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Saturday Afternoon, August 27,'58 :
LARGEST CIRCIILATION.—By a recent de:
elsion or the Harrisburg Post Master, the
MALT TELEGRAPH has the LARGEST
CIRCULATION, within the delivery 01
the Post Office, of any Paper, Daily or
Weekly, published hi 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 TBLEGBAPH, but the increas
ing circulation of our paper compels ns to use
taster presses. They will work 16 sheets every
minute very easy, and have often worked up to
20. They are both in excellent order, and
adapted to steam or man power. For a country
office they would answer all the purposes
desired, For particulars address,
GEO. BERGNER & CO.
Msonarno.—The Hon. Richardson L. Wright,
the Democratic candidate for Auditor General
of Pennsyldtinia, was formerly a mechanic, and
worked in the village of Jenkintown, Mont
gomery county. He has raised himself by his
individual exartiona.—lkydenaton Democrat.
We know Mr. WRIGHT well. He is an
arbitrary, arrogant and self-willed man—
so vain and conceited, and so unpopular
wherever known, that during his career
in the Legislature he was almost univer
sally detested even by his party friends,
and often did his party injury by the vir
ulousness, bitterness and absurdity of his
political bearing. The Philadelphia Daily
News comments very severely, but justly,
on the 'paragraph at the head of this arti
cle. It says :
"Raised himself, has he? From what?
" From honest and useful labor, Mr. Wright
has raised himself to the dignity of a Loco Foco
politician I He despised work, which contri
butes to the benefit of his fellow men, and left
it, to "raise himself" to the honorable position of
a wire-working partisan, scheming to enrich
himself, and gain influence at the expense of
"Be has "raised himself' from the condition
of an Industrious, worthy man, whose toil and
example tended to the • improvement of all
around him, to that of a drone in society, who
feeds and fattens upt.n what other men produce,
added to what can be pilfered from the public
crib. This is the idea which Democratic leaders
have of dignity. To be an honest and 'useful
mechanic, is, in their estimation, to be poor and
Contemptible ; to be a cozening, knee-crooking
knave, professing to love the people, and talk
trig grandly of the dignity of labor' to gain
popularity with ignorant men ; to know how
!to flatter those above you, and to crush the
poor beneath you :'
To crook the pregnant hinges of the knee,
Where thrift may follow fawning ;
to smother conscience, and resort to any device
to make money, is to be great and honorable.
." If the ' Hon.' Richardson L. Wright ever
was,a mechanic, and worked in the village of
Jenkintown, he was engaged in a more useful,
and consequently more honorable occupation
than he has been since. How, then, is he ele.
Sated ? Is it raising one's self, to leave work,
which is beneficial to society, and engage in the
trickery of office-hunting politicians, which cor
rupts and debases mankind?
"It Is false ! The Hon. Richardson L. Wright
has not raised himself by leaving useful work.
"One of the great causes of the corruption
and demoralization of the times is this, that
honest worth and utility find poor reward, while
bleated" wealth is honored and respected. What
is good.and for the benefit of all, is sneered at.
and despised ; while successful craft is pamper
ed and courted.
Pude gin with gold,
And the strong lance of Joanne burden breaks ;
, Clothe It lb rage, a feeble straw will pierce It."
001. ELMAiNAN SMITH, of Wyoming,
has been nominated for Senator by the
Wymning County Republican Convention.
R. P.. Ross and J. B. Harding were elect
ed Senatorial conferees. The district is
contilosed of the counties of Wyoming,
Bradford, Susquehanna and Sullivan,
which last fall gave over four thousand
majority tor Reed for Supreme Judge.
The Democracy of Northumberland
have nominated Gen—Wm. H. KASE of
that county for Assembly. Mr. Hotten
stein, the member of the last. session, was
a candidate for re-nomination, and made
strenuous efforts for it, but without sue.
case. The contest was warm and anima
ted, and has left its canker behind. The
Rottenstine men charge that fraud was
roMbleted to to bring about the result. The
.Afilonian says :
" Mr. Hottenstine was 'defeated by his own
.neighborit..the 'upper end' —who voted against
him because he refused, last winter, in the Le
gislature' to permit a vote to be taken to:see
whether the upper end might not be allowed
to unite with Union county. For this Anti-
Democratic course I l hey 'served him right.'
their tiaket'on Monday next.
CAMERON IN ICONTOI7R.
