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GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!!
IirLII,IIIDID farlirgis 1
At 439 Chestnut Si. The only 01-191001 GO Book
G. G. Evens would irform his friends and the
public that his Star Gift Book Store Anil Pub
lishing house is perniiinetitiy esiiiblislied in
Brown's alilindid Iron Building, 639 Ch es t nut at.
two doors below Fifth, 'where the purchaser of
each book, at the regular retail price. will re
ceive one of the following gills, valued at from
26 coots to $lOO :
550 Patent EPglish Lever Gold
Watches, $lOO 00 each.
550 Patent Anchor Lever Gold
Watches, 50 a
400. Ladies' Gol 1 Watches, 18k.
eases, 35 00 "
600 Silver Bunting \Vetches,
warranted, 15 00 "
500 Parlor Timepieces. lu 00 "
500 Cameo Sets. Ear Crops and
Pins, 10 00 "
5@D Lai ies' Gold Bracelets, 5 DO to 12 00 ••
500 Gents' Vest and Fob Chains, 10 Ou
1000 Gold Lockets (large size
• double ease.) 10 00 'I
2000, Gobi ..soekets, (small sine.) a 00 a
1000 'Gold Pencil Cases, with.
Gold Pens, 8 00 IS
1000 Extra Gold Pens with eases
• and holders, 8 50 "
8000 Gold Pencils, (Ladies'.) f 00 "
9580 Gold Pens; with Silver Pen
2500 Ladies' Gold Pens, with Ca
. ses and Holders, 1 50 "
6500 Gld Rings, (Ladies,') t 00 ••
sooa Gents' Gold Ring, 2 so "
2300 Ladies' Gold Brestpins, 9 50 "
3500 Misses' Gold BLeastpins, 1 50 "
sOOO Pocket Knives, we "
2000 Sets Gents' Gold Bosom
Studs,2 50 45
2000 Sets Gents' Gold 'Moore
Buttons, 2 50 "
2000 Pairs of Ladies Ear Drops, 2 50
• POOO Ladies' I'eurl Card Cases, 5
15000 Ladies' Canton, Jet, or
Mosaic Pint, 6 00 "
MO Ladies' Shawl and Ribbon
• 1000 Articles of Gold Jewelry, Gift Bank, 5,,
et., not 'enumerated in the ahoy., worth
from 25 cents to $25.
Event' new Cat dog.. which is sent flee to
all parts of the country, eontahH nll the most
Popular books of the day end the newest pub
lications, all of which will lie sold us low us urn
be obtained at other stores.
Agents wanted in every town in the Colon, —
Tlloeo desiring so to act, con obtain full partir
whirs by addressing the above.
N. B.—Being largely interested ir. .1)0.1:-
leg books, and huying from other publisheis in
immense quantities, tier cash, I not nil 1,1 to
make larger discounts to Country Agents and
Book Dealers than can he had at any other
house in the country.
Any hook published in the Un tel Staten, the
• retail price of which is ono dollar and upwards
will be.proinptly sent, Gilt included, on receipt
• of publishers price.
An extru $1 Book and Gift given to .y per
son orderirg ten hooks to be sent to one ad
. Send for a Catalogue. Mitres.,
G. 0. EVANS, Publisloms)
Aug. 31st, '50.-35a. 439 Chestnut St. Phila.
PUBLIC NOTIl!E. i The Executive Commitfre Intv., deemed it
Notice is hereby given, that I warn all pee• expedient the pee,ta pmr to dila...• with a
sons from purchasing, from Edward Cox, a. 4 dtieretionaly Cut mittpu and award mi pwilli
dated April, 1838, and due on the 17th or He- kme for article t not mentinael in the li t. This
cember, 1850, given by me, foe tea dollars,. ' ttrren.,tit, , ,r dt n.O intend,d ut in,r , 'err, with
I do not inland to pay said note. ur proeat thy uxiii.b;tiou of aL,y article wile,
ELIZABETH SHANK. ener
YEW ENGLAND SETTLEMENT.
TO ALT, WANTING FARMS
Tti a healthy pl.e, twenty-live miles from Phil
'. adelphia, an the Cainden Atlantic railroad,
New Jersey. An out estate has recently liven
opened for sale, and th a first division of 10.00 a
acres divided up into farms of twenty acres up
wards. The soil is of the hest quality air the
production of bolts, grains, &c. The price is
slsas2o per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly
instalments, within a term of four years, with 111
interest. The terms are made easy, in order 10
insure the rapid improvement or the hold, by en
abling every industrious man to buy a farm. It
is now being extensively improved by good roads
and some of the hest citizens from New England
and the Middle States are erecting lingo tniprove
ments. It is a scene of the greatest improve
ment out of Philadelphia. Seventy-live lieu,s
have been built in four months. Priotical i'ar
mere and business men from the length toot COMMON STOCK.
