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Thursda3 Afternoon, October 30, 1802
Of all kinds attended to.
Office : Third Street, Harrisburg, Pa. [0271y
IT SNOWED IN IkIIDDLETOWN OU Monday last—
so says the Dauphin Journal.
KNOCKED FROM A FFIEIGHT TRAIN. —John
Reese, a fireman on a freight train running out
of Philadelphia, was knocked from the top of a
car, while he was in the act of proceeding from
the engine along the train to examine the
breaks. He was severely cut and injured about
the forehead and face, and was brought to this
city yesterdse , where he is now receiving the
attention of hie family physician.
ON a Svarkr..--The miners In the Broad Top
mines have been on a strike for the past ten
days. They are now receiving fifty cents per
tot, and demand ten cents advance. At fifty
cents per ton, we are informed by persons who
pretend to know, a good miner can make from
$5O to $6O per month without working more
than ten hours a day. Pretty fair wages, we
think, for these war times.
RAILROAD AcOWRNT. The passenger train
east from Pittsburg last night, ran off the track
west of Johnstown, by the switch being ne
glected, but fortunately did no other damage
than that which was done to the cars and the
detention of the train for a few hours.
Another. —On Monday evening last, the ledge
of rocks which projected over the railroad track,
just below the horse-shoe, at Kittanning Point,
fell down upon the track and was run into by
the first through freight train eastward, caus
ing a considerable wreck of cars and killing a
brakeman named Jot•eph Watson. The engi
neer of the train had hi., wrist sprained and the
conductor his ankle injured—neither seriously.
Tux FAMILIES of the drafted men should be
the care of those who remain at home, and our
duty to them should be liberally and generous
ly performed. Many persons have been draft
ed who can illy afford to leave their homes and
and familit s, and some of these have been in
deep distress ever since they have learned their
fate. There are many distressing cases of poor
laborers with large families, and sums with
sickly wives and afflicted children, who will
now probably be left in a destitute condition,
some with scarcely sufficient means to drive
off hunger and cold. With these we sympa
thize, and commend them to the care of their
benevolent and patriotic neighbors, among
whom none will, (we fed assured,) be more
ready and prompt to respond to this call of
duty than the "conscientious" class, upon
whom so much unmerited abuse has been visit
ed. It is a duty resting upon those who are
permitted to remain here, which no one pos
sessing the least generosity, humanity or pa
triotism can vitli omit or overlook. Let or
ganizations be immediately formed everywhere
for the relief of the families of drafted soldiers.
It is time that a movement was made in thi s
ESBISTING Tar Damm—Among some of the
drafted men there is much bluster by certain
parties that they "won't go," "nothing should
make them," etc., and it may be as well to set
before them some of the inevitable consequences
of resistance to the legal action of the Govern
A young mend:mut in St. Louis having re
fused to comply with the requisitions of the lo
cal enrollment measure, was recently arrested
and tried by the military authorities. He was
convicted and sentenced to thirty days' impris
onment in the military prison, after which to
remain thus incarcerated until he furnished a
bond for twenty-five thousand dollars, condi
tioned fur his performance, in the future, of the
enrollment duties. If any of the hinderers,
who are found in all communities, intend acting
as they talk, (which is very doubtful, by the
way,) they had better first take this case into
consideration, and decide whether it will pay to
resist the enforcement of the laws. Besides, re
sistance in any case would be entirely useless,
as the officer can demand the assistance of any
number of dtisens, in case of difficulty. But
we have no idea that any one will thus disgrace
Ws law PROM RELIABLI Souricss that re
cruiting in all sections of the State is unprem
dentedly dull. This is especially the case with
the infantry service. There are several causes
for this. The withdrawal of all bounties except
to those enlisting in the regular army, the hard.
ships of a winter campaign, and the general
gloom which seems to have settled over our
national affairs, all ha;%l exerted an influence
far from beneficial to the volunteer service.
