Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, October 21, 1862, Image 3

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lar Evening Edition are Inserted in the
morning Edition without extra charge.
HARRISBURG, PA
Tuseday Afternoon, October 21,1362
A Barium Arts, three feet long ai,d - having
five rattles, was lately killed in the house of
Mr. Horace Nelson, in Sweden township, Potter
county.
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ATTENTION, MCCORMICK GUARDS I-A meeting
of this company will be held at the publichouae
of Daniel Wagner, this (Tuesday) evening, at 7
o'clock, for the purpose of electing officers.—
Punctual attendance is respectfully requested.
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TEE STNOD OF BALTIMORE will meet in the Old
School Presbyterian Church, this (Tuesday)
evening at 7 o'clock. The Rev. Dr. Dickson,
of Baltimore, will preach the opening sermon,
and the public are cordially invited to attend.
REMOVED. —The Grocery, Tobacco and aegar
Store of the undersigned, has been removed
from No. 12, North Third street to the corner
of Third and Walnut streets, where a supply of
the above goods are constantly kept on hand
and sold at reasonable rates.
oct2l-dBt WILLIAM DUNCAN.
THS LADIES' AID SOOLIITY OF ELIZABETHTOWN.-
Wtl have been requested by several ladies to
acknowledge the receipt of a large box, con
taining a variety of articles for hospital use and
service, which will be distributed among the
various hospitals in this city. These articles
were forwarded to William Brown, in Filbert
street, who will superintend their distribution.
No P&RIION will hereafter be mustered into
the service of the United States as a member of
the corps of sharpshooters, unless he shall pro
duce the certificate of some person duly author
ized by the Governor of the State in which the
company is raised, that he has in five consecu
tive shuts, at 200 yards at rest, made a string
not over 25 inches, or the same string off-hand
at 100 yards; the certificate to be written on
the target used at the test.
THE FATHER OE FREDERICK WELTY, of CO. C,
11th Pennsylvania Volunteers, will find hia sun
by calling at the German Reformed Hospital.
The young lady who was assisting the father of
Welty to discover his son, found him this morn
ing, and has requested us to pad this notice,
that it may lead also to the information of the
parent. Welty is very dangerously wounded,
and it is thought that it will be necessary to
amputate one of his limbs.
A Mammon Prtoacrnos.—Captain Frank A.
Davis, in the 16th Regular Infantry, formerly
of this city, has, in consideration of his person
al worth, been detailed to an assistant profes
sorship of French in the Military Academy.
In the battle of Bull Run he acted efficiently
as aid to Col. Cameron, of the New York 79th
(lighlanders,),and has on several occasions dis
tinguished himself. For his bravery at Bull
Run he was promoted to a captaincy by Mr.
Cameron, then Secretary of War. His last
promotion was as just and merited as his first,
and he will doubtless fill his new position with
credit to himself and satisfaction to the Gov
ernment.
Tus SANITARY CostsussioN.—The Sanitary
Commission, at the request of General Halleek,
Commander-in-Chief of the armies of the United
States, earnestly advises against the practice of
sending presents to soldiers of articles which it
is supposed will add to the convenience of their
camp life. To the knowledge of the Commis
sion, many hundred tons of such presents are
now piled uselessly in storehouses and yaids,
and upon old camp grounds ; while thousands
have probably been destroyed to prevent their
falling into the hands of the enemy, and but a
small part of all that have been received by
those to whom they were addressed have Ikea
of the smallest value to them, except as tokens
of the affectionate interest of their friends.
lAMB' UNION REIM' ANOCIATION.--ille ladies
named will send to the reception room, (Dr.
Bailey's,) by 10} o'clock,
On Thursday, Ocr. 28d—Stewed chickens.
Mrs. J. D. Cameron, Mrs. Wm. Kirby,
"J. H. Berryhill, " Joe. Kahnweiler,
" Rachel Burnside, " Philip Dougherty,
" Mary Berghaus, " David Fleming,
" John H. Briggs, "L. M. Ten Eyck,
" Michael Burke, " Wells Coverly.
TO VISIT THE HOSPITALS,
Mon. Tun. Thurs. .Fri. Sat.
Mrs. David Unger, Mrs. (billiard Dock,
Miss Kate Framer, " Martha Orth,
Mrs. James Colder. " John H. Briggs
TO SERVE AT THE REORPT/ON ROOM
At si o'clock A. M.
Thera. Fri. Sat.
Mies Maria Zollinger,
" Becky Till.
Mon. Tues. Wed.
Miss Simons,
" Holman.
TO SERVS AT ROOM, (aINNE & SILLINGER,) TO RE
°lays AND RILL OUT REQUISITION.
From 111} to 12 o'clock A. M., awl 1 to 3 o'clock
FM
Mon. nes
Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
`figs Annie Wriest
" Sally Stewart.
Wednesday has been omitted for the present.
