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PEOPLE'S UNION STATE TICKET
THOMAS E. COCHRAN
of York County
WILLIAM B. ROBB,
of Luzerne County
Yriday Morning, August 8,1862.
THE CURSE OF MOD ERN DEMOCRACY
If the aggressive principle of modern De
mocracy, had worked no other evil 'than that
which it produced by arming the mobs of the
south, we could pass it by and almOst forget
that enormity. If it never had conceived any
other mischief than that of imbuing the slave
holders of the south with 'treason, we might
deem it still harmless for extensive corruption
while it was incapable of doing good. The real
danger of this principle of modem Democracy,
Is the corruption which it is working where all
should be ptire and patriotic. If it had not
been for the influence of the Democratic lead
ers, the people of the free states would have
crushed this rebellion long since. We had the
power and the means at band. The people
were honestly anxious that treason should be
wiped out, and • the rebellion put down, but
their unanimity was invaded, while schism, and
doubt, and difference followed in steady suc
cession, until on several occasions the govern
ment was placed more in peril by such in
fluences' than it was ever menaced by any of
the powers or forces which traitors had been
able to invoke or array against it. One of the
latest instances of the working of this influence
of modern Democracy, is contained in the con.
duct of the Democratic commissioners of Mont
gomery county. The people of that county
had nobly rallied to sustain the cause of the
Union. Its quota of volunteers was in a fair
way of being raised, when those thus dedicating
themselves to a good cause, only asked that
they should be placed on a similar footing with
the volunteers from other counties, and that
the bounty insured in other localities be also
vouchsafed to the men of Montgomery county.
In accordance with this feeling, the citizens of
the county, with a unanimity which there was no
mistaking, asked the commissioners chat a MITI
be appropriated sufficient to pay the bounty
raised by other counties in the Commonwealth.
Nay, they offered to indemnify the commis
sioners from all personal responsibility, .by
placing an equal sum at their disposal to that
which they were asked to appropriate to pay
the beauty. This was flatly and emphatically
refused by the Democratic commissioners of Mont
emery county. They denied all support to
those who went forth to fight the bat- I
ties of the Union—they rejected the ap
peal of some of their most respectable
constituents, and intrenching themselves be
hind the mere pretext that they bad no au
thority to make such an appropriation, they
have left the wives and the children of those
who•went forth to battle to depend upon the
charity of their nrighbors, instead of giving
them a right to the munificence and the bounti
ful wealth of the whole county.
We would not hold the Democratic party in
an individual sense responsible for such acts, but
welt) declexe that the refusal was stimulated
by the.lufluence and the effort of modem Dem;
ooratio principles. If this is not the case, the.
commissioners who thus reflised to pay' a boun
ty, are very devils incarnate, incapable of every
feeling for the suffering, unmovable to the ap
peals of the patriotic, and too mean and tow-'
ardly to respond to any emotions, save such
as minister to their own passions or flatter their'
/eau Muir BE No Duet in the performance
of our duty when the country demands.—
Note is the time to rally to the support of the
Government. The rebels through a conscrip
tion act, have gathered their whole strength,
for.one rest and tremendous Fort to throw the war
into the North ! It is the last struggle of the
rebilla.' If they are defeated in their .present
purpose, the end of the war is near at hand.
Our army is ready to meet the enemy, but the
rebels far outnumber than. The gallant fellows
will dispute every Inch of the way, and may
succeed in checking the advance. But we want
a line of fresh bayonets behind them, extending
from Washington to Cairo. Ibis Is essential to
prdect the North, to say nothing about crush
ing the rebellion. The new army must bes in
the field this month The government, know
ing the emergency, so deblares; and if volun
teering fails, the draft will be resorted to. The
emsrgeney Is of the most serious character, and
it behooves every citizen to heed it. Theaktn
try calls upon everi r man. No one can remain
calm ancLidle and taim to be loyal. The crisis
will not permit it. Why are the thonaands
who can volunteer not doing it? Why is not
the call of the country heeded, and why are
not our young men rallying to the standard of
the republic ? You, merchant—you, farmer—
you; mechanic—and you, capitalist, who are
making no effort to arouse these young men,
are responsible for it I If you are not disposed
to volunteer, it is your solemn duty to urge
others to it. You are negligent—the fault is
With yon. Could you conceive the horrors
that an invasion would bring to your doors, you
would close your counting-room, shut up your
shop, or desert your farm, until the new army
wee filled to the full. It is no time for the
patriot to make money now. his the day for
sacrifices—the sacrifice of time, of money, of
blood;; and he :who does not step np' to the
work is Kee false - Etii4lit,
WOe to hblomit . . AhatirloitlSODE * think of thte.
