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Tm: Dun: Pumo AND Uxxox may be had at
Jack’s B 001! Swrc,comcr of Third and Market
streets. A .
P‘mo-r' Ax!) Knox—The DAXLY PATRIOT Axn
Umon can be had by Dauphin subscribers, every
Morning, at the periodical store of J. S. FnAm.
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the 41 Button” at Brant’s Hall tn-niwhtenelﬁt Of
lovers offnn. a ’ a 1 ye
PasquSTaks.—Thc Tyrone Star says that there
are sixteen applicants for the Post Oﬁice in that
place. Salary $3OO, and a big ﬁght expected.
Snow—Travelers from‘ the west informed us
yesterday that the peaks of the Allegheny Moan
min are covered with snow.
Ax luPosran.—Happening in a eegar store on
Wednesday, a small man entered and asked for
money eueugh to take him across the bridge, as he
was on his way to Carlisle. As we understood him
to say than he was accompanied by his wife and
child, four of us made him up a little contribution:
and sent him,a-s we thought, on his way rejoicing.
Yesterday morning he turned up in the lock-“P:
where he had souoht lodtring on the P 193 that he
had no money. How many hair dimes he suc—
ceeded in collecting to pay his to“, we have no
means of knowing, as few would resist such an ap
pool, but we do know (but if is is ever made to us
by the same scamp “'6 shall give him an applica
tion of boat leather.
Tun Pmso-Fonre.—-We have evidence that the
piano-forte was known in England about 1767, as
it. was introduced that year on the stage of Covent
Garden Theatre, as a“ new instrument.” Backers,
a German, isgsupposed to have been the ﬁrst who
manufactured the piano-forte to any considerable
extent in England, and the name-board of a piano
inscribed, “Americas Backers, Factor of Inventor,
Jermyn street, London, 1776,” is still in existence.
The manufacture was early taken up by Tschudi,
Stodart, Kirkman, Zumpf, and others, and such was
therapidity of its progress, that within the short
space of ten or ﬁfteen years the harpsichord ceased
entirely to be made. A suitable style of music and
school of players were not long wanting; Mueri
Clemenli founded both. What a contrast there
would be between one of the 1767 machines and
the grand action Chiekering &; Son pianos on sale
at their Agency, at. the music store of William
Knoche, in Market street.
Barman or THE Rev. H. G. GUINNESS.—It will
be an interesting item of intelligence to his friends
and admirers in this country to learn that since
leaving our shores, this celebrated Irish evangel
ist having become convinced of the propriety of
the rite of immersion, has been baptized in Sealer.
set—place chapel, Bath, England, by a peer of the
realm—Lord Congleton. When here, it is well
known that if he had any decided denominational
proclivities, they were not expressed; nor are we
informed that by his recent immersion he has be
come any more of a ‘denominationalist than he
then was. 0n the occasion of his baptism Mr.
Guinness, it is said, made an address to a large and
interested audience. He stated that for ﬁve years
the subject had occupied his attention, and that
he had come at length to the conclusion that only
believers in the Lord should be baptized. During
his public ministry he had been repeatedly asked
to baptize infants and adults, but had declined the
former, because he considered it to be unscriptn
rs], and the latter because he had not himself been
baptized on a profession of faith. After reading
to his audience the various portions of Scripture
which refer to the mode, the subject, the design
and obligation of baptism, he strongly urged be
lievere in Christ not to plead ignorance of this im
portantmatter, nor to permit indiﬁcreuce, or pre
judice, or pride, to keep them from the delightful
privilege of being buried with Him in baptism.
m Posr OFFICE.—We understand that there
are an immense number of applicants already in
the ﬁeld for the Post. Oﬂioe in this city. We have
heard the names of the following persons men
tionexl in connection with tho appointmentlviz:
O. A- Snyder, Capt. Eyster, A. J. Jones, Thebphilus
Penn, John Wallower, Abraham Freaner, 00]. F.
K. Boos, B. Hartshorne, J. J. Shoemaker, Peter
Meyer, Geo. Bergner, J ndge Dock and Dr. Barr.
As the time for the appointment is still remote,
quite anumber may be induced to try their chances,
but on the principle that the early bird catches the
worm, it is intimated that a number of letters, hav
ing a bearing on the subject, have already been
dispatched to the President elect. The ﬁght will
he a desperate one, and it is a problem deeper to
fathom than any in Euclid, who has the best show
—the inside track. The friends of Capt. Eyster
will ask for the ofﬁce for him for services rendered
as Captain of the Wide Awakes. The objection
that willhe urged against him, that he-is just quit.
ting a lucrative ofﬁce. The latter, however, will
weigh little," the leaders of this city always di
‘vide the spoils among themselves, and leave the
rank and ﬁle to suck their paws, like bears in win
ter. The friends of Jones will ask the oﬁee for
him because he held it under Gen. Taylor, and
made a good oﬁeer. Of course, the opposition
setup will he that four years was enough. The
claim set up to} Penn will be eminent services to
the party as an editor, especially in the halcyon ‘
do]! of Anti-masonry. Freaner’s appointment ‘
will be claimed on the ground of party realty, gen
eral intelligence, and because his given name is
the same as that of the President elect. Party
services will also form the neueleus of Hutshorne’s
claim, but his enemies will bring to bear the fact
that he was Whisky luspectortunder Gov. John
son, and will not have a residence of two years in
the city when the appointment will be made. The
objection that will naturally be raised against Mr.
Shoemaker is, that he is in comfortable circum
stances. Against Peter Meyer’s claim the Ameri
can element of the party would kick, as well as
against the appointment of Mnßergner. The lat
ter stated distinctly some time ago that he was not
an applicant for the cﬁoe. His hosts of warm and
ardent friends, who know the weight of responsi
bility shouldered by him during the campaign,
and the "Mk he accomplished both by his pen and
hi! ”‘8‘": will (if they have not already) induce
him to J's-consider a decision made in a. burst of
patriotic Imbaﬁﬂsm before the election. His en
entice—and he has 3 59W, as well as anybody else—-
will protect that he has grown rich eﬁ‘ party fe-
VO": and i' 15k"! to 1W“! a continuation of them
in the shape in which he has received them, and
that such compensation is enough for one man.—
lir.Bergner may get the 3PPointment,bnt there is
no question that a terrible eﬁ‘ort will be required,
for the fete enemies he has are bittenas is evi
denced inthe factthat one of his partiznns watched
the Second ward poll e. long time on Tuesday ex
pressly to challenge him, and make him show his
naturalization papers. It will be urged again“
Judge Dock that he only lately joined the party.
