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"Wednesday Afternoon, March 27 . , IS6I
A VIOLENT NAIL STORM, accompanied with
thunder and lightning, passed over our city
before daylight this morning.
GIVE HIM TIMELY NoT►ca.--The first of April
is at hand, and many of the subscribers will
no doubt change their resilience ; all such will
give timely notice to the carriers.
Th Looa•uP contained only two occupants
last night—rough-looking customers, constitu
ting a portion of that class composing what a
cotemporary styles the "preyed edges of soci
ety"—upon a bearing this morning, they were
Crr OaDINAIWEEI.—We publish in our adver
tising coluinns two ordinances, recently enact
ed by Council, which interests all classes of cit .
hens. They contain some excell en t p rov i s i ons
which it is to be hoped will be rigidly enforced
by the police officers.
NAvramoN.--The Susquehanna and Tide
Water Canal, between Wrightsville, Pa., and
Havre-de-Grace, Md., is now open, and navi
gation on it has been resumed. The water was
let into it on the 17th inst., and the packet
boats for the convenience of the lumbermen
and rivermen commenced running forthwith.
CONGRESSMAN ILL-Dr. Thomas B. Cooper
Representatives elect from the Bucks and Le
high Congressional district, continues in poor
health. We understand that he has not been
outside of his house for several months. In
case of the calling of an extra session of Con:
gress by President Lincoln, it is probable that
Dr. Cooper would not be able to attend.
Tas Lamm ON Eavn, delivered in the cham
ber of the House of Representatives last even
ing, by our talentend„ friend Wm. H. Aim
strong, of the Licoming county representative
delegation, was attended by a large and intelli
gent audience of ladies and gentlemen. The
learned lecturer acquitted himself in a masterly
manner, and his description of matters and
things in Egypt were of a highly interesting
CAVALRY SQUADRON. —At a meeting held at
the European Hotel, on the 20th inst. It was
resolved that a meeting for drill be held at
the Harrisburg Park, on Saturday afternoon,
the 30th inst., at half past one o'clock, when
all desirous of uniting with the Squadron be
required to contribute five dollars toward the
purchase of material for uniform, and unite in
an election of permanent officers then and there
to be held.
By order. D. J. UNDER, Acting Q, S.
NEPA= IN TIME.—As the spring and sum
mer approaches we should prepare in time to
meet it, and in order to do so wo advise our
readers to examine the advertisement of our
friend Banters in another column. We can
speak by the book when we assert that there
is no better workman in his line in this city,
and that his work can be relied upon. There
is nothing more comfortable than a good bed
when you retire at night, and those who wish
to enjoy the comfort of a good one should call
at Bantam's without delay.
A Cumous LEGA', PEOWEED.ING. —The Supreme
Court, now in session in Philadelphia, had a few
days since before it a most singular and cu
rious case. A citiz?.nof Luzernecounty, named.
Elisha Harris, died some time ago, leaving a
large farm, but no money. At the sale of his
personal effects, David Hutcbmacher purchased
an old article of furniture, giving fifteen cents
for it. It was afterwards concluded to split it
up for kindling wood, in doing which the
owner discovered a concealed deposit, amount
to $3,754, in specie and notes. He immediate
ly notified the administrator of thordiscovery,
and the result was a suit to determine the
rightful ownership of the money. The Lucerne
Court decided in favor of the administrator,
from which the finder appealed to the Supreme
Court. The Supreme Court has, however, af
firmed the judgment of the Court below. The
defendant will therefore he obliged to pay the
money so found to the administrator.
Cuas Fort Daussrmusss.—There is a famous
prescription in England, says the Springfield
Republiean, for the cure of drunkenness, by
which thousands are said to have been assisted
in recovering themselves. The receipt came
into notoriety through the efforts of John Vine
Hall, father of Rev. Newman Hall, and Capt.
