Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, March 30, 1861, Image 3
oi,tlegrapb ) . IN 1 1 REASBURO Saturday Afternoon, March 30, 1861. A RtsoLulroa tendering the symbathy and condolence of the Philadelphia Conference to the flintily of the tat. Rev. B. R. Waugh, was adopted by that body yoterday. THE LOCUST STREET METHODIST CHURCH is now u ndergoing a renovating process, consequently there will be no preaching . or Sunday school Eel vices there to morrow. The various classes, however, are requested to meet, as usual, in the evening Ills UONTIILT Msiarso of the Sabbath-School Teachers' Union of this city, will be held in the Presbyterian Church, Market Square, to morrow afternoon at quarter past three o'clock. The following resolution will b presented for discussion: "Resolred, That we regard with great regret the indiffercoce into which child ren in many places are allowed to fall, in ref erence to the habit of attendance upon public worship, and desire that teachers should avail themselves of their position and influence to correct this evil." Commas APPOIN rED.—At the late meeting of Council the following committees were ap pointed for the ensuing year : Fire—Messrs. Stahl, Haehnlen and Martin. Gas—Messrs. VcriLke, Mauer and Garverich. Finance— AteiNri. Hamilton, Bailey and Stahl. Ordi cauc,s—ltearre. Hamilton, Bailey and Black. Water—Mes3rs. Bailey, Hamilton and Black. Street Commit tees—First District, Messrs. Bell, Ilachnlen and 'Rocker; Second District, Messrs: Vet beke, Garverich and Bliley ; Third District, ides•qa. Stahl, Martin and Brooke. ....-....••,-...• As Exccurivx Maxstox.—Our neighbor of the Sentinel advocates the building of a suitable nrtn,ion for the Governor, and suggests the purchase of a lot of ground on State Street be tween the Capitol and the river for that pur pose. At this time ground could be secured in the location designated, which is an excellent one, at a reasonable price, and a building could be erected at a cost for all not exceeding proba bly twenty-five or thirty thousand dollars. The State can well afford to pay this sum ; and she owes it to her dignity to provide a better man sion for her Executive than abe now furnishes. VETO OF TUB MAYOR.—An ordinance was re cently passed by Council, repealing the one which requires the Cumberland Valley Rail road Company to keep fligmen at the Second and Third Streetcro.ssings while trains are pass ing. The new ordinance requires notice to be given of the approach of trains by the blowing of horns or the ringing of bells. The Mayor vetoed the bill, and his message will come up for consideration at the next meeting gf Coun cil. Two or three suite are now pending against the above named railroad company for viola tions of the existing ordinance. Me LATH BURNING Or Tfla MAILS.—The late accident on the Pennsylvania Railroad, through which the mails were destroyed, proved a per feet windfall to the youth of Huntingdon.— Scores of them crowded to the scene of the dis aster, and snatched up everything of value which they could find. One found .a letter con taining nine one dollar bills ; another, a lump of gold dollars; some five, ten and twenty dollar pieces; and a large amount of silver coins were found, most of which were half melted, or very much blackened. A colored boy was the finder of a check on a Philadelphia Bank for $l,OOO ; another individual scraped up part of a gold watch, the heat having melted the balance.— Besided these, several small particles of gold were picked up, CO that nearly everybody pre so nt got something for his trouble. -...____. SCILOOL DISCIPLINE.—One of the beat educa. tional journals in the country contains some ex cellent advice on school discipline which we commend to the attention of teachers in the city of Harrisburg. The writer starts out with the remark that success in the profession of teaching depends much upon the efficiency of discipline. Discipline does not consist in the infliction of punishment, or in the stern ut terance of authoritative commands ; but in the proper and legitimate enforcement of a wise, mild and prompt government. To this end, let order be the habit of your schools. Your pupils will then, by imitation, become orderly and obedient. Hold in high esteem, and never disregard, the rules you have adopted for the government of your schools. Drill your pupils occasionally, for the purpose of securing habits of prompt itedience. Let all the movements to and from the desks be made in an orderly way, In Primary Schools it would be well to have the tables repeated or sung simultaneous ly at this time. Occasionally require all the pupils to march in order around the rood, hinging in concert some marching song, such as the following : "0 