Those ladles who cannot serve when appointed
must find a substitute.
re. Elias [lager
Ike. E. H. CORNYN:
Sec'y. Com. Ar
Tames Grants x.—Seed time and harvest
it past ; the bounteous crops have remunerated
the fanner for his industry; peace and plenty in
our immediate neighborhood has thus far bless
ed us, and all the avenues of trade are in a pros
perous and healthy condition, while desolation
and ruin walk abroad in some portions of our
unhappy Country. How thankful then we
should be that we have thus escaped the de
struction attendant upon the onward march of
war, with the convenience of purchasing dry
goods at the cheap store of Thu= & 13owsraa.
Organisation of Regimionts and
Companies.
By a late order of the Secretary of War, the
Volunteer Army of the United States is to be
organized as follows :
1. REGIMENT OF INFANTRY - TEN COMPANIES
1 Colonel,
1 Lieutenant Colonel,
1 Major,
1 Adjutant, (an extra
lieutenant,)
1 Quartermaster, (an
extra lieutenant,)
1 Surgeon,
COMPANY 0
1 Captain, I 4 Sergeants,
1 First-lieutenant, I 8 Corporals,
1 Second-lieutenant, I 2 Musicians,
1 First-sergeant, I 1 Wagoner,
And 64 privates, minimum ; 82 privates,
maximum.
2. REGIMENT OF CAVALRY-TWELVE COMPANIES OR
El=!
1 Regimental Commie-
I f (an extra
Lieut.,)
1 Sergeant-major,
1 Quartermaster - s e r
geant,
1 Commissary-sergeant
2 Hospital stewards,
1 Saddler-sergeant,
1 Chief farrier or black
smith.
4::11 , OF CAVALRY.
8 Corporals,
2 Teamsters,
2 Farriers or black
smiths,
1 Saddler,
1 Wagoner,
78 Privates.
1 Colonel,
1 Lieutenant-Colonel,
3 Majors,
1 Surgeon,
1 Assistant-surgeon,
1 Regimental adjutant
(an extra Lieut.,)
1 Regimental Quarter
master (an extra
Lieut.,)
1 Chaplain,
COMPANY OR TRO
1 Captain,
1 First Lieutenant,
1 Second Lieutenant,
1 First Sergeant,
1 Quartermaster- s e r -
geant,
1 Commissary-sergeant
6 Sergeants,
There being no bands now allowed, the chief
trumpeter authorized by law will not be mus
tered into service. If any have been so mus
tered, they will, upon receipt of this order, be
mustered out.
The law does not authorize musicians for
companies. To remedy this defect, two musi
cians may be enlisted for each company. They
will be rated and paid as privates.
3. REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY-TWELVE BATTERIES
1 Colonel,
_ _
1 Lieutenant Colonel,
1 Major for every four
batteries,
1 Adjutant (not an ex
tra lieutenant.)
1 Quartermaster (no
extra lieutenant,)
BATTERY ON
1 Captain,
ARTILLIER Ir.
8 Corporals,
2 Musicians,
2 Artificers,
1 Wagoner, and
122 Privates.
1 First Lieutenant
1 Second Lieutenant,
1 First Sergeant,
1 Quartermaster ser
geant,
4 Sergeants,
To the above organization of a battery, one
first and one second lieutenant, two sergeants
and four corporals may be added, at the Presi
dent's discretion.
The field officers, chaplain, and regimental
sialff--commissioned and non-commissioned—
will not be mustered or received into service
without special authority from the War Depart
ment. As a general rule, artillery will be call
ed for and received by batteries, thus rendering
the field and staff unnecessary.
11. Chaplains must meet the requirements of
section 8 of the Act of July 17, 1862, as fol
lows :
" No person shall be appointed a chaplain in
the 'United States army who is not a regularly
ordained minister of wane religious denomina
tion, and wno does not present testimonials of
his present good standing as such minister, with
a recommendation for his appointment as an
army chaplain from some ecclesiastical body, or
not less than five accredited ministers belonging
to said religious denomination."
After chaplains are appointed, under section
9 of the Act of July 22, 1861, they must be
mustered into service by an officer of the regu
lar army, and thereafter borne on the field and
etaft roll of the regiment.
Mustering officers, before mustering chaplains
into service, will require from them a copy of
the proceedings on which the appointment is
based. The said copy, if found conformable to
the requirements of the law, will be endorsed
by the mustering officer, and by him forwarded
to the adjutant-general's office, for file with the
muster-in-roll.
111. The foregoing organization must be
strictly adhered to by all concerned. Com
manding officers of departments, armies, and
army corps will, without delay, direct an in
spection to be made of their commands, to as
certain if their regiments, and units thereof,
conform to this organilation, and all deviation
from it will be promptly corrected. Supernu
merary officers, if any, will be mustered out of
service from the date of receipt of this order.
Reports will be forwarded to the adj ntant-gene
ral of the army.