Noktour has also wheeled into line.—
At theitqate , Republican County Canyon
tioti the following resolution was.unani
Resolved, Tha l / 4 ,llbnost cordially approve of
the ouuree of ourvftwant and distingniihed
,_kienator, Hon. Staub Cagettox, which coin-
Altgelf to our b€4l. :markt, and is
eondace to , erity and happi
v2try. rut friend of
, lal interests
r 0471 p ;, —prudent,
14141 t 40 '
ne of our L
-Abu working m:
his native state . 'eh,
wise clone and o 7%,
pose 4.i4 statesman
l'aposylvau • Union m. r.
above all others, I'n to w;
ple of Moutottr county look forhasitipt,
idential chair, and we hereby declare=. rt •
*no tirst ohOice for the exalted station.
PLoss N Vont ne Opposition canal.
date for Congress is elected in Kentucky
by , a 'Majority of three, one in Tennessee
4 twenty-siz; another by eighty, and
another by fifty. A Democrat is elected
in Kentucky by Bizty.seven.
A NEW PARTY.
According to a correspondent of the
Richmond Whig, there is a movement on
foot to organize a secret party in Virginia,
in opposition to the Democrats and Re
publicans. The preliminary meeting is
said to have been composed of "old line
Whigs," who grew gray in the service of
Henry Clay; There were Americans who
have sat in the national as well as the
State councils of the old American party;
there were men who edit and control Re
publican papers; and there were dissatis
fied Democrats." The initials of the
party are "N. U. 0. 0. P.," and they are
willing to support any nominee for the
Presidency who will swear enmity to De
mocracy and Republicanism. The Wash
ington States facetiously remarks that,
"on the let Tuesday in November, 1860,
they will find ' N. U. 0. 0. P.' interpreted
by the American people, 'No Use for any
Conservative Opposition Party."'
INDIANA COUNTY. - The American
Republicans of Indiana have re-nomina
ted A. W. TAYLOR ) Esq., for the Assem
bly. Mr. T. was a m ember of the last
House and ranked among the very first of
the many able representatives in that
body, both for ability and integrity. We
are rejoiced to see that our friends have
determined to return him again. They
could not select a better guardian of their
interests. Among the resolutions adopt
ed we find the following :
Resolved, That we heartily approve the nomi
nations made by the State Convention, and we
hereby pledge our utmost efforts in behalf of
Messrs. CoCrass and Knit, because we believe
that in their election the Commonwealth will
secure the services of two honest, faithful and
competent public officers.
.Resolved, That Gen. SIMON CANKRON, our 11.
S. Senator, has proved true to the expectations
of the friends of Freedom and Home Industry
in Pennsylvania, and that his fidelity- to our
cherished principles, and especially the great
interests of our own State, of which he has been
a distinguished champion, entitle him to our
Resolved, That our excellent and popular Con
gressman, the Hon. JOHN COVODE, has in all re
spects fulfilled the hopes of his constituents;
and believing that his well known devotion to
the principles of the American Republican par
ty, his fidelity to all his pledges, his high char
acter for Integrity and capacity, his great ener,
gy and his wide spread popularity, all point to
him as a suitable candidate for Governor of
Pennsylvania, we hereby mcounnend him for
that office in 1860, and shall consider his nom
ination not only as a just tribute to his merits,
bat as a recognition of the claims of the
Western part of the State.
DISTRESSING AOOIDENT.—We learn
from a MeOhanicsburg paper, that a fatal
accident occurred near that place on Sat- ,
uiday evening last, by which a young
man named Henry Musselman, aged about
twenty-two years, residing on the Cum
berland Valley Railroad, near the village
of Kingston, lost his life. Mr. M. was
thrown from a colt, which he was riding,
and his foot becoming fast in the stirrup,
he was dragged thus by the animal a dis.
tance of a mile, breaking one of his legs
and otherwise, so seriously injuring and
mutilating his head and body as to cause
death in about an hour thereafter. The
deceased at the time of, the accident was
on his way to visit a lady to whom he was
to'have been married in the purse of a
RIDING ON THE Cow-Cammitit.—Since
Willis' description of his cow-catcher ex
ploit on the Baltimore and Ohio Railioad,
many fool-hardy passengers have solicited
the conductors on that great thoroughfare
to allow them to try the sensation. A day
two since, a lady and gentleman insist
upon taking a jaunt on the cow-catch-
of a train coming west. Their request
was granted at last, and the train
slightly behind time, they were carried
along in this unprotected way at the rate
of fifty-five miles an hour. When relieved
from their position, they could. not have
been persuaded to try the sensation a
second time. The train had not gone two
two miles further, when the pilot struck a
co,v and shouldered it. If the passengers
had continued to occupy their positiodi
they must have been killed.
