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'V 6E,GI!; BERGNER & CO.,
PA : LCIfIFfI
:s• az:verd to sv.t...eribers in the
F.. ale; cat, per wrok. Yeaely sabectibere
.1' AND Fkat.Wralen" Toscasne.
:salsa publiabed twice. a n'Lkae datiag
Lure. and weekly during the re
.. (...3r, a4dfurbiaile4 to au Wen word kt tbo
and &had Dachas anppliat with 1110
• in advanet.
t!rz un , OP IfISIMPAPF.,!P.
i'O.re per year.
ord,r tha nineantinuaneo of their news
, Lha , „hi seer my continue to send them until
~r e 014.
~.,,,oriber; neglect or refuse to take their iteweca•
tewn to which.they aro &Tem), they are
,:,r^nithey.araaotUUd the bills and ordered
Din Goobs, sct:
9 r orrNIN ()F . orR-ou iaaa
sUIIiER,DEtY O.OD S
lam now cattattintly rtmAiving and. opeming
A th.n cwrtahliht, of .N . F: d GOOD 3, which Su
and 1 , ;:c0.4 Real ccoilknt Icon otter
IYIWCEMPNT3 TO PURCIIASEItfI,
EY ANY OTEIEri nousr
evcrg kyle 3
1 rnl 111,
kr. Mot - inning Goods.
The only full and complete STC,Is to bi
p ':ounil in TQW:4.
E Of every Style, Quality and Color, vary-,
ng priee from $1 50 to $2.0 00. j
Collard and Sleeves,
k Very Inch Preach Work Collars,
B wtaa Edalogp,
Jakonota and Diaitwookg,
Cambric's and Malta,
Dotted, Swiss, -
Stripes . for Steelies t
My srocx is theshirost, and as complete
a As possible.
tr. Jouvos,Ladies and Gentlemen, imported
'expressly for my own osn.
Jesus, &c., &c
MT UOOO3 ARE BOUGU or
c MAN C FACTU REES AND JOBBERS,
I ASI ENAIILLIVJ SUL AT NUM, !"
THAT —DF7,1 1.-- COMPETITION.
(i.. 41 ,L a^ 2EXAIIIN4 I my TO 04
Le , PURGILAJ ING elsewhere.
Wit:LIAM A. CATHCART,
NO. I 4 MARKET RC/DARE,
Nr Doon To TUE. HARRISBURG) BASE.
r. 2, NEW lid ETIC L SALT,
L -- 1 I.VILIJIMATORY D15E4,4114 ONLY.
1.4 %c a r erb Nevnttil ct Lllll Dt uaat oga reuieoirui :: 4( 1
0”e al tit, and nctornia.ttes not non thing to vitt,
iullAtunutt,ry, 01-eaue whatever be Its
tuna or locality. That It amid T by Orkualizlog the
thereby removing the 6010 cause Of
i me 43l u 41a4a41.144, Nedra 'gait, Headache.
h Wide, Femora, ballaumied Throat, LUuga ,
. 0 04 414 d Liver, Fellatio Ilisease.V.rysipolse t hrotioniti.,
Pkt t ley, Asthma, Dyspepd,i,, Diseases,
r coat, Scrofula, Canker mud all other forma of la.
NioW Limitation are easily subdued by the Sew Medi.
TriVNViv bled. aralt is no cure ,
121 all but does just wbal it el .Ims tu do—no more,
uo lows-.41q11411343 Me circulation by removing
.z i 4 from tto system all arterial and venous Waitron.
"... 11 altitudes have tried the virtue,. uT
al. the New itettical Salt, though but lately ahl:
....: r coverod; 'Witness the testimonials and certittoatell
/1 4 t=frtrit!V d ae l :. " = " J e4 0 1 tt
woe cured of a severe case of Neuralgia la lesa
than a week.—None
V oviir &Vara - Me alnelicine is nobly
t 4.1 . totalling, In my cute, sit the promises which
DO made for it. A few doses aloe relieved my
mother of a rush of blood to the head. .
J. P. UILLINCHIA.H. Pins
40,) iltaballllllio.sy itlairiainattatirAffaa any
complaint. The flat package dll the work
4.llecuLdly, as not a veetlae of Rlmotoatism la lon*
It DUNCAN, New York
Komi , ft Is good for , Itbettunatlem,
removiog it la a low hours. I ant new trying
for retch' and have already received berketli.
B. Lussio., Rending.
iraall a toe Aocurbou orate Alltd r Ossi•
aorta. In too bye ajo vain was gone.
T. W. Fl 1.1 D • .iina.
LODby tile uoOtt ttoVO
it tne,i it It had complete coutro . l over
mailon ( Va.) New Era.
:‘,irai t oL twr, o eeu cared by lt.—Jejerion. ,
(14ii.) 41e PI , VTtI,
CIPP Al u b"?.:c"ri l 't/70174: 1 1 1 1 1 : 4 1r:7„iit r uYiettimluocufatarzji
i 4. 0) 1 , 1/ tattled fr om Dr u gg ist who bita thls rain bL s;
Itic.ai,iaa for 61110.
rilco $l. Chronic paektgo 32.50.
D. C. TAYLOR 6; CO.,
Oenerd Agents, 202 Deck Street, Phiktdelphta.
The Now Medical San is for sale is Bar.
J. r4L.nr,, , tyy L0 u, 4 .; rtaillnu
&Co., C. K. Koller, F. A. a wl Aolti ‘,.. canerprin•
ng DroLiata whom& the "/Glograpb")o Md.
