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MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 18,1859.
STATE OP TUE THERIOOMETRR.
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AIL tint latestdaily and weekly papers, mag
azines and popular publications are kept for
sale at Batussa's Book store 61 Market street.
Nsw Olumcsr Cum.—The-members of this
club will meet at the Farmers' Hotel this
(Monday) evening at 7 , o'clock, for the pnrpose
Acomen.—The Citizen Fire Company have
accepted.the invitation to be present at the
Firemenstlfeitival and Harvest Home to be
held's' Shippensburgsm the 4th of August.
_..0._... , .
Si%mogul . BarAneronw.—The New Cu
-tic Bank has **gone mudell" and 'eked' Ifk
Cense—its managers went Into the
grain and flour spemslatlon, and the frost did'ut
help them out.
TALL OAIB.-Our friend Capt. John C. W.
Ulster has left at our office a stalk of 0612 6
A 8 inches high, with very large heads. This
is anything we bare seen this season, and
ny of our friends can beat it let them pom
,,the same at our office with,the sample sent
J A Y Mr. M'Allister.
- Vas REORANON RESTAURANT is daily visited by
all who are fond of good living. Our friend
Chandler will serve up this evening, in his usual
good style, Corn and Chicken Soup, Spioed'Oys
tem, and Spring Chicken, with all the usual
Ulm. Lunch to-morrow morning at ten
Bs Cansrur..—This is just the kind of weather
for accidents by Ilualltrokes. We sae Already no
tices of one or two deaths in Philadelphia from
sun•stroke. Persons who are exposed to ilia
sun's rays will find a good protection in keep
ing a handkerchief between their . head and GO
crown of their hat. If the hand/um:thief is
wet so much the better. Green leaves will
answer the same purpose.
SELLING LIQUOR ON BONDAY.—Wi2 811111114111fied
that some of our dealers in liquor are selling
the article on Sunday, and akwe lhava strong
suspicion on certain men who seem to take
pure in supplying men with the article ,
sog.- 41 ••• , - 3 •.....-oarinot withstand 'temptation,
we shall take prop... -
brought before Judge-Pearson.
Mum or A Bansismainus.—Mr, Snyder, a
German, died In ourlsorough on Saturday even
ing last of consumption.- -Hie. ranisdna—wane
taken to Baltimore this luornlng, In.eharge.of
Messrs. Daniel 'Wagner and Potter, a commit
tee of the German Beneficial eguiety, of which
the decessedivee a member. The- members of
the society escorted the coffin to the depot of
Tits COSTINCIML COFFXS Pot=Thie- is 'the'
name given to a new invention' for' 'Making
coffee, philosophically and scientifically, and.
which has superior advantages over all _Wiser
inventions for the same plumes. Ner.&,
Moyer have kindly presented us with a speci
men, and although we have tusk It in use but
a few days, we are fully ImPentsad that it is the
beet thing of the kind offered , to the public. It
saves sugar and coffee,requiree itoclarifyiqg sub!,
stance, whatever; prevents the escape of all the
aromatic properties of the material fitiin 'which
the extract is made, and produces a beverage'
unequalled in transparency, fisvor,land &On
Even the "0 ld Dominion" which has plized
an unenviable reputation, will have to give
way to this new candidate for public favor.—
They are for sale at the tin and stove establish
ment of Messrs. Wager & Moyer in Market
street, near •the Harrisburg bridge, and we
would advise all the lovers of good coffee to
Opernrei or Boot - IL—The Cousmiesioners of
the . Bet ding Columbits-Baihtail will open
books for the reception of subscription to the
capita - saileit of the road on. Monday, Bth prox.,
at - the Waiddligten;Houee - in - Coldnibie.. •
Hama Jatc,-;--LeWleSchotte endjohn Young,
ounfinett in the jail at Butler, the former for
barratry and the latter-foNfoinhatiori4uid bee
tardy,.rnalti,thelr etextpit. ODEtiniglitliat weak
by scaling thawalls.
