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pait g Etitgrapil.
Thursday Afternoon, November 1, 1860.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
THOMAS M. HONE,
EDWARD C. KNIGHT,
ROBERT P. KING, •
HENRY BUMM, •
ROBERT M. FOUST,
JAMES W. FULLER,
DAVID E. bTOUT,
FRANCIS W. CHRIST,
. • DAVID MUMMA, JR., ,
THOMAS R. HULL,
FRANCIS B. PENNIMAN,
A. BRADY SHARPE,
DANIEL 0. GEER
JOHN M. KIRKPATRICK,
RICHARD P. ROBERTS,
Andrew G Curtin in Boston.
On Saturday evening last, the RepUb
limn Governor, elect of Vonnsylvania,
spoke to an , immense Bepublican -mass
-Meeiing assembled- in Fanenil Tal, ;the
4 CVadle of liadity" Boston. 'Mailisitclu
setts., The proceedings of.the meeting,
as reported in the Bostep papers, indicate
that it; was one of those enthisiaitie and
brilliant , political assemblages so peculiar
to mOdern Athens. Col. 'Curtin was in
troduced to the assemblage by Gov.
Banks, from whose, speeek 'we extract the
"This meeting is assembled for the purpose
of giving, welcome to distinguished citizens of
distant parts of our Commonwealth, whose
voices will be none the less welcoine here that
they represent men who, in years long agone,
have always been regarded as safe and wise
counsellors for the people. [Applause.] But
especially are we assembled,' fellow-citizens, for
the .purpose of making our acknowledgments
to the Republicans—the glorious Republicans—
of the old Keystone. State [hearty and pro
longed cheerina]—the Keystone that has pre
served the. Federal arch to this day, and will=
preserve it forever. - [Renewed cheers.] It is
to make our acknowledgments to the citizens
which they have cheered us, [applause,] and to
welcome the Governor elect of that. State,
[cheers] of whom you will say; I know, when
you see him, that be honors the people who'
have made him theirleader,
and Abe cause—
the .glorious cause—in which he -has been the
victor. [Renewed cheers:]
I ask of you, gentle Men, a welcome—aye
get me say, a Fanezal Rail weicome—foi the. Gov
error elect of Pennsylvania, the Hon. An
drew Gregg Curtin.
On the first page of, this afternoon's
TELEGRAPH we print the . Boston speech
of Col. Curtin, to which we eafL the par
ticular attention of our readers. It is a
bold, lucid and fearless exposition of the
doctrines on which he triumphed a few
weeks, since, and with the aid and power.
of which -we hope in a few' days to - re
girE Frankfort (Kentucky) Common
wealth.. thlm-vents its honest indignation
towards those who disgrace and misrepre
sent the South'by their quadrennial threats
.of disunion :--
At every Presidential election these, political
Allibusters remind us of the poor Frenchman
who locked himself in a room with ariCh ditto,
arid threatened to blow his own brains out and
charge the rich one with the murder, unless the
latter gave him then and:lhere five hundred
dollars. Every four years thekSouthern Quix
otes.swell up with bad'whisky arid worse logic,
anUttall the balance of the peopiele they don't
do so so, that they—the 'Quiaotes—will
seceder" are tired of their gasconade, their
terrific - threats, and of their blaNly prophecies.
They were never calculated for any higher des
* than that of 'frightening:women and
ibilag children. They have' been revived and
repeated until—touse an expression of vulgarism
—they are playetout. Their bombast is abso
TERRIEW.—The Atlanta aocomotive,
which is not .a steam engine, I;iit Brea-
inridge newspaper, published in Alabama,
blows thOwhistle of alarm in the following
Since Pennsylvania and Ohio have spoken out
upon the great , political questions of the day in
their hobos elections, it is a general concession
,that Abe Lincoln must be our next President.
And this has produced a different effect in dif
ferent minds, for while an overwhelming ma
' jority deplore it, others in our very midst rejoice
over it as the consummation , of their. devout
est hopes. There is a decided majority of this
-first !class, however, and who are this' true in
- habitants of the South, 'and the r e al proprie
tors of its who have %Titter) Upon their
hearts with clenched teeth—Abe Lincoln, so help
us Heaven, shall MVO' be our President !
DR. NOTT, of Alabama, better known
as a man of science than as a politician,
says is a recent letter that hi is utterly
indifferent as to die 'result of .the'Presi
dential election :
Not seeing that the South and the country at
large have anything to gain by the success of
tonor in the Arad, I shall not take the
trouble cat% a vote. If I were forced to vote,
in the present aspect of affairs, I believe I should
cast it for Lincoln , with the hope of, bringing'
this 'lr r e p ressible conflict" to a close.
