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PEOPLE'S UNION STATE TICKET.
THOMAS E. COCHRAN,
of York County.
WILLIAM S. ROBS,
of Lonnie County.
UNION_ COUNTY NOMINATIONS
JOHN J. PATTNMON, of :Juniata county
THOMAS G. FOX, offt"citi,
JAMES FREELAND," libute -
A. JACESON,HOR, of HaOstigg....
JACOB MILLEISEH, of Lower "Plabiio
'OH or POOR,
BAHLIV : PpELY;of Upper Swetara.
%Mgt LEER, of Ondsstown.
COVNIT StrltirliYol4 '-
THOMAS STROHM, of Ltr!g4ettown.
. CORONER, • 1 .
JESSE B liuMlifEL, of Hroxiinelek4n.
H IS P A
Thursday ittermiott,4lcloher 2,1862
TEE VALOR OF PENNSitiailliA, RAN-
LITTER PROM MAJ. OEN. If OLELLAN TO GOV. CORM
The following letter will explain itself. As
part of the history of the rebellion, it deserves
to be printed wherever there is a man who went
forth at the summons of Gov. Curtin to rally
on the border for the defence of the Common
wealth from i•ivasion. As an acknowledgment
from one of the commanding Major Generals of
the army, this letter will have a double effect
and influence. First, it will have the influence
of cheering those who engaged in the first up
rising to respond again, should danger once
more threaten this State ; and second, it will
have the effect of silencing those who have been
ridiculing the great energy of his Excellency,
and who are now striving to show that there
was no necessity for the demonstration which
is thus handsomely acknowledged :
HEADQUARTERS, ARMY OF THE POTOESO,
SHARPSBITED, Sept. 27th; 1562.
GOVERNOR beg to avail myself of almost
the first moment of leisure I have had since the
recent battles, to tender to you my thanks for
your wise and energetic action in calling out
the militia of Pennsylvania for its defence,
when threatened by a numerous and victorious
army of the enemy. Fortunately circumstances
rendered it impossible for the enemy to set foot
upon the soil of Pennsylvania, but the moral
support tendered to my army by dour action
was none the less mighty. In the name of
my army and for myself, I again tender to you
our acknowledgments for yoorpatriotic course ;
the manner in which the people of Penns)lva•
nia responded to your call and hastened to the
defence of their frontier, no doubt exercised a
great influence upon the enemy.
I am, very respectfully,
and sincerely yours
VrEO. B. McCIAIAN.
- • Maj. Gen. U. B. A.
His Excellency, A. G. Cram, Governor of
The letter of Major General McClellan con
firms the testimony of the Governor of Maryland,
conveyed in a General Order which we publish
ed yesterday, in which he so generously ac
knowledges the great services rendered by
Pennsylvania in assisting to repel a rebel Inva
sion of that State. But Gen. McClellan is mis
taken in his idea of the rebels not having pol
luted the soil of Pennsylvania, as their pickets
extended several miles into our territory. This
fact, we believe, was freely ledinitted at the
time, but we suppose that iedid not, necur to
General McClellan wherilie wrote the note to
Governor Curtin. '
In connection with this letter of Gen. Mc-
Clellan, it la only just that the following letter
from the. Governor of Pennsylvania to Brig.
General John E. Reynolds,-shordd also be laid
befomtne public. This letter is an acknowl
edi*eiti,:pit the service rendered by that offi
cer,ma 44 a portion of the record of the great
of,the people cif lb's state, as well as
for its tOrnOisSlin regard te_tbe services of
General Reynolds, we: take - great pleasure in
laying it *far the public : ' '
Pxgreinvitas. Rxicoxtvx Caureas,
Bivisborg Pa Sept 26' i 662,
Gomm, t- r -Raving relieved you firma duty
as commander of the . Pennsylvania Volmiteer
Militia recently called 'for the 'defence of the
State, I deem it proper to expressn i .strong
sense of the gratitude which Pennsylvaniaowes
for the seal, spirit and ability which you brought
to her service at a period when her honor and
safety were threatened. That for her security
you left the command of your brave Division,
the Pennsylvania Reserves, thus losing.the:.op
portunity of leading this gallant corps at South
Mountain and the Antietam, is a just demon
stration of the true affection you bear for your
native State, which, be assured, her freemen
reciprocate, and for which in their behalf I am
happy to m ake: you this acknowledgment.