how pretty it is to .11!0 Little ehl:dren all agree, end try to keep the step with While we're exercising. Right un toot, left foot, heeds behind ; Ths each other kind Anti always keep this rule in mind, While we're exerching. We'll clap our hands and stamp our feet, Good humor makes our lemons sweet ; And when we've done we'll take our seat, After exercising." This exercise may be appropriately varied as a means of discipline by sometimes having the pupils move to and from their desks. or march round the room with perfect quietness. Keep your puplia,occuplecl, and stimulate them to activity by proper motives. Never give a se cond command till the first has been obeyed. In giving directions to the whole school, speak no louder than is necessary to be heard by all. Be always strict, but never severe. Deport yourself so affectionately and kindly toward your pu pils, that they will obey you through love, rather than through fear. Study the comfort I f your pupils, make them feel cheerful and happy in your presence, and their attachment for you will make submission a pleasure, order second nature, and study and obedience their mated delight. pennovluanict 110ailp Zelegnapt), Saturbau - Afttritonn, Maul) 30, 1861. POSTMASTER AT MICHANICSBURO. - Mr. George Wilson, said to be a very worthy and 'compe tent man, has been appointed Postmaster at Mechanicsburg. The Journal of that place warmly endorses the appointment. DISCHATICIED.—The colored man and boy, Jas. Dorsey and Wm. Bender, arrested on a charge of stealing a store box from Cyros J. Reese, bad a hearing before the Mayor this morning, and were discharged. There was no evidence to warrant the Mayor in holding them for trial. RAILROAD APPOINTMENT.-Mr. Emerson V. Higgins, formerly a clerk in the State Depart ment under Governor Packer, bas been ap pointed Auditor of the Transportation Depart ment of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Company at Williamsport. He is a clever gentleman, and we congratulate him upon his good fortune. C=:=l ADJUTANT GINIPSAL.—A few duye ago we no ticed %a announcement, made by the Media Advertiser, to the effect that Capt. James Given, of Chaster county, had been appointed Adju tant General of the State. The Chester County Times contains the following emphatic denial of the report: Nor Corm:cr.—Capt. James Given is not ap pointed to the office of Adjutant General of the State, except by a newspaper paragraph. No vacancy exists at present and there will be no haste in making the appointment. When itis made,it will probably be some man who has not sought to destroy his party by writing "Back Bone" letters *to traduce those who are sus taining the principles of Republicanism. COICPLININTARY. —One night this week a char ity concert was given at Chambersburg, in which a number of lady and gentlemen ama teurs of that place and Hagerstown participated. Among the number was Mr. George B. Ayres, formerly of this city, whose performance on the occasion created a sensation, and is hand somely complimented by the Chambersburg Transcript, as follows : The performance of the Gentlemen's Quar tette—Mews. Ayres, Burke, Hearde and Arts, gave a high degree of satisfaction to the audi ence. These young gentlemen are able to sat isfy the most fastidious musical connoisseurs. The first named, M. Ayres, exhibited rare mu sical talents, both vocal andi instrumental, by the able and feeling manner in which ho sang "Man the Life Boat," and by his inimitable performance upon the flute. The musical world of Hagerstown may well be proud of the emi nent ability of Mr. Ayres. We never before had the pleasure of hearing this gentleman, either singing or playing, and do not hesitate about pronouncing him the best male musician in this valley. It will be gratifying to the numerous friends of Mr. Ayres in this city to know that his mu sical abilities are properly appreciated abroad as well as at home. -,...-.---, Format Taunts arm mam Vrorrus.—The bill to prohibit fortune telling has passed both branches of the Legislature. Our city at this time contains a couple of these 'swindling im postors, and hopes are now entertained that they will endeavor to find some means of mak ing an honest living. But little is known to the public of the tricks practiced upon the un suspecting by the fortune tellers who infest every city and large town. These mon nte banks claim that they can look into the myste rious future and discover coming events, and their victims are generally the weak and su perstitions—pretty servant girls, who imagine that their charms are of a higher sphere than the kitchen. When such poor deluded girls visit one of these professors of second sights, he can can easily discern the condition of the