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Monday Afternoon, October 18, 1862
RETURN OF THE CITY ZOUAViB. - the First City
Zouaves, Captain Awl, arrived in tho city last
night, from Carlisle, where they had gone on
Saturday, during the panic of the rebel cavalry
at Chain hersburg. The Zouaves are once more
on duty as the Provost Guard in this city, where
they have made themselves popular by their
soldierly bearing and strict discipline.
DOUGHERTY'S BATTERY, which left the city on
Friday night, and occupied the bill on the
Cumberland bank of the river, opposite Harris
burg, returned this morning. Under the judi
dons and vigilant training of Captain James
Dougherty, this bittery is becoming daily of
vast service. It ever it gets into action, the
foe to which it will be opposed will suffer some,
and learn a lesson.
NiwMoero.•—Juetreeeived, "Shoulder Arms,"
by Joel :
There's a cry sweeps o'er the land
Who will now a coward stand,
a yell spirited song. Price 25cts. Also the
new and very popular sacred piece " Shall we
know each other there ?" Music by Rev. B.
Lowry, arranged for piano by Prof. Cull. Price
Dicta. At the New Music and Frame store of
S. WARD & Co.
No. 14 Market Square.
ARRIVAL OF PRISONER& —Four prisoners cap
tured at Gettysburg, stealing horses for the
rebel army, were brought to this city to day
at noon, and were taken to the Provost Mar
shal's office, and from thence to Camp Curtin.
While undergoing examination at the Provost
Marshal's office, one of the prisoners became
quite boisterous, and gave the Marshal to un
derstand that "there w)uld be more of them
here before long." Tt.t: Marshal replied that
it was just such company as that which was
wanted in this locally, and the sooner the
rebels came the better the people would like it.
WHO PIONEERED THE REBELS INTO PENNSYLVA
NIA!. r- In conversation with a get tleman this
morning, ahu had just arrived from Adams
county, and who is a respectable physician in
Gettysburg, he informed us and a large crowd
at the roilroad depot, that the rebels were con
ducted into Franklin county, by three Breckin
ridge Democrats, by the name of, respectively,
Wilson, Logan and Simes. He assorted that
these traitors knew every by-road, cow-path,
and private lane in Franklin county, and
that it was to them that the rebels were indebt
ed for their success in reaching Chambersburg.
Comment on this horrible development is use
less Let. the people ponder the fact, as they
go to the polls, to morrow.
THE Eva OF Euorros.—Under this head, the
patriot poet Whittier, thus produces a most
stirring poem. It is appropriate to the occa
sion, and like all of Whittier's productions,
will not fail to elicit a response of approval
from every sensible reader :
From gold to gray, our mild sweet day,
Of Indian Summer fades too soon ;
But tenderly, above the sea,
Hangs, white and calm the Hunter's moon
In ite pale fire the village spire
Shows like the sodiac'e spectral lance ;
The painted walls, whereon it falls,
Transfigured stand in marble trance.
O'er fallen leaves the west wind grieves,
Yet comes the seed time round again;
And morn shall see the State sown free,
With balelul tares or healthful grain.
Along the street the shadows meet,
Of Destiny, whose hands conceal
The molds of fate that shape the State t
And make or mar the common weal.
Around I see the powers that be,
I stand by Empire's primal springs ;
And princes meet in every street,
And hear the tread of uncrowned kings
Hark 1 through the crowd the laugh runs loud,
Beneath the sad, rebuking moon ;
God save the land, a careless hand
May shake or swerve ere morrow's noon.
No jest is this ; one cut amiss
May blast the hope of Freedom's year;
01 take me where are hearts of prayer,
Aud foreheads bowed in reverent fear.
Not lightly fall beyond recall,
The written scrolls a breath can float,
The crowning fact, the kingliest act
Of Freedom, is the freeman's vote.
For pearls that gem a diadem,
The diver in the deep sea dives ;
The regal right we boast to-night
Is ours through costlier sacrifice
The blood of Vane, his prison pain, •
Who traced the path the pilgrim trod,
And here whose faith drew strength from death,
And prayed her Russell up to God.
Our hearts grow cold ; we lightly hold
The right which brave men died to gain,
The right, the cord, the axe, the sword,
Grim nurses at its birth of pain.
Your shadows rend, and o'er ns bend,
0 martyrsl with your crown s and palms,
Breathe through these throngs your battle songs
Your scaffold prayers and dungeo n psalms.
Look from the sky, like God's great eye,
Thou solemn moon, with searching beam,
Till in the sun of thy pure light,
Our mean self•seekings meaner seem.
Shame from our hearts unworthy arta,
The fraud designed, the purpose dark ;
And smile away the hands we lay,
Profanely on the sacred Ark.
To party claims and private aims,
Reveal the august face of Trutb,
To which are given The age of Heaven,
The beauty of immortal youth.