Vine Hall, commander of the Great Eastern
steamship. He had fallen into such habitual
drunkenness that his most earnest efforts to re
claim himself proved unavailing. At length he
sought the advice of an eminent physician, who I
gave him a prescription which he followed
faithfully for seven months, and at the end of
that time he had lost all desire for liquors, al
though he had been for many years led captive
by a most debasing appetite. The recipe,
which he afterwards published, and by which
so many ogler drunkards have been assisted to
reform, is as follows : "Sulphate of iron, 6
grains ; magnesia, 10 grains ; peppermint wa
ter, 11 drachms; spirit of nutmeg, 1 drachm;
to be taken twice a day." This preparation acts
as a tonic and stimulant, and so partially sup
plies the place of the accustomed liquor, and
prevents that absolute physical and moral pros
tration that follows a sudden breaking off from
the use of stimulating drinks. In cases where
the appetite for liquors is not too strong the
medicine supplies the place of the accustomed
drams entirely, but Mr. Hall continued the
use of liquors at first with the medicine, di
minishing the amount gradually until he was
able to throw away his bottle and glass allto
gather, after which he continued to take the.
medicine a month or two, till be felt. that he
was wholly restored to self-control, and could
ejoice in a sound mind and a sound body.
Pertnoginania nag ittlegrapti, iliebneobag 'Afternoon, Mord) 27, 1861.
Tau NEW MILITIA 13.11 L.—A. supplement to
the present militia bill is before the Legislature.
For the benefit of our military readers, we ex
tract the following. It provides that it shall be
unnecessary for assessors to give notice to the
persons whose names are on the military roll,
as required by the Act of April 21st, 1858; re
lieves the assessors ai3d commissioners from re
viewing the enrollment, as required by the
second section, and the company failing to
make the return by its commanding officer, as
directed by the third section, not to be entitled
to any portion of the militia fund.
The return of the amount of the military
fund collected, heretofore made by the com
missioners, to the brigade board of auditors,
the balance remaining, after payment•of mili
tary expenses, to be distributed pro rata among
the uniformed companies of the brigade, and
neither officers nor privates to receive per diem
pay for parading.
The brigade inspector, upon finding a defi
cient number in a company, shall disband it,
and shall not have power to inspect a company
having a less number than thirty-tw6 officers
and privates. A company having this requi
site number shall have power to form a consti
tution and enact such by-laws as may be ap
proved by two-thirds of the members, provided
the same is not inconsistent with this Act, or
the one to which this is a supplement. The
fines and penalties imposed may be collected
upon a warrant drawn by the Captain, the
powers to collect to be the same as that given
to collectors of cummntation of State taxes.
eight companies shall be required to make a
regiment, instead of five, and resignations of
all commissioned officers in the brigade to be
made to the Brigadier General.. The - number
of volunteers necessary to contest the election
of la Brigadier General or Brigade Inspector
shall be fifty instead of one hundred, to con
test the election of any field officer, twenty
five instead of fifty, and of company officers,
ten only shall be required, the Court of In
quiry in all cases to be composed of volunteer
The rank of the staff of the Major General
shall be that of a Major, the staff of a Briga
dier General that of Captain, and the Adjutant
General to be that of Brigadier General.
The salary of the Brigade Inspector shall be
Sfty dollars, and instead of furnishing a cor
rect account of his correspondence as well as
military expenses to the County,Treasurer, he
shall be required to report to the Brigade Board
The Brigade Board of Auditors shall consist
of five officers of the Brigade, to be appointed
by the commanding officer, who shall be Pre
sident, and three of the number be a quorum
The list section of the Act provides that it,
and all other Acts not supersed by it, shall be
printed in pamphlet form, properly indexed,
and every commissioned officer and County
Treasurer furnished with a - copy, together with
all rules and regulations that may be made in
pursuance thereof by the Adjutant General,
who, in preparing the same, shall be guided
by the rules and regulations -of the army of
the United States, so fi l ir as tbe same may be
expedient and proper. •
A LOCOMOTIVE AND PASSENGER CAR OVER A
Draw BRUN:al.—Narrow Escape.—A terrible ac
cident occurred to a Hackensack and New York
train on Wednesday night, by running off of an
open draw on the bridge crossing the Hacken
sack river, on the New York and Erie road,
seven miles from Jersey City, but fortunately
without resulting in the loss of life. The train,
consisting of a locomotive, tender and a very
long iron car, in which were about 'twenty pas
sengers, Including two ladies, left Jersey City
at 6.35 p. m. Upon approaching the Hacken
sack bridge, the engineer, Benjamin Carley, did
not seethe red ball which was raised as a sig
nal for the train to stop. He was not, there
fore, aware of the danger until the locomotive
reached the end of the bridge, when he blew
the brakes down; but owing to the snow and
ice on the rails, the wheels did not take hold,
and a moment afterwards the locomotive went
to the bottom of the river, which at that point
is twenty-seven feet in depth. The engineer
went down to the bottom and sustained severe
bruises. He was finally rescued.