General individual effort, now, will rapidly fill
up the new army, and disperse the clouds that
darken the temple of liberty. Will you act, or
will you remain deaf to the call of your country!
GEN. CAMERON'S ADDRESS TO TEE EH-
PEROR OF RUSSIA
This document, which was published in the
Ts',roams a few weeks since, we regard as the
most remarkable and able state paper that has
lately appeared. It is not a mere address of
courteous and friendly expression such as have
been delivered by the do-nothing ministers at
the Court of St. Petersburg, who have, almost
time out of name, represented the United States
government there. It is the plain and firm, yet
polished and. clear statement of our national
°audition and sentiments, to our oldest national
friend. And the task - of expressing those
sentiments, for the caution of the other govern
ments of Europe as well as the information of
the Russian Emperor, was properly entrusted
to General Cameron. He it was who had just
succeeded in Organizing the finest army the
world ever seen, with a celerity and an efficfen•
cy never equalled. He had saved the national
capital at a time when the boldest held his
breath from apprehension of what the next day
would bring forth, or the next tick of the tele
graph announced. Be had justified—fully and
nobly—the trust reposed in him, and be was
therefore the roan—the war minister of this
great nation, to be commissioned with the duty
of announcing to Europe, from the shores of
the Gulf of Finland, the position of our nation,
and its ability to make good that position
against the world.
The policy of Gen. Cameron's withdraws
from the Secretaryship of War, and the reason
of his present position, are now as plain and as
apparent as the inuendoes of his opponents and
the assertion of a forced resignation, are seen
to be unfounded. The points of this renaarka
ble state paper are chosen with great judgment,
and expressed with wonderful tact. Russia
and the United States, it says, are both un
dergoing the process of being released from
the pressure of slavery ; the one by the wise and
humane exertions of the preaent Emperor ; the
other under " the guidance of Divine Provi
dence" and the force of the events of the . age.
Next, an 1111134 cm is made to the duty of Rus
sia and the United States to maintain their re
spective positions—the one in the old and the
other in the new world—with the significant
addition, that the perpetuity of the republican
system in America is necessary to the best in
terests of the world. In other words, that the
"Monroe Doctrine" is to be maintained.—
The final and main announcement is, that
though our system of government does not
admit of large standing armies in time of
peace, the United States government " will
never want soldiers to maintain its domestic
security or defend 'its• national honor."
There it is, a plain proclamation to all whom
it may concern : We will regulate our own
affairs and institutions according to our own
discretion. We will permit no disturbance of
our Ametican system on this continent. And
if those principles and measures are unaccept
able to any, we will maintain them by force,
against, the world, if need.
Again, we would commend this able docu
ment to the careful perusal of the people. They
will fled it—in every line— to be pregnant
with noble meaning. It is the voice of the
nation, uttered almost at the extremity-of the
earth ; but it will find a full response in every
patriotic heart in the universe.
EXTRAORDINARY DEVELOPMENT IN
The report of the Grand Jury of the Dietricf
Court of the United States, in the state of Indi
diana, for the May term, makes the most fear.'
fat and startling disclosures, going to prove
the treacherous conduct of the Knights of 114
Golden Circle. We have not the room to spare
to print this document entire, but we trust that
it will suffice the reader to know that devel
opments are made . by that report implicating
the Knights of the Golden Circle in: a manner at
once to leave no doubt of their identity with
rebellion We extract a portion of this report,,
to show the reader the extent and the danger
of the operations of thliorder :
The Knights of the Golden Circle have signals by
which tuey can communicate with .each other
in the day or the night time, and above-all,
they had a signal or sign which may be recog
nized at a great distance from the person giving
it. This last signal, we regret to say, was in-.
vented for the use of such members as should, by
means of the draft or otherwise, be compelled to serve
in the ranks of the army. In such case, members
of the order serving in opposing armies, receiv- 1
ing the aim, are reminded of their obligation
not to injure the member giving it. This signal is
given in every instance upon the initiation of al,
new member, and its observance is strictly en- :
joined upon every individual belonging to the .
