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Fi ARRIBBIT REI
Thursday Afternoon, November 1. IRO.
WIDE AWAKES ! ATTENTION !
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MASS MEETING IN THE FIFTH WARD 2
The members of the KEYSTONE WIDE
AWAKE CLUB sill Meet at Exchange - Hall
THIS EVENING, at half past six o'clock,
fully equipped, to attend a MASS MEETING at
Raymond's Hotel in the FIFTH WARD. Those
having lamps in their possession me requested
to have them filled with oil. A )ULL TURN OUT
is desired. JACOB M. EYSTER, Captain.
Tug best assortment of oval and square gilt
frames to be found at W. lizrocut's, 92 Market
Comm.—The Altoona Wide-Awakes con
template attending the inauguration of Gover
nor Curtin on the 12th of January next.
A RasesmoAN Mamma will be held at Fred.
ericksburg, Lebanon county, this evening.—
Among the speakers announced for the occasion
is Major David Mumma, of this city, who will
address the people in the Germarnanguage.
Tux Locs:UP is becoming a popular institu•
lion with that class who are in favor of "free
lodging." Three more weary travelers were
provided with accommodations last night, and
this morning resumed their journey westward.
Fox Munnarrowit.—The Methodist Choir,
consisting of about forty ladies-and gentlemen,
left this afternoon in omnibuses for Middle
town, to give a concert to-night for the benefit
of the Methodist church of that place. We
have no doubt they will be greeted with a
hearty welcome and a full house.
APPOINTIKINT BY MB MAYOR.—lsaac 8. Water
bury to be Cbief•of Police, vice Goo. Mor•
gan, resigned. This appointment gives general
satisfaction. Col. Waterbury is just the man
for the position, and we predict that he will
make a faithfkl, efficient and popular officer.
The new Chief entered upon the discharge of
his duties to-day.
Tay liamtrons FENCIBLEB will accompany
Governor Curtin in January next, when he
visits the Capital to be inaugurated. They
have been tendered the honorable post of pri
vate escort or body guard. There is no finer
looking military corps in the Stare than the
Fetoibles, and they will make an unusually
large turn-out and attractive display.
Mg Pans &►sass.--Our Republican friends
throughout the county should work vigorously
from now until the election. The State Com
mittee intend presenting a beautiful banner to
the county which gives the largest increased
majority over that polled fur Curtin at the late
election. Can't old Dauphin win that banner
next Tuesday? Boys, let us try!
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Posrpowan.—The benefit supper announced to
come off at the. "Dauphin County House" this
evening, has been postponed until Thanksgiv
ing evening, when the entertainment will take
place in Brant's hall. The design is to raise
funds to procure suitable furniture for the new
and handsome parochial residence recently built
for Rev. Mr. Maher, the worthy pastor of St..
Twiny= WARD Maanso.—The last Repub
lican meeting of the campaign in this city will
be held at the Fifth Ward House to-night.
The Wide-Awakes will ho in attendance, and
several eloquent speakers are expected to ad
dress the people. Let the Repaidleans' of the
city make a grand rally on the occasion•
"Come ore, come al), and jots tho band,
Put on the cap and cape—
Light up the torch and rally, boYs,
To show we're Wide Awake.
COONS AND PossuMs AM unusually plenty in
this vicinity the present season..A rural
residing a few miles from this city, hatnnehith
great success in his nocturnal peinthbulations
through the woods in search of these crlgers.
Within a period of two weeks he has captured
eight Coons and fifteen Possums. A few nights
ago he secured two of the former, one of which
weighed sixteen pounds. It must have been a
relative of " that same old Coon" that we
used to "see by the light of the moon" in the
Harrison and Clay campaigns.
TIIANKSGIVING. —We frequently hear this tes t
tival spoken of as if it were a fast day—a roll
ligions occasion, for self-denial and humiliation.
Such is not the design. - it is a feast day—a
day of rejoicing woe of thankfulness for the
many blessings we enjoy. The custom of tip
pointing Thanksgiving Day was an' early New
England one, and spread over the other States.
The' first Thanksgiving Day in Pennsylvania
was 'appointed by the beloved and lamented
Governor Shunk. Now it is a regular "insti
tution" of the State, almostr universally ob
served by our wople. -
" ALL SAINTS DAY."—The first , bt,Novimber
of every year is called All MaribirDtiy; or Feast
of all Saints Day, a festiVel of the li,,4:inish anfit
English churches generally, or often ,galled All
Ballow Day. The evening of the thirty-first of
October is called All Tiullotv Eve, as being the
vigil or eve of All Hallow. Day.. Hallow-tide
Is a comprehensive nettle for b4th days. The.
Romish Church designed thii to be held' in
honor of all those saints who had not particu
lar days appointed for them. It does not ap
pear that All Saints Day, or its Eve, was . , ever
marked by any particular observance in the
Catholic church ; but there is scarcely any time
the British Island , th_an All Ballow Eve. This
is probably owing to the,fact of the first q No
vember having been one o the : I"Fpr Festivals
of our l'agantancestors. • . • t
TUESDAY, SIM OF NOVEMBER.
