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PEOPLE:-S: UNION STATE• TICKET.
THOMAS E, 000HRAN,
of York County
WItLIAM. S. BOSS,
of Luzerne County.
Tuesday Afternoon, August 12,1889.
17NION COUNTY CONVENTXON:
The friends of the Administration and -the iop
ponents of the present unholy rebellion, Junin
sited to assemble In County Convention,folie
nomination of county officers, which will meet
in the Court House at. Harrisburg, on Tuesday
the 19th day of Augutt, 1861, at lO' o'clock
A. Y.; ;
Meetings for the election of delegates will be
held in the various townships of the eeelitY ,
at the usual ptace of holding said elcotfons, be
tVe ifOu s rs of"tive and seven r. is., and
in the aPiera l wards and boroughs hetween,the
hours of 7 and 9 r. at., on Saturday the 16th
inst. H. C. ALLMAN:,
Chairman Republican County Committee.
ZO IRE FTIBLIC
We have been officially authorized to /an
tionoce for the information of those laving
business with His Excellency, the Governor Of
Pennsylvania, that in no case will he give at
tention to , any ,of the affairs connected with
the military organizations of the state, except
during the hours which have been fixed for
such purpores at the Executive Chamber.
The Governor can be consulted at the Execu
tive Chamber, .from 9 o'clock A. M., until '6
o'clock P. as. After these hours, thorie having
business connected with the affairs of state,
must transact, it throurth the Private. Secretary.
of the Governor, Mr. Quay, who cart be found
at the Jones' House. Those' having 'military
business of a character demanding attention at
the s.me time, must see the Adjutant General.
These orders will be strfctlyadhered to, and
are rendered Imperative aswell to prevent
annoyance and confusion, as to afford those
who are already overworked, the opportunity
for at least reasonable reposti.
"Mg OBJECTS OF THE FAL"
For months part, there has been a great out
cry on the part of certain dough:face letalers
in this state, concerning the olicts of the war.
With this class of men, it has been a reallabor
of love to pervert any policy that contempla
ted a vigorous prosecution of 'the wn', until
the conflict which we are now waging for the
constitution and the Union, has, almost degen
erated into a camping lofstxained constructions,
such as a well feed lawyer indulges in for the es
came of a rascally client actually guilty of
some henious offence. With practical men,
the idea of this war consisted of an effort to
restore order, and bring about the political
and social reciprocations which heretofore
Made the Union a bond of power, a symbol of
might and majesty among the nations of the
world. This had been assailed, and the present
purpose seemed to be itspreservation. TheCon=
stitution itself was not in disrepiite with the
leaders of the rebellion when they unfurled the
banners of revolt, because they' , had demanded
its amendment to serve their interests,
and the demand was acceded to. The statute
books of the federal; legislature contained no
law that was °kilotons, because the influences
which controlled and precipitated treason, also
framed and passed our national laws. The
go‘ernatent had been ixthe behest of the very
power which now seelleits.destraction, so that
if fraud has crept hitolts administration, that
power is responsible,' and if danger to any one
Internet has been incurred by its progress, we
Must traps it to 'other sources than that of mere
party,—s source only to be discovered in the
uncontrolled and highest development of mkt.
'Here Is the point which the traitors have Sue:
needed in concealing, while they persistently
411statain , that-the , ,rebellion was precipitated
by the menances of the people , of the northern
or free states, on the rights and interests of
those of that aputherrt or -slave: sitil,tp. These
menacereferruide the tame aCIII3B of the war
on the part of the rebels, when in reality' the
danger has been that 'the influence
, of slavery'
wcitldiffeel the verrimrpotarof . ,WklfilaAry
inadf so long complained, and at length
the fact is demonstrated that the Union has
always been and uoW is, in danger from an
influence that has no supporters and advocates
but those who insist on the tight of one class
to hold and enslave She humanity of another.