The fireman, Theodore Van Buren, jumped
from the locomotive into the river and" swam
to the shore.
The iron car passed over the tender and
struck against the abutment on the opposite
side, with such force as to break the end in
and gradually sunk into the water several feet.
There were five passengers in the forepart of
the car, which is partitioned off as a smoking
car. As the car sunk down they were immersed
until the water was up to their necks, when
they broke out a window and succeeded in sav
ing themselves. The passengers in the main
part of the car were hurled forward with con
siderable force, but it is stated that none of
them were injured beyond some slight bruises.
At the moment the train run off, a schooner
was just in the act of passing through the
bridge, and her bowspirit was driven through
the lower part of the iron car, and broken off.
Information was sent to Jersey City, when the
division superintendent, Mr. Taylor, proceeded
' to the scene with a locomotive and gang of
men, and after some delay the passengers were
sent to Hackensack. The engineer, Carley,
was taken to the hospital in Jersey City. He is
badly bruised about tlie hips and body, but it
is thought he will recover. The conductor,
B. A. Doremus, received some injuries, but not
of a serious nature.
SALE OF BANK Sroox.—The hundred shares of
Harrisburg Bank stock, advertised to be sold at
auction yesterday, at the Jones House, was
purchased before the time of sale at thirty dol
lars—par value, twentyfive. It would proba
bly have brought more if it had gone to the
Now Is TEE TI.11:11 to lay your stock of Gar
den and Flower Seeds, and SELLER'S Drug store
is the place to get them fresh and good, ajad as
cheap as at any other establishment, quantity
and quality considered.
LocK-UP rN RIDPTZTOWA.—A bill is now be
fore the House of Itepresentstives to provide
for the erection of a lock-up in the borough of
THE SOUTHERN REPOT:MON.-A NIGHT VISIT
TO FORT PICKENS. —The Observer relates the
subjoined incid€nt as the probable foundition
for the rumor started by the New York Even
ing Post, a few days since, that Fort Pickens
had been assailed
One night last week, Mr. Doyle, one of the
head machinists of the yard, and well known
here for his reckless dating, made a visit to
Santa Rosa Island to ascertain what was going
on at Fort Pickens by the light of the stars.
He built a decoy fire some distance up the
beach, which attracted the attention of the
Second Lieutenant at Fort Pickens who, whilst
approaching stealthily towards the fire, was
arrested and taken prisoner by Dayle. ifter a
lengthy interchange of views respecting the
crisis and a copious drink of Mr. Doyle's good
brandy, the prisoner was discharged with seve
ral "bricks in his hat" and a high opinion of
the skill and generosity of his captor. A' few
evenings thereafter this same Mr. Doyle made
another visit to the island, and by the darkness
of the night actually succeeded in effecting an
entrance into the fort for the pnrpose of spiking
the guns, but was discovered too early to ac
complish his purpose.. He was taken before
Lieut. Slemmer, to the astonishment of the
whole garrison, who threatened to hang him
by the neck for his " treasonable audacity."