Fgrapani o DAUPHIN Comm, REMEM
BER THE DAY, AND r rr BB APOLITICAL
HALL Evs was generally observed by the
juv, ni)es, wh amused themselves and annoyed
citizens by thin.; corn and shot against win
dows, ringing door bells, etcetera. In two' or
three instances stones were thrown and win
dows broken. It is about time this "old fogy"
mode of celebrating Hallow Eve was "played
out" in an enlightened community...
ROWDYLSIL alp Tat.—One Andrew Carrigan
was before Alderman Maglauchlin on a charge
of forcibly entering the domicile of the gay
Fanny Jones, breaking furniture, and' stealing
a small sum of money. Held for trial. Fanny,
who is the keeper of au-alley den somewhere in
the "bloody fourth" ward, recently served a
term in priaon for maintaining a disorderly
house, and selling liquor without license.
A DIESPERATO'PENILE: —Tills afternoon a
coleired lad named Charles Duff was arrested
by officer Fleck, chargssl.with he in, con-,
nection with some other young rowdies, assault
ed and beaten Joseph Parker with a club, hx
juring him severely. The affair occurred in -
Tanner's alley, the common resort of cofored
men and women of the baser sort. Charles
was held for trial.
&WW2 IN PRIBON.—On Tuesday a German
named Christian Smith, committed suicide in the
Lancastercounty prison by banging himself with
a cord to his cell window. About a week ago'
Smith made a desperate attempt to put a period
to his existence by, cutting his throat, the re
cent wound being torn open by the coed used
in the more successful attempt. ..smith was
confined, for trial on a charge of assault and
battery with intent to kill.
MISCHIEVOUS Bovs.—This morning officer
Fleck captured three colored lads 'named re
speetively Frank White, Caleb Ennis and Cas
sius Mars, for stoning the house of Charlotte
E. Weaver. in Tartirei's . 'alley; and otherwise
annoying her. They .were taken before Jus
tice Beader, who severely reprimanded them,
and threatened to send them to prison if' they
appeared before him again on a similar charge.
A police officer should be on constant _duty. in
Tanner's alley, in order to preserve order in
that rowdy locality.'
SIAM CAPITAL GPAPD.—The , members of this
new Wide-Awake coMpany have oidered their
cilnipments, notufisting l ef tad'caps, blue ; capes
and,globe torelQa, tindealsfict foleteye_them
in, time for the grand parade next Monday
nigtt. The company already , numbers about
fifty young e.nd aetiVe Republican% The State
Capital Guard . will be among the finest looking
body of Wide-Awakes in procession on inaugu
ration day. In 'the - eVeht of Lincoln's election
—which is now regarded as a "fixed fact"—
they intend visiting. Washingtorr*nity on the
fourth of March next. • -
FISHERVILLB feW, ditys ago, while
several children, belonging to J. F. Lantz, were
playing on a stack of straw, one of them, aged,
about nine years,- slipped off and fell upon a
knotty -rail. One-of the projecting 'mots en
tered his body at a very dangerous place, and
serious doubts are'ientertained of his recovery.
A small child, while playing with a stick, fell
off a chair and broke its collar bone. A very
interesting revival is now in progress at Straws'
Church ; scores are seeking ialvation. The ex
ercises are conducted by Rey. J. W. Davidson,
pastor of the English Lutheran congregation.
THE Jormarows Mvsmay.—The tappings in
Jonestown, to which we referred In a recent is
sue, continued to' excite much attention for
several days. The Lebanon Courier says that a
servant girl, named Mary Moyer, Who lived in
the family, and:who appeared to be the volun
tary or involuntary cause of. the , noise, was re
moved to her father's, when tke rappings fol
lowed her and were coiitinued ximher-farther's
dwelling: " A great many persons visited,the
scene of the rappings—some_ to ridicille and
some as helievers. Of course there is much dif
ference of opinion in regard to the matter; but
no one has yet been able "to give a satiefactory
explanation' of . it • Thegirl is orilyabout thir
teen years of age and seems too unsophisticated
to ; play •tr any trick of the ,kind.
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W ASHLIOTON AIPKIJMENT.,-,--The voters
Third 'Ward are -notified -that a -box will be
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placed at - the polls pti .election• day, which
each citizen,* he 'depdatts hia ballot, can con
tributs -his =mile in.aichof the lifonnment. The
officers of the eleation have kindly consented to
take charge' of the matter, and pay over all
Burns contributed. , A Orrin:N.
We thank 'I/A:Citizen" of the-third_ward for
thus prchiPtlytactilig. upon ; our suggeition; and
hope his example will be followed by some
eqtudix,patrlotip *Nene the:otlyvwards of
the city. The completion of the Washington
;Monument is a p ensumplatoni devoutly t 9 be
wished by all Aniericans who,propqrly /xpprecii
ate the servicel4`and revere the memory, of the
"Father of hia -Country ; 1 ' -and we doubt not
thatileiiPportrinjty be Offered, Yevpiy'man who
depoSite alai-lot On Tni3l3clay nexi,4lll contrib
uti3 his tniteitridd'of the enterprise.
