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Monday Afternoon, April 1, 1381
Appointments by the Governor.
The following appointments have been
made by Governor Curtin :
Gsouos WALTON, Chester County, Sealer of
Weights and Measures.
JEWRY SAILOR, Philadelphia, Measurer of
ENOS Parma, Backs county, Notary Public at
WILLIAM M'LAIIGHLIN, Crawford county, No
tary Public-at Meadville.
BENJAMIN F. VAN CLNIVB, Luzerne county,
Notary Public at Wilkeebarre.
Etuazon PHILO %awn, Erie county, Notary
Public at the city of Erie. O s
THOMAS BITANDLESS, Indiana county, Notary
Public at the borough of Indiana.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMSON, Philadelphia, No
awns Knitotra, Bradford county, President
Judge of the 13th Judicial District, composed
of the counties of Bradford and Susquehanna.
NJ:mum P. I. Rums., Lycoming county,
Superintendent of Public Printing.
Joint J. Prturapront, Chester county, Notary
Pablio at West Chester.
Pamir B. Gaara, belaware county, Sealer of
tWelghta and Ideadurea.
Rraniiw Siaouse, , Crawford county, Sealer of
Weights and Measures.
JOHN G. BLOKOFEN, ABRAHAM. Scuoust, Alle
gheny county, Notaries Public at Pittsburg. ,
NATHAN &RHINO, Philadelphia, Inspector of
Calm T. Faazum, Cambria county, Notary
Public at Johnatown.
Sawn. J. Roams, Chester county, Notary
Public at Dowingtown.
Jona SMVII.EY, Pittsburg, Whisky Inspector
of Allegheny county.
JOHN J. Weizossz, Dauphin county, Notary
Public at Middletown.
Fairostros Drrruall, Philadelphia, Notary
. Bribery and Corruption.
The correspondent of the Philadelphia
Evening Journal, and also , of the Inqui
rer, have for some weeks past made grave
charges against the present Legislature,
charging the members with bribery and
corruption. Such charges are easily pro.
mialgated, on paper and scattered over
the country by unprincipled men and
letter writers, but to sustain them is
another matter. For our part- we have
neveihiard such l eharges intimated here,
and if they really exist we hope the au
thors of them will have an_opportunity to
substantiate them. We believe the pre
sent Legislature to be composed of as
honest men as any of their predecessors
have been—they commit no doubt errors
in the passage of some bills, but there are
no proof, so far as we can ferret them out,
that their passage is procured by direct
bribery. We liope, therefore, that a
Legislative Committee may be appointedi
and the writers of these letters be com
pelled to appear before them and produce
the proof to substantiate the charges made
from time to time. We are in favor of
having all proper investigation instituted,
and if the charges made again st the Le
gislature are unfounded, as we believe
they are, the authors ought to be severely
punished. These outside rumors do
gieat injustice to all the parties connect
ed with our government, and ought to be
'-sileinfi3'd or substantiated.
SENATOR BOUND.- This gentleman,
the talented Senator from the Northum
berland district, has acquitted himself in
such a way as to give entire satisfaction to
the Republican party, and to win plaud
its from his political opponents. In cor
oboration of this remark we subjoin ex
tracts from three Democratic papers in his
Senator Bound is giving_ general satisfaction
to his constituents by his able course in the
Senate. He is active, intelligent and ever
watchful of the interests of his constituents, so
muckso that he is eliciting recommendation
and approval even from his political opponents.
- Surritury Gazette.
Hon. F, Bound, Senator from this District,
has acted a noble part, for which he is entitled
to the thanks of his constitnency.—Roemsburg
*We second the above sentiments. Mr.
Bound has truly distinguished himself as." the
right man in the right place." May his con
stituents retain him in the position which' he
has so nobly fdled.—Berwick. Gazette.
