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Wednesday Memnon, April ft 1861.
lloas MILITA.I2.—The Logan Guards of Lew
istown, arrived here this morning. Several
Allegheny companies are expected to-night.
Tai GEFERAL of this division, E. C. Williams,
has appointed Cols. David J. Unger, Joseph
Knipe add Isaac S. Waterbury, as his aids,
They will leave in a day or two. They are all
old Mexican soldiers, and good appointments.
Ar.roma COMPNNT. —A muster roll for a
military company to be styled the "Constitu
tional Guards" has been opened in the North
Committee room of the Capitol, under the aus
picious of a well known military gentleman• of
this State. The company is rapidly filling up.
ATTENTION, CAMERON GOARDE.—You aro re
quested to be at the Armory this evening at 7
o'-clock for the transaction of important busi
ness. All men who are willing to join the
corps are invited to be present, as the the roll
book is still open. Attest,
Lot BARTHOLOMEW ; Esq•, the young and
talented member, who in part represent the
county of Sohuylkill in the House of Represen
tatives was, 'this morning commissioned as
Judge Advocate on the Staff of Major General
Beim, of the Third Brigade, Fifth division,
EVERYBODY NEEDS THEM. —We again remind
our readers of the new shoe store just estab
lished in this city. • The very best assortment
isitept on hand, and our readers may rest as•
cured that it will be to their benefit to patronize
him. Remember the sign of the "American
Rag." Everybody loves it.
Musrnows or WAR.-It is uow'time to pre
pare for war, and procure the proper materials
to crush 'rebellion; 'and we call the special
attention of our military to the advertisement
of Mr. Wheeler, in another column. He has
a full assortment. of the very best on band,
manufactured by a firm that needs no recom
mendations on our part. •
WOOD'S ldmarans.----Our readers must not
forget, during the present excitement, that
this famous troupe nightly appear at Brant's
City Hall. They have fully sustained their
wide-spread reputation EIS the best company. of
Ethiopian Delineators in existence. We never
saw such a general expression of satisfaction
and delight as was evinced last evening by the
audience. Again we say do not forget Wood's
THE ORDINATION RTEROISES of W. S. Wood,
pastor elect of the Baptist Church of this city,
will take place to-morrow, the 18th inst., in
the Church, on Pine street, corner of Second.
The council will meet at 2 o'clock, r. it, and
the ordination services will commence at in
the evening. The sermon, on the occasion,
will be preached by Rev. Prof. Curtis of Lewis
burg ministry. The exercises will be public,
and a cordial invitation is hereby given to the
clergy and all such as may wish to attend. ,
DOINGS AT THB MAYOR'S OrllCE.—Ellen Gray,
a lady without shoes froin Pittsburg: She was
supplied and went her way rejoicing. John
Dermont, Charles Blineheart, Levi Naylor and
John Black who had freely imbibed were dis
charged, after paying their fines and costs.
Thos. Cordon, drunk and entering our office
was sent five days over the way.
Messrs. James M. Wheeler and E. Byers
were each fined five dollars and costs for back
ing over the pavements, and unloading coal in
'llicannto ltrvarmay.—We point with pride to'
this noble company which arrived here last
evening, the first on greund, amidst the roar
ing of the little cannon. We are proud of them
because they come from our old home and rep
resent a peeks who might have been consider._
ed as sympathising with the South, because
they have been considered Democratic. But,
thank God, the noble hearted German Demo
cracy are riroused, and woe to the Traitors at
home or in the South. The men are all anx
ious to leave for the seat of war by the very
first opportunity; and we know that they will
bear the stars and stripes triumphantly aloft.
TH1812178 or EBTscom.—At a meeting of the
Physicians of the city Ca Harrisburg, held on
Tuesday afterricion, on motion of Dr. E. W.
Roberts, Dr. Wm. W. Rutherford was chosen
President, and Dr. Wm. H. Egle, Secretary.
The following preamble and resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
Wasnass, In the dispensations of an all-wise
Providence it has pleased Him to remove from
the well-tried scenes of his earthly labors Dr.
