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TEE DAILY PATIUOT AND thonoli may be bad at
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
PATRIOT AND INION.—The DAILY PATRIOT AND
13mort can be bad by Dau phin subscribers, every
morning, at the periodical store of J. S. Pn.&ur.
Tnn Ls.—Under the change of schedule on
the different r ailroads, the time of closing the
mans at the jlarrisburg Post Office, April 15, 1861,
is as follows:
PEARSYLITANLI R. R.
Eant.-6 a. m.—way mail, 12.15 p. in., 9. p. in.,
3.3 0 p. ra-
Wast.-12 m.—way mail, 3.30 p. m., 9 p. m.
COLUMBIA. BRANCH, P. B. B.
3.30 p. m.
NORTHERN CENTRAL R. R.
South.-12.15 p. m.--way mail, 9.-p. m.
North.-1 p. m.
LEBANON 'PALLET IL IL
7.30 s. m.
DAWNED AND MCI. R. B.
1.30 p. m.
cturBERLAND VALLEY IL B.
7.30 a. m, 1 p. m.—way mail.
7 a. m., to Oettysburg, on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. 7a. m., to Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 1 p. in., to Lewisberry,
OFFICE 11011 BE ON SIJADAY.—From 7-1- to Si a.
and 3 to 4 p. m.
Postage to California, Colorado, Nevada, Dako
ta"' and Oregon, 10 cents.
All letters and transient newspapers are re
quired to be pre-paid by stamps before they can be
CARRIAGES AT Ancriow.—See the advertisement
in another column.
PATRIOTIC.—In every part of our town the "Stars
and Stripe?' are being flung in the breeze. Men
bare become belligerent, and fight after fight takes
THE RINGGOLD Arerm.any.—This company,
which arrived here on Tuesday night, are still lo
cated at Herr's Hotel and awaiting orders from the
Tug STARS AND Srnress.—The Star Spangled
Banner is now waving over many of our stores
and manufactories. The Union feeling predomi
nates, and patriots dare maintain it.
Fmarrs.—Several games of chance and the power
of the muscle were tried by the young men of our
town on Tuesday night. Cracked heads and dilap
idated pocket books will be the order of the day.
EN.roirtmo Tnumsar.vms.—The Reading Artille
rists, who arrived here on Tuesday evening, were
about and enjoyed themselves on the night of their
arrival. They behaved like gentlemen, and will
no doubt make good soldiers.
Ixraovasrears.—Mr. Burke is now engaged in
lowering the floors of his brick buildings in Third
street. Whittier has made the improvements, and
in a short time we may expect to see a row of law
offices on Third street.
Ta general of this division, R. C. Williams,
has appointed Cols. David J. Unger, Jos. Knipe
and Isaac 8. Waterbury, as his aids. They will
leave in a day or two. They are all old Mexican
soldiers, and good appointments.
TEE German adopted citizens of Harrisburg are
respectfully requested to meet at the Seven Stars
Hotel this evening at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
giving an expression of their opinions upon the
resent state of the country. L. BARNHART.
BURMA. Our A Glinmar.—The ordinance of
:Be City Council was enforced yesterday in the case
cf Thomas Finley, whose chimney was on fire night
Before last. Hi was fined $5 and the costs of prose
cution. Oar citizens should be a little careful, and
encourage the chimney sweeps.
nn PAxvou Bovs.—A ball was given at the Ex
change on Tuesday evening last- It was largely
attended and everything passed off quietly until a
secessionist let loose his dogs of war, and prepared
to fight. "Secesh" was vanquished on the thresh
old and seceded.
THE STARS AND &amts.—Within the past few
days a great number of national flags have been
ordered from the manufacturers in Philadelphia.
Several of our prominent merchants have ordered
flags of a large size, and in a few days they will
he floating from their business places.
Tug members of the Harrisburg Beneficial Soci
ety, desiring to attend the funeral of their late as
*Delete, Dr. B. L. Orth, are requested to assemble
at the room of the Society this afternoon, at half
past one o'clock. By order.
A. J. Fmtaa, Secretary.
TEE CiIfEHON GIIARDS. — This corps are now en
ergetically engaged in securing the names of new
recruits. They want men, and if there is any
young man who is disposed to shoulder his musket,
follow the flag; and keep step to the Union, let him
THE WAR SPlRlZ—Captain C. M. Donovan, for
member of the Legislature from Philadel
phia, has opened, at the State Huse, a muster roll
for the Constitutional Guards. The roll is being
rapidly filled up, and the Captain expects soon to
be on the march.
A Rzyn.ounerrost.—Yesterday was what might
, e called an ugly day—ushered in with a slight
sprinkling of snow, followed up by showers of rain,
and compelling a man to shiver and shake while
in search of items. Winter lingers in the lap of
?Arcing a little too losg, and - we would like the old
fellow to vamose the ranche as soon as possible.
MILITARY Apporwrstwars.—Gen. Win. H. Reim,
of the Second Division Pennsylvania Volunteers,
ins appointed the following staff:
Wm. A. Sands, of Reading.
Samuel Young, do.
Thomas J. Jordan, of Harrisburg.
Bartram A. Shaeffer, of Lancaster.
D. Reed, of 'Norristown.
Tan Cosi. CARTS—Despite of the ordinance of
the City Council, it appears that some of our cid
tens are disposed to fight against the laws. For a
long time past the people of our city have been in
'4 habit of dumping their coal on the sidewalks,
tr propelling their carts over the sidewalks. This
vas obnoxious to the people, who grunted and
growled; consequently, Mr. James M. Wheeler
was fined the sum of five dollars, lawful currency
" the United States, for violating the statute.
