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PEOPLE'S UNION STATE TICKET.
AUDITOR GENERAL: •
THOMAS E. 000HE - AL
of York County.
WILLIAM S. BOSS,
of Luzern° County
UNION COUNTY NOMINATIONS
JOHN J. PATTERSON, of Juniata county
THOMAS G. FOX, of Hummelstown.
JAMES FREELAND, of Millersburg.
A. JACKSON HERR, of Harrisburg.
JACOB MILLEISEN, of Lower Paxton.
DIRECTOR OP TER POOR,
DANIEL SHEESELY, of Upper Swaiiira.
DANIEL LEHR, of Gratztown.
THOMAS STROHM, of Linglestown.
JESSE B. HUMMEL, of Hummelslown
Thursday Afternoon, September 18,1882.
The reports in reference to the battle of yes
terday, in the vicinity of Sharpsburg, at kat
glowing with victory, have been some what
shorn of their interest, and it now appears that
success could not be claimed by either the fed
eral or rebel forces. Those on the battle field
anticipated a terrible encounter this morning,
but intelligence from Hagerstown indicates that
no firing had been heard in that'vicinity du
ring the morning.
A rumor reached Hagerstown late this morn
ing, that McClellan had granted the rebels an
armistice to bury their disid. If this is "coire i Ct;
and the rebels give their dead a decent burial,
no battle will be fought to-day, as that time
will be required to dispose of their dead, the
number having .fallen being reported es enor.
THERE is Anarte,telling - the truthie don
stantly pronounced an attack upon some of the
leaders of that singular combination of fraud
and corruption, ycleped the Democratic party.
If we announce the postponement of one of its
mock attempts at patriotism, or point out the
the shameless games of its leaders to purchase
and then prostitute the press, we are attacking
the Democratic party. By the same rule, the
divine who denounces Judas as a hypocrite and
betrayer, is guilty of aspersion of the cause of re
ligion; or he who has a high regard for truth, and
is vigilant in its defence, according to the tory
organ, is constantly falling into falsehood—or
assailing the Democratic party. This is wonderful.
Bat it does not explain how Much money is' to
be collected from the Democracy of Dauphin
to pay for the publication of Frank Hughes
matter in the columns of "the- tory organ. It
admits that Mr. Hughes has charge of the tory
press of the Commonwealth-4i hutniliates
every locofoco editor by confessing that Hughes
has charge of the whole • party, and then un
blushingly adds that it is all iight.' Demotra
cy and journalism have both Caine to a piti
ful pass when they are reposed in the keeping
of a demagogue of the Frank Hughes school.
If any feeling becomes permanent -after the
rebellion has been crushed out and peace is again
restored, it will be that which is now being en
gendered among the people of troth the rebel
and loyal States, toward the governments of
Europe. There is no question whatever, that
the Interference of those governments, in the
quarrels of the States now at issue, must
eventually elicit for those thus Mark/ring; the
hatred and retaliation of both Parties, simply
because the spirit which dictated this Interpo
sition was neither kindly to us as a nation, or
sympathetic for either party as belligerents.
The governments of the old world have long
watched with jealous hatred, the groWth and
power of the American Union. It has been a
question of consultation in every kingly cabinet
how to annul this growth and destroy this
power, until the wild fury of our people offered
the crafty rulers of Europe the opportunity of
accomplishing such an achievement. Europe
gave the frist fury to treason in this coun
try by pleMog to aid rte upholders to
guanot th moment the fi rst show of re
door made to the Government.—
The aim England and Franca were busy in
the southern states stimulatingNposition to
the Federal Government, with the plea that the
southern people were oppressed by the people
of the free states. The argument used to sus
.,Ull' such pleas always had a reference to the
revenue laws of our Government—and present
ing these laws in the most unfavorable shape,
. . v , . to of the governments in questioft sue
.. - • ~, ; _ hin moving the southern manse
to ,'',"' , , <that they were actually the only
support which the Government pos
• 0 , lve the Union and establish a
L' Yu Oonfedetacy-, , open its ports and in
, ~.„1 . te free tradot•- , -tuad whenyou have aCCOM
' ''', this, quoth the English and French man
n ,-, , you will have established the might
and the power of the southern people: "Of
course, in all this, the trade cp, the Wench and
linglish, with the Confederates, was a subject
never alluded to, as that-trade and monopoly
was to fallow the dtreolution of the American
Our retilladOa on Europe, or at loot on the
manufacturing interests that yielded to the gov
ernments alluded to, in co-operating to destroy
the 17nion, meal* nunle.thrOagh.ow,revenua
laws. Let us compel Mance and lifiglexid to
pay a large share of the debt incurred by a war
in which they so dishonsitly interfered. Let
us at least compel the manufacture* who
want to compete with our own labor, to sup
port the federal government, while the peopl e
of the rnien pay the war debt. T his would be
teaching Europe a salutory lemon. 'lt would
be an act of justice easily accomplished, if the
people see to it hereafter that only those who are
faiendly to free labor—who are in , favor of pro=
tenting that labor from all foreign competition,
are invested with legislative power.