EDWABD L. Omar, one endeared to this comma
ty by every tie of humanity, by his deeds of
philanthropy and acts of kindness in the pro
fession which he so nobly adorned and honor
Rescolve4, That it is with emotions of the
deepest regret that we are called upon to mourn
the loss of one of the seniors in our profession;
and as an humble testimonial to his undying
worth, we offer to his' bereaved family our
heartfelt sympathy in this, the dark hour of
their affliction, and commend them to the con
solations of Him "who tempers the wind to the
Resolved, That as a further manifestation of
our respect and esteem for the departcd we at
tend his funeral in a body.
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings be
communicated to the family of the deceased,
and also furnished to the newspapers of the
city for publication.
,The Germans for the Tinton.
All the German citizens who are determined
to stand by the Union as it is, and the Govern
ment in all its plans adopted for the preserva
tion of the Union and the repelling of revolu
tion and rebellion, are invited to meet on
THURSDLT evening next, April 18th, at Wag
ner's Rotel, at eight o'clock.
Film a LAM—We print the following letter
from a lady of Harrisburg, because of its lite
racy merit as well for Its mingled pathos and
patriotism. In the hbur of trial, when danger
seems most portentious and overwhelming, the
council and the warning of brave women have
been instrumental in more than one glorious
rescue. In the hour-of our country's gloom,
it is fitting that women should be heard—for
of all other human beings who are interested
in the perpetuation of free instituties x ,tbe in- :
terests of our mothers, and wives and 'daugg
ters, rise transcendently higher than any
which man may have in_ the perpetuation of
The letter of our•fair correspondent is. worth
pondering after perusal :
HARRISBURG, April 16, 1861.
"General Taylor never eurrendere was the
laconic and emphatic reply of the hero of Palo
Alto, to the haughty demands of Santa Anna,
and we would have wished that Major Ander
son had adopted and clung to this motto to the
last ; but we are told it is in, accordance with
the usages of war that the flag must be•struck
by the vanqUished, before hostilities cease ;
and so to save the life of Maier Anderson and
his little band our beloved banner, the "Red
White and Blue," that has floated proudly to
the four winds from every rampart, pinnacle
and dome in this 'broad land for more than
eighty years, and every day told anew the story
of our union, strength and prosperity—this
noble badge and pledge so dear to the heart of
every true American, had to be, or has been,
ignominously hauled down and delivered up to
the enemy !
It does seem to us that had Major Anderson
been our husband or brother we would far soon
er have seen him borne from Fort Sumter with
the Star Spangled Banner around him, as was,
air, John Moore's • martial cloak, than that by
any word of hie the flag of our country should
give place to another.
But so it is, and perhapsit does not become
those of the softer sex to discuss the propriety
of the act—but President Lincoln has declared
his determination, if possible, again to take Fort
Sumter,,and place that flag just where it was,
and for this purpose he "appeals to all loyal
citizens to favor, facilitate and aid this effort to
maintain the honor, the integrity and the ex
istence of our National Union, and the pros
perity of the popular government, and to
redress the wrongs already long enough en
dured !" Now, women of Pennsylvania, it is
the bounden duty of each and every one of you
to rise up and lend a helping hand to do this !
Let every wife, and mother, and sister, and
lover say to the one nearest and dearest to her
"Go; if need be, answer to the call of your
country 1" Let there be no fainting nor dis
solving into tears at the bare thought of. my
husband, brother or son's going to, war!. Shall
we say in excuse that an army7alwaji, Tarries'
deep vices in its train, and thus our sons may be
returned to us corrupted ?Bather Bather let those of
the better classes among us, train their sons to
virtuous bravery at home, and then give them to
our country, filled with love and loyalty to their
own fireaidesi and see if the same instincts and
impulses that would guard and protect and ele
vate the one, would not suggest the elevatioriand
improvement of -the representatives of every
home in this Union when they come to sit
together around the one - big "camp fire !"
"Oh 1" -there again one :will say, "what-hard
ships they mast endire--•-to think of our pre
cious boys who night after night at home have
only to step from balmjnrooms • to drowsy pil
lows—being obliged to dive in tents and
obey the beating' of the. drum and the
calling of the roll—why -the very thought
is agony." The fact is, we have brought up
our boys all too tenderly, we are willing, to be
sure, that they should learn to swim; but we
bid them "don't go near the water!" So' they
may mount a horse; "but first, my son do learn
to ride !" and so, if brought up in battle
array, we would have them exclaim: "don't
fire this way, this field is fall of people ?".