Yet at this time the same necessity exists for
filling up the new regiments that has ever been
in regard to any of the , regiments sent from
this State. More men are needed in the field
to make the Union cause victorious, and to end
the war speedily, they should be sent forward
as soon as possible.
Young men are still by thousands in the rural
districts, and young men by thousands are still
in the cities. They seem to be dead to the in
terests of the Government, and lounge around
indifferent to what the result may be. In the
meantime, our recruiting officers do little or
nothing. Incomplete regiments are in the
camps, and a heavy expense to the government,
because they are not of sufficient force to send
forward to the field. It needs something to
arms such persons to a sense of the duty they
owe to the country and to themselves.
Pennovluanict -10ailp Cdegrapth—lburetta
Tam Zottsvis go into winter quarters to-day,
having erected banks in the room lately occu
pied by them as an armory, in be Exchange.
Arrangements have been made for confining
the prisoners in the fourth story, and the room
lately used for that purpose bas been converted
into a cook viola for the use of the several
BY A CORRESPONDENT from Beaufort, South
Carolina, we have some news from Capt.
Waterbury's company. On the 15th inst. Henry
Hats, of Carlisle, ditd. Lieut. Gutshall hag
been promoted to the Captaincy of Company H,
in the Fifty-fifth regiment, P. T. When this
letter was written, the health of the company
ON PROVOST GUARD Durr.—The companies of
Capt. Wellington Jones, of Schuylkill county,
and Capt. D. W. C. James, of Wayne county,
(Lieut. L. H. Davis, commanding,) have been
detailed for Provost Guard duty, in this city,
in connection with Capt. Asbury Awl. Caput
James and Jones have established a camp on
the ground west of the cotton factory ; and we
congratulate the people of the city on the fact
that men so reputed for soldierly and gentle
manly bearing have been detailed for service in
DEFACING Tare/WRY NOTES. —lt is said that
attempts have been made by dishonest persons
to alter one dollar treasury notes to "tens," by
pasting on the word "ten." Unsuspecting per
sons might take these "raised" bills for their
apparent value, but a slight examination only
is necessary to discover that the face of the note
is dotted with the words "one dollar." There
is also a likeness of Secretary Chase es large as
life, while the genuine tens are honored by the
features t f President Lincoln. Caution, there
fore, is all that Is required to guard agairust
these altered bills, if any are in circulation. As
every one looks upon the "green backs" as
spething that cannot be counterfeited, it Is
quite probable that rascals might take advantage
of this and attempt the alteration spoken of.
IMPORTANT TO BOTCHES; AIIOTIONMERS, &0.-
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has de
cided that, under the new tax law, butchers
who run a wagon through the country, from
which to sell their meat, must take out a ped
lees license for the same. The license is ten
for one, and fifteen dollars for two horses.
It has been also decided that vendee criers
come under the head of auctioneers, and must
take out a license before they can henceforth
cry a single . sale. The price of an auctioneer's
license is twenty dollars.
Hucksters who buy up produce through the
country and sell in towns or cities from their
wagons must take out a pedler's license. If
they haul their produce to the city or town and
sell thence from stalls or tables, 'they are re
quired to take out a dealer's license, providing
their sales reach a thousand dollars annually.
