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FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1864
P_l ADVERTISERS.—AII Adver
sxements, Bsiness Noti insertion in the
o,auk to • secure
TeI..E.GIiAPH, must invariably be accent
sse+ed with the CASH.
u,-eri isements ordered in the regular
o.43ning Edition are inserted in the Maim
ing, Edilleu without extra charge.
1"99N AND COUNTRY.
DR. 11Tomm may be consulted at room No
7, State Capitol Hotel.
TEE Holum GUARDS are requested to turn
out for dull on Saturday evening at 6 o'clock.
gy order. [2t] G. PRINCE, Captain.
DR. NITRIDE will describe your disease
without asking questions.
STILL THEY COME.—Enoh day brings seve
ral hundred men to camp,. in obedience to
Untie Samuel's• call for aid to crush the re
bellion. The regiments to be organized will
be the best ever sent from Pennsylvania, in
point of physical strength, and-there is not
the least doubt that when our armies are re
inforced by them, the death-blow, to the re
bellion will be speedily dealt, and then we
shall rejoice at the early prospect of perma
DYSPF.PSU and Liver Complaint cured by
the ICING OF PAIIi.
DISTAESSING 0001710114N0E. —A distressing
accident occurred in the military camp at
Chambersburg, on Sunday afternoon last, by
which Mr. William Gelwix, a young man be
longing to Oapt. Stroud's company of one
hundred days' men, lost his life. He was in
the act of jumping a fence, when his pistol,
which was loaded and in hie belt, was acci
dentally discharged, the contents penetrating
his abdomen. He lived but thirty minutes
after the fatal occurrence. He was a son t ‘of
Mr. Daniel Gelwix, of Upper Strasburg,
TILE Krso or PAIN may be had at the corner
of Fifth and Market streets.
A NIGHT WITH SHAX,SPHA.HE I—Richard
To-night the great Tragedy, Rroaann
will be performed at the Theatre. .The play
will be presented in magnificent style, with
scenery pre flared expressly for.it. In the ex
cellent east we find the following appointment
of characters: Richard, Mr. Meeker; Ilenry,
Mr. Crossen. ; Queen- Eiiaabefh, Miss Nellie
Sprague ; Lady Anne, Miss Fanny Denham;
Duchess of York, Mrs. Rainford, &o. This is
one of the standard Tragedies, and. will at
tract an immense audience. Go and spend
*n evening profitably, in witnessing one of
the greatest ofShakspeare's productions. Se
cure your seat early, at Bannvart's.
TEE KING OF PAM cares dysentery and
diarrhoea in their worst form.
SOLDLEB'S FUNERAL. —Yesterday afternoon
the remains of Lieut. J. S. Royer, Ist U. S.
Cavalry, were interred, with military honors,
in the cemetery. There was a large concourse
of citizens in attendance, besides a company
of soldiers, and a number of officers of the
army. The coffin was enveloped in the stars
and stripes, and the funeral notes of the drum
and fife imparted a solemnity to the occasion.
Another brave soldier has been sacrificed—
another has been added to the number of the
slain, whose murder must be answered for
by the instigators and leaders of the accursed
rebellion. How can any one witness these sol
emn scenes, and gill sympathize with those
infamous traitors ? Yet we have such in our
THE KNIG or PAIN cures headache and tooth
ache in five minutes, by external application.
Tan Coen COMBINATION rs BA.urratons—The
citizens of Baltimore recently held a meeting
for the purpose of devising ways and means
by which they might avoid the payment of
the high rates demanded for coal by the deal
ers of that city. A committee was appointed
to visit the mines, and learn the prices at
which coal can be obtained there. Yester
day's Baltimore papers contain the report of
the committee, from which we glean the fol
lowing items : Soft coal similar to that of
Lykens Valley, is sold at the mines at $6.50
per ton of 2240 pounds ; hard coal, at the
mines, $5.50 per ton. The committee recom-
mend the formation of a company, with a
capital of $250,000, in shares of $5.00, each ;
so that each citizen may have op opportuni
ty to share the advantages to be gained by
purchasing at the mines, as the dealers in that
city have combined to advance the_ prices
several dollars per ton.
TEM KING OF rAIN IVA neuralgia 41.1 ita
most acute form.
001,7 (1002e8 CATALPA' CONPiNDIUM, just pub
lished by Lippincott k, Co., is a long needed
book. It contains just the information a re
cruit wants, together with that which• is re
quired to make intelligent non-commissioned
hisciplino, diet, care of arias, duties of. sen
tinels, sabre exercise, manual of the carbine
and revolver, care of horses, and usages pre
vailing in camp and field, form the substance
Of the book, It states the soldier's rights as
well as his duties, and gives much informa
tion gleaned from cumbersome and expensive
books, and more than can be learned only by
practical experience, compressed in a small
Portable volume. -
The author, Major James A. Congdon, 12th
Penna. Cavalry, is a soldier seasoned in the
school of bard service—knows whereof he.
vrites, emdhas a high faith in the eflicbtin99
of his arm of the service. The general 'use
of his book would lighten the labor_ of-his'
fellow officers. For sale at Bergner's. Price
Warm at the State Printing Office, an ac
tive, intelligent boy. One accustomed to
reading manuscript will be preferred.
