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Friday Afternoon, March 29 , 1861.
A Boom AT IiARBISTIIIIIG.—This morning a
bill was read in the Senate for the incorpora
tion of a company to construct a boom in the
river Susquehanna at or near this city.
TEE UNION PRAYER ?JESTING will be held in
the Presbyterian church, corner of Market.
Squire; to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, corn
mencink at four o'olock, as usual.
CmNos of LOCATION.—The City Fathers this
afternoon vacated the Walnut Street Exchange
and took possession of the new Council,Cham
bar in the Court House, where their future
meetings will be held-
Palm .F.tatemor.—The bill to establish a
law library in the city of Harrisburg, recently
published in this paper, passed the Senate fi
nally yesterday. No doubt it will pass the
House,and become a law.
VIOLATING OHDINANCeS.-- N111:110r01:113 eoM
plaints are made of the violations of ordinances.
They will be attended to as soon as the Chief
of Police, now prostrated by illness, resumes
his official post.
ANOTITER. MAIL AMT. -Mr. Solomon pooth,
of Mifflin, has been appointed a mail agent on
the Pennsylvania Railroad between tl* city
and Altoona. He takes the place of Mr. Ser
geant, and is said to be competent for the
MAuxur HAVRE. —At the meeting of Common
Council last night, the only appointment made
was that of Frederick P. Keehnlen for Market
Master. The new ordinance goes into effect on
and after Wednesday next, and the people ex
pect that Mr. Ilaehnlen will faithfully and
fearlessly enforce its provisions.
FAST DRIVING. —Wm. Reigle, employed b y
the Adams Express Company, was before the
Mayor this morning, charged with a violation
of the ordinance prohibiting fast and reckless
driving within the'city limits. He was fined
one dollar and costs, which he paid and was
LAHORNR.—lnformation was made before the
Mayor this morning against two colored men
named James Dorsey and Wm. Bender, for lar
ceny of a store box from Cyrus J. Reese. War
rants were issued for them, but at the time of
penning this item they have not been captured.
APPROPRIATION TO THE FIREMEN.—This morn- -
lug, pending the consideration of the appro
priation bill in the House, the section offered
by Dr. Heck, giving each of the fire companies
of this city the sum of seventy-five dollars, was
adopted by a vote of forty e yeas to thirty-six
nays. We have no doubt the Senate will con-
cur in this action.
CORNER erns LkYING.—The corner stone of
the Odd Fellow's Hall at Lykenstown will be
laid, with appropriate ceremonies, to-morrow
afternoon at two o'clock. Arrangements have
been made for a parade of the order on the oc
casion, which we presume will be participated
in by Odd Fellows of this city and the various
towns in the upper section of the county.
Tux following is supposed to describe the
"Dixie" whose praise is growing universal:
Oh. is not this a happy land—
'With wine upon the lses?
Where pot-pies smoke is six quart pans,
And dumplings grow on trees?
Where Nature's lessons may be read
In every babbling brook?
Where bumblebees don't sting a chap,
And muty cows don't hook?
THAT PITTSBURG PARDON.—The item in yes
terday's paper, relating to a pardon, copied
from a • Pittsburg paper, was incorrect. The
facts are, as we learn from an official source,
that a young man named Daniel Mitchell was,
on the thirty.first of January, pardoned for the
offence of a trifling larceny, upon representa
tions made by a large number of prominent
citizens, which were conclusive as to its propri
ety. He was intended to be pardoned, and the
papers were made out accordingly.
TER "SOAP MAN" DRIVEN OUT ON Rocmt.
The public career of the distingnished vendor
of that "unrivalled New England Soap," Pro
fessor Gardner, who flourished extensively in
this city some two years ago, has come to an
ignominons conclusion. He fled from Roches
ter a few nights ago to, avoid prose9ution, or
what was quite as bad, dogging, from partiee
who detected him in some infamous acts. The
"Professor" was obliged to leave Harrisburg-for
similar reasons, and we presumed the lesson
he learned here might lead to his reformation ;
but in this we have been disappointed. Gard
ner,has had a sort of reputation before the pub
lic for ten or twelve years, and in his way was
regarded as a pretty clever as well as shrewd
fellow. We regret his having done that which
thus disgraces him. Allier—the developments
made, whioh ire too disgusting for recital, the
probability is we shall no more hear of him as
a lecturer and soap vendor.
