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B ednesday Afternoon, September 21, 1859
LARGEST CIRCtLATION.—By a recent de.
Liston of the Hari Isburg Pont Masser, thr
DALY TELEGRAPH has the LARGES*I
CIRCULATION, within the delivery 01
the Post Office, of any Paper, Dolly or
Weekly, published In this place
TWO PRESSES FOR SALE.
1 . are offered for sale at this Office, at low
rates and on accommodating' terms. The presses
have been and are still used in printing the
Daily and Veekly'Tstscutailli, c- hulf the iocreas
lug circulation of our, paper compels us to use
faster Presiies." They will work lb sheets 'every
minute very easy, and have often worked tip gm
20. They are both in excellent order, all('
adapteditelitgarp ormatt power, IFer E r cpnutry
office they would answer all the purposes
desirel. goy particulars address ,
'" • ' GEO. BERGNER '& CO.
+" , 014 7 I01 , 1a. -BITINNESS."
i tiwiedrir itirat inimense numbers of
Judge Black's reply to Senator Douglas,
which recently appeared in the govern
ment organ at Washington, are daily be
ing' keit 'off ihrOugli 'the Post Office in that
c ity, 'to every part of the country, but es
peoially to lowa, franked by Judge Black
himself. , Now as the law expressly pro
hibits any officer of the government from
frklikirbg anythirtg,;but what relates to the
business of ids office; and requires the en
velopo 911:emdcgsed,(91Boial Business ? "
weenould like lo know where the Attor
ney General fins authority fur calling a
reply to Mr. DoOglas "Official Business,"
and of sending .tens:.ofthonsamle of them
off under his frank ? Has he, any more
right to frank than any other man ?„ The
law says' yo. It' is. said, moreover, that
a large number of clerks in the various
departments are employed in directing
these reports to individuals in all parts of
the country. , And yet, regularly franked
Repablican documents have been suppress.
ed in the Post Office Department, under a
decisioaAade fottlult,specito ptirpot
A great government this—a great AI
istratiort—engaged in a great bus
May we never look upon its like
after the fourth of March, 1860
• 'INTERESTING LETTER.
The Bon. James Cooper has writ
letter to some. gentlemen of Philadi
upon the subject of cheap postage.
not onlY warmly- opposes the suggi
that the rates of postage should
creased, (as was proposed by the
last session,) but advocates its still fi
reduction—either by a direct tax
the Government selling stamped envo
for the price of stamps. He denie
the Postoffiee Department has a r
be made a self. sustaining institutio
more than - the Judiciary Department,
for be says the duty of a Government to
afford a remedy for the deprivation of
rights and the redress of wrongs, is no
more necessary to the welfare and happi
ness of the people, than the duty of pro
vidibg-thein with sufficient mail facilities
and "stip postage. The loss 'that would
accrue to the revenue from a further re
duction 'of the postage rates, he says,
should ;he; made up s By' increasell duties
upori foreign impciits, so levied as to pro
tect our domestic mandaetures, and espe
cially the iron interest : and in case Gov
ernment 'refuses this duty of protection
longer be urges the fortnation of a - leagye
of all the suffering interests in question.
Tke iron interest alone, he says, holds the
balance of power between 'the; political
parties, both in Pennsylvania and New
Jersey, and in certain contingencies in
several other States, as well as in a num
ber of Congressional Districts in various
parts of the Union ;—and there can be no
doubt, therefore, of its power to enforce
its dertptuds ti
MARYLAND STATE FAIR.—The Mary
land State Fair will be held on the 25th,
26th, 27th 'and 28th days of October next,
in the city of Frederick, and we learn that
no efforts will be spared to , make it the
largest Fair ever held in our sister State
of Maryland. The railroad and steamboat
companies leading into that city have
agree ,to carry all articles intended for
the Fair free of charge, and they will all
igsne exersion tickets at half the usual
rates intesebgeis who design to visit
the Fair. We are under obligations to
the managers for a ticket of admission.
