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Thursday Afternoon, September 21 1860
FOti PRESIDENT :
FOR VICE PRESIDENT:
FOR GOVERNOR :
ANDREW G. CUMIN
FOR CONGRESS :
JOHN W. KILLINOER, Lebauou
FOR SENATOR :
A MUS B. 130UWITER, Lebanon
FOR ASSEMBLY :
ji)/IN WALLOWER, JR., Harrisburg
ILL IA NI CLARK, Millersburg.
JACOB D. HOFFMAN, Elarrisbury
FOR RECORDER :
JOHN RINGLAND, Middletown
FOR AUDITOR :
JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, Swam
FOR COMMISSIONER :
GEO K GE GARVERICH, Susquehanna
DIRECTOR OF THE POOR
JOHN RAYSOR, Susquehann.
A DOUBLE SHEET DAILY.
In order to accommodate our adver.
tieing friends, without intruding upon the
space allotted to reading matter, we shall
issue an edition of the TELEGRAPH in an
eight page form on Saturday next, of
which an edition of over SIX THOUSAND
COPIES will be printed. Persons desiring
to have their advertisements extensively
circulated will note this fact. • Their
favors must be handed in by twelve
o'clock on Saturday in order to insure an
HON. WILLIAM DOCK.
' . 2•rtDne of the peculiar features in the
organization of the Republican party, is
the fact that it is attracting to its ranks
the intellect and energy, the industry and
the worth of the whole country. Its prin
ciples are so constituted as to embrace the
interests of all sections in one grand
national combination of strength, power
and vitality. It seeks a common equality
by a general elevation, giving to labor the
prominence it deserves as the producer of
wealth, and recognizing capital only when
it joins with labor in a free and fair com
petition for the blessings and comforts of
civilization and religion. imbued •by
such principles, and impelled by such
common motives of dispensing free and
general benefits to all classes of society,
so far as free institutions and exact justice
can do so,. it is not strange that such old
And well tried citizens as Hon. William
Dock, should no longer hesitate to espouse
Republican principles. Judge Doak has
heretofore been one of the most active
and prominent Democrats in the State of
Pennsylvania. He was the friend and
companion and confidant of such Demo
crats as Wolf and Shunk, and has occu
pied the most important positions in the
Democratic party, for, the past twenty
years. When such men join to assist a
political organization, and openly proclaim
themsellitin favor of candidates for the
highest official stations, there can be no
longer any doubt, at least, of the influence
of such principles and the merit of such
Hon. William Dock, as will be seen by
the proceedings published in another
page, presided at the great Republican
meeting held in Harrisburg last night.
His speech should be read by every can
did man in the State, and when fairly
considered, will have an influence with
that portion of the Democratic party who
profess to be influenced by principles in
the present contest, but who have so long
-. allowed themselves to be deluded and de
&lived by interested party leaders. Judge
80 %lc leaves no point untouched or argn.
40 ant unanswered, in his justification for
fusing any longer to act with an organ
-14-iation that has bees divided by its own
corruption, and is now arrayed in belli-.
gerant cliques against the men and the)
measures it formerly adulated as immacu
late and immortal.
WHAT DOUGLAS ACCOMPLISH= IN
Manes.—The Bangor Union (Breokin
ridge) publishes the figures and shows
that in the fifteen towns in Maine where
Douglas spoke, there has been a net Re
publican gain of 1,358 votes.
13ennopluanictIR dtelegrap4, atjurobap :thertioon, Orpientber 27, 1860.
Sonic . of the rashest of the faction jour
nals supporting fusion in this State, at
tempt to declare that Andrew G. Curtin
was in Washington when the Morrill bill
was defeated by the United States Senate.
This is decidedly cool and impertinent.
It is in keeping with the rash imperti
nence and falsehoods of the journals float
ing on the muddy pools of a distracted
Democracy. Henry D. Foster was in
Washington when the Tariff bill was be•
fore the Senate, and was in the secret
with Buchanan and Bigler FOR ITS DE
FEAT BY A DEMOCRATIC SENATE. This
is a fair inference from the fact that
Jams Buchanan tolerated a difference of
opinion on the subject in his Cabinet,
and that his Secretary of the Treasury
made it an issue with Democratic North
ern Senators, insisting that the Morrill
bill must be defeated. Andrew G. Curtin
could not wield an influence where his
foes were in the ascendant. He proclaim
ed himself in favor of protection openly
and decidedly during his visit to Wash
ington, but he had a elaveocraoy majority
in the Senate against him, with Henry
D. Foster in their train, obedient to their
commands and silent in their trust while
the sacrifice of Pennsylvania interests
were made to satisfy the Southern sup
porters of Buchanan's Administration.