Danw Comma !—This famous com
edian has been engaged by Mr. Rouse, and
will appear at Brant's Hall next week. Mr.
D. is without a rival in his line of acting and
will draw immensely.
Morns, sores and old wounds successfully
treated by the KENG or PAIN.
Emit= SLEEPING Cess.—Several new and
splendid sleeping cars have bean finished and
placed upon the Pennsylvania Central . Rail
road. These cars are built upon the most ap
proved plans, the patents of Woodruff, Knight,
Myer and others being used in their construc
tion. Everything that art could suggest or
taste dictate has been done to render them
safe and pleasant. The cots are large and
roomy, and so arranged that the sleeper can
not by any possibility fall out., The rich
curtains of brocade satin delain present a
very attractive appearance, and are inkeeping
with the other arrangements of the cars.
Among the many improvements, we noticed
several large berths, constructed with the view
of accommodating families, which are as re
tired as a chamber in a hoteL Parents trav
eling with their children will appreciate this
improvement The heating apparatus is very
ingeniously contrived, the stove or furnace
being under the car, the heated air passing
through in pipes. The ventilation is also
complete. We con.giStulate the traveling tub
lie upon the introduction of these cars, and
hope to see them upon all our roads in a short
time. Many of the objections heretofore
urged against sleeping cars have been remov
ed by the numerous improvements now intro
daced, and we have no doubt they will be
patronized by those who are compelled,
through business or pleasure, to tra•.rel during
. THE ICING OE PAIN corrects all tlAl 4.rregu
arities of the system.
Casa Passztrwrioic —The friends of Dri
W. W. Robinson, in this city, presented that
gentlethan, last evening, with a costly and
substantial Cane, as a token of their regard
for him as a physician, and as a mark of their
confidence in him as a man. The presenta
tion took place at the State, Capitol Hotel,
last evening, and after doe speeches on the
part of the donors and donee, the company
partook of a supper prepared in the beat style
by the host of the State Qapitol.
The Cane is the most costly stick ever got
ten up for presentation in this city. It is the
best quality of ebony, finished in the highest
style of Lee's workmansb ip, surmounted by a
massive and elaborately carved head, bearing
the following inscription: •
Presented to Dr. W: W. Robinson, of Hick
ory Grove, Northumberland county, by Capt.
McCall, Frank H. Mcßeynolds and friends.
The Fame friends who got up this costly
staff, presented to the wife of Dr. Robinson
a splendid silver Cas'or, which, as a piece of
workmanship excels any article of the same
kind we have ever seen.
Lee, 69 Market, street, furnish d the Cane
presented to Dr. Robinson. The stock of
''valuable Canes on hand at this establishment
is very large, and those who design such an
article for personal service or for presenta
tion, should give Lee a call:
IF TILE KING OF Peru does not perform all
that is claimed for it, the money NOE be re
A EiRELSHCIBG HERO A.V.D sirs HARD FOUGHT
Rwrrtars.—Among the gedlant your:lg.:men who
first responded to the call for soldiers to de
fend the honor and enforce the authority of
the Government, was John K. Daman, of this
city. He enlisted in, the three months' ser
vice on the very day the call for troops was
issued, and as soon as that term expired, he
re-enlisted in CoL Sam. ]lack's regiment for
three years, in which he served gallantly until
the end of his time of enlistment, when he
was honorably discharged. The following are
the terms of his discharge:
Lance Corporal John K. Damara is a good
and honest soldier, and was engaged in the
following battles: Yorktown, Hanover Court
House, Mechanisms lle, Gaines' Hill, Malvern
Hill, Fredericksburg, G:roveton, Antietam,
Blackford's Ford, Chancelloraville, Gettys
burg Rappa Station, Mine Run, Wilderness,
Todd's Tavern, Bethesda Church, Spottsylva
nia, Fetereburg, Vs., and Weldon Railroad.
After serving in all these battles, after par
ticipating in innumerable skirmishes, Lance
Corporal Dumars returns to his home with
out a scratch on his body, having passed
through every fire unscathed. He has reason
to be proud of his record, and his country
men must be grateful for his services. , Such
soldiers are worthy of our highest honors.
We bid him thrice welcome to his home.
Tuz ELM of Eux purifies the bleed
The Draft—Fourth VDard Hooting.
