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rIVIE general ,variety of eade for' 'ad: ± hurtingttie
to ba Loud at Koller %, is unsurpassed nth
<S 7 ' - 7 2: 74 :
DR. JOHN - RON
LI soovered the most certain ., epeea y,
effetnuni ienindy in ilk+ norlo for ,
DISEASES OF ISIRRUDEIV CE:
• Tunam..in SET To TwiTve tiounf4,
A Cure Warranted; or no 'Charge, In from on e
to Two Days.
Weakness of the 'hack oi.littebe, Strioturs; Anis:Solo
of the a tdneys and Bladder, il/voluntary olisebarges,lib-
Ooteticy, General 'Debility, bleivougness Dyapepsy, Lan
guor: Low Spirits,,, Confusion of Idea, Palpitatientif 'the"
Heart Timidity, Trembling, Dimness.of Sight or Giddi
ness; IN Beige of the Head, Threat, Mistier Skin, atfet•
tins ofitheLig:er,Lungs, Stomach or Boweleiliosei ter
iibledisoraerg ar i sing from the : Solitary
those , nom and hoittary prectleite more' fatal to the it
victims than the gong of i.-yreng to the Mariners of (flys
see, bligghting their most brilliant hopes or ,anticipations,
rendering mar rhige, &e:Ontpcselble. " ' • • •
• Young Men ••• • • ••• •
Xspecially, who have, become the victime_of, Solitary
Vice, that dreadful destructiie habit which annual
lyaweeps to :an .Imila - el grave - thousands of "Young
Men of the most exalted .talents and ;brilliant_ intellect:,
Who Might otherviide hive ehtrineed listening Senates
with the, La !indent of.eloquenoe or waked to a:43l4er ilia
living lyre, may Gail wittaull confidence.. , .
- • Marriage::
•I Married Persona, 'or Young Men eentimidaling marl
thga, being aware , or physical weakness; organic debit!.
ty, deforibitich am. speedily cured.
; lie•who places himself under the dare 'of - Di.' J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, andeen-.
ildently rely upon hisiklll'es'it PhYsician.
• Organie Weakness
y Cured, and full vigor .
• This distressing Affection—Which renders , ito misera
ble and marriage impossible-1S the penalty paid by the
pimping of hiproper indulgence's. 'Young perigees are too
apt to commit excesses from not being aware , of :the
dreadful consequences that may ensue. New, who that
understands thesubjeot will pretend to denY•tbat the pew
fir of procreation felon sooner. by those falling into Ms
proPer habits than by the priident Besides being de•
prived the, pleasures of healthyc °Rapti it.; the Most se
done and destruetive symptoms to both' body : and mind
arise:. The system becomes deringed; the 'Physdeal and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of prohreative .Power,
Misdeal Irratibillty;Dylpepall; Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Constitutlem I Debility,=a Wasting of the
Frame Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death. • •
:Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left band side going from Balthnore Street a him door:
tram the corner.. Rsdl, not to observe, name and:number.
' ' Leiters musebe paid and 'contains a stamp. The ..DOo
aor?s Diplomas bang be his omen.
,A.. Cure *unmated in: Two Days.
No Mercury or Nauseous Drugs,
gember o the`RogatUollegeOt biargeons, - London,' iiraiF
aide from oue octhe most emilient e regfAhl : the . Untied
States, 'add th e greatoi part- of wh been spent
la.the hospitals of London, Philadelphia:end • else •
`Where,• has effected item° of the most astonishing ..mres
that were everlmoWn • .irial4 °treated' 'With ibighig" in
the head and ears when anlenp i 4reatuary.ow3neita, being
st.nnealit, eirdilf3n bisbrifiri6Bl 1011,11 ['review.
blushing, attended sometimes with.deralettlirteet;ef nikid
Take ,Partionlag. c liotteie: -
Dr. 'addresses all those who haiti injured themselves
by Improper indulge. ce and solitary habits, which ruin
both: b.ody andmlndiniilltitnetheinlron either business,
study, soolety:or marriage. •
These are some of the sad and midancholly effects pro
duced by early habits of-youth, , viz : Wean.* We ' 'of the
Back and Limbs, Paine in the Bead, DlinneSs f Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, ..Pidpitation of .the hesrc Dye
pepesir; Nervous Ireutibility, Derengement of thelliigestiv.e
Anictionn, General Debility, SyMPtothe of Do4umption;
miorrstax.—The fearfulelfects on the mind are
to be. dreeded—Loss of Memory,tJenfusion of:ldeas ,
trinstoh - of Spirits, 'Evil Ihrbodings, Aversion to. nociety,
If Distrust, Love 'or holitude,' &h., are; Some
the evils produced.
