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def. Then, when the sun had gone down, and the father had Leon up to the third heavens, he would release the little fellow, and, taking him on his knee, tell him of that blessed, eternal state, of which the day of rest is but a foretaste,—all the while the . son thought but of one eternal—leg-tied. giait g Celtgrapt. H A gRISBURG , PA Saturday Afternoon, September 3. LASODEIT C4IIII3PLATION.—By a recent de. aidon'W *fist Marty, the DALAI' TIMTAKORAPLI has ttp. L Rams outoimAiloic, within the .delivery in the Post °Mee, or any Paper, Bally oil Weekly, publlelael. In Ude place, - - TWO PRESSES FOR -SALE TWO LARGE ADAM'S PRINTING PRESSRS 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 end. eekly TgLiaRAPIc but:the increas ing circulation of our paper compels us to use xadvryes;4„;,r,bitrira 7 6 0T o it .t 2 w 9h o e r M i e u v p ea , 20. They are both in excellent order, and adapted to st r eam or man power. For a country office they would answer all the purposes desired. For particulars address, - GEO. BERGNER, & CO. THE RAILROAD CAS S. (JolsintllNWEALvit VS. PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY.—As this case has made dontiitierable noise in the Legisla , tore„Jut well as in the community gernar 'aryl it' may be -interesting to our readers to litye a correct history of it. This Corn ping was incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania by Act of General Assem- Jl4 l approved April 13th, 1846. p jf lie,22 section of the said act of loaf:hitt:imago it *provided that " all tonnage, ' of .what slaver clesoription, except` ordinary 'bag gage of passengers, loaded or received at Ifertiptturg or Pittsburg and carried over sold lead more than twenty miles, between . the 10th day of March and Ist day of De oember.id each and every year, shall be ..nubjeot to a toll or duty, at the rate.of five trills pet mile for each two thousand . PROW' , tte. fty a Supplement- approved the.same day, t it is provided that if the said 'Com pany shall at any time fail to pay- the tell er clasp en 4ollnige, &AL, the same shall and,:fithisin'a do the properly of said Company, and shall have precedence over all other Heti! oritieterisbniniis Am; tty '4 4 - AA approved 27th March,.AB4B, the abase -tax of five roguif tier -01 per mile, ihmflhe 10th o *atilt to the Ist et, Deisemher in ,elifth 1644 vats elittard tb---three mills pertosi r ar, with I proviso that withittitwo Years alter said road was I ed, if 'the three Mills per ton per mile I W 9 14 P44oi,kamtkagiAto gye mills ' ion per idle, then the Legislature may inastefs' the charge of five mills per ten per. splices in the original act of incerpera-• lies. • The said tax Was paid regularly till the '2lst j ef *July, 1858, when the Com pany. refused to pay further. The ac lonaltaht departments settled au account fp* the 21st of July, 1858, - - up to the let of. December, 1858, amount incto .87,875 22. Fromk this the Com , panyappealed. The case was tried this week before Judge Pearson, and resulted fa ejtidgment for the Commonwealth for debt eittinterest. A. few, days since the atieontlf ! itat departments settled another steeoltnt frem the Ist of December 1858, tb -19th of July, 1859, for tax or tonnage title b iai r ,d Company, amounting to $159i8 68. The.prinoiple being the amen in both cases--the result of one will decide* other. • When the Pennsylvania RailroadConit 014_ bought the State Road and ',Main was proiidad that said dompetty," brpoiying 111,50%000 higher than anir, other? bidder , should be ever after eXerilpt faidek , Tantinge Ti.a, The .plunderius who • histfittened on the Public. Werke at.the egimemptef the taxpayers pppotkal this ; and *net MoTrithen4 -CanslCommiasioner, tioot iglu!) 