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1869 FIRST OPENING bi SFRING~IB S9
SUMMER DRY GOODS
11 - ain now constantly receiving and opening
tine ILS3OrtICIPIIL of NNW GOODS, which in Stylo.
014.illty and Pricua I foul coufl4oot 1011A1 serer
INDUCKILENTS TO PURCHASSRef
UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER, HOUSE.
;« Plain brae Silks,. 0
Fanny • ,
Dress Silks of every style,
Rich Luttred Black Brno.
Oblies, - • I
The only full and complete Bionic " to ire
found in TOWN.
Of every Style, Quality and Cokdiearly
ug price from $1 60 to $2O 00.1
eolith and Sleeves,
Very Rlub French W9rlr4o rs,
ERWOrtetl .114kfs., I
bwiaa Edginga i
00,0ries and Mulls,
A saitillai 8164.644 4. 1.1 3.
My Brom is the laygeet pact siocillifTdble
Joy VINS, Ladies and GOD Liaison, impoiltixl
expressly for my own usu.
Domestics. I ;
Jenne, &c., Ste
MY GOODS ARK BOUGHT
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBSEIt.S,
p I All DIMMED TO MILL AT PRICK"
THAT DEFY COMPETIT I ION.
GALL and EXAMINE - my S . 0 qii
blybre PURCHASING' e(senA e.
WILLIAM A. OATH() I.',
NO. 14 MARKET &MA ,
NkXT DOOR TO THU trARRIRMIRIT • DANK
r ! NEW Bit E.DIQ AiillArT.
Cl'l FoR IPIPLAMMAMAY Diaz - Asia war.
6_J D %tee:Trait': 11, ,:: 1 Medfordyr o r I: it. tr
on. situ, and accoropliatow but, one lb ' to wit
---. 4 Sub,lues Inflammatory OtatwoOi whales , 'be Ha"
i ", turn or locality. Ibis it doom by equal g the
Wr.l coma:Mon, dainty ramovjoig Sho t sip bye of
~ Iteutatatisun, Mounded, lfileadliusho.
1- 1 111, Fits, Colds, Fevers, InharantedMhroalt LIMP
„„ e d nod Liver, Female Diseasenlirislpelas,Srouehitie, ,
-- * l / 4 4 Pleurisy, Asthma Dy*pepsin,' Venereal Diseases,
1- -% (knit, Scrofula, Cooker and all other forms of In-
Nem/ nainmatiou are easily subdued by the Now Medi.
~..... l_a— ,
p m New Akedical Salt le sus; cure
t but does Pat what it claims to do—fo more,
uo less—equalina the - 'elation by ren‘^ - " -
p e r 4 from the system all ruler,
igultltudes eit have tr
111 111. the New Medical Salt
covered. Mitten the tr
A L a i i . 3o Wf uo t tiTre lh om av it e used
An aeillt ackn
Wwas cured of a severe case of Neuraigbi in lees
~q than a week.--/Yorwair (MA) Advertiser - .
Vont. invalusible Medicine r isinaly
.1. falfilliug, In my ease, ell the proltilses which
you made for It. A few dons also relieved my
loather of a rash of blood to the head.
.1. P. GILLINGEGais i Phila.
9P. Ettiinory Itheusaamun wil
1...;A nomPlalln. The drat package t
effectually, as n ot a vestige of Rhenma
N. H. DUNOAN, Ne
).4 1 trolovir It to ibir e
;,T4removing it in a few hours. Tam U
it for scrofula nod have already recelv
5. 1,1113111 a ,
t tor Attelarlaietal thits Wont.
—ld Acwl4 ' In ion dan_the_pain was gone.
T. W. FITMMONS, U. D. 3 Phu&
(.1Q INTaI sputa by the nowt, e have
(2:5V1 tried it. It has complete txudrol riv r Inflate
math* —. JarkronviikiV a .) NSIO Era. ,
B reiarailiceiliker:ltEet "41
Neuralgia have beau cured . by , )I.—thfirdrami"
Many more wo
d tealltify if neireasar7
(;) Descriptive arctilass, *tali isamen =V
i ) bu bblabled from any Thugglst who has
4, r sale, WS Valllit.
Nue ble umbels f - .
AN ITPEILOGISTIC SALT.
Price $/. Okrestic package $2.50
D. C. PkyLo ß &
Gonna :!yenta, 202 z>- , * Seca. Pidiakivies.
The Near Medical slat ill
risburg by .1. st, xt;,.1.). W..'4 h att al d
n.iteller, P. Huttrai, by .44,ept e rptis.
i "it oi.ststa wherever the "telegraphr krie at ik
Ay It 14 out patetit medicine, hut theOedbte r
an eitil.i..l4t pii)slat*. to one shOuht. lo the
NEW 111EGICAL SALT"
air mreolions see circular:
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As compound remedy., in which we have
labored to prat the most effectual alterative that
can be made. It Is awerffeetuiduil extra:A of Para Sarsa
parilla, so combined wfar~ 'libations of still greater
alterative power at to abirdfdp effective antidote for the
diseases SaratiParlila IS SWAIN to cure. It le believed
that such a remedy Is wanted by those who surer from
Strumous comptaintsond that one which will accomplish
their cure must prove of immense service to this class ot
our afflictedd follow citizens. Bow complet ely this com
pound will do It has tWen proven by Gent on many
of the worst cases to be found of t e following cosi
San Kash,. urn 4elljealltiO_ AFFEC
DW:ma?ilUromilA OR TIC
runes, dut„ Al rumor's and aed
whole coma arising from inseam at THU D.'
