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Practical and. Scientific
s o , ; - .+B NORTH sEcoNn STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
Particular attention Is called to the celebrated concave
coVet Crystal Spectacles, whltih are warranted to
,nieu and preserve the eyes of the Wearer, and to
Int from 10 to 1.2 yearuwithout change.
List of prices sent free to any direction.
COneAVO and convex lenses, set in steel frames, $2.
eanuare and convex crystal lenses, set in beet steel
roams , $1
GoliC-11 13 and convex crystal lenses, set in silver frames,
$ 5 .
Coacare and. convex crystal lonses,set in platina Games t
Canrave and convex crystal lenses, set In gold frames,
016 et $25.
lu ordering spectacles state how long glasses are used.
Any pair of glasses purchased, either here or sent to or
der, can be exchanged if not suited to the eye.
Always en band a largo assortment of seromatio
erascup• s, Telescopes, Opera and Field Glasses, Thermom
eters, barometers, Compasses, Drawing Instruments, end
tier. escapes, with the latest views.
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riI@UOIA /NG at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har
i_ our.) The well known Steamers of the .Liverpool,
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tended to sail an follows:
cqy ,d• Baltimore, aaturday, August 2?;• Etna, Satur
day, sept,mber 3 Edinburgh, &waylay, Septeaiber 10,
end every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44.
RATES OF PASSAGE,-
pei..111.11 IN GOLD , OR ITN RQUIVALHNT IN OURRENGY.
CABIN $BO 00 STORAGE • $3O 00
do to London 85 00 do to L0nd0n...... 34 00
do to PariB 96 00 do to Paris 40 00
44 to Hamburg.... 90 00 do to Hamburg.... 87 . 00
Passengeni also forwarde to Havre, Bremen, Hotter:
ta, Antwerp, Sm., at canon/ low rates.
,„ .. .res from Liverpool or Queenstown: let Cabin, $76,
eu , 'lob. Steerage, $ll6. Those who wish to send for
'°"", de ram buy tickets here at these ratea
their fn, u her information apply at Company's Offloes.
For fun. " DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. ,or C.. 13
JOAN . H arrsbunt. [f234ly
itlitline_vY and Fancy Goods.
A/RS.I HIOBS, at No. 8 Market Square,
next door to Fe. xix'aConfectionery, keeps constant.
les of Helmets, Hats, 'HOW
ly on hand the latest at,
. ja :ether with a fine assortment of
Gi k , , wes and Variety Goods: In
Ail the latest Designs of Dress Paddies direct from float the
New York Bazaars. Dross and ths'isk making. nealiy axe.
cated. Thankful for the patronage bestowed :since :her.
opening, she trusts, by a etrtet attentJon to bush:tests - mid
her endeavors to give general Datisfact ten, to contilidie
receive a share of the public patronage', :JYll:.43Pit
A. - F.
Practical Watch - . 3l.alter,
bt Markel Street, ilarrisinal, Pa. • •
SETS OF JEWELRY.
PINE SILVER WARE,
• PLATED WARE, •
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY.
Has oonstantlq on band a wail selected and elegantly
assorted stock of
FINE SILVER WARES..E
AIiZEICAN, ENGLISH SWIM WATCHES,
Both in Hold and Silver (Rees.
Also, a litte assortment of
;.1.1 AA) s w.a.Tonics
connianay on hand.
alisitsn VannlTlr or
Of all deseriptions; all of Which, will be sold at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
liar Cali and examine the goods.
Particular attention paid to repairing of fine Watches,
each as Chronometers, Duplex and other celebrated
Watcher, and all kinds of, Jewelry neatly repaired.
None Ouaatte most eonapetrit workmen employed,. mud
the whole matter under my own personal supervision:
A. F. EIIdatERHAN,
mar2Bl No. 52 Nuke, street, adjoining Brant's Hall.
SOLE: AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
lAIi - happy to , offer to the public a large
an&spiendid assortment of •
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
manufactured by •
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pons ar : b well finished, elastic, and will give en.
PLEASE TRYTH M.
BOBEFFKB•S BOOK STORE,
Sefton; street, opposite Presbyterian Church, lisrilsburg•
.DA'NFEL, A. MUNCH AGENT
thibla Wallower Line, reepeetftilly
Nj forma the public that this Old Daily 'franspertatico:
Line, (the only WalloWer -Line now in existence in 'this
w'tty,) Is in successful' operation and prepared to carry
Weight as low as any other Individual line between Phila.
' , Obis, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Wtitiamsport,
ley Shore, Lock Haven and all other points on; the
''g rt. Nern Central, Philadelphia and Erie fund:Williams t•
DANIEL. A. NUENCII,Agent.
Good , se m to the. Warehouse of Messrs, peapßcki aef
Fii, chinati , Nos. Ng and BLO ilarken street, abeye soi
l'hiladelpfeja, by 4 o'clock, r. tr.., will arrive at
burg, ready for very, nest morning. (ap4!)-rif.in.yl
Draft 1' I - '
DLitt": 1 " 14.1
A LIENS a nd personi wider or over the re
/1 gutted age, who have been enrolled in this (t4th)
Dietriet, or any other District in the State, can have their
exemption papere made out at rdeellied.hq law.
Now is the tune to put in a suhetitute and avaid the
Perrone sib . ? ere not liable to draft, and NNtiii irleh to
enter the army se aubbtitates, can Oitdittliatigheat pre-
BLUM . _ .
Business transacted by mail at legal idea; and goat Ot
travel thereby avoided.