WHAT A GOOD NIVASPAPICR Mar Do„—sho w Tan Ceara 111 Bozore.--=-The Prates has the
us an intelligent family of boys and giris,.anti following :—"We have trustworthy adyices to
we will show you a family where newipapers the effect that there 'lst iiroMiie of-excellent
are plenty. Nobody who has been without crops in Europa; and thSt hrlintte of the war,
there will be no unusual demand for American
these silent private tutor, can know their sititt
rating power for good or evil. How important broadetuffe In that part'of the world."
then to secure those which tend only to good ! PARA= Or "Goon Farrows."—A grand pa-
Have you never thought of the ionumerable rade ef - the order of:Good Fellows in full
topics for discussion which they suggest at the regalia, will take place in Allentown, on Thum
topper table ; the important public measures day, the 21st of July, on .the occlusion of the
with which, thus early, our children becom,,, Tiarterly session there of the- Grand-Lodge of
familiarly acquainted; great philanthropic Penner/elude.
questions of the day; to eithieh waconeciouttly their Beemsnuect AND Casson Bausoars.—Vire un
attention is awakened, end thrtgeneral spirit of deratand that a force of about two hundred
intelligence which is evoked by these quiet viol- hands will commence during the present-week;
tors? Anything that makes home pleasant,, the work of miffing the' =route of tiatlgheTel
cheerful and chatty, thins the haunts of .Yicti, burg and Cresson Beilroad. Bbantioszfor lodg
and the thousand and one avenues of tempta log the hands-hare already beensetectedelong
lion, should certainly be regarded, when we the route.
consider its Influence oh the minds Of, We ODD Fax:awls' Parusist.A parade aziti cole
young, as a great moral and social blessing- bration of the • independent . Order of Odd
How You Mar KNOW GOOD Faussa•—t-, Bellows will take plea et
a good sign and true when you see, ankida bounty, on Sistorday,lhe 80th WM. Members
lit- 164 i re i nv i tedu ; stut dd
tie group of boys, one dart from the reit and 'af-
tossing his arms above his head, shout, " Owes Se veral
diarfulnath*ed speakers from 1111
mouth& !" as he runs to meet him. You mair wil l
o:K= pr lig esun
be sure, no matter what business trnubless „
vet •mur.—Mr. George A. Wagner, of
that man may have, that there is a spot *hie erkassounty, took. to the 4th of July celebra
tion tie-Seaman's woods,-near Hamburg, a loaf
heart still fresh and green, which the earetaot
world has had no power to blight. "There's ;Lk:a the br reki ,t ,i h r,X7,7ock f w th l t t r c a) r w il :
'ether!" With what a pretty pride the lit
tog. --It had hien cat, threshed, ground,and
(„,,low shouts this ! He must be indeed a
hose fatherly heart does not swell with
ibliimbtedittioltankr:draiya,litr ut sri,lbtn:34.lealledTlia-la a
ae, eyes do not glisten, who does not,
'anent, feel amply repaid for that Poe °MU M'Geugh is
matter how wearisome. After appointed pestensater .st iteeakiakt C a m b r i a
" ANTIPHLOGItyrreIin this county, slat lienryßobudOerlit resigned; James
Clendineu, tweeter at uilsteLiptinge,
Pricae.s r p . a t . 4. 11 .7 6 2 I
. Ptmi Q
nty, vice H. 0 Chandler, resigned;
r,sid Agents, 20:1 Dock Strati, Philadelphia.
& `s4inuel B. Stem. postmaster at Lebanon, Mercer ,
°ll % eloo Boohoo §tegrettts tiAlPied 3 /sow
ll Medical Salt is for sale Bar- ter Mak Tkaialetatinty
AS try by J. at. LULZ, IJ. 11 ..irois a c o o ll tin
,V 1 . 4111111 _
. Kollar , F. A. Hutton , and hy nutorta- Glue, removed, ,.
NE au W
Mists wherever th e "laloarape read. P
tagr I.uuut a palmut Medicine, but the _ , turlrlion f
Awtodttpa)aviaa, uo one allOtad tail to try tb'e
14 11 1,,,
cosiiinout,le tuo:.llreltluns 800 circular
Very Ch 4)11111
Ws nssraa to call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement for the sale of
valuable real estate, situated in Selinsgrove.
The property is valuable, and will be sold
.AlMtn OF A NOTORIOUS CILARACTRII.-:ROIS.
