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a m ere than four, Onstitut
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~ diX months -.. COO 44 Six months.- ' B.o l *
4 , ang year, ," , LOU .= one your.-- 10. Le
113- tinsiuese notices inserted in Sim 4,4. u. OuLttlin. or
be f o re 111 allagglS and Seethe, FITS C NSTS PER. LISS for each
Assertion En usaranantsend others advertising by the Seat
ttbdrb i will be offered .
LE: r. ^ e l la
onmberot insertions must be designatedon the
s v ertisement.
Mara ages sad IXeiths will be inserted st the same
des as regalia elsertisernenre.
Doolo, 1-3tationcro, L 4:.
L. - 1(1110UL BOOKS.—Sehool Directors,
'rescuers Parents, Scholars ' and others • in want o 1
drnool gooks, Sc h ool Stationery, &c., will finds complete
Assortment at E. 11. POLLOCK & SON'S BOOK STORE,
Market Square, Harrisburg, comprising in part tke follow
imitu gits_-31.ctinirey's7 Porker's, Cobb's Angell's
SP SLUM* oUtaB..—‘leGallky's, Cobb'e, Webster's,
Town's, Byeriy's. Combry's,
ENGIASU GRAYINLARS.—EuItion's, Smith's, Wood
b l id g e% 3lonteith,s, Tothill's, Hart's, Wells'.
'Bergin —Grimshaw's, Davenport's, Frost's. Wit
son 's_ - Willard's, Goodrich's, Pinnock's, tioldsmith's and
ltlTLlMETlCTS.—Orcoulcars7 Stoddard'e, Amerson's,
rike'S, Rose's, Colburn's, Smith and DultelS, Davis's.
ALOSBRAS.--Greentears, Davie's, Day's,
DICTIONARTS.—WaIker's School, Cobb's, Walker,
Worcester's Co.aprelaewasian, Worcoster i s Primary, Web.
irter t„ po ol , k ry, w e bstor's High School, Webatees Quarto,
NATURAL PHILOSOPRIRS.—Comstockis, Parker's,
Swift's The above with a great variety otothers can at
any time be found at nay store. Also, a complete assort.
meat of School Stationery, embracing in the whf le a com
plete outfit for school purposes. Any book not in the store.
presar4..l tt One loge notice.
Er Country alerts ants sapplied at wholesale rate,.
ALAuoi &CS —John Beer and Son's Almanac for eels at
E. M. POLLOCK & SON'S BOOK STORE, Harrisburg.
CT' Wholesale and Retail. myl
OF VARIOUS SIZES AND PRICES,
Wldelt, for beauty and rma, cannot be MOM.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
NO. 18 MARKET STREET. mart
B OOK AUCTION.
Will supply his old friends and customers with the
following Books at Ruction prices :
Pacific Railroad, 10 v01.,s complete, 4 illustrations
Japut Itirdition, 8 vols., complete, illustrated and
illuminated, $ l9 --
Btnerrs Espedition, 2 vols., complete, illustrated
Congressional Globe, $1 60 per volume. -4
Waverly Novels, complete, 12 vols., cloth, $lO.
fa 4S " 27 vols., hen calf, $34; .ke.,
All of the above Books I will deliver in Harrisburg
free of elocge. FaRNGH,
278 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. O.
"SNAL ANA B<tV,T , by this author Of "Wide, Wide
World," • Dor are <Lad Coats." &c.
"HISTORY 02 111.142110111881," bj A. Stevens. LL.D.
for eats at SCUMMY ERS' BOONATORE,
sp9 No. 18 Marko et.
A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
RICHLY-GILT AND ORNAMENTAL
Of n►riout Designs and Colore r for 8 cents,
TISSUE PAPER AND CUT FLY PAPER,
At fuip2,4l SOK IMF ER'S BOOKSTORE.
?1J ALL Par Eli! w Am, PAPER!!
4ast received, our Spring Stuck of WALL PAPER.
BOR,IMRS FILM; SUR, c., &c. it is the largest
And best ssieeied assorts.eut in the eity,saugii4in price
from six (ti) Gouts up to nun dollar and aquarter ($1.2.5.)
As we purchase very low for cash, we are prepared to
gull at as low rates, if not lower. than can be had elan
where. If purchasers will call and examine, we feel
couttlent that we can please them in respect to price
and atality, E. H POLLOCK & SON,
aga Below Jones , !louse, Market Square.
ETT Et, CAP, MUTE PaPERS,
Peus, Holders, Pencils, Envelopes, Sealing Wax, of
the best quality, at low prices, direct from the manu
niarSo ECHEPPER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
LAW BOOKS I LAW BOOKS !!-A
general +assortment of LAW BOOKS, all the State
'Reports and Standard Elementary Works, with many of
the obi English &Torts, scarce and rare, together with
large vritkortment of second-hand Law Books, at very
low prices, at ihs ens price. Bookstore of
E M. POLLOCK k SON,
Market Square, Harrisburg.
