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vertisements, Business Notices, Mar
riages, Deaths, dtc., to secure insertion
in the TELEGRAPH, must Invariably
be accompanied with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regu.
Jar Evening Edition are inserted in the
morning Edition without extra charge.
Tuesday Afternoon, September 80, MS
DAvrD M'Coamics., whose enterprise and
liberality NA aCO it merchant, have given such
impetus to that trade, publishes an advert:se
went in another column, to which we call the
attention of oar readers. The advantages which
he offers are superior, and dealers and etif..SU-*
mers would do well to give him a call.
$5 BEWABD —Lost at Carlisle yesterday af
ternoon, a morocco pocket book, containing
draft on E. W. Clark & Co., of Philadelphia, for
one hundred and eighty dollars, (payment for
which has been stopped,) about three or four
dollars in notes, r•nd various papers of no use to
any one but the owner. The above reward
will be paid by returning it to the Mansion
House, Carlisle, or to the Jones' House, Harris
burg, and no questions asked. septBo•dlto
PROMOTIED —Oliver Simmons, of this city, at
,. , . Col. Kuipe's old regiment, has been
pro . tto a Lieutenancy. This is highly
props sliver was in the several late battles,
.e capacity of private'and non-com
mission Meer, in all of which ha displayed
great ml y skill and undoubted bravery.
The Lieu ancy could not have fallen in_mom
deserved hands, and is an encourk i t
private soldiers who do their duty fa,,P,Y'`:'
STRANQIR iN TOWN.—We have been 1:; .
by a call from Frederick Ayer, Fsg.. tie , bud
nem man of tLe firm of J. C. Ayer 8 Co,, Low
ell. A short acquaintance with the gentleman
convinced us that not the Doctor's skill in
compounding his medicines is alone concerned
in the immense consumption ofthem ; but that
Ot takes business talent of no ordinary measure
lo pass them around the world. Mr. Ayer,
manifestly, has these abilities and the cuccess
of his house shows that he uses them.—Nem
plus Whig, Tenn.
THE HOMTAL AT Yvan.—A correspondent
from York complains bitterly of some of the
soldiers stationed as a guard at the hospital in
that borough. He styles then a regular set of
disloyal, rebel, secesh soldiers, and fort her
states that the company refused to go into ac
tive service under the excuse that they en
listed not to leave the State. We have no per
sonal knowledge of the facts, but if our cor
respondent will write them out fully, we will
lay them before our readers cheerfully. Our
aim is to expose every secesh sympathizer in
Tits JONES Houtz.—We present today the
advertisement of Mr. Joseph F. McClellan, of
Chester county, who is now the proprietor of
the " Jones House," in this city. This is de
cidedly the finest hotel at the State Capital, and
was long kept by Maj. Wells Coverly. The
new proprietor is a ell known in the eastern
portion of this State, and we are sure he is ad
mirably adapted to take charge of this large
and first class hotel. He is a clever fellow and
deserves the patronage and support of the
TEN FOLLOWING paragrapbs bring out clearly
some points of the revenue law, which have
been imperfectly understood, and which are
important to be known :
STAMPS NOT CONVEHTIBLE.—NO stamp issued
for one purpose can be used for any other.—
STAMPB—Huw To BE CACKLLED. —The person
suing or affixing an adhesive stamp Fhall write
thereupon his initials and the date when used.
STAMP-DUTIFS.-PENALTY.-If any person shall
make, sign iesue any instrument, document or
paper, of any kind or description whatsover,
without the same being duly stamped for deno
ting the duty Imposed thereon, or without hav
ing thereupon an adhesive stamp to denote said
duty, such person or persons shall incur a pen
alty of $5O, and such paper shall be deemed
invalid and of no effect. Sec. 95.
The followiug resolutions were adopted by
the Board of Preadents of the Banks of Phila
delphia, September 15th, 1862, and we suppose
indicates the course that will be adopted by the
banks generally :
Resolved, That the Banks of this City will not
receive on Deposit, or for Collection, or Discount
or Pay any Check, Draft, Pr Anissory Note, Bill
of Exchange, or other negotiable instrument,
unless the same is in legal form.