But Doyle reminding him and the Lieutenant
of his kind treatment to the latter under like
circumstances on a previous evening, was spar
ed so painful an infliction, and was simply con.
fined during the night and sent to the Navy
Yard the nest morning in charge of a file of
Two companies of about 160 men left Mon
gomery for Pensacola Thursday last
Ron. John H. Reagan, Postmaster General
for the Confederate States, has issued two cir
culars for the information of all concerned, in
in which he says, it is the wish of the Govern
ment at Montgomery that all Postmasters and
other employees in the postal service should
continue to perform their duties as such, and
render all their accounts and pay all moneys
to the order of the United States, as they have
heretofore done, until the Government of the
Confederate States shall be prepared to assume
the entire control of its postal affairs. This
will be done as soon as practicable. But the
causes of delay incident to the organization of
the departments are such as to place it out of
my power to determine definitely when the
new service will be substituted for the old.
Any attempt to mix the employees of the two
Governments, in the same service, would be
wholly impracticable. And no removals or ap
pointments of Postmasters, or others, in the
postal service, will be madeby this department,
nor will it receive returns relating to or moneys
derived from the postal service, until it shall
assume the entire control of the service.
.11 second circular Mr. Reagan says :
The question as to whether the Government
of the Confederate States will assume any lia
bility to present contractors before it assums
the control of our postal affairs, involves the
idea of liability, on the part of the Government,
for the obligations of the United States, which
cannot be entertained by this department.
MAITIFIG THE MO3T OF IT
The Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel is not
overpleased at the chronic fondness for office
holding displayed by the leading revolutionary
spirits of the South. It remarks:
Mr. Cobb, In the State Convention, praised
very highly the moderation and patriotism of
the Cabinet officers of our new Government.
He forogt to mention, however, that some of
them hold two three_ofrmea4ach, for all of
which they might, if they ' , choose,. dra,Wqray - .:
The annual pay of a Cabinet officer (six thou
sand dollars) may not be very extravagant,
but when that of member of Congress and del
egate in the State Convention, with mileage
for both is added, It becomes rather a big
thing. It seems hard that so many offices
should be monopolized by single individuals,
where there is such a crowd of hungry patriots
willing to serve their country for a small con
Turas Mu, Tex.—The Railroad Company,
says the Hollidaysburg Register, it seems have
promptly responded to the requirements of the
act repealing the Tonnage Tax, and reduced all
freights three mills per mile, whether for a short
distancior a long one. This is the redaction on
the Winter Rates, and we understand that a cor
responding reduction will be made on the
Summer Rates, when the summer freight sea
son arrives. This is right ; and with the ben
efits of the repeal going thus, directly to the
shippers of way freight, whether they be far
mers forwarding their grain and flour, or man
ufacturers the products of their establishments,
or whatever it may •be,. the Repeal will be ap
proved. The Company have only to pursue a
just and liberal policy towards way shippers,,
(as we feel assured they will,) and the people
will rejoice in whatever proper measure is for
the Road's advantage. The reduction already
made has given great satisfaction, to the heavy
TRUTH vs. RHYME.—
.There are those that say in these enlightened days
That splendid lies are all the poet's praise ;
That strained invention, ever on the wing,
Alone impels the modern bard to sing.
'Tie true that all who rhyme, nay, all who write,
Shrink from the word to genius trite ;
Yet truth sometimes will lend her noblest fires,
And decorate the verse herself inspires ;
This fact, in virtue's name, let Mina & Bonus claim,
For Dry Oeods handsome, beautiful and cheap,
Are always found at the south•eest corner Front and
Mumma! Musnos ! Mostnisl-100 0 yards
of the very best unbleached Muslin, 10 cents ;
2000 yards of beautiful bleached Muslin, 10
oents ; 2000 yards of the best long cloth Mus
lin., 12i- cents, which I will sell by the piece at
11 tents ; 2000 yards of remnant of Calico
De Leine, to be sold very cheap; remnants of
colored Silk, cheap ; De Laines and other dress
goods at cost ; Broche Shawls and other Shawls
at cost; Cassimere for pants; Black Cloth,
Cassinetts, and a large lot of pants stuff at
cost ; a splendid assortment of Cambrics, Taco
netts, Cambric Bands, Hematiched Handker
chiefs, which I will sell at auction prices ; white
and colored Flannel at cost. Fir cheap goods
call at S. lawy's, Rhoads' old corner. t
WooD's Has ItaTmAnvß.—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 Hair Restorativ enow
has. His Restorative has passed the ordeal of innumer
able fashionable toilets, and the ladies, wherever they
have tested it, pronounce it a peerless article. They
find, wherever they have tested it, pronounce it a peer
less article. They find, where the hair le thinned, that
it ereatei 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 grayness has actually su
pervened, gives a rich lustre, imparts the softness and
dexibility of Si lk to the hair, and keeps it always lnarl
ant, healthy and in full vigor.—"N. Y. Tribune..