EDITORS AT THE STATE FAIR.—The
President of the . State Agricultural Soul
,ety, Ron. David Taggart, is exceedingly
liberal in the distribution of "free tickets"
to f th l et eflitinial fraternity, of all parties,
ttroughout peunaylvenia, and we have no
doubt Allele. will bean immense gathering
'of - the 4 fltilights of the Quill" at Phila
delphia-next week. That they Will be
by'illoae who are fitiailier. with the social
,qualitlei Of Mr: .Taggart and his official
A BEAUTIFUL PARTY
The most disgraceful scene ever enact.
ed in tine politiCtil convention, ootirred
the Dertiocratidpow.wow at qyrEwuralis; last
week. °The New York Fifrag, twine
most decidedly Democratic in its le4ings,'
and reported to be in particular favor at
Washington, the following: comments,
from its columns, on the proceedings of
the Syracuse Convention, may be taken
as the highest compliment it can pay to
the leaders of the party in that State on
all stiles. Look on the picture :
"-The sum andwubatance.of..the,procteedings
of the Democratic State Convention at Syracuse
amounts to this : The two ov three factions
into which the party is split have nominated
the same. St' to :ticket ! Int about the
manner l of sending delegaresto'Charleston, and
had ,a fight worthy of the antecedents of Tam
manyl Mill :and the Allatiy llegrey: t 'NW
first strikr 'n on reading an account
tars. It is of a piece with their base treachery
in the case of the Wise-Donnelly, letter, and of
their political history and conduct for many
years. The violence grew out of the fraud, and
both arc characteristic of the Albuuk . slaughter
house, and the coal hole of Tammany Hall.—
But what vas it all abut ? Was there .any,
principle lnvolved, . or wcre.there any measureg
or even any men in quesiion, induce th'q
shoulder hitters and bullies to resort to theft
peculiar knock•dtiwn arguments? Was it an
honest, though a vulgar and disrepp table fight?
Nothing of the kind. The whole and sole bone
of contention 'was, whiicia'of the 'teeth:mai glionhi
have the delegatte to Charleston, in order' to
con lila the federal spoils from 1861 to 1866tM
PENNSYLVANA I TRIU ItiAliNT. -It will
be a source of gratikatipb "to Petioil:ylva
nians to know that, at the late national ex
hibition by the United S4tos , Agrieultgralt
8/ 'nth held at CV - the highest
THE " IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT."—
DOUGLAS, THEN LINCOLN, and THEN
THUMBIILL.—The little Giant has stirred
up a hornet's nest in Ohio. He went
there, as is asserted, to make a diversiorrin
favor of " Ohio's gallant young Senator,"
and to exhibit himself to the Democracy.
Immediately upon his heels, it •is an
nounced that the Hon. Abe Lincoln—
" Old Abe"—who worried the Little Gi
ant so dreadfully in Illinois last year—is
to address the people of Ohio on, the
other side. And hardly does the ink an
nouncing his appointments dry, in a, hun
dred Republican newspapers, when it :is
announced that, Senator Trumbull; of-ll
linois—that other arch enemy of the, Doug
glee Squattex Spvereignty in the, ,United
two of children. The writer a short. ditto
since dined with a Mormon family in vicin
ity of Springville, where there Were sev
enteen children under the age of fog
years; the family consisted of ten `wives;
three of the number werallsteis s and
nieces of the husband; k fourth niedeoitiiy
thirteen years of age, tipenly boasted that
she shortly was going to marry the same
old blue beard,
THE FIARMONIOIIS.--The discussion
between Black and Douglas is growing de
pidedly interesting. ' The Little *Giant
gitobes into his antagonist fiercely, waging
gg war to the knife and the knife to the
hilt." We agree with • a cotemporary, ,
that, - 44. hovonle„alutmt i may be, on
}...-i • . . ,t , :.1
the sem or put etnaply coportesy .I.µV
Blaelfos vastly the advayiyge
,9f,- ... f1p
Etinia*U Hisitokiew is a tpodhl''Wgen
I)propriety. ghe Senator's answer ;
eliritt for fish ' Itkiiitit:f
Pennsylvania tEctegrapli, tilebnesban :Afternoon, .scptcniber 21, 1959:
he r .vulgar insolence and
i eharacterizA the Con
:eful to the Democratic
2tl community, It isia
3titutions, and gives oc
; tci blaspheme the prick
lom. It is a stumbling
inskiwAids continent or
, sivribilkiythese rowdy
from behind the scenes
fit to„;(1' galley :slaves,
Siberia they would be in .
tiled for them, and the
ly bettefi tied by their At
been a lucky thing if at
II they bad disposed of
ly and as completAly as
ny cats. This liintfilitY
Cassiday and his Inas;
it*T EST -11: TELEMIAP'HI
(..: ShIC DASPATCEtES
~-:.- .:::: . -, 0 .--T us
- D; . -I. , ..''Y'- , -- , ! . .4 L E G:',RA-,P-H.