This compound will be found a great
health, when .taken in the spring, to expel the font hu
mon whiehrrarter in the blood at that season of the year
By the thusly espied= of them many rantrlngdbierder
are eloped in the lifultttudes can, by the aid of
emedy, spate themselves from the endnreabe 01
foul eruptions and ..IcerOUl Wee, through which the
system will strive to rid itself of corraptkam, if not m
ills to do this through the natural channels of the
body-by up alterative medicine. Cleanse out the vitiated
blood whenever you find Its impurities bursting thrbugh
the skin to pimples, °rush:maw sores ; cleanse it when
you end his obstructed and sluggish In the veins; cleanse
it whenever it, Is foul, and your feelings will tell you
when. Even whero'no particular disorder MAI!, people
enjoy better health, and live longer, for theorising the
blood. Keep the blood. healthy, and all is well ; but
with this pabulum of li,e disordered,. there pan be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something must go wrong,
and the groat machinery of life is disordered or over
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the reputation
of ReAtispishing these esti. EiWith world hasibeert
egregiously deceived by pre Slicing 01 I partly be •
il i cb h u e t t artan Alt *ding
b c ac o t, h t 001 the
virtue of Sitriatimellls,tiriny tiling else.
Dur'ng Mte years the public have been misled by large
144 es, Apbtnishe tW, t.o It priori pf Xxinte,t
partite for one dialer. Domed these have_ been frauds.
spin the Mak, Oloreatiey "hot - out? istalldatittle,if any
Sarsaparilla, but often noarer
curative properties ', r
thaw*, bider and painftil 'ffisedatiointment Us, lipw;
Henan orris various extracts ot airsapsuilla leflood
the market. Until the name itself ls justly 'despised; an
has became synonymous With Imposition and cheat. Still
we cell** oompoundlaraspuilla, and Intend to supply
such a remedy as shall rescue the ulnae from the loaded
obloquy nisi rests upon It. Anifirplhinit Witlinvo ground
for believing* has virtues Welfare IrteshithtluthY as
ordinary won of the diseases UM -Wended Wain. In
ordet_freoomplelo eradiation from the system, the renio.
dl ,}ggulg 11P jpellittslplajtenticeoxiiingto'directions oa
4- 1 111111, & C
thint ' mAssAcimearTs,
pritc - st. perjunue;
ausgaig , lbritwit nab a renown .forie of 'every.
Vairtetyot throe& end IstoirOsmp4aat, that u,is entirely,
aumeealtoptbr us toureeount the evil nee of Ii virtues
wheats, it het beitnisploloa. As ittrilmAinit *NM i s
use throughout this section,' we :mood sikder
more morello • its quality to to the`
b , ibit to do
" - Ai i ti o xr - leathartio
7011 TUN CU P.ll OP
maitidgell. Jamaica, Aspfeels: .le#ren *DYielaerY,
Mord Stonmeli, /Ilkyripsku, mtudache, rues itheirwattion
Eruptions and Alfa Diseases, Liver Ctingitaint, 4rwy,
_Tumors mulMt • i= 6 l( oo % mtw erworfle n az a t Ms*egte,
at PIW , far
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensitive oao
take, them DOWDY, and they are the beat aperient in
the world Ihr all.the purposes of a family physic.
Sospesp.sll afti.e'per Desxl-/tlve BoxonEow $l.OO.
Great numberatitAilmistone, Physicians, Statesmen,
and eminent persoutigen, have lent their names tonality
the uselnluess of . these remediet, hut our space here will
nut permit the insertion of them TtiO Agents below
named runtish grittlironr /imam ALMANAC) in which
they are given ;' witti also foll,deseripMuns etc) above
complain, and the treatment thatshonid be f orredlor
Decal be put or by Unprinelplee dealers with other
preparations• they niakentolurprok on. Demand Ana's,
end no, others. Tbo sick want the best aid there is
for Otern, add they should have U.
All our'Remedies are for sale by C. A. BANNVART, liar.
Hann • 0. WOMLAN, Halifax ; Dr. Munn, Idilioni
burgedyr I.o.llruggias,and by lino principal Merchants
tE • ' - aplll-diw6m..
MIMING TACKLE I
kitst - c item , ts AN B 8"! 1.1
BANE-81 .0 A N PlSt C 1 XI 8I 1 . 1
AT ' AT '
AT AT ,
AT- - AT — aAT
KELLEItiI KBLLER'S 11 14'S I 1 !
KETJ was! KELLER'S 11 , 1 KR'S 1 !
KELLER'S I KELLER'S LEA'S 111
91 91 91 91
91 91 91
Marketilit. Markent. Marks St.
Dicvarpour DUNN, by Chao. Lover-00o
eteid1 vol. price 50dts.
THE 11.42 P OF 1000 81it11403. by B. P.
iery--numerouely illustrate& Price $1 26.
THE OWES PLAYER'S INOTRIMTOR, or
Guide to- ,` 5kty ... 438 :11. Stanley.—
ANECDOTE/SOP LOVE by Lola Montez.—
THETLLLAR OF FDIE, or Israkilln Bondage,
by Rev. J. H. Ingraham, author of the "Prince
01 the House of David."
TRIAL OF DANIEL E. SICKLES, for shoot
ing P. B. Key at Washington—illustrated by
numerous engravings., Price Soda
For sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market street.
TEWELLERS, itailroad Superintendeuts
01 and the public are invited to call and see R. HOWARD
o.'a Astron m teal and other Clucks at the
a pr23-dly EAGLE WORKS
DB OF 80-0110
QTRAMBERRY PLOTS ... I4mo already
kJ been °arra from the Nimmons Nhmaoty, the
present mann planting. . , •
HORS THAN 200,000,
Embracing all the finest, largest and best varieties, yet
for sale. The subscriber has this year raised, in ivanti
ty, ?IMOD, teenier •
FROM FOUR TO SIX. INCHES
In circumference, and will sell-plants of the same va
rieties at lower prices than they can be bought elsewhere
In the United -States, with - a varsity or purity.:' ant'
fidelity to name..