Call at once, or address by mall,
Attorney at Law, 3d street,
Albums. • -
Photograph .S.itraint l
THE largest and' cheapest varieWof PHO
TOGR&PH ALBUMS in the city are cohafatistly
at Imarl2l BERGNER'S OREAI . 4IOORETORE. ' k
TtJ AERATED !—A fine lot of CANNED
P PEACHES and TOMATOES. Also, APOHIQB
PINE APPLES, PRKSII PEAS. Ose.,:kEteforecitby.. •
mo4-Ar :JOHN WINE. IIdEAMO s W11%194
A riLed/i supply uns of 4-48
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BY - GEORGE BERGNEIL
A Cure Wtirralite4d.
Dyspepsia has the foUotoiag ,Symptoms:
Ist. A constant pntif ox uneasiness •at the
pit of the stomach._ .
2d: Flatulence and Acidity.
• 3d. Costiveness and Loss of Appetite.
4th. Gloom -and Depression of Spirits.
sth. Diarrhcea, with griping.
6th. Pain in all parte of the System.
7th. Consnmptive,Symptoms andtPalpita
tion of the Heart.
Bth. Cough, with Phlcgni in the Throat .,
9th. Nervous Affection, and wantn of Sledif
10th Loss of Appetite and Vomiting.
11th. Dizziness, 'Dimness of. Vision, and
Loss of eight.
12th. Headache and Stiggerini in walking
with great weaknees. •
Ont of the thousands 'of oases of Dyspepsia
that have used Dr. Virishart's Great American
DyiPepSia Pills, net one of them has failed
of a perfect cure. We warrant a cure in every
case, no matter if of twenty years' standing.
,Sold by all druggists everywhere, and at Dr.
Wishart's office, 'No. -. 10 N.. Second street,
Philadelphia, Pa. All examinations and con
sultations free of charge. Send 'for a circu
lar. 'Price t 1 per box. ~Sent by mail, free of
charge, on receipt of money:'.
• . •
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA. DYSPEPSIA.
I, Masa:m.7a B.saisoir, of Brandywine,
Del. - ; formerly of Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a ball I suffered every
thing bnt death;from.that,awful disease called
Dyspepsia. .-k y: whole system; as prostrated
with weakness .and nervous. could
not digest my foodi l itd,ate,even a cracker or
the smallest sutiountrof _fetid, it would return
juit'as I swallowed. it; ' I ,became so costive in
my newels that' would,not have a passage in
less than from four and often eight days; un
.der this immense suffering, my mind seemed
entirely to give way.. I had ,a dreadful horror
and'evil forebodings. I thought eviirybody
hated me, and I hated,everybody; I could not
'bear my husband nor my own children, every
thing appeared to be horror-stricken to me;
Iliad no ambition to donnything; I lost aU
my love of family ,and home; I would rambie
and wander, from place to place, but could not
be contentedv I telt that I was doomed ; to
hell, and' that there wag 110 heaven, for hi%
and was -often tempted to commit suicide,
so new' was :my whole nervous system de
stroyed, and.alsci.my mhid from that awful
complaint, Dyspepsia, that my friends thought,
best to, have me ;placed in Dr, Eirkbrides
hospitat West Philadelphia; I remained
there nine weeks,land thought I Was a little
better, Nit An ac, few slays my dreadful com
plaint was raging se - bad:as ever. Hearing of
the wonderful ,aireS performed by Dr. Wis
liart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
his treatment •for, Dyspepsia, my husband
called on Dr.. Rllsbart and stated my. case to
lum. Re caul he had no doubt he could cure
me. So in area days after I called and placed
myself under the.; Doctor's treatment, and in
tvil *deka I began todigest my food, and felt
jhat my disease was fast giving way, and I
con 'tinned to recover for_almnt three months,
and at the present time I. enjoy perfect health
of body and mind, and Ilmost sincerely return
my thanks to n merciful God and Dr. Wis
hart, and to ,his great American Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine Tree Tar,Cordial that saved me
from al, Insane Asylum. and premature grave.
All persons suffering with Dyspepsia are at
liberty to call on me or write, as I am willing
to do all the good I can for suffering hu
nontikT• ELIZABETH BRANSON,
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chester,
Delaware county, Pa. •
Ds- 'WlSRairr'S Office, No. 10 North Second
street, Philadelphia. r.
Da. Wisnaar—i -have been a constant sufferer with
Dyspepsia for the la st eighteen years, during which time
I cannot say./ ever enjoyed a perfectly well day. There
were tones when the symptoms were more aggravated
than at„ others, and thin it seemed it would be a great re
lief to die. I had atall tithes anmmiessant feeling In my
head, but latterlY my eelferings so much ; increased that
I became almost null, for business of any kind;
. my mind
was continually tilled with gloomy thoughts and fore
bodings, and if I attempted to change tech' Current by
reading, at.once a sensation of icy coldness in commetion
with a dead weight, as it were, rested upon my brain
'also,, a feeling of sickness would occur at the stomach, and
great pain to my eyes, accompanied with which was the
continual fear of losing say reason. I also experienced
great laasitude i debility and nervousness, which made it
difficult to .walk by day or sleep at night. I became
avtithe to society, and disposed only to seclusion, and
having tried theskill of a number of eminent - physicins
Of Various Schools, flaalV came to the conclusiou that, for.
this disease at my present age (15 years) there was no cure
in existence. But, through the interferenCe eif Divine
ProVidence,,towhom I devoutly offer my thanks, I at last
found a sovere ign :remedy in your Dyspepsia Pills and
Tar Cordiar,'Wliiai seem, to have effectually removed al
most the last trace of My long list of ailments and bad
feelings, and is their place health, pleasnre and .content
meat are my everyday companions. „
No. 453 North Second *civet, Philadelphia,
formerly or Woodbury, N. J.