Special 111-patch to the Ta•graph
Camp' Juniata et Lewistown.
LEWISTOWN, Sept. 21
CaMp ;Junin tais : ,le'cided success. There are
thirteen c . nn panics here, and more coming.—
Gen. Patierson will be here this afternoon to
review the i tfoops, aryl ! a grand display is ant ici
pated. There are crowds of people here, and
tbe.town_is beautifully decotatedAvilitilagasud,
wreaths.J. K. W.
Arrival of the Steamer Arabia.
SAdgitits, - N, 13. Sen. 21.
Stone, fr..m Liverpool on the 10th inst., arrived
at Halifax list evening. Her advises, whigi
are . one wed;later , wete dipatelf
ed' hither' by l , horse,exp6s; and have just been
received. . • ,
SEO,OND PI, SPAHR!,
SAOBVILLS, N. B.—Thl divatehes. reeuhked
r ". • „•
per steamer Arabia furtll the folloiag Item:'
of 'nmvs. The stdaMpo:Oreat,Eastern' has left
the river Thames and Koceeded
. to sea on her
trial trip with s..ifety, tier :Parformaticett hive
so far been lialiarectory. Thal settilons
Zurich conference havtUbeen suspended, The
ameinblies of Parma mid rioptakia
nitely resolved on annaltion , of Piedmont.
tnittl ; 44; ' ,l4 19; 11 :1114 CP6II Alatket
openedearly)n tile week Vi'ciive.
to day quiet. The sitles'ariVe week have been
57,000 hales. • • '''
LONDON MONri 9.—Console
for account close to t ley at.'4s/1..
The. Liverpool pot.4on utarkii`t closed. quitit..on
Fridat, iits'ltit ..i_ti ,!, aj4 pvjeldciu4 esseutfai
change. The, breadstuff's, inarket continued
dui. Picitrisionayieve.ttdingtiovittward. :
N DON; Sept:
• . . .. . , , , . , , .. ~ .
• News from Washington. • •
AsiiiaaroN, Sept. 21.
The President hap re oanized John Sundt as
Consul for the Grand Why of .the Baden, to
teside at LOnisvillc.• I . liti'Otitents' for )4cCor• .
mick's itnproveinents':n , .' teaping 'machines
patented in 1847, lAA% ,neretefote heen'aev r ,
eral times re issued, haze been again redssucd
during the past week.. !pis, however,- doss not
effect the terms of tni: continuance of thg origi
pals. A patent has alsose i en"rodesued to Royal
House,, for hip iMproti,:ement indhe telegraph
printing machine.' , '
. Shooting Affair in Richmond., I
• • 'groomer* . Vik:, * •gepterthbeol. , :•'
known as' gime; well kaows' clerk Of eikt
change, was,shoLlastnight!hy J. R. Milton, a
negrd dealer otlonisiana. Mr. , Sims is notex
pected througli the day. A violent rain
storm prevailed last:ll'o3li chi ng, tnpeli damage.
The river IslNelll h'gtrq ; ,';
Arrival, of the, Nova, Scotian.
FARTHER POINT BELOW QUEBEC; Sept 21
The steamer Nova Scotian from IliverpooLon
on the 17th inst., has "passed this point tiotilid
up for Quebec. • - ' •
Death of the Preacher Horse Thiel.
Bowen, the notorious „horst-Allier, and cele
brated in New Jersey as a preacher s died in the
jail at Feederick on Snfidiy: ,
There ara rumors on,tlie:Aieet. of a defalca
ion in one of our banks.
Antidote foi Poison
Tire Pam Itritait.--Rriv. T.' Allen, writing from Tavoy,
Burmah,Jan. 511,1867, says "within the past fourlears
I have used and disposed of &bevel five hundred bottles,'
but 11112 , 130* ant: Please gemlike° a fresh supply (through
the Misssisei Rooms) as soon as'you can; say two hun
dred bottles. Idare not be without it myself, and there
are :endless calls Tor it, both byßiirmans and Berens.
