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HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 10, 1862
FRIENDS OF THE SOLDIER, READ!
FATHERS, YOU THAT HAVE SONS IN THE
ARMY, READ! READ!
BROTHERS, YOU THAT HAVE BROTHERS FIGHTING
FOR YOUR COUNTRY, READ I READ 1 READ 1
At a period when the hot shot and bombs were falling thick and
fast around the gallant band who were defending their country's
honor in Fort Sumter, Gov. Curtin had sent into the Legislature
of the State, then in session, a message suggesting the better or
ganization of the militia, and asking for an appropriation of five
hundred thousand d,ollare to place the state on a war footing. When
the bill proposing to make this appropriation came before the
Legislature, Dr. Heck voted against it, and thus practically de
clared his disregard of all that aimed at the defence of our homes and
the preservation of our liberties.
The bill as it passed, can be found in the last year's volume of
the laws of the state, page 229—and the proceedings attending its
passage in the House, in the Journal of 1861, page 957. We ex
tract the yeas , and nays as they appear substantially on the Journal
of the House ;
You—Messrs. Abbott, Acker, Alexander, Anderson, Armstrong, Ashoorn, Austin, Ball,
Barnsley, Bartholomew, Bisel, Biller, Blair, Blanchard, Bliss, Boyer, Bressler, Brewster, Burns,
Butler, (Crawford,) Byrne, Clark, Cowan, Craig, Douglass, Duncan, Ellenberger, Elliott, Frazier,
Gibboney, Goehriug, Gordon, Graham, Rapper, Harvey, Hayes, Hillman, Hood, Hobs, Huhn,
Irvin, Koch, Lawrence, Leisenring, Lowther, M'Oonigal, Marshall, Moore, Mullin, Ober,
Osterhout, Patterson, Piero:), Preston, Pughe, Belly, Ridgway, Robinson, Boller, Seltzer, Shafer,
Sheppard, Smith, (Berko,) Smith, (Philadelphia,) Stehman, Strang, Taylor, Teller, Thomas,
Tracy, Walker, White, Wildey, Williams, Wilson and Davis, ,Speaks--76.
Nave—Messrs. Brodhead, Butler, (Carbon) Caldwell, Cope, Dhimant, Divine, Donley, Duf
field, Dunlap, Glaskill,
DEt.aL..T!EC C. it
,I t—Trgu- 'sactat - sti; • ' and
Freemen of Dauphin county ! Soldiers! who marched at the first
call of danger to the defence of the capital of your country, and
who still rest upon your arms night and day around the limits
of that capital, are you ready to vote for a man who so lightly es
timated the honor of your country and the lives of its defenders ? Dr.
Heck is one of the old Breckenridge Democrats who , sympathized
and still sympathize with and confide in the course of the traitor
Breckenridge, and showed his attachment for those who are at the
head of this rebellion by refnsing to make an appropriation to arm
the great state of Pennsylvania to aid their overthrow and its
suppression. This man is again before you, and again solicits
your vote that he may again disgrace the halls of legislation with
his presence and his conduct. He desires to be returned that he
may aid in embarrassing the future efforts of our noble old com
monwealth. in assisting to redeem the land from rebellion by enforc
ing the laws and vindicating the federal authority. No patriot, no
brave, loyal lover of his country can vote for' Dr. Heck.
Freemen, remember that this is the record of Dr. Heck whilst he was in the Le
gislature. Let us now examine his action at a later period.
On the 7th day of August, 1862, the Democratic County Convention met at the
Court House, in this city, for the purpose of nominating a ticket. Dr. LEWIS
HECK was a delegate to that Convention, and assisted in nominating himself,as . a
candidate for the Legislature. We copy the following from the Peariot and Dni.dn
of August 8, 1862, viz :
" Dr. HECK moved that the resolutions passed by the Democratic State Conven
tion on the 4th of July be adopted by this Convention. •
"The reading of the resolutions was called for, and after reading of which they
were adopted, amid applause."