'of stock in - the Ilailinad Wigan) , -and . applied je ,thp )Iqpreme Court to settbe aet of eale.aside sb/firr as` they could. The Cut did respond to *brayer of its friend Mott, and did set the isle aside so far tut the11,500;000 ex irttgaiett and the Tonnage Tax were eon- WM- therewith. Were it not for amth • delpeiete attempts 'to retain poplesshin of Abe Public Works, this whole subject might have been -pleasantly adjusted to ther,Aututual adeautage of both parties. Nowithinks to- Mr. MOTT and his hungry crew, all is out at - sea. When, if ever, tho State will realises ;the:Omsk of this tax, time alone - trill tell . -410440 , • `f i nance IN ITTill.—The Gentiles" ,ii, tah,have held a convention. and re aolifed against polygamyk. the union of dwelt and State, and othelonstitudons of MOrmonism. They made th4allowing normiut done delfriate,to Coggress, Dr. Garlanctlia r t ; for the Letslstufe c cohneilmen. Wm. IL j akillO wa hn owe ldtil a gr ad : nit ro. o=ol4 . et 4. P. Thome. VOICE OF OLD UNION. Our friends in old Union he* t heir County Convention last Mondiky, in which awe they ,nominated the following tiekAt: For Assentbly—Thomas Hayes. Prothonotary—John Bilger. Commissioner —Samuel Marshall. Treasurer—Robert H. Laird: District Attorney—John B Linn, Esq. County Surveyor—.Courad Sheekler. Auditor--Samuel C. Wilt. We learn that the ticket is a strong one, and that it,will be elected without doubt The resolutions breathe the right Spirit, • -.in.4a.v0r.0f,,a jwileious• tariffpin opposition to the re-opening of the African slave trade, and rejoice that the adminis. tration of James Buchanan is drawing It close. We eopy those refer ring to our neighbor, Gen. CAMERON, State Treasurer SLIDER, and the State ti4eg They read as fo4ows Resolved, That Gen. SIMON CAMERON has ably represented hie,eopetituents in the councils of Abe nation ; that be has ,al ways stood up firm and 'unwavering to the interests of Pennsylva nia ; in him we recognize a man in every way well qualified to hold the helm of our national government ; be is moderate A ln his views, but firm to the interests of the wbole country Resolved, That ll °Aem:los our first choice for the Pr e sidency of these United States, be 4ieving- that he would- manage the affairs of the nation with economy, restore prosperity -thrdughtibt the country, and dispel the dark cloud whiohJiati'beeh hoSetingaavertrui. Resolved, That if Gen. Cautatos should be placed in nomination for the Presidency by our .party, we firmly believe that, he "poled- carry the Keystone, in JB6O, by an ovMwheiming majority. Resolved; That whilst we regret tint enormous national debt inflicted on our eouthy4lirough the administratiofi Preildentßactiat we rejoice that the liiitncee of our own b yed Commonwealth are in a prosperous conditioM; under the management of our able and'ellident, ,State Treasurer, lion. Ku Bruns, the State debt' is Vey rapidly reduced. May higher honors await . ' him. /fueled, That we have full confidence In the tilutaphant election en .the second Tueada'y Osikther, i f Thomas E. Coonsiut,:iik- i of York to to office of Auditor Gene's), and Gen. Wm H. - Ketn, of Berke, as Surveyor General, and alai:, ill carrying a handsome majority in limb branches of the Legislature. SPECIE EXPORTS One of our New York exchanges says that the specie movement of the year 1859 is one of the extraordinary features of the times. The foreign export of specie from e i(ew York since the let - of January last la the elosaof lest week, was $47,498,000, - - to the end of July, was •$4,448,000 gregate of $51,- , 949,091), cir at the rele — dt- . . •. • 'ups for the year.:_Oompart.d with other years the expo* *4 ) es,follAs Front I .l o teri York, From Horton, to 204 Aural. 7 =Wks. 7101. 51,805,000 $18,072,000 ..... 13 4 412,000. 2,791,000 .16,149,000 22,284000 - 3,749,000 20,080,000 ... 20,584,000 2,757,0410 30,323,000 22,838,000 0,497,000 29,185,000 . 31,827,009. b;652,000 37,479,000 17,081,1210 2,201,000 19,262,000 47,4911,490 4,4/3,000 61,949,000 Year. 1852. 1856 Ora 1864. $38,905,00G • $228,945,000 The export fok leielt months is at the Akt eriAtitattee nu a Zols per annum, a much large; stun than has been realized in , any one year from Cali fornia. The receipts from California are ditlacishingtas the export from that State to foreign ports is increasing yearly, par- Aicularly to England and China, A pro per regulation Of . the currency and of the tariff would `have saved ., one-half of the tigove two hUn ed and twenty-eight mil lions to thn 0414. 