I alwaYs take it With Me Intollie jOnglea, and hrive fre
quent occasions Louse it, both on myself and others. One
night, while sleopiu . s in an open Zayate.• I was aWolte by
a i:511111 viy t: •on MY emu:Mat/his,
I found I had been bitten:by a7,9entipede. I immediately
applied the Path Riller,'add foiled instant relief. In)ess
than one hoprllltmsgitniaBl°,Pq (VI
Rev. Mr. IlibbhrZ - Writing front leurmah to his father
s g S h b et vc i us Pr arr3 s R a t a ; 3fi l il ler l f ril u A b b
colds, summer complalnti, urns anu or the sting of
Scorpions, I • with uniform ha1X12169.:‘ , We lap/48 ' it
where wh can pat chit. hand'Ou it id thtidark,-if n d e,
The stain on linen; from the use of the ratniil4er, is
°milk rentoved•ty waslihniln!alcohol. •• • •
EWA by druggists, pikers and medicine dealers
To the Be-I'rugged and Poisoned Citizens
. OF PENNgYINA.IIIA...
You are overrun with 'a deluge' f the; Vl' left compoands
in the form of "Alcoholic Drinks" that ever 'emanated
'fronathat pest of society, the LIQUOR MIXTR.-They
to you as a luxury, or theyare dispensedto you
Medicine, and in'either ease the effect is-the same
There is but oue way to escape. and that Is to use, as a
luxury or a medicament, a sate and reliable stimulant,
sold under stomp and seal, which renders it certain that
it has skit been: tampered *Min Sielriui itilibletti I; i
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN,
which is distilled- under , inspection of the British Go ern
ment, in delicately flavored (unlike any other Gin) itb
some of the most valuable restoratives of the Veg tolMe
Kingdom, and is by far the roost ho : ltby poveriage extant.
Tim MOST E/UNINT Wre4ll,l...V.MiTuttoes Ann AKBRICa
noConly TeCOnmemi.jas use by . the hale and hearty, but
prescribe, ll,osc medicine where o stip p lent is,remuired.
TIM iln.rs ass will find it not oulya pleasant Cordial,
but a certain relief in sufferings of a periodical character.
ANALYTICAL CIINJUSTS OF ALL RANKS pronounce it per;
reedy pure, and its restorative mails incomparable, ;
Sold in overland pint bottles by.alll*Guiers, Commas,
du;. For sale in liarr.sburg by D. W. Gaoss .11t Co., No.
EDMUND C,CUAIti.E Geueril Agent,
spi2S.4%loy Deika MOO fli:Rdway.,,Sow,York
&Alm; wig.: of w ,00pink c:ouglt and CODY Isi9ns
bergeritiLtie 11163tVeshoftkisAgoaksitau" 1
VISITORS TO THE COUNTY ,FAIR
Iyi.Ef ItE :TA.IIINIG: A: STICOLL
•V y THROUGH- OUR , TOWN to ..'see Ihe= sights,"
should not rail to call at theIPGPIILAR: INMYYMIGH.
Market street, known atr IitCALLA. , .% JEWELRY BrORE,
whnre they will find eyerything In thalWatekstißJewelry
lino of the best quality, and at astodiskftly-low4rioas.
Gold and, Silver. , Watobes4, Rings, Pins and Bracelets ;
Gold Pent and , PaticilsTbeanUtul.BilwerlWare &c &B.
Hemerober , the 'handsoMe store, SIGN OF 'THE BIG
WATCH, opp.mitiAlm.l6nes House.
4 4 :wirtir 1 6 -
W, erawiatmia,y r ei
"4" - •%77 -- - - 'l7
DAN RICE'S GREAT SHOW,
THELEDUCATED, RHINOCEROS ;
An Elpehant that Walks thelTlght-Ropet
THE FAMOUS rfollsE EXCELSIOR t
THOSE COMIC -SIDLES t
, THE DANCING 110R-lE3. DANIEL WEBITER AND
WHITE SURREY 1,
The Mexican' 'ilusianeEnreka, and the
`1 - • 1 - Trained , Sirrhin 'Obit
• ; -IN ADDMON TO
MONSTER CIRCUS TROOP 2
Will Exhibit , in 'Harrisburg, Friday
September 30th. .
