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    pail g Celegrapl2.
HARRISBURG, PA.
Tuesday Afternoon, August 23, '59.
LARGEST CIRCITLATION.—By a recent de.
claim or the Harrisburg Poet Easter, the
DAISY TELEGRAPH has the LARGEST
IHR9PLATION, within the delivery 01
the Post Mike, of any Paper, Daily or
Weekly, published in this place
-TWO PRESSES FOR SALE.
TWO LARGE ADAM'S PRINTING PRESSES
are offered for sale at this Office, at low
rates and on accommodating' terms. The presses
have been and are still used in printing the
Daily and Weekly Tia;IGIWII, but the increas
ing circulation of4or paper.compejs us to use
faster presses. They will ivork 16 sheets every
minute Verreurr, and have often worked up to
20. 'l'lley,:-Auxi both in excellent order, and
adapimitolitiam or man power. For a country
teas they would answer all the purposes
desired. For particulars &Mess,
GEO. BERGNER & CO.
90. ORCILITTE.E.
T}}o Chairman of the late County Con
vention JOHN P. Ittrnow.wonD has ap
•
?shoed the following County Committee :.
Jwoon D. Borman, Chairman.
• tlarrisburg—Alfred Mentz, Joseph F. Knipe,
Wit.,Oolder, Jr., atid Joshua Wiestling.
Lykens—Hilary Schreiner.
Grata—Daniel Lehr.
Mifflin—Benj. Bordner:
Washington—l3enj. R. BUffington.
Wic,onhico—Jacoli P. Hoffman.
Upper Paxton—O. J. Reigle. •
MillifsburgfADr. Geo. B. Weller.
Jararson--4onathan Euterline.
ackson—Dr. J. Nunemacher.
Halffitx—Charles C. Meredith.
Middle Paxton—George Kinfer.
Dauphin—AugnstusT.Garverich.
• fhisquehantt—Col. A Eisler.
SWatarti—Michael A. Frantz.
Lower Swatorn—K. O. Jo an.
Middletown—Dr. john zingland,' John E.
Carmony and E. M'Creary.
Londonderry—Samuel Kelpsr.
West.lAndonderry—Joseph H. Landis.
COiteirago.r-Joseplt Clark.
Deny—Dr. Jacob Shope.
- East Hanover—Amos Early.
• Backenstoss.
pt ; anover— 711:errN1
Lower 'exec/a—Thos. Stiolun.
Reed—Christian Heikel.
Rush—David- Itelnoehl. •
TILE- DICEOORATIC CONVBX-
TION.
-. We publish to-day the resolutions adopt
ed by this , beily yesterday, from which4t
will be obseived that the leaders in this
d'oent7 adhere to Mr. .BUCHAN.4I 4
sunhat they shout hosannas to all the
tyrannical acts and extri'vagante_measures
*opted by his Administration. 'Nothitn32
ttas expected from a body of delegates
controlled entirely by a few leaders about
town. We are glad that they have had
the manliness to express themselves Al
beldlyon the subject. The Administra :
tion of Gov. -PACKER, was not noticed at
all in the resolutions. The Governor was
nobonly passed by in contemptuous silence
in the resolutions, but was greatly villified
by One of the substituted delegates of this
town.
A lively time was anticipated, from the
fact that several contested seats were in
controversy; .but the crowd who had as
tibicria:the room soon discovered that
'"fair' 'filay" was a stranger to the COn
vention, and that the minority were Co be r
ollokedlclown,,Wiihont being heard. Our
Moo LAwites, who so fearlessly repre
sented -the Democracy in tbe.Legislature
two sessions ago, was voted out of the
Convention, without even being permitted
to explain his case. Ha was undoubtedly
in Philadelphia, and, therefore, not a resi
dent in the county. This he attempted
to explain, but was ruled out of order,
and unceremoniously choked down.
Our amiable friend Sir RICHARD, of
the Patriot and union,. worked his way
into the Convention as a substitute for his
partner, 0. BARRETT, who being a sort
of negative and innocent man, was elected,
or as many others presume, was permitted
to go in order to " save the But
no matter; RICHARD was there in all his
glory, and -spread himself considerably,
particularly when he referred to Goi.
Now En's Administration, which he 'de
.nouneed in bitter terms, and declared it
' beneath his notice in the same breath with
arkich lis, assailed it. (A. friend at our
elbow retntrks that he stood considerably
upon his digeity.)
.
A.i miry mho" we met our good natured
fdend. JitnXiithtow, E sq., Attoiney
"tetik
General of ' the 'Mt ad States, in the
street,'and we really fel.±; somewhat con.:
founded as we gave himikkearty shake of
• , 844 . 4 , 1 knelt! *hat had',A-zought him
Fit 4 , err early by railroad high ~g speed,
at liCiontt little reflection we w L, m i n d_
al that this was the day for th.V. ,_ ing
• . ,tlo,Deinooratic County Convention,
t :`' tit was very important that the (9 ,
B." administration should he heartily eilL '
cloned by the County Of the State Capitol
of. Pennsylvania; we oongratulate-Attor
ney General Black that he.,suoceedod ao
well, and we have no doubt tbat upon his
ioal home, the old man will' Welcome
bbn with the plandito 4 good. and felliftd,
Jeremiah P'
The ticket nominated by the Conven
tion on Monday needs no comment on our
part. It is enough for us to.know• that
it is the weakest that they could have pos.
sibly nominated. With one or two excep
tions, none of the candidates are fit for
the stations for which they are named.—
But apart from this, the resolutions are
such as to drive the whole anti 7 Leoompton
force from their support.