Henry D. Foster knew that such a defeat
awaited the Morrill Tariff bill in the
Senate. He was in the confidence of the
Secretary of the Treasury, and therefore
understood the plan by which the Repub
lican majority in tire House were to be
prevented from securing a just measure
of protection to American industry.—
Then it was that Henry D. Foster failed,
as he now fails, to take open issue with
the corruptions of the federal administra
tion, for no other reason than that he
feared its influence in the present Guber
natorial campaign. He therefore was a
silent visitor to the halls of legislation, a
pitiful object at that very time, lingering
at the doors of patronage, a most abject
supplicant for aid and influence to carry
hie election as Governor of Pennsylvania.
—lnstead of Andrew G. Curtin failing
to wield an influence for the passage of
the Morrill bill, he used his power and
was among those outside of the House in
Washington most active in securing its
passage through that body Where he
had friends—where the Republican party
was in the ascendant-4here the influence
of Andrew G. Curtin was manifested in
the success of the Tariff, the Homestead
bill, and the vindication of freedom. The
Republican majority in the House of Rep
resentatives passed all these measures, and
Andrew G. Curtin was present at their
passage. A DEMOCRATIC SENATE DE
FEATED EVERY MEASURE WHILE HENRY
D. FOSTER WAS HANGING AROUND
ITS LOBBIES, BARGAINING WITH
SOUTHERN INFLUENCE TO AID
HIS ELECTION AS GOVERNOR OF
PENNSYLVANIA.. These are the facts
from the record, and we defy the friends
of Foster or Foster himself to deny their
truthfulness. He was in Washington
city during the discussion of this Morrill ,
bill; he was in secret conclave with Bu
damn when it was defeated in the Sen
ate, while the confidence and friendship
existing between Foster and the Secretary
of the Treasury gave him the best oppor
tunity to know that the bill would be de
feated in the Senate. It was an issue be
tween the President and his Secretary—
but unlike the Kansas question, it was
not made a party test of purity and devo
tion. It was sacrificed to slavery, stran
gled almost in the presence of Henry D.
Foster, who neither implored for its safety
or regretted its , end when the deed was
And yet the press sustaining Henry D.
Foster have the hardihood to charge the
defeat of this Tariff bill on the Republi
can, party. They make a Republican
House responsible for the action of a cor
rupt slaveooraoy majority in a Democratic
Senate, and charge on the Republican
candidate for Governor, Andrew G. Cur
tin, the intrigue and the falsehood by
which the rights 'of labor were sacrificed
by a tyrannical federal administration.
This is a species of the argument used
by this faction to deceive the people. Its
utter inconsistency and fraud will produce
its own explosion, and leave its authors
open_ to the full scorn and rejection of a
free and independent people. Henry D.
Foster will be tried on this 'record of his
Services to strangle the Morrill bill in the
Senate of the 'United States. He was as
much a party to that transaction as was
the Secretary of the Treasury, who open
ly opposed the measure in his reports to
THE LENGTH of the proceedings of the
great Republican mass meeting last night
has crowded out a large amount of other
iuterestitT reading matter.
Emmons Sumo= this evening, in the Lu
theran Chapel on the corner of State and Fourth
streets, conducted by the Rev. J. K. Plitt, of
Still Valley, New Jersey.
COUNTY FAIRS.—The Lancaster and Berks
county agricultural exhibitiona took place this
week and at rac t I rge crowds of people. In
both instances the display was fully equal to
that of former years, and highly creditable.
Tire STAIR FAIR, on the Wyoming battle
ground, is in successful progress. The display
is extensive and varied, and the attendance
of people greater than was anticipated. The
exhibition will close to-morrow.
Tas LOCK UP contained but two lodgers last
night—one "voluntary" and a "drunk and
disorderly." Upon a hearing this morning be
fore the Mayor, both were discharged, the lat
ter with an admonition to leave the city.