Solid by all respectable Druggists ' dell 1m
to 1 t
'4 2 ti
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATURE,
TREATMENT AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATOR
BREA or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervous
ness, Involuntary Emissions and Impotency, resulting
from Self-abuse, &c. By Robt. J. Culverwell, M. D.—
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, pest
bald, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. CHAS. J. C.
KLINE, 127 Bowery, New York. Post Office Box , No.
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PTLLS AND PHOENIX BITTSES.—
ed - Poswil.—TE cases of Scrofula
ligint,Scu al rey i , or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few dayevery vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their perming effects on the blood. Billloas Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in short,
most all diseases soon yield to their curative properties
:No family should be without them, as by their timely
use much suffering and expense may be MVOS. .
Prepared by Wit. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, and
r sale by all Druggists nov9-wly
Tits ADVERT:MIER, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after
having suffered several years with a severe lung affect.
lon, and that dread disease, Consamptien—is anxious to
make known to his fellow•enffereie the means of enre.
'lb all who desire lt, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of' charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure cure Ite Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c. The
only object of the advertiser In sending the Prescription
is to benefit the ambled, and spread information which
he conceives to be nvaluable, and he hopes every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing. •
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
REV. BDWABD A. WILSON,
Kings county, New York.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE FILLS.
Prepared from a Prater* Zion of Sir Clarke, N. D.,
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine Is unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates alt excess and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
TO MARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Bach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp or Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
These Pals should not be Taken by ,females during the
FIRST THREE NONTlißqf Pregnaucy,affhey are sure
tog bring on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are
In all MIS of Nervous and Spinal Affectiens, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, hese Pills wit
effect a cure when all other means have failed ; and al
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions m the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
N. 8.-4.1.00 and S postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 50 Pills,
by return mail.
jrco• oils by C. A. aiIiNVARL iy9 dewly
A CARD TO THE LADIES
DR• DUPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
nfallible in correcting, regulating, and removing all
obstructions, from whatever cause, and al
ways successitil as a preven
rmeriESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both in France and
ca, with unparalleled success in every case ; and
he is urged by many thousana ladies who used them to
make the Pills public' for the alleviation of those artifetling
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of family where health will not permit it.—
Females partioalarly situated, or these supposing them
selves so, are cautioned against these Pills while in that
condition, as they are sun to produce miscarriage, and
the proprietor assumes no responsibility after this admo
nition, although their mildness would prevent any mis
chief to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Fell and explicit directions accompany each box. Prise
$1 00 per box. Sold wholesale and retail by
OHABLIDS A. BANNVABT, Druggist,
No. 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa.
"Ladies," by sending him $1 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation to
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of pos
tage" by mail. Sold also by S. S. - Moms, Reading,
ommoa, HomowAr & Comma, Philadelphia, j. L. Lex.
mans, Lebanon; M
Damn H. Hsrn3Ercr, Lancastr; J. A.
W o es, Wrightsville ; B. T. UM, Yorkand 1:7 one.
druggis L t
in every city and village in the Delon, and by
S. D. Hown, sole proprietor, New York. •
N. B.—Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless every box is signed S. D. Howe. All
others area base imposition and unsafe; therefore,- as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be
ing humb egged out of your money) buy only of those
who show the signature of B. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterfeited. deldWikawly.