IN ARRIVAL OF
APPROPRIATE TO THE SEASON!
SILL LINEN PAPER
FANS! P A 91 8!! BANS!!!
ANOTHER AND SPLENDID LOT OF
SPLICED FISHING NODS!
Trout Plies, Rat and Hair Buoode, Grass Linea, Silk
Ind Hair Plaited Lines, SRO a guaecal assortment of
A GREAT VARIETY OE
Which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest!
Silver Read Loaded Sword . Hickory Fancy
Canes! Canes! CALMS! CALM! Canes!
HELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STOEN,
NO. In MARKET STEER?,
Routh aide, one door east of Fourth street je9.
WORKER IN TIN,
SHEET IRON, AND
Second Strout, Wow Chestnut,
18 prepamd to fill orders for any article in his branch of
business; and if not on hand, he will make to order on
ETALL IC ROOFING, of Tin or Galvanized Iron,
tiOnatatitly on hand.
Also, fin and Sheet-hen Ware, Spontilig,
Re hopes, by strict attention to the +►ants of his custo
mers, to merit and receive a generous share of public pat.
irr Every promise strictly fulfilled.
B. J. HARMS,
_i&117-411y1 Second Street, below Cheetttt.
MACKEREL, (N 05.1., 2 and S.)
EAMON, (very superior.)
RIAD. Olen and very fine-)
HERRING, (extra large.)
SMOKED HEBRINO. (extra Digby.)
SARDINES AND ANCHOVIES.
Of the above are ha'-e Mackerel in ulae. half. quarter
and eighth Mile Herring in win. e and hair bills.
The entire lot CIOW-DIRICCT FROM TUE rtainia/sa, and
will all them at the loweet market rates.
sepl4 WM. DOCK, JR., & CO.
VAMLIAY 1311iLti18, from 1.0 to 810,
str e w, and handsomely bound, printed on good paper,
with elegant akar new type, add at
8011104 , RR'S Cheap Roo t-gre.
fiRANBERRIO! I I-A SPLENDID LOT
just received by
R. a superior and oheap TABlik, or
SALAD OIL go to
EBLLRR'S DREG STORE.
?pm Fruit Growers' Handbook—by
WkklNG—wholesale and retail at
m^hat FIRPRBR 2 B Bookstore.
PERM CANDLESI—A large supply
14./ Just received by
sego WM. DOCK. Js.. & CO.
V ELLER'S DRUG STORE is the pleee
t• And tho bort oasortoaont of Porte MoonaiOt.
to half a square• Tea lines
WM. DOCK. JR-. & CO
4 P . ,
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TO THE PUBLIC! .
SOUTH SECOND STREET,
SEL•OW PRATT'S ROLLING MILL,
Where he has constantly on hand
LIKENS VALLEY BROKEN, EGG, STOVE AND
WILKESBARRE STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, STOVE
AND NIIT COAL,
ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY
ft will 1 delivered to consumers 4i9an 7 and full
icr CONSUMERS GIVE ME A CALL FOR YOUR
Ur Orders left at my house, in Walnut street, near
Fifth; or at Brubaker 9 B, North street; J. L. 3peoVes
Market Square; Wm. Bostick's, corner of Second and
South streets, and John Lingle's, Second and Mulberry
atreete, mill rocopre prompt attention.
COAL! CO , ,AL!!
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS
COAL BY T
P A TENT W EIGH CARTSt
NOW IS THE TIME
For every family to get in their supply of Coal for the
ninter...woighod at their door by the Patens Weigh
Carts. The accuracy of these Carts no one disputes, and
they never get out of order, as is frequently the case of
the Platform Scales; besides,' the consumer has the
aatilifaCtlea of proving the weight• of his Coal at him
I have a large supply of Coal on hand, 00 — ..:4:.t'eg of
S. M. CO.'S LYItENS VALLEY COAL all sizes,
• LYBENB VALLEY do It it
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP do.
All Coal of the best quality rained, and delivered free
from all impurities * at tho lowest rates, by the boat or
carload, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, September 24, 1860.—5ep25
UP TOW N!
PATENT WEIG.Ff CART s.
Far the convenience of my numerous uptown custom
erst I have established, in connection w.th my old yard.
a Branch Coal Yard opposite North street, in a line with
the Pennsylvania canal, having the office formerly occu
pied by Mx_ 8.. Harris, where consumers of Coal in that
tleinity and Verbeketown Can receive their Coal by the
PATENT WEIOR CANS,
WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HAULING,
And in any quantity they may desire, as low as can be
FIVE THOUSAND TONS COAL ON HAND,
Of LYKENS VALLEY and WILKE3BARRE, all sizes.