THE FUNERAL or PROFESSOR WASZOSI, peter
day afternoon, was largelyattended., The re
ligious exercises were conducted by the late
pastor of the Locust Street Methodist chnich,
Rev. Dr. Bishop, who came here from l'hilatfel
phla for that purpose. It is pleasant to linger
over the memory of a true man—one who by
his knowledge has tended to leave the world
wiser, and by his conduct has helped to make
it better,than he found it. To those who were'
associated with him in his labors it is a source
of peculiar gratification to record their sense
of his services at a time when his eyes are
closed and his eloquence is stopped for ever,
when praise cannot be mistaken .for flattery,
nor the expression of grateful regard be tortur
ed into selfish motives. Such a true man was
Beverly R. Waugh, esteemed and beloved by all
who enjoyed the pleasure of hie acquaintance,
In his death a truly good man haa fallen, and
he will be sadly missed in the domestic circle,
in the church, in the Sabbath-school, and in
society at large. May we all be as well pre
pared as was the deceased, for the summons of
Au Amman SartLa Vroxoartne was lost 'last
evening between Omit's Hotel and Felix's Con
fectionary store. The finder will be suitably
rewarded by leaving it at the bar of tbp Hotel
Tax CAVALRY SQUADRON will meet on the
Park grounds to-morrow afternoon at half-past
one o'clock; t'or dull exercise, and the election
of permanent officers. All desirous of •joining
the company will then be required to advance
therm= of rive dollars towards the purchase of
material for uniforms.
Tau Imams VALLEY Ransom) has had a sup
plement to its charter passed by the Legislature.
By this supplement it is empowered to extend
Ra vi. oad up Williams Valley eastward, as well
as westward around the end of South Mountain,
and thence eastward to Bausch Gap. It is also
empowered to increase its capital stock to
Imesovnio.—The weather to-day is delight
ful. From present indications, old Winter,
who has been lingering in the lap of Spring
for three weeks past, is about to take his de
parture. No doubt all our readers are anxious
to bid the stormy old chap farewell, and wel
come the advent of smiling April with her
balmy south winds and genial showers.
Naw Use von hums Rumen.—One of the uses
to which India Robber is put, is that of furnish
ing the material for business cards. Besides
the. various convenient forms which may be
given to the material, it'may also so be im
proved with any ornament or design suitable
to any particular business. The material makes
light and prettily molded business cards, one
advantage of which is that they cannot be de
faced easily, and are almost Indestructible.
ANOTHER EDITOR RICWARDND.-Our young
friend Mr. Carriden, editor of the Shipensburg
News, has been appointed Postmaster for that
town. He is a clever gentleman and will make
a first class officer. The members of the edit
orial fraternity in this State are being well
provided for by the new affiffinistration. We
(the local) are still "ont in the cold," but hope
to be taken in shortly.
HionwAr Rozasarr.—A man named Peter
Shaeffer was recently attacked on the highway
in Westmoreland county, and robbed of some
$360. It appears at he had sold his farm to
a Mr. Hoffiey, anu was returning home with
part of the proceeds in his pocket, when two
men, with their faces blackened, sprang from
the road aide, and while one of them seized his
horse's bridle, the other demanded his money
or his life. He refused to part with his cash
for the mere asking, whereupon one of the ras
cals discharged a pistol at him, the ball passing
through hie hat. They then dragged him from
his horse and abstracted his wallet, after which
they fled, and hare not since been heard of.
CHANGE ON MARKET Houas.—The summer
arrangement for the city market goes into ef
fect on Wednesday next, the first market day
occurring after the first of April. The maiket
will therefore open at fide o'clock and continue,
until eight. We now give notice ofthe new
arrangement for the benefit of such country
people as read the TXLIOBAPEr. Many of our
rural friends, however, do not take newspapers,
and of course axe ignorant of the enactment of
the ordinance by which they are hereafter to be
governed. In consideration of this fact, we
would suggest to Council the propriety of hav
ing the ordinance printed in slips and exten
sively circulated among the country people who
A BABY Fouls IN A BAGOAGY Roos.—The bag
gage master, of the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad, found in the baggage.room
at Crestline, ou Thuraday last, a female child,
apparently about six days old, dressed in a
pink frock and with a limiter:shawl around it,
the face being left exposed, doubtless with a
view to prevent Its being 'thrown aside as a
bundle, or perhaps to make it more readily no
ticed. When found life was nearly extinct in
the little waidrom cold and want of sustenance
perhaps, but careful nursing soon restored its
natural vitality. The child was adopted by a
family in Crestline, and a number of railroad
men intend raising a fund for its maintenance.
