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RV GEORGE BERGNER.
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i'l;t.l;4lt, r DAY .
)11,(1 V. 13 E HONER.,
TE.lihe..—Sieei Oetecittrnott. '
i ce 1),,,a.y I t iti.lfrOAril 1. earred to eabseribere. In the
Cio +t 6 6 . ats per Yearly oubscribere will be.
ch!rgAtt ne, la advence
WesKLY AND Setil•tt 2EIO -'•
TE,66IKAPII al , o pable I,etteieeti (toilet
PI the Leg;slAtare, and •twi weekli .d a yi ug . the.
remia , ,r the year, toad rttraisbo , l to IfttOOOOtbOrO
rash rats, ilia:
.•.•011:.tr•ber3 per year Bein.i.tree'kty.
mibserlber, Week1y............ 00
RAIN . ; a AtivERTIVING.
i.:ur town or Immia constitute onnhalf annt&e. Eight
n o m. than fo-or constitute a square.
111 Fquare, one day
mm one month
months., .. ..
nue year.. ... .....
the 'VAN, 011 0 day
one week 2 OQ
one month ..... 8 BO
three months b.OO
six months 10 00'
' 16 00
iiii:WoOSB notices inserted in .the Lmrul Column, or
hoo, +WI rgols mind Deaths, FIVE CENTS "lig "%I'm. Pox
4r3lerriges and Deaths to be charged as 'regular •
verteetvois • •
13.111..1-01 1 X.IVICCOXLIEI
it.ti"eitisecc :f u r l r
re e tu d ,, t o h y e in m a t , at . c o e ri r d tti:l. speed}
DIFEASES OF IMPRUDENOR.
/lam it NIX TO TWILVI ROOM.
.110 Mercury or Noxious Drugs,
@p - .A CuS WAIKANIIID OZ 'o CHAN; at no Oxa
Wrogness of the Back or mbs, Strictures, Pains in
Aneenoos of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Wrel; nese,. Nervous imbility, Decay of the Physico Pow•
ems, llysipepeio languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of doss,
1 % 1 1 Rano* of ' the Heart, , Tremblings, Dimness
ol StstAktir._Nillig h _jtase of the Stomach, Affections
of tbe neau, 0 m.ooror-0ina—..,..,,
dors arising from e indiscretion or Solitary ambits at
South—those dreadful and destructive practises whion
produce constitutional debility, render marriage impos
sible, and destroy both body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims of
solitary Vice that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually treiteaps to en untimely grave thousiutde 61.
young men of the most culled talent and brilliant intel
lect, who might otherwise have entranced haunting
gunnies with the thunders 'or eltemence, or waked to en
Play tbo living lyrit.may call with fejt eeeodeaca.
harried persons, or thos.. ennteinplatleg marriage, be.
ee nwaro or Owens.' weakness; sheuhtimmeenkudy 00n.
mit ro. .1., nod ho restored to perils* health..
Immediately mired end MS vigor rettered.
Ile who Mazes Matson. under, thee
ike igireig Dr.'', may
rehomAy,eonlideM.ldatonesralitlealtan., and CM,
nun apoo so a physician.
IFO•O!!!ee So. T ituth Ertedorlek street, BaltlMori;
nn the loft hand side going from Baltimore Street, 7
,r,rn the corner. Be particular in - observing the
*,‘ number, or you will mistake the plane, Be . par.'
ivtlAr 1-r ignorant,
_TriXelp with raise' names,
nr Vti/try thAnibug Ctrittleates, attracted by the repute.
lir, jubnikon, I ark near
ali klter3 mult nettled') a Pualage Stamp, to use on the
Ur. Jutllo4lo member of the Royal College or Burgeons,
Laudon, graduate from one 01 the meet eminent Colley.'
tithe Uuiled "Rates, and the greatest part of whose file
Mu , 1.e...0 spent in the fiespitabs or London, hula, Phila.
Aei-naf Aid elsewhere, has elfeeted HOMO of the meet fis
totif•loog mires that were ever known. Many troubled,
with ringing in the oars and head when asleep, great ner.
rmomt.s., being alarmed at sudden sounds, baahrniness,
with fr6queutblusbing,atteudal sometimes with derange
o.olt of mind were caned immediately,
-TANN VAA VictILAR Norm
, ~ resew all tame who haying Intuited Chant ,
se i v , N mte and lint roper imlnlgencies, that secret
an d i t elitery :Oft Which maim both body and mind. an.
atllog them fur either buouessor eedety.