Resolved, That all Checks, Drafts and Certifi
cates issued by the Banks 11 be in legal form.
THS L.sxa DINILIN2II ON THE CIINBIANZAND VAL-
Lit RUIXOAD.—The Philadelphia papers of yes
terday contain the following dispatch, dated
Carlisle, from which it may be, fairly inferred
that it comes direct from the managers of
that road. Read it carefully :
Qumran, Sept. 28.—Ve have the best au
thority for saying that the Cumberland Valley
Railroad Company is in no way accountable
for the accident which oc.urred at Bridgeport,
on Friday last. The road has been in the cus
tody and absolute control of the government
since 21st inst., and no officer of the company
had any participation in the movement or di
rection of traius since that date.
Ranarka.—We have also the beet authority
for saying that the shifting train which ran in
to the passenger train and caused the death of
at least eleven human beings and the maiming
or crippling of from fifty to sixty more, was
under the management of that company and
no one else, that the engineer ought to have
made enquiry at the telegraph office, before he
left, if the road was clear, and that he could
have easily ascertained the fact that a train was
due and coming when he left the other side of
the bridge. These are facts, and it will not do
for the railroad company to shift the responsi
bility en the government. Why not institute
an enquiry at once? It is the duty of the coro
ner of Cumberland county to make the inves
tigation, without waiting for the friends of the
dead and wounded to move in the matter. Is
he afraid of the influence of a rich railroad
company, that he looks bliudty at the slaugh
ter of the poor soldier, who fights the battl e s
of his conntry? We repeat again, let us ha+
an by 611 Mena.
Somas Kimm.—Between three and four
o'clock, on Thursday morning last, John Hord,
of Mansfield, Richland county, Ohio, connected
with Co. D. 32nd Ohio Regiment, was instantly
killed, by the collision of a train on the North
ern Central Railroad, with an empty freight
train going south. The accident occurred on
the summit and the deceased was standing on
the platform at the time. The body of Hord
was brought to York, and afterwards sent to
his late place of residence. Both locomotives
were considerably damaged and a number of
the cars broken.
KlcKai.—Secesh is good on an evacuation,
and ft is generally done through fear. In the
last leffdavironiart, the organ of the dough-faces
in Cheater county, we learn that a slanderous
attack was made on David Meconkey, Esq.
His son, Capt. Elbridge Meconkey, of General
McCall's staff, met Hodgson in the street on
Saturday night and gave him a sound kicking,
whereupon this , redoubtable pasteboard Major
immediately evacuated I Another of the secesh
tribe, for uttering disloyal sentiments at Coates
ville recently, received a sound drubbing. If
the army won't fire on these people, the Home
Guard will !
ONE OF ova LOCAL WAOS called on us this
morning, to assure us that he had discovered
the birth place of Frank Hughes. He insists
that he is neither a Pennsylvanian or a North
Carolinian, but that he is an Italian. Puzzled
to know how he established this fact, we asked
for the proof, when he cooly informed us that
his Hughespmchant to control organs and send
pet monkeys over the county to take up col
lections, was his rule for fixing the nationality
of Highes. Of course we have nothing further
to say on the subject.
OP LOOT. H. P. Prrancss.—We were
sorry to learn from our Centre county exchan
ges, that this gallant and gifted young officer,
while he was bravely serving his country and
discharging his duty in the front ranks of the
army of the Republic, was deliberately assassi
nated by the rebel pickets, while he was pass
ing along our lines, and thus added to the long
list of noble, bravo and generous martyrs who
are now being sacrificed on the bloody shrine of
The writer of this paragraph knew Lieut.
Petriken well and intimately. Hie genius and
generosity—his noble impulses and aspiration
after knowledge and perfection, made him at
once the favorite of those who knew him, and
the delight of his kinsmen and his friends. His
temperament fitted him for deeds that required
valor in their achievement ; and if courage ever
was blended in any man's other qualities, we
believe that it was merged in all the peculiari
ties of Lieut. Petriken. He was the only son
of the late James Patriken, at one time Secre
tary of State.