No commissioned officer or enlisted man, of
any grade, in excess of the legal organization,
will be recognized. And any commander who
may acknowledge or receive as in service any
such officer or enlisted man, will be brought to
trial for neglect of duty and disobedience of or
ders. No person acting in the capacity of a
supernumerary will, under any circumstances,
be permitted to receive pay and allowances from
the government; and paymasters, making pay
ment to such supernumeraries, will be held in
dividually accountable for such amounts paid.
SHAMEFUL WASTa IN THE ham!. —An army
correspondent makes the following record of
waste in the army of theakotomac : There is
food for reflection in the enormous waste of pro
visions by an army, exceeding by far the con
sumption of the same number of men at home.
A contemplation of the various camping grounds
vacated by Burruride's army corps during the
present week would present a fair illustration.
In all the camps the waste was more or less
great ; but within my limited view, that of the
Ninth New Hampshire regiment was the great
est. There, in one spot, I saw fresh meat
enough to compose a good sized calf which was
not in the least spoiled; several barrels of salt
beef and pork, and boxes of crackers which I
had not time to count. Many of these were
open, and had but a small portion of their con
tents abstracted. Others were in piles, and had
not been opened at all.
Thus, while thousands in the army are often
hungry, other thousands are wasting the food
provided for them in the most disgraceful man
ner. Where are the Quartermasters T
Ansa Dauas.—Three men by the names of
C. W. Baldwin, J. H. Austin and A. W. Pat
terson arrived in Chicago a few days ago, and
commenced buying up opium and quinine.
They were supposed to be agents of the Con
federate government and a detective got upon
their trail, it being well known that these
claw were sadly needed in the South They
succeeded in purchasing about one thousand
dollars worth of the articles and started for St.
Louis, followed by officer Elliott. In St. Louis
the Provost Marshall had hie attentien called
to the case and the individuals were arrested.
It may appear improbable that three agents
should be wanted to buy one thousand dollars
worth of opium and quinine, especially when
one could t fleet the purcluise with less risk' of
exciting suspicion.
PeuttogWank Oath) telegtaph, fluestrap lfternaim &lOW 21, 1862
HAILRIBBURG STOWE Meager.—The receipts i.f
Beef cattle this week are light, only reaching
825 head. Sales were brisk and prices paid for
extra beef cattle are higher than last week's
market. The particulars of the sales are :
J. Davison sold 62 beef cattle at $3 90 per
100Ib gross.
Owen Smith sold 162 beef cattle at $4 20 per
10035 gross.
M. Keating sold 20 beef cattle at $3 20 per
1001 h gross.
2 Assistant Surgeons,
1 Chaplain,
1 Sergeant-major,
1 Regimental Quarter
master sergeant,
1 Regimental Commis
sary sergeant,
1 Hospital Steward.
J. J. Black sold 30 beef cattle at $4 62 per
100% gross.
8. M. Haslett sold 21 beef cattle at $3 60 per
10014 gross.
J. M. Connell sold 91 beef cattle at $3 20®
4 60 per 10016 gross.
H. Gallaher sold 43 beef cattle at $3 20@
4 60 per 100th gross.
S. Crossland sold 20 beef cattle at $3 20@
4 60 per 1001 h gross.
Making total sales this week of 449 head. The
receipts of hogs and sheep were also light, only
remhing 3643 hogs ; 1112 sheep, and 868 head
of horses. The following droves were in mar
ket this week :
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E. Hook
Myers & Bro.
Thos. Roy
J. Jameson
J. Davidson
Owen Smith
Jas. McConnel
J. Oro3sland
A Monet EerAmastuurr.—Among the many
improvements lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
perity and as a determination on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the " light house," is the completion of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the owners and ornamental to that
part of our city.
The building is not only one of the largest,
devoted to the grocery business, outside of New
York, but the stock chillenges competion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent or take advantage of any
customer. A general invitation is extended to
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the extensive stock, whether they purchase
or not.
1 Chaplain,
1 Sergeant-Major,
1 Quartermaster ser
geant.
1 Commissary sergeant
1 Hospital Steward.
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 upoli. There need be no 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, no 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-dlin) MRS. L. BALL.
Mas. Bala. :—I am happy to Inform you that
your medicine has been a complete success in
curing me of Dyspepsia. Before taking it, my
appetite was gone, and I could eat nothing
without much distress. My health generally
was bad, and at times I suffered much from
shortness of breath. Now, I feel like another
man. My appetite is good—l eat hearty three
times a day without the least pain, and have
gained four pounds in three months. I take
pleasure in recommending it to all my - friends,
as I am certain it is a sure cure.