3ennopli3anict Malty giclegrapt), eintrobag 'Afternoon, November 1, 1860.
Who Fools the South P
Out' 'Southern friends are kept in a
constant condition of commotion in rein.;
tion to the acts of aggression, not that
the North have ever committed, bat
which they threaten to commit after Abe'
Lincoln has been inaugurated President.
This alone is elicited and excited by ex
tracts which are published in the South
purporting to be quotatioons from North
ern newspapers, when in reality such pub-
Reagens never were issued in the North,
never were intended for Northern con
sumption, but were printed and produced
in New York and Philadelphia, by the
Democratic allies of •the Southern Seces
sionists purposely to keep up their excite
ment and increase their prejudices against
everything in the shape of a Northern
newspaper, orator or "school marm." In
this manner the Democratic party pre
serves what it calls a national organize
bicause as soon as the masses or,the
South are imbued with an intelligent idea
of the reality of Republicanism, and fairly
begin to understand the grand mission
and glorious objects of the Republican
party, that moment
, :their devotion to
modern Democracy ceases, and their aspi
rations and adherence will turn in the di
rection of what is true in morals as well
as politics, that before men can be elevated
they must be free, and that in order to
make labor respectable all, its associations
must be free,),and that without freedom of
thought and action and speech, religion,
society and liberty. are bound to become
'pi:dated and everitnally. decay. All this
ie studiouslysecieted from the - Southern
niasscs. Their passions alone are appealed,
to, their prejudices only pampered, while
weir reason and jUdgment becomikhlindel )
by the excitement into which they 'are
plunged by the perusal of such publica
tions to which we here refer.
Another dodge that is daily practised
on the people of the - South, is contained)
in just such adve;tisements as the fol=
TTENTION WIDE AWAKES I—The
jeOL colored citizen.: t r Philadelphia 10.11 meet nfghtly
at a. WHlltualson't Seventhatreet, near Lombard, for the
purpoie iixorginizbig axity Wide Awake Club.
THO 3. JOHNSON, Sue. pro tern.
There .is no ,doubt that almost any
man acquainted' with the desperate dodges
of our opponents, will at once discover
the stale trick practised in such an adver
tisement. That it was written.and paid
for by one of the Noithern allies of
p... „ . „ . ,16 ....____D ,,„,,„„ r „ ,.... 7 ,--t-kere-1 6 --- amp l a
proof, because Such dirty hilliness, iiiiiim:
mon "to •men of such desperate habits.—
They • practice these impositions on the
South to keep Southern chivalry and re
sentment at a proper warmth to preserve
their Democracy, because without ouch
imposition and consequ nt excitement,
the Democratic party o e South would
be as completely "disorganized as the
same party is divided and demented in
Pemaylvania. All we ask of the people
of the South is to read the Republican
newspapers that are now destroyed in
their pot,3t-riffices in order to prevent their
reacting' their Sonthern subscriber& Let
them remove . the restriction that iS init
.., . .
cLon the freedomof speech and treat
courteously our champions arid orators.
When this is dime, the legerdemaiSand
conjurings of modern Democracy wiif be
exposeds in all its cheats and corruptions,
and become a' stench in the nostrils of
every decent and intelligent man below as
it is above Mason and Dixon'sline. And
until this:is done,vour Southern cousins
must expect to 4mposed upon ,by the
demagogues and de, radoes of the North
who use the combuitible m *
tcd - lihich
composes Southern--uhiva.ll idle n e
Southein passion, 'prejudice" and, resent=
men . •
The Vote in November.
The majority -#0 Curtin, Republican
candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania,
was 33,000, while' the - Republican ma-
jority in the aggregate vote for. Congres
sional Representatives wus nearly twelve
thousand more. This increase is -account-,
ed for by the fact that in seieral districts
there were no opposing candidates to, the
regular nominees of the Republican party
Admitting this , to be one of the causes of
the increased inajor4y, it is no reason why
that majority should not again be largely
lincrease& Our friends in Philadelphia
should certainly_ e,able to carry the city
against all fusik. "They owe it to'them•
selves to achieve such victory, surround
ed asthey are by every influence and, pea-
sassing thelbower, if - they have the cour
age properly . to wield it, to give.,Lineoln
at least five thousand majoriiy. The
same, may be applied to
,all the counties
and region along the Schuylkill. W.her
ever' t4erais a mine, a forge or a Coal pit,
the Republican vote should be increased.