Br Wishart's Office No. 10 North Second street, Phila
A. POSITIVE CURE• FOR DYSPEPSIA.
HEAR WELT X. JOEB. . ruadoos UTE
1028 OLIVE maser; '
Philadelphia, January;•4l gios,
. Be. Wisautr 6 .Blr :1— It is With much pletamre tut. y
am now able to infbrtnryou that, by tha use of your at*
American Dygpoff A 1111; I have been entirely curpd of
that must distressing complaint, Dyspepsia :- / had.been
grieviously afflicted for the last. twenty-eight "yearti,.ad
:for ten years of that time-have not been freo.fsom
path one week at'a timeg..:l have had it in its.tyorst form
and have dragged-on a mostraisel able exi4tence--in.pain
day and, night. Everikiritt of food that I ate filled' me:
with wind and titdi, ft,oltteled. Mit bow light, or how.
small the 'quantity.. belching was sure to
follow. I had no appetite ihr any kinds of Meats what
ever and my distrers Was so treatfor Several months be
fore I heard of your Pills,. that I frog, •ently iwisshed for
death. I had taken everything o4l had beard of tor
Disspeptia, without reomVinglitnYttenedt; but on your
Pills being recommended to me by one who had been
cured by them,- I coneMded to Vie Mein a trial, although
I had no faith.:hithern . .To...my astonishment, I found
myself getting better before had , taken one. fourth of a
bp; and after taking . half a Vox, I use a , well man, and
oop a ottyvkiNt 4,3Rsak, and enjoy a hearty meal thve
timin/ s 20Yj.W0400t.10e0149eidence . from. anything I eat.
or OW% - you think proper; you are at fibarti to Make
t hi s public and ;refer / 0 um. I will give ell (07
idrable IntorraotA9.,pro any oho who may rah ow mo
_oily, JOHN H. BasbOcilit.
„For sale St .1 idethcai Depot, No. 10 North
s econ d t oregt, Philadelphia, Is. Price One Dollar per
,pp=; Egos or roi!, rfoo. ofchgget on receipt or Moe..
' DirsITOLO , DtattsLi •
1, SamnelD. Haven, bare been a great suffori With
Chronic pybricipitiiod 'lnirlacuation of the Riuneys for
three, you" ,Ixiiployekt meow: roor of the most end
xiontpuniol Phi adehibligalsooi tturlington county
N J=fflietrildial/for ditotife7nottlA but tut to so pus
mar OdhiooOtt,t Wad ialth awfut•vain and die ,
mak'aniisialV6loollltawahhitrgiejailitd.. atm amp. add.
,Nykor, was itinit#ftsair white coologror , . mucus
until it;; was dreadful!) ,
Mil 0 oh es
my mire for I had toil illdopettiflever halt well
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"THE lINION—LN.OW. AND PORE;TER,."--- Tebster.
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER , 2, 1864.
made upon Mr. John Babcock, , of 1028 Olive street, Phita
delphia, by the great American Dyspepsia I went
to the., Office, and placed Myself. under '4' Ars' at
ment, and told him if he failed to cure me, it would bethe
last effort rweind make. It has been sis weeka'ainco.l.
commenced the use of his medicine, and I am now a well
man, free from all pain and distress, and. tam eat threel
hearty meals a day with comfort, and fool perfectly, wall..
Dr. ilrisbatt, I want youto publish .my case, as I want: -
every poor dyspeptic suffering as I was, to call . on itte,'and.
I will tell them of the great cure lave reatilied:froM
your invaluable medicine. SAMUEL D. HAVEN.:
Oorner Venango and Lambert streets near Richmond,
street, formerly from Wrightstown, Barlingto !aunty, •
• The aboie are a few among the thousanda which this
great remedy has saved from an untimely grave: ••
We have thousands of letters rreiri OhYsieisallf S
KIM who have prescribed and geld' the Tar Cordial;
that they have never u=ed or sold a medical whielegaite
such universal satisiaction. • • - • -
Prepared only by the proprietor, • •
DR. L FI
No. 10 North Second, street, Vtriladelphti,. "
Sold by Druggists everywhOre.
CLtiIAINVIr;OV:I7',; . ':,..:?,
MRS. M. MAYER, - ND. 13 MARKET STREET,:
BEING 'desirousof closing her Sumner ,
Stockof Millinery Goods, olforattir sale at: greatly
reduced prime, such as •
SILK. AND ST.R&W BONN - En, _ ,•••
- H81'81.01) .FLATS;
ConstanCy on hand &splendid nasortinent of
VELVETS, . •
• HOOP SKIRTS,
HOSIERY . • '
• C "
Dealers will do well to, call, as groat *gains; aui be
had as wholesaie... , ; iy
6 GO S T Sjr
EXTERMIN - A*OltS:'
"COSTAR'S" • ErrNiutrtrAToial.
. EXTERittIie,VORA: r •
• BlNSaisilixtoßS. t
"COSTAR'S" EVER RINATORI.
"COSTAR'S" EXTBionse - roßs_
'"COSTAR'S" RXTERRENAProtta •
"COMB'S' . gSTramiNATORS.
$4 TERMINATORS. `
'For Rats, Bllce, - /tOnates, Ants, Bed 'Bugs,
Pleas; Slothi in Pus* Woolens, laats.
on 'Plants, Fowls, Aninuslsf stc.
"15 yam established:la N: City,"
“Only Infallible rent:ladles lutoma”
"Free from Poisothi , / ,
"Not dangerous to the Dugan Family:"
"Rata come oat of theft . holes to dia." ,
,Sold by all Drogglato eyeiraliere - -
pert t l BZWARN of 'all woitbl.oB9 tmitationar
tip" CoacarB I?epot, No. 482 Broeulivay, N. Y.
zyjr-gold by • D. W. ONOBB &CO
. • , Whnleiside•aid'retail Sigmas.
