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morning Edition without extra charge.
HA BP.T.ISBURG, PA
Saturday Afternoon, September 20,1862.
WArrEn.—A young man who can write a
rapid and fair hand, to assist at copying
manuscripts. Address, Jaime, Harrisburg P. O.
WArrran.—A white girl to do general house
work. None need apply who cannot produce
recommendations. Good wages will be paid.
Apply at this office.
Ncrrics.—There will be no service in the
Locust Street Methodist church to-morrow.
A FATAL DISEASE is doing great damage
among the swine herds of Chester Co.
Da. A. K. &urn, Military Director of Trans
portation, has been ordered to Hagerstown, to
make the necessary hospital arrangements for
Tu BODIES of Col. Crossdale and Capt. An
drews, for Doylestown and Reading, left this
morning in charge of the respective friends of
the deceased soldiers.
SECOND LIJTHEBAR Catracs.—There will be
no service in the Lutheran Chapel, corner of
State and Fourth Streets, to-morrow. The
building is occupied by a company of soldiers.
W. H. Cass Low has resigned as a conductor
on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad, for the
purpose of accepting a position as Assistant
Assessor of Revenue Taxes in Dauphin county,
Mr. Caslow is an energetic gentleman, compe
tent for the position to which he has been call
ed. We congratulate him upon his appoint
Prcruass.—Kr, A. S. Black has opened a new
and splendid daguerrean gallery, in Mamma's
building, in Third street, opposite the Patriot
and Onion office, where he is prepared to exe
cute, in a superior manner, photographs, am
brotypes, cartes de vibile, and daguerreotypes,
at the very lowest rat( s. Mr. B. has new and
improved machinery, and can produce pictures
unequaled hy any. See his advertisement in
Barr en CoNnucr.—Last evening a man went
to the United States Hotel in this city, by the
invitation of Judge Leonard, to see a sick
friend, and upon leaving the house, was at
tacked in the hall by the landlord and a man
named John Mitchell ; but the person hap
pened to be too much for both and made
them skedaddle with bloody noses. The at
tacked party then leftior the Buehler House.
As the matter will be brought before the Quar
ter Session, we refrain from comment.
A Winn SNABB.—The Gettysburg Star and
Banner says that a white snake was recently dis
covered in Adams county. It was about six
feet in length and was moving northward. But
what seems the more remarkable, the snake was
in imparts, not being connected in any way,
but evidently belonging to each other, in order
to make his snakesttip complete. The one half
moved after the other and appeared in every
movement to be iu sympathy with each other.
The Star can take the credit of printing the
last and the best snake story extant.
WHAT A Samos we have had, and what a
havest is crowning it I The orchards are al
most crushed to the ground by the superabun
dance of fruit, and the field' are yellow with
their bounty. No epidewic has touched the
North or swept over the South. The whole coun
try, except where the war Ins brought desola
tion, has been rejoicing in growth and marvel
lous fertility. What a glorious consummation
to such a season it would be to rescue the na
tion from the assaults of rebellion and give
peace to the republic in all its integrity. Away
with the . doubt whether a land like this can be
kept free from the progress and prosperity of a
C. H. Erma, (and not George, as was reported
in theletter of the Proprietor,) is the name of the
soldier attached to company I, 46th Reg., who
was reported as killed in the late battles in Ma
ryland. Young Etter was a most estimable
and exemplary mita, inspired with a noble
ambition to do what was right, and always
prompted in his actions by what waa honorable
and just. Many will mourn his untimely death,
though he died while battling for the noblest
cause that ever invoked a sacrifice in its de
fence. Since the above was written, letters
have been received from Col. Knipe confirming
he death of young Etter, and stating that his
body was buried, and the grave marked. We
also learn that Mr. George Trullinger and Geo.
Dunn went to visit the late battle field, and
have his body removed to this city for burial.
HONISDALI Rui —The' only three demo
crats in the Rifles, are the three mentioned by
the Patriot and Units.
In the Rifles and the Rescue Co., now in
camp from Honesdale, less than ten are demo
Of the Wayne Calvary, arrived at (lamp Our
tin yesterday, nut one•siath are democrats.
Of the Hawley militia, to arrive to-day, no
to exceed six are democrats.
Of the Damascus three years infantry, to ar
rive on Monday, not one -sixth are democrats.
Of 1,800 men which Wayne will have in the
field—as militia or volunteers—on Monday
next, not four hundred are democrats.
The above statement was furnished to ns by
a gentleman belonging to Honesdale, and who
understands the military organisation of that
county thoroughly. We print this statement
in reply to lite sickly bravado of the tory organ
this morning, which claims that because three
locofocos have gone to the war, all patriotic
men should at ones go into convulsions of de
light. The statement of our Honesdale friend
completely takes the wind out of the tory .