Wherever there is a furnace fire that has
been quenched or a hammer silenced,
there should be an increase of thi,Repub-
Heart vote. 'Buch-airemilatio deathlion'
of the wantaiciPtile -people would not be
misunderstood by those for whom it would
beintended. .The same expressions ema
nating from the Lehigh and rolling back
their eohoes..and , acquiescence : from. the
Lebanon valley, would find their responses
from the valley of Cumberland, until at
lest every part - of the gooreld Keystone
State would join in *Jolla acclaim _that
labor was about to be redeemed and vin
dicated, while freedom stood by to crown
ransomed with' iie6nest tadreisi
It will not A0...f0r. lisennsylmiajo fait
behind any of her, sister. States in the
majority. which they intend to,giye Abra
ham .LinColn. >lt .th - tO
make that majority 60,000 as to leave it
at the vote received by Curtin. We have
the adherents to increase that majority to
60,000, and we must duit. There can
be no backing down now,,nor do we be
lieve that 'there is a single man in our
ranks who voted for Curtin but who will
vote for Lindohk But we went. more
votes for Linecilirihan Curtin 4as- Ala to
wrest from the bittereiti.oßpoiition that
ever assailed any man ivith , V4uperation.
Every vote below 60,000 majority for
Lincoln in Pennsylvania, will be a vote
lost either by carelepsness or fraud. be-
membei this, honest men of Pentmy
nia, and go to work
It is Certain.
Every .oliseqing-- man, with sufficient
discrimination Ojridge for hinitelf,ispon
vinced that Abraham.,:Lincole will carry
Pennikvania by a: lite majority. We
asserted, to assure the timid and wavering
at the last electibn, that And i rew G. Cur
tin would carry the State".by a hirge
jority,.and the sequel proved that we were
YeAve le our aisertioki. Our ewe
:ion now is= that - Abfakem` ° Lioodln will
carry Pennsylvania - kyle larger - :majority
;than was given for i 4.nAsew
Of pis; tlierei t i,s;;no doubt. ,nere l is
AO* also,, thittpry, N9w York
Against ¢ all fus,ion f end every.pombination,
notwitistaraing efforts -are being made
to create .Ibe„impLession that tthe result
in the Einpire7State is ,doutiffill. - These
States,.PennSylvitnia and - New York, are
only these ,two great States,, but eiery* ,
free Statevin,itheysion,melitiyg Cali
fornia and Orego - are: 0
as certain to cast
their votes *for' the Republican candidates,"
as the sun is iserin fo car. i"orags:over
"their mountains and valleys' on the 6th of
November: 'California' and Oregon are
not positively claimed by any 'of the facl
tons- opposed ,: to
,Lincoln, so that the ,
probability is mk that these States will also
proclaim from the Pacific shore their alle-
glance to the right, and their devotion to'
a Republican organization. . Such is the
influence of Republican: principles in every
State.where free institutions, a free presi,
a free pulpit and free schools prevail.
IS e these • not, tolerated , the Re
panu "paity mi ; Ciipiged . to struggle in
a minority, but where.they are recognised,
the majority, is with the Republicans in
The fact that; every free, State will sup
port ande State opp o se Abra
very slave .
Lincoln, is of itself the greatest tri
bute in this age of progress and im
provement, quit could be tendered to ei
ther the measures' or men of the Republi-,
can party. We accept the tribute as the
proof 'of the purity and stability of both )
• , •
and hail, their, success„ as the evidence of
,the- purity and patriotism of the people.
To the friends of Lincoln and Hamlin
we say, imitatethe courage and calmness
,of. •!. • :,. se last
riter. Iri b su ec trt4 itspnteAnive
een . i fully de ated, and it 1 unprejudiced
„1, , • •
Persons: admit "that the Republicans are
in the right. The day foi talking has
now gone by, to be succeeded , by persist:
ent effort for another,Week. - Let the fu_
sionistework. themselves into a frenzy of
excitement if they will; let them Zell
out Vgiied States or other good' seentf
ties at half price' if'the cho • only be
yoveakto when-t h eytner i goat
s AC.filepi l itoo4 cam ,sup
ranks 4 look.AnTgetting out a full vote,
and see that •ne frau& are =practised one
either: i shie; Wiken , 4 oiftifoPpaientfAould
indulge, in 511 itinds, pr. magstrien, be as
calm and collec ted ae the , . 41ertli river,,
when basking in -the a July slimy
You will,enjey the satisfaction odi . , hearty
laugh at your opponents' _folliew_by
next,nesday and i!lint'etinbnli• get Bold
of a lot of goVernmerit'imidti 'et a reason
abe decline, you will--enjoy soncothing
still more-substantial. - When- your-Dem
tion, just ask kliimAnietly whether he
would like, to ,seil,' - a g fet United States
stocks, and, ,wiat Ajticount. By thii
_Muni lie can-shim his faith kylialverks;
while 'youi .finances :niaY bet materially
improved. Again we recall the action of
the Itepublicaii liepresentativetClaat
ter, as they imitated the coolness and
bravery of their forefathers, when they
stood arrayed at Bunker Hill.