We are sorry that the Convention thus
followed the blind behests and obeyed the
command given them from Washington
So eagerly. The proceedings oft he Con
vention are condemned by the largest por
tion of the party in town, andouifriends
can rely upon an increased majority for the
People'siiinit r e't in did Dauphin. We
ap
pend the resolutions
Resiked That the' Democrac3r i . estiv ,eba uphin
county r e seer their unfalterin 'Mien to
the Federal Union and the Constiption which
gave it" existence, pledging thertmelves, - Once
more, to Maintain the Constitutional rights of
all the States and their perfect equality.
Resolved, That the growing power of section
alism and tlisunionism, should awaken the pro-
found solicitude, and stimulate the energies of
every true Pennsylvanian, citizens of al just
State, whibh standing midway between the an
gry-sections, and having for mission, to act as
moderator and conservator of the constitutional
rights of both the North and the. South frowns
upon disunion- ultraisrn , wherever it is exhibited.
Resolved, That the continued agitation of the
slavery question should, be in every way dis
couraged, since its manifest tendency is to so
alienate the different States of the Confederacy,
as to render a dissolution ofthe Union probable,
at no distantAktY. Acts of Congress in 1850,
and recent decisions of the Supreme Court of
the United States, have so settled the various
questions connected with slavery in the-Terri
tories and slavery in the States, that all differ
ences hereafter arising may be safely left to the
Territorial or Federal Courts for adjudication,
and to the Federal Executive, whose-duty it is
to see that the .deciaions of the Courts are faith
fully executed.
Rooked, 'That while heheeforkeeheretofore,
we will,defend and maintain, at all times, and
at all risks, - every constitutional right of the
South ip,the Territories, and ..
nershii) in eriery res
whichibai
Wital domain,
girts and a
f - ixp
-“aenditure of blood, w - yet express
our regret that there Should exiet even a very
insignificant body of men, as it is perceived to
be,. who aim at a ye-opening of the illegal and
.
nefericis' slaVe-trade.
Reeilised.."What4he .Ditmocratio party, which
bas beep-distinguished for its.determined advo
cacy of the sovereignty of , the , people., sod the
equality of 'the States, Is just as decided in in
sisting upon' the equality of all American citi
semi whstit'er horn upon our soil or in a foreign
land% while the Opposition by whatever name
designated, has been always found ip antagon
ism to these fundamental ideas of oni'llepubli
can institutions. Thichits been serikingly ex
emplified in the influential Opposition State of
even. within the present year,
fi ern an' atilenliment to the Constitntion,--
twice passed by l 'a itepublideVillegililature, and
adopted by a large majority of the popular
votes--denies the elective franchitie to white
citizens of the United States, 'of foreign birth,
Until the expiration of two years after their
naturalization, but freely extends the same to
Ignorant negroes, -
Resolvad, That , thecreation of &national debt,
in time of peace, is inexpedient and unwise; so
that it is the duty' of Congress, at the earliest
day practicable, to provide for its liquidation
and prevent its increase, which can only be
done, at the present time, by arranging the
rates of duty.on foreignimports in such a man
ner as to obtain the amount of means necessary
to meet the current - expenses of Government,
and pay off the present debt.
Readved, That the Senator and members of
Congress from Pennsylvania, should receive a
"God speed" froni all , true Democrats, for their
patriotic, national, consistent and fearless con
duct, amid the awaits of factionists and the
"virulence of disappointed officeseekers ,
Resolved, That we gladly nurseling' Of
the occasion to again testify. our esteem for the
only President _that* Pennsylvania has ever
given to the Union, Jen= BOOHANAZI, a states
-man who has-been more abused; vilified and
misrepresented, than; any other since ;the days
of ;Jackson. , Posterity. will do him full justice.
Yet his cotemporaries - commence, be
.ftire his voltnitary retirement from publiolife,
to acknowledge his great services, at a season
of financial depression; and amid unexampled
'difficulties, both at home and abroad; in ending
the - rebellion in Utah; in pacifying Kansas; in
it. relations with foreign gov
especially in hi
' — '7.777C - of search, which
e,peace of the.world ,for more
ceeturrin promptly foreing
is tardy justice; in his far-seeing
efforts to obtain proper concessions of transit
routes across the Central American Isthmus.—
Sagacious, patrioticoilligent and pure, he has
deserved well of his country.
Resolved, That in ItiosattnsoN L. WRIGHT and
JOHN Rows, the Democracykof the State have
presented, for their suffrages two' gentlemen of
unimpaached integrity and undoubted qualifi
cations, who should receivel their enthusiastic
and energetic support.
Resolved, That to the ticket which We to-day
have nominated, of good men.and souhd Demo
crats, we pledge our most earnest support, and
call upon the Democracy of the , county to be
active, in ordar to triumphantly elect them to
their respective offices next October.
WMIREABOUTti ON FAVSIONT.-- Cal
ifornia papers. report that,Col. Fremont's
family and household are eriaamped upon
the top of Mount Bullion, two thousand
feet above Bear Valley, and about four
thousand five hun4red feet, above .
tide
water. The atmosphere at this point is
very comfortable during the hottest Season.
