Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, August 23, 1859, Image 1

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    Two Telegraph
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BY GEORGE BERGNER & CO.,
TERMS —*max SuhscitipnOar.
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it
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papers, the publisher may continue to send them until
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If subscribers neglect or refuse to talte their newer*.
pers from the office to which they are directed, they are
responsible until they have settled the bilis and ordered
hem discontinued,
Org Qbtitars, &t.
1859 FIRST OPENING OF SPRING 1859
AND
SIDIAIER DRY GOODS
AND
NOTIONS !
a a t i l . now co urn ta eo n r t N ug a tng w a h n i o ip i f
eM
.paraoesta colii4lo 0 141 144§C.--. .--. I
DIIOSMICNTS TO PIIRCILASERO,
UNSUBPASBED BY ANY OM= HOUSE.
Plain Drefiplks, a
!,!1 Fanny
Dress Silks of every style,
o Rich Luatred Black Saks.
Delanee,
Ghats,
Dneale,
Jayelles,
Gingham,
Foulards,
Chinks,
Brilliants, U.,
Mourning Goods.
The only full and complete STOCK to be
found in Tows.
Shawls,
Of every Style, Quality and Color, vary
ing price from $1 50 to $2O 00.1
Needle Work.
Handsome Sets,
Collars and Sleeves,
'Miry Rich French Work Collars,
Embroidered Hdkfs.,
Cambric Edgings,
Cansbrie Wettings.
Swiss "
Swims Edgings,
Moulton Collars,
Maltese Collars,
Flouncings.
•
White Goods.
Praia.
English &Man* —..----
Jaekorrete and Nainsooks,
Cambria) and Mulls,
•
Dotted Swiss,
Stripes for Sleeves.
Dimity', &o.
Hosiery and Gloves.
My atom le the largest and as complete'
as possible.
Kid. Gloves.
Jouvrers,Ladies and Gentlemen, imported
expressly for my own use.
Domestics.
linbleached Muslins,
Bleached Muslin',
Drillings,
Tiakinge,
Linens,
Jeans, Sul., &a.
MY GOODS ARM BOUGHT OP
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS,
I AM =AHMED TO BELL AT MONO
THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
CALL and EXAMINE my STOOK
before PURCHASING eigetelaire.
WILLIAM A. CATHCART,
NO, 14 MARKET SQUARE,
NUT DOOR TO TILII HARRISBURG BARK.
1nar23,1 it
L' NEW s A L BALT.
FOR nozammamer Dagaiss ONLY.
0.4 Dr io C a urr i ;V e r n ia g ' e ll N r
s e: !O r el: ortl i Salty t t n e ;
one situ, and accomplishes but one thing to alt
Subdues inflammatory Meanie whatever be he
rr,, turn' or locality. This IF aloes b cquoillaieg the
Vtat CirCUlutiOU, therobjr removing tO e sole cause of
intitimmadon.
littrat s , a Aera pl , • =lirie l' d Trros ei r,=,
and Liver, Female Dlaeasee,M7alpelea,kirmacitilui,
Pleurisy, Aatbuis, llyopepeut, Venereal 1.111411111 e,
r Gout, Scrofula, Water sod all other forma of hi
naninadon are easily subdued by the New Medi
cal Sao,
to hew e leak - alt le MO envo
i all but does just what it claims to do—no more,
P . "lnu leab—equalises the atreulatlon by removing
Wltem the system all arterial and venous obatruo
tom.
1,1 Wait udaa have tried. the IT , lrituee
11l the New Medical Balt, though but lately Ms
, L , covered. Winless the testimonials and turttOomes
-- , -m of cure
LL
who
lu"rla "kunrf:AabaneifterL tr
Awas cured Of a severe Gass of Neat/dem in lags
than a week.—Norway Jae.) Advertiser
~,
your I..valualble Medicine is nobly
L fuitliiitut, lu my ease, alt the promises Which
r""1 you made for it. A few donee aleo relieved my
Mother of a rush of blood to the head.
J. P. IiII.LINWEIAN, Mini,
M e , 1 idaaumantory lallaetuillmloNaa WM my
).4a complaint. The tint package did the work
otilmtuauy, ea not a vestige of Rheumatism is left.
G 11 DUNCAN, New York
1 7g, T
Know tt ill good for "Abomination',
removing it in a low boors. lam now trying
it for Scrofula mid have already received impost.
S. LIMO, Reading.
t:Z illtal6dierta".l°ln A tau n rAyT i tt i s pat " a lk
was
T. W. FITZIMONP, DD. g one.
Phaa.
(tIOD Wto NWltAtit , by the *souk. We tatty.,
tried it. It has complete control over Whoa.
minion --Jackie/Wile ( Va.) Nato Bra.
rtstushatta, Usickeir s Rheumatism sand
Neuralgli have been cured by it.—Jearsolv
Denacrat
-R a 2cZ o iti r lr e e 71 4) re ll .at i nf 4 1116 .3 :4:111 " = " ;
- `1 ab uguaa from any Druggist who has thin value
await:tag for sal.).
DR. CULT' IibWELL'S
ANTIPRLOGISTIC SALT.
Gene Price $l. Chronic package $2.50.