In the case of this rebellion, the constitu
tion admits of no construction. Its , estimates
and terms of punishment for traitors are
plain and explicit; it provides for no concili
ation, and recognises no right among traitors,
except that which establishes the right of trial
by a jury of their countrymen. That trial, has
been had by the most impartial jury`
that was ever empanelled.. The loyal men
of the land have constituted that jury, while'
the dOugh-face advocates and defenders of
treason, as the attorneys of traitors, haie been
riff Aded every opportunity to insure the escape
of their clients. Thns far, these dough-faces
have wacceedid in staying the punishment of
their clients, by quibbles, false pleas and
cowardly iwphiairies,aa to the objects of their
prosecution, and the value of the outraged law
which demands vindication. Now, however,
the mete' of the case are 1:134r4 bettert.:under
stood toy both (*tut and jury.'" The ciouri-rille
Goverament—insifits that the case shalt be
divested - of iteitib - bles and itc sophialliV;
and as the jury—the people—receive the
testimony and the facts, doubt and hesitation
giveisray to firm purism and unalterable deter-
Initiation. But 'one object view*the
Union. But one
,foe to that is visible—
traitors. These mustrbe met and crumbed. As
they are now arrayed in arias, they have for telted
all their rights, all their interests, all their claim
to recognition—and in many awes have even de
ittibjred the - right to their usages of civil stamen
ly warfare, and deserve nothing better than the
whipping post, the halter or the stake. If we
conciliate and compromise with such men, we
leave open the way to the possible assertion
or some future occasion that this rebellion still
hadits rights and its honors, or why thus dig
nify' it with conciliation or recognition. If
trmeori.le wrong—if it is a crime, a high, heir- ; ,
ions,; malignant and , blciody crime, it luss cer-'
taint)! heed deMOnstrated and made apiarent
in the actions and course of the rebels them
selves. To punish this crime—to root it out
and,hring n' defenders tojustice,*
tronly.objeci, of the war—and in seeking the
success of this punithmeht, we have no right to .
objexilo - ineans.or
_falter before proceedings,
while both are within the construction of eiviliud
warfare. Our business IA -to break down this
rebellion. T 6 fight 'it out—burn it out—or
hang those who uphold it, until chorale& out
of life ensures the going out of rebellion:—; .
Those who theorize and object to such means,
are only traitors in disguise, and hope that the
'delays and vichisitudFs of stiagetical warfare
will exhaust the resources of the government,
artl,thus render the success of rebellion doubly
The following letter from Brig. Gen. F. 'J . :
Porter, commanding Fifth Provhdonal . Army
Corps, will be read with honest gratification by.
'every man who has the scopes and the reputa
tion of the brave men who are now entering the
ranks of the army at heart.' `This leiter; swill
be seen, is addressedto Gov. Curtin, and from
its respectful 'tenor ' dignified counsel, we
have. no, doubt that its suggestions will be
heard by. Hie Excellency, as they are in fact
nothing•more than a response to a policy vibich
the Governor himself is determined to adopt in
organizing and officering the new regiments. '
The letter itself, so important in every par
ticular, comes at a most opportune and favora
ble period in our military
needs no further comments from us, than its
recommendation to the general'-nernsal of the
public, as a shrety that the wilfare and °mir i.
z ttion of the priyate soldier are among the high
est considerations and solicitude of those who
are to lead him ioto battle :
EINAR QUARTERS, STH PROVISIONAL ARMY COEN,
Camp near Autism' s Lea*, Virgmia,
July 15, 186/
Govsanort. :—Many resignations by officers
from Pc [ay I mita Regitut nts in my corps have
been tendered and accepted. Some of these offi
cers will be seeking commissions in new ~regi
In no one case bait a resignation been accett
ed of ..ny officer (that of Colonel Taggart, 12i
P. B. V. C., excepted,) whose MIMES in any
cat scity 'would be of any benefit to the military
arm of the service. I. beg, therefore, unless a
recommendation be presented to that: effect b
good authority-Ira •• • • • •
cars be re-appointed in the regiments about to
b I raised, or any Old regiments. Some have re•
signed on account of bad conduce before. the
enemy, and to avoid exposure. • 0 hers are
totally demoralised; othersagain, are worthless,
or fear further contact with the enemy.
I ask this of you, now, as acting „on my sug
gestions, will probably prevent mortification to
the person appointed and his friends, as all
such will be brought before a Board to ex
amine into their profidency, propriety of con . -
duct, Btc., anti will resign rather than undergo
Tht se remarks apply to medical officers as
well as line.
I here the honor to be yours respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
F. J. PORTER.,
Brigadier General Commanding.
2b Hie Excellency, annusw G. Ctratui,
Governor of Pennsylvania. , •
The genuineness of this letter is suPstandated
as follows : '
Hd. Q., P. M., Harrisburg, August 8, 1862.
Accurate copy of despatch onille in this of
MAW BIDDLE, A. D.
WHati 131 PROP Bookie informed his Irbib
friends, in a recent speech delivered in Dublin;
that the result of this-war would be of no bene
fit. to European gdveinments, whateier party
might be victorious, he uttered a sublime truth.