Tbr, are some of the sad and melancholy allele pro
ut, early habits 01 youth, viz: Weakness 01 the
it k u t el Limbs, Pains in the Head, Hlnanens of eight,
Ixre of Mumcular Power, l'aipllatlon Of the apart, Dye.
4rpeta, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of thettlgeetlve
ructiros, Ileueral Debility, Symptoms of ':linsump-
V Iq , 'ILL Y
MP,IALLY, the re9.lllli enacts en the Wail aro mush to
sr :if. :—Lorm of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, lie•
of Sprit!, Forebodings Aversion toAole
t3, Litutrust, Love ot Solitude, Timidity, die., aro sortie
• atain of persons of an ages, Our now judge whit
t!:.. , :u:se their decline In health, losing their vigor,
t , F, , tli,g weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have
appearance about the eyes, cough, and symp
YOUNG MIEN 1
kre , 11111'.'.; themselves by 11. 04 - rtife pi - mottos, in
dn•v‘ 5.1 0 110-4/, habit frequently learned from,
or ft school, the affects of which am
tut rya u um ' , deep, and if not cured, renders
Arm destroys .both mine and bodY,
ahem.; apply Immediately.
it I. d B 0111 , !Le . yosag man, the hopes of his aeon.
r 4arlib: .4 too parents, should be snatched Irma
ri omnymente of life by the oonsoquenee.
d.• Maw I roni tie path 01 nature, and Indulging fiatsc
cm. perrtt nnbit, rn h µerten& must, before eontervr.
et that a Kati,: ht. nil n and ki hody s,
*fa the most neeessayy
to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
weer_ journny through life becomes a wear,
p , !Ihllor, the Pr: opect hourly darkeon to the VIEW,. the
h , "t httothes shadowed with despair, and Stied with - th
rat), rellectihn that the happiness of another ha
tchet hii.rhw,i with Our own.
RIIMEDY FOR Üb,
CIAN11) I NEatiNFSEI.
'e great dad Important remedy, Weaknesstoi the
• •tut. are dikg.tly cured, and full vigor restored. ie of
~ he mom nervons and debilitated wtle
• . lyre limin immediately relieved. Al
tnet,to t.. 'ildrnars, Physical or Mental
Trembling, Wealsuerili or Exhaustiou of
itorlut klod, speedily cured.
wany TO tto.TII.ANGERS.
it...nations cured at this lustiutiOn withiO tine
'- and the numerous Important Burgles
iwriormed by Or. J., witnessed by the re.
•- temers, and many other persona, !tonnes of
• sired Mein andugain before thepublic !
vut,tbn 9 at d iciniernatt of character and re.
suibMent guarantee to the seated.
~rfA(IF IMPRITIANCL—When the misguided
'd rotary of pleasure 'Linde be has imbibed
disease it toe often happesui that
• 4 in shame or dread of discovery deter'
• ni A, to therm who rroiu education and re•
y tee, befriend him, delaying till the one.
d 1 c; u rn! - .tome of this horrid disease make their
, gi.,,ung the head, throat, nose, skin, no.
• :• with Rightful 'rapidity, till death put s
art:ddila sufirringit by sending him to othat
fr , 111 wherteg so traveler returns." It is a mei
thousands faU victim to ibt terrible
t,oing to the unskilfulness of Ignorant pretend
, hy ado of thst deadly prism; mercury, rule
bonbon and moire the residue of life miserable.
, seseens.--The linctors tapiomas hang in his
Ater. watt contain a Stamp toes on the reply
b r , kinedlea tent by
:nath F reanyinig ntroot, Baltimore.
CK II EAT MEAL and CORN MEAL
ISt ret,ived an or sale low at
NICHOLS k BOWMANtre e,
corner Front sod Market st',
liNiii, TOOTH, NAIL, ()Lulli. HAT
4 ,.. L ~LATIut knitIMPANT swns.); to
~ it'S b t Al .4.40 e'Azioi 4TORS.-,. ' ,_...... lot
Lines of trantl & itrattsportutioi
YthiNSYLVANIA RAIL R4AO
WINTER Two; TABLg.,
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO ANIi
FROM PHILADELPHIA. .
ON LND APTIIE
MONDAY JANUARY 27th, 1882
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Refitted
Company will depart vont and arrive at Harrisburg aka'
Ph!laden - ads. as follows
. : Sin Inir A .111. moo-
THROUGHIKE'REN TRAIN lesv.o Harrisburg daily
,at,390 a. m.iehd ,arrives at West Philadelphia at 'TM
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily, (except Sunday,)
at 1.00 p. m. , and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10
MAILTRAIN leaven Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 5.5 t p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia. at 11.00
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Joy, Immo
Itarriabura at 7.80 a. m., and unman at Wean Phila
delpOla at 12.85 p. m.