D. C. TAYLOR eit
T h°
tuial Agents, 202 Dock Streit, Phaadelphkt.
teAlear Medical Salt is for sale
As it Ira Uy .1. al. Lute, u, natatan
au ultnott. Keller, F. A. Deuc., and t. all 'enterpris-
NEW MIAs wherever the ' , telegraph" sa read.
air vuuat a paUnit ittedblb3o, but, the t_
gibetO N•ltiliCLl
•tnt physiollui uo one ahead. tali to tlfc
'Rat R4O "
watimouLls and directions see cironkx
I /
\.,x l vaiii i
/ ,x,lf-' coital,
• .., V l / 4 g/
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VOL. IX;
.ffittical
AYER'S' SARBELPAMIBLA
A compound remedy, in which we have labored to produce the most effectual alterative that
can-be made. It iti a concentrated extract of Para Santa
wills, so combined with.other substances of still graden
alterative power ash) afford an (Active antidote for the
Mamma Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is belletred
that such a remedy is wanted by those vrbo suffer from
dirnmene emnpribits,snd that one which will accomplish
their cure must prove of linmenskpervice to this class oft
our afflicted fellow citizens. How completely
41 while ttlfiltilfealflitottehlo4.lll 6l ‘ oll o ll P7
of the worst cases to be moodier f rollowing wok
plaints
Stitortme men Sesovoteos Collthanrlll, lIRDPZIONO AND
'Worms DIZZARRI% lhaM, Pumas, Btxtranes,- •
La, Benoit, !Matt alt&O, 30r=m Aso linguistic •ab..
news, lilnoowL Disuse, Doom, NWPRALOLk ea Tic
Dotrummsoz, DYIOIIIOOIA AND INDIGRERIOR.MI7 -
SWUM, Roes OR Sr . darrillgrea Fah, and indetd,th
whole complaints arising from 11101:10M woes ItLectir
ibis compound will be found agreat promoter 0
health, when taken In the - spring. to expel the Sint be
more which fester in the blood ut that. Weasea of the year
arenipped
timely
thenexlsion of them many rankling disorder
are nipped in bud. Knithildoi can, by the aid of
thisrelnedy, spare themselves from the endurance Of
foul eruptions and ulcerous sores, ibroulh which ihe
system will strive to rid itself of ,corroph it not as
allied to do We -through the /lateral .tUnnels of the
body by an alterative medicine. Maio out the vitiated'
blood whenever you find its Impurities bursting through
the skin is pimples, eruptions or ROM ;. cleanse It when
you Ond his obsumoted and sluggish IS the veins; cleanse
it whenever it is, foul, and your feelings will tellyou
when. Even ',hero no particular disorder is felt, people
eajorbetter health, and live longer, for cleansing' the
blood. Keep the blood healthy; and all is well ; but
with thia pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
Wain' inialth Sooner or later something mango wrong,
and fhb great machinery of life is diltordered or over
thrown:
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the reputation
of accomplishing these ends. But the world has been
egregiously deeelved by preparations ol it,rirtly be.
cause the drag alone has not all the virtue that. *metaled
for It, but more because many tireparations, pretending
to be conoentrithed extracts of it, contain but little of the
virtue of flathaparilla, or any thing else.
Paring late years the public have been Milled by birge
metmdtog . to love a quart of Extract of farm
parille for one dollar. Meet of these have been Minds
upon the flick, for they not only contain Mlle, If any
ilantaparilla,..but often no curattve properties whatevere
thence, Miter and painful disappohitment has follow
Renee of the curious extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood
the market, until the name itself 13 justly despised, au
has become eyueuraeus with imposition and attest. Still
we cell OM aompound.Suureeferille, and Intend to euW7
Inch a rebbidi ea dull reseith the name hem the load of
*blow tbdt, reefs upon it. AntLwathhik we hero ground
for believing lkhu,vlrtuee which are irredetible by the_
ordinary run Of thelikeelltee Iris' intended to cure. In
order tecomplets eraiihmthip ft=be eYitteln the reme•
dy should be pthielonsly takeif twig to ottoottons on
the bottle.
PREPARIOD 1,7
0
DR. J. C. AWED &
LOWELL. ILLSSIMEMEusErrs: -
Price, $1 per Bottle; Biz Bottles for $5.
•
Ayer's Cherry - Peotoral,
bas won for Mien such a renown ftw„the cure of every
variety of Throat mad Lung Omiphtint, that it Is entirely
unnecemary , tor tut to recount the evidence of its virtues,
constant
RettrthegtriVidegie Vele
constant use letro%m I. Alumina we It do'
more than assure the people Its quality le kept up to the
beet It ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do
Ow their relief all it Lim-ever been found to do.
Aver's Cathartic Pills,
FOR THE CURB OF
aistivateits, Jaundice, Dyspqrtio bdimeton Dysnuery,
/out Stomack Brystpdas, Head:sae, Pea, Rheumatism,
Broil/ions anti - Skits Macaw, Liver anttplaint, Biopsy,
Omer, Time aturSaft Rheum, Warms , Gout .Nturelpa,
as a Mauer Pal, and for Pyrsfying Bkod.
They are segamoated, so that the moat sensitive can
take them philaantly, and they are the beat aperient in
the world for all the pnyposes of a family phytta.