England, particularly, will discover ,this fact a
. , ,
little sooner than any.people in the old world;
and for the pains which that nation has taken
to encourage rebellion and foster treason, she
has destroyed: the ; confidence and respect of 1
what must become before:the close of the pres
ent century, the most powerful people in the
universe. The very necessities, hereafter, of
the.people of the north or loyal states, will
make them great and powerful. he battles
through which they are passing will Mitke,theni
inviriUlble, and 'the victories which they are
winning and muskets:Amp to achieve, will not
decrease their remembrance of the wropgaiwhich
some of the Europeitn governments' heaped up
on their great cause in the hour of Its peril and
their embarrassments. Even if the south tri
umphed, and even if the confederacy could be
established as a respectable (?) government, the
result would be demonstrated with its recogni
tion, that the men who were false in theirobli
gations to freedom, would also be uncertain in
their allisnces with foreign governments. Noth
ing could-be depended on in that event, but.the
reckless disregard of the conspirators, for all
that is manly and just, turd . mingling this die
disregard with all their foreign:and domestic
transactions, the world would soon find itself in
a war with a people.whom - some-of its govern
ments had encouraged topower that thOmight
maybe able to peipetrate mischiec. :
- T M the case-now stands with those govern-.
menfetAhat have attempted to encourage:the
rebellion,lt is certainly chering to the loyal *
men of the United States, that , all concerned in
the treason, whether directly or,indirtotiy; will
receive their just dues. John Bull, particularly,
will receive all that he has earned. The world
will be taught a lesson. Our own' goienirUest
will be none the waive for its own , experience,
What.is most gratifying in all respects is,
that its strength and purposes for'frisediiri: will
pennspinania Wally telegraplb emotion - Afternoon, August 12, 1862.
Tits Rum, Chug, Davis, has , announced that
-be will takerio more prisOnen of war. He
makes this announcement as a threat to deter
Ggn. Pope from the prosecution of the war In'
the vigorouri manner in which he has been in
etructed to conduct his operations. This threat
is made on , the slightest pretext, and with no
justification save that of the certainty of defeat,
if the war once becomes a reality ; because it
bas been :mire than 'once debionstrated that
wherever our troops have been led into fight on
an equality with the rebels, our brave men
have been victorious. But when they have
been left to , guard rebel property, and starve in
the midst of plenty, or sicken and die when
succor and relief Were bettrwithiri 'their Tibial;
the result s has been one of victory to the - iibals,
;All Gat. Per prboses to cliahge, aotiiat
hie*eii will to'crenribleteto gather strength as
thel advance, and guard their rearirir sweeping
before them ,eVery man of,doubtful loyalty or
known treason.. No. plan _or preparation has ,
been made to disregard :the rights of humanity.
No offer is contemplated to hatcher prisoners or
raise quarters to the' vanqui s hed . All this is
reserved for the traitors, and the fact that Davis
has announced that hewill take , no prisoneri,
but murder every Union soldier 'that falls into
his hands, is only verifying the 'peedietion long
since made, that .the.war...rin the part of the
rebels would become the assault of an indis
crimheite mob, furious for slaughter arid de
struction. The guerilla binds whiCh have been
prowlinglhrougn the Border States, inaugu
rated- this' bloody work months since, and now
that Davis has recognized`and adopted it, proves
that it has been, one of •the fixed -purposes of
the traitor leaders thus to encourage indiscrimF
nate brutality and assassination.
Two YOUNG LAM= in Phacinrotti have offered
to do the work of any two' salesmen in any of
the retail stores in that city, during the war,
the.clarkg to enlist, and the young buttes p!edg-
Ing to share their salaries with the absent sol
dierti, and surrender their situations to,them at
the end of the time of their service. The Tian
says that thwgetterons offer has not been ao
cepted, And quilt Indignantly asks of what slur
the clerks of the 44E4 city are composed.
IN &RANT it is understood that no volunteers
for the last three,hendied thousand men will
be received. The order"to draft will be carried
out to the letter.
FROM C ( EN. POPE'S-ARMY
Flaß Of TRUE THOR TRE REBELS.
Thereala bad:l3r, Ileaten and are
BATTLE' 1 1 CE/M.B. 116171111A1N
The Rebel Troops Mowed Down
Cannon and Ammunition of Recent English
Manufacture Cud by the Rebels,
Only One Field Piece Lost by Our Army.
List of Additional % . Casualties:
Daring Attempt , to Capture Gen
Pope and. Banks.
Arrival of General Bnford'l& Cavalry;
The Rebels Retnat across the Rapidan.
Cowan's, Va., August 11.
The enemy this morning sent in a flag of truce
asking permission to bury their dead. This
shows that, with all their superiority of num
bers, they were too badly cut np to maintain
their position, and that their falling back yes
terday was from necessity, not choice. Our
troops are engaged in bringingßff our wounded
from the field, - and buiying the dead.,
Capt.' George Theianett, of Priicet Staff, was
mortally shot on the breast.