RaItRISKBII3 ACCOMMODATION, TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaven Hairishurg at 2:00 p. m.. and arrives at Wad
IldiadolPhia at 7.20 p. in.
I W, ES T ADD.
THROURII IMPREFIts TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.30 p. au; aarriaborg at 8.116 a. in., .Altoona 8.40, a.
In., and arrlfes at Pittsburg at 1.25 p. m. •
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia:at 8.00 a. in., and ar•
rives at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. in.; leavesHuTlebard at 9.00
a. in., Altoona, 8,30 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at
9.89 p. M.
FAST LlNE4ssves Philadelphia at 11.24 a. in.; Harris
burg 4.06 p. M., Altoona at• 9.10 p. m., and arriving at
Pittsburg atlA6 a. m.
HARRIBERJR43 AO3OIIIIODATION TRAlN:team .Phil
delphla at 00 p. m., and arrivett at Hattiaborg at 8.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy leaves
Lanosstur at 11.83 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 1.80
The NEWS EXPRESS and PAHiIINGER TRAIN will leave
West Philadelptda at 4.00 a. m.; Lancaster 7.07 a. m.
Mount Joy at 7.48 a. in., Middletown at 8.26 a. m., nod
arrive at Harriabirg at 8.55 a. in., connecting with Mall
Train weal, from Harrisburg, at 0.1/0 a. m.
SAMUEL 0. YOUNG,
Sept. Rain, Div. Penna. Railroad.
Harrisburg, January 24, 1802
MINTER TIME ARRANGEMENT
Nlitil AIR LINE ROUTE
WITHOVP MANGE OABOH
ON AND AFTER'. MONDAY,, ,NOVIEINL'
Mill 4, 1861 the eager Trains Will learn the
PhilaciefOin. Ana Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg,
for New Ydrk and Philadelphia, as follows, viz
=MIEN LINE Maims Harrisburg at 3.30 s. m., on sr.
rival, of Pennsylvania Rallrotid Nzprese l'roln from the -
West, merit:min New York at 11.5 a.m., and at Philit
delphts at 9,00 i a. m. A sleeping MY 111 attached to the
tram thiough from pittsicurt without change.
HAM %RAIN leaves ifarisilsurg at 8.26 a. m., arriving,
in Now York at. 5.309. m. , and Philadelphia at 1.25 p. m.
FAST lINE leaves liszelsburig at. 140 p. m., on arrival
of Pennivitania Retread' Ad Mail; iteriving in Neil
Rork at 9.60 p. in., and Philadelphia at 6.40 p. m.
rorlis32o,,yea New YOrirat 6a. m, and Philnde
pnia et Flog at Hanisinitg at 1 p. m.
Meg, " van NOW York ;412 00 noon,and Phil.
adelphhesY3.l6 :M., `arriving it Harrisburg at 8.10
HILPRHB3 LINE leavesi Nem York, ' m. arri
ving at Harrisburg ato.lo a: in., Mid cotitheting with the
PenesylvhohtEspreas for pittabzirg. sleeping
ear is aloe Mimed to this untie • , • -
Commotions sre made atllatriiibms;ithl trains MI the
Penosylvania;NOrthern Cintral and tierleaut Valley
tlallreaSlib and ltikilending for - elPhia, Pottsville,
Wlikesbahe Allentown, Icaston • • •
Baggage checked - through. rare between f and ew York
and ilkrrlllberli; $4 Hidrislibic
$s 26 in No. 1 can, and $2 70 in No. 2.
for, tickets er otherlidettnation apply,lo
u. 44 0 4y0.'
V . 4EBH FRIIITIn
ed QUIN a large lot comprising reaches Totnotoen,
Sweet Corn, &0.. ands select staiyorimealot Preserves and
Jell i es, just reoleved and for gab liy
WM, DOCK, .In. &Oa.
C ~tiARS ana Tolnpao, of all tincle
tanetveaeaoetmeniot agars, at
F r o akaudibisker, OtreisQ
jil t ,
114/04,` ,— Thr.84, it7i — Ati i * gm
I otrel.hl c 4
HARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY MORNING,
it ID. t.U. q. razz & co..