PielocAli ati. per Box.;.PLveßoxeiribir •00.
aped ritunhers ot (lorgymen, Physicians, Statesmen,
and eminent personages, have lent their names to certify
the usefulness of these remedies, but our space here will
not ,permit the hthertion ofLnetn The Agents, below,
named furnish gratis our. AZIRICIAN ALMLABIAO, le-which
they are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be Dewed for
their cure.
Do not be put of by 'unprincipled dealers with other
preparations they make more profit on. Demand Aviest , s,
and take no others. The aka want the best aid there is
Dm them, and they should have IL
All opr Remedies are flu sale by C. A. "(muter, liar-
Milberg ; 0. WIIITMAS, HARM ; Dr. Ittirunt, idDlera •
borg,and by all Droggista t and by the principal Merchants
n the country. aple-damem
rnmanck 'TACKLE !
PISEELNG TACILLE!
risarrio TACKLE I
CANES! CANES!! CANES!!
CANES! CANES!! CUES!!
CANES! CANESRPANESII
AT AT AT
AT AT ' AT
- AT
AT Al
KEW4ER'S 1 ICRI'LNIVS! I V P,LTSR'S 1 I
KELLER'S! KELLER'S I•I IT-ItILLIM'S 1 I
KELLER'S! }CRUMB'S I I SELLER'S ! I,
91 91 91
91
91 9
911 9
9 1
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Market St. larketlit. Market Bd.
NEW BOOKS.
DAVENPORT VITEN, by Chas. Lever—corn
idett-in I.vol. .-Prios.6octs.
THE HARP OF 1000 STRINGS, by 8. P.
tery—numerously illustrated. Price $1 26.
THE CHESS PLAYER'S INSTRUCTOR, or
Guide to Beginners, by Charles H. Stanley.—
Price 88ate.
AN1041)011113 OF LAVE, by Lola Montes.—
Price El 00.
THE PILLAR OF FIRE, or Israel in Bondage,
by Rev. J. H. Ingraham, author of the "Prince
of the House of Nvid."
TRIAL OF DANIEL B. SICKLES, for shoot
ing P. B. Key,nt Washington—illustrated by
numerous engravings. Price 26cta.
For sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market street. ,
ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK.
TEWELLERS, Railroad Superintendents
and the public are invited to gall and awl E. How.ten
u.'a antral laical and other Clocks at the
a pr2B4ly EAGLE WORKS
WARDS 0 80,000-
STRAWBERRY PLANTS hare already
been enp,ged from the Unions NIIIBIIII, ror the
prevent ;seamen inanticg.
WEE THAN 200,000,
Embracing all the finest, largest and beat varieties, yet
tbr sale. The subscriber has this year raised, in quanti
ty, berries measuring
FROM. FOUR W SIX INCHES
n ohntinderenoe, and will sell plants of the same va
rieties a lower prices than they can be bought elsewhere
In the United States, with a guaranty of purity and
Edelity to name.
Plants eery low by the thousand or larger quantity.
for Strawberries planted in August or September, it
the weather is tavorabla, will produce a mi go crop of
fruit next season. • A.
KIM
Harrisburg, July 28,1869. -7y26-dl(
.KS.
A Large w lz r a of superior makes of Black
?MY 11=1, ATM mat,
FWD SUM, "
DOURLY nova= KUM
Very asap, and s good variety of swim.
W. A. OATEICAIti,
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS - NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 23, 1869.
Inizttllantotto.
O Parasols & Umbrellas,
6i. MARKET SQUARE, 61.
HARRISBURG'.
THE subsCriber respectfully infornis the
public that be has established ft manutactovi or
MORELLA% PARASOLS, WALKING CANES AND
RIDING WHIPS, at the above address. Alter many years'
exPertillS_kh_o_tesinoss aa a practical wan he can
with• eitc‘itlarthariiiiters or any_ of the above
mentioned , go,da intrusted to him will meet With finch
attention as will give eatiaraction to his patrons.
Fancy Goad& cepidred di always on hand,
(As well as what he produces himself.) ,
Phibidelphi4lifew-York,EngbakErench
NA :Gelman Goods.
M. H. LEE, Proprietor.
N. 111PartIttoot whpt attention given to the re
pairing and coming or.Umbreilas and Paranoia.
owtirty
W PARMULL
I
succassoa H. S. LUIZ,
Plumber &. Brass Founder,
108 Market Street, Harrisburg.
ton 'PIP& of all slum' Hydrants Of every daicrialon
males* remelted. Hot and Cold Water Baths, Shower
Baths, - Water Closets, (Warn Pumps, Lead Coffins and
Lead work of every desd4tion, dOne at the shortest no
tice, on,the most reasonetblestorms.—Foctory and Elaine
Work in &mist All ordain thanktnily received and
punctually attended to.