I have the honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
Brigadier General John E. Reynolds, 'United
EDWARD G. WEBB.
The ()ruination of this gentleman, as a can
didate or Congress in the First District, we
earcestl hope will result in his triumphant
election. is qualities all fit him for the, Posi
tion. His integrity is such as no man can
question, while his ability is spread over a long
Ir We, every hour whirkhas been ludo trious
r„ ly devoted to the g otion of some enterprise
=k of public good. lf he cannot carry the first
district, no other man can, and if he cannot
defeat Sam Baudall, it will be useless hereafter
foraitrue man to contest an election before the
peopkOf that district.
WHAT THE SYMPATHISERS WANT
The men who are now opposing the state and I
national administrations are contending for the
success of two great objects. First, they want
power in the legislature of the State,
and the Congress of the nation. If they can
get a majority in the legislature of men like
Heck or Roumfort, they hope to be able to con
trol the administration of Gov. Curtin, and dic
tate such a policy to him, as would at once
make the dough-faces master of all the po-
Utical positions in the state. Once thus in I
power, they would either repudiate or so ar
range the different loans of the commonwealth,
as• would bring ruin and bankruptcy to every
creditor of the state. They would reduce the
rate of interest by imposing taxation on such
debts, and then force the creditor to wait for
his just dues, until it pleased these demagogues
to make the payment. Added to these
outrages, they would assist in the accu
mulation of such special legislation as
would enable individuals to control the whole
business of the commonwealth, by making labor
dependant on capital and thus bringing the
laborer and mechanic to the level of the slave.
Do the free white men of Pennsylvania desire
such an organization by the legislative branch
of the state government ? We shall see.
TA«? 'Other great object of the opponents of
the national and state administrations, is to get
possession of the majorities in Congress. If
they secure the, Legislature of the state, they
would of course, elect a demagogue of the
Hughes or Bigler ilk to the United States
Senate. Add to this, what they are lying and
plotting and"swearing to accomplish, namely,
elect a majority of their own demagogues to the
national House of Representatives. And then
what would follow ? The spectacle, even in
imagination, is,ton'gloomy to contemplate.
The Southern Confederacy would be recog
nized in thirty days after the organization of
such a Congress.
As one of the stipulations of peace, whipping
posts and slave marts would be established in
every city in the now loyal states.
= The knout would become as familiar to our
people as is now the knowledge of their free
dom and superiority. ►
Labor, from being a dignified and honorable
calling, would be made as servile and as abject
The remuueration of labor, the ten cent system
of the traitor Buchanan, would become the
standard of payment for daily toil.
From the disfranchisement of the soldier, we
would descend to the disfranchisement of all
who did not possess a property qualification.
The debts of the rebellion would be added to
the other burdens of the people. The accumu
lation of injustice in this manner would go on
increasing, until the weight of the national
debt would inked crush the energies of the
people, and leave the masses of every state no
other prospect than a life of toil to maintain
the government and support themselves.
Do the people desire to realize all this ? We
CANDID Tarratozy.—The Pittsburg Dispatch
of the let instant says that we have, at the
present time, in the State of Pennsylvania, two
glaring instances of the fact that a certaiu class
of politicians are ready at any time to sacrifice
the dearest interests of the country for the ad
vancement of personal purposes, or the tempo
rary success of their party. Two perfidious
sheets, the Evening Journal of Philadelphia, and
the Patriot and Union of Harrisburg, have been
engaged for several months, in a persistent
effort to destroy confidence in the administra
tion, by the circulation of most monstrous false
hoods and absurd allegations relative to the
National tax. The former paper is the recog
nized organ of the Hughes Democracy, and may
therefore be taken as an exponent of the senti
ments of the leaders of that wing of the party ;
while the Harrisburg paper, failing in a despe
rate effort to secure the honors of martyrdom,
consequent upon the arrest of the editors for
attempting to originate a celtic-negro riot, has
fallen humbly in the track of its Philadelphia
leader, faithfully re-echoing its most treasona
ble assaults on the Government. The favorite
allegation against the President by these vile
pests is, that personal liberty and the right to
express individual opinions, have been destroy
ed, a lie of wild& the daily issue of two such
sheets is an abundant proof. The Patriot and
Union is now engaged in an attempt to origi
nate an organized resistance to the collection of
the Nitional tai, by appeals to liquor dealers
and others of the most inflammatory character.