A meeting of the citizens, exempts as well
as non-exempts, of the Fourth ward, will be
held at the hall of the MIK> Fire company at
7i o'clock this evening, for the purpose of
adopting measures to fill the quota of the
ward. Since the last meeting circumstances
have occurred which place the condition of
the ward, with reference to the draft, in a
much more favorable liesitiasx, and ii IL% con
fidently expected that, with a' united effort
now, the quota can readily be filled previous
t o the actual drawing of conscripts. A full
attendance is earnestly requested. MAN?.
Tin Wenn EizzatoATE ELEcxxott.—An el ee
tion for • delegates to represent the Thitrd
ward in the Vnion County Convention, w ill
be held at the usual place of holding suoh
election, (at the Parke House, on Markot
street,) on Saturday evening next, at the usual
time. HENRY THOMAS,
dtd Chairman of County Committee
The 'Union voters Of the Sixth ward will'
meet at Bailey's Maroon Hops° on Aatordey .
Avening, Sept. 3d, giel e!elock, for the par
pose of deethig •Xtedqpttes to the Union Comp ,
ty motion Weider of Fasehtive
mittN. - zieplidtat,
;i4 - Lird.
DYSPEPSIA. Conn.—One of tho VV:
eases to which the human family is Wits; is
Dyspepsia. It not only disqualifies man
from the pursuit of business or pleasure, but
it makes life itself a burden. lead the fol
lowing wonderful cure :
11..musztuma, Aug. 15, 1864.
To whom it may concern:
Dyspepsia, in its most malignant form, had
almost reduced me to a living skeleton, and I
was one of the most miserable men that
walked the streets of Harrisburg. I had
used all the known remedies, as well as pre
scriptions from the most eminent physicians,
without deriving any benefit. Happening to
pass the corner of Fifth and Market streets,
I saw Dr. M'Bride, awl after listening to his
remarks, I concluded to give his KING OF
PAIN a fair trial. I have done so for the last
twelve days, and lam now able to work, can
eat almost anything the appetite craves, sleep
well, and am a new man in every sense of the
word. Every person afflicted with Dyspepsia
should give it a trial, for since it has wrought
such a quick cure upon me, there is no ques
tion but what others will find it a "Balm in
Gilead," to drive away disease.
P. S.—On the 19th day of September, 1863,
I was exempted by the Surgeon of Board of
Enrollment. lam now received by the Sur
geon as in perfect condition to be able to do
any kind of duty becoming a soldier.
City of llarrisbury, Pa., 8. A.
Before me, an aldermah of the city of Har
risburg, Penns, personally appeared John
Weaver, who, after being sworn according to
law, did depose and say that the matter set
forth in the above statement, to which he
had subscribed his signature, is strictly cor
rect and true.
HENRY PEPPER, Alderman.
City Harrisburg, Penna., Aug. 24, 1864.
A WONDERFUL CURE EFFECTED BY THFNEING
OF PAlw.—Read the Evidence. —Some three
years ago the small-pox broke out in Harris;
burg, and foemany weeks I was in constant
attendance upoff patients ,affiiotod With this
most loathsome disease. The duties I was
compelled to perform impaired my health
Very seriously. iffy liver failed in its usual
functions, disease of the spine followed, and
my kidneys were also affected. Add to these
afflictions a constant constipation of the bow
els, attended by severe headache, and the
reader can judge of my situation. With such
a complication of diseases, I was still com
pelled to work, and was only enabled to do so
by the constant use of purgative medicines,
which I have steadily taken for fourteen
months, in the vain hope that they would
eventually bring my system to its normal
condition again. I heard of Dr. M'Bride per
forming miraculous cures with his "King If
.Pain," but I doubt‘d its efficacy in my ease.
Still, as "drowning men will catch at straws,"
I called upon him, and a few minutes
after a single application my headache dis
appeared! Encouraged by such a marvel
lous cure, I used his King of Pain inter
nally, and this 19th day of August, in the
year of our Lord 1864, I em again a sound
man. The kidneys, bowels and spine are
soundin every respect, as they were ten years
ago, and I am able to do a fall day's work,
and sleep after it as wdll as the healthiest day
I ever saw.
I reside in Oenslager's row, North street,
Fifth ward, Harrisburg.
Oily of Harrisburg, ss :
Before me, W. Kline, an alderman of said
city, personally came Jacob `larger, who,
being duly sworn, says that the facts set forth
above are just and true.
Sworn and,subscribed, August 20, 1804, be
fore W. ALINE, Alderman.
Witness—U. J. Jouns. -
frlnumunG, Aug. 30, 1864.