17'Willing Co rTiß6ntain
fair prices, but unwilling
to be undersold by any parties.
II:7'AB Coal forked up and deliverel clean and free
from all impurities, and the best article mined.
Orders received at either y a rd will he promprlir
nd all Coal dclimed by the Patent Weirh Carts.
Coal sold by Boat, Car load, single, half or third of
tone, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, October 13. 186'3.—0ct1.5
EYKENS VALLEY NUT (NMI.-
Li For Sale AT TWO DOLLARS PIM TON.
may' All Coal dotivaradby PATENT iirEIG ff CA RTS
JAMES SL W LISEL , R,
1 . 13 Coatialivared from both yards, nnl7
lIELMHOLIPS H KLMBO LIP'S
ELMIIIII, D'S RELMBO LI)
MELMBOLIPS H ELMIOLLt S
ULELMBOLD 9 S HELM Ho S
LIELM BOLD'S HELMHOLIO $
HELMBOLD'S HELM HOLD'S
HELMHOLD 9 S MELMBOLD's
Extract Sacha, Extract Barba,
Extralt Swim, Extract Battu,
Extract Sturm, Extract i‘ncita,
Extract Buchu, Extract Sawn,
Eat act Dacha, Extract Buchu,
Extract Scow, Extract Buc.,n;
Extract Socials_ Earrtet 133utt
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE IdORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DIsORL PERS.
EC tt SECR ET AND' DELICATE &MORD,. ES.
FOR SECRET ANO DELICATE DiSoRt.ERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS
FOR SECRET AAD DELICATE 15-i nr•
FOIL SECRET AND DELICATE. DISORDERS.
A Positive and Specific Iterneuy.
A Positive and Specific Ermiedy.
A Positive and Specific It•mety•
A Positive and Specific Neatly.
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
A Positive and. Spec+fic Hem dy.
A Positive and Speatio Remedy,
FOR DISEASES uP THE
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KID vEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
_BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPsv,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, Efu. , NY's', DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, AWN). VS, Dnrip-sy,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, K. ItPNEY:4, DIM PSI.
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KID KEYS, DROPSY,
°ROAM') WilAit NESS,
ORGANIC WE *RN .4 4 8 - ,
ORGANIC WEAKN kSs,
ORGANIO WEAK NEM,
And all Diseases of .SO:guat Organ?,
And all Dis,:ases of Sexual ..rgandS,
And all Diseases of Sexual 0,4 , 003,
-And all Diseases of Sexual 0 Baas,
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
And all Diseases of S..eoal organs,
Excesses, Exposures, and 'marts leneies in Lire.
Excesses. Exposures, and Innnudencws in Life.
Excesses, Exposure=, and Impru&nc•ss in Idre.
Xxedsgea, Exposures, and Immtndeneii-s in Life,.
3:Seeesea, Exposures, and Itnianclonews in Lire,
Excesses, Exposures, and Inapru.oneiee in Life.
From whatever carve originating ..nd whether .xiating in
MALE OR lAL E. L
Females, take no more Pills! They are of no avail for
Complaints ineid.mt to the sex. Use
lielraboldia Extract Buda is a Medicine which is psi
featly pleasant in its
TASTE AND ODOR,
Bat immediate in its action, giving Health and Vigor to
th., Frame, Bloom to the Pallid Cheek, and restoring the
patient to a perfect state of
BPALTIT AND PURITY.
Ileimbnid i s Extract BunLa is prep tred according to
Pharmacy end Chemistry, and is pe , ll. Muss and used by
THE MOST EMINENT PHY,ICIALYS.
Delay no longer. Piocure the remedy at once .
Price p 1 per hottle, or ids for a.
D..pot 101 Sonth Tenth street, Philadelphia.
BEWARE OF plirtatiGlPLED DEALERS
Trying to pkilm off thnir own or other aaielen of BUM
on the reputation nankin(' by
BELMnoLD 7 A EXTRACT BUOBU,
The Oaginal nod only (*.nuke..
We nonre io ran on tho
MERIT OF OUR ARTIMR
ThPir'ata wurttoa4 —is I efs rases and corn
u t iegionly, antiamnontly caving a much hrtta prout.
WL DEPY 00 4P.MITION
lIELMBOLD*I3 EXTRACT BOORU.
Take ao whet..
&id by JOHN WYETM, Druggist, corner of Market and
Second strt-rte, narrighltrg.
AND ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
nog dealt 3m.
E XTRACTS! EXTRACTS!!
WOODOWORTH & RUNNJL'B '
SUPERIOR FLAVORING EXTRACTS
DINE APPLE L
PAD LE S,
Jut received and for s VANILLA,aIe be
le2S DOOK, he., a co.