A COWARDLY Placuics.--For some time past,
we have heard it intimated that strong sus
picions were entertained at Headquarters, that
illegal practices existed in relation to the cer
tifloates of discharge issued by the Surgeon
detaD 41 to examine drafted men. Yesterday
the matter was brought in shape before Sur
geon General King, who, after a full investi
gation of the facts, discovered that Examining
Surgeon Whitly had received money from
drafted men in consideration of being furnish
ed with a certificate of inability to serve as
soldiers. Whitly was immediately arrested,
and after a full hearing was promptly discharg
e t - c,a2 - the service. The action of Surgeon
General King is an evidence of the manner in
which he is conducting tha bi* hi s
Department, and was approved at once 'kr the
ROBBING & Mown F. Boyer, the
proprietor of the grocery store at the corner of
Thiri and Chestnut streets, has frequently
missed sums of money from his till, and has
been also as frequently perplexed to discover
the thief. Yesterday the drawer was relieved
of a five dollar note, and this act, so bold and
so sudden, inducA Mr. Boyer to idatitute a
strict surveillance of the store; Not knowing
who to suspect, he was determined to catch the
thief if possible. A young negro named Henry
Smith was in the habit of lounging in the store
during the absence of the proprietor and his
clerk, and when only for a short time, the bo
einem was entrusted to a boy. To-day, at noon,
while this boy was in the cellar, under the store
room, Smith was in the store above, and
managed to reach over the counter and rob the
till, but luckily Mr. Boyer's clerk entered the
store and detected the thief in the act, who at
tempted to make his escape , by flight, but who
was pursued, overtaken and carried before Al
derman Peffer. After a hearing, the negro
Smith was committed to answer at Court.—
There is no doubt that all the money lost was
stolen by Smith.
Tam Mexcrreoress or MOLABOBEI.—" It is an
ill wind that blows no good," is an old proverb,
which was never more verified than during tbis
war. While the rebellion has closed up many
avenues of industry and wealth,, it has caused
others to be opened, which promise even bettet
for the wealth and prosperity of the people.—
The most recent evidence of this fact is furnish
ed by a reference to the now modes lately
brought into requisition in this state for the
manufacture of sugar and molasses. We are
informed that a gentleman : in Lancaster has
raised, on a quarter of an acre of ground, suf
ficient cane to produce eighty-seven galloni of
molasses. The manufacture of molasses in that
section is suit that a mill 'has been kept so
busy this season that increased facilities are ne
cessary,- and another mill is to be erected to
meet the demand. Last year one mill made
over 1,160 gallons, and this year the amount
will reach 2,000, which shows that this matter
is receiving practical attention from our agri
culturists. The manufacture of the molasses
costs the cane-grower about seventeen cents per
gallon, and the article when fit for use is worth
fifty cents. That the mill is worked to its full
capacity may be judged from the het that : In
fourteen days of the present season over eight
hundred gallons of molasses were made. The
ea entiseems to work wcdL _ •
DA.IIIIIIN COIINTY SOLDIERS IN BATrLE IN gIDETE
CAROLINA. —ln the late bloody and gallant atr
tack of the federal soldiers and sailors ou the
Charleston and Savannah railroad, where 41.1Y6
Beauregard was in command, we notice that
some of the most gallant conduct on the occa*
sion was that performed by the men of Dauphin
county. Capt. Waterbury's company distin
guished itself prominently among those who
won high honor on that day, and although he
and his command were in the thickest of the
fray, but one man in his company was wounded,
Corporal William Boone, a resident of this city,
whose injuries are not stated, and to erefore
may infer they were slight.
Lieut. W W. Geety, of this city, of company
H, 47tb regiment P. V., in the same action, is
reported mortally wounded.
Corp. William H. Steckley, of Dauphin, com
pany H, 76th regiment P. V., reported slightly
Ord. Sergt Abraham Abstead, formerly of
this city, company A, 66th regiment P. V.,
From the meagre Wits as published, these are
the only names of men belonging to this coun
ty, that we could discover.
Famotrztvo IttmiszoN, t
WeomeroN, Oct. 28, 1862. I
Two Associate Justices of the Supreme Court
of the United States having been appointed
since the last adjournment of said Court, and
consequently no allotment of the members of
said Court to the several circuits having been
made by them, according to the sth section of
the act of Congress entitled "An ac to amend
the judicial system of the United States, " ap
proved April 27th, 1802, I, Amtenax latootti,
President of the United States, in virtue of said
section, do make an allotment of the Justices
of said Court to the circuits now existing by
law, as follows :
For the First Circuit—Nathan Clifford, Aso
For the Secondeircuit—Samuel Nelson, Asso
For the Third Circuit—Robert C. Grier, As
sociate Justice. •
For the Fourth Circuit—Roger B. Taney
For thi Fifth Circuit—Jamat M. Wayne, As
For the Sixth Circuit—John Catrou, Associate
For the Seventh eircuit—Noah H. Swayue
For the Eighth Circuit—David Davis, Asso
For the Ninth Circuit—Samuel F. Miller,
I, William Thomas Carroll, Clerk of the Su
preme Court of the United States, do hereby
certify that the preceding is a true copy of an
allotment of the Chief Justice and Associate
Justices of said Court filed the day of the date
hereof in the office of said Court.