To the Public.—lt gives me great pleasure
to recommend to the public the medicine pre
pared by Dr. J. J. If:Bride, which he calls
the "King of Pain." I was induced to use it
as an external remedy for a bruise, which it
relieved immediately and subsequently cured
entirely. Its success induced me to use it in
ternally for Diarrhoea, with which I was af
flicted in a chronic form for nearly eighteen
months, and to such an extent that my kid
neys were seriously deranged. The medicine
has cured me, and certainly that is 'saying a
great deal in its favor, when I reflect how
many other remedies I tried without experi
encing anything but temporary relief. For
my part, I shall always keep a supply of it in
my house, believing as I do that it is,a most
invaluable family medicine.
DANIEL E. WILT.
Sonnorss nv - Ca,nr. —A military camp may
be under the beat sanitary regulation, and
still not be without sickness. The diseases
incident to camp, aside from epidemics and
fevers,- are diarrhoea, dysentery, filid consti
pation of the bowels, caused by a change of
diet, water, and general habits. Ds. N'Bride's
Km or Pew gives immediate relief, and in
all cases•effeota a cure, by regniStimt the bow
els, and restoring the deranged functions.
No soldier should be without a bottle.
For sale at the corer of Fifth and Market
streets--Camp Curtin every morning.from 9
until 12 o'clock. The Doctor can be con
salted at Boom N0..7, State Capital Hotel,
morning, noon and evening.
WE think Dr. MBride is right in recom
mending his Ring of Pain to the soldiers. It
Is certain to relieve them in less than five
minutes of any disease they are liable to have
in camp, more expressly the diarrhcea, bloody
flux or cramping pains in the bowels. To be
had at the corner of Fifth and Market, at the
cam of the State Capital Hotel, or every day
at Camp Curtin.
Lochiel Greys One Years Service.
A few more men wanted to fill up this or
ganization. $5OO local bounty o paid, $lOO
Government, making WO bounty. Men will
go to camp and draw uniforms as soon as
mustered in. Rally men, and avoid the corn-
Mg draft. Headquarters, Walnut street be
twobn Third and fOlarth streets,
Pa W. A. car._
liWits. Theodore Thomas* nocrunuig
Fos Sams---An elegant , building lot,, situat
ed on Third street above North, 21 feet front
by 131 feet in depth, running to a 20 feet
wide alley. Forpartionlars enquire at
att9-dtf THI I S OFFICE.
The election of delegates to represent the
Third ward in the Union County Convention,
will be held at the Franklin Hquse, on Satur
day evening next, at the usual hour. By or
der of the Executive committee of the Third
SOLDIERS, TAKE IT WITH YOU!
The greatest trouble to persons in the Army, espeoially
In this aeaaoa, is Dysentery, which (by death or by disa
bility) weakells the service more than the Rebels do.
Very many have faced, upon trial, the DYSENTERY
DROPS are among the very best preeentatiter and ewes
that are to be Eve.y officer and eve y soldier
should carry it With lien, and thereby reasonably insure
hims - lf against a great danger. It is preparrd in Harris
burg by MRS. L. BALL, at tr Fine street between Second
and Front. Take a phial with you. ' Nino 26 cents.
Kromer's (Uphads) Hair Dye
50 CENTS A BOX.
Bova larger than Dyes that sell for $l.
NATURAL, DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL.
Wanmakrizo to please. This article has been
thoroughly tested by Da CEIMTON of New
York, and Professors Boofa and Garrett of
Philadelphia, who pronounce it free from all
poisonous ingredients, and the material com
posing it will not injure the most delicate
htir. Sold by Druggists and Fancy Goods
JNO. J. KROMER, Sole Proprietor,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The inebriate may now bid defiance to the
tempting cup. Dr. Zane's antidote for strong
drink is a certain cure for drunkenness. It
creates a dislike for strong drink, and can be
administered without the knowledge of the
Descriptive circulars sent to any address.
For sale by all respectable druggists in the
United States and Canadas. Price $1 per box,
or packages of six boxes for $5. •
JNO. J. KROMER, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The oldest and most reliable medicine for
the cure of Spenxiaorticea, Seminal Weakness,
Loss of Power, &o. This medicine has stood
the test of over thirty years, and has always
proved a success.
Dr. RAND'S SPECIFIC is exhibited in the
form of pills, made up entirely of substances
that have a specific effect upon the generative
organs. Most persons associate the idea of
operations upon the bowels from taking any
kind of pills. The SPEcIFIc of Dr. Rand is
not intended as an evacuating medic us. Its
medicinal virtues are expended entirely upon
the impaired regenerative organs. The pills
are not unpleasant to the taste, and many
persona masticate them with impunity before
swallowing them ; which plan we would al
ways recommend, as affording the speediest
way to get the effect of the remedy.
Price Si per box, or six boxes for $5. Sold
by druggists everywhere.
The. 1. KROMER, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut Et.,, Philadelphia, Pa.
