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Saturday Afternoon, .November 3, 1860.
FOR PRESIDENT :
FOR VICE PRESIDENT :
THOMAS M. BOWE,
EDWARD C. KNIGHT,
ROBERT P. KING,
ROBERT M. FOUST,
JOHN M. BROOMALL,
JAMES W. FULLER,
DAVID E. STOUT,
FRANCIS W. CHRIST,
DAVID MUMMA, JR.,
THOMAS R. HULL,
FRANCIS B. PENNIMAN,
A. BRADY SHARPE,
DANIEL 0. GEBR,
JOHN M. KIRKPATRICK,
RICHARD P. ROBERTS,
Printers Beware of Swindlers.
R. B. Locke & Co., of New. York, and
Dr. F. Humphreys, of the same city, have ,
induced us to publiA their advertisements
for the past six months under a solemn
promise to pay us semi-annually for the
same; but having called upon them by
letter and through the Bank, and both
having refused to accept drafts drawn on
them for the amounts due us, we hereby
warn our editorial brethren not to trust
them. If they desire their pay they had
better get it in advance. We have taken
the advertisements from our paper and
shall not insert the same again unless we
receive payment in advance.
THE LAST CARD OF THE GAME
Perversion:and Falsehood Summon
ed to Sustain Disorganisation and
e_efforts _of_theleaders of the I)feu.o.
era is party seem to be airmen entire y,
towards insulting the good - sense and in.
telligence of the masses of the North.—
Convinced that they cannot succeed before
the people of the country, and impressed
with the shame of their utter desertion of
principle, the leaders of the l3reekinridge
faction are now devoting the money which
they forced from the poor employees of
the government, in publishing the, vilest
falsehoods against the men and* the mea
sures of the Republican party. These
publications are neither confined to locali
ties or to individuals. They flood the
North and the South with the same vile
and vituperative trash, and evince their
zeal as much in misquoting honest men as
they do in proclaiming dishonest men as
the patriots who are to sever the bonds of
this Union should Abraham Lincoln be
elected President of the United States by
the free and untrammelled suffrages of
the American people.
The last card which has been played
by these political gamesters and trick
sters, is in the shape of a pamphlet with
the title of "The Great Issue - to be De
cided in November Next! Shall the Con
stitution Stand or Fall ? Shall Section
alism Triumph," This pamphlet was
circulated of last evening through Harris
burg, in, the hope that it would influence
some incredulous voter against Abrahapi
Lincoln, but we have more, faith in the
intelligence of the people than to belieye'
that a single man will be misled by such a
bar, mean, unholy and damnable tissue
of falsehoods, perversions and misrepre
sentations. The pamphlet is one - of the
last and the meanest inventions of the
&thodratio party to impose on honest
men. It is a low and cowardly attempt
to defraud the freemen of the . North, in
order to subierve the slave power of the
South. , ,is an invention to prostrate
the 'free labor of the North, in order to
pander to the sloth and desperation of the
South, against' which we *aril"every'
hOnest man in Harrisburg to beware. It
is a fraud which should - not only be On.;
sured, but the perpetrators and abettors
should be held up to public
and contempt. What say the editors of
tho Patriot:and Union in regard to this
base swindle r Do they approve it; or
will they,deny all knowledge of the circu
lation of this infamous pamphlet in the
city of Harrisburg 2 • ,
TAAIO Mix 1 vote early next 'rues
day for LineOln and . Hamlin.`
Pennop,thattia Mak) eltgrapt), Zaturbag 'Afternoon, November 3, 1860.
The Fusion Electoral ticket for this
State, which was formed at Reading, con.
sists of seventeen Douglas, aLd ten Bieck
inridge men. We publish it for the ben
efit of our Democratic friends who are
anxious to know how much "slave code"
Democracy, or how much of the "squat
ter" article they are voting. The follow
ing are the names of the eleotors with their
George M. Kelm Breckinridge.
Richard Vaux Douglas.