The proprietors swore themselves out of -the
grasp of the Government a short time since—
they may•not be so successful on another occa
sion. The 14:issue of the paper contains col
um after column of assault against the Govern
ment,-and.-not one word against the rebellion.
Tn party (meaning the Republican party)
that, by scornfully rejecting the Crittenden com
prourise, brought this war, this drafting, and
this hea vy taxation upon the country &c.—Pa•
aist and Union of yesterday.
The above precious morsel is abstracted from
an article in the mendacious "Tory Organ"
headed "Obedience to the Laws," and is deci
dedly rich, emanating, as it doe; from the in
veteratesupperters of such unmitigated Taal-
Ton and political sconaname as Breckenridge,
Floyd, Thompson, " Slidell, Yancy and other
" southern brethren" against whose coercion
the tory , sheet cried out so lustily. Liars should
have good memories, it is said, and good vision
would do no harm to the conductors of Frank
Hughes organ. To disprove the charge, we
need not refer to the testimony of such patriots
as Andy Johnson, Holt, Dickerson and a host
of other honest democrats ; but the tory sheet
itself on the same page containing the slander,
clearly contradicts and disapproves it.
It has a standing article at the head of its
columns for the last six months, headed "The
National Platform," prefaced as follows.
"Congress by a vote nearly unanimous pass
ed the following resolution which expresses the
voice of the nation and is the true standard of
"That the I.resent deplorable civil war has
been forced upon the country by the DISUNION
ISTa OF ma Salaams STATES, now in arms
against the ConstitutionalSrovernment," &c.
Who lies, the nation, or the unprincipled
sheet that seeks to load the crimes of its own
wicked partisans upon innocent shoulders f
penneiguctitio glatin etlegraph. elpirstiap lfternoon, (October 2, 1862
FRANK HUGIIEST TREASON UNVEILED.
On Tuesday afternoon we printed, from the
Miner', Awned, of the 27th ult., a startling re
cord. It was clearly shown in that record, over
the signature of one of the ablest members of
the bar in Schuylkill county, that Frank
Hughes, chairman of the Breckenridge State
Central Committee, was tainted with a seces
sion feeling and professed a traitor sympathy,
at once insulting to loyal men and dangerous
to loyal communities. This exposure was sus=-
tained by the testimony of two of the most .
spectable and loyal men in that region, David
Lomison, whose reputation for veracity and in ,
tegrity no one will challenge, and Jerome IV,
Boyer, a Douglas Democrat, now a candidate
for the Legislature on the Union ticket in
Schuylkill county. Nevertheless, the revela
tions were so shocking to the.loyal heart of our
noble State, that many people were loth to be
lieve it. The first of the charges were that
Hughes was heard to say : "I am a delegate
to the Democratic State Convention at Harris
burg, and I am going over to attend the Con
vention, and when there, I intend offering a
resolution before that Convention, that Penn
sylvania secede from the Union, and join herself
with the south, and leave Rhode Island, and
Connecticut, and Massachusetts, and them d—d
little petty states, to subsist on their codfish and
Plymouth rock." And ; that he did offer such
a resolution in committee, General James, of
Warren, a member of the committee, supporting
the allegation, declaring that " Mr. Hughes
came to melehe committee room and asked
me to suppb7Whila—d treasonable resolution I
After I had read it I goes° d—d mad that I
' shook my fiat and swore that if he attempted to
er that rptifution, either. in committee or
ovention, that I would _ pitch hire and his
resolution headforemost out of the window."
We now ask attention to the resolution since
openly avowed by Francis W. Hughes himself,
under his own name, as having been prepared
by him to be offered at the Democratic State
.Convention referred to. It will be perceived
that it argues in favor of the : secession of Penn
sylvania from the Union, and her addition to
the dominion of Rebeldom under the auspices
of Jeff. Davis. Yet this is 'the author of the
address of the Democratic State Committee
which we have been asked to believe loyal and
patriotic. It is published; in sweats from the
office of the Democratic Standard, at Pottsville,
on Monday morning, September 29th, 1862 :
"Reaolved, That Pennsylvania owes her
growth in population, and the increase of capi
tal and wealth of her citizens, chiefly to the
advantagai which the American Union had at
, forded for the development of her natural re
sources ; and that her glory and paramount in
terests are identified with the continuance of
I that Union.
