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PEOPLE'S UNION STATE TICKET.
THOMAS E. COOHRAS,
of York County.;
WILLIAM S. ROSS.
of Lumne County
Wednesday Morning, August 6,
A LIBEL SUIT.
In the midst of the indignation Which was
felt by all true loyal men, cn tbe announcement
of the fact that Capt. B. I. Dodge bad traced
the fabricator of the infamous handbills, which
have of late so seriously impeded enlistments in
this city, to the Patriot and 'Union office, we wet e
politely'sumoned before Alderrianltline, to
give bail on a charge of 'libel preferred by
Mertes. Barret and Mactelwel. The charge
conteins a variety of connts, running' oirbi` a
space embracing as far back as March 81st., and
coming down to June 17th. Of course those
who understand Mac Dowel and Barret, will be
able to appreciate the motives which prompted
them to this prosecution, but that the public
abroad may fully understand the object of their
movements, we essay a relation of the following
facts : When the war for the Union was in
augurated, the Patriot was identified with those
who stood at the headof the rebel mob. That
f act was not sufficient to condemn its editora,and
might have been passed over as an unfortunate
associationots much so on the part of the trai
tors as it was on that of their Sympathisers, had
the Patriot yielded to truth and honor, and es
poused the cause of the country, Instead of
doing this, and coming out boldly in defence
of the government, that sheet used falsehood
and slander to deter honest men from giving
their sepport to the country. 'lt was an open
question in this community, for months,.
wbettere•MacDowel and Barret were not actu
ally in the pay of the so-called confederate gov
ernment. Their acts were such as to excite
suspicion of this fact, while their printed and
written words were als&mien Bete more than
coroborate this aud point to clear
and damnable evidence at once conclusive
and overwhelming on th.s subject of their
tremontible propensities. We pointed to these
facts, and responded to public sentiment
when we denounced the parties involve°
as traitors to their country. For this, and
this alone, we have been protecuted for libel—
but tbe reader must remember that there is a
motive fur this action which descends lower
than any that has ever induced a man to a ma
licious prosecution. Benoit and MacDowell
were not satisfied with having tiaduced the
officers of the fedrral government,' from the
President to every member of his cabinet, but
they must a'ngle out lees completions and more
bumble officers of the government, and thus in
a moment of passionate rage and bitter re
sentment, whet their teeth on the character of
the proprietor and publisher of this journal, by
seeking to bring his Lift clots notions as Post
Master of Harrisburg into butipiden andl dis
grace. Had facts been, pioduced, the Post
Master would have been ready to meet and an
swer any charge growing out of such toots.
But instead of this, when facts were affirmed
to refute the 'f .he charges made 'nth° eititunns
of the Patriot on the jestersol the administration
of the Poet office, they mere meanly selected by
Barrett and McDowell, and the hissing bate
and cowardly lies suffered to becirculated
among their readers, unexposed and unrefuted.
In view of thee facts, the Post Master of Har
risburg Prosecuted Barrett and McDowell for
libel. '1 his is the true story of the manner in
which Barrett and McDowell liave oondlicted
themselves before this community, and the
prosecution of Messrs. Bergner and Forney is a
fitting *sequel the actions of these men as a
Arm and as individuals.
We do not know .when we have libelled
Barrett or McDowell, nor have we time or in
clination now to search the record to see in
moat ibis° hbels coneiet. That must, be de
teindued by a jury and defined by , the courts of
this county. But the idea of libelling Tom
McDowell will sound very strangely is this or
shy other community. Hear it net, then, ye
guardians of truth and valor I Hear it not, ye
advocates of temperance and virtue. Heir it
nut ye votaries of manly pride and honora
ble principle. H e ar it not, ye ahadee the
lamented and gallant Murray—that Murray
who fell struggling at the head of his re
giment, while sonic of those who should
have supported him were gtussling whisky in
the saloons - of Harrisburg. Hear it not ye
gallant men who fell at Winchester, fighting
without a leader after your Colonel had. fallen.
