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BT GEORGE BEOGNE - R:
ORM& THIRD BT., N 11.411. WALNFT,
lERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION
Tug Daily Tatzonarn is served to subscribers hi the
city at 12 cents per week. Yearly tittbscriberS will be
c harged $8 00 in advance. Those PerSOLO who neglect to
pay in advance will be charged $7, 00. •
Tax TELFAIRAPIt is also published weekly, and is furnished
subscribers at the following cash rates
single copies, week1y........ ,
Three copies to one Post Office
Ten copies to one Post Office
Practical and Scientific
No. 29 NORTH SECOND STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
Particular attention is railed to the celebrated concave-
convex Crystal Spectacles; which are warranted to
strengthen and preserve the eyes of
,the wearer, and to
last from 10 to 12 years without change.
List of prices sent free to any direction.
Concave and convex lenses, set in steel frames, $2.
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set In best-steel
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set in silver frames,
$ 6 .
Concave and coniex crystal lenses,set in pistil's frarries,
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set in gold frames,
$l6 to *2.5.
In ordering spectacles state how long glasses are used.
Any pair of glasses purchased, either here or sent to lir
der, can be exchanged if not suited to the eye.
Always en. band a largo assortment of Beromatic
croscopes, Telescopes, Opera and Field Glasses, Thermam•
eterS, Barometers, Compasses, Drawing Instruments, and
Stereoscopes, with the-latest views. -
jsz-Bend stamp for a catalogue containing prices, are.,
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
rIIOIJOECING at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Bar
k bor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool,
New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are in
tended to mail as follows: •
City of Baltimore, Saturday, August 27 • Etna, Satur
day, September 3 ; Edinburgh, Saturday, September 10,
and every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44,
RATES OF PAMIAGE,
PAYABLN IN GOLD, OR ITS ZAZOTIVALZNT IN OITERRNOY.,
FIRST CABIN $BO 00 STNERAGE $3O 00
do to London 85 Off ' do to London 34 00
do to Paris . 95 00' do to Paris.. ~. 40.00
do to Hamburg.... '9O 00 do to Hamburg.... 87 00
Passengers also forwards to Havre,. Bromen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &0., at equally low rates.
Fares from Liverriool or Queenstown: Ist Cabin, $75,
$B6, $lO5. Steerage, $35, Those who wish to send for
their Mends can buy tickets here at these rates. •-•
For further Information apply at the Company's Mose,
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. or 0..0
WYMAN, Harrisburg. 2.3-dp
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
A Now Philadelphia [Soak Store. Have now a splendid
SPRING dc SUMMER MANTELS,
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH SACKS, AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASES.
The above beautiful samples, in avers . color and hand
somoly trimmed, from $7 60 to SIS.
• 1000 smir. .11ANTita.
CLEDDLARS, SACKS AND BASkb,
Handsomely and richly trimmed, from $lO upward.
uaLLDREN'S MANTELS IN LARGE VARIETY.
MlMisery eyed _Panel , Goods.
ArS. J. - HIBBS, at I , To. 8 Market Square,
:teat door to Pelia's Confectionery, keeps constant
ly on nand the latest styles of Bonnets,Hats, Ruches,
Flowers, Ribbons, & 0., together with a fonissotiment of
Dregs Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Collars, Culla,
Randkerobiers, Hosiery, Gloves and Variety Goods in
All UM latest Designs of Dress Patterns direct from the
New York Bazaars. Dress and Cloak making neatly exe
extol Thankful for the patronage bestowed since her
opening, she trusts, by a strict attention to business and
her endeavors to al Ve. general satisfaction, to continue to
riN9lve a share of the public patronage, jyl-43m
A. JP. ZIMMERMAN,
Practical Watch Blakey,
No. 52 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
SETS OF JEWELRY,
FINE SILVER WARE, I
AND ALL RINDS OF JEWELRY
Ras constantly on hand a well selected and - elegantly
assortelt stock of
• FINE SILVER WARM.
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
Both in. Gold and Silver Wee.
dlao, a fine assortment or
OnetakaUy on hand.
Of all descriptions; all of which will be sold at the
LOWEST' CASH PRICES.
Afar Call and examine the goods.