Wa HAVB received a large assortment of hoop
skirts, from 75c. up to $2 50. A large assort
ment of linen and needlework collars, and col
lars and sleeves, at all prices. White cambrics,
jacconette, nantncks, brilliants, and plain and
figured Swiss muslin, at all prices. The finest
lot of embroidered rench cambric brands ever
brought to Harrisburg—of infant's waists we
keep a large assortment. Ladies' and gentle
men's linen pocket handkerchiefs, ladies' stock
ings, gentlemen's one half hose, and children's
stockings of all descriptions aaprices. Twenty
pieces of carpet to be sold cheap. Kentucky
jeans, sattinetts and cassimeres for men and
boy's wear. We received 50'dosen suspenders,
at (ill prices. 60 dozen cotton handkerchiefs,
with borders, and,a great many other notions
and small wear. 8.
• fill E WEST CHESTER ACADEMY
1. AND MILITA.Y INSTITUTE, AT WEST
CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA, will commence
the winter term of live calendar months on the let of
November next. The course of instrbetion Is thorough
sod extensive, desinged and arranged to prepare boys
and young men for husinese or college. The principal,
who devotes all hiettline to the interests Of his school
and its pupils, is assisted by eight gentle Men of ability
and experience. The German, French and Spanish
languages are taught, by native resident teachers, an
advantage which will be readily appreciated by thsi
patrons of the institution:
The Military Department is tinder the charge of Major
Q. Eekendorff, of Philadelphia, whose snalideations for
the position are extensively known. Its duties and
regulvenouta do not, In any way Interfere with the
literary departments, while enrolment among the °RAet
corps is lert optional.
For catolouge kc., apply to
septB-weod2m WM. r. WYERB,. A, It., Principal.
FOR SAL .
VALUABLE PROPERTY
Two Brick Houses and Lots -
ON PINE STREET.
For partietdare enquire of ' •
MRS. JOHN Await"
j3 , 2sd2tawam Corner of Second and Pine streets.
HARRIS MANSION NOR
HIS handsome property recently ono:m—
-.1_
pled, by the PENNSYLVANIA 'MULE 'COLLEGE
le offered for sale. It is well suited either fora private
Itesidenoe or a Boarding Sobool, being supplied with
water, bath rooms, heater, range, ekt. The ground.
contain valuable Fruit Trees and Shrubbery. Tne pines
will Se sou& low And possession atireit within reasonable
time. < For terms, Sco.', apply to. , •
- CAUTION.
ALL persons are hereby-warned against de
predating or in any manner trespassing
on the Farm of Mrs. C. bash, adjoining the
city, and under the management of the sub
scriber.
ir I have arrested several of these petty
thieves and nuisances, and made them pay,
pretty well for their sport. Hereafter I shall
not only punish to the Meg of the law, but will
lish in the Telegraph and other papers the
names of all offenders.
Oct. 18,1862. JACOBI 111811.
Bead
Head.
82 M. Keating 20
70 S. Cauffman 60
67 J. J. Black 30
20 S. M. Haslett 21
62 W. Rainey 18
162 S. Yingling 39
91 H. Gallaher 43
20 E. Williams 76
To the Afflicted.
REV. 0. W. LANDRETH,
Mount Joy, Pa., Oct. 13, 1862
Nov 21Dziertunnttnts.
MR& 2. S. WAUGH, Or
DR W if. H. BUB
Etooutors of Estate of Rev. R. R. Waugb,
ekdeodtf
Bank 2lpplicatione.
NOTICE is hereby given that "nib
CONINEROIAL BAN% OF PENNSYLVANIA" In•
tend to apply to the Legislature of Pennsylvania at their
nexi sessiou for a renewal of their charter d bank
Is located in the city of Philadelphia, with ao authorized
capital of One Million of Dollars, a renewal of which will
be asked for, with the usual banking privileges. By or
er of the board, rt. O. PAL tIER,
je2.3 doavolto Cashier.
NOTICE
A P' Lic.kTioN will be made to the next
Leg'slatu e, (session of 1883,) for an Aot o incor
porate a.Bana of b sue, deposit, discount set 'Air gen
eral bunking pr talsgeo with a capital of Twt Hun red
Thousand Dollars and authority to increase the same b
Four Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollarr ; to he located
in Scranton, Lucerne county, to be called the SCRAN
TON BANK. UEO. SANDERSON,
W. W. WIN lON,
BURTON KINn'BURRY,
je26411-w6m
BANK OF CHESTER COUNT t ,
NNOTICE is hereby given that e BANK
OF CEOS! kit COUNTY, intends to apply to the
Legislature of Penneylrania at their next session for a
renewal of its charter. Said Bank is located is the
borough or West Chester, with an authorized capital of
Two Hundred and Twenty-flvs Thousand Dollars, a re
newal of which will be asked for with the usual banking
rivilegee. By order or the Board,
jab-dB-warn
BANK NOTICE
Faunas' BANN Or BUCKS COUNTY, 1
BRISTOL, PA., JllllO 24,1862.