So shall our voice of sovereign choice,
Swell the deep base of duty done,
And strike the key of time to be,
When God stud man shell speak as one.
THE wax CROP throughout this county is
being cut, and its appearance indicates a rather
better yield than was anticipated earlier in the
season. The crop suffered considerably ft om
the long drought, notwithstanding which the
ears are nearly of the average size in most
localities, though in some places not more than
half the usual crop will be realized.
THE WAY OF THE TRAREGRESFAR is HARD.—
A rank secessionist was treated to a ride on the
sharp edge of a rail the other day in Wilksbarre,
Pa. He was taken to his mother's house, but
the old lady refused to receive him, as he was
a traitor and not worthy to enter the house.
She told the boys to take him down South and
give him to Jeff. Davis. She has two sons in
the service of the United States, and justly re
gargs this fellow a disgrace to the family.
AN AHGUYIENT AGAINST GEN. ROMIEFORT.—As
we• were strolling through the capital grounds
last evening, impressed with the changes which
have been wrought in the verdure and bloom of
the locality, by the preparations of war, and the
change of the season, thinking the while of
Bryant's lines, •
"The melancholly days have come,
The saddest of the year ;"
we were unconsciously made an auditor to a
conversation between two sons of the Emerald
Isle. One of them seemed to be importuning
the other very earnestly on some subject, while
the importuned individual was stoutly resisting
" I tell you, Mike, he is a man," ejaculated
the earnest Irishman.
" He may be all that," rejoined the other,
" but he has a d—n poor way of showing it."
"Mike, if yon don't vote for him, you'll dis
grace the ould country."
" That may be, but if I do, I'll be d—,"
was Mike's emphatic reply.
" You'll what ?" shouted his companion.
" I'll not vote for Roumfort—there now.—
Don't I know the ould spalpeen. Didn't I see
what was in him when he was boss at the de
pot ? Wasn't he a tyrant thin—and Lin't he
only talking shmooth because he wants power
to be a boss tyrant again. No, no, blasht my
eyes if ever I vote for Roumfort. If he gets in
that brick building (pointing to the capital) it
will be to lishp and swagger big, and maby, be
dad, if he gets a chance, he'll do a good turn
for the rebels. Who knows but the divils are
coming here to help elect my Lord Roumfort.
Mind that, now. I'll never vote for Roumfort ;
and the man that works for his living, or who
knows the ould Ginral se Well as I do, has no
reshpect for his poverty or him self, that'll put
in a vote for one who always shwells twice his
size when he has power."
—Here the conversation ended. The party
who first importuned "Mike," had nothing to
offer in reply to Mike's argument—an argu
ment which we have deemed of suffioient im
portance to lay before the public.
Fran liscammer =Lou ovum Dna/T.—North
ampton county has contributed the fast regi
ment in lieu of the draft. On Saturday last
these men were marched into Camp Curtin, and
RA now organized and mustered in as follows:
Colonel, Charles Glantz.
Lieut. Colonel, Jacob Dachradt.
Major, John F. Frucauff.
Adjutant, Howard J. Reeder.
Quarter Master, S. H. Knowles.
Chaplain, George S. Coffin.
Surgeon, Dr. Neff.
Ist Assistant Surgeon, Dr. Abraham Stout.
2d " Dr. Kohler.
Sergeant Major, Paul Bachschmidt.
Quarter Master Sergeant, John Cl. Miller.
Commissary Sergeant, Philip Wirebach.
Hospital Steward, Joseph Penson.
Captain, Owen Rice.
lat Lieutenant, Benj. F. &barna
2d " John L. Miller.
Captain, Joseph Fry.
Ist Lieutenant, Wilt.
2d is Frutchman
' comma C.
Captain, Henry J. Oerter.
Ist Lieutenant, Horatio D. Yeager
2d ~ Francis Boyer.
Captain, -- Howell.
let Lieutenant, Robert Houser.
2d Ili William Beaber
Captain, John P. Bicker.
let Lieutenant, Christian ltehfnas
2d " Jeremiah Dietrich
Captain, Lucius J. Stout.
Ist Lieutenant, Henry B. Barnes.
2d " William Beidleman
Captain, Joseph Reimer.
let Lieutenant, Jonathan Moore
2d II i Henry Evans.
Captain, G. H. Young.
let Lieutenant, George W. Walton
2d " C. F. Royer.
Captain, Joseph S. Meyer.
Ist Lieutenant, William H. Crawford
2d " Reuben J. Stutz.
Captain, Isaac L. Johnson.
Ist Lieutenant, Isaac Bustard.
2d LC Lawrence Dubott
Total number of men, 977.