)Ms. Swear), when he was received at
Sr. 'Joseph, Mo., made a speech which
concluded in the following language :
The Dembeiittii Principle that every man
ought to be the owner of the soil that he
cultivates, and the owner of the limbs
and head that he applies to that culture,
has Iseen ,ackilited in some of the States
,eadier_than in others; and where it,was
adopted earliest, it has worked out the
fruits .of higher advancement, of greater
1 1 6 • : ;: -
el l tierprise„ - ef Where
it has not been adopted, enterprise and
industry have languished in proportion.
But it is going through ; it is bound to
go through. As it has already gone
through.eighteen. States of the Union, so
ffoind to gd.through all of the other
thitii-three States of the Union, for the
sitnille reason that it is going thrOugh the
g-LARGE.RO6II . -ip the -brick - building
on Market-0W : latow . riftb, bas' been used for the
last , flee pairs for an "Odd Fellows Lodge." Apply to
novl-3t* . • , F. R. EBY.
=LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in thaTqat Office at Har.
risburg,.Pa., Nov. 1,18 8 0: The list is published in
accordance 'with, an act of Congress in the DAILY
TELEGRAPH, it having:the
. I.4IIGEST circulation.
A McGinty, Margaret
iLlginder; Mika Jane McLain, Rebecca
Bataa n ,. Hiss Hair.' _
Bloater, Miss Car.olliie, 2-
Brown - , Mrs Sophia Emma
C . Miller, Mrs Jerome P
Elitabeth - Rifler, Mrs E •
Miller, Miss Elizabeth
Conrad, Mies Hannah s ii"litilds, Susan
Crum, Mrs Elizabeth Morgan, Miss A L
-CrdSiL Catharine , s Z N.,
tates,Mra Elizabeth' •-Nastann, Mis GLibitta
D . Mfrs Alice
' ' It
~tforryer, Miss Mary. - ..RaVer, Mrs Mary Ann '
P • • Real, Mrs Margaret '
Fisher, Mrs . . Royer, Mrs Anna
•fi, _ ..Rolliti, Mira latirtha
ain; Miss Chrisiter: Shaffer,' MrstSusart • _
Green, Mary , Schmitt, Mrs Louisa
firt4l. lll § - sEllellJ' ; ',Sanders...Mrs Catharine .
- H . Snider, Miss CEt
Hags:twin; kialSophia:- 1 , Andt.h, Miss I.ouisa • -
Harris, Mrs Elizabeth Ii swift, Mice !dory E
Haskins, Lydia 2
Herta, Rebecca Thomas, Miss Mary
Hyde,`Miss-Mary , •Talbert, , liits-Francia -
Huffman, Miss L M
Rocker, Miss Maggie „ Watkins, Frances .
Halt fine, Miss Mary Williams, Mrs .
Jones, Charlotte Williams Mrs Catharine
r ,e , 4 f NE ,_ "
jedierfiA:Otoitna • -
uhn:Mrs Elizabeth Young, Mra - Danlel
LikdaaYi Ishbelht : Ziamerman,:Mrs ;Willa 2
Lee, MitaMiry' Zaeher,Mrsidaggre
116 A isior,'Mrd efirgarirtli - •
' •—cararrrntirear , ,g_unr_
. . .
A - Lane, Itehfth _
Andrews, Dr J Landis, butane),
As h er , .1,.. . . .Logibbead J W
Abel, Louis 1 4 11 Xsii J P -
Andrew, John B I.6.ockinbill, &wept:.
Anderson, Hezektah Loag,,Jonas I -
Laughhead, John . I
Baldwin, W - Lyntington, 1'
liankensitis s, Alexander • No
Boxier; Henry McCarty, Patrick
Black, Hughy McClure, A IE,
liiickler,l McAdams, John F
Bretnig, Jacob MeLean, , Wm
Brown, Samuel C McLain, Henry
Bruce, John S McKinley, Joseph '
' C McGraum,Mtchael
Campbell, Matthew 2 McManus, Nunes 8
Mister, J BE
Castleman, Rey It A Mager, T.. A
Campbell, JJ . Marton, - E E
1 Charles, Jacob , :Masan, -- Albert
Clegg, John T 4 Mattear, Samuel
Cox, John Maßkt • John
[ Cox, Wm Matthews, Hanson
Clifford, Joseph ,Morten, Edward
Clement, Jas MMiller, - JG
Crossland, Richard Minna* Conrad
Craley, Daniel ' Miller, Wm
Crawford, G Thorn 'Miller, E
crew, B A Milei; Enos
Crone; John Mullison John
D ' Hitctiel, T J
• Decker, Wm 0 Miller r Mr
Davis, merles A Miles, James
Dearment, Francis Mohntz, La Ned
Davies, D - Morris, Charles 2
Daly, John Mormono,n, Joseph
Duey, G miller"; Wm
Duel', F Were, Phil H
Donahower, P 2 • Murphy, T. .
