Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, November 03, 1860, Image 3

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    Pails Eilegrap4.
Saturday Afternoon, November 3, 1360.
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The members of the KEYSTONE WIDE
AWAKE CLUB will meet at Exchange Hall at
half-past six o'clock on MONDAY EVENING,
fully equipped for parade.
The members of the STATE CAPITAL
and the JUNIOR WIDE AWAKES are Invited
to participate in the parade. It is desired that
all the companies named make a full turnout.'
FOR BRIDGEPORT. —The Wide-Awakes intend
visiting Bridgeport this evening, b participate
in a Republican mass meeting. The company
will leave Exchange Hall at six o'clock.
Cussmurs were plenty in market this morn
ing, and sold readily for a shilling per quart.
Our country friends inform as that there is an
unusually large crop of these favorite nuts
A WIDE-AWAKE PARADE comes off in Middle
town to-night—the last that will take place
prior to the election. The boys have made
preparations for a large turn-out and grand
display on the occasion.
POISONED CANDY.—The other day a little boy
in Easton eat candy that had been colored with
posionous stuff, and becam; so sick in conse
quence that his life was endangered. Let the
juvenile candy-eaters of our city take warning.
A BRIM Ssamox.—The following sermon is
brief and to the point, comprising in five lines
a great deal of truth :
Our ingress in life 1.3 naked end bare,
Our progress through life is trouble and care,
Our egress out of it we know not where.
But doing well here, we shall do well there ;
I could not tell more by preaching a year.
PIRBIMONS have made their appearance in
market, and sell for four cents a quart. One
country lad disposed of at least half a bushel
this morning. When fully ripe, they are not
hard to take "smothered in cream. - They are
sometimes served up in this way on the tables
of our principal hotels, and make a dainty dish
fit to set before the most fastidious epicure.
Pax You Fturrs.—Those who are in the
habit of hunting squirrels, should pick their
flints and get their traps in order, es the game
little animals sic ad to aboimd in the country
roundabout. Some of our "country cousins"
aro said to have bad splendid luck, bagging as
many as twenty, thirty and forty in a day. Of
course we wouldn't wish anybody to leave five
or six fine fat ones at this office. Oh no !
MILITARY.-A large number of the Wide-
Awake clubs throughout the country are form
ing themselves into military companies. We
hear some talk of forming one in this city,
and there is public spirit enough among the
young mon to effect it. In Chicago the Wide-
Awakes intend to form themselves into a regi
ment of Zonaves, consisting of eight companies;
Col. Ellsworth, the Captain of the original com
pany of Zouaves, to be commander of the whole.
ALMOSiI A MM.—We are sorry—in fact we
,are very sorry—to learn that two gentlemen
\who occupy large places in the Democratic
ranks, came very near having a fight last eve
ming. The danger of a serious muss at one time
was imminent; but the Quaker-like disposition
of the biggest of the two taught him to submit
with humility t 3 that which one less peaceably
minded would have resented—and thus no
blood was spilled. We repeat, we are sorry to
hear of such things, and would advise our De
mocratic friends, in this their .day of
tion, in pugilistic phrase, to "take their gruel
kindly." Don't get excited, gentlemen
LAY Your/ Etymaram.—We are frequently
importuned by correspondents, and others, in
regard to the laying of pavements alongvacant
and other lots. This neglect is becoming so in
tolerable that we call upon the City Council to
pass an ordinance requiring the laying of pave
ments along all our graded etreets. If owners
of property will not do it, let Council do the
work for them, and charge twenty or.twenty
five per cent, additional for the delay and
trouble. Some of our thoroughfares are im
passible in bad weather, owing to this fact; and
the people demand it as a right that every one
should be COMPELLED TO PAVE. It is an evil
which, we trust, will be remedied wherever
practicable, before the winter sets in, so that
, qe whose business requires them to go out
' incommoded or annoyed by a stub
may not
born resistance
to the wants of the community.
THAT " BLACK. xura- FRAVD."—The
german Conrad Miller, L
.receztly prosecuted for
illegal voting in the first warai,v.t.are reliably
informed has always been a Demom4., , ;, an , d . ,
usually votes the greater portion ofthat
At the last Spring election he supported the
Democratic constable who is now 'his pro
tor. If, as the Union says, it wasssowprrbett,
that Mr. Miller had no legal right to vote, why
did not Wickert Proceed against him at once?
