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THil LAW OF IlltiftiPAPlSS.
It ellbSeribell order the diecontinuance of their WM
impel* the out:dither may continue to send theta until
all arrearages are paid
II subscribers neglect or refuse la take teir neerapa.
m • from the office to which they are directed,
rethnosible until they have settled the bills and ordei ed
hem discontinued. they are
I) J WIN SUN
discovered the most certain, speed'
and effectual remedy to the worm tor .
DisFASES OF IMPRUDENOR.
nun . rE sts TO TWELVE NOIIIO.
co Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
W , O DATS." ON NO OWENS, IN IRON ONE I.
01 ino Back or Limbs, Salida/es, Pains de,
yew, alieetiona of the Kidneys and Bladder, Urgent.,
ealleN, LOTION Debility, Decay of the rtlyston yew
Dypo on, tanner, LowSpirits,Coufirsion oi 51E4E,
%Lon of she Beam Timidity. ramblings, Etmoom
theigig Gialle£lB, DISCIIEIe. ot Stomach, A iruoor
Head, Nese or' Sktn—those Pao
terrible sq WNW
—ibis frow the indiscretion or SolibtrY Habits et
outn—ibir, Jeemirni and destructlve_praMises • which
dare c onailiiliooNt debility, render marriage impel..
le, and dealroy both body and mind:
ouhy wen especially Into have become the victims of
wallyie, Mat dreadful and destructive habit which
sweeps to on untimely •iirave :thousands 0 ,
or moo of the moat exalted boot and brilliant Wel-.
who mis id otherwise have entranced listening
lee with the thunders of elm:Meuse, or Waked to ec•
the hying lyre, may call with full 'confidence.
MARRIAGE. • • . •
red persons, or those contemplating marrlngei be ,
are of physical weaknessoihould ingusind.iamly
r, j., and be restored to peifeof health.
immediately cured aid 11111 ilfyer restored.
Ho alio places himself under the earn of may
ellsiously collide in his toner as a gentleman; and con.
fdently rely upon ills skill an a physician..
,r No. 7 South norierick street: Baltimore,
de., en the left hand side going from' Baltimore street, T
kOre from the turner . Bo particular in obiorving the
aame or number, or you wlil.mistekeSimJlace, Be par.
culsr for Ignorant, Trifling Quacks, with false..Palkie.s,
Pastry Humbug Certificates. attracted *by the reputa•
1, on or Dr. Johnson, I urk near
All letters must contain a Postage Stamp, to uens on the
Dr, Johnson member of the Royal College 01 Surgeons,
ndon, smdtuitetrom one of tile meet eminent Collegee
tf the United States, and the greatest part.ot whose life
been spent In the Hospitals of London, Paris,: pbwk•
dolphin and elsewhere, has effected some of tho muster.
toniabing cures that were ever known. Many trormied
sth ringhig.th the BUS Mad tioad.when asleep, great ner•
vousnfas,lhelng alarmed at sudden gonads, baehfulnest,
h frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derange
meat of mind were cured immediately,
USN PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. creases All these who having Injured them
elves by sr vete and Improper ludulganeles, that secret
solitary shit which ruins both body and mind, nn
:Sting them for.eitherhusineseor society..
MN, are 901110 of the aad and mManehoiy oth pto pro ,
need by earlY 'habits of .youth,Vli: Weakneen of the
ck amid Limbs, Pains in the Mead; Dimness of Sight,
s of Muscular Power, Palpitation of Gip lifearti
, epala, NO.TVOUNlrritabillty, Derangemettt of f the fligestfire
unctions, General Debility, Symptoms of '.fensump.
, on, fru
denim, the fearful elfecteian the mlndartrattlehtko
dreaded :..Loos of Sion:wry, Donftutlept of. 'Mesa, De-
Tessin of Spirits. Evil Forebodings, Aversion bokiixrle.
, Self distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ste., ere eomr
f the evil effects.
Tboaserolp of pereOns 01 all ages, can lodge; what
the pause of their decline in health, losing theli vigor,
, icing weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have •
pier appeanwee about the eyes, cough, and eymp
me Or COnaliciption
ho have injured themselves by a e,rtaln practice, to
.olyed In when nioue—a habit irequently learned from
rll,mmp Or at schOol, the effects of which are
lahtly relt,nven when asleep, and tf not cured, renders
&Triage Impoasible, and destroys both mind and body.
heuld apply immediately.