Plants tarp /or by the.thousuout or larger quantity.
Strawberrlep planted icrAugusts or September, II
the weatheria,lavorable, will produce a good - crop °t
hug next season. H. A. mpu,
Largo : of PuPericT ! nom of Black
rAm rap: mat,
musks noose= sum.
Mlles a:ems, and II rood varlets of stiles.
W. A. OATHCARL,
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS- NEUTRAL T . N NONE."
Im,-Aol 4 lw
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 6,
Parasols & Umbrellas,
-64:' • MARKET - - SCLUARE,' ..
THE subscriber respbactilly - hifotins the
public that he has established a wianthotery; or
UMBRELLAS. PARAWLS, WALIMI,I3 CANES . AND
EWING WHIPS, at the abOOn addriast 67LiirMabyyearav,
experience in the business an' prooMoolloaa,he tea
with confidence state that orders for any or thaildlor
mentioned so oda intrusted , to Mtn ' gal rota 'witk'S'M
!Mention as will givo.salisnentiont,to by *rims..
Fancy Cliedgetoteed4 - alwitye- On h
(Alf well as 'wbat.jitt_ produces blentelf.)
Philadelphia, New York, English, Preneki
and German Goods.
-21 f: B. LER, Proprietor.
N. EL—Partinular arel prompt attendee given to there
miring and covering of Umbrellas and Parasols.
SUCCESSOR TO 11. 0. LUTZ,
Plumber & grass Founder,
108.111arket Street, Trarrisbarrig. '
i Castings of every description
made to order. .American manufactured Lead and
Iron Piped of all sizes. iTydrantslif every deseriplion ,
made and repaired. Hot and Mid Water Baths} Shower
Baths, Water Closets, CesteenVutope,..Lead•Othas aiod.
Lead wort of every description, done at the shpttest no-
nee, on the most reasonable terms. Factory alid..Engttur
Mork in general. All orders thankfulk-feceivßi and.
The highest each Wee given , for nitt amps, *Mai.
Lead and. • • tor.
• COACH IMUlkilaiftG
EST . 4I3.I.4ISHMENTL.
E subscriber respectfully...informs the,.
rcitizens of Harcisbprg and vicinity, that he *di&
mailmen* the APACILYAKING BMNICES, iu aILIK
braish, at hie §liup in WairdriERICIIIWNIUR
Raving secured the services of the best mechanics in
each of the departments, and giving bta own permitter
attention to all wore' done at his shop, be feels sal ,p
saying that his work will compare favorably with that of_
soy of the biege•eltiee.• Particular attention paid tcrtlie
manufacturing of Wheels. REPAIRING neatly and sob-
Stabgally done, and at the Mee promised.
:meet-day .10581.11. Se VEICM,D,
EX lITION OF THE HALTER/
COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY;
76 be held attic:n*4w on Wednesday. thf 21S1,
Thuradayr 22d, and Iriday, the 28d of
Tao place pf is figed, at the groun d s of Ste
PARK ASSOCIATION," where every' arrangement al
conedaionce brine display of Moot, Produce of the
kali ...agricultural Implements is now • An course of proper.'
Th gn. ofire! Ratites will be opened at the office of the
Penitsyl litato'Agrioulturat&ciety, on Second Street,
near reauat, ta4fortaburg, where weer the officers will
,be found &tell Um% cares Tax mar rm litrwrimara
Alt khrhibitots must beeline members of the society.
Ihentbrrsblo, , fate Membership, --
Tickets of ad
tifthlon will be lurbished at the office, in Harrisburg; at
ditrillimadter the first of September, 14els.bretssamp
rer, Cl Waal* tpt the Exbitatlon. , during the
ralsarly- er MA Membership Ticket admits a genthresan
and 44 fai et gadrant FailiLY udder / 3 Owe
Proper provision has beau made &saintt inclement
weather in the erection of PERMANENT abantios, and CAN.
YAM isms which will accommodate 2,000 parlous
„ The Committe of Arrangements will be ready to receive
artistes for exhibition on the Fair Grounds on Monday
morning, September 19th, at which time they s suit have
persons employed with teams to deliver articles of every ,
kind, and also have persons upon the Fair Grounds to
arrange articles for exhibition. Exhibitors will please
have their articles upon the Ground, d possible, on that
and tho next 41w, tnemilm thathhey may be properly ar
ranged by Wednesday.
Toe Premium list is one of the most liberal Issued by
any county Society in the State ; and for good articles or
animals, offers good premiums. It will be ready for dis
tribution early in August.
Tho membership too will be paid to*JOHN W. COWDEN,
Esq., Treasurer, Harrisburg. JOHN H . ZEIGLER,
EsTAnz, ISHED- 1807.^-
TIMAI A. lq" S
'CELEBRATED AND . RELIABLE
ZINC% WHITE LEADS,'
may be obtained from the Princit te tßUGGlSTS and
Tothroughout nt Dealers the United „ amides and
Welt Indies or of the Ranufketurer.
. . D. F. TIEN.ANN & CO.,
128 William Street,
Vrbnch liquid Dryer, Chrome Greene, French Zino
Althea,. American Zino Whltes, ,, Solublet•Wash Blue for
Laundry Purposes. Prusrdanitlues, Vermillion, Chrome
Yellow,. Colors in , Water, Blacks, Chinese, Yellows and
Vermilltons, Paris Green, Permanent Enteral° Greens for
Blinds; and general stock of Paints both dry and
ground In Oil 123 William Street, New York.
