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THOMAS E. COCHRAN,
of York County.
WILLIAM S. ROSS.
of Luzern County.
James C.Brown, of Mercer, and W. C. Beebe,
of Venango, are the nominations of the Union
men in the district composed of those counties
for the Legislature. Messrs. Brown and Beebe
were members of the last Legislature, and were
individually regarded as among the most useful
representatives, either in committee or on the
floor. To an industry which is not a distinguish
ing characteristic of most representatives, they
joined a devotion to principle and a steadfast
ness of purpose, which made their support of
any measure at once valuable and successful.
While referring to these nominations, we are
reminded that a large number of the loyal men
who were members of the last House, are being
re-nominated in the different districts through
out the State. This we regard as a cheering
evidence of the existence of that steady attach
ment for good men which people conceive who
are really attached to great measures ; and
therefore on the election of all these good men
must depend the future beneficial results of
A BASE LIE.
Gov. Curtin's last scare and Militia demon
stration cost our State over FIVE MILLIONS OF
DOLLARS. What think yuu of that, TAX
PAYERS of Centre county ? Is " our Andy,"
the poor man's friend? Is he and the party he
represents fit to administer the government in
the Keystone State at the present time ?—Belle
fonts Watchman, Sept. 26
When the editor of the Bellefonte Watchman
conceived and printed the above, he knew that
he was adding a falsehood to his other efforts
to deceive his readers on the subject of the war
He knew that he was slandering a statesma;
whose whole purpose has been to vindicate the
loyalty of Pennsylvania, and thus assist in the
defence of the national honor. His whole
statement in regard to the expense of the mili
tia lately called out to resist a rebel invasion,
is false, a base and cowardly fabrication to mis
lead the people of Centre county, and thus if
possible carry the election in that region against
both the Aide and national administration.
—This of coarse explains how we were mis-
lead in• reference to Col. Bowmait, and while
we claim the prerogative of a journalist, to ani
madvert on public men and public questions,
we should despise ourselves did we knowingly
do any soldier injustice, or detract from any
man's merit while be occupies a position at
once responsible and respectable. In our inter
view with Cul. Bowman, we were glad to dis
cover the soldier and the patriot, who was will
ing to eschew politics, at least so far as partizan
contests are concerned, and in this hour of great
peril to the country, devote himself entirely to
It remains, now, for the Berwick Gazette to
acknowledge the falsehood which it put in OW.
owman's month, and admit that it imposed
its readers and its cotemporaries, by the
Lou of a most malicious fabrication,
and put forth for base political par-
CONSTRUCTION OF THE REVENUE LAW.
One of the features of the great plan adopted
by the traitor sympathisers and m6dern tories
lin this state, for the purpose of deluding the
people into their support, and thus placing
Pennsylvania' in antagonism to the national
and state administration, is that which relates
to a wholesale perversion of the new revenue
law. Falsehood and slander are the proper
weapons of those who lend themselves to trai
tors and apostates. Too cowardly to take an
open stand in aid of treason; because of the
bloodshed that might ensue to themselves,
these poor wretches content themselves with
stirring up strife among loyal men, on the plea
that the system of taxation adopted for the
support of the government, is both unequal
and unjust. For weeks the dough-face tory
press, in the pay and under the control of
"Frank Hughes, Chairman of the Breckenridge
State Central - ,ConimitMe, have been engaged
t ultaneimelY irR these. perversions. They
ve rung out the charge that the tax will be
-, while the pro
. ; and they have
nrhibits of the tax
better succeed in
people, and thus
rest some of these
produce at a stall
a retail dealer.
from house to
I have considered sailmakers as manufactu
If a person whose occupation is that of a re
tail dealer, occasionally sells in original packa
ges to consumers, he is not thereby required to
take a license as a wholesale dealer ; but, if he
sells in original packages or by the piece to
those who buy to sell again, he must take li
cense as a wholesale dealer.
I have decided that persons who are engaged
in the production of the articles enumerated in
the last part of section 75 as not considered
manufacturers within the meaning of the Act,
do not require to be licensed as manufacturers.
The provision in section 66, relating to man
ufacturers, does not apply to them, and they
must be licensed as wholesale or retail dealers,
as the case may be.
This decision involves bakers, millers and
Where bakers sell their bread from carts, a
pedler's license should be taken out for the dri
ver of each cart.