What a - pity that a young man, the hopes of rune
try, th e darling 01 his parents, should be snatched from
all prospects_ and onitiymonts of life by the consequent=
of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in .
certain secret habit. is .11 persona must, before costar
Met that a sound mend and body are the meat netverary
requisites, to promote mumble] happiness, Mooed
without three, the journey through life becomes a weary
ligrimagr; the prospect hourly darkens to the 'view; the
Ind becomes shadowed. with despair, and Oiled with th
slancholy reflection that the heppinees of another be•
mica blighted with our own
JOHNSON'S INYIOORATING REMEDY FOR OR:
ly this great fund important remedy, Weakness of the
am are speedily cured, and fell vigor restored,
uousands of the most nervous and debilitated wig
lost all hope, have been Immediately relieved. All
eflinaents to Marriage Physical or Mental Diggp i die,
on, s erum, Trembling, Weakness or Rshenstion GT
most fearful kind, speedily cured.
many thousands eared at this Instlntiou within the.
timbre years, and the numerous important .Berglen
dime performed by Br. J., alienated' by the re
of the papers, and many other persons, nooses
'we appeared gain and again before the public,
', standing as a tentlensan of Assuan. and vs.
„ 16 amentiont guarantee to the afflicted.
aiNS 07 I . II PRIIDEBOB.—Wheri the. misguided
.mprodent wmnry nt Veneers ands he has imbibed
seeds of this painful disown, It tee often happeee that,
-timed sense of shame or dread Of tifiCOVerey 'dating
tom applying to Muse who, from education and re.
ability aso &ono befriend him, delaying till the eon
atonal symptoms of this horrid dittoes° make their
maranee, affecting inn head, throat, age, akin, am.,
trussing on with nightie' stupidity, till death puts *
d to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to "that
front whence en traveler returns." It Is fa met '
udy feet that thousands fall victims to this terrible
sum, owing to the uipiklltuineee of Ignorant pretend.
who, by the use of Mat deadly poison. mereleflr,
constitution and make the residue of life miserable fo .
Smeresta.—The iloeter , s Diplomas haw In his
eirLetters must contain a Stamp to ea on the reply,
GPRemediee sent by Mall.
Arlen. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
DAILY all LINE!
lig HAVEN, JIMMY .811011, WILLUILIPONT MONO;
UNIONTOWN, WareeNTOWN, MILTON_, LNIVIAUIN,
NORTWONItiItraWe, Mimi; TRIIVONTON,
Ita Philadelphia Dept being centrally Mottled the
%yap will be at the lewest rates. A Cendactor goes
rough with eaoh train to attend to the sale delivery of
Pods entrusted to theale. GOO.lB delivared at the
'RIM, WARD & FREED, No. 811 Market Meet , Philo
deIDUI, by o'clock P. M., will be ered In
Harrisburg the nest morns
Freight (always) as low as by any other
Particular attention. paid by this hue to precept and
Ilaedy delivery of all Harrlsbur ,
The l uideriggried thankful for past patron • ga hopes by
Kea atteutien to business to merit a cOn, ace of the
slit its, ,
Philadelphia and Indio; • opa.
Feet of Market Strne . Htrrivburo.
%CHEFFE I RS 8110 K STORE,
~., (NIA s nrotatsstato gams®.)kJ XI
1 0 .7, I N ENVELOPES.
Nal PAPER, of six different designs,
by t,,NtWI in two colors, sold by the thousand and
4, 0, 2 . !kt City Cash prices.
Ad RadZO,ninn Breast Pins, Castes, Union Rings
mn kt nary law prices. Call at •
RCHAPTBR , B BOOKSTOTtit.
NE TOILET t•O APS, POMADES. HAIR
A L, Of POWO ills, C
idOLO CTS GNES and Knit_ of
ND yt v,; , nlita, prices m manufsoturos ot KELM 5
‘l4lL ik ;l4 , ARV ,
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a. I 0.„„t
Cinti-ot itavii SP, araluiportatioi.
•INNSYLANIA RAIL ROAD
WINTER TIME TABLB.
FIVE TRAINS 'DAILY TO AND
Olt . AND APT=
',MONDAY NOVEMBER 26th, 1861.
the Paiponger Trans or the Fennaylvosia Uproot
00Piry departtionc.and arrive ft Harrloborg ant
kitla elplto as follows :,
E A'l* T - 11' A R D
~. . . . , .
TEIROUGHEXPREa TRitlN'leavaa Harrisburg : daily.
sit 8.20 a. m. t and arrives at West Philadelphia at T. 40
FAX LINE leaves Hexrisburg every' morning' (inept
Monday) at 9A5 a. m., and arrives West. Prdladelphia
at 1.00 14 m.
MAIWZRAIN leave& klatrisktug daily (exaeptSunday)
at 1.15 p. m., and arrives at ?Went , Phliadeiphta at 6.20
ACCOILOATIOr. TRAIN, via Kowa Joy, !eaves
Harrisburg ' at' T4O in., and arrives at *est Phila.
detail* at 1.2.10.ri,
'IIARRESHUR6' ACOOMMODiTION 00111111-
bta, leaven liertisbarg , aU4.oo D. nt...and arrival ia Won
Philadelphia st. 9 2Q..p,
. . .