LsktnsTown ITsms.—We learn front the
Journal.of yesterday that Dr. Geo._ Dock, of
liarrisbn.rgi,visited that ,region on a gunning
exnurston last week. He bagged sixteen part
ridges,,six pheasants and. two rabbits, which,
We take it, is a pretty fair day's work. The
Washington Billie Company is practising the
Zoua t 7dand other new drill; with a view to at
.tenglingifie inauguration of Goi.
deer Was wounded on the mountains near town'
on Visesdai 'of t
-_last Week. - When venison be
comes plenty/ count -nslicifai a family chunk.
....Mr. Mralll Bailey-raised a -radish thictsea
- son weighing seven pounds and =Wning
eighteen inches both in length and circumfer-
ence. Can any-one beat it 1....8i5h0p Bow
man, of the Protestant Episcopal-Church, as
sisted Iffr.;Leacock,i - bf...Harrisburg, ad
ministeredjhe rite of confirinatiOn',l ,- '74vertl
persops ii,tLykenitoivn on *iidnesdai'exctungl.",
ipennspluatitit Incalp Ortlegrai3l), - Ctiuttbap, •Itfternoort„ November 1: 1860
MAramous Mx:mum—Alderman Maglanch
lin this morning issued a warrant for -the
arrest of a lad named Wm. 13ellman, charged
with malicious mischief in stoning. and de
facing the house of Mrs. Shaffer, in North Second
street. He has not yet been captured.
THE INAUGURATION OT GOVERNOR CURTIN will
take place on the third Tuesday of January ;
And not on the second Tuesday, as publithd
by a number of country papers. The . correc
tion should be made, in order that people may_
not - be misled as to the time.
GERMAN &imams —The German Democrats,
who appear to be the only Lux politicians in
the ranks of that party, meet at Wegner's tav
ern to-night, and have made arrangemenis for
a grand mass demonstratien at the Court Rouse
on Saturday evening, in support of the Reading
PIrEPARING FOR Tnestirsowneo.---The coop of
a gentleman, wh.o resides in the upper section
of the city, was visited last night and robbed
of four fine chickens, by some scamp Who seems
determined to enjoy a good Thanksgiving din
ner at our friend's expense.. Shonld".lhe thief
choke to death on the bones of the stolen chick
ens, he would be properly punished.. .
MAD Don EXCITIMENT There--le— 1111.1bli ex
citement among the people of Fairview and the
adjoining townships in York county, in relation
to mad dogs. The York Press says "A. few
weeks since Joseph Brownawell, an elderly gen
tleman, was bitten, and a few days ago two
sons of David Rudy were also bitten,,, all of
whom reside in Fairview township. ,ilorsee and
hogs in large numbers were also bitten:
EEL FISHING.—The eel fisheers along the
Susquehanna have been quite earcessful the
present season, catching large quantities - of
these fish,which are cleaned and salted, Pack
ed in barrels, shipped to Baltimore and •Phila;
delphie, and' Sold at remunerative priee4.- 7 --
Hundreds of strings of fresh eels are soldln this
city every market-day, at from twelve totwen-,
ty cents per string, according to size.' They are
not "hard to take" when properlycooked.
Act ImPONTANT CANN. —A very interesting case,
and one of great importance to all employees
of railroad and other sorporations, hands in
manufacturing establishments, &c., was , argued
in the Supreme Court at Pittsburg lastfilletslaY,
on a writ of error to the Common Pleas of
Westmoreland county. The case was tried at
November term, 1858, and verdict given for ,
Wm. Frazier, then complainant, for $57 75.
A motion for a new trial at October term, 1859,
was overruled, and judgment given on the
verdict. Onlhe 18th of November, 1859, a
writ of error was filed, and thus the case car
ried to the Supreme Court. We copy.from the
Pittsburg Dispatch , of yesterday a history of
this important case, as follows : •
Win. Frazier, the plaintiff, a brakeman on the,
Pennsylvania railroad, brought suit to:'recover
damages for personal injuries received in comae
of his employment, by reason of the negligence
of another employee of the company.. ' It 'up:
reefed - that on July 7; - 1856, n....ba/last_trainr
was proceeding westward . ; when a few hundred
yards west of Irwin's station, Westmoreland
county, it was run into by a freight train on
which plaintiff; was brakeman, and Henry
Scheffer conductor, and the allegation -of the
plaintiff is that '(by virtue of the contract of
hiring) it becaine the duty , of defendants"` to
furnish a skillful, predent, mein' and trust
worthy conductor, to have charge-of.the start
'jog, stopping' andepeed of the train-of which
he (the'plaintift) was brakeman, so ,'that. the
same Should not run in advance of the sche
dule prescribed by the , said conapany, or at a
higher rate of epeed, and such other, duties of
safety as appertain to the stational-conductor
on a through freight and emigrant train ;"
the company wilfully, cafelessly and wrong
fully put on .the train a conductor who was
careless, reckless and unskillful—that the
collision by which the plaintiff was -injured,
was by the train he was on being ahead of time
twenty to thirty. minutes, and. that this was
consequent on the carelessnesa of the conductor,
Shaeffer. Before the collision occurred, Shket
fer was on the cowcatcher, jumped off as the
trains met, and ran away. . Plaintiff, in obeying,
the 'signal of "down brakes ,' ! had his fight l leg
and foot crushed. 'On the trial' the culpable,
conductor, Shaeffer, was called as a witeess,'
and, the evidence which the, plainti ff gave of his
negligence and want of cap acity-for`-the position
of conductor, instead of, being rebutted hy hie'
presence, was,tdleged liy,Rliiintittto have been.