1) W. GROSS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAH
I bRU G GISTS
rErr§gCTIP , NUL
KEEPERS •AND CONStIiitICS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call yorm atention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, OREMEALS & PAINTS,
Otis, varnishes and, Glues,
Dyeatsll9l, Opus and Patty,
Artlit Colors inal Tools,
Pure Ground Spiess
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperms and Pine Oils,
Bottles, Vials and Lamp
Castile. Soap, Sponges and Corks,
dm., &0., dra„ ar.o., &a., dux, &el
With a general variety of
14:4:14ej'A:4:4'ff5ii)143..194 . 41(101:4:1
selected from the bast mannfactnrere and Pe
tumeri of Europe and this country.
Being, very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LLNSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
inN a lW: 6 l4 3B l , 4 l rn B T!S() . !
COLORS, RAM AND
IN ALL THEM iIkETIEB, -
001002 3 3 ANRIWPZ. FAY
We respectfully invite a call, feeling,,.co4
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
JONWSAND WIEEITEWSPOkiIIaiDT TEETH,
PATENT ,MEDICINES. AND.-lA.III
Of nn kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Conoentrated Lye d.
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, Whkhiwe sell
as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
.ilgtl"l3 IdeDIOIL ftv EXTR3OTS4
MAL ,OIL 1 CARBON Off
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
ofler inducements to close hnyers. Coal Oil
Lampe of the moat improved patterns, verj
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to buii
FARMERS AND. GRAZIERS,
one of you Op have not given, our,HOWG
AND•OATYTT° POWDERS a trial know no
tniceeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
Thcruanide can testify trothe profit tireyhay .
derived from the use of (nor Cattle Powders b
theitkores*g ,11"Ptity and 01"1#31-
besides improving the genend health and a
pear juice of their pattla.
Our long ex prionce in the htudzoiss gives
the advaniage of a liWiickugh knowledge of th
trade, and, tour arian,gemente inlhe cities ar
such that we'cia, is n very short time 'fOrnio
anyttanKuppeirtalning to our buidnese„ on
beat of tern*, •
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestow
on our hones.; we boos' by dent ettentiou
badness, a anti* Wend= •of '
lair vices, arid the deign to please al Lta;
ccintionorioef of the for of gdliicrito
f Mi t11 6 , 3 5 tt3
I . . , _....
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE . PREPARANON
'tea •LY CONHENTFATED... . ••. ' •
' • main imp ii.RD lipßi t Or itnw,
Fasitive and Spacide Remixiy
For, Menses of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRATEL,T
end DROPSICAL SWELLINGs:_ • • - ' '
This .Kedichie increxues the, power of
cites the A BEORBOTS int vhasltnynelloe, )1, which
IVIVATRItrOK CALCAREOUS Sep4 ,IWle and SMIJN'
' ATURAL ENLARGE VENTS 'are ittleitiell, ad Well , 'as .
MAIN AND INFLAHATA.4I,,stid le good for - • ,
MEN, VIC4AIR 94 111) KBN. - i , -
, , ---- ,
. 4 • HILHBOLD% ftyIiAIHHOTIII,
~ , ~, pol. IFOOMANNIS
! ristoglhon Esseernet“tittitss. of...olloWialiddi Kerb' in
- . tkon or,Abane., .. ~ • .
1 Ito DtlY Ent mtO
t LOwttret triamms :
. - position to Martini; ' •', ...- ' Lost of Power'
id , iirMemory; -, .1 , ,: '.... , . Mon* of , Breallinig,
eta /*Yak 4:0... ~ . u:... ; ,.. . n jAr i ng,
. t .... m .' afil i a fiellSO. ,4, l? 1. , r ...‘. F"elar
........... c ion ' • • - BMW,
Universal Lelsitude of the.Masculai SYstein,..• ' - '
Hot Hands, - • ' • - , Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of tho Skin, Eruptions on tt.e Muse,
These symptcrins, If allowed to go en, which this med
icine Invariably thmoved, soon follows
IMPOIENCY. FATUITY, E.FILEPTIC Firs
IN ONE OF WHICH THE PATIENT MAT EMP IRE.
Who cap say that they are not freque.tly followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMrLION."
Reny are, awareof the cause of their suffering,
BUT NONE WILL CONFEsB.
THE RECO g DS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,'
And the Melancholy Deaths by Cortutsiptioli,
SUR AXFIX IFOOVISO TO THINILIFTH OF 21111 ABSIOIIIION.
