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sday Afternoon, September 21, 1859.
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--There was a dense fog here this
•wing, "ibick enough to cut with a knife,"
hiding old Sol from view until a late hour
the forenoon• This's regular ague weather,
' people who have a horror of the "shakes"
uld expose themselves as little as possible.
'ett TIIK FAIR —A large number of our dil
1, ladies and gentlemen, left yesterday awl
lay for Philadelphia, to attend the State
and "see the sights" generally, in that
r. The weather being favorable, they will
doubt have I/ pleasant time.
DANONOUS Vierroa.—On Sunday mottling a
lan, residing near Allison's 1411, while
log some articles of clothing from a largo
:et, discovered a huge snake coiled up in
bottom of the basket. She summoned her
ieband, who killed the unwelcome Intruder.
11 01 Tin P011001113. -A mammoth Porker,
lhly the largest and heaviest in town, may
teen on the premises of Mr. M'Ciellan, at
foot of Walnut street. The most singular
tire of the huge animal is its outward co
hag, which is black as ebony and curly as a
tine African's wool.
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS, of the most bewa
il styles, may be obtained at city prices, at
store of Mr. Lee, No. 61 Market Square.—
lee who want good and fashionable articles
old give him a call. Be also sells all goods
his lino at wholesale, on as favorable terms
they can be purchased in the cities. -I-
haunt Format. —The Jewish Festival of
Hosh•inna, or New Year, will commence to-
row evening et five o'clock, at which time
new Synagogue will be dedicated with ap•
)priats and imposing ceremonies. This fes
s!, which is strictly observed by the Jewish
Alton, will continue until Friday evening
:t. The Synagogne wilfbe open for all citi
who wish to attend the services.
'lll CAMPAIGN OPENZD.—The first People's
Wing of the season was held last evening in
imago township. The young and active
of the party turned out hi large numbers,
the interest manifested elbows that all le
It in Coming°. Excellent addresses were
veered by Cokatet Herr and Major Mtliame,'
iula the' imifild listened to with fateiral
tpoutleil to with, enthusiasm.
MORS GARBLING ON SUNDAY.—On Sunday last s
'ear itadabaugh, while passing Porter's Fut;-'
ie, had his attention called to a party of
d Individuals, who were amusing theneselv
playing cards in the office near the bride
liade a descent upon the crowd s but t
rite, noticing his appproach, fled precipitately,
ving behind thew a pack of vitals and wing
ley. Jake Jones, Bill Watkins and Joe
, were the only individuals recognised.—
officer is on the look-out for the scanipi,
will no doubt succeed in capturing Meth.
A UNE TINVIIANOII Mauna wan held at
•icannon on Saturday. Gen. Riley, of New
41, delivered an address, and some of the .
Iperance men of Harrisburg went up to beer
Feat Reformer. Why don't the advocates
.ital abstinence in our town "wake up to life
and temperance too," hold meetings and
the ball In motion? There lea vast amount
work to do In this field, and the friends of
feting humanity should not be Idle. Grog
is are multiplying in our midst, and inteqe
iee is fearfully on the i?erease, t esPeclellY
mg the "young and rising generation.
not speedily refdtmed, schViW of them will
habitual druolakide, s dtettilOd tb *sit
millet, ttud w nulattow to community.
DRUNK IP 80111. ..—.—.
—Aboutaline o'clock Ifet
Ight, on our way ,litispiilkorn the office, 1,0
til t s
it six boys -non if them exceeding sixteen
Ars of age- a g under the influence of
aorieriting drink nd Indulging In language
itit would make lin a confirmed blackguard
Audi, We judgeCtrom the conversation of
the laths that they~ ad been visiting a lager
beer shop in same(olutcure locality. There are
scores of these fleat town, where minors art'
harbored and Epode rent, sod the Police would
mailer a great benefit upon community br crush
ing them out. It la at lager beer shops where
.abits of intemperance are contacted by our
youth, for theft are the only places at which
they can obtain intoxicating beverages; and we
have no doubt that all of them—licensed and
unlicensed—daily sell to minors. Let the law
be Strictly enforced, Intl the offenders punished
RN /UR roe OUR Youso BRADERS.- 7 ln view
,of the sacrifices made by'a mother in behalf of
her children, how pitiful to see the unfeeling,
unkind returns too frequently made. A son
should, under no provocation whatever, suffer
himself to present to hie mother a countenance
Wreathed otherwise than with the sweet smile
of affection, or address her with any other aunt
the kind words of love. Ile should let hie right
band forget Its cunning, rather than forget
to do the smallest duty towards her, and his
tongue cleave to the roof of his mouth before
it addresses one uhkind word to the ear of one
who has 'eh SO many aoziett in his behalf
oung men I thy mother fishy best earthly
friend. The world may forget thqe—thy
mother never ; the world may wilfullylfolo thee
many wrongs—thy mother never ; the world
me, Persecute thee while living, and when
dead, plant the ivy and the night shade of slan
der upon thy grandees grave--but thy mother,
Will love and cherish thee while liviugAtud, if
she survive thee, will weep for thetawheli dead,
such tears as none but a insottlei knows hOW„.tio,
weep. Love thy mother 1
ALL 'IOU LATE. WEAKLY PRPSRS, Magazines RID I
popular publications are for sale at &MOSER'S
cheap Bookstore, 51 Market street.
