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Tuesday Afternoon, September 30, 1802.
IN EXCELLENT COMPANY:
We notice tht
district, by a so•
and that the k
ty,) has undert
Tracy, by vii'
Hon. George 1
that district for
It is not our
to him by these
infamy which it
will be hard for him toshake off. We cannot
for a moment belleveAdfany independent Re
publican or loyal man Will support Mr. Tracy
while it bolstered up!by such demagogues as
Ward, Piolettrud their kindred associates.
Soliator Lai t idon is all that any true man can
want ' udidate for Congress. Earnest and
elo. mbued with an integrity which can
wit . .d all temptation—impelled by a pur
pose always noble and patriotic—we expect to
hear of his election as a triumph alike over the
deep games of his deliberate foes, and the dis
graceful machinations of his false friends The
glorious cause which he represents will insure
A RESERVE OF A HUNDRED THOU-
We have been watching the impression crea
ted by the suggestion recently made in the
Congress of Loyal Governors, that a Reserve
Corps of a Hundred Thousand men be at once
organized and mantained, es a force to be held
by the Government for any great emergency
or sudden call. The suggestion is approved and
strongly advocated by that portion of the press
which comes nearest to the people,our local coun
ty cotemporaries and which better understands
their wants and disposition. It is urged that
under any circumstances, the organization of
such a reserve would be found neccessary. If,
for instance, we had this organization complete
now—ready at a moment to be precipitated on
the enemy, our armies in the field could make
their movements with more boldoess, relying
on such a strong support as this reserve would
be, to meet any unforseen or unavoidable ac
cident which might occur. And thus supported,
while operating ender a policy at once bold
and vigorous, battles would be limited in num
ber and success hasten to crown the banners of
The necessity of a strong reserve is one of the
essentials of military movements, and while it
has always been recognized by all great military
men, it was never more forcibly demonstrated
than by the Reserve Corps of this State, recrui
ted and organized at a , time when pub
lic opinion was almost directly opposed
to the enterprise—completed and ready for
service, when that same public was almost in
despair for just such a support for the then
disheartened armies of the government. The
reserve of Pennsylvania only amounted to fifteen
thousand men—but when it marched from the
capital to the Potomac, it won the first victory
that enlivened and re-invigorated oni drooping
regiments after the disaster of Bull Run. The
community was at once impressed with the im
portance of a reserve. Other , states sought to
imitate the example set by Pennsylvania, but
until this suggestion of a reserve of an hundred
thousand, the emulation has been feeble and
As a response to every consideration looking
to the highest means of public safety and ma
terial success, we hope that the proposition for
the recruiting of ahuudred thousand will at once
be adopted and put into practical operationi,
Its cost may at a naked view be startling to
some, but its benefits will outweigh any sucli
mere mercenary opposition. It has the sane
tion of the people. It is fully understood and
appreciated by the masses—it could be organi
zed without much difficulty, and hence should
not be postponed until some great disaster
makes us mourn our delay, and we are forced
amid ruin and decay forever to regret our neg
lect to use the power in our possession for the
maintenance of our nationality and the pre
servation of our liberty.
LNOISLATIVI NOMINATIONS IN PHILADELPHIA.—
Among the nominations for the Legislature
in Philadelphia county, we notice that Samuel
3. Res, Esq., has been placed on the ticket as
the 'Representative from the Fourth District.
Mr. Rea has had great experience in legisla
tion, and if elected would bring to the position
a capacity and as ability at once calculated to
makelim of great service to his constituents.