FOR FL OF 1859
HARRISBURG PENN' A.
10,000 BII.DDED PEACH TREES,
TNCLUDING all of the most choice va
x•rieties. Price per 100 (except Griffith) $t2.00; retail,
lb cents. Griffith latrine $15.00: retail, :e0 cents.
• 'APPLE TREES. • '
Illbtalest varieties, and of goad Bith. Price 15 to 20
1 1:41vriuktiltawlyd, 50 cents eacb, $5 per dozen
Dwarf and Madera, 40 to 60 cents each ; to 66 per
dorett., Very lerge,bearing trees 75 cents to'sl each. ,
APRICOTS, PLUMS, ALMONDS
Grapes of different varieties, Raspberries, Currants,
Gooseberries Scd., at usual prices.
I SHADE TREES,
Including :American and Mountain Ash, Hier, Lindens,
Sugar Aid 3tiver Maples, Horse Chestnut, Catalpa, Tulip
tree, Magna _ lies, ho., ere. - .
ORNARLENTJW SHRUBS -
Of inarly " varieties, amOnetheni Cydonia Japonica,
White Fringe, purple triage or Mist tree, Mahonia !Rot
folia,lree - box, Magnolia, Honey Buckles, toc., &o.
,Scotcb, - Norway; Salaam, Double While
diplivictut and Bliver yirs,atnerictut,Chiuquo and Norway
arbor Atte; gnash grad Irish Yew - , kc ; &c.
About 60 Of the•moid desirable varieties, a great many
others having been rejected alter having found them of
but !Kahl. , vaiuo.- Prices ierY low by. the•thoosand or
larger enanttly t ; •-; • ;
A t $1.50 per hozeh, gl.O per 100:
!•: - CATAWISLA. EASPBERRLES.
Au eierbearing Wier - other varieties,
Including "trioxides orange, Red and White Antwerp
...Fastolf, dm, at El to 3 1.50 per dozen.
Besides Al above Wgreat ,many Otter !wholes tan be
ibtiudiuthor Persona wilklind..ittl "heir 'advantage to purriu;se
Trehi and flintottrold Neserits in their own neighbor
hood, instead of dppendiog upontraveling, peddlers with
`Whoni they 'are uhacglialined.
Addressor apply to
rk*urg, July ,
921 0 0 D-T ...4 LERN bes lN t.phici GAN to p ot S
ooa is at tie , -
apr2av 11 , itagL
TFOLIOS, '1 mum e7::17
AND PADS, or various prices cad' idles for 'Weise'
e ; e '1,0,:
TO TIXE LADIES OF. HARRISBURG
THE GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MA HINE CO.,
t t 3
HAVING ESTABLISURD AN OFFICY. AT TUR
+Corner of Market Square and Marker Street,
4 . IN THY ROOMS OCCUPIRD BY
FVAthe Ladles particularly call the attention
, of e Ladles and cit-izeus generallygenerallyto their LW:
LI-03 "SRWING MACHINES, vdrying in price
kern $5O $125.
REASONS WRY THE
. GROVER & BASER, MACHINE
IJNIVERRALLY PREFERRED TO ALL OTHERS:
let. It is more simple and easier kept in order than any
iSber'Sitchino, having never to be taken apart to oil or:
top. Il makes a seam Which will not rip or ravel even
when every third Glitch is cut.
-sl4lt sews from two ordinary spools, thus avoiding
rrlie of winding the thread; while by a mere change
la teepachine maybe adapted to all kinds of work.
Mb. Tbe same maeht s znS silk, linen thread, and
'511.0n spool cotton ur equal facility.
_lll. - The seam is as Nr 1.4' the meat elastic fabric,
ale - lin therefore,' free from all liability ref break in wash
incirspipg or otherwise.
IMIL4IIie stitch is more beautiful, than mly made by
a* oiliirrimachlne, or by hand. ' ' • •
THB GEOVER BAKER ,STilt7l is patented and
- oubsed hype Colima*, andla Oar superior to the "Lour
zlimuls" or the worthless "Cans Sums." for all thin flaw
rio,Med resembles tho back stitch made with the cont.'
mbe-fieeell& The GEOVFAt &'l3Alifint MACUINI will do
trallieWing Cheaper and better for's rangy than a seam
stress,- eves though She were toswork far ONE . CENT
ANHOUR.. It is superior to any, rld every other ma
ch*" Tor FAMILY mum. Qtter111;000 have, airredy
toff acrd are recetninedded' by the most competent
Ilbe Presti;by the - Clergy' and - others, as the
way . Machine for all kinds of Work.
We do not hesitaWter warrant oar . Machines in every
-retreat. A lady always in attendance. Call" and see
before purchasing any other;Smith's phdtograph
Gilkey, corner of Markothquare and Market Street,..en-
MIAs on Market Square.
liacturre &WM; in all lei various branches, c xesuted
lii neatness and dispatch, by thoroughly competent
at half, the , usuaLpricea._. Merchants, Families
anti. • • ere, should alai this Tact in mind.
,r,,orderettima the country promptly attended - to. - Thine
wholytefer thick, heavy fabrics sewed with the Shuttle
'or LoCkStitch, which has the name appearance on both
ewe have their work dine oh THE SHUTTLE MA
.! 6or thaLtilerinajl.44LlM DMUS; Which IS in
R reepOt superior le Matz titbar4fachines for that
kindest Smirk, but Mr all ligli, thin fabrics that require
frequent washing and ironing, 'Mtn Gitovinr& Haim
Sums" has so
Persona sho uld this fact; and uot. be elev.
celved.by the appearancWof the atitch on;bollt atiletti fpr,
Liallea are respecunifrinvinia to call and receive a cir
cular-AM specimen Of - sawing, also it . copy of The Glover & Baker Company's book entitled "Pictures and M#lnett,
ter thO o ttle Folks." lintrance on Merket Square, second
- door Market, Smith's Photograplithinery •
tnylhaly Agent tbr Central ileunsylvaraa.