Pinions E • 3 Munsen, Wm
Early, J J ' MOillsgton, Themes J
Elchelberger, Adam Beason ,Joeeph B
Eppler, NG ' 2 Nebinger, E
'Engel; Francis H Novlnger, James
'inierson H P ' 0 •
Emerson, G F ' Ott, D H
Fichtliore, John M' p
Daher; George Pearock, it '
POoly, Patrick - Painter, I'
Petty, J D Paul, 8 S - '
"Men; Wm B'' - • Piper`di Entailer i
Focht, Rev George - ~ U
George - li' Reinhart A Sponeler
Fiy, Robert . ' ' Reinhart, L W ' 1
Fratitz, T . Reynolds, Wm Aug '.!
(P ' Ithile, Wm Jas
Gegler, Arnim .Rennock, John - _
Gerson, Wm . ~, - . ,-, . Raver, Augustus
GoW, John - ' -- Reis, Alexander
Gay A Spinkel i . ;. . :Russell, David
'Goat; ay - ! : i
.Gtowlng,;BM.:: - ,
Gregg, Wm Robinson, Samuel
.Groan; John Ge orge -
8 Stuite, It C
. .11 • ope,
Houk, Isaac .. 2 &heifer, C
Hauser, John . Sehmick, Elias
'Hammond, Dr . Shone, David .11
Hasles;;li A • Bheaff, 08. , • ,
HattioJoseph . Gamo, Simnel
Darner, John W-3 , • .Seiders, Daniel
Heel°, P Shafer, Joseph
:Munition ik Acheson • ' Bherldani'Heory -
Harris; Joseph L . Seibert, Wm .2 ,:
Maria, Jacob Simons , John 11" .
Harkness, H " . Small &Sonia
Heron, Abel Snavely, D ' ~
Hoary Thos Smith, Wm
Bell";.../.46kw ...*l;gs o, 4l2iGigEhnP.sil ~4- -4 " .;1 • i., : l
oltherultu. I...ARM. Wrdainelkin -- d — - ;
niiikll.Wrn if.: .... -.. • '.. 8 , 04114 4i,, "•-•.!' -'-- .
Hitt, John W Steager, John A ~
Hoag Andrew lii -Stiner,Jacob r'
Hornng, Jamas S •
~ Swaisy, A.
Heishon Istirliki A "‘; rlSweiler, mc.'•. ; ,t ;
'll6Pithie, Anhrew - - "- 2
-Bebliaz.dili W.. - .. - ~- , -. ;PM. litins , JOhll " -
Ihibbiird;'T P' " '' - - "-- 1- '-' '- , T .r - '
~Hollinger, Jacob : , . &Thomism:l, Joins , i
/I; .. Themas,,W HI - " 12
Ingram, Josep h - ' ' Taybsr Egirock W '. t2
• . J II
Jarilson I' . . . Diner, i
Judeon, J W --- Wall, .1 1 .
.fones, Jphn :Weimer, J N
' - K Weiss, - johe •
Keller; Jacob : • Witmoyer, John
%Irvin, John. , Willson, Wm
Kane, Master J - Wightman, John
Keller, Michael . , Wiremen, Wm T
.Kelly, Ediard.. - _ Wingurd, John
Kennedy, George , Wilson, Daniel
Kahn, Geo H. . . Wurater, John
Hinter Geo . . - - Woodsolames
Kidar 11 a 1
~- - r '; ' " Wright. Claus 2
ere i dler,"G ' ' WY . ansiTS
.1 - • .
Land*, Christian. , Tesler. George
Lembdln - , Whoa J :
PerSOMI calling fortbene letters will 'Bess say they
are, l e c ti g e o!',. _
- '1ut: s .;;„,„;; . GRVIV - iTomp, P.M.
TI T ILL be sold at public out-cry, at the
EUROPEAN HOTEL, in the city of Harrisburg,
cn THURSDAY EVENING the 16th day tf November, at
half-past six o'clock', the following described property,
late the residence of Mrs. Harriet Burd, dec'd, to wit :
A two story BRICK HOORN with back buildings, and
LOT OF GROUND, situate on Third street between Pine
and. Locust In the said city. Any person desiring to ex
amine the pro, erty can call upon Thomas J. Jordan
Terms will be made known on the evening of sale by
B. C. JORDAN,
L. O. JORDAN,
noviAltd Executors of Harriet Hurd, deed.