Two Fall Meeting and exhibition of the Cum
berland County Agricultural Society will be held
on the Fair Grounds at Carlisle, on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, the 16th, 16th and 17th
Mon Pam OF WOOL.-WOOl is now higher
than it has been for forty-four years. This is
owing to the large demand for army goods, and
to the advanced price of cotton. It will not
soon fall so low again as it has been of late
years. It would pay our Dauphin county
farmers to give more atteutton to the raising
of sheep for the fleece.
A Somas's Fanaul.—Dr. Hall says " When
you write to a soldier put cayenne in the ea•
velope—a teaspoonfull will do more good than
a bottle of rum. It will invigorate the system,
gently warm and stimulate, without the depres
sion that follows after alcoholic liquors. Is
good against chills, diarrhoea, dysentery, flux,
&u. A teaspoonful taken—a pinch at ,a time
throughout the day in your victuals and drink
—will counteract the bad effect of poor water
and give vigor and strength. Bay your pepper
at the druggists ; they have the pure article
under the name of firs.
SANTORD'EI OPERA Home, Tnran Sriumr.—A
crowd may always be found there, as the enter
tainment provided by the great Sanford is one
that cannot be equalled in minstrelsy. His
long association as manager and proprietor of
his Philadelphia Opera House, is a guarantee of
the respectability of the performers and per
formance. A great Saturday night bill is up
for this evening. On Monday evening a new
piece of a laughable character will be presented.
We learn that Mr. Hall is engaged and will ap
pear in his Bass Solo, &0., &c. To spend an
evening, go to Sanfoid's.
—A well executed counter.
felt $6 note on the Manufacturers' and Mechan
ics' Bank of Philadelphia, has been issued. At
the two upper corners are medallion 6's, well
engraved. At the lower left hand corner is a
child with curls, on the lower right corner are
two horses, with a landscape. The general air
of the note Is calculated to deceive. Look out
for them in this neighborhood.
Imlay & Bicknell's Reporter also announces
that counterfeit 6's on the Downingtown Bank,
have just been put in circulation. Vignette,
I farmers loading hay on an ox team, girls at
work, cattle scene ; Fru on corners.
Tan Erraur ON TEI News UPON TEI Son- 1 1
nrees.—The moment the TELEGRAPH reached
the public last evening, the news of the recent
victories in Maryland produced some strange
effects upon the thousands of soldiers now
awaiting marching orders ha this city. Some
shouted until their throats were hoarse ; others
leaped and laughed with wild joy, which be
tokened the desperate spirit within, that only
needed prompting to undertake any enter
prise, however bloody, for the defence of a good
cause; vine devoured the news as the tears
rolled down their cheeks, blessing the vic
torious heroes between sentences, and stamp
ing their feet, as if thus to give vent to
their deep emotion ; others calmly read the
accounts, their eyes the. while flashing with a
fire which only burns in true men's souls.—
the capital grounds, along Third and
Market streets, the crowd ebbed and flowed and
swayed like a mighty wave. Shoutarent the air.
Strong men clasped each other in their arms,
embracing so if to make their loyalty the bond of
a friendship which was to endure for life. Anon
the name of M'Olellan was mingled with their
shouts—again Gov. Curtin was cheered—then
the Union, followed by such encomiums in the
way of boisterous applause for all who have been
OT are in any way connected prominently with
the war, just as the impulse of the moment or
the peference of the crowd suggested. Last
night will be an occasion long remembered by
all who witnessed its scenes or heard its pro
Ten Fulmar, or Calm Baomm.—The remain,
of Capt. Brooks were buried last evening, in
the family lot at Mt. Salm Cemetery.
At the request of the relations of the de
ceased, the funeral was entirely private, or
at least it was divested of all military pageantry
and display. He was buried from the residence of
his father•in-law, Theodore F. Schaffer, in Lo
cust street, below Front. The military escort
that accompanied the body from the battle
field to this city, followed it to the grave, and
this was all that distinguished the funeral from
that of the burial of a civilian.
By the time the funeral procession reached
the cemetery, the dark clouds of night had
gathered over the earth, thus rendering the
scene and the occasion, solemn, impressive and ,
even melancholy. Bev. Dr. Hay officiated, and
with the most touching and pathetic eloquence,
alluded to the virtues of the deemed, the
noble cause in which he had died, and the
reward which was surely his, in that Hea
ven where battles do not rage, nor death
enter to disturb its peace. He spoke to
those who mourned a hero, and reminded
them that he who was now in the grave, had
won other victories than those which crimson
the garments with blood in their achievement.
