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morning Edition without extra charge.
Wednesday Afternoon, October 29, 1892.
Of all Linde attended to.
Attorney at Law.
Office : Ti.ird Street, Harrisburg, Pa. [0271y.
DONN DOWN. —The Patriot, this morning, ac
knowledges thst it misrepresented the facts in
the late stabhi g case, and hence spoils the
sensation which it imagined it started' for
si those of its cotemporaries who are always
ileady to gobble up anything horrible on the
Maw Faavn.—Five dollar bills, purporting to
be issued by the Clinton Bank of Pennsylvania,
are in circulation. The notes are altered from
the broken Clinton Bank of Maryland, are well
engraved and have a railroad train on upper
centre. There is no bank of that name In Penn
Srowitio POTATOES. —As many of our farmers
and gardeners are now stowing away their win-
ter supply of potatoes, the following hints on
the subject from a correspondent of the Scien- '
tific American may prove of use. The writer
says he has tried it four years and that it has
proved a sovereign remedy, not having lost a
bushel in that time after they were harvested,
though in sumo cases they were half diseased
when taken out of the ground. The receipt is
as follows : "Dust over the floor of the bin
with limn al d put about six or seven inches
deep of potatoes and dust with lime as before.
Put in six or seven inches more of potatoes, and
lime again ; repeatiug the operation till all are
stowed In that way. One bushel of lime will
do forty bushels of potatoes, though more will
not hurt them—tike limo rather improving the
flavor than otherwise."
A COURTING EXPEDMON.—Two young men
from the Denys, this county, started on a court
ing expedition to Lancaster county, last Sunday.
While returning home late in the night, in the
"wee small hours," they accidently drove their
blind horse into a cellar, which was in course of
construction, upsetting the carriage and throw
ing the lovers into the mud. They sustained
no personal injury, further than the damaging
of their " Sunday clothes," and a few slight
scratches. Considerable trouble, however, was
experienced in extricating the horse and buggy
from the cellar--they having to tear down a
portion of the wall before the object could be
effected. The next time the boys go a courting
they had better supply themselves with a
lantern, or a pair of bright damsel eyes to light
them on the road. A blind horse and a driver
"blind in love" are bad companions to travel
with on a dark night. We hope to bear a better
account from the " b'hoys" the next time.
Tax TIME for furnishing substitutes expired
yesterday, and thus the market in that busi
ness is closed. Some of the sharp ones made
a profitable enterprise of the matter of fur-
nishing substitutes. We heard of a case
rather interesting, the names of the parties to
which we are not allowed to divulge It is to
this effect: Two young men both attached to
the same lady, and strange to relate, knew of
each other's failing and respected it like men.
One was drafted and the other escaped. They
both met at the house of their lady love, who
offered to arrange the difficulty of their love,
if they pledged themselves mutually to abide
by the decision. An agreement was promptly
and honestly made, when the young lady at:ring
ed to marry the man who had been drafted, provided
the other would offer himself as a substitute. The
agreement was accepted. The substitute offer
ed—and the marriage celebrated within twenty
four i.ours from the time the lady made the
proption.• The parties to this affair will not
object to this notice, while those who are not
cognizant of the romance,may at once commence
inquiry for the names of the heroes and hero
ine This incident is not the strangest which
ham been produced by the force of war, and
yet we must call it a freak of love.
Tim Orr. CHEEK Remsoao.—The history of this
road gives a remarkable specimen of enterprise
and "go-aheadativeness." The road was pro
jected and determined on by the owners of the
oil wells about the middle of the spring of this
year. No time was lost. The capital was at
once subscribed, and the work entrusted to Dr.
Streator, well known from his connection with
the Atlantic and Great Western Railway. Work
was commenced in May, and by the Ist of the
present month the road, twenty-seven miles
long, was completed and turned over to the pro
prietors. We doubt if a parallel to this in dis- ,
patch can be found in the history of railroads.'.
The road was commenced in the midst of a
wood, and none of the usual conveniences for
building railroads brandi fug from other lines
existed in this instance. It was a uew road, in
thomidat of a forest, with which connection
has since been made with other lines. The road
runs from Corry to Titusville, a distance of
twenty-seven miles, running to and along Oil
Creek, terminating at the above named town.