The spring at which they are encamped is
the resort of 'grizzlies, and a dispute re_
garding the water privileges is quite like
ly to arise during the season.
THE Green County .Republican of last
week has a long editorial favoring the
nomination of Hon. JOHN Covonu, of
Westmoreland county as the American
littpublican candidate for Governor in
'lt claims that'the West is entitled
pennopluattia Wait etlegrapb, (rucoban 2fterttoon, 7i.ugust 23, 1859.
" JEN'ICS'" OPINION OF BAB,R,
M'CALMONT, BLACK, &e.
" Occasional," the Washington corres
pondent of the Philadelphia Press, has ac
cidentally come into possession of a letter
written by "Jenks," President Buchan
an's " Jack Downing." From it we glean
the.following paragraphs of loosLinterest :
" Dug Wallach has gone off on a tour, and
intends, writing for his paper—the Star. I hays
secured a valuable editor in his place, and you
will see hereafter that the Star will be a furioni
advocate of your Administration. If you see
Barr, of the Hittsburg Post, at the Springs, give
him my - befit respects. His article in your favor
was a great one, and although Cobb laughs at
it, ifiti - Dridley Mann is riliffibieit'iveryvihere,
it was right that it should appear.
" It will give you pleasure to know that we
have finally succeeded in convincing , the coon
by Wit you had nothing' Whatever to_dc; With
the Le. Clare and Hofer letters. Appletan is
very busy writing all over the country to ihjik
effect.
" Wendell is gone to New York. His and
Florence's new magazine will, I think = =be a
good strike. The fitStaumber will luiveln its,
picture of you in a very imposing attitude.
Wendell Insists that, instead of a white choker,
the engraver shallgive you a black cravat, but
Florence sayilit Shalt not be so- lam in fairer
of the white cravat, and so is Mr. Black, -but
you will have to decide the question. Wendell
will pay-up the organs in Philadelphia as tie
goes through, according to his fast contract. Be
is sigood fellow, and says he.has burnt all the
letars. I think he has. So sleep well
"Col. Leonard, the new for signing the
land patents, (a place you o 1 ht to hamgiven
me,) does his duty very well ; but of all the
men in town since Glancy Jones loft - for Austria,
I think Flinn is the best. He has ifot got Much
sense, but he is your friend.
"Gen. Bowman continues in excellent health.
I see him every day. He complains that the
Conatthaton is a losing concern, and that it don't
pay as well as the Bedford Gazette ; but he ex
pects you will make it up in your will. lam
afraid some of the sharp fellows about here are
laughing at Bowman. He huts got to quit wri
ting for the newspapers, and confine himself to
dimes. I don't like Judge Black, and he don't
like me ; but he is a good writer, and if only
you were here to overlook what he puts down,
he could do a greet deal of good. A young man
stained McCalmont, brought here by the J
from Pittsbprg, to he , 22kirq..4 Zvi jaw,
is sharp with &len too. A word fro`- you
ma e him write more for the country
papers than he does.
" I heard accidentally that the article in the
Philadelphis paper attacking Breckinridge ' was
written by McCalmont. I don't believe this,
for bitterly as Blabk hates Breckenridge, (and
we all do,) I don't think he would advise this
public show of our handsagainst the Vice Fred
dent. It must have come from Tyler; (who has
only, one fault, and that is, he isa little impul
sive,) or some other Guthrie man, in Phila
delphia."
$S 4.lTa' V.);511DIOT AGA:INBT A RAILROAD
COMPANY.—ForAnaraI days of last week
.14 .
an important ease was iii - ffrogaes / L.,
or
a jury in the 'United States Ciroisit ' t;
in Chicago, Hon. Judge Drummoidlite
siding, in which Messrs. Thomas Ely '&
Co., were the plaintiffs, against the Mis
sissippi and Wabash R. R. Co., to recover
claims for alleged dues on - contracts frona
that Company. Messrs. Williams, of
Quincy, and Arrington, of Chicago, ap
peared for the plaintiffs, Menne. Fuller
& Purple for the defendants. The jury
brought in a verdict on Friday night of
$lB,OOO for the plaintiffs. A motion for
a new- trial is pending.
THE New York Herald publishes volo
minous statements .of the number of mes;.
sagcswhich-passed over thwAtlantic cable,
which shoWs that from thelgtb of:Angust
to the 18th ofSeptember, one fiuOred
and twenty-nine - messages were sent from,
Valentia . .to New Foundlancl, while the
number sent from NewToundland to Va
lentia, during the same time, was one hun
dred and seventy-one. The total four=
hundred, both ways. This statement is
verified on oath Wore R. B. Campbell,l3.
S. Consul at Loud..
MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced nurse and female
physician, has a Soothing Syrup , for childreneetbiog,
which greatly ficillintes - the process of teething by soft
ening the gums, reducing all Inflammation—will allay all
pain, and is sure.to regulate the bowels. Papaw:l*oßM,
mothers, it will give rest to yourselves and relief and
health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all oases. See
dvertisement in another column. aug4•dawly
ANT or mut sr.anzas afflicted with SosolruLa. or Sorom
lous complaints; will do'well to read the remarks in our
advertising columns respecting it. But little of the na
ture of this disorder has been known by the : ; people, and
the clear exposition of It there given, will prove accepta
ble and useful. We have long admired the searching *id
able manner in which Da. Alm treats every subject be
touches : whatever has Its attention at all, has a great
deal of it, he masters what be undertakes, and no one
who has a particle of feeling or his afflicted fellow man,
can look with indifference upon his labors for the sick.