The hero of war, had also been the hero of
peace. He who hid Covered himself with lau
rels in the defence of his country, and laid
down his life that freedom might live, had
also crowned himself with laurels that would
bloom in other bones, and shed their fragrance
to perfume the atmosphere of the divine. He
spoke to her who mourned a husband, and re
minded her of the presence of Him who had
promised to be a husband to the widowed.—
Tears could not call back the dead. Lamenta
tion would not break the chain of his Bleep. Let
him rest, then, in his grave and his glory.
Such at least, were Dr. Hay's thoughts on the
occasion, but far more eloquently expressed
than we can attempt to sketch. From our pen,
no tribute would be too glowing in memory of
Capt. Brooke. We honored him while he liv
ed, because he Wall brave, courteous and frank.
We now deplore his death, because had he
lived, he might have risen to that" eminence
which his noble qualities ever indicated that
he should occupy. And yet we bow to-the in
scrutible decrees of Providence, and beseech in
torrent sincerity, for plan to ths ashes of Gam
Ilemutvlecmia teltartiO, Saturbap 'Afternoon September 20, 1682
W. 0. 1110KOK, Fes., President of the Com
mon Council desires us to say that he wishes
all the citizens of the Fourth Ward, who design
joining:the city patrol or guard, to meet at the
Mayor's office, between 7 and 9 o'clock this
evening, to be sworn in office.
0178 CONTAB Comm friends who harried to
the defence of the border under Capt. EL N.
McAllister, will not aihnit that they arexll ex.
empt from military duty by age, meaning,
thereby, of course, that they still peewits the
bloom and vigor of youth. We make this ex
planation with pleasure, particularly after we
had an opportunity of seeing some of those who
compose this company, the very flower of the
handsome young men of Bellefonte. And yet we
were led into the error of the first statement of
the exemption by age, after meeting some of
our oldest friends and best men of that borough
who have volunteered to do duty, and are lowly
to die rather than that the soil of Pettssyl.
verde should be polluted with a rebel heel. Let
it be understood, then, that Capt. McAllister's
company is a blendingof youth and manhood—
the one handsome and ardent, the other
mature and vigorous, in the good cause.
Tamura or EssPscr.—At a Special Meeting of
the Good Will Fire Co„ it was announced that
Henry H. Hopple was killed at the battle fought
near Harper's Ferry, when a committee of three,
consisting of the following members, W. S.
Walters, Geo. A. •Derstine, and W. K. l'erbeke,
were appointed to draft a series of resolutions,
who made the following report :
WassitAs, It has pleased Divine Providence
to take from among our absent members, who
are battling for our glorious cause, our worthy
and much esteemed fellow member, Henry
Hopple ; and whereas, he, like many more Of
our fellow members, went forth at their coun
try's call to show its traitors that the Constitu•
tion and the laws shall and will be enforced,
even at the sacrifice of precious lives ; there
fore, be it
Resolved, That, while we mourn the loss of
one so dear to us, we cannot but express our
feelings in relation to our late fellow member,
Henry H. Hopple, who has been taken away
from us in the prime of life and vigor of man
Resolved, That we deeply and sincerely regret
the loss of one who was endeared to us by his
many virtues as well as the unbounded interest
he always manifested in the affairs of the com-
Resolved, That by the death of Henry H. Hop
pie this company has lost one, who; from its
organization to the time he was stricken down
by the band of some ruthless traitor to our
country, manifested a seal as untiring and an
energy as unflagging as it was possible for hu
man nature to sustain.
Resolved, That we tender to the wife of the
deceased the warmest expressions of our sym
pathy in this the hoar of her deep bereave
Miami, That as a mark of respect for our
late fellow member, the hall and apparatus of
tuis company be draped in mourning for the
space of thirty days, and that a copy of the
above resolutioos be sent to the wife of the de
Ma. EDITOR : —As a near relative of Captain
Winniam H. Aztrasws, of the 128th Regiment,
P. V., who w .6 killed in the recent battle near
Bharpsburg, Md., permit me publicly to express,
through your columns, my deep sense of grati
tude to Joan W. BROWN, Bsci , of Harrisburg,
for the recovery of the body from the battle
field, and for his personal care under great dif
ficulties, in delivering it to me In this city.
Mr. Brown also took charge of the bodies of
Col. CrtossnerA, of the 10th Regiment, and
Capt. BROOKS, of Harrisburg, which were de
livered by him to their relatives. It is proper
to add, as repents Capt. Annum, that he re
fused any compensation whatever, asserting by
way of excuse for such refusal, that all expenses
of boxing, transportation, &c., were borne by
the Government. J. Ii.NAI3B,
Herr's Hotel, Sept. 19. Reading, Pa
Written for the TILICIAPII.]