TAROX OF rns OITIOERB.--Our readers will re
member the fact, about the fifth of Inly last,
that Henry W. Watson, a notorious character
who had been loitering about town, bast hind
a fine pair of ponies and tilbury from the livery
etableid A. W. Barr for the purpose of going
to Marietta, but failing to return at the ap
pointed time, Mr. Barr became somewhat un
easy for the safety of his property, and in.order
to secure It he sent a man down to 'Marietta
for the purpose of securing them. Watson
was arrested at that place by the Constable of
Marietta and lodged in our jail on a warrant
issued by a justice. in Carlisle, charging-Wat
son with rohbery and some other crime. The
deputy shertfrof Cumberland county happened
to, be In town on the same day Watson wag
brought here, he took him at once to Carlisle
and committed him fur trial; in the mean time
the paramour of Watson, Mrs Bates, who had
guns with him to Marietta Went to work , te
arrange matters for Watson _ and succeeded in
settling the charges against Watson in Cum
berland county, he was therefore weliamtl fmck
tKleatiele jail 166'40/reek. .Mr. , Ban.heetriag or
theseleeee of Watson, at once preferred a
charge- of.attetapting to steal his poniee and
Mary; and-witlr this wartant , Oonstableßecker
went early thie,morning to the house of Mrs.
Bates, where Watson was lodging, for the pur-
Poseof cementing the enale. When Mr. Becker
informed Mrs. Bates of his business she refused
to admit him and Watson got out on the roof of
the back part of the house for the purpose of ma.
king hie escape, but Mr. Becker hadguarded for
such an attempt, by stationing men ifilhe rear
and front of the house, and he was driven back
Mr. Becker insisted =upon Mrs: Bates to open
the door, but she
,refused, and Watson
threatened to shootoany one who would enter.
Mr. Becker hoitever told them that he was
bound to•staytlittithe executed his warrant.—
Conittablelletikbabgh having also arrived at the
scene,of conflict, Mrs. Bates' finally cola:laded to
admit Mi. Ratiabaugh, and the officers made
Watson without any further re
sistance and lodged him is JAL 'ft Is , alleged
tbat-Witsan cat' high figure at'arietta on
the 4th of July last, representing that he was
the *ler of the ponies Mid Inspector
of Danpirimeounty. lie also made several at-
temple - t$ dispose of Mr. Bareti property and
wanted to trade them off for a fine colt.
We understand that. Mr. Becker intends to
to pro*Ukonte Mrs. Bates for resisting him in the .
, perfostikanemaf his dudes and we hope'that full
justlcatiwill.he meted out to these dens ot infamy,
, tiyiy teem to be a resort'for robbers and thieves
and the officers deserve the thanks of our.citi•
sans for their attempt - to exterminate them.
. re. Oates and
Watson have been prosecuted for resisting the
arrest. Mre. Bates gave the required security,
but Watson was escorted back to jail.
]boas TIOTIMM—A few days ago two women
In Philadelphia were terribly burned by the
explosion of a fluid lamp. One of them is
expected to die.
GOBIONATORIAL—The Meadville . Spirii of the
AgrJh Oat for Hpn Darwin A. Finney, Senator
from that - district, as the People's candidate for :
.001,112 QT. He wool& makes good-one.
Tar,iittlim Fru liteoutwie becoming pope -.
Jar. The Junior Fire. Company of .Reading sue
making arrangements for the introduction of
one into that city.
Sigai Leer ilkormaratrr.—Henry an in
mate ' of the Attleboro '(Vt.) Poor-Howie, 70
pain obit ellaped with kris Dynthis &Edge, a .
Leo -Of twenty-two. The ftigitives were
Pennspluania Daily Zelegrapb, Alorthap afternoon, %nig 18, 1859.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
NEWS FROM EUROPE.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS OF THE• BAT
THE OF •SOLFERINQ.
Blunders of the linuteror of Awitria' on
OTHER GREAT BATTLES EXPECTED.
EIISSLIN HOPES AND INTENTIONS FROM
The 'screw steamship - Borussia,- which left
Southampton at ten o'clock at night on the 4th
of July, tuitiveitatAlliLlicirt Yeateidayteieiling.
Her advice. are some twelve hours later than
those received by tide Weser. -
The 'latest quotatiimni at the London 'Stock
Exchange (11 A. M., 4th inst.) were as follows:
°Masai for money Shit.
Ditto forwc:count (Ju1y.41).....418 to 981. ex . v.
The Paris - MoiWk4r of the 4th Of July publishes
a circular from 11. Bouland, the Minister of
Public Distraction, 'th-thil•reotorirbf guadelnlee,
enjoining them to have all the bulletins of the
Army . of Italy read tovthe pupils, - and torhave
them pc/Aid - up in the schotils; tie "Youth IS
open to noble sentiments,. and its heart is
touched by graiii`things and devoted to the dy
.nasties that know how tojmdertake them,"etc.