order. By-the teachings of the organization, it
is the duty of its members engaged in the pres
ent war, although arrayed on opposite aides, -
upon the signal being given, if they shoot at
all, "to shoot over each other." - Many members o
the order examined before us athnit the binding
force of the obligateon and yrdend to justify it as car
Ted in principle. -
What freeman will not start with horror at
such a disclosure, and what man will wonder
any longer at soma of the extraordinary re
verses which have overtaken our. armies, when
it is confidently known that there are those in
high commands and low positions, now in the
federal armies, strongly suspected of being at
tached to this order. 'Herrvis another extract,
pregnant with meaning and danger :
Not only are the loyal soldiers in the army to bc
tretwhercusly betrayed in the bloody hour of bat,
tie, by the signals, before referred •to, but said
Grand Jury have abundant evidence of the
membership binding themselve to resist tke pay_
matt of the .Feieral tax and prevent adiantarts in
the armies of the 'United States.
The idea of resisting the payment of taxes
has been put forth in this city, by more than
one man suspected of belonging to this" ordei
of traitors, and the fact of Interfering witl4
enlistments is too fresh in the . !rands of dui
public; to need any present reference at our'
When such developillenta are made, it is
time that loyal men were on the alert, and
that the smallest evidence of disloyalty be , at
once seized and crushed out. Otir enemies
untiring and unscrupulous. Let Mt be ,
lent and pnwearied, and by every honordble
and manly means, seek to intstrate Mists desist
Ipertitepthania Matlp Morning, August 8, 1862.
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Gen. Nelson. with 6,000 Union Troops
COXIIIMICATION OPEN WITH WS
The Rebel Morgan Supposed to be at
Gen. Nelson occupied McMinville on Sunday
with 60001 troops. .The. rebel Fonerit fled on
his approach, leaving 40 stragglers to fall into
our hands. The_ rebel Morgan was not there.
Forrest is supposed to be at Sparta with
2000 cavalry. 4
Transportation between Murfreesboro and
McMinnville is open for Unioniats.
The telegraph line is being erected between
General Neulev arrived at Columbia yester
day. A. 0. P. Nicholson, Judge Martin and
brother and Gen. Branch have been sent South.
General Negley dispersed a large concentra
tion of guerillas at Williamsport, twelve miles
from Columbus, on Sunday evening, capturing
Capt. Julian, of the Tennessee troops, put to
flight a gang of guerillas near Bigbysville, a few
miles from Columbia.
The guerillas.near Columbia have been at
tempting to concentrate for some time. The
utmost vigilance is required to prevent their
Liberty is occupied by United States troops.
Cotton boa been burned in considerable quali
ties near Columbia.
Morgan le supposed to be at Knoxville
A NEW REGIMENT FOE THE WAR.
The Governor has authorized the organiza
tion of a new Boston regiment for the war, to
be composed of ten companies of infantry, two
of rifles, and a battery of artillery. Lieutenant
Colonel Batchelder, of the 18th Massachusetts,
will be' made colonel of the new regiment.
The Govern°, suggests that it be mainly offi
cered by soldiers now in the field. • The second
battallion of infantry, the Boston Tigers, are
to be increased to a regiment for nine months
service, and Major 0.. L Holbrook to be colonel.
A general desire is expressed that the white
militia of Massachusetts should be organized,
aimed and equipped, and held in readiness for
call of the government.
BATTLE NEAR MEMPHIS,
Jeff Thompson Driven Back with
The Memphis Bulletin, of the 8d inst., reports
a fight seven miles from town, on Sunday, be
tween a force of 4,000 Federals and the rebels
under Jeff. Thompson. The latter was driven
back with greatioss. No particulars aro given.
More fighting is anticipated. ' •
The Jackson ifurissippian says that Commo
dore Brown, of the ram Arkansas, was wound
ed in the head at the time she run the gauntlet
of the federal fleet.
An officer from Tuseumbia says that, on Sat
urday, the rebel cavalry burned the station
houses at Leighton, ten miles from Tuseumbia,
Nnd at Jonesboro, ten milts from the tame
place, on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
The Paoifio Steamer Golden Gate
Earned at Sea.
One Hundred and Eighty Lives Lost
A MILLION AND A QUARTER OF TBE4
Nary Your, Aug. 7.
The steamer Golden Gate, which left San
francisco July 21st for Panama, with 280 pas,
sengere, $1 004,000 for New York, and $270,000
fur Bogland, was burnt at Sea July 27th, and
one hundred and eighty lives lost. All the
treasure-was also lost.
