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11.9.1eRTSBITRO PA TUESDAY -
AY - rERN'OON, SEPTEMBER 27, • 1869. -
per il s sfruebrUThe‘ofilce to which they are directed, they are VOL. X:
reepenoble until they hove settled th e hllls'arut ordered
hem discontiouhd. NO. 11
pi• WEI MEDIC A L
€ 11 " 1
...min the a.
_anion well know •-•
• lilt. COGGSWELL'S
Price $l. Lt. Chivaic package $2.511 : :
D. d, TAY LOR & CO.,
()tuna! elands, 202 Dock Strad, Philadelphia.
U 4 -Autry. PerhailVed M6 t
LADI EB ,
s pAwricu LA cam
PAQux AND ?LAIN wrinia4lB :LErntit :kr°
Donau. TRICK WRITING AND NOT 4II
VOIITING OS, 'am; de dr ut
or male at Blatonw 2 't
61 Mimi .ft re 4,
MA weddi n g oug, waste to
INPLAMMAITORY 111SEASALV ONLY.
i CogipWilirn New aledleol Salt, Id*
I/ wend of belog a remedy for all an, has but
u.it . niw, 11114 ilei.4llll/16bieb but one thing tin Wit :
lodots tulhoomaL.ry license,Whatelier its
lewni or Wanly, 'Flue It does by equanittig the
weal itlon, then by removing the solo muse of
• hattuanllesst, Neuralgia, Headache,
I i Fitt Colds, Fevers, lullsomied Thro.st, Lungs,
~,a1 I Aver, female ulteasell,Rrysliislits,Drunchills,
I leerily, A•dinut, Dyspepsia Venereal Vises:see,
liout, bcrefiila, Calker and all other forms of ha
Ilnm Halloo are easily subdued by the Now Medi
NeW blarcal malt le 110 &UV'
L Nil hut does just what it Cl4lold to do—uo inure,
uu less—equallaes the circulation by removing
!rout tho system all arterial and vuouus oMtruc
rititudii lave tried the virtues! of
the New Medical all, though but lately dil•
(levered. Witness the tesilinaida6 and certificates
A Lt. who have used It acknowledge
11 a benign frout it. Au Elequaiulaucu of ours
was cured. of a severe ease of Neuralgia In loss
thou a week.—Noriony (Me.) Adorreiser
our Invaluable Medliane Is nobly
folailiug, in my case, all the promises which
you made fur It. A few doses also relieved my
mother of a rush of blood to the bead.
J. P. GILIDIGHAII,
litilantittatury Rheumatism Was my
complaint. The first package did the work
effectually, as not a vestige of Rheumatism 13 iert.
ti R. DUNCAN, New York
IKnow It is good for ithrunnolem,
1 removing it In a few hours. lam new trying
It for Scrofula and have already received heuelli..
S. I.,KeISID, Reading.
1 I'Plrd it for Aneurism of the A bawls
jail Aorta. In teu Jays Ulu 11 VMS gone.
T. W. F117.1M0N: 2 , M D., Phila.
Lira: speak by the 'hook. We have
VY bled IL IL has complete control over lellam.
elution —Jackeenvine ( Va.) 'New Rm.
b run chi Os, Canker, fthetankatisan. aid
I) Neurslg4 have beta curod Icy IE.--AtAttoos
oilyre would - testify, If neceriar y
71 buserlinivs Circulars, with leolimouials may
i, 'Maitland from any Druggist who has this valua
, inc,thilue for Halo.
lite New Medical Salt is for sale in Har-
L rtsburg by J. M. LAU, U. W. , lroso Ilulmith
„ 14, F , A: Hutuih, and by all oitterpriz
,.. oatio(n wherever the "1 ologratili" is rend.
le,uoloN, putout medicine, but the proscription of
a tui tio one should Lull to try Ilia
, NEW ..rys
ihr • •.,. weillmouloto Ala! . I'lllolitnis MOO r
ATEIR'I3 , SAREIAPARILLAL
compound remedy, in which we ha*
labored to produce the most effectual alter:ill LW
made, It 10 a cogicantrated Utak tof Para . •
.Ha, ao. eamabeiwd with other antoianeec of 4111 ' -
native power its to afford an efthcAve antidote rot e
beam Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is believed,
A such a remedy Is wanted by thole who sutler froth
.umous comphonts,snit that one which wilt accomplish
air cure must prove of immense servlce to tills class 6
or afflicted Yellow citizens. How completely this coin
mot will do It has boon proven by experlineut on many
the worst cases to he found of the following com-
ScnosuiA AND BMM/eines COMPLAINTS, Harmon Awn
(upon DISIASKS, ULCsais, Pn erlrl , SLOTC4IIII, Ttifluits,
LT Suites, SCALD HEAD, SYPIMIS AND SYPHILITIC AFFIC•
itinuallUAL DiseAse, Amway, Nn..IIAUIHA oil Tic
inotinaUX, AND Ittoaiberriost, err
ritLAS, Rotile OR ST. ANTIIONVo like, and indeed th
hole complaints arising from IRPawlrr OF till 111.00 D.
This compound will lin lulmd a groat promoter o
talth, when taken in the spring, to expel the Mel his
7rm which feeler 01 the blood at that Hearin of the year
/ the timely expulsion ot them many rankling disorder
re Wooed to the bud. Atilitiludei can, by the aid of
is inedy, spare themselves from the endurance of
il eruptions and ..Isirous sores, through whirl, the
moo Will strive to rid itself of corruptious, If not es.
is do this through the natural channels of the
yby se alterative medicine. Cleanse out Iho Vitiated
Id whim/Byer you lied 1111 Impurities bursting through
elm le pimples, eruptions or sores ; cleanse it When
1111.1 it is obstructed and sluggish hi the veins; cleanse
flieseaer It is foul, and your feelings will tell you
lee. Even where no particular disorder is felt, people
oy better health, and live I onger, for cleansing the
td. Keep the blood healthy, and all is well ; but
a thin pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
log health: Sooner or later something meat go wrong,
the greet maohinfary of tile Is disordered or over
Stirsaparllla has, and deserves much, the reputation
acCouiplishitig these ends. But the wor:d has been
regiiiiisly deeelVed by preparations of It , partly be.