Hear it not ye who died on the battle -field for
the want of that direction and commanclwhich
was denied to you by the coward and the cra
ven hearted. Let the community answer. Let
a jury of our countrymen answer ; and when
it becomes libellious to expose cowardice and
denounce treason, then Indeed will the lib
erty of the press have become disgraced by that
degredat:on into which base presumption and
moral desperation have.plunged Thos. O. Mac-
Dowell and 0. Bartett. Here we rest our case
courts have put, their disapproval and with
ering rebuke upon those who' have commenced
this most malicious prosecution. But in the
meantime our voice shalt never weary or our
pen tire in denouncing dougteffoe sympathisers
with traltege It is our mission to unniesk and
pursue Guth ea 'these, and with God'a'fielp,
shall do our duty ,' though hell itself and' rdi
th e cr aven hearted Barrette and istietarivelhrbs
the land omie our ocainsia • •
THE OATH, OR A PASS OVER THE LINES.
We alluded yesterday, in general terms, to
the fact that there was more danger to be appre
hended from the course of those in our own
midst who sympathise with traitors, than those
who are in arms and openly arrayed against the
government. The same ideas and convictions
have taken hold of some of our cotemporaries,
and the alarm is now vigorously sounded, that
those acting in concert againsfthe gOiernment,
and are at the same time enjoying its protection
and favor, should either be made to take the
oath of alleglance,-or betompelled to'pass over
the dividing line between loyalty and treason,
and at once take np their abode among
traitors. On this subject, the Evening Bulletin
says that there hail been a very proper- disposi
tion, which is giowing in strength every day, to
set the seal of public reprobadoo on all disloyal
men in the cities or, states which Stand by the
Constitution and the - flag. The public grow
more indignant every hour that rebel spies,
treacherous office holders, and sneaking uphold
ers of anarchy and disunion, are allowed to live
unmolested among us, and are Permitted to
spread their poison all around them. Not long
'since a;card of a moot insolently rebel char
acter. appeared in the advertising columns of a
morning paper, yet we hear 'Of no imolai:intent
having been meted out to its author. There,
have been in circulation for weeks open stater.
meets regarding -.the: doings in the vicinity - of a-
Government hospital, if not with the conniv
ance of parties connected With it, yet.the pub
lic) are not permitted to ;hope that the alleged.
treasonable - practises thereindidged hi will be
stopped. So, too, even in, gallantrAlleghry,
county, 'a preacher of a PoWerful/deisominailon
Is allowed to flaunt his disloyalty in the face of
the people, and is upheld when he refuses to
pray for the President or the army.
Instances like the above could be multiplied
were it necessary. We refer to them to show
that if 'something is not done 'about 'Birch
things, the rebellion will gain strength right
here among - u& Alreadir craiim:hearted souls,
who are afraid of taxes and drafting; are quer
ulously proclaiming that the Government is too
weak forth taskset:before it, airdvOn:a recent
railroad trip we were made fairly sick by hear
ing a weak old- soul declare that the country
would do Just as well if North and South were
separate& Ai we listened, the reflection sprung
up spontaneously, that a creature with so little
pluck, honor or patriotism, would not man
enough to resent an insult to his wife or sister'.
He would reason that if the insulted party did
not "mind" the afront, it did not make any
difference; that a quarrel was worse than
Swallowing any degradation calmly.
Treason flourishes bravely when,. allowed to
go unpunished after reiterated violations of
law. During Buchanan's administration this
fact!received the most striking proofs. Every
hour of impunity, every hour of vacilation
strengthened the hands of the disunionists, and
weakened the true wen etthe nation. By this
time washOuld have testi:red' tits last* and
should be acting on it. We , should be sending
across the lines every man who, will not take
the oath Of allegiance when he bed:lmes - me:
petted of helping traitors: General Pope and
the leaders of the southwestern armies act on
that icril: -- They scam o • roppor rr a cour
ageous course. Why should it not be done
here,. where Trollope forted rebel "society that
was not mixed," or in Indiana, where Wickliffe
makes speeckes whlck " surprise" Mr. Lincoln,
or iq Allegheny county,.whero a reverend teal
tor withholds his prayers for the Administra
tion and our breve volunteers I A little of the
new and inspiring " vigor" of thegovernment,
whidh has encouraged us all, lately, expended
in this direction, will help the bounty funds and
till the recruiting stations at a rapid rate, and
we expect to see signs oflilirlthnut delay..
We are pleased to learn, by Ovate advices
direct from Redford Springs, thatthe health of
Gov. Curtin' is` rapidliimpreving, and that he
will be fitted soon again for these active and
vigorous duties which haie ''''distinguished his
administration 'of the State Government. In the
absence of Gov. attain, every depkrtinent is
kept up incluitriously and unfailingly In all their
duties cud requirements, while such of the du
ties Mr pertain pecoliarily and- only •to the Ex
ecutiVe, are discharged under the direction of
Gov. Chain While he is abseßt'es faithfullY as
when he is present in the State Department.—
Our military organis Mori and the facilitiewaf
lorded t& enlistments, are under the immediate
contra Of„.Adj; Gen. Russet so that in the abT
sence ; of the Governor they are not impeded.