FROM 0 . 41 if 0, 11.
ARRIVAL OF GEN. CURTIS AND COM. DAVIS
A CONCERT OF ACTION IN MMUtE
Commodore Davis and Gen. Curtis are her
to consult with the Department at Washington
in regard to futnre movements.of the army of
the southwest and the Kiesitsippl flotilla. :Li
future there will be a concert of action between
Six Full Companies Beady. to Pro
ceed to Camp Curtin.
HOLLIDAYSBURG, August 7.
Six full companies will be in Harrisburg by
Saturday evening from Blair county. They
average from 86 to 110 Men each, and are com
mandt d by Wiliages, Zink, Gardnerf
Bell, M'Graw and Hiyette. The seventh coin;
pany will be ready by the 16th.
Arrival of th&aArabia.
Banos, August 7. I
The steamship Arabia, from Liverpoo l,.
Halifax, arrived at this ; port at dayi t,
morning. - Her mails were dispatched by . 1 13 •
morning train, and will be. dite'm Phliadelionj
New York Money Market. 1
. -14uw-Youx, August 6 . I
Sterling exchange dull' t 76a vat p,., a
,& preiro /
Stocks active and higher. C. 8.:1.:64.4111s
Oent..llll. 591, Ills Cent. Bond 95.. Mich 67/ ••N. Y. Cent.l92lo N a .. 6,, fa;
Missouri 6s 461 amount. . Gold 1141. -- • P
Mail ,Co. 1081 e .4.l36eatue ky Ils 614.-, " Transi t
force:coupons 188 E 89segistered.981.
Newry - mu, Aug. 6
BOSTON, August 7
Csrao, Aug. 6
Cara°, Aug. 6
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Pirrienswalk, Aug. 7
There is more activity in the flour market
-6,000 bbls. sold at $5(45 60 for super ; $5 62,1
for extra, and s6®7 fur extra family and fancy,
which is an advance of 124 c per barrel. No
change in Rye flour or cornmeal. Wheat good
request and 66,000 bus sold at $1 2831 85 for
red and $1 45®1 55 fur white. Rye wanted at
80c. Corn in demand and 6,000 bus. sold at
64(365e. Oats wanted at 45c, Penna., and 86
®llBe new Delaware. Coffee quiet—small sales
Rio at 22®221. No change in sugar or molas
see. 'Pt-6171610ns lba. mew pork at
sll®l2 26 and 600 bble. beef on private terms.
Whisky dull at Bk.
Flour steady, but quiet-11,500 bbls. sold.
Wheat advanced lc—sales 140.000 bus. at $l2O
for Chicago spring, $1 19®1 24 for Milwaukee
club, $1 291 84 for red, and $1 3841 46 for
white. Corn advancing-10,000 bus. sold at
67®58c. for old. Mess pork unchanged. Lard
steady. Whisky dull at Villa
BAIIMIOBA August 7.
Flpur active and firm at previous rates.—
Wheat active and advanced 2(48c. Corn
quiet—the supply very light. Oats firm and
lc. higher. Whiskey dull at 88c.
In this city, on the Bth inst., JACOB boon, aged 82
years, 1 month and 4 days.
The Mends and relattres are respectfully Invited to
attend the Were, from his late residence, in litd•
berry street, at 4 o'clock, P. 11.; 40 day..
The deceased was tommersheim, Waitem
burg 0 7aly 2, 1800, and came to this country at an early
age, settling In this city shortly after Ids arrival, where
he has resided for many years. As one or our leading
merchants, lir. Poser ezerted•an immense infleenee
OD the progress and prosperity of this portion of Penn
sylvania. His h'gh integrity, won the respect and
eontlidencxt of his cotemporaties in mercantile circle's,
while the Industry and euterpfate with which be pursued
trade, stimulated the emniallol of those around him,
and added largely to that gen lel spirit of energy withoOt
which no man or community can thrive,
Living to a ripe agq haring done his duty lalthfolly in
alith ings,many will mourn pi death, and few will
refu,e 11 a generous mead of praise which biomes him
that gives is well as he that receives it. Well would it
be for the World, if all men could bequeath to mankind
arresamplent virtoe, temPenance and" strict morality,
such as.llocob Boger leaves to this community. C.