breadth of the Uttion are settling there. Ii is asas. t draught stallion, 7 00
important business ;due, on account of its M big ii,,t 3 year old do., 4 00
in the midst of a great market. Every article P.est 1 year old do., 2 00
raised upon this land findsan immediate sato.— , lio , t mei , 1 year old., 3 OU
The waster is excellent, and no such thing as fa- ' 2d li,st do.. 2 0:1
Ter is known. ' lio , i (illy, 3 year old, 3 00
The soil is a sandy or clay loam, with a clay 2,,,1 6,,,i d o ., 2 00
bottom end retentive of manures. It is free of 2,1 best do., Youatt.
stones and is easily worked. It abounds hugely Best colt 2 year old, '3 1. 1 0
in the phosphates, and such is its rerplity that 2,16,, do., 2 01/
from the crops produced upon this l
~and and the
IS iSt brood mare, 5 00
large area adjoining under cultivation, it will lia
and .t to lie excelled anywhere in the prialue- 2d beat do., 3 (10
bon of crops most adapted to its market. 33 best do., 2 00
The render may be well nware ant the errliess Best yearling colt, 2 00
and the best rrui , s and vegetables come front New 2rl best do., 1 OU
Jersey, which are annually exported to the 3 , 1 best do., Youatt.
amount of millions of dollars. The lamp, be- Beat draught horse, 3 00
sides being in every ;say accessible for fertilizer. 2tl hest do , 2 o_o
has en abundant supply or the best quality at gd hest d o ., 1 00
muck manure. Best riding do., 4 OU
Lutnber anti building mnterinls rain he loti on 2d hest do., 2 00
the slot et a cheap price, from the mills. 0 her lt.',t p a ir match horses, li 00
mill are now being opened, and brick-yards I.eing ,
2d best no., 4 011
started on the ground. A person eau put lip a r ,
frame tenement for present convenience rot one i."'!" 1,11,11 /2 hors., 3 00
hundred dollars. On amount or the extensive 2 . 1 best do 2 00
emigration, this is the best course to pursue in or• hest ramilY hone; 3 01.1
der to get a place to lire in at first. Carl/ewers 2,1 bent do., 2 00
and builders are on hand to put up homes on the Bast pair mules. 4 00
best terms. 2d beat do., , 2 00
• ~..,,,, hero the ileigrant has many wives- .4unroVatj Committee.— Gen. S. Miles Green
ill 6 0“••.. ' ••• hill. ' :' ,, lu of tile Fre it Jan. K. Hampton, ebbs. Lewis, Joe. S. Oaks,
i ...,:i. He is within a lea .. taaalattu , 4 Dr, B. A, Miller.
clt:es in the Middle Status and New .... e ,
le near his old friendsand associations ; he is in .. Classi.—Mat .904.
Settled country, where every improvement an I 1 SHORT UOUN
pomfort of civilization is at bassist ; i e is in a heal •
shy place, and is not subject to the certainty of Best bull,
losing the greater part of his Wilily Milt Ito emu 24 b e ., do.,
health by those malignant fever which inuke the n „, ~,.,,,
graves of as many millions of the young and ',',',„;;" t. " d /. ,
hardy in far off reiguns amity from home and `.. "
Best heifer . ,
friend.. Besides, he lion 11 Iliad elitists Wei an
2/I beat do.,
There are three trains daily to Philadelphia, , Best calf,
and to all those who imi.rove the railroad coal. ! 2tl best do.,
pant. gives a free ticket.
The reader will at once be struck with the ad-
vantages hero presented, and ask himself why the
2/1 best do.,
property has not been taken up before. The rem I Beat cow,
son is, it was never thrown in Oar market ; and '
2d hest (10.,
sinless these statements were correct no one would Br ,t heifer,
be invited to examine the land haters purehming. !' '"'• "`""'r
We all are expected to do. They will see the 31 hest dm,
land under cultivation ; they will meet persons, Held ealf•
DO doubt, from their own neighborhood ; they will 211 heat do.,
witness the improvements, and can judge of the ,
iiteracter of the population. Persons should Best bull,
ewe premed to purchase, us many are locating 2,1 best do.,
and locations are not held on refusal.
The Huninionten Fanner, a monthly Literary B e' t .. w /
and Agricultutal paper, containing full informa
tion of Hammonton, will he sent to each inqui- 1 p, t heifer,
ter, and can be obtained at 25 cents per amino. 'lot best do.,
Title indisputable. Warrantee deeds given, Beat calf,
clear of all ineutubrance; when purchase money 2d best do.,
is paid. Route to the land i—Leave Vine street
wharf, Philadelphia. for Hammonton by railroad
at 7i, A. M., and Si P. M; when there inquire I.e.R.'' work oxen,
tor Mr. Byrnes, Boarding conveniences will be lti best do.,
' found. Letters and applications can be teldressed "(IA * null,
to S. B. COUGHLIN, 202 South PIPIT Street 2d b eat do.,
below Walnut. Philada. Maps and information ; Beat cow,
abeerfully furnished. ' 2,1 best do.,
" Asp fa ilieforerib. Ilene WAN. 2 year n iot
I%TC:OribIEM. 2d best du., 1 00
• Awarding Cowntifica,—,Kenaie I. Gra t a,
A getterel nieetitt, nf tl.e ,Stoel.holtfere of g n ov . kaiL . ld. p,,,,,..1,1,44i.,,,,,.purry Dl roar,
the Ilimttigtl.ol and Broad T. tp 'Alton ult. jlll , l rhos. ‘vii , ,,,i,,,,, Jr.
and Ct.' C.,111.a11y, will 1,.• 1..•1,1 .11 . e.•
ttesdny September I stit 1858 to 111 o'clock. a. Cure :I. —liege.
on., at the Plittallelphill Ex111:111,1, Phila. 111 B. st hair, 5 00
consider the propriety .I'ra:cawing theptovisiona 2d hoyt do..
of the net o tuamaltly, approved March 17th 3,1 la,,110.• .