We venture to assert that had Miller support
ed Foster instead of Curtin, nothing would
have been said about the illegality of his vote,
by the Demociatic constable.. So long as
adopted citizens vote the Democratic ticket, it
matters little to the leaders of that party
whether they have a legal right to do so or
not. It is only when they support Republican
nominees, that illegal voting is denounced by
our Locofoco friends as a wrong and outrage,
and a howl set up by' these " ballot-box stuf
fere" about the purity of the elective franciiiie
13ennnlvania flail Celegrapl), lietturbett) afternoon, November 3, 186t1.
CITIZEN, ATTRITION !-A stated meeting of tho
Citizen Fire Engine and Hose Company will be
held at their hail, on Monday evening next.—
Punctual attendance is requested.
MILS. PAILTINOTON says she has noticed that
whether flour was dear or cheap, she had in
variably to pay the same money for half a dol
lar's worth. Poor old lady !
THE JUNIOR WIDE-AWAKES will meet in the
Court room this evening, to make arrangements
for participating in the torch-light parade on
Monday night.
Donne oft QUIT3.—"I'll flog you for an hour
you little villain." "Father," instantly ie
plied the incorrigible young scamp, as be lxil
anced a penny on his finger, "I will toss you to
puke it two hours or nothing "
Tim LOST BO! FOUND.—The son of Mr. David
Buchanan, of Newport, who was enticed from
his home several weeks since, by a straggiug
yankee, was found in Clearfield county, a few
days ago, by his father. The Yankee had
been giving some theatrical performances in
that county, assisted by the boy, and finally
picked a man's pocket, when he fled for parts
unknown, leaving the boy behind. &l.r. Bu
chanan having ascertained the direction they
had taken, started in pursuit, finally found his
son as above, and brought him home, perhaps
a wiser and better boy.
Tux FIRE-EATERS don't appreciate the efforts
which their Northern Mends are making.—
The Charleston Mercury asks :
"Aro the moneyed men of Gotham given to
panics, that they should bleed themselves so
freely, and in so hopeless a task, as diverting,
by gold and gabble, the people of a great free
State from the vindication of their political
convictions? Are the people of New York so
timid and so profligate in political sentiment,
that an attempt so uncomplimentary t . ) their
integrity and intelligence should be gravely at
tempted ? In fact, we are astonished at the
audacity, not to speak of the immorality, of the
attempt. The city is not the State, and the
people of the interior of New York are too ma
ny, if not too honest, to be bought, nor can
they be frightened by southern thunder."
KinsArPrso.—An attrocious act of kidnap
ping was committed in Cumberland Valley,
about six miles south of Bedford, recently.—
Two little girls, about six years old, children of
George Love, a respectable colored man, were
playing almost within sight of the house, *hen
a man rushed out of the woods, snatched up
one of the children and ran away with it. The
other child hastened home and gave the alarm,
but there were, unfortunately - , no men about
the house at the time, and the kidnapper thus
got a fair start with his victim. It is evident
that the villain, whoever he is, was well ac
quainted with the premises, and the habits of
its occupants. It is believed that the child was
carried to Maryland and sold into slavery.
SPIESTIILLIBT DOCTORS. —There is a class of
men and women now practising in Philadelphia
and New York as physicians and clairvoyants,
pretending that they can control spirits, who
prescribe the treatment to be given to disease.
In some cases these : people obtsin large fees,
and very often draw money from persons who
can ill afford it. They, by the secret applica
tion of cantharides, cause letters to appear on
the arms and Other-parts of the bodies of pa
tients, and declare that such inscriptions are
caused by spirits who thus demonstrate their
presence. In some'cases, by a trick, very much
like three-card monte, they affect to•read what
is written upon the unopened billets of paper.
There may be much truth and philosophy
mixed up in the system of these traders of spirit
ualism, but neither the truth or the philosophy
are so patent as their Ampudent assumptions.
ONE Moan Fran.--Republicam °Cold •Dau
phin Friends of :Lincoln and Hamlin, of
Freedom and Protection! Ist us now address'
ourselves to the discharge - 6f the remaining
duty in this campaign. Let us poll our utmost
strength on Tuesday nerd, for Lincoln and Ham
lin. Let the American people pronounce their
decision in the sublime exercise of their sover
eign prerogative. Let the world know that
the puny threats of traitors—the combined
force of warring factions—the corrupt fusions
of unprincipled Politicians—the profuse expen
ditures of money, by various devices abstracted
froin the pUblic treasury—cannot avail to per
vert the decisions of ths ballot-box, or to turn
aside the invincible expression of the popular
will. One more charge along the whole line,
and the victory of the peOple is gloriously won !
"Once more our glorious banner,-out
• Upon the breeze we throw.
Beneath its folds, with song and shout,
Let's charge upon the'toe."