The Paris correspondent of the London
Time,, writing on theoltkinstant, says :
A private letter from Toulon, dated yesterday,
Jufonns 'us -that the naval -preparations were
.never more actively carried on than at present.
Similar accounts have been'received from ...Brest:
inGther division of the Army of Lyons leaves
-for Italy, and immense quantities of projectiles
of every kind continue to be forwarded.
Prtwsibvit:Th bald, his given -positive-assur
ances; that the recent measures with respect to
'her military forces are not ,taken with a view
to hostilities, and that France may remain per
fectly, tranquil oa that score. Something it
was absolutely necessary to do to calm the ef
fervescence in certain of the, German States,
brit the advance of an army to the Rhine is not
meant, as a menace, and it should riot—be
cause Of disquietude to the FienchiloveitifoienM.
Propositions are also said to be in oontemplt
don, when the prephe Moment comes; Witli
Mew to a settlement of the Italian question.—
England,' -Prussia and Russia- will take this
The water sawing milli at ptigey (Dpubs) are
engaged night and day in cutting deal 'Oinks
for the supply of the carpenters, of Lyons in
making boxes to pack...stortii.for: the army of
Italy. In addition to which there is a large
demand for building purposes; both 'at Lyons
and in the South of France, so that ihe timber
trade is at present unusually prosperous.
The Kenna correspondent of the London
_en the first !,
n woe no e .110•416•11tlii going
France, Russia and Turkey, and it would not
surprise me should the latter turn against her
former friend and protector. Prince.Kallima
chi, the Turkish -Ainbaseadert at this; aourt,
speaks of Austria and her reverses in Lombaray
a way which einstyly ; --ellimitiehit*-,,, ay the
wind is blowing atiiiinstantinopte.
Count Colloredo, svhp now Austrian,
bassador at Rome, is to lio - td sti. Petereburg,
and Baron Hubner, who is at Naples, has re
ccivedinstructions=to acit air the* reptestifitatilte
of this government at Rome. The foregoing
piece of news.leadit me to , believe that Atrjinal
Antonelli and his systeiti are on their last legs.
The metallio votary° in the.bankof_ Vienna
on the 28th of Jane was 79,786;997514,4nd the
notes in circulationmre of the.ekominal value
of 458,752,40tf1a: -Mt:lttaY illeu&ok i specie
was 90 015 624f15.
A Milan -paper saptha t tswhen Slur Victor
Emanuel visited the citadel of Brescia he was
shown the place where
,forty-Ilve cit4sensi titben
as hostages in 1849, were' lbaibarcwark 'shot "by
order of the ferocious Haynau, and .tbat he
forthwith ordered a monument to he-Cric' tom
them, the e x pense to be defrayed out of his.
privy purse. - • - •
Another paper contains the astounding an . -
noutoeuient (boded "G. 11.," which ,can'onlYi
mean. Gazena Ofe,kds) that the Hungarian Genes:
ral Hiapka and`some other douraidona 'plitriote
have offered the Crown of •Hungary tp,the
Grand Duke Constantine of Russia.
The eteanfehip dtribit froni Hot York arrived
at Liverpool Monday morning,
TWO DAYS LATER FROM , EUROPE.
Anita of Steamerinft.
Siege ,of the
THE. rousTir OF, :MY IR flackNDOS.
P AN IM. POIXT, BMW* 40 1 sqlo.dIn t y 17.—The
areainship Indian, from Liverpool, With- dikes
hut „ham .passed -this ingot% on hot
way to Quebec.
The letect intelligence hoar tile' Meat of war
states ~ tha t no further battles bad occurr4l.
1, 4 1 1 ,,
The Ea PeschWrit - was prifiplessing,"and
.pa are threatening Verona. _
THE . WAR. ,
The latest dispatches say that the head
quarters of the Emperoi Napoleon is only four
leagues from Peschiera, which place Is under .a
idgbrous siegeby the Sardinian& The report
of cannon is heard night,and Any , in thatdirec•
The Austrian :advanced post. is , bit .a 'short
distance from Villa 'Franca, which is occupied
by the army corps under Gen. Niel. Itilinuch
doubled whetherthe:Austrians:wilLventure to
accept a battle in the present demoraki„sed con
dition of their ruby'. '
Tow, July MONA .that 10,000
trench troops have embarked at Lossin and
liccolo, on the Adriatic, and thatztlie bridge to
Cherso has been destroyed.