CITY LIVERY 6TAIiLE6,
."I'A BLACKBERRY ALLEY, ink
IN THE REAR OF HERR'S HtiTF.L.
The undersigned 11.. s rr-cowmen ed the I. IVERY
BU.-INE. , :s in hi. NEW AND SEACIOES:orABLES,
located a+ above. with a large and vari• d stork of
NURSES, (U RR IAo Es AND 0111 MB USES,
Which he will hire at moderate rates.
Oct aday F. IC. SWARTZ.
Li J A N K A. It A
Successor to WM. Peren
gjyymy & ANGIE; STALIfix
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.
s ' 1 111K.K 0 0)
HAVING purchased the interest of .7. Q. Adams n the
establishment. and made large additions to the stock. the
undersigned is prepared to 4cconimodeta the public with
.ttJPliltlun U lhrihS for Budd IP OP Carina tilarnOtiell. Ana
with every variety of V Eli IC IJES of the latest and most
approved styles, on reasonable terms.
"'LIMBO KZ PARTY Bdi will be accommodated with Om
oitnisses at abort notice.
Carriages .tod Omnibuses, for funeral occasions, will be
?arhishad. accompanied by careful and Obliging drivers.
He invites an inspection of his stock, tattiAtied that it is
fully equal to that of any other eatahlishment oi the kind
in town. PRANH A. bIIIIIIIAY
The tindersigned like opened a branch of his “Livery and
Exchange Stable" in the buildings lately occupied by
W. Barr, in Fourth street, opposite the Bethel, where he
is prepared to accommodate the public with Horses and
Vehicles, at all times, on reasonable terms. His stook is
large and varied, and will recommend itself.
auld-dtf FRANK A. MURRAY.
That we hare recently added to our already full stook
OF F. A it 8
FOR Tim HANDKRVIIMIP:
ODOR OF MUSK,
LUBIN'S ESSENCE BOUQUET,
FOR rag HAIR:
EAU LUST RAUL
CRYSTALIZED POM AVM
MYRTLE AND VIOLET POMATUM.
FOR 'PRI COMPLEXIO2I:
TALC OF VENICE,
ROSE LEAF POWDER,
NEW MOWN HAY POWDER,
BLANC DE PERLES.
MOSS ROSE, •
NEW MOWN HAY,
J (KM EY CLUB.
Having the largest stock and beet assortment or Toilet
Articles. we fancy that we are better able than our com
petitors to get up a complete Toilet Set at any price de
sired. Call amid see.
Always WI hen', a FRESH Stock of DRUGS, MED
CIN ES, CH F 2 conseytiont of our re
ceiving almost daily wid Vella thert'w-
K ELI, ERIS DltUlli AND FANCY STORE,
91 Market Street, two doors heat of Fourth Street,
sera South side.
P. J. MSS. W. F. OBLBA.
JOHN J. OSLER & BROTHER,
(BLICOBSSORS TO JAMBS M. B OZ.)
FOUND mitS ALAD ffiltCllll NISTS,
Corner &nosy/rank Railroad and State Street,
CIL GEARING, IRON FR `NrRS, RAILROAD
AND CANAL Woßir,
AND ALL DBBOILIPTIONii OP
ON HAND OR MADE TO ORDER.
MACHINE WORK AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY
ATTBN BED TO.
PATTERNS MADE TO ORDER.
We halm a large and complete ariCortMent of Platonic
to select from. au22
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICSi
TO WH/OH TIE MITI TNT
ATTENTION OF THE AFFLICTED!
For sale at
SOTLEFFER , S BOOKSTORE,
ap9 No. 18 Market at
WE OFFER TO
A New Lot of
Of Beautiful Styles, substantially made
A Splendid Assortment of
A New and Elegant Perfume,
KNIGhTS TEISIPLARS , BOQUET,
Put up in Cut Glass Engraved Bottles.
A Complete Assortment of
Of the best Manufacture.
A very Dandeome Variety of
POWDBR POYV BOXES.
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
91 Market street,
B OOTS AN SHOES.
JACKSON do CO.
luxe opened a Boot and Shoe Store at No Dog MAR
KET STREET, corner of Fourth, where they keep con
stantly on hand a full and varied'assortment of the
BEST CITY MADE~HOES.
Having been engaged in the SHOE UPPEII BUSI
NESS in this city for more than a year, they are pre
pared to make ALL KINDS OF FANCY SHOES to
order, at short notice of the beat materials, and war
ranted to give datisfaction every way.
Please call and examine my assortment before
ID — Remember the place-90X Market street, sign o
the [nol7-d3mj GOLDEN BOOT.
LUCKNOW CH UTNY,
Silt ROBERT PEEL,
)EA DINO SAUCE,
ENGLISH PEPPER SAUCE.