Particular attention paid to repairing of line Watches,
such as Chronometers, Duplex and other celebrated
Watches, and all kinds of Jewelry - neatly repaired.
None but the most competent workmen employed, and
the whole matter under ray own personal supervision.
A. F. ZIMMERMAN •
mar2B] No. 82 Market street, adjoining Brant's Hall.
DANIEL A.NUENCN. AGENT
OF the Old Wallower Lille; respectfully v
forms the public that , this Old. Daily Transportation
Line, the only Wallower Line now in existence in this
eity,i is in succesighl operation , and prepared to carry
freight as low as any otherludtvidnal line betweettPhila.
deiphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williamsport,
Jersey Shore, Lock Haven and all other points on the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie and Williamsport
and Elmira Railroads.
. . „
DANIEL A. NEWELS, Agent,
• Harriabiwg;.Pann i a.
Dods sent to the Warehouse of Mess 'Peacock r Zel
k /Bachman, Nos. SOS and 810 Market street : , above Bth
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, r. K., will arrive Harris
burg, Toady for delivery, next morning. rapto-rsliTiY/
Drafts Draft SI Draft 111 ' '
ALIENS and persons under or over the're
guired age, who have been enrolled in this ((4th]
. Diatriet, or any other District in the State, Can have their
eaomption papers made out at rates flied by taw.
Now la the time to put in a substitute and avoid the
Persona who are not liable to limit, and who wish to
enter the army as substitutes, van obtain the highest pre•
Ilteginess transacted by mall at legal rates, and cost of
travel thereby avoided.
Call at once, or address by mall,
AttOrney s it Levi, 3d street,
TIIST ARRIVED !—A fine lot of .C.AN.NED
PEACHES and ToxiiToEa -sr:maxim
PINE, APPLES, FRESH PEAS, Sc., jest reeeivea by
rayl4-dtf JOHN wpm ad greet, fteaulgralteut---
AGBH supply of Alio emu's aehralaci
Sugar Cured gam arid Drted Beef, at
SALMON.--Ifina salt Salmon, at
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
Niorthern 'Centrq .
'PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
1 FREIGHT and BAGGAGE described - 'in the iblhrw
log list remains unclaimed in the Warehouse or the
Northern Central Railway Company, at 'Harrisburg. -Con
signees are hereby notified to come forward, Pay charge! !
and take their property away, or the same--will be aom
according to law. • N. - DU BARRY, Gent( Shpt.
Gassam, SuesammtanstrVa OPIUM,
Atratrsr 1.6,1864. • j •
No 1, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 1;48, One,
black trunk • ,
No 2, Elmira and Hariisbarg Cheek 20,•orei box, Limit
A Miller, Harrisburg • . • • -
No 3, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 20, one box
No 9, no check; one box, J Barrett Lockport, Megan+
4o 5, no (shtick, one box, Lieut A Scotty Harrisblarg
No 8, no check,.one box, no marks • - •
No 7, no check, one box, Jacob Weaver, Pittsburg.
No 8, no check, one box, Reuben Farringer, Mita.
No 9, no check, fair leather trunk, do '
. No 10, no check, one box, Capt Phillips, Harrisburg
No 11, no check, black trunk, S S J, St Joseph's acade
my, Philo '- •
No 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks • • -
No 13, no check, fair leather trunk, Capt Lyman, liar
No 14, no check, black leather trunk, no marks -
No 15, no check, black leather Wank, no marks ' ' '•••
No 16, no check, one box, Jno McGee, Harrisburg 4:1:1
No 17, no check, one box, Geo L Stephens, Barrisbnift -
No 10, no check, one box, Newport station; P . lt R
No 19, no cheek, one box, Daniel Robison, Philadelphia
No .20, no check, black trunk, Jno Gemmel, Lewis
town, pa •
No 21., Danville and Haigriburg check 512, fair leather
trunk, Wm H. Barber Milton, Pa.
No 22, no check; black•trank, do marks
No 23, no cheek, fair leather trunk, W S Scott, Hants
lle, Ohio. • -
No 24, no check, fair leatheritunk, "hos McDanlei •
No 25, no check, black truck, Sarah'
No 26, no cheek, black trunk, fl 8 Angili, Binghamp.
ton, N Y
No 27, Williamsport and Harrisburg 'chock 92, fair
leather yaw, no marks
No 28, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 087, fair leather
valiso, no marks • .