MOST POSITIVELY ]OR ONE DAY ONLY.
too•weltkiaiiini aver, more in America to roquiro any
puffrerto as thii
, OR EAT AiIIERICAN n pkrop IST.
; TRAINED ' RHINOCEROS!
THE 2RI4INED , RHINOCEROS !
4. EXCELSIOR I"
' • EXCELSIOR 1"
TEM DANCING ELEPHANT I
THI iILiANCING ELEPHANT!
THE COMIC! MULES !
I' ' •
TEE,... dOMC MULES::
, •"siVernoon Perfornianeo commences at 2%, and Night
Pertortunne ItAgt‘ittrlic. -`1
Sae- Thi; Ei t hibitiots'il Unlike' an Saar in the World,
and the Largest in ..Asnerica t • •
Admission A 5 Cents. No Reserved Sents. ?
For particulars see Large and cmall.BiUs In the pried.
pal thorongbfares. •
.1 fUOClAkilat COAL 4
NOW IS „THE TIME TO LAY 'IN
- - - - - -
.•••• t ,„ r,icz .
Y OUR • COAL !, • • 4
(NONSUMERS_ a Co a l who Icontfult corn
forhwill always lay in good, C . Offo article . ; and by
caning ettlieedittny residence, No. 11 Market street, or
at mymillco'hiCanal . street, bet Ween Market and Walnut
sweets, opposite the Depot of the Lebanon Valley Rail
road, they can get the very article they want. I have
taken:speaul c ars, in. laying in my stock, to receive no
coal but what is known to be ,I have in store
'lkons Valley anditllkeibarre Coal
or irsizes, viz :—Luap, - STNA*BOST, BROKRN, EGG and
No; which 1 will deliver to any part of the town at As
tow ti Moons as the shine quality of Coal, in the same
conditioni can possibly be procured anywhere else in
town. I have also in store the celebrated GINEIZiE
air Baltimore Company Coal.
.Persons wishing coal by the Car or Bolt load at miss
pricey, can'be accommodated.
I continue to keep on hand IHCKOR V, OAK and PINE
BALTI.IIOI6, Sept. 21
LADIE4 i IMANtIIING BAGS,
CABAS, PORT FOLIOS,
WRITING DESKS AND CASES,
A new and ilba'assortment lust received and fur sale
low for 'cash at
A,LL THE poruLAA NEW ROOKS
11 published can bo obtained at
BERGNER'S CHEAP 111111111KSTORE,
51 Market street.
lATER 'I3OENT) 'NOVELS, ALL THE
ifalazine4 Wieldy:NO.3re, Ste., are for wile of
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,.
61 Market street.;
]EVERYTHING THE - BOOS AND
"Stationery Rao can be obtained at the lowest prices
at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market street.
HENRY....... ..: , . ~ .. .
~.... ",SERMONB * -
PII BL,ligglUoi AirkE Bg.iair I N
tp till, t n
.1.) 1 I
'., - -i c' • Cti' .:, 1 ii!id'i *
TN addition. tosthe interesting matter eon-
twined in everrsuccessive number of The Indfizencl
eat, the llibilaher is happy to announce that the SlUnttY
Wanted Sermons of - Div. Basnv MAR& MUM= Win & -
pear exclasiVely in its` colamns, every week. They - are
the only reports given to thipress - which reeeive revis
ion from the' A.uthor , s own . hand: Among other special"
connibutors are the folloWiptwell-known writers :
. . ..
Mrs. HARR IET BEECHER STO WE, •
Rev.:. GEO. • B. CHEEVER , and
- - '
i JOHN G. WHITTIER. 1 1
,_ , ; 5 , •
- I Dollars a y4r, r ayable , ln advance. • . '
JOSEPH H. RICHARDS,
i , i No. 5 Beekman Strews, New York
'r. EOk - SALE 'Bi ALL NEWS' AGENTS.
MU I SIAAL ANq'ALVOT.T.ONS.
ESTReo. °Oft giveiiinitiuctione on
the Plane frorte, Melodeon Violin and Violoncello.