VALUABLE. REAL ESTATE AT
'TIRE subscriber offers to sell at private
j_ sale the Bowing real estate, considered the Moat
voidable in Dauphin county;
No. 1. A three story over shot merchant mill i situate
In- Derry. Deoplihr county, Pennsylvania,
ab ut one mete thermion canal and Union Dep .sit
and ..td mile from the' Libation' 'ltalteY railroad station.
Toe mw Is 4b b„, 65 lbet t -wt h kiln dry attached. Three
water wile As and six pair of runoingstones and a never
falling water'power—at out halt the power flows from
strong spriugs in the mill us, 0, allJ the ■ ream of water
known as Spring (week. The mill and machinery are
In ftrat tate order and repem to do countryor merchant
work. Also duly acres or land, thereon erected the
above mill, two s ono' dwelling loan*, bunk barn,
wagon shed. smoke noose, cooper shop, (teal hems and
all no essary ontbuildiogs, and &thriving young orchard
t choice fruit trots Therm-la a well.. of good water at
th door or the bowie, and all the buildings ate in good
order And repair Thel.nd is all limerone, under good
fence and in a high stateof celtivatimi.
No: 2 counting about 21 aerie of chestnut timber land
situate about two milei [tom number one.
N.J. 8 contain!' one arr.. Alololug tract cumber one,
there n erected a two story atlas diroloog 11 ,, tne, eta—
W., and other out buitOlogr, withi eipring 'or running
Miter near the door.
The property will be sold together or seperate to snit
Arlse.propeaty.ps positively in an respect.
as it is stated. It also affords the' most convenient
lottalitlee kw a furnace. Baw mill pear the rallrost.
nny.psinun vathing to view field property will please
call on the anbatolber.reeldlog on lot number one.
The Deftest' will be sold . reasoftoly, and terms of
plyinent'msde easy Isom s 4 n and's gold title will be
given on the first day of Moll next
mud-d te . J HN LUIZ,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE I I
Will be aikl al Public Sale, oil Friday, the sth
day of Dx., 1862,
(I N the premises, situate in Derry town
abiP, Dalpldnnounkr, about 1 mile from Bookers
vine, two miles from Campbellatown, one mile flow
Darr a 1110 n, on the Le.bauon Va lay rat/road, on the
pnbito road, leading from the Horse shoe turnplte to
ths Colebrook road all the real - estate of Daniel Fish•
buro, dec'd., oomsist'ng'of a first rate
coueduing littacre3 more!or less, six acne of which is
gocid wad Laid; and the balance tle aed, well f need,
and In a high state of cultivation, thereon erected •
large two story
tr .. "' • FE•AME HOUSE
1 , / ,' and a — large hank barn;do by 86 feet, and 20
feet high a large atone oat h.ose, wig n
s ed, la ge stone hog pas, and other out
buildiess apump wt h tomever thou% well of wide;
rn y'27 feet der• p at the door, with a first rate obit re
under roof at the outhouse, with rn Meg water / n the
farm.brat /ate orabard of choice Lad trees,
semi , 4ely - fitted' with deventfaet p ling There is
da l on the farm a lime silo, with an abun-anre of
limestone, aid it is one of the - best situation in tho
o 11m.y-for the ea e of lime. •
This Troorrty admins lands of Jamb Hersbey, Cyrus
Binge lot, °ate John G user ch,) Jonas Mt lar Joseph
Be, shey"aod-Derli Besot; Is situ lot aeons of the best
larmibg distrims in the Stye, convenient to mil% e oret,
enh of ;ogee sna aural et, and is one t f thamold
rirable farms in the county, andwell worth the atten-
'lieu ofcaolt.tieta,' •
Also, at the mane t'me and piste, flee acres of good
CHESTNUT S'l'llotrT LAND,
Shute 214 miles from the •faun, 'adjoining lands cf
Jouna beef ge, snit ottani,
PersoLs WisiOng to view the propefty can call on the
esti lo eomoienoe at 10 (Polak A. w, of Nod 'day,
when attend.nee wi 1 be Riven and cond.tioA Moue
known by BaNJAMpf IItIIBUI4N. anent w.
sir "Adler" Reading and 4 .Volltrfiennd” Lance:ter,
will please. Wert the above.. Send the pnper regular to
the adveituer- r er i h*Weekt,audiend'Uld tAllYdt ‘ llB,ll '
ately to tate officelie , ' ' • ' •
Confectionbry& Fr' uit Store
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL RINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMOMS,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS, •
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
And vegetabko of all•klade; brought direct from :ihe
Eastern Market.,, twice a week, and purchased under my
prrsoold eapervition, Quit eniclldf in, to Bella better
and cheaper article titan any IV the market.: .