And by all Druggists to liairrisburg,'Pa lehti.d&w9nr
CONCENTRATED' LEMONA . ,DE,
p a pleasant, healthyAwcyrage;
Vory convenient mid reirealiing . ibr invalids baying
fever or great thirst. •
Its portability recommends it to travelers.,
Its convenience atpic-nicc.will be apreciatoml
No sugar required; one table-spoonful simply dissolved
is a glass of cold water and it le done. ' . •
ILELLEWS , DRUG AND FANCY GOOF/STORM,
- ill ti iti E''
C I. 4:::0 A. TE INI, ,
IN D. W . OR 011# .16717 BLOCK,
Market t ,t r4
1 3 e,tadiTistoUrg•
1,000 D Igitr4B),
ei 3resincniiimr • - ' ','
CLOAKS AND 0.111'011'14.813,
• • FINE stualga agAvixAs.
Will open on the Ist of Imar2l-417
. ALBRECHT, Win & SCHMIDT%
SOLE AGENCY AT W. ibrOargli
ea Market street, Harrisburg,
VON REASONS perfectly satisfactory to
MYSELF I have taken the agency of the above west.
exoellent Pianos. The public le imited to come and es
PUBLIC r. SALE
REMAINING IN TIiE.IV:4 I,I MIEMUSE
t ire t iki b : ..;
,i . 104/tiqi, ',li:ituiii'.:iiiitSk:::-tomPßit,
I"BE articles described in , the following
Ji. chedule, having been consigned to the Howard ar
Hope ICxpress Dompany„ and ttia _consignees, after due
andittal notice, nut having taken , them away, nor paid
the casts and expenses • of cirrisige,' will bii: tixposed to
public tale or outcry at the Market kiduse, on SATURDAY,
SEPTOCIAI3tR , 24, 1864. Toe radato gocrEnehats.4B,o'Olisit
ils,thttora oon of said day : • . , J .. i ~_ -
box,,Capt Joii Hutchinson i: 1 ;diel? i.,t2 mu t :
1 'fiax,lif,hltn Wadi I I plige; John itati,o6o • •
l'iticid,„`Pbar , Benshaw 1 eox, ElizabetWWigirming
1 lex/ At oghlin 1 betri'hlrtif &PT litiaty ,
-1 iripg, Geo L Kridert , 1 bottle, Chasifobber '
,1 pkge, Oda SPCiloy
1 le, cot anti boot ate • 1 box, Chew Vebitiodsaider)
, '-fi Mats ' • .: •Lboxi G:l9. 4apelt • ~._ ,: . ,
1 l(ttepe,A I, Battles 1 pkge, Id L McDonald
1 VrePO hams . . 1 pkge, Gee TJEtfirtr z hart ,
1 ilxitill G Wolf " 1 box, Chit TaY iiitf ' '
1 bar Capt W Harland' • 1 trniiitejcW ,
laiiiinr-Geo 8 Daily , 4. 1 trunir,.-FRADidlyt..
1 s ligic „R F .Leinercring 1 box; illtlFite
.1 40,, , X , jl4 Kohler , , , "I, box, Wm 'Weber
lloox,'I:p midi -'. `• I box, Peter)" Wirtz' i ' •
l bilk it if Dolton ' , 1 pkge, J Vogie
'lobe& WH li Porter . 1-pkge, J Nowlin
Lb*, Henry Lander -
1 1 pkge, Lient W S Boyer
1 east, It Pima ' 1 ohne, Wm h orris - '
I. plige,;teo H Russell 1 pkge, W B King- ' -
I"pkgeo Geo Voght f, '' 1 pkge, George Betolitre
1,b0X,. B liosenerants „I. Igo, John A Danixich
1. box Capt Lit Inabuotgl 1 lox, Patrick Finnigan
1 box, M A Stevenson " 1 bOttle;:hine &Intik
1 pkge,-W,m B Moser' • 1 pkge. no-envie , 0 •• ~
, Fpicge, oh d, J'ff tberiole 1 wheel, Capt
-Ilkix,LA F Perinepacker 1 box, no name .
11,bsx,A,4h Lees 1 p box, lettaiilleriiiigin.
"3 Witt ,di P Rerdwick , , ~1 box, no name •
lieirsillapt J Kelm - - •-1 pkge, B Authorize"
C nogg. Mali H. Brown , . 1. rage, J A Nixon", "4X
b9g,,,ltu,id F Crisman I. box, Wm .L Ea, le •
4 . 08 Burgs!, • ,1 born ,' John Ifewoolife
3 g Spalding -'-' ',.'- 1 box tab, Capt .1 J John s on
I box, Cast J Inn ,
dolift , - :.::.1 pkga, David Pepper. .
ri. Dix, A f,Bryant ~ -) , : 1• de will' Carlisle
1 box, Join W Konkine 1 do , giber McMiner
1 box, Miry Radabaugh Idb Mrs g c Jones ,
I.•plcir, of cloth, air inane I. do =Lonise Bailer' „ t
to . , .