DR. BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIPIO PILLS cure, in
less than 20 dam the wore& cases of NEHVOUUNSSS,
Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal meekness, Insan
ity, and all Urinary,. Sexual and Nervoua affections, no
matter from what cause produced. Price, One Dollar per
box. Sent, postindoi by mall, an rem ipt of an order.
One Box will perfect the cure in most cases. Address
JAYA'S S. BMUS,
iyl6-d&wBnt General Agent, 428 Broadway, N. Y.
Bounty, PenalOn, Back Pay; Subsietence and Military
and War Mime, generally, made out and collected. Per
tain* realding at a distance can have their Madness trans
sated by mall, by addreaelng
el 7 dlr Third stress, Banishers Pa
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
or "SLITHT COLD" In Its first stage; that which in tho'be•
ginning would yield to a mild remedy i
np acted; soon
attacks the lungs. "Brown's Bronchia Trochee' give
sate and almost Immediate relief Military Cyrwars and
Soldiers should have them, as they can be awned *a the
pocket and taken as occasion require/. auglo-dawlat
THE most healthy persona feel more or less
weak this extreme warm weather, and late their ap
petite. They need • good nitrous Tonle—one that will
strengthen the permit spasm tied atoatach. This they
Can get at be cents per bottle, at Mrs. L Sell'; No. at,
South Pate street, Harrisburg. Orders from a -distance
promptly attended to. augl
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such univenad de
mand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emollient in itt nature, fragrantly scented,
and extramely beneficial in its action upon the skis.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The only Hondas, True and Reliable Dye Known.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfect—ohanges Red, Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brawn
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality frequently
restoring its prisgne color, and rectified; the ill effects of
bad Dyes. Thellimuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCH
MOS. All others are mere imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, gro Factory—Si Bat-
CLAY ST, N. Y.
dATOEILoa's maw MIXT MAX POT DROWNS Tel mutt.
Swallow two or three hogsheads of "Bache," "Tonic
Bitten'," "Sarsaparilla," "Nervous Antidotes," &0., Ace.,
lea, and a ft er yon are satisfied with the result, then try
one box of OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECI
FIC FlLLS—and be restored to health and vigor In less
than thirty days. They are purely vegetable. pleasant to
take, prompt and salutary in their effaces on ths broken
down and shattered ooluctitetion. Old and young can take
them with advantage. Imported and sold - in the united
States only by JAR S. BUI'LRR,
No. FIT Broadway, New York.
WA,Vellt for the United States.
P. 6.—" A Bon of the RUN IRlOule l 9 packed, 'be'
Mailed to any address onveasipt of price, whi chis ONE
DOLLAR, post-paid—mormy refended by the Agent if
entire satisfaeflon is not given. jytfi-e&wam
Norm me Tim um:
Dear Sir: —Wit h pair penribmion I wish to say to the
readeins et your paper that I will Bend, by return mail, to
all who wish it (nee,) &Recipe, with tall directions air
making and using a simple rateable Balm, that will ef
fectasmY remove In ten diva, Pimples, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Akin, leaving the same
soft, clear, smooth and beantifoL
I will also mail free to those having Bald Heads or Bare
Faces, simple directions and lnformattoa that will enable
them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
or a Moustache, in lees than thirty days.
All applloation• answered dul by return mail without
charge. ly yours, 1708. F. OFLIPMAN, Chemist,
631 illreldWay, New York.
Third Ward Delegate Election.
Dr. Rand's Specific.
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED!
Military Business Attended To.
"A Slight Cold? , Coughs.
PURE vEGET. tLE TONIC.
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
Bateheloes Celebrated Hair Dye
IS TEE REST IN THE WORLD.
A CARD To TRH SUFFARCNO.
SELLING of Summer Goods at low prices,
each as Summer Drees Goods, fawn& San Umbrellas,
Leal Shawls, and Summer Henna We have also on
hand a very large assortment of Mug Una, Calicos, Ging
ham, Stockings, Handkerchiefs, Black Mhos, Paid Silks,
White Cambric*, Undressed ?ranee Cambric; White and
Colored Flannels, and in fact an assortment of dry goods
not surpassed by any' To all of which we Invite those
who wish to purchase, sqd prothide Wean at Iwo prize
than wnoan replace them for spirt es all kinds of ury
goodnore advancing Drew day, new Is she time to buy.
brie & LEWr.
TUbT RECEIVED 4.1 gallons, pure currant
lJ ,wlne, from a Laseeeter eon* the finest
fkbenttie pint in thin city. , trioe ant . rhea
sati(as It 4
SALES OP REAL ESTATE.