E THit CONalT0IIMONon: AFFECTSD WITH
_,, ,011,11,0110 WILiILs.H"
Requires the aid of medicine hi strengthen and
i ' Invigorat, the System,
Which HMI:BOLD% EXPHAOT BUCHU• iimarinbty does
A Timm WILL mon= mis MOST BEFFIIOAI,,,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLR, MARRIED, OR 001fIllifPLA
IN WY AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO„FRIIALES,
the Patract Ruche is unequalled by any other remedy,
ni in uhlotedis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness; or
Sapprestkr lof Oustoinary Ityucestioas, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Lenoarhces Whites, Steril
ity, sad for all complaints. Inebtout to the sex, whether
arising from Indiscreticia, Habit's of ''Oisiriperion, or In
IBYRIY CILIN i ctO 2 I
NO IrAIII4 BEIOULD BE WITHOUT rr
TAIER NO MORRILASAII, MIOURY, Os tr:.
CINI FOR WelataikßT.A.NO DASOIROLIS DIORAMA.
HARROLD'S R.fißace BOOED
SECRET 'DISEASES. •
.to all their Magee, At little Expense ;
Little Or en - change In diet ; No inconvenie ice;
It And no Dopontro.
OLuseei a fretstontdeaire inn gloat strength to Urinate,
lieretiy remotring Obitruotions,
'_Preventing and' CaringStrieturea of tee Urethra,
, 'Allaying Pain and Inglatuniation, ao frequent,. In the
t ease of disnipes, and .expelling ad Poisonous, //wand
' , - 111001412111 e WON THOMIANDS
RHO HAYS BRIM .IHA FIOT,Ms 01 QUACKS,
indrwhohave pabi usarr.eman:io be cured in a , short
Ilme, , baxe,reund they Were dieetved, and that the " P 431-
EON" haa, piy use or idriiwaium. anTagniores," been
driedtillu tbesisseni, tcr'breale out In la aginuratod
f ort% add . , .
~; . _a
tikiz i "ilroft Milli A ' ' `
li-- s f_r all Othello ns (and
distioaka or toors — --.---- .....-_— -- 7-1 - 2._____
lIIRINAIIY 0410GLIINS, . • ~
IMAMS OR. NlEndlild. •
From Whitetrer °ramie 'originating and no matter of
. . H . - HOW LONG IFFANDING: ' '
Diseaserof these Organs regains the aid of DIURETIO.
• EIBIABOLD'S EXTRAOr RUCH U , • .. •
. „. • , - . IS.THE GREAT DITEIII4O,
and'is.certain to have .the e desired attest in all rmieasei
I. Oit WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDED." : ~.
.Eroidase,s of Me stoat reliable and reopened/is' diaracier
Will accompauyithe mediae'... ~ . ,
~. . . . ctrltammepis OF DUREig,
, Nand to Wrens skambh g,
wan Hisiis Mims , to , • • '
ILIENOR mit) it4(2. ..
Price $1 00 per bOttle t -Or siiifgr. $5 00.
',Delivered to any,addresseseuurely packed from obser
ration. r .
.DESCRIBR • Sli l leltdDl TN ith, COMMUNICATIONS.
Cited Guaranteed I'' Advice GratLe I '
(*. ." " • ' AFFIDkVIT. '
4. . „. _ - .. ,
i,Personany appeared Wrote me, an Alderman of tho
opyot Philadelphia, H.T. •Etatsisour who ; being duly.
sworn, dOth:SaY,,binlireflatitlornt coritain no narcotic, no
story, orottißirMiudoup drutth, but are purely, rage
Sworn and subsoribedlefore Mb, this .28d :day of No
nutter, 1844. WIL . P...I3IBBERD, didgrifilliti,
Ninth St. auoire Race, flute.
i ddrest loners tor. inforimitionin confidence to
- • •.' 'H. T. ELF.JAIBMD, Chemia . t,
- illepoti 104-South Tenth St., bol. Dassault, PhD*.
''. BIR WAJNE OPCOUNTIGH.WEIT
. . .
. • AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS . , .'
• , o endeavor . to dispose "or main own" and amen "
etas of TILI *MUTATION JCITAINVD Br
! einibold's genuine Preparatioo a,
•• ot ia • Lxlract Bu hoi, •
to •as , ~ s amokrins,
“ . . ."- z _ Improved Rose. Wash...
Reid by 04 R.Koller, D. W,-Gross, J. Wyeth,llo.AA.
, tarot ,
, AND ALL DRUOIRST3 EVERYWHERE.
, • ASK FOHRELMBOLD'S. TARR NO OTHER.
istout the advertirement and sen,d, tor, i t.,
f , AND AVOID ILIPOSITtOS AND EXPOSURE.
NION •REST AUR ANT )
VET A 11.1) AND BOWLING SALOON,
.Iso. 119 MARKET STREET NEAR FIFTH.