simpletons, and at once hold out the lure o higher social rank and unbounded connubial love and felicity. These professors. are almost always in league with the roues of the town, who employ them to procure for them introduc tions, which almost alwayi result in ruin to the unfortunate girls. One method of exciting the curiosity of the misguided females is to place a daguerreotype of the future husband in a vessel of water, from which the veil is drawn for an instant, revealing to the victim's eyes her lov er. She is so bewildered with the mystery that she does not detect the cheat, and finally believes in the illusion. She is delighted, and accepts the procurers' statement that if she will walk in a particular place, at some defined hour, she will meet her lover. The roue is in formed that this poor dupe will be ready, and he meets her. The sequel will be to ruin her, almost to a certainty. This is only one of the tricks of these detestableswindlers, but the most frequently practiced upon silly girls. .---..•••-.--. GOOD Famv.—Yesterday being good Fri day, solemn service was held in the Episcopal and Catholic Churches of this city. The day receives its name from the benefits conferred on the world by Christ's oruciflilon. The Saxons called it "Long Friday," on account of the protracted religions services on that day; and the Germans "Char Freitag," for an anti quated word, signifying penitence. Its cele bration has always been attended with peculiar rites. It is the only day in the year on which Mass is not celebrated in the Roman Catholic Churches. The host is consecrated the day be fore for use on that day, and neither the conse crated wine nor the customary lights are em ployed. The ceremony of kissing the cross is sometimes performed by the clergy and people on Good Friday. It was also customary to dress up an image of Judas Iscariot, who was subjected to every sort of indignity. In the North of England, herb puddings are eaten, in which a principal ingredient is the passion dock, which, in fructification, produces fancied representations of the cross, nails, hammer, &c. A better known practice ie that of serving "hot cross buns," which a popular superstition holds to be preservatives against fires and' other disasters, In several English counties a small loaf of bread is baked on the morning of this day, and put by till the next year, to be used in morsels, as medicine. This day (Saturday) was also observed as a day of mourning; but Easter Sunday—the an niversary of the resurrection—will be cele brated by services of joyousness, and the em blem of mourning will give place to evergreens, typical of the eternal existence of the Saviour, and of his undying love for man. With to morrow the season of Lent will close. A suc cession of religOrts celebrations will fulluw un til Am ion day. THE UN lON Written for the Daily Telegraph.] The storm is loud on the winter's breath, While howling clangors sprea 1 lite seeds of an eternal death With the bodies of the dead. Here lowering clouds, portentous fling Their gloom across our path ; And ever Oa our ears loth ring The strife of bitter wrath. Shall lt be thus, that States like ours, Fraternal once and free, The envy of all earthly powers, The boast of liberty— Shall these be severed, torn or rent, Our banners trailed in dust, And wei by pasafon Idly spent, Deprived of Freedom's trust? Forbid it Heaven, while bope's lire Glows beauteous and sublime, That we should build our &literal pyre On Freedom's sacred shrine That from our altars, whence the word Of truth, potential given, Shall ne'er again on earth be beard Until heard in Heaven I The Union I Etrlke no star from where It gleamed. to bright and long, Nor seek to 'tcape a nation's prayer, Or list a nation's song. The Union I Not alone of States,' Of rivers and of plains, But an eternal bond of fates— Of harmonies sweet strains I Gal save the LViva; or if He, Ordaining in His power Has marked the limns of the free, And fixed their brief dim hour : So has Be placed on all that live Death's dire and awful doom, But who, among us, would survive The Union in the tomb? Wien lifutsv Washington, March, 18e1 Msarn4o OF PRESBYTERY.