A GOOD COOK who can wash and iron.
- - MRS. THOS. J. JORDAN.
5 000 POUNDS.of OLD COPPER,
. for which:we will pay the very high
est market prize in cash; at the
octsl.lmd - EAGLE WORKS.
JUST FROM ' THE •
rifiE SUBSCRIBER has just received
from the New York and Philadelphia Trade Sales
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOOK OF
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE.
SCHOOL . BOOKS,
BLANK BOOKS,.PAPER, -AND STATIONERY
OF ALL KINDS ; • .
To which the attention or the, Public; Committees of
Libraries, Teachers, Country Merchants and purchasers
As all have been , purchased far beloir * the regular
prices, they can and will be sold at but a Entail advance
on the cost, insuring to purchasers a saying of 10 to 25
er cent. on trade prices, at . • .
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
oct3l 51 Market Street.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS at REDUCED
RATES wja be leaned bytho NORTBERN_CENTRAL
Ut).IIrANY to the MARYLAND INSTITUTE FAIR and the
MAhTLAND STATE ' -AGRICULTURAL FAIR to be held
at BALTIMORE, October 30, November let, 2d and 3d.
Ttokete good mall NoTember the 4th inclnelve:
JOHN W. BALL, Agent.
Harrisburg, ( ct: 31, 2t 1
MOH & COWPERTIEWAIT
WROLET-AIS & RETAIL
31:10 NIL 7E" GOO 3=ll IS
Corner of Front and Market Streets, ,
D. lIRICH. T. B. COWPSSTDWAIT.
AT THE NEW CITY STORE !
URICH & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FROND & MARKET KIK
A NNOUNCE to the citizens of Harris
burg,. d the public generally, that they have just
returned from the eastern cities with a large and well Re
lented stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which they will
sell at the ye ty lowest prices.
DomEanc GOODS of every kind.
Bleached and Unbleached Muslims,
Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels.
RED FLANNELS OP EVERY DESORIPIION.
A large assortment-of Welsh Flannels for Skating.
An assortment Domestic Gingham,
. Manchester Gingham, .
" Satinetts and Ca ssimeree,
" Black. Cloths at aßprices, -
6' Cloths forEadiete Chesterfields,
' 6 Beaver Cloths tor the Arab Cloaks.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Cassimer es, especially adapted to
Boy's wear. Au assortment of liertno Drawers and Un
•dershirts. An assortment of Carpets from 12 . 3 i Ms a
- yardlo Sl.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
STRIPED AND PLAID
RICH . PLAIN AND FIGURED
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELAINF,S,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS
A large assortment of Brodie and Blanket Shawls, with
a toll stock of the latest novelties.
An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmeres.
LINENS of AL KINDS.
Particular attention paid to first elms Hosiery and Em
broideries, &c., &c.,
An assortment of Elven! e wove trail spring Skirt pat
An assortment of Ehrouding and Flannels.
SEMI & COWPERTHWAIT,
Corner of . Front and Market. Streets, HarrlaburE•
Formerly occupied by J. L: Hither. oct2B-ly.
IT is compounded entirely from (Runs,
and ban become an established fact, a Standard Medi
cine, known and approved( by all that have used it,
and is now resorted , with andidence in all the
diseases for which it is r = • commended.
It, has cured -thousands within the last two years
who had given up all hopes
.„,e of relief, as the numerous
unsolicited certificates in "ott my possession show.
The dose must be adapt- ed to the temperament of
the Ludividnal taking 'Synod • used in such quantities az
to act gently oath° bowels.
Let the dictates of your 4 ' Judgment guide you in the
use of the LIVER INVIGO- TOR, and it will cure
Laveit Conmerants, Ballo • IMAM%MISOSSWA, OII RON'
lOISAmOIitA, &WOOS COS- MUMS, IrsostmosY, DROP
SY Sorra Browses . Ream nu, Glenn*" emus,
WOWS& MORGUE, OISOLIOLL IN:SANTOS, FLA TIT LSR 01,
JAMS% FNMA= WIVE- seamy, and may be OSed
SUCOOSSfOny as an Onante- . BY FASILT MBISOINZ. II
wlklcureSlCSHgdnd N: (ASI thousands, can testify)
IN TWISTY Mixon; IS TWO oar TILASPOONPULSAST
taw at commencement o • attack.
ALL ARO OMIT Ass IST- mu their testimony in its
siii•Wix Water In the month with thelin•
rtgarator, and swallow both together.