HE subscribers having erected a larg e
building at Meabove place, taprassigfor the part, (a•
above indicated, beg to call the attention of the pub_
tothe following :
, Timpani 'park onthepirst duct, with a dining room
/ (*Amy i Med lip but ilkst-eis,M.Style, and It win at all
iiisaidepled with the beat OYd (Etas to •be had I
d"ramtielmeinbtorseb7rbeerhamal. l a 7 dil' tti t 7 b L a m ilerra i 775-- e n y
Th co ea : Alh4 ta llre n s
"l iis n 'tr ig uetorwbe re
i Th en d id:ea com ll:lne tans b en-pi ui t ee lley ale i s Q,, orw k ng
i p me s °
containsbv° Billiard itt
three Sallslci marble ll I SaYtle i 3 p t l o n't ti e ga I tto t i n 3 : o obton to
mes, equal to any made.
Harrisburg has kips - fait the went of• a grand combin.
etion of tliis kind, and as the proprietors are determine •
to conduct:it In.a quiet and oniony manner, and do eve-
Viiin their power to make lea fait .sotudge retort
y l • ig
hope to receive a liberal snare of publics patronage
fjedt-dtf WiLakai iIIiVADDIN At Oa
viryRITMG DMKS; •
Iry . TRAVELING BAGS,
And a general assortment of
. FANCY GOODS
Have jtAlxien'reeeived at
.. . . . .
DL T J MILE
's - altoF. ox DENTIST
FF..4Bakie , servictis to the citizens o
Harrisburg and its vicinity. He solicita a share
Wile p4ronage, and gives assurance that his bee
bade - avian shall be given torend r satisfaction in Ida pro
tension. Being-an old; weil tiled-aenthrt, he feels safe I.
•Wltting , the p9blia generallyif! eall On .4i94 nentirbl ,
*sit to UM Will not be
d:128 Masted street; iithelicannitormerly, Do
by htebbit.‘llby, - nearatte Vatted-Stales Betel
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88TH NI W YOBX R*intrairr
Remonstrance of the New York
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Some time ago the Hones called upon the
Secretary of War to.infurat then( why certain
troupe in this vicinity were not provided with
arms. A response has been transmitted, say
ing that a portion of the 89th New York regi-
Ment were fora time;ivithout them for the rea
son that there were `none in the arienal, they
were willing to recave; tut that since then a
supply 01 Austrian rifles had been received and
the regiment armed with them.
The remonstrance of the Chamber of Com
merce of New Yolk against the passage of an
act creating the office of tile babciuor of Cus
toms at the port of New York, was pieseuted
to the House to-day, by liepreseutaitive F. A.
lhe'Bright case will probably be disposed of
to-morrow. It is still attractive—the Senate
galleries to-day being croAded.
Information hbs reached here that the Errio
son dealing battery, autnoriz. d by act of Con
giess, of August ma and to be cummanded by
Lieut. Wankn, will, in tho,course of next week
be sufficiently completed to test its efficiency.
%XXVII* Congress—First Session.
00151XLNUND FROM UOOND reax.l
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.
Mr. Crean, (R. 1.,) movtd•co recommit the
bill to the naval CututalGt63.
Mr. W aeon, from the committee on military
reported a bat to aerate the pay and
eiuultuneute of officers of the army as a,substi
tate for theorigiaal bill. •
Mr. Purassor introduced a bill to aid in , con
stracting the railroad and telegraph linetr to
the Pacific. Retorted.
The eaee of Senator .Blight was then taken
Messrs. Browning, • Dixon and Doolittle, ar
gued in favor oti the expulsion of Bright: -Mr.
Willey, (Va. ,) ssid , kwi'd this letter, 'he
wareasonable. He -mixes - Lisire-bllasiret thorn
would ba no war' on theist Ofliraibb:; buf
called the attentionef the Senator to the expla
anittion he wiiihed him to makelo the principle
declared the letter written in September.—
There mild be no dotility then, as to the state
of the country. The Senator had. declared be
was always opposed to secession, yet be declared
in that letter, and re-declares here on the floor
of the Senate, that he isepposed to all coercion.
Be should reserve his decision till he heard
from the Senator on-that point.
Biuonr said, if the Senate would permit,
he would read two resolutions, which had been
passed at a large politiCal.meeting in Indiana,
in January last, which embodiixthis sentiments.