Butchers' carts are subject to the same rule
GEO. S. BOUTWELL,
TimmAs W. SWENEY, Esq.,
Assessor Second District of Pa , Phile'da
We hear from a gentleman who arrived in
this city yesterday evening, direct from Potts
ville, that the indignation which Frank Hughes
has been laboring to create against himself
and his party in that locality, culminated in a
regular uprising among the loyal masses of
Pottsville. The people demanded the expul
sion of Hughes from the town, and hot being
able to withstand the pressure, the redoubtable
rank was compelled to fly, a fugitive from the
orn, contempt and indignation of the masses
who he has been insulting and traducing for
the last three months.
Our informant was a stranger to us, but ha
pledged his word as a gentleman that what he
stated was strictly and substantially true. Just
so far we vouch for the truthfulness of this
statement. It is certainly a rich rumor, and
if true, adds to the verification of the old adage
that the way of the trausgreasor is hard.
:pression of patri
io, surrounded by
peace in this and
other states, persist in plotting against a gov
ernment, to which the people of far-off Minns
sot4, hammed by Indian manraders, and with
'their fighting men absent, still cling to the
Federal Government, and renew their covenants
of loyalty for its support. At this hour the
spectacle is both eloquent and grand Minne
sota, governed by such a man, and inhabited
by such a people, is bound to emerge from all
her trials, and become eventually the great
empire State of the north west.
Lamas soli TUE Amts.—Persons writing let.
tern to soldiers in the army, are informed that
a simple and short direction is all that is ne
cessary, and is much more likely to quickly
reach its destination. All that is necessary is
the name of the person, number or letter of his
company, and the number and Rate of his regi
ment, thus :—John Doe, Co. A, 119th Beg't.
pt. 29, 1862.
iis received. No
tclosed by you is
le, except the let-
•eeper must be
in order to sell
fitted to sell cigars,
his tavern license
ood and lodging."
him to an eating
A RICH RUMOR
'nnesota, in hie rues
' the legislature of
fiber 9th, 1862, gives
wy of the recent
less border settle
rsing the out
' .;;;,- . ,: t ly review
4iesota muse be exter—
"rom the borders of the
tternative, but Gov.
loguise or misstate
believe that it is
, for our brethren
in sister comrnon-
amge, Gov. Bam
iestic troubles, the
to cherish the most
Tnion of the States,
d by the dangers
Teeing of the God
soon to be ens•
are to its preserva
ce through the ages
THE Tony ORGAN endeavors to dodge the
question of the enfranchisement of slavery and
the disfranchisement of the soldier. But its
effort is a very lame one, and we repeat the ac
cusation we brought against the Breckenridge
Democracy on Monday, to wit :
Ist. That it is the clear purpose of the Breckenridge
Democracy of Pennsylvania to achieveapoliticalvictory
solely and mainly to contribute to the preservation of
the political franchises of slavery; and
2d. That in laboring for this enfranchisement of sla
very this sans e party avowed a purpose° insist on the dis
franchisement of the gallant soldiers who are now ab
sent from the stale of Pennsylvania struggling for the
defence of the Union and the vindication of the gov
—Such is modern Democracy I
TUB RUSTRRING AND DISBURSING OPTIONS at
this post, Capt. B. I. Dodge, we were surprised
to hear, last evening, was about to be relieved,
and is to be detailed for duty to Baltimore. Of
course we have no right to interfere with any of
the arrangements of the War Department, while
a mere newspaper paragraph is not likely to
be influential in changing any of its plans or
purposes. And yet we cannot refrain from ex
pressing our regret that such a change should
be in contemplation (if the rumor is really cor
rect,) as much on account of our interests in the
success of the service In this locality, as for the
high regard and respect we entertain for Capt.
Dodge as a gentleman and a soldier. He has
become so thoroughly acquainted with the
manner of doing business among our people—
is personally so popular with the men most
active in the raising of recruits—knows so well
the different localities of the commonwealth—
and possesses such a general and an official
knowledge of the post at which he has been
engaged so successfully for about a year, that,
we are almost forced to declare, his removal at
this time, would be tantamount to the roes
tricable confusion if not the absolute failure
of the mustering and disbursing business
at this post. The War Department has not got
an officer, equally fitted and calculated as is
Capt. Dodge, to take his place, should he be
detailed for other duty. To place an inexpe
rienced or au incompetent man at th 4 junc
ture, when the levies for the draft are about to
begin, and when the mustering of volunteer
recruits is being conducted so successfully,
would be a risk which the Department cannot
afford to tun at this time. We hope, there
fore, if the rumor is correct, that the Depart.
mont will reconsider its purpose, and permit
Capt. Dodge to remain where his services have
been so eminent and so valuable.