In testimony whereof, I hereunto subscribe my
name and affix the seal of the Supreme Court
of the United States, the 29th day of October,
in the year of our Lord, 1862.
WM. THOS. CARROLL,
Clerk of Supreme Court U. S.
LADIU UNION RKLIER Assomanoa.—The la
dies named will send to the reception room,
(Dr. Bailey's) by 101 o'clock,
On Friday, Wok" 81—Soup.
Mm. M. C. Orth, Mrs. C. C. Eamon, r
Miss A. Ogilsby, Miss E. R. Reny,
Mrs. D. R. Porter, Mrs. Alex. Roberts,
" Wm. Parkhill, " J. F. Seiler,
" Esther Parkhill, " Mary Stebley,
Heiman, " John Stahl, jr.,
" Dr. Roberts, " Alex. Sloan.
On Saturday, November I—Butter, eggs and
Mrs. S. Singer, Mrs Annie K. Unger,
" Dr. Sailer, " E. J. Unger,
Miss Emma Sample, " Verbeke,
" Mary Shellenberger, " Thos. Wilson,
Mrs. John B. Simons, Miss Annie Warford,
" Ambrose Taylor, Mrs. J. A. Weir,
" Fred. Trace, " W. Q. Wallace,
" John Till.
TO VISIT HIM HOSPITALS.
_ ndiaday, /Vicky and Saturday.
Mrs. - Dr. Eager, kJ_ a :
i t i ....EL . Bigler,
Mo. Hamilton A . ... 7.-!!
TO SNAPS AT RIOSPTION BOOM AT 91 o'cut...-
- Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
?dies Annie Miley, Miss Mary. Boyer.
To serve at room( Runnel 81 Kalitiyial Orem:00ml
fill out rquisitsone. R0m . ..10.1 to 12 o'clock '
A. NE, and from 1 'to 8 o'clock P. M.
Friday and Saturday—Mins Marths Elder.
WHAT Cuanaav SATs.—The proverbial good
feeling and interest that alas between you:11g
men who are associates, will permit harmless
jabs or remarks that would be out of place by
others ; as for instance, Charley approaches his
friend Jim in a confidential way and says, "do
you know that I have just found out why it is
that our friend C. L Bowman (of the cheap dry
goods house of Urich & Bowman) visits Me
chanicaburg so frequently?.Well you see he has
been very assiduous for stone time in the study
of a valuable unabridged work on Natural Ilia
tory, contained Gavin Iteigere private library
at Mechanicsburg, and...l am, informed. this
morning that he has from the .biblical tacks
ing of the second chapter and eighteenth verse
of Genesis, succeeded in obtaining this valuable
stereotyped work.to deans his fortunes through
the various scenes of, -life. Long may he
The undersigned would respectfully inform
those who are afflicted with Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia, Consumption of Liver sod Kidney,
Coughs, Fevers, and all diseases arising from
impurity of tile blood, that she Is prepared to
furnish Mrs. Westhoven's German Vegetable
Medicints,s i t iiery 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 caUed 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, no family should be without them over
night. They can be had at any time at my
residence, in Pine street, between Becond and
Front. (aulB-dlm) MRS. L. BALL.