AS it 4 not• patent mothoine, but too _ 4orirtlon r
n;NEW emtuout n 14101.1111 ono ahontil *A to try ttl
,rft• for teutliotilati algtl 41notioug act k;irctilN
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ATEN.S. - 1344taa.P , - •
A compound r:+. - d9 .- .., in Which we i aVO
,rl,„ labored to prodtftititimmt effectual altera a that
,made. It is ibrimevaitited extra tof Para sa
p partlia, sO coOthln illi ottitip.anbetenneS Of still ti Saler'
Cdtetll'lVe power aftk , til aim elective antidote tho
diseases Bars& s reptited to cure. It is 3 ved .
that such a y erautedlity those who attire* from
Strnmous co Mur k . tad tbateitme which will accoMPlititi
their curt:4oostor Itrugierio service to this clap/Poi
Alrlf afilictelthll - izev. aOtit completely this corn
priood a watao r , n p experiment roVea by experiment on my le
. ..04 . tgoorot a 4 to oft fortatt or the follociagaim
Z,IIiNTLI ASA tfitOlM ill"s•CotrPtsmist, Eitonto. alb
WWl:firs presat*'etrtuts, rttirtss, Itunemat, its,.
Sara Roma, *rem ne tn. SYPertii Am" Sytaltrrm 41 c•
noxs, MingeririAL DitanAst - Maraca N* YAMS Offerie
Doctor Deaatrrx, Dv - _cm .Lariosserrs, Myr
, 4' 4• ' ' ~ '' • Y and Jta rb t*
whole co at t , air • ~ • .a fur /nil Or Tgle
'llos compoitti.l wili i•e found is„ great preinottrV
health, when ta}ten in the Sys lug, to expel the awl hit
more. which rester in the blood at that action of the year
Ity the timely expubdou of Mem luany rankling disordtd*
ere nippeet in.tbe bud. Multitivirta eau, Ay the aid of
this r , inedy, spare themselves from the **durance 01
foul eruptions nod ulcerous sores, through "Mich the
e 7 ...1,,e, will strive to rid •t,elf of corraptiona, it rot as
RiSt(2(l to 110 tic+ through the natural channels of the
body by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the vitiated
blood whenever you lind its impurities bursting through
the skin is pimples, eruptions or sores ; cleanse it when
you hod it in obstructed and sluggish is the VOIDS; de anSe
it whenever-it is fetal, and your feelings will tejl you
when. Even where no particular disorder is felt, People
enjoy better health. a n d /lye longer, for cleansing tho
blood. Keep the blood healthy, and all is well ; but
with thin patmlirm of life disordered, there,cap be no
lasting health Avner or titer something musego wrong,
and the great machinery of life Li disordered or Over
Militants, 4:e., &c
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, 114 riodation
of accomplishing these r 1143. But the workt Las been
egregiously dereivbd by- preparations of it, partly be
cause the drusalnno has not all the virtue that Is maimed
fag. lustrnare hoe man4pfeliSlNip bo nS, pretending
to tit doMimtrated e oxigacts o contain t little of the
virtue or SersaparigialTh'y itg
I>tti.tiginte years f pub& oittre.beea utifts4 by large
boulos ' pretending to give a quart of Extract of Sorsa
parillitfor one dollar. Most of these have beet frauds
upon the sick, for they not only contain:llA, if any ,
Sarsaparilla, but often no curative properties whatever
'thence, biitsr and painful disappointment has .follow
!tense of the various (=trains of dar6ap3Hlla which Mood
the.roarket, until this,patise ['Moir is Justly despised, an'
has became synonyineus with linpotiltien and cheat. Still
we eall.this compound awmtparilla, and Intend to supply
anal a remedy as shall rescue the name trom the load, of
obletpif that, 'MIS upon it And we think we have grontid
for heiterintit has virtues which are IrresisUble by the
ordinary ru aOf the dMe mes it is intended to cure. • To
order to completer eradication from the eysteiu, the roma
dy should beJudlelouSittairen according to direction on
t PREPARED BY
. DR. -J. C. AYER.% CO
Price, $1 per Bottle; $ll Bottles for $3.
Aiieesi7Olityxsbv. l .Pecto - ral,
.hats won. for Itself such a renown for tin:tours of every
-variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that it. Is entirely
unnecessary for us to reooent the evidence of its virtues,
wherever Ittlas boon eusployed. As' It has•loug been In
constant Use throughout this section, we need not do
more than assure the people its quality Is kept up to the
Ilea It over has bees, and that it may , bolaied on to do
their roller all It has ever been found ke do.
AVM. - IS Cathatr tie • Pi/1$
Collimates, J'aiata , oo, Dopooty:a, lad yasPecia Dysentery,
Foul Stmaarit, ,ffatatithe, .filtewitatisin,
Ereptemt and. Skin Discataw, ideep Colopleiot, Dropsy,
Hhtler Tumors and .1112 Mane, Warm, boat, iVeurcagia,
as a Diftner Pitt, and for Purifying the Blood.
They uro sugar-coated, so flop the most sensitive CAD
take them pleasantly, and they al- the beat aparkht In
the World for ell the purpOdcs of a fetidly, phy.lo.
Prim SO eta, per ilowl _Five 8001 for $ l .OO.