No 29, no check, fair leather valise, no marks
No 80, no check, black trunk, Jno B Monroe, Laiteal3-
No 31, no check, one box, Michael Trump, Allentown
No 32, no check, one box, no marks
No 33, Scranton and Harrisburacheck 259, one box
No 34, no check, one box, Mrs Black,,, Prosperity, Pa
No 35, no check, one box, Henry Will, Reading
No 86, no check, one box, no marks
No 37, no check, bag of saddles, no marks
No 38, no check, saddle, Ignatius Floomer, Portage
No 39, no check, black bag, no marks
No 40, no ch.ck, black bag, Mary Foster, Harrisburg
No 41, no check, black bag, no marks - •
No 43, no check, black bag, no marks
No 43, no check, black bag, no marks
No 44, no check, black bag., Shadle, JerserShore, Pa
No 46, Williamsport and . Harrisburg check 36, black
g, no marks
NO 46, neicheak, black bag, no mark a
No 47, no check, black bag, no marks
No 48, no check, carpetbag, no marks
No 49, no check, saddle, no marks
No 50; no check, bag, no marks -
" No 51, no check, one box, no marks
No 02, no check, one box, no marks
No 53, no check hat.box, no marks
No 54. no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
1t..1 Fleming, one bundle thine
A L Babcock, 1 bclle rope •
N Fraser, eleven barrels nuts
D Fisher, six corn-huskers
H Gilbert, one barrel insulators
Nelson Bryne & Co,, two boxes bitters
S Buckler, one box hardware
H Hawkins, one granite block ,
Nicholas & B, one box sundries
J Albert, ono barrel, two boxes
Thos Hickok, one box hardware
No consignee; 204 brick, no marks
No consignee, small box, no marks
No consignee, 44 sheets iron, no marks
No consignee, package Indigo .
No consignee, one box merchandise, David Titular, Har
risburg. ' augl6-4w
THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
Pithyol3l` 111.14161tAL'8 OFFICE, 14th M82x10;1
• liArousitona, Pa. August 15 1564.
THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS OF
the Provost Marshal's Mee are published for the in
struction and guidance of all persons interested., in order
that, in future, the public need not be in doubt as to
when, where and to whom to apply for information on
matters connected with this department. .
Ist The Board of Enrollment convenes each day. (Sun
days excepted) in the proper room at 10 o'clock A. N. If
business requires it, the morning illusion will continue
till 12y,, o'clock P. at.; the afternoon sessions commence.
at 2% o'clock and continue till 6 o'clock r. N. In no
case will examinations for disability be made after day
2nd .T. J. Weitzel, principal clerk to Board of Enroll
ment, will at all times furnish information proper to be
furnished from the records of the Board.
3rd A. F. Clapp, adjutant and special deputy, will be
found in the office room of the Provost Marshal. He has
a general charge, and can be applied to in all cases.
4th The Enrollment Dep4trtmept ,la in charge of D. S.
6th A. E:Eyster superintends the ninstering and re,
crafting department, and has charge or the records and
rolls connected therewith; also, with enlistments into the
"Veteran Reserve Corps." • .
6th R. E. Cable has charge of the ' clothing . depart-
Meet . . .
7th For information with reference to horses and
property seized as the property of the Government, ap
ply to John E Heller, in the Mustering and Recruiting De
Bth For inforination with reference to Desekters and
persons arrested, apply to same department
9th John Charters has charge of accounts, records, 44c.
10th For information upon any subject not above ape
'cifically designated, apply to the Provost Marshal, or to
Adjutant A. F. Clapp.
11th. All clerks and employees are required to be-at
their posts for duty at 8 o'clock A. N. The office will be
closed to the public at 6 o'clock p. nr. .
12th Clerks and employees are required and directed
to be polite, courteous and attentive to all persona doing
business in the Provost Marshal's office. /t is a duty and
pleasure to inform and serve those requiring information
or service, and if any clerk or employee fails In prompt
attention or proper courtesy, he Will be at once diseharged.