Ise thu drug alone has not all the virtue that Is claimed
It, but more because many preparations, pretending
bo conoeutrated extracts of it, contain but little of the
flue fa' Sarsaparilla, or any thing elan.
bur.ng late years the public nave been misled by large
*nu, fire teudiug to give a quart of axact of Aaron,•
title tor one dollar. Moat* u
thee* have hi* Allude
In thu sick , fur they nut only mutate 111110,1 f any
tsaporilla, but often no emptilye properties whatever
more, Lusr and painful fitsepliolaftnent has' follow
itibe oI the rations extracts of —. 4 erisaparillit which flood
market, mail the name Itself Ii justly despised, an
is bootees synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
e rmii this roustemnd Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply
ich a remedy as shell rescue the name trona the load of
)10 e1tY 11101 rests upon It. And we think we have ground
r believing It has virtues which are Irresistible by the
dinary run of the dim:ltem It is intended to cure. In
der to cumploto eradication from the system, the rem.-
- should be Judiciously taken according to directions oil
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.,
'lce, $1 per Bottle; Blx Bottles for $5.
A.yer's Cherry Pectoral,
9,3 guu Cur itsell ouch a renown for the cure of every
Iraq 01 Throat and Lung Complaint, that it is entirely
tooeuileary fur us to recount tha ovideoce of its virtues,
ierever it has been employed. As It has long been In
natant Use throughout tats section, wo need not do
ire than samara the people its quality is kept up to the
it it ever has bean, and that it may be relied ou to do
• their relief all it LS ever beeu found to do
Aver's Cathartic Pills,
FOR 'IRE CURR OF
teams, Jaundkcc, hakhgestion AttellferYk
Momalt, &WNW, Headache, Paw. ReloalKiliam'
'tom cout skin Mama, Lam' Onaplaist,
baton cad Soli Rheum, ;Yong's . Good_ I Neu ,
pia, and for Purifyallft"
,'hey aro sugar-couted, Bo that the must sanitise can
•e them pleasmilly purp oses y aro the beet ',Mem. in
World for all the of a family phYtts•
Ace lie elm. per Bo:. Five Boxes for 111.00.
Orem numbers 01 t Wman, Physicians, thateithell,
I eminent peraniageg, nave loot thc kr named to certo
usefulness of these remedies, but our space here will
Led Permit the Insertion of Won. Agents below
turelch gratis OME
ur ARICAN ALMANAC In vrhiCh
ty are giveu ;
the treatin Fal wi
etathatibptoio ul t h also l ilosegins d
be Arftir 1741
skplikinis, and w or
hu out be put off by unprincipled dealers with other
?mottoes they make more profit on. Demand:tea,
t take uo others. The sick want the hest aid is
them, and they shou have It.
All our Remedial are fo r sale by C. A. RalsarmisrAer,
tinifF ; H, O. Wunurt, Halifax ;.pr, mum 1111111
heaud all Dr uggLds,and by Da ' Altar - "Mt cou ntr by y
Business (garbs . .
CARPE KVA kl.) B
CORNER WA 4.4IIIIIkVIAPOUNr ,S2RERTS.
JORBING trirn i de (lose at short
nr Ice , iu goorliik^Oirnilbu reasonable terms. 4.
JOHN P. FELDER,
CHKItRY ALLEY, (between Second and
Third streelap) ilarrisburg, having returned from
toy c)ty of PaniViiaarherei he
t a r di v Spleutild
Stock ol Warta ic that, ha
Li now prepatet re =UV AND
411111k o alltilella , aial,U4kill y,+ r.
manlike moues ; t ee, to execute itt its of re.
pairing at trio aluttlita‘leetice. lie therefore solicits a
attire of public patrons*, ~„ april-d6m
DR. J MD FFIT
OPERATIVE AND' MACHANICAL DENIIST I
EF ICE and residence 'No. 19. South
tJ *timid street, one door below Relker's Hardware
store, and opposite the Presbyterian Church, manufhe
lures teeth expressly for each particular case. All Mb
eases of the mouth carefully treated. Every operation
warranted. Chutes moderato. Office hours front 810
12 A. H., and frill to 6 P. IL u0v55,1•13 dly
JM4IIIkBRRRYHILL. WM. H. YOKELS.
ERRYHILL & ECKELS,
V undersigned having entered into
r,o-partnershlp In the practice Of Law. will give
prompt attention to all basin as Wrested to their charge
°VICE alum street, between second and Third
streets, Harrisburg. „Mu. H. kintitY/111.1.,
aprastir WM. H. MIMS.
JOBRPII CARRY. JOHN W. BROWN.
CASEY ST, BROWN , .
HAVING' associated together in the
practice or the law, will attend*fully mid
promptly to all professional business eutr 1 to their
011 Ice In Third street three doors (*root Market
N. B. Consultation in tingled' and (herniae,
GEORGE W MiCALLA,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELLER
ja MARKET STEW .
CONSTANTa7O7Iiand evAry, variety of
CLOCKS Ate and and a 'ldrigo and elm*
assortment at AMMLIRYiniI SILVER WA R, at reasona
ble prices. Repairing &tie promptly and fu the boat
style. • niy&dly.
DR. F. I
ii t ti r t* S T
AIRMBRII OF 2118 FACULTY OF BAL2IIIO#
COLLEGN OP:WINTAL SURORRY.
TVURING the months of Novemb9r,j)e
ljr camber, January end_trebruary, Dr. Gomm le
a unto.llog to Alit 4181w/a the
t h o joloye-wpad,. Dr.
0: WI fiukurdiuthls dicto hi tarnsbufg, • bird
street, Roark) , opposite-14a Daily TELIMILAPH Pritolug
Office - iner3o4lir
WYETWiI illlr, MARKET. STREET,
ITAS JUST n i E IS ED FROM -,16( .. ,:::,,.. :
~...11. York Sod rb elytile, a largo and varied • .