Tge *wog South Ward
High School having been - brought before - tie
Directors of that district, at a meeting held re
cently, after a careful, examination of all the
particulars of the affair, the Board unanimously
passed the following :
"Resolved, That this_: Board, from the exami
nation they have made in reference to the
complaint:of -an, alleged excessive punishment
inflicted by R. T. - Worley, teacher of the South
Ward High 'School, upon Wm. Reber, are of
opinion that the punishment inflicted was not
shown tole a cause for dismissal."
keiie have teretoforci -rallied; our 'voice
against the infliction of corporeal punishment
in our public schopls, we must tell the Boards
of Directna everYwhere that ibis inhuman sys
tem should be abolished. As long, however,
as it is the niln of tbe school; and the Directors,
make those rules, they are responsible, and net ,
the executor of them. snit' be instituted at
any time it should be.against their: We must
: :-.ave a reform. The
_rod is a, relic of barbaric
ag i s ;! t rind if the wise man, Solomon, did speak
out 2,•ts
possibly t _belilf, he lived in a q.,
it mig ht,different era, e
have been necessary in 'hie
day. One• thing in addition we would 0 4—th a t
lf Parents wish their children to keep
,clear. of .
correction at, school; , let themrr forprop i e t vrlye would them at home, And, our ord ,
hear of very few cases of ficigging. It must
: il ls
an unpleasant duty for a teacher to perferin,
unless such an one be unworthy of the position
he occupies; and parents should have their eyes
open as to their children's faults, and not lull
themselvei with the fond , dream,,thit - their
children "can do no Wrong." Nto.Oan point : to t
many'suCh who poised the greater ; portion ofe
their young House of Refuge.
Ma-monist Szavices.—Rev. ft W. Jones, of
Louisville, Kentucky, will preach in the Vine
street church to-morrow morning at ten o'clock,
and in the Nest Harrisburg chapel at quarter
before three o'clock in the ifternoon. Rev.
Dr. Miles will preach in the ruse street churck
in the evening at seven o'clock. '
Woos Cors.—The shovers of bogus coin were
"aroutld" in market this morning, and victim
ized some of our "country. cousins." One of
the skillful operators "shoved" a counterfeit
gold dollar upon a young girl; and two women
wera sold" to the amount of a half dollar
each. There is a considerable quantity of bOgua
coin afloat in this vicinity, and the opinion vary
generally prevails that it is manufactured here.
of this city will close the campaign on Monday
night with a grand torch-light rarade, in which
the Keystone Club, the State Capital Guard,
the Paxton Lincoln Bangers, and the Junior
Wide-Awakes, are expected to participate.—
Should the, weather prove favorable, a hand
some display may be anticipated.
months since Mr. George Bergner, one of the
Dauphin County Prison Inspectors, petitione
the Court of this county to award a rule on the
Commissioners of Cumberland county, to show
cause why Martin Wolf, now confined in the
jail of this county, should not be transferred to,
the county of Cumberland, or maintained here
at the , expense of that county, Wolf having
been a resident of said county.. After a thor
ough investigation of the case, and examination
of affidavits taken before a magistrate at Car
lisle, Judge Psansos has made the following
decree as regards the expenses incurred in main
taining Wolf in this county :
"It is therefore adjudged and decreed that
the Directors of the Poor of Cumberland county
shall re-imburse the.county of Dauphin for all
lawful expenses heretofore incurred in the trial
and detention of said Martin Wolf in the pris
on of Dauphin county aforesaid ; and for all the
costs and expenses which shall hereafter be in
curred by Dauphin county in the detention and
safe keeping of said Martin Wolf, until be shall
be discharged by due course of law. The costs
of trial, and all arrears of expenses of mainte
nance, to be paid forthwith, and the expense of
further maintenance to be paid monthly."
Ex-GovEssoa Potwar. arrived in this city
yesterday afternoon, and stopped at the United
States Hotel, where he remained until' nine
o'clock last night, when he took the Northern
Central train en route for home. During - his
brief stay here the distinguished ex-Governor
was called upon by a number of our Republi
can citizens. Tho Lancaster Express of yester
day contains the following notice of Governor
Pollock's visit to that city ' -
"Last evening the Wide. Awakes got up an
enthusiastic impromptu demonstration. Daring
a meeting of the Club at the Wigwam, word
was brought that ex-Gov. Pollock had. arrived
in the evening train, and was stopping at the
residence of Mr. Burnganlner, corner - of Duke.
- and Walnut streets. It was - at once - determined
to get up a serenade in his honor, and after
equipping themselves, they march td sap to Mr.
Bumgardner's, preceded by the Fencibles' Band.'