The Bth Pennsylvania escaped without loss;
having been detached to guard a signal station
eight or ten miles south-west. •
Accounts from Calpepper, dated yester' 430,
speaking of the fight on Saturday; say that eo
heavy was the torte ttrivhicleourcomparatively
sma:l number was eiric!sed,' - piat the only won
der is that the entire command was nut com
pletely annihilated at the end of half an hour
instead of biinging off so large a portidn at the
expiration of an hour and a half.
'the rebel prisoners taken report that their
own troops were mowed down by our fire like
grass. Three times were;, they fainforced by
fresh regidenti and firigades, kW when our
troops retired thervvere too; much crippled to
pursue them in an open ground.
The prisoners also report that the heavy guns
used by the enemy were otreoent English man
ufacture, with English fixed ammunition.
We lost but one gun, which was left after
being spiked in a ditch. Several of the horses
having been - killed it.was deemed expedieht - tci
leave the gun, and it was spikel under the
tire of the enemy's sharpshooters:
Col. Chapman, of the sth Pdassachusetbi, was
shot In the breast. and is probably dead.
Liabt. Col. Stone fell with many wounds. •
Majorlßlake also fell and, if alive, is a pri
sonar. - " •
Adjutant'Sialth is either wounded or dead.
Mei 3r Savage: of the god Massachusetts regi
went is believed to have been killed es well as
many of the Captains and Lieutenants.
Dr. Leland was shot In the eye. -
The other regiments have not been .heard;
fintli yet definitely.
Strigilers Trim the battle field to the town
hes all been arrested by order of Gen. P •pe,
and by tomorrow a list of the miming can be
obtained. • _
On Sunday rdgbt, about eleven o'clock,
while iirarend Pope and . Banks • were
in conference in the rear of our ud vor ke
batteries', a body - of the enly'a cav
alry charged in the most .daring manner
through tne woods 'on our front win the
giorip.. The (Hoehn*" of mushoia and lu l l,
Whlatifog.of ballanear them.gavetimely notice
of the /nimbi approach, Horses, wer e ' y
reghthint of &bath* * Vig,v
WeirexNaroa, Aug. 12.
ley, checking the charge and probably saving
both of our commanders.
Gen. Buford with his cavalry command ar
rived yesterday from Madiaon. Previone to
the depattnre thence he sent a reconnoisance
to the Rapidan, where he found a force of the
enemy on the south brit non* on the north
side of the river. ' • '
THE VERY LATEST
A Telegram from Culpepper dated to-day
smit„illtvraLquiet Auxin last night, and this
morning. Cul. Donnelly of the N. York 28th
ie still - alive, but in a sinking condition. The
other wounded officers are generally doing
The Malvern Hill Failure.
Arrest of Brigadier General Prank
WAtatilliGTON, Aug. 18.
It larmorairthist ChM. - Frank Pattercon, of
Philadelphia, commending the New Jersey
Brigade, is the General referred tows haling so
seriously Interfered to prevent the consumma
tion co Booker's phut of captilring a whole
rebel division at Malvern Rill. It is said that
Gen. Patterson itthe time Was intoxicated, and
so acted as to give the rebels timely notice of
the approach of our army. lie is -now under
arrest, and the whole matter willcOme before
a General Court-Martial.
ARRIVAL OF MCI AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS,
PRampa.pins, Aug. 12
The steamer Spaulding - arrived with over
three bundied sick and wounded soldiers from
Harrison's Lariding. Capt. Henry Benson, of
the Fourth Artillery, died during the passage.
General Fraiik Patterson is a passenger on board.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW Your, Aug. 12.
The steamers City of Baltimore and Scotia
MARKETS BY TELEGBAPrt.
PMIADILPIELA, August 12.
Flour dull and sales only in'isn2all way to
the trade at $6.0006 25 for superfine ; $6 50
05 76 for, extras and $5 7206 25 for extra
family. Receipts ate light. nye flour selling
sklitntillway ati:sB 87e(415 50; corn meal is
worth — sB 14. 'Tne demand for wheat has
fallen off, and prices,aro well notintained, 5000
chi:Miami bushels at $1 29@1 SI for red. Rye
commands 8001320. Ouro is in good demand,
and 8,000 bu,tiels yellow sold at 64c. Oats
advanced to 60a. for Permsylvauia, and 841 c.
for Dalaware; Coffee, sugar and molasses ate
dull. Proviiions'quiet ; salea Mess pork at $ll
@511.25. Rano lit 8(410/c. ".Ididea 50@,54c.
nod shoulders at .104gia. Lard strady at 91c.