.IS-OTICE is hereby given, that an appli
cation will be made to the Legislature of Peunsyl ,
van I at their next session, for a renewal of the charter
of the P•RMEBB , BANK of Bucks county. The sat i
Bank being located in the borough of Brisiol, Pennsyl
vania, with an authorized capital of Two Hundred Thou
sand dollars, with the usual banking privileges. By or
der of the Board, H. C. BEATTY,
je2s-dlt-wOm Cashier.
NOTICE.
THE President, Directors and Company
of the BANK OF DELAWARE COME, intend to
make application to the neat Legislature el this Com
monwealth, for the renewal of their Chatter with bank
ing and discounting privileges as heretofore, under the
same name or title, at the present location and with the
same capital, two hundred thousand dollars, with the
right to increase it to three hundred thousand dollars.
jtas.w6m. W. TAYLOR, Cashier.
BANK NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Presi
dett and Directors of the LEBANON BANK located
in e borough of Lebanon, Lebanon county, intend to
I
make application to the Legislature of Pennsylvania at
their next sessioo, for a renewal of the charter au , an
eatens'on of the privileges of the said Bank now enjoyed,
with the same name, title, location and capital of $2OO
- By order B. A. lIBLBR,
jel9-dlt-w6m (lathier.
NOTICE.
rrHE MINOR'S BANK of Pottsville, in
j the county of Schuylkill, hereby give notice that
they intend to apply to the Legislature of Pennsylvania
at their next session, for a renewal of their charter.
Said Bank is located in the borough of Pottsville, iu the
county of Schuylkill, with an authorized capital of Rive
Hundred Thousand Dollars, a renewal of which will be
asked without any extenstbn of privileges. By order of
the Board. OH .kRLES LOESER,
jel4 dlt-w6m. Cashier.
NOTICE.
Rani OF PILLYISKRBBII4,I .
June 12th, 1862. f
NOTICE is hereby given of the intend
ed application at the next meeting of the Legisla
ture for a renewal or the charter of the BANK OF OdAlki
-B.II,RSBIIVG, with the present name and style, location
and specific object, with privihge to increase the capital
stock from 8216,888 30 to $260,000. By order of the
board G. B . MiIBBIEBSMITH,
lelA-dlt-w6m Cashier.
BANK NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Presi -
dent and Directors of the L ANCA•STIed COUNTY
BANK intend tomato application to the Legtilature of the
DommonweWth of Pennsylvania at their next session, for
a renews] of the charter, and an extension of the privileges
of the said Bank, with all the rights and privileges now
enjoyed, fors term of twenty years from the expiration
of the present charter, with the same name, title, Iona•
?ion and capital of $300,000. By order
W. L. PAW R,
jel3-11t-wBto Cashier of Lancaster County Bank
NOTICE.
ikToTicE is hereby given that application
ill will be made at the next annual meeting of the
Legislature of Pennsylvania for a rimewai of the charter
of the litIiOHANGR BANK OF PITTSBURG, with its
present name, location, privileges and capital of One
Million dollars. By order ofthe Board of Directors,
H. M. lifUltß AY
jyt lt-wem Gushier.
NOTICE.
8 HEREBY given, that application will
b e made at the nest annual session of the Legisla
ture of Peens,lvan's, for a renewal .4 the charter of
the ‘inft.R.D:Rllßill RANH, with its t resent name sod
st vle, location, privileges and capital of Three Hundred
Thousand Dollars. By order of the Board of Di. eaters,
J. W. WEIR,
je2B-dlt. a dm Cashier.
NOTICE.
itgOTICE is hereby given that the Wy
on.ing Bank at Wilkes- Barre will apply to the
Legislature of the :Bate of Pennsylvania, at, its next ses
sion, tor an exten.-ion of the charter of said Bank, and
oleo for authority to increase the capital of said Beak
om onyrhundred and 114 thousand dollars to two hen
dred th6nsand dollars. The name and style, the loca
tion, and the powers and priviLges o said Bank to re.
main the same as at present, swing and excepting only
the increase of the capital aforesaid.
G. IL HOLLEBAOK, President,
•
iD WARD S. LOOP, Cashier. my3o-dlt-wem
BANK NOTIOE.
VOTIOE is hereby given, that an asso
il oration has been formed and a cortidcate prepared
for the purpose of esiabliablag a bank of discount, deposit
and - circulation under the provisions of the act, entitled,
"an act to establish a system of free banking In Pennsyl
vania, and to secure the publie against lo s from insol
vent bank.," approved Larch Slat, IE6I. Said bank to
be called "VENANCIO BANS," to be !mated at the bor.
°ugh of Franklin in the county of Venango, with a capital
of ONE BONLiRED THOUSaND DOLLAR; to be dtvidad
into two thousand shares of Ely dollars each, and it Is
contemplated to increase the same to three hundred
thousand dollars, or to sir thousand Mutters of fifty dol.
lirs each. mar2B-wdm
BANK NOTICE.