For /rale by WM. DOCK, Jb., 4. CO.
DIOTTVILLE GLAt•S WORKS, •
WINE, PORTER, MINERAL WATER, PICKLE AND
OP MIRY umlciiirTioN.
R. 0. & N. W. BENNER%
0c19411y 27 South Front atom% Phibutelptifs.
QtAISNLOBIOS Bookstore is the place to
I - 1 buy , inid Pf4no-,Ar4MihtBd
v raabsit's DRUG STORE is the place
11 to ba Potosi 11•410
S itltiiL PA., MONDAY, JAN U:k RY 7, U 461.
u_RoVER & BAKER'S
FAM.LY AND MANUFACTURING
$4O AND UPWARDS.
PRICES ES VABLISHED FOR SEVEN YEARS
THE GROVER & BAKER
3 EWING MACHINF.
sudten the anly nem (armed by a Sewing Wahine, in
which each glitch is independently locked and without
derinlem e 1111011 the uther stitches for strength, and
the only I hat will admit of the thread being cut at
every fuurth stitch without injury to the seam in wear.
THE GROVER Sr, BAKER
fa adapted to all varieties of fabrics, sewing equally
well the &teat Swiss muslin or the heaviest cloth or
leather, awl requiring no adjustment for any kind of
sewing other than the adaptation of needles and thread.
THE GROVER & BAKER
Sews from ordinary sproic without rewinding, and fastens
its own seams, thereby saving lime and thread. It will
sew common spool cotton, silk and linen thread:with
THE GROVER & BAKER
Is so simple that an intelligent child of ten years can
readily learn to operate it. It is more easily kept in
order than mks , other machine, and need not be taken
apart to be oiled.
THE GROVER & BAKER
Mabee the only Alt& that cannot be injuredby washing
and ironing, and the only stitch that forma an elastic
and durable seam. Fabrics put together by this stitch,
may wear out and drop to pieces from original weakness
or hard usage, but come apart or give away at the seams
they cannot; they will bold together when the cloth or
calico around them hangs in rags or batons.
CHATONEE & WALTER, General Agents, 18 Fifth
Mt. JAMES R...KEMBLA Fourth and Market streets,
Agent for Harriaburg,, where the Machinea may at all
thues be seen in operation.
MEND FOR A CIRCULAR .ca
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
/NEIN BAS? DONNER OF 11TH AND NEAREST STREETS.
AI/JOINING THE I'EPHI6YLVAMA HAIL-
- ROAD DEPOT,
The undeisigned would respectfully inform the Publie
tbnt he h tear,. the ~}eve MAW., formerly known aq
Tilt; pietlON UOUSKA, ,, which he hue refitted end
..wi r iurei.hed through••ut.
The Ro<rine Are sleaciouv end en mined ieltS, and furnished
with every convenience to be found iu the beat Ulotele ie
The —UNITED ST AT ES" la admirably located for the
convenience or travol..rm, being under the swum roof with
the Pennsylvanni Railroad Repe l itrid time saving bin
hack hire and porterage of b.ggago. No palm will be
Allured to render the •' UNITED ST AT ES" a Vensant and
Jgreemble residence to all who may favor it with their
Patronage Charges moderate.
0c2.2-d3nwly H. W. HANAGA, Proprietor.
B U 1. t 1 L ki U U 6 E
•ORO. J. BOLTON, Paoratwrolt.
The above well known and long established Hotel is
now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being iu a
great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship
of Mr. Gaoaoe J. BOLTON, who has been an inmate of
the house for the last three years, and is well known to
Thankful for the liberal patronage which it has en.
joyed, I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public
favor. je7•dhwy WILLIAM BUEHLER.
THE DELAWARE MUTUAL
SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS. $904,907.51.
COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS $1.219,475:19.
The undersigned, as Agent for the above well known
Companies. will make Insurance against lons or damage
by Ore, either perpetually or annually, on property in
either town or country.
Marine and Inland Transportation Risks also taken.
Apply personally or by letter to
decl-awly Harrisburg, Pa.
I) ROOL AMATlON.—Where:ts, the
i Honorable JOHN J. PEARSON, President of the Court
of coovuoa Pleas in the Twelfth Judicial District, con
sisting of the counties of Lebanon and Dauphin .and the
Ron. A. 0. IIIESTER and Hon. Fulda NISELET
ate Judges in Dauphin county, having issued their pre
eept,. bearing date the 10th day of December,lB6o, to the
directed, fur holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace
at Harrisburg. for the county of Dauphin, and to com
mence on the 3d Monday of January, being the 21.51
day of January, 1861, and to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Jus
tices of the Peace, Aldermen, and Constables of the said
county 01 Dauphin, that they be then and there in their
propel persons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
with their records, inquisitions, examinations, and their
owe remembrances, to do those things which to their
oilier appertains to he done, and those who are bound in
recognisances to prosecute against the prisoners that are
or shall be in the Jail of Dauphin county, be then and
there to prosecute against them as shall be just.
