions, showing the relations of the several
Stales to the Unionstideach other, Mute:pinning gene.
rally IlisBystern oflavernment of the Country.. Price
0 1 1 Sorel, and orders supplied, by him, at Harrill
burg, Pa.. cabal
agents for . Conetios and 'items limited.
:LIG NOT C .
undersigned, Commissioners of
Tisuphin county, Pennsylvania, hereby inform the
public in general that in Consequence of the approaching
completion of the new Court House of the county, In the
city of Harrisburg, a number of County Loans are so
licited, :or which coupon bonds payable at from three
to thirty Team will be excuted to the lender clear of all
taxes, ana Bowl-annual interest will be paid punctually
at the Dauphin County Treasury. Therefore persons
wishing to make safe investments will, it is expected ;
avail themselves of this opportunity.
JOHN S. MUSSER,
fob 26 lmwad GEOROECIARVERICH.
3EI 2111. C:1
DR. D. W. JONE S,
HAS moved hie office to the National
House in liarket street, opposite the Post Office.—
Be particular and observe the name on the window.—
Dr. Jones may be consulted on all diseases but more
particularly disease of a private nature. Dr. JONES
has mired a number of private and other diseases
in this city and elsewhere, and some of them bad almost
given up-all hopes orrocovery, „ and was restored by the
use of his Dowerfni.veretable remedies
_ - _
Dr. JONES offers the only safe and certain remedy for
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Costiveness, and all Derangements of the Stomach. This
preparation will cure Gonorrhea in from three to flue
days, and can be had at any time of Dr, JONES, at his of
fice, at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle is sufficient
to cure a mild case.
This is one of the worst of all diseases. Dr. JONE
pledges himself to cure Syphilis in its worst forms.. This
disease makes its appearance in s°. many different forme,
that a single plan of xreatment will not roaob it in all its
restores'; so it may require different remedies, according ,
to the natnro of the case. , Dr. JONES will make a writ
ten 'article with any one—NO CURE NO PAY I Thu re
medies used by Dr. JONE.i, anyway vegetable, and need
no change of diet or hindrance from business.
This habit of youth is indulged in while alone, anis
often learned from evil companions when at school, and
if not cured will destroy both mind and body. Both
sexes fall victims to this disease. The symptoms are—
Pain in the Head, Dimness of Sight, Ringing in the Ears,
Pimples en the Face, Loss of Memory, Frightful Dreams
at Night, Weakness in the Back - , Pain in the Breast, and
Cough, (indicative of Consumption,) Dyspepsia, great
Derangement of the Nervous System, and so on till Death
puts an and to their sufferings. To such Dr. JONES of
fors a perfect restoratios, with such mild and Balmy
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the victim of
this Distressing Disease..
.. . _
Those snaring from Colds, and Derangement of the
Nervous System, can speedily be restored to sound
health and vigor.
Dr. JONES may be consulted at all times at his °ince
personally or by letter, describing all symptoms, Al
letters mast contain a stamp to ensure answer.
Address DE. D. W. JONES,
feb7 Harrisburg, Pa.
k — M ALLISTER'S - 9
PI • ' 0
ALL-HEALING OINTMENT I
14 TRY IT !, TRY ITS
• A Radical Restorative of Insensible Respiratton.
• TT is a fact, beyond the power of
coninuliction, that It la Intalllb:e In tho cure of
Burns, Scalds, Nervous Diseases, All
Tumors, Piles, Scrofula. Erysipelas,
Chilblains, Sore Eyes, quinsy,
Croup Rheumatism, Colds,
Cold Feet, Liver Complaint,
Asthma, 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 4 No. 143 FULTON STRERT, Naw YORK. ._,
And by all Druggists throughout the united States. 'A
r( J. MoALIST.F.R, i.O,
143 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Ot Agents wanted immediately to introduce it . into U
14 families, who may receive it on liberal terms, for li
Ey cash. mare.d3m
BOURBON WHISKEY !
AVERY superior artiole of BOURBON
WHISKEY, hi quart bottles, In store and for sale by
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
mar! - 73 Market Street.
OF every description in cans and jars
mar 4 WM. DOCK JR. ffi CO.
SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish the
Dauph in County Poor House with such meat as may
be wanted from time to time, will be received by the
ICI enters up to the 27TH DAY OF MARCH, and opened
and contract awarded on TODAY, the 2d of April, 1861,
to the lowest and beet bidder. The meat must be of
good quality and delivered at the building. ~..
All proposals to be banded to the steward oruie Poor
House. JOHN RAISON,
me-Stdaltw Directors of Poor.
A GOOD HOUSE on Third street front
jog_ linos the Oapltol grounds. Enquire or
nearl2-1.1. THOS. J. JORDAN.
VRESH GARDEN and FLOWER SEEDS.
1 The largest stook in the city. All kinds of Garden
Seeds in large papers - at three health per paper, for sale
by " DAVID HAXLIEs,
marizim. LIB Market street.
REsH GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWER
j_`...2ZEDEL An entire .ncer,stbercr largerluid:sanall
packages just received at
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
Marlll al Market etreet.
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
FANCY GOODS ; &O.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO:
XROO. 62 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
Pa., opposite Haas's Hornand adjoining the
PILLN HOTEL, having purchased-the stock of it. P
Jennings, and added a large aasortmant, of NEW JEW
ELRY, we will sell the same at the lowest Gash price, and
Watched, Clinks and Jewelry neatly and promptly re
paired and delivered.