This distinguished officer • has been tendered
a high position by the Philadelphia Home
Guards, but it seems, prefers to remain in com
mand of his own regiment, which though
greatly reduced in effective force is one
of the oldest and most distinguished in the
service. The 84th will be remembered as the
regiment originklly commanded by Col. W. G.
Murray, formerly of Harrisburg, who was killed
at the battle of Winchester, in which the regi
ment won immortal honors.
Col. Bowman was originally Major of Cavalry
in the 4th Illinois—was at the battles of Fort
Donaldson, Shiloh and Coiinth, and was subse
quently breveted Colonel of Cavalry for " dis
tinguished and meritorious services." Subse
quently he was tendered the command of the
84th, which he accepted is time to participate
in the marches, battles and disasters of the re
cent campaign of Gen. Pope.
We are informed that this regiment is fast
being recruited, two full companies having
elected to join 15,-within the past few days. It
is a distinguished honor to belong to•the 84th, a
regiment by "all oar country's wishes blest."
Nor the Telegraph.)
COL. AMU/ONG' , BIXIM P. M., Co. E,
Ma. Marro* Tuesday's issue of the Pa
triot and Union, I find a brief notice of "A Com
pany from Millersburg," and, as there is fla
grant error committed in the main statements,
I beg leave to correct them, and give a brief
history of its organisation.
The. citizens of Millersburg assembled Sept.
7th for the purpose of forming•&military com
pany for the defence of the state. Twenty-four
names were subscriOed, and the organization
duly completed by electing Bev. C. W. Ayara
Captain, W. H. Moore First Lieutenant, and S.
P. Auchmnty Second Lieutenant. The muster
roll soon numbered sixty names, and it will ex
pected that the full number would be raised
immediately. Transportation was sent for—
when it came the whole organisation was de
stroyed by certain dissatisfied office-seekers, car
rying out a preconcerted plan causing confusion
in the ranks. These, with certain "mesh" who
had joined the company for the purpose of pre
venting the Governor's order being carried out
in Milleraburg, succeeded la their purpose—they
accomplished their mean and treasonable pur
pose. The Captain then called upon all who
were desirous of rendering assistance to their
country in this, the time of her great exigency,
to follow him to Halifax and there form a new
organisation. Millersburg furuished thirty-six
men, Halifax and Matamorasfifdy four. 0. W.
Ayara was elected Captain, H. 0. Witmer'. First
Lieutenant, S P. Anchornty Second Lieutenant.
The company is now number E, of, the Sixth
P ennsy l van i a Militia, Colonel Armstrong. com
mending. S. P. Amain:Doty was promoted to
the office of - major of the redolent, and the vs
canny oxaseloned thereby baguet yet been filled.
T oga &G., O. W. Amax.
W. G. WALTERS,
W. IL VERBESE,
GEO. A. DEMOB,
COL. B. M. BOWMAN.
TER SOLDIER'S VOW.
Written fer the Telertarh.]
Our country—land that God hath blessed,
From North to South, from Suit to West,
How art thou torn by natal strife;
Intnnal war, contentions rife.
We almost weep to see thee bleed,
Alas, it is foul treason's deed 1
But God will lay the traitors low,
Avenge, ere the invading foe,
May strike sgdo at freedom's heart,
Or bid sweet liberty depart.
Our country, unto thee we cling
With all the fervor soul can bring ;
Nor d,re we from thee tarn away,
Lest hope should wither, faith decay.
Our sun of life would quickly set,
Should we our country's cause forget ;
Then while we live we'll faithful prove,
And more than life, sweet freedom love.
Oar country, formed and framed divine,
Our God, our country, we are thine.
Wa mars received a large assortment of hoop
skirts, hum 76c. np to $2 60. A large assort
ment of linen and needlework collars, and col
lars and sleeves, at all prices. White cambrics,
jacconette, nantucke, brilliants, and plain and
figured Swiss muslin, at all prices. The finest
lot of embroidered French cambric brands ever
brought to Harrisburg—of infant's waists we
keep a large assortment. Ladies' and gentle
men's linen pocket handkerchiefs, ladies' stock
ings, gentlemen's one half hose, and children's
stockings of all descriptions and prices. Twenty
pieces of carpet to be sold cheap. Kentucky
Jeans, sattlnetts and cassimeres for men and
boy's wear. We received 60 down suspenders,
at .11 prices. 60 dozen cotton handkerchiefs,
with bordvre, and a great many other notions
and small wear. S. Lawr.