SCARCITY Or GOLD SOUTH.—Notwith
standing the influx of gold, it appears that
but littlo of it finds its way South. South
ern merchants are complaining that Alley
have to pay five per cent. for gold with
which to pay duties on their imports. A
Georgia paper, referring to this, asks :
"Why is it that our banks, who control the
cotton, have not an abundance of specie with
which to enable our merchants to pay their
duties? Will some of our merchants, who are
familiar with commercial and banking opera
tions,.inform us why, with the immense influx
of specie from Europe, it commands a premium
of five per cent. in Savannah?" A princip a l
reason is that the South is heavily in debt to
those with whom it has traded, and it is now
paying in cotton the debts which it contracted
before - it mitered 'Upon the , hazardous path of
secession. It must pay, at least in part, to 4-
tan further credit.
Niggerism of the Secession Move-
The influence of the negroes of the
South upon their masters is much greater
than is generally understood, and appears
in many traits of character, and in cus
toms dbcial and civil, where we are not ac
customed to give it recognition. The in
timacy of the association between the
whites and blacks in the slave States, the
sensibility that exists among them as to
mutual interests, and the interchange of
sympathies between them, are not appre
elated in the Northern States. The an
alyst of the phenomena of southern socie
ty will find a remarkable vindication of
the humanity and force of the negro race
in the impress which the slaves make upon
their masters, While the distinctions
that we find marked between the white
men of the South, and of the North, are
not altogether to, be attributed to the per
meating presence of the , negro in one
section, and his comparative absence
from, and isolation in the other—much
being due to Climatic influences, and much
more, aside from the relation of ,races, to
the relation of slavery—we will find, af
ter the most cautious-discrimination, the
African elements of character appearing
largely among the whites, who are brought
into the closest contact with Africans.—
Men cannot be associated on any terms,
without reciprocating influences. The
slave imitates his master, and wears his
manners as well as his clothse, at second
hand; and the master, nothwithstanding
the superiority of his will and mental
force, recieves from the slaves, who in
in their humble capacity are his play
fellows in childhood, and his companions
in manhood, impressions that give color
ing to his character, and shape his life, as
certainly as the Southern sun embrowns
It has not escaped any intelligent per.
son's observation that even - the best educa
ted Southerners have something of the
African accent and dialect. We have
heard Southern members of Congress,
when it would be difficult to decide by the
sound, whether the speaker was a white
man or .'a negro. There is something too
of Tropical taste displayed in dress by.
_people. There are more bright
Colors in apparel, and richness of orna
ment, seen in the south than in the north.
A New York merchant sending dry goods
to. be sold on commission to Southern and
Northern points, would select a larger
proportion of glittering patterns for the
South than for the North. In Southern
newspapers we find even greater intensity
of style than in the sensation sheets of
the North; and there are more fantastic
and grandiloquent figurative efforts, and a
greater exuberance of adjectives, in
Southern speeches and editorials than in
the Northern staples of that sort. This
is especially true of the speeches of rural
politicians and the writings of the editors
of newspapers published in villages. In
accounting for these things, while we
ehould not forget the temperament induced
by the Southern sun, we must not over
look the part of the_ sons of Africa in
It was, however; left for the secession
movement to show the negroism of the
politics of the extreme politicians of the
South. The strained dignity and vain
glorious sensitiveness of South Carolina
have an unmistakable flavor of the ragged
pomp of Hayti and the boasted revolu
tion in the seven Cotton States, bears far
more resemblance to a negro insurrection'
than to the revolt of the thirteen American
colonies, with which it is so complacent
ly compared. It is unlike a servile re
volt because there are no disabilities that
would be removed by a success. But
there is a want of feresight, an improvi
dence, an incapacity to understand the
plainest relations of things—a dim, giddy
notion that a pyramid' should stand upon
its apex--illustrated in the history of se
cession, that is glaringly African. The
idea of rushing out of the Union to secure
slave property—of making mighty war
and conquering the cities of the North--:--
of seizing the forte of New England and
thence commanding the seas—of conquer
ing Mexico, Central America and the
West India Islands ; the policy of taking
empty forts by storm—of incurring enor
mous expenses now borne by the Federal
Government in protecting
and furnishing postal facilities—of expel
ling from their communities all whose
opinions do not square with their own.;
the fussy war excitement when there is
no danger—the financial policy of getting
rich by becoming bankrupts—the culti
vation of fierce, clannish prejudices—the
presumption that each particular spot of
cotton soil is the centre of gravity of the
commercial world—the oracular and pre
tended original' statements or crude and
silly theories of government and political
economy, exploded by the experience of
I:loans - Omuta lElailp Zettgraph, Itionbag 'Afternoon, 2tptil 1, 1661.