W T•W Rll/".
TEIWEIGHTIMPREBN TRAIN Loses Ptilladeltib!A at
10.80 p. M. Hitrriaburg-at 8.061 a. ni., Altoona 11:4% a.
lind.tu4ives si PRAsburg ab 1.25 P. at.
MAIL TRAlNieaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m, ,And
rivet at Harrlsburgati.2o p. m.;leavesatrriaburg at 7.45
a. m., Altoona, 2.45 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 1.1.30 a. m., Warts
burg 4.05. p. nt., Altoona' at 9.10 p. M., and arriving at
Pittsburg at 1.40 a. M. •
gADRISSURG ACCOMMODATION THAlN.leaves- Phil.
dolphin at 2.30 p. m.;; And arrlven. at Harrhiburg at 8.06.
,MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION• via Haunt. Joy, leaves
Lancaster at 11.84 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 1.30
sedum 0..i0u No, • •
Bupt. gut,. DM.. Penua. Railroad.
HarOsburg, Novetnber 23, mon
WINTER TIME ARRANGEMENT.
NiIAIR LINB ROUTE.
THUS TRAINS DAILY ; , NEW . TORE,
wrmour ORiEGE OF :OARS. :
ON AND AFTER 'MONDAY,' N'OVElf-
Bilits4,ll6l;the Auhedger - Trethe trilr leki.th the
Philadelphia eau heedintßatlreed Oeilotoi 3 / 4 .Etarrhlbiwg;
te* New York and Pldtodolptdi;
EAEroriu!;:lx . .;
EX RsBB LlNkleaves Etarrisbnrg.at 8.80 a, wt., oder,
rival of ,Peonsyliabla Railroad Express Train boot the
West, arriving In NewYorlt at 11.5 a: in., and at PM*
delphia at 9.00 a. m. A sleeping car Is attached to the
train through from Pittsburg without change.-
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg atB.3ls a. pl.. arrivin g
I n H ew yerk et 62tip. ; m:, and :Philadelphia at 1.05 p, m.
FAST :LINN leaves Harrisburg it 1.40 p tn., on arrival'
of Pemnrelvaula Railroad. Matt arriving In New
York at 9.50 p. m, am1 : Ph04444164 at .6.40 p.
FAST I.ollleives New York td 6a. in.; and Phibidel-
Vila at ft a. M i . arriving at Harrisburg at 1 e. m. •
NAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and MG:
adelphis at 8. 15 p. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.10
ILXPRICSS LINN leavettNew York' at .8 O. In. atli
vlng at Harrisburgat B .lo a. m.; and connecting-w ith the
Pennsylvania. Express Train for Pittsbnrg. A sleeping
car is also attached to this train.
ConneCtions are made at Harrisburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wllkasbarre, Allentown, Enaitill, , ho. •
Baggage checked through. Faro between New Ybrk
and Harrisburg, 53 00 ; between Harrisburg and Phila
delphia, $3 25 in No. 1 ears, and *2 10 in-No: 2.,
For tickets or other infermation.apply to
J. J. GLYDR, '
not General:Agent, Harrisburg.
a. R. INGERSOLL'S '
It dresses the hair without soiling the fingers.
It effects a saving of owe -halt in the use of halt prelim ,
It does away with greasy bangs.
It is handsomer ankle than the comma haintrnak.
It rev:dates the quantity of Raid %nod, to a din P..
It is perfectly mum, and cannot spill over in thaetrunk'
or °ago tctlm r , , •
• Itoinralesanoogh of any preparation% last i.e.& wO7-
age or. silting lourneY• •
n g primi In moderate, and it mimes Its own orit s in three
For agasa/Laikeiiiihniyank Pinky Moroi intAinkain•
elanitajonmea ofOrolittli•alenatoovat two •T. •
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN N.ONE."
I HARRISBURG, PA.. SATURDAY A.FTERNOON, DECEMBER 28, 1861.
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
Min CRO FLUID EXDRACT_BUOIIiI,
•A• PoeßiTa And. Sped* Remedy • I
For Dliectra of the BLADDER, REGNRYB, GRAVEL,
and DROPSIOAL SWEILINGS.-•
Tbls Medicineinereates..the power 'of—filgestioili end.
excites the ABBORBRNTAinloZbealesy satin. by *Rich
Ute:WAVeRY•ORUALOARROUS depositioes, and all UN
NATURAL ENIABOI*BIftiF ere reduced, m well as
PAIN AND INFLAKATION and is good for
- For WealMessea
ArielOg from EXCIISISBI3, Habits; or Dkalpailoin, Harty la
clisdretion or abase.