1858 A 1011,1,41 0, the ismte of prefered Stock, 11 , 8 t row, 4 t 0
and for miter businesa in relation to the inter. 2,1 hest do., 2 00
ante of the Company. , Ilea litter of pigs, 3 50
By order of the Board of directors. ' 2 . 1 hull do, 2 00
.1. P. AERTSEN Sec. It. o ch •stcr white, 3 00
lint do., 2 Oil
t; .1 limk,tiire, :i 00
2.1 Iwo do , 2 00
!v. , ',., g C.onimPleP.—Col, S. S. Wharton,
• , , '.: , •,.. (Creek ) J t,liutt Greenland, John
:., , Jr., Ilm.j. L. N..if.
a s -PAll wonting to emigrate to a mild eli.n.ur
1,01111 soil 1.1 title Market. see 1111Verlinell,as
tlananonton latuds.• As g. 25.-65.
Notice to Coal itiirclinsers.
THE qiii,,Hber iv uuw prepared 1.. 1 . 11r1;IIIIi
Coat Si. Coke at his h:n :it Sta
tion, on the Punted. Itintraad, i f an ,0141 duali
ty . eon be hail en the mountain. I sill run
coal to I inllidayslowg, or min other point on t e
Penn'. Riii.natd, if application is made person
ally or he liter.
,51.20-1 will agree to deliver COKF. el
in ear, at jar awl a gum*, celes per 1,1,4. •
trf viz t—Thirty-live round+ to the bushel. ttr I -
liver it in my "so ears, st any point desired, at
the lowt, posOile rotes.
Fur either 4,t' the above roblre
Ilemloek, Clutihria Conuty, l'a,
whero all ordpra will ber propiniily attended to.
Aug. 25, 1858.61.
FARM LANDS FOR SALE 25 NIMES
1 . 1 - 111..ADELl'IlLt by Railro ti in the
state of New Jersey. Soil sunup.; the best for
Agricultural purposes, heist; a g., .1 loam
with a ..lily button,. The bind i 4 a large tr a .,
di% bled into small farms. and hundreds from all
parts or the country. cut now se Hilt, and
(hog. The crops eau be seen growing. Terms
trout $l5 to $2O per acre, payablo within boar
Yours hY installments. To visit the plaee—
Leave Vine it,. IVllarf at Phila. at 7h a. to. by
Railroad for littitattenton, or ad.irei., 11..1 8.,-
be latter. See lull advertisement in an -
other euluttin.-2t. •
PRLMIUMS AND. REGULATIONS
FOURTH ANNUAL EXIIMITION
lIT\T. CO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
lb be had at float implwt. nit Wed norday,
rharsdo y and Friday, October 6M, 714 0.1
All stock, articles lutd mailufiteturei orro,d
for exhibition must he entered on
ttud on the Fatir grutawl by I? M. or Tiee:ably,
in order to let ailniitteil to competition a w l re
wain until the close of the Fair on Fritlity eve•
. . .
I. 7 recuitnnii will ha awarded on Friday after
Awarding Cam nth te.of have the power of
fff.ififif , t vacancins, and are requested to fin•.
'Hell critics reports.
Pricen of 'rickets for tneuthership, $l. Sin.
gle adtaission, 2 vents.
The funds uf the Society are at present It.x
and the premiums awarded consequently light.
ASSOCItIoIIUtI will rely upon the pnLlic spir
is anal liht.rul emoltiet to (Pa tellow eittzem, to
ttIIAAILI their oVill Soot•Itly, untl by . Si o
!even. the industrial art.!, ItgrICIIII.UrIti iut
prtorVIOCIIIS in our
Cities 1— //ord..
2.1 I.eht du.,
fleot 2 gene old,
2cl bent do.,
3d best do.,
Best gelding, 2 yenr old,
2,1 be, do.,
3d be, dn.,
Boot filly, •
2d boot do.,
itil beet do.,
Be, colt ti mos. old or under,
2il beet do.,
3d best do.,
I 2,1 bext
i , ~ , ,I
~ ~ 1,
1. .1, 1.1 !,,
Cluns B. ilowinp.
d, 4 (14) I 1;•••1 d-zoo of witdpr,
do., :i Ut) 1 241 b., (h.,
2 DO i 14,4 fall do..
flu,. 1. DO I 2.1 1,....t do.,
!warding Cummitee.—.lolin Co'dcr. , la:.' 13, , ti1ti,1 w.t ales . ) var'ety of pe:telles
isoo..li,li Ilerhe,mw, Jmbes It. 1.311 e, Dit. 1 V .•. -,1 .hi
t id liarrick,
Cla. 6.-3grieultural lin l .l ni•
2,1 b,•st .10..