Coat MINERS ON d. STR.,IILE. We
learn from the Ptitsburg papers, that the
coal miners in Western_Pennbylvania are
on a atriiie for' higher wages. The Jour
net/ say s:-- •
, i'Altitig the Monongahelaind Youghiogheny,
the coal miners, to the Pemba of three thous
and or thereabouts, are now engaged in a
"strike" for an Increase of Wages, or the weigh
ing of the coal at the Month of the pit, instead
of the 'gestalt system of measurement. The
miners are making extraordinary efforts to se
cure unity sad, energy among themselves and
to induce'the pit - owners to come totheir terms,
and the movement is now so general a pat there
seems no probability of a settlement without
a compromise. The trade is a very-Important
one, and its suspension a serious %jury to all
the business interests of this vicinity. We,
therefore, hope soon to hear of a compromise
between the contending parties
A xnammact jour printer arriving at Cincin
nati the other day, and out of . sorts, invested
the remnants of ,t4a - niiat t ayin a lottery ticket
which drewlitree thousand dollars. . Ekb - settled
:s bills and went home satisfied. _
< . lllB was "giving the devil hisilue." There
hairs .re jour printers we wot of who deserve to
i i ii i i 4 L '4 out tVhem the. same measure of
sorri.VM ire excs\
are others, however, we . are
ether „r i ll* _ o would rather inbmit to Any
finch Burs ilk tie .°ls3-i2 thail t4l : of:ju l g l i i •
, win prizes. -., •
pennsvluania etlegraph, Zulu bat) 'afternoon, 2tugust 27, 185.9.
A RICH MISER IN JAIL.—We learn
from the Lancaster Court proceedings, that
a gentleman, worth about fifty thousand
dollars, having brought suit against
another individual, the Grand Jury ig
nored the bill, and mulcted the plaintiff
in the costs, which were twenty-two dol
lars. With this kind of justice he was
utterly disdusted, and fully determined
not to pay the twenty-two dollars, he went
to jail, but the bill of fare, er, as the great.
Christopher North calls it, the 14 carnal re
finements," there served up, by no means
pleased his palate, so, after one day and
two night's incarceration, he concluded to
hand over the pewter and " vamose the
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
The steamer Etna,made an excellent run from
Liverpool to Boston, having beaten the . Americs;
into port about thirty hours, although she left
Liverpool twelve hours later than the America.
It was erroneously stated yesterday, that the
Etna brought no files of European papers from
the Liverpool agent of the associated press.
They were received through the post office,
their delivery having been detained about fif
teen hours, by the purser of the Etna neglect
ing to deliver the bag to the -Boston agent, to
whom it was addressed.
The Democratic Senatorial Conferees met
here on Thursday to nominate a candidate for
Senator to represent the counties of Blair, Cam
bria and Clearfield. Three candidates were
named for the office, and over one hundred
ballots had. The candidate presented by the
conferees from'Cambria, Mr. Durbin, was finally
nominated. Much excitement prevailed.
The blue noses of the Nova Scotia Telegraph
Company still withhold our important news by
the steamer City of Washington, and as they
may attempt some fraud on the public by using
what does not belong to them, the commercial
public should be upon their guard. As soon as
we receive authentic intelligence 4. will be made
public upon our bulletin boards. -----
Death of a Frenelteonsul.
SAVANNAH, August 27.
W Louis Harne, the French consul at this port,
died to-day of old age. He wagon o:d resident ;
of this city, and•has occupied the pogi oidOnatir
for the last twenty-two years.
New Orleans papers of Sunday last have been
received by mail. By a new regulation, to go
into effect on the Ist of September, all free per
sons of color arriving there must immediately
be lodged in jail, and remain until the depar
ture of the boat or vessel on - which they arrive.