Pirraserto Fralusx.—A delegation of twen
ty six firemen, representing the entire fire de
partment of that city, passed through here this
morning at six o'clock en route for Ptsiladel.
phis, to witness the trial of engines at the Fair.
r 27, '69
Tue '.l3trrrox" ENGINZ will be taken to Phila
delphia to-morrow evening, in charge of a com
mittee of the Citizen company, to compete for
the first prize at the State Fair. A large dele•
gation of the company will also leave for the
city on Thursday night, for the purpose of wit
nessing the trial. We feel confident that if the
"Button" has a fair show she will win the prize
Tun Witsrusa.-We are now blessed with as
pleasant autumnal weather as could be desired.
After the long protraeteg cold and "wet spell,"
the golden sunshine aiid , balmy atmosphere are
appreciated by all classes; and by none more
than the ladies, who, with smiling faces and
light hearts, throng our principal promenades
these delightful afternoons, and keep time with
flying tea to the music of rustling silks.
A Vicrrat or ma Comp.—The other night
one of ir *lce Officers lotind a fellow' lying
in the market house. excessively drunk. The'
officer roused him up, and finding him to be a
stranger, asked hilif,,how' he happened to get
such an immense "load on." The chap replied
that he had an attack of the chills, and was
told by a friend that if ha would "get good and.
drunk, and roll about the streets, be would be
cured and no mistake." He took the friend's
advice and rolled as far as the Market house,
fronivibence the officer rolled him to the Wal
nut street institution.
ASSAULT AND BATTlRT.—Yesterday Franz
Mayer, a German shoemaker in Walnut street,
was arrested by officer Becker, for assault and
Watery on a son of Mr X. Miller. It appears
that Mayer bad been for some time annoyed by
a crowd of juveniles, who refused to leave his
premises, and becoming irritated, he threw a
last, which, striking the window shutter, re
bounded, hitting yciung Miller in the mouth
and loosening some of his teeth. emit a hear
ing Mayer was bound over to answer, at the
next Court, 'a, charge of assault and battery.
Dix Rios's GittAT Snow.—Friday next Is the
day on which this novel exhibition is to visit
Harrisburg, and the shop will doubtless draw
out crowds of spectators, both afternoon and
evening. In Connecticut, where Circuses are
prohibited under very severe penalties, the
"Great Show" was readily licensed, and the
Hartford Cburanr,in speaking of the exhibition,
says: "The performance! were in every respect
equal to the promises, In Rice's jokes there
was nothing to offend Abe most fastidious, and
In the whole performance nothing that could
induce anybody to regret their attendance "
Pan has recently sneered vent severely by the
enesiilAtatornandlikr numerous friends he this
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fan Stlasofkrar Sroay.--A story has, tom ki
04461 eiroulatipa far two or three days, to tke
efkiektimtjtatof our town was attackdd
On ilikii Vbiliiiitt about tsriedlcoek
at night, , ettdivin by a blow from %Ann
shot, yokbei, 4#twgged doWA Chestnut otreSt l
to the other ekkg , of the canal, Asia° he was
left in a hell*" condition. After diligent In
guloy o we are forged ipthe conclueku that the 4
is no truth In the stoitso .far as regal*
assault and robbery. •We learn that a gent i
man did sustain some injury on the night in
quesPon, but the enemy who overcame blip,
though powerful enough to master a 8004
ow .; and ste l a away his brains, was not a high
way 'robber armed with a slung shot. Tangle
foot whisky can make a man imagine all , sorts
of ridloulons things.