That is no objection. The new recruits in the Re-
Puhlican ranks, like the latest arrivhls at a hotel,
are always the most welcome. Precedent would
seem to indicate his chances just as good as any.
As we hear of the other applicants who come
into “19 lillg, we shall canvass their merits,,and
l°°k on u“ ﬁght with the some feelings which no
‘MM the women when her husband and'a bear
were having a rough and tumble.
COUNCIL Mnmma.—A special moeting of Cour
cil was held last. evening, at the Council Chamber,
President Gross in the Chair. Present—Messrs.
Bailey, Bell, Black, Garverich, Verbeke, Martin,
Brooke, Metzgar, Colder, Hamilton, Haehnlen and
President stated the object. of the meeting was
in reference to a resolution passed on the 15th of
October; which authorized a uniform grade of
Third street, from North street to Rama-100,5 lane.
Mp. Vet-bake made a statement that a uniform
gradeiinterferes with the rights of private property.
Dr- Bailey moved the resolution of the 15m of
October be rescinded, which wOS agreed “—3933
10, :11in 3. '
Mr. Colder movea that. the City Regulators be
requested to get a proper-grade for Third street.
My, Verbeko moved to amend that the Regulu
tors furnish a. uniform grade, and the original
grade. Passed. The resolution as amended was
Mr. Gnrverich moved that Council visit Third
street, between North and Hammon’s lane, on
Saturday afternoon, at 3 o’clock p. m. Agreed to.
On motion, Council proceeded to the election of
an engineer for the water house, to ﬁll the vacancy
caused by the death of Joshua Fackler.
Messrs. Clark, Whittier, Davis and Patton were
0n the ﬁrst ballot Clark had 4 votes, Whittier
2, Davis 5, and Patton 2.
0n the second ballot Clark had 5 votes, Whittier
1, Davis 3, Patton 4.
0n ‘the third. ballot Mr. Clark bar] 10 votes, Davis
2, Patton 1.
Mr. Clark was thereupon declared elected.
On motion of Mr.Verbeke, the Water Committee
was authorized to continue Mr. Davis as engineer
until the end of the month.
Mr. Haehnlen moved that the salary of the eu
gineer be ﬁxed at $6OO per annum, which was
The President reported that the roof of the Citi
zen Engine House was in bad condition. Referred
to Fire Committee.
On motion, adjourned.
MIDDLETGWS AFFAIRS.—We clip the following
items of news from the Dauphin Journal of yester.
The Riven—The late reins caused a considera—
ble rise in the Susquehanna river last week. It
rose about ﬁve feet oi: Sunday. The Swatara also
commenced to rise rapidly on Saturday, and on
Sunday morning threatened destruction to the tim
ber in the stream. One raft belonging to Messrs.
Zimmerman & Lescnre was swept. away. It: was,
however, caught before it. got to the river, and
safely tied up. Several loose logs were washed
into the river, all of which were landed a short dis
tance below. Both streams are now falling fast.
Aqueduct Bridge—The bridge at. the aqeduct is
now being pushed to completion as fast as possible,
and will be ﬁnished in a short time.
Concert—The sacred concert given by the M.
E. Choir, of Harrisburg, in this borough, on last
Thursday evening, was well attended, and gave en
tire satisfaction. All we have heard express their
opinions of the singing speak in the highest terms
of it. The choir has been under the instruction of
one of the very best teachers, Mr. Taibutton,
under whose masterly hand, they have acquired a
proﬁciency in vocal music reached by few choirs in
The proceeds of the concert amounted to some
ﬁfty dollars, which—deducting the expenses—will
be applied to the liquidation of the debts on the
church. Rev. Gregg, the present pastor, has di
minished the debt some $7OO, since he has had
charge of the congregation; reducing the debt to
SBOO—which is very gratifying to the church as
well as a. credit to the pastor. Mr. G. is a faithful
and able minister, and drawn large congregations.
The “Enterprise."—This is the title of a new
literary society that has recently been organized
by the young men of the lower part of our borough.
We are gratiﬁed to learn that it is well attended,
and gives the most encouraging promises of sno
eese. The following ofﬁcers have been elected:
President, E. Oliver Whit-manr'Vice President,
Jackson Cole; Societal-LR. H. Feirmen; Treasu
rer, John H. Shaeﬁ'er; Protector, 0. Mann. We
have now two literary societies in our borough
“The Middletown Lyceum” and “The Enterprise,”
both of which meet weekly, and we would be
pleased if each would senc‘ us a weekly report.
Ax I'm-m FOB Suousnsr-They have agentleman'
in Yankee land who is just now attracted consid
erable attention from the fact that he has reached
the ripe old age of 105 years, and is quite hearty
and netive at that. His name is Ralph Farnham.
A great many people who love this world so well
that they would pay a considerable bonus for a. new
lease on life rather than risk a. country they know
nothing about, are troubling the old men with let
ters inquiring his mode of living, Jno.,and to what
he attributed the extraordinary prolongation of
life vouchsnfed to him. About thirty of these let—
ters inquire whether ever he used tobacco. The
grandson communicates to a Boston paper that he
does—that be commenced smoking when he was
forty years of age, and has been an invetente
smoker ever since. An acre of volumes have been
written, and ten cords of sermons have been
preached against the deleterious effects of tobacco,
and yet here is an old gentleman who has been
coloring meersohaums for three score and ﬁve years,
and yet is hole and hearty as a buck at 105 years.
of ego. If the opponents of tobacco are justiﬁed
in asserting that smoking kills people, without be
ing able to bring proof positive, why may we not
any that anham has attained a great age by an
inveterate use of the pipe ? Smokers,take courage.
