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ednestlay Afternoon, September 21, 1859
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a 7 o'clock
ALL TOE LATE WERICLY PAPERS, Magazines and
popular publications are for sale at Besom's
cheap Bookstore, 61 Market street.
Moon Vassoa.--A regular stated meeting of
the Mount Vernon Hook and Ladder Company
will be bold at their hall this (Wednesday) eve
ning at 7 o'clock. Punctual attendance is re
quested, as business of importance will be
THE RVJLVAL 118 STING iu the Vine Street
Methodist chapel continues in successful pin
gross. The nightly meetings are well attended,
and from the interest manifested there id a
probability that much good will be accom
plished "in the name of the Lord."
SEMONADLE ADVICE GEATIB.—The seriSoll for
putting up stoves has arrived, 'old care should
be taken to see that the stove pipes are properly
secured and the 111103 and chimneys proof
against fire. A little care in this respect way
prevent serious loss.
ANOTHER PARDON.-A fellow unwed Hacker,
convicted of manslaughter, in the Cuurt of Blair
county, some three years ago, and sentenced to
the penitentiary fur ten and a half years, has
been pardoned by the Clovernor.
Tug FAVOILITY BRAND. -- There is an abundance
of miserable trash in the market sold under the
denomination of " brandy." Those who are
up to the "tricks of the trade" and who want
the genuine article, always use the " Pure Ohio
Calolaba• Brandy," Ittlld by ?dr. C. Arßanvert.
There is po bekto otgurer brandy made, and
the Cawtaba is an article that improves upon
Rlllll/1Y FOll Cow 1N ma 13rAD.—The follow
ing may be' Worth trying : —"Tie a handkerchief
over the head at night on going to bed, taking
owe to covet the Airs, and an incipient cold
will be gone In the mosniug. The '
tome of a cold should never be neglf
simplest remedies have effect then,
useless efterwards. If a cold has
headway, irsiokl hlrtinida for twenty
an will disappear."
Tiiiihniersags.- 4 We do not objes
business display bs.onr mcrehar
principal tkoranghfskies are emu'
great an extent with empty dry
contrary ea tics-holongili ordinances.
that sfti,r 1 1 IsB kreasoneble
to indicate anerrivul of new goods,
be removed. 'troy are not so di
male pedestrians free from the blir
of lager, but they are decidedly in
free spread of crinoline.
Au You Aseesean.—Our politics;
the various wards should see to it ht time that
their Raman are duly registered on the assesfi
meiit, list at least ten days before the election.
This lean important duty which no member
of the .People's party ought to neglect. To
one and all we say, aftdad to if at once. Let not
a single vote be lost in consequence of neglect
or inactivity. Go to the Assessor, and if your
nate° it not on the Bet, have it recorded immo
diately, and sett that your neighbors do like
,a Camen.:—A few n ecks 1401
'had all item under the above
a. /um/ application. It had
tiled, without credit, by a
papers, and this morning
in the columns of our dalW
foci complimented by the
I items, and so far froni
' Tuit Pop
finding fault with our brethren of the "quill
and shears," corntnend them for the good taste
displayed In th eir efforts to get up readable
MAW* PRBPARAIIOIIB.—The WeettPhilariell
phis Engine Companrare making preparstiops
to leave the city on the 80th of October next
for their visit to Lencaater, Harrisburg ar
Reading. They intend to remain four days
one in Lancaster, two in Harrisburg and ouc
Reading. They will participate in the firm:net
parade here on Monday, November let, and \
be the guested the RtlerldshiP Com Pa r, Y •
P plus will bating sixty cquipp
leen, sp.b e sex;oppapiell by Be c k 'a
brated 'key their suet'
engine . At iheickie t t meeting th.
elected Captain Philip Lowry, Jr., Chia 11;.r
ahl, and John Sturghtt, Jr., and 1 heodore Sage,
THY CITIZEN FIRE COMPANY will meet tide
evening to complete their arrangements for
sending the "Button" engine to Philadelphia
to compete for the prise offered by the State
Agricultural Society. We confidently expect to
see the committee return "with brows bound
with victorious wreaths." The "Button" ow' t
be taken down by any hand engine in Phila•
delphla or elsewhere.