It is supposed to have been purposely left by a
passenger on either the Southern or. Western'
train on Wednesday night.
HOLY Wass:.—The present week in the cal
endar has long been regarded by several denom
inations of Christians as the Holy Week, and
religious services of a solemn and impressive
character are daily conducted in their churches
during its continuance. The Passion of the
Blessed Savior is commemorated, and a host of
believers are no doubt refreshed and invigorat
ed spiritually by its observance. Such occa
sions have been set apart by the Church in all
ages for the commemoration of some Saint, or
some remarkable occurrence in the life of the
Redeemer. It has been a question agitated by
divines whether it be proper to appoint or
keep any holidays, the Sabbath excepted. The
advocates for holidays suppose that they have
a tendency to impress the minds of the people
. greater sense of religion and of the ac
quisition and victories of Christianity, always
celebrated with the highest joy ; also, those
events which relate to the salvation of man,
such as the birth; death and resurrection of
Christ. On the other side, it is observed that
if the holidays had been necessary under the
present dispensation, Christ would have
served something respecting them, whereas he
was silent about them ; also, that it is calcu
lated to bring Christians into that bondage to
ceremonial laws from which Christ delivered
them, and that it is a tacit reflection on the
Head of the Church in not appointing them ;
and that such days, on the whole, are more
pernicious than useful to society, as they open
the door.for indolence. That objections may
have preiailed in those countries and in those
periods of . Chinch history ,when feasts weie
very numerous slid observed,; there fano doubt,
but in latter dais•tbe great difficulty is to Wive
them observed even by members of the Church.
As far as this country is concerned, the general
improadon is that they are productive of good.
Pennsylvania flatly telegrap4, irtbaD 'Afternoon, ittlarc4 29, 1861.
[For the Daily Telegraph.]
The Harrisburg Firemen and the Legis
Drumm :—My attention was called
to a communication in the Patriot and Union,
headed "The Harrisburg Firemen and the Le
gislature," in which the writer makes an un
provoked attack upon me. So far as that com
munication relates to me; it is an unmitigated,
premeditated.lie, from beginning to end, and
has been written by no other than a low brag
gart. That I have opposed the appropriation
asked for by the firemen, either before the Le
gislature or any single member thereof, is .
equally untrue. Whatever may have bee'n my
faults, I have never been accused of being
afraid to stand by my own acts. Of this the
author of tbe communication referred to can
fully satisfy himself if he will come out from
his lurking hole, purge himself of the filth
and slime which must necessarily envelope the
carcass of such a creature, put on what little
manhood nature may have endowed him with,
and try the experiment.
As a citizen and property-holder in this city,
I must necessarily feel it my duty to contribute
my share to the support of the Fre Department.
What motive could I have to oppose an appro.
priation from the State, which would necessari
ly be an advantage to me as well as to the
firemen? I have no petty squabble with .the
firemen, as such. lam not]aware of the fact,
if there are three men in the whole depart
ment who are my personal enemies; but what
ever their number, if they are not such fellows
as are beneath my notice, if I do not get eden
with them singlelanded or in pairs, without
striking at,the whole department, with whom
I have no quarrel, I will charge them or either
of them nothing for what they make of me.
But why ibis attempt to prejudice the fire
men against men who have been among their
best friends? I procured for them the first ap
propriation they ever received from the State,
when a member of the Legislature in 18564,
and I have since that every year used all my
personal efforts to get similar appropriations.
Ia 1869, when Mr. Lawrence, our member, was
on his death.bed, and couldrnot attend to it, I
went to the Chairman of the Committee of
Ways and Means, Mr. Strong, and succeeded it
getting him to put the-appropriation in the
bill, which was secured that year. In addition
to this I have always, when called on, contri
buted as liberally as any other man in the city,
in proportion to the amount of property own
ed, in support of the Fire Department. These
facts are well known to many of the firemen,
and cannot be successfully contradicted by any
one. What, then, can be the motive of the
few persons who are making this desperate ef
fort to get up an issue between the firemen and
myself? Certainly not the good of the former
alone. The writer of the communication re
ferred to says, I "had so bitterly denounced
them (the firemen) in a speech in a recent
campaign." The reiteration of this contradict
ed falsehood may throw some light upon this
singular persevering effort to prejudice the fire
men against me. That my vote may have been
wrong on that occasion, may be possible ; but
that the speech referred to was made, is false,
as will appear by the following.