Now, this should not, be. lig True, we should
bring up onr sons in "deeds of peace," weehould
teach them as I hinted before, to speak ' gently,
and tread softly and to be subdued, and loving
and cautious in the home circle'', and brave boys
will be so; but do not let us keep them tied to
our apron-string! God and our country has
something better and nobler for them to do.
Oar Government;:onr Federal Capitol is in dan
ger ! An enemy frop our very midst (that alas!
whilom was our friend and brother) has impu
dently and audaciously declared that; before the
first of May, the flag of the confederacy Would
float over the dome of the Capitol at Washing
ton ! Mothers, wives, and sisters, shall this be
No ! By the blood which has lean spilt for us;.
by the freedom which has been won for us; by
the Union which we live by, let us, in deep and
thundering tones, declare, No ! No
Our Governor has very properly taken meas
ures in these times of peril toplace us on a'war
footing, and the Legislature has come promptly
and nobly up to the help. They have gener
ously given us money, and there will be more.
men wanted, and for a longer stay than we now
dream of. Then,' under these circumstances; if`
there if one of the sterner sex about us whom
VAL 13. HUMMEL
can influence, (and Re, ail-have our sphere in,
that way,) lei ns not mawkishtiona- -
bility or silly pride, about having "my son. or.
brother a common soldier," drive the love of
country from his bosom_ and bid him stay.—
They can't all be officers,
and - the "honorable
private" is the'one after all to whOin we`look
for the salvatiorrofpurconutry SoAhen, while
we stay meekly at • home, (at least till we are
wanted, with linti and bondinti,)- h aiid.'teust in
the God of battles, let us help our boys to
buckle on their armOrk,..and :bid/tliein4.3 and
show how fields are won; and , when, in months
to come, it shall be settled' tliat <am liag=the
flag of our "Union and Constitution"—with its ,
twenty-four stars," (seven are now in paten
thesis, but we trust will read loud enough in
future history,) is the Only -It:along banner
which dare be unfurled to the breeze in all these'
United States. Then; and 'then only; will we
bid them ground-their arms'and come loiringly
to ours !
o' o a a
Here 113 another beautifel offering and.womanly
suggestion, which we received an'. hour after
the above had been hanAed to us. It deserves
a place in our columns, as Much liecanse of the.
high reputation and abilities of the wrltor, as
for its practical and patriotio-advioe•:. •
Woman's DlAL—What, can our. women . do,
to favor our loyal devotion` `MA the ilditOus .
Union whose daughters we.are I" • While our
brothers are so nobly periling their lives in its
defence, - shall we stand" -by, content - 46 give
them theVittance of our smiles 'eland 'as thri`
tokens of our approval and sympathy ' ? or sit
with folded hands, brooding over the deso
lation which ever follows in the track cif 'war ?
When we think of, our brave . volunteero,vh4e,
hearts, burning With love' for ' their country,
yet sicken with thought of the homes their ab
sence will darken, and the , dear ones deprived
of their watchful care, shall we, as usual, meet
to chat over spring fashions and summer styles,
and in memory, of ei4 :otlierte wardrobes,
squander dollars as idly-as . we scatter rose
leaves? Will we not rather cast away . such
contemptible vanillas; and_ Consecrate 'the
money hitherto expended in a _ home fend for
the use of - those families? Harier rivalry be;,
who can save the wori. : .in Ora' to give:the . i ll° Bl
our patrioism.told in deeds riot words, and our
highest - pride - that the "stars and fitripetr•
covers the altar of our,, sacrifices, anti; thp:
daughters,,ris,well as the mei; hai4kit degen
erated the spirit of Srags rsr
Prunogthank ;Daily, Zelegraph, lUtbutobav - Afternoon, 'April 17, 1661.
We add still another to the evidences of wo
man's patriotism and devotion to thellnion, in
a poetical effusion, as follows : .
THE WAR OF 1861.
Fort Sumter's taken ! This is the sound
That now from lip to lip goes round,
From day to day,
As ttroagh the streets I take my way.
At every corner stands a little knot
In discussion, with words high and hot,
And thus they say :
-Liberty can and it Mali win the day.
Seven rebel State have gone from 'neath our
And they'll with sorrow fiod'it wilt not pay,
And very'soon •
"Let us come back," will be their tune.