T R ousehos of persons of all ages :caw: now ;Judge whit
is the cantle ef,their declining health, losing their, vigor,
bed:ening weak,. pale; nervous and emaciated; haying, a
singular appearance about the eyes, eough`andey whims
of eonsumption. . . .
, : , !Young Meg" ".-
Withhave hipireAthetoselw a certain practice" In
didgest, in wbep a tone , a ki.ablt.ikeireatly, learned from
companions, brit sbhool; the infects of winch Are
nightly felt, even: when.aineep; and if lot dure4 renders
marrlageimpossibLe; and;destrops• With mind' and' Body,
should apply,lmmedintely.::. ; :,.;. ; ..; ; ;
What n pity that a young man, the hope of his. noun.
trii'the darling'of his parents 4 'Should he, snatched, Irian
aspic:speeds and elOoyineine Of Mb, by' tie 'eotiiequence
of deviating from the piith of nature aand aging in ••a
certain ,secielhit.; ttak . Parl3o l t* M%OO .beloriColltenl ,
refloat tilitnadund mind and 7 aro the most .neces
sary requisites to promote connubial Indeed,
without these,. the journey through.lifc becothes st..*eary
pilgrimage fte:proujiect hourly. darkeni , to; the' view
the mind becomes rhaddwed.withdespair and filled with
the inelancholly'rabetied thattpe I . iuppiTtosa of anothor
becomentlighted. with ohr . '
• "•- • • -
Disease o Lesprllence. • -
Wile : eineWitted ilutimpredent votary..of pleasure
finds thistle his hilxid 'the seeds . ,.'4if thia painfu l plia.
ease, ittoo=o ft en
eaae, that - an ill -Itmeif sense of Auntie
or dreed,af eiscovery;:dPtersitimirenv applyi n g MUM%
who v from o ; h:tauten and respectability; can albite be=
frienithl* ddleyfni tiftheiconstitutdonall symptemelou
this heir sr.didease ratanAeir : eptelayance, ouch
. 441 , ,14 : .
aerated: sore Mama; dissalted. taxa,' Doctrinist' p a ins - iii
the head and limbs, dimness of eight, destines, nodes on,
the shin bent* and srma, 419tohee en thelh-sc!, face: snit
.uxtfeflittlit, with highttei •YelddltY
meethejpainte of WO month . ar thie hang' of the nose:fall
in, and the victim of thisi awful dliedisehiMonse. 'a horrid
objector cona4cration; desth• 'pate is , perldd •to his
&with) sufferings, senOng bite 10.,`,‘. that; UndbitcoW
voted' Country from whehce rio tlayeler returns.M ,
It is a eselcpscholly feat that' thousands" Tall Victimsto
this terrible dimase,,owing, to.the.unakilfalinese rif '
rant, p.retendere, :who,hy the use b o
olf era and a!,(1c4., the E **due.
life miserable: • - " -"- • , • ,
Vast net your litosit; heanti;tothreire of the many ;
Unlearned . and Wort luau Pretender's; disititnte'eflikiw
ledge, "Me orAvae.lAr, tylto;eoPrDr• dtilltegen'ttadVerl
Yarn/temente; or stYle themselves In the newspapers;
regularly Educated Phyalcitum inestpahle.ot Paring, they
keep you trifling inotah - after menthjaktim . — their filthy
and poisonousnces compound ', ar.ini§fohg as-thelonalldst•
fee am _be obtained, and in despalrcleave-yon - with - ruin.
ed health ta eigh oveTirtpr - gal%dismzrot
His credential cr diplomas always pease office 4
His renieditelor treatment tire unknown to - all , iali ers
prepared from a life Illiekt•lite,:gr eatheepitals of Eu
rope, the first in the oolintir di mord" extenetve Prt ,
yate Practice than any- atharPhyldigliffir the vr4..
. " lidorseinent tor e-
many thousands cured at this instithtton year_ afT
sar year, and the numerous important Surgt4r tom:
lions performed by Dr. Johnson, WitIICATOy lthbt ire.:
p or t er s of the "Son," "Clipper," and ) I (oX:other pa
path, notices of which have appeared- *rand again
- `" 1
before the public, besides his stestinivßia
character and responsibility„ IMAkflett guarrantee
tattle effileted. ^ rr.‘l
Persona.ebonlitheVarticular in directing their
letters to Ints-liindritibkiin the kdiViring %Winer ,
JCIANE4SII, M. D.
Of the Balinnoreltoipiiiiiiiiiiionthr,
- F R E'S Btr B
• AT • r
MARKET . P I'C3 E.
NvEjtAVlWfittiiil74l:i 4 large Refrig
erator, and tukriiiierfaimi&contrairime of
oor moat rube* farmers to:VR.IIO3 oo.witit. fr eeb ga l &
wait butter' regalarkorfir be enabled" te:,entally,o,ar
&taws with 0,0011r:eh icy old 'anger itt iiinseete.