Read what he says of Scrofttla, and see in how fewwords
and how cloarly he tells: us more than ire-all havahnown
of this insidious and fatal malady. am, Philadelphia, Pa.
. _
Tae 'GHBAT Easing BIIMEDF.—Sir James
Clarke'a Celebrated Female Pllls, prepared from a pre
scriptlon of Sir .1. Clarke, M. D., Pbygdolan /kitraurdinary
td the Queen.
This well known medicine is no IMPOsition, but a sure
and safe remedy
. for female Difficulties and Obstructions
from ink Cause whatever ; and although a powerful
remedy, they 'contain nothing hurthd to the constitution.
TO MARRIED. LADIES
It is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity. -
THESE pant ELVA NEVER BMW KNOWN TO 7.AIL WHERE THE
DININIT/ONS ON THE 2ND PAGE OF PANTHER? ARE WELL OH.
SERVER.
For full particulars, get a pamphlet ` free, of the agent
B.—sl and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any, au
thorised agent, will Insure a bottle, contabsing over 60
.Pll3, by return mail. C. A. RANNVAILT, agent for Harris
burg. Pa. T. W. Dyott & Sons, wholesales agents of
Philadelphia. " Innl3.d4puly
To the Be-Drugged and Poisoned Citizens
You are overrun with a d.,inge of the vilest compounds
in the teem of ""Alcoholic Drinksi!, that ever emanated
from that pest of society, the Lagoon Mucks. They are
sold to you as a luxury, or they are disUensed to you as a
Medicine, and in either case the erect is the same
There is bat one way to °Scapa, and that is tome, se a
luxury or a medicament, a safe and reliable stimulant,
sold under stump and seal, which render* it certain that
it has not been tampered with. Such an, article is
CHARLES' LONDON CO RDIAL GIN ,
which is distilled under inspection of the British Govern
meat, Is delicately flavored (unlike any other Dln) with
some ot the most valuable restoratives of thw - Vegetehle
Kingdom, and is by far the most hesithy beverage extant.
Tim non mom= PHYSICLIBIR OF EUROPA AND AMERICA
not only recommend its ose by.the hale and hearty, but
prescribe it as a medicine where a stimulant is required.
Tan Puxsaa sax witl,lind It not only a,pleasant
beta certain relief in sufferings of a periodical character.
Ariarrinu.. Cinutuas or ALL BARBS -pronounce It per
fectly pure. and its restorative merits incomparable. .
Sold in quart, and pint botthiehy all Batsmen, Gaotiehts,
Sm. For sale,in; Harrisburg by D. W. GROSS ai CO., No
A 9 Market stioet.„
EDMTINire. CHARLIIB, aitieria Ageirt;'
eprres.dawly Depot No. 30 Broadway, New York
the Hon.
and most
stains—one
ast political
.every wing
the
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News From Washington.
- , r.WA44l4.ceroN, Aqguat 28.
The administration has bestowed upon the
subject of the African slave trade its earnest
attention, and with a view of suppressing, as
far as possible, this traffic, has initiated mea
sures more efficient and extensive than ever
before tot:that purpose. The Squadron for the
plEtato_9f . 4lrjca, as arranged by the Secretary of
the will coneitit of the following named
vessels : The steamers Mystic, Sumpter, San
jacinto, and Mohican, and the sloops of-war
Constellation,the flag-ships Portsmouth, Marion
and Vincennes. The most efficient officers are
designated to their command. Those of the
steamers Mystic and Sumpter are respectively
Lieut. it. E. Leroy and Lieut. J. A. Armstrong.•
These gentlemen were, at their own request,
,ordered to this service. Their vessels being of
light draft, can penetrate waters too shallow for
those which have heretofore been on that coast;
besides having the tylvantage of steam. Ileum
Slavers - will - be more closely -pursued. The
joint treaty with England requires that the
- United States 'shall keep there alorce of eighty
guns, but by the recent arrangement on the
part of the administration, the number • of our
guns will be one hundred and sixteen.
Mr. Birney,_ who succeeds Mr. Morse as Naval
Storekeeper; went out in the Constellation,
with instructions to remove' the naval depot
foir the - African squadron.,from Porto Prays to
San Paul de .Leando, which is three hundred
and thirty six miles distant from Porto Prayo.
This new depot will, consequently, be much
nearer, than the former to the principal points
of traffic on the coast, and will in a great mea
sun obviate the necessity of long cruises.
On,our own coast, too, there is to be an eft'.
dent naval force, composed
_nf-tifriteas
; the , ! Mohawk,"
Lieut. C4ven ; the "Nyalkotte," Lieut. Stan
ley, and;the " Fulton," Commaeder Q.
Williamson. They are•to cruise in the neigh
borhood of Cuba, for the purpose of
. capturing
any slaver which may by their expertness es
cape the vigilance of our naval force on the
African coast.
These arrangements will soon go into full
operation, and the Secretary of the Navy is now
hurrying the preparation of such of the vessels
se are yet in port for this important service.