A REPUBLICAN iltburrrtna will be held this
evening at Bordner's hotel in Berrysburg, and
addresses delivered by several gentlemen of
this city. Our political friends in that vicinity
have made arrangements for a spirited demon
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COL. M'CLUBlea GREAT SPKI:011, exposing the
hypocrisy of Henry D. Foster on the Tariff
question, will appear in the Txxxosave on Sat
urday next. Orders for extra copies must be
handed in by Saturday morning. Friends,
give it a wide circulation.
MASS MRSTINGS were held by the Republicans
last evening at Fiaherville and Elizabethville.
One was addressed by Amos B. Boughter and
Col. A. C. Smith, and the other by H. C. Alle
man, Esq., and other gentlemen. At both
places there was a large turn out and great en
SINGULAR ACM/INT.—The Lykenstown Jour
nal says that on Friday morning last a boy
named Morel), about eight years of age, fell
from a chestnut tree in East Wiconisco, catching
in his descent on a spike which had been driven
into the tree. The spike entered the lower part
of his abdomen, inflicting a terrible and dan
gerous wound. The boy still lies in a critical
condition under the care of Doctors Cameron
Moss MAD Does.—About two weeks ago a
small dog belonging to a gentleman in New
Market, a few miles below this city, on the op
posite side of the liver, was taken with a fit of
hydrophobia, and traversing that town and the
neighboring one of New Cumberland, bit every
thing that crossed his path. Borne dozen dogs
and several hogs were bitten, all of which were
immediately shot. It is reported, we do not
know with what truth, that two men in New
Market were bitten by their own dogs. This is
the second time that this town has suffered from
mad dogs the present season.—
OPPOSED TO PROTRACTED MEETINGS. —Th .WeStr
ern Christian Advocate, one * orthe Methodist or
* galls, pronounces decidedly againit the system
of holding protracted meetings. They involve
a great amount of labor and exposure, both on
the part of the pastors and people. If the for
mer do not break down before the'sesson of
these meeting*" is over, they are at least - .so
thoroughly exhausted as to be unfitted for ser
vice the greater part of the year. After ar
guing in this strain at great length, the Advo
cate concludes that a condition of the Church
which requires , a protracted meetinglik order to
awaken the members and make sinners believe
that there is a reality in religion, is a sore
evil, and one that will ultimately ruin the
Church, unless it is removed.
Cowasoty Aar.—Last evening, while the
Wide-Awakes were passing up Market street,
tome cowardly Locofoco threw a stone at the
Carlisle delegation, which struck Mr. Thomas
Mahan, President of the Carlisle Lincoln Club,
on the head, inflicting a severe wound. He was
taken to Mr. Bannvart's drug store, where the
wound was dressed. Stones were also thrown
at one of the Assistant Marshals; but in this in
stance the fellow who committed the dastardly
act received a personal castigation that will no
doubt benefit him. With these exceptions, and
the noisy demonstrations of an inebriated Don
glasite in the Square, the parade and meeting
passed off without disturbance or interruption.
TR, Lear GRAND PRINIC—A lanunmber
of tickets have already been sold forit e picnic
to be given in Cameron's woods on Monday
next, by the Harrisburg String Band, for the
benefit of the Hope Cornet Band. The mum.
gers will spare no efforts to make this one of
the most pleasant and recherche miles of the
season. The object being a highly commenda
ble one, and the tickets exceedingly4esp, we
have no doubt the occasion will draw 'together
a large crowd of the lads and lessee Of the Capi
tal City. Excellent music will be provided for
the accommodation of such as wit to Indulge
in terpiac horean. amusements. The "Rivera"
have, thus far, met with liberalencopragement;
aqd it into be hoped that the briXlB43 of the
coming picnic will complete the amount re
quisite for the purchase of instrutnents for the
LUTHERAN SYNOD.—The nineteenth annual
convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod
of East Pennsylvania met at Sunbury recently.