FALL AND WIN ilttIMIll: Guforthi, comprlsitur.- .
Roil beautiful styles el CLOTHE 1•1 AIN and n f ~
USSSIMERES, end Odillgri o dil Marseillos VFMTI r r
Which will be sold l a iliices, and wade up to
order in the hest style.
li MILKMEN'S FURNISHING GOOD 3, consisting of t •
West slyles of lib I rts, Collars, Hand kerc biers, Suspends 1
Neck Ties, Ike. Call and see. morl6-rd aug3l -•-
NEW TEMPLE OF ART.
ItOBERT R. BARR begs leave upst ro
opeetlully 10 iullinn the Ladies and Galic ol
rriaburg, awl Strangers visiting the Capi ta the
has opened a NEW DAG UERREAN GALLERY In BRANT'S
CITY HALL, where likenesses In every style will b
taken at prime - t• suit the times. Photographsk
Enamelled Metal, an entirely new style of pictures -
can be readily sent by mail without extra postage
truthful and unfailing Christome presents PI
the Temple of Art. 11 11,
dodo SU Proprle
summon it u. ..
Plumber & Brass ouuder,
.., Market Barbet; Ilarrlaburig,
VBASS Casti.ogo of -
miuk. to order: • ittherkauristatildieltoftd Leand
e l Pilaw el all sines. Ilyd;rude of every description
made and repaired. riot and DM Water BMW, Shower
Bathe, IVater elceeta, (Astern rumps, Lead. Oodans and
Lead work of every description, done at the:ehortest no
tice, on the west reasonable terms. Factory and . Engine
SCHOOL B t THE SCHOOL
Books used gs Loots Is town, together
with all kinds of y Air sale at
GIVEN as to preparing soil, selecting
varieties and planting
la Poisons Purchasing phintit.tintn/H..4. RISK tif the
His colleen= is the most eompleie within a hundred ,
miles of Harrisburg, lied is not surpassed by any in
Penosylvs,iiie. • e
411 plants sold from the Keystone Nursery are war-
TantttrotKnitind purp: ;is 'CI
to piaut, if you wish annr crop orpuitikeit.stuva:
D 0 N , 11 - 101R,C+,11,11t
PLAIN AND TAMA' BMW
To, vim zwa
TIONE Neatly and Cheaply at BROOlcc
Bindery, 114 *akin Street, to place of teudote
to Ray of the cities. t ,
Yierkette tot executed.
BRASS FOUN DRY .
NT and every ileseription of Brass or
"Lll. ldeVal Wine to We m nit per wan
of the beef wider awl . weal wi,r
rt the • 4 , t 11414
-• a v
- ,t's 4 .
IT is compounded entirely from Game,
and has become an eStabh9bed lam, a Standard *HMI.
clue, known and approvedia by all that have used it,
fol with - Confidence In ail the
e- 0 commeadod.
Ei within the last two years
„„t, of relief, cc the numerous
" 4 4 my pOISMiOII she*.
114 ed to thO temperament 01
4 .1 k used in such quantities as
and is now resorted to'
diseases for which it is re-
It has cured thousan
who had given up ail hems
unsolicited certificates to
The dose must headapt
the individuate:kitbag it,aud
to act gently on the bowels.:
Gat the dictates of year
use of the 1 IV ER INVGI
!nail Comptaimrs, Ihuau
IU lIIARROOES HUMMER CON
ST SOUR STOINACR, 14411FT-1
NOMA MORRUN, Cliounu
Jmninws, MCNAIR NEAR
successfully en so ORB/NA ,
will cure SICK RIRADARIIE
IN TWISTY MINUTES, IF TWO
TARNS St COMmeueemoto
Au. WHO URI Tr ARC 01V
gg-bilx Water a month with the In
vigorator, and swallow both together.
PRICt OMB DOLLAR MR BOTTIB.
SIi.N . PO"RD'S
PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PUT
UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE.
The FAMILY CATIIAIt- TIC 111.1. is a gentle be
active Cathartic which the 112 proprietor has used in Ida
practice more than twenty years.
The constantly. !kerma: I, — ; ing demand from these who
have long used tlid PILL and Use aatlsfactiou which
all express In regard to il their use, has Induced me
to place them within the ek. reach of all.
The Profession well know that different CatharticAict
on different portions of the bowels.
The FAMILY CATII AR- ha TIC PILL has, with due re.
Gironde to this well estab 1.1 Ushed fact, boon compoun
ded from a variety of the Ey purest Vegetable Extracts,
which 'act alike on every part of the alirdentary ca
nal, and aro good and sure Win all cases where ca
thartic is needed, such as di Derangentents of Stomach, Pains in the . " 1 Back and Loins, Manliness
Pain and Soreness Over the 41 body,itesdessness, Headache
or weight the head, all lin , rasstaatory Di s eases,
Worms in Children or Ad- El ails, Eiteueutlimi„ a great
Purifier of the 81of4 and ' A i gaup:, diseases to which
flesh is heir, too unmet-Mu t o meatier, In this adver
tisement. Doss, Ito 3. 0
• - PRIDE- 30 CENTS.
- - -
THE LIVER INVIGORATOR AND FAMILY CATIIMI
IC Pius are retailed by Druggists generally,an :
sold wholesale by. tlie. Trade in all the larg;:
8 T.. W. SANFORD, M. D.
Mansfacturer and Proprietor,
wyi] 8 3 4 5 RioadWay, NegilTork.
CONCENTRATED REME P
FOR DELICATE DISEAS
,NOl.-Tlf E GREAT RE VI VER.—SDeed lig or tee all
tbo evil effects of Solt Abuse, such as general debility,
loss of memory, wasting away of organs, or any
ents as impo , and weakness
or tile sexual organs, brought no hy unrestrained in•
dohs - mice or the passions. Price ono dO)l4g
No. 2.—THE CONCENTRATED BALM.—WiII cure In
eight days, any case of gonorrhoea, Is without taste or
smell and requires norestriction 4diet. Price one dollar.