13 , s , ut,llivator,
2.1 11,st .10.,
241 b.... do..
I.km. and r.
Suing 8:0 ht r.
Best white wheat,
2d best do.,
:Id lie, do.,
Beg yellow corn,
2,1 best do.,
Best white do.,
24 beg do.,
Bout bile!C wheat,
2.1 hug do.,
Awardin;t eintunittee.—Ditvid Dlill.
IIIUS. Stvwart, Buys
[lass 8. —Dume , ic Monetlactures
Yountt oo II rasa.
2.1 i , e,i, do.,
3d best d.i.,
Best pt uud cake,
2 , 1 b,•et.
lit -,L ,rtmge cake,
::d bent do.,
Best jelly cake,
2d best do.,
?A best do.,
3d best do.,
3d best do.,
3d best 11..
Best tbot,,,tic auger,
Beal tonidu molasses,
2d best dc.,
Brat Sorgitunt toolimes,
2d best dii.,
3d best do.,
Beet toonno ketchup,
3d best do.,
2d hest do.
2il best 11,,,,
2d best do.,
Best puck tis,
2.1 bast do.,
•.d best do.,
3,1 b.,' do.,
3d best do.,
Best barrel of flour,
Awitriliiig Cow ittoe.—Wtn. Dorris, .1
Fanny NAL Mrs. Mary Nell, (Alex
11.d.n.tit Breen, Geo, W. Juliiistui
CiasN anochuld Fabrics.
Best Cm pet
2 , 1 hest
2•t hest do.,
bang " • guilt ,
34 hest do.,
Be. hearth suit,
211 best do.,
Best pair woolen socks,
Best worsted socks,
Best rn natnental
Best needlework du.,
2,1 best do.,
Best hard soap,
211 best do.
Anmeding Commillee.—Johji Porn ,
amindria ; Miss. Pruden, Jucl.sot
Emily J. Love; Miss. Sarah A. Lee;
5 00 I Asl tttttt it.
3 00 Class 10.—Pitney Needle and or,
4 00 tv" .
3 00 Best specimen of fancy needlework,
3 00 , 24 best do
2 00 Best shell work,
2 0 0 2d hest do.,
1 00 Best ornamental needlework,
2,1 best, do.,
Best seheneil embroidery,
6 00 Best Crotchet work,
4 00 Best lamp mut,
5 00 Best net work,
3 00 Best worsted quilt,
4 00 Best bead work.
3 001 Best silk embroidery,
3 OS Boa nitomus.
Bent 1. 1. ,,, Ki1,te , 1 , 11111,S,
.114 la, ollog die —P. H. Lane; Mint,
C. T. 100111,11, SUMO Shaver, sial. An.
na, (}.'ii. H. Steiner,
Class ifecitanicta,lngentents and Man.
Best two liiivse carriage,
ant singla harness,
Strait, g harness,
" saddlr.:ti„l bridle,
" pair ui hauls,
4, Mile (if sale leather, 1 00
kip and calf skin, 1 00
" side harness and tipper leather, 109
" tut iif ettinetware, 3 00
Mid ,jri•latest variety tin ware, 1 00
" tl,t. astotio and earth ware, 1 00
•. washing machine, 60
meat vessel. 1 00
epeemien oinoirble work,
e. ok stove.
3 • Do
A W ilnne,lirl. Snip
H. IS,II. I avoly Cr,ssweil, A. Om( Myton, R.
Bost mid variety o! apples,
..7 . , •11 al 1%0 apples,
iii .1 Awl ,r..riti,t veriety t.rf !wars,
1 , 1 .t.•=l
11,. aid gretttllSl variety of
t , ..1 ,ri variety of emu
" t tht..
t - t
t il. M :t.
' l 2 (;;1,1)
.i of tomatued. 1 oi,
1;. - `
tit rot 4,
l ou • tup.ips,
l!'• 1. '40011.4,
5 „ do.,
„„ It, d
00 1 2.1 lost do.,
50 I Hest sq.u.shes,
1 00 I l'.l
50 11., ivuter melon.
1 00 brst do.,
So 111, inu,katelon.
1 tHi b 110.,
1 00 I bt.,t la ans.
' hest do.,
. -- ,11 1,1 ileA di), 25
1 l"' %wording rontnitstee— Dr. Jon. M 'rid
I •rl,, V,' isha Shoemakor, Mrs. E Stitt, Miss
1 °,'„-' Utah en:lnnis, John gong.
Chi. s 14—/Yoi al Deparlut.nl.
50 1',..- iti,,piny of flowers in blown, 801
1 ' Oil ".1 10.5 t do., 2 00
:in :H .'e-t do., 2 00
100 ro 51 iliAploy of plants in bloom, 200
lid •2,1 11,•st do , 1 00
2 00 1 Zld beet do, 50
Nest ii• play of dohs as in bloom, 800
1 00 . 211 hest „ 11,. 2 nil
00 i }id best ila.. 1 00
2 00 : 11,1, hogort of daloilia, 50
I 0 0 Pwo bmilitat of f10W , ., 50
Jr.. 'I”. ' •.:(1 hest do . ''',',
xa11', ,, 1 ,, / 8.-51 floral design, 2 110
m; l ' - ' l. I.d 11,4 do., 1 ‘,41
50 Administrator do bonus nom
1 . .1d hc•rt do .