AFFINDFD WITH THE FOLLOWING STIIIPTONH
Indisposition to"Exerilon; Loss of Power,
LOB/ of Memory, . Dlflicnity of Breathing,
Weak Nerves: ; • Trembliag,'•
Horror of Disease,.. , Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vleilin . Palm's the BACK,
Universal Inasitude of tha Misoular Bystoni,
Hot Hands, . • • Flushing of tfle Body;
Dryness of the Skin, . . Eruptions on ti.e Face,
• PALI II) t)OUN roams,
These 'symptoms, if allowed to go on, which thls.med
loins Invariselfremoves,- soon ibllows
IMPOTENCY, inaqUITY..E.PILEPTIO . Frrs,
IN ONE OP WHICH THE PATIENT MAT eXPIRE.
Who can say , that they are not fragile tly followed by
' 'INSANITY' AND CONSUMPIION."
Many' are aware of the came of theirlinforinyt
_ BUT NONE WILL CONFESS.
MR RECORDS OF 'nu INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Melancholy 'Azar by Chruritption,
THAI CONSTIMION ONO , : AFFECTS° WITH
Hogelree the aid of zsediolne to Arengthen and
Invigorat the System
W7ticrA ITZISHOLD'S •IX TRACT BUCHU' iwooriabty does:
. LD OR YOUNG, &ROLE, MARRIED, OR 004TR1fPLA
. JI.NR4ILARRI/44 1 ,--, "",
the liztractophliti talugginilleilkirrahy it retnettiql .
43 tn. OhioftllatorißiiyidUenOrre inpft, raffikulne aa
Scirrheus state of the Uterue, Lencorhcea Whites, Stahl.
hp; Wad for all complaints Incident to the sex, whether
arising from Indiscretion, liabita of Disalpation, or in
Thu NO Kau Ett4sAit:,, idt
*Mr AZ *to miat
can rag vinsiAsaler ARD Daziagaove oferasza.
In all their Stages,
Little or no change In Diet
, And tui Exposure.
It oatuies a frequent dedre and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing abstinations. -
Preventing and CnrineStrictures of trio Ur 3thra,
allaying Pain and IndiammatiotiOcr frequent In the
olds of Mammas, and, expelling NU POisonan, DellatiON
and soGr#4/4:0044 0 ;4:. . . .
THOINILIEDI UPON THOI/WDO
1i H 0 HAVA , REM 21IE Plc r,hts ON QUACKS,
and who have paid lialVY:Pailo to be Curite : QA Idled
ttme f Lave B!und tier , :kire (teed:44odt • the POl-1,
has, py the UPI of . I , OWIaIVI. ANtELINGINDI ', been
dried up in the system, to breiv;oct in sc; parivated
Use ElautioLD'agasetrrametw for all &potions add
diseases of the
whether existlng.l4. , -
DIALS . Olf, FEN ALLIE;.: •*. •
From whatever cause Orientate* mod do matter of
' MOW LONG S rANDING. • ..
Mimes of those Organs require the alt: of-DIURETIC.
HELMBOLD'S E%YR.CC BUCHU.
THB GRBkT BILTRITID;'
dad Is certain to have. the desired; eneatiu'ali , theessea
}FOR WHICH IT lI,RECOMMENOEQ. ,
Evidence of 144 'magi reiieble and, responsible eharaeler
will accompany the mellows: •
CEIITIFICA'raII OF CURES,
krostB to2o.yetwas skinflint,
WITH Naiad anoint
' Price sl' 00'per bottle, or six for $5 00.
Delivered to any addiesa;securely packed from °beer-
MORON SYMPriNSDI aLL awituNiceioNs.
Cures Guaranteed Advice Gratis!:
Personalty appeared before me, an Alderman or the
olt.yor Polladelptitai a T. Hananamo, mai,' being ' duly
sworn, doth say, bla preparations eontallino narcotic; no
tablemercury, or other Wallow; drags, boa are purely rage.
. • ' ' H. T. BRUCK:AD.
Sworn and eubserlbed. before me,tils- 23,1der of No
vember, DM.. WM. P. HlElBERD, , Aidantses,
Ninth. St. above .Race,;Philla" ,
Address lettere for Information in confldenoe to
Depot; 104 Soidh Tenth St.; bal. thiC4ll:6llc
• • siawAluk, blr botifirtigiumek .
.• • • • AND UNPRINCIPLED DR ACLERS,
Who endeavor to di4pose "or mom owrrn•and names"
Annams on rim lIBMITATION .1117.1.1141112.53 T
lielalbOld'B Genuine Praparation a,
a L.:tract IM. - hu,
" " " Sarsaparilla •
'llmproved Rose Wasii.
Sold by 0. K. Keller, D. W,„ Grass i , J. Wyeth,lo,p.
• AND ALL DRUIIJIST3
ASK-FOR HIEGMBOLIFS. ' T AKEO 'OTHER.
