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Forever float that standard sheet 1
Where breathes the foe but falls before us
With Freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us.
THE UNION-THE CONS TITUTION-AND
THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW.
HA.1 . 11(1!31;41711G, PA.
Friday Morning, May 9, 1862.
As ova Amos advance, reconquering and
taking possession of the territory and fortifkat
tiens which the rebels stole from the federal
government, it becomes necessary that each
point should be garrisoned by soldiers who , are
faithful, loyal and competent for such service.
The policy which governs the commanders of
Our armies, is the same as that which now
animates the leaders of the People's Party. As
it becomes necessary, for the safety of our
armies, to hold what they have conquered, so
16 it essential to the success of the government,
that the administration which now wields Its
power should also be sustained. If we do not
sustain President Lincoln, and support the war
policy of his administration, we have no right
to hope for the crushing out of rebellion,
Those who sympathize with the rebels under
stood this fact, and are therefore engaged . in
embarrassing the administration, not by a direct
opposition to the war, as much as by an under
stood assault on the past and present promi
nent men who were and atilt are identified with
that administration. The leaders of the fac
tious in the Democratic party, are too cowardly
to make a direct issue on the war, aoterithstand
iegs they are all iaborivg to make the results of this
war accrue to the benefit of the south. This benefit
is to be derived the moment the Democratic
party achieves power, in such shapes as made
the fugitive slave law constitutional, and set
up the rovereignty of states as imminent above
that of the Constitution as the supreme law of
the land. Against such objects, then, we must
garrison every political post, and by all honora
ble means, prevent the leaders of the so-called
Democratic party from ever again becoming
poseessed of the powers of governinent. - Any
compromise must be effeeted, but that which
would enable the Democracy to make an
alliance with the slave oligarchy to leave
slavery in seater quo, and make the minions
of that principle the myrmidons ready at
any period again to distract the nation with
rebellion. If there are any compromises to
be made hereafter, let them be so effected as to
conciliate the people of the loyal states, and
let the loyal men of the rebel states acquiesce.
Let the loyal men of the rebel states beware of
the northern dough-facw, as far more dangerous
to his interests than the most fanatical aboli
tionist in the north, because the compromise
which the dough-tace seeks to make with the
leaders In this, rebellion, is such as must neces
sarily force the disgrace of the straggle on the
loyal, while the rebel aristocracy Would,,Ao
permitted to escape not only with the exculpa
tion* of the law, but with also the applause and
the confidence of the world.,
What we want in ads juncture of the politica
of Pennsylvania, is a union of all the trued
—a, union of all brave and loyal men, such as
Will notanly'defeat the anti-war pariy, ha as
will prtt to shame and disgrace those who have
defended that same principle of human slavery
which, in this rebellion, seeks to put an end to
free government. We want a union against
such plotters as the cliqUes who rally around
the ,Pittsburg Post, Valley Spirit, Lancastst.bitaili,
tenets, • and other kindred sheets. We want Ai
Union to counteract the efforts of such men as
William H. Hopkins, Pierce Butler, _James
Buchanan and Deacon J3arrea. We want:*
anion ef the people that the National 'Union
may be preserved from the conspiracies o t 'the
skive-holding Democracy. We want a Unlni
of the masses, that the dough-face Democrats
may be frustrated in their conspiracy to ocuni•
promise with rebellion. In such a union,.o in
the garrisoning of all the conquered posts along
the line of our invading armies, it becomes all
true men to participate
. • .
IT re •Tne tampon of those presses like the
..fafrief, which. dare • not openly assail the .gov
ernment, to charge great corruption; on the
adoiinistratinn, and to assert; for inshince;that
'tome 'one of:the Republican repreeentatiVeiS in
;:Congrees, made an open obarge that:slaty-one
million, of dollars had been filched from the
treasury by Corrupt speculations. !Idle, such
itoilealre not worthy of notlce,, they„rnaturOly
.attract-attention from: theAntagnitu.de-of the
ehargispreferred in their recital; and'while these
wretches are thin! ladbiging initiase sweeping
thergia, they forget, !that they are making
IthOlesale aqousation, and that instead of only'
servieg their present. .purpose of. bridging
• 'particular. party • into' disgrace, theY, are
- 1111140 wily damaging the 'public ;credit, :. When
~.they are certain that -they, Wm.', accanPlb 3 heil I
,the demoralization of Itepublibanism,.oet*lit
atib become satisfied that they hay.. Served
the rebellion to their fullest . And yeS, 1
it Woad be as frank for those who thus indulge 1 ,
in anoiststuff,ticiassert that Sim hundred, itUtOcoi of
.sisily *allies, of ifeffers,•htuf been 'stolen .• It Would
tot make thalecotOco game of disgracing the
goiernment any . more despicable, and would
'gladly as soon find , creilencsywith the masses
Hit the - people. Let the dongh-faces tell huge
lie w 41141 they are about 14 ; i:wearies their days
fei,taleelt,oeti will soon. terminate..; • •
Ts. taz of 20 cents per gallon on whisky
and 20 oente per pound on tobacco, it is esti
mated, will yield 640,000,000.