DAVID MIIRDA, Jr.
DAVID MUMMA, ESQ. :—BASIJCCiaI air:—At a
stated meeting of the Hope Fire company, No.
2, of Harrisburg, held in their hall on Friday
evening, Nov. 18th, the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously adopted :
Wrorases, David Mumma, Esq., has been
charged before this company (as a member of
said company) for using the following language
ata political meeting heldlU - Gratztown during .
the late political campaign: "The firemen, of
Harrisburg were a fancy set of men, and that
they paid little or no tax, and that they itaie,
of little or no account; and in the erection of a.
new Courthouse the people of the county would
have to bear theburden ;" and to which charge we
have, as a company, abundant proof outside
of Mr. Mumma's own statement that the charge
is false and malicious. Therefore be it
Resolved, That the charge brought against
Major Mumma being totally groundless and
unfounded, that he be hereby honorably exhon
orated from the charges preferred against him.
Resolved, That David Mumma, Esq., be unan•
imously elected an honorary member of this
Extract from the minutes.
JACOB M. BAHR,
Secretary of the Hope Company,,No. 2.
INTERBSTING DECISTON.-A few days ago the
Supreme Court rendered a decision in the case
Hutchmaker vs. the administiators of Elisha
Harris, deceased, a detailed report of which re•
coney appeared in the columns of the TEE
*Lim. Huchmaker, it will be recollected,
purchased, at the sale of the personal effects of
Mr. Harris, an old drill machine, for which he
paid fifteen cents. On taking it home and
breaking it up for kindling wood, some $3,000
were found coritealed within it, and the dispute
was as to who should take the money, the ad
ministrators of Mr. Harris or Mr. Huchtnaker,
the purchaser. In deciding the case, Judge
The machine itself, and every essential part
and constituent element wore well sold. The
consideration paid, though , fifteen cents, was
in law a quid pro quo, and the sale, unaffected
by fraud or misrepresentation, passed to- the
purchas'er an indefeasible right to the machine,
and all the uses and purposes to which it could
be applied. But the contents of the machine
are to be distinguished from its constituent
parts. They were unknown to the administra
tors, were not inventoried, were not exposed to
auction, were not sold. Of course they were
not bought. • All that was sold was fairly
bought and may be held by thapurchaser. The
title to what was not sold remains unchanged.
A sale of a coat does not give title to the pock
et book which may happen to be temporarily
deposited in it, nor the sale of a chest of draw
ers a title to the deposits therein. In these
cases,and many others that are 'easily imagined,
the contents are not essential to the , existenceor
usefulness of the thing Contracted for, and riot
being within the contemplation or intention of
the contracting parties, do iipt pass by the sale.
The judgment of the Court below, awarding
the money to the administrators, is therefore
LAST NIGHT OT THE PAII-TEO-NA-TIITO-A.. - Thia
grand exhibition closes to-night, when fifty
three elegant presents will be made to the au
dience, comprising the following articles :
1 Ladies' Gold Hunting Case Watch, $6O 00
1 Large Gold Clasp Family Bible, 20.00.
1 Elegant Silver Cake Basket, , 16.00
1 Set Etruscan Eardrops and Pin, 8.0
1 Heavy Gold Bracelet, - , 10.00
1 Set Cameo Eardrops and Pin, 8. 00
1 Gold Pencil and Case, 6 . 00
1 Gents' Gold Seal Ring, 2.00
1 Gents' Gold Ring, set with stones, 4.00
1 Silver Goblet, 10.00
1 Gents' Gold Ring, set with stones, 3.00
1 Set Gold Shirt Studs and Sleeve-buttons, 3,00
6$ 61 2.00
10 Sets Gold Sleeve-buttons, $1 a set 10.00
1 Gold Locket, is 5.00
5 Sets Gents' Gold Shirt Studs, $1 each, 5.G0
1 Gents' Gold Breastpin, 3.00
14 46 2.00
23 Elegant Books, Lives, Histories, &c., 27.00
Citizens who have not yet visited the Pan
tec-na7thee,a, should to-night embrace the last
opportunity that will be afforded themof seeing
the most accurate and gorgeous panoramic
views ever exhibited here.