13th Clerks and employees are not permitted to receive
fee or reward for services rendered. If they do so, the
penalty will be immediate discharge To offer such fee
and to receive it are equally high misdemeanors -
JNO. KAY CLEMENT,
Captain and Provost Marshal
14th District Penn.
The members of tho Board of Enrollment are John
Ray Clement, Provost Marshai,.Charles C. Raw; Com
missioner, B. T. Chatiton;Surgeon ; either of. whom
may be consulted at all times, during business hours, in
matters connected with' the business of the Boaxd.
The Provost Marshara office is in Fourth street, op
posite the Government Bakery. angle-dim
LADIES' HMS NETS, and
FRENCH LACE, and "
AT ASTONISHINGLY, LOW .PRICES. .
Everybody should Wlat onFriaxid - -mears.at Bafus at lire
, bar ,
orlon quakily: OE D' On= R --B itra Fin° BalUrno*
nyatenvatinit 6 t thi k
s e w t a
n oT a i
XT EWLL Mackerel
.1.1 in banyan, half "ae
`.` T. FI E : : . •114,0 1 0;0; A isTi.) FOR E Y E R ."— Webster;
HARRISBURG, THIJISDAI t'VENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1864.
COMEDIAN AND MANAGER.
.Our Portrait 'Gallery. - .
Above we have ,the pleasure of presenting to our readers an excellent portrait of the dis
tinguished comedian, and manager, W. A. Horan, Esq. On the 20th of January, 1863, Mr.
R. came into our midst, a stranger—and, on the evening of that day, gave his first entertain
ment in Brant's Hall,. with a first-class company. Determined to merit public patronage,
Mr. Rouse placed bef ore , our people such plays as .were calculated to attract the attention of
the most respectable classes ' of our , opulation,•and. ere the close of the fi rst week of the sea
son, the Star Combination • Company had won a reputation that caused the spacious Hall to
be,nightly fi lled to overflowing - The troupe was at once pronounced the beat that had ever
visited Harrisburg. The gentlemanly manager had a continued succession of crowded housed
for eighty five consecutive nights,• and the.season was only brought to a close on account of en=
gagements elsewhere. •
As a manager Mr. Rouse has no superior.' His swamis. here is without precedent. , In ad
ditiou to his very excellent business qualifications,. he possesses all the cinalitkei of a perfect
gentleman, both on and off the' stage. As-an actor he has but few equals: "In the varied'
characters yersonated by him he is always found ." home.?! In . Comedy be is peculiarly
gifted ; lie is exceedingly funny, yet devoid of irtdgarity. , In parts of different nature•he
is equally entertaining,. In the great moral drama entitled The Ticket=ofZeate Man, he per
lionated-"Bob Brierly ",iti.a.manner that.won for !him a reputation such as is not possessed
by'any ether - actor in the &nutty. Residetho 6f Pidladelphis rin.d New ...York who visited
Brant's Hall last season, pronounced Rouse's personation of l3rierly superior to any ever
witnessed by them in the large theatres of those cities.
The present season, which commenced three weeks ago, promises to be as successful-as
the last. The company selected by the efficient manager is composed of first-class perform
ers, many of whom were here last season. In addition to the regular troupe, the best stars
in the country will be engaged froin'time to time,land neither time, trouble nor expense will
be spared to place before our people the standard dramas, as well as the,most amusing farces
ever witnessed in "Harrisburg The" ;people of , Our city will .always And the theatre a fa-:
vorite resort, Where the company is select, and the entertiannients:ancli.ei can be,:witneared
by the most fastidious.
usa :i I M :!
6 C OSTAR , S I P •
• nodstitts” ErprammATosa.
I,‘• • ' ' EXTERIMNATORS.
EXTERMINATORS. • '
, • .EXTERMINATORS.
' • . EinaMONATORS.
.9:O3TAR'S't EXTIMIMINATORS. • •
; • •, EXTERMINATORS.
"COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS.. . .
- L 'E.XTERMINATORS.
"COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS: ••••-
"COST AR'S" EVERMINA.TORIL
"COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS. .
, . .
