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Thursday Afternoon, April 4, 1861.
Death - of Judge In'Lean..
The telegraph this afternoon announces
the death of Hon. John M'Lean, one of
the Justices of the Supreme Court of the
United States. He died in Cincinnati
after a short illness. The death of this
eminent jurist and scholar will oreate a
deep sensation of regret, and be mourned
as one of the severest losses the country
has experienced for many years. Judge
M'Lean was, we think, appointed to the
Supreme Bench by Jackson. He was
identified with the Whig party by an
earnest support of its great measures, and
was often presented to Whig National
Conventions as a candidate for the Presi
As a judge and a statesman, a patriot
and a man, he had no superior while
living, and few will come after him who
will excel him in the possession of any of
The Position of Pennsylimnia.
In the great. revolution which is now
threatening the peace and' prosperity of
this Union, and which has already aecom
plished its partial dismemberment, the
position of Pennsylvania must be both
peculiar and important. In the Union of
the States as first formed, that position
was very, important, both in its geogra
piaical-boundaries and political aspects.
Occupying, politically, the position of an
arbiter by reason of her conservative in
fluences, the Keystone State has always
been regarded with the most friendly feel
ings by the extremists of both sections.
In this .particular, the influence of this
State has been directed to the peaceable
adjustment of more than one vexed ques
tion, and in all the compromises which
have been asked and conceded by the peo
ple of one section to those of another,
Pennsylvania has played a most import
ant part. Her people are dielinguiehed
not alone for the genius which has made
them renowned in their pursuits of the me
chanic arts and sciences, or the develop
ment and cultivation of the soil, .bnt for a•
C)mprehensiop of and devotion to princi
ple, which the people of few of the other
Commonwealths evince or practice. Al
ready in this crisis, through her Repro._
sentatives in the . Peace Congress, the
voice of Pennsylvania was potential in
proposing and passing a measure of ad
justment that has at least temporarily
arrested revolution in one motion, while
it gave to the people of another section
time to deliberate and prepare themselves
for any emergency which might arise in
If, in the progress of secession and re
bellion, the States of the Union should
be permanently dissolved, and all hope
of reconstruction removed, the position
which Pennsylvania will then occupy will
give a different aspect toter interests and
a different direction to her energies. Geo
graphically, Pennsylvania is located im
mediately between the great 'west and ,
the States in the east whioh depend most
on the trade and produetion of the west
to support their manufacturers. The de
-1)0049114 between the east and the west
is in fact reciprocal, while the 'means of
supplying, this dependency must pass
through Pennsylvania, thus constituting
her the great highway of trade between
the most useful, wealthy and powerful
sections of the Union as it once existed.
The.direet shipment of goods from either
Boston or New York for the west, would
of course be the safest and cheapest by
rail while .a continued !relish by railroad
necessarily carries such goods through
Pennsylvania, over our own great lines of
travel. The transit by the lakes or any
other route, renders trans-shipment ne
cetlary; involving a cost and delay to
which the trade between the two sections
would not submit.
-The advantages to be derived from such a
position are not now easily to be calcu
lated, nor can we at once perceive all the
beneAts which would flow from such ad
vantages. This trade and travel, passing
through Pennsylvania, would constantly
keep her own resources and skill in labor
employed, while, she would loose none of
her ancient importance as the keystone of
the Federal Arch, by becoming the key
stone of an arch stretching from the At
lantic ocean to the banks of the Minis
. sippi. As trade increased, her iron and
anal would be in demand beyond her
eastern and western borders—while the
.'oid indUstry which heretofore made her
." , eapable.of contending with foreign and
'domestic competition, will gather new
vigor ,when 'She is , pjaced is a position
where her strength will be aroused to
new energies. If the worst comes to the
worst, Pennsylvania will not be the worst
State in any Union that may be formed
of which she is a member. She has too
many of the elements of greatness within
her territory to suffer materially by sepa
ration—too much energy to be dismayed
by opposition from abroad, and has only
to fear the political chicanery in her own
midst, that has oftener humbled her inde
pendence and pride, than it has affected
her energy and prudence. No State has
been less oared for by federal legislation
than Pennsylvania. No State thrown
more upon her resources—and no people
compelled to contend against more obsta
cles in trade and commerce, than the
citizens of the - State of Pennsylvania.