Out oat theadverUrement and send '
. AND, AVOID IRPOSITLONLAND.KIPOSURE. •
B. NE • GILDEA ' D S.
$ • •
OPPOSITE THE BRADY 'HOUSE: -
All openviona, Surgical and Ikteolianical,
seleatifloally performed. Charles moderate: *8
GILT MUM I , GILT PRAMS I
CARVER AND GILDER,
Looking Glass and riotwo Frames,
Gilt: and Rosewood Mouldings &c.
48 omr.sxur =Ku, NEAR SECOND.
French Mirrors, Square and Oval Portrait
Frames of-every descriptwo.
OLD FRAMES' RE•OILT TO NEW.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTORY I
M. 69, Market Sweet, below Third,
' • 116281581 M, PA.
ATANUFACTURER OF • UMBRELLAS
jffit: PAWLS and . WALKING O&M, will inning
goods at LOWER-PitiOlkillian mut be bought in any of
the Eastern aim.. Country mPrchants will do well to
call and examine, prices and quality, and convince them
se Ives of this fut. ap23:,dly
SOHEFF.I±III , 'S BOOK STOKE I
(New jig Ranilburg Bridge.) •
.11f8T, IttCor:El) • from the
• Mille a lotot flue CONKIIIIZIAL NOM
2 - •
Per Flu 4o Fe !Maid at 11.1.21 t per roam,
IX 'per retie tor MOE trArgic decorated 'with
the latest) aid-very handsome lultbleror &ad ' Patriotic
- . . aI V II.IO
*MOD alba,* latikai, Fio lidera
HELMBOUY.3 4iXTiUCT BUCHIY,
A TRIAL WILL OUNTRIR
REOLISB:OR oRANOB•OF LIFE.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
PERHAPS ASTER .MARRIAGX
" Now doth the burying
Tardier to rise, and earlier - to rest, '
More gorgeously gild with gold the gleaming
Whene'er his rade is run:
The. many colored leaves = ,
Are sweeping o'er the heath with rustling
And. swallows' empty and deserted nests are
The frequent. blast
Groins in the night, and moans in lashing seas;
tends the dead limbs, and leaves the rifled trees
Skeletons of the past.
The winds that moan,
The leaves that wither, aud the limbs that fall,
The flight of birds, but dying years recall,
With many a groan.
These life doth typify ; ,
Misfortune is the Mist,' and treasured ' joy the
And friends the birds that fly the winter eaves,
Whence comes adversity..
Gov, Curtin in New York.
The following is a correct copy of the able
and impressive address of • Gov. Curtin, at the
ainner of the New England Society, in New
'o,jir , ..'on Monday evening last. The speech as
it was published in the TELEGRAPH was taken
from a poor and meagre report of the proceed
ings of that dinner, and therefore in justice 'to
the Governor, we republish the speech
rgoisr—"The Union of all the Statew--it may
ecskt treasure ; it may cost blood ; but it will
standi and amply oompensate for both."
Mr. Everts' stated to the assemblage that this
was the language of John Adams, in ' a speed'
made in the Continental Congress, in the city of
Philadelphia, and that it was proper that a re
sponse to the toast'should come from the 'Key
stone 'State. We ate honored, he *intim:led, by
the presence this evening of Governor Curtin,
of PeuintYlvania, whom l'now present to you;
Governor Curtin then proceeded to speak as
At little El sponse ;
No luoonirecqe _oe;
Maii Pazinnzarr Aso Gzsrrrames.' Or TEE Nsw
lea Somirrir:l accepted the invitation to
be pr .*entr Chia evening, that might •enjOy the
privileges of meeting with loyal - men 'outside of'
the Siam of l'eunsylvania, - atutdraw inspinstkm
from the patriotic sentiments 1I expectettto hear
from the descendants of- the Puritans, and my
expectations have not been disappointed. [Loud
applatise I Thank God, I have never looked
into they leo° of a disloyal Pennsylvanian. since
the commencement of the rebellion. [lnt
inettad applause.) • Save the distinguished'pre
sident of this society;and some three'or four of
the members, I stand in the presence of an as-'
semblage of gentlemen with whom I had not
the pleasure of personal acquaintance, and I
certainly could not have separated myself from
my duties in this exigency but to mingle with
those who harmonise with the people of Penn
sylvania in their ardor, 'their zeal, and sympa
thy to suppress this most wicked and insane at
tempt to disturb the peace of our hitherto hap
py country. [Applause I
gentlemen, it is the duty of every man who
calls himself an. American citizen to devote
'himself to the suppression of the treason and
rebellion which now threaten the stability and
future progress of the greatest and most benefi
cent government ever conceived ,by the mind
of man ; not to the restoration.• of the Govern
ment—l admit of no such fallacy. Thegovem
meiit ezists, and the Constitution, with all its
ample' powers, is m full 'operation— [vociferous
applansej—but to suppress an insurrection
against Legitimate authority, we are now en
gaged in actual war.. The time for temporising
is past. -We have unsheathed the sword, and
the people of the loyal States demand that - it
and the halter—[applausej—shall perform their
duty with the rebellious and the wicked. This
attempt to disturb our Government is without
¶llel in history, and so the civilized world
must regard it.