• yor-Oroere tenni* eistonoe'atiWinted to promptly, an
goods dedVered is any pert if thicity free of charge.
ilatra CANNED FRITZU ettnewAtly on band taltrit
me a call. JOHN WIES.
MILITARY CLAIM AGENCY I
BACK PAY, BOUNTY;
PENSION" & SUBSISTENCE !
EUGENE Snyder . , Attorney at Law
oinee;Tbard±sireet, Etarriabarg:Ta., will attend
w we ooldeotlon of military„ claims, under the set ok
Assembly, of April 16, 1862 Back pay of dlachargel
and deceased saner& Bounty order Act of Co
Joy, 22, 1861. Penton" araceezei for anbilet
, DiCii/StakCiakS; '
TEE South Ward School Directors will
wilr receive propo els for building a two atory
brick school house, o . the carter of Pouitg street and
Blackberry at ey. The as m nts wt Ibe made in cub,
as ths bedding programs, reuse-slog flit. en per cent.
till completed. Plan and sp cifitellan e.n tie seen at
the cdlice of Dr. O. • eller. , ealed proposals must be
handrd to Jacob li - tuier President, on or bef,re Au
gust 12th. Securities must accompiny the proposals.
T RAumiersigned offers, at private sale a
TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE,
26 feet front rani 100 feet deep, situated on Etet State
dread near Elbert The bowie is In *o4d repair. hat
Women' kitchen, water goo and all the modern hr prove-
MOWS. 16 . . r turtherinfOrmation enquire on the oremnen.
an 6.41150 EDWARD FARBER
Now YORK, Aug. 7
• eFortem ctril ELE
M 01U , AIN T TAIL 0 R
NO. )36 *seam STREET.
NOTICE T(Y MILF-PAR? CiFNICERS.
RAYING on hand an assortment of
materials of gold, reliable quality, Is prepared to
m.- up, upon short notice and in the best meaner,
officers uniforms. Also Denied shirts Ind other stools
suitable Ibr ofill.ers outfit on band surdlm
PENS AND PENCILS.
Just the thing to carry In the knapsack. Prim oom
plete, on'y 38 a nts. For sale at
ItEWINE:II , 3 CHEAP BCC& STORE.
TOT a few of the wont disorders that
afflict mankind arise from the corrapt , on that an
cumulates In the blood. Of all the discoveries that
have been made to purge it out, none have been itiund
which could equal in *Sect YU'S Oistromrn Ltritaor or
SAIMPARILIA. It cleanses and renovates the blood, In.
4113 the vigor of health into the .yattm end purges out
the humor which make disease. It stimulates the,
healtby intuitions of the body and expels the disorders
that row a d retitle in the bl Pod. tai extraordinary
virtues are not yet widely known, but when toey are It
will no longer te a question What remedy to employ in
th 4 great varietyof 'Mang Mimeses that require an
alterative rem-dy. Stich a remedy, that could be relied
on, has long been sought for, endwise, for the first time,
the public have ore on which they can depend. Our
space *ere does not admit piertliceves to show its effects.
But the trial of a etogle 'boit e will show to the -k
that it has virtues surpaesing anything they Dave ever
taken. Sufferers from Scrofula, terefuti.ne Swel loge
sod Sires, try it, is , d see the rapidity with which it
ewes. Skis Diseases, Pimples, Peeeks, Blotches,
Brep'fects de., are soon 011f1,000 MA of the ay, tem.
81. Anthony's .Pgre, Rose Or 'Brysipdas, Mier or Sok
Rheum, -.cold Head, Ringworm, ko., should not be
borne while they can be so speedily cured by Avant's
Syphilis's or Venereal Diseases ls expelled from the
system by the prJonged use of thls PAIMArAnniA, and
the patient Is left as healthy es If be had never bad the
Dixases are ceased byeirefola In the blood,
and are genera'ly soon eared by this Rafter 07 Stan.
rases. Price $l per; bottle, or 6 bellies Ow $5.
Por all the purposes of a family physi ' take A Tiles
0•111.411110 which are everywhere known to be
'hob, sr purgative teat lk Mimed to the American Deo.
p e Price 26 cents per Box, or abuses for $l.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES & 00., Low. P, Ms , s. and
ao d I.y Drugeis a everywhere.