Tor RatO, Mine, Roanhoo, Aldo, Bed Bugs,
Plena, Moths in Fur*, 'Woolens, Unmet;
on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc. -
"/ 6 Yenta ernablinhed in N. Y—City."
"Only infallible remedies krman."
"Not dangerotur to the Htonsit'iremilyks
'Bata come ont ot their boles'to
arm Banns l 1 1 of all worthless imitation&
Air , 4 Costar? Depot, No.litig Broadway; N. Y.
/or Sold by °Ross & co
. • Wholeaale and retail agents.
And by all Druggists in Harrisburg, Pa. jelOdawitin
CONCENTRATED ~ L EMONADE,
I s a pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having
fever or great thirst.
Its portability recoinmende it to travelere.
Its convenience at pic-niCsVIN be immolated.
No sugar requirid; one table-spoonful simply dissolved'
in a'glass of cold vales and it is done.
KKLLEIVS DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STOBS,
jel7 • No. .9 Narket street ,
MD. W. alias" Irsw azoor,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DII I I7.BEITT STILES
CLOAKS I.IID '0.11101:r14411,8;
FINE SPRING SHAWLS.
will open on the Ist of AVril, rm•rn ir.
itiBRECHT - lailiggc awns
BOLE AaintOrAT Tir."VO,PFAI
fa lfarkes proei, I . o;ni
REASONS , Perf 04 / 7
iiiirasyr 1100 1 .0, 11 WelPa t ifi b.
ei ttMagt .
'II3C tatePtailOne Pall o
e for moment/en
A few fickonweker di Co's tenon on band yet will be
CIAO SEW 017 T
Nis. N. MAYER, NSA BERET STREET,.
BEING desirous of closing her Slimmer .
soaker Molliet7 Goos, offers for's& at greatly
reduced prices; ouch' as.
SILK• AND STRAWBONNETS, • •
HATS AND FLATS, W.
Constantly oa band 'a splendid sssortatent Ot
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Dealers will do won to egoilomps lamina can be
had at wholesale.. jal.4-ly
•Cavalry, ,Homes Wanted.
•• • -
ANSEIBTAST QIZARTIMARIZI'S PRIPRIX.H. S. A.,)
lartaisiaati; , telt 26th: 1801. J
farther orders, one hundred and
Vi llrj sixty 7 hve 9.66) dollars per head will be, paid for all
delivered at the Government stables atHarrisburg, lra
Said horses to be sound in , all particulars, not less than
(6) live nor morn than (9) Mlle: years old; from 3.4)4 to 16
hands higlr, full Seethed, compactly built, bridle wise and
of size sufficient for oapalry
.1)79 0308 .
These via: Accra*: mild be drtetly adhered to and rigidly
awbreed sn dent partioaar.
Payment made on delivery of (r) swim horses or over.
Hours of Inspection from BA. at. to 6P. M. Tho dip
mand is urgent and an immediate response is solicited.
E. O. REICEENBACH.
M26.41tf ' Capt. and Ass't Qr. Mr.
r pm:DE largest and elfeaped variety of 1110
TOGRAPH ALBUM In the city are constantly kept
at , [marl2] BERGNKRII OHNAP BOOKSTORE. _
SOLE. AGENCY FOR TMS CITY
I AM happi to offer to the public a large
St a Pria a kir i gjLD PENS,
maikaagaturwn , •
LF,R0 . 17 W. FAIIiatMEILD.
'Then Pens fro well flubbed, elastic, awl will give en
tire . '
P . LICASE TRY MEL
_ 110ffiramsall i3OOK stOttr4
Aesiond street, opposite Presbresisn Itairieborit
- FIERY T0244313t*z
tiOiktirATVltlehener ti3o.'and fee sale by l ) -3,
o ld rit hyslunspw c l * at-11
-4r 1 142 % - --•
3 313.91ratipr4.0._ P
MOILED SALMONAAL MRS I 'SMOKED
mum, just received et
BEM= & MIRK
AOQi Seuxsison tO WM. Dom, 114404)C1
• l'llla 'THREE CENTS.
- VENINC EDITION.
From General Grant
THE ...wow") coitPis.
lEr t s.oiss rs'ini - Frra,n, August 28.