We think that the people of the fourth district
Rill secure in Mr. Bea a representative at once
worthy of their confidence and fit to represent
VOTERS O F DAUPHIN COUNTY BE
ON YOUR GUARD FOR THE
A Bold Game to Misrepresent the Truth
By a notice which was printed in the local
columns of yesterday's TRIXGRAPH, and from
information which we have since received from
some of the most respectable and vigilant men
in the county, we are convinced that a deep
game is about to be played by the leaders of
the Breckinridge clique in this district, for the
purpose of defeating the regularly nominated
Union candidates now before the people. Un
der the direction of Frank Hughes, the chair
man of the Breckinridge state conclave of
traitor sympathizers, the chairman of every
county committee that acknowledges the dic
tstes of the same demagogue, have been busily
set to work circulating the documents
Wughes has prepared, and repeating the
Is which he has concocted to defeat the
well as the state tickets put forth by
friends. That these base efforts and
partizans may be properly met, we
• friends to be on the alert. A word
is always sufficient to explode a volume
(clods, and one brave, loyal man can
3bame more than a carriage load of
'nes, out on a mission to secure the
their own ambition, and the disgrace
ttry on which they have fed and tat
The Breckinridge tories are now busily en
gaged circulating documents containing the
most shameless fabrications in regard to the
federal and state governments, their adminis
tration and the strenuous efforts in which both
are engaged to suppress the rebellion. The
leaders of the Breckinridge tory clique, with
the candidates they have thrust upon the peo
ple, are well convinced that their plans are
hopeless, and not satisfied with the belief that
they have succeeded in disfranchising the sol
dier who is absent sustaining the cause of his
country at the risk of his life, are determined
to deceive and delude the honest men who are
at home, that Breckinridge Democracy may
once more rule in the Halls of legislation, riot
in the Executive Departments, and plot treason
against the government while in possession of
and wielding official power.
We warn the people of Dauphin County to
beware of the plans that are working to place
Pennsylvania in opposition to the Administra
tion of Abraham Lincoln. Under the instruc
tion of Frank Hughes, this effort is to be made
at the approaching election. It is to be made
by the circulation of documents such as were
carried out of the city of Harrisburg by the
shairman of the Breckinridge county committee
and one of the Breckinridge candidates for the
Legislature—documents misrepresenting every
principle of self-government, and by their tenor
and import calculated to give aid and
comfort to the rebellion itself. Let the people
be on the alert for these men. Let them ex
pose those who are engaged in this nefarious
business, that scorn and public indignation may
Follow them to their graves.
People of Dauphin county, a vote cast for any
of the men who are candidates against the
Union ticket now in the field, will be equal to
a soldier added to the rebel army. Every vote
cast for the Breckinridge county ticket—every
vote cast for Miller, the Breckinridge candi
date for Congress—or for Boumfort and Heck,
the Breckinridge candidates for the Legislature,
would be counted, by the rebels of the south:
as just so many men on whom they could de
pend for aid, encouragement and welcome, in
case the still meditated invasion of their north
should be attempted.
Let it be remembered that the sole object of
those seeking legislative power in opposition to
the men who have been nominated by the loyal
voters of the county, is to legislate for the
repudiation of the public debt. They pledge
themselves to this purpose by denouncing the
taxes recently levied to support the necessary
expenses of the government.
racy in his pres
such sheer poll
cocks of the Pio
id done nothing
I such creatures,
him in the- esti
lent men—but as
used as a means
d' a clique nolo
disgrace on the
its, he must earn
trough with the
Let it be remembered that the Democratic
party seeks power, for the purpose of defending
the franchises of slavery, and thus strengthen
ing the cause of rebellion.
Let it he remembered that one of the first
results of the success of the Breckinridge De
mocracy, would be a movement for the recog
nition of the Southern Confederacy.
With these facts before them, the voters of
DAuphin county will be enabled to meet and
repudiate, not the honest debts of the state or
nation, but the dishonest men who are seeking
to bring both state and nation into still greater
trouble and deeper disgrace.
Let no man be deceived by lying documents.
Let loyal men be on their gaard, and meet the
emissaries of treason sympathy, whenever they
attempt to palm a falsehood on their considera
tion, with scorn and indignation.
We repeat, then, that the leaders of the
Brecknrldge clique in this county must be met
in their vile attempts to deceive the honest mas
ses of the county, as the threatened attempt of
rebel invasion was met, by a vigorous and a
unanimous uprising of the loyal men of the
county I In this way, only, can we counteract
the, influences of those who are plotting for the
tinin of the nation.
BLANES IN TEN Boum —Should the rebellion
continue in its prt sent shape until the let of
January next, the number of slaves which will
on that day be emancipated, under the procla
mation of the President, will be as follows . :
North Caro Ens
Total, according 4o the census
of 1860 3,406,015
The natural increase will probably make the
aggregate at the present time about 8,600,000,
"The time has come when all jealousies, all
divisions, all personal aims and aspirations
should be banished, so that united we may all
stand by the integrity of the
Pennsylvania Malty telegraph, flilruestiap 'afternoon, September 30, 1862
and Establish Falsehood
The miner's Journal, under this heading,
Think, indulges in language at once true and for
cible. Citizens of Pennsylvania, but a few days
since and the sound of rebel cannon reverbera
ted among the hills of your Southern border.