The Wheel, cash price given for old Copper, Brass,
'lend fiord -tt
_ _
COACH MAKING '
ES'T & LTS u
PTIHE subscriber respectfully hiforthe the
.11_ omega or liarrisburg and. vidnity, that he has
commenced the COACH NAILING BUSN "M,= In all ha
branches, ettls shop in WAtittrr Mind, matt Founts.—
Allaying, secured llte serviced of the best mechanics in
each of the departments, and giving his own personal
altilintlott4oi all work dote *Alga-shop, her feels safe in
saying that his work will compare favorably with that of
any of the large cities. Particular attention paid to, the
manuftetttrbsg of Wheels. REPAIRING neatly and sub
stantially done, and at the time promised.
aprltkily MAWR SAYFORD.
'VXHIBITION OF THE Eitt/F.11.1 N
JUCCOUNTT •AGIOCULTURAL SOCIETY',
/b be held .04 ilarrisburs, on Wainieday, the 21st,
Tbsos(key s Me 22el and iriday , Me 28e1 of
_
:Septeme 859.
Montan' of exbreition is tiled at the grounds of th
.!.4 PARK AEMOCIATION," where every arrangement
convenience for • •
and • layanneata is nOW In course of prepar.
Mien._
The Book of Marisa will be opened at tho offiee of the
-Panosylvasia State Agrioniturat Society, on Second atree
neat Locust, in Harrisburg, where one of theafficers w
be found at all times, Alyea THE FIEF Orfidrffiginisß.
All Exhibitors mint beeetne members of the society.
ifenibertibip, ; lan Membership, 1n.., Ilakets ad•
mission will be furibM ,-- Od attbiAillett, , hiburg, at
any time after the first of September, audby the Treasu
rer, at his office on the Exhibition Ground, during the
Exhibition.
',Yearly or Life Menbaship Ticket admits a gentleman
and lady, with any of their owe FAMILY udder 13 years f
Proper provision has been made against inclement
weather in the erection of PERNAMINT scannas, and CAN.
VMS Tans which will accommodate 2,000 persons
Tbe Committee? Arrangements will be ready to receive
estates for exhibition on the Fair Grounds on Monday
atorning, September 19th, at which time , they will have
persons employed with teams to deliver articles of every
Sind, and alsoinve persons upon the Fair Grounds to
arrange articles for exhibition. Exhibitors will please
have their articles upon the Ground, if possible, on that
and the next day, in order tbatthey may be properly ar
ranged by Wednesday. ,
Tue Premium list is one of the mostilberal issued b
any county Society in the State ; and for good articles or
animals, Were good premiums. It will be ready for dis
tribution early in August.
The membership fee will be paid to JOITS W. COWDEN,
listv, Treasurer, Harrisburg. JOHN
JYII. " • Sooretary.•
ESTABLISHED 1807.
T I "E IVE A. S
CELEBRATED AND WEI.TARLE
PAINTS, COLORS. •
ZINCS.WHITS LEADS,
and VAB,NISEES,
may be obtained from the Principal BR/MISTS and
Paint Dwaers throughout the United Yates, , Canadas and
West Indica or of the .ifanutecturer
D._ F. TIEMANN & CO.,
128 William Street,
NEW YORK.
French Liquid Dryer, Chrome Greene, French Tine
Whites, American Mao Whites, Soluble Wash Bluelbr
Laundry Purposes. Prussian , Shies, Vermillions, Chrome
Yellow, -Colors - in Watbri-Blitoss, %Mate, Yellows and
Vermillion, Paris Green, Permanent Einerale Greene for
Blinds, and a general stock of Paints both dry and
ground In Oil 128 Witham Street, New York.
iun274l6m
FOR FALL OF 1859•
KEYSTONE:NURSERY.
LURRISEVII4 PENN'A .
11} ; (1GILIITIDDED PEACH TREES
--
INCLUDING all dt. the most choice va
rialtos.:. rrioe per 160 (except Griffith) 612.00; ratan
16 660115. Griffi th per ovum: rats% 2.0 cents.
APPLE TREES.
All the brat varieties, and of good size. him 16 to 20
PEAR TREES.
Dwarf and Standard, 60 cents each, $5 per dozen.
CHERRY TREES.
i s a
Dwarf , Standard, 41) to 50 cents o r ;s4to $ 5 par
dozen. , ktrgo bearing ps..:•, it `to to 51. each.
--=Z or
cars, ' 4 _, ONDS.
Growl of different varier . pberries, Ourrauts,
Gtooseberries Sto., &c., at usual prima.
SHADE TEE,
Including American and Mountain Ash, Env, Lindens,
Sugar and Silver Megan, Huree Ohdatnnt, attains, Tulip
tree, Magnolias, ko., &o.
ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS
Of many varieties, among them Cydonia Japonica ,
White Fringe, Purple Fringe or Mist wee, litationia aqui'
folia, Tree box, Magnolia, Honey Buckles, &c., dm.
EVERGREEN TREES
Austrian, &cob, Norway, Balsam, Double White
American and Sliver Firs,American,Cadneee and Norway
arbor vitals English and Irish Yew, &o &o.
STRAWBERRIES
About 60 of the most desirable varieties, a great many
others baying been Neaps alter having round them or
but little value. Pricer very low by tho thousand or
larger quauthy. .
. _ .. .
LAWTON BLACNBERRIES.
At $1.50 per dozen. $lO per 100.
CAT'AWISSA RASPBERRIES.
An everbearing variety, $2 per dozen; other varieties,
including Beauties Orange, Bed and White Antwerp,
ROAN, &c., at $1 to $1.50 per dozen.