so strongly corroborated by weakness of Intel
lect Which' he manifested during the course of
his examination, that the; jury and the Court
were greatly relleied from.all difficulty about
the conflict of evidence on this subject. , The
plaintiff, was poor, penniless,lind illiterate. At
the time of the trial he had been. confined to
his room for more than two years, still suffer
ing from three 'running and inflamed 'ulcers
on his leg, incurred in an effort tci' aaic_the
property of the Company from destruction.
In November, 1858, the case walk-tried, re
sulting inc verdict for plaintiff fOr ss7' 75,
Upon which judgment was entered, and the
railroad company took a writ of.error. .0n the
trial Judge Buffington charged the jary, that,
as a general rule, "one servant cannot recover
from the master for injuriets resulting fram the
carelessness of a fellow-servant, but that it was
the duty of the company not to'use Machinery
which they knew to be:dangerous, nor 44,em
ploy,.nor .retain in their service, conductors,
engineers, and other ! holding responsible situa-
Bons, whom- they knew to he incompetent or
c.tielestrin. 'the discharge ' - of .their.duty.;_ and
that ifiraiwledge of the fact that *Stich;Wow
servante are reckless, carelesa, or .incompetent,
aail , a refusal, after such knowledge, to' dis
charge them, is such negligence on'behalf
' the'coriipany:ae fenders them liable for injuries
resulting .from the carelessness of such = Ber
-1 .e 0 9.:; • .; *,
"If yon believe that Shaeffer was , careless and
incompetent, that he ;hid on mare,
than one been guilty of negligence in running
the trains, and that the=company kneW those
facts end refused to diacharao Itim;we think
such conduct of the °facers *marauder the
company liable." . • •
The errors_ alleged Capon the case;', as argued
before the Suprease Court, were : :Ie admitting
proof of special acts of negligence_on+ the part
of Shaeffer, as evidence of general character: In
charging that there could be a / recovery frOm the
company where one servant wax injured Vy.the
carelessness of another. In refusing to: allow
the company to ask Shaeffer whether he` " was
a reckless vintrustwerthyi, careless, negligent,
thoughtless and rash conductof."
In rejecting-the testimony of Thomas A. Scott,.
that he was 'fully competent y' ;trust=
worthy and of unexceptionable moral character.
la Ake Supreme Court • the case was argued
by Gen. Wm. A. Stokes and J. C. Clarke,' Esi.,
for the coMpany, and Gen. Henry ,P. goster ,
and Harrison P. Laird, Beg:, fOr the 'plaintiff
below. A decision will probably be rendered
on Saturday or Monday- next—and will; the
1440 pie kind•id Penzufilisida: : ,;;;,
CAtiflll AND EFINOT.---A stranger from Middle
town named Jacob Pool, came to our city yes
terday, visited various lager beer shops, got
intoxicated on that delectable beverage, and
behaved in a disorderly manner on the street.
He was captured by officer Fleck and taken to
the asylim-for inebriates in Walnut street.
Rouuenxes IN MIDDINTOWN..—We learn frord
the - Journal that Middletown is at preseut in
kilted with a band of robbers. Scarcely a night
`passes. but somebody's kitchen or cellar is
rubbed. A few nights since the cellar of Mr.
Samuel Landis was .entertd and lobbed of a
barrel of mackerel, and all the eatables in the
bows. A. large copper kettle was stolen from
the premises; of. Mr. Jacob Rife, and a number
of other citizens have suffered more or less, by
these secndrels,Anring the present Nyeek.
liaastatartazianien—A few days ago James
Kerr, a brakeman on the Pennsylvania Railroad,
had one of his legs severely cut, by a sudden
,tnumition from a car to terra , firma, , near Mc-
Veytown. He had been on the deck of a car,
and was in the act of descsnding into it at one
side, but finding thatte was losing his hold,
he choose between Ms, evilS and swung himself
off, alighting.some twel,ve feet from the track.
His limb is fast luading ardbe will soon be able
to resume his post on the,train.
Foa VIE Lmnes.—A. Stoddard will open
on Thumilay, November Ist; an assortment of
fall and winter Bonnets, of the latest and most
fashionable styles. St.
Favill Ain) Aainkhaving,tuade its appearance
we - advise all afflicted to get BAIIIIVARVO Awn
PBRIO.DIO, vthich is &panties cure. Sold only by
C. A. BAN2IVAST who will also send it post paid
4,49; y Address on.receipt_pf . 17 letter stamps.