How FAR A MAGNANIMOUS FIONA may from
self-respect clioose to carry their forbearance
towards demoniac rebels, is a question for
themselves to determine. There is no wrong to
the rebels in employing and arming slaves for
suppression of this "slaveholders' insurrection,"
after what they have done in the very spirit of
the bottomless pit for the overthrow of the
government. The howls of their sympathizers
will fall upon ears deaf to mach outcry from
them. The policy which General Hunter is re
ported to have adopted is, we presume, limited,
and for a specific purpose. The posts of the
south cannot be abandoned again to the hands
of the rebels, but nivat be retained through
the approaching eichly i ssaann. The troops of
the north ere•unaailimattid.,:and therefore hu
manity would dictate that they should, as far
as gigabit), pe replaced : by r men Who canmudtire
'the trialeof that climate: Those who hihiglite
the negro slaves, even the most stolid, cannot
be drilled into' soldiers capable of reasiting
effectively their chivalric masters, mistake their
characiter. -Under the control of- corripetent
officers, with the hope of freedom and the fear
of rek - mslaveinent, negroes will fighG:::-From
outrages they will of bourse be restrained.
For the purpose of garrisoning the re-captared
fortain par4:ancleitChitheit tanner*. .......
they are capable of under the discipline, and
restraint of white-Officers,. we see !nothing to
disapprove of in' Gerieral Hunter's policy. Upen
other ground, than a consideration of what is
due to the rebels,, we. have oppoied, and - do still
oppose, any general arming of the free blacks
of the north, or the slaves of the south, as
soldiers in this war. We have white men
enough; willing and ready to pet down
the whale, with all. their slave auxiliaries
anci•all their Indian allies. Bat some con
sideration is dui to die' brave patriot soldiers
of these loyal states. Their lives are . too pre
olous to be throw , away upon _ a . chivalrous scru
ple. We acquiesee, therefore, in the , expedi
ency of fighting the devil with a little of his own
infemal fire. They who scruple not to arm
their own .blacks,adid to employ the savage
Indians of the frontier to ."protract the war
until the sickly season," relying upon a contin
uance of sorupulous advantage, will find them
selves for onoe, 1111,0 fatal error. The idea of
arming slaves and ladians against us was not at
all revolting: - The-tables are turned to a lim
ited extent, in consectuence of their prolonged
resistance, and,they , may comfort themselves,
either with reflecting upon their own atrocities
or the equally comforting thought that this
which they dread is the. work of their own
hands. Not even upon the principle of retali
ation would we sanction the general arming cif
slaves at the south for servile- war upon their
masters. A ioliby as just and more moderate
would be;equally effective for the suppression
of the rebellion.
WIDX MODERN -Dirsoceara are tested by the
facts of the Record, and when a fair cxunparisop .
of their aotsmith their profession is made. We
disoover at once the real authors of our Oboe*
national embarrassnient. A western ootempo
rary has enumerated` these facts, which we OOm
mend to tie 'partial and remembrance of every
loyal man in the land: .
It Is a fact that the-only persowt from the
North, who•have: been found by us in the rebOl
army, and taken prisoners, are Democrats.
It is a fact that the only parties at-the North
who justify or apologise for the rebels are DenA
It is a fact that the only party in the Nortn
supported by the disloyal is the Democratic.
It is a fact that the only man elected WET
at the North about Whose loyalty there is e'ni
question are elected by Democrats.
- It is a fact-that-the only disloyal newspaper:a
at the North are Numinritle.