•
NOTICE is hereby given, that an appli.
ration will be made for the charter of a bank to
hd—called the Ct AHJON 11.4101 OF ELK COUNtY, capt-
Aat $lOO,OOO with right to go into operation when EMI;
000 shall have been paid in. Jean-Lilt We Ell.
BANK NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given; that the
BANK OF DANViLLE, a Bank of Issue, discount
and deposit, located in the borough of Danville, Montour
county, with a capital of Two Hundred Thousand Dol
lars, Intends making application at the next regular toe.
*mot the legislature of Pennsylvania, fora renewal of
its charter and extension of its present privileges, for a
term of twenty years from the expiration of Its present
obatier, with the same name, title, location sod capital.
By order of the Board of Directors,
bAno CLARK,
Cushier.
je27• dlt-w6w
EXTENSION OF CHARTER.
ATOTICE is hereby given that THE
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS ' BANE OF EAS-
T° , a Back of discount and deposit located in the bor
odirli of Easton, Northampton county, Pennaylvaniahav
mg a capital of Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, will ap
ply so the next Legislature of Pennsylvania for a renewal
of Us charter lot fifteen years from the expiration of its
preeent charter, with its present Capital stock, Powers
and privileges, and without any alteration in or increase
of-the same. J. STRWAR r, Presl.
M. E. FORMAN, Cashier. iy2- a lt
BANK NOTICE.
IVOTICE is hereby given, that the un
dersigned citizens of Pennsylvania have formed
an association and prepared a oertllir.t.w for the purpose
'of establishing a Bank of issue, discount and deposit, un
der the provisions of the act, entitled a "supplement to
an act to establish a system of free banking in Few's,'
vania;and to secure the public against loss from Insol
vent banks" approved the first day of ,Kay D., 1861,
the said bank to be called BLAIR COUNTY BANK, to
be Melded in the borough of Hollidaysburg and comity
of Blair, to consist of a capital stock of Pifty Thousand
*Hallam Lc nbares of Fifty Dollars each, with the privi
leges of increasing Hie same to any amount not erzeed,
ME in all Two Hundred 'Thousand dams.
Lawn= JoamiyoN, JOHlj 6/110:KiLEN,
NOW HAMMOND, JAHNS Gamma,
Jyrpotwook B. R. RYAN.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS,
Just received, at BERGNER'S BOOK STORE,
a full supply of
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS,
Embracing all the new Styles and Sines.
ALBUMS FOR 12 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOR 20 PHOTOGRAPHS
Prices from Seventy-five Cents
BOUND IN CLOTH, WITH CLASP.
BOUND IN FRENCH MOROCCO, WITH
WM. W. JEFFERIi,
Cashier.
CLASP.
BOUND IN TURKEY MOROCCO, WITH TWO
CLASPS.
BOUND IN TURKEY MOROCCO, WITH
BOUND IN VELVET, WITH CLASPS-VERY
RICH.
BOUND ,IN MOROCCO, WITH HEAVY
MOUNTINGS AND CLASPS.
PICTURES FOIE PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUISHED MEN.
PORTRAITS OF DISTINGLIIIIBED WOMEN.
COMM OF RARE ENGRAVINGS.
COPIES OF CHOICE PAINTINGS.
Any Cksree de reside published in the country
will be furnished to order.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS,
Of any size nut in the standard styles will be
made to order.
BERGNER'S
Cheep Bookstore.
PUBLIC SALE. -
w ILL be sold at public sale, on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1862,
at the Court House, Two Houses and Lots, situ
ated on the corner of Second street and Ham
mond Land, at the junction of Front street.—
Persons wishing to examine the property can
do so by calling on the premises, occupied by
J. W. Lewis.
Sale to commence at two o'clock P. M., when
conditions will be made known by
cot 15-dis W. BARR, Auctioneer.
FOR THE SOLDIERS,
ANOTHER new assortment just opened
at ISERGNEE'd CHEAP BOOS Tthßi, mending of
•
WRITING CASES.
Expressly manufactured for the soldiers.
PORT' FOLIOS,
POCKET INK STANDS'
PENCILS, PENS AND
WRITING MATERIALS
OF EVtRY V A. lIIETY,
SOLD A'T
REDUCED RATES,
STRAWBERRIES,
DLit.INITh set out in favorable weather,
j_
for if waterer when dry,) in August, Septein ber
or I aotober, will produoea fair crop the next Summer,
of'e , , enough to pa for the plants and p butting, besides
ensuring an abundant yield the following season.
All the beet varieties for sale at the KeystonoNur
sery, Harrisburg au29-dtf
FOR A BUSINESS MAN.
ffIHE canal grocery store and Rockville
House,-known as the tlpdegrove Lock Property,
situated five miles above Harrisburg, fronting east on
the Pennsylvania Omal and west on 'he Susquehanna
river road, will be sold if applied fur soon.