THIRTEENTH MOMENT, P. V.—We witnessed
a very pleasant and enthusiastic demonstration
in the Capitol grounds on the return of the
Thirteenth Regiment Pennsylvania Militia from
our border. The regiment was one of the finest
organized for the defence of the State, and was
among the first to respond to the call of the
Judging from the unananimity of feeling and
discipline displayed by the officers and men of
the regiment, it is due them to say that they
made good use of their time to arrive at such
marked improvement in so abort a time ; and
they would have rendered efficient service had
the opportunity been afforded them to display
Col. Johnson is a strict disciplinarian, an ef
ficient officer, and a tried soldier—having serv
ed as Captain in the Seventy First (late Col.
Baker's California Regiment, Pa. Vole.) He
was at the battle of Ball's Bluff, on the 21st
October, 1861, and was gallantly fighting by
the aide of the lamented and brave Col. Baker
when he fell, and saved himself from being to
ken prisoner in that terrible and disastrous en
gagement by swimming the river.
He has shared in all the dangers, and took
an active part in every engagement in which
the regiment participated 4 He fought gallant
ly and well at "Fair Oaks," " Peach Orchard,"
and at the hard fought battles at Savage's Sta
tion on the 29th day of June.
It was while he was gallantly cheering his
men into action at the "Battle of White Oak
Station," June 30th, that he was severely woun
ded—from the effects of which he is still suffer
ing. He was highly complimented by his su
perior officers for hit courage and bravery, and
received the admiration of the officers and men
of his regiment for his gallant bearing and he
roic conduct on the battle-field.
Owing to his wound, he was honorably dis
charged, not being able to return to his regi
zi2ent at the expiration of the sixty days allow_
ed by the War Department. His numerous
friends would rejoice to hear of his being com
missioned by the Governor as Colonel to one of
our state regiment. He is certainly a brave
and efficient officer, and very justly deserves
promotion. Having seen more than a year's
active service in the field, and withstood the
brunt of many battles, be has the practical
ability and experience to command a regiment
We need just such tried and brave men as
Colonel Johnson to lead our regiment into bat
tle. Honor to whollt honor is dne, and reward
"We seek not glory from the senseless crowd ;
Of fanciful laurels we shall ne'er be proud ;
Their warmest plaudits we would scarcely prize;
Their sneers or censures we alike despise."
The above lines are supposed to be intended
for those who make it their business to diaper
age the humble efforts of the late Volunteer
Militia. The special objet of this card is to
give expression to the feelings of gratitude of
the First Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteer
Militia, for the general kindness that character
ized the conduct of the officers towards their
men :—Col. Henry Pd'Cormick, Lieut. Col. R.
A. Lamberton, Maj. T. B. Bryson and Adjutant
Newman. May their shadows never grow less.
We cannot here refrain from noticing especially
the untiring and high-toned consideration of
Lieut. Col. R. A. Lamberton for the general
comfort of his men. In conclusion, permit us
to call, your attention to the cheap dry gdods
depot for returned Pennsylvania Volunteer Mi
litia, -at the sontlx4ast corner of Front and
Market streets. Toms, &0.,
fletntoglinmitt Wadi) ettegraph, trittibnii Iftertwon. fleptentba 30, 1862
SENSIBLE AND Boum —The Lancaster Evening
&press thus sarcastically and truthfully hits the
tory organ : The Harrisburg Patriot and Union
does not show much sign of improvement, since
the President's last proclamation, in its assaults
upon the government and its attempts to dis
courage enlistments. lts last effort, however,
is au attempt, by innendo, to resist 'the collec
tion of the national tax. if there is any virtue
in the proclamation of the President, it is about
time that it was applied to the editors of this
villainous sheet, who richly deserve the full ex
tent of the punishments meted out to traitors.
A SlanT AN ONCE HUMILIATING and disgraceful
came under our notice lately, in the spectacle
of two officers in full dress uniform, escorting
two notorious prostitutes to the most prominent
seat in one of our popular resorts of amusement.
Surely there should be some means to prevett
the uniform of a soldier from being thus die
graced. ,If men will degrade themselves, let
us save the honorable badges and distinctions
of a service that is daily becoming so glorious,
from being brought into the contamination of
a public exhibition with those
" Who weave the winding sheet of souls,
And lay them in the urn of eternal death I"
Ilexarantrao, Sept. 30, 1862.