At Cony it connects with the Philadelphia and
Brie railroad for Erie and the west, and also
with the Atlantic and Great Western railroad
from New - York direct. One passenger and one
freight train will run daily at present, but from
present appearances the business of the road will
speedily demand an increase of freight trains.
The wells on 011 Creek are now producing and
preparing for market over five thousand barrels
of oil daily, and most or all this will probably
seek a market over the Oil Creek Railroad.
By menu of this road the great oil regions
can be reached without the difficulty and =-
plum:linen hitherto experienced.
tletittopluattta eatl ! ettgraph,l ttlebnrobao 'Afternoon October 29, 18b2
A Nsw COUNIIIRMT.-A counterfeit five
dollar note on the Farmer's and Mechanic's
Bank of Kent county, Md., has been recently
put in circulation, and is so well executed that
it may deceive the unwary. The centre cut
represents the interior of a blacksmith -hop,
with the smith workii gat the anvil Two
horses are being led into the door In the
right corner there is'a vignette of a female, and
in the left a representation of a sailor holding
a sextant. Quite a number of them, we under
stand, have been circulated.
Daarres Comma Bottom. Tzkortans.—The
Governor has received authority from the
War Department to discharge County Superin
tendents and teachers from the draft, and has
authorized the State Superintendent . f Common
Schools to give notice that if any teachers have
been drafted they will be discharged on for
warding to the Department of Common Schools
a certificate Figned by the president and secre
tary, or a majority of the members of the board
of directors, stating the fact that their with
drawal from their schools at the present time
would be injurious to the cause of education.
An advertisement, in another column of to
day's paper, contains full instructions how to
proceed to obtain a discharge, to which we ril
-1 fer all who may be interested.
Tam UMBRILLL.—This article, which has been
allowed to slumber in quiet nooks for a long
time, was brought out Sunday and displayed
on our streets in profusion. Speaking of the
umbrella, being in search of an item for a dull
day, we have been led to investigate the history
of this strange article, and find that it has been
used from a very remote antiquity, as is evi
dent from carvings and representations found
among ancient ruins of Persia, Arabia and
China. Nevertheless it was not used by men
in England until during the last century, and
it is said that Jonas Hanaway, who died in
1786, was the first person who used an umbrel
la in the streets of London. Even at that late
period, a man carrying an umbrella was an ob
ject of ridicule, and excited the jeers of the
people by his "effeminacy." Previous to the
introduction of umbrellas, the hackney-coach
was the shelter of unfortunate pedestrians who
happened to be caught in a shower ; but it was
customary, after their introduction, to keep
a single umbrella at each of the coffee-houses,
which, in cases of emergency, was lent, together
with a boy to carry it.
Tao JEWELRY BIIEINESE.-It may seem strange
to some of our readers that a few of those em
ployments whose success would seem to depend
rather upon luxury than comfort or necessity
should at present be flourishing. Among these
employments may be mentioned the jewelry
business. To be sure, some of the artisans in
this branch have turned their attention to
other pursuits, and workmen who once manu
factured jewel cases and other articles of a like
type, have modified their trades to something
more suitable to this war-like era. Still, jew
elers, some of them at least, are doing a babi
nem, and the fact may in part be accounted for
as follows : The government work has employ
ed a very great number of poor people, most of
whom are women or young girls. These belong
to a class which proverbially spends as fast as it
gets. They are more fond of show than of
humble and homely comforts, and think, fool
ishly, it is true, that a glittering bauble is
worth intrinsically more than a thick shawl or
stout shoes. Consequently, with their wual
improvidence, they have made a rush for trin
kets. Rings, brooches, ear-rings, have been in
demand, and, we presume, nose jewels would
also be in the market were uncivilised fashions
permissible. We would not have it inferred,
however, that the poorer classes have been the
only patrons of gold and gems. Another class
exists, which would bemoan the dearth of pearls
and rubies as much as its menials would miss
cast-off clothes and other perquisites. The
beauty has no thought of foregoing the bracelet
or the necklace, the diamond ring or the tur
quoise clasp. All classes thus influence and
interwork with each other. It is necessary
that this should be so, and though extravagance
is to be deprecated equally, in both rich and
poor, still there is in these expenditurea, as in
all human actions, a certain law, which must
and will obtain, and which, in the end, equal
izes the actions of each individual with those
of every other.