The grocery store, it not the very best stand on the
line ul thewalla ; only equaled by one other. .t lirge
new barn &Wadable has , ecently been ball, so that each
teat team can bu Let, ed up separately. Also plenty of
sheds, h.y houses, corn crib , two store houses for grain,
ice house, bay scales, and indeed every convenience
that is necessary for carrying on the business. The
place IS within three hundred yards of the Bookman
depot ,en the Pennsylvania railroad, and Daupaia and
Schuylkill railroad also. Persons wishing to purchase,
please apply on the premisee, to
aulfi—wtimiletlB6B W. P. HNieRY
COAL COAL I COAL I
litE subscriber is prepared to deliver to
11. the chiming of ifittlibtirg, patio
LUKENS VALLEY AND WILKESBABRE
Coals, either by the car, boat load, or stogie ton, at the
lowest market priest going. Orders left at my °Moe, 4th
and Market, will be punctually attended te.
DAVID 140001151.1011,
Barrisburg, Sept. 80, 1888. se3o-d6w
VIV HEREAS, the . Honorable JOHN J.
Paissoa, President, of the Court of Common
Pleas in the Twelfth Juoicial District, consisting of the
counties of Lebanon TIM Dauphin, and the Hon. Sam-
Lisnm and Hon. Hoe= YUDDIG, Associate Judges in
Dauphin county, having tweed their precept, bearing
date the 6th day of October, Me% to me directed, for
holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail
Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace at Harrisburg.
for the county of Dauphin, and to commence cis tau
MONDAY or NOTEXIIIR NUT, being the irro DAY or No.
TAICIUDI, 1862, and to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Jus
tices of the Peace, Aldermen, and Constables of the said
county of Dauphin, that they be then and there in their
proper persons, at 10' Welook in the torenoon of said
day, with their records, lunalsitious, examinations,
and their own remembrances, to do those things
which to their office appertains to be done, and those
who are bound in recognizance:a to prosecute against the
prisoners that an or shall be in the Mire Dauphin coun
ty, be then and there to prosecute against them as shall
be just.
Given under my hand, at Harrisburg, the Mb day of
October, in the year of our Lord, 1862, and In the
eighty.slith year of the independence of the United States.
• J. D. BOAS Shade
&MUM% Onto
Harrisburg, Oct. 1852. f oc2o.4lllwtd
FAVORABLE WEATHER
FOR setting out Strawberry Plants is now
here. The season is just the right one.
Plants set out now will be well rooted and
grow considerably Wore winter, and will
produce a tolerable crop next summer.
The best varieties, at fair prices, at Keystone
Nursery. JACOB 1113 H.
Oct. 13, 1862.
• PE&OH TAKES
OR selectkinds, strong, stocky and vigorous,
two years old, at Keystone Nursery, Har
risburg.
Oct. 13, 1862.
1 - . IIIBRIOATING Oil for all kinds of ma.
by
JLA °Maw es,
NICHOLS k, in convent packag t BOWMAN, or ease very low
jel9 Oornor Front and Market street.
SODk Biscuit, City Crackers, justreoeiv--
as and for moo by Corner ftoa ongtocu imwmA t i,
Wad Narks% Medi.
Nun 2buntistmtnts.
ALBUMS FOR 24 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 80 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 40 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 60 PHOTOGRAPHS
To Twenty-live Dollars
frIMIPPIANI;isoM
A RARE CHANCE
PROOI,AMkTION:
Nan 2butrtimemtnts.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine
have been taxe i their utmost to produce this best ,
most per lent purgative which is lino an to WAIL
Innuot
erable proofs are show • chit these Puss have virtues
which serrate' In excelleu.:e the ordinary medicines, and
that they win unprecedeuteuly up et the esteem of all
men. They are safe cud pleasant to take, but powerfel
t o cure. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital
activities of the body, remove the obstructions of its
Organs, purify the blood, and expel disease. They purge
out the foul humors which breed end grow distemper,
stimulate sluggish _r d Bordered orgaus into their natural
action, and Impart healthy tone with eirengtb to the
wool. system. Not only do they cure tee every day
complaints of every body, but also formidabl • and dan
gerous diseases that bsve baffled the best of human
skill. While they produce powerful eaects, they are at
the same time, in diminished doses, the palest and beat
physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar
coated, they are pleastnt to take;
and being purely veg
etable, are free from any risk pf harm. Cures have
been made which surpass belief were they net substan
tiated by EMU of such exalted position and character as
to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent cler
gymen and physicians have lent their names to certify
to the public the reliability of oar remedies, white
others have mat me the assurance a their conviction
that our Preparations contribute immensely to the relief
of my 'filleted, Buffering fellow-men.