A MYWI'BRY EIPLAINZD.—Amid the destruc
tion incident to this wicked rebellion the minds
of a community to some extent become accus
tomed to hearing of death and the spilling of
blood, but when an occurence of an unusual
and mysterious nature happens immediately in
our midst, as was related to us by a friend on
Saturday evening last, the mind naturally seeks
to develops it. Our friend came rushing into
our presence, his countenance and gestures in
dicative of a disposition to communicate some
thing frightful, the subject, of which, in brief,
was as follows : He had met on the street a well
dreised lady, whose manner and gestures were
singular, and who occasionally gave voice to
I disconnected sentences, "as that was the circum
stances of the case," and so on. We upon sub
sequent reflection concluded it must be the
lady that had seen those beautiful dress goods
& Bowman's, and was bat giving voice
to her admiration and delight.
Pettnopluania Math) Celegrapth .fflottbap "Afternoon October 13, 1662.
TEEN LAMM NAMED will Send to the Uuion Re
lief Association room, Dr. Bailey's, Ma,ket
street, by 1.(1,1 o'clock Punctuality greatly
desire I :
On Tuesday, Oct. 14-1 pair (or more if desired)
• mewed cluckens.
Mies Julia P. Brooks, Mrs. Caroline Denning,
" Lizzy Houser, " H. Criswell,
Mrs. Robt. Lumberton, " L Griffith,
a F ry,
" Wm. Jenuings,
" Samuel Hultman, " H. A. Kolker,
" Mag. Dougherty,
TO VISIT Tal HOSPITALS.
Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. ITri. Bal.
Mrs. Eliza Bellman, Mrs. H. A. Thompson,
" Bate Reilly, '" E. C. Mathews,
" Hunt, Miss S. M. Rutherford,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Miss-Hoffman and Miss Lousia Rouser will
wait at the reception room to receive prepared
food, send back dishes, and see that those re
turned in the afternoon are wiped dry by from
to 11 o'clock A. It., and a short time after
dinner. Mrs. E. H. CORNYN.
HARRISBURG STOCK YARDS, Oct. 10, 1862
The receipts of beef cattle are much smaller
than usual this week, reaching only 813 head.
The market was quite active,.and prices well
maintained. Drovers shipping from the west
would avoid much trouble and expense by of
fering their live stock for sale at the Harris
burg stock yards, where they will always find
ready buyers. The demand for beef cattle was
not supplied, in consequence of the small re
ceipts, and many buyers were c“mpelled to
leave without making any purchase.
The following are the particulars of the
R. Williams sold 90 beef cattle at $3.10 per
100 lb gross.
John Redman sold 31 beef cattte at $3.60 per
John Binns sold 26 beet cattle at $3.60 per
100 Th gross.
J. ferill sold 80 beef cattle at $8.76 per 100th
- M. Stokely sold 19 beef cattle at $3.60 per
100 lb gross.
G. Gordy sold 39 beef cattle at $4.20 per
1001 b gross.
J. Collins sold 17 beef cattle at $3.60 per
100 lb gross.
Thos. Lumb sold 17 beef cattle at $3.60 per
J. Dickinson sold 20 beef cattle at $3.40 per
John Seener sold 140 beef cattle at an aver
age of from $3.60 to $4.00 per 100th gross.
J. M'Kosker sold 20 beef cattle at $3.70 per
Ries & Smith sold 120 beef cattle at $3.80
per 100 lb gross.
Making the total salesof beef cattle 569 head.
The receipts of hogs and sheep were
-4,889 hogs and 1,162 sheep—selling at $4.30
per 100th gross for hogs, and $4.20 per 1001 b
gross for sheep.
'The following droves of beef cattle were in
market this week :
R. Williams, 90 Guckenhomer & Bro 29
J. Redman, 31 J. Perill, 80
J. Binos, 26 M. Stokely, 19
G. Gordy, 39 Thos. Lamb, 17
J. Collins, 17 J. Dickinson, 20
John Seener, 140 J. Huff, 66
J. M'liosker, 20 Ries & Smith, 120
B. Williams, 169
The undersigned would respectfully inform
those who are afflicted with Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia, 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 wonderful efficacy,
whenever called upon. There need be uo ap
prehension in regard to my competency to ad
minister it, as I have had it on hand for the
past six years. As they are now sold at reduced
prices, uo family should be without them over
night. They can be had at any time at my
residence, in Pine street, between Second and
Front. (aul3-dlm) MRS. L. BALL.
Tax wonderful success which has attended the
use of my medicine, has induced me to say a
word through the press in its behalf. My medi
cines are prepared with great care, expressly
for family use, and are admirably calculated to
preserve health and remove disease. I can
therefore recommend them with the greatest
confidence, and am fully pernuaded from past
experience that they will give very general if not
=Ow eat saisfaceion. But at the same time Ido
not pretend to assert, that they are "cure ally."
I have cured Gravel, Dropsey, Scrofula, and
have regulated the female system. Reference
can be had at any time with the persons, as they
feel a delicacy in having their names in the
paper. MRS. LUCRETIA BALL.