FAMILY-. -SEWING. MACHINE
CUR.F.AT ItistelTuriON'm PZICE
Guiana after October La inst., Um RE fAIL PRICEfItof
oar SEWING MACHINES will be as follows :
NEW STYLE MACHINE „. ,„ ............
.1111DIUN, on Plato Table WIC 00
" Half Case Panel - 80 00
" Half Ihse, Mahogany or Black Walnut.. 85 00
" Full alga, 100 00'
" ' Fall Case, Rosewood • 115 00
SMALL MACHINE.— 75'00
LARGE RACHINE.... ....100 00
The unanimous favor which has attended the introduction
Or Winona & WILSON . BFetta.t &mew liscannits sdMolent
evidence of its excellence. It is needless now to santhat .
this useful lnstrument it becoming a domestic institution
the tact is recognized by It sucoottsitil use in thou
sands of Families in every ridnk in life. To those who
have hitherto refrained from availing, themselves of its
advantages, it may net be amiss to say, thatits, utility is
not a problem to be solved,be. a success al ready rOaiiscst
The' highest testimony is coth.tantlY oLihred, confirming
tbe vordict.Which has given this instrument so. ide and'
enviable a reputation.
This Machine is conceived ou a principle IMERICLT
omentat4 beg specially and admirably adapted to the
Most perfect WM* on every kind of material - ; and,
having beeititubjected to a three years' test of the most
searehing duiraeter bylesmilies, and In various
of Niutufacturawith dilthignisbed success, it isbelieved,
that, in all the/great,points requisite to a .complete and
eecal Sew .Mach it cannot be approached In ox.
HE LOOK KUGEL
Among the noubted advantages It pose eases overal
_hers; may be i*med the fetMaing :
:Its nimplkdt of construction, and consequent free.
mit froldiderang ent and need of repairs. , • •
2. Its unexampl rapidity and ease of operation.. •
S. Its noLseless Movement.
4. The great varlgty of purposes to which it can bo ap
plied, which can be achieved by no other mechanical
means. And, _
5. The pre-eminerdsatirrr and numseurry of the work;
Full instruction for operating t heMachine Is given to
purchasers gratultoutly at the sales rooms. When the
Machine Is sent aonswillstance, so that personal instruc
Lion is Inconvenient, teard of directions is scat, which
are a [sufficient guide. \ The mechanism, however, is so
itild the arrangement to easy, that no difilculty
needs:icier. Many ladies - hate the Machine sent to their
residences after havingreceived a half hour's instruction
Any Daum difficulties aro readily surmounted, and then
practice alone makes perfect in the use of this'as any,
thing else. Domestics- and children- of-twelve years of
age readily become prolitient in Jag use.
• Our Office is removed hp MK' mars Daguerrean Raman,
corner of Third and Martit streets, where the machines'
can be seen In operation. , •
Mitsfßpriceisprepared to do, machine sewing for all
wk. *shit., and at. the IsZpe time show the machines.
For further Inforniation tpply to
W. 0. HAWK,- Agent.
Mar*burg, ]}larch 22.1649.-divetf
iO2.IRIIR9f BLAOKEBRRY ROOT at
IMPFLRWS, Fointh and Miriet'Sts
iBURN.ETT'S - COOOAIN at
lAEFFLEIVS,Fotidih and Mat Me
THE Executive Committee of this Society.
have appointed 4101040,ing officers for tha Ktbi
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21st, %Trim SDAY,
Sept. 22d, FRIDAY Sept'. #S, 1659.
Superintendene'and Chigf 11arthal:
Gste. e. 0." .wruisis;
annnitlee Arraritts and.dicls toWial.
Deem iiUMMA, Ja., itesers:Wnititit C. 31" JACOB C.
BOMBERGER and BEVJAMIE 0: Penis. - The above officers
are charged with the.receotion bud allotment of Space
and poiltion for all 7 articles intended ibe, exhibicion, and
with the good order of visitors stud exhibitors.
VILLIE,tif D Boliak. •
Whose office for business will be &bibs' mins of the
Sitte Society, Cecond street aboVe Walniat, EfatrisbOrg,'
where pfemitims llsis and Ilst of Admit!!! betnrohhed,
entliesmadeand other business or the Society transacted
On and after the let Of September,
until the day for opening the Exhibition, when the office
will be removed to the Grounds of the Part.
THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS HAVE
ALSO EDEN ADOPTICDI.--
t hlvery person 'wishing to be enrolled ss a member
of the S °clay, must apply on or before the first day of
each annual Fair, and on payment of one dollar to the
Treasurer, shall receive a certificate of membership,
contalcing the name of the applicant, audandorsed by
the Secretary ; but no such art' cute &hail admit any per
son Into the (union. Persond acting as Judges are ex
pected to become members.
2. Every, person . becoming a, member, as above, by
the, payment Of one dollar,shall receive with his ,cerUft
cate of membership viva
, rickets, each of valid' shall
admit one person to the Fair ensee, and must be given up
to the Dohrkeeper at each time , of entering.
Z. Each life ,member of the Society shall receive, mi
me/x.4, a fluidly admission ticket.