The agents below named are pleased to furnish great
our American Almanac, containing directions fur the use
and certificates of their cures, of the following com
plaints :
Oostivneas Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn,Headache arising from a foul stomach, Nan
ma, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain
arising therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of a pputite, ail Dia
eases which require an evacuant me ticiue. They also,
by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure
many complaints which It would not be sum used they
would reach, such as Maness, Partial Blindness, Neu
ralgia and Nervous irritability, Derangements of the
t firer and Kidnap', Gout, and other kindred complaints
arising from a low state of the body or obstruction of Its
functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dialers with soma
other pill they make more profit on dss for Ant's
Pula, and take nothing else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The nick want the beet aid there is for them,
and they should have it.
Pr by Dr. J. C. AYR CO., Lowell, Masa. and
sold b led Druggists everywhere.
Price 25 cane per Box, or 5 boxes ibr
Sold by O.A. Banuvart, D. W. Grose& Co., 0. K. Bal
lar, J. B. Lutz, Dr. Riley, F. Wyatt' and dealers every
whore.
JOHN WISE'S ,
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
TRIED STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
Barriaburp Pa.
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMOIES,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SILT FISH,
And re, etables of ail kinds, brought direct from :he
Eastern Markets, twice a week,unJ porde sied uu i jr my
rsouai supervision, Owe euaddidg in, Cu a better
and cheaper article than any In the market.
Aar Orders from a d,istance attended to promptiy, and
:node delivered to any port ef the city fres of charge.
FRE..-.11 GAGNE') FRUITi constantly on band Give
me a call. (Je26) JOHN WISE.
HAPPINESS OR 'MISERY ?
THAT IS THE QUESTION
, HE Proprietors of the 'PARISIANI CABINET OP WONDKRB, ANATOMY and lilliDl
- have determined regardless of expanse, to Irene
freo, (for the benefit of suffering humanity) POlll of
their moat instructive and i dereating Lemeres an Mar
riage and it. DisquallUcationa, Vorvous &Nifty, Prema
ture Decline of manhood, Indigestion Weakness or 'De
pression, Lou of energy and VaialPewers, the Great So
cial Evils, and those Val Mee whiei remit from -youPt-'
ful %Ides, Excesses 01)fatatity, or lane once of Physi
ology and Nature's Law, These invaluable Lectures
hay. been the means of enfightning she saving thou
sands, and will be forwarded free on the receipt or four
stamps, by addressing SECRETARY Patuaith Causer or
/IMMO= AND NiNDICEINI, 568 Broadway, New TCWIt.
jel9-sly
GLuRIOUS NEWS.
PICTURIS TAKEN AT REDUCED RATES.
lIHE undersigned has fitted up a new
and lyleudid
PHOTOHRIPH AND AMBROTYPE GALLERY
In Third street, opposite the Patriot and Union once,
where be will furnish his patrons with very superior
pictures at reduced rates. Call and ser for yourselves.
sept2o dims A. S. BLACK, Artist.
PLUM THEFR,
I N variety, at Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg
Oct. 13, 1862
ENGIOR wALNuT TREES
A T Keystone Nursery, adjoining the city
Oct. 18, 1862
SPANISH CdESTNIIT TREED
A T Keystone Nursery, adjoining the city
Oct. 18, 1862
DROWN sugars of all grades, for sale
bar, by NICHOLS At BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streeta.
SUGAR cared hams, just received alid
tor sale, by Nicaas & BOWMAN,
sep 1T Cor. Front and Market string.
THE UPdegrove Lock Property, Unlit
grocery and Rockville House, situated five miles
above Rarrigniro is now cared for sale. See adver
tisement in Wee+ or apply to
aulB
riIHE largest and most extensive assort
-1 aunt of ghee in the city, jest recoirei, sad for
ale very knr, by NIOHOL3 B Jo , o tot,
awe Oorner Front and Market Ames.
JUST RECEIVED.
31ALARGE ASSORTMENT at Family
Bibles et ditileam swipe of binding, at 90c, 61 26
$ 2 , $ B , lik lie and ale Also Pocket Bibles -of di i •
• ereall saylee mid prices at SOILEIVER'd Booliattirc
febl6-y
EVERGREEN TREES,
UF all desirable varieties, at the Keystone
Nurseries.
or The weather and season are favorable,
and theeshould be planted as soon as possible.
0ct..1801962. J. MISII.
NEW. mackerel, in halves, guar tore or
kits, jug,' received, And for ludo low, by
NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market st,ette
at[29
6.000 POUNDS Extra Prime tiagif
Oured Elamo for 88i8 very :ow whole:o3e
or retail by WM. a•Ch, Mt.. it CIO,
O F
all sizes, patterns and prices, just
Ur received mud for sale by
WIC DOOR, Jr , & 00
COLD PENS I—The lirgest and best
%A stook, from 81.00 to $4.00 , -warrontoo— fi t
n2O MUM 8 800103T0.88.
T MONS, raisons, cocoanuts &c., jusi
IA received sod for sale by
NIONOLS & BOWMAN,
(km Wrest and Market streete.
EMI
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