While the. material interests of other
States were constantly mixed up with
legislation—while the west was exhaust
ing enormous grants of land, and the
South was drawing from the inexhaustible
treasury of the nation the meads - of pre
serving their position in the nationality
of States, and fostering and protecting
their peculiar institution—while all these
advantages were being derived from the
Federal Government—the great State of
Pennsylvania was compelled to behold
English iron on its way for the erection
of western railroads, and at the same time
keep pace with the strongest of her rivals,
and excel even those States in develop
ment and progress, which were deriving
all the aid and power of the Federal Gov
ernment to accelerate tlieir improvement.
Surely, however gloomy the future may
appear, and whatever the changes may be
that now threaten the destinies of the
States of this once glorious Union, Penn
sylvania has only to buckle on her armor
to be ready to battle for and conquer any
good she may desire.
Wilma Is. ACCEPTABLE ?—the Secre
tary ot the Treasury; Mr.' Chase, lately
advertised for a loan of eight millions of
dollars, and in response offers were made,
tendering thirty-three millions. Immedi
ately after the combination of the treason
at the South, advertisement was made
asking proposals also for a loan of several
millions, but as yet no proposition has
been made to supply Jeff. Davis with, a
dollar. From this we can judge how ac
ceptable the provisions of the new gov
ernment are with the people whom it
seeks to govern. If what, is true of the
much boasted resources of the South, they
lack confidence in their own leaders, and
if they have confidence, why is not the
loan of their government at once taken ?
These facts speak with more force than
any declaration of * principle which could
possibly .be made by a convention of
Southern politicians. They prove the
difference of the people in both sections,
and the justice of the cause animating
each. The great majority of the people
at the North, their labor and their capi
tal, are devoted to the Union, net of States
for seqiional objects or for purposes of
defending impracticable dogmas, bat for
ends and aims that are national and sa
cred. The government that is unable to
elicit the confidence and support of those
whom it aspires to govern, is unworthy of
the respect and recognition of others, and
should not be permitted to obstruct the
path in the progress of civilization and
MR. SANNORD, the new minister to
Belgium, carries with him for presenta
tion to the various governments of Europe,
a formal protest against any recognition
by them of the Southern Confederacy.--
This will give a new phase to rebellion
in the South, and teat the friendship and
neutrality of nations with whioh we have
been heretofore on the most friendly re
lations. It will place Jeff. Davis and his
confederates in the position of outlaws,
while at the same = time it will only be
responding to a principle of international
law heretofore insjsted on by every gov
ernment ,in Europe. In the meantime,
we must be patient in observing what ef
fect this new giaggression" will have on
the fiery tempers of our estranged and
belligerent cousins below Mason and Dix
on's line. Adding this protest to the re
sult of the late elections, in the East, it
is not to be cape° ed than they will remain
quiet under the bi rden, or cease to burn
the powder which leis so long been kept
dry in, their instruments of war.
THE attack of a portion of the Demo
dada press upon the - Kansas relief move
matt is brutal.
, i)emocracy. endeavors to
make political capital even from the suf
ferings of starvineEten, women and chil
dren. It is •prepared to dissolve the
Union, rather than fail in its object of
bieaking up the RepublicanTarty. In or
out of office, the Democratic •party is alike
mean and despicable. .
Peuttsvthania Elativ Zekgraph, (IThursitap /fternoon, 2l.vril I, 1861
RICHMOND, Va., responds to the Union
men of Rhode Island, by electing a seces
sion candidate for Mayor by over one
thousand majority. In this manner the
border States intend to repay the Union
men of the North. Every effort made
in the north, east or west to redeem the
land from the dangers of civil war, is re
sponded to in the South by that insolent
repudiation of all terms of peace which
has characterised that section of the coun
try from the hour they agreed to a Union.