Since the' battle of Rpain!is station nothing
of particular, iMportanee transpired in the
Second corps.. The nrinibbizormissing is be
ing rapidly, reduced by the artlval.of soldiers
who ; had been scattered,:tAr.9Ro:o4(,) ,woods.
The command being reorganized , .116 W
gUns Procuredloz •thosetatteriei'whichtact
pieces capthred.: Several:stands dtcdlOirfell•
into the enemy's heads,: because aneeesfava
color bearers were shot down. In the ,One
Hinctred' and POity-eighth Pennsylvania—a
regiment which distinguished itself on forinei
occasions—the color bearer and color guard
refused, to:leaye their post in the intrench
minits, and the colors were captured only after
thoSe braveiellOws had fallen gloriously on
that Memorable-ground. •
''A FLAG of TRINE
was sent •oueyesterday ifor llie- - phrpose of
*firing arrangements foie the' succor of our
Wounded and bur*,. 9f our dead,- who
could not be carned'frowtha field on Thurs
day night; but theseba ;9 . ostorkw.p.der, refused
to , accede to the, request,, stating that- ; our
woundiid *en being'eared., for, - our dead,
of:;whoin there were aborittkvo hinidred, were
being buried. It may be that' the rebel,corn
mender felt indisposed to let us take another
survey of a field which was; so thickly strewn
with rebel dead:
DEATH OYQAMTAIN DOIM
Captain. Charles E. Dodd r reeently assigned
to , General Hancock's staff- as an amistaist
juSant general,, has passed, away from the
acene of action. It was not his fortune to
tfall on the field of battle, like the lamented
Edownson. Captain Dodd-.vas universally
esteemed as a valusible,officer and an accom
Vessels gassing Spanish Forts
Must. Show' their.
The Penalty for Not-compliance With
The Queen and Our Governmeift
. Wmotutifrox Aug:'3l.
The" State Dep'artsient Ira]: ledelpt of au
official circular from the Spanish Cloyernment,
introducing some favorable modifications of
the rules observed at the,,fortresa tarifa and
Isla. Verde, to oblige :veiviels navigating the
jurisdictional ..waters of these forttesses to
hoist the flag of their wean; It precede which
they often neglect; alleging a veriPiMprebable
ignorance in yeasels which so repeatedly. pass
Every vessel which, in, crossing the.lineof
the fortress,within the mange.of . its , cannon;
does not show the flag of her nation, is to be
reminded of hernegleet bythe discharge of a
cannon, loaded with only powder. It; after
the lapse of ten minutes,Alte shall , not have
hoisted her flag„ a shofted gun shall be fired
across' Ur front. V, not Withstanding these
trionotfces, the lapse of another ten minuted,
,she omits,to hoist her flag, a third discharge
of.ball shall be fired ather. mast.
,Her Catholic Majesty'd.. minister for foreign
affairs says the ',Queen, bii - I:Tinitig .the preced
ing dispositions to the khoWlodge ',Of our Gov
erinment, flatters herself .thritAlie
Washington will find in the measures adopted
a tresh proof of the seniintenit 7 of deference
which her :Government entertilbs`k 3 far: the.
Armoric= nation. " - •
From San FranciNco.
I►portant:' from 7'Ne*ada.
l i 154615 Fit , tkiPtSco, Aug. 22 •
kfaktyy eazthqualtafdlocks•were vperienced
on the,inountaina during the week! -
goney eau at per cent. . Receipts of
billion for the last teg diva_ 5t500,Q04, Cnr
rency bid on, New York,a4Upremilun ; coin
bills 3i(44,-p,rendum.•.'- • • • •
Public ppinion tieenni to b; Changed in Ne
vada, as to the propriety of adopting a. "State.
It may now, be; adopted irtuordes t io.,get rid
of obnoxious territorial officers:
Sandwich _bland dates Of '2Er. report_
the slow progress of the Constitutional Con
vention. Much time is consumed in discuss
ing the powers of the convention, and the-
Government is accused of remlntionary
Sailed—bark Chalgrove, for Hong Kong,
with quicksilver, valued at $32,000, and near
ly $500,000 in .
The Army before . Atlanta:
ANOTHER RAID FROM GEN. REESMAN'S ARMY
NEW Youx, August 30.