Since writing the above we have received the
Philadelphia Ledger, containing the proceedings
of the hand engine eddvention held in that city
last night, at which arrangement was made
evidently with the defile of ruling out the Cit
izen company of ow town, and preventing them
from cotupeting for the prise. Under the ar
rangement made the "Button," if entered,'will
be confined to a one inch upside, and compelled
to throw about thirty feet farther t hanltny other
competing engine. Thie is very unfair, •arid
looks a little cowardly, on the part of the city
firemen, if we properly understand the pre•
gramme laid down by the convention. The
Citizen delegate will return home this after
noon, and report to the meeting to be held this
evening, when the whole matter will be fully
discussed end acted upon.
,*Rev. DR. SEIB9, of Philadelphia, will preach
this evening in the English Lutheran church,
before the Synod of East Pennsylvania.
ANOTHSE LUTHBRAIi STNOD.—The West, Phil
adelpbia Synod of the Lutheran Church will
hold its next session in Hanover, to commence
on Friday next and continue several days
KEEP IT BIirPOEI THE PEOPLE, that the place to
get handsome, well-made and neat fitting boots
and shoes, is at the store of Mr. Lours YENS;
hi Market street below Fourth. His assortment
cinnot be surpassed in town, and his prices
are such as to suit the times.
Mess CAROUNg Ricuistas, the charming vo
calist, whose sweet strains delighted our music
loving citizens on a former occasion, announces
her intention to warble again in Brant's Hall
on Saturday evening, October Ist: . Of course
she will be , greeted with a full house and an
stocked, and pleasant weather alone is wanting
to give success to the exhibition. .
BAND SEcutien.--The members of the Hope
Fire Company, we are infoimed, have secured
the services of the York Silver Cornet Band to
play for them on the occasion of the first of
November parade. This baud, and our own
"State Capital," have the reputation of being
the best in the interior of the State, and the
Philadelphia Bands engaged for the same oc
casion will have to "put in their best licks," or
lose their laurels.... ,
Tint Hoes 'ktiii • Couraer of Philadelphia,
whose "steam squirt" took the prize at the
Nacional Fair at Chicago, will pass through here
ou Fridiy en route for home. The ' , Hope
boys" were warmly received and handsoniely.
entertained at Pittsbqrg, and we notice that.
the American• Fire Company of Lancaster are
making arrangements to give them a fitting
-4 1 6 1 -.
anal tZ i rli heavily to the•pavement
I N 44. 4 " tangle-foot" roktained no se;
lionspermiiittlitinap, but the affair caused
conOtieralle untasennint for a crowd of fundov
ingijiikneuil..i, who weis pla)ing in the
'filmy VS' Ae,. u 1 '-:everal cases of petty tidal
.viug 141111.4x -cur retl in town lately, and inmost
lubtancas' the l'aseals have escaped deteetihni
One chap who evidently has a weakness for
good filings in the eating line, operated sues
,gleeful n' market this morning, securing a
ha I.filled with meat and vegetables.
~ corn whom it was stolen took the
. abair qu . ' philosophically, remarking that: If
' fticili 4 O , '''' t raireal would return the basket, be
was w met° the contents.
S ' EXAIIsATION.-01 , 10g to , the stoner
on 1 turday , the examination, of teaatere
:in; derrylTinship was ,postponed. . The
ConntrApperintgndent, *lr. Ingram, intrtiiiii
us‘ths,i 2 lo will hold a special examination foe
I thatAilim, la Mord's school honk; in said
I.torsaalo, on Saturday the lbth of October..--•
41 2 414 . - fillkbg WareltulhOlPf
- " iwthat way
ire and good
,Lid` cumu l i
' often_ ver
1 ested . iiiiite I
. . .
"pure eider vinegar," manufacturell by 110,14 .