To the Afflicted.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form those who are afflicted with Rheuma
tism, Dyspepsia, Consumption of Liver and
Kidney, Coughs, Fevers, and all diseases
arising from impurity of the blood, that she is
prepared to furnish Mrs. Westhoven's airman
Vegetable Medicines at very moderate rates.
I have also en hand a quantity of invaluable
Salves for Sore Eyes, Frozen Feet and Piles.
References can be furnished as to their won
derful efficacy; whenever called upon. There
need be no apprehension in regard to my com•
petency in administering it, as I have had it
on hand for the past six years. As they are
now sold at reduced prices, no family should be
without them over night. They can be bad at
any time at my residence, in Pine street, be
tween Second and Front
Mu. Ban :—I take this method of testifying
to the ef f icacy of your valuable medicine. My
child bad Convulsion of the Bowels, and I heard
of your curing children of that disease. I then
gave it a trial, and my chid was restored to
health. When I commenced to use it my child
was three weeks old. I then used your Infant
Cordial until my child was sin months old, and
my husband and I believe that your medicine
was the mesas of saving our child's life. I live
tato miles below the city.
DANDELION, Rio and oilier prepara
tlODl or Coffee, for mile by
1442 Comer NICHOLS & BOW A N,
Pram Auld Motet Meets
FILL UP THE OLD REDRAWS!
PATRIOTIC and able bodied young men
who would agoidbohtg drafted, sod who wlih to
Join one or the noblest regiments in the geld, and be
oommanded by ampulla or fifteen months service, who
austaine the highest reputin.a as a breve, temperate
and ehrletom mincer. should at once eater co. N., Capt.
W. A . hohinaon of too t allaut neventy seventh Regi
ment. P.V., now to:lrvine 1, the grew army of Itajor
General 'eel, Tioncanno.
BOUNTY $177—5102 IN ADVANCE.
Apply to W. S. i.baltr, Paper and Military Store, Mar
ke. taxert , Or 10 rev. t d. rtoblusoo, Prom art et above
Market. au2B dal
SHOT AND BALLS.
100 TONS MINNIE BALLS OF ALL
ROUND BALL AND BUCK SHOT,
A full supply constantly on hand, will be gold low, (or
TOM company claims no right to patent, and there
fore sad aL leo price, warrant their goods inferior to
none, Halle peeked in 100 lb. kegs in prime shipping
order. IioCULLOUGH, /MAD & 0 ,
eeptlo•dtt fla Duane Street, New York.
LIAMILY WASHING BLUE, as excel
lent substitute for Indigo, for ea le at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of N1C11301.8 k BOW KAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
°REESE from the celebrated Hamburg
14,,,/ dairies, a small consignment Just received and ttlr
ante by NIORMS & BOWMAN,
eeptl2 Corner Front nod Mane: streets.
FOR PRESERVING PURPOSES.
VERY superior article, (pure,) just
ree•tvo4 anti Co eale by
WM. DOCit. ' a co.
WE are offering tor sale a splendid
(leant - o. Vanilla Bean at low prices, by the
pound, ounce or singly.
KRUAR'S DRUG -Ton,
91 Market Street.
IIDb,R Vinegar, warranted pu , e, for
V: tale low, by NICHOLS k 'BOHM"
septla Corner Front and Market auWta.
NOTICE is hereby given that applica
tion will be trade by tee subscribers, (Warns of
Schuylkill county, rennsylvatia, for a charter of a bank
of discount, deo• la and eireniction, under the true
banking laws of Pennsylvania, to be named the .110V
BRIeltiENT BANK ," to be located In the boron h at
Potterille, Sebuylsill county with a capita of fifty
thousand dolls., and with priullese to increased the
same to two hundred then-and dollars.
WM. iiIIoIZINGE6, DANIEL MIENS,
W. N. HUNIZINMEE. E. J lil f[
H. 0. aurerunomi.
Pottsville, Ayala'. 8,1862. aullatwito
101 MING Tan
ice _ IKELLRRT LIIVOSTORIL
T" general variety of goods for ad
et be found at Keller's, is unanrpuised in this city.
le 6 91 Market street
VBACCO and sogars of all kinds, for
sale ky NICHOLS k BOW* tN,
Omar Ramat and Market Streets.
BROWN sugars of all grades, for sale
low, by PIICROL3 A BOWMAN,
,1021$ Corner Front ant Market fames.
00&L oil and coal oil lamps, of all
Kyles and atm, for Baba by
. . .
1410/10L8 dr BOWMAN,
Corner groat and Mutat streets.