No. 3.—CONCENTRATHD TERELI—The use of this
remedy will cure meet In a abort time, and I can show
certificates of curd effected - alter, alt others have failed ;
this is al' tastel ' without smell . Price one dollar.
..110.,tidt 4.--CON THU PUNITER.—Is the only
ti or t
,tera known II pmiltively curd strictures of the
arena, mel rof how long standing or neglected the
ease May he. Price one dollar. - .
Mo. 57—ANTIMIZIICEIRIACPILLS.--AU persons Who
Ave need Om dreadful drug (murcury,) (which remains
Wirtbn system for years, causing co niatty l ;ohrenic
should we these Pills, whlchLwilfetWely tainter-
Set the elletds and remove it from the system Price ft.
No. 6.-ORIENTAI. PAS T11.12--Is a flab' cure for
iisStle irregularities, or supression of this menstruation.
,riro two dollars.
No. 7.-111 E CONCEN'fRAfED ARIN.--Cures the
%claw, falling or the woomh, nervousness, painful mou-
Jitymniion. Price one dollar.
• B.—THE SOLUTOR—Is a remedytlrat
known to rail curingG I bas
never rave and all affections of the
nays and bladder. Price one dollar.
Ather of the above remedies will be sent by mail to
any part of the United States, oil receipt of the price an
nexed. Circulars containing full particulars may be
obtained by enclosing one Postaamp. Addre:a,
DR. FEJJX BRUNON,
Post Wilco Box 99, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—Tho Doctor may be consulted Inticompbted
cases by letter or personally, but only , such letters - ill
be answered as contain a reasonable tee.
OFFICE, Old York Road 41c! i ttUowkill 94
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
WE have on hand and wil olive - to
any parLoGlown, full *eight., eo from Gust,
Coal sit the following low pric •
t: 4 Valley 4 83.00
......< :, .0i . ... ~ ,
if. NU ~ i:OO
Wilkaskoarra I ; moil* t A.OO
~ LUMP 4 2
STEAMBOAT " 2. 2.76
We have, also, a Ana assortment. of rhuilhCOal, c orY,
Oak and Pine WOOD, which wo will Move° of on roll
Personserho *shin purchase by boat or car load will
do well by calling upon us.
ND extra charge fbr luielhig.har tons.
BOAS az FORSTER,
Stale skeet and Poujt'a. Canal.
IMPORTANT TO CONSUMERS
- , 'COAL :1 ` J
0T owing to the large quantity of Coal
on handl but to the Continued and great demand, I
eve reduced the price of Coal
,_ ..F I,,FJ I Y,,CENTS
. 9.N ALE, I 0 N I ~,,
Leanillian anliirliaMititl2re t tufd MllNltaifel. ealltshor
notice to any part of the town.. We have on band the
Lilian ralleyErokan it 23'00 per ton.
14 61 E gg ,/,‘ 300 I.
)1 . -I. ii 'r " t , Stoita . ."..... . 2 60.- ".:.
" " Nut " ........ 200 "
Wiliresbarre-Broktn • " • 800 "
61 - ClipOlN. 14 800 If
" Nut " 2 40 "
I sell the real Lykens Valley. Coal, and not the Short •
Mountain for Lykon's Valley, 54.1200110 In many Instances: .
All Wei from my Yard can be rellad,upou as being :what
tis sold for. Dyle.i3ml • 'E. BYERS.
000 TO 4.1.50 PER MONTH.
Agents . Wanted in elfery VonnV i in
Pennsylvania and New York..
HAII.D TIMES OUT DONE!
ion) CIA= MADE NEW.
p • :W.& D. D AVIS' PATENT CLOTHES
it.; DRESSING COMPOUND, for coloring and restor
ing suited and faded garments to thir original brilliancy.
It gives fast colors and a One 'astral° Omits, Pants, Vests,
MaM, 00s, fibawjs, Iderincos, Scarfs, Gloves ,It is
4 4sny lipplitslaw/th atdinnion brlish,.and win Mot crack
or injure the cloth. Persons wishing to engage In a pay
ing business with tuit7p Floyd, 911.11 do so by applying
to the underalgtted at
!`i , ill AO oboes.
2 doors above Motel, -- Herrisburg.
Downs & amps, :
.camentigesomedirosttnil to Marrirburg orChambers-
Aturg Pa. sep24l3m
ILTRATA:Pt o—Mifither large and,
- . 41 / 4 ; Unlit Just.r.ooASed
WIL DOCK, JD.
OLD 'LONDON DOCK
r I ria.
A. M. Bininger 8c Co.
S ° t' , lE W° ATZ,43 , est,
No. 388 BROADWAY, N". Y.
ledgmera guide ` Wadi**
and it will cure
AlTdelta t DT3PIO9IA,CURON.
PLUMS Diatailly, DROP
UAL CICTIVICIIIIM INGO%
INPASTUM, IrLAr Lad CE,
NIMES and may be Used
fry Emma. It
. :MIMS ARE
Tfiis C 101713 TONIC,
especiallyAtibigued for the .gee of the
ManwaCTILOPESSION ;and the &MILY t
possesses those - ntrinsic medicinal'roper
ties (Tonic and Diuretic) whip , , Jong to
an Old and PURE GIN.- busi
ness of - manufacturing spurio ,
offering' them bilkiageti! tinder the
cated," etc., has become-so common, that
the public are justly suspicious of nearly
everything that is offered under similar
forms, and the trade has thus been brought
into disrepute It has remained for our
house (established in 1778) to supply the
pressing popular , • and to inaugurate
a 'odic era in Atha ory of the .Trade.
We trust that our established reputation
—founded upon eighty years of experi
ence—abundantly vindicates our claim to
'tett testimony in Ile
A comparison cf "Bininger's Ohl London
Dock Gin" with others bearing similar names,
will establish its superiority, andother
Dittman unnecessary. . -
PA up in
.o:re.•BoTT.Lvi r itri Cases
,and two zen each, and sol d
thrughout the worbl . by Druggists,,Gro
Druggists and Dealers
tirts AND BRANDIES,
Dfrom United States Bond
eir For SAIO at finninsnuna, by CUAS. A.