Terms 'moderate. lleddence Third street between Mar
ket and Qbp.sp sep2O dim
WITH A REAL COLLECTION
THE GREAT ORIGINAL ASIERICAN4II4HUMORIs
JTIEE- RHINO C EROS
0 191i1 positively perform in tho Ring I
IN AUDITION TO
`THE BEST CIRCUS
THE BEST CIRCUS
• • WILL ALSO Llama, AT
CARLISLE, tketurday, October Ist.
eP2I- r e i k . i t A NA(
coal wh.v . anted,t2 be.what it Is sold for.
Fere2o.l2lll - • GEO. P. ITIESTLING
BERGNP.R'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market street.
Drowl9 and lop 14 than.
TONGUES, DRIED BEEF,
:UGAR CURED EXTRA HAMS, .. .
• PLAIN HAMS at 12% per pound.
For sale by WM. DOCK, J.
PEA NUTS ID-50 bushels just received
and for sale by WM. DOCK, JR.
NORTIIRIN CEIstTRAL' RAILWAY:
AG R OAT L MU . R L
IS T. A.."/"M W . A. It,
• AT PHILAIIELPHIA
.SEPTEMBER 28th, 29th and! 30th.
EXCIIRSION .TICKETS,.AT REDUCKS
RATES will'be tuned Irons ALI, 'STATIONS on thi
"Yoram= antral Railwayi from . - September 25th to 29th
inclusive, to Philadelphia.
Tickets good tor return trip on ail Regular Trains ; until
October 2dm Thil A -
sae- EXCURSION TICKETS cannot bg procurtMln the
sepl9 We( g.pgineer,ao.ooll,
ANT AND 'BILLD ROOM
WILE; In Car,WA ombsite .the - popit. It is
g a noswos. or $l - 00 per styllek. Addrws
4 A0g911804 +Tr, AR'F„ ,7 Osthate, Pa i
ISN'T IT SO!
That the very best
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
are sold at
KELIER'S DRUG STORE,
91 Market Street.
And that the finest assortment of
FANCY AND TOILED ARTICLES
is to be foun(lat
KELLER'S, MARKET STREET,
one door below Fourth.
vog. .RENT.-9 good two-story BRICK
j: THOUS*, corner Third street and Cherry alley.--
Possession given Immediate to
JACOB SR Trustee= of Ger.
R. A. H Church.
sepl94llw* or to D. W' Trott- urer.
said Act of Assembly. on the first Monday of
September, A. D., 1859, and on the same day
annually thereafter, to report and certify to the
Governor, the amount received under the said
act, the amount .of interest paid, and the
amount of the debt of the Commonwealth • re
deemed and held by them. Whereupon the
Governor shall direct the certificates represent.
,ing the same, to be cancelled, and, on such can
cellation, issue his Proclamation stating the
fact, and the extinguishment:and final discheri+
,of so much of the principal of said debt.
And Whereas, by the Ninety-eighth Section
of the Act of the General Assembly, passed
the 19th day of April, A. entitled
"An Act to provide for the ordinary expenses
of Government," it is provided, ,that,
after the receipts to the Sinking lound to the
•amount that may be necessary to cancel the
relief issues now in elm:dation i
under , the Pro..
visions of the:Act) of the :4th day,of May, A.
D., 1841, and the reissue under the Act of the
10th day ,of April, A. D., 1849, shall be applied
toward the cancellation of said issues:
And Where Willie Hiester,
, Jr., at
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three.
Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the
State at Harrisburg, this nineteenth day of
September, one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-nine and of the Commonwealth the
BY THE GOVERNOR :
WM. M. Hamm,
Secretary of the ammonwealth
THE VERY BEST TIME
FOR planting strawberries fa 'just here.
The late heavy rains ha've soaked the ground, and
it is yet early enough to secure a fair crop of this de-
Benue fruit next season.
The only place near Harrisburg where reliable plants
can be obtsaned in any great qiantity, is the Keystone
Nursery. isepl94ltfj H. A. ,HIBH.
DU PONT'S POWDERS.
GIIN POWDER, Superfine Sporting,
Blasting and all other kinds. A full supply Just re
°taw dat their Magazine, two miles below town, on the
Middletown turnpike, fur sale at manufacturer's prices.
Orders left at Warehouse will be promptly Oiled, by
JAMIE M. WHEELER, Agent
for Messrs. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.,
As' The Powder in all cases will be delivered to Canal
Boat, Railroad, or in any part of the city, free of charge
for delivery. No exertion will be spared to give satisfacl
lion in every respect.