Irtfact , the Departments are acting and-working
great harmony, each deeming its own Suckers
essentially to the success of the State. •
po+. Curtin may possibly return this week,
or at ;the furthest at the commencement of
next week. In the meantime the people of the
, be pletwd to learn, of , his
rapid "and permanent recovery from' his 'Attie
severe indisposition. _ •
Tna FRA2 I / 1 :2488 Sawyrearronoirs
sheets in the loyal states, is beautifully pins
trated by , th e ionise of the Zmunitarleteirryericer.. ,
in reference of the mass war meeting held in
Lancaster city, on Saturday last. Perhaps no
more enthusiastkror respectable meeting was'
ever convened within the limits of any city in
the Union. Its officers were old and true
friends of the government—men who had pas-
Bed many years in that city as the representa-
rives of every profession and all branChos of
business=men of loyal instincts and -noble
convictions- meniwhose ancestors had settled
In Lancaster county and city, and had assisted
in. bnililitig up the trade and prosperity which
have eariChed .that locality. -7-men of all parties
rallyini to th, common cry. of the linion, and
yet Geiirge Sanderson, - the editor of the Dania
crate Organ; mayor of that dty by favar of the
secesh Influence, and .trumpeter. of I)nchanan,
refused to refer to that meeting in any other
way than a comm44tion'cf sllost4i Otimorii
lines, lit which entire Movement was be
lied and misrepresented. At the, same time,
Sas:demon makes rtiiitiiin hiapaper `fitfilre in
solent attack of the borfeiTaiate traitors on
the Prisident,' and opens .
bis eohlmps to the
tirade loaritained- in the 14d* of Frikiih
aulthei• We eubmlt thierinattigoe :of thiplio•
iiihndomfairneausa a--rtistepeichneh of tho'ht.
tentbui of ithitioiofoie
pennegivattia Wen eltgraph itlebilistrap *laming. August 6, 1862.
A DRAFT- ESCAPING ITS RESPONSIBIL-
The necessity which forces the government
to.order a draft, may be traced to the fact that
there are a large number of men in this and
every community in the - commonwealth, who
have stubbondy refused to enter the service
when it was notorious ': that they, of all others,
shouldtake ußtrms in-defence of the govern
ment,zpe having the meat involved in its per
petuity. Such as these may be termed rebel
sympathizers. They not only refuse to, enter
tilers':evicts; ltifilieftiveteeii detected in en.
deavoring . to.sedtme-, others from „enlisting, of
ridiciding the service in printed and written
hand bills, for the premeditated , purpose of
diMinishing the number of enlistments, and
theta of course aiding and . abetting treason.—:
These - are ;the: men that the government are
after.' They want them for 'service in the
ritribi„ Where they can: he Mught a lesson.of
lifeand death asit is inculcated by their rebel
friends, and it is to be hoped that the draft will
be;so managed as to embrace es many, of such
people es possible There is still another alms,
who are natural cowarelsand poltroons,•things
in the shape of men abo have tio courage,no
love of country; no ,
no regard for
the past; n'eeateem, for tie present, no glorious,
anticipatitam for the ;future! Some of these
and changing their residences-and those: moat
able are prospecting toms to various parts of
the loyal states, in the hope . of ;thus ;escaping .
the draft. We deem it =a duty to inform these
pe thatlkey are purstnitg acourse' that 'makes
them li a bl e to ihe first draft I ; Ali, :should at once
understand that um nam.wrdu car ;BB; MAIM
?Mama ENIINNIULITON NOW DKr TAMEN 73Y TIM
A84IBSOBB:' The enrolment now being made is
merely intended pa a record for thanes Of the
Goiremor and Adjutant General, as 'exhibiting
thet strength of - the state, and also' presenting,.
by Marginal notes, such pfg*lxts as have earned
exemption by pastseryices or liberality in the
encouragement of volunteers.
If a draft is made it wirbe by the state mill
tary authority, entirely Independent of the •re
cord. .The proceeding wilt be hi , thiti manner.