Even now, Virginia is secretly arming for
the future, and her citizens marshalling
for a purpose that neither indicates peace
or compromise, but which:must soon prove
to the free States that there is no differ
ence between the border and the cotton
States in this struggle, but that all are
animated with the single object of humb
ling and destroying the influence of - free
labor throughout the whole country.
TELE WALL STREET BANKS, Of New
York city, contain upwards of $41,000,-
000, which the Government at Washing
ton can procure on loan on demand. Un.
der the circumstances of the difficulty in
the South, capitalists are unwilling to
make investment, but perfectly satisfied
to place their funds into the hands of the
Government for official uses. The South
ern Confederacy would doubtless be pleas
ed to recieve part of this immense treas
ure on loan, but unfortunately for the
wants of that government, Southern cred
it is rather low in New York.
"BOLD SOUTHERN BUMMERS."-A com
pany of young men paraded in Portsmouth
the other day bearing the national flag,
and small pennons incribed B. S. B. The
unfamiliar initials having provoked some
inquiry, a correspondent gratified public
curiosity by stating through the Day Book
that their true signification is the "Bold
Southern Bummers," and that when next
they parade it will be under the flag of
the Southern Confederacy.
WHAT A PHILOSOPHER THINKS.-
Robert Dale Owen of Indiana, has put
lished an elaborate review of Mr. Lincoln's
Inaugural, which he pronounces conserva
tare and conciliatory, but says that if the
cotton States persist in secession we must
acknowledge their independence eventu
ally, and had better do it before than af t `
ter a war.
v Latest News from Charleston.
CHARLESTON, April 4
Lints. Talbot and Sneider, from Fort Sum
ter, reached the city about noon with a flag of
truce. They are now having an interview with
the Governor. Nothin, has transpired with
regard to the object of this movement.
PROVIDENCE, R. 1., April 3, Midnight.
The State election was' held to-day, with the
following result : The Republican ticket,
headed by James Y. Smith for Governor, is de
feated. Gov. Sprague, the Union candidate,
is re-elected by a large majority. The Legisla
ture is of the same political character. The
Union candidates for Congress, William P.
Sheffield, from the Eastern, and George H.
Browne, from the Western district, are elected
over the late Republican thembers—Messrt.
Robinson and Brayton.
A Pennsylvanian Tenders His Services to
the Southern Confederacy.
WASHINGTON, April 4.
Captain Gorgas, recently resigned from the
army, has tendered his services to the Con
federate States. He is a native of Pennsylvania,
and was formerly in command of the Charles
ton Arsenal: •
Texas.—Nesisage from Houston.
NEw Onwais, .4pril 4
Advices from Galveston state that Governor
Houston had sent a message to the Legislature
protesting against the Convention, appealing to
the Legislature to sustain him, and claiming
still to lie Governor. The Legislature took not
the slightest notice of it. -
Death of Judge McLean. :.
CINCINNATI, April 4.
Judge McLean, of the United States Supreme
Court, died this morning.
Fatat Collision of• Vessels.
BOStoN, March 4.
Advices by,the America state that the ships
Juniata, for Baltimore, and Joseph Fish for
New Orleans, collided off Taskar, and the for
mer was sunk. Capt. Wilson, the chief mate,
carpenter and ten men were drowned. The
rest of the crew were rescued.
Movements of U. S. Military.
WASHINGTON, April. 4.
Capt. Barry's company of artillery left here
to day for New York. The same•train carried
away from 25 to 80 carpenters engaged here by
Government, but for what purpose is not pub
Mr. Mayo was to-day elected Mayor of this
city, by 1,000 majority over Mills, the Union
MOFFAT'S LIFE PLUS AND PHCENLX BITTERS.--
Ares /nee 411 MinerarPoisons.—ln cases of SiroDNA
Ulcers, Scurvy, or h'ruptions of the Skin, the operition
of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, ev Cry vestige of these loathsome diseases
,by their purifying effects on . the blood: Billions Fevers,
Fever and Agee, Dyspepsia; Dropsy, Piles, and in short,
most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties
No family, should be without: ;theta, as by their timely
use mueksuireringend expense may be saved.