DIIRSIJANT to an act of the General As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, en
titled "s n Act relating to Elections in this Common
wealth," approved the 2d day of July, A. D., one thou
sand eight hundred and thirty-nine, I, JACOB D. 80. B,
Sheriff of the county of Dauphin, Pennsylvania, do here
by make known and give notice to the electors of the
county aforesaid, that an election will be held In the said
county of Dauphin, ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF
0010BEEt, A. D., 1862, (being the 14th day of October)
at which time the State and County Officers, as follows,
are to be elected, to wit :
One perFon for the office of the An Litor General of the
Stage of Pennsylvania.
One rem u fur the office of tt e Survey or G. neral of
he Slate of Pennsylvania.
Coo person to represent the counties of Daophin,
Northumberland, Union, Snyder and Junial a, compos
ing the 141.13. ConArmsional district, in the Congress of
the United States.
Two persons w represent the County of Dauphin in
the House of Representatives. • '
One person lor District Attorney ftdr the mut. • s'
Dauphin. ....," '!!!
One person or County Conimis•loner. '''.oe .. •
One person for Director of the 'o,:r and Hone - ,: .
one person fbr County Auditor. •
One person for County Surveyor.
One person for Coroner. .
I ALSO HEREBY MARE KNOWN AND GIVE VIE
that the plaoes of holding the aforesaid general:e tlen
In the several wards, boroughs, aistricts and'hist
within the county of Dauphin, are as follows, to wit :
The election for the First Ward in the City of .Barris-`
burg, shall be held at the Public School Hon*. at toe
corner of Mary's alley and Front street.
The election in the Second Ward, shall be held at the
School House at corner of Dewberry alley and
Chestnut at. eel.
The election for the Third Ward, shall beheld et the
School House in Walnut street, between Second and
The election for the Fourth' Ward, shall be held at the
Public School Howie In state street, between Second and
The election for the Fifth Ward, shall be helms at the
house belong to General Joint Forster, on the State road
leading from the reservoir grounds to the Pennsylvania
State Lunatic Hospital.
The election to the Sixth Ward, ...all be held at the
School House n West Harrisburg.
For thetownship of SuAuehamus, at Killer's (now Nis
ley's) school house.
For the township at Lower Swatara at the school house
No. 1, in MO/spire.
For the townshebip of Swatara at the Locust Grove lon.
For the borough of Middletown at the Brick School
house, in Pine street, in said borough.
For the township of Londonderry, at the Public HOW()
of Joseph Beiper, in said township.
For the township of West Londonderry, at the house of
Christian Neff, in said township
• For the township of Conewago, erected out of parts of
the townships of Londonderry and Derry, at the house of
Christian Foltz, (now Jne. S. Folts,) in said township.
For the township of Derry at the public house of Dan
iel Baum , in Suramelstown, In said township.
For the township of South Hanover, at the public UMW
of George Rocker, in said township.
To the Afflicted
For the township of East Hanover, at the public house
of Mai, shell's, (now Boyer'so in said township.
For the township of West Hanover, at the public house
of Jacob Rudy, ((now Buck's,) in said township.
For the township of Lower Paxton, at tht public house
of Robert Gilchrist, ((now Sweigart's,) in mid township.
For the township or Middle Paxton ' at the pub Rehouse
of Joseph Cockley, in said township.
For the township of Rush, at the house belonging to
the estate of the late John McAllister, dec'd now occupied
by David Rineal in said township.
For the township of Jefferson, at the house of Christian
Hoffman. in said township.
For the township of Jac n, at. the house now occu
pied by John Biller, at Bialer'e mill, in said township.
For the township of Halifax, at the North Ward School
House, in the town of Halifax.
For the township of Read, at the new School House on
Duncan'a Island, in said township.
For the borough of Millersburg, at the window next to
the north-east corner on the east side of the n w School
House, situate on Middle street ti the borough of MU
lersbnrg, in the county of Dauphin.
For the township of Upper Paxton, :at the house of
Jacob Buck, now occupied by Samuel Buck, in said
For the towuehjp of Mifflin, at the public house of MI
chael /interline, (now Betd. Bordner,) in Berrysburg, in
For the township of Washington, at the public house
now occupied by Matilda Wingert, in said township.
For the township of Lykens, at the public house of Sol
omon Loudenslager,(now Keiser) in the borough of Gratz
For the borough of Gratz, at the public house of Solo
mon Loudenslager, (now Keiser,) in said borough.
For the township of Wicenisco, at the School House No.
5, in said township.