LADIES' UNION REMY ASSOOIATION. —The la
dies named will send to the reception room,
(Dr. Bailey's) by 114 o'clock,
On Thursday October 30—Stewed chicken.
Mrs. A. (1. Curtin,
" Levi, Wolfinger,
" W. Hummel,
" Reuben Hale,
" R. F. lielker,
" Martha Rounsfort. " I. M. Kelkei,
" J. C. Kunkel.
TO 'VISIT Tfl 11011PITALI.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Hrs. Dr. Fager, _ A.. H. Bigler,
Mrs. Hamilton Alricks
TO SERVE AT RECEPTION ROOM AT 91- O'clock A. M .
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Miss Annie Miley, Mies Mary Boyer.
To serve at room (Rummel 9linger) to receive and
fill out requisitions. From 144 to 12 o'clock
A. N., and from 1 to 8 o'clock P. if.
Wednesday and Thursday—Mrs. J. F. Seiler.
Friday and Saturday—Miss Martha Elder.
A Moon Eureausinssur.—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 challenges 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
I the public. to visit the new building and exam
' Ins the extensive stock, whether they purchase
I or not.
Tllll BOUNTY FUND.—The following reports
the Auditing Committee on the part of the pen
pie, and of the Commissioners on the pelt of
the county, present the evidence of the Idthful
disbursement of the amount of mono placed in
the hands of Rudolph F. Kelker, Treasurer of
the Bounty Relief Fnod. The amount disbursed
was very large, while the character of the re
ceipts and disbursements at once required that
care and attention which must accompany all
financial operations to secure their success In
this Mr. Kelker has been eminently successful.
The adjustment of his account corroborates the
high character he has ever borne as a man of
integrity and business. In the name of the
people of this city and county, therefore, we
tender him the honorable acknowledgments
which his patriotic and laborious services so
justly deserve :
Rudolph F. KeLker, Treasurer of the Military Bounty
Fund, collected from Citizens of Harrisburg and
vicinity, in account with the Committee. of said
To amount received of folloarhag persons, from
August 22, 1862, to Sept. 16, 1862, Mein
Rev. F. Moore 26 00
Mr. Morris 10 00
Hon. Jno. B. Rutherford 60 00
Abner Rutherford 50 00
Gov. A G. Curtin 200 00
Henry Thomas 100 00
T. J. Burnet 5 00
From W. S. Rutherford,
the subscriptions of per
sons connected with the
State Lunatic Hospital:
Ellen Cole .
Marg't 0' Hagan.
' Pat. Cunningham
Hugh R. Potts
S. Swindell, Jr
Mary A. Wilt
K C. Ginginger
W. P. Craig,
S. Swindell, Sr
Previously received and
By cash paid as follows:
Aug. 6. to 6 members,
Capt. Asbury Awl's C 0.4,800 00
Aug. 9. To 98 men of
Capt. W. W. Jenning's
Co. 4,900 00
Aug. 12. To 100 men of
Capt. J. Wesley Awl's
Co 6,000 00
Sept. 20. To 68 men en
. listed in Old and New
Regiments in Oavalry
and Infantry service—
in all 2,900 00
Oct. 16. To Theodore F.
Scheffer for printing and
for Ledger, the balance
remaining on hand
RUDOLPH F. KELKER,
Treasurer Military Bounty Fund.
Harrisburg, Oct. 28, 1862.
Efsznisscao, Oct.'2B, 1862.
We, the undersigned, members of the Mill
ary ounty Food Committee, do hereby cer
tify that minima audited and examined these
count of Rudolph F. Belker, Treasurer of said
Committee, and that we find it correct and ap
prove of the shme.