'Ode hundrock and fourteen millions distributed among the people.would have given a wide impulse to the productive powers of the country. The furnaces of 'Pennsylvania,' Ohio and New. York would' have been busy in the ninth:a of iron manufactures, woolen and cotton goOda, &e,, and our people would hqe reaped Abe profits instead of the Eu ropean capitalists. We pay fifty to eighty millions annually to &rope, , when a large portionsopla be,prpfitably einployed 44utzpv, Atissopwi eTUDO 11.1 IT 4 lagq4a it9P 4,cetAtlY Wetited at- Keytepvil,le, Chariton county, fen a charge of having been one of the party who brolta open the county safe, about , a year and half_ •ago, and robbed it of tome $5,060,. The, Grand Jury of that county indicted him for grand larceny and bur glary, and ha was required to give bail to the amount 0f42,000. This case attracts ra great Agar of public attention, partly from the fact that the accused is a man o considerableireakh, and at the time the Aims, vac i cpmotlittestheWlll3oyte of the Judges of bOuOiy Court 4 TEE' STATi ' I'Aii.-4fon: Frederick Watts, of Carlisle, has consented to de liver the address'liefore the State Agricul tural Society, on the Friday of ttle 'week dming i lvhich 'the State Fair is held at Nwelifp. A better choice than this could, not wade ; for Judge Watts is a practical farm , besides being an mom- vs 4 Q .. URAWTORD AND WARREN COUNTIES compose a Representative District. The Republiem nominees tirp Hiram Butler of Crawford Co unty, and H. R. Route of Warren'Untmty—gentlemen of 'clatneter and ft4 -- qtattlifications. Both Counties . !zieinitilepitblidarti` their election is confi vtly antioipated. Pennopluania Malty 4elegraptt, itiaturitag 'Afternoon, September 3, 1859. TERRITORIA,L BANKS,—Judge ,Sears, of the Third Judicial Distriet lola, has decided; in a suit instituted on apromis sory note endoraed to the Bank of,Teka ma, Nebraska Territory, that all ?twerp rated Banks in that Territory are &gal, and aft business transacted by them,- at corporation; is in violation of law. The decision is given under the act of Con gress of 1856. - A Tnp HOUSTON TIUUMpa IA TEXAS. General Houston's 'icing_ in...a#44 even more sweeping Alitin c wae at first re ported. Of one hundred counties, from Whidh returns had been rOceivad owthe 16th instant, ,ho had wajor4eitlxj- # but twenty pne,and it was belitivpdAnif majority might reach twelve ihopsalid. LATEST TEL SPEC - 7441 - tiiklPAl 4 4l.lolt DALLY PELt9 lA TRUE DAYS IiATIR n0ic,6401.64N1A THE ISLAND TAKEN POSSESSION OF BY UNITED STATES , TROOPS . pv:iirEst of„Dov. ,pcivinAs. FRAZER RIVER GOLD MINES. A. CALIFORNIA POLITICIAN SHOT BY A . Masada Perritar' Provisional Gov ornament Organised. The overland mall has arrited -;with San Francisco dates to the 12th ultimo, .thiea darts later than previque advices. Thekpapkre furnish Victoria dates tithe 6&t►sitimo. ~. Th0'61404,4 San Juan, hawse?, Vitnahaver'e Leland and themain land, which Is Mainted by the U. S. Go i vernment, has been tallsepßosses alma of, nod* the orders of Gen. llsksisy, by , . • S. troops, as part of Vaehingtert- ter ritory. •. Governor Donghts, • • .. . _... issued a protest claiming the Wand,- for. . at British crown, and has. diepatched some iiimed vessels, with two hured sappers and miners. The U. S. vessels husetts, Jefferson Davis, Shubrick and ;e, and the British atr igac vessels of war Tribune,, ,. z • , and Planip b 'and 'either anchored ofd the ._. •dor in the immediate vicinity. It was • . ~ • ~,, lat Victoria tilakthu, . " . ' • ',pc ) . ibise4 by it',Piint occupancy of the Island uultli the British and U. S, troepacould be advisedof the existieg state of affid A rs • G 441491 i W* expected to arrive on L e island O f San - Juitt oil the fifth of Atigilist. ' ' punter River~paver