Bennvart and Keller, lay in new supplies of He.-
vanos and meersebaums, for sales of them must in
crease. as here is proof iacontestible that lon
gevity of life is produced by the generous stimulant
from the fumes of the weed.
Omens or Cosh—Geological examinations of
coal ﬁelds are believed to have aﬂ'orded abundant
evidence of the vegetable origin of coal, although
the manner in which the carboniferous strata—as
the coal measures, or assemblage of rocks which
include coal, are termed—have been deposited, is
by no means agreed upon. Some geologistszsup
pose that the coal measures were originally peat
bogs,and that the successive layers were occa
sioned by repeated subsidence: of the land; others
contend that the vegetable matter originated from
rafts,like those of the Mississippi, which ﬂoated
out to sea and there became engulphed; a third
opinion is, that they were formed in vast inland
seas or lakes, the successive beds of vegetable mat
ter being supplied by periodiml land ﬂoods. All
these causes may have been in operation in the
formation of cool, but, however deposited, the cool
is always accompanied by a thick bed of clay be
neath every layer, and it is, moreover, a peculiar
fact, that a common plant of the coal strata, named
stigmaria, invariably occurs, more or less abun
dantly,in this bed of under clay, although it is
rarely to be met with in the coal or shale above.
Tm: Insuennenom—Five military companies
—three foot end two horse—have Ilreedy signiﬁed
their intention of being present to take part in the
inauguration of Gov. Curtiu. The eommand will
be tendered by Gen. Keim to Gen. Patterson, us a
mark of courtesy—the some having been extended
to Gen. Keim when Gov. Pucker was inaugurated.
If the precedent is to be established of political
duh" t"king part in an inauguretion It this time.
V" "9 Pleased to learn that the Wide Awaken will
not be recognized as part. of the military force, nei
“l“ "in "“1 I’o Permitted to form a part of the
military escort. This is right. The Governor is
supposed to be, and heretofore has been, the Gov
ernor of the people: and not merely the Governor
of the party that elected him. -
WORTH Knowma.-That Brownold J; Sam, aor
ner of Market and Second streets, sell linen hand
kerchiefs at. 6}, worth 12% cents; Chenil scurfs at
25 cts., worth double; gent’s pure linen handker
cbicfs, 25 em, worth 50 cents 5 splendid levy call—
cocs at 10 cents; hemp carpet, 20 cts., worth 31;
half wool carpet at 25, worth 37}, ; all wool, 50a56,
worth 62% and 75 cents; a grant assm'tmcﬂt 0f
gloves and Hosiery; ﬂoor oil ninth at 3713344, worth
50a62 cts. Blonds, Nubias, children’s hoods, muS‘
lins, &c., £30., &o.; and, best of 9.)], double Brooke
shawls at only $7.00, worth $l4 00. All those and
many other bargains to be had at Brownold’s cheap
corner, Market. and Second st-reets,~Wyeth’s build
ing, opposite Jones Benji: noG-dZW-r
an Goons! NEW Goons !—-Having returned
from New York, I have received now a, large lot. of
goods, all of which'l bought at auction. One bun
dred pieces of beautiful Set Flower De Lnines, (110
best quality, wkich generally sells for 25 cents, at
-20 cents; 50 pieces Unbleached Muslin, the best in
town, at 10 cents; 150 pieces of CJSEinetts, Sat-i
-melts and Cassimercs, from 25 cents up to $1.25 a.
yard; 25 pieces of White Flannel, cotton mixed, at
15 cents; 25 dozen of White Merino Stockings at
15 cents; 50 dozen of Gem’s Wool Socks, 20 cents
a. pair; 10 dozen Gent’s All-Linen Pocket Hand
kerchiefs with Colored Borders, very ﬁne, 31
cents; good Merino Undershirts and Drawers, at 65
and 75 cents a. piece. Alot of beautiful Traveling
Baskets. Best Calicoes, 10 cents, warranted fast
Please call at stv's, at the old stand of John
Rhna-is, Esq., daceused. tf,
THE GREAT EASTERN,
H. R. 11. THE PRINCE OF WALES
May come and go and ba
F 0 B. G 0 T 'l‘ E N ,
But the lustre, the ebony blackness, the rich browns, the
natural appearance, the sensation of pride and pleasure,
produced by the application of that harmless preparation,
. HA I R DY E ,
Will unquestionably be gratefully
B. E M E M B E R E I)
By all who use it, inasmuch as
”A THING 0F BEAUTY
IS A JOY FOREVER.”
Prepared No. 6 Astor Home, New York. Sold every
where, and applied by all Hair Dressers. uoﬁ-dkwlm
WE call the attention of our readers to
on article advertised in another' column, called BLOOD
FOOD. It is an entirely new discovery, and must not
be confounded with any of the numerous potent medl—
cines of the day. It is soon son rm: moon, already
prepared for absorption; pleasant to the taste and natu
ral in action, and what one gains he retains. Let all
those, then, who are suffering from poverty, impurity or
deﬁciency of blood, and consequently with some chronic
disease or ailment, take of this BLoon F 001) and be re
stored to health. We notice that our druggists have
received a. supply of this article. and also of the world
renowned Dr. Euos’s Isnmrs CoonrAL, which every
mother should have. It contains no paragoric or opiate
of any kind whatever, and of course must be invaluable
for all infantile complaints. It will alloy all pain, and
soften the gums in process of teething, and at the same
time regulate the bowels. Let all mothers and nurses,
who have endured anxious days and sleepless nights,
procure a. supply and be at once relieved.