The attendance, both of clerical and lay mem
bers, was unusually large. The Synod islaigbly
increasing in numerical strength, and promisee
soon to rank among the largest Lutheran Sync&
in this country. Twelve ministers from other
Synods were received into the body at the late
session. Rev. Charles A. Hay, D. D., of Bar
risburg, was elected President for the ensuing
year ; Rev. S. Domer, of Selinsgrove, succeeds
Rev. E. Greenwald, D. D., of Easton, RR Treas
urer. A newly authorised Lutheran congrega
tion at Harrisburg, together with their pastor,
Rev. E. S. Johnson, were received into connec
tion with this body. The time and place of the
next meeting of the. Synod was Axed for the
Friday succeeding theCommencementexcercises
at Gettysburg. Thisplate was designated by
ballot, and it was dielded to hold the next Ms-
Rion of Synod in the church of Rev. L. E.- Al
bert, at Germantown.
THE STATE CAPITAL BAND paraded with the
Harrisburg Wide-Awakes lest night, and their
excellent music on the occasion was generally
admired. This band is among the best in the
state, and a credit to our city. The members
will shortly appear in new and beautiful equip
THB CHURCH OF GOD CAMP MARTINO broke up
this morning. We learn that the closing scents
were very interesting, impressive cud soleaus:
A number of persons were converted during
the progress of the me,ting, and admitted to
Foa CoNorass.—The Bell-Everett men of th . o
distriot have trotted out our clever and eccen
tric friend, Col. James Worrall, as a candidate
for Congress. The Colonel is a very Dice man,
but he can't ketp a hotel." If he comes
within three thousand votes of an elect'on,mhe
will do better than we anticipate.
ANOTHER PoLITIOAL MENTENG.—WO notice
handbills posted calling a meeting this evening,
at Brant's Hall, of "the friends of the
Union, the Constitution, and the enforcement
of the laws," to be addressed by Mr. More
head, of Kentucky. If all citizens of Harrisburg
who are for "the Union, the Constitution, and
the enforcement of the laws," turn out, the
meeting will be a very large one and embrace
the masses of all parties.
SKRZNADX.—The Duncanon Brass Band, one
of the best in the interior of the State, eerenad
ed several of our prominent citizens last night,
after the close of the mass meeting. We thank
them for a call, and regret that it came at such
a late hour as to render it impossible for us to
give them the kind of reception and entertain
ment we desired to do. Although their elo
quently discoursed music roused us out of a
pleasant slumber, the entertainment was none
the less appreciated on that account.
THR Fracst ro Bur CHEAP DRY Goons.—Just
received 60 pieces of new styles Calicos, war
ranted fast colors, 10 cents; 10 dozen of all
Linen White Toweling, 26 cents a piece ; 10
pieces of White all Wool Flannel very cheap; a
let of Fancy and Plain Satinetts ; 20 pieces of
White Cambric, Jacconefts and Nammks, and a
good many other new and cheap goods. New
goods received every week from auction. The
place to buy the cheapest goods in town is at
Limy's, at the old . titan of John Rhoads, Fsq.,
Pumnts Fluxes made to order at the shortest
notice and at the most reasonable prices, at W.
Knoche's Music Store, 92 Market street. t
Nonce Tina. —All the late daily and weekly
papers, Magazines, chelp publications and new
b o oks, are for sale at Bergner's Cheap Book
store, No. 61 Market street.
Fey= AND Arms baying made its appearance
we advise all afflicted to get BANNVART'S ANTI
-1481610, *hick is a politive core. Sold only by
O. A. Berm/arr who will also send it post paid
to any address on receipt .of . letter stamps.
HE undereigned, DOCTOR OF DENTAL
MABRY, has returned end resumed his practice
In Stale street opposite the "Brady Douse," where be
will be pleased to attend to ail wbo may desire his ser
vices. Isep27l B. M. (ULM, D. A B.
GIN AS A REMEDIAL AGENT.
2HL9 DELICIOUS TONIC STIMULANT,
VSPECIALLY designed for the use of the
•_l2l 'Medical Prof.:Won aad the &m ay, hoeing allper
ceded the so-called nGins," "Aromatic," "Cordial,"
"Medicated." "Echnapps," etc., is now endorsed by all
of the prominent physiciarut, chemists and connoisseurs,
as.posvessingrlt of those Intrin>io medicinal qualities]
(tonic and diuretic) which belong to as tun rind'rtms
Gin. Put up in quart bottles and cold by all druggists,
grocers, etc. A. 11, tININGI9II. & OO
(Established in 1778.) Bole Proprietors. •
No. 19 Broad Street, E. Y.
