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Mr& Sarah A. Clechner, boquet of cut flowers,
F. P. Itaetailen, best six Fall variety of RP=
pies, premium $2 00.
Jacob Minh, best and largest
apples, a Diploma and premium, s2oo—
Samna! T LJOnes, l -bast ',Winter
varietieeof apples, prelatical:v(of $2 00.—
bliss Sallie Harris, best twelve quinces, $lOO.,
To John Olewine,6 marrow squash pumpkins,
John Olewinek,six.,garden squashes, a Dip.
John:Olswine,ifor collection of vegetables, a
A. BoydliaMliton, 6 acorn pumpkins„
J. H. Ostot, 24 purple topped turnips, a Pre
If. pritiii,twetty 7 fOur`e#s Tuscarora oain,b
J. fir Wok, for collection' of pumpkins, a
David, J. Unger, lot of cabbage, a Premium.
David J Unger, sugar beets, a Diploma: ~
floury Brown, 24 ears of corn, a‘Diplonia.
Jacob ?dish, 6 heads cabbage, a Diploma. '
Jacobllish, six gaidan squashes, a Diploma.
Jacob Mish. six large do, a Diploma.
JacOblifiah, silt cauliflower, a Premium.
Jacnb - Web s "dollection of vegetables, a ,Dip.`
Johnild.: Shack, lot of..peppers, a Diploma.
John 'M. Shack, twenSectur ears Norfolk
tweet corn; a Pretnium:'„ ,
John hi., She*, twely eti t ia,d, 3 Ed diff, a Pre.
John At: Shenk largest collection of vegeta
bles, a pig 934.
John lit. - Sheck, six beads Brood., a Dip.
Jacob Hite i .24. white table turnips, a Diplo
Jacob Rite, twenty-four best sweet potatoes,
B. F. ICendig„3japau pie tueicuis,a Diploma.
Samuel Deal, -4,agg planti and 1 radish', a
Abraham Bates, 24 beat white table turnips,
Abraham Bates, fortollebtlon. , of vegetables,
a Diploma.• ' -
Jacob Koons, 1 stalk of he'd (*WNW '3 3 f the
Nicholas Zoßinger, lot of sweet potatoes, 2
years old, a Diploma.
B. Althouee,.4 heads cabbage, a Diploma.
Wm. ifummel, 24• ears wasting corn,•a Pre
Wm. Efummel,, foi Collection of vegetables,
Wm.• Hummel, best 6 heads cabbage, a Pre
Christie% 'Hummel, 6 heads red cabbage. a :
Christian Hummel, 8 heads white do., a Dip.
H. W. Hoffman, squashes, a Premium.
Josepla Gillett, 12 etalks celery, a Premium
JoeePh' Gillett, twelve cabbage turnips, a
Diploma. - .
Joseph Gillett, twelve black Spanish winter
radishes, a Diploma.
George Reel, 24 sweet, potatoes, a Diploma.
George Reel, six heads purpßicabbage, a -Pre
John Tellers cabbage?, beets andi parsnips, a
David Smith, 24 sugar beeta; a premium — b[
$ 1 s9via !t T oth, eiz , n .1 de
Y P sikl 4 `Dipici
Kunklo, I swebt ;400k •a.Diplo
ma. - • ' '
Wm. Stephens, 6 field, punipkins,.Diplonia.
=-..Bratt & Prza,.2. Qinsave sweet butter pump
kins, a Diploma. • . r;s'' . ---;• . .
Wm. Jr,, '2 Colder puingiria,..e.! -
Dr. Corwin, parsnips, a Pie -
Dr: Curvrin; beets and Qartota„ a Diploma
Dr. Curviln, six heada
.eablAty a- Premium:
Dr. Corwin, eight egg Omits, .a Premium.
J. 'L. Heek, basket of beett,'
Wm lifetsgaV, basket'of beets, #VDiplomi.
Samuel J. Myers, two saniples of vinegar, a
Jacob lidish, 1 bottle cicleir, vluegn, a•Diplo
Fair woolen blanket?, Col.. J. S, Baldeultin,
$1,04. • -
Beet 35 yde. wool carpet, tdrs. E. Linglei, $l.
BC'et hearth rug, lirs,Ctilleland, $l,OO.
Best rag carpet, 15 yds., Barr & Pyne, $l,OO.
Best'double coverlet, Jacob Shaffuer, l sl;oo:
Best . pair woolen stockings, 02Carson;11,00.
Bed bogie made shirt,, Anna sl.,,Roduartriei;
Best barred linen, B. G. Peters, $l,OO.
Best plain linen, Mre.•A; Coic 81,00.
Best_lineu•diaper (in.table clO,thes).B. fee;
Beet ornamental needlework, Mrs:.• M. Rob
erts, $l,OO. , • • • '
Beat ottoman /Ire. WYetb, $1,00:
Best table cover;lirsii.D. Reel, $l,OO.
Beet artificial flowers , Mrs. Anna George
Best variety worked 'work, Mrs. F.'W,,Yetti,.
$l,OO. ; ,
Best fancy work with needle, for chair, Miss
Emma g. Boas, $l,OO.
Best work cushion and back for c hair, Miss
Bergbaus, $l,OO- ' • '
Best silk:quilt, Mrs. Mt itoberts, $1;011i
Best counteipane, Mrs. Geo. - Royer, $lOO. '
Best lamp-stand mat, Miss Itiokman„ SI,QO.
And al Sok
J. D. Doug/I,9*y, case embroidered work; $l,
Miss Emily Jane Adems, (Cl . years' old,) one
maranposs, ' ; .
Mrs. Frederick,. for excelle nt, darning c $l,OO.
Mrs. C. Ilsehnies. 1 dos. damask napkins,
Anna George, 1 doz. ,towigii,, $l,OO.
John Pyfer, for home made thread, $1,00...