' . ' .1w ...rho,: 1 'morn Itte. , — Ed Snare, Ni c ,r, A. , ••18: 18 . Gt•
roar •, ..
2.0,, ...., st ts
o•von, 11 , s. •Irerephi,,... c 11
e ,.,„ .11'ERARY BIJItE.III. -
~,1 , . , ii , N i,,,,,,,,,„, D u ll . CA J A D o o,, An c•• perieheed Ed.t,.. air A li!ii or,
2,n0 i C .404 15 --Plattity.
1 andß tlamougltly educated Literary Nitro, wk..
' ry 44 oh r•verlty•live years of the rlrtabrery of
lilt Best awl largos, trot pure bred.
.looraalism, has determined to hire out
'° :2 1 hest. do., 2 1
O l' t4l, ',
l ' -' ,, it rt i'3' ,..,•li his britios at rotail. to those who may
1 • i: ' 8.-st pie or two of Aungliais, I 1h i require their services, in any honorable way.
hd ' Alen trams, Itr.sines. leut, Inventors. nod
1 pi, 3,0i.i . - , d . 11,1•1'' ' -,d, will be supplied, off hand
" LI ••t (I' , hit , f ili " a '
0 5 ' . 1 ,,..
~,,, 0 c 0... c
r , ! , with ~ , ,k, , ,,i,,,,,,,, (poetical or otherwise,)
50 •-d ho-t do.. - ' N. :1•••... C.0.d., C,r , slam. or try species of itr•
IMO 11 , st do. hr4limepootra, i ~,, i ,,,, ....!, -,, , ,i.
3" f.ct I,c o do,, '" ('oliticri•o , will be supplied with Speeches,
1,1 !" 114-.1 do dorkitrgs ; 1 ,"' ltvparnt, li,-.-„Mill., I. , •tters Toasts, P a m,
*: , l la st du., .i), pl,lets. Editorial . Articles, dommuoicutions,
1•1 ..: 13• e t do spangled hamburg . I th , nod ewe ry sort of lirriirework, which they way
.1 ) :, t , ti ,d it inemvenient or troublestarne to do then,
• • i -.I be e do, .
rr 4,1 A • • 1 rkives.
a; Atlas, lit t•I tit, game , f any 1 ,, , Variety, I,, i die, and Gentlemen, of every rank in so•
It:chard , 2rl hr st do , 5 , ' chop or °unveil. 11 life, 2RII have Letters
8,—.1 /lei !WNW ', 1 (19 , Wrilloa on nay subject, whether !tattiness or
itt4o.avisial ~1 1 .. s .. 3.1. 50 sewininntal. .
$l,llO tioc4 do. ja ea fowl, 1 00 . The ad ou•VOSer will 0. , conduct, or translate
50 Correspondence of every Irbil, either English,
'241 r t.st err,
/ 00 Freuch, Spanish, German or 1.111111.
1.00 ll',, do. cv . ixt- , 1 breed,
('nutty,('nutty,Acrostics, for Allmore JS'otes. Billet
-50 24 hem do. t ' 0
' ' Mrx, Monodies, and Compositions of the most
1 00 Be, 1 "orl;ey, 0 0 delicate and imnfuleutial character, incident to
50 '2,1 1 , , s , do , 50 every possible cirmonstanee ur 44vetrt is life,
. l : i 11 , et II orbs. 1 00 w,ll he furnished in roviolable concnieuce, by
'',l b , ' do., 50 writing to the uodersiwied, and explaining
50 1 00 their wishes.
50 R. at ueese,
5 0 Orders by mail. accompanied with cash. will
50 •2 , 1 host d..
1 0 0 be *icily ...a pr...iloy attended to Address
50 . Best guinea (owls, J. TIIOMPSUN, Literary Bureau,
50 i 2d best do . 50 I Boa 2285 Philadelphia I'. 0. 1 Pa.
4. Awarding Cornmittee--Dr I), Houtz, A.c.E.18.'68,17
H, B. Wigton, John Finney, ht. Bender- I
son, .111 m Myerley, D. Clarkvon. G W.
entffluv. John Owens, Win. K. Rabin,
'rho. P. Love,
Bost oil pointing,
2.d best do.,
•at lithograph in oil,
It oil !minting on glass,
2d best do..
(3,•st cram' drawing.
al best do.
Best pointing in water colors,
:2tl best do ,
A wsrding Committee— Rev. A. 'M. Rir
nitz, Mrs. I") lUair . Miss Ju in
Charlotte Kidder, 11iss Ann Young
CiSr - E'xhibiiiirs are required to have
thew stork and articleq entered on the
husks at the Mike Were they are admit
ted to the pronto!.
Any uersoos having any stock nr •
les for exhitiiiion con etticr them at ar y
t i,, e prrviuus to th, cuinitimicent •ut of the
Fair the Secretaries of the
snow and ill so 'loin they will he reqtti•
red m I hirorinitt.no. no pas '-
Me with tevard to the nee, pedigree, treat
ment &c o tit; an tools.
l'rt.itc‘nnt: OW; in 110 case be given
wi:ery thr mom .1 ur utiworihy.