113’ See advertisement. enl7-«lkw3m
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT 0F BUGHU ! for Diseases of
the “ladder. Kidney, Gravel, Dropay, &c.. M;
HELMBOLD’S Extract of Buchn for Secret and Deli
HELMBOLD’S Extract of 131101111 for Nervous and De.
bilitated auﬂ‘erers. 5
HELMBOLD’S Extr )f E W fo' ‘= I" '
....aumBOLD’S Extract of Euchu for Loss of Memory,
Loss of Power, Dimness of Vision, Diﬂicnlty of Breathing,
W 53: Nerves and Universal Lassitude of the muscular
yHELIMIBO'L‘IJ’S Extract of Buchu for all distressing ail
mintﬂ—Obstructions, Irregularities, Excess in married
life, or early indiscretions, m., and all diaeases of the
sexual organs. Whether existing in Main or Female, from
whatever cause they may have originated, and no matter
of how ion standing.
HELMBgLD’S Extract of Buchn is pleasant in its taste
and odor, and immediate in action. Price $1 per bottle,
or six bottles for ﬁve dollam, delivered to any address.
Depot 104 South Tenth Street, Phiiadelphin.
Sold by JOHN WYETH, Druggist, corner of Market my}
Second streets, Harrisburg. aul3-dkw3m
FEVER AND AGUE, AND ALL FE wars
are cured by perseverance with
which takes all poisons, of whatever nature they may
be, from the circulation.
Mr. John Y. Height, Supervisor of New Castle, West
chester county, New York, says, November. 1858 :
“I was, two years ago, nttacied with fever and agile,»
which, notwithstanding the best medical advice, con—
tinued to sorely afﬂict me for six tedious months; I be
came yellow as saffron, and reduced to skin and bone:
Medicine and physicians were abandoned in despair. As
on experiment, I concluded to try a. single dose of six
of Brandreth’s Universal Vegetable Pills 7 on an empty
stomach, early in the morning. The ﬁrst dose seemed
to arouse all the latent energies of my exhausted frame.
I feared the worst—their purgative effect was different
from anything I had ever used or heard of. At length
this effect ceased, and I seemed lighter and breathed
freer. That evening I was indeed sensibly better and
slept soundly all night. The next day I followed the
same course, and continued to take the pills in this way
about three weeks, when I found myself entirely cured.
My health has been surprisingly good ever since.”
Sold, price 25 cents, at No. 294 Canal street‘ New York,
and by all Druggists. Also, by GEO. H. BELL, corner
of Second and Chestnut streets, Harrisburg, and by all
respectable dealers in medicines. - noS-dkwlm
IMPORTANT ’I‘O FEMALES
DR. CHEESEMAN’S PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a. long and extensive practice. They are mild
in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregu
larities, painful menstruation removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache pain
in the aide, palpitation 9f the heart, whites, all net.
vous affection, hmﬁcr,’ fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, 850., dietur sleep, which arise from interrup
tion of nature.
DR. CHEESEMAN’S PILLS
was the commencement of a. new era in the treatment
of those irregularities and obstructions which have con
signed so many thousands of the young, the beautiful,
and the beloved to a. maximum: GRAVE. No female can
enjoy good health unless she is regular, and whenever
an obstruction takes place the general health begins to
DR. CHEESEMAN’S PILLS
are the most eﬁ'ectnal remedy ever known for all com
plaints peculiar to chules. To all classes tiiey are in
valuable, inducing, with certainty, periodical regularity.
They are known to thousands, who have used them at
different periods, throughout the country, having the
suction of some of the most eminent Physicians in
Explicit directions, ,smn'ng when, and when they
should not be used, accompany each hex—the Price One
011er each box, containiugfony Pillx.
A valuable Pamphlet, to be had free, of the Agents.
Bill: sent by mail, promptly, by enclosing price to the
Gena-Ll Agent. Sold by drugglﬁts generally.
R. B. HUTCHINGS, General Agent,
- 14 Broadway, New York.
Sold in Harrisburg by c. A. BANNVART.
deal ’59-dkwly .
Dr. Bru_l’nls onutrnceated Remedies.
No. 1. THE GREAT REVIVER. speedily eradicate! all
the evil effects of SELF—ABUSE as Loss of Memory,
Shortness of Breath, Giddiness, Peipitation of the Heart,
Dimneu of Vision, or any constitutiénsl derangement: of
the system, brought on by the unrestrained indulgence of
the pussions. Acts alike on either sex. Price One Dollar.
No. 2. THE BALM will cure in from two to eight days
my case of GONORRHGA. is wi thont taste or smell, uni
requires no restriction of action or diec. For either sex.
Price One Dollar. '
No. 3. THE TEREB will cure in the shortest possible
time. any case of GLE ET, even after all other Remedieu
have tailed to produce the desired eﬂ'ect. No taste or smell.
Price One Dollar.
No. 4. THE PUNITEB is the only Remedy that will
really cure strictures of the Urethra. No matter of how
long ﬁtanding or neglected the case may be. Price One
No. 5. THE SOLUTOR will cure any case of GRAVEL,
permanently and speedily remove all afﬂictions of the
Bladder and Kidnegs. Price One Dollar.
No. 6 FOR PA TIOULARS BEE CIRCULAR.
No. 7. THE AMARIN will cure the Whites radically,
Ind in a much shorter time than they can be removed by
any other treatment. In fact, is the only remedy that will
really correct this disorder. Pleasant to take. Price One
No. 8. THE ORIENTAL PASTILS are certain, safeand
gpeedy in.p_roduciug MENSTRUATION, or wrrecting my
Irregulmhes of themmvthly periods. Price Two nouns.
'No 9. FOR PARTICULARS SEE CIRCULAR.
Either Remedy sent free by mail on receipt'or the price
annexed. Enclose postage stamp and get a Circular.
General Depot North~East corner of York Avenue and
Gallowhill Street. Private Ofﬁce 401 York Avenue, Phila
delphia, Pa »
Formle in Hayn'lhur'g only by G. A. BANNVART, where
Circulars dontmnin'g valuable informat en, with full d -
scripﬁpns of each use, will be delivered gratis. on appb
cation. Addie“ DR. FELIX BBUHON;
myl-dly P. O. Box 99. Philadelphm, Pa.
from the Independent, New York, July 28, 1859.