It is a fiat that Abe °only-papers Which ihava
been suppreseari for theirtreaionable utteratile
It is a fact that the only Northern apologists
and defenders of the ry r
institution of slav are
It is a fact that the only partlea who lame t
over the abolition of slavery in.tite District df
Columbia are Democrats. ;
Itis a feet that tfis only; party which opposes
the.complete prostorattop, of the , rebellion b:y
the force °farms is the btiaocratio. , ,
It is a fact that all the :opposition ton full
toad oomplete,trindication'Uf:fhe majesty of the
,floyernment, in this nphoiy war upon it, comes
from the Democrats, F '" • -
Ldt our litepoblicen: readers. Make a note of
facte,'and when amallecl‘by "a Democrat,
quietly salt for a comparison of,reocrds.
" Tin Drioditaratf pit* sefil seek to redcy ,ga
iirnOtt,lol Oise* batifs,-3inclkeniiiige organ.
By this ancient basis;we are. to infer that.,att
the southern .rebebt will -immediately be
franchised—that the influence of elavtityWili
prevent a Senator Or ilepregenthav,e Su Congt!eis
from opposing the evils of
.that instal . ; Lion.-anii
that. southern. statesmen will once more be ill
vested with authority triwield the power of this
government for the . excfu e ive lbenefit the
slave interest. It can mean nothing elite, 'coin-
Inglfrom the source it .does, because the leadeie
who supported Brealtenridge, hoped for nothing
More. It can mean only " this, because - the
Democratic ,party, under Jo southein.)eaderi,
affected to• dosplse.every.polloy which did.not
offer to sacrifice-the rightepf free to the &stale
of slevclab,or• Will the people of this' state
lend themselves - to such a ?sanitation. Will
they not rather restore the VniOn, with itsiavis
and authority• vinclicaterl-iivith its= infinerMe
and power once More ncli4nYtl i geet, not. on,liy.
by thanigger driving imiter: trod the locofoco,
dough-face; but by the people of . the world. L,
This is the restoration We'seor:. This is tire
settlement we contend for. ,iiiiy_,Other would
,pisoinuthooorroptmen of the
l ooo ftei.party in piliwer, While-the reandt would ,
bait, invest thatrolon with additional.danger,
iy , t4aCing•the 4110" authority 114.1,400041"
Mont in the-bands of its meanest foes.
Rmaxoszt papert.deciare that the rebels will
stand aid • Wit the fedsralisteight; two Wks
from that City. The puree. joirnals ilso state
ti ‘fthe,l'ankens are, to.bu,,drifen frorn
If we can judgpr,: we have noinetir i on
that our armies are to be "driven" from that
state, as they pass through in pursult of the
A t •
Pamegluania t digraph, Jirtorq2 .orntng, Map 9, 1862
ye. t triE
From our &ening Edition of Yesterday.
Later From Yorktown.
THE REBELS STILL FLYING.
Gen. linlellan Catches up to them Eight
Miles beyond Williamsburg.
A SEVERE SKIRMISH
The Rebels get Whipped and Retreat
Across the Chickahominy.
A Large Number of Rebels Captured.
HEAVY CANNONADING HEARD ON THE RIVER.
The Bridges Across the Chicka-
The. Enemy just where X'Clellan
Probable Capture of the Entire Rebel Army.
: . • .B.I.ITOLOILS, May 8 4 .
The following was received Irom Yorktown,
dated yesterday at 12 o'clock : To-day, as I
close my letter, the latest intelligence received
from the field of battle is that Gen. Id'Clellan
has come up with the enemy, about eight milts
beyond Williamsburg, and after a pretty severe
skirmish With his rear,*_ he again put him to
flight across the Ghickahominy creek.
A large additional number of prisoneis have
been taken, including many deserters who te
port that they have had nothing to eat bat a
few hard biscuits for forty-eight hours' and when
brought In fell down In a state of exhaustion.
Heavy cannonading could be heard by the
boats coming down the river at an early hour
this morning. Nothing as to the results .is
,scertained: • '
There is no doubt but that the whole army
of Lee, Johnson and Magruder are in a state of
disorganization, and under the rapid pursuit of
Gen. McClellan" are fleeing with great precipi
t-ition; and without the intention of making a
stand anywhere, and unless they reach Rich
mond iMbolits by way of the James river will
certainly be intercepted , and 'captured* the
forces landed add lauding at West Point.
largeinumber of .prisoners are arriving at
West Point, and others are being constantly
brnught in: " - • ' -
• On fifohday the enemy 'took about eighty of
our men prisoners and captured . one of the
PenneYlvania batteries, having Bret killed ell
the horses and they having bat, a small support
of 'infantry were overpowered 'by a superior
force, and, were, compelled ;to:abandiin their
guns, -but before the close of the • day this bat
tery with one of the enemies was recaptured by .