:zny2e • ' 1 •" 1 M. DOCK, Jr. &ce
ArOWN sugars of all grades, for Bale
low, by NICHOLS & SOWHAN,
Corner Front Rad Market streets.
‘‘IN.DEPENDEN'i IN ALL TEN %,114,1--
HARRISBURG, PA THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 25; 1862_
'.PURIFY,. THE BLOOD::
vOT, a few Lot' the work. t disorders thet
afflict 'manitiod arise from the corruption that Ac
cumulates in the bitiod. Of all the discoveries that
have beett Made' tb purge it out, noun hive been found
which could eipial in effect 'svites'Cometiost. EXTRACT !OP
SABEAPARILL4.; It elearnes and renovating the blood, lc:
stillithe vigor, of health into the, system and purges obit
the; humor Which Mike &maim. It stimulates tbe
healthy gunctione of the body 'and . eipels the disiddSte
that grow.aud rankle itv the bleed. Is extraordinary
vittitee are not yet widely knosrxi, but when they melt
will'no linager be a question what remedy , to employ in
the great variety of alliletiMg "dleioses that require im
alterative remedy: 'Stich ii• remedy, that could relied
on, lure long, em songlitfor, and now, for the first time,
the public have ore. on which they ;can depend. Out
space here difsto tiot admit certificates to, show effecte.
Rut .the Of' a Single butte will show to the sick
that it sixties surpassing anything they have ever
taken. Sufferers from; Scrofulai Scrofulous Swelgings
and „Sores, try it,. sod. see the rapidity with which it
Cures. Skin 'Diseases, Pimples, Postules, Blotelies,
Eruptions do., are 50011 cleanse out of the system., •
At...l.nthony's Fire,, , Rose or Erysipelas, Yeller or 'SI . t
Rheum, ii'cald Head; Eine , so arm, cloud ;not bfr
borne while - they can be so speedily cured by Ayes it
SAILWARILLL . ,
81/Philiat'or Venereal • :Diseases is expelled froM the
system gby the prolonged use of this Seaserminxi, , and
the patient la left as healthy, asifbehad never Width,
climate. • ' •
Femais 1/frepies are Milieu' by scrofula i the b lood,
and are generally soon . cured by ibis timid or 'Atom
P.ABILLA4 Price $1 per:bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. ' • •
For all the purposes of a /may physic,: take kiwi
ONTRAwno Pale, which are everywhere known to be
the best purgative that' °Sized to the American Peo-. ,
pie Price IS cents peraog;:or.:6boxeiribr $l.
prepared by Dr. J. C. AYElti& 0 9.iCiicwAii_lfose .1 and:
OA by Druggists everywhere:'
Sold by 0. A. Burgyart, o..W.,Gross k Co., O. K. Kel
ler, J.M. Lets, Or.. Riley; F, T, lifyeth dealers , every.
where , . • ••.
or ronns “in; . k
Ail W orkk elf • - ** . wee
••..:..-: •L . : :74 1:11? 4.
• :.WQJ.lffrri - -.
I:: P'E ft litaltik.l7 N.I A"
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISANINNT
104 Marlcif, -- :%Fi t aaVeiTh4ih, and, sth.
HAR:R.II4 BURG, PA
vA*EEE4,eyery t deporiplio ß , at, Ladies'
try abdOeiitleinatfie liarniptitts Rises Clouds, 6m., are .
Dyed, Clemikedt-and &belied in gar !Mit matinbr and at
the shortest notice.:_.• • TIODff& & CO.,
. . • - -• Prprietors
• : • o .
. • k j t
4 0TICE f ie Atiaidby given ` tha t
ttou will be made by, kbe subscribers, citizens of
ids uyikill county, Pennsylvagia, fora charter of.A.bank
:of difidount, • dep colt and.',Uara ation, 'finder tee • irec
%linking laws of Peonsylvania, to be named the sIiOV
ARNMJENT BANK ," to be Imaged in the boron h of
Pottsville, Ochnylaill county,. W ith a caPi l,l aft
thouSind dollars add prtvilege to increased the
same to two hundred: thounuidlitaltrs.
11C31,•111JNIWIN,GES„ DANIBL KaBBS,' .1
F.„Jr.taurrrizuleirEa.; 7 ,
—rottstrurs - , - Angus 8;1862; L - .auBdltviti o i
, . .
i -HAPPINESS OR 111BEitr?