—The Presbytery of Carlisle, with which the Old School Presby terian Church of this city is connected, will holds its Spring meeting in Harrisburg, on the second Tuesday of April next. This Presbytery is one of the oldest and largest in connection with the General Assembly. It comprises some forty-five or fifty churches, and upwards of thirty ministers. Most of its churches lie west of tha Susquehanna, generally in the Cumberland Valley, and a part of them in Maryland. Those on this side of the river are the Middletown, Paxton, Derry and Harrisburg churches. For the informatiOn of those of our readers who are not familiar with the Presby terian system of church government, we would state that a Presbytery is the smallest represent ative body, after a church session, and is com posed of all the ministers within certain defined limits, and one ruling Elder from each pastoral charge lying within the same territory. Above the Presbyteries are the Synods, which include three or more Presbyteries, and finally the General Assembly, which is the highest judica tory of all, and is composed of either two or four representatives from each Presbytery, ac cording to the number of ministers and churches within its bounds. The Presbytery of Carlisle, on account of its size, is entitled to send two ministers and two Elders ns commissioners to the Assembly, and these are to be elected at its present meeting. The Presbytery will assemble in Harrisburg, on this occasion, under circumstances of peculiar interest. With the exception of an adjourned session, of a few hours duration, held here in the Spring of 1859, for the purpose of ordain ing a missionary, they have not met in this city for upwards of twenty years. During that period there hae been 'no church here incon nection with the Old School Assembly, the Harrisburg church having severed its relations to the Presbytery in the year 1840. Through the organization of the Old School Church in the Spring of 1858, they are now re-established, and the Presbytery holds its elated meeting once again on the spot where the fathers of the church have often met in solemn deliberation in years gone by. But though the same in name, the body has greatly changed in its constituent elements. Many of the Presbyters of that day have passed away, and their places are filled by a younger race of men who now preach the Gospel and bear rule in the churches which once owned the power of their labors. Very few, if any, of those who assembled in Harrisburg at the last meeting held here pre vious to the year 1838, will return to unite once more in the councils of the church after the lapse of a quarter of a century. They have gone from the sphere of their earthly labors, laid aside their robes of office in the visible kingdom, and now serve the Master whom they loved in the heavenly sanctuary, from which they shall go out no more forever. Framtmi's BILL DXIMATILL—The bill recently reported in the House, exempting the officers and active members of fire companies in this Commonwealth from military duty, and the penalties imposed for non-performance thereof, was called up yesterday and defeated. The bill was a meritorous one and ought to have become a law. If any class of men deserve to be ex empted from military duty it is the firemen, who are banded together solely for the public good—the protection of life and property—and render important services for which they re ceive no reward other than the approval of their own consciences for duties faithfully dis charged. Men who devote so much time to the public service, damaging health and risking life for the benefit of community, should not be compelled to pay the tax imposed for the nonperformance of military duty. The action of the House in this matter was unwise and un just, and will be generally condemned. Bewares Aaaverrso.—A few nights ago several rowdies in Mechanicsburg, while under the in fluence of liquor, entered the engine house, mutilated the machine, and destroyed some of the equipments. Warrants were issued for their arrest, but several of them getting wind of it, decamped. They were pursued by Con stable Dale to Harrisburg, captured and taken back. They obtained bail for their appearance at Court. Such acts deserve the severest pun ishment, and is to be hoped - these fellows will be made to feel the effect of their lawlessness. THE Aptreopawrzox BILL passed the House finally yesterday. The section making provi sion for the construction of an iron fence and the laying of a pavement along High Street,was stricken from the bill ; and the appropriation for the improvement of the grounds was re duced from twenty-five hundred to two thou sand dollar • WsErr IT.A.aarsauno Catunou.—Bev. Dr. Miles will preach in this church to-morrow evening at the usual hour. APPOINTMENTS BY CONPERENCE.—The appoint ments by the Philadelphia Conference, for the present year, were made this morning. We learn, by a private dispatch, that Rev. Frank lin Moore, of the Philadelphia Wharton street station, is appointed to Locust street ; Rev. Robert J. Carson to Vine street ; and Rev. Jao. B. Gregg, of Hummeistown, to West Harris burg. We presume all of these gentlemen will enter upon their pastoral duties next week. -.0,._--. EXCITING F.CENS IN THE PIIILADNLPHIA. COMIC/- MR.