To PRODUCE CMG WAR AMONG RATS.—Take a
barrel with one head out, put in water of sufficient
depth to drown the rats. Fasten over the top
1 0me thin elastic covering—a drum-bead, or sheep
kin with the wool off will do. When they have
r 4 well baited, alit the cover transversely with a
%hi knife, so that the incision will meet in the
''-ntre. A brick should be set on its end in the
cater, or some solid substance of sufficient height
c; allow of one rat only to stand upon it. When
h!1 this is rightly prepared, the rats as they go en
1 4 barrel, will be let down by the trap door into
Ile water. A struggle will commence to obtain
t""-session of the island. Their cries for help will
tf beard by other rats about the premises, they will
44 _ upon the top of tree barrel, and be precipita
4tbe Water together, and a regular Kilkenny fight
POLICE MATTERS.—EIIen Ray volunteered her
services to take charge of the lock up on Tuesday
night. Ellen was accommodated and did enjoy
the hospitalities of the City Council; but as Ellen
was minus the small change, and could not pay a
fine, she was discharged.
John Demart, a volunteer, had been in search of
better times, and a place to make money. John
was was slightly inebriated, but on the promise
that he would reform be was discharged.
Charles Reinhart, dead broke and nary place to
stay, appeared before the Mayor, yesterday mor
ning, and was permitted to depart on the promise
of leaving the city.
A man by the name of Tom Cordon was arrested
on Tuesday night last, while attempting to break
into the office of the Telegraph. The man is evi
dently insane, for no man with souse would at
tempt to rob a printing office, and especially one
like the Telegraph. The Mayor sent him to jail
for five days, but we think be ought to have sent
him to the lunatic asylum.
Eby Byers was brought before the Mayor yes
terday morning, and fined the sum of $5 for dri
ving his coal cart over the pavement. The fine
was paid, and Mr. Byers seceded.
- Laura Naylor, a vagrant of the first water, but
at the present moment slightly decomposed, took
lodgings in the Exchange on Tuesday evening.—
After enjoying the hospitalities of the place, and
a piece of bread, she was permitted to depart.
John Blake thought that he had a right to tax
the citizens of this county with a night's lodging,
and, consequently, John engaged the hospitalities
of Dan Calendar, at the Hotel, in Walnut street,
and in the morning vamosed.
SHORT WORDS.—The most vigorous and expres
sive words in tire English language, says an ex
change, are of one syllable, and a large proportion
of them are of Danish, Saxon and Celtic origin.—
Our soft, long words are principally from the Greek
and Latin. That curtest and most sonorous of
negatives, No, is from the Saxon ; and so is its an
tithesis, Yes. Home, too, is Teutonic. The an
cient Northmen were shorn talkers, and managed
to condense a world of meaning into a single sylla
ble. Their words, like their blows, were emphatic;
and the deeper we go into the "well of English
undefiled," the more of them we find. The clear
est and best writers of our mother tongue used, and
still use, monosyllables as their most effective mis
siles in argument. Cobbett hurled them like stones
from a sling, and many a grandiloquent Goliah
went down before them. Of late years, since
"word-painting" came into fashion, and inflation
has been mistaken for eloquence, long compounds
have been in vogue, and the brief and pithy nouns
and verbs have been shoved aside to make room
for patchwork words, which the unclassical readers
who has never delved amtng Greek and Latin
roots, cannot understand without a dictionary.—
All this is in bad taste. Simplicity and clearness
are the sterling elements of a wholesome literature.
Men who write and speak for the purpose of in
structing and interesting the masses, should employ
language that needs no transalation to make it
comprehensible to the graduates of the people's
colleges—the common schools. It is a great mis
take to suppose that big words are necessary to
express big thoughts. The simpler the dress of a
grand idea the better. Let those who think other
wise read the Psalms, or the Book of Job, or the
CHILDREN.-Our city is blest with a goodly pro
portion of these charming little specimens of hu
manity. In walking along the streets of a pleasant
day they are to be met with in any number—some
in the arms, or walking by the side of their nurses,
others drawn in tiny carriages—all of them with
bright faces and sparkling eyes under the genial
influence of the open air. We always feel willing
to turn aside and yield them the right of way.—
Surely a man cannot be right-minded who does
not feel refreshed and purified in the presence of
these wonderful little creatures.
A sphere of innocence surrounds them, to which
even a rugged heart cannot be insensible. A
child is truly "an angel in the house." When it
makes its mysterious advent in the world, it draws
around itself a cluster of affection from young and
old, from parents and brothers, and sisters and
servant& The influence for good which a child
exercises is incalculable. Truly may we exclaim,
in language of Holy Writ, "Lo, children are an
heritage of the Lord. As arrows are in the hands
of the mighty man, so are the children of the
youth. Happy is the man that hath his quiver
full of them." Let those who are impatient at the
noise and fretfulness of children—fathers especi
ally. for mothers seldom are—remember often to
recur to the 12th Psalm. Children confer fully as
much benefit as they receive, for we are - lold that
"they talk with the enemies at the gate"—thus
helping by their angelic innocence to repel our
TRIBUTE OF BOTEEM.—At a meeting of the Phy
sicians of the city of Harrisburg, held en Tuesday
afternoon, on motion of Dr. E. W. Roberts, Dr. W.
W. Rutherford was chosen President, and Dr. Win.
H. Egle, Secretary. The following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopted
.In the dispensations of an all-wise
Providence it has pleased him to remove from the
well-tired scenes of his earthly labors Dr. EDWARD
L. OATH, one endeared to this community by every
tie of humanity, by his deeds of philanthropy and
acts of kindness in the profession which he so no
bly adorned and honored ; therefore,
Resolved, That it is with emotions of the deepest
regret that we are called upon to mourn the loss of
one of the seniors in our profession ; and as an hum
ble testimonial to bis undying worth, we offer to
his bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy in this,
the dark hour of their affliction, and commend them
to the consolations of Rim " who tempers the wind
to the shorn lamb." -
Resolved, That as a further manifestation of our
respect and esteem for the departed we attend hie
ioneral in a body.