- Professor.Dimitry, the new minister to Cen
tral America, will leave abott'the - Ist of Sep
tember for Costa Rica. General Cass will en
tertain at dinner to•day, Minister Mate and Mr.
- • hinagoaz444l.6l/149naleace—been ex
tended to these distinguished Mexicans by gen
tlemen, connected with the executive depart
ment of our government:
A private despatch from Carlisle, Indiana,
announces the death of Hon. John A. Davis, of
that State, and formerly Speaker of the 11. S.
House of Representatives.
The President has recognized . Henry Schon
dorff as Consul of the Prince of Reuss of the
Elder Branch, and of the Prince of Reuse of the
Junior Branch to reside at New York. He hai
also recognized C. E. Stewart as Consul of Bel
giurn,to reside at Charleston, S. C. The Presi
dent has appointed Wm. T. Wright, Jr., of
Maryland, as Consul at Santo.
**active Fire at Halifax.
Beckvins, N. 8., August 28.
We learn from Halifax, that lieliay's stable
at Truro has has been burnt, and that all the
horses, numbering ten, perished in the flames.
As thAe-korses_ included those used specially
for expressing, the steamer's news from Halifax,
tO Becky'lle for the New York Associated Press,
it is fearedthere will be undsual delay with the
steamer Canada's news,-nOwnearat hand: The
fire was undoubtedly, Jt is-said, the work of an
incendiary-; and as it may be a part of
machinery. by whickeoroetwn'tie to , be perpe -
traded i. • Win with the next news from
Europe, the commercial public should be more
than usually cautious until the authentic intel
ligence shall have been placed npon the belle:
"tins of the Associated Press.
Later from Mexico.:
. —. _ . , . . .. .
, . . • Naw.Ormasne, August 28. .
Vera .Crux advicT to the 11th inst., report
that Messis...Hargoni.& Jacket liave purchased
the., Tehuantepec. Tralrath- 7 -Ttly
. agent at
14
Btenatillan liai peen red to engageen !
to re•commence t work , The steamship
Adriatic is to rn n the Pacific aide
...
Perry Senatorial Nomination.
DucetnioN, Augusi 22
The People's Convention of Perry county met
yesterday, and instructed the Senatorial con
ferees to vote for Wm. BArvin, of Cumber
land county, as the candidate for Senate; by a
large mat 41. Y ors &c.
c." Shot..
- .Arauto est 28.
ElugTedi was shot in the head and in
stantly adliid last night when on his way home,
about twelve o'clock. Several arrests have
been made and a coroner's inquest is now op
gaged investigating the circumstances leading
to the murder.
Botts Nominated for President.
RICHMOND, VA., August 23
A large meeting of the Opposition was held
here last night. Resolutions were passed ex
pressing a prefetence fonjohn M. Botts for Pres
ident, and , recommending the holding of a
State Convention during the. fall.
Texas Election.
WASHINGTON, August 28
The Galveston Civilian of the 13th thinks
Houston is elected Governor by ten to twelve
thousand majority.
'DR. WM. EGrLE
RESPECTFULLY offers his professiOnal
A3l) . services to the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity.
ger Office in the 6, Patriot and Union» Buildings Third
treet, above Market.
LOST.
A BOUT a week since, a TICKET froin
zpic Hanisburg to New , York via Philadelphia.. %.11. , waa
part of isato4 at elltoago, pl ace:
The to , this plg:
ikft
Thader pleakiietive' it at this -
augS2.d2t
Ntw - tAbrertistments.
'VCR RENT.-4 BRICK HOUSE in Third
1: street above North. Possession given on the first
or September. Enquire of A. HUMMEL, corner of Fourth
and Market streets. - atm2B.dl Or
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PASSENGERS Hanisburg via
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follows, viz:
LEAVING HARRISBURG by FAST LINE at 2.30 A. x.,
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LEAVING HARRISBURG by EXPRESS TRAIN at 6.06
A.I. arrive In Nei% York at &10 p. it.
LEAVING HARRISBURG by MAIL TRAIN at 1.10 P. it.,
arrive in New York at, 10.00 P. N.
ILVERAINS by.this route make close connections at
Philadelphia. ,
PASSENGERS privileged to STOP in Philadelphia and
resume their journey at pleasure.
A.L. BOURFORT,
Supt. Natl. Dim relttea. B. IL
IRVIN J. CRANE, Bckd Agent.
augloqitt-rd-aug2B
ORDINANCE.
Be it ordained, by. the Town Council of the
borough of Harrisburg, That from and after
promulgation of this ordinance, any person or
persons bringing a wagon, cart, dray, sled, or
other carriage, to the Market Square, or Market
street, between Front and Fifth streets, or in
Second street, between Chestnut and Walnut
streets, on Market days, shall, during Market
hours, place the same by backing against the
Curb-stone, outside of the pavement on either
side of the street ; and all persons refusing to
conform to the said regulations, shall, upon
conviction before the Chief Burgess, or any
Justice of the Peace, forfeit, and - pay - for every
ago*•cart, dray; other carriage, not
placed as herein directed, the sum of one dol
lar: And the clerk of the market is hereby en
joined and required to enforce this ordinance,
and-prosecute all persons offending against it.
Plumed Aug. 20, 1869.