—The report of the Committee on the State of the Church, yesterday, in the Method ist Conference now sitting at Philadelphia, led to a very exciting scene. The report was final ly adopted. We subjoin two of its most im portant features : Resolved, That we concur in the resolutions of the East Baltimore Conference, requesting the General Conference, at its next session, to repeal the Chapter on Slavery ; and instead thereof, empower each annual Conference, within whose bounds the institution ex ists, to make such regulations upon this sub• jest as in their judgment may best stibserve the interest of the Redeemer's Kingdom among them. Baalved, In view.of our present national dif ficulties and embarrassments, and the cones• spent disturbed condition of the public mind on Lhe one hand, and the conflicting opinions of (tr churches in Delaware and Maryland on this subject, we deem it inexpedient to divide the Philadelphia Conference by State lines at this time. But we recommend all the Quer terly Conferences of the Peninsula, during the coming year, to consider this matter, and, give such expression of their working as nuty aid in determining the action of this body at its next annual sesshan. During the discussion of the report the scene was a most exciting one. The floor of the house and the galleries were crowded to their utmost limits, while around the bar of the Conference and in the aisles appropriated to them, knots of members were gathered here and there, earnestly arguing upon the different items of the report. Notwithstanding the ex citing character of the debate, the members exhibited the greatest coolness and self-posses sion, so that no actual conflict took place be twee* any of the opposing factions of which the Conference is composed. 11=13=1 TWINTY-FIVE pieces of beautiful white Curtain Muslin, needle-worked ; 60 pieces of beautiful brooks Borders for Shawls at 25, 37, and 60 cent! ; 100 yards of splendid black Merino for Shawls, six-fourths and five-fourths wide ; another new lot of bleached Muslin at 10 and 121 cents ; splendid black Shawls, with brach° bor der, at all prices ; a large lot of single and dou ble Broche Shawls at cost ; remnants of Calico and DeLaines I will sell very cheap. I have just received a very large lot of white goods 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 ; hemi stitched Handkerchiefs. and gentlemen's linen pocket-hirtulkerchiefs. For cheap goods please call at Exwar's, Rhoad's old stand. BANFORIYS -- LrirEß INV'IGIORIXTOIt O .OOFIEVER DEBILITATES.. Ir is compounded entirely trom Gums, and has become an established Mot a Standard Medl. Dine} Munn and epprovodia by ell the 'have used It, and sis now resorted to MM 4 with' conlidence In all the diseases for which it Is LP commended. It hes cured thousands! all who had given up hopes onsolicited certifloates tel The dose main be adapt the individual. taking %and to satgently on the bowels. Let the dictates of your use tit 'Rio LIVER DIVIERY. Linn Consume, to Wasson*, Enna= Wa if Boon thollthat, Hamm Onognaa Moans, Morass Jaugasess, MOWS Walka sucoarlfully 58 an 028114.- -" ..e• SICK RSA D ' '"-- wiIIaureINCIERBADA LLE: Mumma, or me ei at commencement 0 NWT MUll 01, favor Arnim Water in the mouth with the In. ♦lgetatoe, end swallow both together. ma oorsi.DICUZAS rsit BOUM -ILBO-- SANFORD'S FANCILY CATHARTIC PILLS r COMPOUNDED FROM PURE VINATAISLE EXTRACTS, AND IV UP IN GLARE, OAS, AIR TIGHT, AND WILL KEEP IN ANY WHAT& The FAMILY CAVIAR-I valve Cathartics which the practice more than twenty The constantly incress. have long used the PILLS all express In regard to to place them within thelp 4 The Profession well know on different portions of the ..,, The FAMILY °ATHOL V Matto to this well estab• 1.1 &affront a variety of the *act alike on every d are good and wif 0 is needed, such , v 3 e i Stsvpitteu, Pains in !3e Arenas -1, Pak and Arenas over tu , pl or tided in Me head, all ~„ _ Worm in Maim or Ad. Vil PieVer of Ow Blood, and , i di flesh is heir, too numerous -4 biennia. Doss, I. to 8. C) I. PRICE 80 CENTS. rr 1 y~ r tg!lrl LTV= INVIGOILASOZ AND FAYELI CATILAN. IN hall axe retailed by Druggists geuerally,arkd wbolatade by the Trade in all the brain Manufacturer and Proprietot. je.2o-dawyi] 836 Broadway, New York. ALBUMS 1 ALBUMS ! ! The finest assortment of ALBUMS ever offered in this city, rant,lng in price from 60 cents to $lO 00 each, bound in all styles of Bindmg, at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 51 Mark Street. 