MONDAY MORNING, November 21st, 1859
PENNSYLVANIA FEMALE COLLEGIL—We are YE
quested to announce that arrangements are be
ing made to continue the current term in this
institution, and the regular
_duties of the Col
lege will be resumed on Monday morning.
TWENTY-FIVE pieces of beautiful white Curtain
Muslin, nesdle-worked ; 50 pieces of beautiful
hroche Borders for Shawls at 25, 37, - and 50
mita ; 100 yards of splendid black Merino for
Shawls, six-fourths and five-fourths wide;
another new lot of black Muslin at 10 and 121
cents ; splendid black Shawls, with broche bor
der, at all prices ; a large lot of single and dou
ble Broche Shawls at cost ; remnants of Calico
and DeLainea I will sell very cheap. I have
just received a very large lot of white goode of
all descriptions from the New York auction;
also Cambric Band and Edgings, new Calicos,
new bleached Muslin and pant stuff, very low;
Black Silks and colored Silks very low ; haul
stitched Handkerchiefs and gentlemen's linen
poCket-handkerchiefs. For cheap goods please
call at Lawny's, Rhoad's old stand. t
AXlL—This little word always used to be en
titled to three letters. Mr. Webster omits the
final ein all his additions. He. says, "it is
improperly written axe." Strange l In all the
editions of the Bible within our reach, English
and American,' in the best copies of Shaks
peare by Johnson, Walker, Worcesterand Rich
ardson, it is written aye. The final letter does
not, indeed, seem to be of any great necessity,
but that is not the point. We refer to a Dic
tionary to know how a word is spelled, as for
instance, we purchase Dry Goods at trarou &
BOWMAN'S because they are fashionable and
W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
mils SPLENDID HAIR DYE has no
equal—instantaneous* in sited—Beautiful Black or
Natural Brown—no staining the skin or injuring the
Hair—remedies the absurd and 11l effect of Bad Dyes, and
invigorates the Hair for life. None are genuine unless
signed " W. A. Batchelor : " Sold everywhere.
CHAS: BATCHELOR, Proprietor.
mrl9 dawly 81 Barclay Street, i ow York
COMM.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience having proved that simple reme
dies often act speedily and certainly when taken In the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
had to “Brown's Bronchial Troches," or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough, orirritation of the Throat be ever so
slight, as by this precaution %more serious attack may
be warded oir. Public Spitidfflii and Singers will and
them ellectnal for clearing and ands trenigthelling the vela&
See advertisement. delo-d.swiw6m
• , MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATURE,
TREATMENT AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERAIATOR
RHEA or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervous
ness,lnvoluntary Emissions and Impotency, resulting
from Self-abuse, SM. By Robt. J. Culverwell, M. D.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, pest
paid, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. CHAS. J. C.
KLINE, 127 Bowery, New York. Post Office Box , Tits.
4,588. • m2O-Bindaw
PURIFY TEE BLOOD
ii[OggAT'S L>xN Pgag AND PHOENIX MITERS.—
fires frees aid Alineng Poisons.--In oases of Pcroibla
Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often-removing
in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effeetton the blood. BiMoas Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles and in short,
most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties
No family should be without them, as by their timely
use mush suffering and expense may be saved.
Prepared by Wld. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, and
r sale by all Druggisti - nov9-wly
Txs ADVElEtTnialt, having been restored to
health is a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after
having suffered several years with a severe lung affect
ion, and that dread disease, Consamptien—is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire lt, he wili 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 core Rir Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ate. The
only object of the advertlser•in sending the Prescription
is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to be nvalnable end he hopes every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
REY. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings county, New York.
TIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a Prescription of Sir 1. Clarke, AL D.,
Physician Eairsordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unflilling in the core of all.
those painful and dangeretut diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It Moderates all exam 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. .•
Each bottle, price. One Dollar, bears the Goventnent
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
Agee Pitts should not be taken by
,females (luring the
FIRST THREE ifONTHSqf Prrynetuey, asfkey are sure
tot bring on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterias and Whites, hese Pills Wil
effect a care 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 in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
if. 8.-41.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pills,
by return mail.
rm. gale by C. A. ILarsivAnr. Iyg lowly
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DUPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
nhdllble in correcting, regulating, and rem oving all
obarsietiona, , frOM Whatever ramie, and al
ways auccessful as a preven
THESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both in Prance and
America, with unparalleled success in every case ; and
he is urged by many thousand ladies who used them, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of family where health will not permit it.—
Females particularly situated, or these snpposmg 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.