4. NV memberS' cortlecides shill be issued after the
first day,cif the Fair; but any parson may purchase four
tided! for one dollar et any tittle and as often as he may
please during the eonthmittice of the Fair.
5. The price of separate angle admission tickets shall
be twenty. five cents each. And no person, `except the
officers Of the Society and employees of the Society, all
of whom Shall bit designateihno shallbespermit
ted to enter without giving up a ticket at the door.
G. Children under twelve years of age will hendmitted
gratuitously when in charge of adults : all Over that age
loot be provided with tickets.
7. lExltibitorsof, Stock will be forrOlbed with pessporte
for persons in charge of the same, which will entitle the
bearer to admission at the Stock gate entrance wag;
and any such passports transferred for the purpose of
admitting others than those actually in charge of Stock,
shall be declared forfeited, and tile Exhibitor; whose em
ployee has thus transgressed, shall be., aeprived of all
privllhged underlbik rule. • • • -
- 8. Certilicatee will •bit furnlehed , by , the Treasurer, at
the office, in Harrisburg, at any dale Anna Till rlitar OF
Artsprese, and sd• his office, on.the 4kitilikiniGronnd,
tumordinglo regulation Mal The Cards „of Weigembers,
'arena to given up at the gate. ' ' z
9. Aguilar Medibershlp, men Doman. Life Menthrship,
' rrrs Omens - •
10. adsplitione card, price rwsert.strt 0 will be
rovis Se'a r ui9 o / 11 0AftP. i .f. • ay, the
21st or September. A„. ' .•
Carriages will be allowed , to enter-the enclosure on
the paynietit it twenty-Bre' °this' ftli`hlfigle horse ; pair
of horeekllfty:centa. nun sax.
Mina Ann 711ElifF.11111.11O, irpay'twenpeasettgler
oonveynnees will not he, persulti te
- 12. per s on to . whom a premium of not less .than
Die dellari:l9M been awarded, mayl'elect to re hive"
certificate of Life Membership.
entered for premiums, and grain Wilt be print Skoog
price Ibr Wee who datikennpurobase.
The Superintendent will take every precaut(pe In his
power for the safety of stock inelisUche. on 'exhibit
after their arrival and arrangemerttlito . st b
will not be responsible for 'any lower ohinture=thit may
.occur. The Socd•dgkes exhitors lo,give ~parienal
attention to thelrnr oty ticies mili-anim bi ils.4nderthe clogs of
the Fair to attend to their removal, as the Society'cannot
take fhrtber care of thkah. " . • -•
The Plowing Match will take. lois on THURSDAY,
JOHN W. COWDAT, EsQ. r Treasurer, will be found at
the business Mike Arm the first of September.
Rucutive Cimatiflke.—David Mummer,' Jr., Jahn P.
.Rutherford, Anthony W. Loomis, Henry Herr, Jeremiah
Rohrer. • "
:A. OYD. ELA1t . 11.4 . 014 4 :Rresidesit.
JOHNU. ZIEGLER; Secretary.
*4* ; .All the newspapers in the County ,-. 7 au4
Gentian, 'will plefule Whit.' till Kthibiihirk ecuid
Accounig to the 'FFeesurer Ilte ohm, of the Fib%
iteea-dte - .
• CARLISLE 'WRITE .SULPHUR SPRINGS,
'CUMBERLAIII 4 Y CO., PA.'
518 favorite and fashionable . lAratering
Place. pleasantly located near the •base. of the Blue
Ho ntain`,lonr miles from Carlisle, Pa., will' be open. for
visitors on the 20th or June. The_waters of .these Springs
aro highly impregnated with minerals, and for , drinking
and bathing, are not
.surpoined by, any Sulphur:Springs'
in the country. ..Thu buildings are well ventilated and
are surrounded by 1200leet: of balmmies: Tliencenery,
is of the grandest kind; ancr - the'acocuriodations for the
recreation,healtti and comforter visitors are ttnexerPtion
ablp. good fare,,pieasant neves ; musio; bi ll iards,
bowling saloon and other games, and all theitmusements
usually found at Watering places Can be enjoyeil. hero.—
visitors leaving Phiiadelpbia or Baltimore in the morning
train arrive at the Springs at 3 . &clock, P. M. EatilY
mail. Board.fromnt94B-per-week. For further infer
marital address OWES,,cIANDENIN & CO.,
I • 'Claillelo Springs, pa.
YISSCEtER.. , r
DeCosta Wm:A. abodes,
Esq., Thomas C. Perchral,;Esq.; Plagadelphia ; • Alex. Kirk
land; Fsq., R.'S. nuilusi:seltanore Jacob Gideon; Esq:,
Richard Walla**, Rag., .Vrdshington„ O. C. _ : -
• 'ATTENTION - 1
BRIGADE INSPECTOR'S- ORDERS NO. A.
E • COmpacio composing the 3d
Brigade 6111 Diy. Pa, V 01 ,2 will, meet : for, Battalion
Parade and Inspection, on Fri day,. fkatitic( l o " l eF t em .
ber'lBs9;2t Daiiphitt eountg; 4: Pa; " • '
The Commanding Officer of the Regiment will term the'
line at lOn'clock, A. M , precisely. .
Also, the uniform companies. knOwn as the Lykens
Valley lkiyalry; Amerldim Guards, Bidontobrit influatry;
Gratz Rifle and Washington Rifle, cohiposing the First
Regiment, shall at the same time and phial) as aboYe
stated, elect one suitable, person for Colonel,-and one per
son for Major of said ftegimen4-in place of Wm. 11. Yohe
and Henry K Welker,. resigned.' The Ameridan - Guards
will elect one pers . = for Second Lieutenant, instead of
John L. Long, resigned.