• W/L42• WE' Atusr REMEKRIFRI
While lie areWillliepto diategard alt
distinctions, arid' surrender everything- that
Could tend to raise any issue which might
in the least embarrass the Govermthent or in
terfere with the operations of the army, we
Must all remember that:the irten whO prqcipi 7
toted are the Inm i e new 'me' In rebellion.
The men in Pennsylvania who have put forth
State and °midi , aaketi in -OppotritiOn to -the
Union ticket in the same letioalities, are opposed as
Well , to the war for the Maw:titan. If this were
not so, why do they array themselves against
those who are endeavoring to sustain - the_Govi
ernment ? The men of--Pennsylvania who are
thus uniting in politics,,or who_are.ratherliost
"toning their political issues do so that they
may behetter able to -support the issues in
volving the !misty of the Union and . the en
forcement of the laws. The politicians who
array themselves against these men are com
pelled to the course by motives just the reverse.
They seek orgardzation and power, not that
they may add to the defence or insure the pres
ervation of the Union—not that they may add
to the efforts of the President to inforce the law,
—not that they may increase the vigor of the
army in its contests to crush rebellion. If such
were their object, an organization, .such as they
have entered into would be unnecessary and lin
wise. Bnt as the reversein their intent—as they
seek power expressly to change this war from a
struggle to sustain the Government to a compro
mise for its hnnilliation, they could do nothing
more or less than attempt the maintenance of
a -Democratic organization.
These are facts which ,we desire the people of
Pennsylvania to remember. If they, throw
away their votes in support of this opposition
to - the war, to both the national and state ad.
ministratiohs—they must expect the contest th'
be prolonged. Nothing-will end this rebellion
as speedily as- the establishment of the fact
that the people of the loyal states are united
and in earnest for its suppression. If the peo
ple of the south are assured of this fact, it will
strengthen what little fealty for the Govern
ment remains in that locality. It will give
the contest, at least so far as we are concerned,
an immense moral force and influence. But it
the declaration is maintained by actual condi
tion of our political ornament and organ
ization, that we are divided into par
ties and cliques, and -- hat we make issues
with a Government we profess to uphold and de
fend—if the southern people are permitted to
be impressed with and believe in this, then the
contest will continue to be one of brute force,
in which rivers of blood will continue to flow,
and thousands of valuable lives eadrificed"with
out our achieving the auccem from which peace
and security are to spring:
Every honest man is able to comprehend
these facts. Every loyal man should, remem
ber this, and be governed, in his exercise of the
franchise at the coming election, accordingly.
IT air sun Me ea alarmist's phantasy to
dream of anything like famine* a country like
ours—toppeak of it may creates smile onmo,s,t
countengias onzgaisCrtripnWeion. Thanke4l
diradotedli - be of peace, blit
ours is far from being such
i a time. liat — period
lsicdP4tkillii keit.) of m. 4 14( b4teticaiWii
Yet begin to realize. We ?: as a people, have
many of the severest *ea of war yet to learn.
The severest of all are the lessons of privation
and retrenchmeitt =l# rinr--stateW- Things-we
bave-delkted4atiall pietibletiVis itentart of
wisdom to shut our eyes' to It. We
. have no
sort of -admiration for, and firecious little pa&
tience with that class of our public men, who
are , perpetrudiy' tdiging iiiyreii• sings to the
people—predicting the %rid. of , the war it
the end of anycerteirt it/a:daft 'of daye;-%aroznis-:
beg advances, and holding'ont vague assuran
ces of success, when no*lvances are made and
'no successat come. 'The people must meet the
truth bithe end, and _they will be ..always the
better prepared for it, when . not taken by sat
false. To raise false hopes is to insure bitter
depression: It is like every, resort to artAficial
stimulant. It is the part of wisdom, in times
like the present, to prepare for everything
which is goesilas if absolutely certain. d
the evil contingency does not edits, it will s be
well ;if it dose, we will be ready for it The
absorbing business of the country now is war,
tateverything shotdd be regulated with &vier!
a war basis. The first interest we should
oontadt is self-interest, or rather the highest in
terest of the Government:; for at a' time like
this the firet interest of the 'Government is the
first interest of every claim No true Mari =-
regard himself except ":4 . identified with e
cionntry,'HO 01684 Inter*oVen fit every man's
condition with the destiny of the country. The
country is nowengaged In a lifeliauggle, and
it is the interest, as waist the_ duty of every
men to submit towlutteforilicrikeie brinamentri
to save it. - - -
Not only is it the duty of the Gio,vernnient,.