Icy, IN C. WA'l sON, l'rest.
St. I P. liAmEv. Sec.
11t11TTSIFY READ 'rIILS: I
Lintersi,ned takes this :11..thoti 4' juror.
rho tiitrii is nu incil
t,h to the t .htic that is vie:tt to
pt: ALT:i it kI.VAXIC OIL in re:tureitt4
; ver of its effect, in a friend of
a t tae, 10 1 11 SllllllOll e , rrything trout a
tour ath.et ion whielt e-ist,i the blotused
iral teeattneot in Centre t.oonty. We applied
freely the (1111V , II1il. 10 tat• painful am, and
g,rt• T., 1110 111 , 111 . 111 Y, 11.1 in 20 minute. the pa
-61111 %141.1 1 ,1 11 4 1 1.1., t•tul wilt tt 11,,114: W/1s Fret. free
:o! cootine.l ,0 —This 1, 110,iliV0
11 I ant ittat.e :loud at any
tr., .1 ea:, of 1. I.LON wit, ellrell in nearly the
s.u.te length ul
J. 11. 11A II N.rentre 11111.
ALTOONA. 131.1ir July 3,155.
.1. 1) Sroxy.noto, Les,t, , toa it.
lkat Sir-111r. Wm.
TI,IINIIAVOII, Win has been ,allt ring several 1
%ear , tr, rbetimntiqn, got ,n ill that 1.14 friends
and tt true ,unionoted to ~i tLIONEI Ilia
death. 1 ihilficeil bin Oit.ll4lQ to try the vlrta t ,
or year preparation—the ant mt. L< 1110 Net re;
stet t.etl. to their astonshment mud joy. he lie-
t, pot I otter and better, and now,
Au.•. lA 1858,1 y
I knini, be is n hall« unit ;out tr.nn.
Thin i> n,,t tl c "nll% CMne where the tiAtxiNie
surna,ml human exnertittion+. In
Drury ease wi, I hurt reenniireinled the Ott.,
it has done wino it itrumisis to do. Sent] us
niunher S2o'et worth.
I i , u
Yours truly, 11. LEII1:11,
Aug. le, '5B-Iy.
D. 111% CLUMPS
(E.ntmERLY L :ANS L CLARK)
GREAT GIFT BOOK STORE,
44 North Queen Street,
More Liberal Inducements than at any
other similar Establishment in the
linviutt locnted myseli nt Lancaster, Po.,
where my expenses are ma shore one-fifth As
eat 144 those of similar establishments, in
Now York or Philsticlphin; and having laud
extensive experience in the business--being
nearly time years a partner of G. G. Evans,
Esq., the nrieitatntor of the Gill Enterprise, I
flatter myself that I out offer greater induce.
moos flans any other concern in the United
A gilt worth from 25 emits to 5.4100 will ac
company each Book at the time offered.
Ile...Agent , ' wanted in every town in the
Unitt , tl &idea to whom most liberal iminem
locos ore olfeuell. _
I have lately issued /I new Catalogne, corer•
bIV. 32 paves. endulteitn! an infinite variety of
itrstks of every description, n copy which
um he mailed. posts, paid, upon application,
to any address in the United States. Let no
toe fall to send fora rep, Address
D. W. CI.,'.iIC. Lancaster, Pa.
We the uudist,t2nril ',liens of Lareaster,
so fire us we tor are attlunittted with
Cho. proprietor of the Gift Book St we of
this vin, Le het,. that 111, aureemeut he makes
will be ,trietly fulfilled. We have
never ;icht. save that the utmost Po.
ti~lhoiin: by his method of doing bus.
C. 11. Ilm:s..mAN, Agent Conestoza Cotton
J. It SKII.VS, Wholesale nod Retail Grocer,
W. (I. Ectno. NllttlrY
I I 1: , !, C. W 1,17. Trenstnor !monster City,
t•; r)tnS. losoronee Agent.
M. NI. rffil , tElt, Job Printer.
An, Is. ',NB.-Ln.
Erhoe of E,me.4 Chilcole dead.)
Pti..rs tti A•boi.ti.ration oil the estata of Es.
tab Chileme, late id Todd township deed.,
baying hero netted to the undersigned. he
hereby u,aHies all fir,otis indebted tat said es•
tote to make immediate payment, sad all
,tan' having claims will pres,,it the same duly
DA VII) CLARKSON,
(Emit,le of John Illorningslar, dec'd.)
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. -
TTTJ•dRS of Administration nn the estate of '
JJ John Morningstar, late of Tod township,
deed., haring been gra-tted to the undersign
cd, lie hereby notifies all persona indebted to
said estate to make immediate payment, and;
those haring chants will present the same duly ;
autbentiented for settletnent.
PHILIPS GARNER' Admin
August. 18. 58. 6t.