ILIBNVART. and JOUN 1,1,Z1L07814_., ~,..,..,
Cider and Wine Mill .and Press.
sterling machine, which from the
T i l ika.several years .hag proveditself superior la
point of simplicity and elcleucyls anything, in the mar
ket, is now ready for the appfeharvest of 1859.
It Is made, if porisible,,better then ever, and where
there are no agents, farmers will do well to send to the
manufactory early for a circular.
/1- hloredhan one hundred Silver Medals and Diplo
roar h.tv n given tathis Mill within the last font years.
Ibis been the pioneer In that line, and we chant
that It beet ono in the Market on the fallowing
)Bt. It will grind the easiest, faeteal,and in ttv most
2d. The Press4s the simplest and most powerful, and
quickesth a ndled. It is not hampered up with a number
4)k : screws and cog-wheels, which create enough friction
to destroy its utility. It IS well made and eold at a fair
Iggi- The Mill occupies about twn and a-ball feet by
three feet t and la lour feet high, weighing 370 pounds, is
every way *ambits and convenient
During the met winter I had several boat loads of
apples to makelfito cider, and procured one of 4, HICKOR'B
'PORTABLE Ones Hats," and round that, with two hands,
I could make eight and blue barrels or cider a • day—the
men only working by tk4y - light iu the a ,days of
winter. The Mill not tinljolterfarmed in tit " -verfect•
and satiAractory manner,. but .workett wit - rkable
ease and with a small amount or power. I tried other
portable Mills, but none worked with half the ease or
speed of Ilickeles Key ' r Mill; and" jean safely
recommend it in prefe all others. • •
Harrisburg, June 16th, 9. •CHARLES TUNIS.
Mr. Chaffee of Ercionte county, New York, writes that . ,
e, with oue hand, went from lam io farm with mae of
' ,, eso Mills, and made over one Mouse:mut bomb of elder
10 the fall of Mifdt„..
. . ,
Manufactured exclusively by the ' .
Saud Corp Circular.
• PRANK , A. MURRAY
uccessor to p
LIVERY St, EXCHANGE STABLE'
. . J.
'UFA G - purbliase d . the; interest Id' J.
ix Q. A 1413 in the establishment, and mide large
additions to the stock, the undersigned is prepared ,to'
ascommodate the public with SIMMS ROOM tot saddle
or carriage purposes and with every variety of VhIIGLE3
of the latest and most approved styles, on reasonable
~ , RLIASUREIIIRTIgi CU acconutigiatal wllkOnini•
buses at short notice
CARRIAGES ANPGIIidIIIII.IIO FOR FUNERAL OCCA,..
SIGNS will be furnish , ar;cdinpanied by careful and
&AMe Invites an Inspection of his Stock, sausnot that It is
*illy equal to that of any other establishment. of. tbe.kind .
town.. FRANK A, mtruuv.
The undersigned has opened a branch of Ms "LIVERY
and EXCHANGE STABLE," In the buildings lately occu•
pied by A. W. Barr, In Fourth attest opposite th 4 Bethel,
where hs ts prepared to accommodate the I Wine with
HORSE'S and VEHICLES; at all times, on reasonable terms.
Bin stock is large and varied, and Will recommend itself.
mar2B dtl-rdaugll .1 , 14,N15. A. MURRAY.
GENTLEMEN, TE NOTICE!
GOING MET; at No. se MARKET STREET,
C. N 1C L E .•
Large and Fine Selected-Stock of Ken's
Wear, - ifor and-Winter,
- DROM NEW YORK AND'PHILADEL
.j: PHIA lialINVIS,1:0118131111g in part of Cloths,
mere awl Vesting% arid* will be made 41.0 order On SHOkT
NOTICE in the. host and Lin= arnigitkiliko, the largest
and beet assortment, of -41 .
GENT'S 'FURNISHING HOODS
In the Market. Wintitiester's di Co's `ddletritibd patent.
Shoulderueeme4 Shirts.,Also, lIEN. BOY'S
of his own manufactur, warranted to tie auperior in
every respect to the common ready.madt lothing sold in
air All of the above goodssold at the lo vest figures for
cash. ' plep4.4llwlt r..-,GEJ.CUNKLE.
ON 'c i l ama IY[9 t u rn and ;which lost been ro
rn nattnractondet ind consist 01
the 1.61WF21416'r act, gar.AriesT A..-oRrillENT.forer
" 1.19 Herr bcig. Cull
,s - ig Moak an
61 Market Street
lIIMOK'S PATENT PORTABLE
DURSVANT to an act of 60 Ofel,teral As
-X- sembly of the Commonwealtfrof Patinaptiarditen
titled An Act relating to Electioninlint *i COrMOn
wealth," approved the 2d - ditill Jeffil9lll.;' , .. ~ inienliou
wind eight hundred and thirty-nine, I, J3IL.EYSTEB,
Sherif ofthe county of Dauphin, Pennsylvania,
' do here
by ;make known awl give notice to the electors of the
wanly nforesaid, that an Wootton will be beldln. the said
county of Dauphin, ON 2HESCOOND,TIbESDMy OC
TOBER, A. D., 1850, (beffig thitillb dif oft Manbr t ) at
- e wpall oetea ti ; r o g u ra 11 44 99.4 1 , tY.Otentli.aa tetta l l43.. ara. . l°
flee person to fin the a of ; lOW* Gleam:al lee *
Rate of Pennsylvania. • -, . ~ -
One person to Oil theoolo4 of , Durveytre GeffintiWtbe
State of Ponmyivaoia. • ....-
„ Tirapersollll for members of the HOMO sliklffipreseta-
Ai N. of tblfGeueral Assembly of Pennayiyanin,,to repre
sell the comely of Dauphin In the HottsonOtapiresenta
lives of the General Assembly of Penntigrvaliffit.
One person to 1111 the office of Districrlllterney for the
county of Dauphin.