Arriving at theirdestination, -a crowd of seve—
ral huftdred persons had collected, and in_ re
sponse- to' their call, Gov. Pollock addressed
them for about twenty minutes in his usually
pleas;ng and eloquent style. He said he had
just been through New York and New Jersey,
and assured his hearers that both these States
were safe for the Republican nominees on Tues
day next, and that the majority in. New York
would exceed the expectations of even the Re
publicans themselves."
A POLITICAL SaLL.—We likna goad joke, al
though it may be at the expense of our side of
the house, and not a bad one recently °enured
at a rural village in York county . ; ;rithina few
miles of this city. A Republican mass' meet
ing had been called, and the story got around
that a company of Wide-Awakes from-a neigh
boring town were to be on hand: The people
—men, women and children—had their _curl , :
(witty aroused, assembled in large numbers
from the surrounding country to "see the
sights " Night came, the lords of creation as-.
aembled to hear the speeches, and the women
and 4tildren kept a sharp look out for the
Wide-Awakes, but they came not. About
eight o'clock, Young America took it into their
heads hi get up a demonstration, and going to
an adjoining field; they got some thirty pump
kins, gutted them, cut all manner of hyrogly
phics in the shell, put candles in them, and
with an old drum beating in front, raised them
on their shoulders and marched into town. As
they approached, the word that the Wide
Awakes were coming, spread like wild-Are,
reaching the Meeting and acting with such elets
trical effect, that the eloquence of the speaker
could not, prevent-a --general stampede., After
threading several streets, however, the "sell"
was discovered, some went back to the meet
ing, and others wended their way to their
homes—some laughing over the joktitind ,t uthers
Muttering anything but blessings on tllwireads
of the,nerforniers,....
' ..•
. %raw 4PPLIEI. —Th is is a disk-which, Visual;
fieqdeatlyAried, we would - recornmerAltrall
houslieepersmost einnhatically,to those hav
trig families of children. AsWeet ipple, - sound
and fair; has a deal of sugar or saccharine in its
composition. It is, therefore, nutritious.; for
sweet apples, raw, will fatten
„ cattle, homes,
pigs, sheep, Pohltry. Cooked sweet apples will
fatten Children; and make grown persons, fleshy
.-"fat" not being, usually, a politp'wprd as
applied, to grown persons. Children being.
more bf the animal than "grown folkii, ' w 0
not -so .fastidious in their classification.
every good fanner's house, who has an :
baked Sweet'appys are aninstitutiorilnAlieir•
meson:. Everybody from the toddling' baby
holding up by its father's knees ; --(ehildren are
decidedly.altousehold commodity)-swayback
to our reverend grandinother in her rocking
chair, loves them. ; No sweetmeat smothered in
sugar is half so good ; no aroma of dissoled
confectionary is half so simple as thasoft pulpy
flesh of a well baked apple of the right kind.—
It is good in milk with bread. It is good on'
your plate with breakfast, dinner, or supper.
(we don't "take tea" at our house) It is good
every way—"vehernearently good;" `as an 67:
thrislastic friend of- ours said of tbmatees. ?Is)
cheap, nutritious, palatable, heatlii r foodithire
is nothing 'to'companirwith baked apples.
,this office. Let our friends Fee that all the
wards are fully supplied in time.
Bernal , Szavions.—Rev. James Robertson
will preach in the Baptist Church to-morrow
morning and ,evening, at the naual hours.
Si. STEPHEN'S CoNaracerrox (Episcopal) are
now holding their services at St. Paul's Mis
sion church. Thehours of service are 10i A. M.
and si P. M.
ANOTHER WARNING.—Oue of our exchanges
contains a notice of the death of a store
clerk named Belliager, caused by . Sucking his '
pen. A slight wound on his lip being open,
the ink produced erysipelas and death.
Saai&o ON MI RIZONNATION.—Tne 81st of
October being ,the aniversary of the Reforma
tion, Rev. Dr: C. A Hay will (according
nonucement on last Sabbath) preach his annual
sermon on that subject, t--morrow morning in
the First English Lutheran church.
levrreu.—The Meehanicsburg arid New Cum
berland Wide- Awakes have been invited to par
tLpate in the grand torch-light parade to take
Nice in this city on'Monday night. We learn
that both clubs have expressed a desire to visit
Harrisburg ou. thatoccasion, so that it is likely
the invitations will, be accepted. From pre•
sent indications the closing pageant of the
campaign will bean unusually attractive one.
Puma or Vorrsa.--The elections in the dif
ferent Wards, in the City of Harrisburg, and
in the adjoining townships, will be held at the
following placed
First Ward—At the corner of Maly's alley and
Front street.
'Second - Ward—At the Western window of
Herr's Hotel; Market street:
Third, Ward—At the School House, iu .Wal
nut street, between Second and Front.