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings be
communicated to the family of the deceased and
also furnished to the newspapers of the city for
THE MONEY MARKET.—The Philadelphia Ledger
says: The hearty energy with which the Admin
istration seems disposed to press the war, some of
our cotemporaries profess to think, will not be
likely to injure the trade and business of the large
cities, nor much, if any, impair credit. We con
fess we should like to see it so, but cannot. Theis
is too much reason to fear a weakening of all credit
and a steady sinking of all prices ; and especially
WAR, WAR, WAR!—To arms, to arms, ye brave.
Mr. James M. Wheeler, the agent fur the sale of
the celebrated Du Pont's gun and rifle powder,
has just received a fresh supply, which he offers
for sale at manufacturer's prices. This powder is
known to be far superior to any ether manufac
tured in the States, and can be obtained in any
quantity at the depot. All orders left at the ware
house will be promptly attended to. See the ad
Tun Governor has made the following military
appointments, in addition to those published in the
Senate proceedings in another column :
Major Generals—Robert Patterson, of Philadel
phia; Wm. 11. Beim, of Berks.
Brigadier Generals—Geo. Cadwallader, of Phil
adeiphia ; Giorge C. Wynkoop, of Sehuy !kill; Ed
mund C. Williams, of Dauphin ; Jas. a Negley, of
MORE TaooPs.--The Washington Artillery, nun -
baring 130 men, under the command of Captain
Ren, arrived in town last night, and put up at the
Exchange, in Walnut street. Captain M'Donald,
with his company of infantry, numbering 94 men,
from Schuylkill county, also arrived in the same
train. Other companies arrived,. the names of
which we could not ascertain.
THE n ewest materials fur spring dresses are
those in wool, woven in small bouquets of colored
flowers; Irish poplins, striped or flowered; foul
ards, which are to be much worn; brocade silks;
poplins, checked with white, maize or groseille;
moire antique, with embroidered flowers and gre
nadines, and wait de sole, with which they make
elegant dinner dresses. For further particulars
inquire at the dry goods stores, who advertise in
the PATRIOT AND UNION.
NOTICE.—The ordination exercises of the Rev.
W. S. Wood, pastor elect of the Baptist church of
this city, will take place this afternoon, in the
church, on Pine street, corner of Second. The
Council will meet at 2 o'clock p. m., and the ordi
nation services will commence at 71 o'clock in the
evening. The sermon on the occasion will he
preached by Rev. Prof. Curtis, of Lewisburg Uni
The exercises will be public, and a cordial invi
tation is hereby given to the clergy and all such
as may wish to attend.
To PREVENT TOOLS FROM RUSTlNG.—Thousands
of dollars are lost each year, by the rusting of
plows, hoes, shovels, &e. Some of this might be
prevented, by an application of lard and resin to
all steel or iron implements. Take three times as
much weight of lard as resin, and melt them to
gether. This can be applied with a brush, er cloth,
to all surfaces in danger of rusting, and they can
easily be kept bright. If:tools are to be laid away
for the winter, give Odes& coating of this, and
you will be well repaid_ It can be kept for a long
time, and should be always at hand ready for use.
Thousands of men breath, move, and live, pass
off the stage of life, and are beard of no more.—
Why ? They do not a particle of good in the world
and none are blessed by them; none could paint to
them ns the instrument of their redemption; not
a word they spoke could be recalled, and so they
perished; their lights went out in darkness, and
they were not remembered mere than the insect of
yesterday. Will you thus live and die, 0 man
immortal? Live for something. Do good, and
leave behind you a monument of virtue, that the
storm of time can never destroy. Write your name
in kindness, and love, and mercy on the hearts of
thousands you come in contact with, year by year,
you will never be forgotten. No; your name, your
deeds, will be as legible on the hearts you leave
behind as the stars on the brow of evening. Good
deeds will shine as the stars of heaven.
Awnings sewed at the office of the Wheeler J 6
Wilson Sewing Machine Company, Third it Mar
ket streets. apl2-2w.
NEW ARRIVAL! NEW ARRIVAL !--Just received
a large assortment of new spring goods. We name
in part, 10 pieces of beautiful Challise, 121, worth
18k; 10 pieces of Traveling Dress Goods, at 8,
worth 12A-; 50 pieces of bleached and unbleached
Muslin, 10, worth 12i; 50 pieces of bleached Mus
lin, 12k, worth 15 ; also, a very large stock of
Cassimeres and other summer stuff for men and
boys' wear. Stella Shawls very cheap. Broohe
Bordering, at 25,37 and 50 ets. ; also, a large stock
of Cambrics and Swiss Muslims. Please call and
examine at • S. Lawv's,
at Rhoads' Old Corner,
Corner of Market and Second streets
THE GREAT ENGLISH ItrelMEDY.—Sir
James Clarke's Celebrated Female PilL, prepared from a
prescription of Sir J. Clarke, M. D., Physician Extracall
nary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates all eveeas and re
moves all Obstructions and a speedy cure may be relied en.
it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring on
the monthly pealod with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
• THESE PILLS SHOULD NOT BS TAKEN BY MULES DURING
TER FIRST THREE MONTHS or PREGNANCY, AS THEY ARB
BIRO TO BRING Oki MISOIERIAGB, BUT AT ANY OTHER, TIM
TENT ARE SAFE.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affection. ! Pain in the
Rack and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of
the Need, Hysterics and Whites, these Pile will effect a
cure when all other means have failed, and'although epow
erful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or
anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be earefully preserved.