ta, W D Jack , . 1 do , Aaron swot* •
ika op andlkout, M Nerdy Ido Jam , a Froebora
VOW, lin P Patterson 1 do "Maui Woß(roOk
1 pkie; J sum -De Boor 1 do no name
1 bug, o name .• ' 1 do • Carl Mayer' :
1 pNg , Dieux filtiEtally“ Ido Theo Tonna:Ural ,
i G bAg, Zd Er Conrad Ido John H. Berylull '
1 c bag, Capt P s Wide 1 do Henry Sakti
I OM, n 9 Dimel ,
de JAM IN:Andel
, '.Theicibpre &Stolen will be exposed to.pedglo sale, as
Aforesaid; according to the provirione of IDM 11,M. nerrirm
&tee act of Acnembly of the Comouneeweadh of Yon-
VYldantia,timpr .ved ' the 16th day of, March, A D. 1151
nth iii I Ihe fetinitionenta Coririnititi the Howard and Hope
Rapreas Pompany have.in all respeautepundied.. The act
of Ask? iisitivia :
. 11- , 4 44 4° 7 /1)-4)
"ikrfid4, or otrel per Ana Laving a lten utou4.iitibds, fiddle
and'in unwise, tor or on account of_the costa and ax
iom* or cantata or storage, or any other charge arising
'treat tit ' transport iyirery keeping, or otor p/e of such. pro ,
petty: I atentt,e owners or combine nabob not pay.M•dla-‘
harge t e amount doe for !Fah omit, pw-nre, carriage,
Menge, r otierchar.es hereinbefoor earned. may. after
Oa i tion of ninety days from the notice ben Maher
ti owit" rc e k o szl to hell the same, or no much thereof as
y to endorse, said 116111.)41.201 , CAUcttOtt:
at• ablloe Or-awe moll Tier' igi4lta , lha 1 1414.14 d
tor xhixtrs Saks of personal property, and that thirty
doys , ,egter of said lien b • given to the ox net or consignee
Or the ,periy, It thby cannot be so' fatted, that the same
shall be advertised weekly in some novi;paper vablethed
in the' Proper city or county to which the pods, war a
Or mercbau , Ise' have been VOA/told, foffour common
dye webka before the sale,Abe.residue of money arising
fr. rikruCh bale, after deducting -. costa " of transportatbh,
chargoand stooge, al vertishrs ant sale, to be beld pub=
Sect to the order fGiii - owneerk owners of such properly."
CEO. BERIRNER. Juppit
AVT-413i ,:- Arifirdirla #9l l ° RaFre33cqiuPtaY•
Northern Central Railway.
: - -r.,..,.: ........„......• , •• . .
I, lIBLIO NOTiOE le terebrigivett that the
' - raaiG ter sot NAGNAGE deacribod lh, the follow
i g lost tampion Unclaimed In the Wareham of the
Northern Celltplil Railway COlnlally, at'Harriebun-. Con
silium:two hirebi nodded to come forwarditeifthariget
and lo their , prOperty,nway t or :the m a n e .:W/11 be sold
&dad gto law. • J. N. DU. BARRY; 13ren'l Supt.
Suenarznazores Orrick 1,
• Annan 16, 18154. j
No 1, Wfilhonsport and Harristn4 i check : l46, one ,
No 2; Elmira and Hinietnitg check
in; orer box, Licht
A Miller, Harrisburg r. • _
No 3; Balumore and Harrisburg check 20, one box
Ho 4, no check, one box, ,T - Barad.; Lockp o rt, Napa
' /40 5.; no check; one box, Lieut A Scott, Harrisburg
None; no check, one box, no marks
No 7; no check, One,bo.x, Jacob . Wearer, Pittsburg
wha No 8, no check, Onit box, - Reuben Porringer,. Delta
t. ' •
No 9; no cheek fair leather trunk, db •
No 10, no chec k, one box, Capt Phillips, Harrisburg
No 11, no check, black trunk, S J, St..foseph's acade
No 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
No 18, no, check, fair leather hunk,,Capt Lyman, Ho fw
No IA, no cheek; blicklehiher 'trunk, no marks
No 15, no Check, black lesteertrank, no marks
No 16, no check, one box, Jun IlfcGoo, Harrisburg •
No 17, no 'Ghana, one ilex, Gee'L Sfapliiinti, Berri, ,barg
No 18, no check, one box, Newport station, Pit P ,
Na 19, no check, one box, Dania Nubian, Phila., e iphi s
No 20, no cheek, black trunk, Jury_ claw*, ;
No Si, Danville and Harrisburg check 512 i tLt..r leather
trunk, Wm Barbet, Milton, Pa
no Chuck black trunk, no marks
No 23, no check, fair loather trunk, W g tat tt, Hunts
No 24, no cheek, fair lather trunk mom greganniei
No 25, no: check, black trunk, bar A I -
No 26, wane*, black. Blink, 1.4 42. ngb
tob N Y - •
tio ;21, WilThiniapoit and :iimilaborg check In, fax=
leather talkie no mark: .
No 38, Baltimore and Harrisburg dm* fair leather
valise; no marks
No 30, no check" fair lathes nAllar. no -mute
' No 60, no chuck, immix tr!eo ; .Boaroe,lAnrJe
3 1 , no check, one bete MlemeiTint' p, Mani
No 32, no amyl-4 one box; "toossarirs •
No 33, *rata and Hanish' irg check/ 09 v one
No 3 5 40 cheek, one b02.,M re Ault, VlMPerikv) Pa
NO . 0 , 40 check ," one bog, ',RAO will, Beading
No 36,• no check, One box, no Wets
No 37, no check, bag of c addles, no marks
Ido 38, no check, raddk a, Ignatius Ploomer, Portage
station • -
N 049, no cheek,' biatea bag; no marks
r4O, no ck, hbe*.bsg, Nary Foster, itarrieargrg
4/, no speck, bl' bag, po marks
N 0 . 42, no Crack, Elauk bag, *0 marks
Nd4a, no dbeak, 'Mick bri,mo ',nsarkit
No 44, na amok,: blackbag it jaadle r , Jermiy Shore, Pa
No 45, Williamsport, and • 'burg check 36 black
t g no marks - ' 4- .