(hum—Our advertising columns contain some testi
monies to the value of s new article known as “Spsld
ing’sPrepu-ed Glue,” useful to housekeepers for unending
fnrnitnre. It is prepsred with chemicals, py When itis
kept in the proper condltion for immediate use, the
chemicals‘evepo’rstinz as soon be it is spplled, leaving
the glue to harden. We can usureour ready-rs that this
article has the excellent phonological qulhty of ‘ ‘lerge
nor sale by G. A. Bmxvnr, No. 2 Jonel’ Bow
THE GROVER &. BAKER
1i AMILY SEWING MACHINE
is rapidly superseding all others for family “59- The
Douxnn Locx-S’nrcn formed by this Machine xs found
to be the only one which survives the wash-tub on has
seams, and, therefore, the only one permanently valu—
able for Family Sewing.
READ 'l‘ EH FOLLOWIN G TESTIMONI:
“Mrs. J nun-nosey DAvrs, presents her compliments to
Grover 8; Baker. and takes pleasure in saying that she
has used one of their Machines for turn yea-is, and ﬁnds
it Still in good order, makes a. beautiful stitch, and. does
easily work of any kind.”_.Washingtan, D C. _
“It is a. beautiful thing, and puts evorybodv rntn an
excitement of good hmnoi. Were I a Catholic,l would
insistrupnn Saints Grover & Baker having an eternal
holiday in commemoration of their good deeds for hu
munity.”—Cassiu3 M. Clay. ,
“My Wife has had one of‘ Grover & Baker-”s I‘l“}qu
Sowing I“ii-chines for some time, and I am satisﬁed it: IS
one of the best. labor-saving machines that. has been 111-
vented- I take much pleasure in recommending it to
the public.”—l. (7‘. Harris, Governor of Tennessee.
“Un tho recommendation of a friend, I procured, some
11101113115 since, 0.110 of your I|‘nmil y Sewing Machines. My
family has been most succeszul in its use. Iron} the
start, without any trouble or difficulty whatever in its
management. My wi ['o says it is a. ‘t‘nmily blessing,’ and
could not be induced to dispense with its use—in all of
which I most heartily concur.”—-James Pollock, Ex—
Gonemor of Pennsylvania.
“The undersigned. CLERGYMEN of various denomina
tions. having purchised and used in our families GRO
VER &. BAKER’S GELEBRATED FAMILY SEWING
MACHINE, take pleasure in recommending it as an in
strument fully combining the essentials of a good mo.-
chino Its beautiful simplicity, ease of management,
and the strength and elasticity of its Ititch, unite to
render it a. machine unsurpassed by any in the market,
and one which we feel conﬁdent will give satisfaction to
all who may purchase and use it.”
Rev. W I‘. STEICKLAND. New York.
RevJﬁ. P. RODGERS, I). D., Albany, N. Y.
Rev. W. B. SPRAGUE, D. D , Albany, N. Y.
Rev. JOHN CROSS, Baltimore, Md.
Rev. JOHN M'GRON, D. D., Baltimore, Md.
Rev. W A. CROCKER, Norfolk, VII.
Rev. JOHN PARIS, Norfolk, Va.
Rev. C. HANKEL, 19 D., Charleston, S. 0.
Rev. C. A LOYAL, Charleston, S. C.
Rev. B. B ROSS, Mobile, Ala.
Rev. A. A. PORTER, Selma, Ala.
Prof. W. D. WILSON, D. D., Geneva, N. Y.
Rev. W. H. CURRY, A. 1“,, Geneva, N. Y.
Rev. IN TIt’IRNBULL BACKUS, D. D., Schenectady,
Rev. B. W CHIDLAW, A. 51., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Rov. W. PERKINS, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Prof. I. I. McELHENNY, D. D., Gambler Ohio.
Rev. nxsrmn monnomn, Cambridge buy, Ind.
RevJOSEPH ELDRIDGE, Norfolk, Conn.
Rev. OSMOND C. BAKER, Bishop of M. E. Church,
Concord, N. H.
495 Broadway, New York; 18 Summer street, Boston;
730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia; 131 Baltimorestreet,
Baltimore; 249 King Street, Charleston; 11 Camp Street,
New Orleans; 124 North Fourth Street, St. Louis; 58
West Fourth Street, Cincinnati ; 171 Superior Street,
Cleveland; and. all the principal citie; and towns in the
WSEND FO’R A CIRCULARéjg
for Eats 85 an Rant.
RARE CHANGE FOR IN VESMEN I‘.
SA L E 0 F
V ALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY
‘ IN THE CITY OF HARRISBURG.
That well-known and valuable hotel property known
now in the occupancy of Wm. Mochernmu, situate on
the east end of Market street, and immediately opposite
the Pennsylvania Railroad ‘Depot, will be oﬁ‘ered at
PRIVATE SALE until the 4th of December next, and
if not sold before that time, will be put up at Public
Auction on that day.
This is the most desirable propertyin the city of Hur
risburg for hotel business. Its proximity to the Penn
sylvania. Railroad Depot, and the depot of all the rail
roads centreing at Harrisburg, makes it more convenient
and aeoessible to the traveling public than any other
Hotel in the city.
Further information in regard to this property and as
to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to
WM. }l. MILLER, Attorney-et-Law,
North corner Market Square, (Wyeth’s Building,) second
story front. oct2-d&\vts
NOTICE TO SPE GULATORS !
V'ALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE!
A number of large size BUILDING- LOTS, adjoining
the Ruund House and Work Shops of the Pennsylvania.
Railroad Company, will be sold low and on reasonable
terms. Apply to au‘JO-dßm JOHN W. HALL.
NOTICE—A parochlal reSldence belng
about to be erected with St. Patrick’s Church, the
Rev. P. Mather oﬂ‘erg for sale the place wherein he re
sides . Application to Rev P . MAKER or Major BRADY.
May 3, 1860.—my4-dtf
FOR B. ENT—A Commodlous Two-Story
DWELLING- lIOUSE, (in Second street, below Pizza”
with wide Hall, large Back Building, Marble Mantels in
Parlors, Gas in six rooms, all the rooms just papered and
painted. The second story divided into seven rooms
one of which is 9. Bath. This, in connection with the fact
that the house has just been placed inthe mostthorou h
repair, makes it one of the most desirable house: in tie
city. Enquire of E. M. POLLOGK,
apl9 Market Square, Harrisburg.