I:MUM:4! nail the prisoners they had
taken were found - >Wlfltamiburi„next day
attending. on the wounded of the enemy lent
behind, tiTheir retreat was accompanied by too
Much gibigriston to lie.-tfOubled
just learn that the enemy has destroyed all
the tridgeeracroes the Obickabominy, and that
Gen, M'Olelbm is resting his army on this side.
It will be remembined that the Chickahominy
iverr runs parallel with the James river, into
which it empties.
Itls the general Impression that Gen.M'Olel
lan has now got the enemy just where hawante
The Batt before Williams-
burgY on Monday.
The battle before Williamsburg on Monday
was a most warmly contested__ engagement.
Offing to the roughness of-the countrrlind bad
.7ti small petition of
ocrtrixitsi'do be bfeughtintoitetion.
, Ghia': Meld ;Excehtior Brigade, of Gen.
Hooker's divi49ii, litre the great brunt of the
battle and — forilit moil, vaitirou _ though
greatly Overpowered by numbers an e !lupe
clot Potationarid earthworks -of enemy.
1 The appiUaChas' to their'werkit were &lollies of
ravines and swamps ; while the rainkill in tor
rents thrill:4o'l# the day... , Mut men bad also
been lying on,tbeir arms all the previous night
in the woods, soaked with rain andcbilled with
cold. . . ...
• ' 'The battle ;aged iron] early in the morning
until 8 o'clock in the afternoctn, *inn General
t t ll'Olellan arrived with fresh troops and re
lieved the division of Gen. Hooker, who were
nearly prostrate with faligUe '. and exposure,
whilst the 8d Escalator regiment of the brigade
bad its ranks' terribly thinnid-W•the balls of
the "enemy.. They are represented, as having
fought with such impudent bravery that not
less than two hundred of them were killed and
wounded. - ~ , ~,,. -%. ...
After the arrival of Gen. M'Oleiltal the
enemy weretercely charged upon byttiancooks
heigade,'and were driven within their works,
before nightfall, wish heavy lam / Nearly 200
of their dead were lift on the-fleld, with many
wounded, though most of the latter were car
ried into Williamsburg. Our loei was less than
800 killed and about 700 wounded. Night
having come on we occupied the battle field,
the enemy having been driven within his
A large number of wagons and munitions of
war and a considerable store of provisitms were
found in town whilst the road was strewn for
many miles with arms and accoutrements. A
number of deserters also made their escape arid
came within our lines. They stated that the
rebels bad received intelligence that large
numbers of the United States troops were land
ing on York river above Williamsburg to Bank
FROM TIE MISSISSIPPI.
CONFIRMATION OF TH4 . -Jilfw
UATION OF CORIN
Beturegard's Read Quarters at Poeu!total.
Gen Lovell'e Army' • •"
4%; , , , 4
CatoAkio ' y " 7 .
A special dispatch from Citirci to , tia Thjat
ears a refugee from JeOkoon, repkieltmt
the , headquarters , of Beauregard: ere atrl'oeerr
an 4 Vo,ooo troops are conceotMthd
Gen. Lovell's army at the latest advices was
at Pachapohoe on the New Grim* and Jackson
railroad, fifty miles north of NeilOrleems.
leastuoaa, May 8.
Address to the Democracy.
Despatches from Commodore Dupont.
Expedition to Capture. a Rebel Battery.
TICE REBELS LEAVE IN HASTE.
The Battery )estroved.
Capture of a Rebel Sohooner
. -Atr iantmar(9 l ,..Lual.w
~ J 7.
Messrs. Richardim, Knapp and Kobinson, of
lillOole,-Law and lirborhies,!ofindiani, Allen,
White, Noble, • knacileton, Morris and 'fallen
digbtatO, of cthio,t' &Omani .a o tid 414r.th014 of
Petinityllard4 Hiatt I Shlel;, of f t 4giccbay.
sued an address to the Democracy of the
Uldtert States, setting forth party organisation
as a positive good and bisection to the, preser
vation of publitt liberty. This • they say
is now a vital necessity and invite
ell men- 'without, distinction- of State
section Orpartywho'artifcrthe Constitution as
it IS, and thOqfniou as' its was;-tri- *nits With
them in their great work , upon terms of perfect
equality. This they argue is the great issue.