N. 8.—51,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing over 60
pills, by return mail.
For sale by 0. A. BATiSTVART. narttsburg. jy7-dawly
HELISIBOLD'S EXTRACT BIM HO,
THE GREAT DIURETIC•
HELMBOLDII EXTRACT BUMF,
T Fl C. GREAT DIURETIC:
lIKLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
THE GREAT DIURE no.
HELMBOLD'E EXTRACT BUCEW,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And a Positive and Spec'fic Renody for Diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
And all Diseases of the Urinary Organs.
Bee Advertisement In another column. Cut it out, and
send for the Medic ne.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
Mothers, read this.
The following is an extract from a letter written by
a pastor of the Baptist Church to the Journal and
Messenger, Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes in
favor of that world-renowned medicine—Bfas. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING
1 .. We see an advertisement in your columns of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Naw we never said a word
it favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel rompelled to say to your readers, that this is no
brlebLft, —WE HAW TRIED IT, AND KNOW IT TO BE ALL IT
CLAMS. It is, probably, one •f the most successful
medicines of the day, because it is one of the best. And
those of your readers who have babies can't do better
than to lay in a supply. sep29-d&wly
Cristadoro's Hair Dye
THE ONLY DYE
TILE ONLY DYE
THE ONLY DYE
THE ONLY DYE
THE ONLY DYE
THE ONLY DYE..
For all who desire to have the color of their hair changed
with safety, certainty and rapidity, to any shade they
may desire. Manufactured by J CHISTA DORO, 6 Astor
House, New York. sold everywhere, and applied by all
Hair Pressers. marl9-dawlm
Dr. Brunon's Concentrated Remedies.
No. 1. THE GREAT REVIVER, speedily eradicates all
the evil effects of SELF-ABUSE, as Loss of Memory,
Shortness of Breath, Giddiness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Dimness of Vision, or any constitutional derangements of
the system, brought on by the unrestrained indulgence of
the passions. Acts alike on either sex. Price One Dollar.
No. 2. THE BALM will cure in from two to eight days,
any case of GONOREWE d, is without taste or smell, and
- equires no restriction of action Or diet. For either sex.
price One Dollar.
No. 3. THE TEEM will care in the shortest possible
ime, any vase of OLE kT, even after all other Remedie s
nave failed in produce the desired effect. No taste or smell
Price One Dollar.
No. 4 THE PUNITER is the only Remedy that will
really care Strictures of the Urethra. No matter of how
tong standing or neglected the cue may be. Price One
No. 6. THE SOLUPOR will cure any case of GRAVEL,
permanently and speedily remove all afflictions of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Dollar.
No. 6 FOR P A KTICULARB SEE CIRCULAR.
No. 7 THE AMARIN will cure the Whites radically,
and in a much shorter time than they can be removed by
any other treatment. In fact, is the only remedy that will
really correct this disorder. Pleasant to take. Price One
No. 8. THE ORIENTAL PARTILE are certain, safeand
speedy in producing MENSTRUATION, or correcting any
Irregularities of the monthly periods. Price Two Dollars.
No 9. FOR PARTICULARR sF,lt CIRCULAR.
Either Remedy sent free by mail on receipt of the price
annexed. Enclose postage stamp and get a Circular.
General Depot North-Kist corner of York Avenue and
Callowhill Street. Private Office 401 York Avenue, Phila
Forsale in Harrisburg only by C A. RANNVART. where
Circulars containing valuable informaten, with full de.
scriptions of each case, will be delivered gratis. on appli
cation. Address DR. IP ELIE BRUNON,
myl-dl.l u. 0. Boa 00, Philadelphia, Pa.
• Ever analyzed
Sworn to be poisonless
....For a living brown
...For a perfect black
..That defies detection
,That is instantaneous
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD.-13RANDRETH'S
PILLS WARRANTED TO CURE FEVER AND Amm.—The
effect of purging with BRANDRETH'S PILLS is to re
store the health, no matter from what cause it may be
suffering. They take out all impurities from the sys
tem; and they have the same power of expulsion over
miasm, poisonous vapor of decayed vegetables, or indeed
any poisonous exhalations breathed by man whatever.
In fact, if the blood is poisoned, it is impure, and im
pure blood results in disease.
though innocent as bread, yet they are capable of puri
fying the blood and curing disease. So, they cure. all
kinds of fevers, all asthmas, catarrhs, costiveness and
painful affections of every kind.
Sold, price 25 cents, at N 0.294 Canal eet, New York,
and by all Druggists. Also, by GEC H BELL, corner
of Second and Chestnut streets, Harrirtvrg, and by all
respectable dealers in medicines de9-d&wlm
An experienced nurse and female physician, has a Sooth
ing Syrup for children teething, which greatly facilitate
the process of teething by softening the gums, reducing as
inilartmation—w4ll allay all pain, and is aura to regulate
the bowels. Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to
yourselves, and relief and health to your infants. Per
ectly safe in all oases, See advertisemm - : in another col
u un. ai g14,1859-ditArly
MANDI 0 O D.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATURE, TREAT
MENT AND RADICAL CURE OF MR HATORRIIBA,
or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness,
Involuntary Emissions and Impotency, resulting from
Self-abuse. &e. By Robt. J. Oulverwell, M. D. Sent
under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post
paid, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. CHARLES J. O.
N.LINB, 127 Bowery, New York. Post Office Box. No.
200 CARRIAGES AT AUCTION.
SECOND SPRING SALE FOR 1861.
In consequence of the exti &ordinary money pressure
of the times, and the accumulation of his stock of
The subscriber will hold a Second Sale for this Spring,
1861, which will take place
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1861.
AT TEN O'CLOCK,
AT THE PHILADELPHIA BAZAAR,
NINTH AND SANS 031 STREETS, PHILADA.