But a few days since and armed mom of men
fully resolved . upon the destruction of this gov
ernment, with all the inestimable blessings of
life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, guar
anteed to all men who make their homes on
our soil, threatened an invasion of your state.
They have, fortuncitelY; been beaten back. But
had they succeoo in Maryland, they would
have entered your state, with fire and sword,
and enacted here .the hellish scenes that have
accompanied their presence in other lam fortu
nate states. This was the determination of the
rebels when they entered Maryland. They swore
that they would make "Pennsylvania howl."
It was not their fault, nor the fault of those
in the North, who sympathize with them, that
they did not succeed. How' they tried, let the
bodies of our gallant -dead, now lying AST awl
stark in Maryland soil, attest; let the moans
of widows and otplitua now ascending to the
Throne of God, bear. witness.
Men of Pennsylvania, you who have friends
either in the camp, In the hospital, wounded
or sick, or alas! cold in death, think of the
responsibilities of the hour. Think, we conjure
you, of the great need at this time, of not only
supporting the Government, but of encoura
ging your friends, those brave soldiers now in
the field. How is it to be done ? This way.—
Refieot that the government Is engaged in sub
duing the most wicked and causeless rebellion
known to man. Remember this is no party
war, for if we lose our country, what are par
ties ? Resolve if you are a patriot and love
your country, to throw, aside your partisan pre
dilictiorus, and to vote at the coming election
so that the Government and the soldier shall
be encouraged and sustained. It were better,
far better, not to vote :at all, than to cast a
ballot on motives no higher than those of the
The people in this crisis, are not interested
in putting this or that man intanffice. They
are not benefitted by the spoils that the mere
seeker after office secures. •It cannot be. Then
in the coming contest let love of country pre
dominate. Follow the example of the host of
independent, noble Democrats, who casting
party to.the winds, have resolved to unite with
men of every shade of political opinion, in a
firm support of the government. The soldiers
look to you to act thus. Your bleeding coun
try asks your support. Can you refuse it?
While the Union tickets In this district and
County, have never Wen surpassed in merit,
commanding as they do the rem and eonfi.-,
deuce of every Intelligent man, The Democratic
leaders have never placed before our people for
their support, weaker tickets, as a mass. Were
they strong in their candidates, the partisan
ground on which they are run, would be a mill
stone to drag them to destruction.
Let the loyal people of every county,
without distinction of party, reitect calmly. on
the duty they are called upon impeiatively, to
discharge at the coming election. In one word,
let them THINK, and the miserable partisans
now aiding and abetting the southern rebellion,
will be sent, humiliated, back to the obscurity
from which it were well for the country, If they
had never emerged.
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Official Report of the Late
HEAVY LOSS IN KILLED AND WOUNDED•
REBEL LOSS NEARLY 20,000
5,000 Prisoners Captured
Large Number of Cannon and Colors Captured.
NW A NINGLIG .WIN OR UNION COLOR
Immense Number of Arms Captured
OFFICIAL IMPORT OF GEN. McOLELIAN
WAS/INCHON, Sept 80.
The following report of the victory of Antie
tam has been forwarded to the headquartete of
the army by Qen. McClellan:
NILE Sammons°, Sept. 29th-1.80 P. M.
To Major Gen. Ha fled, General-in-Chief, U. B. Ai.:
GlavaßAL : I have the honor to report the fol
lowing as some of the results of the battles of
South Mountain and 4ntietam :
At South Mormtata OW lova was—killed,
448 ; wounded, 1,866 ; udadug, 76 ; total,
At Autietsm, our lose was, killed, 2,010,
wounded, 9,416; missing, 1,048 ; total, 12
Loss in the two battleri, 14,794.
The rebels in the two battles, as near ea can
be ascertained from the number of their deed
found upon the field, and from other date, will
not fall short of the following estimate.;
Major Davis, Aasistalit Inspector . General,
who superintended , the burial of the dead, re.
ports about 8,000 rebels buried upon the • field
of Autietrun by our troops. Previous to this,
however, the rebels had buried many of their
own dead upon the distant portion of the battle
field, which they occupied after the battle, pro
bably at least 600.
The loss 'of the rebels at South Mountain can
not be ascertained with accuracy, but as our
troops continually drove then, from the cos-
mencement of the action, and sea greater nem.
ber of their dead were. seen on the field than of
our own men, it is not unreasonable to sup
pose that their Ices , was greater than 'our&
Estimating their killed at 600 the total rebel
loss in the two battles Would be 4,000 accerding
to the rate of our own killed'and wounded.