For,seventy-three years we have enjoyed con
stant enlargement of national power and hidil
vidual happinesa, under a form of Government
which derives its principles of political and re
ligioni liberty from'the men the anniversary'f
whose hmding on'the shores of New England
yon have this night assembled to commemorate,
and the attempt to disturb it must be resisted
by force—force of arms. [Applause.] If the
time has come when our Constftution, the twat
priceless legacy given to us by the Apostles of
Liberty, must bo purified by the - shedding Of
blood, we must meet the crisis like men'; and,
having baptised it in the blood Of the wicked,
transmit it to posterity as it came from their
hands. [Applause.] In responding to the
toast, I cannot fail to recognize in it the immor
tal words of au immortal man ;- and you will
pardon me, as a Penntqlvanien, for referring to
the fact that the sentiments of politicaland re
ligious liberty brought by the Puritans of New
England, and carried thither by its represent&
tives and promulgated to the world in the
Declaration of Independence, and that John
Adams uttered the words in Independence Hall,
in the city of Philadelphia ; and it will not, I
hope, be considered invidious to refer to the fact
that, when the war of the Bavolutionhad closed
in success, the freedom of New England was
again carried to Pennsylvania, and represented
in the Convention where our. matchless Consti
tution was framed. [Applause, loud and long.]
The people of Pennsylvania are not given to
sudden or frequent spasms for changes of public
opinion. But, when sent in the right direction,.
as it certainly now is, it flows on with' an even
and rtsistless current of devoted loyalty to the
It is common to complain, outside of Penn
sylvania, that we are slow to move, and Penn
sylvania is sometimes called a " blind giant."
If it is intended as a compliment, it is, to say
the least, somewhat equivocal. Go now and
feel the pulse of the giant. Yon will find the
beat regular, healthy, and strong, and with a
heart fall of patriotic loyalty ; you will discover
that the scales have fallen' from• one eye, at
least, and that is turned ripen the. rebels and
traitors with fiery ., indignation ;- and alumdred
thousand Pennsylvanians in. aimig :vindliste
.thevight andithe:truthi fully attestlhat .the
gientie awake: .!,11fiunenselipplatusi, the sidil
THE DYING. YEAR.
Beneath the trees
It is true; that we have not the versatility of
the people of New; England. • Our richer soil
and our vast material resources afford to , our
population an easier means of ' living, and the
ingenuityof'our people' is not taxed with change,
or new and more profitable pursuits, and yet we
have dpiti:,mugh, very,ranch, for development
and:progress.. We havesurmounted the natu
ral barrier which separates the east fram the
west ? Of our State ;''the' Alleglienini have bowed
to ehreaseand ;Comfort, and.ccaivenience and
tls s iness... We have carried our railroads and
into an alimit inaccessible mountain re
gion-, where Natttre has concealed her almost
priceless jeWels, and our black diamonds are
now used all through New England, and: the
rooM in which we are assembled is made com
fortable by fuel carried from Pennaylvania.--
We are indebted to New England' foi lilieial
gifts`: in men; and the skill of their mechanics.
You 'give us. teachers for our schools, . profestors
for our colleges, and the productions of your
skilled labor. I will presume upon the good
nature of my audience to say that we are some
times persuaded to •purchase articles we could.
do without, and have ;never complained that
yeti Charged us too little. [Laughter and ap
plawee.] Besides 'you have no right to complain
that we are *kw, if you will tax your memories
with the fact that we buy our: clocks in New
England. [lmmense laughter.] But there is
no egotism in saying that we are not slow now.
When the leading conspirators, who now Seek
the destruction of our government, retired from
the:cOuncils of the nation; when• their deluded •
folloWers seised , upon the public property, ob
structed the execution of the laws, committed
acts of piracy upon our commerce in American
waters~; when they' beleagued Fort Sumpter,
starved out and would have killed seventy-two
of their own countrymen—the ethereal tire of
patriotism fell in Pennsylvania amidst the
descendants of the Irish, Germsn, and Scotch,
and, bursting suddenly into a brilliant flame,
it fused with the fires of New England, of New
York, and the great West, and, brightly shines
as the stars; and, ascending hign as the heav
en it will continue' to light the pathway of
libertyi to the :downtrodden and oppressed of all
the world foreverand forever. [Great applause.]