The assortment (about Two Hundred) will be fully
equal to that offered at the first Sale, including all the
most modern styles. and from some of the best makers of
Philad.'lphia and Wilmington.
j_U - The sale will be positive.
11:7'No postponement on account of the weather.
ALFRED M. lIERKNESS,
LOST—A small sized ENGLISH TEE
RIME DOG-; answers to the name of "Tip;" black
with yellow paws. The finder is requested to return
him to the store of DI. G. EINSTEIN, Market Square.
QCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHAN
NA RAILROAD COMPANY.—The Annual Meeting
and Election of the Stockholders of the Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad Company, as required by their
charter, wl.l be held at the Continental Hotel, in the
city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Monday, May
6th, 1861, at 12 o'clock, M., for the purpose of choosing
a Pretcdent and six Managers to serve for the ensuing
year, and also for the consideration of such other busi
ness as may properly be brought before said meeting.
FRANK S. ROND, Secretary.
April 13, 1861.—aplii-dtd
THE Partnership of S. L. WCULLOCH
& CO. was dissolved by mutual consent on the Ist
- day of July, 1860. and I ant now closing up the books of
the Company, and all persons indebted to the firm must
settle their accounts on or before the 20th inst., or they
will be left for collection: and those having claims
against the same will please present them to the under
signed, at his office, No. 126 Market street.
S. L. 'CULL° CH .
I have a TWO-HORSE LUMBER WAGON and a good
TOP BUGGY WAGON, which I will sell at a bargain.
ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS,
MOUNT JOY, LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNA.
Students prepared for College or business. Location
pleasant, healthy and easy or access by Pennsylvania
Central Railroad. For Circulars containing terms, tes
timonials, A-c., address the Principal.
ap4-10tda4tw E. L. MOOItEI
THE BIBLE ON InVOROE.—The
lowing words Itre from Mark x. v. 9, 12
“What, therefore, God has joined together let not man
"Whosoever shall put away his wife and marry another
committetb adultery. And if a woman shall put away
her husband and marry again she committeth adultery."
Legislators and others, the above is the edict of the
Supreme Lawgiver, from which there is do appeal.—
" What, Cher.-fore, God has joined together let no man
put asunder." janl2 dtf
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES I
RAVING JUST RETURNED from the Eastern cities, where
we have selected with the greatest care a large and com
plete assortment of superior GOODS, which embrace
everything kept in the best City Groceries, we respect
fully and cordially invite the public to examine oar
stock and hear our prices.
feb l s WM. DOCK, 7R., & CO.
DUO DE MONTEBELLO,
HEIDSIECK & CO.,
GIESIAR & CO.,
MUMM & CO '9,
In store and for sale by
W. A R D
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 NORTH SECOND STREET,
We are now receiving our SPRING STOCK, which will com
prise a large and desirable assortment of all kinds of
STKA lir AND LACE GOODS.
Also, a large assortment of LADIES' & CHILDREN'S
Our stock of FLOWERS and RUCHES will be unusually
large this Season, and we would invite your s-mcial at
tentinn to that department. Please call and examine
them before making your purchases. H. WARD.
N 05 . 103, 105 and 107 NORTH SECOND St., above Arch.
DR 0 CL AM ATIO N.—Whereas, the
j_ Honorable Jouit J. PEARSON, President of the Court
of Common Pleas in the Twelfth Judicial Dis!riet, con
sisting, of the counties of Lebanon and Dauphin. and the
lion. A. 0. FIIRSTER and Hon. FELIX NISSLEY, Attn
elate Judges in Dauphin county, having issued their pre
cept, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1851, to me
directed. for 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 4th Mon..ay of April next, being the 22d
day of April, 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 of Dauphin. that they be then and there in their
proper persons, at 10 &clock in the forenoon of said dav,
with their records, inquisitions, examinations, and their
own remembrances, to do those things which to their
office appertains to be done, and those who are bound in
recognizances 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 of
March, in the year of our Lord, 1861, and in the eighty
third year of the independence of the United Stites.
J. D. BOAS, Sheriff.
Harrisburg, March 15, 1881, marl6-dkutd
QCOTCH W H ISK Y.—One Puncheon
1,, or PURE SCOTCH WHISKY Just received and for
HEALTH, MONEY! HAPPINESS!!
At this season of year. when so much sickness prevails',
every one should provide himself with DR. HUM
PEIREYIs RONICEOpATHIC MEDICINES, and prevent
disease in its beginning..
A fresh supply always on hand at
SORE ETER , S BOOK-STORE,
EMPTY BARRELS ! of every descrip
tion. A Lrge lot on hand and for sale by
aplo WILLIAM DOCK, la., & Co.
frAMS!--3,000 lbs. EXTRA. SUGAR
DIJKED RAMS in store awl for sale low for cash
aplo WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO.
MADkRIA WINE !-WELSH BROI
TILERS' OLD RESERVE WlNE—full bodied an
fruity. In store and for sale by
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
feblB 73 Market street, '
WANTED -A WHITE WOMAN.-
A good COOK can find const-mt employment and
good wages. Aptly to DANIEL WAGNER, at the Seven
Stars Hotel, corner of Second and Oltesnut streets.
KLE 14.Eit' 0:101.th ia the place
to boy Domeatie Medicines
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
73 Market street
JOHN 11. ZIEGLER.
73 Market street
ONLY ONE DOLLAR.EACEI:
10000 BEAUTIFUL STEEL PLATE ENGRAVING
OP THE LORD'S PRAYER FOR SALE!
VALUABLE PROPERTY GIVEN AWAY!