Mrs. Catharine Shaffer,.ne knit quilt,
Mrs. Wetford, sill e quilt`, $l,OO. •
Iliss Bryan, forrdisplay of bonntits, $4OO.
Miss Jane Wagner, • . ! " • •Sl,OO. •
Miss Respashaft, one silk. quilt, .$l,OO.
Miss Sharnuk9, one knit quilt,'sl,oo.
Mrs. S. A. Boorman; wax work, flowers,
Mary G0144,445e Oa s , brea4, t
Mrs. Fret . Haebnien, pobriiiimkie,‘Dlolo.
Mrs. Fred. P. Raebnien, sponge' cake, a Di
Miss Rebecca Orth, (aged 11 years,) jelly cake, -
a Diploma. ,
Mrs. Mary L. Weitzel,-preserved peaches, a
Diploma. _ • •
Miss Jane Allen do., a,Diploma. • • '
Mrs. Mary L. -Weitsel, quince: jelly, =a Diplo
Miss Annie Wallace,,Oince jelly, a Diploma.
Jacob Shaffner, preserved ,afrawberries and
cherries, a Diplom a .
Jacob Skoftrier. grean.grape )ellyc a Diploma. ,
Mrs. C. Miall..Preserved (Maces, a Diploma..
mi ss Anal., Wallace, prsearved quinces,e
Miss Eliza Chester, preserved crab apple% -IV
Miss Annie Walficei glass of cittonolDipliermal
Jacob Shaffnerocitibpts.klAter. a tapia ma .
John 0. Whitman,, aviator., cherry, natural,
hulled and pream•sed,a l 4koma•
Miss Moto* Miller, silyeii'llieces of home
wade soap, a DiflOnit - ,
MAN Pe J.i
• ' , „,• ~ - tor general use, Diploia. - , , . ':' --
The nowt:Litton aiardionithitmatt .. 4 t l 4 o .o"°''' - James R. Henible, Singer's Sewing Machine,
exhibition in - this dopertment,•and it la ofna an ior,foralartufacturing
O maker* qp,Bty; to the exhibitor Ad..S . , ,
Jas. • Keinble, Tiineverse Sewing Ilteelline,'
poi% for pie girila)mirt `o4o9ll,epnPa4l, 4 " t a, „Diplom - „ . 1 , -, -, . "„. *
Ripk a's . . • ... . , .1.- ~ 1- , ~1 .-- :. 17 • Jos. . . ertin, vtir l iitY 4 Of liiirtin's Sewin
• oxstattosa, OABRINT IVAIIIIIi CO- ' ''• , t mitabi l ies, In dih g - igk ri stioa l .d ,kt ca ti b l iltab,
• . .
R. J. Fleming li two horst baggy,'DiPlomit: S-- 'Paub...„ l4o PP9P-. ,i' a r . . L itiEleVid'eWDlPidlitilt i "- t--
/t• .I. - 1 10/V‘Elatibild baggy, three slogrhs, , i W .MoMoiti -P*.''.."4.; ... t koo 1;4(„ Diploma.
(best display, loma and WO 00. -' -'-- . a a Davie, beski ens.•BartotHa.-Eti
W. W. Boyer, one two horse wagon, Diploma Paintings In Oil, Diplom,
and El. H, H. Davie best npeebnebein Drawing, VIP,
W. Boyer. one fans wago,n e 00..
Joseph Sayfotd, One otien
arid $1 00. - • . ~,,.
and $2 00. : •
• Samuel Weimer, one top buggy, Diploma and
Samuel Weimer , , one topbuggy,,Diriloiia.
, ..Samuel Weimer, one single Seat' wagon, a
Diploma. • ' •'- ' • ' '•''• . L ' ' •
Samuel %Valour, two--horse carriage, a
Diplomi and 13 00. •
Samuel Weimer, one 'sulitey, DiplourA tipfi
A. K ,Hoffina l / 4 -nateri r tool,;l4lctna. /
• J. A. la4iiii6, ahe*tervdpw4ll46, W
j.l Diplbille..' '
'W. Y. 'Poona kn. Oneini.windoryblinds , Wo.
'2, Diploma. .. .
- , J. Henry Clay Pooirriaiy; .3' ~ ono blind„ a
'' ,""., .
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. • - •
~ ,Fthw , . 40. . .
Best colledloWof ' akilae In Peak fitkr-
_,/ ' ' :..
',Best- collectipa" of Fuchsias,. ear. John'-M,
, Shack, $l. / , ,
Beet collection of Heliotropes, 'Mr.' '4l2'n M.'
Sher*, $l. .. •••• •.. • .. •• " . .rat
Twelve specimen plants, Mr. J: 14. Sheck, $2.
.' Best collection of 'Roses - in . pcitif;,'Mr'.' John
M. Sbeck, $l. . , _ : '
Best collection a lierbenas,.. Mr' -John -M.
Beetcollection of Paneled, Mr. J. M. Speck; it.
Best collection of Flowers in basiets, Mr.
John M. Shock, $l. . • - , , ,
Best collection of Dahlias, Wll3. Cleaner, $1
Best vase with'flowers, Win Cie'clinst, $l., ',
Best new specimen plant, S. T Jones, jr., $1
Plant and 'preserved flower of the night
•bloomi ng.Cerens, Sarri'l T. Jones; jr.., Diplcann.
' Vase of cryitalized.grasses, S. T. Jones, jr.,.sl.
Wreath and basket of 'artificial flowers, Miss
4. , Haehnlen, Diploma.' ' ••
' Boquet of cut FlowsAs, Mrs John Crulkstitirdi,
Diploma. , . '
. 'IRON RAILING, , BD;rIISI,'AD:
For best , iron railing, William Bush $ l,00.•
grid " " "' " "
Best cooking stove for coal, William Jen
nings, $2,00. '
Best beating apparatus, Fagerli Moyer, $5.