Even "Texas, the false," who years ago
We saved from the hands of Mexico—
Itwas when she
Wanted from them, with us to be free.
But;let them go, they'll soon repent
The day.they from the Union went,
And their folly see •
When in their face stares poverty.
They shall find though they have Sumter now,
They will and shall 'fore long before us bow,
For still comes the cry,
"To the rescue ;" for the Union fight and die
Miss Jane (a very young lady) of course makes
a merit more of her patriotism thin her ; poetry,
which of she will improve as she grows older.
TEM STABS AND &RIP= float gaily from a hun
dred different points in the city—from domes,
and steeples and house tops, the glorious em:
blem of our greatness and power, casts its rich
folds to the light of the morning, to float in
majesty and beauty throughout the day, and
with Heaven's blessing to be continued
throughout all time. The very- fact that the
people are'thus eager to evince their patriotism
by displaying the national emblem, is a happy
indication. We hail it as the evidence of our
union, for the preservation of the Union, and
offer it as a pledge to the people of Pennsylva
nia, to stand by the Federal Government as
long as the Federal Government stands by its
own powers and prerogatives.
Along Market. street, from the river to the
railroad:depot, the eye is pleased with a repetition
of banners that are glorious to belold..Coverly,
of the Jones House, has a'flag flung from every
window (more than a hundred) in his house, •
while from the top are two large flags floating;
and immediately over the main door is another.
-From the towering dome of the European Hotel,
,the. Stars and Stripes can be seen, for miles from
the ally ; from Herr's Hotel, the White Hall, the
United Slates, and others that we cannot now
call by name, the Star-Spangled Banner has been
unfurled, to the credit of the proprietors and
the satisfaction of the , people.
Many private residences also display the flag,
while the same display is made from the stores
and officers iu various parts of the city. How
wonderful is the influence of our liberty? Who
will doubt its power to vindicate its own pu
rity ? . •
To those who have.so gallantly displayed the
flag of their country, we offer our tribue of
AN OLD SONG FOR A NEW - OCCASION.
Oh ! say can you see by the 'dawn's early light
What so proudly we haird at the twilight's
last gleaming ?
Whose_broad atripe,s and bright stars thro' the
• perilous fight,
O'er the ramparts we watch'd were so gal
lantly streaming ;
And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting
Gave proof through the night that our flag
was still there !
Oh say does the star spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free ttud the home„of
' the brave?
On the,shoie,dbuly seen thro' the mists of the
Where the foe's. haughty host in dread
What is that which the breeie, o'er the tower
, • tower
.A.Sit fitfully blows, half coneeals r half die
Now it catches the gleam of the , morning's first
beam ln' full: dory`reflected new shines on. the
stream ; . • •
'Tit; the star spangled banner ! oh long may it
O'er the land of the free, and the home of
the brit , ve - • - .
- • -
And *herti is that band who, so vauntingly
swore, v .
Idid , the havoc of war and the battle's con
A home and a country should greet Us no.more?
Their blood shall wash out their foul foot
No refuge: an sate the hireling and slave,
From the terrer,of flight; or the gloom of
the 'grave, . •
And the star-spangledbanner ! in triumph shall
wave, • ' • :_ . _
O'el• the land of the free, and the home of the.
Ohl 1 44 belt ever, when free Men shall stati , ii
Between their lov'd homes, • and the war s
desolation. - -
Blest with tat'ry.and peace, 'mei the beaT r il
• l'raise the power that -bath made and pre
served us a - nation : V• -
Then 'conquer we must, for our cause it is
Let this be our Motto— In Gal be our trust,
And the star-spangled banner ! in triumph shall
O'er the land of the free, and the home of the
MIiXTANT APPOINTMENTS —General .Wm. H
Heim, of the Second Division Pennsylvania Vol
unteeis, bas appointed the following staff:
Wm. A. Sands, of. Reading.
Thomas J. Jordon, of Harrisburg.
'Bartram A. Shaeffer of Lancaster.
D. Aped, of Norrist4n.
ATTE:4IION, &tom VERNOM—A stated , meet
.r of the Nount Vernon - Hook and Ladder
Croinpanir; will be' held la the Hall, this (Wed
needay) evening, at 8 o'clopk: By order:.