Sold by 0 A. D,nvirt, D. W. Grose& Co,. 0. H. Bel.
'er, J. M. Lutz, Dr iti ey, Wyeth end dealers awry
SS MARKET ST., HARRISBURG,
Tsnow prepared to furnish o ffi cer's
military o'otbing. wunrdirf to regulations at short
arnica Alcoa general assortment of ctottui, !mere%
Vesdngs and ready mace olothing for olvdiatii.
A GOOD black smith and helper or boy
JCL In smith shop, apply at EAGLE WOE 6 4,
GAIETY MUSIC HALL
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN
EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY
NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT - NIGHT.
NEW NEW NEW NEW
TROUPE TROUPE TROUPE TROUPE.
S ['Ails STABS STARS STARS.
ACTS ACTS ACTS ACTS.
MONS MONS. MONS. MONS.
DE LOUIS DE LOUIS DE LOUIS
• TERRIFIC TERRIFIC TERRIFIC
BAR BAR BAR
HAMS HAT taS.
MIIRItY, PERRY, VANHORN,
808 EDWARDS, DONNEL
The Queen of Bong,
MISS JULIA EDWARDS.
Three Star Seined° Singers and. Dancers are expected
by, every train.
Dont tall to come and ate na: admlaidon only 10 and
808 EDWARDS, sole Leases and )Onager.
au3 DICE REF THELON, Stage Manager.
ARAH A. ALDRED, Executrix of
the estate of Thomas Aldred, dec'd., late of the
of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, having lettere
testamentary - granted to them by the Begisa r of Dr u•
phis county, hereby notifies a 1 parties indebted to said
%date to make immediate payment, and More having
c'edins to pretent teem properly authenticated for
settlement to the above named' areestrix. ani.err
VVHEREftB, the Honorable lona J.
P 155305, President of the Court of Common
Pleas in the Twelfth Junictal District, consisting of the
counties of Lebanon and Dauphi ii, and the Hon. &we
st. LAMS and Hon. Mosso B. Yuma, Associate indien in
Dauphin:. countyilieving issued tneir preempt, bearing
date the 18th day ot June, Mak to me directed, for
holdings Court of Oyer and Termfiier and General Jail
Delivery and Heater Beak= of the Peace all flerrisburp,
for the county of Dauphin, and to commence on ten 417
Noma' OP AMMO NISI, being •the DAT . or AuGusr,
18434 rand to continuo one weeks: - -
Notice Is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, ins.
time of the Peaoe,./Idermen," and Denstables of the said
county of Dauphin, that they be then and there In their
proper persons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, with their records, inquisitions, examinations;
and their own remembrances, to do those thing,
which to their oftke appertains to be done, sat those
who are bonndinrecogniaancee to prosecute against UM
prisoners that ars or shall be lathe And DanPuin eouni
ty, be then and there to prosecute against them as shall
Given under my Mad, at Harrisburg, the 4th day
August, In the year of our Lord : _ DM; and in" the
ethtyiplimbyeer of the hsdependence of thelleilted thiteel
• I.DBOAIL Nairn I
iklaifillOPHilia • "—AL
Marreatelith hag:* Wee If
PDBIFY THE BLOOD.
UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN TFIE UNITED
STATES AND SUPERIOR 10 ANY
OFF BRED IN PENNSYLVANIA !
17 IS MADE OF
CHOICE MISSOURI RITE Willal.
Aar Detvered any pie ef I the city, free of charge.
TERMS, Cash on delivery,
Wil. COCK, Jr., &Co
CLASS FRUIT JARS!!
BEST AND CHEAPEST ! ! I
VALUABL' AND DESIRABLE
7ILL be offered at public sale, o n
Thursday, the 11th day of September. st 'l.
o' oak, at Brant's Hall in the city of , isr risbu
Thirty th le acres of land with an exc beat fram rg
hone • and barn and mabulldin es, situated ' , army in
the city '.f igarrisbarg and par lyiu.sa-atara township.