"Should, however, causes hitherto resisted
by the Democracy of the country rend noun-.
der the bonds that bind together these Stites,
and should the fifteen slaveholdibg States,
claiming to be drivoi by the necessity of mu
tual protection against the effect of such causes,
successfully establish another confederacy, then
Pennsylvania must regard ber relation to the
facts which circumstances beyond our control
"She cannot then refuse to perceive that she
must either take her place in some northern
fragment of a once glorious Union, and rest
content to be shorn of the greater part of her
manufacturing industry, and of her export and
import trade—to hold a secondary and help
less relation to the northeastern States, with no
outlet or approach from the ocean for her great
eastern or her great western metropolis, except
through the waters and before the forts and
guns of a foreign nation, and thus practically
(for the want of ability to protect) be made to
yield up all reliable direct foreign trade.
"Or she may, it a member of the new con
federacy, become the great manufacturing
workshop for a people now consuming annual
ly $300,000,000 worth of products and menu
factui es from and imported through the north
ern States ; her cities become the great com
mercial depots and distributing points for this
confederacy, and her wealth, population, and
glory be promoted in a degree unparalleled in
the history and prosperity of any people !
"That it will he the , right and duty of her
citizens to consult their own best interests in a
position so momentous, and decide between
the lawful alternatives. And that in stating
the truths here announced, we have no desire
to conceal that our object is to present to. the
people of other States the position they may
severally occupy if the coercion disunionists in
their midst succeed in defeating an equitable
compromise of existing difficulties! "
(Signed) FRANCIS W. HUGHES.
This man Hughes is at the head of the fac
tion in this State who are seeking to bind hon
est Democrats hand and foot, and hand them
over to the worshippers of the Ebony Idol, who
began this war against the Union, and of whom
Henry Clay, in a letter written July 1, 1844,
said, "from developments sow (then) nmro
urns in South Carolina, it is perfectly manifest
that a party exhita in that State seeking a dissolu
tion of the Union." L it not plain that the trai
tor Hughes still loves that party and his native
State, where, it was first organized, before and
above either the Union or the principles of
Democracy as taught by Jefferson and practi
se:l by Jackson? And yet, neither be nor hie
organ in this city has a word to say in condem
nation of that party, the real authors 6f the
war, whose existence and aims were seen and
prophetically stated by the patriotic Clay twen
ty years ago. Will the honest Democrats of
Lancaster county allow themselves to be dis
graced forever by following the lead of such
contemptible traitors as Hughes and his co
workers? If so, our faith in the political integ
rity of man has been mosthopelessly misplaced.
Loss oi TM F zonveme. Ramis ix ma
Len Bemss.—The Pennsylvania Reserves,
commanded by Brigadier General Meade, were
less than five thousand strong when they left
Washington for Maryland. The following is a
statement of their losses, in the late battles of
South Mountain and Antietam :
Killed Woueekd &al
First Regiment 15 67 72
Second Regiment 9 82 41
Third Regiment 11 82 48
Fourth Regiment 2 26 27
Fifth Regiment 1 10 11
Sixth Regiment 26 105 181
Seventh Regiment 19 69 83
Eighth Regiment 26 84 109
Nick' h Regiment 25 99 124
Tenth Regiment ... 4 28 82
Eleventh Regiment 19 44 66
Twelfth Regiment 19 67 76
A PEN AND INK portrait was never more
graphically executed, than the following, from
one of the correspondents of the New York Her
ald. It is one of a number taken of the Loyal
Governors, while they were in session in Wash
ington city. Our ftiends in this city, and of
course the friends of his Excellency, will at
once perceive and acknowledge the points in
Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylva
nia, is nearly six feet in stature, tolerably well
proportioned, very easy and somewhat careless
in his manner, every- motion denoting energy,
and yet, at the same time, one who would like
to take the world easy. He has a fall, sheet
face for a man of his height and a playful ex
pression about his eyes and mouth that would
indicate that he delighted in telling anecdotes
and humorous stories., His face is smoothly
shaven ; he wore a slouch hat most of the time,
well pulled down over his forehead, and walk
ed with his head inclined forward, with his
' hands in his pockets. He is easy and familiar
and free in his manner, and bears the marks
of superior intelligence, with the eye of a good
stump speaker and a crafty and adroit politi
cian, orratiter ot:one possessing tact, in what
ever departtnent of life he might be placed.
