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PEOPLE'S UNION STA
THOMAS E. 000111111
of York County.
WILLIAM S. ROSIg,
of Luzern° County
Thursday :Meriting, august I, 1862.
for months pest the loyalty and patriotism
of the people of the state capital, have been
outraged and insulted by the vieirince with
which the plans and purposes of the geineru
ment have been assailed and denounced:"'l3y
covert meant and operations, the systeei of re
cruiting Lim been most. feattilly Impeded and
tear:melted—the public credit imperilled by We-
Wing the public debt—the general confidence
In the government iznp , iiteif by misrepresenting
its policy- 7 and in a thousand ways, insidnous
and desperate,:thssiinse of the Union has been
Assailed at home, while Our brave brethren
were abesaiiitriling their flies in its &Nance on
the battle fields of :tbe south. Against these
proceedings and thia most , infamous loondnc4
we have steadily intervened our influence and
power as a journalist, but while tires eneggesi
thcifir who were undermining the government
and seeking to pull down its temples about
the bads of loyal.men, sought also to niuzzle
alcriial tine, by instituting against un groseca4
tons founded on malice or pretexts of a kiwi
Lwhigit, it was hoped, would intimidate ON in our .
exposure of treason.
Arlerigth the, attention of the government
, hap.beiru dfrected to all these proceedings, and,
yesterday the secret plots and deep games of
-those who Were arrogantly gloryfying in the
Vircii"Of the prosecution of the proprietor and
onto gf thq,e,d, itprs of the Trwouals, were sud
denly interrupted by the arrest of 0. Barrett
ameit'lthothist. MacDowell," proprietors; and
liforitSainery poster apd J: Junes, ;editors
.r*rini and Union. These arrests were
made in person by Gen. Wadsworth, Provoit
II iisbui of-the Bnited States, waisted by Lis '
lieutrants ; and the: parties thus arrested are
new ,on their way to ono or the other of the
frestabi which traitors and rebels are confined.
It irtiot for us to' write a' single word that
wh i t i r t eiL4 as if we , were personally gratified
441 Obese ,arrestS, were made. We have no
personal quarrel with any of the parties thus
hatennto'crtmixidy, simplYbecause their personal
iteStididi and attribut put them , outside of our
smniatinothiand left. them untrnsted and un
respected by the Idyal and decent men . of this
oopmmilty„ That they will be fairly, and just-
I**# wtih, no'man has a right to question, '
and that they may receive justice we ask that
the illes ofUthe Patriot and Union, ftor a year and
a half past, be thoroughly eiamined by the
PFnyyll Marshal, or those having authority to
littpose of the parties accused
tßii Y I4TRIOT AN WORMER!
the'lrao' Fork Braid, that occasionally
lank for secession lam, begi os to find that
Oasis a mighty necessity presde" the might
iest action on the loyal I)64le'oitheland. it em
phAtically declares that . a he who is not with us
is against us." Lei this be the watchword of
the hour. No real, earnest welt wisher of our
Mile will - allow himseltto' be led' inio a diecua
ka, of the morits of the contest or of . Its pro
bable issue. To all true men. the right and
duty are as clear and certain as the most familiar
trultitt' and . obligatiOns, 'and he - who permits
idnisalt to argue them in a measure admits that
something can be said on the other side. No
man takes. a candle out. at midday'to I provelo
an unbeliever that the light of the sin,'which
shines not more brightly to the .natural . eye
than does the beaoon star of , duty in the heart
of the patriot. Never until the North imitates ..
the dogietiess 'of purpose of the Sotith' Will this
wicked rebellion be climbed. ,
st.t this junpture, when we may expeet much:
cavil and satire by reason of the proposed con
sOription, should the true patriot do his whole
dUty;'espeolallY In &daring with enthusiasm
and, 000fidenoe the rigid and success of thit
cause. Every man who utters a thrtught ()aka
lated tsi dispirit his felloW citizens, or , to stir
ap - di r ecentent and opposition to the govern
ment. should be at once foroed into- the ranks.
If, as is true, treason is the wickedest of
Wpm,4.e who encourages It in the , smallest
degreeshould not go unpunished. No man
whtt understands the value of this Union but
willfehderfnlly male an") , sacrifice for its main
tainance ; and he who would , see it severed
siCuld 4 the ranks have his errors corrected,
and be made to see the truth. Let the whole
oonstainitV resolve itself In to a 'detective
oOrpi, and promptly' eport every person guilty
o( .expressing a disloyal or compromising sen
timent, and we will thereby get recruits and be
rid of traitors in our midst.