Mao. Baia, :—I am happy to inform you that
your medicine has been a complete Incases in
curing me of Dyspepsia. Before taking it, my
appetite wed gone, and I could eat nothing
without much distress. My health generally
was bad, and at times I suffered muck from
shortness of breath. Now, I feel like another
man. My appetite is good—l eat hearty three
timee a day without the leut pain, and have
gained four pounds in three months. I take
pleasure in recommending it to all my friends,
as I am certain it la a sure cure.
0. W. LANDRETH,
Mount Joy, Pa., Oct. 18, 1882.
- fERSEY fiAlll--Ten tierces of thee°
joso7 eideltorattouser eared hum mood soli
or Wein base or onsumagniff„
Int. DOOM, & 00.
/Iternoon- ilDctobtr 30, 1862
144- RUBIA MILLS. 144
144reene Street New York City.
GO ERNMENT COPFLE
ru t up in ;In fbil Pound paper; 48 in a box, and in
bulk. a r prices ra: ge from 8 1030 cents. Ws put up
the fo osh4 kinds:
JAYA, irRACAIRO, OUP. RIO, RIO AND
We bel ave our Coffee to be better than al > a I ound
Coffee non In use. All orders addressed to tie, or to
our egerde, Messrs. Item & Yemen, 182 thambere
Street, car. Washington Street, New York City, and
Messrs. hewn & Doses, 181 and 101 South waver
treat, Chicago, lil. , will receive prompt at'entlon.
PIIRE CALIFORNIA WINES
FOR MEDICAL USE, •
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. ItteY are equal to the beet of European
agues and guarahteed pure. For sale at
00t26 KELLER'S DRUG STOIIv , 91 Market "1...
PUB! 10 SALE
THOROUGM-BEED DURHAM CATTLE.
WE will oiler at public Bale, at 1 o'clock,
ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31ST,
On the Fair Grounds of the York County Ag
ricultural Society, York, Pa., a large and select
T HO RO U G H-BRE D
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 applimtion, or can be obtained on the
grounds, at time of sale.
EDW'D. J. EVANS, York, Pa.
FOR THE SOLDIERS,
A NOTHRR new arrtrAirt o
conecingeli a c ui;<aaxsx'a f
• WRITING CASEE.
Bapressly maaefactured for the soldiers.
POCKET INK STANDS'
PENCILS, PENS AND
OF EVERY VARIETY,
STEINWAY'S UNILIVALLED PIANOS,
Princes Melodeon &a,, •
VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES, FIFES, AG
CORDEONS, DRUMS AND MUSI
Of every kind.
HOWE'S - SEWING. MACHINES,
Large Pier and Mantle Mirrors,
Photograph Frames and Albums.
at the New Music Store of SILLS WARD,
au,l4 dly N 0.12, Mirth Third Street, above natant.
A RARE CHANCE
FOR, A BUSINESS NIA.N
iIiARR canal grocery store and Rockville
House; raoin si the Updegrove Look Property,
situated are =ilea'above' -- Ilarrbitrurg, fronting east On
the PI mules** Canal aid west on 'he Sosonehania
river road, will be sold if wile for soon.
The grocery store, it not the vet y t e=t stand on the
line of the repel; is only equaled by one other. A large
new bairn unir,table has recently been built, so that each
boateleam can bA locked up separately. Also plenty of
sheds, hAy houses corn crib, two store houses for grain,
ice house, hai skew, and indeed .L very convenience
that la necessary for carrying on the business. The
place Is within three hundred yards of the Rockville
depot ,on the Pennsylvania railroad, and Dauphin and
'"ouLlitili railroad also. Persons wishing to porches*,
on the premises, to
A QUANTITY OF STATIONERY
JEWELRY, put up in Union Variety Ca
ses, audio Variety Envelopes, the stock re
mailing of the late firm of Coleman & Co. Is
is a first rate chance for any person wishing to
retail them, as they will be sold at a great bar
gale. They will sell very readily about the
camps, and in fact are really cheap and desire
able for any persons at the prices they will be
sold at. I will sell part, or all together. Any
further information will be given upon appli-
Cation to WILLIAM BEVENS,
oct26-dlwo No. 286, Franklin St., Phila.