VALLSGIO July s.—Official.-=The bench
army, incre ased by the- army corps of Prince
Napoleon, will operate against Verona, whilst
a portion of the Sardinian army will continue
the siege rations at Pesc hiera.
=Pinot Napoleon &Mug sent back
the wounded Austrian dame withont
Change; and having requested an =chine of
other diners, artAnstahM4lllcer fuldve7d4
with the annotincatAntut that the, Emperor of
the wounded,olficent talumfrom tbAallies r and
datfrilisqui do get
ARRIVAL OF THE BORIISELL
have invested more closely the exterior fortifi
cations of Peschlera,,on the rightebank of the
Micino, and on the 30th nit. our army crossed
the river to invost "Peephictra, alto on. the leftbank." • •
"Bee" July s.—TlM'Anetrians hhve with
drawn from Bormio. The Piedcnontese are ad
vancing toward the Eitelvip Pass.-
It is rumoied.at Castiglione that- the Ana
trians have retired into Verona. ."
The London Amid's Turin correspondent
says that 2000 troops have been ordered from
Milan to Braids, and 10,000 from Turin.
There are great complaints of the scarcity of
provisions in the villages occupied by the Allies.
FRANI*RA July :eitritoidriiary
making of the Germanic Diet today, Prussia
presented new and further proposals respecting,
theßStsramand ilizthlefAcf. the corps of
tion on the Rhine. Immediately after the
doge of the sitting M. D. Usellonleft. for,BerUn.
The Batik - oorrespondent "of the London
2intea says that Prussia ' s new proposals are in
the hands of the representativestmr - Itutleira and
England. Also that in a week the Prussian
army will , lanirrfrollnarch. . Two de - annee
will be mooned on the Silesian frontier. To
'guard against B l inds on the Lower. and Middle
Rhine,. 140,000 'slans abe'ististio4d; and
when all her preparations are oompleta Prus
sia wiiilosObilblY Maluither py*Speals to France,
which will undoubtedly be refused.
Qoutio, July 18, 1859.
Nan;ill* 64414 idnetil jrciidenination
ir) , the French goveinmeat ofthe article in the
-Paris Serie, affirms_ thaVreepsct. for Popery
forms part of the programme which the Empt
rOr Nipleolkittcarryitirone - • • -
Thoildoriltsini de Bblbgna Uttar
from Count Caputo the Junta. _ of Bologna,
saying that King Victor EMMinel would not
accept the union , of Romagr►a , with Piedmont,
Ault will'ffirectlhe Banked forcest"go concur for
the purpose of obtainiqg Italian Independence.
- Lord Lyndhurst made a speech in the House
of Itords, strongly advocating various-ineestir
res of defence both on sea and land. He re
garded the assertion that France load no wish
to invade EngituiCas iindeserving oeconiider
anon. England might live in perfect indepen
dence of French *Flagrance, relying only on
the vigor of her peolde.
The Fourth of. Joly banquet took place at
St. janstar-41i11,- London. Consul • Campbell
liresided. Mich enthusialm prevailed, and the
usual tops% were drank— ,
Mr. Wks, the American Minister, made a
speebh, inAsnich he compared-thee position of
Itaty to that of the United States in 1776, and
=grossed a warm sympathy with the spirit of
national indripedda ; - aziae.iihere ikinay.! He
pro a sentiment to thir same effect.
• -'se Villiers has been appointetirresident
,of tlf‘ 4 •oOr-Lavrßoard,- I With a seat is tile`
Mr. Gibson having accepted the Presiden
cy,, of the Board of-Trade. It hi that
,Mr' Cobden Win' be °Elrod the Governorship of
It is reporteilagaintliiii.ilici..liiperar
retutnlto•• Parisabo!tt the middle of
anal oorps, to observe the
- Wafers of theithiCie, will -be in cantoinents
by the lath lush It sill comprise 160,000 in
fantry, 1000 cavalry. sand - 'lOO merlon.
The London •Moat Plena' correspondent nye
that something unusual is going on
Fiance, Russia and Turks -
be surprised if
, 1 :440pr••, 44
Ans' • - "'"'"
-". an corps are already on a war
fepting. All the officers on limited leave have
been ordered to Join. A levy of recruits is
The French troops lave defeatea the army of .
Anne= and•oeptareireifort ,hibitheiti • twenty
• , OS.