V„:10 events of twenty four hours in, this oity,
sliOWs the necessity of this resolutiotten the
part of all loyal men. We owe no mei service;
moottnition, considerition ot: friendship, who is
not openly, sad candidly for the Union—for the
war, for, any,aritl. all measures theta will put
dont thityebellion: Let thM sentiment be the
guide In all tine relations—and whenever we
And a nmoppcpd t to the country or the war,
inspirit or in action, let-us put him down as a
traitor, even if it best the cost of blood `&every
stress Corner in the state- capital of Penn
WifteiTlO PET. ABL® Itormeti pave
A iltuftitlitflP bounty:, or R drafty f0n,..7 the
iithent, ampOonnty t v;.l.
THE MOUNTAIN HAS BEEN MOVED, AND
The fag ends of the factions into which the
old locofoco party has ;so long been divided,
were busily engaged foi weeks past in drum.
ming .together delegates sufficient to form a
quorum in a county convention: They man
age&to indite* a few decent men to participate
thus inconvention,Onths understanding that the
real objects of those leading in this movement be
suppressed, that the participants in the conven
tion might be preserved from the odium which
wouldiittiftelf to themfhad a Mileiofiesolutions
in consonance with the real feelings of those
who ruled the convention, been adopted: Un
der these circumstances, we have a-ticket of ir
-reaphnsible old.and.yningliicks4 who haiefthe
presumption to come-before the people on their
own merits, and ask a loyal county to peril its
loyalty by elevating them to positions of honor
and responsibility.- If the purposes Of this
convention looked to the playing of a good
joke; it has succeeded admirably; but if the
delegates &mildly and fairly believed that they
could' deceive loyal men of P.mphin county
by thus invoking their support, they have
more andacity as doughfaces than we have ever
placed to their credit.
tbt3 convention has put' forth its candidates
fn the shape of a miserable trap to catch the
sepport'of honeit and tinenspectlng then. It
is a trap without a bait--a - parti of miserable
dowries without principle, a cies- of men as
sembled to deliberate in convention; at a mo
ment when the country isin great peril, neglect
lug and absolutely refusing either to pan a
resolution of sympathy for the government or
of uttering a single honest sentiment' of cheer
and endorsement of those who are fighting the
battles of, the 'country. This is dough-flute
loyalty and patriotism:; and on this platform
-we are willing that the candidates should take
their positicn. •
,The l iomination of William H. Miller, as a
candidate for Congress, Was made to astonish
the groundlingq wad bring down the house.—
But the world still moves; notivithatandieg this
important event, and now that he is before the
public, it is only fair that his friends should '
state npcsi what emit hejs- thus so porcipously
thrust forward as a candidatO to represent this
Congressional district. , We know of nothing
that he has ever done but coquette with fac
tions'and hunt after patronage to give him any
particular reputation. He certainly has no
real qualification to represent any Congression
al district, for we believe that he knows less of
the resources and wants of the people orthis
region of lennsylvania than any man living
within the same limits. When we write thus
we are only treating hinefairly.
Gen. an d b
Rotufort i. Heok [lave been put
forth as candidates for the Assembly. While
Beck was a member of the Legislature ho op
posed the appropriation' of money to supra:l'st
those who are engaged In crushing the rebellion,
and he is known throughout this county as a
bitter and persistent opponent of the war policy
of the federal government. Boumfort is know .
asan uncompromising partizan of the radical'Ao
*goo° schooLand represented the county of Phil.;
adelphia in the legislature' when that body was
controlled b the worst infinenc:es of the Deino- 1
cratid rosi!tyf a Trelneseffefeetiik krio. y •
those who are struggling to enforce the laws
on traitors, because bis sympathies and associ
ations have always been among those who are ,
strongly suspected of giving aid and comfort,
to thereibellion. . ,
The other candidates nomated by the con-.
vention may be judged by 7 the company in
which they are found. Those who accept a
nomination from a body of men who have no
prinorples,to avow but those 'of 'sympathy for
traitors, of course possess no principles them
selves. In this light these meri can only' be
regarded, and'as such they stand before .the
people of Dauphin county.
shall have more to write and print of
the motives which prompted these nominations,
as time and epace - afford us the opportunity..
A NOBLE AOT.