The cities end toWnthips will be'ditided into
military districts. The citikeniketeach district
Will *bordered to repair, on: w aertain.hour of a
to , a certain- pointfor the draft --
These who do not attend will be forced thereby
the ! military power. Those who, have tempo,
rally removed their xesidemce Ito other• states
will be:brought becle.by-the same power, and
honor and justice alikifdintates,' that - these Who
endeavor* unfair Means te escape the service
shonld be first .placed in thelranks. We have
no doubt they will he So 'treated. '
The min Who nen** to att.irk:hia duty to
hie country, while rendering.himaelf more liable
to the•draft, bringirupentrinisell the acorn and
contempt of all homarable men. The stain will
follow him to his grave, pad will,descend with
his fl a me to generations.
Gov., Ctrarrs,"ta response to an :inaitatioll to
be present and preside at the great war meeting
Veld in .Lancaster Saturdai, '‘‘ , otet - the
foll Owing eloquent and *neat letter.
breaths the tine spirit of a nian and an
patriotism so necessary for stmess in this
crisis: l •
Gsarrnsaner : Your`invitatiotildhe present at
a .Mass tieetini oV the - bititeis - Lancaster
county, to be held on The 2d Of Aukusf, to
consult on measures for the sttppprt our,
Government, 'wee-forwarded to me 'here.
I lam here fcom necessity, an& deeply-die
tressed that I atonot be with-.you.on an occa
sion, of so much. interest. When in:Pittsburg
at the great meeting of the : peopld'of Western ,
Pendsylvania last week, .called for a similar
parPpse, I had the pleasure of announcing, the
proMpl, and generous'action, of your , Commis+
siondrs, and ofwitnessing its .magioal effect on
the loyal and patriotic fteemen of that part of
When I can serve you in the great .woik
perminitliy, or officially, I-anti- at lour service.
We are ! engaged .in a war " Which` i tellint 'events
have Made personal to every man in Pennsyl
vania, wr the GOveininent which protects bhp
in his rights' Of person - and prOperti is in the
balance, and , three` months—one Month—or a
period of time measured'hy days may settle the
question. , . •
Icanuot be with you in person, but feeLthat
in spirit I am with every loyal man whofitands
withemt flinching by his country in this the
darkest hours of its hiatoky, and Ti4l, every
assemblage'of men who meet together to cffer
counSel and support to a Government ,ender
which wr 'have grfiiwn so** !‘ Ration,. aid
dived so pi:644one and happy,egie,periple. ,
• Very rtsivctfully ,
A q. CUBTIN.
Messia. J. L. Beynelds,, B A. • •
Wilson, W..gar i peuter, 8-Livingston:
AROUND norPsoni.--The follo,wing, extract
from a letter to a Cincinnatian,
,w;rithau, by a
gentleman near there,: states -a .danger tha
really exists, although he-mar state' over
strongly... For'tbe'rebels are brany,„ and their:
leader's are crafty .4a. - dcemitte; Wheir-policy
has long been 44:nmass:their. men, make a 'sud
den ,dash at some: unpretticie&Peint, aikci then
retire exulting. It would ridt be so. difficult
a thing as many' inuigiue, oor,wetd4 it he dis
tasteful to the minds, stomachs or-pot:lois of
the rebels to pour a column of 100,000 men,
In a hurried:march, on airoOst - any point nam
ed betUuerriPhileAleiglia and Louis.: And
se're,cent events show .thatl they will-de it, if
they can,'lt is well' for ell • important 'points
within one htindredirdlea of thelierder to ~be
vigilant Itini,well inarsl,4 ilutlto„the ,letter :
-",lam afraid we northern people are not
awake to .thet dangers that impend. We lie
still, relying on "onr'snierior nip:hers imd:re.
sources„ while the; enemy straining every
rierye,:and forcing into. the field:atiery element
of 'strength for the. death' straggle. 'There IS
:an otnin,,bta O lei !F e ffrOV.ot* "quif
tOr., bolinia' theyare massing tnatiterun, army
with Which they not;.Only hope losoveribelm
our armies on the borders, .btitaravink: destroy =
ed them, to'inviule thO;Nnfili,t4qading
ror and deaf:010104 in, their cfnkrflei. end. ,what
have we,to oppose.theml..Unarrnedaaasses of
peoplelwill be •of ;he • lavail " Every Northern
Eikt.!.. 13 4t 1111 Oriiiirim4P*lll: militia :440ti
tAkizialt Aitl‘PeOnnktnouilicte.. of
armwthenwOrldavor antrh4Witurtatdriutlet the
would isof~ belignitalia 1;014; *Pk.