Prepared by WM.. B. MOFFAT, M. D., Nei/Jerk, and
r sale by all Druggists'' 'novtl:wly
The Rhode Island Election.
Election at Richmond
RICHMOND, April 3
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
THE subscriber begs leave to inform bis
friends and the public that be has taken the TARSI
ER'S HOTEL, in Market street opposite the Post Clam,
formerly J. Stahl's, where he is prepared to accommo
date them on reasonable terms. Having refitted and
furnished the House entirely now, be wipes by strict at
tention to business, to receive a liberal share of patron
age. [apt-Smd] - B. (4: PETEnS.
PILLOW CASE MUSLIN'S all widths.
ITHRLEACHED AND BLEACH./ tiuSLLys, all prices.
TIMINGS, all prices and widths.
ToIeSUNG; all kinds.
CeIINTILEPAININI, very low.
Caticos, very cheap.
hums Cuss IINSN9, different qualities.
Lion FHILET/NOS, all qualities.
LABOR STOCK OF (RASHES.
STAIR CIL CLOTHS.
BEST MARE OF DRUGGSTS.
Any Mouse Furnishing or Domestic Goode will be found
VERY carer, at
CATHCART & BROTHER'S,
ap4 Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
IT'LL be sold at the EUROPEAN
HOTEL, on Saturday Evening, Aprii . 61h, 1961, a
valuable two story. WEATHER.BOARDED LOG DWELL
ING HOUSE AND PIECE OF GROUND, situa'e on the.
south east corner of Mulberry street and River alley.—
For diMensions, &0., see handbills. Terms will be made
known atthe sale by GEO. P. WEAVER. -
Pima. Eilimustnat Auctioneer.
F. 2141:7 MT 40 . 1E1E ,
TRAVELING AGENT OF THE
OLD WALLOWER LINE.
riIEIIS OLD TRANSPORTATION LINE
Is-still in successful operation and prepared to carry
-freight as LOW as any other Indivilual line between
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williams
port, Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, and all points on the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie, and Williams
port and Denim Rallrouls.
Elcal Agent at Harrisburg,
D. A. MIIENCH.
Goads sent to PEACOCK, ZELL & HINCHMAI; Nos. BCB
and 810 Market street, above Eighth, by 4 o'clock, P.M.,
will arrive at Harrisburg, ready for delivery, the next
morning. C. F. MUENCH,
ap3-tf Traveling Agent.
THERMOMETERS, Ornamental Mantle, Japanese Metal
THERMOMETERS, do do Bronzed do
THERMOMETERS, Distillers Tin Case, 12 inch.
THERMOMETERS, do Brass Bound Double Scale.
THERMOMETERS, Union Case, 10.12 inch. -
THERMOMETERS, Metallo Frame, 8-10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Black Walnut Case, 10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Tin Case, 7-8.10 Mob.
We have just received a fine lot or THERMOMETERS
of various styles, and are selling them low.
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
ap3 91 Market street.
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
ATWO STORY BRICKHOUSE, with
back building, located in a respectable neighbor
hood, of which possession wilt not be wanted for eigth
months.. Apply at [...=] THIS OFFICE.
JOHN WALLOWER, JR., Agt.
iul ll forwarded by Philadelphia and Reading, Northern
Central, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania &Wrestle,
HAULING AND DRAYING to and from all parts of the
city to the diderent Railroad depots will be dons at the
very lowest rotes.
FAMILIES removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders left at Brant's Kuropein Hotel. or at the store
of E. S. Zollinger, will receive prealo. ititeuticn. Om
signments of freight respectfully solicited.
JOIN WALLOWER JR., Agt.,
ap2Ce Reading Depot.
T YKENS' VALLEY NIIT COAL just re- .
ceived by canal and for sale at $2.25 per ton, de
livnrad by PATENT WEIGH CARTS by
ap2 = JAMES H. WHEELER.
ST. LOUIS HOTEL,
CHESTNUT ST, ABOVE THIRD.
TN'the immediate neighborhood of the
IJobbing Houses on- Market, Third and Chestnut
streets, the Banks, Post' Office, Merchants' Exchange,
BKPT BON ON TEM
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
BOARD PER DAY .... 81.60.