Ns we regard it, in view of an uncertain future,
to see that , the people incur novisks' of actual'
*ant, p ro r d A, 4 P" i t.tha 00 1 4 1 4 of
the eltimtilita of - ‘adi'lisedth,
Smelt, in. •anything brings , highipricee
high pricOs of brats/Stuffs hi thifir,
• • frri
iliiireatiotc.,.7 o Pl4 Muir
thaw .thassatisi t attxtt ,And after all the sus
pen daw of exports would aerie in reality Gimp.
oi to curtail onelnxurbiti, for to &ore tiutn tlutt
extent are articiet Hof luxuries now iinported.
Better to dtemtke buil . now i disti ne.
imaitApthersaftwi r We are. not without warn
!Di a this :Pm P. orOlarf, tAB 447.6
and ft can be regardedin no other light than
as an evidence
,thethoroughness of the poli
cy they are pursuing: , We should not be
hind. The possibilitt of the course we have
suggested having. to ilk adopted isom e dni'e,
casee the war oontinue3, all must admit. What
we ask, and what'the country needs, is that
the Government shall begin in time. We sug
gested and urged the suspension of inland trade
With the retiels`', - se an intlriiiSQUir- refille
.tion, long before it was adopted, but finally the
Government was driven to the step. We are
now at the conclusion of a bounteous harvest,
the land teems isdikplenty, and might.if, not be
well for the Government, .without . delay, to
take the - neefifal stepslo secure the continuance
of plenty, until at least the prospect of another
harvest is secured ? We hope at least it will
not be disposed to assume respectability until
grim necessity, drives it into action.
Grosses, one of Buctiiiuties pets, end
one of the men who haie beiri playing Into the
hands of, the rebels, attempted an original game
a few days since to insure his nomination for
Cdogress in the District composed of York,
Cumberland and Perry. It haa been usual for
each of these counties to go into a conference
with three conferees, but the Mends of Gloss
brenner in York County, attempted the dodge
by sending aix, presuming , that they could brow
beat the other conferees, and,' of course,
nominate their candidate. But the conferees
from,pegy and Cumberland were too sharp for
Glossbrenner. They headed him off, by.: con
vening the conferened before the arrival of his
corffereA l i‘iid this' action the virtuous
Glossbretiner i and his yor,k toaduie micas to be
very indignant. It is a beautiful specimen of
the corruption. as weiv r dia. the4espiration of
such Top aeglosebrenne They are not only
willing d betray' titeit pi<r y for i Poiver; liut the
country is iii'..danger. from ~tkeir pliote,, and
therefore the egeAcf they are'erethe.d .Pet the
The Wdr. ill. New Mexico
; The R ebel s ' e Defeated and Iverything
Oaptu.red from Them.
CAPTURE 'OF IIII ; itAGON RAIN THIN
.FROM GEL BST.
REBEL OUTRGAES AT VICKSBURG.
BROIL MURDER OF - ONE 01 00110-
DOR& FLEIMINT'S KEN.
NEW Your, Sept. -18
By the steamer Ocean Queen, whieli_ arrived
at this port this morning from. New' Orleans,
we learn that the, rebel expedition to New
Mexico; under Cot Sibley, bad been ink' gear,
Fort Fibnore by -Col. Canby's .forces and was
intercepted by the California troaps. A- battle
lei:Slued in which Sibley's forces were routed
'and everything captured from him including
'over half his force, only one hundred and fifty
Sibley was assassinated by his own men, who
!charged him with drunkenness and inefficiency.
Among- others captured, was a train which
the Texans captured from Gen. Grant last
! One g of Commodore Farragat's men was tied.
to a tree, and disemboweled by the Mississip
plans, near Vicksburg, and an Fold lady was
hung for : advising the rebels to desist from fight'.
ing against our Government.
PROM NEW ORLEANS.
llant Exploits of the Gunboat Essex
NATCHEZ SHELLEDANQBAYOU SARA
Haw Yonx, Sept. 17.
The steamer Ocean Queen has arrived from
New Orleans with dates to the 9th.
The United States - gunboat Essex arrived
there on the Bth from the Upper Mississippi.
The Essex 'Chased the rebel ram Webb past
the Vicksburg batteries. She then shelled Nat-
Chez until they hoisted the American flag.