Wad at timu i sind dollars had reached. Victoria within the previoils fort night. Advices from -. Oregon state that the Polaea Indians Averiiintrupting Lieut. Mulben's wagon road eipedittonotiistroting all the mile posts and lippitig c all the-vass at the camping grounds. The Lpa Angeloa Viireiard, of the loth ult., gives ani•coount of a battle b q ween fifty U. S. troop" under ma). Armistead, and four hiiii dred Mojavelladiana, crii,the which about tiftiOndifirui irt#e killed. Pir:P. Wilkins, the District Attorney of Sulk , ter County, and a candidate for the Legislature, wasshot on the 9th ult. by luikte lbw of ;rumba County, whose daughter Wilkiciliad' iiiidneed• Mr. Broderiek addressed the httgast meeting ever assembled in Sacramento, On'the 9th ult., and made a full expose of theallisaishin &Algae arrangements at thkla i st Senatcark4 elag itievada Territopt r• - The Convention in session in ilsiveta-'falley„ had framed a cobstitption for a Prptdaional government, declaring Carson' Vallefindepen dent of Mob, and gives the name of Igeiadit to the proposed territory. Commarcial Intelligegire SAN FiANCISOO, August 12.—Budnveopmtin ues !inactive, and prices are unchanged;" SarrHaws.—Arrived at San lerauciSco ship , Onward from Melbourne, ship Lucy L. Hale from Bangkok: Sailed-ship Clitillebgi; for Hong song, ship Hebe'for Surinam add- MeV bourne. , A terrible catastrophe hapoeued yeitarday afternoon at aqo. 106 &wink street, at about four o'clock. A steam heifer lecated'en premises alluded' td, which was avoided boy John Roach as an iron foundry, ettanded, completely demolishing the bulking, and bury ing all hands employed in it---sotkwfonrtean in the ruins. By some 'fortunate,. circumstance, however, but one man, named James Shaw, was killed:; while five others were more or lem injuired. ate natues of the "Mum]. ed men are Edward Roach, Edwarl Petrie, Wm. Bernard, James Taffel and Alin gewart. The concussion caused by the explosion 'Was kit for a considerable distance, and the - pettple ity the vicinity el the ' _ building were efiltettilly excited. _ A r An_Euglish Defallter /draft • BOW9lti t Sept. . An-Englishman imrr t cl titriphrei, who, it s is alleged, is a;def . ,gnltet thei T ainp of £40,000, haab sen arrested here: --- ti , ! , is Ow clergyman who el6ried ad , Oth man's wife from England, asilreadyin .•' : • News by 4veriaid Trouble About San Juan blind. Y 0 DEMENTS OF WAR 11,88.115. Indian Tioubles in Oregon. IJEFOGE, FOR SEDUCTION T. LOV;ft; August 3 Terrible Catastrophe in Noir New YORK, Septeupr 8 The Music Teacher Swindling ASO.-- The Swlndloratrreakil al,Wasadutioni • :*wouir e row &Ant 41 0 - The gar . kirrht‘ f PhlYtdels 6 4,4„ . .. °lfewl.4 4414;3 4 401 4 =Mr the pretence of taking them down south as school and music teachers, and then robbed nusta of their uumeibstat Luggage, waa.arresteci here by Chief of Police Goddard and Lieuten ant of Police .itictienry. pi was recognised as Hiram P. Leslie, heretofore temporarily employ ed as a laborer in the Patent Office. Bowl of our pew eitizeps had bean alleged :14 , fill =His vgUse rontaided a largo tamthet of lettersfrtrionsparts of the countr ihe coast - Aiid some of ' which show that he has traveled with, and - wale. *xtensively emir gaged in Illshonest schema. He has a wills ' I Two large travelling trunks olalme4,,Athik : 1 4t* at the flGiregig, .office,; ON! are SUPPIO dq contahiAza es belongisig to hie s tkunio. Helms been. itadle fln‘ nett* • a sition of the Governor offlew"Vark. Leslie bsOnb'person with 'bun when arrested. He took - lodgings last bight with lir, wits at her insfdenee. There-loco probability that any of his vietiros came south with him. - tassatagaiwaireass. Weigigfrom alikießtier 3 ME The e ileP 041414161 iAtateiseafipeennfficially in' fdintest of the mi . :ideation, by Nicaragua, of the tamarAtoluden Treaty, after the omission of obnoxious provisions objected to by thie Qo ernruent: ' t .4 Vi , mks . e x pitteaced nor te rabil Physician; hit a Se/AOC syrup Di& which greatly facilitates the procannotteething by soft ening thetunni, reducing all allay all paha, And jig ours to mill* the bowels. Depth= mothers, will give test to youtsalves, and r health to your infants. PerfecUy safe In all 'chaos. "See dvertisoineut in another column. au gi •dawly Sillte4l4l/11111LA.