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Tuesday Afternoon, September 2T, 1859.
LARGEST CIRCULATION..-Hy w recent de.
Odom' of the Harrisburg Port Nester, the
TRUSGRAPH hes the LARGEST
CIRCULATION, within the delivery of
the Pout Olnee, of may Paper, Daily of
, APPollaprplablishadAisr-thWplace , : , -
"A PITIFUL 4.130RTWN,"
Onegeovernor Packer's = office-holders,
Deputy Secretary Dreifenbseh, has been
in Clinton county for some weeks, man
aging the Locofoco politics of that county,
to the neOeet of his official duties here,
In the last issue of his delectable sheet,
the Milton Democrat, he characterizes a
late speech of B Rusu PETRIKEN, Esq.,
one of the People's candidates for the Le
gislature, as "a pitiful abortion." Mr.
Pan=Nis agentleman of acknoWledged
rability,bonorable and high-minded, courte
ous and dignified---which is more than
can truly be said of his assailant. We
think it would be difficult to 6nd, any
where, a more " pitiful abortion" than
the Deputy Secretary. He has always
been regarded as thif smalleskkind of a
"small potato" politician-Ar miserable
cringing sycophant—ever readrindtwill
ing to serve his superiors, in any capacity,
for the sake of the thrift that follows
fawning;" and the place he now holds
was bestowed upon him aftecompense
for menial work performed during a
long term of service in the employ of his
present master. For years past he has
maligned and slandered the best and purest
men in the Opposili t on party of Clinton
county, as he is nowdiaing Mr. PETRIKEN;
but fortunately he id too well known in
that region to do serious injury—:like a
poisonous serpent deprived of its sting, he
crawls along inh hisses, without the pow
er to wound. V the Deputy Secretary
would behold an accurate likeness of " a
pitiful abortion," he has only to consul-,
his mirror 1 The secret of his assail t
upon PETRLKEN is fear of certain
promised developments, in the event of
Vitt gentleman's election, which will have
a damaging effect upon the corrupt crew
whose dirty work he is employed to do.
This it is that " makes the galled jade
winoe"—this is the real secret of ilie:ata
holy crusade waged against Mr. Prat
Kim by the unscrupulous and 'cupt
leaders of the Locofoco party in Clinton
county, prominent and most violent of
whom is ALLISON WRITE, of LOCOMpION
uohniety; the great rejected of the people
in; that Congressional district. The pee
pie, however, are on thshatde of Mr. PST
aIINN, and we confidently anticipate his
election by an overwhelming majority.
We know that scores of the most influen
tial • and active Democrats of Lycoming
end Clintou counties have declared in his
flier, and not'only talk but work for him.
Let our Americen-Republican 'Mends do
their duty, and both . Mr. PETRIKEN, and
liioVorthy colleague MI.MEHAITIY, will
4N "INTERESTING CASE" POE THE
DOdirOtts.ln a ease before Justice Con
lon, the other day, in Indianapolis,where
in.one physician claimed , pay from another
for visiting his patients at his request, it
was shown in evidence that it was a cus
tom with physicians not to make charge
for visiting another's patients, when re
quested by the physician in attendance to
do so. The Justice held that custom
made law, and that the complaining phy
4 4 " - ireilid have to a r bide the rules ital
~itt atiqns of iroiession. The ens
'lo qii ' 440431114 .1 1 ras paramount to
t i a n i om
i 01 144Aid'iligt.3
Illaitfatit'hipeCted to get pay for his.servi
cea ho won* ittivetto, bring an tied=
against the party whom he, served as a
physietan,latniuotoagainatttho person who
requested him to•aot as such.
Q4►#EERON •IN ERIE COIJNTY.The
Ea& Dispatch, an ably edited and influen
tial journal, contains an article on the
Presidential question which is brief and
to tke point. There is a whole column
in thelulloWing paragraph :--
It is aweltevident fact that the record of the
_builcate tautly_ and beyond controver
*OW lbjat al4e ilLar Caustsmf Is the fi rst
Quake Of Perunoiliefira. Already has over four
fifths of the Republican journals of this State,
as well as County Conventions of the same
party, taken decided ground in fa*, his
nomination- He is decidedly the mvaila
blaeandldate yet produced, and if nominated
would carry Pennsylvania beyond a doubt. He
is the People's candidate, and poeseeses every
4 . )1 0 110 0 of success.