WM. H. KEPNER. Free' L. lova Ortalea.
Attest—DAVlD HARRIS, 2bwn Clerk.
MELLONS, OH !
CHEAP JOHN has arrived from Baltimore
with a large lot of PRIME MELLONS. Call and see
him, one door above the Pant flour, M arket Street.—
m
Kella for five cents. itog2o-d15••
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS & TEAS
AT TEE NEW STAND,
Wc:o.. 12,
North Western 'Side of Market Square.
rilliFondersi g ped respectfully invites the
attention or the publlo to bui tkoek of Groceriet,
consisting in part of Green _and Black Teas, Loaf Sugar
-orali qualities, N. 0. and Porte Rico Sugars; Violation of
all qualities, Liquors of all kinds, Foreign and ilotnestic,
Piokela and swum &akar Ourvillatns and *ed'Beef,
Spices, Rio said-Java Coffee, Green and Bibwn Oils, Salt,
Flab, ha , ko and all other articleflustuilly Bound. in
large Groceries, all of which will be disposed of on the
most reasonable -toms. Also, a Wrga stock ,ot Chiba
Gins Ward;lto , 'alto.' Families wllrlnd it their interest
to call before purcluisiag elsewhere.
itur2o-dtf' W. L. TREMOR.
IRL -WANTED.-A GERMAN GIRL
capable of 'doing the work - of a small fatally; can
find permanent place and good _wages promptly paid,
by applying at THIB OFFICE. aulB dtf
AxTAN I'ED.--A good C00K.,. . Apply o,t,
• the liFratiklin House," Walnut street., liberal
ages will be paid. auglb•dtf
DAUPHIN COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL . SOCIETY I
HE .Executive Committee of this Society
T
have appointed the following °Moore for the Exhi
bition of
WEDNESDAY, Sept. Sist, THURSDAY,
Sept. Raid; FRIDAY Sept. 23d, 1859;
Ruperiiitandent, and OW Marshal: . •
Gain, R. C. WILLIAMS
Omni - Mee of Arrassr.i , ,s)tenU and Aids to Marshai.--ffiej.
DAVID MUMMA, an.,7desars. WILLUM C. KEPNER., JAKOB C.
BOMBERGER and Bunion G. Prima The above Officers
are charged with the reception and allotment'of space
and wanton for alti articles intended 'for" exhibition, and
with the goodorder of visitors and 'exhibitors.
Assistant Secretary
Whose office for business will ba-sstaus...rsc
-litrtbstutrieguntinthintt itbirua Walnut, Earrlabarg,
where premiums . BElS and list ofJudgqii will be fornßbed •
entries made and eager tsunamis of the Scaletytranaaoted
On 'and after the ISt of Septeinber,
nntlittie day foi: opening•the Exhibition, when the office
will be removed to the Grounds of the Park.
TIM POLLOWiNG REGULATIONS HAVE
ALSO BEEN ADOPTED
1. Every 1 arson wishing' to be enrolled as a member
of the S eciPty, must apply on or before the first day of
each annual Fair, and en payment 'or one dollar to the
Treasiner, shall .receive a certificate ot membership,
wallah-leg the ttvine of the appllcant,.and endorsed by
the Secretary • but no such terkijicate 3kaU admit any per
son tato the eehibitton- Persons acting as Judges are ex
pected to bmome menibers.'
2. Every person becoming a member, as above, by
the payment of one dollar, shall receive with his certifi
cate of membership viva tickets, each of which shall
a :mit one person to the Fair once, and must be given up
to ho I.lo4rkesper at each time of entering. r •
Each life membAr of the Society shall receive,
an
'ally, adistaalon ticket.=
4. NO members , 49: rtitleatee shall be Issued attar the
first day of the Alit but any person may purchase four
Wails for one dollar at any tame and as often as he may
please during the ColltiMllLoeB,or we Fair.
6. The price of Separate single - admiskion tickets . shall
be twenty five cents . esch.- and no person, except the
officers of the Society, and employees of the - Society, all
of whom shall be designated on the roll, shall he permit
ted to enter without giving up a ticket at the door.
0. Children uuder twelve years of age sffilbeadailited
- gratuitously when in charge of adults all over that age
must be provided with tickets.
7. Exhibitors of Stock will be furnished with passports
for persons in charge of the same, which will entitle, the
bearer to admission at the Stock gate entrance only;
and any such passports transferred for the purpose of
'admitting others than those Actually in charge of Stock,
shall be declared forfeited, and the Exhibitor, whose em
ployee has thus transgressed ; shall be dePrived of all
privileges untihr this rule.
8. Certificates will be furnished by the Treasurer ; at
the office, in Harrisburg, at spy tiemernie me mar or
SEPTI&11101, and at his office, on the Exhibition Ground,
according to regulation first. The. Cards of. Life Members
are not to be g iven up at the vita.
9. Alluvial Membershi p: osa Domes . Life Membership,
10 Admittance card, price rwiterrr-sxsz csmx-v, will be
for sale at the Office on the grounds, on Wednesday, the
21st of September.
11. Carriages will be allowed to enter the enclosure on
the payment of twenty-five cents 'tor Single horse ; pair
of horses, fifty cents. Each, passenger OTHER THAN 311,1X
saes Arel) nista vAraitaas to pay twenty-five cents. Public
conveyances will not be'perautted to enter.