SUOVIST ILIOTAXiai.—The Patriot and ad".
of eithi morning, *mount:6Bloe capture and
arrelt, by *Roar Becker, of John Marshal,
13larttel Haupt and the colored ineirOoolt, es
aceolliplices of David lilachany (now in prison) ,
in the robbery of Scott's restanfink" he. , Our
neighbor is slightly mistaken. Marshal and
Iltifipavit not been captured at all, but are
lI In large.- The writ for their arrest is in
tiorfbestdcr of ofificer,Radabaugh who, last night
eollOck, was on a tour 'after them
Po Ma eit kelow town; wittiathey*Were said
*be , tint dld riotaireeW ;in finding,
them. Cook, the colored man, suspected .of
having participated 102 ice robbery of Mr. Scott,
was arrestextby etileeritetaahenlit and commit
ted by Agiiiigribiltdir. He wig, hoWever, re
leased.fahoritelacia yesterday, the evideoce
lillabtili tilit' . .14110011NtlatilIclent to werruht hie ,
dettaikrireirillill. Machany was first arrested
.044411841 to *la* by aloes; Radabaugh, but
rokfilereently a commitment was issued by Joe
dew Snyder, on another charge, against the
'who man, but under another name. 'The.
Pitrier and Union does injustice to officer Rada:
baugh, and gives Decker a great deal of-credit
to which he is not entitled. WO presuinck
however, it was done unintentionally.
Allman Now INverriox.,t4tationg the many
new inventions , of the day, we were dump a
new patent Shirt, and we must` acknowledge
that we were much pleased with It. Among
the many advantages of this Shirt over those
of alt other patterns in use, the following are
prominent, via : It is made with less mateilal;
It fits better ; it keeps in its place in every part,
whatever flexions of the body may be requir
ed ; it is delightfully cool in warm weather,
sparing the wearer all the annoyance and die.
comfort arising from the common amigos ma.
terlal in the Shirt ; and it requires pot the
substitution of thicker Drawers, to adapt it to
winter wear with equal comfort. Norman who
has worn a Shirt of auy pattern heretofore in
use, but has experienced the annoyance or the
Shirt working up in ridges, and requiriog fre
quent adjusting and replacing with the hand,
not to mention the universal tendency of the
bowls to work up and , bulge out ; and who .has
not felt, in warm weather, that alteElhirt M
diet upon him an unnecessary degree of heat.
We presume that our furnishing stores Mill
hare the same for sale la a raw ' duyp, 49 we
4 9 0 .**P l i t ,thei r fr* *PM Je l l after the 44
nuudigus ate fully lamed. •
penns t guanio Mail° acle ci raph, drueskto 'Afternoon, Otpteirtber V. 1859)
HONOR TO THE MEMORY OP SCHILLER -WI: learn
that the Germans of Hariisburg contemplate
celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of
the birth-day of the great Gilman poet Schiller,
by an appropriate public demonstration. We
notice by our exchanges that this will he done
generally throughout the country, especially
in the cities and principal towns where there is
a large German population. ..
LONO TRAlN.—Twelve large passenger cars,
all crowded to their utmost capacity, left the
Pennsylvania Railroad depot yesterday for
Philadelphia. The travel over this road will
lie immense duliug the progress of the State
Fair. The tars' over ithe- Central
Railroad, from the north, also clime Crowded
with passengers bound fur Philadelphia.
IUBICAL! s a filo istfaiu,". remarked
a gentleman this morning, alluding to a Itidy
singer who was "piling on the agony." A preco
cious lad who heard the remark, replied, "Yes,
but if she strains Mirch more she will bust."--
We mentally endorsed the lad's sentiment.
We love good vocal inutile—plain, steeple, un
affected, old-fashioned singing—and detest the
faabionahle operatic "screeching" now so com
mon in musical circles.
PLaHTY of a ANS.—Every variety of game is
abundant in this county, and the sportsmen
have a good lime. A biped of ours, who was ,
out on a gunning expedition yesterday, bagged
a nninberi of squirrels; awl, 1.04, this fmleer
large in size and " fat as butter." Squirrels
make a dainty dish, when •propbrly cooked ;
and the wonder is that more of this kind of
game hi not brought to Market" by ont rural
friends. They would find ready sale for it at
OLD CLOTHES MADE New—We visited the
shop of our young friend, Mr. Sullivan S. Child,
this morning, and witnessed the operation of
converting old clothes into new ones, by means
of the patent clothes dressing and cleaning
compound, and aro satisfied that it is one of the
most useful inventions extant. No matter how
much soiled a garment may be, iu a very short
time it can be thoroughly cleansed, restored to,
its original brilliancy and color, and mitde to
look good as new. Those who have old cast off
clothing, can save the purchase of new, by leav
ing them with Mr. Child, who will renovate
them for a small remuneration. Read his ad
vertisement and give him a call. -.