Full and explicit directions accompany each box. Price
$l.OO per box. Sold wholesale and retail by
OBABLIeR A. BANNYART, Druggist,
No. 2 Jones How, Harrisburg, Pa.
"Ladies," by sending him $1 00 to the. Harrisburg
Posit Office, can have the Pills sent free of Osterman to
any parted the country (confidentially) and "free of pos.
tage" by , mall. Sold also by S. B. Snmtml, Reading,
Jennies HOLLOWAY & Cownitv, Philadelphia, J. L. Lax.
agaGiali_LeballOn, DANIEL BENENE, Lancaster; J. A.
WOLF, Wrightsville ; E. T. Maine, York ; and by one
druggist in every city and village in the Union, and by .
S. D. Howe, 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 are a base imposition and unsafe; therefore, ea
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be
ing humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show the signature of B. D. Howe on every box.
which has recently bega added on, account 1:C . the pm§
being counterfeited. . -alss4.wasw/y.
O AND LEMONS.
IORTY BOX in prime order just re
&dyed and for bade by
WM. DOCK ,TR. & CO,
WOOD'S HAM ROYMILATurD.—Amtong all
preparations for the hair that have been introduced as
infallible, none bee over given th e satisfaction or gained
the popularity that Prof. Wood's Hair ftestorativ snow
has. His Reetotative has passed the ordeal of Innumer
able fashionable toilets, and the ladles, wherever they
have tested pronounce it a pestle:it article. They
find,; wherever they have tested it, pronounce it a peer
less article:. They find, Where the hair is thinned, that
it creates a flesh growth—that it folly restores the ve
getative power of the roots on the dehuded 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
flexibility of el lk to the hair, and keeps it always hurl.
ant, healthy and-in full vigor.—"N. Y. Tribune."
Sold by all respectable Druggists deli um
Alf R 3 WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
111..f0r children teething, and SPALDING'S OK MAL 'X
PILLS for headache. d fresh supply received at ICEL.
LEIVS DMIJG STORE, where you can purchase all the
saleable Patent Medicines of the day.
91 Market street,
two dotes east of Fourth street south side.
FOR RENT.—The Tavern Stand on
Ridge Road, now occupied by Samuel W. Roberta is
°tiered for rent from the Ist otApril next. 'lnquire of
feb9-dif MRS. MUMS, No. 80, Fourth Street.
STATE CAPITAL BANK.
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO.
WRYER SECOND AND 1YAL117777 82;
BAR RIR BURG, PENN.
FOR RENT.-THE DWELLING PART
of the FOUR STORY BRICK HOUSE No. 93 Market
street. Possession given on the 'lst of April neat. For
particulars enquire of Dao9. 3. B. SIMON.
WELSH, BROTHER'S OLD RESERVE
NINE fell bodied and fruity,ln store and for
sale by JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
73 Market street.
Q STORAGE STORAGE! !
LPTORAGE received at the Warehouse
A FRESHAND COMPLETE assortment
just received and for sale by
le b2O WM. DOCK JB. & W.
EXTRA SUGAR CURED HAMS
leer sale by
aek22 WM. DOCK .13.. &00
OUR UNION & CONSTITUTION.
6 6 (AIM GOVERNMENT," by M. M'Enr-
Vir ZIX; 18 a work containing the Consignment or
ins Unarm Sums, giving the construction of Us Terms
and Provisions, showing the relations of the several
States to the Union and each other, and explaining gene.
rally the System of Government of the Country. Price
sl. 00. Sold, and orders supplied, by him, at Harris
burg, Pa. feb2l
Agents for Counties and States. wanted.
R 3ZI Mel CO 17 .41. Za.
DR. D. W. JONES,
trAS moved his office to the National
Ronan in Market street, opposite the Poet Office.—
Pe particular and observe the name on the window.—
Dr. Jones may be consulted on all diseases but more
particularly dimes of a private nature, Dr. JONES
has cured a number or private and other diseases
in this city and elsewhere, and some of them had almost
given up all hopes of moo ,ry , and was restored by the
use of hlspnwerful.vegetable remedies.
. . _
- - -
Dr. JONES'offere the only safe and certain remedy for
Gonorrhea, Glint, Stricture, Liver Complaint, Dyepepsia,
Costiveness, and all Derangements of the Stomach. This
preparation will care Gonorrhea in from three to Ave
days, wade= be bad at any time of Dr. JONES, at his of.
flee, at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle is entHclent
to cure a mild case.