She destroyed Bayou Sara on her way down,
and engaged a heavy rebel battery at Port Hud
son at eighty yards distance, silencing every
. She recevied no damage, although passing
under a tremendous fire of shot and shell. _
ParLiiira46.; Seit..l:l3, 1862
Flour continues dull but unchanged in Flees;
sales of superfine at $5 and extra at $5 Ml®
650 ; Rye dour is dull at $8 50 ; and corn
Meal $3 12i. Demand for wheat has fallen
off and supplies coming forWird freely, sales
of 6 000 bushs...at $1 280 1 1 80 for Pennsylvania,
Ind $1 82 for southern ; red wheat ranges from
40®1 51 ; rye is • selling at 65®70cte. for
new and old; corn dull, and offered at 67cts ;
Oats steady at 35®86 for Delaware ; and 58®
60 for eld Pennsylvania; coffee, sugar and mo
asses quiet; provisions advancing; sales of
ineeetiork at $l2 255 hems 104318 sides at
7.; -and shoulders at flcts . lard firm at 91®91
Whisky firetat Saute. - -
Nsw Yogi, Sept. 18
Flour fuzi—sales of 10,080 barrels at 15 10
2aVoilitat% 4 , 5`80(45 9040r4 Ohkii wheat
advanced one cent—sales of 90,060 bushels at
$1 09(41 16 for Chicago spring; $1 1241 16
for Milwauldei club -and - 24(41 27i-for Red
Western. ..Corn fi rm—sales t -76,000 bashes.
Beef chill. Pork quiet: Lard steady. Whisky
&oche- are' excited: and prices higher.
Cblarigo and Bock Island 70; lilinola Cadre'
Rgatted_ southein 55; New
York Lvn,- - 96f; Bending 844; Lwow es,
44: American gold 116 1; United Treissuri•
Somalis. Lszioort.—Southern Rights-
Negroes. Southern Chivalry—Mulattoes.
Democrat—A follotier of Areckintidge,
Constitutional—tiunderittg the arms of the
United States, tailing the forts; robbing the
mint, abstracting the trust funds, and
making war on the Government. Litman
ititutional--To defend the Government; to
tote Skinthern politicians out 'of office; 'to
atty 'anything abouLnigiCes. 011,60111
,pta tor Jeff. Daii.
.44. 1 the -004. 1 4 1 / leach cutlet)
ibivaackliates Tankees.. :
SUGAR cared hams, just received and
for sale, by NIOINLS & BOWMAN,
sep 17 Cor."Front and Market street.
MIRESH invoice of Lemons, f'nthee, Pea
x Nuts &c., for ode,low ly•
NICHOLS £ BOWMAN,
14417 Cor. front and Market streets.
.144 -RUBIA-iiitt&- - - 144
144 Greene Street, New York City.
GOVERNMENT =- - COFFEE
Put up 14 ;ITiltitund papers, 48 In a box, and In
bulk. Our prices range from Bto 80 cents. We put up
the coloring kinder -
JAVA, MARACAIBO, SDP. RIO, RIO AND
We be; eve onr Cons to be bitter them any ground
Coate nowln uie. y tll"orders addrettittirhi ulcer to
our agents, Mears. PLACII & Yount), 182 Chambers
Street, cor. Washington Street, New York City, and
Messrs. POLLARD & Doses, 181 and 101 South Water
Etrost, dilliro, 111., tOll rendre prompt atimtion.
1 0 31 4 0 11A. 4 2 1 0.0 10,
MoOULLOUGH, LEAD 4 CO.,
NO. 64 DUANE STREET,
ri - EEP constantly on hand the lollowiog
ESIDIC ; SHOT,;;
• DROP SHOT,
otall ;,ali of which they Lifer at the bawd prices.
SNOT AND BALLS.
IvAO TONS MINNIE:BALLS OF ALL
BOUND BALL AND BUCK SHOT,
Atoll supply constantly on hand, will be mold, low, for
Tido company clatimi no right to patent, and 'there'.
foresail st less price, warrant tavir goods barerior to
noes, Balls packed In 100 lb. kegs in prime abipping
order. dit*'ULLOUGH MEAD CI.
Sofeet,4 - few York.
LETTERS tebtamentary having this day
been granted by the Register at Dauphin county
to the enoscribar as the executor of the lent whl and
testament o Ulrich B. ihriekter, late 'of Deny town
ship, deed- ell persons knowing.. thenteelves indebted
to said etre% will please maia paythant, and those hay
ing claims will please presenitheni to the entiseriber for
settaimen!. BTRICII4LFB, Exeeutor.
ELEVEN TEACHERS WANTED.