mankind centuries ago—the taste dis
played in banners bearing crescent moons,
snakes, trees, and other strange devices—
these things point to Congo as the Fath
erland. There are no terms in which the
spirit and form, history and philosophy,
of the secession movement are so well
condensed, as to say that it is an out
break of niggerism.
Arrival of the Steamer North American.
PORIECAND, April 1.
, The steamship North American, from Liver
pool on the 14th inst., arrived this morning.—
Her advices have been anticipated. The steam
er Bohemian sailed at nine o'clock on Saturday
evening for Liverpool.
The election is proceeding quietly. 9;tte in
dications now are that the Republicans will
elect their ticket. •
Sailing of the Steamer Teutonia.
NEW YORK, April 1.
The steamship Teutonia sailed at noon with
112 passengers. She carried out no specie.
APRIL 1, 1861.
Loans and Discounts $764,126 44
Stock of the Comnionwealth 60,3015
United States Loan 19,000
Specie' 76,466 05
Due by other banks.. $211,684 58
Notes of other banks.; 18,624
stocks, (at present market value,) 28,000
Bonds, do. do. - 5,000
Real Estate 14,600
Dne to other banks.
The above statement is Correct, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
J. W. WEIR, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed before me,
aldlt W. Kusa, Alderman.
The West Chester Academy,.
A T WEST CHESTER, PA., within two
.11„ hour's ride from Philadelphia by the Pennsylva
nia Central or the West Chester direct railroad, will re
sume the duties of the SUMMER TERM on the surer DAY
OF MAY NEXT, and e:o3e them on the LAST DAY OP Sapvaic•
am The school, therefore, is in session during-the
SUMMER MONTHS. Pupils are received at any time at
proportionate charges. The average number of students
is 85, under the charge of nine teachers. The French,
German'and Spanish languages are taught by Native
Resident Instructors. For catalogues, apply to
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Lexicographers The wonder is, not that there are
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say 'the best,' but the only desirable Dictionary of the
"Webster was the first lexicographer of English who
placed definitions and earn:elegy on a proper basis
Webster, the chief of English lexicographers."—/W
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Dumb Institution, New York, lan. 24, 1861.
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rejoice that it is used so extensively, and should rejoice
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Becker, Mrs Elizabeth Me
Masai gary, Mrs Sarah
Blessing, Mrs Marg't , Mrs Maria
Brady, Mrs Margaret Morris, Miss Mary
Brown, Miss Mary Miller, Mrs Martha L
Burgret, Miss Anna N
Brown, Mrs Elizabeth Niecolls, Mrs SI A
Bryan, Miss Ella . P .