Kimbell and !dyers, North street, near TitiKi,
which we found to be superior to any we have
tried this season. It Is of good quality, excel
lent flavor, and free from drugs, or anything
injurious to the stomach or system at large.
The same article has been tested end strangey
endorsed by four of our prominent physlciani,
which is a su ffi cient recommendation., ,Ho '
keepers will fi nd it to be the purest and chest ; t
article in market. _
SERVICES LOT EVENIIIO.—The Lutheran church
was well filled last evening, notwithstandqg
the inclemency of the weather. The Rev. Dt.
Greenawald, from Easton, delivered a -thoitt
powerful sermon, and the following students
were duly licensed aaMinisters of the Gospel of*
the Lutheran Church, who, wu understand,
passed a most creditable examination, vii
Messra. S. A. Bob,man A: R. Horne, J. *
Dlmm, Jacob Fridaio, F. C. H. Lampe, C. L
Keedy, Michaid. Wolf and Charles Eitinehowar.
The following members were duly ordainedi
Messrs. E. Thiber, D. 8, Truchenmiller, L.
Aughey, H. R. Fleck, Studebsoker and W.
L. Heisler. ' • - • ; i
After the conclusion of the 'regular g
' service, the congregatiOix was dierobeext,
the Lehmap,Wpfercare,. of , the 'Elrod bell
cosleek* WA • tete hoar.
ennspltrania Watlp telegraph, WilltsbfaV 'afternoon, September 21, 1859.
.y, and it
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN . SYNOD.
A meeting of We clerktiqUembers of the
Synod was held at 2 P. M.; when the business
connected with theacensute and ordination of
applicants for adolisslon 10 - the Gospel Ministry
was attended to, and it was p.solved,
1. To ordain this evening the licentiates
Revs. R. Huber, D. S. Truckenmiyer, L.
Augiey, h. R. Ujititiletackell and'
2. To giant lkerise 6 preach he gospel
and kidoiinister the sacrament, to Veil%
Holtian,i A. R. ilortie, }1 1:11wRil Jiro*
Friday, F. C. M. Lampe, C. L. Keedy, Midhael
Wolf and Charles Stinehower:
At 3 p. M. the l usual Synodical business was
Several reports were presented , concerning
the transactions of the various district confer
ences into which, the Synod is divided,-exhibit;
ing the commendable zeal and diligence of
these brethren; in, the great work In which they
• Rev. C. A: Enswaar, from the Cotnmittee on
the Erninans Orpheus' House, reported as fol
The committee on the Emmaus Orphan House
have endegtrored dii4haro the duty disigned
them, and that success has thus far attended
their efforts to secure the interests of , the
Lutheran church in this institute.
Yont coinmittee,lM itipapniegon wittr S. 8.
Sehmucker, D. D., a inemher'6l the committee
appointed by, thg §ynod of , )Vest Pentut.,met in
conference with the Principe), Tutor and Trus
tees of the,' `,,Entpakia, Orphan Hpuse" on the
81st of becetitbei,lB6B, et" the Lutheran par
sonage„at.illiddletoviu, 'a. At this meeting
there was a mutual anefree interchange of
opinion in,reference to .the present condition
and future prospect of the Orphan House.
The joint committeenrged nisi& tba Trustees
the importance of immediately endeavoring to
establish the Orphan Acme& upon , i r he principles
laid down by Geo. Fry in his last will. This
conferenc4Lwy,ktme,retteon, belleye n has had
a happy effect. Efforts were soon made and
plane adßßlPd.lY,ltick the irsititntion was to
commence operations on' the first of April,lBs9,
1 on a more enlarged scab.