This would make their loss in wounded 18,742,
as nearly Want be tiseettained at this time.
The number of prisoners: taker& by our troops
in the two battles will, at the lowest estimate,
amount to 6,000 5 The full returns yin no doubt
show a larger nut ber of these.' About 'l2OO
are wounded. -Ws
killed, wounded and primers at 26,542.
It will be observed that this does not include
their stragglers, the number of whom is said
by citizens here, to be large. It may be safely
concluded, therefore, that the rebel army lost
at least 80,000 of their best troops during their
campaign in Maryland. From the time our
troops first encountered the enemy in Maryland,
until he was driven back into Virginia, we
captured 13 gnus, 7 caissons, 9 limbers, 39 colors
and 1 signal tlag.
We have not lost a Single gun or color.
On the brittle field of Antietam, 14,000 small,
arms were collected, besides the large number
carried off by citizens and those distributed on
the grounds to the recruits and other unarmed
After the battle at South Mattntain, no col
lection of small anus was made, owing to the
haste of the pursuit from that point. 400 were
taken on th opposite side of the Potomac.
[Signed, GEO. B. Iit'CLELLAN,
Major General Commanding.
MOLDING OF COURT MARTIALS
Important Circular from the Head
quarters of the Army,
Vaosnoies in the Army to be Filled
WeemoTON, Sept. 30
A court martial has been ordered to meet at
Fort Columbus, New York, to-morrow, for the
trial of Ordnance Sergeant Buldson, charged
with, a brutal and unprovoked assault on C.lpt.
S. M. Sprole, of the 9th infantry, U. S. army.
All prisoners of State now on parole by au
thority from the headquarters of the mililary
district of Washington, will report in person
forthwith to the Military Governor of this Dis
trict. This is with a view to their exchange
for Union prisoners now at Richmond.
The following circular has just been issued
from the Headquarters of the Army :
From casualties in the field and from absence
by reason of sickness,
many volunteer regiments
have not a sufficient number of officers to com
mand them. It Is important that vacancies
caused by deaths and resignations, be filled
with the least possible delay. The Governors
of the several states are earnestly requested to
fill these vacancies by promotion of non-com
missioned offiters and privates, who have dis
tinguished themselves in the field, or who have
shown a capacity for military command, with
out the hope of promotion.
There is no encouragement for a faithful per
formai:lw of duty, and no stimulous to deeds of
valor. Moreover the discipline and efficiency
of an army depends in a great measure on the
character and qualifications of its officers.—
Without good officers, the very best soldiers
soon become a military mob—the inefficiency
of which is% iicreased by the increase of its
(Signed) Ef. W. EILLLECK,
A REBEL GAME OF BRAG.
Rebel Petals to Cross the Potomac
Important Military Movements.
WAer4INGTON, Sept. 30
The Washington Star says it - is generally be
lieved here that Jeff Davis is about to send fifty
thousand 'of his beet troops on a forced march
over the mountains to Wheeling; in the hope of
being able to take that city and destroy the
government arsenal, &c., near Pittsburg, and
then take Cincinnati, cross over into Kentucky
and force a junction with Bragg and Kirby
Smith, all before our troops that are really sol
diers can be placed in position to interfere with
any portion of this proposed striking , enterprise.
They also calculate on seizing sufficient stea
mers. to transport an army of 50,00 Q whither
they choose on the Ohio: This "programme is
represented inchaving come to Washington in
whispers of Richmond gossip.
Whenever McClellan crosses in large force
into Virginia, the balance of the rebel army is
to fall back on . Richniond as 8001:1 as possible,
and there garrisoning its defences, now claimed
to be strongeti than those around this city, to
await the aPproach of our army by any route its
commander may elect to march.
An important feature of this alleged rebel
programme, is for their force in Kentucky, im
mediately after its combination to sweep the
state bare of its every horse, hog or head of
cattle within its reach, driving them south be
fore them, and having thus obtained such
means of prolonging the contest, procurable
no where else within their reach, to take post
in southern-Tennessee, and northern Alabama
and Mississippi, leaving our armies to follow
for the winter's campaign at their usual leisure.