1. Frederick.A. Server Breckinridge.
2. Wm. C. Patterson... ....Breckinridge.
3. Joseph Crockett Douglas.
4. John G. Brenner Breckinridge.
5. George W. Jacoby Douglas.
6. Charles Kelley Breckinridge.
7. Oliver P. James Breckinridge.
8. David Scholl Breckinridge.
9. Joel L. Lightner Breckinridge.
10. Samuel S. Barber Douglas.
11. Thomas H. Walker Douglas.
12. Stephen S. Winchester ....Douglas.
13. Joseph Laubach Douglas.
14. Isaac Reckhow Douglas.
15. George D. Jackson Douglas.
16. John A. Ahl Breckinridge
17. Joel B. Danner Douglas,.
18. Jesse R. Crawford Douglas.
19. Horatio N. Lee Breckinridge
20. Joshua B. Howell Douglas.
21. Nathaniel P. Fetterman...Douglas.
22. Samuel Marshall Douglas..
23. William Book Douglas.
24. Byron D. Hamlin ...Douglas.
25. Gaylord Church Douglas.
The following is the. Straight Douglas
ticket, which is urged on the Douglas men
for their support, by the Philadelphia
Press, and the other organs of that divi
sion of the Democratic party
1. JOHN ALEXANDER. '
2. FREDERICK STOMA.
3. GODFRETAKEIZGAR. •
4. EDWARD "WARTMAN.
5. G. W. JACOBY.
6. JOSEPH DOWDALL.
7. ISAIAH JAMES.
8. GEORGE G. STITZEL.
9. JOHN BLACK.
10. GEORGE GROSS.
11. WILLIAM L. DEWART.
12. S. S. WINCHESTER.
13. JOSEPH LLUBACH;
14. ISAAC RECKHOW.
15. GEORGE D. JACKSON.
16. WILLIAM L. GORGAS.
17. JOEL B. DANNER.
18. J. R. CRAWFORD.
19. FRANCIS LAIRD:
20. J. B. HOWELL.
21. JOHN CALOHAN.
22. SAMUEL MARSHALL.
23. WILLIAM BOOK.
24. JAMES S. LEONARD.
25. GAYLORD CHURCH.
By What we are Animated.
The Republican party of Pennsylvania
go into the present fight animated by the
following glorious principles :
slave States; but opposition to its exten
sion into Territories now free.
2. To procure a more efficient law for
the suppression of the slave trade.
3. Ihe admission of Kansas'under her
4, A revenue law, discriminating in
favor of home industry, for the support of
5. A reform in the abuses and a reduc
tion in the expenditures of the General
6. A liberal homestead law for actual
setters on the public lands.
7. The improvement of rivers and hoer
hors of national interest.
.77te speedy construction, by aid of
the General Government, of a railroad to
With such principles to animate us,
what Republican will fail to do his duty ?
Surely not one who has, at heart the wel
fare and glory of the old Keystone State,
or who regards the prosperity of every
section of this Union as essential to the
permanency of the Union. Let our friends
ponder these principles well, and they will
understand, the feelings which should
prompt them in thii crisis. Pennsylvania
for Lincoln by a large majority insures
protection 'for Pennsylvania beyond all
To Election Officers.
It is very important that in counting
the electoral vote,t he entire ticket's should
be read, so as accurately to, ascertain the
strength of the different factions now op
posing the -Republican party in Pennsyl
vania, and show, also, the full strength of
the electors on the Republican ticket.—
The custom of reading the first or second
and third names on a ticket, and the pas
sing and counting , it as for a certain party
is not orilynn act of great'negligence, but
flagrantly wrong and highly censurable.
We 4 urge it on the election officers, there
fore, to read and count each name on every
tieliredeilositedin the liiikes:Of their .va
riens election districts. BY such a count,`
we will be able to 'ascertain the real
strength' 'cif — parties 'id Pentisilvitnia, as
well as prove more _effectually the, utter
con-fulkori and disorganization of the fac•
tions opposing the Republican party. We
urge this subject , on the attention of the
election office 4. as ' highr9 important, • both
as a full discharge. of their sworn duty,
and as the only way of fairly exhibiting
the real strength of parties in Pennsylve . ..
Fraudulent Naturalization Papers.
The fraudulent naturalization papers,
issued by the Locofocos in 1856, may be
readily distinguished from the genuine,
by observing that on the seal of the
FRAUDULENT are the words
"SEAL. PROTHONOTARY'S OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA
On the genuine, you will always find
he name of tho Court issuing them, viz :
"DISTRICT COURT OF TRU CITY OF PIIILABA."
'COURT OP COMMON PLEAS OF THE‘CITY AND COUN
TY OF PHILADELPHIA."