T I; STIO
: - 1.111111, Proprietete. .of =the "PARISIAN
uP 'ANATOMY . and' MtDI
SINE' have determined regardless of exPenehi to - loses
free, (for the benefit of suironchumautts) FOUR of
their most instructive and tateteatiiig Lectures on Mar
riage and its Disqualincationel Neivow Debility, 'Prema
ture Declaim of blanhOOd, Indignation Weakness or De.
pression, Loss of energy and Nitel Penns, the Great So
cial Fyils, and.tbose cites !hien resnit , traM youth=]
ful EXMlltellititiolance: "of
Ofogy inid Nature ' s - La*. These invuluable - Lactates
have been the•hlefirs of ttailghtnitirand .saving thou
gands, sad will be forwarded-free on the receipt of four
,stamps, by addressing CF.C.REPA , tY Panama CARENeT or
Aownetx AND bIeDDANJI, otui Droanway, New York.
; jelh-dly •'
Advertiser,' having been restored
to health In a few weeks, by a very simple renter
'd i y,wfter baying inifered several yeare with it severe
IWng affection, and that dread disease; , Corisnin ption—
la anxious to make 'keel% to - hix:fellowNsufforara the
means of oast- • '• -
ITo ell who desire it E hemill send a 'copy of the per
deription a need (free charge,) ,with the &realms for
* preparing , and Using the lama, Which they , gill find i
sure cure for' Consumption,- Bronch it i s C.
Tre only ° bloht of the . advertiser In sending the Per
seription is to b.enalt the aligned, and spread inform*.
non whicififfi conceives tote invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer wilrtry his remedy, at' it will cost them
nOthing and may prove a blessing.
Parties . _wishing •,tife perWeription will please -address
• . nalV. b,',I)W.ART.I B. WILSON;
Whitamsber•gh; Xinge county, blew York.
ddrw3m ' • •••
_ - •
~,t LL emphiyeea of ,thpiffkilimielphia and
;M. Reading Railroad comtisny,,wbo may enlist: in the
senior; of the United ctatesTor the purpose of °rushing
the rebellion mow threatening the: itherthiti ormtir: noun:
try, are hereby mauled, thas their respective Ilitylo3ollB
will. be kept open and 'gtvezi theft haididlately on their
return; and that the fact of their volunteering to
`detbnd their ciuntry In this emergency, will be cowl
area hereafter as greatly 'la tlinir favor ter promotion to
unj! suitable positions to the service of this Company.
OHARLE-3 E. SMITH, President.
Rh' aruanst 4111,4862.
feiHE Updegro4 'fioperty, Canal
• At ~gwogry. awl : Rockville Hence, situated Ave miles
earrisburg, is WA! paced sals,.i See adver
fiseient in Weekly 'or apply to
aEEE,largeat and most extenatTe;'assort
mint orglanin the city, just received, acid for
imtexery „low, by NitblOLs Sc B
. ,Cotneir Vt7ont and Market otreeta.
VGARS of all kinds, white and brown,
;lower than any house in town; by
NICHOLS & BOWIIAN, _
4-' Oct4ieelkorf*iiiii indtliarketjuieist;
.'. 4 t7;;" -
OdnfeetiOnery & l' hit Store
, THIRVI3TREtrneI ‘NaLiTtit
Earrfabuiq, Pa. .
CONFECTIONERY OF. ALLI KINDS
ORANGES' AND MEWS,
„ 1 3 114 E APPLES,' BAN.ANNAS,
• '• • • "
. . " FRESH AND. SALT MR
'And vegetables of iU magi, .brodeht, direct. from' the
East*, Ka.r.ketn, twice a week, and pm:abased wa.ter
personal' sapervision, ' tlill/Ereciatilidg ms to sett a better
mid cheaper article than ant In the market.
.17Silir-Orders from a distance attended to promptly; and
row delivered „to any part of the city free of: ohargel , '
FRpa CANP!EO FIWITS onsian tly ,on hand. Give.
me a ' • L gal] , JO 34151 E.
• NA4pgams4rAtitio.kilfi ety ,
Di . see Front and Mark 6D-t'l`_`
&ERVING jars, fruit cans of all
L. kinds, for sale low, by
T.f. TIT. 11 A' L 11:.:_.•.:;:;.N.-..0',..K
FREIGHT REDUCED :I
aow►su & HOP
- EXPRESS - CCVS
WORT & amid ROUT
TO AND FROM
"dered in th 4
thei same: Night:
Leave New York at P. M., by the Fast ;
Through Express Train; arriving in Harriebul
WITA01:17, ()Julio or OARS,'
li. ri i(
Order GOoda .
via ECOPE,.EXPTAESS CO,
General Offioe, 162 Broadway, New York
For further Infoiruntion , enquirii of
. BERCkIi..V.V, Agent.