V. N S B
ehildr i ente g
a ud ' 4EI SYRUPP
ILLS for headache. A fresh supply received at EEL
LBWS DRUG STORE, where you can purchase all the
saleable Patent Medicines of the day.
91 Market street,
two doors east of Fourth street, south side.
FOR RENT.—The Tavern Stand on
Ridge Road, now occupied by Samuel W. Roberts is
offered for rent from the let of April next. Enquire of
feb9-dtf MRS. BadTGEN, No. 30, Fourth Street.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
THE STORE ROOM next to the Court
House, late in the occupancy of Mr. Glover. rm.
session given on the first of April. Enquire of
j a ci27-t F. WERTH.
STATE CAPITAL BANK.
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO.
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT BIS.,
HARRIS WEIEIG, PENN.
FOR RENT.—THE DWELLING PART
of the . POUR STORY BRION HORSE No. 93 Market
street. Possession given on the Ist of April next. For
particulars enquire of tia- , 9. 3 J. B. SIMON.
NiVELSH, BROTHER'S OLD RESERVE
WINE foil bodied and fruity. In store and for
sale by . JOKE H. ZIEQLER,
fable 73 Market street.
SSTORAGE ! STORAGE 1 !
1 .-/TORAGE received at the Warehouse
AFRESH AND COMPLETE assortment
Jest received and for sale b y
febal WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
EXTRA SUGAR CURED HAMS
For sale by
mr.. DOCK JR. &CO
OUR UNION & OONSTITUTION4
66ellErR GOVERNMENT," by M. M"Kfic-
NEY, is a work containing the Comity/Imam or
ins Uarrzo Brans, giving the construction of its Terms
and Provistons, showing the relations of the, several
States to the Union and each other, and explaining gene
rally the System of Government of the Canntry. Price
Si DO. Sold, and orders supplied, by him, at Harris
burg, Pa. feb2l
Agents for Counties and States wanted.
THE undersigned, Commissioners of
Dauphin county, Pennsylvania, hereby inform the
public in general that in consenuenee of the approaching
completion cf the new Court House of the county, In the
city of liarrisburg, a number of County Loans are so ,
Belted, ;or which coupon bonds payable at from three
to thirty years, will be excuted to the lender clear of all
taxes, UM semi-annual interest will be paid pun dually
at the Dauphin County Treasury. Therefore persons
wishing to make? safe investments will, it is expected,
avail themselves of this opportunity.
JOHN- S. MUSSER,
feht6 lmwad GEORGE GAME:RICH.
_ 331 1-11.
DR. D. W. JONES,
lIAS moved his office to the National
House in Market street, opposite the Post Moe.—
Be particular and observe the name on the window.—
Dr. Jones may be consulted on all diseases but more
particularly dieases of a private nature. Dr. JONES
has curid a number of private and other diseases
in this city and elsewhere, and some of them had almost
given up all hopes of recO , r y , and was restored by the
use of his powerful vegetable 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 Thom three to live
days, and can be had at any time of Dr. JONES, at his of.
dce,•at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle Is Sufficient
to cure a mild cue.
This is one of the worst of all diseases. Dr. JON)
pledges himself to cure Syphilis in its worst forms. This
disease makes its appearance in so many different forms,
that a single plan of treatment will not reach it In all its
featsres ; an %may require different remedies, according
to the nature of the ease. Dr. JONES wilt make a writ
ten article with any one—NO CURE NO PAY I The re.
median used by Dr. JONES, arepurely vegetable, and need
co change of Wet 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 cured will destroy both mind and body. Both
sexes fall victims to this disease. The symptoms are—
Pain in the Head, Dimness of Sight, Binghsg m the Ears,
Pimples en the Face, Loss of Memory, Frightful Dreams
at Night, Weakness in the Back, Fain in the Breast, and
Cough, (indicative of Cousumption,) Dyspepsia, great
Derangement of the Nervous System, and so on till Death
puts an end to their sufferlogs. To such Dr. JONES of
fers a perfect restoration, with such mild and Balmy
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the victim of
this Distressing Disease., .