Besides the above& great many other articles can be
ibund in the Nursery.
Jayr Persons will and it to their advantage to purchase
Trees andTiants from Nurseries in their own neighbor
hood, instead of depending upon traveling peddlers with
whom they areunacqualted.
Addreea or appl
H. It y .
H to
IM.
Harrisburg, July 25-dtt"
WOOD TURNING AND-SCROLL , ISA W
ING.—The beet place W pt. Scroll Sawing and
nod Turning done brat the- '
aprViro le
- 00R:ITOLRA3, W BITING CASM, PE6K
j„, AND pew, or various prices and sins, fig. sale at
BBRGNNW r I OMR& BOOK O=
Staling llltarbintz.
TO THE Lamm or namilstmutt
.THE GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
El
riAlLeva F . :44l,piRnED AN oxywF AT T*i
Cameral' Spurlitet Sinare and Marker, Street,
SMITH'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
VIVOULD particularly call the attention
v
of the Wiest and , eittzene generally. to Their U.. 1 7.
RIVALLBD 0.61VEN9 MACEIZNAT, v.uping in price
from SSO $125.
REASCOH WHY THE
GRAVER &BALKER MACHINE
m UNDITRSALLY-•PREYERRED TO ALL -OTHERS :
la. It ts more simpleand eaaler.kepp M order than any
Ither machine, laying never to be taken apart to ell or
Wake'
• 2nd. It makes a seam which will not rip or ravel even
when every third stitch is cut.
lird. It sews from two ordintu7 spools, thus avoiding
aft trloblearednding the thread, while by a mere change
of:ratikels toe mach - Tee drayboadapied to all,kinds of work.
!With' e same•machine runs athr.-bnehthreed, and
comincianpool cotton wittrequal facility. • ' -
sth. The seam is as elastic as the most elastic fabric,
and is, therefore, free from all liability to break in wash
ing, ironing or othertitse.
lith. The stitch Is more beautiful than any made by
any other nutchine„or by band.
THE GROVER c* RARER Marva is patented and
owned by the CoMpany, and is far superior to the "Lona
Same or the worthless ~C tunt Smog." for all thin fab
rics, and tesembles the back stitch made with the cont.
mat needle. The GROVER,St BARAN MACHINE will do
the Sewing cheaper and better fora family than a &BM
iiressi;evon though she were to work for ONE CENT
Alf HOUR It is supetiorlo any and every other ma
chine for FAMILY SEWING. Over 25,000 haws already
bees soli, and are recommended by , the most competent
ledges, by the Press, by the Clergy and others,
,as,Lbr
earyfatt Rae-Use& all, kinds of War*.
We do not hesitate to warrant nitr4VAninee In every
'respect A lads el . ..trayeuter-sof quance- Carland see
thbefo - 14, any other, Smith's Photograph
Idarket Square and Market Street, an
on Market Square.
ltscamra Soma, in all. Its Talkies +branches, Melted
with neatness and dispatch, by thoroughly competent
pollens, at half the. natal prises:. Merchants, Rambles
anduthers, should bear this fact in mind.
Orders from the riountry protoptily-wttended-to; T 1 ese
who prefer thitit, heavy &briar. sewed with the Shuttle
or Lock Stitoh, which , has. the same appearance on both
Mean have their ,work .done ow THE glll:Prra Mi
ler the °ROSIER it 'Bum 00110 ANT, which te in
everyirespeet superior to many other Machines for that
kind-of work, but for all light; thin fabrics that require
frequent washing and ironing, "'fax Gaossa k bursa
amen" has so sisperior.
Persons should remember- this fact, and not be de
ceived by the appearance of the stitch'on both aides, for
Jt is in appearance only. .
• Ladles are respectibily Invlted.to call and receive a cir
cular and specimen of hewing, also a copy of The 9 - rover
& Baker Company's book entitled "Pictures and Rhymes
for the LittleitiMts.' Mottoes:. on Market Square, second
door from Market, Smith's Photograph Gallery.
Agent for Central Pennaylvania.
mylo-dly
IMMEIYLVAIatt AGENCY FOR
WHEELER &- WILSON'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
ealua gmilxondff IN num
Deland after October lat inst., the RETAIL PRICEIrof
oar SEWING MACHINES will be as follows :
mov STYLE MACHINE $5O
ii&DlOlit, on Plate Table. ......... ........ ...... 375 00
Half Case Panel SO 00
" Hall Case, Mahogany or slack Walnut.. 85 00
" Full Case , "...." ".... ..... /00 00
n
' " Fall Case, ..e Re:wood la 00
SMALL MACHINE 75 00
LARGE MACHINE 100 00
HffithillßS, (extra) 6 00
The unanimous hives which has attended the introduction
of Wausau & WirsoreeFAMlT SEWING Itactuez,la sufficient
evidence of its excellence. It is needless now toasty, that
thiStusefulinstrument is becoming a domestic institution
the -tact is recognized by its successful use in thou
sands of /Wales in every rank in life. To those who
have hitherto refrained from availing theMaelves of Its
athintagee, it may not be amiss to Ray, that its utility i s
not it problem to be solved,be; a success already realized.