We learn from the Chamberiburg pivach
that in the absence of any action on the part
of the Commissioners of Franklin county .to
pay the promised bounty to our volunteers,
Mon. A: K. M'Clure, placed In the hands of
Capt. -John 'Dobler, the Commander of the
company of vt lunteers who left Chambersburg
on Monday. for Harrisburg,- his own private
check, for $6,600, so that each volunteer As
he is mustered in receives the $5O. Of course
M'Clure will be refimbursed by the coin
missioners of Franklin county, yet that does not
detract front the munificence of his generosity,
and the patriotic motive which prompted him
to this, action. It proves that , Col. -M'Clitre
has a highf regard for Ake great cause of the
Union, a nd that noblp appfeciation of the va
lor of those who 'tti forth to fight the battles,
which never fails to excite the emulation.
and encourage the devotion of the patriotic.,
—ln the name of every loyal man we, thank
Olure for his generous confidence in,
and support of his friends and neighbors.
Mn VAN Ihraigir was the last of the old sue-
Cession of Presidents, nearly eli of whom at
tained to an unusually ripe age. If we except
Washington, who died at the age of sixty
seven, all those intermediate reached to within.
S year or two of four score • while John Adams
attained to the age of ninety-one; Jefferson to
eighty-three, and John Quincy Adams te• t eighty-
One- Daring the last thirty-yea rs , our Presi
dents have died considerebly younger. idr.
Polk was hut fifty-four ; General Harrison,
sixty-three ; General Taylor, fifty-fortr, and M r .
Tyler seventy-one, years old at the doge Of their
respective lives. •
Semmerura—The portrait of ex-Governor
ymour, of Conneoticut, has been taken down
from the State House at Hartford. The Albany
Journal suggests that Eleymolir lilihself be hung
up in place of - - -
i We suggest' that the same proceedings be
'carried out'with the Bigler portrait and Bigler
Himself, in the Executive , chamber of this
state.. No man in Dixie contributed mere to.
the- initial steps of rebellion than Bigler, and;
deeding sidthbispictureeand Lis person
would be? fitting briblite to the rciyar outt-
gennoutuania Mak) elegraply_ Wirottat i litiorning, August 7, 1862
LO I A NOUSE I
TUN AMERICAN ANNUAL CYCLOPEDIA and Register
of Important Events of the Year. New York: D
Appleton & Co.
The publishers of this new and highly im
portant work have forwarded us the first vol
ume, which embraces information in a shape
and of a eharacter, never before given tb the
American people. As the Introductory volume
of a publication that is to be indentifted with
the progress and greatness of the American
Peoik, We 1194 AN book before.. us :milk the
delight which men can only feel in the real and
As a book of general reference and authority,
the American Annual Oyckpedia, when completed,
will be equal to an entire library embracing
civil, military and social:affairs, pb
lic documents, biography, statistics, commerce,
finance, literature, science, agriculture and me
chanical industry. As such it is a work with
should.be In the halide Of eveiY - 'Min in the
country, And in view of - pia - chug it within the
reset of all, it is published at prices at once
ME HUNCHBACK or Nom-Diwa By rotor
Hugo. New YtWIP. Dick & fluigenold.
'This is one of those interesting, vivid and
highly draniatie French productions; which
make the romances of that country so drilling
and so poetical.' It is in Victor Hugo)s :best
style, and 'has been .faithiallg and accnrateiy
`translated into the vern a cular .by HenryL.
Williams. - I
The Thenchback of Noire Dams can lie found Wt
13ergrier's Cheap Bonk Store, Market street.
Tai CHAPLAII43.—The Philadelphia c:orrfe
pendent of the New York qterrier makes noise
dameging statements In .regard , to tbit lac+
herds" in the II Al eitialq. One chip& is
reported to have "presahed-brrt - twice - eitice lie
entered the; regti . nent4 ; 'iAtin'thAtite4 no
ace of the privates, bat "was very attentive to
the officers." A third "played cards regularly
every, day, had kweachecljb,tit Once, and then to
a little squad, a portion of whom played cards
during the service." Many of the . soldiers
sieeittect astonished *hen thiti
on a certain. A r iesieu - ,-: that -It was Sunday—
remarking that theyllid not know they ever
had any Sundays in their regiments.