C Palmer, Mrs Sarah
Collins, Mrs Elizabeth R
Cook, Miss Kate Roberts, Mrs Martha A
D Rush, Miss Eliza
Davis, Mrs Mary Royer, Miss Anna
Douglass, Mrs Sarah J Robertson, Miss Eliz'th
Duffield, Mrs Col Ross, Miss Elenor
Dull, Mrs A . S
E - Sheaffer, Mrs Sarah G
Eeard, Miss Catharine Sadler, Miss Ann Adl'n
F Sheasley, Mrs Annie E
Faring, Elizabeth Shaeffer, Miss Kate E
Foucht, Mrs Susan Shaeffer, Miss Kate W
Francis, Miss Sallie Simmons, Mri While-
Funk, Miss K E - mina
G Smith, Miss Mary T
Gray, Miss Mary ' Simmons, Mrs A
ir. Stevens, Miss Joanna
Hartnell, Ellen T
Hart, Susan Thomas, Miss Marg't
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Hausa, Mrs Sarah B Faber, Eliza
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Helga's, libis Elia 1 W
Hogan, Miss Sallie Waggoner,Mrs TineY E
J Williams,Miss Persidia
Jones, Mrs F ' Williams, Miss Eliz'th
Jarret, Lydi Williams, Miss M 0 31
Jordan, Miss Mattis Wolf, Miss Caroline
Jones, Mrs Margaret Y
K Yerlets, Mary
Kaufman, Lydia Z
Knox, Mus Eliza J Zorger, Miss Magd'ne 2
A Mann, Barney'
AD Manly B
W - B Martin, Robert L
Appel, Louis Markle, Cyrus P
Andlane, Mr • May, J G
B Mader, Amos
Batton, D Matthews, Charles P
Balso, Jacob 2 Metz, E
Bates, W Miles, J G
Bauer, N M '
Baldwin, Robert Miles, Jos T ,
Bennet, H W Murry, H
Belville, Charles N
Beaber ; Abraham Natcher, Charles - A
Benkler, Mathias Noll, Samuel
Braun, Bernhart Nolan, John
Bell, A S Nok, Levi T
Billmyer, J 2 Nessley, John
Bitner, J L 0
Biggert, Simon O'Brine, James
Black, A M Orth, Lenbar t
Boush, Jacob Osborn, E -
Boyer, David C ' P
Briton, J B Peck, R
Bridgens, H F Patton, James
Brown, John Peck, Jacob
Brubaker, WH Patterson, John R
Buck, H Plumly, B Rush
Brubaker, D H Potter, James 2
Buchter, John Porter, Charles
Brown, John S Power, Thos J
Buser, Boyd Pollock, James 2
Brown, 8 R Pennock, Isaac M
Brady, Samuel Price, Samuel W
Brierwirth, Leopold C Preist, Charles
Buser, H H K. Putenbaugh, I I
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Carlisle, H B R
Cloud, Jacob Rhine, James
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Clay, Franklin 2 Rinehart, Samuel
Conrad D ' Rapp, A -
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Currey, John F Royce, Wm P .
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Davis, Edmund R R Rupp, Jacob
Dimmick, 0 W - S
Dart, J E Sellers, M A_
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Dehne; Henry _ Sather, Wm G
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Evans, R M 2 Seaton, J E
Ewing, John H Shillen, J
F Shannon, John
Felty, Peter Shark, Jacob
Falter, Daniel . Shop, John
Fahey, Patrick Sautter, J
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Foltz, John E Sheesly, Jacob
Fuller, Amzi Sherdon, Jeremiah
Friling, H Y Seiber, •Robt H
Fulton, James , Scheyrer, John
G Sheets, Edmund
Gellar, W Schenman, Fr
Garann Jason Sailor, J P
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George, John H Seibert, B F
Gardner, Joseph Schwartz, Owen S
Gribbons, Hugh Slayton, Charles F
Graham, John. B Smith, Thornton
Gravlin, George Smith, Elijah
Good, J F - Small, John H
Griffith, Robert Snoddy, James
H Snyder, Jacob
H R Smith, Samuel
Hamilton, John Sider, Wm
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Heylman, J 0 Sommers,_ It
Hawn, Samuel Stephens, J T
Harper, George Sollenberger, John
Harper, John Sphar,
Hayes, Samuel _ .Speaks, 1 C .
Hausser, Jacob "Stem, John
Hain, Joseph Steiner, Francis
Harper, John H Slender, John
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Birdie, John Stewart, James
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Christi= Strickler, M B
Hebera, Philip Swasey, A
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Hicock, T Snavely, C
Hill, D Sullivan, John HS
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Huntsberger, lit G Taggart, David
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Hoffer, John EW
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Kerr, Patrick Whelley, 2d.
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Karnes, Joseph Welch, Jacob
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Perseus calling for any of the above letters
will please say they are advertised.
ltd GEO. W. PORTER, P. M.
virILL BE SOLD at public auction at
the Boiler - Manufacturing shop of the under
signed, No. 113 Market street, the entire stock apper.