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 tonna,
that a single plan of treatment will not reach it In all its
features ; so Epoxy require different remedies, according
to the nature of the case. Dr. JONES will make a writ
ten-article with any one—NO CURE_ NO PAY I The re
medies used by Dr. JONE 3, are purely vegetable, and need
no change of diet or hindrance from business.
This habit of youth is Indulged in while alone, and a
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 m the Rare,
Pimples en the Face, Loss of Memory, Frightful Dreams
at Night, Weakness in the Back, Pain in the Breast, and
Cough, (indicative of Consamption,) Dyspepsia, great
Derangement of the Nervous System, and so on till Death
puts an end to pair sufferings. To such Dr. JONES of
fers a perfect restoratior, with such mild and Balmy
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the victim of
this Distressing Disease.
Those sulferlog 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 Ms office,
personally or by letter, describing all symptoms. All
lettere must contain a stamp to ensure answer.
Address . Dtt. D. W. JONES,
feb7 Harrisburg, Pa
1.4 . M'ALLISTER'S
ALL-HEALING OINTMENT I
TRY IT 2 TRY IT 5.2 ' I
: A Radical Rotaralive of Insensili Respiration.
• 'TT is a fact, beyond' the power I.of
j. contradiction, that it is infallible In the cure of
Burns, Scald', Nervous Diseases, All
_Sore Eyes, Q,to they,
Cronp,_ Blienniatism, Colds,
Cold Feet, Liver Complaint,
Asthma, and ail
DISEASES OF THE CHEST.
It is sightly termed 'fee there is
scarcely a Disease external'or internal that It will
Ear sole at the Grand Depot, • ;3
it No. 143 FULTON Smarr, NEW YoRK.
And by all Druggists throughout the United States.
143 Fulton Street, N. Y. •
Agents wanted immediately to introduce it Into 3 ' l
14 fin:lilies, who may receive it on liberal tense, for 1 3
El cash mars43m
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened hie
LIMBER, OFFICE, corner Or Third street and Black
berry alloy, near Herr's Hotel.
Dry Lumber or all kinds and qualities, for sale by
W. F. HURRAY.
The undersigned will sell Horses, Carriages and har
ness km for cash,
ALSO—Horses and Carriages to hlre at the same olhee.
merit FRANK A. MURRAY.
SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish the
Dauphin County Poor House with such meat as may
be wanted from time to time, will be • received by the
Directors up to the 27P11 DAT OF MARCH, and opened
end contract awarded on TIIESDAY J the 2d of April, 1801 ,
to the lowest and beet bidder .' The meat must be of
good quality and delivered at the building.
MI proposals to be handed to the Steward of the Poor
House. • JOHN BAYSOR,
me•Stdaltw PETER BISHOP,
Directors of Paw.
OF every description in cans and jars,
each package warranted.
mare WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
FRESH GARDEN and FLOWER SEEDS.
The 'hugest stock In Site city. All kinds of Garden
Seeds In large papers at tkree cents per paper, for sale
by DAVID HAYNES,
intirl2.lm ' - ' - 110 Market street.
FDWARD - J. EVANS & CO., Prpinie.
tors. Frnit. and Ornamental Trees, Grapes, small
truito, ithriligilia; Asparagus, Shrub; Roses, Bedding
.plants; dm . ; trigreat variety.
Orders left with G. H. Small at the atlas Capital Bank
will receive prompt attention.
Catalogues gratis on application.
marld-lmdaw• G. H. MULL.
sulla nt us.
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CtOCKS i
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZEMICERMAIq dc CO:
Xo. 52 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg,
Pa., opposite Eirata'a Horst and adjoining tWn
earns Horst, having purchased the stock of E. Ir
Jennings. and added a large assortment of NEW JIM
MY, we will sell the same at the lowest cash price, and
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neatly and promptly re
paired and delivered.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO
Having disposed of my stock of Jewelry to A. F. Zim
merman & CO., I cheerfully recommend them to my tor
mar .ctuttomere as practical and experienced Watch
Makers, and solicit ibr them a continuance of the patron
age which has bees so generously extended to me during
the last six years.
MOS ELMER F. MINNINGS.
itt the Ninth Exhibition of. the Kau. Charitable
Mechanic Asaciaticm, 1860,
MESSRS. OHIGKERING & SONS
TEE GOLD MEDAL
los mg MIST
GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO-FORTES;
AND WI ONLY =mum,
A. SILVER MEDAL,
FOR THE BEST MIGHT rums,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THESE PIANOS,
No. HE MARKET ST., MARIUSRURG.