TH3II3IIION ASrr: WAS,_ MID not CONSTIIII
TION Al 3 rr Is."—lt is a singular fact, (which
may be proved by tt xeg little °llama's:ma
that the class of- pemons in . whOse mouths this
expression is moat :frequently to be 'found,
were originally sympathizers with Becessioe l tor
at beslixmdtttonal Union men. And the
pression is almost invariably quoted, not to
condetnn 'and rebuke thobe who"are hi mina
against the government, endeavoring to destroy
it, but - sgainst - thostwho Afei indeitvoring to
mit down' hn rebellion.
ADAMS COUNTY' NOMINATION
Special dispatch to iho Telegraph.]
exernevaa,•August 6, 1882
The Union - ConVention, composed Cif the re
-presentatives of the people, have'nominated„
the following Strong ticket : '
Congress—Hon. Edward McPherson.
Senate—Col. John Woliord.
Assembly—Joten liukby. •
Distrilt Attorney—Win. B. McClellan. ,
Director—Levi D Mouse.
SEVERE FIGHT inn PORTER'S GUERILLAS
One Thousand of the Matrattden
Attaok Two Companies of
OUR FOROES OAPITIZATE.
1J (lON FOrit 11111It'AND
Rebel Lose lieventy-three Killed
Union force in. Pursuit of Porter.
Palmas, Mo., Aug. 6 •
A severe fight occurred at .Newurki Snow
county on Friday evening last. About a tmnus ,
and Onerillas under - POrtet 'spprOsched•-tlie
town an hour before sunset, , and Witeieet by
parts of two companitwof -State militia, under
Capt. Lair, numbering sevcapy i five men. The
Rebels charged on oar troops and w ere repulsed,
when they dismitunted and finally. drove Capt.
Lair into the town, where a!ieverekittatiggle
took place, resulting in the capitulation-of our
forces, who Were Immediately. , paroled. Our
loss was four killed: and four wounded. The
Rebels acknowledged 78 killed and a large
number wounded. • ••'.
Porter's gang carried off the arms and camp
equipnage of our tr00p5.,...
} On Sunday the State forces of Col. Guitar sad
Majors Chipper arid "Cildwill pular tbrbifith
'Newark, ,in pursuit, of ~Porter. On Saturday
livening a band of one hundred and fifty guar
1111m/ took possession of.Alerantlts; 'Ma p :seised.
all arms and ammunition they
aid considerable other, ploidaftd(kiid
About 800 men' went',4own op BitedaylroM .
Xeoknk and arrested some ibitty rebel Byrn*
thizers and took thenilo Kaki*.
FrObi . Niiitthl - Offolm" . a,"
Expedition to Young's Cross &ads:
PARTY OF REBELS ROUTED.
Niw Yong, Aug. 6.
The steamer Jersey Blue arrived today from
Newborn. On the 2nd inst. an expedition Un
der Col. Heckman of the Ninth New jersey
Regiment had proceeded to Young's Oro Roads
at the head of White Oak river, where they
tad -a akinnish -with a party of Rebels, who
Were completely routed. ° Col. Heckman, likir- 1
I geon Woodhilf and three ptivatio weiti aUgbt
wounded, the Colonel not being disabbid haft
Treaty '''lth the Ottoman Empire.
ARRIVAL OF SEOESH SYMPATHISERS
WmwKaTos, , Ang. 6th
The treaty of commerce ; between the United . "
States and the Ottoman. 'Empire is officially
proclaimed. It is marked throughout with
much liberality. Tobacco and salt, however,
are not included among the articles which
Ottoman deMlnions. lint, as a compensation
for, *tip prohibition; no duty 'lrbitaver shall
id the tiittirs" be kirk(' upon them when ex
ported - from - the Ottoman Empirely dtisena of
the United States.
Six persons were recently arrested on the
Rappahannockothile emmed in - shipping salt
and.otherirtideafin gretitAtituM4 in the Richt
mond market s awn the Over fur the benefit
of our eleinietr: 'The prisoners were remanded
to the old capitol:prison.
DESTRlliirly . r: • FIRE IN NEW
REPORTED LOSS OF LIFE.
Nor Yottsc, August 6.,
The Rainbow Hotel;Noa.
.181 and 188, Wil
liamstreet wee itrOyeti ilri . this morning.
the building kre. 120 - Beekman street, otou
pied by McBp edoni & Baker, paper warehouse,
Number, 127; Beekman ~ s treet,, occupied • by
Baker, Hall and Sans ; paper warehouse, No.
one hundred and sixty- ti ve t. tamp pit d
by White &Co., envelope makers,'and Haman
& Co., dealers in nph u latering matelials, were
also &Wl:ltd. The buildings
N os. 128 and
125 Beeknien, Nos. 161, 168 and 165 William
street, were slightly damaged' by fire and wa
ter. Two men were badly injured and two are
missing. No'. persons are !yet known to tie
killed, though the first reports stated that 10
FQR Epao PE.