The highest testimony Is constantly offered, confirming
the verdict which has given this instrument so wide and
enviable a reputation.
This Machine is conceived on a principle Milficizt
ORMINAL, bung specially and admirably adapted to the
most -perfeM work on every kind of materiel and,
having been subjected to a three years' test of the most
searching character by Families, and in various branches
of Manufactare,with distinguished success, it is believed,
that, in all the great points requisite to a complete and
practical Sewing Machine, it cannot be approached in ex.
colkanoe.
Among the undoubted advantages it possesses overa
others, may be named the following :
17t1+ simplicity of construction, and consequent free
dein front derangement andleed of repairs.
2. ha untmainpled rapidity and ease of operation.
8. Its noiseless movement.
The great variety of purposes to which it can be ap
plied, which can be achieved by no other mechanical
means. "And,
ft. The pre-eminent mama and tonternurr of the work.
Full Instruction for operating t. beldlobitut la given to
purchasers gratuitously at the Sales rooms. When the
Machine is sent some distance, so that personal instruo
lion Is inconvenient, a card of directions ie sent, which
are a aullioient guide. The mechanism; however, is so
Simple, and the arrangement so easy, that no difficulty
need ewer. Many ladies have the Machine sent to their
residences after having received shalt hour's instruction
Any future difficulties are readily surmounted, and then
practice alone' makes perfect in the use of this as any
thing else. Domestics and children of twelve years of
age readily beconte proficient in its use.
Ouv Office IS removed to Mr. BRIM Daguerrean Rooms,
corner of Third and Market streets, where the machines
can be seen in operation.
Mimi Burka is isrepared to do machine sewing for all
Who mishit, and at the same time show the machines.
For further Information apply to
W. O. HICKOK, Agent
Harrisburg, limb 22,1659 -dawtt
QIRILP OF BLAOKEBRRY ROOT at
lABFFEBR'S, Fourth aad Market, Sta.
SIIPERIOR (*LOONS at
- I.42FFLERI3, Fourth and varret eta.
arazzl
'S COCOAAN at
wmE*oB,ronith and . Mook taa
TOR ROOMS 000IIPIED BY
CENTRAL
yo:s4o:W4:4 l o4kroJ:
itlistrilanums.
TEE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
TOILET
. 493. T ECLES
IN NOW ON mommiix
KELLER'S DRUG STORE
HAVING just received a large addition
to his already ; varied Stook of Toilet and Fancy
articles, he wi ll_ rail the same at “ fa ir price for a fair
artkile." _
Prize Medal or Crystal Peotade—of the teueiving ter
rorise :
Sweet Wier.
Ilignonett.
Sweatt:lover.
1
4 1 4
Popidnaok.
Comp. Cz Marrow or °longhrns mixture, ~mad of
AMUled Marrow and Hazelnut 011:
New Mown Hay Pomatcon.
Genuine Bears Grow Pomatinm
Barrel Potaatuur or Beef Marrow.
Glycerine or Camphor Soap—infallible lbr Clopped
Hinds—Peach Almond Soap.
otheibna,2alm, SandOwer Wiudaat., Prang!.
pans,Monster, Pontine, Sand, Rose and a number of
other fine Soaps.
BastrOr Frangipani Toilet Water.
Bash's Eat' Ltiatrale for the hair.
Bazin'a Keen Feb Bails.
Basin's Rose Lip Balm.
A. La Cloche Wor-rLavender Water, (Imported.)
A La Cloche D'or--Toilet Powder, (Imported.)
range Flower Water, (bnported.)
Pearl and 'Jet Studs and. Wristband Links.
Tortoise Shell Pocket, Side, Dressing and Tuck Combs.
A. variety of Gent's Wallets and Ladles Wire Porte
Monales.
Many new styles of Shawl Phis.
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..A stook of Heir Brushes unsurpassed in variety, style,
irnality and price.
'locket Mares, Havana Qgars and all articles usually
found in a first-abide Drug and Panay Store.
Lail and akamine, you cannot fail to be suited at
RELTAWB, 91 Market Street.
GEORGE A. BROOKS ,
BLANKBOOK MANUFACTURER
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BO OK BtINDIEW, •
No. 64 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa
•
BLANK. BOOKS 1 BLANK. BOOKI3II
THE very flattering SIM uragem ant tithich
ww nave received during the past year izeit war
ranted ns in enlarging our establishment, and we are
now prepared with greater Whiles than eyer—hwilities
which oanot be surpasisal In the city—to mawiLinture to
order all kinds of Blank Bookar, with or without printed
headings, for
State
County,
Conipunnor,
Ateronistile or
InAlviduas
in a manner which cannot, be excelled.
Firstolass wove linen paiet put in all Blank BOOlti s and
when desired properly and plainly paged.
antabkld trowenipets with eity
TRADE viii be supplied at city. prioss.
Orders respectfUlly solicited. Orders by mail whims to
GEO. A. BROOKS,
=aria 84 Market street.
BEAD! READ!
HE fellowing Daily Papers can always
T
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be had at BERGNERII Cheap hook Store, by the
single copy, or when persona desire it we will serve any
or all of them at Moir reeltienoes, pack and send by
mall, or forward by railroad to armis w the various
small towns in the vicinity of Harrisburg,
The Leger,
News, . _
New Yost Herald,
Tribune,Tma.