To wow how fully the Germans are entering
into the spirit of this war, the Boston Post says
they are' Coming from Europe to join the army
of the Maori. Searcely a vessel arrives at New
York from Hamburg or Bremen without recruits
for Sigel from the "radicals" of Germany, who
sympathize with him in his exile, and who pro
poseto fight with him for liberty in Ametica.
Though none of these men so far arrived are
wealthy, many of them have utterly refused to
accept of a bounty for enlistruel3t, and suggest
that the money be given to. those who fight for
pay, or to the families of volunteers.
A . l?
Col. W. R. Raasieff, for several years past the
este9med minister of Denmark to the United
States, left Washington yesterday for his own
country and China, having been commissioned
by his Government to negotiate a treaty of
commerce with the Celestial empire.
Col. Farnsworth of the Bth Illinois cavalry
has received information that he was yesterday
renominated for Congress by the Republican
Union Convention in the Second Illinois Con
gressional Di tdict on the'first ballot.
From the Army of the Potomac
A Reconnoissance to Martinsburg
lINADQUAILIZBSI t Assry or ram Poroxec,
Wednesday evening, October 1.
General Pleasanton crossed the Potomac this
morning at Shepherdatown, with a force of cav
alry and artillery, for the purpose of making a
reconnoissance in the enemy's rear, informa
tion having been received that the rebel army
had fallen backfrom the line of the river. We
came up with them near Shepherdstown, and
drove them to Martinsburg, troni which place
they were soon shelled out by the artillery. We
had two men wounded in the affair, while the
rebels had one man killed and two wounded.
A rebel lieutenant and two men were taken
prisoners. A number of wounded were cap
tured and paroled.
Very few rebel troops are believed to be at
Winchester, the greater portion of them being
encamped between that place and Martinsburg.
The work of reconstructing the railroad bridge
at Harper's Ferry is rapidly progressing. It
will be completed by to-morrow.
Generals McClellan and Marcy, and staff, paid
a visit to Harper's Ferry, Bolivar, and Sandy
Sixty thousand dollars goes forward in to
morrow'sateamer for the national sanitary com
mitts—this being an additional contribution
from San Francisco alone. This sum will be
materially increased by city subscriptions, and
the balance of the state had commenced earn
estly to swell the amount.
Flour is held very firmly, and 2,000 bbls.
disposod of at $5016 25 for superfine, $5 75 for
extras, $6 260t6 60 for extra family ; the re
ceipts and stocks are light ; no change in rye
flour and corn meal ; there is a good demand
for wheat, 8,000 bus. sold at $1 290133 and
white at Si 46 up to 9.1. 60, the latter for Ken
tucky; sales of old rye at 72c and new at 65c;
corn is in good demand and 8,000 bushels yel
low sold at 70c, white at 71c, mixed western
68c; oats are firm at 40®41c for new southern,
42c f r Penna.; in provisions there is a firm
feeling ; small sales of clover seed at 55®6 12
and timothy at s2@2 25; 500 bbls. Ohio whis
ky sold at 84.
Naw Yosx, Oct. 2.—Flour quiet and un
changed. Sales of 10,000 bbh3. Wheat decli
ned. Sales of 89,000 bus. at 110M118 for Chi
cago Spring, 1.15%1.20 for Milwaukie club, and
1.27®1.80 for red. Corn declining. 60,000
sold at 58®60 for mixed. Pork firm. Lard
firm. Wniskey sold at 33(034. Receipts of
Hour, 13,966 bbls. ; wheat, 170,756 bus. ; corn
Bar:mimosa, Oct. 2.
Flour quiet. Wheat steady ; white $1 60
@EI 65 ; $1 42(41 46 for red. Corn dull ;
white 72c®78 ; yellow 71c®72. Whisky
steady at 860. Coffee very firm. Provisions
dull. Mess Pork $l2 60.
TEE o ffi ce for recruits for this organisation
has been re-opened at the old place, Col
der's Stage Office, Market Square. Any persons
of good character who may desre to enlist, or
obtain information as to the duties of the Troop,
will please call on or address
WILL. C. SELLER,
NOTICE TO VOLUNTEERS.