MIISICAL.—New- music from all the leading
publishing hew, always received immediately
after 'publicatioß: Violins, Guitars, Banjos,
licoorditons, etc.;,all sorts of strings always
fresh on band,at WY. Knoctin'ff Music store,
92. Marketatreet. - •!.
NSW GOODS new New , Yonx AUCTION.-
15 dozen Litled-Shirtißreaste, 20, 26, 81 cents ;
25 dozen of those good' Bibbed Stockings ; 12
pieces of beitittfil •litack Alapacka rich Silk
Lutes. Auer lot of Gents' Undershirts and
Drawers, at 65 and 75 ante; 30 dozen .of heavy
Wool Seas, 20 bents; 14 dozen of, best Steel
Skirts, 76, - $1 00, $1 37 ; 20' pieces of Black
and White -De Laines, cheak.-----A---lot
of Cloaks; greafrniny•otherbbeap goods.
If you Wish*tri buy , goods"aidoir. Oka,. call at
.x • attO_E - .4tP4,0 -1 . 1 : -, Pt•
/ 3 79T AL . P il q l4# l79 /120
E LE G.R. Ai ) H.
. • 'llrritatuf the Steadishlp Europa.
ST .4 4l4 q , NP_v; i • •
.." ' illebuniird:stainiuthiii - Eiaropa 'MORI Cape
Race this morning, and being intercepted by
the, news boat of the A ! ssociated i Press
pool (if Patarday,thit 20th tilt., have
bean Obtained. •
The steamship Penis arrived #l,34erpool on
Tho departure of the , liossian ..Embassy from
Turin Is officiallrannounced. •
Liiksaretiat, Oct 20.—Breadstuffs are buoyant,
and;ali giuditieklinse slightliadvaneed. Flour
firm .aud 6d.® , ls. higher.. Wheat buoyant
and lig24. higher. Corn has,:an• ddkiurcing
tendency; aid holders, deMand higher prices.—
Nixed 37(4378. Bd.
Lemon Minim Miuuriar.- , --Consols 931 for
Money, and 93- far account.
Politics In Alabama . . '4.
MONTGOMERY, Ala:, Nov. lst
.The Breekintidge and 13ell parties are hold
ing tepaYate,uteetinge thiejirkenlng: They are
attended. The epeakere at, the
Democratic ,nle6ting;are , urging , , resistance to
THE 'NEBRASKA fiIIiEBEIBE4
Motber - Terdiet in Favor of-Free
tory and Free L?boc.
1.1 7 4 4,1
Sr. - Lout, Nov. -1.
La[mend full returns from :Nebraska tied&
Mr. Daily, Lbw-Republican candidate for dele
gate to Congresi , one hiinilitieand eleven ,
Merehuportaiit Foreign'. News.
tit' TILE. arEAkza-stilizmLt
FAITUZIi , POLIffi November 1
The steamer Bohemian has passed - here; - with
L vet Qiitiffi)ofiThntillat i l:the 18th ult.—,
If lihn Wafts are hanged.'
18th."—Ootton has an ad
vancing Widen(*) 'Alkid:rip,tions of bread
stuff& have ltso iiiivanctd , Provisions are
, isitCosin insisscu.]
dates - T l fe"atb Bohemian's by telegraph
QiieZeitalvni fileffe4riday'nooh. When
she left. s Liverpools, theta :wee. great rejoicing',
consequent on the ope ning of a splendid: free,
'finery, presented Jo the town by
Business was generally suspended.
The Queen had returned to Windsor Ceatth'
from her visit to her datigliAgriwith rpovered
The Tina .Paris i co:reiiiorsient says, the de
' Partivii Of the Pope's nnnolo iron]. - Rome, was
considered ii. , :foleinfineil of the Pope's quitting
Rome, ,The same asthority says that seldom
has Iheilipirient'hisitility been, so general in
the enin4 WlNtiar;. Deir•W'ir boldly dis-
PlaYed- `:r `' .; • ' -
The pastoral .
- iillottitions and ser
mons all debolfece,/ino allihntlimplore, divine
vengeance an the Anvadersof the papal !Ratak
and by implication On'iliellinperor"lThe whole
prelacy has been arouseirthionghtinithe coun
The Paris beinserwngfirlii:
Advice' froiti'ltaly;say. that as soon as the
annexation•of Naides\and Sicily to Sardinia is
will resign his political
tptAvei l init'siligunielbe functions ofCommander
)2,4Chlef r ef jtie land and sea forces of Southern`
Italy °. y It was.reported in Berlin • that Russia
had. its. Ambassador from Turin =and
-given the Sardinian- Ambadsador at St. Peters
burg . his passports. . • ,
-It . was reported that 14,000 Piedmontesel
traops had reached Naples. proceed
tio'casaitis.-tii %in thei*rotips about entering the
DR. AkethrToOK'S COLD awn COUGH bincruirE,
the establf , hed and standard remedy for Cough, Cold,
Influenza, Hoarseness, and all irritations of the mucous
membraneof the throat, palate and nose, is endorsed by
physicians, aed all who have used it, as .--a preparation
that has no rival in the field.' Price 25 cents. Bold by
George Bergner. • jy2o
.From-the American. Baptist, New York, August 2, 18i9.