QIIGARS, white and brown, of all grades
nmr sate law, by MICHAS & BOWMAN,
trepan Owner Froot sad M.r.et streets
QIIGAR cured hams, just received and
eves* by b.1011..L1 k kOir %lAN,
s• 3? /I Cor. Front and narked street
§:WHEAL iiiwainistg. Also a ston
boy in tae mama gosh V i r a go
1641 t I/OXX.
tURSUANT to an act of the General As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennitylvarda, en
t,a Act relating to Elections in this Common
wealth," approved the SA day of July, A. D., one thou
sand eight hundred and thirty-nine, I, JACOB D. BO !S,
Sheriff of the county; of Dauphin, Fennaymania, do here
by make known and give notice to the electors of the
county aforesaid, that an election will be held in the said
county of Dauphin, ON THE SECOND TIIISDAY OF
00v0131121, A. D. 1562, (being the 14th day of umber)
at which time the State and County Officers, as follows,
a to be elected, to wit :
ne person to represent the counties of David n,
No , ih mberland, llnibn, Fay der and Jewel a, comport
lug the 14th Conaeribmal dither, in' the Congress of
the Cnitef Sham
Iwo persons to represent the County of Dauphin in
the House of Representatives.
One person for District Attorney for the county of
One person for County Commissioner.
One porton for Director of the Poor and House of em
OLIO person for County Auditor.
One person for County Surveyor.
toe person for t orotur.
I AIDO HEREBY MARE KNOWN AND GIVE NOTICE
that the places of holding the aforesaid general eleotion
In the several wards, boroughs, districts and townships
within the county of Dauphin, are as follows, to wit :
The election for the First Ward le the Qty of Harris
burg, shall be held at the Public School Heine, at toe
corner of Mary's alley and Front street.
The election in the Second Ward., shall be held at the
Sabool House at the earner of Dewberry ally and
Chestnut st, eel.
The election for the Third Ward, shall be held at the
School House in Walnut street, between second and
The election for the Fourth Ward, shall be held at the
Public School House in Rate street, between Second and
Third • streets.
The election for the firth Ward, shall be ha: at the
bons* belong to General John Forster, on the State road
leading fromthe reservoir grounds to the Pommyleads
Stele Lunatic Hospital.
The election in the Sixth Ward, isiall be held at the
School House a west Harrisbarg.
For the township of SuNnehanna, at Miller's (now NW
ley's) school hones.
For the township ef Lower Swatara at the school house
No. 1, in filghspire.
For the townshship of Swatara at the Locust Grove Inn.
For the borough of Middletown at the Brick School
house, in Pine street, in said borough.
For the township of Londonderry, at the Public House
of Joseph Helper, In said township.
For the township of West Londonderry, at the house of
Christian Neff, in said township
For the township of Conewsgo, erected out of parts of
the townships of Londonderry and Deny, at thehouse of
Christian Foltz, (now Jno. S. Folts„) in said township.
For the township of Derry, at U.° public house of Dan
iel Baum, in Eituumelatown, in said. township.
For the township of South Hanover, at the public house
of George Rocker, in said township.
For the township of East Hanover, at the public house
of Maj. Shell's, (now Boyers) to mild township.
For the township of West Hanover, at the public house
or Jacob Rudy, (now Buoles,) in said township.
For the township of lower Paxton, at the publlo house
of Robert Gilchrist, (now Sweigart's,) in said township.
For the township or Middle Paxton, at the publichouse
of Joseph Cockley, in said township.
For the township of Rusk at the Matte belonging to
the estate of the late John Mcallistei, dec'd now occupied
by David Mum' In said township.
For the township of Jefferson. at the house of Christian
Hollinan. in said township.
For the township of Jac a, ( /), at the house now occu
pied by John Dialer, at BirJer's min, in said township.
For the township or Halifax, at the North Ward School
House, in the town of Halifax.
For the township of Reed, at the new School House on
Duncan's Island, in said township.
For the borough of Millersburg, at the window next to
the corm-eau. corner on the sekt aide of uenw School
House, labiate on Midae street io the borough of Mil
lershur, , in the county of usu.,. in.
For the township of Upper Paxton, ;at the house of
Jacob Buck, notv occupied .by Samuel Buck, to said
MRS. L. BALL
For the townshjp of Wain, at the public house of Mi
tinsel Eaterline, (sow Benj. flordner,) in Berrysburg, in
MARY E. MAHAN
For the township of Washington, at the public house
now occupied by Matilda Wingert, in said township.
For the township of Lykens, at the public house of Sol
omon Loudenslager, (now Heiser) in the borough of Gram
For the borough of Gratz, at the public house of Solo
mon Loudenalager, (now Keiser,) in said borough.