-- One persoutor the calico of County Treasurer for the
county of Deletion.
Offe person. to till the office of County CommidsiOner
for:the county of Deuphin.
Olio person to fill the office of Director of the Poor Or
the term of three years, for the county of Dauphin.
One person to till the office of Surveyor for the
county of Dauphin • ~
One wino to till the oilllce of fm the county of
Dauphin.„.. . . . .
One person to Rh the office of Co nty Auditor for the
term of three Years. ' .: . . ,
One person to all the o ffi ce of County Auditor for the
term of two-years.
1 stso Hisses 11455 KNOWS AND OlVtiNOTtett, that the
place of holding-the affirmaid General Election, in the
several wards, boroughs, districts and townships within
'the con* of Dauphin, are as follows, to wit: '
For the North Ward of the Borough of Ilarrishurg, not
included in the Wiffiudistriet of ; said ward, at -the West.,
window of the rotunda of the , Coro, House in said
borough. ' •'
For the West district. of the North ward orthesbh.ough
'• of Harrisburg, composed of part of said ward, at tile
'front window of the. Court Room; in the north-west wing
- of-the Court Houle, hi said borough.
For the supdh.Wwl of the hgrough .. ol Herrisburg, not
included in the ,Mst district or said ward, at the east
window in tho soutb.esst wing Of the Court House, in Said
For the East di driet e South ward offibe borough
*rrisburg, cons part of sans. ward, at the east
low in the rota Court House in the borough
For the.townehip o ;Johanna, at the front window
in the Court Room, in the south-east !two( the Court
House, in the borough or Harrisburg. ”- ,
For the township of Swatara, at the weig,..wai l lew of
the" north-west *hug of tho Court Hotted, in' . the' borough
of Harrisburg. For the borough of 111117ffleffiwif at' Mid - . et Schdol
House in Pine street in said borough. On? ..-. •,-,-;, , .4.
For th•' i ,:, 4 esti* of Lower Swittara, iff,s,The• public
House o .‘;',._ ; bach, in said township. , l„Seephstrart
• ~. " ' , Mee, Harrliburg.3 ,• "-:
For tht r. ' : of I.ondoude rry, at,tlic X,lttlffietlionse
of Joseph Re ^ in said townsi`dp.
For the toyeakp of West Londonderry, at the honso of
Christian Neff, lambi township
Fur the township of Conwagc. ' erected oiffite rill of
the townships of Londonderry odd Derry, at the of
Chrimtiau Folffi, (now Jun S. Folts„) in saittownsh
For the township of Derry, at t.e pub use of Dati
tei Baum, In HamitielstOwn, In said Utw• .... ..•••; . .
For the towitshipogiosphilantonee,
of George llocker,,lnzatidileolinalffp, - ;- "- ' 4.,;
For the township ofEnit thuniver; at the pnbile o
kept by John J. Shell ( ell's,) Ina iff to
For the townaldpor Won't:miner, atiffiffpublie .
of Jacob Rudy, In said township.
For the township of Lower Natoli, at the public e
of Robert Gilchrist, (now Buck's,) In said township.
For the township of Middle Paxton, at the-nubile house
of Goodhart, in said township.
For the township of Rush, at tile house belonging to
the estate or the latoJohn licAllister, ffee'kpOWp9tanied
by David !lineal in mid township. 4"---
Fur the township of Jefferson, at tho housoof Christian
Hoffman, in said township. „
ii For tho township of Jackson, at the house now oceu- ,
pied by John Dialer, at Bialer's mill, in said township.
For the township or Halifitaidffi the NOrtliWartl.School •
House, in the town of Italifea. '
For the township of Reed, at the new SeffixtlHondtion
Duncan's Island, in said township. -'
For the borough or Millersburg, at the Frain° School
House, ou the bank. of the WieOldSCO Creek, iu the bor
ough aforesaid. ir
For the township of Upper Pastor., at the house of
Jacob Buck, now occupied by Samuel Buck, in said
For the township of Ifinlin, at the public bouso of Mi
chael Enterline, (now Benj. Burdnor,) in ltorrysburg, in
Vor the township Of Washington, at the public house
now occupied by Matilda Wingert, in said township.
For thglownship of Lykens, at the public house of Sol
omon Loudenslagur, in the borougt• Gratz. •
. For the borough of Gratz, at theblic house of Solo-
Mon Loudenslager, in said borough. ie. , .
Dor township of Wiconisco, at the School House No.
a township. - .
,I also, for the information iriher electors of the county
of Dauphin, publish the folio sonions of acts of. the;
'eneral - .A 0 .ssembly, enacted- ,„ t tho seaion of 1853,
Ith wit: , , , -
`JACiCSON TOWNSHIP—PIace of Election.
Sac. 8. That from snd afterfhe passage of this act, the
geneisTand.towilbhip elections of Jackson township, fraq
phin county, shall be held at the i house now ompied nY
John Shier, at Bixler's in bald township, passed
February 9,1853. 11041414.3v5, page 59.
Also section 19, page of pamphlet laws, passed Ath
day orAPril, 1884„. viz: "Ttipt the 114044 yokerti of that
part eY Upper Paxton township,. Damptin county, lyiog
and Itelegyithout the limitsiof the horritigh; of ,Millers
burg, Shall hereafter hold their general, special and town
ship eloctions at the. public hense.of Jed:lb.:Be& ) in said
wiwNwo —Place of Elerdickti
AIso; section 3, page HI, pamphlet ' pproved the
pd.day of,March, 1804, viz:—"That L the ggen
eral elections hi WICEMISCO p, D u,
phin °aunty, shall be held at the Schootlielso npmber
airs (5)-M-safd townskitir - , s
Also. sections ,1 and page 104, papa IltWa, ap
proved the 18th day orMarch, 18(7, h at. athe'citi
Dauphin, formerly embraced Iu the Pollsolioath. - eicetion
district, together witif such otheFeitlplolliiliaia town
ship residing west of the public roodlsadlng.froist Port
-Royal to liissley's mill, in said townshijkaluili hereafter
he d their general and special elections at, the house of
Christian Netf in said township."