:}lABausp.uaa, Aug. 1861.-dtf •
tN -pursuance , - -of an Order -of •: the
Orphans' Court of reophla comity, will be exposed,
On Saturday„ the"lltb' Da of October,
on Vie Piviue
.1. that ' metisuap and tract of land situate in gast
iHarover township in said county, bounded by lands of
`Jacob redly., Henry Baked, Jacob Yortyand John Lin::
gle, imatakiingnise hundred - and twelve' acres: be the
same more or less, thereon erected a large two story
stone dwelling hoes° and large bank.bari wagon shed,.
IcOrecribi, smokejnosuis 'other ; end
lois 'other nair twei" story frame dwelling house, with
'basements ao. There an' exorillent spring of never,
failing water &teach of the dwellings, and.n lump)
. good tum
itt the atone : Mnge: ThLepropertyls situate about
air a mile from the Harrisburg and Jonestown road, and
'about thirteen miles from Harrisburg..- Them is a g00d..-
;ten acres of good timber tan . The.romal.:der is un- -
der a high state of' (Midi : lifted and fences in good re
"pair. altogether this - is"-ode - of the meet desirable
larMi3lll the neighborhood"
2. Also at the same time and place, a certain tract of
land, situate in the :seine tOwnsble, adjoining_ lands of
William Marts John Walmer,Manada Creek and Adam
Hetrick, containing 'eleven acres, be' the' same More -or
ess. Tele land Is well timbered /sad is susceptible of
'being made good feint land, or meadow.;
S. Also at the game time and place, a tract of unim
proved land, situate 'oll'th° second - mountain in the
Same township, adjoining lands of Michael - Snyder and
Samuel Snyder, John Heim, Samuel ,Lingle 4nd others:
qmataining twenty mires, more or less.. UM land is
Late the estate - of Benfindn'
" Bale to commence at ten o'clock A M. of said day,
when attendance, will be given and conditions of sale
guide known by -' JUHN IfINGLIC,
Administrator of Benjamin Heim
Ilezrieburg, Sept. 2,:1862.::. . •4 08 : 1 4,3, w t x ,
Lebanon "Democrat" please .copy till sale, and send
bill'to this oillaelmniiaiately for collection. . „
EOOllOWf IS WEALTH
CURE YOUR COUGH FOR ONE DID.
The BEST and CHEAPEST itotweimam TIFATR,
DY in the World.
Madame ZADOC PORTER'S
GREAT; 'COUGH REMEDY 1
MADAME ZADOC.PORTER'S Curative
'JAL laaliam Is n irarranted need +=fading ta,the•al-.
niettoos, to cure In all Takes; Coughs, Coals, Whooping
• Cough, Telma; and • all likifeetions: of lhe Throat nal
. . ,
Made ZADOC PORThh'S Balsam is prepared with all
the requisite. care 'and' skill, firma a combination of the
bat 'remedlewthc vegetable kingdom affords' Ita'reeited.'
qualitieo akitini4...;!*.eniiiikpower to [wait" the healthy
tuiti.*lgicronsuircumuon otthe blood, through,the lungs
It !is not a 'vtelent randy; but embillent--werming,
searching and eiTectlVe can be Wien ODi/16:i:davit t Per:
son or youngest child.
/ladle Z LOC PORTSB!S Batman has been used. by the
public for over 18 years. arid has sinukedha 'present sale
shiply'hy being recommended by those.wlto have used
it to seek abated friends and' ' ' '
:21081: IkIiNgITANT.-Madame ZADOC.PORT,ERPB
- Behem is sold ala prim, whickbrinkal in the
reach bf every me Inkeep it move - Meat. fey ode... She
thaely 'ode of a single bottle will foray& 'tie_ worth 100 ,
tillk* its cc.t.
SCVII CAG,riSarti , y o nr Money ti--4-.Do not-be paignag .
to purchase arMeles at as. to Et. which do; not. contain the:
virtues of a Lsme r ßottle of Madame Porter's- Curative:
Balsam, the kost df thairufaMming ' which a great as
that or almost any other medicine ; and the very law
pride M which it is sold, inaleathe profit to -r
;.parantlr small, and unprincipled dealers willimmetimes
recommend other medicines on which their profits 'are
:larger, unlike the'onsaomers insist upon havieg Madame
Porter'aand hone other. Ask for Madame Porter's Ort
.ratlire loam, price 10 cents, and Largehottles at 20
Ma. and take no nther. it you cannot get it, atone store:
yen an at another. ' •
.• . .
INITSoId by all Druggists and Storakenpaira id 10 eta
And inlarger bugling at 20 cta.t : .
; HALL 8/..1117010EL," froprietore..
7".plekialepn : lggists f 2.lSLGreen.wich St., •
• .„ • • . 1 ., :NEW , YOR=LV
/fatly, agent, Market Strati°, Ilarritibtmg.
ily2o;wy ' _ . . „
• - • .