501 * ma u- r era , or A: i iis pee nit senil lind.
$lB,OOO in specie. •
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
PRunummicA, Aug. 6 .
The foreign news haa caused inquiry for
breadstuffs And more firmness. in prices. The
receipts and stock of fiesir , are small, sales of
8,000 Ols. at 5 dollars for Superfine, 6 60 for
extra and 5 76 for extra family, Bye flour ad
vinced to 8 87 106. 6 6: . Corn_ meal wanted at
8 dollars. There is.qgpod, demand for wheat,
6,000 bbli. sold at 1 8001, 85, And white at 1
4501 60: Bye wantid, at 80 cents. Corn con
tinues in good req uest, - and 4,000 bush. yellow
sold at 64 c. Oats are active,, and 6,000 bush
sold at 46 foi Penna. and 80(89 for New Dela
ware. No change in coffee, sugar and molasses
are less firM; in provisions not mach doing,
whiskey dull at 81..
Raw. Minx., August 6
Flour quiet—salts 10,600 bbls. at $4 954
5 10 for State; Ohio and Southern unchanged.
Wheat steady--Salis4Pl.oo,ooo bus. at $1 12
al-19-for Chicago Scoring; $1 18(1 221 for
Milwaukee , Olub - andasl 2831 82 for Red.—
Corn steady-40,000 bus. of old sold at 67c.
Pork steady. Lard firm. Whisky dull at • 291
" RAl:emotes, Aug. 6.
Flour scarce; Ohio $6`626 00. Wheat
active, new white $1:65(41 66 ; red $1 85a
'4O. Ccifn ikotrifb, white 69c1470 ; yellow li4c
066. Oata &tit at fro.. Groceries dull and
inactive. WhiSity,:iittiet at 82c.
NEW YOBS MONEY MARBET
Sterling exehangeAtill at 28 p. - o. premium.
Stooks are-high v er : alld mor!_as_tive—Q4,.. B I.
ILlesouri As. ; Tennessee 88 50k; Illinois
war loan 88 . ; American goo 51 141. treasury,
7 8-10, $1 021; 8. 00,1111, laSit:ifik; re
gistered, 90 c coupon _
!T , t T or MI Z N
Amber 6, 1842 . .
, TAP: kBAIENSi s • ••• .•`••
Loans and Diecionnta • 4688,861 98
Stock of the Codeinchiennilth 100,000 00
United States Loan - • 76;000 09
Spade 87,084 86
Due by other banks.. $898,861 86 _
Notes of other banks.. 22,764
Stocks, (at present market value,) 28,000 00
Bonds, do. do. 8,000 00
Beal Estate 14,500 00
LIABILITIES. ..., :
. :46 4 690 00
Deposita 1,629 17
Due to other barb 46,418 70
The above Statement' 'correct, eo the ieet
of my knowledge.and• belief.' • '
_ J. W.-WEIII, aohier.'
Sworn and anbecribed`lefore toe,'
dlt .Wurmerb Hune,'Alderman.
so - A'ithorsr . •snowrf
NOTICE TO'MILITARY OFFICERS.
'I[AT/1113. ohr Lind, asiostment of
int er im s Qf imd, reilsbk tos'iti,,korelleirldi to
ix; ct wi; sborniace In'll4 o asl manner
lowers nnifiainp._ %Ann•Anima Md. and. bow' *owls
salable fot 0 11, ertintAt nu band ..aeg
'OAMP - WJIMNG 048Ekil
:-. /.I. , •corranuNG
PAPER, iraviimorzs, •
~ p ENS AND PEN usis:
Just the thing to darili . hi tti knapeacdr. Price 4 XRR:
ode, mmy 1311 OS For sits :Sa t e it- „
ItaltaNM/VDCHICAP 8008 STORK.