The steamship Moses Taylor has at:rivedfrom
Aspinwall, bringing $2,126,000 in gold and the
California mails of t h e 6th inst. Her advices
from California have been anticipated via New
The store room of Benjambil Barton in this
city was robbed last night* of Watches and
Jewelry, estimated at $7,500. The entrance
was effected from an *adjoining unoccupied
The steamship America from Liverpool via
Halifax, arrived last night. Her mails will be
dispatched by the morning train, and will be
due in Philadelphia tonight.
An arrival at this port furnishes late advices
from Venezuela. The Liberals had _taken
Laquayra without opposition, on - the• morning
of the Ist of August.
Non-Arrival of the Indian.
FARTHER POINT, Aug, 27, 11A. M.
There are as yet no signs 0, t4e steamship
/adieu, now hilly dug, with dateis 14::;'.ttie 'l7th
intt. ' '
• pins Yonxj Arra 27..
The schooner Beauty:l4 Philadelphia, front
Alexandria, bgand tolnisliienCe; waiabandorp.
ed on.the geoth inst., in a-sinking condition.—
Her crew Into arrived here.
Ex-President Pierce Returned.
BOSTON, AUgUSt 27.
Ex-President Pierce and wife are among the
passengers of the steamship America.
Soiling of thekity of Baltimore,.
• Yong. August .27.
The steamer City of Baltimore sailed to-day
with $600,000 in specie, for Liverpool.
Art Artesian well, bored at jaeltson, Michi
gan, struck a fountain of pure :water at the
depth of 155 feet, which stippliesan abundance
fur the uses of the State Prison located there.
SANITEX LINN, Esq., of Bellefonte, in response
to an invitation tromge,ntlemen of both parties,
is before the voters of Centre, Clearfield and
Clinton counties as an Independent candidate
for President Judge. - -
lon was formed at Somerset,. Pa., one night
last week., and clothes hung out. to- dry were
frozen quite stiff. The frost was very heivy,
, s o wonder
s ,t So ns o
eri. county are
A Fast Steamer.
Nriv Yom, August 27.
Mums, August 27.
The Telegraphic Difficulties.
SecEvms, N. 8., Aug. 27
During the past winter I bad several boat loads of
apples to make into cider, and procured one of ollicsion's
PORTABLE CIDER Mare," and found that, with two bands,
I could make eight and nine barrels of eider a day—the
men. only working by day light; in the short days of
win*. The HSI not only performed in the most perftEli.
ant Satisfactoug mariner, but worked with remarkable
ease and with Ismail amount of power. I tried other
portable Mills, but none that worked with half the ease or
speed of knacks Keystone Mier Mill; and I can safely
, recommend it in preference to all others.
WASHINGTON, August 27. I Harrisburg, June 16th, 1859. CHARLES TOMS.
Negroes to be Lodged in Jail.
Later from California.
Nzw Yoax, — August 27
Large Robbery of Jewelry, &e.
.ALlElEemmu, August 27
Arrival of the America.
BOSTON, August 27.
later train Venezuela.
- NEw Yonx, August 27.
Nt CU 2bnertistintitts.
HHOUSE FOR RENT. —A Dwelling
House situated iu North street, opposite the Capitol
Grounds. Enquire at A. HIMMEL & CUSS Shoe Store.
GERMAN WlNE.—Schloss Johannis
berg—a very superior article—and for sale by
WM. DOCK, JR.
T 0 ST .—A. White and Liver Colored
4 Pointer Dog. Any information respecting him will
be thankfully received at Poulton's Bowling Saloon.
FOR SALE AT
BERGNER'S CHEAP . BOOKSTORE,
51 Market Street,
A LIFE FOR A LIFE, by the author of John Halifax,
LOVE ME LITTLE, LOVE ME LONG, by Chas. Reade.
MRS. PARTTINGTOIPS KNITTING WORK.
ADAM BEADE, Geo. Ehot.
MATRIMONIAL ADVENTURES of Peter Glancy.
MOSAICS, by the author of "Salad for the Sootal.' ,
LOVE, (L'Amour) from the French of IL J. Michelet.
And all the late Publications, (as soon as Issued,) for
sale at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market street.
BEWARE OF BITTATIONB.
QIIERIPE COD LIVER OTL JELLY.—The only gen
uine, and approved by the New York Academy of Medi
cine One of the most useful discoveries of the age—
enabling the-most delicate stomachs to retain and digest
this valuable remedy
PENFOLD, PARKER & MOWER, Agents, New York.
For sale by D. W. Gross & Co., and by all Druggists.
HICKOK'S PATENT PORTABLE
Cider and Wine Mill and Press.