Mining to the manufacture of Steamßollers and Black
smithing in general, consisting in part of the following
articles, viz :
Four pair of Blacksmith Bellows ; six Anvils; Sett Rolls
for Bending Boiler Plates; Punching - Machine; Riveting
and Blacksmith Hammers; Bar and Sheet Iron; Furnace
Tuyiron and Blacksmith Tuyiron; 1 good % Broad Wheel
Wagon; one Wheelbarrow; Fairbanks and other Heavy
Draught Scales; a lot of Cemetery Bailing, (assorted pat
terns) Also, a large lot of Blacksmith Coal, to be sold
in oliantities to suit purchaser&
Sale to commence on SATURDAY, April 6th, at nine
o'clock A. Ai., when conditions of rale will be made
known by (30-Iw] DENNING k CURRAND.
Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, &e.
THE successful introduction and use of thin cele
brated Remedy has been the signal for a literal flood
of compounds called "Bitters," offered in various
forms, from a quart bottle to a fivegallon keg, until
this word "Bitters" is but another name for "grog,"
or some villanorre whiskey mixture.
But the really great relief derived from the minute
dose, one teaspoonful, of our medicine,
BERHAVE'S HOLLAND SITTERS,
and the entire absence of after prostration, bas esta
blished for it a reputation which the host of imitations
and counterfeits have failed to undermine. It is posi
tively a vegetable preparation, with basely aufficamt
pure spirits to preserve it.
But one size of the genuine, - (Half-Pint Bottles,)
price ONE Douai. •
It is a medicine of long-tried elleacy for Par(fying
the Blood, so essential for the foundation of goo' d
health and for correcting disorders of the stomach
and bowels. ,
Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its
salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its
strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowels and
kidneys will soon take place, and renewed health be
the quick result. --
For INDIGESTION, Try
Therhave , s Holland Bitters.
For ACIDITY, Try
Beerhave , s Holland Bitters.
For WATERBRASS, Try
Baerhave's Holland Bitters.
For HEADACHE, Try
Bterhavets Holland Bitters.
For LOSS OF APPETITE, Try
Therhavegs Holland Bitters.
For COSTIVEYEBS, Try
Ilerhave's Holland Bitters.
For PILES, Try
Bterhave's Holland Bitters,
In all Nervous, Rheumatic, and Neuralgic Affec
tioni, it has in numerous Instances proved highly
beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure.
The gennine, highly-concentrated` 3dragm's Hob-
Lam MITERS is put - up in half-pint bottles only, and
retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great demand
for this truly celebrated medicine has induced many
imitation; which the public should guard against
Beware of imposition I See that our nu* is on the
label of every bottle_you buy.
Benj. Page, Jr. &Co.
For sale in the city of Harrisburg by D. W. GROSS &
BETWEEN NEW YORK
- AND LIVERPOOL.
ANDING AND EMBARKING PAS
ju SEEGERS at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver.
pool, New. York and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend despatching their foil powered Clyde-built Iron
Steamships as follows :
CCITY OF BALTIMORE, Saturday,.Bth April ; KANSA
OO, Saturday, 18th April ; EDINBURG, Saturday, 20th
April, mid every Saturday, at Noon; from Pier 44, North
RATES OP PASSAGS
FIRST CABIN $75 OD I STEERAGE.— .... 480 00
do to .London gso oo - do to London..s33 00
Steerage Return 'Pickets, good for Six Months •00 00
Passengers forwarded to Parts, Havre; Hamburg .
Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, go., at reduced througb
,Persons wishing to bring out their friends can buy
tickets here at the following ra es, to New York : From
Liverpool or Queenstown; let Cabin, $75, $B5 and $lO5.
Steerage from Liverpool 840 00. From Queenstown,
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
passengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. , They are
built In Water-tight Iron Seetions, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on.board. For further. information apply
at the:CompanY's Offices. JNO. G. DALE, Agent,
apl4f . 16 Broadway, New York.
Or 0.0. Zimmerman, Agent, Harrisburg.