Best ooal stove for heating two roome,onei
above another, Fager Moyer,
161SCILLIANagge AND DNENUMENATID ABTA:ILI&
W. 0. Hicktilt, for Wheeler '& lie-w
-ing machines, initstpor for family use, Diploma
and a special premium of SI,9Q - - '
W. 0. Hickok, caeleiof 'screw butting tools, a
Diploma. 8.1 ;14_4/4 Y 4 4
W. 0. Hickok, brass casting and car d ruling
pene, a Diploma, „. ; .1! .7 ;
baco'Jll iploWfi. L t
CharleaF,o 14.4tkcit avdt
. 1 1 A
• salmon;Ooininon and *dish' lirivr, Dip° a.
Michael Bornbergef,' Improved Window easli; *
John Diploma. ,
W. Killinger, bottle of blackberry wine,
John W bottle of elderbery wine,
Very superior, Diploma. • .
Mrs. William Duncan, pair of fancy worked
Williata.Moyer, lot of superior htol:4;AyarN i ,
r Hamilton Alricks, one aquariuM, very
Line Ujililoma* ' _ ,
Tobri Olewine, onestalk. Dauphin, county, to
bacco, Diploma. - t• •
Michael Ctuiey,lhe 'beet sample'
bahaelOasey,one eau tombatonea, Diploma.
• Dr. John P. Keller, granular dentifrice and
:th tesoili,', (superior disPlay, d YDip. '
dentition , i (natural) (verkane), Diploma.- . •
• Ludwipk Winakai„ , s gettakwligen,felloes,T4..
A.„ C, Buitli, best specimens, o f drigu4reo,
types, Diploma, „ . .
A. C. Smith, , laigest collection of photographs
and daguerreotyPeel -! •
A. G. Keetrbeat collection of colored photo
giapha, Diploma. ' -
• Shick and Lamer, bent plaitf'Pboitograilki;
Diploma, ' "
'Wm. S. Shaffer, ettperiMint of Iran paper, •
Miss E. B. Waugh; .basket valnats,"
B.= T. Jones,'Jr: one gl6tilre; "Fall of Jern •
J. W. Moira, for.best=specimen , of Dentistry,
(own manufacture single and Block Teeth and•
continuous lijobk:Tepth,) . Diploma.. '
J. W. Mciffit;'.feirt,(l4. M .,WasiLainTootk Poiv:
der, Diploma - • =•=
Jacob , M. Coleetock, for miniature Court-
G. W. Jenkins, for oblidreres . cane :ilea&
Chairs (walnut,) Diploma. • . ; :
Cooverit Hyde, for specimen Of Lime; Dip:
D. C. B. Carter, for best Plano, (carved Rose
wood, 7 octavea,) Diploma and $6. •
0. C. B. Carter, for beat Melodeon, •(double
reed, Piano ktyle;) Diploma and-$2. ,
0. C. B. Carter, fOr beef. 'display of Pieniiii;*
. Meiodeons.and Musical Instr,uments„ Diploma
an d $2l I .J1..• ,.. 4 /
Louis Stein 994 sfor ono:ROAR); iDiploma.
Benjamin Strok for Door, Window Shutters
Anthony King, tor Sausage Cutter, Diploma.
John A. Small, for HartelVs Preserving Jare
John A. Small, forWitten & Co's. Portable
(}as Lamps, DiplOnin-: -
Dakar & Clarke, per..Smull, for sample
Meat and Bone Com* ploma.
=TaskeP& Clarke, ", . Smull, for sample
Ground Bone, DiploMa
Tasker & Clarke, per Mana. Smull, for sample
Phoaphotic Fertilizer, Dima.
Tacker & Clarke., per Wan. Smull, for Lamps
,and Coal Oil and Machinery p Oil, Diploma.
t Neuman, for best pair iz .Venitian Blinds, Dip-
Wm. F. Poorman, for s,rgest display Vene
tian Blinds, Diplomat
Jno. H. C. Poormart, for Venetian Blind, Dip.
David Haynes, .197 1 Mills for crmthing and grin
ding sugar and sugar Sau
sage Stuffere, Bird Cages, Garden Engine, Apple
Slicer au3lPare4lPotato Dip.
, Samuel; . Ulrich, for pakflinqsys, D.iplo
George Mandorf, fur6.pair red Mango, ,dip,
W. T. Bishop, for Paintings on Tice paper,.
E. W. Obill;:for case , of prepared Insechl,
John oßeirer, for two stalks Tobiwon,
PP 4 Wmflsehnienrfor Germactunkelts-for
• M. P. tionrint gleiteuttir,
1 . Christian .E: Jaws; foplllaekberry,-,Wortle
perry; Rasedelrry Wald Cherry Brandy; ` Diploma.
= Christian' E. Mita, far ',Cherry ,Wlll6,
Benj. I. Miller, pair of Endistqlplbbtip l ,
Miss A. Woodward, for Specimens of draw
ing by her schtilifikAtipletntiot
Wm. f ; llartorapeQlmonaio gore Baskets, Dip.
John IniftWiPethifp'of Wilding and Patent
Clothes Spree, Dipkmo..
Samuel A. SayforkitencoironiatibTaintingi.
Anna,Bender and Theresa Ycder,
910wrYrr' school , ) specimens of Writing,
Ladd & Webster, Sektkriggaiibilies,,auPerlor;
pennopluania Daitß erelegraph, uesbay afternoon, October 25, 1859.
James M. Wheeler, double case Stuffed Birds,
very superior, Diploma.
James M. Wheeler, specitheil Baltimore Coal
and can of Dupont Powder, Diploma.