Grip 11001*(201 Statesmen,
.and teetiseir personage'', stave lent Mei/Amato to certify
the neentineeta of these rexpedlei, bat oar space bore will
not permit the inagrtion or t am, The Agouti betoic
named thrnich_gratts ear Antaitm.tl Aretaxac in which
they are given • with also rail delerlpikam pr the above
complaitte, and toe treatment thatidloald be followed for
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other
preparations they mato more profit on. . Demand Armes,
and take nil others. Tho sck want dta beet aid there to
to. them, and they should have It. -
AU oar Raineedee tee (ortolan C. A.IIANNYART, liar.
rlebort; H 0. Warrttew, Halifax ; Dr. hi''''ts , Di lump
!Antonia by all Drufighte,and by the principal bferchants
n the country. , plq.d sweat
CANES! CANES!! CANES!!!
GANE • S! OiEN ES!! CANES!!!
AT ." r
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AT AT AT
AT AT AT
KELLER'S! KELLER'S I.! KELLER'S ! I I
KE LLEWS 1 KELLER'S 11 KELLER'S I I!
il kiLLER - 1 KELLER'S 1.1. /PLLER'S 1 ! !
91 - - 91 91
91 91 91
91 . 91 91 '
Market St. Market'St. Market St.
DAVENPORT DUNN, by Chas. Lever—com-
Vete in 1 vol. Price 60cts.
THE HARP OF 1000 STRINOS, by R. P.
rery—numerously- illustrated. Price $1 25.
o' CHEM PLAYEItIi INSTRUCTOR, or
Guido , Beginners, by chsaliti 11. Stanley.—
ANECDOTES OF LOVE, by Lola 116 n tea.—
Price $1 ZOO.
TUN PILLAR OF FIRE, or Israel in Bondage,
by Rev. J. H. Ingraham, author of tho s "Prince
of the Muse of David."
TRIAL OF DANIEL E. SICKLES, for shoot
ing P. B. Key at Washington—illustrated by
numerous engravings. Price 25cts.
JEWELLERS, Railroad Superintendenta
and the pub*. are Invited to all and Ree E. Ilowann
e.'a datron in lcal and other Clocks at the
a 'pr22l:dly - - It'AOLE WORKS
QTR - AWBERRY PLANTS hive already
bech engaged from the Kirrmosi Nrimmty, for the
rroserit-beasoins planting. •
Embracing an tho finest; largest and best varieties, yet
for Sal% ' The submriDer bas Ws year raised, In quanti
ty, berries measuring
FROM FOUR TO SIX INCHES
- - „
In eircurrabrence, and will sell" Plante or the same vs
rietles at lower prices than they can be bought elsewhere
In the rWtCV 4 Fwlth a guaranty or purity and
Monty to bum
strawberries planted In August or 2eptomber, it
the weather Ls favorable, will produce a good orop of
fruit newt season. ' •' H. A. MM.
Harrisburg, July '2B, 1859.-0284 f
or ',, , ,1 „.,.
"INDEPEN'DENT IN ALL - -VIIINGE ---- .NEDrl'itA.L .IN NONE."
FISI/ING TACKLE 1
For sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
UPWARDS UF 30,000
ALargo lot of)Operior makes of Black
FJYH EU" EVERT MEM, ,
MAW , .
• :mom tuorsocosion:
thest 4tA o got* variety or 'lilies.
• PG c4R it
4 lIARRISBITRG, PA., AIONDAYAARIILKIGON, , •AUGUST • 29, 1859.
Parasols & Umbrellas ,
n'AIIRISBI3 - RG
lila subscriber respectfully informi
pubila'Ahn ha .hag egabllshod a arkaanfact
UMBRELIA.3.• r0RA.301. 1 3, WALKING_ cAsss
RIVING WIMPS, at the above addre3o: Alter nitin'
-41%0Elenon In Abs busioDsa as gh.,,,pradleat Tan
with ennflacticm statath orstinatiAnk of tl
tattnitnnetr g 0 ,48 itartElted tolifrn meet W4/1
00.teutionlia will gWo.aatiatnetion to his palms...,
,Wancy.(ooB-Aropaired & ki,waypsio . "
(As- well as Aeg,at he produce, hirssel
delphio, Nevi York, B!iglish, F-7
N'. B.—Particular an 4 tirompt aruK i rete
.11sariugand eorealag at' Umbra!' ainA Padrasols.
WM. PARKHILL, 0
Prumbe ßu r ces E ß ß s ;a n : sss."fibu.iider,
108Ilittirket Sireet, Harrisburg. Tß ßASS Cli . stingti Lof every description
.made to artier. Alllerjelitimanufnctured Load and
MIT ripen of all slim. hydrant; of every, ilcieripf ion
made entl.ropalred. ..1101. And Cold Water Bativ.,Bhovver
Bathe, \Voter Closets, (:s tern rutnps,.Lead Lkibitia , and
Lead Wyk. Of every 'docripiiiiii, iltine at 'the shortest no
t Use, on the most reasonable terms.: Factory and. Engine
Work in general. All orders thankfully received and
punctually attended to. .
The highest wanlep,
.ror. old. Copper. Dra!e,.
Lead anti Speller. " Ins" 2 ti
EST 4BEISI4I\ . I.ENT.
'THE subscriber respectfully informsth-.
lei..ts;istqffirristntrir that he ha's
commenced the Cu4Cif MAKING. RUA-NE
in all its
branches, at Ids shop in trat.yer STREET, NEAR FOrRTII.
[laving swayed toe servicos of the best mechatdist in;
each of the departments, anti giving his own personal
attention to all work dotte;at his shop, ho feels safe in
saying that his work wall compare favorably whb that Of
any of thelarge Particular intention paid to the
manufacturing of Itrheels. REPAIRING neatly and mb
stantially done, and at the Unto promised. - ,--
apr23411.y ;, mh, JOSEPH SAYFORIi.