A FAST JUVENILE ROBBING A Lrrrta GIRL.—
Last evening a little 'girl, daughter of, an up
town citizen, while passing:di:mit Second street
on her way to a candy shop, , watt approached by
a rough looking lad, appar ently about ten or
twelve years of age.. Asoertaining the object
of her misslon,anifhow much 'money she - bad,-
(three pennies,)„the is4, , Snalehed them out of
her hand, and ran rapidly down Pine street.—
The cries of the little girl, attracted two. or
three gentlemen, one of whom, after _hearing
her story, started , In •• pursuit. at -Abe juvenile
Wei r but Jailed to overtake . him.. Thu lad who.
committed that dishobeit act, may go unat
led and uupunishitdjsftw-.. but the strong p .
Laity is that bend thil.eateer, thus 1
menced, ; in i tit . penitentiary or upot , the ,
Jews, unless trained differently l/pi - what ti
has been he!cWfore . Fur his owllgake, we bo ,
be may be detected and properly reprimanded:
for success in.swall thieving operations will no
doubt lead Lim on step by step to the corn 4
m 1101400( greater crimea r
OIING MEN'S CLUB."—In justice to a num-,
par of worthy young men in town who formerly'
'composed an association under the above title'
and occupied Zenith Pallery , . we deem it proper
to state that the original club long since dis
banded, mobtofithe members uniting with the
Wushington Library Association. They were
inicct4ided by an association of boys, from four'
teen `to eighteen years of age, who assumed the
title of the original club, and continue to meet
in the same room. It was to this club we bad
reference iii our last listitiel;tiridtthe sooner it is
crushed out, the better will it be for its mom
gent t ee idet iiftfadd; vihr: obglit tit bh tied to
their mothers' apron strings, spending Or
evening` hours in club rooms, away fl' ail
parental restraint, is simply, ridiculous. Zb6re
they learn to,drink and, pular, smoke and chew
tobacco, play cards , and take primary lessons*
in rowdyisin gaily 'b o ys in town'frequent the
den alluded . to, whose patents are.not aware of ,
the fact ; and we call attention to it, in order
that measures may be taken for,a prompt abate:
4a. + 3 sk ,
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went of the nuisance.
, al? triv
A 14IW IDIA 1-:=reriOni isioiqg a eir
hitilio l 4llViv
and before casting it aside and saying,. Otiume t
'WE .4LclutiPattita t. (=nor of At Li "tod, Market
Wbere they can specimens of "the hew sib
torn of drawing. This'systein enables pOrecns
to draws ,maps, .lan ~ portraiw e vilk pir
torte' Of all kinds to'inSriii.e. Photoo4l4
be enlarged to life sine, (Read what timidly
at Millersvilleend in Lancaster)
NoiLAL ECHO*, Millersville, Sept. 2.;
We the undersigned, have carefully tested S.
Jpigoonte new system, of drawing, and do
hereby certify that it coincides in every particur
lar with' the descriptien givita , in his circular,
and that we do not hesitate to recommend it te
the public as one Of the simplest and Most
beautiful systannsof dmvring we. have ever seen.
Alice Brady, S. Z. Sharp ! L. G. Binkly, J.
Lineaweaver, J. P. Miller, W. G. ;Lehman, if.
Hoak, P. B. Urich, 0. H. Kurtz, W.
S. T. Davis, H. S. Hoak, O. S. Fabnestock, G.
L:•De . pg, A. W. Shuman, F. M. Hanck and
L&NCASTYR CITY, Sept. 6.
We fully concur with and corroborate the ,
above statement : D. Fulton, Heavy Kelly, F.
M. Sewell; H. B. M'Creary, Prof: of Penman •
Ship lR the Lancaster hterebantile C4lege, Jno.
W. Frantz . A. Greenawalt and J. 3: Cake. „.
TIIK regeived a aew invoice of Howard
p dr.004., CLOCEDi, amtug thaM Church
Gallery Marble Clock. ,(1I aid sea ,them et Um
juulT-Zu - NAGLE WORKS.
gl et )Eit' CO.'S N thikOVABLE'CRIM
1g,104441: t INN vkiptiqt. pireparatko. in &is
'tidal pbd and lldr; null linen Hirai:her
neatetyle, for only Lin ciente AL
t CALLIIIVS RUG IMRE,
91 Kirk , i .craft
HAILTA - Nli CIGARS, au4 Un
saokod," ter WOO. :-.A.A4BUiWIt up a
MARKETS BY TMLEGRAPH.