AN office to r e cruit for MAJ. ROBERTS'
BATALL'ON of HEAVY ARTILLERY has been
opene d on Third etreet, near Market, Harrisburg. As
this 11 , the only one authorized to recruit for FORT MON
ROE, those desiring to enlist will do well to apply at
ones to G.EO. R. BOWEN,
octldlw Recruiting Officer, Battery C.
RETURNI D FROM THE OLD CAP
TORN Wit SON, who was arrested here
& boa ac•wie a ag., and sent to the Capitol Prison.
a-nusel of having uttered treisonabte language, btu- Was
dim barged at the Eat hearing—no satisfactory evidence
b m inibenn found &giblet hint.
Any Baker wanting a true and faithful band may ap
ply at 808 DIGKIPd BAIL9Y, date street, Rani&
blirg JOHN WUSON.
.176 642 817
We.sunicrrox, Oct. 2
Sex Faaircisao, Cal., Sept. 30
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Part.mnuct&, Oct. 2
THERE is no branch of the service which of
fere so many inducements to the volunteers,
as that of heavy artillery for sea coast fortifica
Being in all cases placed under the command
of regular and competent army officers, the in
struction and drill are of themselves no light con -
Bid erations, added to which is the care and pro
vision made for the comfort of the men. Good
weather-proof quarters, well cooked and plen
tifully provided food, clothing well ordered
and provided, every carepossible taken to retain
the health and comfort of the men, and they
are freed from the anxieties and privations in
separable from all service of undrilled, undisci
plined corps. They soon become warmly at
tached to their positions, and when exposed to
service, go out with the confidence and courage
of men who fully understand their business,
and mean to do it. Fortress Monroe has for a
long time been a school for artillery, and since
the breaking out of this rebellion, has been a
point of peculiar interest to the whole country;
and from Its very prominent position, affords
every advantage of seeing and knowing all that
may interest and instruct. The War Depart
ment and Gorvernt r Curtin have anthe issed Ma
jor Roberts, of the regular army, and late of
Fortress Monroe, to recruit a battalion of heavy
artillery for tha t ? post for three years or the
war ; and it is designed to make the same a
complete school for the soldier—fitting men at
the expiration of their enlistment to take any
position in either or any branch of the service.
None but able bodied, sober men need apply.
Men ambitions and desiring to raise themselves
to positions of honor, will find this the finest
chance yet offered. An office for Battery 0
has been opened on Third street, near Market,
in Harrisburg, by GEO. K. BOWEN,-
Late of the 17th Ilegt. P. V.
Men will in all cases be received on aoi3onnt
of the quotas of the counties they enlist , from..
MRS. HEGMAN respectfully infernos
the public that be b now ready to reoetve
scholars on the Plano and Melodeon, either at her rest,:
dente or that of ber pupils. Applicants pleaseaddrrin
at either of the music stores
HEGMAN will give private lesions in the Frio4l;'
German and Latin languages. octl. Por,
A GOOD COOL , .111(1 a GIRL to do gene
rs ral housework. Ap-ly at the SZCOND WARD
HOUSE, the old seven Slar Hotel. Good waves will be
AA TWO STORY frame House, situated
in Short Arent Enquire of
re3o-dtf WII. S. VERBEICE.
MARKET STREET AND MARKET SQUARE,
JOSEPH F. MCCLELLAN, Proprietor;
recently conduoted by veils Coverly. This is a
Wet Class Hotel. and located in the central part of the
city. It is kept in the best manner, and its patrons will
find every accommolation to be met with in the best
bouve in the country. seBo-dtt
ON the railroad, some cartridges for
awkeis. The owner can have them by de
scribing prop rtv and wing for this advertisement.
Enquire at the
se3o-2t EAGLE WORM.
COAL ! COAL I. COAL
, I •HE subscriber is prepared to deliver to
the citizens of Bari isburg, pure
LUKENS VALLEY AND WILKESBARRE
Coals, either by the car, boat load, cr single ton, at the
lowest market prices going. Orders left ,11 , my °Wim p 4th
and Market, will be punctually attended re.
11 &PIO IeicCORMICS
Harrisburg, Sept. 80,1862. re36-d6w
SKALL, but heavy bodied Bay Horse,
five years old, with one hind foot white, wee
stolen from •be stable or Henry Ittinget, in Unim Town.
ship, Lebanon °purity, on Sunday night, September 29th.
The above reward will be paid for the rztuni of the
horse or for the information that will lead to his rroove
ry by HENRY MINOS;
se3o-ato Union Forge P. 0 , Lebanon county.