$5O REWARD will be paid by the un
dersigned for the arrest and convic
tion of the first Pick Pocket caught "plying
his vocation" ..at the Pennsylvania Railroad
Depot. = SAMUNI, D. YOUNG,
oct2B-nlw Sup't. Eastern Div. P. B. R.
NOME TO DE a&LkiitS IN GUNPOW.
• DEB.-11r. James K. Wheeler having
withdrawn from the agency for the sale of our
Gunpowder in Earrisburgove have appointed
Major David M'Cormick our agent, who will
be prepared to furnish all Mr. Wheeler's outiL
turners tut usual.
E. L DUPONT DE NEKOUR it co
EInixotaIIEIIIWPOINEINYLVANIA Marna, t
HASID/BORG, Oct. 28th, 1862. j
GENERAL ORDER t
Captain B. Spent:lir Miller's battery is reliev
ed from further service at present, the emer
gency on account of which it was called for
The Commander-in-Chief deems it proper to
express to Captain Miller and his officers and
men, his sense of the promptness and zeal
which they have evinced on this
occasions in the service of the State. By order
of A. CUETIN,
Governor and Cominander-in-Chief
A. L. Bunn,
Adel. General Pennsylvania. 0ct2948t
JON +' ' 3 HOUBE,
'OMR P. McCIALiN, PROPIIIITOR
(ascurryr =sworn Irr WELte OMIRLT.)
Thie o Finn Mos Hotel. and- boated. ,in the central .
plat of the atty. It is kept In the beet ressuset, sad HS
Petrel win ADS ovary aoanotoooatiOn to be -met with to
Ms best booms in the oeeeti7. -
TLBBB & ?LLCM.
01. P. HENRY
- _ A I,ID
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
ARMY DRAMATIC COMPANY.
Hoes of Admission 60 and 25 Cts.
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 REPU
TATION already acquired for this
Mammouth Place of Amusement,
we feel a just pride in announcing for this
week, commencing October 27th,
MISS EMMA MILES,
THE, GREAT FRENCH DANSEUSE,
Will make her first appearance this evening
he Eminent Etheopian Comedian and Great
Tamboriniet ; and
the Champion Jig Dancer of America and Ec
centric Comedian ; in connection with the
on the American Stage,
MISS KATE FRANCIS,
MISS LIZZIE FRANCIS,
and MISS KATE ARCHER ;
and the American Nightingales
MISS MOLLIE FIELDING, •
and MISS JULIA EDWARDS ; also
WEBEB'S SPLENDID ORCHESTRA.
To conclude every evening with the great
FEMALE SCENE OF MINSTRELSEY.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 7.3 i.
808 EDWARD 4 ,BoIe Lams and Manager
UNCLE. TO MY, • lag of the Bucktails, Sapprintandent
in the Name and by the Authority
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
ANDRE; W G. CURTIN,
GOVERNOR OF THE SAID COMMONWEALTH.
Wasaass, It is a good thing to render thanks
unto God for all His mercy and loving kind-
Therefore, I, Asnazw G. CURTIN, Governor
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do re
commend that THURSDAY, THE 27 thDAY OF
NOVEMBER NEXT, be set 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 our garners are
choked with the harvest—and to look so favor
ably on the toil of His children, that industry
has thriven among IA and labor had its reward;
and also that Ho has delivered us from the
hands of our enemies—and tilled our officers
is the geld with a loyal and intrepid
victory—and that He
- --chti other
has poured out upon us (albeit tinny..
great and manifold blessings :
Beseeching Him to help and govern us in His
steadfast (ear and love, and to put into our
minds good desiies, so that by His continual
he , p we may have a right judgment in all
And especially praying Him to give to Chris
tian churches grace to hate the thing which is
evil, and to utter the teachings of truth and
righteousness, declaring openly the whole
counsel of God :---
And nn4st'hesitily entreating Him to bestow
upon our civil rulers, wisdom and earnestness
in council, and upon our military leaders, zeal
and vigor in. action, that the firm 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 our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty- tw ), and of the
Commonwealth the eighty-seventh.