NA 4 6, up obnektroomtw i t= •
No 47,inci oti t ,ft c e ;
NO ali t no meek, carpet bag, no nawka
Nd 44, no check saddle, no 'Mirka
-14 60,f no check, hag, po,mmics
NO 51; notiteck,litte box;rio meal'
'No 52, no check; one box, no ntarka
No 53, no check, hat-box, rat marka
No 54. iniph#ki r .lan ( ,e lol/BerLtkunkon? marks
B , 4'Fleraing, one bund
A L Babcock, 1 bdle rope - --
B:Rutsr, doyen barrels nuts
D Fisher, attcolMhUakent
IV/Men, one barrel' inahlaters
Nalaoa:Bryne &Go, two boxes bitters
8 sarkler,one box lugowo •
RHawkl, onelecannts Moak
maltase* Bi ciaUs% : iiddrli,
"ColtKet,:o44 barrel, tiftIPAN " • -
:Tplioluctkok, Noe ixciltaftwarir.-11::
• 10 i loO k4 treocF.KetlSV;PßNt•Aii ;
-140 :9 0 4 1 4, 1 -. - ,INSk1 1 0 WA, , • , ,
No odoolows:tremton.. 7,
PRICE THREE TSB
OF*" ARRIVAL STEAMER AT NEW , YORK..
larogat's Official Diapitelita- On - I Baar4 Se
• aidei Captured Batik : Eiji --"
A. Rebel Ram_; ._ lcrwv..o
Torpedoes Fished:Oat,. atiths Chapel
nU FORCES 2EXCat.fijr,letßilitilPti;
'I Yesit, Sept. •
steamer McClellan from Near °deans.
on thetB4th iltinib"difilibbile Bay on the.27th,..
arrived( at thislPortzthiwafterrooni ,
,•,fsh e brings Ad ark irai,Rwsgs k official de
spatches regarding the capture ofTott`Mor
gani and the flags of - the rebel ran Terines
aee, the rebel' steamer Selma, and ofiFaits
Gaines mid Morgan:.: ..,
; The rebel ram Nashville 'was blowniii? - by
the U.S. gunboii Wetacinnet,"on - the night
of the 25th inst.,'below Mobile. -She Vas 360
feet long; and 'was to !taunt twelve•guns... .
•Theannboar Oneida..picked up six torpe
does.onthe 2 5#L in this_ channel, below the
;The, rank - Tenneime would -soon leave . - for
Now-Orleans, -The Selma 4a, doing ,duty ; in
• the Union. . : z
• " Ou forces on shore and on shiphoard are
The kteClellan touched off Key West, and
brought `the mails thence. The fever• was de -r
creasing it that pil 11 :4414:-, -
The ihttagon of Gihnote and Jacques to
They Had No Authority 41 4 an Deur!!doh
from the Proddon:. , - .
. - •
ef. • .
. .1 -, . • • W.MOIGSGTON, t..., . •
Ai vv e
The .Ratignal ...egepuNidAiiif;toidiw, is:V r'- '
AreAnthoristsi and . requested.' to awn) . A "....., c61
nOtiv,Puitanding all that has . Men 'Wilde& ''''
.said on the subject, that neittidi Mr. GiSFI2G l i `.
nor Opt; Jacques on -the,. one, hand, nor . Mr.
ain't:ll4,on Atte other, has. ever bp,en, nor is
now Authorized to express any
, dueLtes, views
or op "Aim .ot the tresident 6f the United
...Its. either in Canada or Richmond, on the
Aubje rbritegotiattoirofireace . beyond , what
lanes plainly and carefully Aritten,poer his
-own *Vito i r tdhe, > . - Or,to ktifttmohad
WAS iintradidlan <. M e .- /PARI3 ri.Sithilgilli
and jaqileil 4 iii ;-- • , / privdteAtccount4 -
that they hado antho y whatever to speak
directly or indirectly for tne Presiden t et the
United &ate% othundly‘qe.'nuoirdiially,' - befor
. abraham Lincoln unotiteitify or p"rivatel"y. •
Mr Benjamin's report of the sayings of Mr.
'ilmore and CoL . jaequisjwhilethey: were in
Richmond is eorreet; they'llisdined a respon.
idbili t ty not given to them,-and made state
men whiolly untrue.. e1.i,c, 1 •, . •
indeed while On the'enblect, it ii'prciper to
abliteUat the President; litter, repeated solici
tatiohe consented to give Gilmore arid Jacques
a pass through our military lines. Re did not
request Gen; Grant to OPein: a correspondence
with lien.'Liie IC kitt 'tthiiii a side CondliCt to
Richmond and return. Gen. Grant did that
upon his 5:03171. er,eaposibility. , President Lin
coln's request was merely that Gen.' Grant
wolud pass them tine ugh, his military lines
And. nothing more.
,i : ',i , 1,1 • - , ,
Tettalle Accident on'-the `thiladelphia
• - and Erie Railroad.
An Engine MAMA tO Atoms.
Tvienty Rods'or Track Torn Up.
A,shocking accident'occurred the Phil
adelphia and Erie railroad yestaday. - Arten
gine and tender left the city to bring up an
extra train, and when three miles beyond
Union the - hictfmotive exploded, tearing the
whole engine -to pieces and demolishing the
track for twenty rods; ' • -
littonnell the engineer, 8. - earnek fiuteni"eii;
Hargo,biakearnan, and a stranger namel - Par- -
keri. from Qhataupue county, New YoriF:„'"Were
killed, the list two- had the chitligeeeltielY
blown from their bodies: -
Rlipntrick , o Raid around AO-
The following-lira list of casualties two
of *o4:levelly regiments- daring- the recant
ra id o f Geo. Kilpatrick around Atlanta.