Given under my hand at Harrisburg the 15th day cd
December, in the year of our Lord, 1860, and in the
eighty-third year of the independence of the United
States. J. D. BOAS, Sheriff.
Harrisburg. December 15.1860. I delB-d&wt4
C. P. VOLLMER
Ia prepared to do all kinds of work in the
Pays particular attention to MAKING AND r'UTTING
DOWN CARPETS. MAKING AND REPAIRING MAT
TRASSES. REPATRINO FURNITUaR. atc- &e. He
can be found at all times at his residence, Is ihe rear of
the Williun Tell lloase, corner of Raspberry and Black
berry alleys sep29-dly
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER.
JAMES M. W HEELER,
AGENT FOE ALL
POWDER AND FUSE
I. E DUPONT IIE 141010ITTIS & CO.;
ID" A large nupply alwa.ve on hand For able anti=
adorer's prices litagoside two miles below town.
grOrders received at Warehouse. non
Ely Vane `Oinion.
MONDAY MORNING, JAN. 7, 1861.
TILL ROBBE'RS OINIrAYLES.
The Naples correspondent of the Morning
Post, in naticing the prevalence of robberies in
thau city, gives an account of the singular or
gaeizatiou by which the Neapolitan thievee are
beaded together : •
" The regular Neapolitan thieves are, far the
most part, well known to the police cifteers, and
even to the population generally; but few per-
Loos have sufficient Courage to denounce them,
iu c• nse quence of their forming a widely-vs--
tended socifly, one with vast ramifica.ions,
and exercising a surprising amount of power
over all classes of society, so that the individual
who vt ntures to prosecute one of its members,
or to appear as a vvitttesg against hict,is tole
rably sure of getting into trouble. This immense
gang is known by the name of "The Company
of the Cemorristi." It includes countless grades
in its vast. body. There is the common pickpock
et,the daring burglar, awl the polished, affable,
accomplishedswindler. They go to work in the
following way: Every mornings certain number
of the Catnorrisli at e told ollevhose business is to
collect contributions for the day. They spread
themselves over the whole city, but chiefly
take their stand about the vegetable and fish
markets, or in fact, wherever provisions for
daily consumption are being sold. Each vendor,
as he enters the market, is compelled to pay
to the agents of the Clunorristi Whatever sum
they may demand. A countryman, for example,
brings his basket of fresh eggs, which he might
hope to dispose of for ten carlini. The Camor
rista presents himself to the countryman, and
says, My worthy friend, you must pay me
three earlini.' The Neapolitan [lodge is well
aware thst he must submit to the inexorable
logic of facts,' and therefore pays. Of course
the countryman claps other three carlini on
the contents of the basket,- to compensate bim
for the extorted tribute, and every man in
Naples who buys an egg from him pays his
ndireet contribution to the impost of the Ca-
morristi. Now what is here practiced in the
case of the petty venlor of ergs, and with him
only to the amounrof three carlini, is practiced
in every branch of trade throughout Naples,
in proportion to the importance which such
industry or commerce may possess. To the
demand of tribute thus made by the Camorristi
no resistance is offered—no attempt to procure
an abatement of the sum ; still less does the
person arbitrarily taxed dare to denounce the
extortioner to the police; for he knows right
well that before sunset he would, in all proba
bility, be soundly cudgelled, and perhaps be-
tnre neat sunrise would have his Liu oat cut.—
Such at least was the state of matters under
rue old Bourbon police. No one dared to de
nounce to its officers the extortions of the
Gamorristi; for it was no orious that Many of
the police themselves were ' the most active
menit.ers of the gang; so that the tradesman
who gave information to the police became
known at once to the whole .body, and was
Jpectlily made away with. From the wealthier
merchantsthe tax is not levied in money, but.
toe Camorristi coolly enters the shop, choosing
whatever suits his fancy, tells the shopkeeper
to send in his account as soon as he likes,
walks off with his booty, nod the plundered
iraiestnan, if he knows, or as soon ne he knows,
that his cusionier is a Comorristi, can only
shrug his should.-rs and thank his stars tont
on worse thing has befall , it him. In the Nes
oolitsn • hells' the Camoriisii regularly plants
detreb by the side or the ,roupier, ,+u.l levies
his per cetdage on every stake. Ae often as a
eabman gets a fare of a catlini or 10 grani,
about the lowest tare be can have, he is obiged
to pay one grani, or 10 per cent., to the Cam
orrista, who is pret y certain to be loitering not
tar off. Throughout the whole gang there
exist the most perfect discipline and subordi
nation to the chiefs, and these extend so far
that when, occasionally, a great robbery has
been committed, and in consequence of the
publicity it becomes neees-ary for the decorum
and character of the police that some individual
shall be arrested, the Camorristi, by whom the
robbery was planned and executed designate
one of their own members as the scapegoat,.
the apparent thief, thuugh perhaps he has not
had the slightest shore in that particular crime.