V 0 L.ll N T R S
IF YOU yir,.a.pr T
LETTER. OR NOTE, PAPER,,:: • • ;
* - PENS AND HOLDERS
Of every deveilitloWfiA qushty, iPw will find
the largest assortment at
AUDITOR'S ; NOTICE.' •
In the matter o r tile Sheritl's In ARM! Co. Com
aide by the Reg Estate .of P.olo•moil Pleas" Vend. .4,
on.l..owdentdagsr• No. 28, sug: T; 1882.
September-81 . 1862;ordered . by..the court" that J." NV .
= Wigan , be appointed;Auditov ttiddistributi the real;
of purahayi 4nictneY.remainieg in the •haads of
The deraigned auditor, will attend to the duties of
said appointment, at his olfloe In Harrisburg, on
Tuesday the 284 ourptember,
_lBB2, at 10 A. when
and where parinterested may WOW.
lepth-dowEsw - 3. W, OIMONTON.
1 , T ::::a i : I , -,' ' ' 11 , .ti : .
From our liorning Editkon
THE BATTLE OF - ANTIETAM
°Metal &port of Brig. lien
, .ThoLDQUARTEDB KIMBALL'S BEHOLDS; 1. l "
French's Division, Sumner's Corps, .; ,
'''•' ' Army of the. Potomac,
On the 'field of Battle' neat Sharrisburg J Md.
GENERAL r On the morning of the 17th inst.,
in obedience to your order; my brigade crossed
Antietam Creek, and was 'formed into line of
battle on the left otGen. • Sedgviick"s, division,
and in-the third line, Gees. Weber and Morris
forming the first and second liniiki: 14 this po
sition I moved `directly forward' about three
fourth of a mile, when 'Gen. Weber encounter
ed the enemy's 'pickets and'tiroVe them . back,
and soon came 'upon theimenly in force; potted
in a strong tiogititti in aii, orchard, Corn field,ditch* and 'Upon the hill sidee.',
• ' At this'moment, in obedience to your com-
Maud, DmOied , my brigade forstird, and form
e&my line in - front, on the left of Gen. Weber.
My right *Mg . 'consisting', or the -Fourteenth
Regiment Indiana 'Volunteers; Col. Harrow,
and the Eighth Reginitnit Ohio Volunteers;Lieut.
Col: Sawyer commanding, was posted on the
hillside•in "front of the orchard; their left rest
ing on a lane running inthe directionof Sharps
burg. My left wing ansistiog of, the Seienth
Virginia VolunteencOol.Snyddr,andthe One-
Hundred-and-Thirtylselxind Regiment Pennsyl
%%aide Volunteeng,.o43l. Oalrford commanding,
resting on an extension of the'same line, their
right resting on the, 'lane running towards
Sharpeburg, and their left extending towards
the creek. Directly on my front,' in a narrow
road, running parallel' with my,line, and being
-washed by Water; forming a natural rifle-pit
between my line and alarge cornfield, I found
the enemy in great 'fbice, iii . alio, in the corn : -
field in the rear'of the ditch.l'
As my line advanced to the crest of the hill,
n inuiderous•fite, wait opened upon it from the
entire force in' front My alliance further was
checked; and tor - three hours and thirty minutes
the battle raged incessantly, without either
party giving way... The enemy having been re
inforced; 'made - r in attempt' to. turn My left
flank; by throwing three regithenfe forward en
tirely to the 'left of-my line whibh I met and
repulse& with logs by"extending
.thy left wing- 7
the Seventh Virginia and Oue Hendrsd and
Thirty second Penrusylvinia Volunteer's—in that
Oration. Being- foiled in this ha made a
anavy charge on my' centre,' thinking to break
y line, 'but was met by my command, ead re
pulsed. with great slaughter. I then r in, turn,
ordered -a "charge,:which was promptly re
aponded to; and which manned in driving the
Onemy. entirely froth the dithhis,. and some dis
tance Into - tnecorithel&beyond: In tide ithwrger
My command capturedebout'Boo prisoners, and
tho enemy in , his flight leitithig - , on, ' - ieWi;-fie/d-riev-
Sal stand - of colors; which were taken by some
parties outside of any brigade while. we were
pursuing tbein. ''At this time a brigade of Gen.
Richardson's Division adVariced to my relief on
the left of my line, securing that flank, from
thither assaults.. - '
In the meantime, the lme on My right hav
ing been . abandoned, the enemy made an at-.
tempt to turn that flank . , and by that, to gain
my rear, and succeeded 'in gaining a cornfield
, directly on 'my right. To repulse them a change
Of front was made by the Fourteenth Indiana
Volunteers and Eighth Ohio, 'which resulted in
driving the enemy . from my right and restored
the line; which • - was afterward occupied by
4mith'i;diiiiion of Gen. Franklin's corps.