Those suffering from Golds, and Derangement of the
Nervous System, can speedily be restored to amid
health and, vigor.
Dr. JONES may be consulted at all times at big office,
personally or by letter, describing all symptoms. All
letters mast contain a stamp to ensure answer.
DU. D. W. JONES,
L e ' TRY IT TRY IT I.
A Radical Restoralive of Insensible Ilespiralion.
IT is a fact. beyond the power of
contradiction, that it is infallible in the cure of
Burns, Scalds, Nervous Diseases, All
TamomPiles, Scrofula, Erysipelas,
Chilblains, Sore Eyes, Quinsy,
Croup, Rheumatism, Colds,
coidreet, Liver Complaint,
Asthma, and all
DISEASES OF THE CHEST.
It Is rightly termed All-Healing, for there is
scarcely a Lisease external or internal that it will
: For sale at the Grand Depot,
Et N0.143 FELTON STREET, NEW YORE. ~.
And by all Druggists throughout the United States. W ,
-- J. MoaLISTER, P 4
143 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Agents wants i immediately to introduce it into '•
C 4 families, who may receive it on liberal terms, for li
ii( cash. mara•dam =
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened hie
iiemßEß OFFICE, corner of Third street and Black
berry alley, near Herr's Hotel.
Dry Lumber of all kinds and qualities, for sale by
W. F. MURRAY.
the undersigned will Bell Horses, Carriages and har
ness low for cash,
AlDO—Horses and Carriages to hire atthe same office.
marll FRANK A. MURRAY.
SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish the
Dauplk in County Poor Hones with such meat as may
be wanted. from time to time, will be received by the
Di' enters up to the 2711 f DAY OF MARCH, qui opened
and contract awarded. 011 TUESDAY, the 2d of April, 1861,
to the lowest and best bidder. The meat mast be of
good quality and delivered at the building.
All proposals to be handed. to the steward of the Poor
House. _ JOHN RAY SOB,
m6-3tdaltw Directors of Poor.
every description in cans and jars,
each package warranted.
mar 4 WIL DOCK JR. gc
FRESH GARDEN and FLOWER SEEDS.
The largest stock In the city. All kinds of Garden
Seeds in largo papers at three cents per paper, for rale
by DAVID HAYNES,
inerl2.lm 110 Market street.
FRESH GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWER
SKEDS. An entire ttow stock of Inge and small
packages plot received at
SELLER'S DUO STORE,
marll 91 Market street.
SPERM CANDLES !
A LARGH SUPPLY JUST MUM- BY
17 •WM. DOOR JR. Br, CO
Irtzulla JI e 0 U 0,
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZINN:ERMAN & CO;
O. 52 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
AA Pa.,opposite $ 868'9 Hozza and adjoining the
Enem FlOrat, having purchased the stock of E. F
Jennings, and added a large assortment of NEW JEW-
Rialri we will sell the same at the lowest cask price, and
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neatly and promptly re
paired and delivered.
LURED P. ZnitINRIKAN & CO
Having disposed of my stock of Jewelry to A. F. Zim
merman & Co., I cheerfully recommend them to my for
mer customers as practical and experienced Watch
Makers, and solicit Or them a continuance of the patron.
age which has been eo generously extended to me during
the last sit years.
Jan 29 ELMER F. JENNINGS.
At the Ninth hl aas of the Kass. 'am&this
Mechanic Asexiation, 1860,
MESSRS. CIEWSERING & SONS
TEE' GOLD , MEDAL
GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO-FORTES ;
• AND Tat ONLY PUNIUR,
A SILVER MEDAL,
POE THE BEST lIPPIGHT PIANOS,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THESE NANA
No. 94 MARKET ST., HARRISBURG.
Oure Cough, Cold, Hoarseness , /Vitt
-OSW/dir emus, any Imitation or Somas of
Q;1. - c.l ' the throat, Barre Ms Hacking
BR ON CHIAL eltbrkilthammnsta, ePtrCataßren-trh,
Mar and giaratrength to
"? 00\ the voice of
PUBLIC SPBA.SE RS
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in ifs first stage ; that which In the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, it neglected., soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCEIIB,'
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
“That trouble in my Throat, (for which
the "TROCHES' , are a specific.) haling
made me often a mere whisperer.”