CAVALY RECRUITS WANTED.
HE undersigned having been author—
[ iced 'S., raise • company of calyalry in seeordsnep
with therenent requisition of the War. repartasent, is
desirous of obtaining
ABLE BODIED INTELLIGENT YOUNG MEN
who hive had experience as horsemen with a view of
Mitt% up said company immedintsly. Voxng men or
banpnin county who would rather vo'unteer than to be
drafted sho - tid remember that this da the time to mate
a tree will offering of their services to their conutry.
By so doing they will receive a bounty of sfte from the
county; *26 from the Government, $l3, being the one
month's ray in advance and a premium of $4 ; and at
the end of the War, will receives bounty of 316.
JAMatt GOWAN, Captain.
(Mice in Third Street a few doors above Market street,
Harrisburg. septil did
PPOINTHENTS 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
tants, viz :
No. 1. Dauphin county—Benjamin F. Len
dig, Middletown P. 0.
No. 2. Dauphin county—William H. Daslow,
HarrisbUrg, P. 0.
No. 3. Northumberland county—Jacob Seas
bolts, Sunbury P. 0.
No. 4. Thomas S. Mackey, Wilton P. 0.
No. 5. Snyder county—John Bilger, Mid.
diebnrg P. 0.
No. 6. Union county—Charles Schreiner,
idifflinburg P. O.
No. 7. Juniata county—E. C. Stewart, Mif
flin P. 0.
MIDDLtTOWN, Sept. 23, 1862.
A RARE CHANCE
FOR A. BUSINESS MAN,
T'HE canal grocery store and Rockville
House,•kaown es the Updegrove Leek Property,
situated five miles above Harrisburg, fronting east on
the Pi nneylvania Canal and west on ihe linEquelinnaa
river road, will be sold if *Plan' f r Boaz.
The grocery store, Ii not the very best stand on the
ripe or the canal; 5 only equaled by one other. A large
sew barn and stable his recently been built, Kr that each
boat team can be locked up separately. Also plenty of
sheds, hay house;, corn crib, two store houses for grain,
ice house, bay wales, and indeed every convenience
that 1. , necessary for carrying on the business. The
Vi-e 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
anlB-artiaolstlS6B P. HENRY.
INIXTitA FAMILY FLOUR, a choice lot
01 Extra Family Flour, all warranted by bbl., or
raunlyi net received and for sale low by
NICHOLS dr BOWMN,
je3o Corner r rent and Market Aroma,
THE general variety of goods for ad •
to be found at Maher% IS alliarpussedlin this city.
jeB 91 Market street,
FRESH invoice of Lemons, Prunes, Pea
Nuts U., for solo low by
NICHOLS a BOWMAN,
COL Front and Barad streets
RAB GlDElR.—Uonstantly on hand's
ILd 7rry 11111411301 meads Oka' CUM
WA - DOM, Is. At 00.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
Third Street, Below Market,
HOUSES OROWDED TO EXCESS
To witness the inimitable
CONTINUED ENGAGEMENT OF
SAM' H A R
Who will appear in his great
Banjo Solo Acts, Songs, &c.
WE ARE COMING, UNCLE ANDY,
SCENES FROM THE DRAMA,
by RANFORD do SHARPLEY.
To conclude with
Sanford. I Grimes, Haven
ads:Anton, 25 Ms. Gallery, 15 Cta
Orchestra Beats, 40 ,4 Private Foxes Seats, 50 "
Cr Gent & twoladies .$1 00 Ratan Box $4 00
Doors open at,l,o . , olocic; Pnrfonneoces commence at 71‘
Walnut !neat, below State CniiikaiHotel.
Best Regulated and . Cheeps3t,Plaee,ot Amuse
ment in the World. Never
0 0 NpE NT R AT Spo,,,
each a blight array :of
FIRST CLAIS ARTISTS,
in any Establiehinent, of the irind, either in
- EUROPE OR AMERICA.
Determined.to -keep up, the exackx.RElPll
pqrA9N already acquired fo
weiteel"i4Pii*iftilitotincing for this
week, commencing tgePteinber 29th, the
Greatest Living Gymnast In the Country,
In connection with the
BEST DANS EUSES
on the American Stage,
MISS KATE FRANCIS.
MISS JAIME, 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
FEMALE 8008 OF MINSTBELSEY.