12. Any person to whom a prenStint of not less than
five dollars has been-awarcied, may.. elect to receive a
certificate of Life Membership..
HettandNtraw will be furniSlied cache for all animals
entered for premiums, Lad grain will be provided at cost
price for those who desire to purchase,
The Superintendent Will takeevery; precaution in his
power for the sefety of stock and articles on exhibition,
after their arrive/ and arrangement upon the grounds; but
will not be responsible for any los.e or damage that may
occur. The Society desires exhibitors. to give personal
attention to their articles and animals, anti at therclose of
the Pair to attend to their removal ; as the Society cannot
take further care of theft,
The Plowing Match .will take place on THURSDAY,
JOHN W. COWDEN. ESP , Treasurer, will be found at
the business office:arras the first of September.
.Execta . ire Gemmiltee.—David Mumma, Jahn P.
Rutherford Anthony W.l..oomis, "Henry Herr, Jr.,- Jereahlah
Rohrer.
A. BOYD HAMILTON; President.
JOHN H. ZIEGLER; Secretary.
*.* All the • newspapers in the County,
L El:Wish and
German, wilt' plet*te. insert ` WV Exhibition mid - semi
accounts to the Treasurer at the close of the :air.
su;22-ille
MRS. WINSLOW,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physiciao, prcien, to
the attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING SYRUP,
For Children Teething - ,
which greatly facilitates the process of teetbiug, by telt
ening the gums,reduciag all inflammation—wia allay ALL
PAIN, and spasmodic action, and ts
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
AND, RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANT . 4.
We have put up andsold this. article for °v.r ten
years, and CAN RAY is 00N. . IMMO' AND TRUTH, What
we have never be en ' able p 4 lomat' of any other cie.h.
clne—N EVER HAS IT , FAILED, IN A SINGLE IN
STANCE TO EFFECT A 10 ' CURE, when timely te.ed.
Never did we know an in- 14 dance of dirtaatisfactlon by
any one who used it. On /,, the contrary, all are de
lighted withite operations, r" and speak In term.; of
highestoomn.endation of Up Its magical effects iiril
medical virtues. We spoilt in this matter "WHAT WI
no ratow,4 alter ten years , ft experience, AND P4:l LC
OUR RIPUTATION FON TEC.° 1/lILFILMENT OP WRAT a a
mai mtcrAien. In almost 14 every Instance whore t'de
hilknt IS sabring from pain 1,4 and exhaustion, relief •4•,:l
be found in fifteen or 1.4 twenty minutes after the
syrup is.administered. l'i This valuable pro, ni •
tion Is the• primeripton of E 1 one of the most EXPERI
ENCED and BKILL F UL 0 NORM in New T00,L,1,
and has been used with . swag 1412150 SUCCE., .. et
THOUSANDS OF CASES
It net only relieves Hie Ug i child from pain, but In
vigoratee the stomach and bowels, corrects at: nty,
and gives tone and energy cis to the whole_sysk to. It
will almost Instantly re- -' • have' OBIP IN THE
BOWELS, AND WIND ke, couc, and overdose con
vulsions, which if not
. .„,, r- speedily remedied, ri,l 'n
death. liVe believe it the 1,61 saw and SUREST a.. 11.1
IN TER wpm), In all cases IQ of DY SEN TER I A\ g
DIARREICEA IN CHILD- in R • Ne ther it art.ei
ot *
from teething or from any 1,,,, e. We W. , .111
say to every mother who '''',_, b Id suffering fi,oi
any of the foregoing cos- '-• plain DO nor LbT Yl , Crt
PRRIVINDIPI, NOR INN FWD. 0 DIM OP OTIIILHP, stand be
tween your suffering eltlld and the renal that w II bu
SURE—yes, ABSOLUTE. LY SURE—to follow the
use of this medicine, it - timely used. Full direc
tions for using will accom- Ce pan, each battle. None
genuine unless the Pic- 1:11 simile of CURTIS & PER
New York, is on the outside wrapper.
gold by Druggists I'll throughout the world.
Principal Office No. 18 Cedar Ph, New York.
Price only 25 Cents per 13ottle
ang4-eavay
• - 4•'
NEVER , DEBILITATES.
IT is compounded entirely from Gums,
and has become an established tact, a Standard Medi
cine, known and approvedia by all that have used It,
and is now resorted Lo di with confidence to all the
pa l
.diseases for which it is re 40 commended.
It has cured thousands H within the last two years
a
who had given up all ho of relief, as the numerous
unsolicited certificates in my posseettion show.
The dose must be adapt ed to the temperament of
the individualtaldrig it an d g used in such quantities as
to act gently on the bowels.
Let the dictates of our _
use of the I IVEtt L•MOO-
Lts/a Corruners, $111.1013E
10 DIARRHOEA, SIINMERCON
ST Soon Srosison, Mawr.
CBOIXIIA MORHUIII aBOIZILL
JAUNDICE, FE:WA WEAK
successfully as an Otinme.
will cure SICK READACH
IN miters MINUTes, IP TWO
.TAKEN at commencement o
aug2B•dBt .
ALL WHO van Ir &SK WV
favor
sa
1.4
sir Mix Water In the month with the In..
vlgorator, and .wallow both together.