A MrsrATung wooden moda which we
brought from Burmalt,' having been broken while on
chipboard, wo were very anxious to have it repaired,
and-tried several 9orts of glue, but without success, till
our attention was called to Spalding's Prepared Glue, sold
at SO Plstt Street. This we found to answer the purpose.
the plgoda appears now to be strongly cemented, and
can, be seen by calling at the office of the American
Prom the freeman's Journal; Now York, August 6,1859.
Spalding's• Prepared Glue is such a Simple and cheap
preparation that it is a pity any house should be without
It. ' oct24-11a
JUDSON's MOUNTAIN HMIMPILLS.—fIow strange
and wonderful it often Seems to Us that a medicine com
posed of simple mountain herbs and roots, should so
certainly search out and cure disease. How surprising
that the Indians should know and preserve so long and
well a secret that hes escaped the search of the greatest
physicians the world has ever, seen. True, the ancient
inhabitants of Mexico were a strangerace, found by the
Spaniards, living in large cities, and, allowing for their
strange customs and religion, as well civilized as their
conquerors. In the words of a writer ofsome celebrity,
"they have perished from the earth, their cities are gi
gantic piles of ruins, their Kings'and Princes so mighty
in their life, are forgotten; their ruins and their medicine
alone arz :left." The united testimony of allintelligent
persons is, that JUDSON' S MOUNTAIN HERD DILLS are
the moat successful medicine in the world in curing
Sold. by, ell medicine dealers
Vir WE call the attention of- our readers to an
article advertised in another column, called Dimon Foon
It is an entirety new discovery, and mustnot be confound
ed with any or the numerous patent medicines of the
day. It is food for the blood, already prepared for ab
sorption; pleasant to the taste and natural in action, and
what one gains be rotains. Let all those, then, who are
suffering from poveierimpurity or deficiency of blood,
and consequently wittrolome chronic disease or, ailment,
take of this BLOOD FOOO and be restored to health. We
notice that our Druggists have received a supply of this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. Earozes
resrns CORDIAL, which every mother should have. It
icsaid to contain no paregoric, or opiate of any kind
WheteSer, andef course must heirMaliable rot' all infan
tile complaints. It is also said that it will allay all pain,
and soften the gums In process of teething, and at the
same time regulate tile bowels.. Let all mothers and
n i urses, who have endured anxious days and sleepless
n gins ' proeure a supply and be at once relieved.
.IFarc:ee advertisement. aratfebe
Fer sale by C. A. Bannvart, sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa
Mo., July 3d,1567,
MOSSS. PURI 'DAVIS & SON :=- - Dear
Having used your Paid Killer for two years, I find it to be
the beat medicine for what tits. repommende4l-for that I
have ever used. I feel thankful for 'die benefit I have
received from it. I have been troublk with dialiepsia
for ten years, and tried * • * • to no tienefit. Bitt as
Soon as I got to using your Pain Killer I found relief, and
by the use of It I am entirely cured. For Obills'aiad [bier
or congestiveuhills, it is the best medicine -I have ever
used. I have used it fbr a great many different awn.
,plaints, and it hes never yet failed in giving immediate
GRAB. L. ICIARGH.
Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
throughout die United States and Colludes.
The stain on linen from the use of the Pain. Killer is
easily removed by washing in, alcohol: oIS-lin
Aasum EVERYBODY has heard of "-Wood's
Hair Resterative." That the word “Restorativewin this
case, is no misnomer, we have the testimony or. individia
a/s whose elevated.position in the, country, as well as
their acknowledged and honorable character as gentle
men, render whatever they publicly. wat in the last d*
gree reliable. Several of these have.tested,. personally,
the hair preparation we are now „speakiug or, and cer
tify to its amazing efficacy in the, moat public manner
possible. Their certificates can be seen-at the proprie
tor's Depot, 312 Broadway, New ;York, and once seen and
properly appreciated, we have no hesitatiou in saying
they wilt impreer conviction on the most skeptical mind.
Wood's Hair Restorative is, doubtless, the Baser article of
ifs kind eveiryet produgxl.
R.-does n oeelye, -but:gives lira, boalthisileauly
in the deo iylng, falling , and dead, restoring, as if by
magic, that which was supposed to be irrecoverably. lost.
Heads nearly bald,, and- others nearly white, are daily
being changed to their pristine beauty, arldtfaces covered.
,with pimples:are rendered_ as smooth as eh infant's, and
blushing as a - rose, all :by the use of Bret, Wood's Hair
Restorative. For sale,at.ll4ldarket street, and by all
Druggists.—Chicago,Timer. • octl9-lm
• Sold by all-Druggists. _ , ,
Of worms—the vile scourges
The Armitage give '
,-• '. And, as dire 119 you live,
They'll get their discharges.
