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MORNING AHD EVENING,
OFFICE TILLED ET., NEAR WALNUT.
VERbitS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Tns "Lucy TILYGRAPiI il3 served to subscribers in the
city at 12 cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $8 00 in advance.' Those persons who neglect to
pay in advance Will be charged $1 00.
Tint tiaxesara Is also published weekly, sod is furnished
subscribers at the rollowiug cash rates:
single copies, weekly
Three copies to one Post Oftice . • ..
Tea COpioE , to ME , Post.OfEce .
IYIILITARY OTIC ES.
Volunteer Notice !
Captains of Companies and Commanders of
rilHEundersigned are prepared to secure for
The highest Local, Cash and Gaoetnrarne
Committees can be supplied with credits fur their town
'ship or county quota?,
la- Enlistment papers promptly made out, and men
attend edlo until mustered in, clothed and equipped, by
Pennsylvania Rscruitd Agency. HEWES R... CO.,
Mice, Parke House,'Nfarket street, between Thlit and.
Fourth street:, Harrisburg.
Two of . the firm have commissions. to recruit in
States In rebellion. [aug23-dawlm
DRAFTED MEN, sUBS'iIrUTES,
VO LUN TEE S,
115 South Seventh St., Seem - Vow. Room No. 10
ixw. Drafted Melt from. the City or any part of the
State will be furnished with substitutes at short notice,
and on liberal terms.
Enlisting, either as SubstAntes or Volunteers,
will receive the largest Beam ies, which will he Paid to
them in cash as soon us mustered in.
Agents will be liberally paid at this Office.
W. D. HAVES,
B E w C D &41.,.
MRS. M. MAYER, NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
BEING desirous of closing her Summer
Stock of tloods,..offers for sale at greatly
reduced prices, such as
SILK AND STRAW BONNET'S,
HATS AND FLATS, &C
Constantly an band a splendid assortment of
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Dealers will do well to call, as great bargains cau be
tad at wholesale. je14.15,
SOLE AGENCY FOR Tills CITY
lAM happy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
• • LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are well finished, elastic, and will give en
PLEASE TRY THEM.
SCREFFER'S BOOK STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
DANIEL A. MUENCH AGENT
OF the Old Wallower Line, .respectfully
forms the public that this Old Daily Transportation
Line, (the only Wallower Line now in existence in this
eity,) is in successful operation and prepared to carry
*eight as low us any other individual line between Phila
delphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williamsport,
Jersey Shore, Luck Haven and all other points on the
Northern Central, l'hiladelphla and Eric and Williamsport
and Itlutira Railroads.
DAWEL A. MMCH, Agent.
Goods sent to-the Warehouse of Messrs. Peacock, Zell
Hinclanan, Nos. 808 and 810 Market_street, above Bth,
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock., P. m. , will arrive at Harris
burg, ready for delivery, next morning. [ap3o•rdmyl
Drafts DraftSS Dratt 1.4
A LIENS and persons under or over the re
quired age, who have been enrolled in this (14th)
District, or any other District in the State, can have their
exemption papers made out at rates fixed by law.
draft. Now is the time to put in a substitute and avoid the
Persons Who are not liable to draft, and who wish to
enter the army as substitutes, can obtain the highest pre
Business transacted by mail at legal rates, and °oat of
travel thereby avoided..
Call at once, or address by mail,
Attorney at Law, 3d street,
Pa pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for invali Is Laving
fever or great thirst.
Its portability recommends it , o travelers.
Its convenience at picnics will be apreciated.
No sugar required; one table-spoonful simply dissolved
in a glass or cold water and it is done.
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SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE,
9317 No. 91, Market street
NEW PHIL A.DELPM.A.
IN D. W. OBOES' NEW BLOCK,
Market Street ) Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STILES
0 140.3.11 S AND CIRO U L A RS
WINE SPRING 811A1VLI7:
Wilt open on the lot of April
RIEKES & iIIIIIIIIDT'S
SOLE AGENCY AT W. KNOWIES,
Ss Market street, Harrisburg.
17i0R REASONS perfectly satisfactory to
j: MYSELF I ban taken tue agency of the above moat
excellent Pianos. The public is invited to coma and ex
amine for themselves.