In this struggle, it is the duty of every: man
to work patiently, in the sphere of hisallotment
for the suppressiotrof insurrection. „Wu are all
pledged to fidelity to the and the
enprernacy of the laws, unite the support of
the visible heads of the govertinient; no matter
who they LAPPlainslq l'illor•Were plated
thereby constitutiunaLmeaus. The :President
of the United State:4,l6e rePresentadve
of legitimate authority; is, and justly so, anti
tied to a constant, faithful; and active support
in. tOi execution of .the laws; ancttlisin we can
demand, in the .huiguage of the sentiment to
which I respond,' thatthe Union shall be pre
eerved, even if it shall doitVldixei and' treasure
-and it will amply compensate for both: [im
mense applatusq....lt, is our:duty not, only, to.
aupport- the President In his discharge of , duty,
but also"all thri itiitheritetragenti *Of the gov
ernment.; and, in the pretence-of this intellee
teat assemblage, men who inherit the sacred
and granite principtes of the - Puritatts; men who
have an interest in the present and: the future
of this great country, lam most ,happy to ,ea
press my entire contidence in the ability, the
energy, 'end' prudence of - the youthful - general
who commands the armies or the United States.
[Treniendous cheering . ; company: rising ]
I congratulate you all, gentlemen, that the
place et pow birth was New England,.and I
trust that you they often have ()Cession to re
vive again, as you do this night, the please&
menluries of the past. Bat you will allow a
Pennsylvanian to say, that if he had never
been proud of bib State, his heart would. now
warmitb her people for the exhibition of true
loyalty' and'patriotism with which; as with 'one
heart and mind ; they have met this fearful cri
t, and , that ha boasts as proudly of the State
of his' birth as New . Englanders justly do of
theirs. ' But, gentle men, I consume too much
of your time. 'pries of. "Go on."] I shall
not soon forget the intellectual enjoyment of
this evening.. I return to labor in my : place re
freshed and strengthed by the patriotism and
sympathy"of the sene Of New England, and in
taking leave I heve one single word more to
say . : Let us all pledge ourselves, this night; to
our duty to our country.
Dauphin County Teachers' Institute
Afternixxi session was opened, and on motion
of Mr: Lawrence the Institute resolved to ad
journ this after.noon.
- Pnd. Brooks then commenced the, subject of
mental arithmetic, which subject he treated
very ably. Analysis is the golden key to arith
' ' The committed appointed. to fix upon time
and Ouzo for,holdiog .the next: meeting. . the
Dauphin Co,unty Teaphens' Institute, beg leave_
to report : That after a careful doosideratiOn of
the subjectiubmitted to us, we are Unariirrious
ly of the opinion that it is inexpedient to take
action thereon, but would submit the following
resolution'in lieu thereof
Resolved, That "this Institute earnestly recom
mend to the teachers of Dauphin County, when
assembled for the examination in their respect
ive districts, that they then decide upon what
they consider the proper time and .place for
holding the meeting of the cou,nty, Institute in
the year 1862, Said decision to lie made known
to the County Superintendent '•at the close of
Resolved, That the County Superintendent be,
and is herobyrequested,toxall said meeting of
the Cotmty Institute at such place and time as
may have the largest nuMber of votes:
The committee was theri discharged.
The following!preamble and resolution was
offered; which was,agreed to :
Waxiness, We; as teachers of Dauphin coun
ty, when associated together in the capacity of
Distridt or. County Institute, are not only bene-,
fitted and improved as individuals and teachers,
but are enabled by such improvement to ad
vance the best interest of the pupils committed
to our 01,10. . .
- . .
Arm WIEFIBILSI4, The present session of our.
County Institute hoe demonstrated the fact of
their being too much lethargy on our part, in
preparing ourselves for a practical participation
in its proceedings.
AND WIMP,DMI, We believe, that the o rise, an.
nual meeting of the teachers of this county, can
be nuide more Interecing and nseful than even
/Waived; Th . atelicli teacher in the County be
requested' WI prepare . himself or !terse Jot. an
Active *PaAlciPaPon in the - Pr9PeOlegli of, tau t
next-Oeunty.,los the pry lion of,
leeturectto 'dellviiieit or 'origina
liens:or easy* -totbe4reWittid4l66 , rlie: t a m e .
D. B. B. LA 308, Chairnian.
fisam tinting aut.
basing procured Steam Power Presses, we are prepay:
ed to execute JOB add B OK PVINTLIB of every oesertp.
lon. cliever than it can be done at any other establish.
must in the oonntry.
- - - -
11A lEs F AlLAlstablike.
isr Four lines or 1.5 constitute one half square. Eight
Ines or more than rest coned .ute • square.
Half square, one day.. .
14 three months
" e l z months...
IttnejEquare, one day ,
'three months ,
t 1 six mouths.
41- Business - notices inserted in the Lmei Cohnows, Ise
baleen Marriges and Deaths, FIVE CaNTS 'TeR 'XVI., rev
- -gar Harriges and 'Deaths to be chatted as regular -
From our Morning Edition•
FROM HALIFAX, N. S.