The idea of representing the LORD'S PRAYER by an
engraving, and of ornamenting and arranging it in such
a manner as to produce at once a model of neatness and
taste, was conceived and carried out by GRAISitY, the
celebrated Bank-note Engraver of New York city. It
commences with exquisitely executed words of "OUR
FATHER," and then follow in succession the other parts
of the Prayer, every phrase of which is engraved in the
most elegant and tasteful manner. Near the bottom of
the picture last superbly executed head of OUR SAY lOU
and encircling the upper part of the engraving are ten
angel., each bearing one of the TEN coMMANDMENTS.
The engraving has received the most unqualified praise
from the religious community, as there is nothing of a
sectarian character about it, having been recommended
by clergymen of all denominations. As an ornament it
is one of the most splendid ever published in this country,
and is destined to take the place of a poorer class of
engravings. The size of the plate is 20x28 inches, and
is unquestionably the cheapest engraving ever offered in
Who that loves Art--who that delights to study& fine
engraving—who that would possess a beautiful Picture
—who that would receive the impressions which such a
work is calculated to impsrt, wou'd fail to secure a copy
when the price is only ODE DOLLAR, with the chance of
securing for that sum in addition a permanent home or
another valuable Gift?
As a work of art this valuable and beautiful engraving
is worth more than the dollar asked fot it, as will readiily
be acknowledged on an inspection of it; hot the
subscribers intend to make a Gift Distribution to
purchasers of the engraving of valuable presents, as
1 House and Lot in York Borough ;
2 Building Lots :
2 Buggies; Quinn & Palmer's make, warranted;
100 Valuable Books;
50 Barrels of Flour, warranted;
1,000 Gilt Frames to suit Engraving of Lord's Prayer ;
510 Steel Plate Engravings—Birth of Christ Lklagnifi;
Gold and Silver Watches ;
All kinds of Jewelry, embracing Cameos, Floren
tines, Mosaic, Gold Stone, &c.
A Gift worth from 50 cents to $500.00 with each En
When the Engravings are all sold, a meeting of the
purchasers will be called at Washington Hall, York, Pa.,
when the Gifts named above will be distributed in such
manner as the purchasers may determine—the purchasers
selecting a committee of disinterested persons to make
the awards in such manner as they may designate.
The proprietors, from the favorable manner in which
this Gift Enterprise hus been received, and the number
of Engravings already sold, hope to be able to have the
whole amount disposed of by the first of July ensuing,
and when all are sold they will notify the purchasers and
have the distribution of the Gifts proceeded'with.
This Engraving has received the commendation of the
Reverend Clergy, our first citizens, and, indeed, of all
classes, who enter into it with interest and spirit.
Send on ONE DOLLAR; and four Red Stamps to pay
postage on Engraving, and you are sure to get it by re
turn mail. Address AUSTIN & WEHRLY,
J. M. AUSTIN. GEORGE WEHRLY.
General Distribution Office, No 10, South George St.,
York, Penna,, where Engravings may be seen and pur
Agency for Harrisburg at WM. D..TACIVS Book and
Periodical Store, corner Third and Market Sta. Any
person sending a club of ten will get an extra copy and
We are kindly permitted to refer to the undersigned,
who have given us written recommendations, but want
of space prevents us from giving them in full. Read
the following :
TILE LORD 7 S PRAYER
We have carefully examined this Engraving, offered
for Bale in this community by Messrs. Austin & Wehrly,
and do not hesitate to pronounce it one of the finest
works of American Art we have ever seen. The design
is beautiful, the style of execution is superior, and the
illustrations are excellelgt Its appearance will at once
secure for it the admiration of &refined community, and
recommend it to the Christian public. It is highly or
namental, and is calctilated to exert a refining influence
in a family, and an elevating and purifying effect upon
the morals and religion of society, and it should meet,
as we understand it deserves, with a rapid and extensive
Rev. A. H. Lochman, L. L. D., Pastor Ist Lutheran
Church, York, Pa.
Rev. A. W. Lilly, Pastor 2d Lutheran Church.
Rev. C. W. Thomson, Rector St Johns Prot. Episco
Rev. F. F. Hagen, Pastor Moravian Church.
Rev. Jos. A. Ross, " M. E. Church.
Rev. Syl. Eagle, " St. Patrick Church.
Rev. Matth. Jos. Meirer, Pastor St. Marys Church.
Hon. Thomas E. Cochran, Aud. Gen. Penna.
Henry Walsh, President York Bank,
David Small, 'Postmaster, York, Pa., and many others.
ErEditors or Publishers of papers giving this ad
vertisement six insertions will be entitled to an Engra
ving and Ticket, by forwarding the payer for that time
to our address, or inserting it until that time appointed
for the distribution, with an Editorial notice once in
four weeks. Will receive the Engraving framed withal:
tine gold gilt frame to suit its size, and a ticket.
AUSTIN & WEHRLY
Yoßk, Feb. 19, IS6I —apl-dtjyl
COALI COALII -
The undersigned having entered into the C 0 A L
T R A.D E in this City, would respectfully solicit your
patronage. I will keep on hand Coal of all sizes,
from the most Celebrated and _Approved Mines, which
will be delivered to any part of the City, Free from Dirt
and other Impurities.
FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED.
11" Coal foe sale by the BOAT LOAD, CAR LOAD,
OR SINGLE TON.
Persons purchasing by the Boat or Car Load will re
ceive Two Thousand Two Hundred. and Forty Pounds
to the Ton. .
Err Office No. 74 Market Street, second door from
Dewberry Alley. Yard on the Canal, foot of North St.
11" Orders left at either place will receive prompt
attention. JOHN W. HALL. Agent.
Harrisburg, April 12, 1861. apl3-dtf
JOHN IV. CLOVER,
Rae removed to
GO MARKET STREET,
Where he will be pleased to see all his (Hew's.