Mies Eliza Chester, block of Cam Wood f rdin
Jacob M. Barr, cati:of • Bea 'Shells, (a very
superior collection ,) lOorint,
Jacob let: Barr, collicion'W:..evrjosities from
China, J Tan, Fee Tee Islirfsr—Jerusalem,
c., including China Bone Fuu, Shoes, Mande
ran Dress. iphor Fee Jee iWad
Club, Benilorsin Arabs bow, farroWiand
Owl and Japaned Ware, Diplusna.
Jacob M.llBarrit :Miniature; Ship . and Burr
Mrs. p Rebaugh, tle qf Grape Wine„ pip.
gegtEr. Spverpilre plimPay,
P?of.. Couch, lot of P.dutings' anti CUlored
Engravings, Diploma, t
Miss Sallie Harris: : Fliner Distet, Diploma.
R. A. Lumberton, birch bark canoe , and buck
et, ; I • I .1 A
Barr & Pyne, fancy and oval y gilt frames, a
Diploma. I - I. ,
Barr & Pyne, improved family egg beater, a
Diplotna., , ,
Barr & lat of fancy canes, (own Mann
fitcture) Diploma. , ,
.< Barr & Pyne, Uotflitvilie'd4.iitAnkst.i.iud; fugue,
bone, and ivory works, Diploma.
Mrs. , George Osier, two fanOY baskets;Dip.
J. J Ball, one case shoemaker's findings and
stencil plate, ,Diptqaut..
J. 1. sett superior lasts','
Richard Jackson hair wreath, (very fine),
James Willson, frame of pencil cards and
collection of sea shells,"Diploma..
Jacob Shaffner, box of rabbits, Diploma.
J.,Gk: Ma „Colt's reyolvinggifletpiploma. lf
busi•of tirlibklat i and
Miss M. A. Shtiiitinkhne ftincriaturilraine,
D. P. Dochet,`one elniemaker's tools,
S. S Chilt'sfiniplePte Coloring' and dyeing,
`Mid grease extractor, Diploma.
Ferdinandelfrimthel; air'un, double barrel
shot guns, rifles, &c , (own manufacture) Dip.
Miss Ellie Coyerly;stipefineleadyencil draw
Geo A. , Brooks-,/Verredperior , blault books,
and plain and fancy binding, Diploma.
James D-Datigherty,*case - atrins, , and
Sharpe's rifle, Dipl
Jeremiah aohrevsuperior currant and black
harry wines, Diploma.
Douglas' Forstert , boat-"Pert," (Geo. Boyd
B. J. Shoop, a collectiqn of snakes„Diplomi.
I Mrs. L. M. Lawrence, ipecimens of card and
other, ivtiEjp_gaiP l 9W l 49
Mire: - Iwratide,' lasplidrry
lorry vinegar, Diploma.
Dllifee Rater:- fdi ip4citnans.tf lautlacapesf
and scroll work, Diploma.
2. Swope; Jr., seltelosinfp l and. self-resetting
animal trap, Diploma.
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4 I it' .1,3444.11 •
• ItYSt U ad-
,Tuesday Afternoon, October ifp, 1860.
.4'l . A TB - OFTEIE<ruipAII[ OMETEA
tiobehA - fta.
RAOLZ WORESOgitOe I
7.*: 29 :„1 •
,oun ljetran Low,. Vesurry is excluded to-day
tai inaliordom 4oplibie alvartPof , prenthltheittuld
the report of the Synod proceedings.
SPEOIA:k lifsievuoil the WashinW2p Hose
Osaripany lilrsitlAVth'eatTrgidriiiiie this
(Tuesday) evening at 71,,o'clock
Cumberland county, James jurler is appointed
4,o,gmaster,,vie f Joshua. 0141), re Igned.;
To BR PP4IPPPet 18 r 1 , 11 1!0r4,44g0 tholgol•
ored military company in our town will shortly
1,43 disbanded - I Ailjutantl General 4Willaciil=a-
How t or, where, they , obtalq94. the muek4tOp
their possession we do not know
FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMP4NP, i0.1,, - 7.4 special
meeting of thanOniis;,ny Will be bald tb morrow
evening, sitath? runt Iror. wisfylr t ttenftwe l
is desired, 'as business of fin'portance writ 'be
transacted relatiye to tlke, 4 99minf parade.,
Momar Vateirtar.---ii••ititated , tridottnr. of tbit
?doubt Vernon Hook aad.f.dadder:Companyisill.
P,.ke 1 . 1 1• 4 theie hall,io pQimc?„(Wedn9,l4 !
eveninf at half-wit seven o'clock i!'nn?taal
attar:dal:lo) 'recifieited,la buaiu } ese of `
anoe will be transacted.
Sulam DiATH.—We learn by a telegraphic
0 8 104,4 1 .: recfAiYo:o 3 ,crel lAhat , PitPt, jtokrt
Cathcart, ,a proualuent. , citiaen :pf CiAcinnati,
died suddenly in that city, a few ilOs ago, of
disease of the heart' ' 'hi(' daceikies s t Was'a'soU
of Rey,. plAtiwlitowm3gy einTsll44
Taavausp Adams W.ifiTun for the nonfatal
of 14 11 ° 1 34%.444, 1 4.941;'?999,i;1410cie5ibi1Ati1l
part of cutuberland,
..to sell a popular medicine.
None ini aibei;lnduatibitis 'then Will be einj
*ink w i tib cian - 1ni1W.42 yak 'day , bfw
activity and exertion: f,,,Apply akNo. My ghost•
itt street , Harrisburg. 241 w
I • .11 ; .• I
thrnttionvstnaa:—Ttia basl ofArr. , Wm.
• Aapapden towgshipi ,C4mber . ,lan,d
:Courity,..about seven raileefcom this place, was
receidliv - hararaked by fire, his fill
gre ;grain , . and•-hrik' crops, sir coils; a 'ntimber
:Of hogs, a carriage and two.or three wagonei.
and hie wholescockofJat:tairtg linpleukquts.