They were as tollows:
Resolved, That, in this national emergency,
the Democracy of Indiana bitnish all feeling
of passion or resentment, and will recollect
only tueir duty to the whole country. That
this war should not be waged- in a spirit of
couqueit and subjugation, nor fur the purpose
of overthrowing tue rights of the Southern
States, but to acend audlmaintain the supre
~ of the Constitution, and preserve the
Union with all the dignity, equalityand rights'
of tue several States unimpaired:
. Resolved, That air soon as these objeote are
accomplished, the war ought to cease ; that we
will sustain with all our energies the war for
the Constitution, • and the' integrity of the
Union, but are opposed to a war fur' the eman
cipation of the negroes, or , the subjugation of
the Southern States. •
Mr. Bemire said that as far as these resolu
ii ns go they comprised his platform. If he
was turned out of this body; ne, proposed on
these resolutions to go again before the people
who had so long and so often honored him.
Mr. WILLEY said he must ask the Senator
still further to define what he did mean by the
statement that he was entirely opposed to co
ercion when the country is in danger tind the
r4hels were trying to overthrow the govern
Mr. Smuts; (tilase.,) made an elaborate
speech, maintaining his previous arguments in
onpport of the resinution of expulaion and re
virwing the debate. Regardingthe _defence of
Mr. Bright, - ballad' it afforded 'ample ground
tor 'egret, it not condemnation. it showed
offensively the same spirit which Is found in
ale original letter.
After a brief reply from Mr. • Davis to per
sonal allusions made by Mr. Sumner, the ' Senate
went iuto Executive session and subsequently
effects of inakiug theee'irowth to show the
If this should be done we will xtbigal tender.
retrace our steps, but must go on. Ii liDie to
be passed it should first tie amended by maiith
these notes apply to contraera v hereafter to be
made. They should do nothiugla the nature
of an expastfacto law which it would beim that
subject. There is no lack of means in thellel
Stated to give .our credit a foundation as solid'
a 6 the footstool of Jehovah. Our. armi•-s
have only to be properly marshalled arid led t
prove their invincibility. - -He repeated that he
was opposed to the bill ; because Iteavoidd unfor
tunately damage the national credit, and cut
off, other chances of life. It would reduce the
constitutional standard A n a lues. 'M would
inflate the paper currency a thus increase, rh e
cost of the war, mail the scheme 2vist
utterly fail. It involved a question of
attotful constitntionality=a breach of pubh7
tattli. It wortid banish all:specie from cireula=k
don; it would . dampen the ardor-of the men et
home, as , well
_as those in the field, and d. grade
us in thoestimalion of other n ations, and crip-
Pl9AutOoluLlabt3r. there was no neT,
ceeov.f.er seek **operate measure. The gab
stilinp.proposedrbvthetsminerity of ,the Com
mipiteecoldWitsiumd Means' is,.
better than the original bill.He did not ob
ject to paper issues to a ilmitwd
extent, but he
wanted to establish notes and bonds. He
wanted the notes to be fully equivalent to the
standard of currency. Thiel could be done by
fixing the amount beyond which such is
sues cannot be made, with adequate taxation
to maintain them.
In alluding to the state of the war, he said
that General McClellan must harvest the ad
vantages within the next ninety days, other.
wise he will be gassatted as a gentleman, but
mit a general.
Mr. ROSOon CONKLING, (IL J.,) spoke against
a great banking scheme about to be.mtroduced
the design of which seemed to be to prevent
the local wanks trout resuming specie payment.
It seemed to be the design in high quarterslo
preach a crusade against the banka, tuereby
raising a prejudice against them. He proceed
ed to give hie reasons why he should vote
against any attempt by Itgialatkikvto maks
aught but gold and silver a legal tender.
The propuidtion was a, new one. " pre
cedent for it could be bound, and, besides,
it was unconstitutional. Every attorney.
agent, trustee, commission merchant, or any
tether person acting in a financial character,
whoever received hard money, will relieve him
self by buying up the spurious currency.
Everybody will do it who is not morn honest
than Congress. Such a scheme was never
thought ot, even under Janniti Buchanan and
Monroe Edwards. Passing by all legal sad
moral obligationt and looking at the question
in its pecuniary aspect, it is utterly nudeserving
of credit and should be shunned and regarded
as a fraud and folly, The flood gam of dt *-
honesty would' bd opeued by making tale
paper a legal tender. lie Rejoiced that the
legislature of New Yurk put its seal on.
this eaiudie by a vote of almost two to One.
Mr. litrawax, of Ohio, iu replyiug to kir.