Dinner between 1 and 8 o'clock, 50 cents. Single
room from 60 cents upward. -
A first class Restaurant attached. Prices according to
BOW of Fare.
The City Cars take Passengers from any Station to or
close to the Hotel.
-English, Frentsh, German and Spanish spoken.
_ STEAM WEEKLY
'BETWEEN NEW YORK
ANDING AND EMBARKING PAS
•_Li FINGERS at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool, New York and Philadelphia .Steamship 'company
Intend despatching their full powered Clyde-pant iron
Steamships as follows : .
It CLOY (PIP-BALTIMORE, Saturday. 6th April ;'KANGA
ROO, Saturday, lath April ; EDINBURG, Saturday, 20th
April, and every Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North
FIRST CABIN 075 •
O 5 ..... 00
do to London $BO 00 I do to London..o3B 00
Steerage Return Tickets, good for. Six Months •80 00
passengers forwarded to Paris, Havre, Hamburg.
Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, atc., at reduced through
Am-Arson wishing to bring ont their friends can buy
tickets here at the following ra as, to New York :.From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Cabin, $75, $B5 and $lO5.
Steerage from Liverpool - 8.10 00. - From Queens tote;
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
passengers, And carry experienced Surgeons. They are
bent Water-tight Iron Sections, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board... For ,farther'-information apply
at the Company's Ofileos. JNO. G. DALE, Agent,
apl•tf 15 Broadway, New York.
Or 0.0. Zimmerman, Agent, Harrisburg ,.
REMOVAL OF COAL 'OFFICE.
rTIHE gIIBSCRIBER has removed his Coal
jl_, Office two doors from 4th and Market, near the Post
°Mee, where he will be pleased-_ to supply.bis old custo
mers with the different kinds of HARD AND SOFT COAL
at as low prices as any regular yard In the city. Full
apl4fid , DAVID McCORMICK.
The West Chester Academy,
A T WEST CHESTER, PA., within two
bour's ride,ftom Philadelphia by the Penniylve--
nia Central or the West Chester direct railroad, will re
seine the duties of the SUMMER TERM on the FIRST DAY
of MAY ormcr, and close them on the Lear DAT OF. SKFTIOI
BER. The school, therefore, is 1n session during the
SUMMER MONTHS. Pupils are received at any time at.
proportiondte charges. The average number ,of students
ie St, under the charge of nine teachers. The French,
German and Sponish languages are taught by N a ti ve
Resident Instructors. For catalogues, apply to
- WM. F. WYERS, A. M., Principal,
eel-Sind At West Chester, Pa.
WALL BE SOLD at public auction at
the Boller Manufacturing shop or the under
signed, No. 113 Market street, the entire stock apper.
taining to the manufacture of Steam Boilers and }Ala.:
sm i thing
In general, consisting in part of the following
artes, viz :
Four pair of Blacksmith Follows ;six Anvils; Sett Roils
for Bending Boiler Plates; Punching, Machine; Riveting
and Blacksmith Ham:kers; Bar and tibeet Iron; Furnace
Tcylron and Blacksmith Taybron; 1 good % Broad Wheel
-Wagon; one Wheelbarrow; Fairbanks and other Heavy
Draught Scales; a lot of Cemetery Railing, (assorted pat
terns.) - Also; a large lot of Blacksmith Coal, to' be sold
in quantities to snitpurckasers.
Sale to commence . on SATURDAY , Aprll Bth , at nine
o'clock A. M., when conditions of sale will be .made
known by [3O-Iw] DENNING JVCORRAND.
DAVID HAYNES, 110 MARKET, ST.
HARRISBURG, Agent for
Wrought and. Chilled Iron Fire and Burglar Print
Strictly the ONLY Mercantile Safe made, that 13 both
Fire and Burglar Proof. mar 29 dlv
Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, &c.
TUB successful introduction and use of this cele
brated 'Remedy has been the 'signal for a literal flood
of , compounds called " Bitters," offered in various
farms, from a quart bottle to a live-gallon keg, until
this word “Bitters" is but another name for "grog,"
or some viTlaroue whiskey mixture.