DROP - i'ted , and the
scboois given out on the lith of September, at
the North WardEchocil HouredwAtilifax. 611 nelsons
wishing to late hoo's will be expected to apply per
sonally, with good coedentiale! By 'order of the Board
of Dwertors. - 7. ILEVIOH, & ore'ar3r.
August VO, 1864 septV aat
CAMS snbgbiiber, ' - 'Derry
township, mar Camplbellatown, &bent the middle
of July, a stray sow, about eeven years old, light red,
In color, large horns and a little hump acted. The
owner Is recreated to await Dirward, prove propelty,
pay charges-mid take her away, otherwise she' will be
disocisdot according to law. JOS. W. NDIgiIEFS.
Derry- to:waship,Augturt an2043t1
OTICE. is, hereby: given that applica•
IN now via beioide by the soloscribers, citizens of
Schuylkill county, Pennsylvatts, for a cbaraf r of a bank
of discount, dep , at and Mrcul,tion, tinder; the free
banking laws of Peontylvania, to be named the ''GOV
BBNMENT BANE ," to be located in the lboron b. of
Pottsville, Schuyis ill county with a capita of fifty
Utomand awl with privilege to increased the
same to two hundred, that and &Alan.
WM. BUWIZINGER, HAMM HbEBS,
H. H. 131,1 4 7V.IfiGEH.
VAbiltY WASHING BIAJE, an e xcel- .
lid substitute See Indigo, ter sale at-the wholessio
and retail grocery More of NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
• • •-cerneret Nutt ant Ni&ket tirade
CHEESE from the celebrated Hamburg
diaries, a amen consignment jut mitred and for
Isle by . mamma it BOWMAN,
roptl2 Corner Front and Mare fe atiesta.
SUGARS, white and brown, of all grades
f0r4111411 w, by NICH9LB & BOWMAN,
septl2 —o3reer. ^Frontal:A Market Arena ='
SNXERA.L Machinists. Also a 14011
b o y In the black mith - sbop Apply at the
jyls4ltf EAGLE WORKS.
XTRA FAMILY FLOUR, a choice lot
of Kars Fatally Flour all warranted by bbL, or
eaok,l net received and for isle low by •
NICHOLS & BOWMN.
1830 Corner rent aid Market streets.
ASMALL, but very superior lot o
. kbubsgei joss recedved, b
.029 : WM. DOCK, dr . Cu.
NO REBELS Bowman
respectfully Infarm' their customers and the nab
& generally, that t e r store will not be chimed hereaf
ter In the afternoon, ari , bre been the one Let week.
We invite all to cal and'innshase u heretofore, as we
have. up.nepe (Tour, Ws: :
NICHOTA h kOWWAW COr.4ront and Market St..
CiEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everithion in'tlio lino, jun, ..rvio!Teci 02 largo
buistitlan and for isle Vert to*
T A. 0 441. 13A by 0.10 and , Begar micii o ola of all km"' do for.
.WB 09,Th aI'I3°WMAN
hoot and Market Streets:
VIROWN sugars of all grade., for Bale
low, by - NIOIIQLB k BOWMAN,
5 • Coiner Trout and Market !treats.
COAL oil and coal oil lamps, of all
liaylas sad sizes, for sale. by •
• NiOHOIB &
au29 - (briar Pront au* Market streets.
F-8 Ls L -1 10017.• Pe S.
KEYSTONE NintS I 4B I I II ARRISBIrke•
TT - should not be forgotten that this
establishment Is still kt suctemul olereallon; ifd
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, EVERGREENS
SHRUBBERY, DRAPE VINES, RASPBER
BIAS, STRAWBERRIES, GOOSE
, BERRIES, , omuIANTB, BLACK
- RIM &c., Ac. , &c., &c.
aes good qualities and:variates, and at reasonable
prloes as they are sold at distant nurserke.
of the iUrf erYl . 44joill tag the 04 . I=loll
gar trausierketoeto-Al gaits 6f two. tientry,leseesod
by bin fiW MUM ,
' ler ° ll uticlA X i " d kriFAl. 4 016. We4 free if
*arta. In at (4. the WY;
MOUSTAO HES. '
je6 Ezmumps intuwrou.
Trig moral vada# of goods for ad
LairLE T ,
tn be found stiCeilieltn unnurpasend in this city._
. . .