The Navy Department has read vbf dispatches
from - Commodore Dupont to day, dated Port
Royal, May 2d, giving interesting particulars
of an exhibition on the 29th tut , with the
Rale, to thipture a battery on Grtituball's plan
tation, near the Junction of the. Dawho, Pow-
Pow and South Rdisto'rivers.
It appears that the enemy opined on Abe
Hale when within eighteen hundred yards and
continued their fire writhe wound her way to
engage theta at close quarters, but when the
Hale.reached the lea, bend and was making a
straight course for the battery the rebels fled
Lieateneet Gillis landed with a party of men
to dtstror it. The work was about three bun-
Fred and fifty yards Itoin'the river bank and
mounted two fine 'long twenty-four pounders
ou excellent field carriages., One of the guos,
so rapid was the flight. of the rebels, was lett
loaded and primed.
The Hale returned to her anchorage withont
having a man injured. -
Another report details the proceedings at
Bull's bay. , • • •
Lieut. Nickels crossed the bar with the
Onward on the 7th ult., and anchored within
800 yards - of a light house on Ball's Leland,
and opened fire on a small work situated about
fifty yards to the southward of the light house.
Shortly after he landett in his boats, covered by
the guns of the Onward. The rebels fired
upon the party, but not 'awaiting an attack,
escaped from the Wand to the mainland.
The Onward has'now complete 'command of
the channel, so that no vessel can either enter
or go out - • •
On the 8d nit. Lieutenant Commgang Nich
olson, of the Isaao Smith, then stationed at
St. Augustine, having heard that a -schooner
haticomein. over Rehm:wets for wine thirteen
miles to the southward, dispatched-three armed
boats, together with a detachment of twenty
live men from Colonel Bell's' command to cap
ture her, which - was done , and the schooner
brought to , St. Augustine.
Theixthooner was called the Empire city. She
hatiskEnglish register and cleared from Nits
tan for St; Johns; Her cargo consisted
of proviationta-depanotis, medicines, etc.
In consideration ofthet•tees-taid
of St. Augustine was witho ut
in the nentitariat'iif
ctf life and with no-etsns of -gettbni. them,
Lieut. Nicholson sold the cargo, or a portion of
it, at auction, considering the overruling ne
The gents:et Herhaws on the 21st ult., off
Mobile, captured the B. O. 'Files, which was
attempting to run. the blockade. She was
lorded with cotton andthas been sent to Key
West. . . .
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
ARRIVAL OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN
HE VISITS ITENVPORT NEWS
THE MBSBIMSO STILL VISIBLE.
FORTRESS MONROE, May 7.
Prsident Lincoln arrived herc; this morning
and spent the day with Gen. Wool..
This afternoon he visited Newport Netts 'to
see Gen. Mansfield and to have a chiser view
of the Merrimac, which-Loa been lying off
Craney Island all the afternoon, for the pur
pose, no donbt,..of preventir.g our g,tualiotits
from running up the James river. She made
no attempt to come out. • . ;
The Geo. Peabodfairived here Ironi Hatteras
to-day, and started imniedic.ttey for New:York.
No news has transpired here. •
NWIKETEI BY TELEGRAPH.
Palwaralua, May 6.
Flour is very quiet, and sides only in small
way at $5 25 for superfine, and $5 60 for extra,
receipts and stock light. Small isles rye flour
at $8 87,1@i8 60, and corn .Meal at $3,604
8 66. Tne demand for wheat is lindted--emali
sales of red at $1.83, and white at .$1 40@
1.45, Eyelll4'oo4o oto 73c: ..Corn lays do
cined 10-6,000 bus: yellow sold it66c., afloat.
Oats seliing treaty it 89®40c for 'Pennsylvania
and 87@880. for Delaware. Coffee le firm; 600
base Rio sold at 3.4®21c,, and some I.4autra
at 21c. Sugar and molasses are steady. Pro
visions are held efitmtyPAiales of mess pork,
1,250. at $lB, and 660. See. pickled hams at
tam loud is held at 840. Whisky has advan-
Molar bealry; an bales of. 8,600 bbl . at
$4 80444 96 for. State--a-xlealine4 of 613.10 d ;
$6 20(916 80 lot Ohio`, and $6..25(@6 aro fOr
,Whent declined; 102 c,; odes un
important.. °urn decline& 142,8.; macs of
20,000 bushelamt6B46l3o. • 'Beer ateadi. - Pork
quiet - at 13c.1 lard quiet at 7norip.. Whisky ,
dull at 280,26,i0 • • • .