Whenever a man attempts to vote on
one of the fraudulent papers, he should
be promptly arrested, and!liindedove:r: : to
the District Attorney.
LINCOLN I*.ZARYLAND.--EX-GOV er
nor Francis ThOMits, whom the Democracy
have often honored, takes bold ground
against the Southern fanatios. So far
from the election: of Lincoln giving the
South causes for dissolution, Gov. Thomas,
though a slaveholderi, - argues to the con
trary. In a speech aatagerstown, a few
days since, he said :
We have nothing to fear frowtheelection of
Mr. Lincoln. All formerly stood upon his platform.
None ever:doubted - the right of Congress to
legislate for the Territories. He cared not what
a man's man's abstract opinions were ;we had
many free-soilers in,the Pt-esidential chair.—
Jefferson was a rank free-oiler.' Madison and Mon
roe were bothlree soilers. Hglrnew Mr. Fillmore
well ; audit better President we never had. Mr.
Fillmore would have responded, Yea, to every
queston put to Mr. Lboollif ',Mr. Clay was an
out and out free-sciler. "so-help me God," said
Mr. Clay, "so help me Gclor : :l will never vote
for the admission of slavery:into any Territory
where it does not now exist?'
THE - CESNIIR OF THE. NORTHWEST.-
The census returns are now so nearly
completed that we can approximate closely
to the population of the- Northwest. It
will stand about as follows :
Ohio .. ‘,..
We have over eight millions of people
in the seven Northwestern States, a'num
ber equal to the white population of the
fifteen Slave States. , More than one quar
ter of the population of the United States
is now in the Northwest. fts population *
is nearly equal to New 'fork, Pennsylva
nia and New England combfned.
.11Vuglgs men of Ohio are main-
S taining their consistent adherence to what
they consider rightibyloponlyproolatiling•
themselves for Lincoln :'and silamlin. In
Greene county, in that State, - the promi
nent me t a of theiD;ougliis,diVision :are; not
only . active, but aeslotp,ior,the,trinmplkof
the'Repnblican ticket. I frouitir Es-q
a very prottiment Douglas man,' and a
candidate of the Greene County Democr
acy, for County Clerk, 'recen ly 'made a
speech, a report of which appears in the
Xenia Torchlight,. froin which we extract
the following paragraph
In conclusion, Mr. TE. I said : By the current
of recent events, it has been demonstrated be
yond a doubt that Mr. Douglas cannot he elect
ed. By voting for him we can accomplish
nothing but the poisible electicin.of , this miser
able pet puppy, Jo Lane, and thereby throw the
Administration into the hafidi of a set of con
temptible Southern disunionist& And I hold
that, as good citizens, we sliCula yote in inch a
manner as to keep the eleCtion out of the House..
I have often said that if Douglas could not be
,elected, and Thad tiiii - thousared'idesl I would
cast them•all for Abe Linioln, and 'I intend to
vote for Lincoln if I, till. the day of the
election. (great applause) ;
Hundreds of honest 'Douglas men in
Pennsylvania will quietly follow. the ex 7
ample and advice here , made and given.;
They are unwilhng to go doWn in a "sink=
ing ship" freiglifed as it iii ',With fraud and
LOVERS . OF LIBERTY 1 Advocates of
Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Men; and
Homesteads for the Homeless ! See to it
that every. Republican yoter in ii your
knowledge is",brought'AhelOile on the,
sixth. Ltd November. Lincoln, Hamlin:
and,victory is the :.word.
JunSoN's MOUNTAIN Malt Tithts.-,=How strange
and wonderful it often • seems titsuipthaths Medicine com
posed of simple mountain lints ant "Toots, ehould.so
certainly search out and cure disease. How , etirprising
that the Indians should know and preserve so long and
well a secret that has escaped=the search of the greatest,
physicians the .world has ever seen. True, the, ancient
inhabittu . tie es Oft** l4 344/c;f 4 2 .4geX4 6 eStatibid , bythti
SpaMaidPirliingiqril large oitiestAnOaltinfinVlcketheir
strange customs and ,religion r as wsllsitlized as their
conquerors. In the words of a writer of some celebrity,
"Thek'hay.e:Pefishedlromk ll6 l o, 4 ll Nifikglgisjainli.