Sea 3. That said district shall hereldlos INi , kziown as
-West Londonderry election district. .
RUSH TOWNSHIP—pIace re-Election.
Whereas the place of holding the elections in the town
ship of Rush, Dauphin county,was by law at School Rouse
number three in said township: And whereas, there is
nosuch School house, thoretbre—SocUou 1: Be it enacted
by the Senate and House of Representatives of the amnion -
unatth.of Pomuyivania Osnera/ Assembly stet, and it is
hereby • meted by the authority of the same ? That the
general and township elections of Rush Township Dauphin
County sbali be held at the house belonging to the estate
of the late John McAllister, deceased, now occupied by
David BMW. Page 83 pamphlet laws, 1858.
Sitc)6.-Ttett•the hilly-ninth section lof the not entitled
" An Act relating to the elections of this Oummonwealth,! ,
approved the secund day of July, A. D. one thousand
eight hundred and thirty-nine, bo and the same is hereby.
fully revived and made applicable to elections held in
the county of Dauphin . ; and that all acts anti yarts of acts
inconsistent therewith, be and the seine aro hereby re
pealed, so far as they relate to the said county ofDau
phin t• passed May 8, 1854 Pamphlet laws, page 182.
I also mike known and give notice, as in and by the
13th section 'of the aforesaid act I AM directed, "that
every person, excepting justices of the peace, who shall
hold any office or appointment of profit or trust under the
igovennuent:OPthe United States, or of
_thia ; State; of any
city or incorporated district, whether a commissioned of
ficer or otherwise, a subordinate officer, or agent, who 13
or shall be employed under the legislative, judiciary, or
executive department of this State or the Milted States, or
of any . . city or insorperated district, and also, that every
meMber of Congress and the State legislature, and of the
retest and common council of any city, commissioners Of
any incorporated district, is by law incapable of holding
or exercising at the Same time the office or appointment
of judge inspector or Clerk of any election of this Casa
'ninmweitithy, and that no inspector or judge, or other ems'
tser_pf May auch election, shall be eligil4h to any ogic,
tl 480 nited.ran" •
Also, M o f
at in the fourth section theAdt„
Raving procured Two Adams Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every
desoripttoo, cheaper than it can be done at on, °th e ,
, etobli=hov,nt to the c‘tenty:
sr 1.44.3.tm gat 4 3 oe. al tigh t
Ilnfe r.. r etirrYdhecdostituee a rqueri , ."
Half Square, olio day 80 28
rr one-week. ........
one mourn kdlJ
three montlut. ..... • • ....... 3 00
six mouths . ...... 4 00
Otte Square, one day
• • • • •
onoweek • 2 OD
If Dee month a s
Uthree =Was .. . . 6 00_ ,
. r mix =nth& .. . ....... 600
W *Woes ,nomees iesertati font's .tereateohomit, on
before Marriages and Meanie, viva
itarriages and Deaths to be charged v regulat
entitled "An Act relatinrM -I ,oll l r
purposem" approved April 16,&10
to. Ispagstad .. flat the
aforentld section " shall - n o t eathatinteil as to
prevent any militia (Miser or borough nplc v
leg a Judge, inspector or clerk at any gen in
electlon in this colpmestweilth." A .1. 1 ,
Also, that in thtf6lst Section of said Act, it 1.40 , aaltaie2 . l,
that evary4pmeral and special elections sballiim !Opened
between the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon, and
shall continue .without interruption or adjourn:lens unni
seven o'clock in the evening, when the polls shall'be
The general, special, city, incorporated district and
township etectlons, and all elections , for electors of Presi
dent and Vico President of the United States, shall be held
and ecindneted by the inspectors and- judges• clettad,da
aforesaid, and by clerks appointed as hereinafter pro
No person shad permitted to vote at any election,
as aforesaid, be:Ca - white freermulor the "Offtwesity•
one years or niere e who AMU have in thisetstc
*least one year, and in the election dtelriet
Offers to vote at least ten days, immodiatisly primal*
such election, and within two Yeats paid a-etate erten:l'l4-
tax, which shall have been assessed at least ten daya be
fore the ellectido. Hats citizen' orthe - UnitedStitei *lib
has previously been a qualified voter of thts Stant and re
moved therefrom and returned, and wherahilrhhVe're.
sided in the election district and paid taxes as: aforesaid,
shall be entitled to vote after residing in (1114 Statesik
months : Provided. That the white freesia', citizens/of
the United States, between the ages of 21 and 2V yetiri,
and have resided , in the election district ton diteo, as
aforesaid, shall be entitled to veto, although they dball
not have paid taxes.
No person shall be admitted to vote whose name is
not contained In the Ii tof taxable inhabitants (Up***
by the commiers unless: Firet, be producise a receipt
for the paymeithin two years, of a state or county
tax,agreeably to the cOnstitution, kW give satis
factory e nee, either on his own oath or atfinruakm, or
the oath or affirmation of another, duit be' has geld such
a tax, or on failure to produce a receipt, sludimalto oath
of the payment thereof ; or, Second, if he claim a vote by
being an elector between the ages of 21 and 22 years, he
shall depose an oath or affirmation that he has resided In
the State at leisce s year before his lipplicatiom audit - mile
such proof of ideuee In the district as Is required
by this act, a tbe does verily believe from the Ms
counts given him that he is of the age aforesaid, and giv
such other evidence as Is required by tins act, wheroupde
the name of the person so admitted to vote, shall be insen
ted 'otitis alphabetical list by the' impeders' and 'ter
med.) opposite thereto by writing the word 'tax,' if he
shall be admithdol to vote by reason of having paid tax",or
the word 'age,' If lie Shall bemiantted to vete by reason
of such age, nad 'shall be called out to the clerics, who
shall make the like notes in this list of voterskept by them.