For sale by W.V. & H. Smith,—Freach, Iticheida &
Co., and all of the prominent Wholesale Druggists is
GRAND PICNIC •
HARRIBBIThiG STRING BAND,
To be held Monday, October Is,
IN CAMER,ON'S . WOODS,"
roe zug-tirrirrr or tar -
HOPE CORNET BRASS .BAND•
•TIOSETB_ 25 CEN'TEI.
OMNIBUSES will leave the Hor3 Hole Boone every
hoar daring tbe, Oa for the iter.33o rit'. festivities. M.&
LIFE or L.Tric 01.211
.ONLY z -
ALARGE authorized Pamphlet, editign
of the LIFE OP LLNOOLIT can be hili - JA it
BERGNER'S CTIKAP BOOKSTORE. .
Price ten Bents. sep26
COAL OIL 1' COAL on, COAL OIL! 1 !
COAL OIL ! COAL OIL I I COAL OIL I 1 1
COAL OIL! 'COAL 0/11 I COAT, OIL! '1
COAL OIL I COAL OIL ! I .aliAjt OIL 1 ! I
co.A.r. OIL LAMPS: COAL .o.lL4 . ws'
COAL OIL LAmPL , COAL OIL .LANY•B3!
COAL OIL LAMBS! COAL OIL LAMPS! I
GOAL OIL LAMPS I - 00.AL OIL LAMPS 13
Hand, Baud, Braisket, Hanging' -sad Side lamps 1
Hand, Stand, Bracket,',Ebueing. and Fide Lamps I I
Hand, Stand, Bracket, Htuigtog and Side Lampe I I I
Hand, Stand. Bracket; 'Hinging and - Side Lamps ? 1
Beautiful and Very Cheap !
Beautifuland Very Cheap!
13eantituliatti Very Cheap !-
Beautiful and-Very Cheap I -
Lamp changed to burn'. Coal OIL Alt the atat Oil and
Lamps aold by us are warranted to ere entire aatialac•
Sou. Please eall and leathern.
D- W. GROSS at CO.,
ol elude and Retail Druggists, 19 Market Street.
sep2.s.2rrid.42tw - . •
MACHINISTS .WANTED !
FilUlt, Good,, bteady Machinists wanted
by the Schuylkill & Somplehenna Railroad Comps.-
tor to. *Mein their slaws utketterdl GioN Require of
5e 25 . 301 4 1 . Agent 8 4.8 8•It Peun'a Depot.
A FRESH StIA.DErt-
L 4.ll:juq received acid for
sale by the quad or boitloo.
writ. DOGS, at. az co
101rELM BOLD'S EXTRACT B [WHO I
For Diseases of the Bladder, Kidney, Gravel,
BMIMLD'S Extract Buchu for Secret and Delicate
BELMBOLD'S 6:street of Booths for Nervous and De
BELSIBOLD'S Extract of Buehu for Lese of Memory,
Loss of Power, Dimness of Vision, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves and Universal Lasgitude of the muscular
HELMBOLD'S Extract of &whit for all diAreasing ail-
Ments--Obstructions, Irregularities, Excess to married
life, or early indiscretions, &c., and all the aces of the
sexual organs, whether existing in Male or Frmitio, from
Whatever cause they may have originated, and no mat
ter of bow long standing.
BEELMBOLDLS EXTRACT BUCHU is pleasant In its
ste and odor, and home liate in Its action. Prioe St per
ttle, or six for $5. Dslivered to &or address, aeou:n•
pled by reliable ce bliettes =oil by Alt orugii is
sal Sm Dep st 104 &nth Tent it Phi i tutu'
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
WIJ L BE SOLD AT - PUBLIC SALE,
at Rrant'a City Hall, on wawa' RVk NI VO,
October 2, 1880. The property situate In Harrisburg,
fronting on Market Square 18 feet inches, and exteodlog
back it* feet, more or less to River alley, ad jo'ning an
the one side proeerty of Dr. Jacob Wirstlieg, and on the
other side property of Rudolph P. Hellcat% thereon erect
ed a two-story brick dwelling house, wiih a two-story
brick hick building.
TERMS OF SALE.