Fish.W• hi .1e ;
- - .14444184-3111hhict '
Neu vtd , tOe Oiporitiaders of tho9iptitit
have been detootad and digiersed ate idwalt-i
At Hong Emig the transactions hi tea ail:
been stopped by the exorbitant demands of
:Nricunc: It. J., Jul/ 18.
Henry Hinz who waa badly by his
employer John Litz, on the sth oe oy i rdied;
thistkorning from. the Injury. Lite been
tweeted. There Mere- four attempts. itieen
dinzi4u3 on Baturday tlighti,pne of the Milts
Fatal liallroitt Accident
A collision occurred on Saturdayp on the old
Colony railroad „killing- the brakesman, badly
lojufiritthe conduiter C i d rui several of the pas.
S ZIR +CUM CL S
roe BASZ sT
KELLER'S DliVir STORE,
No., 91 Market- ,Street.
CARBONATE OP AMMONIA,
ARROW -ROOT, - •
• WMAN 011- TARTAR, •
• AdA3E WATER, •
'EXTRACT OF VANILLA,
GROUND SPICE? • •
tat, SALE. AT COST TO CLOSE
OUT THE STOCK, at
BERGNIRI3 CHEAT' BOQE2TOBS,
sir Calliind sea nook 111112 pates.
E EE RY description of" Iron or Wood
MaChinery built-in' the best m anner at the
EARLE WORKS, -
Penna. R. Road, above State street.
Etirrisburg„ April 22;1859.—d1y.
C. A. BANN-VART,
ItPHARMACEIVIST AND `CHEMIST;:
rm../ JONES;ROW, 1610=464 P
SAS .CONSTMhitY ON: SAND
PERFUMES OF ZVAIMOONCICIVABLKTRAG
Davos car -mu:wasp PURITY,
CIGARS OP WENT, BRAND,
LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL USE,
FANCY AND TOILET 4.pnwro, STATION&
AND INFEST THING PERTAINING MIMI =DIEM
Jones Row_Pklig Sto
THE AVENTION' OF LADIES
TS called.A4ttie fine assortment of I
Letter and , Rote , Paper, Nnamalled and in
'Morn, Tinning Cords, 604 formic - at(_
lIRRONER'S CHEAP- sattro*
do used by the 'mime schools in town,
kinds of School Stationery for We.
BEEtlaNgat'S CHAP BoaKerolin,
. Mirka Are'
FTtil most complete tomoirtmonp of
C&P *Yrs and idEottiiklads' or*dong.t_
pHs,. hid enwiknis in the
WWW O /7„_• 1 .111 0- lininkkt _
. - not
CAN VI BAD AT UR
TT is compounded entirely from Gums,
..L. and has become an established fact, a Standard Medi
oleo, known and approredia by all that have used It,
sad Is now retorted Pe with confidence in all jibe
Silmsseeler which It is re- 0 commended.
It has cured thousands ge 'Aldan the last two years
who had given up all hopes" i l of relief, as the numerous
unsolicited certificates in my possession show.
ihirdoss must-be adapt- ed to the temperament of
tbe individual taking It,and used in such quainitles as
to amtgently on the bowels. .4.
Let theAletetes of your go judgment guide you In the
use o r th e t ivga Dm lot sum% and It will cure
LtraftPkurtems, BILLM PO Amens, reismaana,thumar..
to isassnoz4Sumwsw Cox- in mews, DTSIINIIIIT, Nor
m': Sots SroMeott, Beset , r_' 1 ou Coermemse, Cam%
Own Nonce, Cumou" Isimmaxi FL Au Les a,
Jaroreacri—Firicars WnLn, and may. -be used
anocassehilly so Ena Oa ar& .ar Rams Yedlaxa. It
‘win eareillClEßSLtlis(an thowninds caa.testlty)
zsr.rwlern Marone, W- . ortremot luaraoataesaaa
nannat annmencemento attack.
Aft woo ma rr ma art their testimony Mita
It ria:" :Walesa% 111 Able,lllegnolit with an _lll'''
valrioreltne', mond- soroalleiy, loath. Ingether• .
raits nou:►s: ke NM=
PURE VEGISTABLE METRECTR; AND PUT
UP lii MASS OASES,7A/A:TERIT, ADD
WILL =CP Ai ANY ClaietTE.