Harrisburg, IMO
PROF. GARDNER'S SOAP
CAN BE BOUGHT AT
KELLER'S DRUG STORE.
NEW and beautiful styles of Ladies
Berlin Wire Partmonnaies can be bought, at
ETTA n'S DRUG STORE,
A N assortment of Flower and Garden
11; Roods at RILLEyiI DRUG STORE,
Market Street.
PAR,FUNI. d'A.M 0 IT It
OR, SKIN BEAUTIFIER.:.
ERADIGATES TAN AND FRECKLES,
Ratans and White= the akin and imparts to it a de.
Nihau' fragrahes. Lama using toilet powders will and
thir article far superior and easier in lie application than
Lilly White. Por sale by C. AL tIehINTART
Pharmaceutical Chemist.
.
. SKELETON EINIR TS.
frillE finest assortment of different makes
J. tamed.
moss of MOM MP,
waexammas HOTEL sane.' ,
" Qom( or in./DODD Matl r •
it 001 D , " •
a ..,1
1 DOUGLJJ3 BRIMINOOD ME M.
And every other make or goodkinds, sold it the very
lowest prime. " W.A. CATHCART,
N 0.14 Market Square.
lIMBRELLASI PARASOLS I
zscw,o4„towoopitor raw%
LAWN' sax " " sill IND COLOR,
GPM sax totarsius OP wriarrizo; -
ARM PARASOLS,
ii.DOLS' PARASOLS, IVIRY arsru AND *SLOB.
A large stook it very- low prices. tall at
w. A— CATHCART'S,
Next to the treariaborg Bank.
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the LLItGI
broiled*
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more, 6
NO. 81.
Fornere Press,
Evening Bulletin,
Daily Telegraph,
Baltimore Bun,
" Clipper.
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE.
Having procured Two Adams Power Presies, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING er eve r y
description, cheaper than it can be done at any O th er
establishment In the county.
RATES OF ADVERTIEING.:
nfirFour lines or less constitute onehalf square. Eig ha
lineS or more than four constitute a square,
Ralf Square, one day
one week.
one month
three months.
gm six months
One year
One !quare, one day
Me week .......... ......... . 2 00
we moth. . SOP
if three .......... 00
OM year 10 00
tar Madness nowise inserted to the Lecatoshisen,
before Marriages and Deaths, AVE CtINTS PEE for
each insertion. _ _ _
lir Marriages and Deaths to be charged as mules
advertisements.
Bank Ilitations
NOTICE
.. 11111-
OTICE is hereby given, that applica
tion will be made to the next Legislature of Penn
ey yenta, to alter the charter of the CARLISLE DEPOSIT
BANK, located In the borough of Carlisle Cumberland
county, so as to confer upon said Bank the rights and
privilegee of a Bank of Issue, and to change the name
to the CARLISLE BANK. ; also to increase the capital of
said Bank (which is at present Seventy-Two Thousand
Dollars, with the priced/a of increasing the same under
Its present charter to One Hundred Thousand Dollars,)
to TWo Hundred and Fifty Thnustand Dollars.
Aelljertin' . r ... , EN,fkiskur . •
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BASIC
Milt undersigned °Wiens cif Lancaster
IL county give nonee that they Intend to apply to the
Legislature of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at, its nextsession , for the itioritiOn of a corporate body with
banking privileges, to be located in the Qty of Lancaster
'and to be called the CONESTOGA BANK, with a capital
of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars.
Thaddeus Stevens,Christian Kegler, Myriad Reilly,
John W. nobly, 0. S. Dickey, Chrbtlau Gast, John H
Pausal,' David King, James Black John F. Huber, John
J eochran, Henry Tromgardner, G.Taylor Save, J.getchata
Lancaster, June 27, 1269.—jnu29Avem .
BANK NOTICE.
PHECOLUMBIA BANK, at Columbia,
Lancaster county, .and State of Pennsylvania, will
apply at the next session of the Legislature of said State.
for a renewal and extension of I a Charter and Banking
privileges, with the capital Or Five Hundred Theermad
Dollars as at present authorized, and with the same name,
style and location. SALLISSI, 811.0011,
Maur of Cdttatasa Bank.
June 28, 1859.—jutt29-idim
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that applies
eon will be made to the Legislature of Pennsylva
nia, at Its next session, for the passage of an act to in
corporate the "LACKAWANNA SAVIVGS BANK," t 0 be
located at Scranton, in the county of Demme, for the
purpose of receiving deposits of money, to be safely In.
vested for the beaelit of depositors.
Jos. H. Scranton, Chia. Fuller, Thos. leokson, C. Di
Rockwell, lames Arabia% Joieph Chase, H L. Marvin,
James Phloney Geo. W Scranton, J. 0. Platt.
Scranton. June 18,1869 —lenee-artim
NOTICE
Ihereby given that applioation-vill-ha
made to the tilliture for the incorporation of
a Bank of tame, litmount and depoett, with the mutat
privileges of Banks, under th e name and title or the
" BANK OF lIINBRSVIL6FA," to be located in the borough
of Minersville, Salleyo;Al county, Pennsylvania, with
emlial a liehdred Thousan d Dollars, and the privi •
tare .to lootease 'the same to Two Hundred nomad
Dollars.