One third on the first of April, 1861, when possession
will be given to the porolutser; one third on the first of
April, 1802 3 with interest from April 1, 1801, and one third
oh the first of April, 1888, with intorest Pool At ril 1,
1881. Title ledi.putsble.
F. 11. BOAS,
Attorney for heirs of Martha Ingram, do c'd
Harrisburg, izepiember 10.—doawts*
ATHOROUGHLY complete stock of all
sive, styles, for sale at
BP MINER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
toy 24 al Market street.
5 CASES CLARET, embracing ail the
principal brands and qualities, just received and
for sale by
SOYER'S SULTANANA'S. SAUCE
For Hot and Cold Dishes of all Kinds.
his most delicious and
petisdng Sauce, invented by th
anowned "Sonte„"for the Loti
on Reform ChM, le, since ble
Imam, manofitotured by the
11-known holm of Camel &
t worm, London, from the
;Mal recipe. Itis thefevorite
ice in England, and on the
Mama., with a high and grow
reputat on among American
Mures, a.d is much approved
as a etisubuit to the appetite
aid to digestion.
OPINIONS OF Tait LONDON PRESS.
"We reoottunend our correspondent to try Mon. SOT-
Mee new Sauce, entitled the 'Sultana's Sauce,' It is
made after the Turkish recipe ; it. Savor is excellent,
and it ailbrds considerable aid in cases or slow and weak
digestion. "—Sae Lancet.
"Savory, Piquant, and Spicy, worthy the genius of
"A most valuable adjunct to Fish, Flesh, and Fowl,
and should have a plat* on every table."—.4/Jar.
Sole Agents for the United States.
GARDNBIt G. it UELIN, 217 Fulton at Y
and BRAY & RAYBS, 84 Conan, Boston
Tor sale by Grocers and bruit Dealers everywhere
'BRIDGE BUILDERS !
001IMISSIONER'S OFFICE, 1
Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. I
HARRISBURG, Sept. Is, 1810
tiIROPOSALS will be received by the
undersigned, Commissioners of Dauphin county,
at their office at Harrisburg, for the building of a
maiden bridge, standing•on two abutments, forty feet
span, acmes Paxton creek near the Canal Aqueduct, be
low Harrisburg, in Busters • township. Said bridge to
be /0 feetwide in the clear, and to be erected on the
site of the present old-bridge. Said proposals will be re
ceived up to SEPTIIIIBIIII3 28th, 1880, at 3 o'clock P. it.,
at which thsteand place the sante will be let to the lowest
•respowdble bidder or bidders. All bids to be (admand
on'. the .speciflottlon i which can be had at thb office on
application, -by letter or otherwise. All communica
tions to be addressed to “Commissioaere of Dauphin
County, Harrisburg, Pa." All proposals to be sealed
and outside directed Paxton Creek Proposals.
• JACOB BUFFINGTON,
JOHN S. MUSSER,
ATTIO3T :--Joeirra Yuma, Clerk. - el4-dawtd
THE ORIGINAL AND OzNIMIR
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
The Great Renovator of
THE' SOVEREIGN MIMI* FOB
RE UPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
AND ALL FORMS OF 'CUTANEOUS
'Dims complaints can bespeedny and ereaasay Lured
by the ascot this - • '
Thousands hall aperienced Its salutary MON and
lens of Mammas have 'witnessed it, until it has clued to
be a questianamong the intelbgeat portion Ct,. the eon%
When the dtood becomes lifeless-and Magnanj, eilhe
from the effects of Spring Weather, Change lA' &mate,
want of excretes, the use of a manta saline Mot, or any
other cause ; this Compound - Extract of AlarsaporWa, will
aim the Itioon, carry off the putrid law" ilszrun
.14 , 479VLATE THE BdWELE,'
And impart a Tone of Vigor 'to the
TO TEM PUBLIC.
The public are hereby notiaed thatthe preparation,. eal
lenidvely known as Dr. S, P. Towasanais oompooag
tree t of fiersmarilla, is now mandrictured under my di
remain and supusWori, frotithe originalreelpe obtabied
from Dr. S. S.:Townsend; and reerilfy that it is ocousef
ed , of ingredients NIMBLY VBGETABLE, and WITROVT
Mitt COAT; and also that the ingredients are judiciously
coati added, so as to obtain ROM tbem their greatest
JAM R. 0111LCON, M. D., Chemist.
Dr.B P. TOWNSEND'S. Cparroolla Rama es SAM.