ANIITIEOPIAINENG , ," ELECTIONS MIS
•FALX..—In October elections will occur in
?ennaylianiat Ohio; Minnesota, Mississip
pi, Georgia;' lowa and Kansas. In the
lowly part of November the following
Stabs will vote :—New York, New 'Ter
tot, liiniaiana, Maryland, Massachusetts
pennspluania Math) (telegraph, ttuesban Afternoon, September 2,7, 18,19
TIME TO WORK I
We are now within two weeks of the
election, and it is time for our political
friends throughout the county to arouse
from their lethargy, organize thoroughly,
and go to work. The Locofocos, with their
usual cunning and tact, are operating
quietly and effectively, marshaling their
forces, and by slanderous insinuations
seeking to poison the minds of American
Republicans against candidates on their
own ticket. It is time, therefore, for the
working men of our 'party to buckle on
their armor, and go into the contest with
a determination ; not to furl their banners
or ground their weapons
. until the battle
shall have been fought,,and the -victory
won ! Organize every township and school
district ! Circulate documents among the
people, ancMilt Aim out to the meetings !
Place'tiokets in the hands of reliable men
whip will furnish them to the voters !
Show the opponents of Locofocoism the
importante of a decisive victory this 'fall,
in view of the approaching Presidential
contest ! In every respect do your duty,
from now until the electionoid wheit
the second Tuesday of October arri4s,
marshal ydur forces, march in solid column
to the ballot boxes, and poll a FULL. VOTE'
for the whole People's ticket ! Do this,
and a glorious triumph in old Dauphin
will be the r It.
THE REVI IN IREL , ' continues
to spread. Scotland an. " ales are now
awaking, and England itself is welcoming
the gracious visitations. Even France
begins to look up. There is a prospect
that this new interest will be more telling
in the United Kingdom than it was in
tbislimntry. These examples of spread
ing religious excitement"thew how rapid
and pervading the rowel* of the gospel
may yet become among the nations. The
Protestant world.. see,' now more than
ever to be praying, " ~ ingdom con."'
It will yet come an. . all the world.
TEE DIETHODIBTS DOWNON THE NEW
YORK LEDGER.—What will Mr. Corncob
And Ma. A.pprent4, and Son r. Ever'_
lasting, and other literate write
" only for the Ledger," th he fol
lowing. The leaders and ewarda of the
Makodist Episcopalthurch at Lambert.
viil r , N.J., have -
Reechoed, That the circulation-Ad'reading of
the New York Ledger and &Ike Gamete is a vio
la "on 0i the spirit and ititeittrof that portion of
....etteral rules of tom, dkurch—first, the in
, .ctlon to do no hardirrsecond, doing what we
, ow is nit for the glory oflod ; thirdly, the
• . ing of those books which do not teed to the
knowlete and love of God.
AN INFLUENTIAI ORCIAN DESERTS
kt,ptibraa.—The New York Journal of
r mem, which r haa hitherto danced 10-
DiAtflae,"populpr sovereignty," publishes
AttoknkGeneral Black's reply to Dou
glas' lifirper''essai, tu3kremarks
It takes the trhaftlitinocratic ground, Ivhich
raise the question of 'Slavery in a Territory to
decision of-its inhabitants when` they enter
the Union as a State ;—not in their unfledged
condition, when first organized into a Territory.
i5..«.0.41. 4 '
Qum:R.—The Sunbury Girlie ) a
rabid LocAro paper, takes . - strops
ground in *favor of the election ofir
RUSH PETRIKR ~E sq.,ione of thl "-
pie's candidate, r Assembly in the Ly
coming district; We presume th reasfi
is, that.the editor Considers the Liicefoco
nominee incompetent for the position, or
too dishonest to be trusted.
BROADOABT BENEFIOENCIE.-Tl*) Hon.
Robert Orr, of Armstrong county, Pa.,
proposes to donate to every new Sabbath
school formed in the country, for the space
of two years, five dollars, towards the pre
ouring of a library, provided those inter=
sated in'the school wig ive a similar sum
to the same object , e , will also gyve a
Bible' Air the use of the school.
TIM , CinBAT Eso/mn/ James
Clarke's Celebrated Female Pills, prepared from a pre
ecription of Eli J. Clarke, 11. D., Physician Extraordinary
to the Queen.
This well known medicine is no imposition, but a sure
end safe remedy for female DidionWes and Obstructions
from any cause whatever; and although a powerful
remedy, thencontain nothing hurtful to the constitution.