(Signed) T. ALLEN HAMILTON, Pr.s.,
GEO. J. SHOEMAKER, Sec'y,
D. W. GROSS.
Rudolph F. Sather, in Account with the Commissioners
of Dauphin County in the matter of the Bounty And:
August 12, 1862.—T0 the order of
the Commissioners of Dauphin
county, one for the sum of twenty
nine thousand four hundred dol
lars, and the other for the sum
of six hundred dollars, upon John
L. Bpeel, Treasurer of said county,
making together the sum of thirty
thousand dollars, to be appropria.
ted by R. F. Kelker, in paying
Bounty to Volunteers In the army
of the United Btities, according to
the resolution's of said Commis
sioners dated August 12, 1862... 880,000 00
Mrs. W. M. Kerr,
" E. C. Williams,
" David Mumma,
" Eliza McCormick
" A. Bombaugh,
August 12, 1862.—8 y cash paid 96
men of Capt. J. Henderaon's
Company, four thousand seven
hundred and fifty dollars, per pay.
roll $4,760 00,
August 13. By cash paid 96 men of .
Capt. Alleman's Company, four
thousand eight bundled dollars,
per pay roll $ 4 , 800 00
August 14. By cash paid 93 mei) of
Capt. Jeremiah Rohrer'sCompany,
four thousand six hundred and
fifty dollars, per pay roll 64,650 00
August 15. By cash paid 83 men of
Capt. J. J. Ball's Company, four
thousand one hundred and fifty
dollars, per pay roll $4,160 00
August 23. By cash paid 41 men of
Capt. J. R. Smith's Company, two
thousand and fifty dollars, per pay
roll 62,060 00
September 6. By cash paid Ann
Boalds,per order of John Boalds, a
private of Capt. Alleman'sCompa
ny, who was ill when his company
left Harrisburg, and did not then
receive his Bounty
By balance in hand due the county
of Dauphin, nine thousand five
hundred and fifty d011ar5..... 69,560 00
Received September 16, 1862, of Rudolph F.
Renor, the sum of Nine thousand five hundred
and fifty dollars, the balance due on above
account to Dauphin county, and which is in.
fall of all demands whatsoever.
JOHN S. BPBBL,
/remora of the assay of Dauphin
We, the nndereigned, Jacob Behm, Eisprge
Garverich and Henry Moyer, Comndadowal of
the county of Dauphin, do hereb y certify that
we have examined the above stated account of
Rudolph F. Kelker, our agent in the mutter Of
the Bounty Fund, that we have found it correct,
and a balance due us of nine thous 113 d five hun •
dred and fifty dollars,and the said Rudolph ; F.
Keliter, having paid over said balance in full to
John L Spuel, Treasurer of .Dauphin county, as
per his receipt ou this paper, we, the the afore
said Commissioners,do hereby rel ease, acquit and
forever discharge the said Rudolph F. Kelker,
his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns
01 atd from all actions. snits payments, claims
and demands whatsoever, for or by reason
Witness our hands and the seal of Dauphin
county, this 16th day of September, A D. one
thousand eight hundred and slaty-two.
Oily of Harrisburg, aunty V Dauphin, as. •
Personally appeared before me a Justice of the
Peace in and for said county, the above named
Jacub Rehm, George Garverich and Henry
Moyer, Eequires, Commisaouers of the county
of Dauphin, and acknowledged the above cer
tificate and release to be their act and deeds to
the end that the same may be recorded as snob
according to law. Witness my hand and Seal
this sixteenth day of September, one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-two
HENRY HEADER, (L. 5 )
Tulin of the Peace.
Dauphin aunty, Si.
Received September 17th, 1802, in
L S.. the office for recording of deeds, &c.,
in and for.said county in miscellane
ous book G, page 110, &c. In.testimony where
of I have hereunto set my hand and seal
of office at Harrisburg, the day and yeat afore
The undersigned would respectfully inform
those who are afflicted with Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia, Cow umption of Liver and Kidney,
Coughs, Fevers, and all diseases arising from
impurity of the blood, that she ie 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 Ryes, Frozen Feet and Piles. References
can be furnished as to their wonderful efficacy,
whenever called upon. There need be no ap
prehension in regard to my competency to ad
minister it, air I have had it on hand for the
past six. years. As they are now sold at reduced
prices, no *oily should be without them over
night. They can be had at any time at my
residence, in Pine street, between Second and
Front. (anl3•dlm) MRS. L. BALL
Mail. BALL lam 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 thr , e months. I take
pleasure in recommending it to all my friends,
as I am certain it is a sure cure.