XITAINTIED.—A girt to do poieridllottee
vi , w. Vt. -Sequin at NO. it filOofCat.reeh.: l 3(tvrjn
Walnut and Sia , e Krett.
fora small family. Debtor security givezi.
quire at laid ORRICB or addEcuss.. &alb, Ex
risburg, Pa. • - -•- •l my 7
R ii iWg==_, rZfravro_ _or_ four _ gentlemen,
- 4 ' 'Ong Velleq $ room togebee,) can be ea.
to eledderithltige roolneeld good boiVcdag In a
gee tilet Wilde &liar 'there there are nu OW booed,
era. ' Tba foe itinalkene of tea thOttit , Isei“ant ill tbi cbl•
jugs In* at THIS tlegib,„ ,
W. 24 .A .00mpotent Kiri irom 18
to 2 5 Yoroor met, to r ture. earl ig the coming
12146tta thb care etAndr •n. Ma come
wedpoutninkndtni.. Celt $04,0441 - 11
myr , , at.,, fret bfw :111,1
breast, strayed swiy y.etorday from hei pasture.
A MIMI reward will be paid for her return to
GROVER & BAK. Mai
- 1010A.RTICULAIL attention is called to the
tact Ihtt, 'besides the machines mattes our cele
brated stitch,no numullutturo, In great variety of atyl , s,
FAMILY LOCK-STITCH MACHINES•
The peculiarities of aseh stitch will be oheerfni'y
Ehown and explained to purchasers, and they have the
Brat advantage of bring able to select from our stock
ether a machine making the
GROVER. AND BAKER STITCH
or on* making tho
th• only valuable Sewing Medlin* stitches to practical
PRICES FROM $4O UPWARDS.
OtSee 780 Chestnut, Street, Philadelphia.
For sale by
MRS. E. BRENIZER,
78 Market Street, Hanisburg
TORABOE GUANO, imported direct into
Ob:market lion Pipe of Good Hope. it , ontekta
by analys's of Prciessor Morn : 8 p r cent. of Amato
nia.:l4,per cent. of Pberpliate of I Jere ; 1 per sent.
Jalltallue Salts. This Guano has ben used evtensive
for stony catsup= Corn Lands, and bee bee. found
In Its multi" fu ly s teal to Peruvian, and at one third
less met. For sale in boo and 'n qualities to ant, by
Giro. H OdlOundf, C - Jakageolni limb& 3, No. 4,
iirearivraY, least Aldo, Bowling New rent,
'rnaV 411. W. wit
WANTED.—A Cook and Nurse. Ap
PIY to UM T. J. JOitnANT,
my 7 ,2180 Walete Street.
MAT 6, 1862
Loans and Discounts $804.086
Stock of the Commonwealth 98.842 60
United States ,Loan 19,000
Specie 89,167 16
Due by other banks. $814,987 88
Notes of other banks.. 16,801
Stocks, (at present market value,) 27,000
Bonds, do. do. . 4,000
Real Estate 14,600
Deposits 860,046 21
Due to other 60,662 28
The above statement is correct, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
• J. W. WEIR, Cat Air.
Sworn and subscribed before me,
dit WlLmem Siam Alderman.
N ()TICE •OF ADMINISTRATION.
11k,TOTIDE is hereby given that letters of
adatinbitrition on the thiode of Henry atukle, late
of the city ex Harrisburg, Daupbin county deceased,
bare been granted to tb• undersigned by the Register or
vauphin county. All PerFOull tmtew .a.o as td aa.u,
prelleta them to the undersigned for settiement,
SUtU( H. CUNKLE,
The undersigned hereby empo rs Mes-re. TatentMe
Hummel, Jr. sad L. H. Kinnard, to adkutt any olaitat
tout may be presented to them duly authPnt aided on
the above estate StisAY M. OUNKLE,
apgi.dotwd _ ad min tstrau is.
ADM IN ISTRATOR'S. NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
admhtistration on ate mists of George R. Mowry
eeeased, formerly of Harrisburg, hay been granted to
the undersigael by the Register of Dauphin minty. AD
preemie Indebted to sall'estate are reeptealed to make
payment, and Mode having at me, to pre•ent them far
settlement. D. Jt MING,
A BOUT 800 acres, principally Chestnut
A sprout Luis, attastad l i Dsrr7 and_ Consuoit*
townships, Dauphin• county. Alio a Dumber of Sas
Chestnut Timber and Pasture lots in Londonderry end
Sonia Apatite tennuibtpit,.Labanon coanty...For,-fuettkr
partloeltrs apply to' Stmael Harr; Coi3ewago, or to
John Benson, CulobtOok furnace, reaps. Ivan(
r 7 &augers W.,43 PRBRY AND,
EVERGREENB of oiffcreat varieties at
very low rates. Now is the 8031180 f planting al ,
Stasis of 11,ergreens, and experence hsa.p•oten uut
the.month or low lithe most Mo vable lbripoprOof.