-TO ILARRIDD LADIES
It Is peculiarly buffed. It will, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Taus Pius navy NTT= DNIN Known TO PAIL wallas mit
runsonoss ON 151 2ND DAON OP PAIIPIELDT ABB WILL OB-
For full particuhui, get a pamphlet, free, of the agent
N. 8.-111. and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized agent, will insure a bottle, containing over 60
Pills, by return mail. C. A. Itasavairr, agent for Harrel
burg, Pa. T. W. Dytat & Sons, WIIOI6SBiO agents
To the Be• Dragged and Poisoned Citizens
You are overrun with a deluge of the vilest compounds
in the form or "Alcoholic Drinks" that ever emanated
from that peeler society, the Lewes limas. They are
sold to you as a luxury, or they are dispensed to you as a
Medicine, and in either case the effect is the same
— There is b at'otte way to escape, and that is to use, ait a
luxury or a medicament, a sale and reliable stimulant,
sold under Bump and seal, which renders it certain that
U has not been tempered with. Such an article is
OHAB,LIB' LONDON CORDIAL GIN,
which is distilled under inspection or the British Govern
went, is delicately flavored (unlike any other Gin) with
lone of IWO most valuable restoratives or the Vegetable -
Kingdom, and is by far the most healthy beverage extant.
' Taxman =MIT FIITSIOUNII OF Manors AND AYIJUOL
not Oftly recommend its use by the bale mid heart 4 bat
prescribe it as a medicine where a stimulant is rim .
Ten roma au will And it not only a pleasant ,
bats certainrellet in sugaringe of a'perlodical charac t r.
Mumma GIMEDIN or am. 2111113 PrObOace It
fectly pare, and Ito ilatorative marks inoomperable. I _
Ilioldprt and pint bottles by aliDamidiere,. at Gmer
ke. _ In, ' Barriaburg by D.W . Gaw i p ~ 0,
"Waft igirmit. . •
- EDMUND C. CELLRI.OI, General Agent,
a , '', , 41,17 Depot No. 80 Broadway, New York
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
News From Washtngtom
WastirsoTox, Sept. 27
The report that President Morn designed re•
turning to Costa Rica, and appealing to the
people, is without foundation. He remains in
Heir York to await news from home. .In
structions will he sent out to Mr. Dimity on the
sth of October, directing him to recognise, at
once, the new Government and open negotia
tions for the settlement of American claims.
Intimations nee - ived in =diplomatic circles
hare, would justify the belief that England and
Fiance will again be allies in a terrible war, and
that China will be. made to suffer severely for
her late attack:.4in the :Engfi,„ &ops. The
rumor that Russia had ,a finger in it, is fully
credited in official circles. = :. I •
It is believed that the Maj. Cross case will be
dlsliosed of this Week. #
1# I - 4 1 111, IP•
Arrival of a 'California StOwner.
Nit* YOU% Sept. 27
The steamer Moses Tay* from Aspinwall
on the kitiik; arilitiat this 'Morning with 42,
042,383 in specie. The vessel wairannded in
the.mAanctrof the harbor of lie7West during
an hour of intense darkness and storm, in
consequig e of the light at the light house at
that po hg - extinguished.-
The Crleketep at Montreal.
*ONTINAL,. Sept. 27.—N00n
Thobcricketers are just going on the ground
to finish the Oar. An exciting match has been .
fixed for to-diorrOw between the six of All•
England and the six of the United Canfda
clubs, each party choosing fire others from
among the outside cricketers.
Regatta of the N ork Yacht Club.
KW Yottz, Sept. 27.
.The concluding regatta of the New York
Yacht Club has come off at last. Three schoon
ers of the first class, and two sloops, the MaMay
and Narragansett ~only a ling du the race,—
The prizes $5OO each, were won .by the Zioga
and the two sloops above named.
Alr al or the yof Baltimore.
The steamer City of Be timore, from Liverpool
on the 14th, arrivedthis morning. 4 He vices
have been anticipated.
The illhaling Balloonists.
- 4VATIIIITOWIN, N. Y. '
Nothing toss yet known o
mountain or Mr. Haddock, who m eAtidjoon
ascension here on the 22nd inst. itiartharm
is felt for their safety. Their course when last
seen, was at northeast.
Special - Notices.
STAIR & Emir cAßPrmidijnicils; Parlor, Bed
unand lillpipso Carpets, Flour Oil Olothe, & Window
Shifts tiveryWlng to be feund In a carpet Mor,clor sale
at low prices lip that, at .Tames Carpet
Store, Cor,..g.Vitilk 11C.AilEgri Ste ., Philadelphia; Paten is
the first street of anyWabove Market St. Ittro
itLw.1.11.41. - -• - •-,•-•--.-•
• . MUSE/3W, An experle pad nurse and female
pbystcia 1 , bas a Soothing Syrup for children teething,
which greatly facilitates the process of tee I , g by soft
ening the gems, reducing all Inflatnmatio I allay all
pain, and is sure tooegulate the bowels. upon it,
Bothers, it will give rest to yourselves, relief and
bealgi to your infanta. Perfectly safe In all cases. See
dvEfilsement lu another column.'