‘The • P6lllhY. CNOTILIOD P 0 PILL is gi gentle tof
active Gathartle which proprietor haa need in lig
,prectitie moniMantirenty —
The Cenkiantly liMial• ingtlegiandfrontilleil . a Whir
hien. long used the P . and-the Itatiehetion which
all onepress in regard kd , zhew:ase, harladnaed.tne
to place them within:the '.. reactrof all-
The - Profession weir know . thatdifdirenttlethaties ant
on different portions of the ' tenreds.
The FAMILY COUCH- TIC PILL has, With dlibre
ferencet to this well °stab lel lished dun, been comphnn.
Mei freed a variety of.the 6 4 pared Vegetable Rat' huts,
which act alike on every ~. pelt of the.allmentary eit.
nal, and are good and', raf led n all cases where a ca
thartic is needed, such lw ,e 1 Derangements cf Stomach,
Marinas Pains in Ow ... Sack and Lail; Cbstireners
Pain and/bream bear DI - Dedy,HaUeuriest, Headache
or tfa4ll4 in the head, „_. fefkannatory Diseases,
Worwe its's or etd- Co' mkt, alunanatisse, a great
Parift' er' of the Blood, and ~,g .nany diseases , to' which
flesh is'heir, too Emmen) . '"v to mention' In (lib adver
!Blatant. Does, Ito S. 0
PRICE 80 CENTS.
Tax Lawn lxvioonwron AND FAMILY ()AVIAN.
to Pms.are retailed-6v Droggists.generally;sind
sold 'whidesale by the Trade in Ai the large
B. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Proprietor,
jet -din yi] 885 Broadway, New. York. "
A LL kinds of Iron Castings made. to*Orf
(1. der, of the , veryioeststoolc, and all thistingspiekled
to .remove the sand and made. We . , hays the •be and
mos, extensive assortment of Pulley patterns thisadde of
phirsdelphia. • Apply at the !EAGLE WORKS,
Penna. R. Road, above Rtatesitmeti
Harrisburg ; Aprll'4 1.859.,d1y •
SU'GA CITRBD AND Bkr.BP
TusT received, a nce lot of SUGAR
itr.CURED RAW and DRYER 8121 F; - at No. 12 North
wattem side or Market Square, br
j9x 2 W.ILMREWICIr.
fli * Ost r TEAS! I--
I received a auperiorior lot of GREEN
•w and IltatTi TEAS of the beet grades and branda. All
sea sold by me warranted wbat they are. represented.
For mle at No. 12, llorthWeiterii Side or market Square
by 03.111.) "W. ' T.. TRKWTOTC.
CALL AT THE ,cloitarti pi?
Front and Market Streets 1
EEPS CONSTANTLY Ok HAND gait
edged and Ordna Tea and Dinner Ware.
Pure White Mina Tea and Miner Ware _ •
,- -Wiahtsefen,pSdsia - terititd-lafierer, WaWleT.,, eve'
Saylai:) ' •
illiatalirsra sarlreMilptioha f irellow Ware.
Mil 14 Auk& and Lite/ . 154
Settaaaw "art; este.*) Almond Jelsierdarotors,
irthn ii 4FresilOreeirlil 0'4111nd:44:IWO Wette; Testate,
Milne; Shoe...mid, Mayo o.acting, &
'irtikifitt Pieties andainela x Troserved Fruits
drol.FeßiesillasliaS Salt in larel Rollos/ Aturomfe,- ahem,
Currants, Fresh Tomatoes and .Pesehes,.Lemon Syrup,
Sardines, &c., &c., am.
PATENT CARPET SWEEPERS.
Powder, Shot, Caps, Gun Wails and Wad Cattors, Door
Tobarrio and Segura, Stn.,:
Pine Apple, Spo, Sep Main and Dairy Cheese.
Week . ftlfts of all lieuda, 'warranted pure. A large
lot of Fishing. Tackle.,Superior ,Green, and Black TO.I.-
Together with . a full asortiniiiiinf. Goode; kept "ins net
Ciass,Grceiery. Store. 06111-dim
".NEW- ODOM STILL ARRIVINII AT
tW; L. TREIVICK'S.
Sortli West-lide ,of. Maßeif. Atom, No. 12.
Ting received, Broditoartßro. Air .Tigi4
FrultJars: also bar Jvis, 4elly. Tumplers i -14%,
A NEW invoice of China ware, such di
TesSetts, TolletSetia, DbinarlAta;./tc.;jfist reoiktvv4
4and Wavle by W. L. TAMPION No.-12 Maltet . albare.
Oun received a pica ' article for. gommit.
nion Ahem, also Howie for medical porpoeos et No.