saute piles orrilins, 'their 'Zino and Princespo s tnighty
in their ilfe,.are forgotten;• their fitnirainitheir
_. The: united 'testimony of alliiitehige,:
persona le, that iIIID,SOWILMOUNTAIN IIERB.PILLB a
the most successful. medicine Inithorsworld: in 'curing
Sold by all medicine dealaii.. , , octl6-lin—
call the tAterttlon of iormaphlrit
article ailvbrtieeddlthmotifircofiunnyeafedliftonn Poor;
It is an entirely new discovery, and must not be confound
ed with any of the numerotur.pabint medicines of the
day,lt. ie • food for, the `.bitadi already Prelated fur ad
sorption; Pleasant to the taste-talc , 11 143AVIII:soligli and
what one gains he 'rdtenns :Let g l those,j then, who Are
suffering fieni pnverty,imMirity, or deliciency of, blood, ••
and consequently with some chronic 4414130 9/",;ailment,
take of this Blom Foon and he restored tq health. We
notice that our Druggistsbarb reedit:la supply of ,thls,
article, and also of the-world-renowned Dr. Eaton's in.
warm CORDIAL, which every mother should hare. Id
is said to - contain no paregori c or opiate of any kind
whatever, and of course moat beitmduable for all Wan.
tile complaints. It is also rai that it will allay all pain,
and soften the gpmnia" procees.',:of teething, and at the,
same time regulate the bowels-- Let all-mothers and'
Nurses, who have endured anxious Alga: and eleeplesd
n ghtii,prdedre a wapply,and.:bifiat.nAceplikvsci.i
Alikrdeeadieitlientent. ' • " außtfebil.„;
`For sale by C. A. Bannvart, sole agent, Harrisburg;Pl)
Wreck of a California Steamer.
NEW Yofts, Nov. 3
The steamer Granda, hence for San. Francis
co, ran ashore in a fog at the mouth of the
San Francisco harbor on the 15th ult. It was
a total loss. The vessel was in charge of a
Pilot at the time of going ashdre.
Destructive Fire at Danbury, Conn.
•DANBUBY, Coun., Nov. 8
Ten buildings were burnt last night at New
Milford, including the Bank Housatonic and
Republican Parade in Philadelphia.
PHILADILPHIA, November 3.
The torch-light parade in this city last night,
participated by from ten to-fifteen thousand
men equiPped in the handsome uniforms of the
various clubs, was one of the most magnificent
displays witnessed hero this season. The pro
cession passed over the entire route without
Destructive Fire at St. Joseph, Mo.
A destnictive fire is raging on Main street,
between •Jules and Felix streets. The whole
block will be swept away. Efforts are being
made to confine it to-that Ipcality, which may
succeed if the weather continues favorable.
— HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.—To 'IrOTHERS.—ThOug•
ands of lovely females, in the Spring timenf womanhood,
have been rescued from an untimely grave by the agen
cy of these meelcincs. When the sprightliness of the
ii;mp is changed to apathy and internalsoffering, and the
gloir of health to the eallow'hue of cankering disease, it is
a crisis which requires the maternal attention and solici
tude, and for which the pills will be found an efficient
remedy. • They are equally efficacious in the autumn of
of life—the most critical period of woman's existence.
Si)111 by all druggists, at 25c., 62c. and Al, per box or
MOTHERS, Rain Tun .—The following is au
extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist
church to the "Journal anth Messenger '
01110, and speaks volumes Iri faVor of that world-re
nowned medicum—Nrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething :-
"We see an adirertiseMent in your column of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup Now we never said a word
in favor of a patent medicicat before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to our readers, that this is no hum.
ling—we have tried It, and know it to be an it claims. It
is, probably, one of the most successful medicines of the
day, because it is one of the best. Add those of your
readers who have babies can't-do better than to lay
a supply: au22
HAIR.VTR! DYE ! • 1
*IA. A. BATCEELOWS HAIR DYE!
The Original and Best In Inc WOrldi
A LL others are were imitations, and
should-be avoided, if you wish to edcape ridicule.
GRAY,, RED, or ,HUSTI . .DAIB. DYED instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without injury to
the Hair or Skin. • • . -
FIFTEEN lIEDALS AND, DIPLOTIAS have been award
ed to - Wit. A. BATCHELOR since 1839, and over 80,000 ap
plication,sthaveheen wade to the Hair of the Patrons of
his famous dye.