Fouith Ward—At the public School House, in
State street, between Second and Third.
Fifth Ward—At the house of John Foster,
corner of Ridge Road and East Avenue. .
Birth Ward—At the School House, in West
Susquehtitana tap.— At . (now Nisley's)
School Howe." ,
Swataia twp.—At the Locust Grove Iwo.
THAT Sruura.—Atthe request of the Mold_
dere lately employed by the Harrisburg Car
Company, we publish the following communi
cation in reply to an item which appeared in
the Patriot and Union this morning, relative-to
the difficulty between them and the Superin
tendent of the establishment : -
MESSRS. Fumes :—An article appeared in the
Patriot and. Union this morning, under the cap
tion of . 13 A Strike," which did great injustice
to the men Who were employed in the foundry
Of the Harrisburg Car Factory. I will state the
facts, briefly, as follows : The employers de
sired to diminish the time, during the awinte r
months, from ten to nine hours, at the same
time expectiriglhe,ernployees to do the imOunt
of work in nine hours that was formerly done
in ten ; and also to reduce the wages in pro
portion to the hours. The hands did not feel
disPoied to submit .to this inconsistency, and
hence the strike. No person goes to work at
five o'clock in the morning, nor does any one
complete his day's work by three in the-after
upon, except a few inoulden by the
piece. The moulders did not object• at alt to
the, employers speeifying the time for going to
and quittin or but they, did object to.ful
filling the same •tas nine hours that was
previously done in ten, and for lees wages. I
am at a loss to know who imparted the facts
upon which the Local of the Union based his ar
ticle. Suffice it to say, he has been wrongly
informed, and I hope, in general with my fel
low-workmen, that IL will make the necessary
correction in .the next issue. Those who struck
yesterday, myself among the number, will not
go to work until our arrangements are acceded
to by the gentleman who 'has charge of the
mechanical department of :the establishment.
This you can rely on. I do not wish to - enter
into a newspaper controversy, and I trust that
the. Union reporter:,will state the facts, as above.
in HondayPs paper. By so doing he will have
the thanks ormany Moulders. '
"A. Black itppublioan Fraud,7
Mu. Enron:—The - virtuous and patriotic Pa
triot and Union is eery indignant at a certain
German, said to have voted, at the late elec.
tion,- without-having his, naturalization papers.
This was wrong—very wrong. No good citizen
• will kanceidn fraud, no matter by whom perpe
trated ;' ,but We doubt very much whether that
paper would; have one word to say in condemna
tion- of the.oftender if he had voted the Ds
=claim ticket. If the editors of the Buchan
an organ are sincere in their denunciation of
fraud, permit mato call.their attention to an
instance which happened at Alm Fourth Ward
Polls. The-law-abiding, order-loving leaders
of the democracy brought a man there, and af
ter having smuggled hh; vote into the ballot
box, it was ascertained that the fellow actually
COUNTI! l What have the edi-
tore to saj to ibis
Besides, it, seems to come with a bad grace
from a paper *lick sanctioned the frauds which
placed its master in power,, and Which'liirea
prosperity, if notits - yety existence, to those
fraudOti)ipeatlif the„ptutrrE of the elective
f rane gi s j.i. 2- , 1- i3 2.
Who flooded Berke county at the last Presi
dential election with for g e t r 4 t p l ogig4g° ll pa
pers, and,. got thousatidi j of lxigitinen to vote
upon tbern t The leaders of, the Democratic
Who connived at, ,pay i 4,Ser)ipas9A gte. un
011'itsges! fwvka committed by
Locofoco Border Buffiaie, in _Kansas? The
,spotless leaders .9f the . emocratic party
Who petkicyatuCtlie f i - Alaring. frauds which
41aPrivedk-tot• to 02,9,-M11;1- B. itanO, of ,Phila
delphia, of the office to-which tthe, people had
legally elected liinlond ktt,the lase time de
feated the nominees of_ the Be9ple's party on
the State ticket f Why, Itinjiiitf,#miAlypo
critical fraud-detesting leading of .tjr Democra
But for the numerinii fiends Committed by
Democratic leaders, none of the official organs
of th - , 4010=4 . wow now fatten on United
B ,tatlikYrery pap. slimy of hem would have
StielA =sit. _ e gbeist# .or grown so. lean •as to
frightek:lionest rcOptiii_4heir hideolumess.- 7
Until the Organ of the disunionist has cleared
up ttik Cid scores c l 4oll:mahmAttai.A.Viaiulale
leaders of the Afriaopcmocs
subject of election
frauds. ,(441.4
STATE CAPITAL GITARD.--A special meeting of
this new Wide-Awake Club will be held in the
Exchange this (Saturday) evening for the trans
action of important business, and to mako ar
rangements for the parade on Monday evening.