'ln all cases where the Orno of tbe pershit chilmlng to
vote Is not found un the list furnished by the comtnis
ers and assessor, or his right to vote, whether found
thereon or not, is objected teby any qualified citizen, It
.shall bo the duty of the inspectors to examine such par
son on oath as to its qualifications, and if he Palmate
have resided withlti.the State for one year or more his
oath will be sufficient proof thereof, but sltall.make proof
by at least one competent vlitams, who shall be a quali
fied elector, that ho •bas resided „Within Me distriet for
more then um days next ,immlltely preceding said
election, and shall Matit s r that. his , bona ado
pursuance of Ma lawful calling is within the
distr' that he did not remqvci huts said thitriet ftir
he purpose of votiuff therein.
-At Every pertain qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
Make due prod, if required, of his residence and pay
ment of lazes as aforesaid 'Mall be admitted to vote In
the towniabip, ward, or Meta in which be shall reside.
lily person shall. p vesie,'"Or 'attempt' to prevent
any officer of any election under this act from holding such
election or use or threaten any vkilencelo any nth efft
Mr, ertffiail Interrupt or improperly interfere with hi py mm
in the execution el his duty, or shall 'block tip the win
dow or avenue to any window where the same may be
heldingt; or shall riotously disturb the peace at Such eleb
lpipaosr shall use or practice Intinaldallug threats, foregtor
vt with a desigu to influence unduly . or tiVerawe
isy.° , or to prevenittlimlttnis voltag, or to retiliffin
'the freedom of choice, such a person, on conviction, shall
, titittineff in any sure not exceeding lmndred
and imprisoned for any ume not leas than one month nor
more than twelve months, and if It sball'be-shOwn to she
Court where the trial of such offence shall ho had, that
the person =so offending was not a residint oh the city,
ward, or district, or township where the said offence was
committed, and not entitled to vote tberdn, kbem cii con
viction, he shall be sentenced to gay a fine of not lees
than one brindred dollars'or more than one thenianoldol
tars, and be imprisoned not less than slx.months or more
" In case the person who shall have received the second
highest number of votes for Inspector shallzot attend on
the day of election, thew the porson , who shall tiara re.
.ceived the next highest number of votes for 'judge at the
,next spring election%l act as inspector in his place.—
Ind in cite the person Who shall have received the high
est number of votes (or insmetor 8.11611 not attend, the
poison elected judge shall appoint an inspeetel ilia
place, and in case the parser* elected shall 1101 641364. then
the inspector who received the highest number of votes
shall appoint a judge in his place, or II fitly:vacancy ablill
continue in the board for the space of one beer alter the
time fixed .by law for the opening, of: the !Abadan, the
qualified voters of the township, ward, or district for
which said officer 811/111.1111V0 been elected, previa:it ntftbe
place of election, shall select one of their, number to till
such vacancy. .
" It shall be the duty of the several assessors", respec
tively to attend at th plaoe of holding.everjr general ,
special or township election, during the time said election
Is kept open, for the purpose of giving Information - lathe
inspectors and judges when called on, in relation to the
right of t eby person assessed by them tolmtblit'enth
elections, or such other matters in relation to, maw
moot of voters as the said Inspecfors, either of them,
shall from time-lo --...--
Pursuant to the provisions contained in tite. 76th section
ortheactirst aforimaid, the 'judges of the slot : Wild dis
trict shall respectively- take charge of thq, cartitkatik or
- return of the SlecilOn 'of their respective districts; Stud
produce them at a• meetiug of, one judgefromeach dis
trict, at the borbugh 'llarrisburg, on the - third day
aftertboday of the election, being for tbe_proptint.year
on FRIDAY, the 14th day of OCTOBRYCnexf, tfietind
there to do and porfermthe autleS ,femikrekby law of
Also, tint where ajudgehyjoicpiessiorlunavoldahleac
cidein, is unable to attend such meeting Orhidgeb then
the co:11114U or retu r n. akrowdd :ll l4 llll lbgibiko ll Antrge
of by ono of the iospeetora or elorki Of the election of
said , dtstilet, who shall do and perform the d 4 * required
of said judges unable to attend.
Given anderdny band, in. my (Alice HaiTiebargilho
'‘nd day of September, 1850. " ,
J. EYSTElo2teriffal neap/6'71.0x
Sactures Otrica, Harrisburg, September I,
qapud-ta , - .
1859. N E W • x 059.
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS AND 110TIONL-
A--FIN=E !AS SORT4i*EN , V;;:4 T
NO. 14 MARKET SQUARE, lIARRIEMMpG.
Now OPEN, a ivety. fine - Auiaortutant in
iu MAC line
mouionNa amid, WU ,0424 manias,
, Eld ILELINE CLOTHS; I. -• TA VIDEL&S; CHM TZ &a
A full Mock of all dealreible goodri In Second Mourning.
Also, Shawls, • l(rauridida,, , ...
Kid Gloves., Silk Glovd3, Eycri , style of
- Mourning Collars,
Eng. Crepe Collars,
Eng. Crepe lileevesaad Collars in sets: , '
Eng. Crepes, Tag: CrOpe Veils, 'Drees lace Veils.
These goods are! selected with rare as regards Cbtor,
Style and Qualiwizia a large variety to select trate: •
. . • W. A. CATHCAETA
Neat to the Harristiprg RN*.
LADIES' DELEBS: -di43ODEr.,
CASILVOUth, ; .
nap. ALL WOOL GOODSV
DRESS GOODS OF EVERY WINE, s i rmi.(oo4
_UREL QUALITIES, LC
W. •A. OATIIOARTI
ii(k it t l itht NW:C.
. , actoz49 . 9:-.,11 .114gRsui,-,
: I" NHE subl!oxibvrp ' retwqcii)illyatmounce
that therwillqurdtlb and initou:S/411V01/11.014/11"0
w) 61ste tram the plekdiraind Lanotite.ranwty WV
'ries, wtfichin - nusitred bYguiy`bilker flaw MMiiiar '
'ket, Oar iKork',*ll4.b dcia.p.by. the moat Reggio! Ed
workmois,tiintkwtiurriiitpito giy.o eidshitien.
-0.3 , 2-tt ~. '. !-• Lti 4.Y.14 9 ig 4 . 7 ?