WE. BACHELOR'S HAIR DYE produced a color
not to be distinguished.from nature, and is WARRANTED
not to injure in the least, - hlinrelier long it' may be con
. tinued, 'and the TlketTects, of. Bad Dyes remedied ; the
'Hair invigorated for Life by this Splendid Dye.
Sold in alleities and' tOvini of the United States, by .
Diuggists and Palley Goods Dealers. • •
tut ig _ c hts r. lle r and dr es up tz i tt .
"LIAM BACHELOR. . . Address, . •
CHARLES BATCHELOR; Puniainron,
marn-dalvriy: . el Barclay strcet.'New York.
• WANTED !
•G 0 0.1) C;0•0 K ,
ALL lt* A. K. FATINESTOCK
FOR, H HE LADLES!
A LARGE LOT OF TINT QUALITY ,
TORUN'S 4,111- GLOVES'
Slight* damaged with araterPriee 50 and 75 eta.—
GREAT BARt4AINS. A tine assortment of same quality;
perfeet—Bitmlf, White and Colored, at
CATIICART , S,
, „ . No. 14 Efarhet Square.
11 4 A N OYER SUCK SKIN GLOVES
A Large Stock at the Lowett Price, at .
4 oF FlelVT , Do , e RAVltNers.
:RRE Tit giitite-EardSngia*inge
, onflonoti, cradiaa, - .%tritural and alreal
~ , riety of misosHairollpplbkleil,zi
They ire ekact fir rainiatda,,yri th . the beauty and
merits or the larger an*More expensieenvavings, and
atkn much des3vestoand;liel4 degas, and substantially
framed, 1 1.9thillIrindrebeautlitilland handsemer=could b e .
conceived for erpaments ee'pictures. _
1t , 4 &Ropy and tone (dame copies have rmeatly been
improyea,,and ar,nogr. placed ;torero tbe,pubito
with a coefidence that the e ir merit mad beauty wißinsure
a hearty rtlOrPthlti ftir theM,..i. For. sale at
- - - - BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE;
'octa 0 81 Alt strWErtniabliss•
?air calkand. See tnem—nocharge,O.i.exhitiltiitizgoods
FOR 'Superior and ,Oheap-erablevur
salia4aiNte44:oo.' -11:11LLIR'8 STORX
ST. Jo§Eru, Ito., Nov. 3
CATHOAMVP. , .,
N 0.14 Market Egon°
FROM AUCTION !
WE received this morning, a new lot of
goods from a large auction sale.
Black Marina at 75 cents.
Black Woolen Delain, Double Width, 75 c.
Silk Robes at a great bargain.
Black Cloaks, good quality, from $6 to $2O.
Arabian with Slaves.
FURS 1 FURS! 1
Of all kinds
4 .V ' AT VERY LOW PRICES!
' M WILER & CO.,
nov2 No. 4 Market Square.
WILL . be sold at public out-cry, at the
EUROPEAN HOTEL, in the city of Harrisburg,
on THURSDAY EVENING the 15th day ef November, at
half-past six o'clock, the following described property,
late the residence of Mrs. Harriet Bard, decd, to wit
A two story BRICK HOUSE 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 property can call upon Thomas J. Jordan...-
Terms will ba made known on theE. evening of sale by
L. 0. JORDAN,
novl-dtd Executors of Harriet Burd, dec'd.
A GOOD COOK w no can waeh and iron.
octal -3td 3153. TIIOS. J. JORDAN.
5 POUNDS of OLD COPPER,
.000 for which we will pay the very high
e,t market price in cad', at the
cet.:l.lmd EMILE WORKS.
JUST FROM THE
a jt‘ll..aeLDM SECEILIAMIS
ri WE SUBSCRIBER has just received
f em the New York and Philadelphia. Trade *ilea .
A LANDS AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
STANDARD' WORKS I
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE.
BLANK BOOKS, PAPER, AND STATIONERY
OF ALL WINDS •
To which - the attention of the Public, Conimittoes of
Libraries, Teachers, Country Dierchanis and purchasers
As all have been purchased far below the regular
prices, they can and will be sold at but a email advance
on the cost, insuring to purchasers a saving of If to 25
er cent. on trade prices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
oct3l 51 Market Street
AT THE NEW CITY STORE !