PuneDawn's, Sept. 27
Flour held ;with rather more firmness under
the favorable advices from abroad; but the
market for flour is in a very lifeless condition;
only 6000 bbls. were disposed of, for export, at
$6 for fresh ground superfine and $6 for fancy.
Rye flour steady at $4 and corn meal at $3 50.
There is rather more demand for wheat and
supplies come forward slowly—sales 4,000 bus.
at $1 17®S1 18 for good red, and $1 25®$1
36 for white. Rye is in demand and has ad
vanced-1500 bus. new sold at 80®83c. Corn
in fair request and 6,000 bus. yellow brought
87®88e. Oats have advanced one cent-4500
hue. new Delaware sold at 38c. In groceries
there is mote doing--sales of Cuba sugar at 6®
6ic and Rio coffee at 11®12,1. Provisions have
an advancing tendency. New cloverseed is
selling al. $6 25g55 624. Wool looking up and
40 000 lbs. sold at 384@t60c per lb., cash, the
latter rate for fine. Whisky lower-500 bbls.
Ohio sold at 27c.
Nsw - Yoix, Sept 27:
Flour advanced 10c--sales 14000 Ws. at $4
41 C,S6 50 for State ; $5 15®$5 35 (or Ohio ;
$ $6 20 for southern. Wheat buoyant--
holders demand an advance which checks the
demand, and only 7000 bus. were sold this
morning. Corn boson advancing tendency and
931 is refused for mixed. Pork buoyant at
$l5 95416 for mess and $lO 871 for prime.—
Lard steady. Whisky held at 27e, buyers offer
BALTIMORK, Sept. 27.
Flour steady. Ohio and Howard $5. Wheat
acii ve and biioj'ant-12,000 bush. sold at aired
vance of 3 to 6 cents ; white $1- 20®$1 50 ;
red $1 10a$1 15.- Corn- buoyant ; white 84
485cte, yellow 86. Provisions active. 'Bacon
sides 101, bless pork $l6. Whisky steady.
OUR INTERESTS ••
ALWAYS GOVERN US!
AND to prove what is the true policy
of a liberal public wanting
ALL_ KINDS OF DRY GOODS,
is for them to call
AT JONES' STORE, HARRISBURG
where they can purchase from a VELVET ROBS at $lOO,
down through all the styles and qualities or Silks and
Dress Goods IMPORTED AND IN SEASON.
Also--Elegant styles of Merino and Wa
tered Dress Goods
for the present and approaching season with cat Me new
names attached. SHAWLS of all modern styles. New styles
of MANTILLAS of every qual ty, together with all kinds
of dry goods that may be wanted.
CARPETING AND-OIL CLOTHS.
6 000 yards Venitian Ingrain and Hemp Carpeting.
1,500 yards Tapestry and Brilssels, Floor Cloths, Oil
Cloths all patterns and widths.
The above invoice being probably the largest stock re•
calved at any ono time by any Harrisburg Madan; is
offered low for Cash, without further comment, at
JONES , 'STORE,
sept 1442 w Harrisburg, Pa.
8800 WORTH OF
KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES
KID GLOWS, KID GLOVM, KID GLOVES,
KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES, KID OLOVES,Jim GLOVES,
KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES,
For Ladies' and Gents' of any No. in .
Ladies' White,. . Ladies' Black,
Ladies' Colored White,
Gents' B l ack , Gents'
AtteuEsolored and Imported, exaregly for my own sales
Sol t at no other place than
CUTTICART , S,
neat to the Harrlstburg rank,
aa , CATKIN FLAMM% ~1
Sack. - 71.t.
Tiamelliac.; am, ao.
Jivers.=liclo.of Goods lo
*oak, aid at the vary loved
ANOVER BUCKSKIN GLOVES.
LARGE STOCK—WHOLESALE and
'Atll R4AIL at the lowediel i des at CATBCARIV;
ttepr No. 14 !duke' Square .
• TWE O PARMItREIEEXP,
THE undersigned has this day aisociated
with himself T. L. CATHCART, And under the firm
ATHCART & BROTHER, will cOnttrue the Dry Goods
b1:191X1058 in all its branches at the old starill, No. 14 MAR.
itzr SettAae, noxyloor to the Harrßburg Bank.