SAISLAPARILLi.—TbI3 troptdal root has a reputation wide
as the world, for curing one class of the disorderk that
afflict mankind—a repritstion too which It deserves as
the best antidote we possess lbr ecrofulou.s complaints.
Rat to be brought into use, its virtues must be concentra•
hal and combined with other medicine:what Increase its
power Some reliable compound orthis character IS
much needed lb the community. Read the advertise
meat of Da. Ayaa's Sarsaparilla in ouetolumus, and we
know it needs no encomium from us to give our citizens
OP ence in what he offers. Organ, Syrame, S. I.
Antidote for Poison.
Tax Run Kittza. 7 -Rev i len, writing from Tavoy,
likarnali,Jan. 1411,1861, sa Rhin the past four years
I have used and disposed hove eve hundred bottles,
but am now out. Please send me a fresh supply (throw :
the Misteskei Rooms) as soon as you can, say fwo 'h
dred bottles. I dare not be without it myself, and th ' ' ,
are endless calla for it, both by Burman and Karens.
I always take It with me Into the jungles, and boyars
titient occasions Muse it, both on myself and others. One
night, while sleeping in an open Zoete. I was awoke by
e monaexcistelsting pain in my fttotakporeztamination,
(fount . ' IMd been bltlen by a Centipede. I immediately
applied tWPain Killer, and found instant relief. In lees
'd& one hour I wasieda askiep.” 1 '# im o li 1
Rev Mr; Hibbard, writing from Burma to hfs father
says: , thavtoesid Perry littils , ' Paiilt ,coughs,
colds, summer complaints, burns, and sting of
scorpions, with uniform success. We ays!keep it
where we can put our band on it in the dark, if need be,
The stain on linen, hom the •use of the Pain Killer, is
sully removed by washing in alcohol.
sold by druggists, grocers and, medicine dealers
On Thursday morning, September 22, by the Rev. Dr
DeWitt, IL N. 11 , Ametta, of Bellefonte, to Iltanaiiii
only daughter of Hugh Hamilton, dee'd, of Harrisburg.
04 the,'224 ineq, , bythe Ret. Charles Ai nagrOlteso.
and hiss Naar, 111:411 it,Nar
On the same day, by the same, Mr. JOTZPII Tama atid
Miss ILtar GUMS, both or Harrisburg.
- On the 46th of September, by Rev. T. H. Robinson, Mr.
Josara MitubtApionoteen add Miss Retina Foarsity, bOth
of, cumberland ant Pa • .... i
September 27th, , y the Hey..,J, Et; Martz, at !la `real
dii2ca Of the Pastor, Mi.loax B.Tiroir, and Mtn; ' Ursa-
ILVs AtaarauT,:all Orba s aiiillitrailay;Pa.
Alik at t h e *Fie 1 4 ,18 04 place ' ; th e .1519 Pet Er r.
&MVP. Hannan and Dipi Mitryna Pcrrimoin, all o
Dauphin Comity, Pa,
WILL RIND A COSI4RTE ASSORTMENT
. . • „ .
OF DRAWING PAPERS, IN SHEETS AND Di ROLLS,
LEAD PENCILS,: INDIA INK, COLORS, GUN, &C.
AT BRIIGNER.E CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market Street.
A LARGE ASSORTMEiTT - OF ALL
Taz BEST OOOIE. _Amass
Published, -are for sale at loot prices it
BERGNER'S CHEAP lIHOKERIRE,
51 Market Street
pat sax, COMPLETE WOR
- 4 4cludinS kabingtoß j __ltor Rae at
BERGNER'S C BOGamrORE,
1 Market argon
THE PLACE FOR THE LADIES
LADIES WHO ARE FOND OF OET
WARLI ADORNMENt to the way of Jewelry, should
vlsit ktiCALLA.'S elegant establishment in Market street,
opposite the Junes Hoes.: We never saw such superb
Bracelets and Neck iavee,, Gold Watches and Chains,
Finger and Ear-hinge, Breast lin Port Monnales, Silver
Ware, Sic., dre., as are to be foetid at this popular lust/.
taboo, just received, and std at a rY PRIM% We
don't wonder that the I ttlies a 4 p.drunize M'CALLA, for
the attractions there are arriotatible.
DR. GEO. P. MISH.
HAS removed to the office occupied by
OR. MELLINGER, South Second etreet.
COAL ! COAL ! I
COAL ON PLATFORM.
SerONLY Coal .in town placed on
i iiatiorm, direct from Cie boats, the
illitfolti.havitig been h. ill exprerwly for that purpose.
Consumers ha want of a clean article, will do welttu bear
in mind—cosi-AMAIN MRIUM UP, and delivered tree from
NOW IS THE TIME TO LAY IN YOUR
WINTER SUPPLY OF COAL.