Rev. Mr. Valentine 'having resigned the Pq-.
torship of the institution on the y brat of March,
the Chairman of your committee iraffeleeted to
that,posittou t te enter. upon its dutie,s on the
Since the first of April there have been re•
ceived bile the Orphan liduse eight poor orphan
children. The number will still be increased
as the increase of the estate will ;justify.. • :
At the last session of the Court of Dauphin
county, John Croll, Esq., was ,appointed a
Trustee for eight years, to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by the expiretiou of„Mr.,A. Fisher's
term. We now haVe one Listiseran tithe Board
As an aripthritmifnt will be merle every two
years, and as it is exceedingly d esirable that
the intereelle-of,ddielsiberan Athurch in tbie
institution should not be neglected, we would
reconitaend the . ' appointment of a standing
committee, to be termed the "Committee on
Emmaus' Orphan House." _ Anillorthe_ ,r _we
would recommend that tile-ciirdieiti,Vbe au•
tborized to adopt such measures as may seem
to them consisteribte43oollrBthelinterestoof the
'church in that institution.
Further, we, .•• • Ore
such expression to its viewd'in:feterence to the
disbursement of klemsistaks#44 urge ko t i . they
be confined to tfite — h"ei•es'ae - TiTmprovebstilleel94
the estate and the maintenanee.end eihc
of pdoi'oiphitri'dh'itareis? • ' ' •
C. de BEEM:IASI',
'CHARLES A. HAY.
This report was nhanlisitmelylltdciptials - 1 •
On the pr i tiort 4 cilkev, 4 AI e pI,TINE the
following's esoluthinf wife ullanimouslY
adopted ; , , , ,
J. That we •have heard with pleasure t
statements riuultiAltriokii: 43 944l l 4lect
to the " Emmaus Orphan House," and rejoi
in theseeePPragkng ProilFAlsPec9F9. that _ rgpidt
2. That a standing, committ ,four
appointed lO be 'styled "the - CoMnintee:ozi th. ,
Emmaus Orp han House" whose 407 '
be to leek lifter' the interest/! and rights '
Luthersux,eiturch to that institution.; •
3. That we as a Synod, most urgently, re
quest the "members of the institution"atyfed
the "Emmaus Orphan House" to expend none
of the fuli'dilif 'the estate exeriptilbr such end*
as are directly contemplated by the will of
PlotßPti!lt.ol.444) the toy
4. ain iue sense o 'thus se ss
operaicso of the institution in. as supporting
educating br‘liiitas; according 'to , n ir e
leiratiki I 19.rp:Pgii only PecK* l l; 1 44 m
noble monument to his memory.,
Coininittss apprintel in aokr i aance with
ieottha teitathed4 l *afi-IM: , CJ. V& iF
.Dr.IC.I at. May, and Messrs. Oeo. liadfong*
M. IL Allemau, Jr.
After the presentation of the remairdorpor%
acillallie6oliiMAllJ't WA & Ifikeirlitell ' APTEINOON.--yfill leave the Depotat 100
my? i t troan t and Molars. f Way and Croll I? 1,30- -2.00 2 . 30,3.00 , 8 80 ' 4.00. , 430 5.00
a/Totaled' a comma ' le pare a report -p, if, • - •
PinnefOli`Pe 4 seinovi' the gPhOd with lefeancie_ _ Returning, will loive• the Crossing at 1.15,
to the recent A ff ord to set PA , delianed the -del a 1.45, 2.15, 2.45,.8.15, 3.45, 4.15, 4.45, 5.15 P. M.
oft .. te,olllloEl3ollWkiinba r .idtrApOelP , Tickets for the round trip 10 CENTS.
th`o ; ;It". Y dblif.fadaf Of the 1511 r irlikr *. Passengers
, •,., 44 are particularly requested to pur
,. .i Thriveonstimakianlortahe Pseillinst's-aitiFf chase their Tickets . ay the DepOt before getting
m rn 04yoltopoiiigt
!,; ~- into the owe.
. Passengers having no Tickets will be charged
l• siberifilliniker. tintoliitiblt;'idbitte; .- in thecars 14 eENTS.for the Round Trip, or 7
ispdhelywhysa stp inede t , exhibit the ~. , C'ENTS for the'Singla l Trip. •
regard in which *fa iles. l 4 p. : Crinimilkh Passengers wIll:bc, requited to show their
was held by thigbedy. Tickets before getting Into the cars.