WORD Simms, July 28, 1862.
•- I •
From our Syentng Edition of Yesterday
TKB OF = TAB. =MONTI -FRIED
RECRUITING STILL mum:
Special .Dispatch to the TErroams."
Yoax August 6th.
The good work is going on here. Our quota
ls ready and the town is alive with geed and
sturdy farmer boys offering to volunteer for the
new call of additienal -800,000 men. Great
excitement ! ' AMERICA.
ORDER FROM THE 'WAR DEPARTMENT.
Employees .of Telegraph Companies
1 - Exempt from the Draft.
Wssaugari, ,August 6
The following order bas j ust Wen Issued:
WAR DYPARYntgIiT, WABILLNOTON, August b
Ordered; That the-use of the telegraph lines
being required for military purposes, all per
sons actually employed--in constructing' and
oparating .telegraphic lines at 'the date of the
order calling for 800,000 men, he exempt from
military duty as long as they remain in such
.18y order of the President<
(Signed) EDWIN hi. STANTON,
- &cretary of War.
The National Republican denies the truth of
tht Evening Star's paragraph;•that the negioes
of Washington are organizing secret associa
tions for-the purposes of protecting themselves
in anticipation of a. riot and mob by the lobor
lug classes of whites: The Republican says, the
story is pure fiction.
From "Gen. Pope's Army.
Ambtdauoes Fired .Into , by Guerillas,
Arrest of Returned Confederate Soldiers
NEAR lArxr..a,Wastusurron,,August 1. .
A field officer, with an , escort aooompaning
sick from Front Itoyal hither; was fired on by a
small party of guerillas. on• Wednesday night
a. few miles , from here and in the• immediate
vicierity of a house guarded by some of our
troops. The•, shota.were harmless. ,
The. route. between Front• Beira and Win
chester- has bees abandoned for , trains and •
trairel, except under a strong escort, so trouble
some had guerillas become, and it appears that
theiy have transferred their deeds of heroism to
this side. -
General Geary's scouts, last night brought In
three prisoners .fromi the, mountains who are
reamed Confederate soldiers according to their
confession., The:object of .this scouting party
was to examine the reported:. mountain path
way north nE Thornton's Gap, where the rebels
&repaid to- communicate between Luray valley
an. this region, as wen as to rout any preda
tukktglthere. The enterprise was
Thp • Rebels Evacuating Richmond
ThOonthßank of the James River the Rebel
° Line of Defence,
- , 1
GIZNYIIIA.L POPE'S ErakIIQUARTSRS, LITT= WASH •
"mpg, Va., August i.il; 1862. Information
various sources leads to confirm the be
lief that the , enemy -have have really evacuated
Ric mond,and taken , up the south bank of the
Jam river astneline of.their defence.
The rebel cavalry ; under General Robertson,
are believed tola;ve been withdrawn from the
Shenandoah valley,"leaving that part of the
couritry to the defence of the guerillas alone.
A PIEITILENOII' AT - RICEIMOND
Wainiundron, August' 4.—Midnight.—lt has
beert believeothere; in some quarters; for several
dupe, that.tbe enemy bas been evacusting
Richinond, there , being• a reasonable suspicion
theta pastilence-has broken out in that city.
Arrival - of the Steamship Arabia
Canadian Defense Question in Parliament
Br. Joan, August-4, 1882.
Tbte .steamer , Arabia from -Liverpool, with
dates! to !the .26th MI.; telegraPhie advipee via
Queenstown , ,to-thO:•27ilt was boarded off
0.40e1 Dace .011-Sunday , afternoon en route for
lEialigr. and ,Boston.
Tim Warner -Scotia. fronuNew York arrived
at Q4eenatown on the 26tif: • -
The.questionof Canadian defemce wandebated
in thi) House of. Conimone, , when it was goner: ,
I'44li:intended thatnci dangerwas to be appre
hended from the Pnitext States. • •
LoidPalmerstoirsardAhat• England lad Milt
all ithe: troops Jsha • could; and-it rested with
Consilium to supply Whatever was requisite.
It 3s:-denied that • Garabeldi' contemplates
another expedition: = .