I have on ham; and receiving, via :
Short Mountain Co's Lykens Valley Broken.
Short Mountain Co's Lykens Valley Large Egg.
Short Mountain Co's Lykens Valley Small Egg
Short Mountain Co's Lykona Valley Nut.
Wilkeabarre Hard Lump.
Wilketharre Hard Steamhoit :
Wilicesharro Hard Broken.
Wilkesbarre Hard Egg:
I soil nothing but a FIIK.T CLASS article of Coal, in any
quauUty to suit purcbauors. by the boat or car load,
single, half, o of loin ' and by the bullet, at the
LOWKiT PRI can be bought anywhere in this
ga- No e r hauling new OR 'ratan of tons.
HICKORY, Os ann a 000 always OR hand.
agent for Du Purr's celebrated Guu and Blasting
Powder! : for sale at manufacturer's prices.
Jsultd 3t. WHRaLER,
near Penn's. Central Railroad Depot,
scp27•dtf Harrisburg, Pa.
THOSE in want of a real genuine article
can now now be accommoda ed with WHERIJR
(6 MILLER'S CELEBRATED* LORSIIIRY COAL
This is conceded to be the best Coal for domestic pur -
poses now in use. It Is free burning, forms no cinder, and
Is much more durable than any other free burning coal
Persons wanting this (Mal can be supplied by the ton
or by the car load, direct from the mines, at reduced
prices. Enquire of GEO. GAKVEEICiI,
sepil-d2w ' S. &S. Railroad Office.
LARGE AND SMALL SIZED SONG
LOOKS In paper and cloth covers—for 6 cents and
upwards—for sale at
BERGHEIM CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market Street.
ANENDLESS lOSORTIfENT OF TOT
BOOKS PRIINVEO PRUNER ANOPAPER—eIceIy
eolored—for sale at -;
BBRGIMMik OBF.AP BOOKSI9BA
MISS C. RICHI.NGS
Respectfully announces to the intleens of Harrisburg and
Its adja c ent t o wn s , that she win glvo a Ckoncert at
BEAN'S HALL, piTURDAT EVENING,
~She wl/1 will be assiite by ber Patb
Ai R .A. PE TE R Dor C 11, I N
'BOR., CH . A . R . LES JARVIS,
lire very Popular Pianist froin'PhlladelPLla.'
MISS C. RICHINGS, in addition to gems of
Kilian, Frt Scotch and Irish composers,
'twill sing Lb lobrated French Hymn,
. - 1.-
ANGELS EVER BRIGHT AND FAIR,
And the patriotic *
THE STAR SPAN D SIMNEL
And recite Longfello'sw % , and oing:
i i ii.
II 1 A 'VT A.. 1 1 1 H'
Cards • dadssion Fifty Clents'ltieh.
Co be at • GNU'S Bookstore, CAmea's litWmaere,
and at the I ~.. oh the evening of the Concert. ti , .
Kg Hoare open at 734 o'clock Concert to commence
at 8 o ' clock.
ITN HE UNDERSIGNED having rened
to Harrisburg, and re-opened a BAKERY at 74:113
Second street for the nuinufacture orBREAD and cegia,
ROLLS and TWISTS, and all articles In Ida hue, respectM
ly invilos the patronage of his old customers, and of the
public generally, wished that he can give unliro sans-
Whim. [sep2d-d3l] GENMOS
100 MEN WANTED TO WORK ON
the FRANKLIN RAILROAD. for illfOrlllBlloll
all on A. J. JON IS, Harrisburg. aop264ltw
-THE CARPET STORE•
L persons wanting good and cheap
• CARPITING acid OIL CLOTHES, should go to
.10NEV SCORN, whero they can select from the /avast
and best stock in Harrisburg, at very low prices for casb.
No. 5 JONES' ROW.
'ant handeomeeloth MANTILWIS
'l. call aUJONES' STORE, where few" will
11 to select from. sim26d2W
hod a bean i.
U S OUTDONE.
OLD 0 1 4 HES ,MADE NEW !
H.A.vi e eurehased the right of Dau
phin and Perry counties for the sale and use of
It. W. &D. Devil' PATEN r CLOTHES DARNING ,COY.
POUND, for coloring and restoring Soiled and Faded
Garments to their original brilliancy ; and their ERASIVE
FLUID, for removing Grease, Tar and Paint from any
Garment without injuring Hite goods. I have opened a
room on the 'West side of Market street, ascend dair
below Dewperry alley, neat the Past Office.
For cleaning Clothing of every description, both Lame'
and Gssetastass' Ware, and also restoring any garments
that bevel' been stalned'or , frided, to their arterial color.
All I ask is fur persona to call and see the mimeos I hairs.
I guarantee to give satielkotion or no charge.