Also tome kinds o• khruobery, Shade and Pruierreek,
Bathes, Grape Vines, kc., he., can be piseted with
TI ELAWARE, Concord, Dianna, MXlBOft
olne, Bebeeis,Calends Isabella, INtiarbe, cite.
foe see Other varieties o BraPeii In toed order: They
can be planted with 'omega. nly7'
C AN be planted until June with safety
D HUBAitB and Asparagus roots are not,
±h too far advaace I yet tu, p ant my 7
TOMATOES, Cabbage and other plants
for sal. at the [mfl] 1111Y.1043 NUftb,lty.
INDUCEMENT TO PURCH&SERS,
A 'U'ICY heivy kook of arose Goods
of every droorip9oarlme:t a vzs t lo g y as prica..
myo Next do.? 10 the liarriSbUrg
OURNING GOOD.— Everyth.ng in
Ilex nee antiviral:tared for adieu' Buono le Wear.
cm an very „ltw. ♦greet i T r iar good
axTsg a f a nz n i t t. ater
=TO Next doer t • ate Harrlann g Bank.
SUN SHADEO, Bun Umorellaa and Para
sob. Prim ten per sent lower tbeo elsewhere.
10 CT' 0 RT & BROTH E 4,
myri. Neil door mile Hitrrls burg Bunt.
Raw Your; May . B.
THE Board of Directo.a declared to-day
A.. 1 1 dftWild Ott,. pa sent. for. %be last six months,
avabie ss demand J. W. Went,
at' 8t Gabler.
Volt SAL . ll.—Ti,e Novelty Iron Worka
I. set mummy. Terme favorable in meet the
pd.* a P. J.O. BUCH,n,
iuybd2W.;.• •- . Ban t-berg.
SOAP,arrison, Country and Fancy, for
saa by 41,mA- & Rllw Ma N.
tal-y] north-eat carnerofirout and Market. greets.
GU mßit JELLY.—A large supply just
Intt. DOCK.. Jo. 8 Co
CIOAL OlL—Nobody can undersell us'.
The beer di IA Harrisburg ; warranted nod-explo
tied, Arc sale by
NTOHOL9 k BOWMAN,
all owner Front and Market streets.
, - -
QPORTEMEN . ATTENTION. Fishing
Powde, man Fltot, for tale by
NICHOLS dr BOWMAN,
sPlek Canter Front. end Motet supers.
;):. BLACKING 1
100 Gems, „sorted guiee,jaia received, and for
/am at Miami* tirkes, •
the)i,;„ • wm. DOCK, 4r., a
CRA4.113 . , - Dried Fruits, Freih
Apple, lieuelity, at
fl 0017ker, rreilt and lim.rkei street.
LAND FOR OAL.R.
A. FEW MOUE,
H& BEST GOON FOR THE I AST U.
A. H 112 EL
BOOTS AND SRozs,
and at all
P RICES .
Neat door to the Court Ro use,
Also a gene CARPETBAGSm Tur Nzs v.
B y ORDER of the tepartment I Rill ae,l at
public auction to the higt,ett id- r at
Monday. the 12th day of MAT, 198 ,t
toe stables in Harrisburg, P 4., at erj
ma r ket
Lebanon stVallereet, y
railroad near the freight d. pot 4 t4
Among the lot are many extell,nt mire;
Jos!, and others that have fualeil 141,1 y it
the animals are not all sold on t at •its, t h,
until all e will be publicly adjourned frJui day to d al
Terms cash, to be paid in Tr aszy eater 4
gold and silver. ti de to Our at
o'clock A. M. of said day. 1;
mayl-td. Asst. Qr. M.
()RABIES A. BOAS,
HAS REllovan 1114
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
To No. 7, Market Square,
rwr: below tba Bdebar Bo i!
it:l . E has constantly on hand a laro 3:)cc
WATCHES, JEWELRY and PLATED T-E L
of all dosCriPtions• Watoce apd jewtay r: el
GEO. W. MoCALLA,'
WATCHMAKER & JEWEL
Market Street, Harrisburg,
HAS constantly on band a la:ze
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY APdi.