CoMmerchil Cotton declined to. -td. Excess
for American which' were easier, but not
quotably lower.ru The sales .of , the- Week have
been 121,000 bales.. Breadstuff; are active :
flour is 6.1. higher, wheat 2d. higher, corn 66;g
1 8 , higher, provisions dull and unchanged:
Loans, July 26.—Consuls.closeed on Friday
at 981 (4. 981. latest--...Ltvannoor,,-July 26
The sales .ot cotton , to-day were .2,000 bales,
market firmer-but.sales unchanged. Bread:
stuffs active and still. advancing, provisions
Lcopoi, Julylti.—Coosobi-to•day closed at
90.4 94 discount,. Erie 88. 27-0,28. Bar
ings.eircular reports! American seuuretlee as
ratheipressedforsale,4nd quotations difficult
to giv U. sa.a 65. Ditto Bonds 66
The steamer Teutonic arrived at Sonthamp
Eton on the 26th. 1 •
. , .
TWO pgkEnnia. OFEICEItS ADVERTISED.
fteugumermus,...iimer or VIRGINIA,
Num StomaTruax, August 4, - 1862.
First Lieutenant •W inflalcuPeen, of com
pany E.,102d New York v Aupteeirs, and Lieu
tenant William - Rain, Of Company A, 27th
Pennsylvania ve/unteere, are reported hy their
_colonels and nom:lmo:Aug generals as baying
I :woe& pie eerticii, - gne usual ' reward w4l be
paiiifftll; bleu IVEralooksite-1
P.T.' 2 9 4 94 11 d of A t t , itir4l llBl llol6L -
THE El ECTION
All the Union Candidates Elected.
Loutstruss, August 4
The returns thus far indicate the election of
all the thorough Union candidates, in the
county election to-day, up to 10 o'clock this
eveniog. No reports have been received of
disturbances in any quarter. .
New York Money Market.
Nsw Yoox, August 6.
Sterliog exchange dull at 261 p. c. preogom.
Stocks t:etter—O. & B I. 644; Ills. Goat B. B.
67f; Mich. Southern 661; Beadiog 66; Virginia
68 68 ; Missouri Cle 46f ; Illinois war loan 96 ;
treasury, 7 8.10,11.021; American gold $1 14k;
11. S., §s, 1874, 86f.
TN pursuance of an Order of the Or
j Cowl .of Deupbt county, will be expwee
trs IE od Thursday, the xetb day ed waged Ca the
A re ten lot or piece - of ground situate to . Fist
Hanartr toe-aehfp, 111 the atm ty •-f Tumid, &Udder
la th Bordust, Abeam. Rel. - ad 46'4 i avid.
t , Unger, oontaang about seventy, . Loam perdue.
Thereon erected a "
LUCE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING BOMB
• ith bteement, a gond stable and carriage bons% w'th
a goln o chard o (rift aid an lit 'el int we lof water.
boddes other !woe vrtnents. This sp-op •.t is aboot
foorteen inhes.fmnal Hat. nrg, n thel naettossi roa .„
• short dist,nee bei , w "Shell's teeerar and is a vary
derr.ble lowa a. let' the e•iate of 1, hn J. de
Itleodatio• will be givens d o od:h000 of pals made
known John shell and John Garcerich, adnenistra
tore of sad deo'd.
Bair gng, Atm 5, 1862. fivr 14,24 is
rp.HE South Ward School Direotorewill
recetve. , proposals•ltor building. a -two :story
brick school house, o $ the corcer of Fourth street and
Blackberry *bey. The i aynruts w1. , 1 be made in cash,
as tee hording progresses, raring fifteen per cent.
Ml:completed. Plan and speelfieetton sear ho seen at
the office of Dr. 0. ‘ehler. realat proposals must be
handed to Jacob Hauser. President, on or haze An
ens 12th. aiecuritles must accompany the proposals.
THE undersigned offers at , private sale a
TWO FRAME HOUSE,
. . .
25 feet front ant 100 *et Amp, situated on East State
greet near Filbert The house la, in Atood repair,: hens
basement kildhen, waretgas and all the modern improvc
menet Fnr turthertuformation env/train:l the eremiree.
mil-01w* ILDWARD PARKS&
BY a boy 15 years of age, a situation
in some buslnose—groeery. hardwsre or some
thing similar Trre ried. Is ciaarririt-irely well odors•
tod, toss lee, and would make,. himself' worn( to the
twat of his ability. eddrese,oae weelt, trit," this
86 MARKET ST., HARRISBURG,
Is now prepared to furnish officer's
military c'othing. a - tordlrg to re[ ulatiorta at Flied
oti^e A h.o a general muarttreNt of ClothsOae: imerea,
Veatlnga and reedy m we clothing for dent-aim
AGOOD blacksmith and helper or boy
In smith shop, apply at EAGLE WORK 4,
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN
EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY
NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT NIG liT.