—ll1s tropical root has a reputation wide es the . world for curing one class or the ft orde r s that afflict mankind—a reputation too which it deserves se the best antidoto we possess for scrofulous complaints. put to be brought into use,•its virtues mustbe concentra ted and combined with other medicines that Increase its power Übe: Midge NOMPotind Ofithis. character Is numb noedod in tip community. Resit tho advertise* 'hest or D. itial inuir Colonise, And We know, it needs no tuloomiutn from us to give our citizen, confidence, In what he Wpm. °roue, Syracute,N. 174 aog26-dawlm Padthivirsta, Suet 13,1807. Mehra. PfnV Dm* & '.tots.Be&ls.—Por more than a year I was afflicted withationblasome cough, attended with a yellowish frothy. expectoration, and great ema ciation rationed. Whattud it was a liver or lung rough I tnow not, but there wathidinceimitt tickling sensattioli In my chest. Calling ode day at the Mlles • of thoatatail Ftatos Journal of this citymneof thaproprietors grads* recommended me to try your Pam Hiller. 'lt sent and got the article, and was helped fausedfattly, and am now well. This was last march. r withhold my address as my family and myself are averse to notoriety. That what I have written is solemn truth, is welt known the proprietors of the Journal. I Write under the induenihr of grateful feeling. Your truly, MUCUS., The stela on lfueu, lima the we of the Pate Kitlolo4 ovddlY removed by Waddeg in alcohol. , tnn ENOueu Batsiniatelletn/a8 Clarke's Cekdtrated ikorode Protiered * 4n ar *minden of Mr J. Glatke,ll. D., P pectin' Extraordi Ty to the Queen. Ttds wen known-medicine do imposiliktk,-kstt a , and safe remedy For female Ditlicokiles and'tmaxpottons from any cause whatever; apd although s•ylowertlal remedy, they contain nothing hurtful to the constitution, TO 'MANUS° LADIES ulkirly_sulted. It wiji, in ilitipart-44my Iniug on tkAMDlgkinintissietsae, aoll wet MN MOWN SO PIM If V oggonose ON TOR Yazd Pada Or num= ass IXII3IIO. Par particulars, get a pamphlet, free, Of the agent N. 8.--$1 and 6 postege stamps unclosed to any au thorised matt , will intrire,botth4eoontnining over 60 Pt Is by rectos:wail G, 44CA4guirr, ageakfor Marro! burg, Pa., T.difr'4 l l.o.. ANStultr, wiloletilde agents Phllagelphla inde-dawiyi To the Beanned and Monad Minix RBIffsnYANPL You are overran with a deluge of the vilest compounds Iti SS," f Situ or "Aloshalle Dri" that oval *maws 41 , tr Imre soolitti,l4l;row Mils.' Tilt 4 , 41 ,41 1 142V01 1 1W'orratir, to you as a aad hi r (also the end Jame. lco' -01M4611"r i aM tl ia, frigaer,, 41 Agog, sar DS v.z": " wa Y , Noir York ,Is offiggitper, ; by Aeir, , pa n t , BOWINI4O Vint BA , MARLita *hlbldk V**. .gg NO `2lfttne' Mink. --; , -v , ..------- - A ,, , ,, t-ii.,..!-y-----.----, / 0 DULL TIBIES.” 1 , . ,_ : gb the quivih t aitlcomplaint. but it .. , .:1.• . i= r toreenaat,Nwheo tan u atore 7 P , __lff lb** and buy the Lb AN r - ' VAR AirAMMlN. L poiliarit BRA N WIAILAJIME, abdomen, ru d _, clea at '. "- vlicAbli • Aroma j fill • clrk. 01 1= 11 4)_ .. ,, a; . . NA __ ,wedilitirl7 `', . rea STRAY N OLD 001# came!, - ; 13 of the alederalgoed ataheihmt since. -*it le of a brown color,lbears kap harm, with a wilita stripe across the ehou)delts• Ipapot weft ter is requested to come, p pay ehameeand take her &key' delapt animal) pviN liedistatatt of eel the 41recti. _ • - JACOB WM' '.843-d.St snequehanna Townsb . NAILS! 