12 3 N o rtir er'4 side of NarkeMuire. . ' '
W. L. TRINVICK.
COOL AND- REFRESHING!
THE ICE COLD. SODA WATER
DRAWN FROM PORCELAIN FOUNTAINS , I 1
AT THE JONES' ROW DRUG STORE,
WITH r 'Tug FOLT:OWING FLAVORS
Ambrosial, Rautuut, Blackberry, Catawba Grape Cap
sicum; Chernbnecto, Currant, Glitgcr,,Mrapis, Lemon , Nec
tar, Ora nge . Nectar, Orange, Organ, Peach, Pineapple.
Pear, Rempberry; Raspberry Vinegar, Sarseparille, Sher , bet, Btrawberry, Vaellitt, Wild Cherry.
CRRANS,—Banana, _Ginger Lemon, Orange, Pea&
Phmapple, Pear, Ampberry, itrassberry, Vanilla.
C. A. RANNVARr.
W E beg leaye to call the atten
tion of the Trade, and more
especially the Physicians of the
country, to two of the most popu
lar remedies now-before the public.
We refer to
Dr. that, Ill'Llae's Celebrated
Vermifuge and Liver Pills.
We do not recommend them as
universal• Cure-alls, but simply foi
what their name purports, viz.:
For expelling Worms from • the
huintin gamin. It has also becn
administered with the most wais,
fatromresults to various Ara:Ws!,
surtect to Worms.
For thecae oft.mxit. Comp4urrrs,,
all BILIOUS DERANossarams, &cr.
HEADACHE, &C. In cases of
FEVER AND AGUE)
preparatory to ()rafter taking Qui
nine, they alniost invariably' make
a speedy, and permanent cure.
As specifics for the above men
tioned diseases, they are Unrivaled,
and never known, to fail when ad
ministered in accordance with the
Theit unprecedented -popularity
'has induced the.proprietors,
to dispOse of their Drug huiiii*
fully engaged km the last Twenty •
Years, and they. Will. now give their
qu di..4.4 . time and attentio4to t
'their manufacture.' And bei
termined that tor. M'Lane.!„ . s,
bratcd. Vermifuge and . Livergalk
shall continue to occupy the high
, position they now hold among rim
great • remedies of the day, they
will-coninue to spare neither time
nor efa.se. in procuring the Best
and Purest ,inaterial, and cotn
pcntrtitem ha the - most thcirpiagh
manner. Address all orders to.
lifts; - Pitiably* Pa.
l*ces,alid'44de. oe.* othms
tothan' Mende ; 'do well 'write , oaten
di = r W. lah '' " e h, Vs. M. lb jir titt ine
thee ik tido/ t are will to tivi
Per mail. poet "pild,lo any
part of the , potted Rate; one box of Pillsibr - tWella
threoornt pnatagestainpa, or one vial Y tin g e Ime s
fourteen threeheant stan4a.All caliera
bo accompanied by twenty omita extra.
FOR BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS— ap4 dew
~~~1 BI 1! F ,
-Ihß.lllool l 4l4kwiwt§ ligAZ ll 4 ll l*
The great Steatird' medicines of e the imam:
age, have acquired their great poputinioy aptg
thiough. years of trial. Unbounded satisfew
ton is rendered by them in all cases; and the
yeoptc iumcpronowiced them worthy.
Liver Complaint, Ilyspepia, Jatmdlee.
Debility of the Neftots System.
Dbumles of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a dieerCered '
liver or weakness of the stomach and distodire
organs, are speedily ase perbutnently curefetv ,
the GERMAN ALTURA.
The. Balsarnio C idlal has, arguing' et
reputation• surpassing that of any eiT4llarpr ;
paradox extant. It will cure, liniatowiti*,
the most eeveredeediong-standing
Cool* Cold, or lhoolioriont-BioPoraio, I.
lbseebs, Croup, Pasqua% Inagua
ever haunt of ,
_ an y Co •
' 64 ones check qiif
,1 10 -Dr. v; 14 4
63, dews*, * O4
Aire, at 75 c mo k
0 1 4 1440igic ,
wen AiL urAm e
all. 4 ur arm*
(S . M. japa
- s?RiN m ,
.1 7 , Pairlx*. '
Mi- 1 1,
LeaveM t iler 11Y•
miles g iagbv .10 . jr2,-em
; Jab' R 44 Awnes on hE
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scow air* •e ms