&VMS FESINISYLVAMA .
Ben Mertin, B, NV Lovell, -C, Class Robb,
G, Sam •Alton, H,-D.T Davis, I.
• Wounded—A. E Kline,--A; Zorporal „Darn
.bLe.per E J H Gladlelter, E. M. Zendie„ E.
Sat Balehie, H, Corporal:o P-Keehee, E,
Corporal John Myers, R, - Corporal .Dennis
ttephens, K, Sergeantjaa Rowley, L, .Corpo
rarC M Kantner, D W Robinson, L, John
Missing.' -Captain d G Taylor, K, Sergeant
Reflse, A, Frank Weigley, A; Wm, R o bi nson ,
A, i George Caldwell, E • Bugles.° .T Wil son ,
G, Sergeant J: .A Zummin.ga, I ..Leo Snbert,
Corporal. Gin Royer; J.F._.doel Packer, L,
George W Wilson, 31 1 4 /Raphael :Percy,
gaptain pE . White, A, Lieutenant 0-C Her,
inane, 0, Pat M'Oharty,A,:lttele on _Smith,
Feiniklin Clark,: 0; _Sergeant ;Villifu •gairg,
X : Sergeant Henry Metzner, SergeeakSem
`pOster, E, D H .McDonald, sEePEEIse, J
.i ... ,-
Mini 'rat- stkoolas:arCdull3 Chicago .. and:
Island 1()4; Illinois Central 1 . 2171;,I14-
ii ill'llliiitiril 4 1AmidiC , 132; New lionirdlOonlol)
I flliinTillitithi cod;.dlo.sP EtidinitAia-P
B. , Lck
tfteV'' ihnie int ; ;arntini. tect! 'MI ..,..
)(Rl' Id 244 isollinoilotbo board 242; ' 'Aittoki'
%4 441 s v olvt„.
ii ,.. mk;b4hapciosaluos„ 41..4
1 i ti, vs &mos nsw'ssinoissnisawat o a'
11161. 1 .4 1010 .
7 Tt3lNfi eetee l fra Th eve irTrt etietteght . the .7 + ----
._ The following We t....e i - i i v .. tf /It 14, 4 1i1a IL '• ..
111111(Milbr Vitliitril4ll43t 1 ' ot : ii i ir / e ' ..- b Irti it
4 " 9i4t.r i. i
41irleorir links: 0r
.' - c ,..• tam ' l• ... ~ am..
fight lines, or Montt • • ' o' „„..„, . nsAs s;,., •t„ ...
108'atWilsormtn. POE --- . er4 •
k:Otektley.,;-... ......." 80 008 dal . 6. ................—....
:km. dOYS " $ „ 50 ir. -- .0 WO. •• - ''''' '`..-
'Ririe day!. t •Tiii Utrida l6 32B - 4. •0 ,'' *•-"' -.-. 1 FS' ' •"
Tger, weeic . ... • .... 125 One week..., •••••• - • -4 •11
110ii ie noinfti...' • .3 00 Oimunta i t7 • - ,lpre l iiii ; 7: . ""V
3-Tivo menthe. 4 , 60 I Taiianihh - ...- • ,-- „,, • 10
.Three months 6 50 I Three m0nt1iii,, ,,,,, 11 ...._
six mo n ths - 8 no 1 Six ormilas
One: year. ... ...... . :16 00 I One yeati..::',..'.1...4,0 8 / 1 1 0 . 6' ..' .I ' 4 '. 4 :
Administration Noticed' - 2 76
' 11114Titlire Notices - 76
Auditor's Notices '• - : •4 -1 ii.- - 160
Funeml Notices, each Ineertion. , 60
t:: as- Bueluese•noilehi inirkKie.ttie Legiat Wagfirrit; A ,
before. Nontages and Deaths, &GMT Oilers Fig •
:each nsertion. - - • -
• Guerrilla Warfare. • : , ; 1 ;
Yesterday Lieutenant Colonel Graham, of
the 11th Kentucky cavalry; was captured by _
Cifp .hdit Foreman's guerrillas, when returning
:ftWhisihourn fek , i "lie , iiritar: paroled: it 3
"find:allbled to goto Kkiderlille; to_lprooure4
the l releaise Of -two l lte;Forentarea ganglcoufmail
in - jail at that place. --Three•men acctur4P4 l 9r 1. ~..c t
nig Grahain cadre also ,- ..capturolt.: One 0 %1
them, idr. Samuel .A: White, a.tiidon.nue,,it ,
is prammecl, they Wilk shoot; Thoguenilia- ;out
deluxe has publibirieclareddhat he will @hoot:.
negroes wfituvlie captures thera.:l- -
Aii . ipollAtifiCeirit.
James S. Weed of tll ,has teen . -*minted "S . "
Solicitor of tke,Coartof Claims vice iliTlier 7
' ' • markets by Tetegraoh.; - -
The advance in. gold has 'Caused a little ,
more fineness. I here ‘s bin. little shipping Wind for Rai, and ..9413 , a few, small lots - 110 ->
dold_ for $lO 50®11 for superfine,lll 25011 -- ' 7;2117
74 for extra, and $12®13 for.fti9Y. 4ye flour
is nominal • at - $l.O. 60., , k00ra i meala at 37Ra
Wheat moves slowly at $2 58032 55.foii
Rod. 2 65®2 70 for new and $3 ®3.00T .
for White. Bye is steady at $1 85. ore in
fair request, 5 000 bushels said at"'sl - "$Y
yellow, and $1 71 - for 'mixed.ueoati-dtillititnq
830 for mixed, and $lOO for old. 5:000 kua 4
bailey malt sold at $2 30®,2 50. Patroleum
dull, small sales of crude at 46050, refined in -4/
bond at 82®81e and free . at 88®90 WWI *; •. 11 -
change in proviaionn , Whisky is dull at .$l. 85 -:
refined, $1 88? for Ohio.