There was an of oily slili on the
proprty . "Phi f-• up .— paed ave en '
the:•work of tinAiricendiaiy.s: • •
E!Fi..1.),„(31.9t91t0,1PP1E574 glance into
the' iheg wi nd o w s of our
mintswilt sufficeto . atioW l that::theitilliners ofi
Harrisburg aro actively engaged in prsparjpg
for thojelLiktlik7 l ocrYTuNr d g°•l "
feathers: ribbons, and "loves of bonnets" of
'Amery hue and alia6 suited '
e`PProactillig-Setieliin ere: displayed •111-theihoeti
'tempting requar,LaelTirtg ad.inintt*sa decoy
dog.* to lekd the ladies into snares from which ,
thgerteiit j iiirili emialib;
yi Aare. • , The .lreilliaarattlfiattfl'Autgs ,
*Were to say, are equalia every ,respect p. to
those of the large cities, ralii
iprow that they are;liberally patronised
GERMAN REFORMED CIitTRCIII
Synod met at the usual hour.
Elder W. Heyser.
Rev. R. S. Gerhart, of the Lancastel chisels,
D. Bossier of Zion's chisels, and J. g. Mester,
i of the 'Lebanon blassis, appeared and took their.
soutane advisory members. •
Rev. J. H. Derr . ; alternate:was permitted to
occupy the seat now occupied by•the•Rev. D. Y.
ileister, in ilia absence.
The committee on ordination reported 'that
they had ordained ides . ers. Emanuel Bort:anger
. JOeeph .13fenry Dabbei. according to the
Usigetrof the German Reformed chnrch. -
A memorial was presented froth the Second
German Reformed church of Reading, .asking
the Synod for aid 'to enable them to free 'their
church from debt, they having been disap
pointed tri",the action Of the nierubdrs of the
First Reformed church, who bad prole* them
the proceeds of the sale of the Cemetery, which
amounted to upwards Of $4,000, but afterwards
refused to pay the same over to the SeCond
The Rev. Mr. 11. 3 Caully made a most 016-
'quest and able appeal on behalf of the mem
orialists, and his efforts weie seconded by the
Rev. Mr. Millet; of York, thrnierly of Read-
ing. Several other ministers also took an
active part in the cliscussiob of the memorial.
The subject was finally referred'to a special
committee, consisting of Sev. S. Phillips,
Dr. Bomberger, Rev. Kr. Groh and Elder
Griffith and Butz.
This subject oturfe up again, in •its . regular
order. ' • "
The Rev. Mr. Schneek made some remarks
urging the necessity of prompt action, settle
subject had already led to a prolonged discus
sion; but many of theministers still persisted
to, debate the report. 'The queationwastnally
taken and the catechism was rejected by 17
yeas to 28 noes. The report accompanying
the catechism .was referred to a special com
mition,'ln.order to prepare proper minutes. f
the action on the same by ,the Synod. The
committee consists of Revds. 'Dr. Schneck,
Apple, F: Kremer, Elders Rodonmoyer
and Hassler. • . •
Elder Rodenmoyer submitted the following
resolution, viz ;
Resolved, That a committee be" appointed to
prepare a Question` Book for the kleidelberg
Catechism, something after the order of the
Sunday School Union Question Book, retain
ing the fifty-two Lord's Days in the whole.
Betiolvad, That a 'committee be appointed to
prepare a Child's Cateobismftor such children
as just beziwto read,
.1. 6 l': -
1 1 Witty _
f ionuithing, after'the OrdWIT:I a:Brown's" ems:
catechism;, including in the creed the en
commandments. and.the Lord's prayer; to be
Sri accordanec with the doctrines of the Hei-
These rest:dupl . :waiver.? referred to the Ammo
comiatte e whomthe
, report on the este
chism Imo ieferred
RistoVer. or Tait 8/3115ATtY
The• Rev Mr: Gerhart 'from the committee
ton ,the.ienioval 'ot the - Seminary,iimported in
fivciecif ate, itnnoiallrom 4ercersburg to Lan;
, caster or some other central place.
;Motion. ires,,Maae 'that' the report be
-Bev. Ms., Derr Moved:that the words "Lan
castefor some othePeentral place" be stricken
therefrom, and that .the words "some more
critielPhice" inserted. The vote was a tie on
tbeinnendulent, and . the,Pre!ident decided the
tame as negatived.
Dexpressed 11* ifoppo sed =to
err . trope . t
l i the report; if- Lancaster was to Ise retained.—
lie datired inlay. the location left open a
. settled hereafter, as it might prejudice the
' minds of perkaltilviiitall s idgereaftliJoltribute
liberally to the erection of the Seminary.
Aftiir some casual debatethy . Tords "Lancas. I
ter ,OW wer e ! outl4 ,a. , upilnimpts‘
and the re4eftli feeitYa,,,t of
the. Seminary*? some more eligible place tuan
ifercersburg, was then fully disetimed
The Eal.,ldr. Schnech moved that the,whole
subject ha referred to a gelect committee to con-
Mat sirune meinber from' each °leads.
14.v:dateline desired to have it referred to
MulAilniater and one Elder from each Clasels:'
• pr-ilshertexprei;sed Minseltoppoluid to the
i rsthoritkig the seminary the consent of
thitpeople, of lifercersbursahonld be obtained.
thr , considered tat the Synod •was under a
*tat obligation to them, and 'he:ivonld not
consent to the:' rem_ oval. - ktintil the people of
iderCereburg, were satisfied that it should be
Eider Geyser- protested most -sacredly
Against the remoial. Re,regarded that-their,
i s aoect hotior had livui'pladged to the people of .
Ateicersburg that , the 'College and Seminary
ahould.be locited parnitmeatly, at .that plaCe..
Whilst the subject wasa'jill'under dismission,
a motion to adjourn . pre tailed, and the session
was closed; by singing familiar DolologY,
! I .Prahie God from whot4 :blessings•flow, &o."