REVENUE LAM.—The following important
amendment to the Revenue Law was approved
July 14, 1862.
" Section 26, And be it further enacted. That
the 94th section of the Act entitled an act to
provide internal revenue to support .the gov
ernment and pay interest on the public debt"
approved Julyorst, 1862 be so amended that no
instrument, document, or paper, made signed
or issued prior to the lst day of January, 1863,
without being duly stamped or having thereon
an adhesive stamp to denote the duty imposed
thereon, shall for that cause be invalid and of
Provided, however, that no snob instrument,
document or paper shall be admitted or need as
evidence in any Court until the same shall have
been duly stamped, nor until the holder thereof
shall have proved to the satisfaction of the
Court, that be has paid to the collector or
deputy collector of the district within which such
Court may be held, the sum of five dollars for
the use of the United States."
APPIIOVED, July 14, 1862.
Tribute of Respect.
CAMP BOAR, Hmr•gli&RTIRS 127TH ROIHMRMr,
September 28th , 1862.
At a meeting of Co. G, "Union Guards,"
Capt. Ball, the following preamble and resolu
tions were adopted :
Wneszas, It has pleased a kind Providence
to remove from our midst one of our brother
soldiers in the cause of justice, Bernard Seber,
in the full bloom of youth, and after but two
AND Wuratzes, He was hazarding his own
life in response to his country's call ; therefore,
Resolved, That in the death of Bernard Sober,
this company sustains the loss of a truo friend
and patriot, whose memory we will always hold
in greatful remembrance.
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with
the family and friends of our deceased brother,
but "the Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh
away," and to Him will we look for consola
tion in the hour of our affliction.
Resolved, That a - copy of these resolutions be
sent to the family of our deceased friend, and
that they alsobe published in the "Timturara"
and Patriot and Union of Harrisburg.
WI& A. BALL,
WM. L. PFAAMN,
C. W. KIMBALL,
County - Relief Fund.
In consequence of the scarcity .of
change, and the fact that so many of the 'recip
ient; of " The Fund" expres3 so much dissatis
faction at not having their checks cashed in
the same wanner as When specie was circulat
ing freely, the Committee has been reluctantly
compelled to change the weekly to monthly pay
Hereafter they will be made on Friday of
every fourth week, commencing with the pre
sent, and will be continued until the difficulty
can be obviated, and a return to the old spite.
be made. This arrangement will make all sums
paid out, even ones, and all persons entitled to
$1 25 per week will receive E 5 ; those to $1 50,
$6 ; those to $1 75, $7, and all others in the
The Committee have at all times used their
utmost exertions to make the payments in such
manner as to accommodate alt, and in their en
deavors have been seconded by the officers of
the bank, who have subjected themselves not
only to inconveniaica but apses for the same
purpose, and it is to be regretted, that the only
remuneration they have received has been, In
many instances, abase, when it was not In their
power to tarnish change. This alteration may
muse temporary inconvenience, but it should
be remembered that it is chiefly attributable to
the want of a proper disposition on the part of
the recipients, to accommodate themselves to
the exigencies of the times.
• Geo. Beam;
A. J. MUM§
Order by the Governor of Maryland•
Raurraroas. Sept. 80.
The following has just been issued by Gover
STATE or MARYLAND, ERIarTIVX
ANNAPOLIS, Sept. 29, 1862.
The expulsion of the rebel army from the soil
of Maryland should not be suffered to pass
without the proper acknowledgment, and cor
dial thanks, of her authorities, to those who
were chiefly instrumental in compelling that
evacuation. I would tender, therefore, on be
half of the State of Maryland, to Major General
McClellan, and the gallant officers and men
ender his command, my earnest and hearty
thanks for the distinguished courage, skill and
gallantry with which that achievement was ac
complished. It reflects& lustre upon the ability
of the commander-in chief, and the heroism and
endurance of his followers, that the country
everywhere recognizes, and that even our ener
mks are constrained to acknowledge
To Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania, and
the militia of his State, who rallied with such
alacrity at the first symptoms of an invasion,
our warmest thanks are also due. The readi
ness with which they crossed the border and
took their stand beside the Maryland brigade,
shows that the border is in all respects but an
ideal line, and that in such a cause as now
unites us Pennsylvania and Maryland are but
I cannot forbear to notice iu this connection
the conduct of our own regiments that took
part in the recant battles. AU reports concur
in representing their gallantry as all their State
could desire. The numbers of their killed and
wounded, and their torn and tattered standards,
bear witness to 'he position they occupied in
the field. To the Second, Third, and Fifth
Maryland Ittgiments, the Purnell Home Bri
gade, and the First Maryland Artillery, who
participated in the recent battles, I would
therefore tender the thanks that are so justly
their due. A. W. BRADFORD.