Gao. BIAGNIIII, Esq. you please insert
the following in the TELIGRAPH :
The ladies of the Union Belief Asaxiation
return thanks for the following, opened Sept.
25th, 1862, at the store of Messrs. Hummel &
Killioger, by permission of Quartermaster Hale:
1 bag from :Mem cross roads.
2 bags from Greensburg.
2 boxes from Christlauia.
3 boxes from the northern part of Delaware
2 boxes from Altoona.
1 box from Halmirville.
2 boxes, (place not designated.)
1 bag from New Stanton and Greensburg.
1 bag from Havey's Five Points.
1 box from Clarksburg and vicinity, Indiana
1 box of dried rusk.
1 box of onions, lint and bandages.
I box of clothing.
1 box of York of Brandywine, Plymouth
Church, Chester county_
4 boxes from the Central Aid Society, Chester
1 box from Sunbury.
1 barrel from Heels Furnace.
2 barrels from Attleboro, Pa.
1 box from Hecht Furnace.
1 box from Altoona.
1 box from Upper and Lower Oxford.
1 box from Bellefonte.
1 box from Mrs. McConkey and other ladles
of West Chester.
1 box from Washington, Pa.
3 boxes from 'Radnor and vicinity.
1 box from Strousburg, Monroe county. •
1 box from Knoxville, Tioga county, Mrs. B.
1 box from Burlington, Bradford county.
1 box from Harteltoo.
3 boxes from Conshohocken.
1 box from Cornwall.
1 box from Bath, Northampton county.
1 box from Hexoperville.
1 bov from Osceola, Pa.
M. S. BEATTY, Prost.
E. A. Buser,
LIME'S UNION Ramer Socurrr.—The ladies
nam ed will send to the reception room, Mrs.
Dr. Bailey's, Market Street, by 104 o'clock,
On Wednesday, Oct. I. Vegetable soup and fruit:
Miss Maggie Boas, Mrs. Eliza Bellman,
Mrs. Jacob Hoffman, " Geo. W. Stoner,
"L. M. Lawrence, " Collins McCurdy,
" Patrick Ryan, Mime Odell,
Miss Linny Pancake, Mrs. K. Frankum,
" Annie Gross, " Geo. Groff,
Mrs. Bush, " M. Barringer,
" Killough, " J. C. Bomgardner,
" Theo. Adams. " E. Beringer,
Miss. Eliza Bishop, " Boyer.
On Thursday, Oct. 2.—A two or three quart ries
Miss S. A. Bryan, Mrs. Sarah Barnitz,
Mrs. Francis Bernheisel " Theodore Boyer,
" Mary Ball, " Lavinia Brown,
Miss Julia Fishier, " Jameg B. Boyd,
B. Hynicka, Miss Sate Boyd,
Mrs. Louisa Cunkle, Mrs. J Berryhill,'
" King, " Rachel Burnside,
" Joseph Kahnweiler, " Mary Berghaus,
" Joseph Black, " N. Brown,
" M. Burke, " Dr. Bailey.
On Friday, October B—One pair of stewed chickens.
Mrs. Geo. W. Buehler, Mrs. E. Byers,
" Elizabeth Cook, " J. M. Keller,
" Fraser, " Win. Kirby,
Miss Parker, " Andrew Black, •
Mrs. Wm. Colder, " James Colder,
" John Coa, " E. H. Cornyn,
" Joseph Curzon, " W. Cathcart,
Charles Carson, " Wells Coverly, •
" Dr. Charlton, Miss M. Cunkle
" Win. Dock, Mrs. T. H. Bohinson.