The undersigned, thankful for the liberal patronage
erelofdre extented, would call the attention of the public
to their large stock of Voralgn anid Domestic Dry , Gixsis
aid Gallons. IVA treated *elks for purchasing o 1
very lowest ntres, y are able to comma with any
*her eetablishments CATHCART & BROTHER.
CATHCART. (.40p46] T. L. CATHCART.
. R. AUCARTHY,
PI3OTOGRAPEIT from miniatide'fb life
else colored In Oil, Water Colors and Illiiitik.
All orders ton at Keet's Gal lery—ouo LiamY'ErCtothing
ail—win receive prompt atteoooll.- sepe.asm
-'... . A L r ,„...,..,
V. TA Paraso s & Umbrellas,
pi. j ', i Ak4RKERetSRI4,64I.V;t t *i ,- '. 61.
atisli:ll.l, .0 I 5i.)34J41-43- .
'HE subscriber respectfully informs the
public that be bas established a miumfactory of.
RELLAS, PARASOLS, WALKING CANES AND
Ili a' yileg, at the above address. After many years'
runes - in the business as 'se practical man he can
confidence state that orders for any or the above
Boned goads' intrusted to: him wilt meet with such
i talon as wilt give satisfaction to his patrons. &
noy 140d8 rOpsited . alwjiys on hand,
,-- `(As well , as What dim products himself.)
Philadelphia, New YorkAnglish, French
I' and Gemini Goods.
. . .M. H. 'LEE, Proprietor.
• N. B,—Particular-and prompt attention given to the re•
pairing and covering of Umbrellas and Parasols.
FISHING TACKLE !
- FISHING TACKLE I
;I , p TACKLE!
AWES C NE li NE S I
ANES! CANES!! CA.NESI
pANESI CANESII CANES!
ATzf AT AT
AT AT AT
KELLER'S! &SUER'S! I KELLER'S!
KELLER'S! SELLER'S ! KELLER'S 1
KELLER'S! KELLER'S ! I KELLER'S
91 91 91
or 91 * - 91
91 91 91
Market St. Market St. Market St.
TIMM A. N MT ' S
.1 . ~.. V4FAMTED , AND„ RELIABLE
may be obtained from the Principal DRUGGISTS and
Paint Dealers throulhout thatinited States, (Naiades and
Weet Indies or of the Manufacturer
Ti.'F. TIEMANN & CO., .
, ' - • 128 William Street,
...„ . ~. NEW YORK,
Firma 'MOM Dryer, 'Chrome Crams, French Zinc
Irkitee, American Zinc Whites, Solthle Wash Blue fur
LiKndry Perianies. Phastiu Nips, Viirmillktns, Chrome
iirdiPTT ~ C olors la Water ,. Blacks, Chinese, Yellows and
Vii Paula Gram, Permanent Emerale Greens lor,
Blindly.. " "a general Stock or Palate both dry ..tud
grasikela - . 1 123'W11Ibititlereet, NiarYork. -
T. • . .
WErr ItftANOYI4OR i'RESEDVINde--
wedidukdd 'daily-ion—just 'received add for
M. DOCK, is.
SHERI AND DOOR . AIOSIC.
ORGAN HARMONIUMS AND
VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES, &C.,
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE IN GENERAL.
No. 9,2 Market Street.
SOLE AGENT for the sale of Schomacker
& Co's., celebrated Pianos and Mason & Hamlin's
Melodeons aud Organ Harmoniums, by special appoint.
New l lanes and Melodeonsalways-ou hand. Second
hand instruments taken as part payment for new ones.
Sheet Music of all kluds train a leading publishing
Housedu Philadelphia t t ;
Oitiveni and others Onsirfrig Instruments, Sheet or
Hoek N' ashy.' e respectfully invited to call at N 0.92 Market
street, or they, will be, waited upon by making their
wishes known to W. HHOCHM.
All orders, by wail or mberwlse. will be promptly at•
to ides iO. mar2sily-rd-jun27
NEW MUSIC,„ STORE.
No. 93 Market Street, Harlitsburg.
MUSICAL: NEWLAND= GENDMATILY.
3E l ' MA. 1V (C 1 l 3 ,
-101JU'PES, - - '
0. C. B. CARTER.
MUSICAL , INSTRUCTIONS.
ITENRY C. ORTII gives inttructions on
Mt the Tiano . Forte, , Mblodeon Violin , and Violoncello.