A rebel dispatch from Atlanta, dated the
23d inst., states that the enemy's scouts re
ported that:mother Federal raid, seven thou
sand strong, with nine cannon, had left De
caturrin the direction of Covington, Georgia.
LTITAIIT TOnaS2.STROX GAM AtICIMEAN'S 00 Mkgr -
MOATIONBS=-2.118.8L BUD BY TUB GIIMBY=I4II3
YrkrDEß WORM= .
Kasniummu, Tenn., /kunst 30.
Governor Johnson has received a diattatch,,
signed L. -K. N. Pattorqthe•: Colonel -com
manding; dated at'.:Cialkitin'iso-day, stating
thatrdirsq; from Lebanon had been received
'there np to Si o'cloCk?'"thirllnernin gi; when:,
General Mulligan WitiValiqhe • • lands ofithe
enemy under riegitiC-I'The "collegellrading :
was snnotuadedi with all: the WOO init. , • .
The enemy are tinfitoidd l iciUl,siXiCsixeng.
Oar firces are , scontangliK 9 ll?3 roads: ethe
direction which they ardifiliptiOSadlolbe mov
ing_ _ _ - •
anionts aver .
iVilist`, 10!-3(That itement
P1! 413 T -j affeat , l l 4` 66 •4-. ftL . t . 4 0 . 1 1 ° :Fi,..:- .
of:, a rtaaajlthatt force - ray
:WIWI* can 1411761 CO0041?N
mAred that tiiiirof6a alum
:then,h en wittkAtigife,,,gant altmo..
to l ni ai i ° m i utteeaboro.
It is ponsiblo that thou , toad= is to de-
AD ~....G TES—DAILY TELEGRAPH. '" • -
. the folio w i z ertistrig in -this-Tara- - -
"Vourw. - Tloso4-hairrtitrineetiptia7o-dirrrfirerlV46ll
- for reference.; :,-,„:, ,I. :5 . ii. .'", : • . .
..trir Four linos or leas emanate one-half square.
fight lines, or more) anPin.iteolnitare.. :I. • 1 ,1 r
Yon A ash %Maki . I I A .:.E ' 7, • 76IVONN NQ - . • ' •
xe day $ tel 00e:dal , - ..8. Kt._.
?days 50 Two days.. • ..,. •••,.., , 1 AO
Pe darr...; ... :• • 75 inkiie.dayd.t. .... ~. 'lls' .
05 week. ... „ 1 25 One week .... -- • - 225
ad month . 3 .00 Ono inc5yth............ - 6 00 •
Ewe months- 450' Two-inoothi‘ f .1 9 tl.
Three months 5, 50 Three moaths.s.,• •*.
Six - monl4. '',.,. ......,.. . WOO Six 91 .91:0 - 441 • ;,F4 1
One yeaf -3,.. 05 One year -' . 4
Administration Notion .
~. ...,. .
Auditor's Notices..,. ; .•
Funeral Notices, each car...
B"iensnntioes. carted in the Local 02211 ,
hiarrragesmn — eaths:o2am , Conn pniLnint ,s
strop the Vpdexal..line - of communication tp
the front': 'indit supposed chat the first. ;
demonstriltkon' wilibe made Upon Duck river '•
No appreliengioiLneed be felt in
anAttack tirionthis city.
Reports reached here this morning that the
rebel cavalry force was near - Lebanon, Tenn i ,.
and had 'captured some thirty Federal - cav- •
airy ; but, the river being too big* to - ford it •
is presumed'. that they . have since - found
Wheeler's main body, hear Murfreesboro.
No reports fro 'Gen. Sherman haipbeen;
Five hundred rebel prisoners; including 23
commissioned_ 'd .eels, reached hers „last
The river is two feet on Itie'shoate;
Advance in Gold.
_ I - Nzv► Your.., Aug. 3k
The price of Gold rose to-day to 2431.
NkW , ADVERTISEDIENTS.
ELAIV7)7'S -PATENT, ZAIVE3I7LiS, OHIO.
Steam Engine Workp,
Newark Machine 'Works!
PORTABLE. STEAM SAW 'MILLS.,
lanclyo , .