N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their lute to Poen
Spoken." . _
~.7 j ~. ~
REV. R. H. CHAPIN.
"fl proved extremely aervmeable
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
' , Almost instant relief In the distromlng
labor of breathing peculiar to .Aathma.,7
REV. A. O. EGGLESTON.
I .Clontata no Opium or anything fakir!-
1 orbs." DR. A.A. HAY,
"A simple and pleasant combination Fe:
DS. G. f' .BIGE.LOW,
"Bonoficlai In Bronchitis
DR. .1 F. W. LANA
"I have proved View excellent for
REV. B. W. WARREN,
'•Beneficial when compelled to speak,
offering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON,
"Effectual in removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
Speakers and Singers."
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON,
La Grange, Ga.
, Teacher of Hugo, Southern
~l 'III : 141
"Great. benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they 'prevent Hoarse
ness. From their past effect, I think they
will be of permanent adotmtage to me."
REV. E. Bomar, A. hi.,
President of Athensj College, Tena.
erSold by Druggists at 26 cents box.
Soled Schools for Boys and Girls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
friFall term of ROBERT liff ELWEE'S
e ß bool for boys, will open on the last Monday in
Angust. The room is well ventilated, comfortably fur -
nished, and in every respeot well adapted for school
OATRARINB IVELWEE'S School for girls, located in
the same buildingl will open for the Fall term at the same
time. The room has been elegantly fitted up during the
vacation, to promote the health and comfort of scholars.
.wm - esmc
SHAD, No. I,
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 arrr to the BABBYLL in store and for sale at the
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES!
HAVING JUST RETURNED from the
Eastern cities where we have-selected with the
GERM= as= a large and complete assortment of su
perior goods' which embrace anything kept in the best
city graceries t we respectfully and cordially Invite: the
public to call and examine our stock and NOTICE OUR
feb,6 WE!. DOCK JR. & CO.
livaturr, Sams CORN,
SPLIT FBAS. BABLIY,
• hassow FAT Busk
WHOLE PEAS, &a , &O.
Just received and for sale at the 'rowan ass papas.
016 Wbf. DOOR JR. & 00.
ONE PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
WHISKY just received and for sale by
JOHN H. ZIEGIJIR,
Jan]. 73 Market Street.
CITY BONDS FOR SLAE.
ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS of - $5OO
ILor each. bearing 8 per cent; interest being aisafe and
good investment,. Apply to
feb4 Bmd W. K. VERI3EKIL
THE undersigned. DOCTOR. OF DENTAL
SURGERY, bits returned and reasoned hiennict!ee
n State street opposite the ' , Brady House," where he
will be pleased to attend to all who may desire his air
vices. [sep24] B. M. DILDEA, D. D. S.
MOURNING G 0 0 DS
OF EVERY DESORPTION.
Hoisery, Gloves, Ganntletts, in large quantrUes.
Great assortment of Embroideries.
Ladies Underwear, different sizes and quality.
Gentlemen's do do do
Misses' do do do
Boys' do do do
Cloths, Casslmereli, Satinet's. Leans,
And everything for Men and Boys wear.
All goods, without distinction to style oe quality, will
be sold at a very slight advance, upd less than cost of
CATHCART & BROTHER,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank
dIT Market Square,
QEVERAL COMFORTIBJE D WELLING
ky HOUSES in different parts of this eity. .Stab Rog at
tached to some of them. Posseeeion given the first of
April next. t[l2-3ml . CaAs. C. RAwfq,
QUINCE, PEAR. -
Just received from New York and warranted super=
floe. [feb26] Wm. DOM Jr., & Co.
BOURBON W HIS KEY
A A VERY superior article of BOURBON
WHISKri, In gnarl bottles, to store and tdi sale by
JOHN H. =Grin,
n u /WU; Swot.
WM. DOCK, JR. IR CO