Pendleton said that Daniel Webe.or aid mart
the proposition that the Goveinmeat of the
United estates may authuriSe the Mahe of paper
money as currency. 'the OeitetituUeu woo
Made for one people with one destiny. What
to money in every amatory tieneeth the
sun winch the sovereignty shall dealing mow
within the limits or its junianciion—shoila and
hides, as wild asguld and aud shyer, have leash
made money. like sovereignty here it anima
as the people of the Uutted Mate of Annulus,
and has the power to determiee what shall be
mioneY, or in °Mar words,' the staudard of value.
and the medium for tacilitatiug.the exchange
of .cirinunidlties and what shall .be litte *sal
tinder in payment ot. (rebus. 4 government
without ticapower would he no gervainarati st
all. He fanner wiped the ounAtnitiesiall
question, and said nothing ever was a hial
tender incepting what, .was made mach
by express provision of the law. Mut, Cansaii
tattoo now fife:hires what shad be aligail
der. In the discharge of obligations iw did
uut like the plintsetuogy of the IN thmia.tair
hence loan lie redeemable at the sal
the Thiltedidtatisi 17 They , should br alde
at ascertain day in the iegallyintignished nu* ,
sane or vAine.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4
Mx_Ranuntrase. <IL -1-.4-I,tamstit
Webster, " there aim be be I Coedi tor =
and lelifer titratgrr-
by law." They had all sworn to trippers Uss •
Ounstitution ; let. Lbem beware and keep withes
the purview of that übligauuu lie wee tot
ther opposed to husking the maws proposed
to be lasted a legal seeder because it Was
dishonest, and that was raison enough
for him. This bill would intetieni with Sae
loot& banks ant produce oistresses, whim& it rt.
quired nu seer to torten. Tex us, tie dead, and
we wiL cheer - telly pay, but pass this meatiumb
containing the legal tender clause, and you
will deprive us of the ability to pap. 'Do%
committee then rose.
Mr. WYCLIFFE, (Ky.,) gave notice that 4 1..t d
could obtain toe door tomorrow, be
move to close the debate for the purpose of to
lieving the murmur by dual swum. on the ldll.
The House then adjourned.
1 4 1sw rozz, Fbb.4 - eff
Cotton steady at 80,3,810. Flour fietti;haitil
,Y 7,000 barrels. at an advaboce or 6c I Stsit Soak,
.ales at $5 66(45 70 for State s6* 06 tut
Ohio, gnu $6 Bc®,6 25 fur Soullunu. Wheat
anohanged, for wain), sates 64,060 httaltds at
a 80(41 86 fur Unw i se tiptusg, 64 8641 86
fur lanwaukie Club, auci 1 Atotur red West
ern. Cora firm sales 74,41k0 bushels at 00
66c., white 760. qua*" Auk steady,
tales 1,400 barrels. Leru steady ctt 711460.
Whisky firm &0./408840.
MAYOR'S ELh mIQN IN Lexcesrsa.
osarLaa itt, Feb. 4.
George Sau_deasoa was rt-elac e4l Mayor to
day ova Ekt. ClauksidAy, We Citizen's Unkin can
dictate, by 84 majonty. • Tun ()outwit was vary
warm. - •
Dr. Jo* of New York, the Surgeon and
Oculist aria Aurist, who is practicing su succem
fully at ille
~J unes ; Hotel in this city, will re
main a feW days longer,
All Work Promised in One Week
1 0 9a
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHEENT
.104 Market Rtreetbmween, 4th and sth, •
, and Ge n ua r Ta. description of Ladies'
Dyad. Claimed and flnlahad etndl6lll44"
tne almost notice. ;-- - .".clit - jr:6”.4 at
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A N consideration of the hard thee& sad
ea I sell exolattivelyigB94l.2a. I Save failoAd .3 10 "
Nee of Coal ao follows : '..•- •
lykana Vatley Brolloo, 48l $2 90 pot too ' l
44 gg ai* Egg 6 6 290 11, . f , ~
", . " E l lnalfßgg 44 ( a 2 90 "
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: " Stove " 2IS "
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Lorberry • :, 2 90 a a
Ifir all Coal (Mitered by the PATRIT Wllialtaidnli it
can ue weighed at the purchasers (not malt it rata,'
'tort 10 Pohang, the Coal wild oe coifed:ed. . •
`all roal of the beat quality mined, uelivered tree Peal
Coal staid In gentiles, at tense ' liatualata '
Agent.for Dulont's Celebrated Po a large amply,
alwaya oiUancat IlanoSto9o99
,ffirilsogolot or soPefler 110= Ell& ••
- , A" •Walglia* J
PRICE ONE CENT.
MARKETS BY TELAGRAILE.
COAL REDUCED 11 ! •