(T BE Booth Nardi &hoot Directors will
reptivl pgopralghe-firdldlng, a two akar
inlet sehoortante, on the aria of /fourth street> and
Blaettlarr7 alley. The payments will be made fitniab;
SI the bolding programa", rearlinf on tlkeen oent.
till comted. Ylait and aprOli hat an , be seep at
he office of Dr. O. Fella, ESL* irOpocala man be
ed to Jacob Honier. — ProaidoM, on Or . before Att
;nth. 'l3teattleeritlgt actomplartheasala.
r. I undersigneid coffers at private: sale a
TWO STORY WRA3IE HOUSE -
haircut eat inOrfeet deep Muted on Sant State
t nee rilleeetw—lbtlionewir 'l:[••••itn,r4"lo'
_ , , ; kijnltennidlitbelead 'r
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
LMT a few of the wortrdiaordere that
staid Maki d arise from corrupt on MO so
cumulates In Ale blood. Of sittithe discoveries tba
have been mmill . .lto purge it outilson. ba‘e be n *nod
which could In erect vie. t: lmam/ to-Acv of
ElittkiTAßlLl A. I I.an es arid fortovates the I 1e04.1e.
.t IL .he Malt . iuto the y t m rnd purs*Ont
the humor . eh make , dais e . It stimulates • tae
beelt.y mot of the bdi and expels the diseirders
that gow a dinn• le in ui• bl od. us extranriteary
virtues are not. yet 1110611 , known, net wh n t ey are is
will no :onyx tea quest'. n what remedy to emi /0 • in
th • grwit varety 41 efilletng caseates that , eqd e .. J an
on, ha I rig been monad fur, and now, 'or the drat tame.
the a nblto have of at .'n wen h they can depend. Our
tpaes utredoes not admit a rt flea ea t • t how it. &fent.
Het the trial of s pipet) ho t e wilt show to tie sl k
that It has virtues eurresernigtatythasg tin? have aver
taken. :Adorers iron Sow L 1.., reform na Bwel ins.
and :wee. try it, a d see the rapidity with which • t
en es. Sk a Diatom RitepGa, Pa via, B adult,
iikeptess Ste :ett- Mol ie elraorts get of
•SC irtMaybritre; tat , Ailbffelas, Ildtar or Sall
Ethersir,'#aski Beal, 'Migraine 'fn.; it 0 , d not be
=One raft an be twspritty coartidby Ana's
Sokiliator,. ",,,.. Direares itrystjpilled from the
opt it Atli* toll ass of th ltyiludvxma, an 4
tavintr*lst JaatityLes little I:tytw:kad the
eleetwh. .= ' ' 4, - '-' - '
Amato Dimon axe castled by. ..vials In the bbxrf,
&attar, germs 17 Woo cured by t , 14 Ens= ow Sane.
EaIULLA. Irk* $t per bottl; or 0 bmtlea fbrss.
lfersB till tarPoNl of a rapar Ph711.3,' balm arra's
Clammiest:l'4'MA' ari iv.'rYarturo kn-wo to be
.11a b. r purgautblairl , ofsO,d to tie American l'a•
p • came peattoz. or sbazas fur
Prep witty Pt. ;T:lik AVIA &00.,`Lawal, at iva . an d
and .y prudes iteryarto44
btld by 0 A 11. 4 147 b, ;rola & (b., 0. IL He
/or, J. as. Lots, Di. id eh Y: Wyatt' .nd denier a eve 7-
TN punniaoce of an Order of fin Or-
Sams' r'oa•t of Daupta county, will be exywei
rn s us or Thursday, the aSth Oar or august, us the
A t•taln lot or Oros Of, ground situate in vast
Hanour torrnsldp, lo the con tir,lTreald, ad.oiting
la di or .1 , hn Bordner, Albion Bohno and I laid
!Moser, oontalog about seventy squaws perotoss.
'erlon erected a,- • -
LARGE TWO. STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
with Vgainnent, a good *table and oarrbige bons% with
a gown o chard cw, dm Land - an sr Oen wad of water.
be:0010*w Impr remota. This gtv is about
fourteen =Pee fr. Han gn the Jonestown ma g,
a sheet dlat nos bellw,.',libvird tavern "and is a very
deny gblo loc. t a. lat , l7llofe agitate of vg lin J. :tell de , gg
Attending% will be &on avd a wditionv of vale made
kagara Ityr.Tolin eheu and'John Outmatch, adm Matra
tors of sa d diced.