The 'Battalion will be reviewed by Brig. Geis. F. 0.
Williams and Staff.
7 Brigade Inspector, Si/ /31 6th Div. Pa. Vol
reEiGADE lESPECTOE ' S OFFICE,
_Gimp, Aug. 16, 1869.-4.4w61-
EXCURSIONS •TO , tPLII SPRING._
.SCHUYLKILL . - - Sri SUSQUEHANNA,
RA IL . =lt O,A'D . •
FOR THE . ACCOMMODATION OF PIG
• NICS 'AND SELECT PARTIES
WHO wish to visit Cold Sgring during
the &miner season . , an EXCURSION- TRAIN
run upon - any day selected; leairlag Harrlshurg-at
7 A. Mg and returning at 7. P. M.. Regular RECURSION
TIMMS bo said at HALF TRE usom, RATES, when
atatioientuumbars apply loluaity the relining of a tiAin,
say 66 or morn persods. . ,
A • - • GBO. GrARVERICH, Agent,'
4 0 0.04 1. ' Pcbuilifi# !lad SPqnebannaltait
DR. GEO; Si. , BURR.
Office ..4farket Street, Two doors
from the- Post .ofre.
..13 , 25-dtf :
.• • ••• ANOTHER •LOT
9F• - BAGLVE'S . : tELEBATED, .9014 D,
.-„TENtiLbiks44.4 &act . p4v,r , Apstplealved, Utak:
rig all thetiffetept sizes and prices. ,
asraildPinrsidd'aureirarrsuded will& alial6 - i en t
Ibiat at :
guarantee th*miadjueoxiD, 4
. 4346ry, _
BERGNER'S - OREAPBOO
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE.
Raving procured Two Adams Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and 1300 E PRINTING of every
description, cheaper then K can be done at ati) other
establishment in the county.
RATES OF ADVERTISING :
F our lines or less conatitnte ono-half square. Eight
lines or more than four constitute a square,
I Half Square, one day
Id one year ........ ..........
One Square, one day.
three months 5 00
It six months 0 00
sr Baldness notices inserted In the. Local column, or
before Marriages and Deaths - , FIVE CENTS PER LINE for
lii" Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular
NOTICE ia_hereby given, that applica
il non will be made to the next Legislature of Penn
sylvania, to alter the charter of the CARLISLE DEPOSIT
BANK, locatetti n the borough of Carlisle Cumberland
county, so as to c•Aifer upon said Bank thexights and
privileges of a Bank of Issue, and to change the name
to the CARLISLE BANK ; also to increase thq capital of
said Bank (which is at present Seventy-Two Thousand
Dollars, with the privilege of Increasing the same under
Represent charter to One Hundred Thousand Dollars,)
to Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
jun294olm W. M. HERTEN, Chshif
THE undersigned citizens of Lancaster
county give notice that they Itadineto apply to the
Legislature of the Oominonwealth of Pennsylvania at it=
neat session, for the' creation of a corporate body with
banking priviirges, to be located in the City of Lancaster
slant be ealledlillf.witti a Sa pita!
Thaddeus &evens, Christian Keiser, _Edward Reilly,
Jahn 'W. 'trebly, 0. Dickey, Christian Gast, John H
Peayspl, David King, Jauies Black, John F. Huber, John
J eoebran, Eeury Bemgardner, G.Tay ler Save, J. !Caleb Am
Lancaster, June 27, 1859.—jun294v6in
BANK NOTICE. '
rytHE COLUMBIA BANK, at Columbia,
11 loneastor,county, and Slate of Pennsylvania ' will
apply at the neat melon Of the Legislature of said State,
fora renewal and, OXLOIIBiOII 'Of I's Charter and Banking
Privileges, with the capital of Five Hundred Thousatid
Dollars as at present authorized, andivith the same name,
style and location. SAMUEL SllOOll.
Gushier of Columbia Bank.
Juno 28, ISS-9.—jun29-wem
NOTICE is hereby 'given, that applica
tips mill be made to,the Legislature of Pennsylva
nia, at its next Session, for the passage or an hot to in•
corporate the "LACKAWANNA SAVINGS BANK," to be
located at Scranton, in the county - of Isiserne, for the
purpose of receiving depositA of money, to be safely in
vested for the benefit of depositors.
"Jos. R. Scranton, Chas. Fuller, Thos. Diatom, C. D
`Rockwell, James Archbald, Joseph Chas's, II L, Miry In,
James Phloney, Gao. W. Scranton, J. 0. Platt.
Scranton, June i 3, 1859.—Jun29-w6m
hereby} given that application will be
made e next Legislature for'tho- indorporation of
Bank of Issue, discount and deposit, with tho usual
privileges Of Ranks, under the name and title' of the
"BANK OF MINEWILLF," to be located in the borough
of Llnorsillie, Schuylkill counts, Pennsylvania, .with a
capital or One Hundred Thousand Dollars, and the privi
legs to increase the sense to Two Hundred Mellow/4
Misintarnxx, June 3, 1850
-Ak N applieatien.Will be made at the next
Emil,. or the Lksieketeie of PehdaPivaidN . for th e
luoorponitloa at alßardt,Wattselteral bantrkitptiollepos.
with a capital of Five Ipendrod Thousand Ikaa.ll - 10 be
styled the At fatIERS , and DROettMliAttrothd to b
located le the city of Philadelphia. Jim2o..diotrem
NOTI IL -•
AN application will be made at the next
session of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, for the
Incorporation of a Bank with general banking privileges,
with A capital of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars to be
-styled-the SIIOX and LEATHER DEALERS BANK, and
to be located in the city'er Philadelphia.