NEW NEW NEW NE*
TROUPE TROUPE TROUPE TROUPE.
rARs SPARS STARS STARS.
ACTS ACTS ACTS ACTS.
MONS - MONS. MONS. MONS.
DE LOUIS DE LOUIS DE LOUIS
TERRIFIC 'TERRIFIC TERRIFIC
BAR BAR BAR
. . ACT ACT Am .
RERTHELO N BERTHELON. • ', -
. - RALLIS HALL'S
MURRY; PERRY, VANHORN, ' - -
808 EDWARDSJ DONNEL
The Queen of Song,
MISS 'JULIA kLNARDS.
TA* Etas Tamale Fingers and Demers arj), *Reeled
by every aside.:
Dont all to come and see us: admission only and
808 EDWIIIIIII, sole Lessee and Manager.
eLII3. LIOM BE TEpa l conr, stage manager.
QA R A. ALDRED, Executrix of
►the estate ,of. Thomas Aldred, deed., late of the
city .of . 11afiltbuig, Dauphin county, having lette.s
testairointa7 granted them by tbe Regiso-r of
phin county, hereby 'notill , o a 1 parties indebted to said
estatOo make immediate payment, and those having
aat to present toem properly authenticated for
settlement to the above named eMoutrii r . au2-8w
317 HERHAI3, the Honorable Joan J.
V - if I -.Pitensoit i President 4)C the court Of Common
Pleas hi the Twelfth Jauicial District, consisting of th
-001/11ties Of Lebanon and ;Dauphin, and,the Hon. Sean ,
sr: tAision and Hon. limos B. YntrXo, Alisoclate Judge') In
Dauphin county,.havieg Issued Omar precept, bee ring
_date e Dlth day .91 June, 1862. to me directed, for
holdings Chart of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail
Delliery , and Qaartor Seldom of the peace at Barrisburg,
for the!countpottranotrini and to commence ox Tas 4111
MOIDAT OD ADODIT IMXT, being the Sern DAT OF ACTOUBT - ,
1862, indto condone one weeks .
Notioe is therefore hereby given to the Ceronor,
dm of the Peace, Aldermen, and Censtablet of the sa id
county ast Dauphin, that they be then and 'there in their
proper persons, at 10 o'clock in. the 'lorestoottot said
day, with their records, inquisitions, . esaminations,.
and their own remembrance); to !initialler, things
which to their (Ace sippertaitui I.olre - dirk and those
who are bound la recognizance'to prosecute against the
prhakuaDB that are or Shall. be in the Jailor Dauphin coma.'
ty, be then and there to prosecute against th.ni as shall
Given under my Inthri, at Harrisburg, tbsedth day' et,
August, in the yeiroir,enr. Lord, 1869, : and in thro
eighty-Birth year of tits independence of the united States,
J. Boas, shads
alrilaborg; Azi g ..- 4,.1862
O 1 "ude of ina,CUituery,
tz, onodland Jam Asekites. for .ems 1
• $ ,-; . MOM &BOWMAN,
Corner Front end Karkei stret.
UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN TEE UNITED
STATES AND SUPEaruP. To ANY
OFF BRED IN PENNSYLVANIA
17 IS MADE OF
CHOICE MISSOU4 ti it 111 Want
air Debarred any pia 13 I i the city, f ree o f
TERMS, Cash on delivery.
JY3O WM. DOOR', Jr &c o ,
SHEET MUSIC , SHEET MUSIC.
SEVERAL thousand pieces' of NEW a n d
a vliely *dented sau.ls, aomprising a s ay
a so tment
Steinway's Unrivalled Pianos.
PIANOS FOR $l5O UP-TO $l,OOO ,
SCHOOL AND CHURCH ORGISS
FROM EIGHTY DOLLARS.
PRINCE'S MELODEONS &c.
From Forty-five Dollars.
and musical merchandiar of *yea ktrid
-ROWE'S SEWING MACHINES,
LARGE PIER AND MANTLE MIRRORS
made to order. Constantly on Land a large v4.riety of
PHOTOGRAPH FRA M ES.
Friunsa of every description made to order at the shortest
At the New Music Store of
8. WARD & CD.
No. 14 Market Fq - aro, neer co'dor f.