6 1 "PFible in the w9rld,Arrl6o, S L2
$1441,-gt, Ssoad4i s visiaide as
ILL be sold at public sale,
• . • • •
ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1862
on the premises,' an elegant fare. situated hi Woos
Vp., Dauphin co., the read from MlUnable - ate Pottseille,
running through the same,, tionlainieglOO'mwea, about
beetaws of which are Clear end the beianeiff is of the
theder. The improvements are a large double
STONE MANSION HOUSE,
.k,large bank batnotagoy; she.‘„cArrilliAti_house
necaisiry-- Out—bnildings; lorrlard, beirdes
plumbs, pairs, a , a fountain pump of never tilling
moataln water. 'lke land is all limed and ln a high
state of oultrat'on.
80. 2. about 19 acres of_land, airnining the above,
about lo ores cf which are clear and the balance in
timber; thercon r rooted a latge stens :"
MANSION HOUSE ANTI TANNERY
witikalhAt4o Tata a large Bark Howe , HOW Jaoun
en( Curryingahop, and all - olher - nerfeaury
foga ; the berg miu is run by water power. It is one of
the best localities for bark ; there could be got from 8
to 800 cord per year.
No. 3. About 13 acres of land, of which about one
half Is clear, all limed and in a good state of Guth's
tion,the hilleftce is of the ver y best oak and_ cheat:ma
N 0.4 . -89 acres of lt.aid, adjoining. the 7above, of the
No. it. 27 acres of woodland, adjoining the above, of
the best, timber of different kinds
No. d 21 save of hinter, laud, stni?ve,
No. 7, 23 acres of timber land, adlohtng the aoove,
eroellent chestnut and oak -timber.
No. 8. 28 acres, adjoining the above, all well covered
with good timber. -
No. 9. 48 acres, also adjoining tie above tracts', well
covered with all ttioda.of -good timber.
The above prop erty will all be sold 5t the fame time
The above ; land is. in a .healthy . eountry_ and within
a abort distance of tha.coal regions, where there is al•
ways the best market rePilunaylvaula. Parsons wishing
to see, the above property can- do e 3 be calling on John
Stone, on the premises, or on the subseribers.
Sale to commence at I detect, 2.: M.'
sepl2-dtwis GEOR9R 11.11RACM, designees.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH
CUBE iron COMB, YOB ONE DUEL
The BEST and CHEAPEST household BEAM
DY in the World.
Madame ZADOC PORTER'S
GREAT COUGH REMEDY 1
MADAME ZADOC PORTER'S Curative
Beldam is warranted if used according to the dt
rectioos, to care in all cases, Coughs, Colds, o hoop*
Condi, ehhma, and 401 &Sections or the Throat and
Made ZADOC PORThi Balsam is prepared wph, all
the requisite care and 'kll, treat-: s combination of the
best remedies the Tg.rtAiiie kingdom affords Its named•
ial qualities are based*os its power to assist the healthy
and vigorous circulation of the blood, through the lunge
It is not a violent remedy, but emollient—warming,
searching nod 'effectiveciin be taken by the oldest per
son or youngemt .child.
Made Z : t.O PORTER'S Balsam has been used by the
public for over 18 years. and has acquired its present sale
simply by being recommended by those who have used
it to their afflicted friends and others.
MOST LitPORTANT.-Madame ZaDOO Poking%
Curative Balsam is sole at a price which brings it in the
reach of every one to keep in convenient rcr use The
timely nee of a eieglehottle will prove to be worth 100
thine , its co. n. - -
-NOTICE.—Save your Money i—Do not be persuaded
top ?chaise articles lads. to It. which do not contain the
'Virtues of•e Dime Bottle of Madame Porter's Curative
Balsam, the cost of manufacturing which is as great as
that of almost arty other medicine ; and the very low
price at which' braoki, makes the profit tot esell r ap
pareatlig ema11,,144 ariprincipled,deidere will spinetimes
recommend other medicines on which their .prefl'a are
larger, unless the customers insist upon having Madame
Porter's and Lone other. Ask for Madame Porter's On
ratrve Balsam, price 10 cents, anti in biro bottles at 20
eta and take no other. if you cannot get it at one store
you can at another. - -
,Wiphold by all Druggists and Store-keepers at 10 cts
and in larger bottles at 201cts. _ .
HALL & MICKEL, Proprietors.
Wholesale Druggists, 21S Greenwich Bt.,
Geo. W. Saily, agent, Market Square, Harrisburg.
y2S4ry . .