PARMA, ISIS tabs among civilised Watkins as
the beet pre act for
Renovating and PnrifyinigethalllßLOOD
which science has ever offered to man, In this resides
PACULIaitIiWiIi:LLENCE, and iothisisdne Its world-
It contains all;the instable Principles Midair
grace hes prayed =VW in clearing the BYlekkiWe
DEBEA34 extracted and combined :with the highest Skid
which the refinements of modern cluunimry enable us to
lodetay be said by mortified isompelltors or
plenetic hm, the tuft dud this medkine is fain.
and chants use creates an increased de•
mend, shims conclusively Matti - peewees • magma
merits of the that.order
C-.,A U T I
To avoid ImpositlOn y it will be spassiwy4o fee that
DR. JAMER.R. OHILTOIOB
CERTIFICATE as well as , the SIGNATURE st Dr. aP.
Townsend, to on the Ontelde wrappers! eanh bottle.
BE..VERt CAREFUL TO US E
. - Proprietor's Oka, Mi. 41 Fulton street, N. Y.
And 43i side by every Druggist in this city. -
aoWELL & BOURN
MANIIPACTUREBB & lIIPORTBRS
PAPER " HANGINGS,
N. E, corner H of South and Market Wok Philadelphia.
INF ALLIBLE POWDERS ,
For the speedy and effecfnal Care of all Ingo" smathnu,
Avers, EheeessAtissi, Zeopepriee old Liver Cloirdisi.
Pau, Gravel, and all Acids- and Ohmic Mame of
ADULTS and Ormueer. Mold three cent stamp to her
Arent. 0.11. .10MADM.
Hundreds of telltilD9olllB Eoz 2070 Philman P. 0.
air Agroxy N., corner ,or Third and Arch streeie..
AtOKED - thamOM
fait very itiperior lot of
SWIM 11411 IN sei mid fkir . Side bY
mi 9 WM. MAAO44 III CO.
COAL ! COAL ! !
ONLY YARD IN TOW.N" TIIAT 1)1:711
COAL BY THE
NOW ib THE TIME
FOR every family to get in their
of Coal for the wintry—weighed st
the Patent Weigh-(far. 4he accarary r
One diarist:et, and they never get out of order,
quently the case KIM the platform
consumer has the satisfaction of proving C..•
his coal, at his own house.
!have a large supply of Coal ou baud,
S. IN. CO.'S LYRENS tai.L.Ey COAL.
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP
All Coal of the first quality 'pitied nud
from ail Impurities, at the lowest roes, by
oar load, single, LW or third of tong, and by .„
J A N 11,14 m Wit
Harrisburg, Sept. 24, 1860.
51 MARKET STR E
IS TEE CHEAPES I' PLACE IN 111E1'.
SCHOOL StAl I Nf..
Compri*, log all the vari.u4
READING AND SPELLING ROOEN
rw ARITIIMErres ALGEBRAS,
DICTIONARIES, 1.11. s r
PRILOSOPRIL • ~,
all the lOROOL BOOKS ured in the 'mho,:
Private Schools of the Qty, together with
COPY AND COMPOSITION BOOKS,
LETZIGI, CAP and, NOTE PAPER.
BLANK BOOKS, SLATES.
LEAD A ND SEA TE
PENS AND HOLDERS,
LYKSTANDS, El L
the most Complete assortment of SCHOOL. sT VT:
constantly on hand aOG for Cale at THE Low I :41 E.
or MIT PLIOn in the city at
BERONER'd CHEAP EtOt I
sar-Liberal dfecounts made to teachor , -.1 , ,
Any article not on band promptly fur:
Wbi . DOCK. 3 R.., It CO
COAL! COAL ! !
rrHE SUBSCRIBERS w;slt to u ,
lion to their LARGE STOCK OF COAL. u.„
Intend to sell at REDUCED PRICE& Call •
'before you purchase. EBY , 1 / 4 1.1 v..,
111CIE HARRISBURG STONE \\
YOBIS, have bean removed to
nal, opposite Car Manufactory
H. L. GODBOLD
PRACTICAL Tnner and flepa"l.•l
Pianos. Melodeons, &c., /to., will r , 0
future at WK. KNOCHE'S Music Store, 92 Marl,. I -
All orders left at the above named place, or at the
Ruuse, wilt meet with prompt attention.