URICH & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FRONT .& MARKET STS.
ANNOUNCE to the citizens of Harris
burg at ,d the publis generally, that they have just
returned from the eastern cities with a large and well se
laded stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which they will
sell st the ye ry lowest prices.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every kind.
Bleached and Unbleached Muslim,
Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels.
RED FLANNELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
- A !ergo assortment of Welsh Flaunels for Skirting.
,' Manchester Ginghanui,
Sattnetts and Cassimeres
, c Black Cloths at all prices,
Cloths for Ladies' Chesterfields,
If Beaver Clothe for the Arab Cloaks.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Casatmeros, nspecially, adapted. to
Boy's wear. -An assortment of 'Merino Drawers and-Un
dershirts. An assortment of Carpets from 12% els a
yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
STRIPED AND PLAID .
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS,
A large assortment oflitr&lie and Blanket Shawls, with
a lull stock of the latest novelties.
An assortment of Plidn and Figured Cashmeres.
LINENS OF ALL KINDS.
Particular attention paid to first elais.Hoidery and Em
broideries, Atc., &0., Le. •
An astortmenturßugenl o wove trail spring skirt pat
tern extension. . .
An assortment of Ehronding and Flannels.
Corner of Front and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
Formerly occupied . by4. L. }inner. . . 'oet2fely
TT is compounded entirely from Gums,
j_ andjhut beeeme an established fact, a Standard Medi
oi/nwrd approvedcrt dl'fitl`3%ottd.bacennuirtt
diseases for which it is re- up commended.
It has cured thousands E 4 within the last two years
who bad given up all hopes ..." of relief ; es the numerous'
unsolicited certificates.' in "4 my possession show.
The dose must be adapt- Q. ed to the temperament of
- the individual taking it,and 0 used in such quantities ar
to act gently on the bowels. ,„1„ I
Let•the dictates of - your iz, judgment guide yon in the
use of the LIVER INVIGO- H BATOR, and it will cure
Lives Commantris, Bum p• AvrAcKsDISPEPELI,CHRON
DIDLurszoies, Somas Mir- k ......, IhrEaDmittY, DROP
SY SOUR mimics, Hum , DAL Coismoossm,
CHOLIDLA Monne, CHOLERA *--* ISTAIMTN, Fta re L Kir Ca,
JAONDICOL Fauns Wises- imams, and may be used
=Successfully as an OREM- Ed RE Farm usomols. Ii
will cure SICIIIIKADACId ", (as thousands can testify)
no EDEELE *MEDI, is ED DETRE= TEASPOONFEEHARII
TAKEN at commencement oattack.,
Au wee mart au car 1;•I urci their testimony in its
favor . Al
mg-Mix Water-An the mouth with tjtellria
vigorator, arid inialloir boh Italian - sr.
mot owe must rim mama. ; l' • .
—.ALSO+ • •
. . .
PURE VEIIETABLE KETILIGTS, AND PI A
UP IN GLASS . CASED, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL, KEEP' IN ANY CLIMATE.
The FAMILY CATHAR- • TIP PILL is ! gentle ha
satifii;c4timrlie'whieh the ID proprietor . has"u p ped Ind `
practice more than twenty years:
The constantly.increas- big dautrisidirom thole Who
have, long used the PILLS la. and, the satisfiustioo which
all express 'in 'regard to H' itMense, has 'bailee:l:
up plaCe them within the is. reach of all.
,The Professlon - well know •-• thatdifferent Ilatitereal
on different portions of the bowels.
The FAMILY camas. 0 TIo Pll.Lhas,inith •
ference to this - well eatatt- 14 Mated feet; been compoun
ded from a variety of the E 4 purest Vegetablo!xtracts,
which act alike on every part. of .the alimentary ca,
pal, anditiregoist i dle PC in Cafes where% ea
lhartio is needed, such as Dersmgsmentt of...Stinsck,.
Stieptiiis, Pains in ; Back ensuing; Miasma'
Pant and,Sorsness over its pi WS,/ .iodiessnms, P."4=4.
or weight in the held, all . friflatarrunory Dt seas t :i
Worms in Children or.old- tiffs, Visusacom, a v
Purifier of the Blood, and A i Many diseases- to sr
sash is heir. too numerons to W S
le this a war,
tenement. Pst . e, I to 0
PRICE 80 CENTS. -
LIVIM INVM MAT°4 AND PA214.1 OaraUl*
IO Pau are retalledby-Dreggistegonerally,and
sold w4olesalic 'the Track)* elflike Lug-.
towns. •. •
, moinfactn rer and propAektt
886 Tmedway. New York.
"GET THE BEST."