NEW A- 13 1 4 V0E NEW
ceived &large assortment of New . Spr44 Of*
We name:in part : ; 10 pieces of beautify!
ies, 14 worth 14; pieces travelinto#
goods, 8 worth 12i ;, 50 pieces:.bleached ,and
unbleached =slicks, at 10 w0rth,..114 ; 50.Pleim
of bleached muslin, at 12i worth . ls. Alsb a
very, large assortment of Camimeres and other
summer,*ff ;for men arid hoys '4lso
Stella Shawls, very 'Cheap. - Broche bordering,
37 and 50 cents. ,AIIOY a, large stock of
- Catuhrliii and iptt 1614qaP! - PPW I43.
Oaderamine at Sz Botta‘o.OidAtand,
' Cor. Mstiet'and Flocond streets. t
Mr. Enrrou :—lf there is any one thing more
than another demanding the attention of the
people of Pennsylvania at this time, it is the
duty of selectinglegislators who are capable and
honest. Our country is now suffering from
the evils brought upon her by corrupt and in
competent law makers and Executives. And
now we, as Pennsylvanians, should take warn
ing from the management of our National Go
vernment during the past few years and see to
it that those whom we elect are men whose
moral character and political integrity are beyond
doubt, and whose judgment is such as will ena
ble them to discriminate between that which is
for the public good and that which is impolitic
and disastrous. And when we find such persons
in any public position, it is our duty, as lovers
of our country and her institutions, to speak
out in their behalf and let *ern see that faith
fulness, honesty and ability are duly appreciated.
I have spent some time in this city during the
session of the Legislature that is now coming
to a close, and have formed quite a Dumber of
acquainthiceif among the memberti of the House,
as well as the Senate, and I have watched the
legislation pretty closely and noticed the course
pursued and the votes gtien by the different
members, and I must say, that there are many
able, eloquent and moral gentlemen In both
Houses. Without drawing invidious.or casting
imputations upon any, you will allow me to re
fer particularly to one member in the House
who has attracted my attention, both as a man
and a legislator, I refer to Mr. ALExANDEE, the
Member from Indiana county. He is always at
his post—diligently attending to his duties—al
ways voting for those measures which enlight
ened judgment sanctions, and then to crown
all' ' evidencing by his "daily walk and conver
sation," that he is governed by moral princi
ple. He is not a public speaker—does not can
sume time by retaking long harangues nor many
pop-gun . epeeches—yet he is one of the most
efficient, influential and, working members Of
the House. Indiana county usually sends re
spectable members to the Legislature' t and yet,
I think, she was never represented by" a more
honest, clear•headed and - reliable MED than Mr.
Tirooa's Ham Raeromarva.— . --Among all
preparations for the hair that have been introduced as
infallible, none has ever given the sattsfacticin or gained
the popularity that Prof. Wood's Haliftestorativenow
has. Ella Restorative has passed the ordeal of innumer
able fashionable toilets, and the ladies', wherever they
have tested it s pronounce it a peerlesa article. They
find, wherever they have tested it, pronounce ti a peer
less article. They find, where the hair is thinned, that
It creates a fresh growth--that it fully restores the ve-•
genitive power of the roots on the denuded places, and
causes the fibres to shoot forth anew—that tt dissolves
and removes dandruff, prevents grayness, restores the
hair to its original color when graynesa has actnallran
pervened, gives a rich lustre, imparts the softness and
flexibility of silk to the hair, and keeps it always Wri!.
ant„ healthy end in full vigor.— ,, N. Y. Tribune."
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it is peculiarly suited.. It will in a shoretime, bring on
the monthly period with regularity... . • - -
Each bottle; priee Bee Dollar,„beark• the Government
Stamp of Groat Britain, to pro Vent Otinuteitintit.
,These pats s hould not he taken i lepoisies diving the
rmar THBERAfg.NORSq'f PregrattCY, (Ohre are lurk
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though a : powerful remedy,.do not.contain Iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing imetatto the acwilton.
Full direetheukin thopeniphlot around 'each.package,.
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N. 8.--al.oo and 6 postage atampeetielosaito any au
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by return mall ' • • .