BALTIMORE, Sept. 1.
'Wheat active and advanc,ed awe. Flour
firrii; Howard: street superfine U. 73. Whits
corn firm at $1 88091 89; irelliit,"do:-4ery
dull at $1 7ff. Whist lib/ivy - at - ft : B7. • • - •
From Wasllll_lloE - on. •"--
WASHINGTON, .Aiug.-3L ,
The Union Congressional _Contraittee
'immediately issue the lollowinc documents
for distribution among the ReOple
First—McClellan's Military Career; retributdd
'and exposed. • • •-•. „ • ,
Seaohd—George Ef....Petidletoia. his disloyal
record and antecedents. ~
Third—The -Chicago COPperhead. Conven
tion.' The ineniiito'composed it • -
iburth—Base iiirrimder otthe•Gopperheadis
to the re'belain - tams. . 2 •
l'f f gh,- , -The military situation, and. the glo-s
siouo achievements of our soldieril • and inn- --- •
- ors. ; . • ;J., lai
— B4l/i—k few plain words with the berotp , .„l ot ,
”. Rettenth—The, history of M'Clellten—"Arhi
•trarY, arrest" of the Maryland Legi.sTatinit. "f• t
• • .
v t * . le docutnents will be printed in Eng,l4 u.
and clet, 'nut and sent tor two dollars perhuh
cop i L ss. Let the loyal men everywhere , ' 1( . 12
send k,, thet :r - orders to ' 'Hon. James 11.1u-lamonlie.
• D.ll •
7 ashington, w purti , l ei ott • 1 ...
is Maine, hag ti• • Oulie - 1
,G. Cohnrm . J„Q
• 'court of pre.: o to ,
VMS', by a re item ' belongi • to ,na
the front and using a 1:1 4"
intended for another. -Le 3 V 1 4 sun" °
dyed[ dollars. J ' ti o
The -Government, is,in neeo of hor $l l- 6"'
/RoPald. for cavalry and a trip Woke w-oe
- • Jag
Sereeiitileti :t.ebel deserters Virile 40 0 4 CO3--at•II
lance yesterday.... Two -hesitated, Ist ,
Lloid it 'was not compulsoxy to do so,,
will be sent ViThiladelfiliiit•
a k :
• ;VI it,„Krikig:.it 1411:YTYCES.
D"R - AF T • -
PiEtTIiA.DBLPECIA. QUA - EDg t
•- IP ' ' 4 L "
00a. B. 4.
$5OO BOUNTY! For -One year .
vt, a curly - .%
and tiadd cask dream $4OO. Come Shia, or in squado
Any pe:aon briolear,.so Man 'add actrookimi.oaed au a
Second_Lieuktcupp.i .r.nzen a.VlrstLianyaaat; 40 urea a
captain. - , • • • ; • 1:11, rittlrb
The above - NM beixtuteo to thf Jailer. Apply to,
COL A. A.'LECH..UN •
au i 0 ilawiamaitera, 611 0b05i,m 014 ..• 1 0 6 -
Captains of Mtipanies aril Conikatiderg of
trim undersigned are prepared to secure tor
A_ 'all iroluuteers
nes llighe r st Casi, and Gdithrta , =" "
• 17 woke ••••';•
COnxtnittees can be supplied with credits ibt thole t
'ship or county quota,.
nrir ltallstment Paper promptly ; made out, and' meg,
Misruled to putt! mustered in, clothed and equipped, hi
Penieryluania Rearuiting Apeicy- 13WitSt. OA;
(Mice, Parke House, idertet;stroot c het...er_cdm. pint ant
Fouitti str et., kianisburg. • •
Two• ut" the Snit - haw ebnitaissionit to reepitit i ja
States irtrebeSion.. • [auirl.'-' tswins_ ,
DRAFTED MEN, sußsTrrumk,
v'tz." LUN TEE
nt South Sepinth 4,...geomjjtpoi
Air Drafted Men froni MY Or at" Part ar
agate will be tarnished with Zubstiwites at,short 1101,100,
and on liberal terms. .
stir Alen Enlisting, either lie Militates orTolanteesn,
Aria receive the hugest , Botur.iats„ which will be paid It)
(bein in cash as soon as mustered In. '
Irate trill be telieraiiig paid & this ides. - •
W. D. if AVENS.
ail3-tf - • Phdadedphta.....,..
$4O 'REWARD, _ ,
on•the Bth int3t., :from the, il liyetE
stable or the .subscriber, in Herrishutt a Kcj,a
MarE, 9 years obi. 1634 hands high , ,- %Mal star on 11101 0 , 4 .1 .
mane and tail; 3 white mark au #Bl/ t hind pasture;
- shows the white of ber eyes when working iinnhnig
Lead ; always liaraws undet:_abe ontabile. edso,
BOGGY, painuai ilea., striped, white, letter d,oi be
sate panels, Madan Ma &ion Mat' Alp; = Lies rob •
HARNitsB. $4O reward 3F91 411.9kkd r9r4Aretnr4 efthe
Mire, Bopy and Hamm t, or for. au& fithirticAtienlii
Mail to their recovery; axed then riot of Wet':
F. S. SWAIN!, -1
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