REV. 0. W. LANDRETH,
Mount Joy, Pa., Oct. 18, 1862.
Wa nevi received a large assortment of hoop
skirts, from 76c. up to $2 60. A large mod
meat of linen and needlework collars, and col
lars anesleeves, at ail prices. White cambrics,
jacconetts, nantucks, brilliants, and plain and
figured Swiss muslin, at all prices. The finest
lot of embroidered French cambric brands ever
brought to Harrisburg—of Infant's waists we
keep a large assortment. Indies' and gentle
men's linen pocket handkerchiefs, ladies' stock
ings, gentleman's one half hose, and children's
stockings of all descriptions and prices. Twenty
pieces of carpet to be sold cheap. Kentucky
Jeans, sattingttu and caseimeres for men and
boy's wear. We received 60 dozen suspenders,
at 411 pricps. 60 dozen cotton handkerchiefs,
with borders, and a great many other notions
and small wear. S. Limy.
17,116 . 05
93 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
3E :" IL. sW . C:0 gni sr
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the best
makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE REM' MANUFACTURED INSTRU
VENTS, FROM s4b to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeous, Flutes,
Fifes, Dsums, Etllljod, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in pliers!.
TILE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
baud. Music sent by until to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
Suitable for looking glassee, and all Muds of
picturee al waye on hand.
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
IR E WEST CHESTER ACADEMY
J. AND MILITAY INSTITUTE, AT WEST
CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA, will commence
the winter term or five calendar months on the lst of
NovenAbernext. The course of 11.struetlen le thorough
and extensive, desinged end arreuged to prepare boys
and young men for kindness or college. The principal,
who devotes all him lime ti the intsresta of his gain el
and its pupils, Is assisted by eight cauttemen or ability
and experience. The Our man, french c ad Spanish
languages are taught by native resident teachers, an
advantage which will be readily appreciated by the
patrons of the institution:
The Military Department Is under the Marge at Maier
G. Sakendorff, of Philadelphia, whose qua/ideation' for
the position are extensively known. Its duties and
requirements do not, in any way interfere with the
literary departments, while enrolment among the cadet
corns is lett optional.
For eatolougo kc., apply to
septlimeoarn W if. P. - WYE 4S, A, W., Principal.
HARRIS MANSION FOR SALE.
rEIS handsome property recently °con—
pied by the Pit +NsYLVANIS FMMALH C +UWE
is offered for Bala. It is well suited either for a private
Bei/dome or a Harding Echoed, being suppled with gas,
water, bath toms, heater, range, etc. The grounds
contain valuable fruit Trees and illuubbery. The plisse
will be sold low and possession given within reasonable
time. For ter me, &c., apply to.
MRS. B. S. WAUGH, or
Dli W. H. BULB
titecutors rl hatate of Her, H. H. Waugh, deo'd-deodli.
AL LiiitiE ASEIORTIdENT of Family
. biro* 01 dna:rout otyloa of abiding, at 908, 21 21
a , fa, Sa, $4, $6 and $lO Also Pookat Bibles oral
areatakylaa and price at 80111117.61t'88001i.t0141.
DR NERVING jars, fruit cam of all
~Ligus, mg? tiffaxat apeman;
Corm Met mulMorkot It tots.
JNO. RINGLLND, Recorder
To the Afflicted.
A fine seetatment of beat plated
98 Market street
144 RUBIA MILLS. 144
144 Greene Street, New York City-
put up In tin MI Pound papers, 48 in a box, and in
bulk. Our prices raage from Bto 80 cents. We put up
the fo' 'owing kinds:
JAVA, R&RACAIDO, SLIP. RIO, RIO AND
We bel eve our Coffee to be better than any ground
Coffee now in use. All orders addressed to us, or to
our agents, Messrs. Puns ik Yoram, 182 Chambers
Street, cor. Washington Street, New York Oily, and
Nears. POLIAND & Desna, 181 and 101 South Wter
treat, Chicago, Li., will receive prompt attention.