Thit oommitlide to prepare restantioes'cin the ~ . ' A.. L. ROUMFORT,
deathof,Brother‘J. S. Cittomspqg . !pug Or. ' Supt. Rest. Div. Pa. Railroad.
the following': :-. , , ~ , •:----I_, na.----
Wassi4 Oct iteivenly . kathei, in ' iiti i i d- nut New Jewett( SINAGOGUP. on Front street,
scrntabloßrovidants*, has resioved ournisklyed recently noticed in the Tift.sosees, will be ded
-149. JohnlL elmobaugh by dhatiti there hated ink Wedieralayiof• next week, at which
1. Ji'es4Ved, Thatity'hilet we es aSyniid mietm time the Jewish New Year. commences. The
the early departure of one who had midosied - r 1 . •.. i n t eres t .
, @emu/ on 8 uunquy oue or grea t to th e
ktoyey to . the hearts of ell, by hie ttreons - -
iv Jewish po on our community, who reli
paitlon and Clirlstiiin'depOrtmetit,
)fielett, cheerfully submit 40.. thy pill of ~ glonsly observe this and other festivals. The
who "doeth all things wall.' , , !, . new Synagogue - has been fitted up in a style
''- 2. ResoleaknPhat , not only the SynOcinil it
is%ll whin speltka hell for - the and
which he was c i ounected,but the whole c, *
Vas' iftitalnell* glint 1614 in' the 'fielith'
.. eof those !ot•fin 3 nte • .
Whew elliienier /14 4 410CatielPf , PetticelEPAAf°' ,
,o leuma iinw Coax
Mitred, as patter, Preacher and Warner. as call ;IA; .0 ..' I .:. ~,,i f. "gri 4 F., ,
eenitri4 friend , gave d e a be e iglas r t i esterie be. exedum. counterfeit on e Dank of Commerce,
neve that his already extensive infirm° sae - Philadelphia, hi , in circulation. A better coun
bnt the beginning of a career of exteniiie `4B ° - teifeitlivrarelyineen. Thesplate is excellently .
fullerLa, v 4 , : tui 4 iii . d . e l epii .i si ; gd l . p1i ... 6 ,, ir. . ei
,i, i h keg - r i ven .% printed on . good paper, and, except
.thehdreaved firstly, endear - wend the& to e that it is paler than the genuine, la a perfect
care pi theeitbe fatherless and wAduwe fee simile., . ...* I. I .- I . • .. _ ,
4. Roams' if; Itaethi Sedietitry 'be rettbdited---..m.-,-..
_ . .
to forwatdsoppyßptlettglsolutions,..te ' 'Mitt Ar ria, Tess to lay in supplies; of coal
e ,,iii.,l ' ••r g9r* trf#4 l ,Wifiel oia.Aol/44, 4. .! purchase to
.; k -A-r , : ,-; C...195in.#10, r rica ,,, t t .: . bid, advigutippis at the yard•of , Pitt4 Cleo.
-:. : ,1 D .it . , , tsi t111 . “.:5& 4,SWF -,. -=-' R. Wiestling, whose' card will belonzid in , an .,
M. VALINT . T,' T 1 Ay. - iihi t i s i t imilk,' r . ?:.1 - - , I i
4,i - i.iL i 1.1i,,-..,;,1ix)- ; . ~
After a half hour spent in devotional exercises,
the transactions of the usual business of the
The orders of the day being the considera
tion of the President's report, the same was
taken up, item by item.
In reference to that part of it relating to the
want of ministers in the church, it was resolved
that a committee be appointed to prepare a
tract upon this subject, aiming to arouse our
churches to earnest efforts to induce more
yOung wen to devote themselves to the gospel
ministry ; and that the Lutheran Board of Pub
lication be requested to publish and circulate it.