But the really great relief derived from the minute
dose, one teaspoonful, of our medicine,
BCEJLHAVE'S IEOLLAND BrITERS,
and the entire absence of after prostration, has 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 barely sufficient
pure spirits to preserve it.
But one size of the genuine, (Ilalf-Pint Bottles,)
price Ores Botts.
It is a medicine of long-tried efficacy ibr Purifying
the Blood, so essential for the foundation of good
health and for correcting disorders of the stomach
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
Berbare , s Holland Bitters,
For HEARTBURN, Try
Berhave's Holland Bitters.
For ACIDITY, Try
Bo rhave's Holland Bitters.
For VTATERBRAMT, Try
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
For HEADACHE, Try
Boarhave's Holland Bitters.
For LOSS or APPETITE, Try
Beerhavels Holland Bitters.
For COSTIVENESS, Try
Berhave's Holland. Bitters.
For PILES, Try
Bo3rhave , s Holland Bitters.
In all Nervous, Rheumatic, and Neuralgic Affec
tions, it has in numerous instances proved highly
beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure.
The genuine, highly-concentrated Damn Area not-
LNND BITTERS le 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
imitations, which the public should guard against
Beware of imposition! Ave that our name is on the
label of every bottle you buy.
Benj. Page l Jr. &Co.
Formic in the city of Harrisburg by D. W. GROSS &
COTTON TOP 'MATRESSES,
COTTON COMFORTS, ,
FRENCH CARPET ILVISACKS,
On hand and for sale wholesale and retail at the very
lowest rates for cash.,
HAIR MATRESSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
MADE TO ORDER.
• HAIR MATRESSES, &c.
Repaired and ma ie eanai to new very reasonable, all at
N 0.109 Market street between Fourth and Fifth. lsV
mar 29 . J. T. BeI.RNITZ.
THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his
1. PLUMBING AND BRASS FOUNDRY from Market
street to Fourth street above klarkertippoulte the Bethel
church, Thankful for past patronage, be hopei, by strict!
attention to business, to merit a continuance of IL
mar26-3md WM. PARRIULL.
APPLE WRISKY I -
PIJRE JERSEY APPLE 1 In 'store and
' for sale by JOHN H. =GUS,
73 Market Street.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
WHEELER • & WILSON'S
SEWING 'MA C HINE S,
NEW IMPROVEMENTS AT REDUCED PRICES.
THE:WHEELER & WILSON liftilitufao•
taring Company having gained arx their salts at
law, with infringing manufacturers of Sewing Machines,
propogielluit the public shriuld be benefitted thereby;
and-hava accordingly - reduced the prices of their Sewing
Machines. After this date they will be sold at rates that
will pay a fair profit on the cost o f manufacture, capital
invested, and expense of making sales ; such prices s
Will enable them td make first class machines, and, as
heretofore, guarantee them in every particular. -
In accordance with the announcement' above I will
sell their splendid Sewing Machines at prices from $45
to 190 for the tine full case machines. It is a well. estab
lished fact that the
Wheeler &Wilson Sewing Machine
IS the beat one in the market, the best made, most suple
and least liable to get out of girder, and they are now as
low - as • the inferior =Chines. Call and see them a
Third and Market.
del-6m • W. 0. HICKOK, A gent
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOQHSTORE
51 MARKET STREET,
IS THE ULEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY
SCHOOL BOOKS '
Comprising all the various
BEADING AND SPELLING BOOKS,
all the SCHOOL BOOKS used in the various Public and
Priyate Schools of the City, together with
COPY AND. COMPOSITION BOOKS,
LETTER; CAP and NOTE PAPER,.
BLANK BOOKS, SLATES,
LEAD . ..that,gl,A.l.2? PENCILS;
PENS AND HOLDER S, -IN K
' INKSTANDS, BC"f;BR A I and
the:mOst complete assortment of SCHOOVSTATIONEBY
constantly on hand and for sale at THE LOWEST•PRIM
OF ANY rums in the city, at ,
13E11"1"1911KAP :134)3 01 litit KETCI rli.J E.