Toww vs CouNntv.—Ws notice as the
warm weather grows apace, the denizens
of pent up cities seek the unbrugeous
&aides and sylvan scenes of the rural por
tions of the country; per contra the its
habitants of the country and dwellers among
tho enchanting bcenery of nature, having
a little leisure time, alter gathering in the
fruits of the earth, turn their attention ci
ty ward, fur recreation or business purpo-
SVA. To all such, perhaps no city in the
union possesses so many charms no the
City of t'enn, with its many objects of beau
ty aid art, Its magnificent water-works, its
Academy of Music, Academy of Natural
Science, Art * Unions, Picture Galleries.
Parks, Cemeteries, etc.; and lust, though
not least, that link between the present
end glorious past, that revered relic of th
"times that tried tnen't souis,"—Old lode
pendence Hall. All are objects of unu
seal interest to the intelligent visitor, afte'
eiewin, which, a tee minutes might be
profit:o,ly qierit in the I/air Dressing Si.
)tittris of George Thurgalund, No. 20
South Sixth St , between CheAnut and
Market, in admiring the light and beauti•
ful "Gos,nmer Wig" and Toupee" of
his make. George has also a .Ltquid
Heir Dye" which is rapidly s iperseding
all other in the market.
a - 6aia D
DR. JAMES 111. JARRET,
NEW YORK LUNG INFIRMARY
My connection fur the past eight years with
the above Institution, as Cheif Physician, and
te else years' course of steady devotion to the
Cure el Pulmonary Consumption and its kin
deed diseases, together with my unrivalled op
-portuttities and advatirnee of pathological re-
H. arch—nit - led not a little by a perfect system
of ireflieul Inhalation-1w enabled one to ar
rive at a derisive, direct, tool successful course
of treatment fur the positive awl radical cure
of till disease of the Throat, Longs, and "lie
n...wilts. By Inhilation, the vapor and cura
tive properties of medicines are directly arldes
sed to the diseased org.s and the integument.
1 do nut advise the use of Medical tribulation
of any kind, to the exclusion of geio,ral treat.
meat ; and although I consider it a useful ad
juvant in the proper management of those fear.
till mid often laitul diseases, yet I deem it very
necessary that rock patient should have the
benefit of both yeneral tied local treatment.
'rite suecess cf lily treetment in the above di-
tease, anti the high character at' the nlstitution
over which I hove so lung hod the honor to
preside, are too well known to need any eulogy
or continent from toe, At the solicitation of
teeny private and
. professional friends, through
whose philanthrop ic aid the above charity has
been lung and liberally supported, and after
duo consideration, 1 have concluded to make
such arrangements as will bring the benefits of
my experience arid treatment within the reach
of all, arid not confine myself, as heretofore. to '
those only who entered the Infirmary, or who
were able, to visit me nt. my naive. Hoping ,
therefore that the arrangement will give etc i
tire satisfaction, both to my prefesinal brethern
and the public, I would respectfully tom..ce
in conclusion, that I eau now he conetilted per.
usually 0,1.i/idler, 011 till discuses no above,
nt d them the medicines, the sat. us used in
the litstitution, prepared to snit each ittdividic
ail cm, lahicling Vapors. Medical Inhaling,
&e., will be f. irwarded by express to any
part et the Cubed States or the Calladll.4.
TNlt3lB.—My terms of treatment by letter tire
us followings, viol $l2 per 111011111 fur e:o,li
patient. which will include medicine sti:licient
fur tOOO month*s use; also, Inhaling Vapor, and
nn Inhaling A pram.. l'a)mens ss i(1110.1
$ll to he paid to Express Agent on receipt of
the Lox of Medicine, and the haltineese it the
espitution of the month, if the patient the cured
or is satisfied with the treatment. Patients, by
giving a toll history of their case, and their sy
mptoms in lull, can lei treated as well by letter
as by personal examination. Patients mail
thencelves of De Jarrett's treatment may
rely apes immediate and permaneet releif, us
he seldom has to treat a ease over thirty days.
Letters of tel vice promptly answered. her fur.
titer paticulars address
.lA/iIES M. JARRETT, M.D.,
No : 820 Breadway, ear. Twelfth St., N. Y.
P.3.—Physieisnit . and others visiting th
y are respeefully invited to cull at the Ii
inanity. where many interesting mtses en
witnessed, and where our improued upper,
s for the inhidation of medicated vapor en
seen and inspected.
Du VALI 'S
Prrparedorigimilly by Pro. H. D U I "•.1/.1.
formerly ut thu College of Surgeons,
IS NOW OFFERED 7'o TIIE PCB
ICI" For the Cure !
11111 sore and 'Pain
ful Diseases.. 4
instance—Pain or soreness in any
pert of the system, Rheumatism, pain
n the buck, breast or sides, boated breasts
Is feuralgia, Burns, Sprains, dead-aelia
(Cramp in the Stomach or any lulu, dis
ease that is SORE or PAINYIIL, and
it is only over this class of diseases we
Oahu a VICTORY. We say positively
to our Pollone'we can relieve the sufferer
99 time. , out of 100. We would just say
to the public, Prof. Da Vall was 26 years,
in bringing to this medicine superiority,
over all others.