Doors even at 7 o'clock. Commence at 734.
808 EDWARBg,BoIe Lessee sad Manager.
UNCLE TO •IMT, Mg of tae Bocktails, Bapertatendent.
sir TOM 8110 . 4CFEELD, the Great Ethiopean Come
dian of the day, will appmr on Wednesday night.
NOTICE TO VOLUNTEERS.
S EA COAST ARTILLERY.
NNAJOR JOSEPH R.OBERTS, of the 4th
111. Regiment U. B. Artillery, who has been
commanding officer of Fort Monroe, Va., during
the last eleven mouths, has received authority
from the secretary of War and Gov. Curtin to
raise in Pennsylvania an Independent Battailion
of Sea Coast Artillery for service at Fort Mon
roe, for three years or during 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, 11. S. A., Philadelphia.
REMIINOI2.-A. L. Russell Adjutant General
of Pennsylvania ; Captain Dodge, Superintend
ent Recruiting Service, Harrisburg, Pa.
Muringez's Patent Beef Tea
ASOLID Concentrated Extract of Beef
and Vegetables, convertible immediately into a
naarbihing and delicious Soup or Beef Tea.
Highly approved by a numoer of oar Physioians who
use it in Onr hospitals for the sustenance for onr
Drazorzess son ass.—Cut up one•fltth part of fk
Cake of the exteset, poor on boiling water, about
pint, more or less, according to the strength desired In
a few minutes it will be entirely dissolved.
This admirable article 'nucleuses into a compact
form, al/ the substantial and nutritive properties of a
large bulk of meat and vegetables. The raseina3s witt,
which it dissolves Into a rich and palatable soap or tea,
which would require boors of prepatadon, sec rdlog
to the usual method, is an advantage is many situatints
of Me M obvious to need urging.
]for ode by Wit. DOCK. Jr., & Co
HARRISBURG COAL OIL DEPOT .
FOR the safety of amusement, we have
egabliabed a Coll,oll Depot at the corner of Frog
and Market etiesta .ill'hai ally ire Mated and we posi•
lively sell none'except tomb ae,PFore to toe non-excioetre,
clear and free from odor as. far as practlable. WO offer
at oresoot, the kabrattsjosdy celebrated :brands. Mar
ne.* Robinson, Nabriona and Loct'er, : lower thaw can be
puMasei elsewhere - in thin place, either wholesale or
retail. Mao atteaalve amwrinent.ol , .:Lsuips, caio, -
earl slims% alsea Deana, Mo rhea!, tfra will also
change fluid or malamute limps, eo to he tHild for
coeval: ' Caltand
Corner'of .IfrOwnird Market street.
T RE .... °rP prAn hi"ig todtb ' e C4k iner 4 ribeir ' 6olla Daup r h
t i o n d c i . s ri t u rin n u t te y
the balance in the lands alb* edrainietrator of the
estate of George! irnaithgar; Istria lyrens township, in
add cotenty;dee'd, Ott tditnal settlement of raid Miele
among the heirs at Isar, 0' sad aemaaed ; and the
auditor has appointed Wednesday, the first day of
October nest, at his alike to Harrisburg, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, fbr the parfaits of making
said distribution, ',hen and where ell persons Interested
are requested to attend.
THE subscriber offers at private sale his
FAltti, situated on the public road leastrkgrrrai
Harrisburg to Liapiestown, about one mite from the
latter place. The Improvements area large
TWO STORY WEATHER BOARDED HOUSE,
Large MINI BARN, with all necessary on t-build Ingo, a
Good Young Orcba•d, with first rate raining water near
the buildings. The lam is well fenced and In a high
state of cultivation. Terms reasonable.
Persons wanting !reformation, can call on David
Mumma, Jr., Harrisburg se22.Btd3w
THE subscriber offers for sale on reason
able terms, two very flee Deflaere" Cons,
one two, end the other three, years old next sorter.
ee29-dtr GEORGE W. PORTER.
3.OOOBUSHELS prime Yellow Corn
600 bushels barley salt, first quality.
200 bushels rye.
60 barrels obisky, first quality.
Enquire or ItIeEtARD WE/ELAND,
te29-der Washington Avenue, Harrisburg.
649 00 112 1 112 Zarau ra
Pri :Al i dL ar
Or by WM. DOCK JR., k 00.
JOHN ROBERTS. Auditor