Br THE Go'guar=
&weary the eif Unnonmeffilth
FOB setting out Strawberry Plante is now
here. The meson ie just the right one.—
Plants set out now will be well rooted and
grow considerably before winter, and will
produce a tolerable crop next summer.
The beet varieties, at fair prices, at Keystone
Nursery. JACOB MISH.
Oct. 18, 1862.
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
Was Harrlsott's Household Soap, just secelved and
for aide by NICHOLS k BOWMAId,
Corner irront. and Market streets
QPIOSS of all kinde, whole and ground,
warranted two& mid pare ;or !all, low 11.
sep a2 coma Mat and Mutat struts.
Apex's Cathartic Pills.
91HE .ciouce. of Chemistry and Medicine
have been taro! tb-ir utmost to produce thin best,
11:m4 per eet
purgative which is km on to man. Innum
erable proofs are stow that these PILLS have virtues
which surpass in esistien the ordinary medicines, and
that they win unpreeedeeteely up h th 3 esteem of ail
men. They are safe sod pleasant to take, but poweribli .
to euro. 1 heir penetrating proper ties stimulate the vital
activities of the body, remove the obstructiow of its
organs, purify the bin iu, and expel disease. They purge
out the foul humors which brew and grow distemper,
stimulate sluggish r d e irdered organs mo their natural
action, and imp yr healthy tone with strength to the
wmit ,, system Not only do they cure th every day
complaints of every body, but also lorandabi i and den
gerous diseases that have baffled the beet of human
skill. While they proloco powerful effects, they are at
the same time, in diminished doles, the oiliest and best
physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar
coated, the are pleas int to take; and being purely rag
etable, are free from any risk of harm. LIMP bare
been made which surpass belief were they not subsian_
tinted by men of such exalted positim and character am
io forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many enninen: cler
gymen and physicians have lent their names to certify
to the public the reliability • f our rein dice, while
others have twat me the ateurauce t..f their COIifiCSTO
that our Preparations contribute immensely to the Teller
of my &Mired, suffering fellow-men.
The agents below named are pleased to tunnel gratis
our emeririn almanac, containing direction. for ibe use
and eertiti. ates of their cures. of the foikwing com
Costivnees, Bilious 0. mplaints, beumatism, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headache arisiug from a foul stomach, Nau
sea, Indigestion, Morbid inact'on of the Bowel.; and Pain
arising therefrom, Flatulency, Lots of A ppetite, sit Dis
eseem hieh require an e. art am medicine. They aleo,
ny purifying the blood and stimu aung the a) et to, cure
many complaints which it would not be stir need they
would reach, such as lie dines, Partial Blinone-s, Neu
ralgia and . Nervous Irritability, Derangemenut of tile
leer awl /Miley., Gout, au other aiutired complaints •
arising from a low state of the body or obstractioo of its
Do not be put off by unpriocipled dealers with acme
other pill tbermake m ,re profit on. Ask for Assn's
MA and take nothing else. No otter they can give
ion compares with tini in ire intrinem value or curative
powers. The slok want the best aid there is for diem,
and they should have it.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYltil & CO., Lowell, Mass. and
sold by Druggists everywt ere.
Price 2b cents per Box or 6 boxel tbr $l.
Sold by C A. Ban vast, D. W. Gross& Co., C. IC
ler,J. st. Lutz, Dr Miley, F. Wyeth nod dealers every
Work . Promised in One
P El y 1.117 IS I A
ST R&M DY ET EST AB LIS HMENT
104 Marvel `v, eet &omen t h, and sth,
1.,4 HERE every description of Ladies'
If and Gentlemens' armei:te, Mese Golds, &c., arc
Dyed. Clammed end ept
inri thc best manner end at
the shortest notice f X4DGIE aray.;
HEREAS, the Honorable JOHN J.