Whisky .ready at 81c.
thew "fink, 'Aug. 12
Flourqui4;-11,600_bbls. sold . ; State $4.80
® 6 00. Ohio $6 40 ® 6 60. South 68 ®
b 0 c. Whist firm ; 80,000 bush. sold. Mu
waukie club $1 17 ® 1 22. Corn firm ; 70,000
bush. sold at 67 ® 68. Provisions quiet. Lard
quiet at 81.0@), 94c. Whisky slttli at 80 81c
Receipts. iolour 28,090bb1d. ; Wheat 46,040
bus. Corn 62,467.
New York Money Market.
New You; Aug. 12
Stocks higher, Chicago - and Rock Island 661};
Illinois Centrdi •691; Bonds 98; Michigan
Southern 691} ; New York Central 92} ; Penn
:sylvgnia Central 981} ; Reatiing'69 ; Virginia 58i;
Missouri 46 . ; Treasury notes 108} ; United
States 6'ectoupona 991 ; gold 118 k.
- 'FOR 'SALE.
A GROVER & BAKER Sewing Machine
ti new and in good order, and will be Fold on ma
soluble tonne. - ,Aggli: et . THIS OF 10
WAS stolen from the pocket of the
sub , cri Prat the Nan. Railroad Dept'', at noon,
a POUR MORAIR coutaiulng b twerp aBo end IWO,
mot* 1111.0.'Trewtery no.el and one 'S2O glad pies. ,
tt.d a Cole for Si 38, awed July 4,1868. tor- her wl h
some ptors or no valne to. May person but the owner.
Th e e ,.e v e reward will hi paht for the' detection of the
thief and the recovery of the money by Nevi= it at
GAIETY MUSIC. HALL.
MISS KATE ARCH ER.
The young end taacinatiog French Dauseute, late of the
Xhi,Fitir York Yarorpolkimina Donoa,
Ai...agave/ at an encamp= eons', rod will appear
every Ll„ht, at the Gaiety.
anl2 110 SERV EDWARDS, Bale Proprietor.
AN ORDINANCE' in relation to persons afflict
ed with contagious or infectious diseases.
Sacrum 1. Be it Ordained by the Comma Chunci/
of the city of Barri/bury: That from and after
the date hereof, all persons within the limits of
the city of Harrisburg who may be afflicted.witb
any coutagious or iofections disease, khan be
required•to coiffliae themselves eh sely and strict
ly within their respective dwellings mull such
time as they can produce a certificate from some
fegular Physician, certifying that the person so
afflicted has so far recovered as to go abroad
without endangering the health of the commu
Simon 2. That any person violating the, pro
visions aforesaid shall pay, upon conviction
thereof, into the city treasury a fine of not
more than fifty dollars nor less than twenty
dollars, to be ,collected as other lines are now
by law recoverable.
Passed August 9,1: :2.
W. 0. HICKOK,
President of the Common Ciminoll
Attest—Daum Halms, Clerk.
Approved, Arignst 12, 1862.
- - WM. H. KEPNER, Mayor.
EXTENSION OF TIME.
Proposals for the above will be received un
til the 20th Mat., the time having been ex
tended to that time.
T HE undersigned offers at private sale a
TWO STORY FRAD E HOUSE,
25 feet froot ani 100 feet deep, tituted on last State
greet pear Filbert The bowie la In .eoe repel.. bps •
besemeal kl elan ; wetter gas and all the modern trpro
mane. P..r lettherhgermatlint etepdre on the preemee
''ans-dlreto DWA.RD Palatal.
Quaikitg'et all kinds. white and brown,
-a-lower4banany-k9veo in town, by -
• - _ NICRula a Donnas.
as - posser or irentias *ekes stret.'
ATTENTION ACTIVE AND DARING
Enlistments for the War
Major George H. Bardwell, of the 116th Regi
ment_P. V., Lt now at Herr's Hotel, where be
will remain anti! Saturday next, August 16th,
for the purpose of receiving recruits for his regl
The bounty in this regiment amounts to
TWO HUNDRED AND SIX DOLLLR3— $lO6
of which is paid by the city of Philadelphia,
and the other $lOO by the U. B. Government.
The regiment is now in camp near Philadel
phia, and only lacks two hundred and sixty
Squads or fractions of comp Ades received,
and transportation furnished as sass as recruits
are received for the camp for the 116th.
~Mu. GEORGE IL BARDWELL,
dtatio,lwo, 118th Reg. P. V
‘kriiiseltED 'UM DI TE ac
tive honest and relable boy, between the sere
of 14 sod ne fr.,m the ow , try preferred. &pp y
at the eto e of NICHOL. , & BOWMAN. -
an 114131, ~nor Irmni owl tinegra
N tall) n;
ALI, employees of the Philadelphia and
Reading lbil , oadi compeny, wt o may eel • t ID the
Ferules of .bet AO rUttes for to. purp ue of cr Airs
the tebellve now toreateelog he 110 e tes of our out.
try are hereley neared, that t oh. re upe VIM mutat. ou
vet I be kept mvu and green them Imm de ey on Mete
re ttru; and th t the fact of Mem vomit cceta‘ to
deuced their e out, y in ihtt emersency, will be c.v. Id
eras here fter as greatly 11 their %tor iter.protw Von to
any saheb a posit on m the service or 'tits cannons,.