'NAILS!! KEGS OF NAILS 4a forale at :re= e re ) dared prices, by LAY ft KUNKEL COAL! COAL!! TONS O.EVOFT .AND .114IRD viwoo.AL for sairicheop, by ' at d 2 t * MBY & HiJI L; .01111101 STWOOlike COMPAN4. • 'AVE established a Depot iii New Yorlc, f ' tor the supply of • • Stereoscope! and Stsreoseefic Pistons. ` 1 4 i t, zs. 3el the aei th d ar tthe , i, ,„ they the j g extent and varlet", v- ta e me t e 4l for b. Importers Nos a* that theytbe No York Depot, at the' lathe' paces charged at head querto hl London. Ornate_ executed, or parcel!! of of f o t roto ib ' I s Mi= 1 0 0 . f i , nt c arlCOPe_ X , p c, P ~ „Traded l [ • ~ Z . g. -",12° ,, . Lagssatj lir the L. IL Co's Depot, 110.21tate ' . atig nacuswas, N. P. - te, . . eft'' SE P. it. ledrria. MENEM V.ALUig EiVIST RILL .... - Os F L, 4 ~,,,... .._...,,. crill„.,_s .....„... 4 4 fib v Of an WM ot thtrutallns' cantor Dauphin county, will be exposed Public Sale, on Sehaday, the Silk day of Sepketter nerd, at I o'clock in tire afternoon, at the unit Kill on the prises, the Ribs ielng PerprmOable-litutheflaihitt bite the estate of Leonard uesmny,,,deeeered, situate partly in the town of •liiiiippire continued," and partly in the township of row* Sdatilirs, hi Oat cemity of Dauphin, to wit : LOT numbered In the plan of the town of "Highspire continued" with the number One Hundred and Twenty. Seven, (127.) containing lii front on Second street one hundred and thirty-two feet, and extending in depth one Wrand eigaiy.five feet, to a fifteen feet alley, upon l i l s erected a large Two and a Halt leafy STONE GRIST MILL, with two 'pairs of burr 11111 Stinnes. Also, 1 , ~i.„,,,,,5w ri, F ume j aw plowed HO ( OHO -. 9lirdratirikell i wars • ' ' wht-oren furnished and in gouersorlder ;, with Wadi, Smoke Hones, garden and ilitiXrater ; also, a good Sized Prairie Stable, Carriage and hog stables. iiii k a i l ae nth th Lot of Growth, situate in the said town s 6/1610 1 Ldiq munkehrec the Cthe paid. to -.tad ei ghbor One Bendred and htydits, 026,) contaliliteleht Mot on aid und threetlW.y feetnd extees=detith one hu~, and eighty ave foet ton fifteen , ' • .Also, a eertaim piece GOV,* norLthd, benedwitbY hurls tiolt s or but of Joithlrether, Jacob (loop, Sr., by Itaceutreenin thongs! town itk.“ll6ghapire continued," „by wifteert Net alltsUs d le sidd townreal by lands of theheirs of thannel , dessaing ; oothaining THIBr TM AGUE AItDONS4thLT, bethewinsethore.orther. Also, about OHS Abiltrtheall Cilia -OF LAND, ad joining the above Mal property, " . Mottle Wetool, , the Widow Light, and the P -.Conall,, upon 1 which said above dee= the said above tlw scribed Grist. NUI, g Hater hid odor together with the ...li*ratat. *t.4 4l V the said G Hillidesidled• ant, bu -‘.. Also,' at and berooginyto the:meta tallirlifill 'ter ter-take andiF il s o rmatth of "Hurd Hun ' and to audit pelt' a race dime' the le of Jaarib Hoop, Sr., tothersobr the purpose of conveyieg.the water of the , isibt . raw. -through, along minter the same, to thess=iitste4 and mill. AR Of the above described. pram iLbepoid itHelbef- Tbe abovadencribed inmate in and near the town of Highapire, in a fly gelled,. highly cultivated and fertile country, about lift miles from the borough of Harrisburg, and about throb .bibles boat the borough of Middletown. The liarOsbart *Sit Middletown Turnpike Road, the Pennsylvaide.thinid, and the Harrisburg and Lancaster Railroad peas throogh the said premies,to all 40*dr...haters is swath convenient access, to and from the said Odd AWL Pothention of the whole or the above described prevalsen will be-delivered. to the purchaser or purchasers thereof, me theist day of April, IMO, upon Ws filly complying walithe terms and conditl'us of rale. Attendance will Wryest, and 00-ethane of salo made known by Prancise Holler, Trustee, appointed by the Orphann'Oourt of lutephin county to make gate of the above described *remises, es the estate of the said Leonard Deathly, deceased. _ . . . . . FRANCIS HOLLER, Matt. Parma Innate, -Clerk O. tt—sug26 doawis *lOO It *l5O PER MONTH. Amity Wanted in every County in Pennsylvania and New York. ' HARD' TIMES OUT . .DONE! QLD CLOTH MADE NEW. RW. & O. DAVIS' PATENT CLOTHES . D.O COMPOUND, for coloring and meter ing soiled and'fsded garments to their original brilliancy. It gives fact colors ar One bistro VI Coms, Pants, Velma, Hats, CAP, 'Shawls, Merinoes, 'Sark •Gloves &c. It is easily applied with a common brush, and will not crack or injure the cloth. Perilous wishing to engage Ina pay. ing bush/me with a small capital, ran do so by applying to the undersigned at Dressing Over Clothes. 