IN pursuance of an Order of the
Orphans' Court of Danphia coanty, will xposed
On Saturday, the 11th Day of October,
on the mansion premises—
1. 4.11 that meesuege and tract of land situate inlEast
Her over township in said county, bounded by lands of
Jacob Peffly, Henry Eckert, Jacob Yorly and Jobn Lin
gle, containing one hundred and twelve sores, be the
same more or less, thereon erected a large two story
stone °welling house, and large bank bare, wagon shed,
coracribr, smoke house and other buildings, an I also
ono other new two story frame dwellingOuse with
basements c. There is an excellent spring 01 never
Wittig Rater at each of the dwellings, and a geol J. ump
also at the stone house. This property is situate about
b i er a mile from the Harrisburg and Jonestown road, and
about thirteen miles from Harrisburg. There Is a good
orchard of excellent fruit on the premises, and about
ten acres of good timber lan I. The remainder is un
der a high state of cultivation and fences in geriti re
pair. Altogether this is one of the meat dedrab
farms in the norghborhood
2. Also at the same time and tame, it certain tract of
land, situate hither same township, adjoining lands of
- William harts John Walmer,lllauala Creek and Adam
Hetrick, containing eleven acres, be the same more or
- ess. This land is - well timbered asd is susceptible of
being made good farm land, or meadow.
8. Also at the same time and 'Place, a tract of unim
proved land, situate on the second mountain in the
same township, adjoining lands of Michael Snyder and
Samuel Snyder, John Kelm, Munuel Lingle and others
ecnudning twenty acres, more or less. This land Is
Late the e3tate of Benjamin Kelm, dectd.
Bale to commence at ten o'clock A. M. of said day,
mina atteodance , will be' given and condition' •of sale
made known by . JOHN LINGL
Aibmini3trator or Benjamin Beim, dec'd.
Harrisburg, Sept 2,1862. doawkertr
L,eanon "Democrat" please oopy till sale, and send
bill to Ibis office immediately for collection.
'1 Orphans' Court of Dauphin county
has appointed the subs.riber auditor to distribute
the balance in the hands of the administrator of the
estate of George Nissinger, late of Lykens township, In
watt county, dee'd, on bin dual settlement of said estate
among the heirs at law, of said deceased; and the
andltor has appointed Wednesday, the first day of
October next, at his office in Harrisburg, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon of saidday, ibr the purpose of making
raid distribution, when and where all pees= interested
are requested to attend.
eeptti-dtwoaw JOHN ROBERTS, Auditor.
JILL be sold on the premises, on
Saturday, the 25th day of Ottober, 1861
At public vending. the undivided half Fart of a farm
or tract of improved land situate in kast Hanover town
ship, Dauphin county, adjoining Ballads Fornace,lands
of Daniel Bowls, Levi Tittle, Daniel Lingle and others—.
containing in tbe- whole about one hundred rand fifty
ear's, having thereon erected
A TWO STORY . LOG WEATHER
BOARDED DWELLING HOUSE, -
large New Frame Bank Barn, a tenant
house and other out buildiags. Nearly every
Feld has ewes to running water. There are about
twenty-live agreed the tam in good timber, the militia
in a high state of cultivation, much of it having been
- I the estate of Margaret Thome, decd. • ndance wilt be given and cood.tions of sale made
known by UMW H&YRIS,
• - ,
septlB-w3t• = Biecutora.
; MARKE'T P I-110E.
NVE, HAVING fitted up a large Ratrig
"X% an4llllYing =de coatrecta with some of
ler most reliable farmers to furnish as willt fresh and
woes better regularly, wia be enabled to supply our
ustom.rs with tweet Praia we Gold batter at all times. •
my` 9 • WM. nocit,A & CO.
FOB P4E813-11.VINA PIIRP4O43EB,
A 17KRY,perior, article, (intr ojustlt
ibnd -2 * sale b 7 - 4
'ATE are offering for sale a splendii
.0 11 , 4 r of Val:ft Bea low by.: 64
polukkolorkee or daily,
- - - KBLIMWSZEUG
?OMB& YinfiP*l. ItAriaatick4 fo r :
- NW; Moor IN* Wlrtidioelmrsok
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AHD 'RETAIL
Car rt. Ca C 1 3EI R. SS,
Oorner Front and Market Streets,
RESPECTIVELY invite the attention
of the public to their In ge and well selected
ROOMS, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND BO
We now offer for Balt?
Stewarts; Loverings Golden Syrup,
White and Brown Sugars of all grades,
Green and Black Teas,
Coffee, Spices and Flavoring
We invite an examioatlon of oar superior
NON-IMPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
One , quelled in every respect by any in the rr arket, to
gether with all kinds of
We hale the largest assortment of
GLASSWARE & QUEENSWARE
in the city ;. also, 401 k• rids of
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE.
Can d examine at our old stand,
mellow & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
SIX TEACHERS WANTED.