For four hours and'a half my command was
under a most galling fire, and not a man fal
tered or left the. ranks until the field was left
by the rebels in our possession, those who were
sent with wounded to the rear qUickly return-
big to their places In line. For three and a
half hours of this time We, were tiPenthe field
and maintained our position without any sup
port whatever. - My men having exhausted all
their the fight was maintained
some tune 'With the' sUPplies stripped from the
bodies of their dead and wounded comrade&
lEvery min of my command behaved in the
Most exeinplary manner, .a n d as men ; who, had
ditermineirtOUVe their country , or die. The
14th Indiana and Bth Ohio Volunteers; in the
eliange'nf' front which Sift! out right, execu
teitit as Seterans,and as ordY bravemen cduld. -
Tlie.bettle was fought under your: own 'eyes
Gerietal, and I need not tell you,how ..terrible
was-the conflict. Theltiss in my command is
ti.lasting testimony of the sanguinely nature of .
the.confiicti and aflance at the position''held
by the rebels tells how. terribly was • therpun=
islime . ntinflicted on them. The cornfields in
the front are strewn with deed and womad
edi and in thediteh firit'occupled by thein, the
so.numerous'that.they seem to have
(alien dead in line of battle, for there is a bat- .
tidies of dead rebels.,
We maintained our
Inland, and drove'the enemy from his.
`After the fixing - had ceased' on my front, the
foeseemedqo have concentrated his' force on
Gen. Richardson% command. • Col.. Brooks,
commanding a-brigade, Sent 'to "me for assist:
sake, you haVing previously ordered Colonel
Morrhy commanding • second brigade; to take
Orders from Me; I ordered him to • Colonel
Brook's asidstance. •-. '
Tice loss trimly command is as'follows: -
rounazzhiu INDILIOA , ITOWNTBERS.
Killed . • ao
Wounded : 161
-182 a PiNNSYLN'ARIA. .
. : . . . ... ... . .
Wounded .. 116
Waft• • 'S. •”.• •.•••• . .. • • . ....... • 8
Totid ... . ... .121
Totil , .. ; .
• • • • • • ''''
. The inimber' ` embraces officers and men.
Lists from; the Several regiments, with name
and rank, together , lNith.the reports of Colonel
Ran:°w . PPIOneI Snyder, Lieutenant Colonel
Sawyer and Lientepant Colonel : Wilcox are for
Ainerig' the killed and wounded are many
bran/ -Inutgallant officers. Oolonel R. A. Oak
ford, Ono,. Hundred: and . Third .1 Pennsyl yenta,
was killed - while leading his' regiment. He
was a brave officer, and died like a hero. Capt.
Coons, Acting Lieutenant Colonel, and Captain
Cavins, Acting Major, Fourteenth Indiana,
were wounded while gallantly leading their
gtsim .Ittintiq grim
Having procured Steam Power Pretute, we are prepar
ed to execute JOB and hOOK PRDTTING or every
description, cheaper than It ran be done at any other
establishment in the country.
Rand OF ADVER TIEING.
W Four lines or lees constitute ene•half square
Bight lines or more thin four constitute a square.
Half Square, one dly $0 25
one weer.... . .. 1 26
.... ‘i one mouth . .• ••• • • • .... 260
" three months* 400
" six months 5 00
" . one ylar ....10 00
One Square, one day— ... . '' 50
ti one week • 200
" . one month 600
.. three months 10 00
six month.... 16 00,
.. 2O 00
sir Booms notices inietted in the Local thtumn or
before Haritages and Deaths, EIGHT CENTS PER LINE
for each insertion.: - : . . - ' .
mar Merit4es 'and needful to be charged as regular
commands. Where every officer and man be
haved with such signal bravery and coolness, it
would be invididus to 'make distinction, by
mentioning:names of a part only.
I cannot speak in too high praise of the offi
cers of my staff, to whom I am indebted for
valuable services rendered to me on the field.
My Adjutant General, Captain D. E. Mason,
behaved with great coolness, and received a very
painful wound during the engagement. The
condttet of Lieutenants Swigart, Marshall and
Burrell, throughout the whole engagement,
was highly-commendable, and exhibited a high
degree of gallantry, efficiency, and personal
bravery. They were, proved by a test such as
it is seldom the lot even of veterans to encouu
ter, and the result bat; been highly honorable
to them. I recommend them to the considera
tion of the commanding General.