That property is situated on the :Fatah of tiummels•
town turnpike, a portion of chic ihsa brannful
1 nation on a till], dire .tly facing the city of Hams.
burg, to be sold in tures acre lo c •
•bie•lot or pi tie ofgrouod situated in Market mare,
soil:doing Jones' House, having a front or 27 r ed and
eateeding bac c 157% feet to 25 .e 3 alley, there in
erected a two story brick house with two at ory back
bri k millding and :tool •, haviug the use of a tires
fdet +Hey on Market $ Aare, being one of tne not
desinsole a fusions fo i business or private res deuce It
the city. Pe•session &At n let of Octobin. out
0 ad;tioos of Wes are 10 par cont. of the pu-clue
money to be paid 0., the day of wile, the balance of Ire
use half of the purchase money whin ihe title is
made, and the balance in two equal en ual paymezn
with tote est, from t a time possession isgi van. Tobe
secured by bonds and mortgage,
. plan • f the thi tc acre b..s. an be seen at the bet
and oboe store of A. Hummel, flex doe, to the Court
1 tie aliendanze will be given b
THEM NIC OF THE SEASON
"TURN OUT ONE AND ALL."
THE FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY,
Will give a
P I -N IC 5
AT MUMMA'S WOODS ,
ON TUESDAY, AUGUST TWELFTH, 1862.
All the citizens of dauphin and Cumbsrland nun •
ties are respectfully invited to participate.
Will be issued on the Cumberland 'Valley Railroad
making the Sire only
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
from Harrisburg to Mechanicsburg and return. Gen
tlemene tickets twenty five cents, admitting them in
the woods. All respectable ladies are Invited without
further charge than their fare.
WEBER'S STRING BAND
will be in attendant*. The company have also agreed
to take their Steam Engine Edema and give a trial in
',dacha nicab urg durlnk the day, for the benefit of per.
eons who have never seen it work. The cars will
leave Harrisburg at B.oh a. at, and returning will
lease bleehaziesburg at 8.46,e. Y. AM persons are
requested to purchase their Meseta b afore entering the
No spiritons or malt liquors will be allowed on the
grounds, and all persons are positively forbidden to
come on the grounds intoxicated
SULLIVAN s,CnILD, A NDREW KIDAYER,
ROaERT FOUGHT, ABIta.HA
a, GAIN: EA..•N,:.,T, Managers.
N R. It is hoped that our citizens art l all join with
nein having an old style Plc- , io, as our objoct Is to
make enough money to make a payment due on our
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
HtVlNitasegthLCnal Yard, iont o f
I am enabled to supply the public with a
OF THE DIFFERENT
VARIETY AND SIZES OF
Orders respectfully solicited—which, if left at ithe
Mace, loot of North street, or at the office of Wm.
Dock, & Co., will rece vs prompt attention.
CHEAP Oil for all kinds of machinery,
in small and large packages, for sale tr:
N & HOW MA 4',
• 9 Corner Froot •nd Market street.
ACT ACT ACT
wE are closing ..ut a VERY SUPEIL[OR
Lon at less lhan cost
0 ALL and examine those new jars for
kJ Fruit, the beat, cheap st and a'mp lest in in market,
for sale by NICIIOLS & t3O WMAN,
jel9. (Ortier Front an a Market street.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.-60 boesx
Just received and in prime
v o y r . d p er o . ix,
PRESERVING jars, fruit cans of al
kinds, for Nile low,
NI b ,
y CHOLS & BOWMAN,
• Corner Front and Market streets.
, OBACCO and segara of all kinds, for
sale by NICHOLS & BOWMaN,
j .29 Corner t rent and Market Streets.
LOVERING'S bugare and syrups for
sale low, by ithriOL= & BOW ,IPA;
Jr 29 Corner Front and Market street,.
BROWN sugars of ail grades,for " sale
low, by eICHOII3 &
jab Corner Front ant li.treet streets.
A Very choice lot, equal to the celebra
lei (imported) Yorkshire, J ur re eieed.
OCKP3., k CO.
A MALL ' j but very superior lot of
ust received, by
VOL DOCK, Jr. .8:Co.
FAMILY WAtiIIING BLUE, an excel.
lent anbetltate ter Indigo, for sale at the wholesale
wild Wan grocer y
corner oaront and ilatke t
more of NICHOLS X BOWiiii,
-----------------. . _
iad beanOLl artage,for eels by
. - . NICHOLS a OriAitk
New Orleans sugar, a Cheap
• Ceram Woe. aadifaricat
New M ut t----7'3fmtnts
CALL AND EXAMINE,
WM DOCK, A:. &CO
WORT. HUM ooL ani
kaatukor of David Ilu lime , dko'd
WM. 'DOOR Jr.. k