ALFRED F. ZIMMRRMAN & CO
Rasing disposed Of my stock or Jewelry to A. F. Zim
merman & CO., I cheirtally recommend them to my for
mer customers as ',practical ana[ experienced Watch
]rakers, and soileitliF,We'm a continuance of the patron
age which has been - so generously extended to me during
the last six years,
Al the Ninth Ileiet the Mass. Chariteble
MESSRS. CHICICERM &
WERE AWARDEM • ,
THE GOLD BEEP AO ,
FOB 11111 BENT
GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO-FORTES;
AND TUB ONLT PRZYRIM,
A BILYER 'MEDAL,
POE TEE BEST UPPIGHT PIANOS,
SOLE AGENT t FOR THE SALE OF THESE PIANOS,
No. 92 MARKET ST., HARRISBURG.
Clare . Coug/a, Cold, Hoarsenete, /VW
si,...QW4/ •,._ ema, any irritation or &resets cf
t.) ' the Ihroal, Relieve the Hacking
RONCHiAL Cough in Contumpthne, /3rote
eldtie,..4sthina, and Catarrh,
).•47' 0C \\V the e. ..; Clear and
voice' s of ides ttrength to
- PUBLIC SPEAKERS
Few are aware of tho importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in ita first stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglectM. noon
attacks the Lungs. (BROWN'S BROWitt FA r. Twpong, ,
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
“Tbit tronbie in my Throat, (for whiOtt
the "TROCHES” are a gamine) haring
made me often a mere whisperer."
N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Nell,"
REV. E. H. CHAPIN.
"Have proved extremely serrickable
REV. HENRY WARD BE=
"Almost Instant relief In the Mg
labor of breathing peculiar URAAtima."
REV. A. 'C. EGHLIMON.
"Contain no Opium or anything hilari
ous." DR. A. A. HATM,
. _ .
"A simple and pleasant combinaUauibr
"Beneficial in Bronchitis."
DR. J. F. W. LAND
have proved them excellent ibr
REV. H. W. WARREN;
'•Beneficial when compelled to spa,
suffering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON,
"Bffectual In removing Hoarseness and
irritation of the Throat, so common with
Speakers and Singers?'
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON,
La Grange, Ga.
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent Hoene
nese. From their past effect, I think they
will be of permanent advantage to me.”
REV. B. ROWLEY, A. N.,
Presldent of Athena College ) Tenn.
,Sold by all Druggists at 25 contai box.
Select Sohools for Boys and Girls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
rpm Fall term of ROBERT'ICELWEE'S
School for boys, will
.open on the last Monday In
August. The room is well ventilated, comfor 'ably fur
nished, and in every respect well adapted for school
cwrwAmtra WELWEVS School for 'girls, Waled In
the same building( will open for the Fall term at the same
time. The room has been elegantly Stied Op during the
vacation, to promote the health and comforter toshohtra.
• SHAD, No. 1,
SALMON, No. 1,
. HERRING, No. 1,
COD FISH, No. 1,
MACKEREL, No. 1.
Of he above we have all the different inked packages
from the krrr to the Loam i a store and for sale at the
mug rraarket rata.
febl6 WM. DOCK, is. & CO.
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES
HAVING JUST RETURNED from the
Eastern cities where we have selected with the
ORNATE= CARS a large and complete assortment of su
perior goods which embrace anything kept in the best
city graceries,we respectfully and cordially Invite the
public to call and examine our stock and acmes one
feblG WII. DOCK JR. & CO.
MORON; RIMIER CORN,
SPLIT YEAR BARLEY,
MARROW FAT BRANS,
Wixom Plus, ko , &o
Just received and for sale at the Loalorr one ratan.
eble. WM. DOOR JR. & CO.
ONE PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
WHISKY just received told for saleby
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
73 Market Stroet.
CITY BONDS FOR SLAB.
ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS of $5OO
each, bearing B por cent. Interest, being a nee and
good investment. Apply to
tob4 3md W. B. VBILBRIEN.
THE undersigned, DOCTOR OF. DENTAL
SURGERY, has returned and resumed his practice
n State street opposite the 'Brady Rouse," where he
will be pleased to attend to all who may desire biz ear
vices. Esep24J B. M. GILDEA.,'D. D. S.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Hoisery, Gloves, Gauntletts, in large quantities. •
Great assortment of Embroideries.
Ladies Underwear, different sizes and quality.
Gentlemen's do do du
Misses' do do do
Boys' do do do
Cloths, Caseimeres, Sailnetts, Jeans,
- And everything for Men and Boys wear.
Ali goods, without distlnctionsto style or quality, will
be sold at a very slight advance, and leas t h an oost-of
CA'IIICART & BROTHER,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank
SEVERAL COMFORTABLE DWELLING
HOUS' in different parts of this city. Stabling at
waled to Some of them. Possession given the first of
April next. Wit-Sm] CHAS. C. RAWN•
.411E3.1LiZ1 - 31116.
QIIiNCE. • PEAR.
CURRANT, PE ACA,
• APPLE, BLACKBERRY,
• • ORANGE, RASPBERRY.
Just received from New York and warranted super
itne. Efeb26l scm. "C. ""
T ENS' VALLEY MIT COAL
ju lade at $3 00 per ton.
aar ALL COAL DELIVERED BY PASBM
JAMES M. WHEELER.
,igir:Ooal delivered from both yerds. novl6
EI2IIR F. J/MLNOa
DR. G. F. BIGELOW,