TN pursuance of• an Order of the Orphans'
1. Court of Dauphin county, will ba as t wod to tr il e , on
,SATUBLIAT, the 2-Ith slay of Septemtw, at the court
House In the city of flanisbarg, tho following real estate'
A VALUABLE BUILDING LOT, •
Situate in the city of Harrisburg, fronting twenty-one
feet eight inches on l bird street, extending beck on liftin
kel alley One hundred and thirty feet, anti adleining lot or
This property Is situated about one half square above
North street, and is one Of the most desirable building lots
in the city. Late the estate of David G. May, deceased.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. of said day, when
attendance will be given and conditions of sale made
known, by DANIEL, G. MAT,
Administrator of said deceased.
J 2.40. BLIGLAI.I - D, Clerk 0. C.
Harrisburg, Sept. 2, 1861 [sep2-doaw2w
LL be sold at public sale, on THURS
DAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1864, at 2 o'clock r st
Smut's Hall, in the el y of Harrisburg the beautiful and
oestr.ble country creat or Christian P. Htiehnien, in Susque
hanna township, within a half mite of the limits of the
city of Harrisburg,
Containing about Par ly.five Acre',
(Including about OK acres of Woodland,' adjoining lands
of the late Wm. Colder, Sr., and Joseph giddy and others.
The improvemrnts consist of a neat and comfortable
DWELLING, with several separate summer kitchens and
Spring House, •
A. LARGE NEW BARN,
And other cutbufdings—the entire place in excellent con•
dition with new fenoea The place is particularly well
stocked with the choicest varieties of pears, peaches, ap
ples, cherries, grapes, se.. 6 c A small stream of water
sunning through the middle of the place
Conditions or sale made easy and accommodating.
Possession given April 1, 1865.
ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, 1864,
THE subscribers, agents for the heirs of
Frederick Wonderly, Sen.,late of Mechanicsburg,
Pa ,dec'd, wilt sell on the premises es the following valuable
real estate, viz:
A tract of Limestone Land containing 67 aores and eg
perches, all clear, in a high state of cultivation and under
good fencing, Waded in Silver Spring township, Cumber
land county, Pa., two miles West of Mechanicsburg, near
the road leading from that place to Carlisle. The improve
ments are a good
TWO-STORY HOUSE, A GOOD BANK BARN;
wagon shed, corn crib, and all other necessary outbuild
ings. There are also two wells of never-failing water on
the farm, one of which is near the door: an orchard of
choice fruit, and a limekiln on the premises. The land
has been all limed. The proximity of this property to
the enterprising town of Ifechanicsburgi always affording
an excellent market for the products of the farm, renders
it highly desirable.
At the same time and place, a tract of Mountain Land,
situated in Silver Spring township, Cumberland county,
containing 10 acres and 14 perches, easy of acoess.
Persona desiring to view the property previous to the
sale will please call on George Wonderly, residing on the
farm, or W. IL Wonderly, raiding in Mechanicsburg.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, P. et. when terms will
beenade known by GEOR& WUNDkttLY,
W. it. WONDSRLY.
Agents for the heirs of J. F. Wonderly, dec'd.
A. PRACTICAL TANNER will find steady
employment, at good wages, by applying to the
undersigned in p irson or by lawn Must be a good
biuttnaman, or saber and industrious babits None other
n. ed appyr FISNItY KURT
MOUNT lA, Lancaster Co., Pa. au3l4llw
CARPENTERS, Cabinet Makers, Machin
lets end Moulders wanted, at the EAGLE WORKA
aug2L. dltul W. 0 At KOK.
Stoneware Potters Wanted!
A TURNER of small ware, also a SETTER
OP' KILN and BURNER, want A, at Um Harrisburg
stoneware Pottery. Enquire of
aug3o4 w] COWDEN & WILCOX.
[Baltimore American copy for one week and send bill
to th.s Odic°, immedLtely, for coliect - am J
To work on a bench in a store where he will
be p 4 mainly situated, and waged good. App yat
ISt East Market, WINS Harrisburg, Pa.
fogfig3-o2w* JOHN KOBER
Notice to Bridge Builders
qin - F. undersigned, Commissioners of Dan;
'plan ocenty, Pennsylvaa a. will receive Sealed Pro
posals up to September the 21st, (Wednesday,) at two
o'cLoeit P. at., for building, superintending and tarnishing
all the materials for a new-roofed Bridge across Arm
strong cr.elt, in Jackson township, said county, east of
Hadfas„ at the site referred to by tne late Reports of the
Grand inquest of the coon y, somewhere south, or nearly
SO, of Fisheravtle. Said bridge to be forty feet span, on
the Barr Top Arch plan, and to be as high as what the
OM bridge (now standing) Is ; north aide wing walls to be
fourteen feet long, an.s those of the south side ten to-t
long Proposals to be endorsed OIL the srAteltleationsi
which may be bad at the °nice of the Conn.y Commis
sioners at Harris , urg, on apelleation by letter or other
wise. ' Letting to be on said day and to the lowest re
spoosible bidder. HENRY. HARTMAN,
JAUOII J. ALLLEIdSN,
att29.4l.hwtil HOBERT W. GLUM.