Every member is requested to be present.
PROFESSTON ViilBllB Parionen."—Well, George,"'
- -
asked a friend of a yoUng lawyer, " how do you
like your profession ?" " Alas ! sir, my pro
fession is better than my practice." Such is
the experience of a great many "young law
yers," these ,days, who have entirely mistaken
their calling , in aspiring to professions for
which they are unfitted. Many a booby who
now sits all day long in his office, sighing for .
cliests whom he has not the ability to defend,
without realizing enough to pay his board,
might make a respectable firing bad he chosen
an occupation for which he is_ better fitted by
nature and education. Thera are some such
in this city: " •
FRVIBR can AGUE baying made its appearance
we advisa.all afflicted to get-Banatrear's .Awn-
PBRIODIC, whlch is a iositive'cure. Sold only by
C. A. BANNVART who will also send it post paid
to ax y address on receipt of 17 letter stamps.
Musioar..—New music from all the leading
publishing houses always received immediately
after publication. Violins, Guitars, Banjos,
Accordeons, etc.; all sorts of strings always
fresh on hand, at Wu. KNOCHE'S Music store,
92 Market street.
15 d.zen Linen Shirt Breasts, 20, 25, 31 cents ;
25 dozen of those good Ribbed Stockings ; 12
pieces of beautiful Black. Alapacka rich Silk
Lustre. A new lot of Gents' Undershirts and
Drawers, at 65 and 75 cents; 30 dozen of heavy
Wool Soxs, 20 cents; 10 dozen of best Steel
Skirts, 75, $1 00, $1 37 ; 20 pieces of Black
and White De Litines, very cheap. A lot
of Cloaks, and a'great many other cheap goods.
If you wish to buy goods at low prices, call at
the established and standard, remedy for Cough, Cold,
Influenza, Hoarseness, and all irtitillons of the mucous
me nibrarie of the throat, palate and nose, is endorsed by
phyaletans, and who have used it, as a preparaticn
that has no rival in the field. I'rico 2b cents. Sold by
George Bergner.
From the American Baptist, New York, August 2, 1858.
A lilimsalrax wooden" pagoda which we
brought from Burmab, having been broken while on
shipboard, we were very anxious to have it repaired,
and tried several sorts of glue...hut without success, till
our attention was called to Spalding's Prepared Glue, sold
at n Platt Street. This we found to answer the purpose.
The pagoda appears now to be- strongly cemented, and
can no seen by calling at the office of the American
From the Freeman's Journal, New York ; August 6,1859.
Spalding's Prepared Glue is such a simple and .cheap
prop.Aration that it's a pity any house should be without
It. • 0ct2.1.11n
Haring used yeur Pain Killer for two years, 1 find it to be
the beat medicine for what tt is recommended for that I
hava ever used. L feel , thankful for the benefit I have
received from' it have been troubled with dyspapsia
for ten years, and tried * * *• * to no benefit. But as
soon as f got to using your-Pain Killer I found relief, and
by the use of it I am entirely cured. For chills and fever
cr congestive chills, it is the best medicine I have ever
used. I have used it for a-great many different com
plaints, and it has never yet failed in giving immediate
Sold by all druggists, grocers an i medicine dealers
throughout he United States and Canadas.
The stain on linen-from the use of the Paha Killer Is
easily removed by washing In alcohol. 0113-lm
ALMOST EwffißTßomr bee heard of "Wood's
Mir Restorative." That the Worst "Restorative" in this
case, is no misnomer, we have the testimony of individn
ale whose elevated position in the country, as 'VCR - us
their acltnowledged and honorable character as gentle
men, render whatever they publicly Insert in the rat de
gree reliable. Several of these have tested, personally,
the hair preparation we are cow speaking of, and cer
tify to its amazing efficacy in the most public manner
possible. Their certificates can be seen at tbe proprie
tor's Depot, 312 Broadway, New Turk, and once seen and
properly appreciated, we have no hesitation in saying
they wi'llmoresr conviction on the most skeptical mind.
Wood's Hair Restorative is, doubtless, the Bur article of
'its kind ever yet produced.
For the Daily Telegraph
It does rot dye, but gives lifeihealth and beauty
in the deo yin?, falling and dead, restoring, as If by
magic, that which was supposed to irrecoverably lost.
Heads nearly bald, and others nearly white, are daily
being changed to their pristine beauty, and faces covered
with pimples are rendered as smooth as an infant's, and
blushing as a rose, all by the use of Prof. Wood's Hair
Restorative. For sale at 114 Market street, and by all
Druggists.—Chicago Times. octl9.lnt
Sold by all Druggists.