I also, for the information of the electors of the county
of Dauphin, publish the following sections of acts of the
General Assembly, enacted during the session of 1865
WEST LONDONDERRY—PIace of Rection
Also, sections I and 3 page le4, pamphlet laws, ap-
proved the 18th day of March, 1857, viz:—"Thatthe eiti
sans of the township of Londonderry, in the county of
Dauphin, formerly embraced in the Portsmouth election
district, together with such other citizens of said town
ship residing west of the public road leading from Port
Royal to Nissley's mill, in said township, shall hereafter
hold their general and special elections at the house of
Christian Neff, in said township."
SRO. 3. That said district shall hereafter be known as
West Londonderry election district.
BUSH TOWNSHIP—PIace of Bection.
Whereas the place of holding the elections in me town
ship of Rush, Dauphin county,was by law at School House
number three in said township: end whereas, there is
no such School house, therefore—Section 1. Be it enacted
by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Common
weadhof Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, and it is
hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the
general and township elections of Rush Township Dauphin
County, shall be held at the house belonging to the estate
of the late John Mcallister, deceased, now occupied by
David Pineal. Page 83 pamphlet laws, 1858.
I also make known and give notice, as In and by the
13th section of the aforesaid act I am directed, " that
every person, excepting justices of the peace, who shall
hold any office or appointment of profit or trust under the
government of the United States, or of this State, or any
city or incorporated district, whether a commissioned of
ficer or otherwise, a subordinate officer, or agent, who is
or shall be employed under the legislative, judiciary, or
executive department of this State or the United States, or
of any city or incorporated district, and also, that every
member of Congress and the State legislature, and of the
select and common council of any city, commissioners of
any Incorporated district, is by law incapable of holding
or exercising at the same time the office or appointment
of judge, inspector or clerk of any election ef this Com
monwealth, and that no Inspector or judge, or other offi
cer of any such election, shall be eligible to any office
then to be voted for.',
Also, that in the fourth section of the act of Assembly,
entitled "An Act relating to executions, and for other
purposes," approved April 16, 1840, it la enacted that the
aforesaid 13th section "shall not be so construed as to
prevent any militia officer or borough officer from Seri
ing as judge, inspector or clerk at any general or special
election in this Commonwealth."
Also, that In the 81st section of said act, it is enacted,
that every general and special elections shall be opened
between the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon, and
shall continue without interruption or adjourment until
seven o'clock in the evening, when the polls shall be
The special election shall be held and conducted by the
inspectors and judges elected as aforesaid, and by clerks
appointed as hereinafter provided.
No person shall be permitted to vote at the election,
as aforesaid, but a white freeman of the age of twenty
one years or more, who shall have resided II this State
at least one year, and in the election district where he
offers to vote at least ten days immediately preceding
such election, and within two years paid a state or county
tax, which shall have been assessed at least ten days be
fore the election. Bat a citizen of the United States who
has previously bees a (peddled voter of this State and re
moved Therefrom and returned, and who shall have re
sided In the election district and paid taxes as aforesaid,
shall be entitled to vote after residing in this State Mx
months : Provided, That the white freemen . , citizens of
the United States, between the ages of 21 and 22 years,
and have resided in the election district ten days, as
aforesaid, shall be entitled to vete, although they shall
not have paid taxes.
"No person shall be admitted to vote whose name Is
not contained in the hat of taxable Inhabitants furnished
by the commissioners unless : First, he prodeces a receipt
for the payment within two years, „of a state or county
tax, (assessed agreeably to the constitution, and give satis
factory evidence, either on his own oath or affirmation, or
the oath or affirmation of another, that he has paid such
a tax, or on failure to produce a receipt, shall make oath
of the payment thereof ; or, Second, if he claim a vote by
being an elector between the ages of 21 and 22 years ,he
shall depose an oath or affirmation that he has resided in
the State at least one year before his application, and make
such proof of his residence in the district as is required
by this act, and that he does verily believe from the ac
counts given him that he is of the age aforesaid and giv
uch other evidence as is required by this act,whereupon
the name of the person so admitted to vote, shall be inser
ted in the alphabetical list by the inspectors and a note
made opposite thereto by writing the word 'tax,' if he
shall be admitted to vote by reason of having paid tax ,or
the word 'age,' if he shall be admitted to vote by reason
of such age, and shall be called out to the clerks, who
shall make the like notes in the list of voters kept by them.
" In all cases where the name of the person claiming le
vote is not found on the list furnished be the commission
ers and assessor, or his right to vote, whether found
thereon or not, is objected to by any qualified citizen, 1
shall be the duty of the inspectors to examine such per
son on oath as to its qualifications, and if he claims to
have resided within the State for one year or more his
oath will be sufficient proof thereof, but shall make proof
by at least one competent witness, who shall be a quali
fied elector, that he has resided within the district for
more then ten days next immediately preceding said
election, and shall also himself swear that his bona fide
residence in pursuance of his lawful calling is within the
district, and that he did not remove into said district for
the purpose of voting therein.
"Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
make due proof, if required, of his residence and pay
ment of taxes as aforesaid, shall be admitted to vote in
the township, ward, or district in which he shall reside.
If any person shall prevent, or attempt to prevent
any officer of any election under this act from holding such
election, or use or threaten any violence to any such offi
cer, or shall interrupt or improperly interfere with him
in the execution of his duty, or shall block up the win
dow or avenue to any window where the same may be
holding, or shall riotously disturb the peace at such elec
tion, or shall use or practice intimidating threats, force or
violence, with a design to influence unduly or overawe
any elector, or to prevent him from voting, or to restrain
the freedom of choice, such a person,_ on conviction, snail
be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars,
and imprisoned for any time not less than one month nor
more than twelve months, and If it shall be shown to the
Court where the trial of such offence shall be had, that
the person so offending was not a resident of the city,
ward, or district, or township where the said offence was
committed, and not entitled to vote therein, then, on con
viction, he shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not leas
than one hundred dollars or more than one thousand dol
til be imprisoned not less than six months or more
In case the person who shall have received the second
higheAn bej of votes for inspector shall not attend on
the deg. on, then the person who shall have re
ceivtiane • hest number of votes for judge at the
0.10. ekiationkfi II act as inspector In his plaoe.—
. in Carfetho:pe on who shall have received the W high
untlyp.of vo for inspector shall not, attend, the
6n; elected judge shall appoint an Inspector in his
.libe;pd in case the person elected shall not attend, then
• inspector who received the highest number of votes
.1 appoint a judge in his place, or if any vacancy shall
,*. ue in the board for the space of one hour after the
fixed by law for the opening of the election, the
instilled voters of the township, ward, or dist ri ct for
which said officer shall have been elected, present at the
place of election, shall select one of their number to fill
"It Shall be the duty of the several assessors, respec
tively to attend at the place of holding every general,
special or township election, daring the time said election
Is kept open, for the purpose of giving information to the
inspectors and judges when called on, in relation to the
right of any person assessed by them to vote at such
elections, or such other matters in relation to the assess
ment of voters as the said inspectors, or either of them.
shall from time to time require."
IMMO OF Miran MOW
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 76th section
of the act first aforesaid, the judges of the aforesaid die
;riot shall respectively take oharge of the certificate or
return of the election of their respective distriori, and
produce them at a meeting of one Judge from sack the
tziot, at the borough of Harrisburg, on the third day
after the day of the election, being FRIDAY the 17th of
October, then and there to do and perform the duties
required by law of said judges.
also, that where kludge by sickness or unavoidable ac
cident, is unable to attend such meeting of judges, then
the certificate or return aforesaid shall be taken charge
of by one of the inspectors or clerks of the election of
said district, who shah do and perform the duties required
of said judges unable to attend.
Given under my band, in my office in Harrisburg, the
14th day of September 1. D., 1882.
JACOB D. BOAS, When" of Deems go.
BIMBIrIeS Orme, Ilarrlstpurg, September 111 k, DlO2.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL.
Walnut Street,below State Capital Hotel.
Best Regulated and Cheapest Place of Amuse
ment in the World. Never has
such a blight array of
FIRST CLASS ARTISTS,
in any Establishment of the kind, either in
EUROPE OR AMERICA.
Determined to keep up the GREAT IMPU
TATION already acquired for this
biammouth Place of Amusement,
we feel a just pride in announcing for this
week, commencing October 13tb,.
the Eminent Etheopien Comedian and Great
Tamborinist ; and
the Champion Jig Dancer of America and Ec
centric Comedian ; in connection with the
134 ST DANSEUSES
on the American Stage,
MISS KATE FRANCIS,
MISS LIME FRANCIS, •
and MISS KATE ARCHER;
and the American Nightingales
MISS MOLLIE FIELDING,
and MISS JULIA EDWARDS ; also
WEBER'S SPLENDID ORCHESTRA.
To conclude every evening with the great
FEMALE SCENE OF MINSTRELSEY.
ADMISSION 20 centa.
Wore open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 7%.
808 RDW MM.:l,Bokt Lessee and Manager•
UNCLE TO ..MY, inc of tin Duckbills, Superintendent.
PROPOSALS FOR FUEL AND
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed " PROPO
SALS FOR FUEL" or "FORAGE," (as the
case may be,) will be received at the office of
the undersigned Assistant Quartermaster of Vol
unteers, 11. S. A., at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,
until 3 P. Ad., of Friday, the 17th day of Octo
ber, 1862, fur supplying the troops at Camp
Curtin with fuel for a period not longer than
four months, to commence on the first day of
November, A. D. 1862.
Good, sound, merchantable, hard wood for
fuel, green or dry, in cords of 128 cubic feet,
the Bticks to be four feet long from point to
Good merchantable anthracite coal, of the
"egg" size, in tons of 2240 lbs. The above to
be delivered subject to inspection at Camp Cur
tin, near Elarrisuurg, Penna., in quantities as
required, and at periods not more frequent than
three times in each week.