Dr. 1:10. w ITCIOI%IMIS,
OFFICE in his own dwelling, a few
doors west of the Franklin Railroad Depo', where
he may be consulted on all diseases, but more particu
larly on Diseases of a private nature. There are many
persons in Hagerstown, Harrisburg and elsewhere, who
have been restored to sound health after all other treat,
meet falled, by the use of his powerful vegetable rem°.
Dr. JONES may be consulted personally or by letter t ds.
earthing every symptoms. And medicine sent to any
part or the country. Any afflicted person that will call
personally and make a bargain with Dr. JONES, he will
keep them in his own dweiling, and it net cured no tofu
will be required.
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 care Gonorrhea in from three to dye
days, and can be bad at any time of Dr. JONES, at his of
fice, at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle is sufficient
to cafe a mild case.
This Is one of the worst Pßl of aII LLS diseases. Dr. JONES
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
features; so it may require different remedies, according
to the nature of the case. Dr. JONES will make a writ
ten article with any one—NO CURE NO PAT I The`re.
mediestised by Dr. JONES, arepurely vegetable, and need
no change of diet or hindrance from business.
This habit of youth is indulged in while alone, ands o
Often learned from evil companions whanht 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 Bars,
Pimples en the Face, Loss of Memory, Frightful Dreams
at Night, Weakness in the Back, Pain in the Breast, and
Cough, (indicative ot. Consumption,) Dyspepsia, .
Derangement of the Nervous System, and so on till Death
puts an end to their sufferings. To such Dr. JONES of
fere a perfect restoration, with such mild and Bairn,
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the victim of
this Distressing Disease.
13peedtly restored to Bound health. - •
..All letters mot eontulu_a stump to texture answer.
Addreea DR. D. W., JONia,
'pl Etna RagerateWn, )lid.
DAVID HAYNES, 110 MARKET ST.,
HAARISTRIRG, Agent for
Wrought and Chilled Iron Fire and Burglar Pron
Strictly the ONLY Mercantile Safe made, that la both
Fire and Burglar Proof. mar 29 dly
COTTON TOP MATRESSES,
• COTTON COMFORTS,
FRENCH CARPET HA.SSACKS,
On hand and for sale wholesale and retail at the very
lowest rates for each .
HAIR MATRASSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
MADE TO ORDER
Repaired and made equal to new very reasonable, aII at
N 0.109 Market street between Fourth and Fifth. by
mar 29 J. T. BARNITZ.
$130.00 CHECK LOST.
ACHECK drawn by the subscriber on
'•Mechanics' Saving Bank," dated "Allegheny,
January 2, 1861," to Jno. A. Wejr, Eve., for $l3O 00, and
enclosed in a letter mailed to'Dr. JOHN °OMEN, Penn
sylvanis Hoepitsl, Harrisburg, has been lost or stolen.
All persons are cautioned against receiving the same.
Payment hes been stopped.
R. H. DAVlS„lnreotor of Poor, Allegheny county,
A FRESH MILK COW, by
mar27-Iwd* JOHN H. BRAAT
?FRE SUBSCRIBER has removed hie
PLUMBING AND BRASS FOUNDRY from Market
street to Fourth street above Market, opposite the Bet het
church. Thankful fbr put patronage, he hopes, by strict
attention to business, to merit a imotinumme of it.
mar2B.3ind WM. PARKHILL.
INTERESTING TO ALL!
CATHCART & BROTHER
No. 14 MARKET , SQUARE,
/TAY/ NOW OPK/f =IR USUAL LAWN A/NOOTWILIT OF
SPRING DRY GOODS
ALL KINDS, ALL MCA% EVERY MIN, 'MAY QUALITY,
ANY WAX; PRIM LOW ACIOORDINGLY.
DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY
HEAVY STOCK OP.DONESITC GOODS, PRICES LOWER
Every hothcement offered to purchasers at
marD Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
UTANTRM-AGENTS TO SELL PACK
AGM of STATIONERY and JEWELRY, at prices
one third less than can be purchased elsewhere. Can on
or address (stamp enclosed,) J. L. BAILEY,
mar2s.Smd No. 151 Court Street, Boston, Moss.