W EBSTBR'S lINAI3RIDGED
NEW PICTORIAL EDITION.
\ lII'S DICTIONARY is acknowledged to
be the standard wherever the English 1.41141 4 . e
spoken. It is a work or extraordinary merit and vat tie,
and no scholar should be without it, as It is the best 'k
ilning dictionary of the English Language, and a nee.,itc
to every educated man.
The NEW EDITION has many improvements iter the
old, containing in addition to an pr,tviou3 editions, NINE
THOUSAND NEW WOIIIM, ONETHOUSAND FIVE HUN
DRED PICTORIAL ILI USTRATioNS,IIGFIT TH4 iI;;3ANI,
BIOGRAPHICAL NAMES, TWO THOUSAND THREE
HUNDRED scoare . :ANONYMISEO, and other new fel
tures contained in ne other dictionary published, ruali•ii.;
it decidedly the roost complete and the best iu every
one vertu:lse quarto, bound in SHEEP, BUFF LSAT
ARA BASQUE, RUSSIA and TURKEY 110ROCt 0 BIND.
INGS, including all the styleemanufacturel. Hal one ie
ceived a large invoke direct trom the publiseis, I sin
enabled to oiler them FOR FAIN lIVEOLWALS AND RETAIL Sr
'WEIR PIUCOS. at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
GUNNERS OR TRAPPERS
frAKE.NOTICE,' that from and after this
date all persons erewarned not to trap or sheet any
game whatever on the farm of the subscribPr in Su-itue
halloo township, Dauphin county, or they will be dealt
with accoroing to law. CHARLES CARSON.
EMPLOYMENT. -$50 A MONTH AND
ALL EXPENSES PAP.).—An agent is wanted in
every town and county in the United States, to engage is
a respectable and easy business, by which the above
profits limy certainly be realized. For full particulars
address Dr. HENRY WARNER, 54 East Vs ellth street,
corner of Broadway, New York City, inelosing one pos
tage stamp. octl&fimdsw
VENETIAN BLINDS & FURNITURE
dIADE and ItEPATIO : D, in good style, at Aunt notice,
and on reasonable terms, by A. B. SHARP, Second street
Blow Chestnut. octri 3m
A GREAT VARIETY OF
AND DAILY POCKET JOURNALS
For sale at 10 cents and upward In:price at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOORST.'RE,
oct3 51 Market Str. et.
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and Engravers on Wood,
N. E. COR. FIFTH & CHESTNITI P STS,
EXECDTE all kinds of Wood Engraving
with beauty, correctness and dispatch. Original
aesigns furnished for Fine Book Mastro hens. Persons
wishing cute, by sending a Photographer Dna• rrcotype,
can have views of Colleges , Churches, Store Fronts,
Machines, Roves, Patents, engraved as w II on per
Fancy Envelopes, Labels, Bill Headings, Show Bills,
Fishing, Business and other Cards, engraved in thu
highest style of art, and at the lowest prices.
For specimens of flue engraving. see the Illustrated
works of J. B. Lippincott & Co., B. IL Sutler &Co.
EL L. GODBOLD,
11010RACTICAL Tuner and Repairer of
Pianos. Melodeons, &c., &a., will receive orders in
future at WM. KNOCHE'S Music Store, 92thirket street
All orders left at the above named place, or at the Buehler
House, will meet with prompt attention.
First ohms PIANOS for sale sepll3-dly
(English and German)
Fm 1861. For sale wholesale . _ and retail at
BERGNER'S CHEAP 13 , ./OKST;.:ES„
, t2O-dt.i H. Margret Elrod..
TOYS, BASKETS AND FANCY GOODS
OH N DOLL,
No. 120 North Second Street, above Arch.
JVST RECEIVED at hie NEW STORE
a very large aEsortment of TOYS of every descrip
tion. Also, FANCY BASKETS, WORK. BOXES, Tobacco
Boxes, Serar Oases, Pipes, Canes and Fancy Articles of
a large variety. All being imported direct from the
.manufacturers enitbies me to sell at very low prices.