A reconnoi,sance to Warrenton Junction yes
terday discovered no signs of a rebel army in
that vicinity. It is said that the repairs of the
Rappahannock Railroad bridge had been com
Last night extensive military movements
evidently commenced in the vicinity of Wash
ington. One body of twenty thousand troops
were marching in one direction, whilst another
body were moving in a different one.
It is still being insisted on around us that
Lee yesterday and this morning made serious
movements to recruits the river into Maryland.
We continue to doubt the fact, however, though
he is probably;making feints on the river bank
above Harper's Ferry, to cover movements of
some portion of his army in another direction.
In this city, on the 80th inst., HENRY FRowat
non, aged about 66 year.
The funeral will take place on Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock, from the residence of
hie son-in-law, ha. Andrew Schlayer, in State
street, near. Filbert, which the relatives and
friends of the deceased are respectfully invited
to attend. lto
AGOOD COOK, and a GIRL to do gene
ral holvework. Apply it - the SECOND WARD
HOUSE, the old Seven Star Hotel. Good wages will be
FOR SALE OR RENT.
ATWO STORY frame House, situated
in Short street Inquire of
oe3o-dit WY. IL PERUKE.
JONES HOUSE ;
MARKET STREET AND MARKET SQUARE,
JOSEPH F. 11160LELL.EIN, Proprietor ;
nanny conducted by Wells Coveily. Tbio to
Witt Gloat Botia, nod located la the would part of the
city. It kept in tho.bent manner, end its patrons *ill
Ind 'very accommodation to le met with to the bent
houses in the country. 5080-41 f
ON the railroad, some cartridges for
muskets. The owner can have them by de .
scribieg prop• rty and paying for this advertisement
Enquire at the
se3o-2t EMU E WORE 3
COAL! COAL! COAL!
• subscriber is prepared to deliver to
L. the citizens of Harrisburg, pure
LYKENS VALLEY AND WILKESBARRE
Coals, eltirr by the car, boat load, or single too, at Me
lowest market prices going. Orders left at my &Doe, 4th
and Market, will be punctually attended to.
Harrisburg, Sept. 30,1862. so3o—dOW
MR. GEO. 13. EPLER, of the firm of
Epler & Cress, end a member of the Grey r' e
serves, Convoy 11, Capt. Welsh, of Philadelphia, has
been missing since the 20th, when it was supposed he
left Hagerstown for hie home, but since that time noth
ing has been beard of him. Any information of his
whereabouts will be thankfully received at this oaks or
by his partner, W. U. Cress, 2io and 212 Callowhill
Ulna Epley Is thirty six years of age, Ore feet all
inches high, with dark heir and whiskers, and bad on a
Grey Reserve Uniform.
[Tile Transcript, Chambershurg, and Carlisle Herald,
plesee publish one time and send biU to Epley & Cress,
2 LO and 212, Callowhill street, PlitladelPhLa
SMALL, but heavy bodied Bay Horse,
ert_ live years old, with one hind foot white, was
c.oten from be etable or Henry auogvt, in Union Town
ship, Lebanon county on Sunday night, September 2 8 th.
The above reward will be paid ;or the return of the
bore or for tbe information that will lead to Ida r. cove
ry, by IigNRY AIMS . %
eeBo-at* Union Forge P. 0 , Lebanon county-
In the Name and by the Authority
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
ANDREW G. CURTIN,
Governor of the said Commonwealth,
WHEREAS, By the, third " sewn .of
the act of the General Assembly of thle.
Commonwealth, passed the twenty-second daf
of April, A. D., one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-eight, entit led "Ad Act to establish a
Sinking Fund for tae payment of the public
debt," it is made the duty of the Secretary of
the Commonwealth, the Auditor General and
State Treasurer, Commissioners of the Sink
ing Fund, created by the said act of Assem
bly, on the first Monday of September, A. D.
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, and
on the same day annually thereafter, to report
and certify to the Governor, the amount re
ceived under the said act, the amount of Inter
est paid and the amount of the debt of the
Commonwealth redeemed and held by them :
Whereupon the Governor shall direct the certi
ficated representing the same to be cancelled,
and on such cancellation issue his Proclamation
stating the fact and the extinguishment, and
final discharge of so much of the principal of
Arm Wireamas, By the ninety-eighth section
of the act of the General Assembly, passed the
nineteenth day of April, A. D. one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-three, entitled "An
Act to provide for the ordinary expenses of the
government," etc., it is provided that there
after the receipts to the sinking Fund to the
amount that may be necessary to cancel the re
lief issues now in circulation under the provis
ions of the act of the fourth of May, A. D. one
thousand eight hundred and forty-one, and the
re-issues under the act of the tenth of April,
A. D. one thousand eight hundred and forty
nine, shall be applied toward the cancellation
of said issues.