Whalkifi !BRYAN% VERNIFITG9 Simply" a r pure'and
tasteloss Vegetable eurative. No child can be:haimed
by it; no worm can survive h,.no mother should be
'without it, no words can express its value. Prico 25
cents. Sold by GE°. thutossa. iy 20
Witt om t
~,5 . 6 5 _2044,7 e 4 tic e
n 0 S
To the -Citizenu f New J ersey ,l4;vaxt* and
Apothecaries, Draggl!iotti, Grocers and
"Wolfe% rgreJamaica amiSt.-Ci,Mr: Rum
Worires Pure Scotch and IrishWhisky
I-beg leave to all thccattentfon of the citizens of the
United States to the above Wials and Lull:rose, imported
by Udolpho Wolfe, of New York, who're name is fami
liar in every part of this country for the purity of Lis
celebrated Samoa' SeawaYs. Mr.-Wolfe,-in his letter
lox:mist - yakking of the purity of his.Weas and Liqcomr,
says ;will stake - my reputation as a man, my stand
ing i merchant of thirty
years' residence in the City
of Naelerk, that all the MUNDY and Him which I
bottle Lire pure as imported, and of the best quality, and
can lie relied upon by every purchaser." _Every bottle
ha' 'the proprittoea name on the wax, and a lac simile
of his signature on the certificate. The public are
spectfally invited to call andywamine for themselves.—
For Bale at Eetall by all Apothecaries and Grocers
Philadelphia. • GEORGE M. ASHTON
- No.-BS27ilarketLt . Philadelphia.
Sole Agent for Philadelphia..
Read the following from the Now York Conner
' Faoemone Bristewss /OR Ose New Your igirscuarr.-
- WearivhaPPyte - leform our feloivnitiatinti thaitriere is
'one Mice in our-'city where the phySielan; apothecary,
and country:merchant, can go and - purchase Inge - Wines
andliqUors,ns purees imported, nutlet:the best quality.
We de. nolautend to give an elaborate. description of: this
Meretudtat . extensive boldness, alihougb tt wig well „-
Tay topiatranger or citizen. to visit .lldoinho Wolre's ex
etwommerebenae, Nos: Mr.. t mitt Beaver :street,
and, NAL - 17„.19 and 21,,Viart Wield street... His stock ot
:Schnisime pn hand xeadY for shipment could not have
b ee n has Hun 'flirt/ thousand easea; the Brandy, Nome
t ee Abeeeand cases=—Vintagmf of 1836 to 1856 ; and ten
Itionaanii, cases or Madeira,, Sherry; and Port. Wine,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica. and St. Croix Ruin,
-Soma very - cold'andequalte - any in this country: - Ho also
had. Un'Ogrfarge '.c'elhtlitc,Sllo4 With Brandy, Wino, he, in
casks, under Custonatouse key, readyfor.botelhw: ' Mr.
tvolfe'S, sales of ./Schnapps' last; year amounted Co one
hundrs. 'mid eighty. thousand dozen, and:we hap° in. less
than tee . yeirs he may
,he. equally isuccessfut with his
'His busiueca merititliepatronaie'of.every,loVer of his
species.--Private families-who-wish-pure Wines and
Liquors for medical use should nerd their, orders direct
tb - tEr.livalfe, - zintil every Apothecary in the lend mate
x.,thelf mitldito discard the polsonoes stuff irom their
& Orme, and , replaoilt with Wolfes pure WINJOiI and
We'inderstand Mr:Wolfe; for the acoonunodation of
: small 'dealers in the country, puts up, ardorted 'oases of
Wines and Bach a man, andinels 'a merchant,
should' be sustained against his,tens orthouslinds Of op.
ponents in. United States, who arll nothing but tilts
ruinous.. alike to heitlth and lininala
• 7 sap:dassend
C. K. Geller, 01 Market atieeVaold agent for tbialcit
1111rp .1. cobs, at.
BARGAINS FOR THE SEASON,
Just received "and receiving from Philadelplta and
BARGAINS in Silks of all kind, for cash.
BARGAINS in Shawls, of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in Cloaks and Talmas of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in Plaid Dress Goods, of all kinds, for rash.
BARGAINS in every. variety of Seasonable Dress
Goods, for cash.
BARGAINS inßlankets, of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in all kinds of Flannels, for cash.
BARGAINS In Carpeture of Oil Cloth's, Sm., tor cash.
And BARGAINS in all kinds of Dry Goads usually kept
In Stares; and a choice . from a very large, Well selected at JONFS' :TORE,
stock, for cash,
none - Market Street, Garrissbure.
TROMAS W. EVANS & CO.,
11A92 . M
NOW OPEN THEIR
FALL ASSORTMENT OF
Rich Silks, Shawls, Cloaks,
Bournons, French and Irish Poplins,
Mouslines, Chintzes, Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves; Hoisery,
MOURNING GOODS OP ALL KINDS.
WITH A PULL STOCK OP ALL THE .
LATEST NOVELTIES IMPORTED THIS SEASON.
Possessing Sl/pdilor facilities tot. buylig, both ii this and
the European markets, T. W. EAU Co.'s stock will be
found to compare five:6'6ly with any - other, both in price
Nos. 818 and 820, Chestnut, Philadelphia,
octl7-dlm - 2 doors below Continental Hotel.
SHIRT AND COLLAR HOUSE!
White, Fancy, Check,
Hickory, Denim and. Flannel
UNDER AND OVERSHIRTS,
Overalls, Drawers and
Gentlemens' Furnishing Goods.