Proposals will also be received tor. furnishing
"Hay and Oats," upon requisitions, as the same
may be required by A. Q. Muter, for public and
private horses, at Harrisburg, Pa Price per
pound to be stated.
The contracts to continue for the time above
specified, unless sooner terminated by order of
the Quartermaster Gen,eral of the United States.
The propooals must be accompanied by the
actual signatures of the parties tendering, and
the actual signatures also of two sufficient sure
ties in the sum of three thousand dollars, will
ing to enter into bonds for the fulfilment of the
contract—and if there sureties be not known
to the undersigned—a certificate of some
United States or State Judge or Alderman of
this district as to their sufficiency will be re
K C. WILSON, Capt.
A. Q. M, (Vol.) U. S. A.
oct9•dtd Harrisburg, Pa
Muringer's Patent Beef Tea
ASOLID Concentrated Extract of Beef
and Vegetables, tionverttble immediately kw a
nourishing and dollen:ma soup or Beef Tea.
eitgbly approved by a nninuer of our Physicians who
use it in our hospitals for tee suatanandb for our
DIREOi7O9S eon Use.—Out up one fifth part of a
cake of the extract, pour on boiling grater. about a
pint, more orleee, according to the strength desired In
a few minutes it will be entirely diswive 1.
This admirable article condenses into a compact
form, all tue substantial and nutritive properties of a
large bulk of meat and vegetables. The ma/hem with
which it uissolves into a rich and palwable soup or tea,
which Wollia require boors of prepatadon, aeo..rtil%g
to thensnal method, is an advantage in many ettaatiObe
of lite to obvious to need urging.
Pcr sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., & Co
PICTURES TAKEN AT REDUCED RATES.
'IIHE undersigned- has fitted up a new
PHOTOGRAPH AND HIBROTYPE GALLERY,
In Third street, oppodte the patriot and Union office,
where ue will turnish his patrons with very superior
pictures et reduced rates. Call and see for yourselves.
sept2o dlm* A. S. BLACK, Artist.
A RARE CHANCE
FOR A BUSINESS MAN.
V IHE canal grocery store and Rockville
Houee,•known as the Updegreve Lock Property,
alluded five miles above" Harrisburg, fronting east on
the Pe nnsylvania Renal ens west on .he Susquehanna
river road, will be eci.d if applied f.r scam.
The grocery store, if not the very test stand on the
tine of the C 1 1 .4.1; I only equaled by one other. A. large
new barn and stable has recently been built, so that each
boat team can be lucked op separately. also plenty of
sheds, hey houses, corn crib, twastore houses for grain,
Ice house, bay scales, and indeed every convenience
that is necessity for carrying on the business. The
pl&e is within three hundred yards of the Rockville
depot, on the Pennsylvania railroad, and Dauptiln and
Schuylkill railroad also. Persons wishing to purchase,
please apply on the premises, to
aulB-mtJanlettll433 W. P. HENRY.
COAL ! COAL 1 COAL 1
subscriber is prepared to deliver to
the citizens of Harrisburg, pure
LYKENS VALLEY AND WILKESBAERE
C oa te, either by the oar, boat load, or single ton, at the
lowest market price 3 going. Orders left at my °Mee, 4th
and Market, will be punctually snouted Is,
Harrisburg, Sept. 30,1862. se3o-dew
MARKET ST AHD MARKET SQUARE,
JOSSPH F. McCILSILiN, PROPRIZTOS.
(MEETLY CONDUCTS:VEY WELLS COvEELY.)
fh , s is a First Class Hotel. aiid located . in the central
pert of the city. It is kept do the best manner, and its
Patrons will find every accommodation to ^ e met with in
the best houses in the country. se3o-41tf
GLASS FRUIT JARS!!
BEST AND CHEAPEST ! 1 I
CALL AND EXAMINE,
030 WM. DOCK, 0. IWO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
trAVING leased the Coal Yard, foot of
1.1 . North street, lately occupied by 0. D. Foster,
lam enabled to supply the public With
OF THE DIFFERENT
VARIETY AND SIZES OF
101-113381 V CICIALLa.
Orders respectfully solicited—which, if left • at tam
once, toot of North street, or at the Office of Wm.
Dock , Jr. a Co., will receive prompt attention.
41.yer's Cathartic Pills.