Harr *burg, Ant. 6,18 g. tur Id 21w
BOSTON, August 6
Is now prepared to furnish o ffi cer's
military clothing, ar.vordirg to reg ulations at short
natic• Al.O general assortment of Cloths, Cast amerce, Veathigs and ready made °lathiest for civet...,
A GOOD blacksmith and helper or boy
In smith shop, apply at EAGLE W 011.133
Nmir Tour., Aug. 6
GAIETY MUSIC HALL.
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN
EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY
NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT.
NEW NEW NEW'NEW
TROUPE TROUPE TROUPE TROUPE.
ARi STABS STABS STABS.
ACTS ACTS ACTS ACTS.
MONS MONS. MONK MONS.
DE LOUIS DE LOUId DE LOUIS
TERRIFIC . lEREMO TERRIFIC
BAR BAR BAR
AOT ACT ACT.
BERTHELON. BERTHELON.• .
NUBBY, PERRY,. YANHORN,
Bdß EDWARLIS. DONNEL
The Queen of. Sam.
Tinos Raz Ho** Othipmandfribiaints au onpootad,
Dot ail to Como and Nes tati :saintirdon only 10 an&
Mogul& • •
808 .EDWAREE, Mir-Louse analtantger.
VW& RE THILLOtt, Rags Manager.
IXECDTRIX'S NatlO.E_ ...- -
IowARAH" LA. 'ALDRED; :'"lkreiattrix ' o
Jim o'i• of Thomas Ahmed, ,dodo.. bite of tbS
et , ' SW Moniabusit, Paortio comaty; hating. tett. e f ,
t ta•-y piatett so them br tistiltoght• r (ID 4-
oourtty,twob. Doan a a I portteLiodebtod to raid;
estate to took 4 tatioodido payment. and th° • .b•• 11 11
Cams .tet•preAsit $ ..in ProPorlr• sittbetitlitatod hr
imisaasat to Va. above mined *matrix. altz.ew.
IrITHERE/41, How:Table Joni J.
I 1 Pittont. Preknont
,of - the Court of common
Pleas Mille Well % Je..telal District, conaletthg of tit:
counties at Lebanon agegjiatipth n, and - the on Samo
a Lamas and NOM Markt, associate Judges In
Dauphin, county, having isened tuck precept, bearing
date the MM. day t ot June,: 1802, to, me directed, for
holdbgra Overt, of Oyer andleconner and General Jail
Delivery and Quarter INNMN of the Peace at Harrisburg,
* the county of Maputo, and to commence on Tag Ont
moan' ocatillest tram being . .the 28m oar or Acorn,
18111; ma to inaleate one weeks.
Notice N therefore hereby given to the aerator, Ins
tbM of the Pace, Akkomen, and Constables of the said
county of Ha** that they be then and there in their
proper minims, et 10 Wax* In the torenoon of sa .d
day, with their , records, inquisitions, esaminationa,
and their own rememb lances, to do those Mugs
which to their olitoe Appertains to be ;eons, and , • those
who are bog* to reecsmizances to promote against the
primibers that or Abell be in the Jailof Dauphin coun
ty, be then ind thereto prosechw against thlm as shall
- under my - hand at Harrisburg, the 4th day of
'INNS, in the year , of our Lcird; 1832, and in the
'eighty-Math Tear of the Independence of the United states
J: D. BOAS, Sheriff.
Baintelt Onus 1.
Harrisburg. Aug. 4 , 1862. j
. . , .
Npw- offer for sale that valuable
1 city situated on the emnerpf,MaTirat . and Fifth
tiCrles residence ; if riot . - told on or b e .
the first of September next at private sale, it will
di pos ed off at public 'oritorY' on ' that day, on the
_ , , , J. H. HAMM.
p J, HALDEMAN will sell lots _on
North street And l'onuoylnala imam .1 0
desiring to maw*. Apply corner Float mid
1 / 3 /q , - . 7y81.414-,
, ch ee s e . i frorn..,New York) Ran:
Imerdernehneeneelinkeide low by •,......,::
—tin 4issta b * erzt - NlO/101** BOW MAN Xt.
corner hake asotairliet streets.
85 MARKET ST., HARRISBURG,
LOTS FOR SALE.
New ab 1 - 77 -. ""-ti s ;7-Its
UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN THE UNITED
STATES AND SLIPERIuII TO ANY
OFF gliEb IN PEN NSY uvANIA!
IT IS MADE OF
CHOICE MISSOUiit I%itITE WOW.