Terms moderate. Retidenee Th i
rd street between Mar
ket and Chestnut streets. sep'2o dl m
PROF. 'ADOLPH' P. TEUPSER - ,
WOULD ,reginectfully inform. his old
Patronised' Ilse public generally, that' he will
continue to give Instructions on the PIANO FORTE, MR
.I.ODEON, VIOLIN and also In the science QC-THOROUGH
BASS. pleasuie . wilt upon- totipils at =their
homes a - hour desired, or lessons will be given at
his resider ',lu Fourth. street, above Walnut.
Select SelairoliOr Bioys and:Girls.
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCVST.
T).; Fall4 - olin of ROBERT, VE .. yirgE'S
id for boy' s, will open s on The last Monday In
August. The room is well ventilated; comfortably fur
nished, and in 'every respect well adapted for spool
C.XTUAKINS iI'XI.WEE'S School for girls ; kacatild lu
the same building, will open fur the fall Wm at the lame
time. The room ha. 3 been elegantly fitted up timing the
vacation,tii pOriote the health and comfort of scholars.
MESDAMES CHEGARAY & D'HERVIM'S,
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
CASTOS ELan ova,
Waal FLAN 11118,
•fladineorre, ao., en
as hue. I. have. now a Jul
FOR YOUNG LADIES. '
N 0.4809 Logan Square, Vine SL, Phtbn
MADAME CHEGAR&Y reapiebtfollyin--
forms'her friends and the nubile fn general;
independently of her Boarding and Day School. directed
by berselfand her tdece,,Mattame Prevost, hußew York,
she intends, in connention with her niece, Iladnnie
WHervilly, openingin Phtladelphit, an Instltution„. on
precisely the same phut as the one above mentioned
The Principals will answer applications and remits
visitors, on and after the 12th of September, and.the
School will op. n on the 16th seplo-dim
W. A. CATHCART,
THE CHEAP BOOKSTORE
IS I;OOATED AT
140. X5l Street,
NEXT TO 'HERIVS-110TEL
A LARGE AS - SORTMENT.,OF
RELIGIOUS AND STANDARD WORKS.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND SOLD
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
DAN RICK'S GREAT SHOW,
Ato Elpehant that Walks the; Tight-Ropet
THE FAMOUS HORSE EXCELSIOR 1
THOSE COMIC SIDLES
THE DANCING HOVES, DANIEL WBB3TER AND
The lielleitit Mitgfatig - Surektt; and the
T } tallied Spiting:ant
=x ;de uncanonat:
NITA AREAL COLLECTION
"R AINED;`.ANIMAL S,
UR RUCHED RHINO
A MONSTER CIRCUS TROOP I
THE GREAT ORIGINAL AMERICAN numomsr
DAN DICE mistsimmi
Will Natiblt hi Harrisburg, Friday
MOST P,OSITI TILT FOR ,ONE, DAY ONLY.
. . ,
Will posiiively perform In the Ring I
Btua well known every where in America to require any
putfrey ttlial lila pasitibiV itee
THE TRAINED RHINOCEROS!
THE ?RAINED RHINOCEROS!
THE DANCING ELEPHANT I
. THE , 1411CING EIRPRANT I
THE - COMIC MULES !
THE , COMIC MULES !
1X ADINTION TO •
THE BEST CIRCUS
THE BEST CIRCUS
Afternoon Performance commences at 2.. q, and Nigh
Performance atlX o'clock, P. 14..
sir This Exhibition i 4 unlike any other in the 'World,
and hie Laygest in _America
Aidnallsalon . .t:5 Cents. No Reserved Seats.
For particulars see Large and Small Bills lathe pried.
Wll.l Apo EXHIBIT AT
MIDDLETOWN, Thursday; Soptitaber 2916.
CARLISLE; Saturday, October lit. •
COACH MAKING .
E'ST ,P,I. S.HMENT.
rintli.subitcrilier respectfully informs the
j_ citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity, that he .hl4B
G?elltri/ e 4?1, 1 1 cibiciEcUKlHs6b iu all its
firen hetha, ihopin Mixer arai, Nun Fovirrn..-•
UaVin vectinee! the service* of the best meolsanim lu
each of, the departments, and giving his emir personal
attention be.all week: dons at his shop, he reels,eare in
_Mg work. '7Ol compare favorably with that
Aux or the law ,Paiticulas atttmlion the,
,t4diAnturfhig or Wheel A• iaP4WtANG neatly and sub-.
stall/10 dose, ind at the time . ,
WE beg leave to call the atten
tion of the Tiede, and more
especially the Physicians of the
country, to two of the most popu
lar remedies now before - the publit..