THlSsterling machine, which from the
test of several years has proved itself superior in
point of simplicity and efficiency to anything In the mar
ket, is now ready for the apple harvest or 7858.
It is made, if possible, better than ever, and where
there are no agents, farmers will do well to send to the
manufactory early for a circular.
igy- More than one hundred Silver Medals and Diplo
mas have been given to this Mill within the last four years.
This Mill has been the pioneer in that line, and we claim
that It is the best one in the Market on the following
let. It will grind the easiest, faslest,and in the most
2d. The Press is the simplest and most powerful, and
quickest handled. It is not hampered up with a number
of screws and cog-wheels, which create enough friction
to destroy its utility. It is wall made and sold at a fair
The Mill occupies about two and.a.halt feet by
taros feet; ancerworisees hlgb,. weiglianigg7o„ pounds, is
every way portable and convenient.
Mr. Chaffee of Broome county, New York, writes that
he, with one hand, went from larm to farm with one of
these Mills, and made over one thousand barrels of cider
in the fall of HU.
Manufactured exclusively by the
Send for a Circular. aug26 aawlm
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to
the attention of mothers, her
For Children Teething .
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening the gims,reduciug all inflammatlon—will allay ALL
PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO REGULATE . THE BOWFTA.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
AND, Itkl.lEr AND HEALTH TO'YOUR INFANTS.
We baveputup and sold this article for over ten
years, and CAN SAY, IN CON- . FIDDICR AND TRUTH, what
we have never been able N I to say of any other medi.
cine—N VER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE IN
STANCE TO EFFECT A p CURE, when timely used.
Never did we know an In-;' thence of dissatisfaction by
any one who used it. On the contrary, all are de
lighted with its operations, r - and speak in terms of
highest coma endatipn of ra its magical effects and
medical vhlues. We speak in this mutter "WHAT we
DO NNOW,i, alter ten years experience, AND MIDGE
mut REPUTATION FOR 1110" 1 FIDFLUORHT OP WHAT we
Ran mutts. In almost p q every lostatce Where the
Infant's suffering from pain 1-j and exhaustion, relief will
be found • in fifteen or 6.„4 twenty minutes after the
syrup isadministered. F`i This valuable prepara
tion le the presoripton of Eli one of.the most EXPERI
ENCED and SKILLFUL° NURSES in New England,
and has been used with Name FAD/Na success in
THOUSANDS OFCASNS, •
It not only relieves the s " child from pain,
vigorates the stoinach end bowels, corrects acidity,
and gives tone and energy en to the whole system. It
will almost instantly re- - hove GRIPING IN THE
BOWELS, AND WIND,kr COLIC, and overcome con
vulsions, which if not, - speedily remedied, end In
'death: - •: - %Ate believe It the IV MD end stoma RUMMY
wut WORLD, in all cases 141 of DYSENTERY AND
DIARRIREA iN CHILD- co .REN whether it arises
fromfeething or from any hp other cause. We would
say to every mother who has a.child suffering from
any of the foregoing COM- plaints—no NOT LB! YOUR
PREDIDICER, NOR TIM PRSJPP , DIMS OP amass, stand be
tween your suffering child and the relief that will be
SUBEyes,, ABSOLUTE- LY SURE—to folloW the
use: of this medicine, it " timely used. Full direc
tions for using will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unless the me- pi simile of CURTIS & PER
EINS, New York, is on the outside wra er.
Hold by Dr uggi s ts tbroughou' ld.
Principal Office, No. 13 Cedar S k.
• Price only 25 Cents
MOST RELIAI3LE ROUTE
TO NEW YORK
IS VIA THE
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R.
CAMDEN AND AMBOY, OR NEW BRUNS=
WICK R. It.
OMNIBUS FARE THROUGH PHTLAnEL
PRIA INCLUDED. •
PASSENGERS leaving Harrisburg via
venasylvanla Central R. R., arrive in New York as
LEAVING HARIMBURG by FAST LINE at 2.30 A. 11.,
arrive in New York at 1 20 P. N.
LEAVING HARRISBURG by EXPREES TRAIN at 6.08
A-X. arrive in New York at 8.10 P. X.
LEAVING HA RRr6 . I3IIRG by MAIL TRAIN at 1.10 P. /1,,
arrive in New York at 10.00 e. x.