2 doors abovo Hoffman's Hotel, Harrisburg. BOWERS` & JACOBS. Otanumnlcatioss directed to Harrisburg or Chambers bin, Pa sep2-41.9m A I'ItICATIDIA w1)1 be received' b 3i the Alai : undersigned , until MOMMAY,•SePtenber It, at 12 = Lool e re s tr au cendi t erwo Weatinantea4alse , Tera ife y itilie r tro g Dat , ,p4l. ~,,0:- A grIculierai sepl-qt - E C. WILLIAMS, Superintendent. .04gAll ATTRACTION!._ SIT iiitt^iN G P o.§ pi v. 1141 id ea P. i 4 0 0 ' tinsinyzo, -," Flaw iii- E,PIINGING ASSOCIATION? ' Ur" .. . " ..... . 77 ...V soellial#kcAlLai r X l gaistualitaalt&aut ' # Or this place, sail illatio Oittes ,,, tr Baltlathit aild 1101 . 401014- , - T: , ,, ~, i''' . tHaltit--4411litity;' g' ' tr 1 , . , 12th iDd t,stko sac ...- GRAND CONCICATON••T giVIANIN9er Parade-and Plonks is , !ay. on , tho . , ' ids of the ' -," '%,' , Idiot.. -: Bap on Tuesday..Evonlmo# It .81Asii' /AIM* o? . . ___, .• . ' -,,, ~ _ iser; Admission to rt'gg e ~, _ , aht;' 444344990d00r. **1 1 04: 4, 011k —: .- . 400 `-‘-'- T ''' • 44:14/4- -GA , 1 . g"X`DAT Aim , - . AX . 1 L E A 3 l4 6 4 Ottrjt It GI • A 4illis' , i . . F-O •I44SHING" 1 * 4l OOR AANERD Alfatif 't:c ", t' • oVat WILCOX & signori ; • , , .. • _ - -2 x - . lekelunFlE• • 8 , stock.:— ibii 'Pri,7 - • -•11,0 Illasares of =banal , ,;, e •1.5 .fi al Inc 4 .10,,bat, la sixtrz4tvgokat,44,:,46,4l, .. , . . •• , : H . u,. ..i4 : .‘ Akr rx SIVA TWp M ri" FRAME BA SR,. ailk.aao . ila also has. Frail vinA: ma* not: : . f -, wise miet4 tbategiabt. . ~ • C. 0. ZOllll/0111104 sug3l Ott No, 03 Sootia SecoorroOL LOVa tioor max W. G . . ..-,;. MI/LemicOlasurkt.T. - ' 2 WYETII'S BUILDING, KAMM OTHIMil'i j , A y ? . it JUS T . . ......)Pt" t . Vi r ll , mitiMitap ti V i s: u d e N a • neer' neaatilul mylas ol CLOTHS 3 . 1..41N aid FANCY „,...,uk,..4,thi.... 0 Marseilles ESTDMIS, sqd al reaSotudds pliees, and made up to ;t7XlFilapwi style. Gazinamszre KISNAglmg GOODS, eglaisting of the latest Mks of Shirts, CollaNSandlcerehttei„ Suspenders, Seek May tcp. Call and see. marle-rd aug3l AGUE AND -FEVER, CURED. Al 3 Ibis is the seastwAraiiiis said Fever, Ada& with r bank:Preto/ember tbat the regatable Ibnie Mature, ea. 4gue K il ter, is acertain and speedfture for thostr'grousiokome safe ilia reliable inedlelnd. 'Pry it toinplaits. It Is a Prepared and sold only atthe Drug Store of • aug3olllw* J. MARTIN LUTZ. 2r.. EXECUTIVE COMMITTER,,COM. 11HTER OF ARRANGIMENTS, and olberollicers of rnpalu °panty Agricultural Hegisty,-are- requested 1041,1Wi1ei4010.06 074011Streel Widnetddy /lipid 31, one'dEidlearfille a , on fiernoon. 'ltd` OHN H. ilift, ®. SO TWA AF ~...QIIERIPB COD LP7ER OTLJELLYA-11hconlysweenine, NM Reproved by the New York Academy of MedicineEr...mtttrl—arl by teehbvettlzalwi— viingoLD, paitKIR&NOWEIt, Agents, New• York. eurbrp;,w. ,arpaa & ed., and by all Druggima sate-dllw • t kbOrtitia Brats. T‘. HE subscribers respectfully, anneucee that th ey will fornith and pet on SLATE ROOPINO with Slate trona the ceiontted Lancaster County Quo'. rtee, which Is inunirimeeed by other Sla in the mar led. — Orti•work will be done by the most te elpinienced workmen; and warranted to igve uthataction. mys-tt • - E. BURS dt CO. IbiCKOK'S P.LTBRT . PORTABLE Cif ter And . Wine Mill and Pre IMlll3' darling machine, which (Dail .2. 7 Mug WElNeveral yews has proved Itself alaper,, r =rsr aimplidtgE t illlciencyte aerating lu L„ ig rkerleadr hirvest of 16e. It le Matte,U Wattershalt weer, at there anek ariera do well Li L. , InalmhictOWearly Ow II drainer. -.0" ISGT( MIA than one hundred Silver - Medals a 1,,! fep , man have MIJOISIIYeII tyoothle2till within the bast totar ). law theptoiaeogin 'bag hot and e '4 that it is the belt one in tbei Market (au the pointa n grind the easiest, fastest, awl iu ti.c , poriedintanner. 