AND WHERNAS, Eli Slifer, Thomas E. Cochran
and Henry D. Moore, ex-officio Commissioners
of the Sinking Fund, in obedience to the re
quirments of law, report and certify to me, that
the debt of the ommonwealth of Pennsylva
nia, redeemed and held by them from the first
day of September, A. D. one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-one, to the first day of Sep
tember, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-two, amounts to the sum of Two Hundred
and Sixty-two Thousand Eight Hundred and One
Dollars and Sixty-seven Cents—made up as follows:
Four and one half per cent. loan of
the Commonwealth $60,000 00
Five per cent. loan of the Com
monwealth 211,178 74
Interest certificates redeemed 870 41
Domestic creditors certificate 64 52
Relief notes cancelled • 1,188 00
Total 262,801 67
Now Tammrons, as required by the third
section of the act of Assembly aforesaid, I do
hereby issue this my Proclamation, declaring
the payment, cancellation, extinguis hment and
final discharge of Itoo Hundred and Bitty-two
T housand Eight Hundred and One Dollars and Sixty
seven Cents of the principal of the debt of the
Commonwealth, including one thousand one
hundred and eighty-eight dollars of the relief
issues, which have been cancelled and destroyed
as authorized by the ninety-eighth section of
the act of the nineteenth day of April, A. D.
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three.
Given under my hand and the great seal of the
State, at Harrisburg, this eighth day of Sep
tember, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-two, and of the
Commonwealth the eighty-seventh.
BY ran GOVERNOR,
Seeretary of the commonwealth
A RARE CHANCE
FOR A BUSINESS MAN.
THE canal grocery store and Rockville
House,itoown as the Updegrove Icek Property,
situated five miles above Harrisburg, ironting east ott
the Pennsylvania Canal and west on Ihe Enequebanoa
river road, will be sod if applied tr seen.
The grocery store, if not the very best stand on ,the
fine of the canal; 1- only equaled by one other. A large
new barn and. stable has recently been built, so that each
boat team can be locked up separately. Also plenty of
sheds, hay houses corn crib, two store twines for grain,
ice house, bay sc ales, and indeed every convenience
that is necessary for carrying on the business. The
plane is within three hundred yards of the Rockville
depot ,on the Pennsylvania railroad, and Dauphin and
Schuylkill railread also. Persons wishing to purchase,
please apply on the premises, to
anlB-wtjairlstlB6B W. P. HENRY.
EX'T'RA FAMILY FLOUR, a choice lot
of Extra Family Flour, all warranted by bbl., or
seek,' - oat received and tor sale low by
NICHOLS & MOWN N,
le Corner Front and Market streets
rrHE general variety of goods for ad
SI be Rand at Keller% Is unaurpasaeditn this cit , Y,l
jed 91 Market street
VRI SEL invoice of Lemons, Prunes, Pea
1 Nuts &n., for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
septl7 Cor. Front and Market streets.
PURE Cider Vinegar, which we warrant
to be Lando solely from older, just. remilyed and for
sale low by NICHOI2 0 CYAN,
1619 Corner Tront and Markin, streets.
CRAB I t BR.--Constantly on tom s
very superior article of urea cu e Gums.
V7lB. DOME. &
BROWN sugars of all grades, for sale
low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Je 2 l. Corner Front an.) Market street".
ATEW mackerel, in halves, quarters or
kits, Just recoiyed, and for sate low by
au29 mamma gowaux,
Corner Front and Market st-eets.
NIALER'd DRUG STORY. te the phi*
► to buy Potent Vettlobo.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
Third Street, Below Market,
HOUSES CROWDED TO EXCESS
To witness the inimitable
V OkIIVI MkteYNIVI ,, IISI,II ta
SAM sHARPI, y,
Who will appear in his great
Banjo Sob Acta, Songs, ac,
WE MLR COMM, UNCLE ANDY,
SAX IN A STEW.
Admission, 26 Cts.l Gallery, la Cta
°rebates seats, 40 Private Boxes Seats, 50
Or Gent St two ladles Si 00 Padre Box $4 03
boors open at 7 o'clock; Performances oemraenee et 73,
GAIETY MUSIC HALL,
Walnut Steet, below State Capital Hotel.