On Saturday, October 4—Ons pound of butter, eggs,
cooked tomato. s:
Mrs. D. Dougherty, Mrs. Elisabeth Fox,
" J D. Cameron, " John Fraser,
" Margaret Elder, Miss Sybil Fahnestock,
" Chris. Ehrman, Mrs. David Fleming,
Miss Mary Eppley, " B. J. Fleming,
Mrs. M. H. Espy, " Mont. Forster,
Dr. Fager , " Maria Groff, -
" Geo. Felix, " J. A. Garretskii,
" Wm. Foltz, " Ward,
" Gem Forster, " Levi Grey. •
The ladies named will serve -
TO VDMT THE CAW. TO 511171 AT TEI ROOM,
MN. &What Burnside, COMING AT 9 o'ornor,
" Joshua Jones, Miss Annie Warlord,
" Wig. Buehler. " Lizzie Trout
On 2hursday, Friday and Saturday :
TO VISIT THE CAMP, TO SERVE AT TER ROOM,
Mrs. Samuel Wilt, Min Fannie Smith,
" Cornyn, " A. Shoemaker.
" N. Brown,
Mrs. E. IL COBNYN,
Secrekiry Committee Arr.
A Mom EirrABSUIBMXIIT. —Among the many
improvements lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
perity and as a determination on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the " light house," is the completion of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the owners and ornamental to thut
part of our city.
The building is not only one of the largest;
devoted to the grocery business, outside of New
York, but the stock ch Menges competion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
s trict Instructions under no circumstances whet
eVer-to misrepresent or take advantage of any
customer. A general invitation is wetendeoo
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the extensive stock, whether they podia,
On Monday, Taos&3y and Wednagkiy
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE ! I
Wm. A. Batchelor% Hair Bye !
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye' Known 1
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
it you wish to escape ridicule.
GBRY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
halury to Hair or Skin.
919198. N lit-DAIS AND DIPLOIIAS have been awar
ded to Virti. A. Barony:is Fame 18 - 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair et 11115 patrons
but fatuous Oyu
%tn. A. BATCHRLOR'd HAIR 1./Yi. p. oduvea a color
out w be iligiluausitem from nature and is IrdithilllMlS
DUI to injure In the Ich&t, however long it 111 J) Je. Cunha
oe.l, DUd the ill llecs..f ban rivet rentodten ru. halt
it invigorated fur btu lay tlalv spleodid Dye. Nro•.. prop
arly applied at No. 16 Rood Street New York
: , 0141 lu allthecues and towilis of the L'utted Naies, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Denton has the name "William A Batchelor,"
iand uddrein upon a -.owl plate engraving on the four
Eids of web hex.
Wboletale Factory, 81 Rar , lay
Late 288 Broadway, New York
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 German
Vegetable Medicines at very moderate rates.
I have also on 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 corn.
petencyin 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 he had at
any time at my residence, in Pine street, be
tween Second and Front.
Anl3 dim MRS. L. BALL.
Mss. Baas, :—I take this method of testifying
to the efficacy of your valuable medicine. My
child had Convulsion of the Bowels, and I heard
of your curing children of that disease. I then
gave it a trial, and my child 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 six months old, and
my husband and I believe that your medicine
was the means of saving our child's life. I live
two miles below the city.
Wll HAN% received a large assortment of hoop
skirts, from 75c. up to $2 50. A large assort
ment of linen and needlework collars, and col
bus and sleeves, at all prices. White cambrics,
jacixinetts, nautucks, and plain and
figured Swiss muslin, at apprises. 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, sattinette and cassimeres for men and
boy's wear. We received 50 dozen suspenders,
at all prices. 50 dozen cotton handkerchiefs,
with borders, and a great many other notions
and small wear. S. LIM.
.A.yer's Cathartic Pills.
rpHE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine
A. have been taxed their utmost to produce this best,
moat perfect purgative which Is kno en to man. Innum
erable proof' are shown that these Pam have v.rtues
which ampere in excellence the ordinary medicines, and
that they win unprecedentedly np m the esteem of all
men. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful
to cure. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital
activities of the body, remove the obstructions of Its
organs, purify the blood, end expel disease. They purge
out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper,
stimulate sluggish or disordered organs In'o their natural
action, and impart healthy tone with irr..ngth to the
whole system. Not only do they cure Vie every day
complaints of every body, but also formidable and dan
gerous dimwits that have baled the best of human
skill. While they produce powerful effects, they are at
the same time, In diminished do-es, the attest and best
physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar
coated, they are pleas -tin to lake; and being purely leg;
stable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures have
been made which 'amass belief were they not substan
tiated by men of such exalted positi - n and character as
to forbid the suspicion of tudruth. Many eminent t ler
gymen and physicians have lent their names to certify
to the public the f our remediee, while
others have ssat me the assurance cf their conviction
that our Preparations contribute immensely to tee relief
of my italic ed, meting fellow-men.