*aier by the !hr Dole..
[?il.osllile4/9 1 :!ocecof Pterilitlin,lblt aTe
obliged In defer to•day'lt..prOotutdings until to-
In Town, friend Mr. Wageneeller, Re
publican.i 9f/4„he .4111.,oklatilr0 from
Snyder county, was in town yesterday‘ On route
for the West': lie is euiphatically a "ionnd
itnan," and our political brethren in the Snyder
; diittiCt did tirenialtgillbntir in re - iiJeCtingldin
to a poet h I
tiined" t ri e so a y• as ir n 't;
t nthGRV i nT. PARLIBH , .-Bolonp_ 1%. , ir5.,4 - ,iJulikes.
Oarke'a (celebrated Tainald Pins; pre4sred - h - om' a pre
ahreildai at ar J. Olarkit,DCD.,Thyalcian Extraordinary
to the Queen. • ... .1
This well kIIOIITeItIOGiC/1113 le site tintioettlen; but A acre
inik-satikresnedy fora fnands-VdMca Inas and cldnatcaationn
tom any cause whatever ; and tabough a powerthl
lensed'', tiler liontainAmthlnZ hufitu_ . .119 the 99 1 5 ,111 .44i9P,'
ID 'n.a.ll 1 +num
It ameaMisrly-indted.l.llts :lii.st ir liDol l . hulk WPCS%
the monthly paring with rein •
.varaw . pit.ti; urrnititirin Waist ' Ava mu.'wmatii alir
,msmal.pa 101 itatiVatialtt i•ougutr,. Attle :Ir(Witt
uppoW.Z... .e.,- -- r , IE ~,. •,ti „. , . I ...t1 , 7
W' IVI tie
4 S ge ' IgAIRO .
'V a. - PAV i t i gis
; ' - Mall. C. A. lastinvasw e agent i" ° .41
W. ' W. Dyott at 13,411, sol ,ale agents
• - itullt4awly .
MEMORIAL FOS AID
: Xatt.si i# l - iit'grA,Ok.
SP I ECIAL
Hartiet't Eery #I gents.
'The 'Piiliin-iinary Examination.
MILITARY - DEMONSTRATION
RICITEMRNT AMONG THE "CHIVALRY."
• 7•77 - T-70 t 4
SPEECH OP CAPT. BROWN'.
The preliminary examination of the prisoners
captured at Harper's Ferry, commenced this
morning before-the-Magistrate's Court. The
following, magistrates occupied the bench.:—
Col. =DaintiP.M.t, justice;' assisted by
Dr. Alexander, John J. Sock, John P. Smith,
Thomas H. Willis, George W. Eichelberger,
Charles H. Lewis and Moses W. Bore At half.
itast to o'clock the sheriff was directed to
bring in the prisoners, 'who were conducted
from the jail under a guard of eighty, armed
men. A guard was stationed around the court
bongo, and bayonets are bristling on all aides.
Charles B. Harding, attorney for the county, is
assisted by Andrew Hunter, ceansel for the
Commonwealth. The' Pasoners were brOngid
In, General Browa r rtud EthrhsCpppee being
manacled togeth'e'r.` itilawit seemed weak and
haggard, with his eyes swelled from the effect
of= the wounde'iin %it hea t . ' 'dopPee
kited Stephens ,seemed., d r ess Mitred, than
Brown, but looked haggard and- depreased.—
There are ennintAr .wounde on thnhead of
both. John Copland is a bright mulatto about
-twenty-Ivo yeah], and .Grtitm,..who• AO about
thirty years of age, Is a dark negro.
Cuanr.asrowa, Va., Oct. 25.—SheriffOamp
bell rea(l, the commitment of the prisoners
Who are charged with treason and murder.
Kr. • Harding; < StateN atto f riek, asked* Ilititt
Court might assign counsel for prisoners, if
they had none.• court.inquired if` the
prisoners' had counsel; when Brown addressed
the court as follows
IfroW4 t-4-I.olilflfdeasklow." aiF
time I WWI taken. I dra not ask to have my
life spared. The GOvernuf of the State of. Vic
ginia' tendered me -his assurance that I shotild
have a fair trial, and under no circumstances
Whatever will I be able to attend to a trial. If
you seek my blood you can have it at any mo
ment without the mockery of a trial. 'I haire
had no counsel. I have not been able to adiise
With on& know rnothing about the, feelings
•. .. • am utterl nap
to attend in any way to my olTirdetence. -
My memory don't serve me.. My health la
insufficient. although •Improving. There are
mitigating circumstances, it a fair trial is to be
allowed uri, that I would urge-la our favor;:biit'
if we: are to ,he forced,..with a mere form of a
'trial, to execution, you might spare yourselyea
that trouble. I air ready for my fate.' do
notask a trial. I beg for no .monkery of a
trial, no insult, nothing but' that which •cort
4ciencre gives or cowardice'wduld; drive , you to'
practice. • '
I ask to be excused mockery of a
trial. Ido not know what the design of this
exitnination is ; I do not
h now, what is to' be
-the bene fi t of it to the CoMmonwealth r I
teolci other than that the not
,foolistify insulted, as cciwardlybirlirians insult
those who fall Intp:the: jr Rowe); aF.
The court assigned Chas : 1 Faulkner and 4
Lawson Botts as counsel for prisoners. .Afterl
cohaulting with the prispners, MT.:Baulk*.
addressed the court, stating that he denied
the right of this court to assign counsel fo r
prisoners, and that he c0 . ,1d • not mag..,apy
circumstances enter npitiertrie defence , of these
pisoners,. on each: short notice, as .it'= would
indeed be iimeckery of pile*:
Mr. lickfti aid 1 1 / 4 e did upt . feel it his duty to
'decline the appointru@ot oi t ihe Court.
Westutgrrox, October 25.