For the township or Wiconiseo, at the School Home No.
- 5, In mid township.
I also, for the information of the electors of the county
of Mumble, pal:dish the 1121101014 sections of sots of the
dieneral assembly, enacted during the sesilon of 186$
elm wawa 1 mad a, page 104, pamphlet laws, ap•
proved the lath day of Starch, NW, visa—" That the old
seas of the township of Londonderry, In the *panty of
Dauphin, formerly embraced in the Portsmouth election
district, together with such other citizens of said town
ship residing west of the public' road leading from Port
Royal to Niealey's mill, in said township, shall hereafter
hold their_ general and special elections at the house of
MUIR= Neff, in said township."
Roc. 3. That said district shall hereafter be known as
West Londonderry election district.
Whereas the place of holding the elections in tne town
ship of Rush, Dauphin county,was by law at School House
number three in said township: raid whereas, there is
no such School house, therefore—,Section 1. Be it enacted
by the Senate and Howe litemsentatioesot t
the a/M and lM i
Umadk PfillighaltiaiTS General Assembly set, s
hereby enacted by •Me authority of (he same, That the
general and township elections of Rush Township, Dauphin
County, shall be held at the house belonging to the estate
of the late John Mcallister, deceased, now occupied by
David Meal. Page 88 pamphlet laws,lB6B.
I also make known and give notice, as ni ana by the
13th section of the aforesaid act I am directed, " that
every person, excepting justices of the peace, who shall
bold any office or apjointment of profit or trust under the
government of the United States, or of this 'State, or any
city or incorporated district ? whether a commissioned of
ficer or otherwise, a subordinate officer, or agent, who is
or shall be employed under the legislative, judiciary, or
executive department of this State or the United States, or
of any city or incorporated district, and also, that every
member of Congress and the State Legislature, and of the
select and common council of any city, commissioners of
any incorporated district, is by law Incapable of holding
or exercising at the same time the office or appointment
of judge, inspector or clerk of any election ef this Com
monwealth, and that no inspector or judge, or other offi
cer of any such election, shall be eligible to any office
then to be voted for."
Also. that in the fourth section of the act of Assembly,
entitled "an Act relating to executions, and for other
purpmee," approved April 16,1840, it is enacted that the
aforesaid 18th section " shall not be so construed as to
prevent any militia officer or borough officer from serv
ing as judge, inspector or clerk at any general or special
election in this Commonwealth!)
Also, that in the fast section of said act, his enacted,
that every general and special elections shall be opened
between the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon, and
shall continue without interruption or adjourment until
seven o'clock in the evening, when the polls shall be
The special election shall be held and conducted by the
inspectors and judges elected as aforesaid, and by clerks
appointed as hereinafter provided.
No person shall be permitted to vote at the election,
as aforesaid, but a white freeman of the age of twenty
one years or more, who shall have resided in this State
at least one year, and in the election district where he
offers to vote at „lewd ten days immediately preceding
such election, and within two years paid a state or county
tax, which shall have been assessed at least ten days be
fore the election. But a citizen of the United States who
has previously been a qualified voter of this State and re.
moved therefrom and returned, and who ball have re
sided In the election district and paid taxes as aforesaid,
shall be entitled to vote after residing in this State six
months : Provided, That the white freemen, citizens of
the United States, between the ages of 21 and 22 years,
and have resided In the election district ten days, as
aforesaid, shall be entitled to vete, although they shall
not have paid taxes.
No person shall be admitted to vote whose name Is
not contained in the list 01 taxable inhabitants furnished
by the copnissioners, unless: First, he produces a receipt
for the payment within two years, of a state or county
tax, assessed agreeably to the constitution, and give satis
factory evidence, either on his own oath or affirmation, or
the oath or affirmation of another, that he has paid such
a tax, or on failure to produce a receipt, shell make oath
of the payment thereof ; or, Second; if he claim a vote by
being an elector between the ages of 21 and 22 years .he
shall depose an oath or affirmation that he has resided in
the State at least one year belore his application, and make
such proof of his residence in the district es is requzed
by this sot, and that he does verily believe from the ao
counts given him that he is of the age aforesaid, and giv
uoti other evidence as ill required by this whereupon
the name of the person so admitted to vote, shall be Water
led in the alphabetical list by the inspectors and a note
made opposite thereto by writing the word 'tax,' if he
shall be admitted to vote by reason of having paid tax ,or
the word 'age,' if he shall be admitted to vote by reason
of such age, and shall be called out to the clerks, who
shall make the like notes in the list of voters kept by them.