PRIOII OMR DOLLAR PXR sOTfII
PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS,- AND -PITT
TIP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL . Kim. IN ANY CLIMATE.'' i
The FAMILY CAMAS, _,..• TIC PEI is a gentle ba
'Waive Cathartic *filch the al proprietor ' hie used in his
premien more than twenty a years. - - • -
The' etieeteetlY berms' inVientandfrom those who
have long ; the PILLS l• .. and thetion which.
ill; express ti in , tegattt to * thetr-tieelbttilldinted me
te plativ them within the ft; rikelidralr •A' '
The Pretension well knots r , that effetenttiethartleeaot
on different portioni of the bowels. , _
The FAMILY OATH ' TIC MlA**, with deem
Ammoe to this well - mash- Irl tidied feet, been ennipoun.
ded from a variety of th ei pareat'Vegetable Extracts,
Which act alike on en f l o part of the alimentary ca.
nal, and are peed and ert in all eases where a ca
thartic in 'needed, such %s li t Derangeneents if annack,
Sie - Confen4 Ferns in fie Back and Loins, Onteem=
f r ii vi i ii = fP ri
Worms in Children or Ad- e. ll dm Bluntetatims, a gree es, t
Purger oPthe Blood, and Al many diseases' to 'which
doh is heir, too numerous ""g to mention In this a t*etsk
Welded. Dow, Ito 8. 0 ' s
PRICE 80 CENTS. .. : .
- Tun LnraellevrosTesn - Faextr Camas
na Prue are ietailalbyDrogkishrgenerally,and
sold wholesale by the Trade'in all the large
T, ;SANFORP,IL D.,
• ' 'N.illufeeturei-arid"'Proprieter,
Je*diswil] 386 Broadway; New York;
w Aug mop imiojm
octis xor Eli by - WM. DOCK JE. Wi
"GET THE BEST•"
W EBSTER'S UNABRIDGED
NEW PICTORIAL EDITION.
aims DICTIONARY is acknowledged to
j_ be the standard wherever the English language 'A
spoked. It is a work of extraordinary merit and V.Auu,
and no scholar should be without it, as it is the best LI-
fining dictionary of the English Language, and a necessay
to every educated man.
The NEW EDITION has many improyernents over the
old, containing in addition to att prelims editions, NINE
THOUSAND NEW WORIV, ONETHOUSAND FIVE HUN
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BIOGRAPHICAL NAMES. TWO THOUSAND 9IIBEE
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One vellums quarto, bound in SHEEP, BUFF IYATHEy,
ARASASQUE, RUSSIA and TURKEY kOROCtO BlND
lNGS,lnciuding all the styles manufactured. Having le
mtived a largo invoice direct troin , the pnblisets, I am
enable/I to otter them FOIDEMY WHOI7BALT AND ketAil .1T
111EIR Aices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
oct24 - 61Markeatreet
GUNNERS OR TRAPPERS
MAKE NOTICE, that from and after this
date all persons are warned not to trap or sheet Alky
game whatever on the farm of the subscriber iu Siaque
ham% township, Dauphin county, or they will be dealt
with according to law. MARL S'S CARSON.
EMPLOYMENT. --$50 A MONTH AND
ALL EXPENSES PAID.—An agent is wanted in
every town and county in tin:United States, to engage In
a respectable and easy business, by wide!) the above
profits may certainly be realized. For full particulars
address Dr. HENRY WARNER, b 4 East Twelfth street,
corner or Broadway, New York City, inelosing one pol•
tap stamp. octlB-3mdaw
VENETIAN BLINDS & FURNITURE
MADE and REPAIR E D, in good style at short notice,
and on reasonable terms, by A. R.EHARP, Second strom
elow Chestnut. , °M I 5 3m
A CULEAT VARIETY OF
.11:3) I AL 3Et. X3O ,
AND. ; DAILY POCKET JOURNALS
For sate at 10 cents and upward 114 price at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOORSTuRE,
octi 5111Buiret Su., et.
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and Engravers on Wood,
N. E. COR. Fir.CH & CHIMNIIT STS.,
VICECUTE all kinds of Wood Engraving
_l2j with beauty, correctness and dispatch. Original
designs furnished for Tine Book Illustrations. Persons
wishing cuts, by sending &Photograph or DeguPrreotype,
can have views of Colleges,Churches, Store Fronts,
Machines, Stoves, Patents, & c., engraved as NCB on per
Fancy Envelopes, Labels, Bill Headings, Show Bills,
Visiting, Business and other Cards, engraved in the
highest style of art, and at the lowest prices.