COIARLIV F. stun', Prestrent.
Pld'adelphia, August Bth 1862. mull dim
THE South Ward Sohool Direotora will
will receive: smolt& Ibr building a two story
brick school house, o • the correr of Fourth street and
Blackberry at ey. The t aym nts wit be made in c.aeb,
se the progresses, rese-slog en per Cad.
till completed. Pisa and spteilLudion e.n be seen at
the OAP of C. 'eller. reeled proposals must be
bandvd. to Jacob Rimier. Prra.dent, on or before An
gust 12th. beemitua must accompany the proposals.
IN the dining room of the American
HMV, In Carol sweet botwetn Walnut and PIMP, on
aim day ev• tang, Analog kb, a riVN DOLLAR bill,
whleh ie. owner CAB lava by cabins. at the b tel.
Run d3lo WM P. HOOFIF S.
ENLIST I ENLIST !
TEN DOLLARS WILL BE GIVEN,
IN ADDITION TC) ALL OMER
To reoraltw for the
FORTY-FIFTH • REGIMENT
Pennsyl sub Volunteers, (0411. 41,) now
at Newport News.
0 `F • H MEN, Or he drat class, are waned
Immediately ter this redment. ppl• at
EVANS tS3 .1 LS,
aell-det No 418 Arch st set.
GAITEY,PAUSIC HALL S
Walnut'Street between 2d and 3d.
PoBVILT EDWARD!.... Lestee arid Ma age-
Admission to all rirts of thellouse 15 crate.
MORE ;NEW STARS
IMMENSE ATTRACTION I
First appearatce of
MISS MOLLIE .FIELDING
THE GREAT FRENCH •DANSEUSE,
/rm. wars* trUstlo perforniaroee have ro.lelved,
with ut exceptio toe most datterfor [mucks from the
Prow and the meet extensive of the elite or N York
Phi ad Wail, Boston and...ntker..l4icinel oktl , ; w4l
have tee he.or or uoVaitlig Lac 11x.O. o th nor
Monday Evening, August 11th, 1862.
Be engagement of
JAKE BUDD AND
The Cheat Favorite, Ethioposa Comelaae, uneaten
STAR GAIETY TROUPE
MIN Julia Fdwards, Dick Berthelon. T. H. Hol 14, Mat
ter Perry, T. H. Lomeli, PrOl. Vat sot, Master Gcor..e,
the Biby Owe, Mom De Louis and the educated dog,
Mora open at 73 toionuntace at 8 o'clock.
N;VIIEREAS, the Honorable JOHN J.
Prattles, Presdeot of the Court of Common
Pleas In the rwelfth Ju acidi District, consisting of th
onblities of Lebanon and Dauphin, and the non. SAW,-
ar LanDM and Hon. Mons It. Tomo, Associate Judges in
Dauphin county, bevies issued tueir precept, bearing
date the Hith day of June, 1862, to me directed, for
holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail
Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace at Barrisburg,
for the county of Dauphin, and to commence ox vas trn
ifOnDAT OP AMOR SEM being •the 26va DAT OP AVGCnr,
1862, and to tenuous one weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coronor, Ins
time of the Peace, Aldermen, and Constables of the said
county of Dauphin, that they be then and there in their
proper persons, at 10 o'clock In the torenoon of sa d
day, with weir records, inquisitions, examinations,
and their own remembiances, to do those thugs
which - to their office appertains to be done, and those
who are bound la recognizances to prosecute against the
prisoners that are or snail oe in the Jail of Dauphin coun
ty, be then and there to prosecute against them as shall
Given under my band, at Harrisburg, the 4th day of
August; in the year of our Lord, 1862, and in the
eightpsixth year of the independence of the United States.
J. D. Boas, Sheriff.
SW/ft (Nino .