Capture of the Third Georgia Cavalry.
Colonel Kennett's cavalry has had a skir
mish and captured the 3d Georgia Cavalry. He
paroled the non-commissioned officers and
CINCINNATI, Sept. 80.—Gen. Morgan left
Cumberland Gap about two weeks ago with all
his forces, and he le supposed to be marching
in a northeastward direction, end will strike
the Ohio river somewhere about Portsmouth.
He brought away all his artillery and stores,
and blocked up the Gap with stones so as to
render it impassable.
Drafting takes place in this city tomorrow.
Capt. Prentice, eon of George D. Prentice,
who was wounded in the Augusta, Ky., fight
The Indianapolis correspondent of the Ctvn
inercial repeats the rumor that Gen. Buell has
been relieved, and says that Gen. Thomas has
been assigned to the command.
The bark Joseph Maxwell, from Philadelphia
for Laguera, was lost riming a terrible gale,
lasting five days, from the 16th to the 21st
September. Such was the fury of the gale, that
all bands had to lash themselves to the rig
ging and other parts of the bark ; even then,
three of them were washed overboard. During
the entire five days, they had nothing to eat or
drink until the fury of the gale had subsided.
Oo the 23d nit., in lat. 28 40, longitude 69,
the brig Conflict, Capt. Rowland, bound for
New York, rescued the unfortunate men, and
oared for them as only a sailor can do.
Two brick buildings one hundred and eighty
six feet long, being a portion of the extensive
patent leather manufactory of L. P. Howell &
Co., were destroyed by fire at three o'clock this
morning. A large quantity of knapsacks and
leather was destroyed. The loss which amount
ed to $26,000 is fully insured. The Ore broke
out in the drying room, and the cause of it
Peterson's Detector contains the following de
scription of a new and dangerous counterfeit on
the City Bank of Montreal, Canada :
48. counterfeit ; vignette vulcan, anvil, train
of oars, etc., in the distance ; coat of arms of
Canada and Indian women on the right end ;
cupid bestriding .a lion and figure 4 on the left.
As Canada money is at a premium they may
be largely shoved. Also, s's spurious on the
Mechanics' Bank of Newark, New Jersey. '
Tne steamier Orenle arrived this morning from
New Orleans on the 23d nit. She brings $150,-
000 in specie .; also a mail from the fleet.
The royal mail steamer Arabia sailed for
Liverpool to-day, taking out $200,000 in specie.
Flour is firm and some holders refuse to sell
at present figures. There is a moderate ship
ping demaed for the better grades, and 3,000
bbis , mostly extra family, sold at $6 50, and
small lots of super at s6@s 26 ; small sales of
rye flour at $3 62i, and corn meal at $3 ;
wheat has advanced 2 cents, and 10,000 bus.
sold at $1 28al 32 for Pa. red, $1 35 for south
ern red and white at $140®258; new rye sells
at 65@68, and old at 72 ; corn is in good de
mand, and 8,000 but. yellow sold at 70c; oats
scarce and wanted at 40®42c ; clover seed
scares and sells on arrival at $5(46 25; timothy
brings $2@212.}, and flax seed at $1 80@1 90;
no change in provisions ; whisky firm at 83i®
Cotton quiet at _ peigssi; flour buoyant--
Sales of .186,000 bbls. at, $5 20(46 40 for state,
S 5 9066 24 for Ohio, and $5 .8043,6 85 for
southern; wheat declined 1 cent-.:sales 75,000
tons. at, 1201 19 for Chicago spring, $1 16(4
1 21 for Milwaukee Club, $1 27441 82 for red ;•
corn declining-60;000 bus, sold at 59(461c;
pork steisdY; lard.firm; whisky dull at 881§84.
'receipts of flour 28,000 bbla.; whoa! .126,000
OW • anti 18,000 bus.