'BENNETT & RUCH,
octl7-d3m 217 Church Alley.
Agents for the Beverly India Rubber Clothing.
FALL OF 1860.
OF FALL AND WINTER
=DRY grcoscori IS I
WE have just received aaarge s and rvaried
assortment of DRY GOODS, of every description,
to, which Ice invite the attention of purchasers,
Opened this morning, at
CATHCART & BROTHERS.
Next door tothe Harrisbing Bank.
In making selections among the largo and handsome
SQVABA ERMA Slums,
Lose Cams Lao! Moor Slams,.
NEW STAN &mark Buns= S9d.Wlll,
Surma Losa DO DO
REAL &OTC! PLAID DO
V Helaine; Merinos,
Poplins: Valencia; Paramettas,
Plain. Merinos, Plaids, Velour Reps,
Cashmeres, Silks, Traveling Goods, Chintzes,
Handsome Fig'dCashmeres, Solferino, Shade of Mexico,
Lavelle; Emeline Cloths, Mohair;
Superb Figured Merinos,
remise Cloths, Lustros,
Everything now, desirable and good, we can supp'y at
the lowest rates. CATHCART & BROTHER,
, Next door to Harrisburg Bank.
The cheapest and best in the city can be had at
CATHCART (f 6 BROIIt.E . RS,
11%31 ins, Cassimeres, Ginghams,
Flannels, Cloths, Drillings,
Tickings, Vesting', Table Cloths,
Calicos, Satinetts, Counterpsines,
Hickory, Checks, Canton Flannels
Good 61 Mullins and Calicos.
,us A CALL, AT
011 No. 14 MARKET SQUARE.
FOR THE LADIES!
A LARGE LOT OF FIRST QUALITY
TOWIN'S KID GLOVES,
; Slightly damaged with water—Price 50 and 75 cts.—
GREAT BARGAINS. A due assortment of same quality,
porfect—Black, White and Colored, at
TTANOVER BUCK SKIN GLOVES.
_ILL A Large Stock at the-Lowcet Price, at
CaTBCART , R,
N 0.14 Market Equat e.
- STONE FOR SALE.
.rilifE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to for
rileit the public with every variety of Mild No,
CURB, and CROSSIN4 STONE. Mao a good article or
HICKORY AND OAK WOOD, , at moderate prices. Apply
to J. B. COLE, corner of Broad and Third area's, in tee
sixth ward. .
EttLE CHANCEFOR. INVESTMENT.
111 OP DMus
- • a
A i tlie City of 14tniqoirg•
riIHAT well-known and valuable hotel
, X prperty known as the
- i , SUSQT_IEH-ANNA HOUSE,"
now lit the occupancy of Wm. Mocherman, situate on nit
easeend of Market street, and immediately opposite : the
I Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, will beelferedat PRIVATB
SALE until the 4th of December next, and.f notsold be
fore, that time, will be put up at public ancton on that
This is the most desirable property in the city of Bar
risburs for hotel business. Da proximity to the Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot, and the Depot of all the rail
roads centering at Harrsburg,makes it more convenient
and aceissible to the traveling public than any other
Hotel in the city. ,
Further information in regard to this property and at
to the terms °Peale, may be had by applying to
WM. 14- MILLER,
North cor. Market Square, (Wyeth's ,Building,) second
story front.) octl4lw
EL i BOLD! S EXTRACT RUCHE! 1
For Diseases of the Bladder, Kidney, Gravel,
RELMBOLD'S Extract &whit for Secret. and Delicate
.EIELMEOLD'S Extract of Bohn for Nervous and De
HISLSIBOLD'S Extract of Buchu for Less of Memory,
Loss of Power, Dimness arViskin,Difilcultyollkeathing,
Weak :Werra and; nivereal Tassitudeor the muscular
BELWIOLD'S Extract of Beebe for all distressing all
menter-Ohstructions, ,Irregularitics,Excess ifl married
life, or early indifcrettcius, &a., and all &masa( of the
sexual orgasm, whether existing in Male or . Femalo, from
Whatever cause they may :bare originated; ansd ue mat
ter of how long standing.
lIELSIBOLIY3 EXTRACT wficau is pleasant in its
tale end odor, and immediate in its section.- Price $1 per
bottle, or six for $O. address, accom
panied by/viable certificates...Feld.* all Druggists.
sari-3m Depot. 104 South Tenth St. Pbiladelpbia.
Ncix I C4.—Tife:tiadarnigned having
opened an English and Classical School for Boys in
the lecture; .room =of what , was formerly' called the
"United-Brethren Church," on. Front, between Walnut
and Locust streets, is prepared to receive wills and in
struct them in the branches ueuallylaught in wheels of
that character. The oUtriOer of pupils 1s limited to
For information with regard to terms, Are..., apply to
Rev. Mr. Robinson and Rev. Mr. Catlett; or persocaily to
oet26.dtf ". JAMES B. RING.
NF'vvY°Rx VrE i ILSS PLUMS I
JR & CO.'S
Au King or Mums' SHAWLS.
No. 14 Market square