(Yr . THE DAUPHIN
To 'be kehi aE llorfisbury on 'Want - eddy,. the 2131 f
Thursday, the 22d, and Iriday, the 23d op
September, 1850. •
The place of clhibillcm le Itt.oct at the grounds of the
" PARK AS-' , 3OCIATION," where every aiTitegenteot and
mOVeutenue fartlta display of st,lck, Proinee pi the Soil,
and Agricultcral Imploweuta is now , is cour.te of pritliart
The Book of Entries will bs opened at Oil °Bloc of` the
fenusylvania State Agriellturat:iociety, ou Sedond street,.
hear Loeust, in Harrisburg, where Gee of themlicers will
be found at all titnes_Augg,..Edi vmv,,o&SaPreminier..
fN e kterWciniFf ii,c ) man — nnti
unbar too Soclofy.
Iteasi•slot ;• Life•Voinbership, $3. Tickets of al
mis,izm will be furnished at the oillee, le Harrisburg, at
any time after the first of September 411(lb:cilia . Trea-m.
nor, at his Wilco on tha F.shittitien bliouttli; during the
A Yearly or Life nekd admit,: a gen.knian
anti Igtiy, maltitY ( fliatir 0114 raVi•Ta44‘icr`P. Yeafe'e
Proper p - ovialon hag been mi,d3 against. lholoment
weather in tieVrec.tiCPTl of start/ - ANlN•fseithisrei, and c..ot
v_ts.ti Terse which will acconintodata 2Jgiti preps ,
The Worm isle of Arrangements will be ready to receive"
ertlzlos lbr exhibition on the Fair Grounds on Idnoday
morning, September 10th, at which time they win have
persons employed With triune to deliver articles of every
kind, end also hare persona upon the Fair Grounds, to
arrange articles for exhibition. Ekhibitere will; please
,taro their ~rticles upon tile Qiound, li peasiblp, on that .
and the nest: day, In order that they tray be properly ar
ranged b. Wednesday.
Franilonli.eris,one of the moat liberal 1 - ..z00d by.
any county Society In the State ; and for good-artcles or
animals, offers gote yretnictros...lt will be retdy for dii
trihation early. in Ahltuat.• - •
meinberhlp fOe will be peLl to JOHN W. COWDEN,
FE Tibaiurer, Harrisburg. JOIN H. ZEIGLER,
• ESTABLISHED 1007.
TI IZE.A .N" 7 S
CELEBRATED A.ND RELIABLE
ZINCB, WHITE LEADS,
may be , olAalned from the Principal DRCOGISTS and
Paint De.,lers througlioukthe United ..ttatoe, Canadas and
West indleJ or of the Ilanor.icturor
D. F. I'IEMASIN & CO.,
iu William Street,
French liqul,l Pryer, Chrome Greene, French Zinc
Mutes, American Zino WhuLea, Solu Wash Stun far
Ladndry Purposes. Prnssi.in Blues, Vermlllions, Cllronw
Yellow, Colors in Water, tilaesm, Chinese, Yellows and
Vertiginous, Parts Green, Permanent Excrete Grecus far
Blinds, and a general stock of hats brill dry and
ground In (Al &.reet t Now yolk.
FOR FALL OF 1859•
KEYSTONE - NURSERY.
10,000 BUDDED PEACII 7:IIEES,
TNCLUDING 'all of the most eh oico va
riette3. Price per 100(except Grimm) S 12.00; retail,
15 eeele. critem per lee $15.50'. retail, '.O
All the best rarletle; and of good alto. Prtco 13 to 20
Dwarf and Standard, ISO couto each, $3 pot do
Da - hrtanttStatutard, 40 to 50 Cents each ; to $5 per
dozen. Very large twain.; trees 75 cents to St '
APRICOTS, PLUMS, ALMONDS
Grapes of unrerant rnnetke, ILuld4erries, enrrsuts,
u - ben .te., at usual pries.
Amertetku and Mountain. Ash, Elm -, Lindens,
leer Itaplos, Ltursa Chestnut, Catalpa, Tulip
Of many variebell, among nolo Cydonia Japonica,
White Fringe, Purple Fringe or Mist. tree, Mahout 'Lyn
Culla, Tree box, Magnolia, Honey SuckleP,
Austrian, 'Scotch, Norway, Baliam, Donbio Mine
American and aver Flra,Amertean.Ohinese and Norway
arbor Me, F.ogitsh ann.lriA Yew. &u.
About 60 of the most desirable verietlesea great many
others having been rglectea after haring found them Of
but ItlQe vain! : Prices very lo* by the theasand or
At t 1.50 per dczrn. no per 103.
Ao everbearing variety, 2.2 per dozen; Other varlet'es,
including iirinelries ()range, Red and White Antwerp;
Pasta; Wc.,'at El to 51.60 per dozen.
Bcsi.les the above a g - reat many other articles, Can be
found in the Nursery.
alay- Persona will Lind it to their advantagelo purchase
Trees and Plants from Nurseries in their own neighbor
hood, instead of depending upon traveling potidlere With
whom they aro unaelftuilthed.
Address or apply to
U. A. 31/Sli•
IlarrlAlutrg, July far -dtf
WUOD TURNING AND BCItOLL SAW- ,
INo.—Tho best place to got Scroll 4wing Cod
ood ningtkg_dOtie LS tho •• • •
UOIMOLIVS, WRITING LASES DA$/i.
4Atilgralsitrk . ailow Orieethinci toiatir
GICOVE a & BAILER
1 61, 11ACIII . N 2 E CO,
11AVING ESTAMIRIRD AN Off ICE At THR
toiner ot Market Sipanre and Ilforker Street,
• IN ?HC BOOMS ocdrinn, 911- 7 . w.