And it is a well-known fact that the Camorristi
who is thus sacrificed for the common interests
of the gang commonly plays his part to the
last with unshrinking nerve—undergoes the
formalities of his trial—is sentenced to the
galleys—suffers the sentence without uttering
a syllable—indeed, suffers everything because
the Camorristi have thus decreed and willed.—
But even when sent to the galleys he knows
that the Camorristi will not desert him. By
some mysterious process he finds within the
prison walls comforts unknown to his fellow
prisoners. The Camorristi never lose sight of
him whose fidelity has been proved. They
think and act for him, and he in return stilt
thinks and acts for them. In this new position
he becomes a member of the Societe Chiusa,
or close gang, consisting of those members of
the Camorristi who are in prisons or in the
galleys. These Chiusa still keep up a corres
pondence with the heads of the gang in the
capital. They levy their tribute on the pris
oners unconnected with their body who are
enclosed within the same walls, one seld. in
bears indeed of a case in which the Camorristi,
appointed to collect for the whole body, are
found guilty of malvertittion. The sums ob
tained by them are punctually paid into the
caisse of the gang, and the same punctuality is
observed, with the remittances regularly made
by the members in the public prisons. When,
as sometimes happens, a Carnorristi has been
condemned to death,d
an_, from the scandal of
the case, his accomplices are unable to rescue
him, the lictim generally dies content , d. In
deed till the very last moment he cherishes the
hope that, by some ingenious stratagem, some
secret influence, or even some daring violence
displayed in nis behalf, the sentence will be
prevented from taking place. The victims thus
selected are always the novices of their order.
The qualifications for admittance into the gang
are the proofs which the candidate has given
of his skill in theft, or of dexterity in wielding
the assassin's knife. The ramifications of the
Camorri extend even to the army."
The new police force, which is recruited in
great part from Tuscans, Lombards, and Pied
montese, neither sympathizes with nor dreads
this terrible gang. , t Within the last few days
about 30 of the members haie been arrested,
and amongst them even two or three of the
SINGULAR Suguma.—The 13011 of the colonel
of the Italian legion at
.Montevideo ' who was
an old friend and fellow soldier of Garibaldi,
recently passed a few days at the general's re
-Deane on the Wand of Caprera, and, on his
father's account, was treated with much kind
ness and attention by the patriot general.—
When the moment for departure arrived, the
young man, on entering the boat that was to
take him away, drew his pistol and shot him
if in the breast. for grief, as was supposed,
tit leaving his illustrious host. He only lived
a few houis.
BY 0. BARRETT & CO.
e,t DAILY PATRIOT AND UNION will he Served to eta
Jeri bere residing i n the Borough for six asses PER REIM
psribi6 to the Carrier. Mail rabseribera, soar DOL
LABS PIER ANNUM.
Tee wg,,,,T will b 9 published as heretofore, geml•
irtekly during the session of the Legislature, and once &
week the remainder of the year, ;or two dollars in adi•
ranee, or three dollars at the expirationof the year.
Connected with this establishment Is an extensive
SOb OFFICE, containing a variety of plain and fancy
type. nnonnalled by any establishment in the interior of
the State, for which the patronage or the putlie is es.
So peculiar, so striking were the CataCOMbS
of Paris, that although upwards of a quarter
of a century has passed away since I visited
theta, I still find them vividly reflected on the
mirror of toy memory; and as they have now
been shut up for the IMO twenty .)cars, and
will probably never again be thrown open, a
short sketch of my visit to them may, per
be not wholly uninteresting. As'l have
already said, it was some thirty years since,
one fi e morning, we drove. forth to see the
Slimly after passing the harrier, our car
riage came to a halt, and we all alighted.-.
Within a few yards of the road we found the
entrance to the catacombs. Here we were met
by g guide, who distributed two or three unlit
taperi amongst the gentleman of the party.
This was a mere precautionary measure; but
more than one rose faded from a fair cheek, as
this hint of a possibility of danger was com
municated to the party.
We now made a tedious descent down a cork
screw flight of steps, about one hundred an
twenty or onelundred and thirty in numbe
our only light being the lighted torch carrie
by our cicerone. The tail of the party (for wo
could only go down two abreast) were left wholly
in the dark. On ordinary occasions such a
circumstance would have elicited fun and frolic;
but at the present moment not a titter was
heard, not a joke was uttered. The rear kepi,
as close as they could to the leading persona,
apparently deeply awed at the idea of thus
approaching the most extensive place of Jinni=
sepulchre existing in the known world.