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theproprwtor assumno.reerponsibility after this'aduib
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Fall and corollate' 'directions acoompany each boa. Prigs
$1 00 per boa. ]?old Wholesale and'retall'hy ,
MAID2OB A.-BANNITART, Druggist,
"Ladies,^ by sending him 01 00 to the Harrisbuit
Poet Office, can baTe the Mlle sent free of ebtervation to'
any part of the country(confidentially) and2“free of peg.
tags" by mail. also by S: S.mromm,...Reading,
JOHNSON HOLLOWAY & COWDlCf,'Thilailelplna, J. L. Lies.
mamma, Lebanon, - Damn 11.thansu, Lancaster, - J. A.
Won', Wrightsvi Ile ; IL T. ' Mllll2a, York; and by. one
druggist in every city and village in the Union, slid
S. D. Hoivic,inle proprietor, New York.
out for counterfeits. BrY Golden Pills
of any kind. unless every boa is signed 'S. D. Howe. all
others are a base imposition and one ere; therefore, as
you Value your lives and health, (to say nothing - of be,
tag humbugged out of your tioney;) buy only of those
who show the signature of D. D..llowe on every box,
whick hag recently, been added .oe., account ,ef theßilk3
baing omuknytelted "' 1 ; ' dert7dWagrily:
MAN = OQD.
HOW LOST , : RESTORED
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATITRE,
TREATMENT AND RADICAL CURS OF SPRRMAYOR
BREA or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervous.
ness, Involuntary Rthjealous and Impotency, resulting
from Seit.abuse, &a. By Robt. d. Calverwell, M. D.—
Bent under awl, la a plain envelope, to any address, pest
paid on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. CHAS. 3. C.
RIME, 127 Bowery, New York. POst, Office Box, No.
Spersinto's Peeneauni Giwt is designed for
repairing - furniture in all 'cases. , :whereccabinet, i naltifia ,
glue Is used. It is excellent Or niending.hOoks;refist:
ening the loosened leaves and noverikodickly and Irmlx.
It is put up in a.bottle ne-glass glae-pot; Wit 'S; fbilisly
01 . 1011 beuone indispensable, to itleboue ekeeper,
evenr-esiors - '
For the Daily Telegraph
D. W. GROSS & CO.,
D RUGGIS TS',
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE-
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would ; respectfully;call your attention to the
largeSt and besigieleoted.stoolf. in' this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
EtnrningiSidd and Alcohol,
Lard; Sperm and Pine Oils,
Boltla; irliEdo: and . Lo t inik . Globes,
Castile Soaps, Sponges and Corks,
arc, 44-r e.r d‘C.,. 4sl kt t 'So., dz., 4 1 r 40 .
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET'ARTICLES,
selected tram the beit!manufacturers and Per
fumers-otgurgfilie aniPthfe'country. -
Being vettliiige dealers in " •
COLORS, _PAINT AND
We respectfully invite a call, feeling - con
dent that we Lcan supply the wants of anon
trims to their satbgeetion. ; ;-
JUNE'S AND WHITE'S PORCELAIN TEETH.
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds,- direct from - the Proprietors.,_,
Saponifier. and Conoentrated Lye I
Wholesale Agents for gaponifier, which we
sell as low as it can be parclussed la the cities.
THAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL 011, - I CARBON OIL 1
Mug large Purokasers in.4hese Oils, we eau
offer inducements to eloed buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved pattel.:6, very
cheap. All kinds of ,lamps,:cheinged to burn
moose of you who liaVe not given our. HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS linow not
.their superiority, and the advantage they are in
Aieepinglforsei and Cattle healthy and In good
Thousands can testify to - tlie profit they - have
derived from the use - of our Cattle Powders by
the Increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving , the general health and an—
ance of their Cattle.
Sur long experienee' in the business gives us
thkadvantage of a tboicugh . ,kruCiiledge of the
We, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we can inttTNeMiikort• ti t . :Le - furnish
anything appertaining to our,buSiness on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal pa#onage bestowed
on our house, we hope by 'strict , attention to
business, a•carefollifileetion of_
0. 113. erase & go
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
Oils, Varnishes and Glues,
110:,p-Stuffm,Glass and Putty,
Artilit 'Caldra and Teo*
Pure Ground Spices,
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
*ENDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES, .
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
TEETH! TEErTH !