12aov A NEW AND FINE ASSORTMENT or LADIES' TRAVELLING AND SHOPPING BAGS At all prtcea,for sale at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 61 Market five° THE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN is solicited to our very large assortment of Unronestmms taro DRAWSRB Of every size and quality. GEMS' Joovm KID GLOVES, best.arnMe manufactured. All the different kinds of WIWI= Storm. Largest:assortment of Hower in the city. CRAVAT'S, BUSPINDERB, HANDNERCEMED3, Ready Hemmed. And everything Kaentee wear, at CATHCART'S, .•Naigt to the Harrisburg Bank. ll= DR. °REESMAN'S PILLS, Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseman, M. D., SEW YOBS CITY. THE combination of ingredients in these Pills are the result of a long and exkinsive practice. They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregularities, Paintul MenstruatiOnS, removing all ob. Streetions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs, &c., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature '1 . .) MARRIED LADIES, Dr. Cheetteman's Pills are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Indies who have been disappointed In the use or other Pills can place the utmost confidence In Dr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that they represent to do. NOTICE. There is one condition of the female system in which the Pills cannel be taken sorOund psoduein g a PECULIAR RBSUL7. The condition referred fa is PREGN4NOY— the result, ifISCARRIAGR. Such is the Imelda' 4 tendency of the methane to restore he seemed functions to a normal corulstion, that even the reprodactibe power of nature cannot rend it. Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything Minrions. Explicit directions, which should be read, ac companyeach box. Price iL Sent by mail on enclosing S 1 to Da CORMIVII L. Oilmisiou.N, Box 4,631, Post Moe, New York City. - Sold by one I , lggist in every town In the United States R. B. HUTCHINGS, General Arnt for the United States, 14 Broadway, New York, o whom all Wholesale orders should be addr used. Sold in Harrisburg by C. A. Basarvascs. otht.dawl MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP for children teething, and SPALDING'S CEPHALIC PILLS for headache. A fresh supply received at BEL. LEK'S DRUG STORE, where you can purchase ell the saleable Patent Medicines of the day. 91 Mast street, two doors east of Fourth street, south side. FOR RENT.—The Tavern Stand on Ridge Road, now occupied by Samuel W. Roberts is iMered for rent from the Ist of April next. Entlntro of freb9-dir MRS. scw,rolor, No. 30, Fourth . Street. STATE CAPITAL BANK. CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO. MRNER SFXOND AND WALND7 373., HARRIS BERG, PENN. FOR RENT:—THE DWELLING PART of the FOUR STORY MUCK HOUSE No. 93 Market street. Possession given on the Ist of April next. For particulars enquire of [Jae& j J. B. MONT. WELSH, BROTHER'S OLD RESERVE WINE full bodied and fruity. In store sod for sole by JOHN H. ZIEGLER, febl6 73 Market street. SSTORAGE ! STORAGE I ! ORAGE received at the Warehouse JAIER3 M.WHEELER SEEDS. AFRESH AND COMPLETE assortment Jon received and for, wile b y feb2o WM. DOCK JB. & CO. EXTRA SUGAR CURED HAMS For sale by OUR UNION & CONSTITUTION' 6 9IIR GOVERNMENT," by M. 11.11tx- NEY, IS work containing the CONSITITITION OF TES sago STATES, giving the construction of lis Terms and Provisions. showing the relations of the several States to the Union and each other, and explaining gene. ratty 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. M'ALLISTER'S ALL-HEALING OINTMENT 14 TRY IT I TRY IT I I 8 E 4 : A Radical Restorative of Insensible Respiration. TT is a fact, beyond the power of couttedloLlon, that ti is labia!' in the cure of Burns, Scalds, Nervous Ilimasee, Tamers, Piles, Scrofula. ErPaipelaa, Chilblain', Sore Eyes, Croup, RbeumalUsni, Colds, • ColdPeei, Liver Complaint, • Asthma, and all within the last two years of relief, as the numerous my possession show. ed to the temperament of used in sea quantities at lodgment guide you in th BATA and it will cure Armes, Drarmau,Canoe- Mier" DROP = Oommentio, Comm Amu, IlLartris Inas% and be noW ar. Pax= Me m o ns. It : It M rightly termed AlWhaling, for there le : scarcely a Mosso external or Internal that It will For sale at the Grand Depot, ;3 El No. 14.3 Furrow Brew, New Yoatc. And by all Druggist" throughout the Vaned &Met A. .4 J. MOLLTSTER, 4 143 Fulton Street, N. Y. t l Agents wasted immediately to introduce it tato PI: IQ fillailie3, who may receive it on liberal tones, for l E.l cash marls-dlim L.- NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED has opened UMBER owsics,corner of Third Street sod ai Meek, berry alley, near Herr , a Hotel. Dry Lumber of all kinds and qualities, for sale by W. F. MURRAY. • The undersigned will sell Horses, Carriages end ness low for cash, ALSO—Horses and Carriages to hire &Übe __wme mull - FftANX A. =BRAY. (u tholuends can testify) . OR TRIM TAISPOILMTha A It attack. um their Willmar In Its , BALED PROPOSALB to ' furnish the Dauph in County Poor House with such meat as eitiF § e wanted from time to tlme, will be received by the TM eaters up to the 27N1 DAY OF MARCH, apd opened and contract awarded on TUESDAY, the 2,1 of April, 1801, to the lowest and beet bidder. The meat must bet of good quality and delivered at the building. All proposals to be banded to the steward of the Poor House. JOHN RA ?SOB, SLEON DANIEL, PETER BISHOP, udt-Stdaltw Directors of Poor. TIC PILL Is a gentle be prop:later has used In in years. hagdemandfrom thotewbo and the satisfaction which hair use, has induced ma mach of all. OF every description in cans and jars, each package warranted. mara WIL DOCK JR, & CO.- 'that Waren& Cathartics act 1 bowels. FRESH GARDEN and FLOWER BEE II , : . The largest stock In the city. All kinds of Garden Seeds In large parrs at three cents per paper, for rale byDAVID HAYNES, • marl2.lm . 110 Market street. TIC PILL has, with doom tidied fact, been commit" purest Vegetable Extract / part of the alimentary ca. hi all cases where a ca. Dertmgements of Stoctick, Back caul Loins, Cbstmersas bouitmi.Resaenness,Efeadacke I tory Disease's, , Ritetasatints, a great many diseases to which to mention In this a trot. NVHEREAS, the , Honorable Joe i J. P WM; President 6f the Court of Common Pleas in the Twelfth Judicial District, consisting of thecounties of Lebanon and Dauphin, and the Ron. A. O. Elmarrsit, and Hon. Pia= lbssurr, Associate Judges in Dauphin' county, having issued their precept, bearing dale that 16th day of February, 1801, to me directed, tor:holding a Court of Oyer amiTerminer an,. GenmalJail DeditterP and Quaiter ileastßpa otthe reveal Reilabiapa, fc t' thi( county of Dauphin, and to noinitteinodo" . a ...ann dint mow.: A DAT or arm being the 2ifth-Parcer Om; 1861; and lardiAntin weeks. .. •-. Noti&hy hetelpftptaaiNhebnt; ' • - tices of the mike'', dermen, and Constables ot the said county of Dauphin, that they be then and there in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with their records, Inquisitions, examinations, and thew own remembrances, to ao thoto thit gs which to their °Moe appertains to be done, and those who are bound in reCognizances to p rosecute against the prisoners ih.st are or shal I be in the Jail of Dauphin county, be then and there to prosecute against them as shall belt"' t. Given under my hand, at Harrisburg, the 15th day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1861, and in the eighty. third year of the independence of the United States. J. D. BOAS., Sheriff: SUZISIFF'S OFFICXI Harrisburg, March 16. 1861. MarlSdaurt.l CENTRAL NURSERIES. York, Pennsylvaaia, EDWARD J. EVANS & CO., Proprie tots. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grapes, small traits, Rhubarbs, Asparagus, Shrubs, Roses, Bedding plants, he., In great variety. Orders left with G. H. Small at the State capital Bank will receive prompt attention. Catalogues gratis on application. trie.rl6-Imdaw G. H. SHALL. ORANGES AND_ LEMONS. "FORTY BOXES in prime order just • re• sewed and for sale by • Wk. DOCK JR. & 00, IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. BlindLamm's. POPULAR REMEDIES; MADERIA. WINE. ele.t WM, DOCK IS. &CO IMO DISEASES OF THE CHEST. not benefit TO BUTCB:EBSi FRESH FRUIT PROCLAMATION; Ittiottllautaus. JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, FANCY GOODS, &C. ALFRED F. ZESIXERMAN & CO; NO. 62 MARKET STREET, Harrisburg, Pa., opposite ilsna'a HOTEL and adjoining the Entoman Horn, having purchased the stook of E. Jennings, and added a large assortment of NEW JEW MAY, we will sell the same at the lowest cash price, an solicit patronage. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neatly and promptly re palred and delivered. ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO Raving disposed of my stock of Jewelry to A. F. Zim merman & Co., I cheerfully recommend them to my ter mer customers as practical and experienced Watch Makers, and solicit for them a continuance or the patron aim which has been so generously extended to ma during the last six years. jan29 ELMEB F. JENNINGS. At the Ninth Exhibition of the Mass. Charitable Mechanic Association, 1860, MESSRS. OBIOKERING & SONS WERE AWARDED THE GOLD MEDAL YOB Tall BUT GRAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO-FORTES; AND THY ONLY PRINION, A SILVER MEDAL, FOR THE BEST UPPIGHT PIANOS, WM. KNOCHE, SOLE AGENT .FOR THE SALE OF THESE PIANOS, No. 99 RIA/MET BT. , "monism:ma. febtl-dtf Cure Cough, Ct . id, Hoarseness, fit" O, I J WI am, any Ir rit ation or Sem= of Q Q N -. u ' the Throat, Relieve the Hacking RONGHIAante. Cininsingion,Bro. chaise, A in sthma, and Cata n rrh, Ckar and gin: strewth io /\/?0016(Sc7 eke BS S PUBLIC SAKERS and SINGERS. Few are moo of tho Importance of checking a 0011 or "Common Cold" In its first stage ; that which in t he beglnnbur would yield t o a mild remedy, if neglected, soon athwas the Langs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL MM.'s,. containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and Bronchial Irritation. L" That trouble lit my Throat, (for which the "TROCHEIP are a specific) , havui g . made ma often a mere whisperer. , N. P. WILLIS. "I recommend their use to Peen era." ;.