Mmuttoitut, Juno 3, 1859. jeB.Bm/avtd
NOTICE.
AIC application will ' be made at the next
Peron of the Isghi . lature of Pennsylvania, for the
leetarporation of a Dank with general banking privilege*,
wiab ceipllal of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars to be
styled the EttlftlEfElla , and DROWNS , BANK, and to
located in the ally of Philadelphia. jtur29-41ewein
NOTICE. •
N application will be made at the next
XX, session of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, for the
intorporation of a 13ank with general banking privileges,
with a capital of The Hundred Thousand Dollars,. to be
styled the MAI and LEATHER DEALERS BAR, and
to b located In tkosithy of gidladelphiew ,
jun 2 9. dem
N OW* hi Wetly given, that an arPheation will be
Motto to the Leillelature or P nap
la at Its n est
list for the Incorporation of a ° frank of issue, withdis
countand deposit privileges, to tie located In the borough
of Carlisle, Cumberland county, Pa., to be called THE
BANK OF Canulst,S, with a capital of one hundred
thousand dollars, with the right to increase the same to
three hundred thousand dollars.
William Ker, John B. Fearer, Thos. PErtonjohn Noble,
Beni Girls r Jr., Enoch Young, Richard Woods, Christian
&Oman,' q , ttltamßentsi,'JOhn 8. Sterrett, A. B. Sharpe,
Wm. W. Russell, John C. Dun Itp,Joseph D. Halbert, toil
et Given, John Duulap , James Hoffer, Robert More, a
A. Sturgeon, Robert Wilson, Samuel Grerson, Geo. W.
Sheeler, Jacob K. Nelsley, Ran. Nettley.--junge destine
NOTICE
TS hereby given.tbat a number of citizens
of this Commonwealth, residing in Delaware county,
will teakO &Rhaetian to the neat Legislature for theore-
Mien of a Bank, by the mime and style of "THE MMUS.
BANK OF DELAWARE COUNTY to be located at Meths,
in said county, with general banking privileges, with a
capital of Ona linadred Thousand Dollars.
}uuso•dawem
NOTICE
TS hereby given that a Ember of citizens
of ltda Commonwealth, residing in Delaware county,
will make application to the next Leglsliiture for the ore
ation of a Bank, by the name and style of "THE IkIEDIA
BANS. OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT," to be located at
Media, In said county, with such privileges as num be
necessary to carry out a bank of Discount and Deposit
and with a capital not exceeding One Hundred Ttloasam
Dollars. junBo daitlita
NOTICE.
I S
hereby given, that, an application will
be made at the next session of the Legislature of
Pennsylvania. for the Incorporation of a Bank, to be
called the "filteproliD 9DUNTrnANZ, ,, with*wet
priiilegas of issue, discourit nodd deposit, with a capital of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, with the right to in
crease the capital sock 'to Four Hundred Thonsand
Dollars, and to be located, in the borough of Towanda, In
the county of Bradford. '
Towanda, June 27, 111159.-lun29•dawlim
NOTICE
TShereby gives, that the undersigned
teed making application at the next masks _of the
Legislature, for-the moorporation of a bank or tame with
generardiscOunting privileges, to be loomed in the Bor
ough of Clarion in Clarion county, Pa., under the name
And style or "Tint CLARION CO U NTY BANK," with- a
,capital 0i,k1.00,000 and privilege of increasing the same
to shoo ono,
G. W. Arnold, Jame* Campbell , Samuel Duff, Wm. 1..
Corbett, eattnuell Wilson, D. B. Carl!, Hugh Craig, Jaunts
W. Coulter, John Kestley, B. J. Bashi, J. 2. Printer,
Jacob Black. tmogit-daveku
NOTICE.
APPLICATION will be made at the next
seslikin of the Legislature or Pennsylvania, for an
act of Incorporation for a: Bank or Issue and Discount,
to be boated in the vicinity of Market mid Fourth streets.
in the city of Philadelphia, for, tee Accommosataxr or
Farmers, Drovers, Butchers and Produce dealati, with
a capital of 000,000, to be called the ,( 111ABTERN MAR
KET BANK."
NOTICE
TS hereby Liven, that application Wilt be
made to tlie gislature of Pennsylvania Id lta next
session, fora Bank of Issue, Dieveunt *O4 DOpQrit, to be
located at P:ttsburg, with a capital of Three Hundred
Th usand Dollars. to be called the A.II.I9IIIFPA BANK
OF PITTSBURG , . jyldassom
NOTICE /
TS. he r eby given, that almber ol l titizeue
Dauphin county,
,I,ogialdturo for the ore
tad inyie of .`THE 'STAIR
tied at Harrisburg, in said
orisollegesOwith it 'Capital
trs, aa,d the privilege to
Ited - Thousand Dollars.
ILL 'en.7hii P i4PPlie ati°ll'
_4Littora Of'Pentos=6"
woo> orait act to
I VINGSBANS,to be?oOrte d
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krpoge •or recidilog DO.
otestod tbr the bettoti,tOt
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