JAMBS M. WHEELFX,II ;`,
near the Penn's. Central Railroad
SCHUYLKILL AND DAUPHIN IMPROVE.
RENT AND RAILROAD COMPANY.
A- - •
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
above Company will be held on Walnesday, 28111
of September, at 3 o'cloch,P. N. , at the store of Edward
K. Tryon, No. 22ONOrth Second street, Philalelphia, to
elect a Board of Managers and for the transaction of other
business that may be submitted.
• By order of the President,
Philadelphia; Sept: 1 6 , 11169,;—5ep9-Iltd*
. . .
' Tam SLIMY Ilknarrsts, earliest good free stone.
Tam 4sx7sra, largest and best yellow free. .
, tail: very large, v ..., :. ' , white and rell.l
Typiy 011'4 t he above v , - . he Keystone
brorserf Heriisb , .
...... . , •.. dozen ;
$l6 per lindrOd. ~, z , - • Tr' ' . -- ,• . . 1 s ' •
..,;„:,,• - •': • $ • :- ,-- •i;. :.: '
. ~. • .., -• , •
SCOTCH AND INDIA ALE IN
STONE AND GLASS.
YOUNGER'S SPARKLING, (I:rind:11r ;
YOUNGYR'S " (Abbey 131 I
MUIR & SON'S SPARKLING.
ALL 'OPP'S INDIA PALE.
R. DISHER & CO., (strong.)
HIBbERT'.3 LONDON PORTER.
FINZI & WILLIAM'S STOUT.
DUCKWORTH C. CO'S STOUT.
BARKLEY'S LONDON PORTER.
For sale at the lowest market rato,4 .
WM. DOCK, In.
opposite the Court House:
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILW
t DAUPHIN ,COUNTY
Ak..t ME a, zo 03 1:6 lel. rg,
SEPTEMBER 21st, 22d and 23d, 1‘,59,
laplL BE ISSUED FORM A LI. 1 ; 1.
TIO S ou the Northorn Central ILO Di,) 1„ A
MIDI= GOOD from Frmtember 20th to '.41.1.111.
Atir• &mire ffekefr before faking seats in the
A R. IN
t.'eptember li, 1859.--lif Chief L. •
University of Maryland
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE.
Tiffs FIFTY-SECO"; D SESl_ 4 loti wlll I
1. gin on MONDAY, OCTODIER 17, I‘l9
eon 'March Ist, 18130.,
FACULFI - :
N. R. 9UITH. M. D. Principle; and Prance of
W. E. a. AIKEN, M.IP. Cheinkatry and l'harniac!,
SAIIIIEL CHEW If. D. PiincfpleB and Pracncer.f
.11X;RPII ROBY IL D., Anatomy - anti Phy: - ..t0t.,, )
D. W. lIILTESIIKRGER, M. D., Obstericka.
CFIARLES FRICK, N. D., Mater.* lied ie.; an. I The r
R. It. SIIITII, M D Demonstrator of anat.alt)
CLINICAL INSTRCGTION it giv,sn at the (Li
Infirmary, situated hear the University, an ,
atatriculaten of the School throughout the ye .r
/BSS Air the full course s9u . llatrt•ul
Graduation, NO • Praelleal'Aratoinv, 310
*Prof. N. It. SALM at Arristant ikeltirer
will supply any detletenoim In the Analonn,
consequent upon the ill health of Prof. Nob: .
OFXIRON W. itiLTENREPI;i:i.
LEBANqN VALLEY BRANCH
PHILADELPHIA .&READING RAIL ROAD
AN EXTRA EXCURSION PAS.SB' 1; Er
TRAIN will leave LEBANON at 9 A. 11., oa
Wednesday, Thursday £ Friday, the 2.lit.
:12d and 23d inst.,
FOR THE DAUPHIN COUNTY
es in view. The Students, are fr
quentliaail carefully examined, legal questions are 4,
cussed and exercises in writing from part of the ener. , ..
By the rules of the worts, the time occupied here.. ,
treated as equivalent, for most purposes to office ste.!
in entitled to admission' to the bag, and when admite.l
the court below, a graduate of this lashlotion can prnn.
at once in the Supreme Court.