A few Schomacker .k Co's Pianos on hand yet will be
deal low. tuar2s-ti
Photograph Albums. -
T HE largest and cheapest varietyLof-PHO
maw% ALBUMS in the city are constantiy top
[imn] BERGNER'S CHEAP BOQ.ESTORE.
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
REMAINING IN THE WAREHOUSE
INWARD & HOPE EXPRESS CONANT
TIIE articles described in the fallowing
schedule, having been consigned to the Reward or
Hope Express Company, and the consignees, after 'due
and legal notice, nut having taken them away, nor paid
the costs and expenses of carriage, will bd exposed to
public sale or outcry at the Market House, on SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 24,1864. The sale to oonimenceat,B o'clock
in the forenoon of said day :
1 box, Capt Jos Hutchinson 1 bdle, no name
1 box, H Mel clock 1 pkge, John SlanDhouse
1 box, Peter Renshaw 1 cox, Elizabeth Wiginuing
1 box, LI Coughlin 1 box, 'Mr S RV Brady
1 c bag, Cleo L Krid , r 1 bottle, Chas Bucher
1 Pkge;Catn M'Carty I box, Tiles J Tomer
1 bale, cost and boat att. I box, Chas Bebekeheiser
no name 1 box, G W Mapes
1 lot pipe, A L Itattle. 1 pkge, Id L McDonald
1 box, no name 1 pkge, Geo T Barkhart *
1 box, H G Wolf 1 box, Chas Taylor
1 box, Capt W Harland 1 trunk, J W
1 box, Geo B Daily 1 trunk, R C Bally
1 pkg, R F Leisenring 1 box, S D Fite
1 box, JP' Kohler 1 box, Wm Drehel
1 box, L P Mills I box, Peter J Warts
1 box, F N Morton 1 pkge, J Voglo
1 c bag, Wll II Po-ter . 1 pkge, J Yoming
1 Wile, Henry Lander 1 pkge, Lieut W S Boyar
1 cast, re Pittock 1 page, Wm Morris
1 pkge, Geo 11 Russell I pkge, W S King
1 pkge, Geo Voght - i pkge, George Betchtre
1 box, B Resencrautz 1 plco, John A Dantrich
1 box, Capt L M Barnwell t 1 tioxyPatrick Flanigan
1 box, Id A Stevenson 1 bottle, Jane Schuler
I pkge, Win It. Moser I.pkge. no name
1 pkge, ce d, J F Ebersole 1 wheel, Capt Dodge
1 box, A F Pennepacker 1 box, no name
1 box, Leah Lees 1 p box, Isaac Herrioger
3 boxes, G P Hardwick 1 box, no name
1 box, Capt J Kahn 1 pkge, B Anthony
1 box, Josiah R. Brown 1 pkge, J A Nixon
I box, Robt F Crisman. 1 box, Wm L Earle '
.1 box, Jos Burggs 1 horn, John Newcome
1 hi.; J E Spalding 1 box tob, Copt J J Johnson
1 box, Capt J Detwiler 1 page, David Pepper
1 box, A L Bryant 1 do Wm Carlisle
1 box, John W Hopkins 4 do - Ether Mchfiner
1 box, Mary Radabaugh 1 do Mrs S C Jones
I pkg; oil cloth, no name 1 do Louisa Realer
1 pkge, W D Jack 1 do Aaron Schloss
1 hasp and h act, if Keely 1 do Jams Freeborn
1 pkge, Wm P Patterson 1 do Adam Wolfinger
1 pkge, Josiah Do Boor 1 do no name
1 c bag, no. name 1 do Carl Mayer l i
1 pkg ~ Lieut R B Bally 1 do Theo Youperherst
I. c bag, Ed D Conrad I do John H Beryhill
1 c bag, Capt P 8 Willa 1 do Henry Sachi
1 coat, no name . -1, do John Discasho
1 bdle, Geo Hight
The above articles will be exposed to public sale, as
aforesaid, according to the provisions of the drat section
of the act of Assembly of the Coitimmonwettith of Penn
sylvania, approved the 16th day of March, A. ix 1858;
with ad the requirements of which the Howard and Hope
Express Company have in all respects complied. The act
of Assembly Is as follows : i
"Commission merchants and factors, and all common
(riffle. e, or other persons having a lien upon goudo, wales
and ute'renanotz. ) for or on or the costs and in
mates of carriage or storage, or any other charge arising
trout the. transportation, keeping, or sfdrage of such pro
perty; in case the owners or consignees shall not pay or dis
charge Me amount due for such cost, expense, carriage,
storage,.or other charges hereinbefore named, may, after
the expiration of ninety days from the notice hereinafter
Pro , ided, proceed to sell tae same, or so much thereof as
may be nece ss ary to discharge said lien, at public auction
Provided, That notice of sale shall be give a as required
for Sherif f 's Sake of personal property; and that thirty
days' notice of said lien he given to the o wner or consig.,ep
of the property, if they cannot ho so found, that the Barad
shall bo advertised weekly in some newspaper published
in the proper city or county to which the goods, war s
or merchauoise hare been consigned, for four coasecu
tire weeks before the sale, tee residua of money arising
.from such sale, after deducting costs of tmnspurtation,
charges and storage, advertising and sale, to be held sub
ject to the order of the owner or owners of such property."