FOB. SALE—A Vacant Lot of Ground,
situated in the borough of Harrisburg, adjoining the
corner lot of the northwest corner of Second and State
streets. The lot has a. front or 56 feet. For particulars
enquire or [jnZO-dtf] E. G. WILLIAMS.
F 0 R RE N T—Two BRICK TWO
STORY HOUSES on Pine street, between Second
nnd Third; also, Mrs. Cline’i COTTAGE and several
FRAME HOUSES. Enquire of
Corner of Second and Pine street:
4 OR SAL E—One Teamster’s Wagon,
two Coal Carts, one large Cart, suitable for farming
purposes. Apply to
mylS JAMES M. WHEELER.
R EAD T‘H I S:.
IT: WILL PAY YOU
OBSERVE WHAT I SAY H
IT WILL PAY YOU
I FOR A VISIT T 0
TO SEE AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES
FROM TEE LARGE, HANDSOME
AND E‘PHIONABLE 51:00:: or
Imm! MADE CLOTHING, CLOTH,
. mésxmmns, VESTINGS AND
dE-Nrs’ FURNISHING GOODS
(NOW EXPOSED AT THE WELL
KNOWN ARCADE, NO. 3 JONES ROW.
Av AILINC“: MYSELF OF THE
ADVANTAGES WHICH READY
CASE}. PRESENTS, I OFFER ALL
GOODS AT 10 PER GEN ‘l‘. CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSES.
CHEAS. s. SEGELBAUM.
P. S.—]IAVING SECURED
A FIRST RATE CUTTER, AND TAILOR,
I AM NOW READY
CLOTHING T 0 on‘
‘N 7 EDDIN G and
FIT OR NO SALE.
isit-ing Cards, at
TmTitt . v.:4..i(-:
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents
to the attention of mothers, her
FOR. CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by
softening the gums. reducing all inﬂammation—Will
allay ALL P MN and spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Du-gend upon it mothers; it will give rest to yourselves,
RELIEF AND *IIEAWI‘H TO YOUR lEFANTS
We have put up and sold this article for over ten years,
and CAN SAY, 1N CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH of it,
what we have never been able to say of any other medi—
cine—NEVEß HAS ['l‘ FAILED, IN A SING-LE IN
STANCE, I'o EFFECT A CURE. when timely used.
Never did we know an imtnnce of dissatisfaction by any
one who used it. 0n the contrary, all are delighted with
its operations. and speak in terms of commendation of
its magical effects and medical vii-men. We speak in
this matter “ WHAT WE DO KNOW," after ten ymrs'
experience, AND PLEDGE OUR. REPUTA’I‘ION FOR
THE FULFILLMENT .OF WHAT WE HERE DE
CLARE. In almost every instance where the infant is
suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief will be found
in Esteen or twenty minutes after the syrup is adminis
This valuable preparation is the prescription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and.SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England, and has been used with NEVER FAIL
ING SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF CASES
It not only relieves the child from 'pain, but invigo
rates the stvvmach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS. AND WIND COLIO,
and overcome convulsions: which. if not speedily reme
died, and in death. We believe it the BEST and SH REST
REMEDY IN THE WORLD, in all cases of DYSEN
TERY sud DIARRHCEA IN CHILDREN, whether it
arises from teething,or from any other cause. We would
say to every mother 1- he has a. child suffering from any
of the foregoing complaints—Do NOT LET YOUR PRE-
J UDIOES, NOB, THE PREJUDIGES OF OTHERS, stand
between you and your suﬂ‘cring child, and the relief that
will be SURE—yes, ABSOLUTELY SURE—to follow the
use of this medicine, if timely used. Full directions for‘
using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless
the fac-simile o CURTIS do PERKINS, New York, is
on the outside wrapper.
Sold by Dmggists throughout the world.
l'mscuur. Onion, 13 CEDAR Smear, New YORK.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
* m w ..
A SUPE BLATIVE
TO THE CITIZENS OF NEW JERSEY AND
APOI‘HFACRIES. RGTUGISS, GBOCERS AND
WOLFE’S PURE COGNAC BRANDY.
WWOLFE’S PURE MADEIRA, SHERRY AN D PORT
WOLFE’S PURE JAMAICA AND ST. CBOIX RUM.
\VOLFE’S PURE SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY.
ALL IN BOTTLES.
I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens of the
Umted States to the above “713123 and LIQUORS, im
ported by Unotrno Wonm. of New York, whose name
is familiar in every part of this country for the purity
of his celebrated Scamp“! Susan’s. Mr. WOLFE, in
his letter to me 7 speaking of the purity of his WIRES
and mavens, says: “I will stake my reputation as a
man, my standing as a merchant of thirty years’ resi
dence in the City of New York, that all the 3&lan and
WxxEs which I bottle are pure as imported, and of the
best quality, and can be relied upon by every purchaser.”
Every bottle has the proprietor-’3 name on the wax, and
3 :ac simile of his signature on the certiﬁcate. The
public are respectfully invited to call and examine for
themselves. For sale at RETAIL by all Apothecarics and
Grocers in Philadelphia“
G’EORGR H. ASHTON,
No. 832 Market street, Philaaelphia,
Sale Agent for Philadelphia
Read the following from the New York Courier .-
Exoenons BUSINESS FOR one New You: MERCHANT.—
We are happy to inform our fellow-citizens that there is
one place in our city where the physician, apotheeary,
and country merchant, can go and purchase pure Wines
and Liquors, as pure asimported, and of the best quality.
We do not intend to give an elaborate description of this
merchant’s extensive business, although it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to visit Unouao WOLFE’S
extensive warehouse, Nos. 18, 20 and 22, Beaver street,
and Nos 17, 19 and 21, Marketﬁeld street. His stock of
Schnapps on hand ready for shipment could not have
been less than thirty thousand cases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintagee of 1836 to 1856 ; and ten
thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix Rum,
some very old and equal to anyin this country. He also
had three large cellars, ﬁlled with Brandy, Wines, kc”
in oasks, under Custom-House key, ready for bottling.