Best Regulated and Cheapest Place of Amuse
ment in the World. Never has
more been '
such a bright array of
FIRST CLASS ARTISTS,
in any Establishment of the kind, either in
EUROPE OR AMERICA..
Determined to keep up the Gatti' REPU
TATION already acquired for this
liammouth Place of Amusement,
we feel a just pride in announcing for this
week, commencing September 29th, the
Aireatest thing Gymnast In the Country,
Iu connection with the
on the American Stage,
MISS KATE FRANCIS,
MISS LT ak; FRANCIS,
and MISS KATE ARCHER ;
and the American Nightingales
MISS MOLLIE FIELDING,
and MISS JULIA EDWARDS ; also
The Champion Bone Player of the World, and
WEBER'S SPLENDID ORCHESTRA.
To conclude every evening with the great
FIRM SCENE OF lIINSTRELSEL
ADMISSION.... ^0 Gouts
Doors open sa o'clock. Commence at 73.
808 ED WARD? polo Lame and Manager.
UNCLE TOMMY, R log of the Bocktalls, Superintendent
air TOM 880 'ILFIELD, the Great Ethlopean Come
dian of the day, will spray' on Wednesday night.
MeMUNN'S LEAD ON
NO, 64 DUANE STREET,
SEW 1011. K.
KEEP constantly on hand the following
of all .Izes ; sll of Which they offer at the lowestprices.
NOTICE TO VOLUNTEERS.
SEA COAST ARTILLERY
MAJOR JOSEPH ROBERTS, of the 4th
Regiment U. S. Artillery, who has been
commanding officer of Fort Monroe, Va., during
the last eleven months, has received authority
from the Pecretary of War and Gov. Curtin to
raise In Pennsylvania an Independent Battailion
of See Coast Artillery for service at Fort Mon
roe, for three years or daring the war.
This Battalion will be organized and officered
as other volunteer organizations.
Recruiting will commence at once. Officers
able and willing to raise men for the Battalion,
will make application immediately to Major J.
Roberts, U. S. A., Philadelphia.
Rusaimuns.—A. L. Rwigell Adjutant General
of Pennsylvania ; Captain Dodge, Superintend
ent Recruiting Service, Harrisburg, Pa.
GROCER CLERK WANTED.
AYOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED in the
business, who Can speak German and bring once
ciptionobis references, may find a situation where a fair
salary will be paid, by addrenaing, (in own band writing,)
Box No, 6, Harrisburg P. J.
&hut give real name and particuhars—no notice talke3
of any other communication. se29 dtf
?FHB subscriber offers for sale on reason
-a. able terms, two very line Young Defiance" Colts,
one two, and the other throe y ears old next lorlee.
isessau GEORGE W. POATER.
3.OOOBUSHELS prime Yellow Corn
600 Umbels barley rest, that quality.
200 heath rye.
60 barrels whisky, that quality.
Esquire of RICHARD HOGETANO,
DeWitt( Washington Avenue, Harrisburg.
office for recruits for this organization
SHE been re-opened at the old place, Col
der's stage Office, Market Square. Any persona
of good character who may deem to enlist, or
obtain information as to the duties of the Troop,
will please call before the 6;1 of October.
WILL. C. KELM,
APPOINTIIENTS OF ASSISTANT ASSES
SOBS. —The undersigned Assessor of taxes,
under the act approved July 1, 1862, entitled.
" An act to provide internal revenue tosupport
the Government, and to pay interest on the
public debt, for the fourteenth collection dis
trict, has appointed the following as his assis
tante, viz :
No. 1. Dauphin county—Benjamin F. Ben
d*, Middleton P. 0.
No. 2. Dauphin county—William H. Callow,
Harrisburg, P. 0.
No. 8. Northumberland county—Jacob Seas
holtai, Sunbury P. 0. T.
NO. 4. Thomas S. Mackey, Milton P. 0.
No. 5. Snyder county—John Buser, Mid
dleburg P. O.
No. 6. Union county—Charles Schreiner,
Mifflinburg P. O.
No. 7. Juniata county—B. C. Stewart, Mif
flin F. O.
Mums Town, Sept. 2S, 1 s 2.
AMARA. JELLY.— large supply just
nosivel bv WILDOCIL•rim & 00s,