GEO. BERGNER, Agent
aug27-dtsi Howard and Hope Express Company.
Northern Central Railway.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
FREIGHT and BAGGAGE described in the follow
ing list remains unclaimed In the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company, at Harrisburg. Con
signees are hereby nutiticu to coaie forward, pay ch arges,
and take their property away, or the sans will be sold
according to law. J. N. DU BARRY, Gen'l Supt.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, }
Actium 15, 1854.
No 1, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 148, one
No 2, Elmira and Harrisburg check 20, one box, Lieut
A Miller, Harrisburg
No 3, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 20, one box
No 4, no check, one box, J Barratt, Lockport, Niagara
Co, AT Y
No 6,. no check, one tax, LiJut A Scott, Harrisburg
No 8, no check, one box, no marks
No 7, no check, ono,box, Jacob Weaver, Pittsburg
No 8, no check, ono box, Reuben Farringer, Calla
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
No 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
No 13, no check, fair leather trunk, Capt Lyman, Har
No 14, no check, black leather trunk, no marks
No 15, no check, black leather trunk, no marks
No 16, no chock, one box, Jno McGee, Harrisburg
No 17, no check, one box, Geo L Stephens, Harrisburg
No 18, no check, one box, Newport station, P
No 19, no check, one box, Daniel Robison, Philadelphia
No 20, no check, black trunk, Jno- Gemmel, Lewis
No 21, Danville and Harrisburg check 512, fair leather
trunk, Win Barber, Milton, Pa
No 22, no-check, black trunk, no marks
No 23, no check, fair leather trunk, W S Scott, Hants
No 24, no check, fair leather trunk, rhos McDaniel
No 25, no check, black trunk, Sarah
No 26, no check, black trunk, G S Angill, Binghamp
No 27, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 92, fair
leather valise, no marks
No 28, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 687, fair leather
valise, no marks
No 29, no chock,-fair leather valise, no marks
No 80, no check, black trunk, Jno E Monroe, LaucaS•
No 31, no check, one box, Michael Tromp, Allentown
No 32, no check, one box, no marks
No '33, Scranton and Harrisburg check 239, one box
No 34, no check, one box, Mrs !Slack, Prosperity, Pa
No 35, no check, one box, Henry Will, Reading
No 86, no check, one box, iio marks
No 87, 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 42, no check, black bag, no marks
No 43, no check, black bag, no marks
,No 44, no check, black bag, d Shadie, Jersey Shore, Pa
No 45, Williamsport and Harrisburg chock 35, black
g, no marks
No 48, no check, black bag, no marks
No 47, no check, black bag, no marks
No 48, nb check, carpetbag, no marks
No 49, no check, saddle, no marks
No 60, no check, bag, no marks
No 51, no check, one box, no marks
No 52, no check, one box, no marks -
No 63, no check, bat-box, no marks
No 64. no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
J Fleming, one bundle Chills
A L BabcoCk, 1 belle rope
N Fraser, eleven barrels nuts
I) Fisher, six corn-huskers
H Gilbert., one barrel insulatois
Nelson Bryne & Co, two boxes bittern
S Barkter, one box hardware
H Hasidim, ono granite bloik
Nieholis teff' One eandites_
J iddetictiwebc - arrel, - two bores -
Thos Hiokokiline box hardware _ • '",.`
No consignee, 281 i brick, no milts
.No constaidea, smell r l / 2 snark4
/1 8 conslguse 44 Weida ir •
on, no marks
No consignee, package indigo
No consignee, one larnmstrotamdise, David Tihner, Has.