Mr. Wonrs’s sales of Schnapps last year amounted to
one hundred and eighty thousand dozen, and we hoye in
less than two years he may be equally success! With
his Brandies and Wines.
Bis business merits the pntmnage of every lover of
his species. Private families who wish pure Wines and
Liquors for medical use should send their orders direct
to Mr. WOLFE, until every Apothecary in the land make
up their minds to discard the poisonous stuﬁ‘ from their
shelves, and replace it with Women»; pure Wmss and
LIQUORS. __ >
We understand Mr. Won-E, for the accommodation of
small dealers in the country, puts up assorted cases of
Wines and Liquors. Such a. man, and such a. merchant,
should be sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponents in the United States, who sell nothing but imi
tations, ruinous alike to humnn health and happiness.
For sale by 0. K. KELLER, Druggiat, sole agent for
Harrisburg. _ sepﬁ-«ﬂcwﬁm
IT is compounded entire.
become an establilhed hat, a
Ind approved by all thlt ‘ 4
lortad to with conﬁdence m §
it is recommended. ‘
It he: cured thousand;
who had given up all hope: i
unsolicited certiﬁcates in
The dose must be adapted
individull taking it, and
toectgentlyon the bowels.
Let the dictates of vom
use or the LIVER 'lN
will cure Liver Com
tacks, D yep epli a,
811 :11 111 e r Co m
ry, Dre 1) sy, Sour
C o "i v enact Chol-‘
ra Mon-bus, Cholera
es, Ind my be used suc-‘
r y, Fami ly Medi-g'
HE ADAC HE, gal;
twenty minutes, ‘ f;
spoonfuls are taken:
All who me it are
in its favor.
MIX WATER IN THE MOUTH WITH THE INVIG
ou'ron,~mn SWALLOW Born TOGETHER.
Price One Dollr per Bottle.
COMPOUNDED FROM .
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put up ‘7‘, 01“”
C'aaes, Air Tight, and will keep many chmate.
The Family Cathar- ' tic PILL i“ aW“ 5!"
active Oaths-tic, '13:: w :he 111-65:15:! bu medm
his pm: ‘ce more t wall I '
'rha constantly increas- ‘4 inf dam-“d mm .ﬂ‘m
who have long used the I 4 l’ LLS'“d Eh“ “mm-3'
tion which all express in "5‘91 t“ then- use, 1‘"
induced me to place them H "“11“?“ reach °f m-
The Profession wellklm' Pd that Meant 03.“:qu
not on din'erent rtionS' 0‘ the b0"013-
Th. FAME?) ”A- rum-rm PILL nu,
with due reference to “3:. o well established fact, been
compounded from a "138' *1 of the purest Vﬁehble
Extracts, which act nuke H on every partial e sli
menmy anal um 'lljﬁ 54 good and sale in all
wgwhvgreadntharhcll neaded. such une
rgngem e n t I 0’ the m Stomach. Bleeping-I,
Pain! in the 380 k and Lolnl, Cultiva
no“, pain and sollk < nus over the who].
h.dy'from anddeﬂ 001 d, which frequently, if no
glechrl, end I: ‘ 1011! u connect Fever,Lou o!
Appetite. II "'01"!!! Sensation o I 0o l d
"a the hodnnen- leuneu,Humox-, or
manual Human E'l INFLAMMATOBY ms.
nus. Warm in cm. dron or “ammo-um
mm, ngmt lfmurmn 4 at the BLOOD and my
dinoqoﬂo which ﬂeslz in hair, too numerous to
manhon inthil ulvex'me- (3 meat. Dole, Ito 3.
Price Three Dimes.
31%;“; Invigorator and Family embargo Pilla go
to I y nan-:11 and sold wh Isiah a
Tulle in .11 thegmegtzwna. ” ‘ y
, S.-’l‘. W SANFORD, M. D.,
. Manufacture} ind Proprietor, 208_Broudway, N. Y.
y from Gums, and ha
Stu-laud Mediums, known
have used mm is now to
‘ in All the diseases forwhich
within the “It "0 yam.
of relief, as the numerous
my possession show.
to the tempsnmentof tbs
used in such quantities as
Judgment guide you in the
VIGORATOR, and it
plaints, Billi us At
Stomach, ll bicunl
in, Cholera, Chole-
Inf anhun, F 1 am-
Female W enknes
cesamnx an an Ordina
cine. It will can 510 I
thousands can testify,) In
two or three Tea
at commencement of at
giving their testimony
ﬁnes of Giraud.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY T 0 85 FRBM PHILADELPHIA.
The Bridge ht Conewago having been re—built, the
Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvaniaßailroad Company
will resume their fornmr route. On And after
MONDAY, OCTOBER 1511!, 186".
they will depart from and arrive at 113113.51:ng and
Philadelphia ml follows :
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Hurrl:.L-urg at
1.153.. m., and arrives “West Philadelphia at 5.10 nan.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.15 a. m., every
dn-y except Monday, arrives at Went Philmielphia. at
10.00 a. m.
BIAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg St 1.00 p. m., M'-
rives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. In.
These Trains make clone connection at Philadélphi.
with the New York Lines,
MT. :03! ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves
6.50 a. 111., Mt. Joy at 8 o‘3, and «,I,an “Lancaster at
8 50 with LANCASTER TRAIN, arriving at West Phill'
delphia. at 12.10 p. In.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leave! at
at 3.50 p. m., Columbia at 5.15, and arrives at We",
Philadelphia at 905 p. m.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leave
at 4.00 p. m., Mt. Joy at 5.11, connects with HARRIS
BUM} ACCOMMODATION TRAIN East at Dillervilla
at. 5.40, arriving at West Philadelphia. at. 9.05 p. m.
THROUGH EXPRESI TRAIN leaves Philadelphis at
10.45 p. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 2.55 a. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 a. m., n
rives at Harrisburg at 12 50 p. m.