A lett& frOin" U S. Senator Mason, after
due investigatiorr into the Harper's Ferrydiffi
nutty, .says thera—was_rrainsurrection_in.aay
fi)ra oll ll6 , t 9... v 'n AY!' ° 9 1 =. 41 0,7!PAtb,ifrantil,
of that town or vicinity. The fact is undoubte d
not a man, lertitlE;i: tl.4iiiir?,'j6ined the in
varierB444'o4 cirne into or, pie
them.aki or assistance .any form, arr. far as
can be . discovered. Not one of the nineteen
escape not aot slave escaped ',or .attempted to
escape during the tumult._ of the few carried
off by Cook across the riier, all escaped from
;him and . came safely back but one, who, it
appear% was.drowned, While crossing the river
Latest Newt from
Nzw_ OsixAzie, .october 26.
8r0,4 ,0411Fexas dblee hisye received
toMmAggSlit• 7 1 1 8 44 4 !FictgV. 4 M 1 4 17 .Amt
nes, is iitAiiincami and the
Indians ern patently joitilpgi . his-band.., The
Mexican troops haxe L returtio- to. Maprioras.
Lieut. Initi'ardied"Wit4 'l,OO cannon.,
One of the'leadint oetlawe his been calittwedi
and sentenced to be executed, but, Cortines
threatens to burn the town it the sentence is.
twirled- out. The citizens,' alarmed 'by these
threits, are flying fiont the town, and unless
assistance arrives soon it will he deserted.
To the Be-piTiggeiriped Poisoned Ci 2.:
You IVO nkeiria,PliKalobiatianiiiilkZisiniotnde
In the Aton_ot "Alcoholic ,Drinks" that ever, emanated
troll that 'Omit tit acicletyj the Lanuoa 'Dm& s They `are
.old to you an a luxury,Rr they arWilloPeGnedtG.You a.
_eta wetter tar the elect is . the tame.
Theiro.bi:bet one'neaPlo escaiie,iandikit is to use •
laze* me medicament, a iiale and reliable =.. 41
*31431 4 14. stains anitseal;whfclt riniderit it ea " , , ' - lika
Kline not' een tampintiiii4ith., Sunken' .lo ti _
dailtißS' ' ' LONDON ComattiliN
which ist.dlatilled under lospectloa.or Add& Govern:
meat; legloNentebr lb , Torea (unlike)t o rel# l ./.9..*1th
some bf tTti'rioht,vaTuahtcrehulf ha e Aplhiole
Bhupilekanct inbrier themes& •Sy cam lnkverafirethauut
, Tep yorr ,JOILIIINT Patill .or .AnaLliisinutia
pet o ply recommeaditt use ~Ike . ale and beartyrbat
prescribe It pa a where a.ethaolaalwirwtoired•
TILL iniIIAIRAMX ■
.Will itilOt. ol 4 &Own' Cordial,
!POP oet4o" rplier Ott twriedloithehatoteter. ,
ANALYTICAL OA ALL! iLIOXILEI=p" .
repay pure, and
..._.,... . e
ci a lso
*kid htweartenWVW .1 172 1- Dithentrek ":
lio. For sakg_Art_ilannetraignbythltVGioter*GX, .
EDMUND C. MAWS, General Agent,
spr2LAnwly Depot No. BI Broadway, New York
CHARLESTOWN, VA., OCt. 25
EJECO - 40.. Altif
Int 3 WIN B LOW;-eu expend Ceti nurse and remade
PhYsialail, bee a Snaking Syrup for children teething, -
which greatly racilitataithe process of IlfP,thiPS by -call
Solna the llmeta Mbialal the. ,, inibuninatte p =
pain, and is atrittaregit bewa il ;
mothers, it will .10ya .reat .1 yourselves,. and, TOW and
health to your Wants. , Ped o,
acily nate in all SOL 0 "
advarttsement In anotberolumn. aug4 dawlj
C 888. -A
SHWAYGMEW, Hannah, March 6, MN.
Mr. P. Davis—Deer sir : Such Is thee great demand for
the Pain Killer that I writs you • to Send as soon as possl•
ble, in addition to what I have hitherto ordered, 24 dozen
boxes, (two dozen bottles let.a boz) and st 13111 for the
same, that I may give you an order on the Treasurer
the Union to the amount of the same. N. HMIS.
Ilszrusne, Burma],, March 17, 1866.
Messrs. P. Davis & Son.43lbilit ~
:`e * * I am sorry to t
say the last box of Pain Killer sent me has no► yet tome
to head. The expense of getting the medicine is wane '..
thing "these hard times," but the want of it Is of tar
more importance. * * • Send me as soon as possible,
anotheo box of the same sire, (viz. sfin worth. I enclose
an order on the Treasurer of the Missionary Union for
the amount. - Rev. B. E. Tnowes.
The stain on linen, room' the use of the Pain Killer, Is
easily removed by washing In alcohol
Sold by druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
One af knowznitartan soomounts As limes.
although Milne 'ag sueh,:can hardly blf over esti
mated in its Importance upon the well being of our wide
ly scattered communities. , Thomebaton °Ulla') Amer'.
can States is In maay seething so sparse, that' sklhol
Physicians-are hardly; available to them. Vast numbers .
of our people, are obliged to employ In sickness, inch
medical relief as they can hear of from each other, or in.
deed any theyo an get from any qu trier. Hence aria, it
the great consumption of Patent Medicines among us,
greater by far than in any of the old countries, where
skilful physicians are accessible to all classes. Unprinci
pled men have long availed themselves of this necessity,
to palm off their woribless nostrums, until the word has
become synonmous withAmposition and cheat. Ono of
qur leading Chemists in the East, Da. Avis, is pursuing a
course which defeats this iniquity. He brings not only
tits own but the hest skill of cam times to bear, for the
best remedies which can be mane. Those are suppled
to the world, in r, convenient form, at low prices, and the
peoplewili no - mere buy poor medicines instead of good,
at the,sims cost, than they will bran instead af gear.—
The Inevitable consequence of this is, that the vile com
pounds that flood our country are discarded for those
which honestly a c complish the end in view,—which curr.