RE M O VA L.—The subscriber would
respectfully inform her old friends and the public
generally that she has removed her MILLINERY STORE
from Market street to No. O) MARKET EQ11.11:13, two
doors from Henry Felix's Confectionery Store ; where
she is prepared to furnish BONNETS, 'RATS, &c., of all
the latest styles and patterns.
A share of the public patronage is respectfully solici
ted. apl3-dtf bI. CAROLAN.
NOTICE TO SPECULATORS !
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE !
A number of large size BUILDING. LOTS, adjoining
the Round House and Work Shops or the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, will be sold low and on reasonable
terms. Apply to au29-dly JOHN W. HALL.
ARBOR V.ITZES FOR SALE.—The
subscriber has a lot of these beautiful evergreens,
just received from Pittsburg, for sale at his Green-house,
above town, or at his stall in the lower Market House,
on M irket mornings. They are in excellent condition;
and are probably the finest specimens ever brought to
Atso, a lot of Locust Posts. from 6 to 22 feet in length,
which he will sell low for cash. JOHN M. SHECK.
DANK LETTER AND BUSINESS
We Would call attention to a new article of paper,
called BUSINESS LETTER, which has been gotten up
to meet the wants of business'men and others who ob
ject to Commercial Note as being to narrow, and do not
wish to use part of usual letter sheet.
This overcomes toth the above objections ; is a per
fect sheet; pure wove; plate finish; ruled on one side;
made from best material, free from adulteration, and put
up in neat boxes convenient for use.
We also have a paper called BANK LETTER, similar
to the above, except it has but half the number of lines
on, so as to allow a printed blank or heading above.
For sale by TREO. F. SCHEFFEH,
mar 19 No. 18 Market Street, Harrisburg.
II ST OPENED--A FLOUR, and FEED
CI STORE, two doors from the Seven Stars Hotel in
Chesnut street, by IL AI , GOWAN.
Harrisburg, April 11.—ap13-6td*
TRAVELING AGENT OF THE
OLD WALLOWER LINE.
This old Transportation Line is still in sums ful
operation, and prepared to tarry freight as LOW as any
other i odi ri dual be ween P ilade l phi a , Harrisbur Sun
bury, Lewisburg, Williamsport, Jersey Shore, Lod Ha_
von, and all points on the Northern Central, Philadel
phia and Erie, and 'Williamsport and Elmira Raliroads.
Local Agent at Harrisburg, D. A. bIITENCJI.
Goods sent to PEACOCK, ZELL & HINCHMAN, No.
80S and 810 Market street, above Eighth, by 4 o'clock,
p. m will arrive at Harrisburg, ready for deli eery, the
next morning. 0. F, MUENCK,
ap4-dtf Traveling Agent.
" AVAN ACI GA RS.--A Hine Assort
ment, comprising Figaro Zaiagozona, La Sulu..
Bird, Fire Fly, Btelvina, La Beriuto, Capitolio of a 1
sizes and qualities, in quarter, one-fl th and one-tenth
boxes, just received, and'for sale low by
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
jan3l. 78 Market Street.
PPORT Ell BOLOGNA SAUSAGE.--
very rare lot just received and for sale by
a pd WM. DUCK, JA., & Co
EPT Y .110TTLES I ! !—Of all sizes
and descriptions, for sale low y
dea6 WM. POOH WA.
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
HUMBOLDT BUM] . for the Bladder.
HELM BOLO'S Mani for the Kidneys.
lIELMROLDT BUCHU for the Gravel.
lIRLMBOLDT BUCHU for the Dropsy,
H ELM BOLDT BUCHU for Nerv,usriess.
HUMBOLDT BUCHU for Loss of Memory.
HE I.M POL BUCHU f.,r Dimness of V sion.
lIgLMBOLD'S BUCHU for Difficset Breathing.
HUMBOLDT BrOrIU for Weak Nerves.
IFELMBOLDT BUCHU for Gener 1 D.tbi ity.
BELMBOLDT BUCHU for Universal Lassitude.
HEILtIDOLto 3 B DUCT-1U for Horror of D seat*.
HELM lauds BUrHU for Night Sweats.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulness.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU or Dryness of the Flan.
HELMBOLD'S BUG G U for Eruptions
HELM BOLD' . 4 BUCHU for Pain in the B ick.
HELMBOLD'S RUCHE' for Heavmes of the Eyelid, With
Temporary Suffusion and Less of Melt.
HELDIBOLDT BUCKS for Mobil ty and Restlesness, with
Waut of Attention and horror of society.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Obstructions.
HUMBOLDT BUCHU for Excesses arising from laths- ,
eretion, and all Diseases of
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED. OR CONTEM
TAKE NO MORE PILLS, . . .
PREY ARE OF NO AVAIL,
IS THE VERY BEST REMEDY IN THE WORLD
For all complaints incident to the Sex whether arising
from Indiscretion, Habits of D ss;rit'on, or in the
DECLINE 0 4 CHANGE OF LIFE.
SEE SYMP . ' OVS ABOVE.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Take ro more Balsam, Mercury or Unpleasant Medicine
for Un.lea ant and Dangerous Diann%
lIELMBOLD , B EXTRACT BUCHU CURES
In all t" eir Wages, At little Expense,
Little or no Change of Diet; No Inconyenienee,
AND NO NXPOSIIRE.
Use FIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for Racemes
arising from habits' indulged in
BY YOUNG AND OLD,
cc cc cc cc
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation.. It re
moves all improper discharges, and will restore the patient
in a short time 'o a s ate of health and purity.
Use LIELNIBOLDiB EXTRACT RUC EIU for diseases and
affections of the most distressing character.
Use HELSIBOLD'SBX'fftACT BUCRU for all affectioa
and diseases of the
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
Prom whatever cause originating, and no matter of
HOW LONG STANDING.