S.MITITS PIIOTOGItAFU GALLERY,.
WOULII pOrtienlarir Call tho attention
of the D.die:,and CititAii generally to tin Ir
RI rALI.F.:I) SE,IIISGMAG II IFES, varjhig
fruin 150 $125 . "
REASONS WHY THY.
GROVER, it BAKER MAGHINE
IS UNIVERSALLY - PREFERRED TO_ ALL OTIIERS
- -Ist. It le morn elutpleaud easier kept is artier than Italy.
*flier machine) having never t 3 be takelvepiirt to oil 'r
It inaltla a seam which will not rip or ravel even
when every tOrd 14 eat.
rd. It Ebvit i from two ordinary rrool 3, thus avonling
all friable of 13111'4,i:the thread, while hy a more change
or stools toe niaeblae maybe adainatkall kinds or work.
4tll. Enuo ipachwe. runs slit:. linen thread, and
common spool imtlon with:equal facility.
I ff .tah. The,seam i ls 01a.9* li3 the mast plastic fabric,
and is, therefore, free from all liability to break in wadi.'
fug, ironing or otherwise. • .
. Oth., The stitch LS more beautiful 'than any made by
atfy'Ottlarintatildne, or-by hand. '
171 E GROVA'R d .11AK Eli NVTI7,a Is patented :ma
owned by the company,. and is fur superior to the "I nos
Snrcti" ortlie Worthless iTirifs Si - nvat," for alit thin fab
rics, and reset/Mies the hack stitch made with • the com
mon needle. ,The GROVEM MacHINE will du
IdipSowing cheaper- cud better fbr a family then n S.eitim
stress. even atough she were to work for OSE CRAW'
AN 110 Ult 'lt IS 'superierto any and every other ma
chine for FAMILY SEWING. peer zrogo lkape, &flatly
been soli, and are recommended by the mot competent
ititigti, by the Itess, by the Clergy and others, ns the
inry bail Machine for all kinds or Wolk.
We do not hesitate to warrant etc Machines in every
respect.* ,st, Italia always iu attends.nce, Catt autt see
them before purchasing any other, SMitit's Phntogrthih
Gallery, , corner of Market Stitutre and Market. Street, cu•
trance oa Market Square. • • s
MittlaturShwivo, In all its varloris branr.dies, tisecuteti
,with pastimes - and dispatch, by -thoroughly,empeteut
.1 0 ersons, M. half the ttsual price?.. Merchants, Families
and others, should boar this feat i Mind,
tho country, promptly attended to.. Those
bo prefer thick, heavy fabrics eewed with the Shuttle
•or Lock Stitch, .which Mtn the same appearance cut both:
sides, con have their wo.k.denc on Tai SrutiTTLE
CHINS of the Garman dDatum 'Ociairivictr;•vrillch is in
every respect superior to many other Machines for that
kind of work p 5. Cie altlight s .thin fabrics that requiret
-frequent-isinishlog and Ironing, iorns • GnoVari
e/TIVEV? hos nesugerisr, , , , •
Persons obtain roittember this riot, ulna hot be .de
ceirol by the appearance of thosiatch robots sides,. ra
it Is in appearance °AV.,-
I adios are respeiAlteinvited to cat; and rceolva'amir ,
etv . ingi flisnh ai GreerPAter rapanYis book entiVol "Piuturei and libymes
for the Little Yolks " Entratico'on Markiq Square, scoond
door from Market, alulth's litetagraph Gallery. •
mylh•ttly /gent for Central Peuusylvahia.
PENNNSYLVANIA AGENCY FM
,wiLEELEIL & WILSON'S
FAME: WINO . MACHINE
On'and after Ortrber 1.. d t., .11 , 1 ;IL of
our kIIitIWIAI IIdCHINF.--' will h. ai :
NEW STYLE 51.ke11115.:1 7 T. 50
111.1111:.11, nn Mtn Tahla e" 09
" Half Case l'anci.... R 0 00
" Half Ilalmesay ,•r Else't Walost,„ S 00
" .. •• „ ~•• ..... 1.00 00
" Full eat.t., fto:ieterm,l 115 00
&MAIL MACI - 11N - F...., 76 00
latEtiE NIACIIIN 100 00
tIFIIIUERB, (extra) li On
- 'rho unanimous favor which hasatteuded the introduction
01 Wussum k A4II.SON'EaI.III.Y Macacie,le au111,)lont
evidence of Its excellence. It is needle,:: now to say, that
thiattiefailostrinneutts becoming a domestic institution
the tact Is recognized by Its sm:cessful use in thou
sands or IV - Mites .lu every rank to lire, Ta those who
hare hitherto refrained from avaiSag lassa.. , elyea el its
advantages, It may not he anti's to say, that tin utlEty
not a problem to be solved,b e. a success alreadyyealisod.
The, highest,testlmony is conatatitly offered, confirming
themordict.which has given Oda Instrument so .wido and
haelable a reputation.
Vila Machine is conceived on a principle E l / 4 -flastLT
onionou., being specially and admirably adapted to the
moat perfect work on every kind, or material ; and,
having been subjected to a three ears' test or the noiit
xearchigg character by Famiikl. and to yarieus liratteaes
of Manuracture,whirdittittmuisited suersaa. It Is bellerel,
that, titan the great %imam requisite to complete and
practical Sewing Mat.hiliie p it cannot be approadnal iu ox.