TAB EXPULSION OF MB REBELS.
By the Governor :
Wm. B. HILL, Sect'y. of State
THE WAR IN KENTUCKY
ELIZABNTHTOWN, Sept. 30
GIN. MORGAN EVACITATZP COMBIEBLA3D GAP
DISASTER AT SEA
FIRE AT NEWARK., N. J.
NEweatt, N. J., Oct. 1
ANOTHER NEW COUNTERFEIT.
PHILADMPHI&, October 1
FROM NEW ORLEANS
Nzw. Yo!LIE, October 1
SAILING OF THE STEAMER ARABIA.
Booms, Oct. 1
MARKETS - BY TELEGRAM.
Partacusam, Oct. 1
NAw Yoiur, Oat. 1
ex 1, 1862
Are. HEGMAN reFpectfully informs
the palls that she is now ready to receive
scholars on the Piano and Melodeon, either at her real.
deuce or that of her pupils. Applicants please addrarg
at either of the music stores.
MR. HEGMAN will give private 'mono in the French,
German and Latin languages. ect,l lw
AODGOOD COOK, and a GIRL to do gene
ral housework. Apply_ at th e SECOND WARD
D:, the old Fovea Star Hotel. Good wages will be
A TWO STORY frame House, situated
joi. In Mort street. Inquire of
soBo-dtt WM. R. moms.
MARKET STREET AND MA.REET SQUARE,
TOSEPH F. MCCLELLAN, Proprietor ;
to recently conducted by Wells °overly. This is a
)drat Class Hotel, and located In the central part of the
city. It Is kept is the best manner, and its patrons wilt
Sod every accommolaUost to be met with to the best
hours in the country. Se3o-dt f
AN the railroad, Born(
tduaketa. Ibe owner can
acribleg prop A' and pacing for
Enquire at o
f !NUE subecriber is prei
the citizens of Harrisburg,
LYKENS VALLEY AND
Coale, either by the car, boat lot
lowest market priced gring. Orde
and Market, will be punctually attl
Ban tsburg, eept. 80, 1862
A SMALL, but heavy bi
ti five years old, with one
stolen from • be stable of B( my
ship, Labanon county, on Sendai
The above rew .rd ba paid
hone or for the information that
ry , b
-42t* Won Forge P,
In the Name aud by the Authority
CIiMMONWEALIN OF PENNSYLVANIA,
ANDREW G. CURTIN,
Governor of the maid Commonwealth,
HEREAS, By the third section of
the act of the General Assembly of this
Commonwealth, passed the twenty-second day
of April, A. D., one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-eight, entitled "Ad Act to establish a
Sinking Fund for the 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
ficates representing the same to be cancelled,
and on such cancellation issue his Proclamation
stating the fact and the extinguishment, and
final nischarge of so much of the principal of
AND Waxame, 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 Fond to the
atuount 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 tile cancellation
of said issues.
NRW Youx, Oct. 1
AND WHYRIAB, 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 Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia, redeemed aad 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 &xty 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 $50,000 00
Five per cent. loan of the Com
monwealth . 211,178 74
Interest certificates redeemed..
Domestic creditors certificate..
Relief notes cancelled
Now Tnaassons, as required
section of the act of Assembly al
hereby issue this my Proclamati
the payment, cancellation, extingi
final discharge of Two Hundred
Thousand Ei9/7i . Modred and One !Mars,
seven Cents of the principal of the
Commonwealth, including one 1
hundred and eighty-eight dollars
issues, which have been =celled:
as authorised by the ninety-eight
the act of the nineteenth day of
one thousand eight hundred and f
Given under my hand and the grew
State, at Harrisburg, this eighth
tember, in the year of our Lord (
eight hundred and sizty•two,
Commonwealth the eighty-Nye!
BY nu GOVERIVON.
FOR A BUSINESS MAN.
THE canal grocery store and Rockville
House, •known as the Updegrove Look Property,
situated five miles above Harrisburg, fronting emit on
the P‘ nusylvsnia Canal and west on the - Susquebanea
river road, will be sO'd if marl fry mum
The grocery store, if not the very best stand on the
line of the canal; is only equaled by one other. A large
new barn and Webb ban recently been built, NO that each
boat team can be lacked up separately. Also plenty e
sheds, hay houses corn crib, two store homes for grain,
ice house, bay mikes, and indeed every convenlenee
that is necessary for carrying on the busmen. The
Place is within three hundred yards of the Rockville
depot ,on the Pennsylvania railroad, and Dauphin and
Schuylkill railroad also. Persons wishing to purchase,
please apply on the premises, to
aula-wtatiletlB62 W. P. HENRY.
RXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, a ohoioe lot
01 /Wm 1a 11Y Moor; W warranted by bbi., or
j wit reeetrod and for ado low by
NWHOLO & BOWYN,
coma Front and Market greets.
TU.general variety of goods for ad.
to be found at Reflex's, is onsarpaaseillin We GUY.
3 a91 WA* SIMS
Finvoiee of Lemons, Prunes, Pea
A:4We lea., for sale low by
140 WIWI& .3 BOWMA N,
11 Gob Neat sail Marini AMU.
&aviary of the Commonwealth
A RARE CEIANCE
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
Third Street, Below Market,
HOUSES CROWDED TO EXCESS
To witness the inimitable
~h1)~ Y Y I:U►Bll~9hit~[RlDl`dal~y~[~~N
SAM SHAR PI, EY;
Who will appear in his great
Banjo Nolo Acts, Songs, &c.
WE ARE CONING, UNCLE ANDY,
SAM IN A STEW.
Admission, 25 Cts. Gallery, 15 Cte.
Ordnevtra seats, 40 •• Private Boxes Seats, 50
cr Gent k two ladies $1 00 Entire Box $4 00
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Performances commenc?. at 7N
on the American Stage,
MISS KATE FRANCIS,
MISS LIZZIE FRANCIS, •
and MISS KATE ARCHER;
and the American Nightingales
MISS MOLLIE FIELDING,
and MISS JULIA. EDWARDS ; aleo
The Champion Bone Player of the World, and
WEBER'S SPLENDID ORCHESTRA.
To conclude every evening with the great
FEMALE SCENE OF MINSTRELSEY.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. C,:mutienoa at 7%
808 ED WARBS t BoIo Lware and Mniager-
UNCLE TO 4MY, • ing of tne Bucktails, Superintendent
/fir TOM PRO KFIRLD, the Great Ethlopean c ome
(ll6n of LLe My, will a:iroar on WedLesday
r SHE WEST CHESTER ACADEMY
AND MILITAY INSTITUTE, AT WEST
CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA, will commence
the winter term of live onender months on the ht of
November next. The. course of netruntion se thorough
and extensive, desinged slut arranged to prepare boys
sod young men for hudness or college. The principal,
who devotesall him time tr the interests of his schrot
and its pupils, is assisted by eight geetemen of ability
and experience. Tee German, French and lipani3ll
languages are taught by native resident teachers, an
advan'age which will be readily appreciated tuf the
patrons or the institution.
The Military Department is wider the charge .4 Major
G. Igekendorif, of Philidelphil, whore qualifications for
the position are extensively known. Its duties and
requiransenta do not, la any way interfere wit the
literxry departments, while enroim n. imong Ile cadet
corps is !eft options].
For catolouge &e., apply to
septl3-vreothm Ikl,l. F. WYE 8, A, SI., PrinelFal
HARRIS MANSION FOR SALE.
FrOIS handsome property recently occu
pled by the Pg`iiili , fLVANlA. FEIIALIt C iLLINE
is offered for sale. It is well suited eitnrr for a private
Reeldence or a 2Piardiroi being suppl ei *lds gal,
water, bath rooms, beater, ramga, ate. The grounds
contain valuable Fruit Trees and bbrubbery lee pla ce
will be sobi km and poseresteu given wiihin reasonable
time. For terms, &c., stilly
MRS. S. S. WAUGH, or
Da WM. H. RAE
b:zecutora of Ristkte of Rey K. R. Waugh, cler)d.
Andrew Foltz, Adudnistra- 1
tor of Susanna Foltz, de
32 August Tenn,
vs.lB62, l 7enditapi
Mary 801 l and Elijah S Bei J Exponiaa.
AUGUST 28, 1862, Court appoined
W. Simonton, i.eq , auditor to make uistr'butioa
NT:ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the
akers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTBU
KENT% FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, 'Violins, Accordeons, Flutes, •
Wes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
Suitable for lookinF gRA glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
A fine assortment of beet plated
Froth smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
r U to B aE*
Cider Vinegar, which
we warrant rant
ow by made oleW metder. et BO
W and or
$l 2 cerMw rree t sad WOW str eam.
In Dauphin Com
93 Market street