Harrisburg, Aug. 4, 1862. 5 au4-davrtd
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
NOT few of the worst diaOrdera that
afflict mankird arise rrom the corrupt on the' so
cumulates to the blood. Of all the discoveries tha
have been made to purge it out, none hat be• n found
which could. anal in cued Ynteb UtXrulIND PIT.ACT ur
SaItaaPARMIA. It clean es and , enova es the I Lod, to
et Us the vigor of beat t Into the and purges out
tkm humor which make dis a.e. It ati u. lams t
healt , y unctions of the b dy and expels the disorders
that g owe d ran- le In th • bl od. t s eltraiad nary
virt .ea are not yet wtoelv known, out wh n t. ey are it
old no ;ouger t e quest'.wbat remedy to ems•los in
th - gra .t var•ety ugliet ng cdsesses that /Ku r: an
site wive rtro . dy. en h a remrdy, that could b relied
on, h.a 1 ng beau Nou‘ht fur, and now, or the firs: time,
the I üblic have ore who h they can deports Our
space beredoes not admit rt doe es t • thow its Mfr. ti.
but the trial of a tingle bo t a wilt show to t si k
that It has virtues surf as•ing an) throe they bave ever
taken. Sufferers iron Soto , els, rersfttl. us Steel log=
mod Sores, try it, a d see the rapidity w th t
cures. nu Damsel, Pimples, Pcfula, B o cher,
Err/plows sfc . are soon ci. *nee out or the dy tem.
St. Antkony!s Foe, Rosa •gsipelas, let sr or San
Rheum, :'said Bead, hingtoorm do., st cp, d not tmr
borne wbfla they can be to sieeLly cured by Allied
ffyykitlas or Venereal Diseases is expelled from the
system by the pr . loogtd use of SAltaraßlLLa, an 4
the patient is kit as healthy s s dile had never tad the
hsale Di:WM aro caused byscrcfnla in the blood,
and are genera ly 1100 n eared by t it BITRAnt . us Sakai.
Vriee $1 per buttl-, ore betties for $5.
I.° r an th- i tar, osas of a f-m.ly ph) si :. take AYIR'S
umau tt yp,oup, whi h o rs ay..rywbere kn.wa to be
the but purgauve teat I oral ed G, tue American Pen ,
p e Pits) SO cents per Boa or &brae , for $ .l.
prepared by rr. J. C. AYSit d CO., Isow.ll, !Uhl. and
so d Dna t uts s everywtere.
bald by O A gsnysit, D. W Gross ar 00., 0. B. Sel
ler, J. D. Lots, Dr. ntey, B . iyyttth tad deaters eve'
CAMP WRITING OASES,
PENS AND PENCILS.
Jost the thing to carry in the knapsack. Price coat
p lets, only 31 'Ants. For sate at
103,61NEH'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
7hirlSwßouo RAM.S.—A. tonall lot of
*ow eekikated Ham AA mein&
Ow* RIL DOCK, Jr., In
~ ,,,,S , ,
CHEAP COAL YARD.
E coalat u r
the tolw esigned is now prepared to sell
Ltrbarrt• nut rod.
•4 1 = 25 per toe
, ••4 5 er
•-• per WI,
..... 3 .5 V r ton.
....... 325 Nr ian
........ 32, p.r roa
.........3 2, p, t.,
.......... 250 p.r ou
....... ••••4 . 3 i cti
••••••• 4 15 l e: a
etaltb's coal • •
••...... .... (•?4 35u p.r too
Sgir T I atherty coal ft rle r. 1.1 tha th• I y
hews V.I , Mo. les (soy, el nut
buru longer dgl •e mare h at.
Orals, Id y , be b-bt had, oar Ion!, si gis
thlrd to and br the brunet.
wr a II coal of the but quality mire 1 and d
e gg "
" Et vo
Wilkettrurra lump or cur
at. ambo,t .....
Lykes Palley rut........,
PATENT WEIGH CARTS
ambburg. Ang• 9+12 dim JIME3
MILITARY CLAIM AGENCY
BACK PAY, BOUNTY,
PENSION & SUBLISTES L F,
EUGENE Snyder, Attorney at Lt
office,'Third street, Harrisbur2, Pa.,
w we enekettoo of ml nary cixlms , cod r ti.e Ac- v
Assembly, of April 6, 1862 Back pa, 0 i t „,
stud deco lard soldiers. touchy coder Act of c.n,
July, 22, 1861. ?enema and claim fora
UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN THE UNITED
STATES AND SUPERIOR 10 ANY
OFF MI) IN PENNSYLVANIA'
I 4 IS MADE OF
CHOICE MISSOUItI WHITE WHILIT
sar De ivered any pla e i th e city, free of claw.;
Th 41116, Cash on delivery.
b 3O wn. DOCK S Jr., &Co
GLASS FRUIT JARS!!
BEST AND CHEAPEST ! ! I
CALL AND EXAMINE,
37 3 Wll. DOCK. Je. it7o
VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE
READ. E; - - TATE
WILL be off, , red at public tale, ou
Thursday, the 11th day of 'September, at 2
o'clock, at Krauts nail in the city of arrisburg.
hi ty th so acres of land sith an sic (lent 'rams
hone aud barn and outbuildiu.s, situated ratty In
tue City f -orris ,urg aud par ly in waters. to. natio.