The committee consists of Rev. Dr. Hay,
Rev. L. E. Albert, and Rev. Dr. Seim
The committee appointed to prepare a minute,
expressing the sense of our Synod in regard to
the recent efforts to have Sunday laws of our
Statirepealed, reported the following
TUIISDAY, Sept. 20
Me Committee, to whom wore referred the
resolutious in reference to the sanctification of
the Christian Sabbath, have had the same un
der consideration and beg leave to report the
Wearies, In certa:n quarters systenuntic and .
strenuous efforts are tieing•made to promulgate
wripturalanderrommureviews concerning the
Vilitlatiair SWAIM cir tord's Day, and to were
frodi the Legislature the repeal of those laws,
by which, its properwintification and observance
are protected ;
' AND Witiurne it is eminently becoming and
proper,that Synods and` Conferences give an ex
pression of opinion on this subject ;
Aim Warms, The Synod of East Pecinsyl
- vaniCaccorditig to the teaching of the Lutheran
Church ever recognized the Christian Sabbath
or Lord's Day, as a Divine institution, of per
petual and universal moral ot.ligation, whose
proper observance and sanctification is as bind
ing open the hearts and conacikriiislif man
kind as are any of the other commandments
contained in she Decalogue.
Rhaved, That we regard it as a high testi
mony to the wisdom, the virtue, and the piety
of our revered forefathers, that they enacted
laws rendering the desecration of the Sabbath
a penal offence, and securing to Christians of
all' denominations its peaceable and unmolested
enjoyment, and that to the repeal of these laws,
as a whole or impart, this Synod is strenuously
and unalterably Opposed. •Such repeal we would
regard as a mere entering wedge for efforts, on
the part, of the enemies of ahristianity, to
abolish the Sabbath altogether, and with it all
our existing religious institutions.
/4/Wobied, That the officers of this Synod be
requested, in case circumstances shall seem to
require it, to prepare a memorial to the next
Senate and House of Representatives, protest
ing against the repeal of the Sabbath laws,
either as they apply to city or country, which
remonstrances shall be circulated- among all
our congregations for signature, and then trans..
mitted.to our State Legislature.
Resolved, That whilst we view with deep re
gret tie attempt made in some quarters to in
troduce the Sabbath question as au issue in the
political arena, we yet seriously deprecate the
consequences of the repeal of the existing Sab
bath law of the State—and call upon all the
members.of oar congregatioas to take a decided
stand In favor of the proper observance of the
Lord's day, and by avoiding all questionable
ee xampl inpleyments
deed and precept inupholding
the sanctity of this holy day, and resisting the
efforts made to break it down.
Resehier4 That the pastors connected with
this . Syned be requested at au .early- , date, to
preach eae or more riiscocirsvi. tp their congre
••A ?Dere consistent
egesehigkeof the 'Sabbath.
' k/thietheee re la<tiees'lt'e'pdbliehed
, not on 4 in our own church papers,
buil:Also in the Harrisburg papers and in as
Ally of the journals of our sister denomina
tioas as shall consent to their publication.
T. T. Trrus,
E. W. HUTTER,
CHARLES A. HAY,
Rev. Dr. Hay gave notice that at the next
meeting of Synod, he would advocate the
iidoption of the following resolution
• Resolved, That our Synodical constitution be
INWairiaded as to authorize all the members of
*nod, lay and. clerical, to participate in all
The Rev. Mr..ALßEßT.offered the following
resolution which- was adopted unanimously,
, , ,
Resolved, That the worthy President be re
`qttetited to return thanks to this congregation
,and the citizens of llairisburg in general for the
truly kind and hospitable manner in which
they have entertained us, as a Synod, during
DAUPHIN POINTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR. —DUI
Ink ttie:c.O. ntina f t' ace of Aiy k I)l4lphiii County
Agrionl a A'49.AN9DR TRAIN will
run between the'Peurniylininta Railroad DepOt
dnrl the , lnsane Asylum crossing, es follows :
Mowsci.—Will, the Depot at 8.30,
9.00, 9.30, 10.00, 10.30,11.00,,11.30 A. M.
''Returning ; will leave .tho Crossing at 8.45,
9,46,-9.45, 10.16,10.45; .
11.15, 11.46 A. M.
Rev E. Hosea will preach in the Second
Presbyterian church (colored) in Walnut street,
this evening at half past seven o'clock.