Ameng the undoubted advantages it possemos °yarnl
elberei may be named tbe•lollowing 7.- - .. .
I. Its aiMplicity of canadrautiou, and consequent free
dom from derangeinent and need Of repafrs. -
. 2.'lta unexampled rapidity and ease of operation.
3. Its noiseless movement.
' 4. The greet variety of purposes to which it ran beep
plied, which can be , achieved by no other mechanical
The pre.mniuent ItrAWIT and nrm.taurry of the work.
Full instruction for operating t hellachine Is given to
purchasers gratuitously at the sales rooms. When the
Ilachlriels sent soisc distance, go that personal Manic
lionffi innonvenient, a card or directions is sent, wltiob
ere a sufficient guide: .The,anechanism, however, is go
simple, and the arrangement so easy, that no dill enlty
enett occur.'" Many ladles have die Machine sent to [twit
residences after having received tkhalf hour's instruction
Any future difficulties era readily surmounted, and then
practice alone makes perfect in the use of this as any
thing else, ,IVmmtics end chileren o9welve years ul
ago readily become proficient in its use.
Our Office is removed to Mr. SIiJT Daverrean Rooms,
corner of Third and Market streets, where the machines
can be seen in operation.
Ilia Burke Is prepared to do machine sewing for ail
who *lst' It; and at the same tine show the machines.
For further iliforniation apply rto
W. O. HICKOK, Agent
Ilarristiurg, 211,1859 -dawtf '
SIRUP OF BLACKIIRRY ROUT at
; • ••• 11,(EFFLERPS, Poutth mud Miirket Std,
encioNst • •
‘11.w1.0.111 1 / I sHiWortatrth and• -43t ;xgl.
•041.1 T AL
THE LOCK STITCET
TELE :15.103T CO.AP.LETR ,ASSORTMENT
",tOI.LE.I',4ILTAtLE. I 43
LS:NOW ON EXLIII3ITION
- . AT
KELLER'S- -DRITG'• STOLE
, , . ..
T_T ATI; s. , Til jukst, rikelYed it Urge add i t iari
) x...t0 in-i:airendix:varldtt .Stoelic re 'IVJ et . awl Fd 1, , y
articles, Le will Fell tlig aanioat 4 .ftir price fur a fair
ailleb.r , : ; ,-- 1.31 1 an tl. %
Prize Modal or Crratal Poinivie---;tir Ve' - foilati'mg: per
-1 Duiletri . ) ;'. • - -. , ' ' '
a - ptt Briar.,
- 111€nnott. i , i•• :.
Camila/. . „t
1 - - -
Corttiti)zlitarretznr oleaglttdl t3 lC re, eempaiLob. , of
Puritnallta4robzjit4t I at 'I..
New . ItoiNlitay -
. . (j.n ti titel_ isrom . ,
'Barrel Pnowo itzifilturror , e 1 titou.r6v. • •• ,
.Clyeertrie az Situuilltr SeFilitalliblervinz 4;1 4 01,11ml
Ornnitue4, Palm. Sunflower; linnet AViatisor, ~Fraluiu
atiza,' 'Monster, Ponrine, .-.'itad, pro and a immber ut
- miter-line Soapa. -..- •
Ukitill'a Lia*Latatralo for tile Bair.
- - ' Bazin's Meen ii:n &dig.
Ratiitl§ go=o Tip Halm. .
Ada Cloche D'or—Lazonder 11"..ter, (imported.)
' Ais Cliltile irtar—Tomit Powder, (imported )
t range newer WaW, -(tuiported )
-POarl and Jettttitin and Wriethanq Litik.
Tortoi.otiltell Pocket, Silo. DrOtiug null Turk Combs.
A variety ut Ceut'a Wuikta ana - Ladies Wire Porte
" Wally newl , tyles of shawl rini'.
A stock of 11.11 r Br:lstion on turilaßSCA In vitriety. style:
qualitranil prime. -
ra , lket Knives, Havana Cigara awl all artinies trim sly
round in a ilretmleas Drug anti Fanny sore. ~
Call awl examine , you eantioVflill to be sailed of
- BP.I.LCR'S.. WI Marki.o4o-o , t. •
bril;iilitt (rCe), 11 . arri,4,rg, Po,
BLANK BOOKS ! BLANK BOOn !
lIE very flattOrilig Oncoill'ltio#mnrwh' . 4 1
we have - re,leivoil ihr4o:g . the my(yytr het;
ranted VA , fn 'en'argitt . oar eArarilt , hibetit nivi we aro '
now preparat! with greater over.,-11 - tci lit iies
which tuthot be sortsts3ed in the city—to tirtnnfdetard I i .
ardor all irinde of ‘to Books,,,,witfit or with Out irinted,
- • indlrldu airUst;
4inuer whitai eatqlot.
'First silos wore irlper Ira id altnlank lluolsotad
whon desired prat/drip arid.pirdaly.poied.. . •
tieing - ett.thitut to compd.) :with city nunifftduFetts, .
(.I)II:4ILRY.Taati.F. bosavollial i a(cdy micas:
"Orders reipectfully solicited. Orders by mail affilressAi
, . 64'lLitricct street,
EAP t i S Ally ;
THE ftillowinz Gau away
by had et EWIGN . P,II' bo51: &ore, by tho
feu& copy, oc whcn parson. 3 desire it. we will Hatt.* any '
Or nil or thorn at their rdsidenees, yuck- and send by
roan, or :forward trraUroad•to *golds' on,. the mloo
Tmall towns in the yicilsityOrlblrztilifil.
ho Lod oor,
• - „.