The agents below named are pleased to furnish gratis
our American itlinanee, containing directions for the use
ant oerillicates of their mires, of the following corn.
00elivness, Bilious Complaints, t heumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul stomach, Nan.
era, Indigestion, Morbid Inact'on of theßowels and Pain
arising therefrom, Platulency, Loss of spp .tite, all Die.
eases w hick require an etaomnit medicine. They also,
by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure
many complaints which it would tut be sox Osed they
wculd react", such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neu•
relate and Nervoos Irritabllity, Derangements of the
iver and Nidneys,Nont, and other kindred comp'aints
arising from a low state of the body or obstractiou of its
Do tot be put off by =prime pled dealer! with some
other pill they make mire pront on st for Ana's
Pius, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its intrinsic vale. or curative
powers. The sick want the best aid there is for them,
and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. AMU & 00., Lowell, Nava. and
old by by
Price 26 cents per Box, or gimes itn $l.
Sold by O. A. Ban 'tart, D. W. Gross & Co., 0. H. Kel
ler, J. M. Lutz, Dr. Riley, F. Wyeth and dealers every
ST% TEACHERS .WANTED.
SIX teachers are wanted in the township
of Swatera. None but competent teachers need
awl. School term of live months duration. Salary
$5O per month. Nor further poetasters apply to
M. A. FRANTZ,
septl342ww2to Highepire, Dauphin Co.
ITT hereas by General order N 0.37 issued
V V by the Governor of Pennsylvania, dated
'September 28rd, A. D. 1862, it is thus contained,
viz : " The . Commissioners of the several coun
ties will fix a time at some convenient point in
their respective counties to bear applications
for exemption of persons Now in =vim of the
State, and who have NOT AMMON had an op
portunity to attend such appeal." Therefore
notice is hereby given to all such persons, who
were recently in the service of the State under
tbesall of the Governor, that an opportunity
will be afforded them to present their claims
for exemption from military duty on Thursday,
the 2nd day of October A. D. 1862, at 9 o'clock
A. M. at the Court House, in the city of Harris
burg. JOHN H. BRIGGS,
Sept. 26th, 1862. ammissioner.
OAVA.LY REORIIITS WANTED.
E undersigned having been author—
ises to rate a company of cavalry in aecordatale
wi the resent requisition of the War Cowlings', is
desirous of obtahung
ABLE BODIED INTELLIGENT YOUNG MEN
who have had experience as homilies with a view of
filling up said company immediately. Yoxng men of
kauptiin county who would rather volunteer than to be
drafted should remember that this," the time to make
a free will offering of their services to their country.
By so doing they will receive a bounty of 00 from the
county; fa from the Government, $l4 befell the one
m .sull'a pay In advance and a premium of $l, and at
the end of the war, Intl receive a bounty of $76.
JAMBS GOWAN, Captain.
Mee in Third Street a few doors above lterket street,
Harrisburg. septB dt4
MERCHANT - .TA11,,0R;
85 MARKET ST., HARRISBURG,
lic'wprepared to- furnish -offuser's
win er y okithhig,Aoo,l4tog to rapist's's' at short
oats". Alma igenisldiumortmont of uooke,
A - Plll23:braiges and Lemons stnEEN
HAVING leafed thz
North street : lately °eau]
I am enabled tot supply the pub
office, toot of North street, or
Dock, Jr. & Co., will receive proms.. _
FOR THE SOLDERS,
A NOTHER new
Xxpreasly manufactured for the soldiers.
POCKET INK STANDS' •
PENCILS, PENS AND
OF EVERY VARIETY,
MARY E. MAHAN
WE INVITE the attention of families
BAKE THEIR OWN BREAD,
to our stock of Flour. We have just received
of the Choicest (White Wheat) Bt. Louis Flour that
the West ru ttar<et adonis.