SULLIVAN. S. CHILD,
Sole Agent for Dauphin and Perry counties,.
Mrs. Wingless's Soothing Syrup.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
BURNETT'S COCOAINE NOR TUB HAIR.
Just received and for sale at the Drug Store of
.J. MARTIN Ltrrz.
ARE YOU SICK ?
ARE YOU SICK
ARE YOU SICK ?
DRUG STORE .
• • - •
No. 91 Market Street, Ono door bolow Fourth Street,
or one square west of Railroad Depot.
LIFE OF WASH.INGTOIN
BY, WAtIRINGTON /JIVING.
Sound ;',ln aiegant Antique Styles and Illustrated—ter
Sale at BERGNER'S CEouP 11 001030 RE,
61 Market street.
VVERYTHING IN THE DOA D
otatirotry line 4 ein be obtained at the'lowe takes
at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market street.
SUBLIME QUALITY _
MACHINE SEWING SILK,
The best quality of Black Silk, 411 Spools for Saving
Machines. All numbers for sale at
I)RY GOODS AND CARPET STORE.
No. 5 Jones' Row.
riBURNING FLUID AND- ALCOHOL.-
Having received from the Ma nu facturer,the Agency
or the tittle of Fluid and Alcoliol,. Am., will sell them at
Philadelphia Wholesale Prices, by the Barrel and Hall
Barrel. [sep22-dtf] A. ROBINSON le CV.
Q.T. GEORGE'S BANK COD FISH just
tep22-dtf A. ROBINSON & CO._
NOW IS THE TIME TO LAY IN
YOUR WAL !
CONSUMERS of goal who consult co*
fort will always lay la a good, c'ean article ; and by
Gaffing either at my itaidence, No. 11 market street, or
at my Wilco In Canal street, between Morketand Walnut
streets opposite the Depot of the Lebanon YaUey Rail
read, Limy can get the Tory article they Trent. I have
taken special oare, In flying in my stook, Lemmatise no
coal but what itt known to be It No. 1. Ilivela store
Lykens TOO . And Rkesbarre . tbil
of all tome" via :—Lear, fintamams, Beau; Eau and
NUT, which I will deliver to ans put et the town at as
LAW a Imes as the same qualltr of Coal, to the same
condition, Can possibly be procur ed -anywhere e'se in
town. I have also in store thereeMbrated oestrus
W Baltimore' &leapsax Coal. lig
Persone•wisblag coat bribe dir,Or Boat loan al elm
thricto, eau be accommodated.
I cocaine° to keep on band 131LICoRY, OAK and PINK
Opal warranted to be what it it sold for.
LADIES' TRAVELLING BS,
CABAS, PORT FOLIOS,
WRITING DESKS AND OASES, AL
A new and One amOrlialeut hut reCehnod au le
low for cash at
are sold at
And that the,flaest assortment of
F'AIICY ANIS TOILET ARTICLES
le to be found at
L'OR RENT.—A goad two-story BRICK.
BOMB corner Thin d stieet•ind Cherry alley.—
Possession given immediately. Amly to
JACOB SLIEL4 Ttraudeoe or Cer. B. A. 1131=124 ,josr. Church. '"
setae-awe or to D. W ORME, Treasurer.,
THA VU T TIME
FOR planting strawberries is just ben
The late balmy Wes have soaked the ground and'
hs yet early enough to secure s fair Crop of this de.
nal* fruit beat season.
rikt soy piece near Harrisburg wiser* reliable igape`
Yaa bbl etas nod in any greet q &entity, Is , slant
THREE GREAT • FRAC: S.
MI EMT MOO :WADI, earliest good free stone.
Tau amvrrte , largest cud beet yellow fro*.
Ter FICOOLVA, very hir l i a t very late, white and red.
Trees of the above sties fbr salt idlhe Soystou
Nursery, Harrisburg, • YIS s.l.so„per ,
$l6 per hundred. f pl B. A. MUHL
vac PußlEo .
.IHE undersigned appointed Commission
21_ ore by an act of the Legislature, approved 13th
April, MO, "to examine all claims not heretofore passed
"upon by the Canal Board fur work and labor dou ,e and
"services redered, lead materials furnished to and for
"the COMMlUlVietlVPennsylvania, on the MAIN LINT
"of the PENNSYL lA, CANAL, for Big yew swoe to
"the sale of the said eat to the .Peuesylvarda Railroad
"Comp will will meet for the performance of the dußes
lumgollpon them by sat& appointment, at the room
forielligy occupied by the f t:lanai Comethslanera in the
borough of Harrisburg,
On MONDAY, the 3d day or October next,
At 10 o'cock A. M.
lite said Commissioners will also aide same num and
planCtestualue the claims presented by the following
nam and refund to them for Investigation by
acts o lily passed at the last session of the Leglata
ture, 14 ; 8.- hiker,_ thithlipjfk
_White, John H.