Aar-Please call and examine my stock. s3otd3m
!foal! (goat-! (goal !! !
COAL LORBER.RY COAL! I
THOSE who want GOOD CLEAN COAL,
can be supplied by the ,CAR LOAD direct from
these•llmnirterrm MmEs, wuli LUMP, BROKEN. EGG,
STOVE and NUT, at reduced rates. Familiea laying in
their winter supplies will do well by calling on
octlB-Imd GEO. GARVERICH,
S. Zs S. R. R. Office.
COAL COAL ! ! COAL ! I
THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared at all
times to deliver to the citizens of Harrisburg, the
different kinds , and sizes of LUKER'S VALLEY, URI
GROVE and WILKEBBARRE 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, city,
Orders left at his Mace ' corner 4th. and Market streets,
or dropped In the Post Ince, will be prompuv attended
to. ' DAVID M'CORMICK,
COAL -1 1 COAL! ! COAL !! !
, NOW IS YOUR TIME
TO .GET Cl E AN COA LI
Full Weight and Nothing Short of It!
VHANEFUL TO .MY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS for their hberal patronage, I would
now inform them and the public generally, that I am
fully prepared, on abort notice to supply them With all
SUPERIOR COAL OF ALL SIZES.
(FREE FROM SLATE, AND CAREFULLY
SCREENED AT AS LOW A FIGURE AS
FAIR DRALING WILL AFFORD.
Although my coal is not weighed in seLF-WRZIGHLVG Gams
BUT I 8 WEIGHEDoN ,SCALES ACCIIRATBLY. TESTSD „gp
SUL=, Or:WitaGlf7l3 kn riserarnsa f fald 'consumers' May
rest assured that they will be fairlyand honestly dealt
with I*.l nothing 'but the very best acrid", and,
ALSO HIMONT, OAK and PINE WOOD, always on
hand. ' GEO: P. WiaITLING.
NOT' THE FIRST .ARRITIfa,
miT AIRMEN IN DUE TIME TO BE.
BOLD AT 'ItETN.E.D.'
3 LYKEN S VALLEY MOVE COAL, $2,60 per ton,.
• N . 6 ' $
.Also constantfron hand_, UT 2:00 "
LYKEN'S VALLEY ' BROKEN
is, • EGG,, ~
CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL,
WILKESBARRE BROKEN, " •
NO. 3:=Lii •::`
NUT.- ' • •-• • -
Blacksmith Coal, Allegheny and Broad Top. Alen,
Hickory, Oak and Pine Airoxkl.; • BYERS.
pl 4 • No. 102 Chestnut st greet .
UP :TOWN! • -
TATEfiT. :WEIGR - - -CARTS •'
I til , the . :_o on vttilienoe of my Tfuni4rclue up
I town custdmers, I have. e stabliahed,_
.in.conneet+ m „
with my old yark a -BRARtEr COAL
NORM. SMELT, on ti Elie with the'PreneiTtyant - ,t,i,i"
having the office forMerly eccufded- bl vi m - - 1 . '
• R Harris,
where consumers of coal in that vici ar - • • '
- d VEP BEK E
TOWN can receive -their ;colii, 4l t:.„th a e il l2. - - •
CARTS wrreorf krriltf-Ctriitim vutr,„,w` : A TE" v i EICH
- q uanifit y'th'epinay;dcitive, ha' heig ... - 4 3 9 1 dN'4. and purchased
anywhe're. , . , ,Is can be pure
TONS bctAi, ON Hap,
OF LrICENS VALLEY" AND FAKES
rWiul, - 71 .4 ERE,.OF ALL SIZES.
ga 'via kiiirraia FAIR Palms, but tiNwILIINO
To as UNDERSOLD BY /2111, Pre: : =
All coal 'forked up and delivered eau), and free
all and the bean article mined.
Orders received at 'hi:4h yarda will be prompt:3 , filled,
isuntalt coal delivered b,Vsai!i PATENT IivIIOR y.IARTS.
, COAL. gold by boat, car
„laid; single,ltalf or third of
tans, and by- the.bositel. - ' -
' I -'' *' ' • i '''"" JAM
Harrbiben, Oct. 13,1860.11,,,--thimswinorwcsee ----,