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,'
1 iiMIT..REI. - 1(1) . .R U.:GB ;..
at fair priceti, ina4.163 desire to please all, to
merits eontiorknance of the favor*: of_
riating RuVrPO v
NEW COAL - 'OITiCE.•
HE UNDERSIGNED having entered in
tolhee COAL:WADE in this city, wooldalklPeotiollY
solicit the patronage of the citizens. I will keep on band
Coal of all sizes„ . from the most celebrated and approved
mines, which will be delivered to any part of the city,
free': from dirt andvether :ireparities. Fvu 'firmer
GUAILUTLEED. VIAL on ELAM By ran BOAT. LOAD, CAA
L°AR OR ' SI N G/3 ,=". Persona Purchasing by the Moat ,
or Car Load wilt receive 2,240 pounds to the Ton_
Office No. 74 Market !greet, second door from Dewber
ry alley. Yard on the Canal, loot of North street. or
liers left at eithorplaise w tn-recetve iirerSpFS,trititiort:
Sta6-Iyd j. JOHN ir:.HALL, , agent.
Wti- , TT?tdrl - p„
theFOUR STORY ERICK HOME No. 93 *Nit
etreet: Possonaiee-Inou ha the Ist of April nail. For
articulars req eire of Lima 3. B. snioN.
r--;like-balf square Eto
PENNSYLVANIA R 7:
SUMMER TIME TAu t ••• •
j c ' u
'61,;),A 6 00
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY., APRIL 15th, 1861,
The passenger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany will depart front and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.15
a. tn. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 a. m.
FAST LINE leaven Harrisburg at 6.2011. m., and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.05 a. In.
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.16 -p. in.,
arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 p. m.
These trains make close connection at PhLadeipida with
the New York Lines.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, via Mount Jay,
leaves Harrisburg at 7.10 a. and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 12.30 p. m.
HARRMBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum '
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.10 p. na., and arrival M West
Philadelphia at 9 25 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, via Mount Joy,
leaves Harrisburg at 4.20 p. m., connecting at Diller
ville with HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.25 p. in.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.45 p. m., Harrisburg at 3.05 a. in., Altoona 8.06, ar
rives at Pittsburg at 12.40 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves' Philadelphia at. 7.30 a. m.,
Harrisburg 1.10 p. m., Altoona, 7.05 p. m., and arrives
at Pittsburg at 12.20 p. In.
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.40 a. m., Harris
burg 4.05 p. m., Altoona 8.40 p. m , and arrives at Pitts
burg at 1.00 a. in.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.35 p. m., Lancaster 6.05 p. m, Col
umbia 6.40 p. and arrives at Harrisburg 8.05 p. an.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 4.00;
p. Lancaster 7.44 p. m.,Mount Joy 8.28 p. m., Eliza
bethtown, 8.48 P. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at
9.45 p. In.
Attention is called to the fact, that passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m., connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, and arrive at
Harrisburg at 9.45, p. m
JOHN WALLOWER, JR, Agt,
GOODS . AND MERCHANDISE promptly
lb/warded by Philadelphiaand Reading, Northern
Corral, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Ballroads,
HAULING AND DRAPING to and from fall parts of the
city to the different Railrocd, depots will be done at the
very lowest rates.
FAMILIES removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders left at Brant's European Hotel, or at the store
of E. S. Zoilingee, will receive prempt attention. Can
eignmente of freight respectfully solicited.
JOHN WALLOWER JR., Agt.,
apt Office Reading Depot.
COTTON TOP MATRESSES,
FRENCH CARPET HASSA.CES,
On hand and fot sale wholesale and retail at the very
lowest rates for cash .
HAIR MATRASSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
MADE TO ORDER.
Repaired and made -equal to new very reasonable, all at
lio.loo Market street between Fourth and Fifth. by
mar J. T. &OMITS.
Glorious Star Spangled Banner 1
• A TsTOTHER SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER,
„a& BORDERS, &a., SPLENDID WINDOW BLINDS to
which we call the attention of our friends, and - cordially
invite them to examine our'goods and prices. -
We are determined to sell cheap. Mind the place.
t Near the Harrisburg Bridge.