We guarantee *wiry barrel or bag we sell to be strict.
ay suparor. ijead.l Wad. OJCIE, Saa. a & CO.
100 TONS MINNIE BALLS OF ALL
ROUND BALL AND BUCK SHOT,
A full supply constantly on hand, will be sold low, for
This company Maims no right to patent, and toere
foresed at less price, warrant their goods inferior to
cone, Balls packed in 100 rb. kegs in prime slapping
order. IL:CULLOUGH'S LEAD C 1,,
sept,l6-1m 64 Duane Street, New York.
GLASS FRUIT JARS !!
BEST AND CHEAPEST ! !
CALL AND EXAMINE.
i 930 Wei DOCK. I. &CO
MARKET P ICE.
wE, HAVING fitted up a large Refrig
erator, and having made contracts with some of
our most reliable farmers to furnsh us with fresh and
weer butter regaiarl will be enabled to supply oar
Warners with sweet fresh ice cold butte , . At all times.
my 29 WI. DOCK, Jr & CO.
STRAW BE RRIES.
PLANTS set out in favorable weather,
for if watered when dry,) in August, September
or October, will produce a fair crop the next Stammer,
often enough to pa for the plants and planting, besides
enuring an s bundant yield the following season.
All the best varieties for eels at the Keystone Nur
sery, Harrisburg mad dtf
A FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
of a large consignment, are offered at an unusually
low rate to ohm out the lot. To retail dealers there will
be an Ind ucement offered. each box sold will be guar
anteed aerepreaentad. Will. DOME, JR., & CO.
ANCY COLORED PaEar, ready oat, for
coverinv looking Wasson, Pidure Yiantes, km
mon and other new patterns for sale at
811116NBWEI OHEAP BacanTokn
PORT BIONA/ES I
And a general variety of Leather Goods, just
received at BERGNER'S BOOK STORE.
IF YOU WANT
LETTER OR NOTE PAPER,
ENVIKEOPES, V' '7 1
PENS AND HOLDERS
Of every description and quality, you will find
the largest assortment at
In the matter of the , herlft's In Daupbia Co. Om
ni% of the Real Estate
_of rola mon Pleas, lend. Ex.
m on Lowdeaslager. No. 28, ang. T, 1862.
September 8.1862, ordered by the court that J. W.
811:1°143n be lOgainted Auditor to distribute the resi
due of the pueshaxe money remaining in the hands of
the E tuff.
The undersigned auditor will attend to the dudes of
said appointment, at him ocike in Mirlialltud, ou
Tuesday the 23(1 of doptember, 1862, at 10 A. Y . when
and where all perdue intareated may attend.
sePtb-do.witcy J. W. SIMONTON.
aIIAI ode, XTENSIVE assortment of glassware,
WM e see
sale um disvery /o hes,
/. &0., &e., Or
N ILCHOLS & BOWMAN,
-an2l Corner Front and Market streets.
e NTED.—.I. NURSE to take charge
V V of an invalid. Apply to
Chestnut street, below Thir Eß,
on flaw PliikilliOn• ael.mate
New 21b1 trtistntute.
b ' I
OF THE DIF
SHOT AND BALLS.
purmance of an Order of the
(kJ:lume Court of Dauphin county, will be expand
On Saturday, the 4th Day of Oot., 1882-
on the premier,
A FIRST RATF LIMESTONE FARM,
situate la the towne hip of Sinters, on the old Poor
Home road „V mils from libitevre adjoining lards of
Henry . Zimmerman Adam locker and others, manila.
tae 142 acres of dist quality limestone land, about MO
acres of which is cleared, well failed and In a tifh state
of cultivation, the balance well covered with good timber.
Thereon erected a large
TWO STORY STONE HOUSE,
atone bank barn, wi h wagon shed, corn imam and other
onthullologs. Also a tenant homer, a met rate well with
pump at the holies door, a d rat rate spring of r Amnia;
water near the horse, woh afn 1 striate 01 running
wate - running through the firm.