The property is situat d on the -mutt of hummets
n turnpike, a portion of hic h a a .autital
1 cation on a Lill, die tly facing the city of Hs re
burg, co le) sold in t r e • acre lo s.
• iso 10t 'pice of ground situated io Market ware,
ad doing Jones' !loupe, haring a (mat of a .set and
este ding bac 16134 feet to 2.1 e alley, there a
cted a two story or,. k house with two et cry tAalc
bri k t•uilding ri ,, d • tad , having toe use of a t roe
fact lley on Market S being one of t ma
d-wra les tuabon• fo tusmess a • private res deuce!,
the city. I'.c-Neselto glv u n let of Oct.,b•r .1..
C nd tioas of sties are 10 pee teat of the pa thud
money to be paid 0., the day of aile, toe Milan eof t a
one half of the purolcase money whau title is
made, and the balance In two equal en ual
with into eat, from t e time possessionisgi ee. UV,
secured by bonds and mortgago,
A plan • f tLe tbi re acre 1.. s r an he seen at h'
and oboe store of A. fittrennot, new: doss to cue CCM . .
Bowe, Barrie erg.
LUe atiendame will be given b ,
to ()WM HIISiHFL not
JiLB Ri HUE( L,
Executor of David Liu erne , d
NEW Orleans Sugars, white and brown
just received and lot tale lo t by
NMICIL3 & BO WvAN,
Car. k'roti and 3ta, ket a r,et.c
riRUSHE% coarse and fine pulverize
lowei than any other ptice In !OWL. La
1-11 AS,t 1V.1,,N,
COMET Front BLOC 118.1kul *.tr etS.
rUASON'S"CHALLENGE BLACKI G.
Immo Grog's, vol jolt received, sod for
ea e at Wholesale price
V AiNILLA BEANS,
WE. are offering for sale a splendid
qu at: o t rindia Beau at low prices, by the
pound, ounce or singly.
KELLX,t'S THUG ,TO
9 1 market
CIROSS & BLA.. Celebrated
PICKLIN, SAUGIti, Ph63EhVE4, x large
,upply or the above, embraeing certify renety,iihi
eilve .ud lor said by f Nfi.110::,,, Jr
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, Ish'OOMS
and everything in the tine, just receivki in large
huantltitm and for sale ye , 9 low by
e - '1 , CK .
URESERVING ja.s, fruit cans of all
L kinds, for sale low, by
NI !SOL' , & BOW , ' '
J 29 Corner Front and arket st seta
A LARGE ASSORTMENT 01 Family
Bibles of different styles of biodinz, at 90c. st
41 50, $3, $4, $5 Sod $lO, aLgo Pocket Bibles of dtt
breed Sty tea and prices at SOLlK6Rift'Sßookstle.
100 oßr..Bitr4:nx. ds Sugar ,,nd ( 0 11 , e d fin - j. ed t a rec ad iv f , ini
WJI be sold at the lo west miaket p - ices.
1020 WM D CIC, JR., & C
ORANGES AND LEMONS.-60 'loess
Just received and in prime order.
JiCK, JR., & Cd.
RIME Cheese from New York Dairies
Pjust received and for elle I , w y
HOLS & 13 1 W I n p
• Corner Front and Eiritt E treats.
Ctrs kl ALL arripdreeet3er:iotgli,2;:,,, a s u
ro t ,wmAtr.
Corner oat and Marget sireet3.
F", Dates, Prunes, Raistna, and all
kinds of Nuts, at .1 , 111 WLSE' , f Store, Third sod
ER family flour, a super or brandl2,‘
w t nit aro warr.nt to give e. cacti 11, kilt re.
attired and Lr Salo by
NICHOL . & BOWIAAN,
Co•nnr From and bialtet Ftreets.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
'FHE above reward will be paid the
apprebemiln of per on= wh' mole 'he Palo Jrak
the yen, of the undersignel to Wa Ern 4 d:.
EXSENS'IVE assortment of gla=swa r
Just rmayed, and for Fate iox bf„,„,„ ' ,
et a s v. 'eeto.
&roe, Fr tg an
LOTS FOR SALE.
R J. HALDENIt 1 will sell lots on
North atzeat and reaosylvante aciaol
tho e dee ring t, yardage. Apply ,orr 3o t d
Walnut streets. 1
\NTT are closing out &VERY SUPEREOR
LOP it Less than cost
lot nog .1 , .AO-0
ALI. and examine tuoaa noW jars lot
Nruk, the beet, aorta and s'addest In is market,
r eels by NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
/ie Dither Roland M&rte ISMS.
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