The resolutions and nominations of that Convention have thus been fairly and
openly approved by Dr. HECK, and we give him all due credit for his action in
having them adopted. He stands therefore squarely up to the platform which the
friends of the traitor John C. Breckenridge advocated - in this State.
- The candidates nominated by that convention are also the avowed enemies of the
country. Isaac Sleeker and James P. Barr, for Auditor and Surveyor General, are
both on the record as the abettors of rebellion. Sleeker seconded the efforts of
Buchanan to steal or purchase Cuba—end he was also in favor and would now es
tablish, if he had the power, the slave trade in every port of the Union. Barr is
known to have so far defended treason as to have inouired the wrath and run the dan-
ger of a halter at Pittsburg.
Sul& is the record and such the company in which we find Dr. Reek
First, We find him voting against arming the State
Second, We disoover him in a Convention called to endone the prooeedinge of
those who openly oppose the National Government.
17vird, He refused to vote money to pay those who were willing to defend the
honor and glory of the Commonwealth. .
L mach a man fit to occupy aleatia the Lestdature ?
Itiotap c b.
, NO 36.
From oar Morning Edition
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER PERSIA
Reception at the News of General
The English Press on the Invasion of
NEW YORK, Oct. 9.
The royal mail steamship Persia, from Liv
erpool on the 27th, via Queenstown on, the
28th, has arrived.
The steamship Asia, from New York, arrived
at Liverpool on the 27th.
The news of Gen. M'Olellan's victory at An
tietam had reached Liverpool, and attracted
Some of the English journals were rather
dubious in their remarks upon the battle, While
others accord great credit to Gen. M'Clellan
for the military skill which he displayed in
its management. Consols closed on Saturday
at 931@,93-1. for money.
LIVERPOOL, Sept. 27.—The weekly cotton
market was received per the steamer Jura.
l3anari6rurrs.—The various circulars report
flour quiet but steady ; wheat quiet ; corn film,
and mixed at 29a. f1d@,29.3. 6d.
Among the passengers by the Persia, is Hon.
Tonsend Harris, U. S. Minister to Japan.
The Army and Navy Gazdte says the Confede
rate invasion of Maryland is a failure, if the
latest telegrams prove true. Pope's army it
seems was badly beaten, but not placed hors
In the second struggle on the plains of Ma
nassas M'Clellan has shown a decided Sash of
soldier-like spirit in marching resoluely upon
the lines of retreat open to the Confederates.
The London Times insinuates that General
lif.'Clellan's reports may have been cooked at
Washington. Other announcements of decided
successes have ultimately proved incorrect, and
Europe has been driven into incredulity or a
restoration of its belief. At any rate, it argues
victories in the field, without a change of poll
cy in the cabinet, will be very barren successes.
The Morning Post, writing in ignorance of
Gen, McClellan's victorrisaya : "The Confede•
rates in turning the invaders, have undertaken
a'most difficult, if not impossible task."
The Daily News eulogizes earlabaldi for his
declaration in tavor of the north, and denoun
ces those who carp at him for it. It says, how
" Never; that - he VVIZI go to Anie l rioa.
Highly important experiments had been made
with the new Whitworth shells, and it had
proved a most destructive engine of war.
The Arch Bishop of York has accepted the
Arch Bishoprick of Canterbury.
An important correspondence between Em
peror Napoleon and M. Thouvenel, relative to
rue settlement of the Roman question, has
been publised in the Mani/our, and attracts at
tentiun. The propositions of the French Gov •
ernment to conciliate the Pope and the Italian
Government, prove unacceptable at Rome.
The London TsmeB in an editorial on this cor
respondence says :—" That although the Em
peror elaborately proves that the French ought
to leave Borne, nobody supposes that be has the
slightest intention of doing so."
The Paris bourse was firm.