New Yofir ITerhld,Times.
7 ' ,! • -
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PAM.% GAIIDNEa'S. SOAP
KELL.E.IX'S ST( ,),RE.
MEW' 'and beautiful styles of Ladies
.11 Rollin WIN Purthionnaiw Gm bo bought :At
KELLER'S DRUG Milt:,
A N assortment of Flower and Carden.
• Seedm - ' NELLF.NB DRUG sALRE,
OR, SKIN' ITE AVTIFIER. -
ERADIUATES PAN AND FRECKLE 6,
soft - old siFIWItiSSIIS Lilo Skii4 4114 tott.).tro to It ddo
figural rot grsiro‘: J JC3 udog toilet rsotir,t .rd Will 11041
this artistepr Euportor apti ostior to I:s th.to
IA!). Whae. ror sale Dy C. A. DANN VAl:l',
fr HE finest assortment of diffororit inalti , ..
!Wan OF FVFON vrg,... t
I.,,inic;' FF:V.:TWS ROYAL .%•1:OIT...
..... V'EFF OF DIA MOM:, 3g1`.tr,... A
" 0•1:.1/ "
• '. 31..,76re . -0
ItOCOLAS AND SIIF.OVIrJOT SKIRTS.
Aug evory 'Aber nixie 9r goodkitpl3y gold at tilt. VuTy
lOwehl, pri:ws. W. A. Cain(:t L',
, . - .1 , :n.1.4 Market, Sqtihri...:
U I BRELLAS ! PARASOLS !
31tit 11k 1.1.112241.3.9 EVgia raid;
OENTP 811 A LIaTIRELIAS OP EVERT DJZE,
- , S'ateRS 4 PARASOIS, 1117 T ATTU AND C4LOR.
A large slob 1: Rt. very low prlooA. Call at
W. A. "oATHCAP.T'S,
. . , Next to thellarrlsburg
----7- LADIES' - ATTENTION -
ISVARTICOL TtLY ASKED TO TILE
AS sORTMENT. OF
OPAQUE AND - PLAIN EITVELDPEB, LF.TtER. AND
DOLTIG.F.TI.IIC): NyIUTING,,A,ND NOTE NAI.Rit,
VISITING, CARDS, 10., LC., LC., -
Foriale at BERGN.EIt. , B cIU BODINTOI7,
M. Market 'Siredt.
N. tr. Vialtlag and Weddlaa C'ai.ds written to or ier•
We LARGMT, Bt
Haying prs-zured Two Ada.ros Pct.:en Prey es, we are
prepared to exeoute JOB and BOOS PRINTING of every
description, cheaper than it eau to done at ab;• ether
establishment in the county..
• r- Aliv,EvitaNG :
llujorior leo CJllS.tltcfp#29.4.l3..equar, rig L
11n. nor more than failf cow:aute a E;' c,
11.01 Spare, one day
vie week -
• one month
tt one year
ate prert; one ,
.ano week ..
" .46=e thnnth
three meat - lee,
" SIX months.
/kr Business natlC46 inserted in the LAW rot.,
bek,Te litarrlaggs-atd Deathx,TlVE CIZTB PER II N r. `‘ r
---fitirMarriagea-alid Dautbs Lo ba Ithargatt as rtg-tst
Mondtit Crossei the Niagara River with
a Cook Stole. and Cons an Omels,t.
'rite crowd gathered at the Falls yesterday tt
witness another of Biondi:l'a performance)
upon the tope; altbouglt 14.; "-IT and ou m b e ria,
tozny thousands. - warritatnewitat •titta clatallocle,
westuzel4 : ,afty, that hercl-yo.l.een collected, an:l
hardly more titan two-Thirds as rr,trat H 4 that
of thus -last lloadia's perform:me,"
woula. have bean tseinapntel ill the onset
these exhibitions a trarrellOns one; bat star
the grate; otriirshartowing and unsuencl-t.cltd:,
feat "Vitt week, it could not 504141 very nova.-
e s hi n , nor -.oatope atty,i•t 4 rr tbtl th g degreft
,_sztitkno,re fir* and ai d
~I,hazt an aNCIIII3g - cne, mi,r4it
,lrerfetrettto (It 'terribly great Verfertni;rie
first eroisseel front the A mei lean
the Canadian ... - sitore in manacles collar tO•
iteck--)t eliaiu pendant to his arms I
j two others from his twists to hi 3 nnklas. 'f t. •
fetters'Werernut t-ery, 'weighty, Mal could :.• z
thatctiajly', interfered nigh hie. :
ruairesor adile , l very greatly to the fatigue
I -the jeiti.ney. - Dining the passage he perihr
I,.most of ,the feet; preYionsly ted, F
it , ig . up.m h a
Ilia bet, and liaug';ing heauatil i •
rope, swingin^* 'his hotly' end( r iT, tail wai
,austaineil,hy ITi l e mins with . the ethoirg. bent.