Arrival of the Slot'ler Europa, Outward
DIABON AND SLIDELL NOT Of BOARD
The steamship Europa arrived at five, and
sailed at seven o'clock this morning for Liver:.
Messrs. Mason and Slidell were not on
Thejstettmer Asia reached here yesterday
The Australasian with troops attempted to.go
tip the St: Lawrence, but came back on account
of the ice. She will not land her troops here,
but sail for New Brunswick to-day. The sixty
second regiment will be sent to St. Tohns, In
the Delta to-morrow..
FROM MONTREAL CANADA.
Proposed Extension of Telegraph Lines
No decision has yet been made by the author
ities as to the building of a military telegraph
line to Quebec. The existing telegraph compa
ny of Canada seriously contemplate extending
the line some 200 miles to Cape St. Roger, on
the Gulf of St. Lawrence via Campbulltown at
the head of the Bay of Chalons.
If this enterprise is carried out the news by
the Canadian line of steamers will be received
at lesat one day sooner than by the way of
Farther Point. Should the line be extended to
Cape Ryser it is expected that the steamers to
and from Quebec will make that a port of call
FROM GEN. BANK'S COMMAND.
Andrew .Beseler, Jr., a member of the late
Blaryland House of Delegates, has been releas
ed from Furt Warren, to taking the oath of
allegiance, and returned to his home in this
' Gun. Bank's bits issued a stringent order In
regard to the seizure of forage without the
owner's consent, and another prohibiting the
sale of liquor to soldiers. Both will be rigidly
Christmas, in camp, was kept generally as a
holiday, but there were, no extraordinary de
monstrations beyond the consumption of poul
try and other deficit ies.
The Epiecopadan and Catholic Churches were
crowded with boldicres and citizens.
Dr, King, the Medical Diiector of this divis
ion, in consequence of ill-health, recently re
quested to be withdrawn, but having since re
covered, he will continue his ;present position,
Since the promulgation of the general order
in regard to the examination of refugees and'
deserters from the rebels by the Commanding
General, from ten to fifteen have been scat to..
Washington ; there being arrivals almost daily
atpoiuts on the river under flags of truce.
The Reports of the Fire Exaggerated:
HEALTH OF GEN. MoCLELLAN.
The reports sent North concerning the lire et ;
the Gov'ernment stables, last night, were grow
ly exaggerated. Not one hundred horses were
burned, and the loss will not reach one hundred
General McClellan has so far recovered from
his illness as to be able to resume his duties in
doors to day.
Lieutenant General Scott is expected to ar
rive Washington to-night. There is muck
curiosity to learn the object of his errand to tills
country at present.
The contested election case of the Fitst'Dis
trint in Philadelphia, will be finally disposed of
on the re-assembling of Congress.
THE NEW YORK STOCK MARKETS.
_ Naw You, Deo. 27
There was quite an excitement in the stock
market this afternoon with an advance in prices,
which is Attributed to the impression that a
buspension of extensive payments in specie by
the buyers, will trecede the next large Treasury
A large assortment. of Under Shirts and Drawers,
(all sizes,) .,
GentlemensP Traveling Shawls and Blankets,
Every Kind of (i.nts Ho .Icry,
Cloths, Casslmers, and Vesting;
Hammes Boca Gomm.
A Large Stock of these Goode, to select from cab be
found at tIATHCAdrB
n 023 Next door to the )1 4 rri ~horg Rota.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
Plain and Figured Reps,
Rich Figured all Wool Debases,
Plain Merinoes and Cashmeres,
, Fancy Paris Dreas Bilks, • ••
Superior Plain Colo , ed Dress Silks,
Warranted makes of plain black.silks,
New IstSate Low Prmed.,Delainesi
at CA MART & BROTHER'S
Next door to the Harriobarir BankAartat.Square.
4011151 .B. fithELTAIL'IS
BOOT - 146 . SHOE STORE.
CORNER dIiCOND AND WALNUT STS
Amirays on hind a large aasoiticnont of
lidion, SHOES, igklTEtt.9, toe., of he very best
mut* „For 441e4, gooshtmen,,aat ohildreast weer.—
Prizes to salt the - Gina...l. tints of won MAIM TO
Deslikne d 9 slltteruot workmen
Mr4aEr ltli j iest ohm Douce.
r. 0 04 . 0— • Torv• Fe aVT,II
1 bAtt3 t Cailti aid for.
ii 1 4 .8
HALErsx, Deo. 27
Moralize', Dec, 27
Fat nnucx, Deo. 26
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.
cit, great variety.)
.911 k & Cabhmere NPOIL Tles & Cravats,
large bLOOk. of Gloves & Giantlolls.
Every &lad ot Suspenders,