.glarLiberal diecountimade to teachers and dealers.
Any article not on : hand fpremptly furnished without
extra charge. 9e024
. JOHN .
BOOT. & SHOE STORE,
CORNKRSEUOND , AND WALNUT STS.,
. . .
A LWAYS on hand a large assortment of
jfliii„, BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, itra., of the very best
entities for ladies. gentlemen, and childrens , "Lear.—
Priam to snit the times. All kinds or WOE MADE TO
ORDER in the beat style by-superior workmen
REPAIRING done at ahortiaottee.'
ontle-dtt JOHN , II'. SMITH, Harrisburg.
AUGUSTINE CHAYNk.' • •
CARPENTER AND . BUILDER.
- Residence No 27 ifortii,Himui Streo.„.
N. B--JOBBING' ATTENDED TO
Dr. D. W. a - clbiqms,
OFFICE in his own dwelling, a iew
doors west of the Franklin flailroal Dapo', whers
be may be consntted on all diseases, but more particu
larly on Diseases of a private nature. There are nosy
persons In Hagerstown, Harrisburg and elsewhere, wee
nave bean restored to sound health alter all ether treat.
merit failed, by the use of his powerful vegetable recto,
Dr. JONES may be consulted personally or by letter, le.
scribing every symptoms. And medicine sent to any
pare of the country. Any afflicted person that will call
personally and make a bargain with Dr. JONES, be will
keep them in his own dare:ling, and if nit cured no pay
will be required.
Dr. JON offers the only sate and certain remedy for
Gonorrhea, Gieet, Stricture, Liver Complaint, By s p ei , s4
Costiveness, and all Derangements of the Stoma. h. Tltia
preparation will CUM GonOrrbsa in Item three to Ike
days, and can be had at any time of Dr. JONES, at his ot
flee, at One Dollar per bottle, and one bottle is sufficient
to cure a mild case.
This Is one of the worst of all diseases. Dr. JONES
pledges himself to cure Syphilis In its wort forms. iiie
disease makes its appearance In so many different forms,
that a single plan or treatment will not reach it m all lts
restores- so it may require different remedies, accordiug
to the mr.nre 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. JONES, are purely vegetable, and used
so change of diet or hindrance from business.
This habit of youth is indulged in while alone. and a o
often learned from evil companions what at school, one
if not cured will destroy both mind and body. Both
sexes fall victims to this disease. The symptoms ar,--
Fain in the Head, Dimness of Fight, Hinging m the tars,
Pimples en the Face. Loss of Memory, Frightful Dreams,
at Night, Weakness in the Beck, Fain in theBBre t, and
. 01 Consumption ' ) Dyspepsia, great
Verangement of the 'Nervous System, and se on tilt Daub
puts an end te their suLrerings. To such Dr. JON
Mrs a perfect restoration, with such mild and thinly
Juices of Herbs, that will perfectly restore the victim of
this Distressing Disease..
Speedily restored to sound health.
AU letters must contain a stamp to ensure answer.
Address DR.. D. W. JONES,
api 3cod Hagerstown, M.
FOR BALE. ,
A FRESH MILK COW, by
maamwd* „TORN R. BRANT.
INTERESTING TO ALL!
CATHCART & BROTHER,
No. 14 MARKET SQUARE,
HAVE NOW OPEN MDR OSCAL LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SPRING DRY GOODS
AIL RINDS, ALL FILMS, EVERY STIII3, EVERY QUALM,
ANY MAKE, PRIOER LOW ACCORDINGLY.
DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY!
HEAVY STOCK OF DOMESTIC GOODS, PRICES LOWER
F.vory inducement opred to purobasera at
mar2l3 Next door to the Iforriehork Book.
WANTED.-AGEN'I'S TO SELL PACK
AGM of STATIONERY and JEWELRY, at prices
one third less than can be purchased elsewhere. Call on
or address (stamp enclosed,) J. L. BAILEY,
tnar2s.amd „No. 15.1 Court 'Street, Boston. Mass.