PURE CALIFORNIA WINES
FOR MEDICAL USF,
CALIFORNIA HOCK WINE,
CALIFORNIA PORT WINE,
CALIFORNIA ANGELICA. WINE,
CALIFORNIA MUSCATEL WINE,
CALIFORNIA GRAPE BRANDY.
The attention of Invalids is particularly called to
these wines. They are equal to the best of Ruropee.n
wines and guaranteed pure. For sale at
octal. KRIZERId DRUG Man , 91 Market -1.
PUBLIC - SALE
THOROUGH-BRED DURHAM CAULK
WE will offer at public sale, at 1 o'clock,
ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31ST,
On the Fair Grounds of the York County Ag
ricultural Society, York, Pa., slings and select
Embracing animals of Both Sexes, from three
months to four years age, and
all of the best blood.
Full information and Pedigree will be given
on application, or can be obtained on the
grounds, at time of sale.
EDW'D. J. EVANS, York, Pa.
FOR THE SOLDIERS,
A. N at O a rili a E N k E t ßlTAtni r o t or nt just TOIi cu na Cn a n s e
■zpressly manufactured for the soldiers.
POCKET INK STANDS'
PENCILS, PENS AND
OF EVERY VARIETY,
STEINWAY'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS,
Princes Melodeons do.,
'VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES, FIFES, AC
CORDEONS, DRUMS AND MUSI
Of every kiud.
HOWE'S, SEWING MACHINES,
Large Pier and Mantle Mirrors,
Photograph Prams and Album.
at the New Natio Store of SILAS WAND,
aut/4 GI N 0.112, honk' Third Street, &bore Martel.
A RARE CHANCE
FOR A BUSINESS MAN
filaß canal grocery store and Rockville
House -known u the Updegreve Lock Property,
situated Ave muss above Harrisburg, fronting east on
the Pi ausylvatila Canal sad west on the suequellea ea
river road, will Its aid If applies for sun.
The grocery stare, It not the way best stand on the
due of the al; t , only equaled by one other. large
new barn liable has • many been built, sOtbst each
bashkeeni can be hewed up separately. Also pieoty of
sheds, is y houses, corn crib, two store houses for &alit,
ice house, hay scales, and indeed every convenience
that is necessary for carrying on the business. The
place le within three hundred yards of the Rockville
depot ,on the Pennsylvania railroad, and Dauphin and
Schuylkill railroad also. Persons wishing to purchase,
pieue apply on the oreudtes, to
COAL 1 COAL ! COAL ! •
11HE subscriber ie prepared to deliver to .
the citizens of Harrisburg, pure
LYEENS VALLEY AND WILKESBARRE
Coals, eithrr by the car, boat load, or Anew tom, at the
lowest market prinei going. Order. left at my aloe, 4th
and Haricot., will be punctually attended ie.
Harrisburg, 5ept.30,1862. ae3o-d6w
PEIPIIER'S DAILY LINE !
. BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA,
Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, Wilifamsport, Hu
ey, Uniontown, Watsontown, Hilton,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Ban
bury, Trcverton, Georgetown,
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located, the
Drayage will he at the Lowest Rates, The Conductor
goes through with each triton to attend to the safe de
livery of all goods Intruded to oho line. Goods deliver
ed attbe Depot of
Freed, Ward k Freed, 811 Marton street, Philadelphia,
by 5 o'clock, P. M., will be delivered in Harrisburg the
freight Always as Low as by Any Other
• Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
octal-at Foo of Market direct, Harrisburg.
:45 LDS: 411611.84.
For sale in mall or large quantities by
GEO. D. PARRISH,
oct2B•dlw 812 Chestnut St., Phila.
WE have received an atwortment of Wal
lets adapted for carrying safely and con
veniently the New Currency, with lot of
LEATHER GOODS GENERALLY.
ladies' Satchels, Ladies' Companions Purses,
Portmoutudes &gar Cases, Card Ca s es, Wri
ting and Sewing Cases, Portfolios.
SELLER'S DRUG STORE, 91 Market St. •
[ 00 for all kinds 01 ma.