CEMENT FOR Crinis.—The white of an egg
well beaten NOM quick lime and a small quan
tity of old cheese, forms au . excellent 111107
tote for cement, when wanted in a hurry.
Tns GYMNASIUM.— This is one of the best in
stitutions in Harrisburg, and the wonder is that
more of our young men, engaged in sedentary
oceunaticks, do not patronize It: It ist elf
thoroughly equipped as many of the city Gym
nasiums, and an hour's exercise there daily
would not fall to develop the muscle and give
strength and activity to the entire physical
system. The young men who originated the
institution deserve credit, and we hope soon to
hear of a large increase in the membership.—
Clerks; professional sleek and mechanics; who
are confined during the day, cannot spend their
evenings hours more beueficiallythan byvisithlg
the Gymnasium and indulging freely in health.
power Sumo reliable compound of this character fa
much needed in the community. Road the advertise•
went of DR. Area's Sarsaplrina in our columns, and we
know it needs no encomium from us to give our citizens
confidence in what lie oilers. Organ, Syracuse, VY.
MRS WINSLOW, An expert() ced nurse' and female
physician, has a Soothing Syrup for children teething,
which greatly facilitates the prepesept teetbidg"by soft
ening the gums, reducing all inflammation— will allay all
pain, and is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it,
mothers, it will. gitre rest to irtiorselves r add relief and
health to your infants. Perfectly safe In all cases. Soe
dverUsement in another column. . g 4 dimly
TUB GRIAT ENGLIAIt REMSDY.---Ftif James
Clarke's Celobratod Female Pills, prepared from a.pro
6140011 01 at J OtErliO, PllysleiniEgcabidlititky ,
to tho Quetta.
This well known medicine is no imposition, but a aura
and sada rimed," fOr female Whop hies amiOht4ritetions
from• any CauSo whatever ; lad although a powerful
remedy, they contain nothing hurtful to the constitution.'
TO .I.IIAttRIEU t.ADIRS- r .
it la peculiarly sotto& It will , Idd at 'Wirt indur, 4 britig do
the monthly period with regularity.
UWE FILLS Rare toren BEIMKNOWN TO FAIL SPI O ERE TUT.
0111.6CT10218 ON AMR 2ND PAGE . OP PANIIILYT ARE WELL 08.
For flillilarticult "get hlht t 1 60 tut,
ayssiP agee l
NEW MUSIC STORE.
No. 93 Market Street, Harrtabarg.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY.
1: 2 I -EL Ma - C:0 ,
O. C. B. CARTER.
Wrens and am
continue to give 'untrue
LODEMT, VIOLIN and
BIM. lie will wltt pl
homes al any hour der
his residence, in roue
rIPHB Fall term
School for boys,
August. The room is
nlshed, and iu every
the same building, will •
time. The room has
vacation, to promote tl.
MESDAMES CHEGARAY & D'HERVILLY'S,
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
No. 1809 Logan Square, Vine St., Philada.
MADAME CHEGARAY respectfully in
forms her friends and the public in general, that
independently of her Boarding and Day School:directed
by herself and bor niece, Madame Prevost, in New York,
she intends, in connection with her niece Madame
Dllervilly, opening in Philadelphia, au Institution, on
precisely the same plan as the one above mentioned.
The Principals will answer applications and receive
visitors, on and after the 12th of September, and the
SebOol opep mtAle . M4ll. applo-dim
NO. 51 Market r ' Stile: -
NEXT TO HERR'S HOTEL•
RELIGIOUS AND STANDARD 011)6 e r
A:SAWA:NS ON HAND AYINII*64
AT VERY lOC_
'..IS "L Op A
DR. .M 7 LANE'S
W E beg leave to , call the atren
tionipf the Trade, and more
especially the Physicians of the
country, to' two of the inost popu
lar rernedies' now before. the publ ic_
We refer to
Dr. MB. IPLane's i :Celebrattd
We do„.not recommend - them as
universal cure r alls, but simply for
what thigir parpe purports, vtz.:
For exselling Worms from the
hUritari"§ysitTent ItilidAls , Pbe6n
administeiiid , NOitli • he 14nosti sans-.
factory' results to4ariouS Animals
subject to Worms.