Prepared bi Cornelius L. Cheeseman, M. D.,
MILE combination of ingredients in these
Pi*lire the result of a long and extensive practice.
They. areild tu their operation, and certain ihcorrecting
all irregularities, Painful blenatruationa, removing all oh •
atructions, whether from cold or otherwise, , headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the-heart, whites, all nen.
voutt.alfechona, hysterics, fatigue, pain In the back and
limbs, hr., disturbed sleep, whicharise from interruption
of nature. • - •
Dr. Cheeseman , s Pills are invaluable. as they will bring
on the monthly.peried with regularity. Ladies who have
been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Chectsemates Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
There is one condition of Die female system. in 'which the
Pia' cannot be taken mahout yeoduessag a PECULIAR
RESULT. Thi 'condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
' the result, MISCARRIAGE. Such is the Irresistible
tendency of the Medwine to restore he sexual functions to a
normal condition, that even the reproductive of
nature cannot resist it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
injurious. Bxpliolt directions,- which should be read, ac
eOltitialiy eacirbox. Price SL Sent by mitll on enclosing
B 1 Id Di. . Cossst tra L. CiisMimmr;Box 4,531, Past Mae;
New York City. „ ,
Sold by one Druggitit in. every town — lbe U nited States
General Agent•for tbe United States,
• ..• . 14 Broadway, New York,
an 'Wholesale orders should be addr.esid.
Sold in Harrisburg by C. A. Bassmum , •
- 0v29-dawly .
To quiet
The riot
ci,eworzas--11143 vile scourges
• - *- -The Vermlfiage give, •••
•••• And, as eurearyeu
17:ter1 get their discharges.
What: is !Bata's VBRICIITCM? till3PlYra ipareand
tastelosi , Vegetable Cumtkiro. - 'lib child can be har med '
byAt s DO Worm Ca4.:Falrvvet if, no mother should be
without lt, no sford.a .: cap. express:He value. Price 26
oeiia saPA Ibutrasa. jy.2o
THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared, to fur
nigh the.publie with every variety of BUILDING.
CURB, and CROSSING STORK. Also a good-artiole of
HICKORY AND OAK WOOD, at moderate prietai. Apply
to J. 8. - COLR, ecreer of Broad and Third streets, in sae
sixth ward. • - • • • iiietll,tar
J OTTICE .--The undersigned having.
_AA opened an English and Classical S chool for Boys sn
tne, lecture room -or what was formerly called the
"Unitedßrelbren Church," on. Front between Walnut
and Locust streets, is prepared to receive.pupils and in
struct them in the branchea usually _taught to schools or
that, character. The, number of pnpila is limited tw
twat:l44We.-- . .
Forhiformation with regard' toderms,-asc; „apply: to
gia*..Mr. Robinson and Rev. Mr. Oattell, or personally to
oet2e.dtt lAMB B. KING.
Opezial Nntices.
P. K.
bin/a Cum; Mo., July 3d, 1857
iDrp pobs, &c.
Just received 'and receiving from Philadelphia and
New York,
BARGAINS In Silks of all kind, for cash.
BARGAINS in Shawls, of an kinds, for cash: • .
BARGAINS in Cloaks and Talmas of all kinds, for 'cash.
BARGAINS in Plaid Dress Goods, et all kinds; for cash:
BARGAINS in every variety of Seasonable Dregs
Goods, for cash.
BARGAINS In Blankets, of all kinds, for cat-h„
BARGAINS in all kinds of Flannels, for cash. • 1
BARGAINS iw Carpetnre of Oil Cloths, ike., for cash: -
And BARGAINS in all kinds of Dry oods usually kept
in Stares; and a choice from a very large, well selected
stock, for cash, at JONES' :TORE,
octl6 Market Street, liarrisburg,
Rich Silks, Shawls, Cloaks,
Bonrnous, French and Irish Poplins,i • -
Mouslines, Chintzes, Embnalcieries,-;
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hoisery,
Possessing superior facilities for buying, both in and
the European markets, T. W. E. & Co.'s stock'wilt be
&mud to compare favorably with any other, both in price
and arsertment.
Nos. 818 and 820, CheEtnut, Philadelphia,
oatl7-dlm 2 doors below Continentalllotel.
White, Fancy, Check,
Hickory, Denim and Flannel ' .
Overalls, Drawers and
Gentlemens' Furnishing' Goods.
octl7-d3m 217 Church Alley. •
Agents for the Beverly India Rubber Clpthing.
FALL OF -1860..