CATHARTIC PILLS
OOM'OUNDED PROM
l A= VEORTARLE EXTRACTS, AND PUT
UP IN GUMS CAS s, AIR TIGHT. AND
• WILL fr. Err IN ,:ANY ..CLIMETE.
The FAMILY CATELOI.-. •
active Cathartic; which the
prectice more than went&
The constantly beret's•
have long used the PILLS
all express in regard to
to place them within the
The Profession well know
on different portions of the
The POLLY GATHAP,
femme le this Well °stab
ded from et variety of the
which act alike on everg
nal, and are good and sale
thartic is needed, auali as
Sleepiness, Pains in the ' 9l
Pain and Soreness aver Ow 14
- or weight in the head, - a
Minns in Children or 4cl
- of the Blood, and
flesh is heir,too numerous
usement. oon, 1 to a
PRICE SO 'CENTS
_ _ _
.
THE LITER INVIGORATOR AND FAMILY CATllell-
IC Pius are retailed by Druggists generaliy,and
sold wholesale by the Trade in all the large
towns.
S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Proprietor,
je7•d&wyi] 835 Broadway, New York.
A;ROCHIAL SCHOOL!
!MUM AND CHESTNUT. STREETS,
CYRUS V. 'MAYS; A. M., Principtd
SCHOPs.„COMJAITTEM :
Tra,4csajlD. W. GRoset;
A. J. Bs" GEORGIN
GEORG. P. Viturnmo.
MALE Wad FEMALE Pupils of the age
..LULIor nixie years and upwards received on appl oat ,
to auy of the - committee.
The School Year is divided into Two Terms, viz .
Pint .71tra..—From the first Monday of September
second Monday of February.
Secondleraz—Fromthe second Monday of February
the second Monday in July.
Fri= per 2bra, without any atm charges what rev
First C1a55......:..1 Third Class
Second Cotes $l4 Fourth Class....
The fall term of this Institute will commence t.:1.1 ;Le
first M. nday of September, 1659.
It has met with eneouraging success during the -.
time it has been established, for which thecommitio , L ,,
leave to return their sincere thanks, :.nd they
spectfully solicit the continued patronage of lb..
Parents and guardians may rest assured that evil
Lion will be given by the Principal as well as ti.,
mittee, to the pupils committed to their charge,
ing left undone which may contribute totalize [be
"worthy of their entire confidence. All the brata..4-
learning Mem the elementary totted Lucludiag i.i.v
sar-y to fit the peal for entering the Freshman or.
more classes of College are taught in this school.
halr Communications by mail may be addressed t,
Rud. F. Felker, Chairman of the Committee.
jyl9-d2m* -
ROOFING SLATE.
THE subscribers respectfully attnouncr
that they -will furnish and put on SLATE.RouFLI ,
with Blatcfrom the celebrated Lancaster Count) 1 4
ries, which is unsurpassed by any other Slate in tht , m , se
ket. Our work will be done by the most expur.dw..e , l
workmen, and warranted to give satisfaction.
rup2-LE
E. BYERS
DR: F. GORGAS,
MEMBER OP 7SIB FACULTY OP BALTIMORE
• Oi:;11,LBOg OF , DENTAL SURGERY.
TIIIRING the months of November, De.r(
eember, January and February, Dr. GOirq AS. is
atbent front Harrisburg attending tolua 'duties at the
Baltimore Dental Wlleue•
All of the year, besides the above named mouths, Dr
G. can be found in his office in Harrisburg, On Th.
street, nearly' opposite the Daily Tautentspa , Fria 1
Office
niarao-
ATTENTION 17
STEW GOODS still arriving at Ili t
stand, No. 12, Northwestern side of Marke
Where the people are invited tMeall and examin
of goods, wktoh in elegance, variety and
will defy' competition, and comprtskt :
.__
everything in the Grocery Line, 7
with a fine stock of - *I,
ANDCHINA GLASS WARE,;
11'.4.4 W. L. : A
IRON CASTINGS.
ALL kinds of Iron Castings ni
der, of the Very best stock, and all to
to remove the sand and Scale. We have -
mos t eat naive assortment of Pulley patter
e:delphia. Apply at the RAG
Peuna. R Rom', above
. .
SANFORD'S
iodgmant guide you lu we
RA.11:011, and It will cure
ASTACU, ElrsizetaA,Canos.
rums, DIRINTERT, 1 RoP
17AL Onenvisses, etiouc,
INFA2CIIM, FL•TR LIIN CR,
moms, and may be used
aT FAMILY MIDICLYR. It
(as thousands can testify)
UR THREE riARPOUMII3I4 ARS
attack.
I
me their testimony In Re
PRIM OMR DOLLS PIM BOTTUL
-ALSO--
SANFORD'S
FAMILY
C PILL is a gentle b u
proprietor has need in Ins
years.
Mg demand rrom those who
and the Satisfaction which
heir eee, has induced me
teach of all.
that different Cathartics wet
Dowels.
TIC PILL has, with due re
bated fact, been oompoun
purees Vegetable Extracts,
wart of the alimentary
ail cast* where a c,-
Derangatteats of Stomach,
Back tandLetbs, Carlive-neu
bodor,llpdsosness, Headache
tnflasimaltry duie s,
alga, Rheumatism, a great
many diseases to wtach
to mention in this saver •
HASSIEIBURG,
DENTIST.
tn:l