CLES, PLATED WARE,
Watches aad jewelry a. any rep,red
sir N B. Doe't forget ale phe,
B. J. HARRIS,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Mtlitfit.t , t
NO. 112 HARKEr Si At 3:
HAS always on hand a :td;
ot rin sad /Amin aTt'a C
Mires orate best tnauu alt
lug and Galvs 12.01 i n :
Opat r*td.n.bla raw.
W . g. Nei aka% p
FIFTH WARD HOUSE
R. J. PETERS, Proprietor.
Oorner of Forster and 1101 tvesub,
(Ia the Bear of the
Bolasting by ha woo • li, -
Me rains 001 .b"n: - e.'
IMPROVE)IE,Ni I.It.NI'I:: , 'IWY.
DN.. P. U. 61,
list, Moue di. ou, ¢z Lair
htetbad that obviated •• •" n "
Octal temp, isetiOrdelot di:ro.
Plano only, of pare 404 It • ql u.:rt tS
no oredione for the ukzomu t'•
theretbre, no eildoiti , " ,
tai_ aged in their 4.1511,.1.—:,10 Cr-.le .
+Mower Metalll4; Plitt! ti •L.
soled With more larolt
North aeoond street, Harrlib arz,
01912- el 1 v
AGENTS! M itCtiAN
E NEFtGETIO tneuauk , . :35 137
Baling our UNION r'BlZ,zlk:l
co Mi. log Superior Sc.itoner; I :
Ge:Ne_RAIS, and a ple.Nr L. 4• s.,
61 401.1011 q.&Lt/ of oir 1 01
afty valletles t -
able. C.rollan wub Lou pu uca i.
tiAltmd 3n B 4'• •' ‘, •
TO THE LADIES.
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS'
MR 8. E. B R h.' N 1: E
MARKE7 STREET, SEAR FllL
'AS S returned tramc
Itrgeand eplen id iL,L=cirta , t
couilitiog in out . I LiLdirs' Dresi 1:r12.1, •7 .
Swim Musiins, imbrod.ritis, F. I:. •. II
Ladii te and Goats' rants cii..-t, L °-
f rom BA/ cent+ to one d • and
Haying titan: the agency of the ••
Baker Noisleaa Sewn; ieum,, 1
the II bile Gill cud , 2iaiolue to-, La Len
ing'eleewtieri. I am a or ,
ad who W.. 12131 It. op-riiion. AU St,. •
le in attend .nco, who wi,l LLnpar isLy
aired. [9 -28-dim] m `.'
REDUCTION 40 PER CPI'
lam now supplied wit a ve.l
sortment (ov e r 180 OlLlereuL t.:
FLOWER SE ED' ' .
from IL A. Dreer, ealdeol.Lo. PhoAdd
kinds at are inctl of forty - p
Weed prices. Also J. We 'toy Jon ,'s ', ,
and avers, (the Tory tw,) AL thfro
Cad and examine thy At.ok. DAV U ,
,pr I :d`/
sir- 'Don't forget the plea
SCECLEFF.ELIN 13130THift 3
WHOLESALE D sTi•
AND DN;A.LERS in Fancy I;tod 3,
fumcry, Al* u agents for ale
Petroleum. Illumlnitmg m in Pt rllai
furnished many qu lemma at tha tox.tvi.
170 and 172 olfwm
LADIES CO a e T
ALL OF THE DIFFERENT sras.
WHITE AND COLOREO.
The3beskartiole mauufsetured, cln
Next door to tba IND
ANOTE hlt SUP 1)1,1" Of
111101111 CO NS S
r PENS in the world, for 75c, $1 ••
II SL SO, $2, $3, and SS, or aato at
aCtIACON, Lard, Raw, jtkt recy
far sale by b SP?
a pr 24 On-ner Front and llatiottsLo6-'
p BAORK. SNb IN/qu i ll-Ts csiz..4ii,
at si-J , ptio. is LOW (p.m
E S 12KGILAN'S BO '01616,
Sotvb Sqr cd
CHEAP SUGA-11:3, Choica SyruP,
&c. For ado rebnyobs voisi.o,
corner or Proot sad Market area/
NEATbir repaired and reseatedn ,ait;
orders elecutedpromp.ly by Ord .
3 re tee',
B------.IJI"IEtt", Water, codaandtiwootOrlt.
al, at JOHN Wl~ '8•
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