Mr. Mitered *fly phi -e in vie city, free of clu zge
TERNS, Cash on delivery.
wm. DOCK, Jr &
SHEET MUSIC, SHEET MUSIC,
S EVERAL thousand pieces of NEW and
ass* t vi , l7 stlimunt moo, comprising re r y k •
Steinway's Unrivalled Piapos,
PIANOS FOR $l6O UP TO el,OOO
SCHOOL AND CHURCH ORGANS
FROM EIGHTY DOLLARS.
PRINCE'S MELODEONS &c
From Forty-live Dollars.
nal m us! osl minium:llm of every kind
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES,
MOE PIER . AND MANTLE MIRRORS
made to order. Constantly on hand a large r e iaty
PHOTOGRAPH FRAM ES.
Fruga l , orrery description made to order at the short=:
At the New Neste Store of
S. WARD & CO.
No. 14 Market Suara, near Cohler's
GLASS FRUIT JARS!!
BEST AND CHEAPEST I
CALL AND EXAMINE,
i 730 WM. DOCK, Ju. &CO
VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE
WILLbe offered at public sale, OD
Thursday, the 11th day of September, et 2
o'clock, at Brant's Hall in the city of ilarrisburg
1 Witty th - es acres of land with an exc dent frnma
hone • and barn and outbulldiars, situated tartly in
tne City riariisonrg and pardyin :mature to werair
This property is situated on the South of kiummali.
town turnpike, • portion of whioo h•s a butubfal
1 cation on a bill, directly facing the city of Errs
burg, to be sold in three acre loss.
also slot or pimeofground Mtnsted in Market iutre,
ad 'oloing Jones' House, haying a front of 27 iine %nit
extending but 1573 feet to 20 test alley, thus %
erected a two story brook house with two story bask
brick building and stable, having the use of • Ms
feet alley on Market S mare, being ono of the 1120
desirable situations for hostile/0 or -Drivat• roe donna so
the city. Possession given cn let of 00tOber ext.
O , nd;tione of idea are 10 per mot. of the pu , &ea
money to oe paid oa the day of mis t the balance of toe
one ban' of the pnrcbaae money when the title le
made, and the balance In two equal an nal paynorti
with Into eat, from t e time posses don isglren. Tote
secured by bonds and mortgago,
A plan f the timer acre l .:8 ban be rem at 'he bad
and shoe store of A. Hummel, next door to tae Coco
House, (farm ,urg.
I nil attendanze will be given b
THE PIC NIC OF THE SEASON
"TWIN OUT ONR AND ILL"
THE FRIENDSHIP FIRE COM?ANY,
Will gke a
AT MUMMA'S WOODS,
ON •TUESDAY, AUGUST TWELFTII,
AU the eltlrons of Dauphin and Cumhulind oun
ties are respectfully invited tqplrtleip.ite.
Will bs Issued on the Cumberland ,Valley Railroad
making the are only
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
from Harrisburg to Mechanicsburg and return. Gen-
Moment Octets - twenty ATV Bents, admitting them In
the woods. ell respectable ladies are Invited without
farther charge than their tare.
WEBER'S STEINS BAND
- will be in attendanee. The company have also agreed
to take th eir blealn Engine along arm give a trial in
• eche nice b urg chain, the nay, for the benet t of per•
10112, who have never seen it work. The care Will
leave liar rieburg at B.th A, at, and returning Will
ma- • 'Mechanicsburg at 6.45,p. persons are
marailted to purchase their tie. ets
. 0 afore entering the
No spirltous or malt liquors will be allowed on the
grounds and all persons are positively forbidden to
*time ou the grounds intoxicated
sul,ur4N iLD, e N DREW °CHLATER,
R 0 41/11T 7/017GEIT, ABRolid N srgaz,
ct. 013.te: Managers.
N t 3. It is hoped that our citizens wI 1 all join with
makeving an old style
es our object is to
enough money to make payment due on our
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HAVING leased the Coal Yard, foot of
North street, lately occupied by 0. D. rooter
II am enabled to supply the publiC with a
OF THE DIFFERENT
VARIETY AND SIZES OF
Orders respectfully solicited—which, if left at ,the
Pater loot of North street, or at the °Oka of Wm•
?oak, Jr. & Co., will rocs ye prompt &Volition.
C PALP ,Oi 1 (or all kinds of machinery,
Ea amaltiadaarge "Lamm for sale by
Pie Cornor Front od Sakti street.
W ORqP,I3I7II‘IIFL aad
ALB Br HUMP L,
Executor of David flu clme , d•o'd