In five minutes we had all descended, and as
we gathered into a circle at the foot of the
stairs, the guide held his torch on high, and
waved it to and fro, the better to display the
scene around us.
We were in a chamber (or rather cellar)
hewed out of the gelid rock, which was some
what elaborately archdd over our heads. The
height in the centre might have been about
ten feet; the walls, from which the rock sprung
not more than six. The whole of this , portion
was covered in by human bones ; white skulls
formed a sort of border or cornice, and every
here and there were so arranged as to produce
an ornamental pattern. At the first glance
even some of the gentlemen shuddered, not
from a feeling of fear, but from an instinctive
horror they could not repress. Indeed, that
man must have been wholly divested of feel
ing, who could thus find himself in an undis
guised charnel house, some eighty. feet beneath
the surface of the earth, without a sensation
of disgust and awe—t'wo closely, yet strangely
"Look up," cried the guide: "look at the
black line in the centre of the roof; should
any accident befall you, and you have the
misfortune to get separated, follow it till you
arrive at this spot., and then ring yonder bell;
it will bring you succor. There is a much
thinner bar in another branch, which three
British officers followed by mistake, when the
British army were here, cud got so entangled
that their bodies were not found for three
weeks. They expired under one of the wells
which led to the surface; they probably per
ceived deylight, and died shouting for aesiet T
nue; het no one heard them."
This was not a pleasing prologue to our
day's eniertainment, and the ladies did not
hesitate to express their fears, at which the
guides laughed heartily; but there was no re
;pensive echo on our part.
We followed our leader through Several
branches extending nearly a quarter of a mile,
and at length came to a circular opening, where
there was erected an altar entirely formed of
deformed spinal bones ; and then went on
between two rows of grinning skulls, till we
arrived at a chamber, in the centre of which
was a basin of live fish that seemed to live in
health and happiness in this strange spot;
above us was one of'the wells spoken of by our
“What are the supposed origin of these eats
combs ?” asked Miss M
"Oh." replied our cicerone, without hesita-
tion, "they are the great quarries from which
the stone was taken by King Clovis to build
Paris ; they extend, in three different branches,
nine miles, and one passage leads under the
river almost to Montmatre."
t‘But how value they to be so well finished ?"
ILOh, they were arched and ornamented by
the monks who first lived in them, and only left
them when the brigands and secret societies
cleared them away, and took up their quarters
Little Mary Smith, who is always asking (W
-ish questions, naively demanded :
"Did they bring all these bones?"
"Not all, bladamoiselle, not at all; they were
turned out, or rather bunted out, about three
or four centuries ago, and the king who then
reigned had all these bones collected - and
brought here. It took fifteen years to arrange
"And whose bones are they ?"
' , Th a t' s the question; no one can tell ; _PM"
say the bones of the Innocents_ brought over
here; some say they are those of the Prostest
ants, who were killed in the St. Bartholomew
affairs; others declare that they were taken
out of every churchyard; while others belieVe
them to be the skeletons of those who perished
in the Great Plague."
This was the most unpleasant suggestion of
all. We now began to fancy that the close smell,
which annoyed our olfactory nerves might be
infectious; we might catch the plague; Ire
might fall victims to some abominable conta
gion; already we wished ourselves out of those
We now proceeded On through a continuation
of galleries, so similar in appearance that
there way little to remark. Our curiosity had
been satisfied, and we now felt satiety and
All of a sudden, our guide, with hie torch,
disappeared. The ladeis set up a general
shriek, and the gentleman for a moment or two,
vainly endeavored to dispel their fears ; but,
alas! they bad but. little cheering information
to give them. In less than a minute the man
re appeared, with his torch, laughing heartily
at the fright he bad given us. Ile had dodged
behind a screen of bones, and thus alarmed us;
he now rejoined us, much amused at the fun;
but his hilarity was of short duration, for an.
Irish young cousin of mine instantly knocked
him down, and, as be lay sprawling, the light
rolled from his hands, and had 1 not fortu
nately snatched it up, we might all have been
lost in the dark and puzzling mazes of these
fearful subterranean labyrinths.
The guide was raised and soothed; a Ere
franc piece restored his good humor, and hi
few minutes we reached the ascent which led
to the free air of heaven. I was glad I bad
seen those strange excavations. They are now
shut up, probably for ever and aye; but were
they again open, it would require a rich brit)e
to tempt me to revisit them.
The failure of Edward Lambert & Co.' the
great New York silk jobbers, is said to be a
very bad one. To one French importing firm
they are indebted $125,000. The personal
expenses of the head of the Aril; who hae beim
living in a quiet way in Brooklyn, are Idatest
to have been $167,000 in ten year,.' _
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