A N EXTRA FINE lot of PONGTAI
JPa. YOUCHONG TWA. This te the beet brand of Black
Tea imported. A email invoicejost received and for sale
by (m 251 WM. DOCK JR. & Co.
TREESI TREES ! ! TREES !1 !
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
NOTHING PAYS SURER than an in
vestment in FRUIT TILERS. Also, GRAPE VINFS
and SNAIL FRUITS of all kinds. Shade and Ornament-
al TREES, PLAN'S, Ao., Rm., will be cold at reducad
prices, to , suit the times.
GIVEI7S A CALL.
Specimens orthe above can be seen in the Lower Mar
ket Rouse during market hours, where orders will be
taken, or at the Nurseries immediately below the city.
M25-Bteow J . MI:511.
STONE FOR SALE.
BUILDING STONE or Stone suitable
for turapiking purposes will be delivered to any
part of the city or its vicinity. Apply to '
mar2B WM. COLDER, JR.
grantedUNDERSIGNED having been
Letters Testamentary on the estate of Wit.
CO ER, Sr., dec'd., late of the city of Harrisburg, here
by notify an persons indebted to said estate to make
payment without delay, and those having claims to pre
sent thorn properly authenticated for settlement.
_ WU. COLDER, JR.,
mar 22 et JAMES COLDIE.
THE ROOM. now in the occupancy of
Alderman Bllne , m Third street, opposite this or•
lice. Enquire of [ml9-tapl] K. J. FLEIENG.
TO BENT.—TheTwo-Story Brick Houso
and premises situate on the Corner of Dewberry al
ley and - Chestnut street, now occupied by &dui Brutus.
Possession given first of April, 1861. For terms apply
to Alderman Peffer, city of Harrisburg, Pa
mint: JOHN MILER.
NEW' -., - -....,-"c - - , ...
.... BONNET ~ AV --,
- '...,.. STORE
- - ~ .W ILL OPEN April
4th, with a fnll assortment
from the Philadelphia w York most fashionable
establishments, to which, during the swim, additions
of the West novelties from those establishments will be
MRS. A. B. BICKERTON,
Formerly A. B. Carpenter, sign ~ o f the two Golden
Eagles, first bonnet store from the Harrisburg Bridge.
FROM One to Five Hundred Dollar„
worth of CITY BONDS. Enquire of
C. 0. ZIMMERMAN.
No. 28 South Second •
• KEW ARBANGEMETS T.
ORANGE OF LOCATION
rp he old stook of oars teing disposed of,
1. the undersigned has broke, out In
tablished a daily freight line. between Philadelphia ) New
"York, Harrisburg and all points on the Northern Central,
Slithery k Erman(' Laoka Wane. & Bloomsburg railroads.
a new place and es-
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
he hopes, by promptness in. dedively, to retain all his
easterners and patrons as goods intended far the line
must be delivered at the depot ot the Philadelphia and
Reading railroad, 'triad and Oallowhill streets, Philadel
• Ida. All goods - delivered at the depot up to five o'clock,
P. M., will reach Harrisburg next morning-
J. WALLOWER, Jr., General Agl.
Beading Depot, Harrisburs.
M. M• RATTON'S
Strawberry Alley between, AO and
HIS ESTABLISHMENT is stocked with
z i : i e l l l thßOßSEired on S ; CA na ltß b l i A e t t S, BUGGIES, &c,
marl-Smi - J. Q. ADAMS, act.
CITY LIVERY STABLES.
aracaritußr AE= "0121 TEX REAR OP
HE undersigned has re-commenced the
livery Nathan in hie NEW and SPACIOUS STA
:iv, located as above, with a large and varied ESOCk 0
110 Zi'. OdERIAGE3 and OMNIBUSES, which be Wit
afra at.ntoderate rates. F. R. SWARTZ.
FRESH GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWF , K
An entire new deck bf large and small
Packages Jest received at
SELLER'S DRUG. STORE,
- 813tarket street,