Alma first rate orchard of chotee There is
82 , 04 W, L
nothing y Dim ,
Pardo *busing 'gni,
KAPP , : , 'z z'' , OR MIS Y ?
TEL iVSI" 8 THE QUE - lOU •
1 1 HE' Proprietors of the 'PARISIAN
i GaB'NET Of WONDERS, ANA and MEDI
ME" have determined regardless fensg tO tome
fre-, (for the benefit of suffering hunsanity)l OGR of
their moot instructive and ' , denoting Lectures on Mier
riage sad its Disqualillostions, Nervous Debility, Prema
ture Decline of alanhla, indigestion Westmont or De
pression, Loss of energy and VicliFewers, the Great So-
cial Evils, ant those Mai , dies widen regret from yenta
fhl follies, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance of Nivel
elegy and Nature's Lew, The invaluable Lectures
hays been the means of enlightoing sad saving thou
elude, cud will be forwarded free on the receipt of four
stamps, by ultimates dMiliEflnY P . GANNET OF
ANATOMY sxMlbuscuts, 563 Brosiwayi, Pak:
MI Work Promised in One Week
PEN NEIYLV AN/ A
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHMENT.
104 Market ''trees beriserm 4th and sth,
[ T HERE every description of Ladies'
V and Gentlemerie' narmenta, Flew Goode, &c., are
.srftd Cleansed and finisher' in the best manner and at
the ' , honest notice DODGE & CO.,
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL HINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMOMS,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
And we etablea of all kinds, brought direct from the
Eastern Markets, twice a week, usui purchased limier LT
personal supervision, thus euaolidg me to sell a better
and cheaper article than any In the market.
Sir Orders from a distance attended to promptly, and
,eeds delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
FGE.-H CANNED FfttllV3 comae tly on band Give
me a call. Dead] JOHN WEBS.
JOH RIM 1311
je6 KELLER'S RIIGSTORB
LOTS FOR SALE
RJ. HALDEMAN will sell lots on
North street w 24 Pennsylvania avenue • o
thole des=to purehase. Apply corner Front awl
Walnut iYBI fur
LUBRICATING Oil for all kinds of ma
chinery, in convenient pilotage', tor eels very low
by. , - NIOKOLS BOWMAN,
jea' Comor Front and Market street
F' T.--A house on South. street
betiein Second and Third. Enquire of £
ans. SARAH MURRAY, Cor. 2a and nee
tepte Mt . .
pH Updegrove took Properti 3 Olua i .
grocery and Rocinrdle How, situated lye miles
above Harrisburg, is now offere o.)* sale.= - adver
dement in Weekly or apply to
THE largest and most extii assort
meat of elan In the city, bait -ftert*., and for
ate very low, by moaoucatiowycor,
ant) Oorner Front aid Idartet streets.
PICTURES TAKEN AT REDUCED RATES.
THE undersigned has fitted up a new
_L and splendid
PHOTOGRAPH AND lEBEOTYPE GALLERY,
In Third street, opposite the Patriot and Union offioe,
where he will furnish his patrons with very superior
pictures at reduced rates. Call sad see for yourselves.
Bept2o dim* A. S. BLACK, Art*.
ALARGE .ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles of different styles of binding, at 90c, 111 . 24
til 60, $2, $3, $4, $5 and $l O . Also Pocket Bibles of
styles and prime at SIHIEFFEWB Bookstore.
OLABET WINE !
WE aro closing out a VERY SUPERIOR
LOT al luathan cat.
COA L .:41 and coal oil lamps, of
styles and sizes, for sok, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN_
Comer Wont faiAModrareireelly
EXTRA family flour, a superior brand,
wbicb•we warrant to ere a tisfaetdon, fast re•
Delved and for sale by
NIOHOL9 & BOWMAN,
an 6 Corner Front and Market streets.
CRIISHED, coarse and fine pulverised
sugar, lower than any other plat* in town. Call
and examine, 1021 VIS k BOWMAN,
jy2s Corner Front and Market etreeta.
SUGARS of all kinds, white and briny'',
lower than any hones in town, by
NICHOLS k BOWILOT,
Coraar,et Front and Market street.
WM. DOCK. Jr.. ,& 00