Patent Portable SteanvEngineot
16,000 FEET OF ttratexat
PEIJJED to decline many onion for .
Cgills and Engines- the past year,. tram utter
bility to fill them we resolved to increase our airtatdy
large facilities for; their ManufaCture... Verrrecettily•we •
purchased the entire property of the Newark Machina
Works, at Newark, Ohio; and at this momentliath estab- •
lishments are in full , operation. We will try hilhirfnture .
'to Ha all orders 'pee , •
The lumber trade •was sever so•PrOsPeintia,4ifit
making mat present, and will no doubt contieue,to,he go,
fora generation to come. Energetic operatitiMaith
thing like good logs, can cut 250,000 feet per soinath,:with! - :11.3
Blandps' Mills. Our Mills ape peculiar. They , are Blau.-,,
dys , . Are perfectly equippdd for work . • Ample printiii.'"•
instructions, with engraved oround plan tor their map-j:lvi
nomad, go with each, and every effort is made to put
inexperienced: operators on a par with those—whef iiays+ oil
operated them.. .
Circular& wih' descript'ons . arid'iliastrattinla, ruid'm
ports of operators forwanhd to any. addratult tti..-L • , • J
Address . R. st,F. BLANDY, at
Zemlya!" or -Nee ark ,••
iltir.Ordets: Visits and. Correspondence Solicited. „ •
LEWISBURG, Lin;on CCitTuty;
* * "* •In the last three months, (working - 6'l*day%
a Week) we have:cut 5,000 feet of white bat vete* :1
BLAAIPY . In June, 190,000 feet. The Orator 1#: „ ,
pnenerinced by the Baltimore Inspector to be thatest de- -
livered-in that city We =tutor. The Blandy Et give has.
done well, and I can now say it is a perfect saCCeew. Yes
terday, the 29th Of June, we cut 16,000 feet of. oak. • - -
, . .
• • Simo.:o3srowzr, Indiana connty; -
- , June 27116,/1364.- -
* I can - gut 16,9e0Teet 3ncii ramber as oar
BI ANDY MILL in ten hours. woonitow. • •
' Wimtcutn, Cambria County,
May 12, 1861 j
* * I have sawed on. my BLANDY MILL 4250,-
000 feet of lumber in the last seven months, which M rs
eluded' the winter Months; eften working only seven
hobra a 4ay, and whollyfioze out, a part of the tinselt
'Tins — is more lumber thin any single mill has . eat in the
same time within a hundred milep of ttiis place.... •.,
Wit, It. HUGHES.
• - Blubber, Granty%CotiiitY; Ind .;1.1 -
* * I have run my BLA., —, TDY HILL four years, andsold
out for more than Woad me whennew-L AS weliad•never
tried how much we could cut oit it in a day we concluded
we would do so the last'day rdn it prior to delivery
to new owner. X measured It- as if going to sell it, and
found it was 12104 feet, mostly cut from logs 8 to 12 feet
long, small and very hard. The BUNDY HILL is the
Mill for me, and everybody else that knows anything
atont them, in my opinion. A. SHOWALTER.
SELLING OUT LOW !
OUR STOCK OF LIQUORS
WE intend to discontinue the sale of Li
quors and offer our , stock at it very small advancr
from cost price. We have purchased all our Liquors be
fore the Last rise and have a large Mock on hand for three
or four years, which are guaranteed cannot be rumbaed
now at any price from the importers. ,
Our stock consists of
WI-3( S 15C. I P,
of all grades.
.631-We have parts of three barrels pure RYE, not
colorbd, and 10 degrees above proof, 23i years old. '
-WINES °tall Grades, Domestic andimpottpl.,
33 EL A. 1 4 - 33 I
We have pot of 36' cask ICIENNUSET:ingribrou,
to which we Invite the partial) . attention
,of, families for
The Brandy comet be bought to-day, Ifoulel , 9rtera,
less than $l6 per gallon. We sell it foi per gal
SCOTCH AND ENGLIS,
• - OHA.l92.l4.4>VOnagia,"-..
wa i nv it e the Inspection otitetel reeperifideLfqueor
Merchants gen e we - haead to In without re
serve, all our 14quor, anathia will be a. good opoortu
nity for bargains: - - _,
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