ALL TRAINS by this route make close connections at
PASSENGERS privileged to STOP In Philadelphia and
resume their journey at pleasure.
A. L. ROUMFORT,
Sup't. East,. Die. Pean'a. B. R.
J. CRANE, Ticket, Atent.
FOR THE CITY OR COUNTRY. •
THIS Valuable Patent Portable Gas Light
is offered to the public in full confidence over every
other Gas Light in existence for Simplicity, Safety,
Economy and Brilliancy of Light in any temperature ; it
is devoid of any smell or smoke, giving a steady. cheap,
and brilliant Gas Light, and it requires no trimming.—
This light is under complete control, being regulated by
the screw so as to be reduced from a full blaze to a small
one, such as is suitable for a night lamp, and is quickly
restored to its full capacity. It is admirably adapted for
Churches, Stores, Hotels, Dwellings, Lecture Rooms,
Halls, Factories, Caual Boats and Railroad Cars. or
wherever a good light is desired. Parties desirous of se
curing the right of Territory for this valuable invention.
that will commend itself, can do so by calling at No. 13
Market Street, Wieetllng's building, where they will be on
exhibition and for sale for a few days only. consisting of
Chandeliers, Brackets, Harps and Stand Lamps, each one
being a perfect Gas works In miniature. Give us a call.
Open during the day and evening.
aug26-dtf WITTRRS WY)
W. L. TREWICK,
GENERAL DEALER IN GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, CHINA
AND GLASS WARE.
No. 12 North Western Side , arket Square.
IRespectfully inform customers and
the public, that I have just received a large Invoice
of GROCERIES and GLASS WARE, some new patterns of
Fruit Jars, Tumblers, Bottles, &o. Also, a large Invoice
of SOAP, from New York, said to he superior to any now
in use. Also, a nice lot of GREEN and BLACK TFAS,
new crop, with all articles usually found in large Gra.
caries. Call—see prices and judge for yourselves. Re
member the place—No. 12 North Western Side of Market
A. M. Bininger & Co.
No. 838 BROADWAY, N. Y.
This DELICIOUS TONIC,
especially designed for the use of the
MEDICAL PROFESSION and the Femax,
possesses those intrinsic medicinal proper
ties (Tonic and Diuretic) which belong to
an Old and PURE GIN. The busi
ness of manufacturing spurious gins, and
offering them as beverages, under the
cated," etc., has become so common, that
the public are justly suspicious of nearly
everything that is offered under similar
forms, and the trade has thus been brought
into disrepute. It has remained for, our
house (established in 1778) to supply the
pressing popular need, and to inaugurate
a new era in the history of the Trade.
We trust that our established reputation
—fouldB4 upon eighty year 43 of 1 x
►ice :dun an y vindlates Otr — Claim to
A comparison of "Bininger's Old London
Dock Gin" with others bearing similar names,
will establish its superiority, and make other
Put up in QUART BOTTLES, in Cases
of one and two dozen each, 'and sold
throughout the world by Druggists, Gro
Druggists and Dealers
WINES AND BRANDIES,
Direct from United States Bond
or For sale at HARRISBURn, by thus. A.
BANNVART, and JOHN H. ZIEGLER.
MAX EICHRODTS -
_FOURTH STREET NEAR CHESTNVT.
A Superior article of LAGER BEER and
'INDIE always on hand. Lovers of these beverages
are respectfully invited to call. augl2-dtr
DR. WM. H. EGLE,
ESPECTFULLY offers his professional
1:11, services to' he citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity.
jar office in the " Patriot and Union" Buildings, Third
tree', ab”ve Market je Stf
THE subscribers respectfully announce
that.they will furnish and put on sum ROOFINQ
with Rasta from the celebrated Lancaster County Quar
ries, which is unsurpassed by any othsißlate In the mar
ket. Our work will be dewl by the met-experienced
workmen and warranted to give antiatnotiall
my2-tf E' BYERS az CO.
Select Schools for Boys and Ghia.
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
rpHB Fall term of ROBERT M'ELWEE'S
School tor boys, wil l . open on the last Monday in
August.. The room la wall verdllateij, comfortably far
nished, and in every respect well adapted ror acbOol
CATHARINE AVELWEE'S School for girls, located in
the same building, will open for the fall term at the same
time. The room has been elegantly fitted up during the
vacation, to promote the health and comfort of scholars.