IIIHE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine
j_ have been taxed their utmost to produce this best,
moat perfect purgative which Is known to man. Immo.
enable proofs are shown the there Fuss have v.rtuas
which surpois in excellence the ordinary mad , ciass, and
that they win unimecedentedly np an tits esteem of all
men. They are safe and pleasant to take, tiut powerfil
to cure. 'their penetrating properties stimuli', e 'Maenad_
activities of the body, remove the obstructions isits
erg's'', purify the bloou, and expel disease. They purge
out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper,
stimulate sluggish dr disordered organs in o their natural
action, and Impart healthy tone war strength to the
Whole system. Not only do they cure the every day
complaints of every body, but alto formidable and dan
gerous diseases that have baffled the best of human
Skill. While they prOince powerful efferAs, they we at
the same time, in diminished doses, the safest and beat
physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar
coated, they are pleasant to take; and being purely veg,
stable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures have
been made which surpass belief were they not substan
tiated by men of snob exalted posilikm and character as
to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent :
gymen and physicians have lent their names to certify
to the public the reliability f our remtdiee, white
others have seat me the assurance Lf their monViotan
that our Preparations contribute immensely to the relief
of my affit:ed, suffering fellow-men.
The agents below named are pleased to furnish gratis
our American Almanac, containing directions for the use
and certificates of their cures, of the following com
Costivness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arising fro a foul stomieb, Nau
sea, Indigestion, Morbid /awnlon of 'he Bowels and Pain
arl lug therefrom, Flatulency, Lose of appctite, all Dis
eases which require an eracaant meJicuie. They also,
by puttying th: blood and stimulating the system, cure
many CoMplellutil which it would not be sup,osed they
would react, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neu
ralgia and Nervosa Irtitablity , Derangements of OW
iver and Hidneis, Gout, aua other Floured complaints
arising from a low state of the body ur obstruction of its
DO not be put off by unpriuc pied dealers with some
other pill they make m .re profit on Alm for Arse's
Pats, and take nothing else. 4O other they eau give
3 ou compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The rick want the best aid th,re is for thmg,
sod they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. C & CO., Lowell, Masa amok
sold by Drugghes everywhere.
• - .
Price,26 cents per Box, or 6boze3 ibr $l.
Soldby C A.. BAn vdrt,'D. W. Grose & Co., O. S. j
ler, J. al. Lutz, Dr. nitey, F. Wyeth and dealers epPorP ,- "!
MoOULLODGEI'S LEAD ON
N 0.64 DUANE STREET,
KhEP constantly on hand the .ollowing
BUCK SHO E,
of whkh they offer et the lowest price*.
Confectionery Sr, Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMONS,
PINE APPLE, BANANNAS,
FBESH AND SALT FISH,
And verelables of all kinds, brought direct from the
Eastern Markets twice a week, and purchased ender sty
personal superv ision, thus eaablidg me to sell a better
cod cheaper article than any to the market.
sir Orders from a distance attended to promptly, and
roods delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
F&&H CANNED FRAMS constantly on hand. Give
me a call. fje2ij JOHN WISE,
HAPPINESS OR MISERY?
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
rHE Proprietors of the "PARISIAN
1 CABINET OF WONDERS, ANATOMY and MADI
OINE" have determined resardltis of manse, to issue
free, (for the benefit of suffering humanity) TOUR of
their most instructive and ioteresrutli Lectures on Mar
riage and its Disqualifications, Nervous Debility, Prema
ture Decline of Manhood, Indigestion Weakness or De
pression, Lass of energy and VitalPeWers, the Great So
cial Evils, and those Mali dial which result from youth
ful Sillies, Excesses ot Tiatorlty, or Ignorance of Pbyal
ology and Nature , ' law. These invaluable Leonora!'
have been the means of enlightaing soli saving thou
sands, and will be forwarded free on the receipt of fair
stamps, by addressing SECRETARY Rumex CAM= ON
ANATOMY AND MNINDIND, 568 Broadway, New York.
X i IIBRICATING Oil for all kinds of ma
nbinety,in convenient peeiragee, for sale very low
NICHOLS 3i BOWMAN,
Cornor Front and Market street.
CIDER Vinegar, warranted pure, for
ode low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
raptl2 Corner From. and Market streets.
rrtHE Updegrove Lock Property, Canal
grocery sad Rockville House, situated frre miles
above Harrlaturg, is now offered for sale. Bee adver
dsement in Weekly or apply to . .
Tat largest and most extensive assort
ment of Oise in the city, just received, sod for
ale very low, by NIeIIOLS k BoWataN,
sue Oortler Front and Margot Moots.
.4LARGE ASSORTMENT of FainEy
Bibles et different styles of binding, at 900, $1
0, $ $4, SO and 310 . also Pocket Bibb* of dir
ierent sty 2,
les and prices at SOMMER% Bookstore.
a 110 A POUNDS Extra Prime sugar
Cured &uniformle very low wholtosie
ur retail by WM. DI_CIL JR., k 00
OF all sizes, patterns and prices, illat
received arid for sale by
4113 WY, DOCK, Jr .Z Bl 00
A PPS, Oranges aid Lemons, &W