Do we over estimate Its importance, la believing that lids
prospect of supplanting the by-word medicines, with
thine of actual worth and virtue, Is fraught with immense
consequence of good, to the moues of oar poople°—
Gazette and Chronicle, Peru, la. sep2B-dcwica
COLDB LEAD TO CONSUMPTION I
,PREVENTION; BETT.ER THAN CURE!
GALLOHER'S CELEBRATED E LIXIR
WILLet"Mt...I RECENT COLA IN: mov-ro,
I iisidusi,. IP razor zr lion; A t r;
/pins celebrated Medicine should be kept
on baud by , tandllos generally; as It Is a most oncok
Ism ogre of
4%lds, Gssmas, Consennigion, Hoarseness, Pains and
Weakness in theolnest, Lira. Owspkripts,4Dyspepsta,
Nativism Cbugh, Sore Thrant, Quinsy mid General
It ia plcsusist and very good for children. Colds are
the hot•bedit of Consumption, null they shout/ be real'
died ma soon as poasible.
. tAMLLOHLEIVS ELIXIR
Has acquired a just celebrity for the cure of all Weems
arising from severe Cold?; and iti efficacy has been at
tested and approved by hundred of our moot respectable
citizens. In - every Instance immediate relief has been
given as the following certificate from thee* who have
tried It bears testimony :
Wo, the undersigned,- do certify that we have used
preparations for Consumption, (bids, Messes
of.thi - Lungs, Liver, La., and having experienced Immo
.lll4te rellettberefrom, would recommend it to all "Mimed
J. Reese; dero r ligiliirMl , MmThim, (cordial-4y Wm.
Mitchell; ProllionOtary w Superintendent of the
Harrisburg and Lau "L. . William Colder, Sr.,
Merles F. Iluencb,,H.H. Mat Eby, Mrs. Wo
man, Mr. Miller, grocer. -
Many have been cured of Consumption ; and hundreds
of otter references in various parts of the es entry oceld
be given, who speak of the medicine in the highest teems.
lisumramered and , for sale by
SAMS GALLOHSH, Iferriebure
-The Medicine can be had of the mannflummerr at We.
16 Chestnut street ; and at Hailman'i store, Market sL
All orders from a tibtaatat promptly filled and the meat
cine to:warded by Express to any pare of tbafetata:
Ia Halifax on the 25th inst., &JUR, wife of Juieph
Geigp t istAke 80th year of her age.
Ji: • • • • ''-•
`FOR imiall , H,Pmartocated on
beans street, - nextitooi to W. F. Pbwman's vene
tian blilldtmgeurantir9, Neatly., papered and prov4ed
with gas lighte, on reasonable terms to golod mast —I
Possessitin given immediately. Enquire ,
oclt6 411. w W. F. POORNAN, )
UCKWHIIA.T PLOUR.—A sample of •
which was exhibited M. the Fair, made at Sunbury
Ms. For axle by • - A. ROBINSON & CO.,
mug Canal and Walnut streets.
TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS I
RARE '* INDUCEMENTS
ON cif the beat paying Printing. OtHees. , ,,
in the State isolibred for , sale at a low price, °= Any,
"person having a few hundred dollars to inyestmenld.do
well to address at once. - - "X. Y. V'
PRANBERRUS just 'receited arid` far
kj.sale by WM. DOCK, Jr.%
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
T" partnershifilierntefore existing be
tween _Henderson Styles and Hiram Parker, In the
blacksmith Witness, under the linn-of Styles & 'Parker; -
is this day dissolved by rant* consent The books o f
the Arm are in the hands of Henderion Styles for BOWS-
merit. All persons having settlements will please call to
settle their accounts. HENDERSON STYLES,
oct22-Btd.• HERAYPARICEIL -
MANSION HOUSE HOTEL
Eleveit* and Market Streets,
PIIILADELPFII4, PENNSYLVN NIA .
Thy iCittront oclarrisbrirg and vicinity firt revert
nillydavited to '
The House has been entirely refitted and refirrnisivd•
oco-iur 4 - - • ,: k4ANg.FrAAER;Etuif
GRECIAN PAINTING. .
11011:1tS. WM. L. HALLOCVMOrktfEgy,
Wallis the. Ladies or mops__ - Ilutt shit lOW.
give instructions in the art er.t." - N PAIPTIENg.
either at her rooms in Mrs. Ovreits'ioArding house, Pi"
street, - or et the residence 9 1),Iitoaa debi - ro as of tales' g
CLOTHING I FtBNISHINQ
N o . 68 arket St., Opposite the Post °Ai
A AS OPENED his first Pall and Winter .
5 Drees Goods, embracing the aloft litsbloaable
Myles of .4 4
Cloths, Casimeres. Vestings,
infra and Gents Furnishing Goods.
A-iars&-assorim•nt of Ready Made Gtothhtg-14,, -eve%
idle kV. amlortyP ent ' of 4 1)F1
BOYS:C LO TH IN 6kr,
suitable for youths from 6 to 12 years of age, tolaC
lavite,the attelat6ts or purchasets. motto &V
06101 0 1, 4 Pr°"t"
Pergollo 'OWN( goons ' made up te order owsof
hem'at the time promised. ota dtha.
riubsorikers reispectfully arinoiutce
- thatthey will famish and put on SLATE ROMMi
yi • from the,oelebrated Lanmeter ConntiOnsT
OWL . I,,UMISPNIPM4 - by any other Slate=
t i t ts66 ; ll tiorlitbrill be "dune by the most
, and warranted to give ratitibmlon
=WI OfilliS di