I have the hoitor,.General, "to be,
Very respectfully, your obedient serv't,
Nexttax Knuism, Brig. Gen.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HAVG l eased tbz Coal Yard foot of
N . orTatre l et, Lately occupied by 4). D. , ffiuter, "
lam enabled to wily the public with
OF' THE DIFFERENT
''VARIETY AND SIZES OF
CU-AIDA-IV ("COAL r_..
. PULL WEIGHT
ALWAYS GUARA NTEED.
Orders frespeetfully solicited—wiulch, if left at the
office, toot of North street, or at the office of Wm.
boek,Ur. & Co., will receive prompt attention.
/VD GrILLARD DOCK.
IN put imam° of an order of the Orphan's
Court of Dauphin county, will be e spawn to sAle,
On Saturday, the 25th of October,
Ou the mandoit premisos, the Polk wing real estate, viz
1. All that messuago and Tract of land situate in
Waahnigtoe,toamsbip, iu said county; bounded by Janda
of Benjamin Baffington , Adam Q. Bender, Simon Bech
told, William Core and Leonard Dearlab, cardaitinz
and twenty-nine perches thereon 'erected a
TWO STORY WEATHER BOARDED DWEL
TWO STORY FRMI:E TRItrAIiT.ROUSE.
large Bank Barn - and otherleaprovements. Thht prop
erty is situate but a few hundred yards from a ware
house on the Lykena Valley If al Ir o ; had two orchards
and never tailing springsof water, and is Ma good state of
repalar and cultivation:
2. Also at the name time and place, a Certain tract of
unimproved laud, situate in tee townsalp and county
aforesaid, bounded by lands, Tate of Andrew Lentz,
Leonard Lleitrich, George Swab, Beniimin Buffington
and Jobuathsn Lebo, containing about
FOURTEEN . ACRES,
be the same more di lolls. This land is well-timbered
and eligibly sheeted.
Late the estate of George Bechtold, deoessai.
Sale to commence at 1 Walcott, P. M., when Baton
dance will be given an I condi: ions of sale made known
by SIMON SMITH,
eept2o4ltwti : Administrator oi said deceased.
UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN THE UNITED
STATES AND SUPERIOR TO ANY
FANO:Y 'BRAND S
OFF ERE() IN PENNSYLVANIA !
Z 2 IS MADE OF. .
,0110108 :MISSOURI WHITE WHEAT.
Aga. Delivered any pla:Na la the city, free of charge
TERMS, Cash on delivery;
• jr o 'WM; DOCK, Jr. &O,
(PAVING efficient and pernratawit
I arredgemerdzibrvie r updse. we are now pre_
peep to make H r BAH.BOILBRS of every kind, prompt
iiyand'at inasbnable rates. We shall use iron made by
BaOay & Brother, the reputation of whieh Is second to
none In the market. .
.iione but the best.nsude employed. Repairing precept
i y.ortended to. Address BAGLIS HOBBS,
iriy2SOy Harrisburg Pa.
VCR REBKLS & Bowman .
rfopeolfully.inform their customers an the pub:
generelly, that ter store will not be closed bereat
ter in the afternoon,' as hes been the ems 'est week.
We:lnvite All to tali and Purchase as heretofore, as we
hart picked up none of our goods.
iNWHOLS & BOWMAN, Cor. Front and Market-ft
• ; 'WILLIAM BAYFORD,..
. ! 85 'MARKET St.;RARRISBtfRG, .
TA now prepared to lutist). *Officer's
1 WHEW clothiug, according to regulations at abort
notice. Also a general assortment of C lo the , cipadinerna,
Vosttnga and ready made cleating for civilians.
. • . aub-dlm
P R E V - E JARS
JE=LLY` A S.S E S,
BXTENBIVE assortment of Glassware,
' ' iladading Jelly' glasses, Preserve Dishes, Goblets,
r or an styles ,, ilia received and for
salew i t • isronars & BOWMAN,
Corner Front & Market streets
tvsgeREEN TREES A.VD SHRUBS.
At...planted by some experienced gard.
loners in AUTO*, September and October, in Pre
se to any other season, and with great suceese.
Mie assortment at the Keystone Nursery, /turfs
rrOB - .4000, Cayendish, Congress and
..11_ twist; foisale kow by
. I NICHOLS* BOWMAN,
. • ..
au24. Corner Front and Marbetetreete.
B.E.T.PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
ka. 00, a 2, $3, and $4, for sale at -T .,
rotitb-y SCHELFF.EII'N Bookstore.
D.A.NRELIO.N., Rio and o th er prepare
*Dior Coffee, for sale bg
• • — NICHOLSM BOWMAN,
sept Career Front and Market atreets,
CRUSHED, coarse and fine pulverized
sugar, lower than any other place In town. Call
and examine, ICHUIS* BOWMAN,
kab Corner Front and Market streets.
Neu : slbuertistments