Lnklg • AZ A & Winner; Themes St Henry
Bom: Woonaid, Heintzahnen & Mickley,
Burke d Jam:Fon.
JACOB Jr., Auditor OWL,'
-• • 'A EU 8., State Trehaorer',l
JNO. O. B:NOY, Attorney Gen%
Harrisburg, Septeiribeir 16; 1860. 'srablOdtt
SELLING CIIKILPTO BUM EITObIE
PLAIN, MOURNING AND FANCY FANS,
PURSES, PORTEMONNAIES AND WALLETS,
HAIR BRUSHES, SOAPS, POMADES,
VANILLA BEANS, fine article, CHEAP.
91 Market street
ably Amt. , stook or
BIBLES. CbMPRISING EVERY VARIETY,
From the Smitten Pocket to th gest sized aid angst
PA,Kt ed LES,
Rae Just been pur lved from the Fall
Trade Bales. Haring par eat
RETREBEELT _LOW RATES,
boy will be sold at ay ilainail advance.
Please call and exalt:Wl& stock at
GO TO .KELLER'S
GO, ; TO KELLER'S
WY TO `KELLER'S
AGRICITLYCIRAL SOCIETY I
EXHIBITION or 1869.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19.
TIIIIRSDAY, OCTOBER se.
VNTRIM can be made on and after Wed
:l2ll magi), tkairr6, at the egkst'of Wtri reap!". Agri
cultural Society, Bi3cond above Walnut street.
• - JOHN N. ZINGLM,
sep23-Atg WILLIAM D. BO^
ALL TILE' PDXTLAR NEW BOOM
/IL publkii6a.oia be obialnotat
lidltONllll% MAP BOOKSTO o p
61 Market trot.
to and look,a, them
COAL! COAL !
That the very bolt
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
KELLER'S. DRUG STORE,
KELLER'S, MARKET STREET;
ooe'itoor below Foertb
BRUMES'S CHEAP BooKsma4
Bt Market Strait.
ULEB WANTED."---For which Cash
Willbo paid at Illthler's Hotel, Reading. o'
sep2SlMt JAMEM THOMPSON.
IsTOyF4.9, ALL , THE
eal• at •
SCOTCH AND INDIA ALE
STONE AND GLASS.
YOUNGER'S SPARKLING, (Edo,bu r
YOUNGYR'S " (Abbey Er.A
MUIR & SON'S SPARKLING.
ALLSOPP'S INDIA. PALE.
R. DISHER & CO., (strong.)
HIB4RT'S LONDON. PORTER.
FINZI & WILLIAM'S STOUT,
DUCKWORTB & CO'S STOUT.
BARKLEY'S LONDON PORTER.
For sale at the lowest market ratty
o polite the Court 11,,p,
University of Marylan
`SCHOOL OF MEDICINE,
THE FIFTY-SECOND SESSIoN %col
MONDAY, OCTOINIEtt 77, 14'10
FA CV L T Y :
N. R. M. D. Principles mud how.: of S ,r 5 ~
W. E. A. AIKEN, K. D. Chemistry slid I . ha, u „. ) " •
SAIWEL mew, Y. D, Principles and Practic,,..l li,
JOSEPH ROBY, K. D., Anatomy and P1.r.10t..„, : ,
O. W.IIHLTRNBERGER, K. D., Otmternizi.
_ . . .. ... .
CHARLK3 FRICK, M. D., Materia Medics ati.111,..i
B. B. SMITII, M. D., Detnonstrator of Anat.qo,
CLINICAL INSTRUCTION is given Rt
Infirmary, situated near the University, MI I
idatriculates of the School throughout the .r
,g 9 fur the full course, 19u ; t
Graddatton, $24 ; Traction Anatomy, $lO.
*Prof. N. R. SMITH, ao Ask Litant Lecturer k
Will supply any deficiencies lu the Anal. , n,
consequent upon the ill health of l'ror. Rut
GEORGE W. 1111.TF:Nlit
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSITLIANI
ATERM OF TELLS INSTITUTIoN
cotomeoce on the 21 of OCTOBER u, IL.
s are Cho outlixts of the I velure,
Olgt.ll. P. WIE3TLING
Hon. George Sluuswood- I'erser,6 l'er
property and Mercantile law
Prof. P. McCall, Evidence.