LIZ leachers are wanted in the township
to or Swatara. None bat comps Tent teachers need
app). Echoed term of Ave months duration. dalary
S3U per month. Rot further pandoulare. apply to
ht. A. FRA.NIZ,
septlB•d2wm2ta Hi:hopire, Dan bin CO,
To the - Citizens - and Others Now
Within the City of Harrisburg.
In pursuance of the command of his Ex
cellency G. Curtin, Governor of this
Commonwealth, dated this day, to me direct
ed, I hereby forbid every able bodied man from
leaving the bounds of this city, upon the pain
of being arrested and held in charge by the
military authorities, under the instructions
given to them for that purpose by the Gov
All railroad companies and their agents, lo
cated at this city, are also hereby notified and
positively forbidden to carry_ off, or furnish
transportation for the purpose•of carrying oft,
any and all able-bodied men from this city.
The Provost Guard detailed for duty in this
city, are hereby directed to take care that the
above Proclamation be enforced.
WM. H. KEPNER, Mayor.
blaToe's 011101, Harrisburg, Sept. 12, 1862
septl2-tf. -- -
LOST.—Was lost in the cars between
LI moods, and Sunbury. or at the Depot at Harris.
burg on tee morning of the 6th of September, a pocket
memorandum book, containing sundry paters among
which were one promissry note at 90 days, d,tedJulyle,
1862, for $858.60, by F. B.•.Blett. ; one do, at 3 months
for 159170, rated Sept . Ist, 1862, by John Cooper; also
an acceptsnce by Young & W oburion, dated o;tober
24th, 1857, for terse months! 61010 (now over due,) all
in favor of Christ ang & Co. All persons are hereby
cautioned against a transfer of any of the above obliga
tions, as payment has barn stopped. Tee oontoota of
said Memorandum Bo* being of no use to any person
except to the subscriber, the ender Will be Aberally
rewarded by returning the same to
septl2.dlit Bolit T. H LO vO,l Lancsater. Ps.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
Third Street; Below Market,
OPEN EVERY EVENING
GREAT STAR TROUPE
Win appear at the above hall, in a grand wimp of
Singing, Dancing, New hots, Burlesques &c., pic - santing
to the public the beat entertainment In the city.
VALUABLE PROPE - RTY
Two Brick lonia and Lots
ON FINN STRBET.
For puritanism; enquire of
jy4sd2taw3rn Corner of and Pine drank
BRICK HOUSES FOR SALE.--The
property of John Ford, or this oily, We deceased,
cossistlng of two brio houses the one Is located on
south corner of Front and Locust esreeta , and the - other
on 'lama Amu, and pins the trot Tao above prop
erty is pleasantly located and will bested at publics sale
in front of tho Court House, on the 18th of September,
ilia?. at T o te" Poimgcsallon Oven in April rail,
Teomsatade known at bale. GEORGE WELKEF
2000 RIFLES FOR SALE
AT LEMAN'S RIFLE WORKS,
PRICES FROM $7 60 to $lO 00 EACH
Addrees BURY R. LIMAN, Lanosster, Pa.
DANDELION COFFEE I—A Fresh and
Urge eappb , of this Celebrated Coifed est; received
by FJ&>ii WM. DOOf Sr_ & s.
BREAKFAST BACON !
AVery choice lot, equal to the celebra
tea (imported) Yorkehlre, *et received.
jyld OC iro.
°AU and examine those new jar& for
Mruh,c 1. best, eheayst and empleat fa to market,
for sale by NICooLB k BOWMAN,
lal9 Corner Front and Market rtreet.
OF all aim, patterns and prices, just
recelred and for sale by
el 3 WU. DOM Jr.,:di CO
LOTS FOR SALE
D J. HALDEMAN will sell lots on
North divot mut Powaylviata avarice. 10
Uwe tiL=S O Purchase. Apply coiner Front and
Walnut jyal dif
gOLD PENB The largest and beet
stodt, from $l.OO to s4.oo—warranted..at
81111FITSP 8 ROOKSTORL
LUI3RIGAT ING 0 for all kinds of ma
._ abloom in paokanee, for oalivel7 low
NIGRULS E BOWMAN,
Cbrnor Front and Mirka street.
OR RENT.—A house on South street
bettr s itm l ssa m ßeesas and Third. Enquire of
NOWAY, Cor. 24 and fine Bl.
ricsoim small lot of
those celebrated Hams last received.
eras WY. DOM; -
riTRE Older Vinegar,- which weArari ant
to be made solely from older, Juit reeeired and for
nae low by NlCHOlita WOWlfftli,
.1012 Corner Wont and *Wet, streets.
DANDELION, Rio and other prepare-
Um of OA% farad by
moms a Bowies,
wpm Ceroeriroat see Now Mete
4c., &c., &c
Ste., &c., Stc