~~.. TROCHES BROWN'S REV. E. H. CHAPIN. I "Have proved extremely s erriceab le I for Hoarseness." TROCHES BROWN'S RRV. HENRY WARD EIKRCHRit. "Almost instant relief' In the distressing tabor of breathing peculiar to Asthma." REV. A. C. ROGLKSTON. "Contain no Opium or anything Mind• ens." DR. A. A. HAM, Chemist, 80400. "A simple and pleasant combination to. Coughs, lko." TROCITES BROWN'S TROCHES BlLOW'bi'l3 TROCHES "Beneficial in 'Bronchitis r• BRI,J F. W. LAN'', Boston. "I have proved there excellent for Whooping Cough." BROWN'S TROCHES 'REV. H. W. WARREN, Boston. ‘Benetleiel when compelled to speak, suffering from Cold." _ BROWN'S TROCHES BROWN'S REV. S. J. P. ANDERSON, St. Laub TROCHES "Effectual In removing Hoarseness and irritation of the Throat, a common with Speakers and Etagere." Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, La Grange, Ga. Teacher of Neel°, Southern Female College. 'CROWN'S TROCHES BRO Wl's “Great benefit when taken before and after preaching, as they preveut Mante l:Less. From their past effect, I tidak that' will be of permanent advantage ItGAIM” REV. S. ROWLEY, At.. 111., President of Athens College, bean. ga-Sold by alt Druggists at 25 cents a bor. nov2s-daw6 m TROCHES BROWN'S TROCIIES Select Schools for Boys and Girls FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST. /TUE Fall term of ROBERT M'ELYVER'S School for boys, ill open on the list Hada) , la again. The room Jewell ventilated, comforleTily Inf. ebbed, and in every respect well adapted fer,Seheni 2 " riftelk Tarii&satee iir ,41411LUIZNII MX ger 18, boated la theme's:handl:4l WM open for the Fall term agthe mime thee. The room has been elegantly anon up dining the vacation, to promote the health and comfort of scholars: "janBl,dtf 3r1g313 2 SHAD, No. 1., SALMON, No. 1, HERRING, No. 1, COD FISH, No. 1, MACKEREL, No, 1. Of be above we have all the different sized packages hoot the Kra to the DARRELL to store and for sale at thr owe* market rates. 1010.8 WM. DOCK, Ja. & CO. FIRST CUSS GROCERIES I LARGE ARRIVAL! HTOT RETURNED from the &stern cities where we bare selected with the CIRSATEST CARX a large and complete assortment of su perior goods which embrace anything kept in the best city groceries, we respectfully sod cordially levite the public to call and examine onr Atonic and Melee ow, num. feb :6 W5l. DOCK JR. & CO. FRESH ARRIVAL Or HOWOIT, SUM, Sam, ORnIY, • flomour, SEAM CORY, SPLIT PEAS, RISLEY, MARROW FAT BEARS, 'WHOLE PEAS, ITO , &o. Just recelvod actl [or sale EL the LOWEST CASE FIDES. ebl6 WM. DOCK JR. & W. SCOTCH WHISKY. ONE `PUNCHEON of PURE SCOTCH WHISKY Just received and for sale by JOHN H. ZEMKE, 73 Market et. Janl • CITY 'BONDS FOR 13 ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS of 00 each. bearing 6 per cent. Interest, beiog a safe and good investment. Apply to feb4 Bind DENT ISTR-Y.. PHE undereigned, DOCTOR OF D y SURGERY, has returoad and resumed blow:tense ndtate street opposite the “Brady House," where he will be pleased to ,attend to all who may desireibll ear atom [sep27l B. M. Hil-DEA,, D. D.'S. 11011RNING GOODS OF EV.hRY DESCRIPTION. Bowery, Gloves, Ganntlette, large quantities. Great assortment OfMrattroidlinien. „ladies Underwear, different sizes, and quality. Gentlemen's do do do Misses; do do do Gaye do do Cloths, Cassimeres, taunetts, 2 /1040 4 ,, • • '. - at And everything for lien and OM wear. Gentiemeas , Shawls. All goods, without distinction to style or quality, be sold at a very plight advance, find less .1144. 4 g1,114 o f importation. CATHCART & BEICITHILV • N ext door to the Harrisburgißent dl7 Market Square:.' FOR RENT SEVERAL COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSES in different parts of thin atty. SUOMI% at. Ladled to some of them. Possession tventtheArst or April neat. trY 2-3 M ] A s . a Bewx. sT3Elis n QUINCE, PEAR, CURRANT, PEACH, APPLE, BLACKBERRY, ORANGE, RASPBERRY.' Just received from New . York and warranted super- flee_ [leine] Win. DEM Jr.. & Co. BOURBON WHISKEY '• A VERY superior :article of Bonet) N Th .intgetst, In quart battles, to More and far sale by Ts Market Street. marl DR. 0.1 .BIGELOW, Rostov) W. B. VSBEIBICK.