Tor specimens of floe engraving, see the Illustrated
works of J. B. Lippincott & Co., B. IL Butler &
H. L. GODBOLD ,
pRACTICAL Tuner and Repairer of
Pianos, Meiodeons, &0., &e ., will receive orders to
future at WM. KNOttilF. , S usic Store, 92 Market street
All ordersiett at the abOve named place, or at the Buehler
House, will meet with prompt attention.
First class PIANOS for sale seplB-dly
(English and German)
A L MA NA CS
For 1881, For sale wholesale and retail at
BERGRER'd CHEAP .13J0K314 RE,
120-dtj - El ldarkot litreat.
TOYS, BASKETS AND FANCY GOODS
No. 120 NOith Second Street, above Arch,
TUST RECEIVED at• hie. NEW STORE
a very large assortment of TOYS of every descrip
tion. Also, FANCY BASKETS, WORK BOXES, Tobacco
Meg. Segar Cases, Pipes, Canes and Panay Articles of
a large variety. All being imported direct from the
manufacturers enables me to sell at very low prices.
,Please call and examine my stock. s2o•d3m
goal !. Coal ! ! Coal !! !
COAL LORBERRY COAL!!
THOSE who want GOOD CLEAN COAL,
elm be supplied by the CAR LOAD direct from
these CELEBILATIM Mums, with LUMP, BROKEN. EGG,
STOVE and NUT, at reduced rates. Families laying to
their winter supplies will do well by calling on
octlS•l.md GEO. GARVER-ICH . ,
S. & S. EL "It. Office.
• COAL I COAL ! ! COAL ! ! !
THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared at all
times to deliver to the citizens or Harrisburg, tho
different kinds and sizes of LYKEIPS VALLEY, PINE.
GROVE and ,WILKEEBARRE.COAL, weighed on the city
weigh cart at the consumers door and full weight guar
anteed. Prices as low as at any regular yard in the oity.
Orders left at his office, corner 4th and Market streets,
or 'dropped In the Post 'Office, will be .promptle attended
COAL ! COAL!! COAL !! !
NOW,' IS YOUR TIME
TO 'GET: CLEAN COAL!
Full Weight and Nothing Short of It!
. 'FRAN - REIM TO MY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS for their liberal patronage, I would
now inform them and the public generally, that I am
fully prepared, on short notice to supply them with all
SUPERIOR COAL OF ALL SIZES.
11WERFA. FROM SLATE,. AND CAREFULLY
SCREENED AT As LOW A riGulut.o
. FAIR DEALING -WILL AFFORD.
Althoug4 my coal is not weighed inmur-wronlyaß OAHTS
Boras, watatqm We SCALES .ACCUPATatY 17- - THE
ONALER . OF ' , MGM AND NINASURO, ailli cosy ere may
rest assured thatthey will be farelymidshonestly dealt
with I sell nothing, but the very best aFti4le,,and no
ALSO HICKORY, OAK and PINE WOOD,. always on
hand. GEO. P. WIKOLDIG.
.NOT TELF, FIRST ,AIIRIVAL,
BUT ARRIvED IN , DUE , TIME, TO BE
SOLD AT REDUCED
LYKEN B ItALLE')(BI4M CUAL, 12,60:per ton.
si Nut ss , swap , ss
Also 'constantly on hand
5. 41 ,f,5: is; EGG, •
CUPOLA AND BTEAMBOAT COAL,
Bitclumith Coal, Allegheny and Bross( Top. AL.,,
Hickory, Oak and Phis WoocL
. 34 4.102 Chestantat rent
PATENT , WEIGH I CARTS!
F QII. "the convenience of my.numerone up
town custinors, I have established, in connection
with my Ohtyard, a BRANCH COAL YARD, OPPOSITE NORTH RUST, oit • a line with the Pennsylvania Canal,
having the office formerly occupied by WriiL , Harris,
where consumers of coal in that vicinity and,,VERBEgE
TOWN can receive their. coa l' by thei AATRNT WEIGH
CARTE vevrnotri , Fithti 00, RGV#OR itIVISING and in any
anywhere'qnankit they may demir,ona low NORA be: wenn:sea
5,000 .TONS. COLL ON_HAND
OF LIKENS VALLEI "..AlvitljvlutES
ßAEßE, OF ALL SIZES.
ifirWskusto o. lianTAlNt Para Yams, but UNWILLING
TO MI lINDIRSOLD sr anlr Palma.
A,lrecaraiiikad wind: - del - foe* - teen, and free
froaallitnOntidee, and the beafartlele inhed.
at both yards wi ll be.proraptlytilled,
and,all coal delivered by the VAUNT WRIGR CARTS.
WALE. sold by boat, city
.load, single, Mit or third of
tons, and by the bnattel t
iiluttetiurg, Oct.a, moo. -