Matson, President of the Court of Common
Pte.* in the Twelfth Juoicial District, consisting of the
emirates of Lebanon and Dauphi ii, and the Hon. SAnu
vd. LANDS and Hon, Mow B. YoUND, Associate Judges in
Dauphin county, having issued tneir precept, bearing
date the 6th day of October, 1862 to me directed, for
holdings Court, of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail
Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace at Harrisburg.
for the county of Dauphin, and to COMMobee ON Tag 2D
MONDAY DR NOVENINIR NeXT being the 'Urn DAY OF NO
VEKEFYI. 1862 ,and to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coronor, 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 o'clock in the Loretto= of said
day, with their records, inquisitious, exaniinatiais,
and their own remembi ances, to do those things
which to their office appertains to be aone, and these
who are bound in recognizance's to prosecute against the
prisoners that are or shell be le the Jailor Dauphin cam
ty , be then and there to prosecute against th m as shall
Given under my hand, at Harrisburg, the 6th day of
Octob.-r, in the year of our Lord, 1862, and In. the
eighty .sizth year of the independence of the United States
J. D. BOAS, Sheriff.
011iNUFV$3 ONION I
Harrisburg. Oct. 6, 1862. j
FOR SEWING MACHINES,
Just received, an invoice of PORPOISE OIL,
for sewing machines For sale by
W. 0. HICKOK ?
Agent for Wheeler St . Wilsoo's Sewing Ma
chines, Eagle Works oct2B-dlm
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMONS,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
And re, elables of all kinds, brought direct front the
Eastern ttlarkets, twice a week,and purchme.l umter my
p um..al supervision, thus en.iblidg me to sell a better
and cheaper article than any in the market.
Ifir Orders from a distance attended to promptly, and
.eods delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
Fit&-. , .11 CANNED FRUITi constantly on hand Give
dug, • • 26j JOHN WISE.
• RAPPiDi Lam;
THAT IS THE
7 1 'IRE Proprietors of the 'PARISIAN
CABINET OP WONDBItB, ANATOMY and MEDI
CINE" have determined regardless of exptinsti, to Wee
free, (for the benefit of suffering humanity) POPP of
their most instructive and interesting Lectures on Mar
riage and its Oitqualitications, Nervous Debility, Prema
ture Decline of Manhood, indigestion Weakness or De
pression, Loss of energy and Vital Pew the Great Bo
ma Wile, and those Mal idles whic 3 result from :youth
ful Miles, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignoranoe of Physi
ology and Nature's Law. These invaluable Lectures
have been the means of enlightning and saving thou
sands, and will be forwarded free oa the receipt Of, four
stamps, byaddressing BECEETARY Penmen Caw or
ANATOMY AND NINDIOIND, 168 Broadway, New York. "
ALL persons are hereby warned against de
predating or in any manner trespassing
on the Farm of Mrs. C. !dish, adjoining the
city, and under the management 'of the sub
or 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 extent of the kw, but will
pubksh in the We graph and other papers the
names of all offenders.
Oct. 18, 1862. JACOB= lailk
PLUM THEP3, • . '
I N variety, at Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg.
A. G. CURTIN
Oct. 18, 1862 ,
ENGLISH WALNUT TREES
AT 'tone Nursery, adjoining tha city
- Oct. 18, 1862
SPANISH CHESTNUT TEEM
AT Keystone Nursery, adjoining the city
Oct. 13, 1862
30r, !YEIBECELS of Superior quality
just received and for isle low, ley
oct2B-rf WK. DOCK, Jr., ' . & 0 0.
A FEW Boxes good Cheese, the behinee
ad a large Gasignment, ',re offered at on salswia
IoW rata to eloaeont the lot. To retail denial's there wit
be an ind moment offered. AO box sold will be
essepresented. WY. DOCK, .fft., &
1 0 4. .