We refer to
Dr. Chas. D'Lane's Cclanded
Vermifuge and Liver Pills.
We do not recommend them as
universal Cure-alls, but simply for
what their name purports, viz.:
.For ; _expelling,,Worms
fiuman system. It -,,Worms
administered with the most satis
factory results to' various Anirkals
subject to Worms.
THE LIVER PILLS,
For the cure of LIVER COMPLAINTS,,
all BILIOUS • DERANGEMENTS, SIC!'
READ-ACHE, &C.' In cases of
. FEVER AND AGUE, --
preparatory to Or after taking Qui
nine, they almost invariably
a speedy and permanent cure.
As specifics for the above men
tioned diseases, they are Unrivaled,
and never known to fail when ad
ministered in accordance With the
direction's. - •
Their unprecedent s ed, I .ularity
h - ! I. ' : 14
m nee t e prop
FLEMING BROTHERS; ;-
to dispose of their . Drug business,
in which. they have been success
fully engaged for the last Twenty
Years, and they will now give their
undivided time and attention to
their manufacture. And being de
termined that Dr. M'Lane's Cele
bra&s.: Vermifuge and Liver Pills
shall continue' to occupy the high
position they now hold among thf
grezt - remedies of :the day, 'the)
will contitit--to:lpare neither time
Aor expense in procuring the Best
and Purest material, and com
pound them in the most thorough
Manner.. Address all milers to
FLEMING BROS. Pigiburgk . Fs.
F. Dealers and •Physicians ordering front others
limit Fleming flee,., will do well to write their orders
distinctly, and take name but Dr. ArLatee's, prepared by
Fkming Drat. Pittsburgh, Hz. To those wishing to give
m il l i : of e l l : 1' 171:1 1i St w eZ i ont ee ler i ai %enshain: to any
three cent postage stamps, or one vial of Ventalfttge for
fourteen three-cent enunps. All Orders from Canada mast
be tkennipanietl by twenty conts extra. 4
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGOD3TS. <JAW
The great standard medicines of pie present
age, have acquired their great popularity only
through years of trial. Ur:bounded, satisfac
tion is rendered by them in all cases; and the
people have pronounced them Worthy.
Liver Complaint, DyspBpliarilaikliefe)
Debllt.tY of the NervOnt4 l 494
Diseases of the Yitliteys,
and all disesses, a#Bo9 : from a disordered
liver or weaSs.i 6.1'14 stomach and digestive
organs, are speedily and pertneusentiy cured by
the GERMAN BITTERS.
The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a
reputation _surpassing that of any simgarre
paration extant.* It will cure, wrmous-ssu,
the.rnosi *mere andriemo.A.6.l.l;‘, - ;w —_ -
Cough, Cold, or-Hoseasseas, *SWAM, is,
ilaonia,. Crap, Pneumonia, Incipient
Cansamption, - -
and has p4formit't the toot itat;Wteletsacw‘a
ever known of
toniliMed Col ValiiiiiioC r
„Alm doses will fa•olterffel#and
cure the most severe Thiii&ani proceeding
from COLD IN Tux
These medicines firf *guyed by Pr. O. M.
JAcissos & Co., No. 418 Arch itteet,Phat
aelphia, Pa., and are sold by dranists and
dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 cents
per bottle. The signature of C. M. lemma
w.ll be on-the outside strapper of aids bottle.
In the Almanac' published annually by the
proprietors, called Ervsalsouf :Azgfaxike,
you will find testimony and cons ~t story
notices from all parts i i tike..counii i b i lique
Almanacs are given away bY r fdig
FOR SALE BY ALL DRllikliffEli - Dolly
DO PONT'S powneits.
cacrduN, POWDEfti Sup_Ope Firirtulgt
• Baiting filltigiNist re.
at , their Magiside;:tio =Wit, lielow tows, in the
Middletown turnpike, fur sale it manufettorees prim.
Orders left at Wahludisil iWbe prouiPtik
.. waus, Monk
yor*Messre.2: - 1. DuPont' de Ndmikk Co.,
"'" ' t *Ayala
Sip Th.rPowder hi ail essso:will ts to Coast
Boat, Wires/1, or in any part ofcity ;; tree of charge
for delivery. No exertiO *Io
nvrill . b• limited* give satistsa
lion io every : respect.' -
• ••• •
JAMES IL WIIIISLID;
- near the POWS. Central Iladroad
, Hanistraile Pa.