ROYAL *QUARTO DICTIONARY I
?TIRE best defining and pronouncing Dic-
J tionary of the English language ; Alan,, Worceeter'e
Sonoot:Die,tionaries: Webster's' Pictorial' Quarto and
School Dictionaries for sale at
.SCHEFFEIVS BOOKSTORE, •
apl3-tf Near the Harrisburgßridge.
ARRIVED THIS MORNING.
L :Ai:superb lot of new style Foulard Chintzes.
. New style-English; Mourning Singhams.. •
d(r.: do Colored. Gfughapaa. ,
littilidiiirencit Chintzes, extra quality.
do French Challis.
-Pare CameP.4 Hair Lustre, (desirable goods )
Extra quality SilkWarpLavellan.
Neapolitan Silks, (new article.)
English Step Mourning Silks.
A LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER GOODS.
This kit of goods just received, have been purohased
very tow and will he disposed of accordingly. Call at.
Next-doer to the Harrisburg Bank.
verprarOlot just received and for sale by
spa_ • WM. DOCK JR di 00.
frgEtnbaort er begs leave to inform his
1, Mends and the public that he has taken the YARN-
Etvs MOTEL, in Market street opposite the Pootonee,
tornieriy J. Stahl's, where he Is prepared to accommo
date them on reasonable terms. Ilayiug rellttel and
furnished the Hohse entirely now, he hopes, by strict at
ontion to business, to receive a liberal share of Dwell
age.. • 13:e. Pfiarsits.
• TELE gmomETEitkoinat*titii mkiztio, iviv3 Metal.
THEHHOMETERW . do do Bronzed do
TtIEBMONBTERB, Distillera Tin Case, 12 inch.
TEBBMOMITERS, do Brass -Bound liouble Scan.
THERMOMETERS, Union Case, 10.12 inch. '
THERMOMETRES, Bataan Frame, 8-10 Inch.
THERM.OIIEMBiItIack Walnut Case, 10 Wen.
THERMOBItTE2B, Tin Case, 1.8-10 !nob.
We have jest received a fine lot of THERMOMETERS
of various styles, and are selling them low.
. KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
,• - ' • 91 Market street.
CITY 'BONDS FOR SALE.
.NE OR TWO CITY 'BONDS of $l5OO
giicA. beg iingif per cent. inter_t„ being a safe and
good; investalSeet4 Apply ao •,
T HE SUBSCRIBER has - removed his
2, = PLUMBING r i.RD DRAI4 FOUNDRY frotn : Marirel
street to Fourth street above Market, opposite the Bettie
church. Thankfid for p.ist patronage, he hopes, by strict
113 , 00900. 3 0 ,inn0e, to merit a continuance of M.
". mar2(tclattlOi4 .. WM. PARRIED - .
TUX 'MOS tUIAIE ReLROAD & COAL CO
2 . . .;.
NOW. or,-4prite3,l.B6t. 1
TOtryi.iiiiiiiiii Meeting of a inn Stocklioldiers
t and,n ,--; a
. r r "aside at, : even Nonagon . ,
and la. Ottii. t . i • , ;it:Treastirer of the Lyk.ens' Valley
Rail roattl,.,:i .-11, t , mpany will be held ia , Philadellptila
at Le o iirr,. ~.- ",ARJ) GRAIL, N 0.2 South Ttb. strreti
..i. m on*A,ty, , ilk - day, of May nert,.at 10 o'clock A. M.
Tb pollswill open at 10 o'clock and close at 2 °tole&
ap 0,-tawto - ' Secretary".
OFTIQB OP ; 788 VIKENS' VALLEY COAT. CO., t
, '.• "" . - ' New York, April 8, 1881.
'E..kanual,lieettng of the Stockholders
ani.an-election-for semi laredera or. thoLyat kethnse
Val/•,07 Coal companyyja he lied kik Pailadelphie
fik kt 01 ~ E DWARD. G RAZ, 40. 2 South Tin etre , * 0 3
Mk' idsietheetkdak if May nest, at illo'clistr;;A.,ll. '.
'l , he iallls,Tto, open at 10 o'clock And closest 2 . 6 4 c10ck.,
P. I 111. - ~ - . l'ild. 11A9k11,
IC St•Sti%Wie Secretary.
'earn Power Presses, we are
d BOOK PRINTING of every
ea be doze at any other es
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. East. Div. Renna. Railroad
SIGN OF THE
W. EC. VEYIBEKE