NEW AND CHOICE SHEET MUSIC
FOR THE PLOD FORTE,
lue Sword that my bravo boy wore. J. G. Clark. E 0
"They have sent me tha mold that my brave boy wore
On the tied of hie pang renown."
I live for those who love me. J. G Clark. • 30
We shall be known above. Song and Chci. J: G. Clark. 30
"Under the in the waters ran,
Under the toe our spirits tie,
The genial glow of the summer ma
Viol loosen their fetters by and by."
Do they pray for mo at home. Song and Ciao. Fiske. 30
Tenting on the tht Camp Ground. as sung with great
applause by the '‘Ebuoialnson Family." so
Tony Pastor's Ned.ey. 44a,,,tett to the popular Melody,
"The Cottage by the tea." 80
Music oters Wind Ow. ht Medley Song and Cho. Frank
Emu/ciliation. Song and Chmns. Dedicated to all Lov
ers of Freedom. so
The above nee and popular Sheet music sent by mail,
poet-pail, on receipt of pnce.
WIVES, DIMON' tt CO, Pahlsbere, Boston.
For sale by J. E. GOULD, Philadelphia
THE DAY eiBUSHPIELL MINING COMPANY
20 =mutes Katz Ns's , Tom
THE a tt en ti - 0 - u of the public is called to the
advantages offered by this oosipsy - for
Prolitable , lnvestment.
The extent and value of its
coupled with its process for working them, make it the
moat desirable property ever offered to the publls:
Detailed information in regard to its extent and pros
pects can he had at the office of the undersigned, agent of
the company, who will - receive enbecriptions to stock.
MDT W. SAM, agt.„
Office Third street, near Wahmt,•llairieburg, Pa.
YR & A. Beam
teke pentsure thaiyour "DI AWOL&
XiXIURE" exceeds anyklibg of the Inid thji, T 'ever
Imagined. I was %en' much Miatil.4l with Manton, and
could OM teething to help , use Li the hest, Mtn I took
'Aire R4ste..hopitjth ait
128 e Ic it may be, the means argaadial.".. a Pq w lii i g e
of the tnatithhilledni of your at -
• itTeri ralteetteuy yourA :ill. amcw,
Finn %.4 6 0:. .11‘42Pumlif
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL.
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Souse's Star Combination Company,
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. aa, not,
Will be presented, for the first Gme,
SHARESPEERS GREAT RISTGRICAL TRAGEDY),
NEW SCENERY I NEW SCENERY !
AKR- The manager has the pleasure of annnounctag that
he has effected an engagement with the famous Comedian,
For farther particulars see programme
New National Theatre !
CORNER OF NORTH SECOND AND EZYGTH STREET&
Managers and sole Proprietors ....MARBLE &WELKER.
rriErBEAUTIFUL TEMPLE OF THE
Ame will open on MONDAr STRIVING sezpi.
sth, with a now and augmented company, a..bratang
some of the first artists In the United States. The teen
agers wish the public to understand that this is to be con
ducted 341 icily as a Snidest theatre, and not anything
before or behind the outtalk shall be allowed to offend
even the most fastidious. And we would wleh the public
to know that improper charectt rs will Rot be admitted in
any part of the house. This is a rule that Will be 'strictly
adhered to. On
MONDAY EVENING, NHPIEMBNE 8, 18114,
• The performanoe will commence with the beautiful do
=still drains, ue three acts, by Reward Inaba, 114., on
With new Scenery, Cs:Acmes, Machinery, etc. This
play was performed at the .7 he/tre Antbignse de la few
nue, Paris, for upwards or three hutter4 night; and at
the Princess boyal , London. For disirtinchat of char—
acters age programme of the day.
Phislild OF AD31.1.3-lON.—Parquette, 50 cents;
y, 25 cents; Orcheetrn . atairs, 41 00; Private Boxes,
$6 end $lO
Doom epon at 1)4. Curtain Wes at 8 o'Clock.
Box (Alice open tram 10 till 12 a_ YL, and Prow 2 till
r lc, when 8048 can be reaerrad wlrk,nat excreta:Large.
THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. Ist, 1864.
BENI I 4FIT OF .
Who all appear to Soup Dances, and the CharaCter of
SANFORD'S UNCLE TOM'S CABIN !
See bills of the day.
iffis company corollate of the best star psi -
1 turmoil, oonsistiag or
The uuresgera takes pleasure in mosauasing that they
Wend making this THE Contort Hall et' the atty.
BARRY WELL& & 00.; Proprietor
Buns POILTIR, BUSllleills Agent. astil4
CAN HOB LTIVir HALL.