All the above diseases and symptoms admit of the same
treatment and may originate from the same cause.
READ : READ l READ
HELMBOLD , T !MOHO is safe and pleasant in tasteand
odor, but immediate in its acidon.
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the city
of Philadeiphia, H T. HELMBOLD, Ohemis -, who being
duly sworn, does say that his preparation contains no nar
cotic, mercury or injurious drugs, but is purely vegetable.
H. T HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me, the 234 day of Novem
ber, 1854. WM. P. HIBBARD, Alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5 ; delivered to any ad
Prepared by H. T. FIELMBOLD,
- Practical and Analytical Ohemlet
104 South Tenth St., Mow Chestnut, Plula.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose "OF THEIR OWN" and umlaut"
ARTIELES ON THE REPEITAT.ON ATTAINED ET
Heimbold , s Genuine Preparalions.
44 Extract Buchu.
c , Sarsapari'la.
IC cc Improved Rose Wash.
So/4. cy I WYETIT,
AND AL4 f DRUG....TSTS EVERYWHERE.
ASK FOB BELMBOLDPS TAKE NO OTHEE.
Ont out the sdvertiatiment and send 'or it,
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPOSURE.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
SOUTH EAST CORNER OP 11TH AND MARKET STREETS.
ADJOINING THE PENNSYLVANIA RAIL-
3P I X-XIL AM-31=1MX.83E3'13CIAL.
The undersigned would respectfully inform the Public
that he has taken the above Hotel, formerly known as
n THE MANSION HOUSE," which he has refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
The ROOMS are spacious and commodious, and furnished
with every convenience to be found in the best Hotels in
The "UNITED STATES" is sdroirablyloested for the
convenience of travelers, being under the same roof with
the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, and thus saving both
hack hire and porterage of baggage. No pains will be
spared to render the" UNITED STAT ES" a pleasant and
agreeable residence to all who may favor it with their
patronage. Charges moderate.
0c22-d3inwly 11. W. HANAGA. Proprietor.
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR•
This old established House having changed hands
during the present serron, has undergone extensive im
provements and been thoroughly RENOVATED AND
REFITTED. We feel confident that it is now not
second to any in the State for the comforts and cony&
iences which pertain to a First Glass Hotel janl2-tf
for talc & (to Bent.
FOR R ENT.-A. commodious two-story
DWELLING HOUSE, (in Second street, below Pine,)
with wide Hall. large Back Bni hling, Marble all miles in
Parlor., Gas in six rooms, all the r• oms just papered
and painted The second story divided into seven rooms,
one of which is a Bath This, in connection with the
fact that the house bas just beer. placed in the moat
thorough repair makes it one of the most desirable
houses in the city. Enquire of
E. M. POLLOCK,
Market Square, llarrisburi
LOR SAL E.--The BUILDING on the
corner of Wshut and Short streets, u.ed as a
COOPER SHOP. This building was originally built so
that it could be turned into Dwelling liouses. It con
sists of three separate trainee placed together, each frame
being 25 by 2.) feet, making the entire building, as it now
stands. 75 feet long and 20 feet wide. Will sell also an
EIGHT HORSE POWER ENGINE AND BOILER,
nearly new, and one o' Dratubatlt's Patent Stave Cutters,
and a Set of Saws for Jointing Staves. 'the above
property will be sold at a bargain, as we wish to clear
the ground on which the building stands Enquire at
the Broker's Office of S. L. M'CULLOCH,
feb9-dtf 126 Market Street.
HO USES TO RENT.—Two or aree
dwellings, in the brick row, on Third street, near
Walnut, are offered for rent, from the let of April next.
For terms, enquire of MICHAEL BURKE,.
M ESSRS. CEIICK ERING & CO.
HAVE AGAIN OBTAINED THE
MECHANICS' FAIR, BOSTON,
HELD THE PRECEDING WEEK,
OVER SIXTY CUIIIP.ETITORS!
Wareroom for the CIIICHERING PIANOS, at Harris
burg, at OS Market street,
0e23-tf W. KNOCHE'S MUSIC STORE.
WORCESTER'S ROYAL QUARTO
THE BEST DEFINING AND PRONOUNCING
DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH-L A NGUAGE,
contains 1,854 Royal Quarto Pages and 20,000 words and
meanings not found in any other English Dictionary;
more than 1. 000 Illustrations inserted in their proper
places; over 5,000 words synnnymized; together with
numerous tabl- a ot pronounced proper names.
Sold by E. 111. i•OLLOCH. & purl'. Also Worcester's
School Dictionaries. mar 23
W ALL PAPER 1 WALL PAPER ! 1
Just received, our Spring Stock of WALL PAPER.
BORDERS, EIRE SCREENS, & c., &e. It is the largest
and best selected assortment in the city, ranging in price
from six (6) cents up to one dollar and a quarter (11.25.)
As we purchase very low for cash, we are prepared to
sell at as low rates, if not lower, than can be had else
where. If purchasers will call and examine, we feel.
confident that we can please them in respect to price
ind quality. E. M POLLOCK & SON
mar 23 Below Tones' House, Market Squar e.
A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT .Or
RICHLY GILT AND ORNAMENTAL
Of various Designs and Colors, for 8 ge n t s ,
TISSUE PAPER AND CUT FLY PAPER
At nr”ftr96l SICARFP ER'S ROOK,STORB.
TYKNIN VALLEY NIA COAL —Just
LI received by canal, for sale at $2.25 per ton, delivered
by Patent Weigh Carts, by
April 2, 1861. JAMES M. WHEELER.
APPLE, EL ACKBERRY,
QUINCE, PEA R ,
Direct front NEW YORK, and warranted SU ... ,