14 chianti, in oosveaka e, for sale very low
Nl= & BOWMAN,
Cursor host sud Masted street.
A SMALL lot of extra, just received and for
a. sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
ARMY DRAMATIC COMPANY.
Prices of Admission 50 and 25 Ms.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL.
Walnut Street,below State. Capital iotal.
Beat Regulated and I:',liespetit 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 REPU
TATION already acquired for We
Mammouth Plaoe of Amusettent,
we feel a just pride in announcing for this
week, commencing October 27th,
MISS EMMA. MILES,
THE GREAT FRENCH DANSEUSE,
Will make her that appearance this evening
the Eminent Etheopian Comedian and Great
Tamboriniat ; and
the Champion Jig Dancer of America and Ec
centric Comedian ; in connectiou with the
on the American Stage,
MISS KATE FRANCIS, • -
MISS LIZZIE FRANCIS,
sod MISS KATE ARCHER ;
and the American Nightingales
MISS MOLLIE FIELDING,
and MISS J - 1:1LL& EDWARDS ; also
WEBER'S SPLENDID ORCLIRSTRA.
To conclude every evening with the great
FEMALE SCENE OF MINSTBELSBY.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 7%.
808 ED W and Manager•
UNCLE TO MY, of the Backtaila, Boperintoncl.ntj
PENNSYLVANIA SS :
In the Name and by the Authority
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
ANDRI3 W G. CURTIN,
GOVERNOR OF THE MID COMMONWEALTH,
Winausss, It is a good thing to render thanks
unto God for all His mercy and loving kind-
Therefore, I, ANDREW G. CURTIN, Governor
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do re
commend that THURSDAY, THE 27th DAY OF
NOVEMBER NEXT, beset apart by the people
of this Commonwealth, as a day of solemn Prayer
and Thanksgiving to the Almighty :—Giving
Him humble thanks that He has been gracious
ly pleased to protect our free Institutions and
Government, and to keep us from sickness and
pestilence—and to cause the earth to bring
forth her increase, so that tar garners are
choked with the harvest—and to look so favor
ably on the toil of Hid children, that industry
has thriven among us and labor had its reward;
and also that He has delivered us from the
hands of our enemies—and tilled our °facers
and men in the field with a loyal and intrepid
spirit, and given them victory—and that He
has poured out upon us (albeit unworthy) other
great and manifold blessings :
.Beseeching Him to help and govern us in His
steadfast tear and love, and to put into our
minds good desires, so that by His continual
help we may havti a right judgment in all
♦nd especially praying Him to give to Obria-
Ilan chUrches grace to hate the thing which, is
evil, and to utter the teachings of truth 'Sad
righteousness, declaring openly the. whole
counsel of God :
And mist heartily entreating Him to bestow
upon our civil rulers, wisdom and earnestness
in council, and upon our military leaders, seal
and vigor in action, that the fires of rebellion
may be quenched—that we, being armed with
His defence, may be preserved from all perils,
and that hereafter our people, living in peace
and quietness, may, from generation to genera
tion, reap the abundant fruits of His mercy,
and with joy and thankfulness praise and mag
nify His holy name.
Given under my hand and the great seal of the
State, at Harrisburg, this Twentieth day of
October, in the year of oor Lord one thoneand
eight hundred and aisty-two, and of the
Commonwealth the eighty-seventh. _
A. G. CURTIN.
BY MI GOVJOINOR.
FAVORABLE M7E/LTBE/it, e
Fell setting out Strawberry Plants is . now
here. The season is just the right 0144 - -
Ilants set out now will be well rooted izei
grow considerably before winter, and - will
produce a tolerable crop next summer.
The beat varieties, at fair prices, at Keystone
Nursery. JACOB, MISR.
Oct. 18, 1862. •
DETERBIVE SOAP, Bffet:ling better
than Harrepods Reinhold Beep, - NM received led
roe ode by NICHOLS as BOWMAN,
Comer From and Market m set.
SPICES of all kinds, whole and ground,
warranted fresh and pare, tor male low by
NICHOLS & HOWMAN,
Come Front and Market Mee&
Reeretary of the anwnotuoasta