Prof. E Spencer Miller, Equity jlitiniaul
Every effbrt is made to render this lnsi.tur. n•
for the purpose It has is view. The ,
(manly sad carefully clammed, legal qua -L:
cussed and exercises to writing from
By the rules of the courts, the time oceui.e.t
treated as equivalent, for most purposes t,, ~0,.
hi entitled to admission to the bar, and when Liam
the court below, a graduate of this Institutt,m
at once in the Supreme Court.
The introductory . lecture will be dellveresl ,t 1 it:.
SEPTEMBER 30th. at 8 o'clock P. M.. at the u•4li
room, b(♦ the Hoe. George Shars‘rold.
91 Market Stretsi
AGRICULTURAL STATE FAI
September 27th, ASth, SOtb, and Aiti. 1.;
WILL BE ISSUED FROM ALL
=NS ON THR PENNSYLVaI'iI.4 R.AI/3
September 25th to 29th, Inclusive to PhileMpho
for return trip on all regular traits to and
usual stuppiog pianos, until October let, inclunlvo
SECURE TICKETS BEFORE TAKING SLI:
IN THE CARS.
Conductors will not be authorised to sell Er,
lykets from points where the Company has as A .
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
!attended fur exhibition—Live Stc.ck
VI/U1 he canted to Philadelphia at regular toll ebeel
I and upon the owner, or shipper, signing a roloaso
hog that the Pennsylvania Railroad Company 11411
held responsible for any loss, or damage, which
: • alned lb transportation, or while In the ears, or
or said cOmpany, the articles exhibited V. I .
t~nraedic the place of shipment, PRER or cu.!,
showing on presentation of the Company's r. .
that Toll Sheet rates had been paid for ilk
portation of mid articles to the Fair, and that a
as above elated bad boon given. In case the
placed on fthibltion shall not have been sold dur
"Palr;the charges paid for transportation will be r.r,.
'llion the owner produclog.a certificate to that ON t.
the President of the Agrlcteltural Society, %hid,
cats atialhbe endorsed by the Agents 01 this t... ,
_ . . .
TO BE HELD
ORIPTZMBKR 9Tth, Nth, 519th and UN
UftBloN TICKETS AT It Ell'
.*_ll EtArei win be issued from al.l. fl ATIOss.
Rart.Aern Central Railway, from Septetuber
inchwive, to Philadelphia.
Tickets good for return trip on all Regular Tr,
etobar 9d inclusive.
sir Bemire Tickets befbre taking seals In tb ,
1 EXOURSION TICKETS cannot be precut ,
A. B. WAIWor,
Mks( Engineer etni
SUGAR CURED EXTRA HANTS,
41YRUS V. MAYS, A. M.,
MALE and FEMALE Pt!pan of l6
of nine years and upwards recco, cd
to any of the comodUee.
The School Year Is divided Into Two Terui
First Ibm—From the drat Monday or BePterD
second Monday of February.
&VOW Ilm—From the second Moodily of
the second Monday In July.
• ' Prima per *rat, without any ezera ,ha,gni
First dies sid Third Clod
Second Mass $l4l I Fourth Clays..
The 11.11 term of this Institute will CUIllfilellc: o.
drat Monday of September, 1859.
It has met with encouragi ng SUCCeSs durit.g
time It his been üb, , for which theromi , i :,
leave to return their sincere thanks, end tbe) o"",
oFsottully sehoit the continued flavorings (. 4 7 '
Parents and guardians may rest aSsUred that ,vL ,"
tion will be given by the Principal as Well a, I ,
Inittße, to the pupils committed to their t
toil left undone which may contribute tomake
worthy or their entire multi:lance. All t h e tire.,.:.
learning from the elementary toned loLltial4,LTl-:.
nary to at the pupil tbr entering the Freshnue.
more climes of Onglege are taught to ttos t ebo -,
ser Conununicallobs - by mail may he AdJr'''
Rug * F:Keiker, Chairman of the Common ,
MERRY WARD sEEiri o
TN addition to the intereetibg
laahcii ha every successive number J"`' •
the Puhilsher is hippy to announce thst
morning BMW= of Bay. 1111:11T WARD BAC'
pear exclusively ,. lu tW columns every
the clay reports given to the press will,
iokfreei the Author's own hand. eiaaq ot ,
andlibutto*. arca* following WOll-k l / 1 3 1 rD
muidiifluewr BEECHER Fr ih ,
EO.• B. CHEEVER ,
JOHN G. WHITTIER
Terme—Two Donsts able td:d
year' paya ble
40enrilL H. itletiAli n ;,
No. 6 Beekman Street No'
.: lea BALE BY ALL NEWS ASESTS.
TO BB HELD AT
PLAIN HAMS at 12 1 0. per 1 ,
For gale by Wll. I,:h
THIRD AND CHESTNUT STREET',
R. F. 101:mut., D. W. thio , v.
A. J. Bus, El[yaw. Z.