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia 3:11.50 3. m., au’ivea
at Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, 1651!:
Lancaster on arrival of MAIL TRAIN West, at 11.04 I.
m., leaves Mt. Joy at 11.42, and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.001». m., Columbia at 6.10, and arrives
at Harrisburg at 7.86 p. m.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves
Lancaster, on the arrival of LANCASTER TRAIN West,
at 7.54 p. 111., Mt. Jay at 8.30, and arrives at Harrisburg
at 9.42 p. m.
Passengers leaving Philadelphiaat4.oop. m., on LAN
CASTER TRAIN, connect at Lancaster with MT. JOY
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN No. 2, at 7.54, and arrive
at Harrisburg at 9.24 p. m. ‘
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. East. .0510. Penn's Railroad
NEW AIR légNß} ROUTE
,""T"’*w:ﬁiy _~r-~w~—w—— Shir". -
Shortest in Distance and Quiekest in Time
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES 01‘
NEW YORK AND HARRISBURG,
V I A
READING, ALLENTIIWN AND EASTIJN!
MORNING EXPRESS, West, leaves New York at 6
3.. 'm., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.45 noon, ou'y 63‘
hours between the two cities.
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and 3.11
rims at Harrisburg at 8.30 p. m.
MORNING MAIL LINE, East, leaves Harrisburg at
8.00 a. m., arriving at New York at 4.30 p. In.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Herrin
burg at 1.16 p. m., arriving at New York at 9.00 p. :11.
Connections are made .= t Harrisburg at 1.001). m. with
the Passenger Trains in each direction on the Pennsylva—
nia, Cumberland Valley and Northern central Railroads
All Trains connect at Reading with Trains for Pom.
ville and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Mano]:
Chunk, Easton, &c.
No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between New
York and Harrinbnrg, by the 6.00 a. m. Line from New
York or the 1.15 p. m. from Harrisburg.
For beauty of Scenery and speed, comfort and accon:
modatiou, this Route presents superior inducements to
the traveling public.
Farebetween New York andEarrisbnx-g, FIVE DOLLARS .
For Tickets and other information apply to
J , J . CLYDE, General Agent,
ﬁn, ,_ ~ _ _ V,___-_,.~ Harrisburg
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
NoTl c E . '"7
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTER SUNDA Y, MAY 27th, 1860,
the Passenger Trans of the Northern Central Railway
will leave Harrisburg as foollw: :
EXPRESS TRAIN will leave at........... .1.“ a. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave 5:07.30 3. m.
MAIL TRAIN wi111eaveat......... . . . .. .. 1.00p.m.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at... .. ...-..
EXPRESS TRAIN will leave at.
The only trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday will be
the EXPRESS TRAIN at. 1.40 a. m., going South, Ind
the EXPRESS TRAIN at 9.32 p. m., goingNoﬂh.
For further information apply at the o co, in Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot. JOHN W. HALL, Agent.
Harrisburg, May 26, 1860.—my28
ON AND AFTER MAY ~28, 1860,
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE HARRISBURG
DAILY, (Sundays excepted” at 3.00 A. It, Ind 1515?.
31., for Philadelphia, anivingthere at 1.25 P. 51., “116.15
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 AM .
nnd 3.30 P. M., arriving at Harrisburg at 12 45 noon ud
8.30 P. M.
lARES z-To Philadelphia, No. I Cars, 33.25; No. 2,
(in name train) $2.70.
[ARES :—l'o Bending $1.60 and $1.30.
At Readinnconnect with tnins for Pottsville, Miners
ville, Tamaqua, Oat-visa, 'tc.
,FOUB TRAINS LEAVE READING FOB PHILADEL
rnn DAILY, at a A. M., 10.45 A. m., 12.30 noon-ad
3.48 P. M.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOR READING a: .o .
M.,1.00 P. m., 3.80 P. m., and 5.001’. M.
FARES:-—Boading to Philadelphia, 81.75 nnd $1.45.
THE MORNING TRAIN FROM HARRISBURG GON
NEOTB AT READING with up train for Wﬂkaabure
Pittnon and Scranton.
l'or through tickets and other information apply to
J . J. CLYDE,
REDUCTION OF PASSENGER TAKES;
on m» erxaﬁgygaegkeryn 2,1350
COMM UTA T 1 ON TICKETS,
With 26 Coupons will be issued between any pain“
desired,_ good for the holder and any member of his
family, in any Passenger train,and at any time—at 26
per cent. below the regular fares.
Parties having occasion to use the Road frequentlyon
business or pleasure, will ﬁnd the above arrangement
convenient and economical; as Four Passenger tnilp
run daily each way between Reading and Philadelphia
and Two Trains my between Reading, Pottaville sad
Harrisburg. 011 Snndaye,only one morning train Down,
and one afternoon train Up, runs between Pottevﬂle and
Philadelphia and no Passenger train on the Lehman
For the above Tickets or any Information relating
thereto, apply to 8. Bradford, Esq., Treasurer Philtdel
phia, to the respective Ticket Agents on the ﬁne, or to
G. A. NlO LLS, General Sup’t.
Much 27. 1860.—mar28-dtf
H L. GODBOLD, PRACTICAL Tums
. - AND Emma“ or PIANOS, MELODEONS. Inc.
ace. Orders in future must be left at WM. xnocnmé
MUSIC STORE, 92 Market street, or at BUFHLEE’B
HOTEL. All orders left 1.1: the above-named DIM! will
meet with prompt attention.
First class PIANOS for sale
W 001) TURNER,
REAR OF 426 AND 428 WALNUT STREET,
Every descrigion or CARPENTERS’ AND BUILD
ERS‘ TUBNIN execlited with neatness and dispatch.-
WINDOWmooR AND SASHC'IRGULARMO ULD
INGS of every PATTERN, from four inches up to nine
feet diameter. TURNED to order, in the neatest style.
STABLE AND HITOHING POSTS, VENEERED AND
PLAIN NEWELLS, STAIB BALUSTEBB of every kind,
kept constantly on hand. a. nd on the most runaonnble
1.20 p. In.
.....-932 p. In.