Sze., and (bairn t and ihning in lire ext nm.,
bUt byGlondin himself made do:nuion' pl
1 nerd Sio)ple. (the-return performartee was tlu •
Most interesting. Aftst a stay of i ti4ete
l'iticatY emit* npon thd Canadian hilblT, 11.•
j3kltltOtt bad , . ‘ V W . a-cook story sailing upon
back ; the oulioary appurtenances thereto, (Oh
t " SIS tng o sancepan:dulle, sundry dldiesand
pair of hallows, s-cetrely- - fastened upon
tore a . uvatit, not be imirined that. tlicrstov,
' itpcn his back was a full size , t cyst la:
"Nrictor," neither must it lie fancied a mini.: -
111-b 'alTair,—it disguised spirit lamp ehatiinz
'lf Was a geo,lly-siz•iil, properly-t4shiwiei
, iircve, ?wide of lluaaa sheet lion, a'.,
of a smoke pipe a'-,out two hat hi
leelg•hr. Arrlvcd at the cent.e of the rope,
tgicured .his an.l proceeded AV 11;1.
non.chiilitticesto make preparations fur "camp
ing." lluslingincr his stove ho Jilaccil it upon
the tope 'before him, sat elditit,' Mal with son:.:
% pitchy, oomteastiltle materie.!, built -hie fire, ix
. Aim it Olt the bellows,
,aral aoott Wised a.
smoke which proved the genuineness of ti-,
pteparations fur cooking. 'll, - 1 1 ( ri a , Tyto/pdr
gree, of, heat litut been attained he produced
P''''s.. l .lll4kt3 them into his. dish and threw tho
shells into the -liver. The omelet was prepared
tyith all.the skill of a abr./de Clidine, and when
it tya,scirepleted he lowered it to the dirk of
tit°. "Abeittof the Alia," where, we doubt nut,
_ it was.dlvidati into the ranallvot possible alias ,
and eagerly trerts . orcd by the .passenzers.
:Gathering tip his "hotel" Illendip e rendinsted
it upon' his 'hack., and geirekly hii»c , .l,.
tail it ' lll/Jll WO Americane bhore, amid the hal L
• [From Mo Rotheiter tuirm, Aug 21
A eon d Crossing or the Gennesee 'Folk
.by lie Lave.
_Shortly after the hour of noon yeakrday,
crewds of citizens and strangers began to sytiti,t
their way tetvards, the Groat Falls, Ao witties.,
, the se performanCe of M. Del Ave upon lila
tigh One. The sun's rays came down - NS it k
sco intig,effeet, butia great degree of relief Wit I
a pled bv a still' braes .which had prevailed
a Atty. • When we'entered Fairs Field, at ',i:
1 clock; it is aide ta any that the number to
any estimates:ran over thirty, ,bat none les;
eopie buns:atm to witness the Wail lien O:t
t e rope Was not far' from siveNtyfiee'Wesar.,?..--
Urn twenty. Every available spot along th,s
h gli banks, the roofs and windows otbuildings,
along the brink of the Falls in Parson's einarr) - .
on the hirge island nearly under this rope, tin
der the banks and along the-margin of Itict wa
ter—in short, 911 almost• every availaUS spri t ,
above and below, and on each side, whe - te a
fttethold conk' be obtained, there people, with
bumps- of curiosity largely developed In their
craniums, were to be, found.
The rope this time was in perhaps better con •
dition than on the occasion of the first walk-•
bring dry. ; but, although several guys had itceit
added 4 they were imperfectly tightened nn.l
permitted a great deal of away. At about four
o'clock M. DeLave appeared at the Falls Fieli I
end of the rope, attired an before, except that,
at his back hung
_the "garters," about thrait
feet in length. wed by rope perfortners in their
exhibition. Withont 'tiny' delay he seized bit
balancing pole and rapidly walked out I:,port hi t
perilous journey. Arriving about :a idway ca
the rope he dropped to a sittir4 posture, and
there gave the most darir4 and thrillhg per
formance ever wilnm,ed oh th e ro p e , or rather
nnder it, lie :Ira stretched' hltusolf in all tio•
reclining positions, possible. _Then taking the,
garters from his back he fastened one 'end ci,
each - to the rope, and the other ends about u::.
ankles; dropping down-keltd foremost, se - ingin,;
his body and arms, he tnii:,.., . - •••••.ie
seconds,' his feet three feet from the-rope abase,
with the it ightful abyss and, cataract yawnin,;
and reining list lea tlt curl beside him. Ilegai:i.
ing the tope with cat like niMbleness, the gar
ters were changed, and he I,zung.susp9ndm by
one leg and arm, and by one leg alone. Al;,:
going through various other minor feats, he It:
himself down with the gartms,about hia, Wflit.i
and thus hung suspended beneath the rope ant
iii many feared he had not sufdelent -Strength
to regain his-txtsitiont He was, however, lip
in a jiffy,cand, after sitting a brief petioi - i,
jumped teilthe rope - and - proceeded - fa tho lii7;t,
side Milid vociferous shouts of applause front the
admiring throng. A horse woe there in remit
neis,and, leaping into the ittildl9, M. DeLarit
-rode down under the Falls, it is said to recei ,-o
such reward of those who were enjoyi;,g -0 1 ,,
sights gratis as they inig,ht see fie to give, but
with what success we have notlirarned.
After the lapV of some ftlteen minutes lie ap
peared on the,.west side for the return trip. --
Walking ontlo ahont the centre he stopped to
make goocyhis promise to stand upon his head.
This he did twice, - faeltig ' Cad and west, and
then,mlithont polnariany sort of balance, stood
upon his _feet. Turning two or ilir,•
mutts aroifild the rope, he returned tit
Field, tramping his ropo I n such a careless
ollicking style as to convince all that ho
terfeetly - at home. • lie was again greeted
rnpturous applause and.retired- -
-DeLave.w.444mpear again on Wednesday
At.wtsek,,witerolle,,perfornaarre will be
Jed and equay wonderful and -exciting.
" size ♦3n CoLon
1, iII fiat iiracg. d%M 9 "'Old Judy," a eatnirki
In l iatAtlitkehr.ealig 40fetil.
k'rgm_Ub puTato Express or Tlau:tr r
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