I'ri,•o 50 ets. per bottle—i per rentl
cut oft the trade. All orders event he ad
dressed to J. D. STONE
Sole Age. lor U. S . ,
,SEPH DOPG LAS, Gunsmith ,"
A uttplillogistic Salt.
This celebrated medicine is for sale at the
Journal Office. For all iiillauttuatory di.eues
it is a certain cure. (Jul abe c and try it, ye
who are afflicted.
IWV 1 OCvh,T KNIVh.S, some of the
'UV best in the world. for sale by
J.ka.t.ts 4 . t•ww.
k - National
SOUTIT-IVEAT CORNER OP THIRD,
111C(11 poi al 1.(1 by the ante of Pennsylvanitt.
FIVE PER CENT INTEREST
18 lIECEIVF.I) IN ANY SUM,
Large or small, and interest paid from rbe
day ilersit to the day of withdrawal; .
The othee is open every day from 9 o'clodk
in the morning till 5 o'clock in the afternoon,
and on Monday and Thursday evenings 011.8
I [ION. HENRY L. BENNF.E, President,
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice ,
WM. J. REED, Secrtherg.
. OfRECTURS .
F. Carroll Brewster.
Joseph B. B4rry;
Joseph Yerles '
oh payments made daily
lion. Henry L. Brinier,
Edward L. Carter,
ltol,ert L. Selfridge,
saml. K. Ashton,
C. Landreth :11ting,
Money ie received ani
in gold without in rice.
made in Real 'Estate
meg, and such class Hi
The investments are
Hortcng.s, Ground Rei
;;UritleTas the Charter ri
Premiums n•.vnrded the "JOERSTAt" Of
fice at the late County FAIR, for the best
CARD, OrIAISUIC AND
ihiyin g recently received from the Eastern
PASS' rolAtta PRESS,
a large variety of the must filxhional#
Material, which makes it one of the
most comtlem Printing Establishments in this
section. Pees O. in want of any kind of
work, cannot du better than favor us with
their patronage. We have facilities for °leen•
tin, inn Ten nner
PRINTING IN COLORS
ttn the most reasonable terms. Those who
may wish to latish, any style of
can he accommodated at this establishmeat at
SHOW BILLS, •
will be rittrikhed promptly', exec..ted in he
best style and tit reasonable rates.
ei2l•.: Orders by express, mail or otherwise,
will receive immediate attention.
CONSUMPTIO N UNCAS BRANT,
while A Missionary among the
D 6r ,AN OLD INDTAt
Indians of the Rocky Mount.
discovered a RARE
CONSUMPTION ANT, that proves to ho a
certain cure for Consumption,
Brune:this, Asthma, 'Aver
CURED. Complaint, Nervous Affec
tions, Coughs, Colds, ikc i —
CONSUMPTIONIiaving now mode his fortune
and retired from business, he
will imuil the prescriptions and
CURED. directions for preparing the
ineditiues five of Charge - to all
CONSUMPAIONwho may desire it, and will
tend to. his agent, enclosing
rription of their gypi
COASCUPTIONThe Ohl Do-tor la jl—
s cure d s
more then 3000 cures rf co -
CURE,. sumrtiou alone . ilopoB all
" utlbete , ! petl . pl . o kill nvnil
themselves of .
CONSUMPTIONIy , us the Doctor wishes to do
all the go.KI he can before he
dies. Address all letters to
DANIEL A DEE,
Ilax 3531 I'. 0., New York,
Who is his sole ugent.•
June 00th, 1858..1y.
TtlE undersiLined will offer at public sale
on Friday ilia thtli, day of October A. D. 18-
58, a valuable Farm of Limestone land, con
tainiog about tine hundred and tifty-three
situate in Tyrone township, In the
county of Blair, and elate of Pennsylvania.
Tde estate of Samuel Dickson late deed, About
ninety acres thereofeleared fir cultivation, with
a story and u half log dwell ng house, a lug
are, with u never-failing spring of limestono
water convenient. an apple orchard with other
improvements, with a splendid appearance of
rich lead are on the same. Situate about ono
half mile from the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Persons wishing to view said premises will
call on either the uftlarsigned, or Thomas
• McMillan. who resides on said farm.
JOHN 51. DICKSON. Ereenfor.
MARGARET DICKSON, Essentri.v.
Aug. 55. I 858.-ts.
S.—llullidayshurg Register, cr py till solo
and forward bill to this attire.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rrliE Plottlership of 51c5lanMill & Stuith,in
the Drag and Grocery business, was dis
solved on the 19th day of August 1859 by mu
tual consent, The business will still be carried
on by 8 S. Smith, in whose hands the Books
and Accounts will remain for settlement mid
lection. IiENRY MeNIANIGILL,
Iluutmgdon, P. SAMUEL S. ssavrii
fo all wanting Forme, m°"'
ILK BONNETS of every variety and price
ItP y auts & MAX
TO:the' Vs l ; . l;: a S wu a i V iitc vA i T itorEs,. bale
JA:\I ' ES A. BROWN.
STONE COCKS, JARS, faur stock
fur sale at cusoutucfurers' prives by
JAMES A. BROWN.
T 11138' DRESS GOODS,of rich sql.
U , f icepw e D. Y. GWlrs,