CLASS FRUIT JARS!!
BEST AND CHEAPEST ! I
CALL AND EXAMINE,
WM DOCK, .Iv. &CO
VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE
WILL be offered at public, wale, on
Thursday, the 11th day of Eeptember, et 2
o'clock, at Brant's Han in the city of , arrisburg
vhf, ty th ee acres of land with an era Ile nt ir4191
ball! • and barn and outbuilditus, situated tartly in
the City ..f riarrisourg and par.ly in zwatara to w nship.
Tha property la eltuat , d on the -oath of liummoli
town turnpike, a portion of sada h e a Neutral
1 cation on st hill, dire tly facing the city of to
burg, to be sold in toree acre lo s.
Also slot or pi ea ofground situated in Market Smut,
ad 'pining Jones' House, having a front of 27 feet Id
avuoding bat C ll7yj feat to 2J a 6 alley, there .a
cr.cted a two story OrL2r house with two story oack
bri -k utdiding and ~ having toe use of a three
(set.alley on market .9 ,aaro, belut one of too *mo'it
d era a tUitloll. to BAB ness e. - private res dance is
4 h..d. Po-anteIicILLIZIV 41 • lilt Of .oatnb,e esti.
C nd tons of titles are 10 per cent of the pa chase
money to ue paid o , the day of s de, toe balan eof tie
oce bait of the pun:base money wit n he title is
made, and the balance In two e q ual ,n uet p.yms to
with ante est, from t e time posses skut isgiven. To be
secured by bonds and mortgago,
A plan f the tn. et acre I. ,an Its ?feu at b ,, et
and ' , boa rtore of A.. Hummel, nex. doot to tae Court
House, Harris urg.
t ue atlendanat will be given lir
THE PICNIC OF THE SEASON
"TURN OUT ONE AND ALL,"
THE FaIENDSHIP FIRE COM?ANY,
Will give a
AT MUMMA'S WOODS ,
NEAR MECHANICSBURG . ,
ON TUESDAY, AUGUST TWELFTH, 'SR.
411 the citizens of Dauphin and Cumborlini Drum •
ties are reapectfally invited to puticipste.
mobs Issued on the Cumberland fFalley Railroad
Making the fare only
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
from Harrisburg to Mechanicsburg and return. Den-
MOMIIIM tickets twenty live cents, admitting them In
the woods All respectable ladies are invited without
further charge than their tare.
WEBER'S STRING BAND
will be to attendance. The company have also agreed
to .take their rim= Engine along anti give trial in
. eeha nicsb urg durin. the coy, for the beneut of per
sons . who have never seen it work. The cars will
leave Harrisburg at 6.1.5 , and returning will
a.e rued hanicsbnrg at 6.45, P. Y. .11 persons are
requested to purchase their tic. eta efore entering the
No eplritous or malt liquors will be allowed on the
grounds and all persons are positively forbidden to
Dome ou the grounds intoxicated
SIILLI Van - . talitEW SCRUM,
HO nERT FOUGHT,
G. OR Managers.
' N H. It ishoped that our citizens wi 1 all join with
insin having an oid style.ic, as oar object is to
make enough money to make a payment due 0.11 our
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST THE BTH.
UTEATHER Rermtting; if on the
y contrary, on the Saturday following.
n excel ent string band will be present for the ec
coniodatiun of the dancers.
Omnibuses will run from Koenig's Hall, Mersin'
street" and the grounds every half hour.
Tickets As cents, to be had of the following sortie'
n. r ONG, V. FINK,
J. SICIVIZER, - F. 800 Vait. jy294lws
I g:4LIIABLE PROPERTY
kt O. R SALE ,
TNOW offer for sale that valuable
prop.rty situated on the oorner of Market and Fiftil
streets, opposite abeeresidenoe ; if not Bold- on or be
fore the fret of September next at private. mis It Will
be disposal:toff at public outcry. OA that dab OIL i t
rebus. .1. LI.
yg d USE.
SLOTS FOR SALE.
R - J. HALDEAL AN: will sell lots on °
North street snolllll3yllaillia avearo
the It Apply co
QM ring tJ ptsrehluse. ml. t d
Wa444 streets,. issb
PKIMN C.he_ese_frora New Yolk Dairies
- jut te:tpr sale low by
'l.ll ' comer FicraniCirard IlAstreolgle.
N ew ab tints malts
ALB DT 1111.10D1,
Executor of David Lie awe, d -07 d