DEL M . gar 0 orll !
wE have just received a kr& and.raried&
assortment of DRY GOODS, of every description,
to which we invite Um attention of purcbaserts r ."
Opened this morning, at
No. 14 Market...F.4min),
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
In making selections among the large and handstome
stock of _
Poplins; Valenedas, Paramettas,
Flan Merinos, Plaids, Velour peps, •
Casbmeres, Silks, Traveling Goods, Oblates,
Eandsome Fig'd Cashmeres, Solterino, tilridei Of Mello°,
Lavelias, Emeline Clothe, libhaire,
Superb Figured Merinos, -
Famine Cloths, Lustres,
Everything new, deeirable and good, wo eau ougp - y at
the lowest rates. CATHCART & BROTHER,
Next door to Harrisburg Bat k.
The cheapest and best in the city had at
- .
Muslin, Cassimeres, Ginghams,
Flannels, Cloths, Drillings,
Tickings, Vestings, Table Cloths,
Calicos, Satinetts, Counter'liaises,
Hickory, Checks, Canton Flannels
Good 61- Mnslins and Calicos. - _
131461 us A CALL, AT
ax\ValtiVae Walirefer
1/O.fiIL4TIC 4 4 , we
sOA \
V3 I Z,
hir - o' o6
_ -
To the - Citizen of New Jersev
Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and .
Private Families.
Wolfe's Pure Cognac tsrandy. ... -
Wolfe's Pure Mader's', Sherry and. Port
Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. CrOlx Rum
Wolfe's Pure &iota". and Irish Whisk's-.
ALL lii Borrues
I beg leave to - call the attention of the citizens of the
United States to tha above Wises and LIQUORS, imp( I t d
by Udolpho Wolfe, of New York, whose name is fami
liar in every part of this country for the purity of. his
celebrated Seeman Sapporo. Mr. Wolfe, in hiS intier
to me, speaking of the purity of his WINES and Lipeose,
says : "I will stake my reputation as a man t my stand
ing as a merchant of thirty years' residencein the City
of New York, that all the BRANDY and Wnixerwhich I
bottle are pure as imported, and of the best quality, and
can be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle
has the proprietor's name on the wax, and-a facSimile
of his signature on the certiticae. The publis aro. 10-
speetfully invited to call and examine for themselves.—
For sale at Retail by all Apothecaries and Grcicera- in
Philadelphia. GEORGE ASHTON,
No. 832 Market ct . Philadelphia.
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.-
Read the following from the few York COorl‘-:
Irtoknoun finsuctss Ina ONE limy YORK 6.91R0KAN7.-
We are happy to inform our tel ow.citizeirstbatraere in our city where the physician, apothecary,
amtmountry merchant, can go and purchase parkolirines
and Liquors, as pure as imported, and of the bestquality.:
We do not intend to give an elaborate description or this
merchant's extensive business, although it witl welt rol •
pay any stranger or citizen to visit Ildolpho Wolfels er
tensive Warehouse, Nos. 18. 30 and fa Beaver-sheet,
and Nos. 17, 19 and 21, Mart: etfield street. 818 stock of
Schnapps on baud ready for shipment could Isibt have
been less than thirty thousand rases; the Brandy,..some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1830 to 1656 ; and ten
thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry and Pert 'Wine,
Scotch and Irish Whistry, — Jamiticii . and Bt. anti" RUM;
'some very.ohll and equal to any in this country: He also
bad three large cellars, 113 fed. with Brandt-, Wide, 110., in
casks, under Custom liousAte*, ready for bottling. 1(r.
Wolfe's_nalep of Schnapps last year amounted to-0;w
hundi,olaiut eighty thousand dozen, and we lopeittlesk.,
than OM years he may be equallY tE 110 9: 0 1041.
,wjt~t pis
Brrnfilisinhd - rines.. . „I 1,1
His businessmerits the patronage of every.hYorqf hia
species. Private families who wish pare 'AViher-and
t.iquers for medical use should send their oritersMirect
to Mr. Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the land make .
up their minds to discard the poisonous stuff item their
shelves, ant replace it with. Wolfe's pure Mass and .
We underatand.Mr. Wolfe, for the acconmiodatiottef
small dealers: in the country, pats up assorted caseeof
Wines and Liquors. Bach a man, and such a merchant,- - T
should be sustainedagainst Lis tens of thousands of cp.
ponente In the United t3tstes, who sell nothing but imita
tions, ruinous elate. to health and human happiness.
. - sep64lex6nd .
• iot-X, Heller, 911tfarket street, tole ageotfor thtnelt...
• oct,lB For sale tip , WM. DOCK .1 . 13. At.
Far lode at
o t 24 WM. DOCK JR. & CO.'S