Professor Partridge, in an official report of
the condition of Garabaldes wounds, says he
progresses favorably, and if the proper attention
be paid for some mouths, a cure will be effect
ed, and he will have a good serviceable foot
and leg, although, perhaps, it will be a little
The festivities attending the marriage of the
Princess Maria to the King of Portugal, were
progressing at Turin. Prince Napoleon took a
part in the ceremonies, and was enthusiastical
The Calcutta and China mails reached Mar
seilles on the 20th ult.
LATER NEWS PER THE PERSIA
LxVlO2OOl4, Saturday eve, Sept. 27.
The steamship Breinen, from New York, ar
rived this afternoon.
The Paris Coratitutionelle, of to-day, throws
doubt on the truth of the Federal victory at
Hagerstown. It says that a dispatch was re
ceived at Paris to the effect that Gen. McClellan,
after the battle retired upon Washington.
The Daily News sass that M'Clellan's troops
have proved themselves to be like British sol
diers, not knowing when they are beaten, and
states that General M'C:ellan has shown enter
prize and good Generalship and his men great
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
FORUMS MONROE, Oct. 8
The steamer South America arrived from
Aiken's Landing last evening with about three
hundred released prisoners, sick and wounded,
who are to be transferred to the St. Marks and
sent to New York.
About five hundred exchanged Union prison
ers from Richmond arrived here last evening
on the steamboats Hero and Belvidere. They
are to be sent to Annapolis.
No papers were received from Richmond.
All is quiet at Suffolk and Norfolk.
About eighty females (tired of the good living
at Richmond) came down on the steamer New
York to-day on their way North.
The Late Action in St. John'slfer,
The Savannah account of the action on St.
John's River, Florida, is explained by a gentle
man who left our squadron there lees than a
fortnight ego, as follows :
The squadron, - consisting of the gun boats
Paul Jones, Cimmerone, Sebago, Connemaugh
and others, all under Commander Steedma,o,
as Senior Commander, was then preparing for
an expedition up the St. Johns, with a view to
the recapture of Jacksonville. A land force of
1,600 men, with a field battery of rifled guns-
Wall to take part in the expedition.
The enemy bad oenatructed a strong forth!,
cation on St. John's Bluff, which is fifty or slaty
fest high, under which oar gunboat. have to
pass, as tbs channel is close to it. It is prolia
that this battery, on the lit WS; 1188
ham tirdiu d g fr.
Having procured Steam Power Presses, we are prepar
ed to execute JOS and BOOR PRINTING of every
description, cheaper than It can be done at any other
establishment In the country.
*3/1- Four lines or less constitute ene.half square.
Eight lines or more than four constitute a square.
Halt :guars, one day $0 a
At one week—. 1 26
" one month 410
" three mouths ............. ........ 4 00
six months 00
, t OILS 7( al' ....10 00
One Square, ono day
ono week 2 00
tf one month ... 6 00
~. three months.. . . 10 04
six mouth. 16 00
o One year 20 00
sir Business notices inserted in the Local Ghterma, or
before Marriages and Deaths, EIGHT (Arms poi LINE
for each insertion.
Sir Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular
shelled by the gunboats simply to occupy the
enemy while the troops were landed at Green
ville Point to march on the erfemy's works
from the rear. The Savannah dispatch, indeed,
"The Federals subsequently landed at Greenes
ville Point in force and marched a mile to the
rear of our batteries, where a tight commenced
at 10 o'clock, A. at. No particulars received."
The rebels were understood to have a force
of about 1,200 men, with a battery of flying
artillery, which they have been moving from
point to point along the river. Probably the
nest news will be that the works on St. John's
Bluff have been taken and the river opened to
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These Pens are manufactured by C. F. Newton
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Examine the prices below
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 25
Gott Pen and Silver Holder for $1 60
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 75
Gold Pen and Pencil, with Rubber Holder S 6 00
Gold Pen and Pencil with Rubber Holder, $7 00
FOR A BUSINESS MAN.
THE canal grocery store and Rockville
lifonse,-kaown es the Updegrove Lath Proparty,
situated are mhos above Harrianurg, fronting east on
the 1 - "inisylvsula Canal and west on he lineguebanea
river road, wall be so dit sootier f r soon.