First clan PIANOS tor sale.
riliVO LARGE STEAM BOlLliii,s.
feet in length by 4) fret In diameter, with
dues, manufactured b the late James renblue i
These boilers are entirely new, made of the b.-t
coal Iron, (warranted,) and war be sold on re.,
terms. Apply to J. T. BAHNITZ,
sepl7•dlm N 0.109 Market Street, Ilarristu
2b bs Add as Wyoming, &pt. tA, 28, 27 and 28, la.'
THE NORTHERN CENTRAL RAII
WAY' COMPANY will Issue Round Trip Tic.,
rom ihls Station at reduced rates. Good from tbe .4;
to the 29th inclusive. Mall and Express Truiu3
slogs eennietielf at Northumberland for Wyoming.
JOHN W. MAU, Aga:
HarrOurg, Sept. 19, 1860. dtw
3E" 333 NM" .
"PEW COMMITTEE" of
Presbyterian church of Harrisburg," u am E
the church, corner orlbird and Pine streetq, on
terttoona or WIT.DRIP.: DAY and SA/ LTEDAY et ea c h
until the first day of neat month, between the h..,
2 and 4 o'clock, to accommodate persma who iy
to buy or rent pews lu skid church. Apr lie
aloe be made to the undersigned.
all CHAS. C. HAWN, Chairman nr
STATE STREET BETWEEN SECOND AN!) 11!
TREUNDERSIGNED having purcha
sooty - line MIMIC, with Double Fat t or Tri
for Children and Adults, respectihily solicits the ;, a
agenf the iAllzens of Harrisburg and vicinitY •
Stade vats oraysou hand.
EMPTY LIQUOR BARRELS. --A
• • tonal! in scrod condition, for Bale by
. ,ilapl7 WM. DOCK
SPERM-'CANDL'ES I --
A LA/101 sont7 JUST RECEIVED Is
requested to the NEW and SUPERIOR
. "SKELETON SKIRTS,''
TRIDION. PATTON. 2;4::1 CLAEPS. au fit(
Which there ean be no objection made. ;0 I.
running in 18,18, 22, 27, 80, 35, 40, 45 and
For sale ONLY at
No. 14 Market
next door to the Harrisin , u 1,,
en - ALE.--.A. House and 'Lot ,ili
on South Street, In the city of Harriaburic , ,t•
t and &cond. For terms and conditions srio
sepia-Mt TAO. J. am I , :te
' . ' Attorney-at-taw. Walnut .-0-,
WANTED4-TWO MALE TEACH
IA the Borough of DAUPHIN, Da phi, .'
Team era of Mddle age preferred. r'ehook e . ,
oedafter the 15th of (Weber. Exam:atm,
24thptember.. ISAAC N ACE, l'rer..l'.
TOYS, BASKETS AND FANCY liuub
No. 120liorth Second Street, above A
ILDAT ARCHIVED at Lis .NEW :'IuL
very lagekasisortment of TOYS or, v,!)
Also, WIIIII BASKETS. WORK EON 1.. l
,Boxes, &war Caite3, Pfpos, Odom hod Peary A r ,,
Inge Variety. AU being imported CIR.. , I r
inaattlitettirm ettab!ea rat:tweed at very i "
serflosse coll and ermine My stock.
FOi RENT.--A Two Story Frame:ll LJ
situated In Market street, city of liarr. L L.,
Ward, between 4th and fittt Streets. AN :s
COAL I COAL CO AL ! •
- Be " N 423 Sout h
THE . Buß-
Qcs,n3Bß is prepared at •
Mmes IW - deliver to the citizens of fiarrkburiL l
ditterean-Arttats• anti sizes ol L2.11E24 , 2 VALLEV,T
GROVSiandIinULNEIABRE COAL, weighed on !IL. , L
welsh cart at the consumers door, and lull
sawed. Prices as low as at any regular !, are:
Orders Left at his °Mee, corner 4th and %Lai k I -[
or dropped In the st Office, sill be proinp• I , • '
CORN AND 0
BOUGHT AND SOLD BY
lIONEY.- 2 -4. very superior art lc
received and fir sale by
. WHITE BRANDY !
OR , PRESERVING a very nu]
tide on Un3 and fcr sale LOW, by
WM. DOCK JP
WM. DOCK Ja