• Non Winationtuts.
RUSH TOWNSHIP—Race of Arectson
" In ail cases where the name of the person claiming to
vote is not found on the list furnished by the conunisraon
ere and wareaor, or his right to vote, whether found
thereon or not, is objected to by any qualitied °Wen, it
stall be the duty of the inspectors to examine snob per
son on oath as to its qtutlifications, and if he Maims or
have resided within the State for one year or more his
oath will be sufficient proof thereof, but shall maim proof
by at least one competent witness, who shall be a quail.
led elector, that be has resided within the district for
more thou ten days next immediately preceding said
election, and shall also himself swear that his bona We
residence in pursuance of his lawful calling is Within tbs.
Markt, and that
did not remove WO said district Ibe
the purpose of voting tbereib.
.1 gray penal qualified es aforesaid, mid whO shall
make doe proof, if requited, of his residence and pay.
moot of taxes as aftwessid, shell be admitted t o vow ut
the tweehm, ward, or Mania in which be shall reside.
joy WWI 6101,,,
.PM 9 /4 or MONO to prevent
any officer of any election under this act from holding such
election, or use or threaten any violence to any such offi
oer, or shall interrupt or improperly interfere wi th him
in the execution of his duty, or shall block up the win
dow or avenue to any window where the same may be
holding, or shall riotously disturb the peace at such elec
tion, or shall use or practice intimidating threats, force or
Violent*, with a design to influence unduly or overawe
any elector, or to prevent hint from voting, or to rtgiliain
the freedom of choice, such a person, on conviction, snail
be tined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars,
and imprisoned for any time not leas than one month nor
more than twelve months, and if it shall be shown to the
Court where the trial of such offence shall be had, that
the person so offending was not a resident of the city,
ward, or district, or township where the said offence was
committed, and not entitled to vote therein, then, on con
viction, he shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less
than one hundred dollars or more t ha n one thousand dol
lars, and be imprisoned not less than six months or more
than two years.
44 In case the person who shall have rearived the second
highest number of votes for inspector shall not attend on
the day of election, then the person who shall have re
calved the next highest number of votes for judge at the
spring election shall act as inspector in his place.—
And in case the person who shall have received the high
est number of votes for inspector shall not attend, the
person elected judge shall appoint an inspector in his
place, and in case the person elected shall not attend, then
the inspector who received the highest number of votes
shall appoint a judge in his place, or if any vacancy - shall
continue in the board for the space of one hour after - the
time fixed by law for the opening of the election, the
qualified voters of the township, ward, or district fir
which said officer shall have been elected, present at the
place of election, shall select one of their number to fill
4 4 It shall be the duty of the several assessors, respec
tively to attend at the place of holding every general,
special or township election, during the time said election
is kept open, for the purpose of giving information to the
inspectors and judges when called on, in relation to the
right of any person assessed by them to vote at such
elections, or such other matters in relation to the assess
ment of voters as the said inspec tors , or either of the m .
shall from time to time require.'
1111121INO OF Ittertout .rcraux
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 76th notion
of the act first aforesaid, the judges of the aforesaid dis
met shall respectively take charge of the certificate or
return of the election of their respective districts, and
produce them at a meeting of one judge from each dis
trial, at the borough of Harrisburg, on tlz, third day
after the day of the election, being PHID n Y tin? Pth of
weber, then and there to do and perform the duties
required by law of said judges.
Also, that where ajudge by sickness or unavoidable as
is unable to attend such meeting of judges, then
the certificate or return aforesaid shall be taken charge
of by one of the inspectors or clerks of the election of
said district, who shall do and perform the duties required
of said judges unable to attend.
Given under my hand, in my office in Harrisburg, the
12th day of eeptcmber, 4. D., 1862.
Jai OB D. BJAS, Sheriff of Dauphin (b.
Stir's OFFICE, Harrisburg, Sepomber Mb; 1862.
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ol the Ihoiceet (White Wheat) St. Louis Meer that
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A FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
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Corner Yrunt ana Market ke arts.
PORT IdONAIES I
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FANCY COLOKED Pager, ready cut, for
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LiblOilatia other Devi , patlerni for sale at
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EXTENtIVE assurtmeut ut glabbware,
tumbler% jolly glaskt 8, fr u.t. di-lies, or
al aiLds,JLe. receive..l, aau forsrle v,ry luw.
Corner Froot alto Market • 'reels.
Mdre, Prunes, &Alamo, a
POUNDS Extra Prime Sugar
6.000 Cor4 Hams fo IA M. r
IP vary low who &
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A SMALL lot of onoice Dried lquit, at
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