Jun 29 dam
' 4 •
1. Craton; June 28, 1859.
oleo Is horeby ' give; that an" aTplieation will be
made to the Logishitnre of Ponneylviuda. at Its next
for the incorporation oba Bank of it 18417, with die
ofelelgaeurdepowit privileges, lobe looted hI the borough
of Harlishi, Cumberland, coo*, Pit., to 'bireldled THE
HANK OF CARLISLE w ith ` a capiutt of one liundrod
'thousand dollars, with the right to increase the. same to
, three hundred thousand dollars._ . „ ~
William Ker, John B. Paraer, Thos. Paxton,jolin Noble,
Benj. Giiier, Jr., Enocli Young, Richard Woods, Christian
Rtarnan;William Bentz, John S. Sterretti A. B. Sharpe,
m. N.. Russell, John _C. Dunlap,Joiroph D. Halbert, Rob
ert Given, John .Dunlap,, James , ilorrercßobert Moore, N.
A. Sturgeon, Robert Wilson,. Samuel Oration: Geo. W.
Sheeler, Jacob K. NelHey, Beni. Nelsley.Z•jutdirdawfint*
TS hereby given that.a number Of.eitizena
ji,or this Commonwealth, residlngtn Detaniare county,
NOD make applle,ation.to tbe next Legislatare" for the ere
athm of "a Bank, by tbe name and style of "THE MEDIA
BANK OF DELAWARE COUNTY ! , tit be-Matted at Medh,
In said county, with generat , bilinitilf ,Pliviinges, with
tapltal of One Hundred Thousand Mars.
Is hereby given that a number of eitizene
of this Commonwealth, reciding, in Delaware county,
veal make application to the next Legiaktbarefoi the cre
ation at - a - Bank, by the IMMO and style of 4 •TEEE MEDIA
BANK OF DISCOUNTaND DEPOSIT," to be located at
Media, in said county, .with snob. privileges ac may be
necessary to carry out a bank of Eased= 'and Deposit,
and with a capital not acceding Ono lifiledred Thousand
- jrin3o daw6m
.T 8 hereby given; that an 'applieatron will
± he made at the next ambit' of the Legislature of
Pennsylvania, 'for tho incorporation of aid*, to be
ealledthe “BRADFORD COUNTY BANK.; , ! with banking
privileges of Bane, discount and deposit, %OP avapital of
Two Hundred Thousand , Dollars, with the right to in
crease the calker sleek to Four ilendred 'Thousand
'flullers,'and tote landed in the borough of Towanda, in
the county of Bradford.
ibwanda,,June 27, 3.11b9.-jun29Hlaweal
IS hereby given the undersigned in-
It tend making application's& the mixt session of the
Legislature, fOr the incorporation of a bank of issue with
: general discounting; privileges, to be located in the Bor
oughOf Clarion; In Clarion eon*, Pa., untie? the name
HE - style or ' B E CLARION COUNTY" BANK," with a
capital .or COO,. OW add privilege et .incressing -the same
.C. W.,Acjiold Jamen Campbell,. 9amnel Duff„ Wm.
Corbettt..limuelieltson, D. S. Cull, Hugh Craig, James
W. Minter, Abu Keeney, B. J. Reid, J. T. Printer,
Jacob Black. Jun29-droeux
PPLICATION *ill be made at the next
session of the Legislaturo of Pennsilvaitia for en
sctof Incorporation for a , Banks Issie.and Discount,
to be located in the vicinity of Market and Fourth streets,
in the city of Philadelphia, for the aCionstnodation of
Fanners, Drovers, Hutchens and Produce dealers, with
a capital of $400,000, tohecalled the itIIASURN MAR
KET BANK." „iyl4l6m-oaw
• S hereby given,' that application will be
made to the Legislatute of Pentibitysibla at Its next
session, fora Bank of Issue, Discount and Deposit, to be
located at Pittsburg, with a °aphid of Three Hundred
Th . usand Dollars. to be called the AIIIQUIPPA BANK
OF PPITSBURG. • - - jyldaw6m
IS hereby given, that a.illiMber of citizens
orthis Conwonwcalth, residing in Dauphin county,
will make application to the nest Legislature for the ere
ation'of tt.' Bank; by the name and style of ..TEE STATE
CAPH.AL BANK," to be.located at Harrisburg, in said
county,-with general banking pri!ileges, with a capital
of One Hundred Thousand Dollars, and *hit privilege •
increase the Same to Three Hundred Thousand Dollars.
NOTICE is hereby given that an appli
cation Will be made by the uterersieed,io the next
Le lature, for the passage of an- act. incorporating a
Beak- to , be called the "CLEARFIELD prINTY BANK,"
to be lbeatid In the borough or Clitirlietd; with a capital
of one hundred-ttumusand.dith the, privelege of
increasing it to two htub 4 eittlfounKhd
T . J . AteDullextsh a J. F. lirmager, Isaac. Johnston, C , D
Watson, D. B. F.tswiler, Jons. — Boyiitati: M. a. Frank,
Biobara Wright,lryin v Jamet Alex
ander, SB. Row. • " ty2.-ein
NGlTCRialtelebyg re iven„tikat application
„mill be , made to the Legislature of Pennsylvania,
itt itexit &Eaton, for the-passage of an aet to Moor; o
iate_ manta COUNTY &M KS BANK, to be located
at Nate Brighton , 1 , 11.,-for the puipose 'of - receiving De
poe of money, to be safely invested for the benefit of
Bahl Raab tßradford aLe, $. N. Perk. Thos
B. Wens; Barkir
ens rrahmWadton, Gilliland,frai=4r" A. P. Roberts, Samuel frun•
New Brighton, July 1, 18/59.—jyt-dawem