The introductory lecture will be delivered on FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 80th. at 8 o'clock P. M. at the usual leche r
room, by the Hon. George Shorewood. sepihrhe
WM. F. PACKER
SEPTEMBER 21st, 224 and 23d, 1859,
EXCUIISION TICKETS will be issued t•
Harrisburg from Phliadelphla, Lewistown and
Intermediate. Stations on the Pennsylvania
September 20th to 2sd, inclusive, good for return if ,1
allvegular trains to and from their usual stopping
until September 24th, inclusive.
Secure tickets before taking seats in the ray. C..
duelers will not bo authorized to sell Eigursif.n Tx, •
from points where the Company bas an Agent.
Miklos intended for Exhibition—Live Steck an
will bo carried to Harrisburg from the
above, at regular Toll Sheet rates, and upon the
or shipper, signing a release agreejng that the
vaniallailroad Company shall not beheld respen
any loss, or damage, which may be sustained alt:
portatlon, or while In the cars, or at the devai
Company, the articles exhibited will be returned
place of shipment, FREE OF CHARGE, of rur i•
presentation of the Company's receipt, show iii, ti,:11 ..
Sheet rates bad been paid for the transportau:a ,
articles to the Fair, and that a release as at,,"
had been given. ' THOMAS A. SCOTT,
seps-dtd General Superinimd,/
AGRICULTURAL STATE FAIR
zath, 20th, and 30th lOt'
WILL BE ISSUED FROM ALL ,Sl.l
TIONS ON THE PENNSYLVANIA ILA I iAI
September 25th to 29th, inclusive, to Nola& 111,1
for return trip on all regular trains to sod I
usual stopping places, unUl October Ist, inclu ire•
SECURE TICKETS BEFORE TAKING :,Ekl
IN THE CARS.
Conductors will not be authorized to Eell Es,iar
Tickets from points where the Company ha;
NOTICE TO SHIPPEItS.
'Articles Intended for exhibition—Live Stoic kJ --
will be carried to Philadelphia at regular toll slu ct ...I'
and upon the owner, or shipper, signing a release
log that the Pennsylvimililtallroad Company I.
held responsible for any kiss, or damage, whirL t , Y
sustained in transportation, or while in the car, LT At t!
depots of said company, the articles exhibit , t
returned to'the place of shipment, FREE 6 F (11 - 1/ ''"
(if unaold„ . ) tin presentation. of the COmpauy's
sgv:iig that Toll Sheet rates had been paid for the ti
on of said articles to the Fair, and that a
ad alio*e stated had been given. In case th ,
placed on exhibition shall not have been sold dant.:
Fair, the charges paid for transportation will he ret'''
ution'the owner producing a certificate lo that fti
the President of the Agricultural Society, whl. h r , :
'sate shed! be endorsed bY the Agents of ail , o' llll
upon the return of articles to their respective stat , !. -
- THOMAS A. SCOTT, Seal Sm.
A qtafigteaSipi.-lat,, 181)900312dt(
BELLFEG CHEAP TO REDUCE STOCK
PLAIN ? MOURNING AND FANCY FAN,;,
Thernana, VORTMIiONNAIRS AND W.A1.1.}1-
HAIRBRUSHES, SOAPS, POMADES,
V4I4IA,ILA:BANS fine article, CIO:A
• 91 Market streeg
TO BY HELD
LTITRAL FAIR Al
:Harilitrurg:to Lebanon ht b I' xi
Iltets to Harrisburg and back
sitl.ho following reduced Fares
.JAN SI 00 the Trip
,ELSTO N N..„ 0.40
ill be good during the three days state
used of the Station Agents only.
charjed ff ?pia in the Cix".
Extra Train will stop Itir ' iissenger,
and Parrozr TURNOUTS, and at “RCTII6L
* GI. A. NTCOLLS, Gang Suu 'L
ptember Itl , 1859.-dtt
TY OF PENNSYLVANIA
DELP HIA, PA.
IF THIS INSTITUTION will
on the 4 2d of OCTOBER next. The 1. , 1
).toote of the lectures.
neer:Miller, Equity jurisprudence
lade to render this institution ettlepq •
TO BE HELD
NOTION TO SHIPPERS
TO DII HELD AT