2d. The Prete is the shunted and moat pow,t., „ 1 ukstest handled. It Is not hampered up wai l 01 screws and cog-wheels, which create alanovia to destroy ita 'utility. It is well made stud ,tta dl.,r price. _sir rho NM occupies about two soda halt three feet, and is lour feet high, Weighing ;;;11 every way portable and couvealeut. Daring the fast winter I had sevvrA apples to niahe into cider, and procured ~,, , PORTABLE CIDER /11.11.1. S," anti found that, ultli ni .1 I amid snake eight and aloe barrels of ridrr n .1., MOB only working by day tight in the yh, I winter. The 111111 hot only pertbrtned in the and satisfactory manner f dint worked wi,l, r eu ,,,k, ease and with a small amount, of power. I portable Mills, bet awe that worked with ball it., speed of Hickok's Ksistforke Cider Mill ; an] I recommeld it id prelbrenre to all others . Harrisburg, Juno 16th, 1869. C11.11111. , i It • Mr. Cbaffee.of Broome couoty, New York, wi IL, be, with one bend, went from farm to farm wilt these Mills, and made Oyer one thousand Id tr, I in the fill of 1168. Alanufectuntel exclusively, by the EAGLE Wofili.. l Harriwborr 414; Send For a Circular A. M. Binip&? & Co ; SOLE IMVORTERS, No. 338 BROADWAY. N- uniancterig Toxic, especially desieed bilk use of the MIODIOAL PROWSEITON 'and the FAMILY, pleasesilaialsekitieditsitt... l proper and Dineetie) which belong to :au Ma IndLijni.EGlN. The busi ness of rmanufioturtim p i rirjous gins, and .A q in itt 4, as leveesigee, ender OR WW,Aronnatic,"--*Cordrat,"—"Medi (sated," etc., hats become so common, that the public arejtenlly 'suspicious of nearly avorything that isuoffered under similar forms, and lbe Wide has thus been brought into disrepine. = It has remained for our house (established in 1778) to supply the pressing popular need,' and to inaugurate a new'ra in the .hist_of the Trade. We In* th at 4gitt ,eithefl reputation ---foupled lApop_ 'ears of experi encer—itimndantly vindiettes our claim to public isonfidenbe. El 418 t wy =I comostieetvir,,rpliddget'a Old London Dock Gin ". wipt 40)!Am% boating Va* named, artli.eampitook NeinipeilitriCt, sad make Mkte, ' intao% tohnecessary. PtAt. op In QUART BOTTLES, in Cased Of ones and two dozen each, and sold yughout the world by Druggists, 6 ro 1 . ~4 7 , 1, , 1 !te• ugdist'§ and tllealer, r• r with Unn le rr WINES AND BRANDIES, Direct from United States Bond e4k Warehouse. or .114 X ageliL la, by Cu. 4 A Baaimraim and-Inoff Znaziot. 1410441kiank ' --- /nlinr • ILIPL ROAD ROUTE FROM ILAREISBIT R G a' 0 -zz.-E-vir 10 RK • E atim , wo tibilti Irately, iikitt Pennsyl va li 1 3 L ~ alt r y Ind Cantina New Jene, litit Re., b Lebanon, Raiding, iiiieut. NN LI ['Oil C . and Rilzabethport. graim Ilkirougb,'bettottmo Harrisburg sea :...,,e, yor , .' . air'otitat. gsmo, -64 am" . ,ur g dio t s.d.ii • )14 B.4.4lL,veliatiiboa rt 10 . 31. A u .Ira ea I D°llite aad " VAIN leaves Ilan gat 45 r i. , reaiktemtv 6 ,p. 4., Jokliggp thed, le . S , morelg . gied arrival al Few 1.414 at i. a— RETURN64O., leaves .Now York. at 11.45 at...a ~..' making clo sipiapeliemisissogigtypttneabogo, Hoada, r--'' directly through to gaftiabsitg, arriving there at. P. M. FOR Tampac apply at the Ikj Lobanoa4 a' Harrisburg. JAMES 11 , ''" Gait r Apt Penn'a. Rail .K.O 111 no t55,40,T• 1-0136ISIINIERS 01' AL vTeoit owing to the large quantity 01 on band, but to the continued and gre.it Jos.! ' eilmotehtbe nibt or:oaat, FIF TN:PiLbITS ON THE Toy ' Tl ol llEtrallliEkinetelefortt, and will deliver a at OUCe of atig,aeire. We have MI haul LY/15492- - —OB 4 , 0 Pk , 'NEB' ti 3uo t er 51.1 "ft 2 00 Wilireabarre Brolun " "- - cumin :" :1 tid ‘4 Nut;,:: 2 au .1-sell the real l,ykena Valley Coal, and Iwt. .*nataln•fbnLylletesValleY N 'as is done In many last , All Coal from my Yore can be relied open toidlor. i•2l4olEd3szq F. BYt EGIJE. , P_WECTFULLY offers his profrs!..i.; l io n idottokeitiarns'of Ilarrisburv , • AKI - °Mali the "Patriot and nutoo " Budd troot.e,bove r ANA [Ask K BR°BINB' WM. pociz. OR COAL OIL, for 6alc IMM:r= 1778,) MIL' 4 '