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
Business Agent • . -
Stage if Anwar
Leader ur Orchester
OPEN every night with a firet-wasti (Jon/-
palsy of male end female artistes. The perform
ance =brazes every variety of lortamato amusement,
BURLESQUES, AND JESTS.
Admission, 25 cants. SINUS in private boxes 03 Cents.
Doors open at 7. To commence at lio , cloalt. Jyißdcf
THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
Pitovose Massa-tr.'s Oremit, 14th Durnuee,l
Mutrusainta, Pa., August 15, 1864. j
THE FOLLOWING REGULATIOS OF
the Provost Marshal's Office are published for the in
struction and guidance of all persons interested, in order
that, in future, the pfunic need. not be in doubt as to
when, where and to whom to apply for information on
matters connected with this department.
let The Board of Enrollment convenes each day (Sun
days excepted) in the proper room at 10 o'clock J. a. If
business requires it, the morning session will continue
till 12% We Mx P. at.; the afternoon sessions commence
at 2% o'clock and continue till 6 o'clock e. a. In no
case will ocamivations for disability be made atter day.
2nd J. J. Weitzel, principal clerk to Board of Enroll:
meat, will at all times furnish information proper to be
furnishes from the records of the Board.
3rd A. F. Clapp, adjutant and special deputy, will be
found to the office room of the Provos& Mama.. Re has
a generalonarge and can be applied to in all cases.
4tn The Enrollment Department, in in charge or D. S.
6th A. E. Eyster superintends the mustering arid re
cruiting department, and has charge or the records and
reds connected therewith; also, with enlistments Into the
"Veteran It serve Corps. '
6th R. E. Ostde has charge of the clothing depart
7th For information with reference to horses and
property seized as the property of the Governs eta, ap•
ply to John E Heller, in the Mustering and necruitteg De.=,
SW For information with reference to Deserters and
persons arrested, apply to same depastaaent
Bth John Charters has charge of accorm a, records, Ste.
10th Fur infurmation upon any eub,ect not above eye.
cifoally design& ed, apply to the Provost Marshal, or to
Adjutant .t. Clapp.
114 2 , Ali clerks and employees are required to be at
their posts for duty'at 8 o'clock A. M. the office win be
olosee to the public at 6 &Nock P. K.
19th Limits and employees are required and directed
to be polite, courteous and attentive wall persona doing
bususees in the kluvost Alanhara office. It is a duty and
pleurae to inform and serve those requiring info , Mation.
or sorra:p r oud if any clink or employee tads in prompt
attention or proper courtesy, he will be atones discharged
18th Clerks and etripi.iyees are not permitted tore° ire .
fee or reward for services rendered. If they du so, the
penalty will be immediate discharge. To onbr smut fee
and to receive it are equally high misdemeautu s
JNO. KAY CLKKENT,
Capella and Provost Mamba!
14th District Pena.
The members of tbe Board of Enrollment are Jelin
/Coy Clement, ?royals Marshal, Chalks G. Hawn, Com
missioner, S. T. Charlton, Surgeon ; either of whom,
may be consulted at ail tames, during boa. - oesc b on , is, tia
matters connected with the batatia6l3 of she board.
The Provost Marshal's office to in Fourth streeL, op.
polite the Government Bakery, . augie.,fra
Cavalry Horses Wanted,
Asaterear QUARTERmusrmies threwat, U S A.,1
Hamm(no, Piewm, July 26th, lift )
TTNTIL further orders, one hundred "and - '
U (1a) damper head will be paid Ilt
delivered at the Gamernment stables at Ha tubing, Pa.
Said horses to be sound in all particulars, not less than
(6) Ave siiir Wore thah (9) nine years old ; tom leg co 111
_lrdl , Reslitd, onnysoily ball; bridle what sod
ot sins • i.nnlateel, for cavalry purposes. , ' 1
not tritlollbloss tout k adhered to dad TWA/ .
.x/broxi.in twaryparxxitar. strie4
..... Atimagaim o d...4olPrery-0f474
x. -saven be. i
if! . .. 201111 4 or • ilimPecum dun i x- to 9 P-..Molne
I ,leNie argout and an immettne_tesp . untie ill z ): . 7 ..r e
Chtft. "XI . , 4/Itr-
RICHARD 3 III!
27te Whole 07mpaury in o 4 Pleas t
Dir. Frank Drew ?,
who Will shortly appear•
N'ESV NOVELTIES IN PREPARATION/
CHRISTMAS EVE ;
The Duel in the Snowy
S. S. SA.NFORD,
IN THEE CHARACTERS
....... ....L ci. RULE rt.
Dit'ZIEAL FARCE 3,
Cavalry . llorsess,
J. a DONNt