A N EXTRA FINE lot of FONGTAI
FOUCIIONG TJA. This Is the best brand of Black
Tea Imported. A small famoicejust received and for sale
by [m2s] WM. DOCK JR. St 00.
KEYSTONE , NURSERIES
TREES! TREES ! TREES !! !
LOOK •TO YOUR' INTE-REST !
WrOTEUING PAYS SURER than an in
vestmentle FRUIT TREES. Also, GRAPE, 'MTH
and SMALL FaUITA oral) kinds. Shale and Ornameut
al TREKS, PLAN VS wzll be told at reduced
prices, to suit the times.
• GIVE US A CALL.
Specimens of the above can be seen in the. Lower Mar
ket House during market hours, where orders will he
fallen, or at the Nurseries immediately below the city.
tii2sBteow J. HIS6I.
STONE FOR SALE.
BIIILDING STONE or atones suitable
for tornpiking purposes will be delivered to soy
fart of the city or its vicinity. A.pply to
mar 23 - WM. COLDER, JR.
T" UNDERSIGNED having been
granted Letter. Telabamentary - on the estate of WM.
COLDER, Sr., deed., late of the city of Harrisburg, here •
by notify all pumas indebted to said estate to make
paymentwithout delay, aud Mime baytig claims to pre
sent thorn properly authenticated:for settlement.
WM. COLDER, JR.,
mar 22 et JAMES COLDER.
FOR RENT.' .
TEE ROOM now in thee - oecuparroy of
Alderman Kline, in Third street, oppesluathla or.
dce. Enquire of [Ml9.tapl] R. J. FIEKENG.
TO RENT.—The Twii-Story Brick House
and premises situate on the corner of ctikviberry
ley and Chestnut street, now oocupied•by Jelin Baulus.
Possession given first of April, - 1.861. For 'terms apply
to Alderman Peffer, city of Harrisburg, Pa. • -
ml9ll . JOHN, MOILER.
V V 4th, with a full assortment
from the Philadelphia and Mew York mostliabionable
establishments, to which, during the seasenoiddidons
of the latest novelties from those establishments will be
MRS. A. a. ticrcperoN,
Formerly A. B. Carpenter, sign et the two Golden
Eagles, first bonnet store from the Harrtsnarraridge.
FOR SALE. •
DROM One to - Five Hundred tfollars
ju 'worth of OUT BONDS. Efiquire
0 . 0 . ZDIBBBRAN,
marl 4 No. 28 South Second-ptrftt.
CHANGE OP LOCATION
- - •
W /I..LX,OWER'S LINE.
the old stock of cars being disposed of,
the undersigned has broke out in a new place and cs
ished- a daily freight line between Philadelphia, New
Harrisburg'and all - points on the Northern Centra , ,
Banbury & Erie and LaokaWana & Bloomsburg railroad s
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
he hopes, by promptness in delivery, to retain all his old
customers and patrons kit goods intended fir the lino
must be delivered at the depot 01 the Philadelphia and
Reading railroad, Broad and Callowhill streets, Philadel
phia. Altgoods delivered at the depot up to five o'clock,
P. 8., will reach Harrisburg nett morning.
J. WALLOWER, Jr, General Ant.
Reading . Depot, Harrisburg.
M. M. HATTON'S
Strawberry Ailey between Fifth and
• Sixth, Streets.
TaIS ESTABLISHMENT is stocked with
excellent HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Lt c ' ,
which will be hired on reasonable terms
marl-Sm Q. ADAMS, Mi.
CITY LIVERY STABLES.
BLACKBERRY ALLEY,. IN THE BEAR OF
THE undersigned has re•cominencerl th©
livery bsininess in hls , NEW and SPACIOUS Sra
BL L located an above,.wlth.aFlarge and varied stock o
HORAES, OARKAGgi and 9A1211/114545, which he wii
hire at - moderate iiites." ' - F. cr.. SWARTZ.
sep2B.dly ,j - , : :
FRESH GAR EN; Tur,D.and FLOWER
r3EED.S. Ana .nTh , e' neir - sboth&t l irge and Email
Plkokages Just received • co ,