PENN'A. FEMALE COLLEGE,
REV. B. R. WAUGH. A. M., PRINCIPAL.
T H E iseveuth Annual Session begins
Thursday, September Ist. Educational advantages
and lisaulty uneurpateed. Boarding - Yupils surrounded
by all the influences of the Christian home.
Circulars containingtull inforrnat.on . can be obtained
at the College. • aug2s d2w
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
WAXHIBITION.--The Ninth Annual Ex
-124 hibition of the Pennsylvania State Agrscultural
Society, will be held at Powenon, Philadelphia, on Tues
day, Weunesday, Thursday and Friday, the zlth, 28th,
29th and 80th days or September next. -.On the Ist Sep•
tember, the Secretary willremove to the Rooms of the
Philadelphia Society for the promotion of Agriculture,
No. 626 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, where Books of
Entry for the Exhibition wilt be opened.
Letters addressed to the Secretary, at Hnrrlabnrg, or
John McGowen, Philadelphia, and Charles' K. Engle,
atleton, will meet with attention tilt Ist September.
Hon. DAVID TAGGART, President,
A 0. RIMER. Secretary. =
Jr- Goods for Exhibition, carried on all the Railroads
in the State, to and tro, free of charge. auglB-st.
GIRT. WANTED—A GERMAN - GIRL
capable of doing the work of a small family, can
find a permanent place and good wages promptly paid,
by applying at THLS OFFICE. aulB dif
IWOR RENT.—A Small Dwelling House
L Posses.ton given immediately.
aug24.lllw Enquire at JONES' STORE.
N 0 TlO E .—The Fall Seseion of the
FIIdAS wi I com
mence ou Thursday, Septemher 1, 1859." '
B. E. DIXON',
THE Executive Committee of this 5,..
have appointed the following officers C•r
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 211 t, THUR SDAY
Sept. 22d, FRIDAY Sept. 23d, 1h39.
Superintendent and Chi.tf Marsha/ :
Gam. E. C. WILLIAMS.
Committee of Arrangements and Aids le Marshal
DAVID MV/lIXA, Ja., Messrs. WILLIAM C. KarNEN.„[,, •
SOMME= and SanJANin O. PLINKS. The above
arechareed with the reception and Allc.lnient r.r
and position for all: articles Intended for tAlui.,iL,
with the good order of vieltors and exhibitors.
WILLIAM D. BOAS,
Whose onion for business will be at the rooms ~r
St.ite Society, Second street above Walnut, liar _
where premiums lists and list of Judges will be T,
entries made and other business of die Society
On and after the Ist of September,
until the day for opening the Exhibition, w hen tLe
will be removed to the Grounds of the Park.
THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS lIAVR
ALSO BEEN ADOPTED:_
1. Every person wishing to be enrolled as 1 D..% •
of the Society, must apply on or before the lint „..
each annual Fair, arid on payment of one dollar
Treasurer, shall receive a certificate of no n.l . -
containing the name of the applicant, and ,
the Secretary ; but rte suck cesti.ficiVe shall admit
SOD WO th e echibition. rersons amnia as Judges in,
petted to become members.
2. Every person becoming a member. as at, t.
the payment of one dollar, shall receive ad!' hi
cate of membership ewe Calcine, each of
admit one person to the Fair once, and must be
to the Barkeeper at each time of entering.
3. Each life member of the Society shall rece.,,
neatly, a Dimity admission ticket.
4. No members' aertincatea shall be Issued r • 0
first day of the Fair ; but any person may pureli.., r. -
tickets for one do ll ar al any time, and as often a:: _,
please during the continuance of the Fair.
6. The price of separate single admission nett', -i
be twenty five cents each. And no person, ex , pi -
officers of the Society, and employees of the ..SO4 ~.j).
Of whom shall he designated ou the roll, shall be psr:.
ted to enter without giving up a ticket at the door.
O. Children under twelve years of age will be ad=
gratuitously when in charge of adults : all over
must he provided with tickets.
7. Exhibitors of Block will be furnished with ;asst. ,
for persons in charge of the same, which will email,
hearer to admission at the Stock gale entrance ni
Bed any such passports transferred for the pure.,
admitting Others than those actually In charge of
shall be declared forfeited, and the Exhibitor, whooe
ployoe has thus transgressed, shall be deprived of
privileges under this rule
8. Certificates will be furnished by the Treasurer.::
the office, in Harrisburg, at any time ATTU Tale Fllt.-1
ElaPnia a, and at his office, on the Exhibition i:rou _
according to regulation first_ The Cards of Lite llemb
are not to be given up at the gate.