The grocery store, it not the ye( y test stand an the
floe of the canal; i only equaled by one alter. A te•ge
how- bate and stable tea (eeently boon built, so that, eaca
boat team can be lucked up separately. also ph•hkr
ettede, b.,y houses, corn orb, two store bowel ler g•4O,
too house, hsy scales, and Indeed very eolivonlence
that I, necessary for carrying on the bosom... The
olive IS within three hundred ya , ds of the Rockville
dvdot ,ou the Pennsylvania, railroad, and Deupn n and
clohuylkitl railroad also. Persons within"' to rushes',
pleme apply on the premises, to
an 1 - wtf t 1863
THE NEW EDITION
PURDO N'S DIGEST
HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED,
AN rniu new edition of this well knowit
Law Book has just been issued. It is now
distinguished by the following euperadded
features : The laws contained in the various
annual Digests published since the date of the
eighth edition (1853) have been incorporated In
the uody of the work. Many thousand new
authorities have been cited ; the report of the
revisors of the Penal Code has been embodied
in the notes to the various sections of it, and
the appendix contains for the first time, the
Acts of Congress for the Authentication of
Records, and the Statute of Fraudulent Con
veyances, with full and elaborate notes of the
decisions explanatory of them. The work has
been prepared by the learned editor, Mr.
Bureaux, and its freshness and permanent
value will be preserved by the continuation of
the annual Digests, which have given so much
satisfaction. For sale at
je2l3 BERGNER' S BOOKSTORE.
THE subscriber offers at private sale his
FARM, situated on toe public; road leading frost
liarrisburg to Linglestown, about one mite ftom tits
latter place. Tha improvements era a large
TWORTORT WEATHER BOARDED HOUSE,
Large BANE BARN, with all necessary oat-buildings, a
Good Young Orcbatd, with first at e rusting water near
the buildinks. The land is well faunae and in a blgh
state of cultivation. Terms reasonable.
Persons wanting information, can cal on David
Mumma, Jr., harrleburg se2o-Btd3w
riIHE Orphans' Court of Dauphin county
has appointed the subs .riber auditor to diattibute
the baldnce in the hands of tee administrator of the
iodate of George i - issinger, late of It ykens townstop, be
c aw county, deo'd, on his Snot settlement, of acid estate
among the heirs at law, of sa d aeceasei ; and the
Janitor hag appointed Wednesday, the first day of
October next, at his dike in Har•isuurg, at tea 0 dna
in the forenoon of said day, for the purpose of mating
said distribution, when and where all persona Intimated
are requested to attend.
E x TkLA FAMILY FLOUR, a chl2ice fut
of Extra Farah , Flour, all warranted by bbl., or
naina,j ast received and for ego low by
NICHOLS & BOWBITt,
ieBo Omier iron. - and Marec.t
SEVERAL Machinists. Also don
boY in the blacksmith shay. AMY at thsi
AFULL assortment of Pocket Bibles
and Testaments for the soldiers, just re.
oeived at BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE.-
Be4ruipaz, Oct. 9.
GLASSJars for putting up fruit, the
celebrated Margie patent, cbeap, simple and ef
fectual, warranted to give satisfaction, just received and
tor sale by NICHOLS at &Orlin",
jel9 Corner Front and Market street.
EXTRA family flour, a superior brand,
wbich warrant to ere ihilafactba , just re _
'Myatt and for eats by
cIriCES of ad kinds, whole and ground,
IJ warrant4d frost' u 4 Olga= !ow
Oonaer Front mind Market Warta
CIDER Vinegar, warr an mamated pure, for
ems b i BO, U,
gigtl4 CUMIN Trost wad Mullet M.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 7b
Gold Pen and Silver Holderfor 12 26
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 60.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $8 25
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $8 76
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $4 26
A RARE CHANCE
PRICE $5 00
JOHN ROBERT. Anditor
IsTIOHOLg & BOWMAN,
Center Front and Market Meats.
W. P. HENRY