046 re Coorgli, Cblel, Hoarseness, [VW
)W4/1, enea, any irritation or &mess of
<15•• L the Throat, Relieve Chem. wog,
RONCHI,AL Cbagh in Conttanption, Bron
&it. Asthma, and Ctitarrk„
-..," Clear and Div: itnerwth to
I' 4 ' o C 0/ the voice of
PUBLIC SPBAKE us
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold' , in its first stage ; that Which in the
beginning would yield to a mild 'remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL 'MOUS,'
containing demulcent Ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
"hat trouble In my Throat, (for which
the “TROCTIFS , are a specillo) having
made me often a mere whisperer. ,
. t ~„~ ;
N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Peen
Speakers." . .
REV. R. H. CHARM.
"Have proved extremely servuumb le
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
~A lmost instant relief in the distreasing
labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma."
REV. A. C. EGGLESTON.
"Contain no Opium or anything Wart.
NW" - DR. A.A. HAYES,
"A simple and pleasant combination ton.
DB. G. F .DIGELOW,
"Beneficial in Bronchitis
DR. J F. W. LANE,
"I have proved num excelled for
REV. H. W. WARREN,
"Benefield when compelled to speak,
offering from Cold."
REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON,
elliffectual In removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
Speakers and Singers. ”
. . _
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON,
Teacher of Gu lntirang e, sto, Southern
“Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they prevent Hoarse
ness. From their past effect, I think they
will be of permanent advantage to me.”
REV. E. ROWLEY, A. M.,
President et Athens College, Tenn.
SEIM by all Druggists at 25 cents a bor.
Select Schools for Boys and Girls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
riE Fall term of ROBERT Iit'ELWEE'S
hool for boys, will open on the last Monday In
August. The room is well ventilated, comfortably fur.
nfehed„ and in every respect wall adapted for school
OATSIARDIN I.IIII.WEE'S School for girls, located in
the same bnildingi 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.
SHAD, No. 1,
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 mis to the nasal. in store and for sale at the
feblo WM. DOCK, .le. At CO.
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES 1
HAVING} JUST RETURNED from the
Eastern cities where we have selected with the
comaTrar calm a large and complete assortment or so-
Perior goods which embrace anything kept in the beet
city groceries, we reepectrally sad cordially invite the
public to call and examine our stoek and Nonni otta
febte WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
Sun., Gum, -
Homonv, Seam Cow,
SPLIT PRA.% Beater,
MARROW FAT Buse,
Woofs PRO, oke ,
Juet received and for sale at the LOWEST use rape.
etd.6 WU. DOCK JR. & CO,
ONE PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
WHISICYjnei-receved and for oaleby •
JOHN H. ZIEGLREI,,
13 Market Mitt
CITY BONDS FOR SLAE.
ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS of $5OO
each, bearing 6 per cent. Interest, befog a safe and
good Investment Apply to
rebi 3mA W. R. VERBEKB.
THE undersigned. DOCTOR OF DENTAL
GUMMY, has returned an d resumed 148pr:taloa
0 State atreet opposite the 'Brady House," where he
will be pleased to attend to all who may desire hoe ear
vices. [sep9.7] D. H. GILDEA, D. D. 5.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Hoisery, Gloves, GaUntletts, in largo quantities.
Great assortment of Embroideries.
ladles Underwear, different sizes and quality.
Gentlemen's do do do
Misses , do do do
Boys' do do do
Cloths, Cassimeres, Satbietts,Jeans,
And everything for Men and BOYS wear.
All goods, without distinction to style or quality will
be Bold at a very slight advanec, mod' boa IIUA 11041, of
OATROART & BROTHER,
Next door to the Rarristiurg Bank
dl7 Market Square.
to SOUSES in different parts of this city. Stabling at
tached to some of them. Awnsiongiven the drat of
April nest. «j 2 -B nli CHAS. C. SAWN.
CURRANT, PEACH, •
but reeetved from New York and warranted wiper ,
doe. [fob • Wm. DOCK, Jr., at Co.
BOURBON WHISKEY I
A VERY superior article of BOURBON
AcLararsusy, quart battieyinMWreandtoteala by
JOHN H. =GM,
mar 4 la Market *teat.