9. Annual Membership, One DOLLtli. Life ilembersL.;
10. admittance card, price lima :Tr-am cwip., will e
for sale al the Mee on the grounds, on Wednesday - ,
21st of September.
11. Carriages will be allowed to enter the enclosure r.
the payment of twenty-Ave cents for single horse ;
of horses, Any cents. Each passenger masa Tay
NES AND TIBOR FAMILIES. to pay twenty-five cents. Put ...
conveyances will not be permitted to enter.
12. Any person to whom a premium of not less It ,n
five dollars has been awarded, may elect to recelv..
certideate of Life Membership.
Bay and Straw will be furnished °furls for all anan.,]3
entered for premiums, and grain will bo provided at e.
price for those who desire to purchase.
The Superintendent will take every precaution In t..r:
Power for the safety of stock add articles ou exbibui
after their arrival and arrangement upon the grounds ;
will not be responsible for any loss or damage that n...y
occur. The Society desires exhibit“ra to give perso.....
attention to their articles and animals, and at the ClOlll.
the Fair to attend to their removal, as the Society CallUto:
take further care of them.
The Plowing Match will take place on THURSDAY
September 22 •
JOHN W. COW DEN, FAQ Treasurer, will be found a:
the business niece MR= the firet or September.
Zinecuttoe COmonnee.—Ditvid Mumma, Jr., John P
Rutherford, Anthony W. Loomis, Henry Herr, Jeretu..fh
A. BOYD HAMILTON, Frainlent.
JOHN H. ZIEGLER, Secretary.
*** All the newspapers In the Gennty. Engll4ll Bud
German, will please insert WI Exhibition and beni
accounts to the Treasurer at the close el the ;Mr.
THE undersigned informs the public that
he has opened this elegant
rituated about twenty miles from Dauphin and tw•rcu .
nine miles from Harrisburg, accessible by the Scbuyk
and Susquehanna Railroad, in an hour and a hair fr. a,
time of leaving.liarrisbarg.
is wild and picturesque it the highest degree, and witt,
a short distance of large coal beds, whore an hour or i.
may be whiled away with pleasure and t rolls. Tw..t.
years ago, parties of thtrty or forty families, from
large towns and cities were In the habit f “campiug ;.
at this celebrated Spring, and is now with .te
improvements, a still more charming place than ever.
Is held In high estimation by all who have used It, b.
for bathing and drinking, and is, without doubt R. ,
hettlty and invigorating as any water that flows.
will be well stocked with all the delicacies and sub
Manilas of • the season, and every effort made
my guests happy and contented.
wlll find ample accommodations, and at rates that a :
make it an object, pecuniarly, to choose this I et , rt
preference to any other. For further particulars :Kltirt,
or apply to ADAM HA AK.
angtAilm Cold Serfage, Lebanon county p.
SUET IND BOOK ISII.
ORGAN HARMONIUMS AM)
OLI1SS; GUITARS, FLUTES, &c.,
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE IN GENERAL.
No. 92 Market Street.
WIT.T.T A M KNOCHE.
SOLE A.GENT for the sale of Schuh.:, , r
& Celebrated Pianos and Mason k It
bielodeons and Organ Harmoniums, by special ,pc
New Pianos and Melodeons always on baud.
band instruments taken as part payment for
Sheet ldusio of all kinds from a leading •
House in Philadelphia,
Citizens and others deskhng Instruments, Sh.,l
Beek Music are respectfully invited to call at N0. , ..)2
Meek orthey mdu be wafted upon by making
wishes known to W. KNOCH.E.
All orders, by mail or otherwise will be prom P ,
toned in, mars
NEW MUSIC STORE.
No. 93 Market Street, Harrisburg.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY,
0. C. B. CARTER.
DR. GEO, F. NISH.
Office in 'Market Street, Two doorz
from the Post Office.
OF BAGLEY'S CELEBATED, GOL,
PENS, in Gold and Silver Cases, pat received, coin
prising all the different sizes and yricia.
'Kir, All Pens eold are warranted, which is a sufficient
guarantee that'Term ARK GOOD. Oa and try them at
BffiGNER'S CHEICAP EtOOKSTORF,
51 Market sire of