THE LIVER PILLS,
For the cure Of LIVER COMPLAINTS,
al/ BILIOUS DEE.AFO.EMF.NTS, SICT"
HEAD-ACHE, &c. In cases of
FEVRR AND AGUE,
preparatory to or after taking Qui
nine, they almost invariably make
a speedy and permanent cure.
As specifics for the above men
tion?l,ilwases, they are Unrivaled,
and, never known to firil l la4ien‘ ad
ministered in accordance with the
Their unpretedetited, popularity
t"i• FLEMING BROTICE RS,
to disposeiof. Dnugi, business,
hl Which Oey have beef'_ uccess
ld for the- last Twenty
:hey will novi,,give their
time,, atl4, attptiok to
rapture ; '1141,14 being de
the 'Dr. 191 ; Lane's Cele-
Tnifuge. an 2'Liver Pills
ate to•,occiTy the.-high
•y now liotd arnklg - the
dies ,of tkey
e to swie neither. time
1 4 1, p r 4
:thilf the Best
-1 inure most thorough
iddt-ess all -ordep to
ING BROB. ItifidTgb, 1*
tel Physicians ordering from 'others
do well to write their, ordirs
none but Dr. .0174m0,, preponed
tieurgli, At. To those within to give
ill forward per mall, poet pain, to any
1 States, one box of Pills for twelve
stamps, or one %lad of Vermlfuge for
ileums. All orders trout Canada mad
twenty cents extra.,
The great Istandard medicines of
age, have acquired their great popularity only
through years of trial. Unbounded satisfac
tion is rendered by them in all caies;:4nd - the
people have pronounced them worthy.
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Debility of the Nervotui Sytiteni,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered
liver or weaknekPa . #ilia illmeach and digestive
organs, pre sinfedily and permanently cured by
the dERAIARI BITTERS. . . .
The Bakal:nig Cordial has acquired a
reputation surpassing that of any similar pre
paraticia aloof. It will cure, WITHOUT FAIL,
the roost severe and long-standing
Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, 7u
finnan, Ciotti, Pneumonia, Incipient
and lean performed the3mont,,stanisAt;ng fives
ever known of ,
A few doses 011 also al once check and
rune the inost f siveVe: Diarificesi'l}ioceeding
from COLD IN_LTILE 8 091 1 1 '4 9 1
These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M.
No. , MaArchStreet,
Pa., and are sold by druggists and
drillers in..medieines_ everywhere, at, 75 cents
per 4ottle. p i e *nature o
,f C. M. J - A.clpios
to on the outside wrapper of-each bogie.
Ire dre, published annuallylikihe
to : pt;e.A.)?, rnllcrl EVEILYBODY' .
yo,s tria lir.rl testimony and coniiiderhstbry
Arotices front all rails offthe, cmtnfri; rhate
.41marhres ate given away , %ooTir 14106
FOR SALE BY-ALL DRUGGISTS:'' tap4ly
DERSONP desirous of eutertng stock or
articles at Um Dauphin ceontrigripalturaLSzhibi
ter tnemperpVgt milat u lksagtr AT AIL SOBS
t 0 .04 grOtte ElorCi Vag erable
~The. y arlous:.RallroaW. o puri p etarrlsbirg
carry : palibengera at thtfEirehrainif „lad 'attlatei to
thegralritpon nayineotiof rreigitit d artigleo aro
nOtinold snob froightwabs , tett~ npoit. prlsHatition
of the proper certificates. *. ..t.
A train or Cars will hetrun4by thikrataiWylvantaAtail
road during= the from Hailled 4 alreet, Harris
burg, to the Hospital Rawl, near this Park:
By order 'tithe greculbre,Cobnithitee:
i JOHN 331. ahairSH, Secey.
r..:;A1l ate -newspapers in the county *lll please w.
ertranal&Rxhibition.. IS. ..saeps-dtd