Nutt 'lt dty
"THE UNION—NOW AND-FOREVER."— Webster
HARRISBURG, PA.,, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 6;,;1864.
VERMIN • -
• • •
"COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS. •
"COSTAR'S , EXTERMINATORS,:
For Rats, Mitee . , Roaches, Ants, Bed Bags,
Pleas, 41othe in Fars, Woolens, Insects
on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc.
"15 yours established in N. Y. City..
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Faintly."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
sit-Sold by all Drugglata everywhere
tart I I BRIVIMM I I I of all worthleas imitaLloba
sa-c , Costar s Dena, No. 482 Broadway, Y.
—Sold by D. W'. GROW . &
Wholesale and reran agents, '-
And by all Druggists in Harrisburg, Pa JeMtleiwilni
SELLING 'OUT LOW !
OUR STOCK OF LIQUORS
WE intend to discontinue the sale .'of Li
.quors and offer our stock at a very small advance
from cost price. We have purchased all our liquors be
fore the last rise and have a large stock. on hand for three
or four years, which are guaranteed cannot be pureduased
now at any price from the importers.
Our stock consists of
W I-1 Si TAM S
of all grades.
,ps-We have parts of three barrels pure RTC net
colored, and 10 degrees above proof; 2,4 years old.
WINES of all Rados, Domestic' aiid Imported.:
We have part of x.; cask HENNESSEr BRANDT,
to which we invlte the particular attention of families 'for
Tho Brandy cannot be bought to-day, from Importers,
leas than $l5 per gallon. , We will sell it for $l2 per gal
SCOTCH AND ENGLISH ALES,
We invite the inspection of Hotel Keepers and Liquor
Merchants generally, as we intend. to sell, without - re
serve, all our Liquors, and this will be a good opporeit- -
nity for bargains.
je2o SHISLER & FRAZER.
A. F. ZIMMERMAN,
Practical Watch Maker,
No, 52 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
SETS OF JIMMIE?.
FINE SILVER WARE,
PLATED WARE, •
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY.
Has constantly on hand a - Nell selected and elegantly
assorted stock of
TINE WATCHES '
'FINE SILVER WARM
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AV' 11 1 SWISS WATCHES,
Both in Gold and Silver Cason
Also, a line assortment of
Constantly on band
EIL;UG-AIN AI'fi gLOCIEES,
Of all descriptions; all of which will be solder, the
LOWEST CASH PEIOES.
A aj- 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 repelled.
None but the most competent workmen employed, and
the whole matter under my own personal qupervißiOn.
A. F. ZIMMERMAN,
mar23] No. 62 Market street, adjoining Brant's Belt
NEW AND CHOICE SHEET - MUSIC
FOR THE PIANO FORTE. •
The Swom thai my brave boy wore-. J. G. Clark. lib
"They lave sent me the sword that my brave boy wore
On the field of his young renown."
I live fbr those who love ma J. G Clark. ' 80
We shall be known above. Song and Cho. J. G. Clark. 30
"Under the ice the waters run, .
Under the ice our spirits lie,
The genial glow of the summer sun •
Will loosen their fetters by and by."
Do they pray for ma at home. Song and Cho. Fiske. 30
Tenting on the old Camp. Ground, As sung with great
applause by the "Hutchinson Family." 30
Tony Pastor's Medley. Adapted to the popular Melody,
"The Cottage by the Sea." . 30
Music Store Window. A Medley Song and Cho. FTank
Emancipation. Song and Chorus. Dedicated to all Lov
ers of Freedom. 30
The above nes and popular sheet music sent by
post-pail, on receipt of price.
OLITER, DIMON re GO, Publishers, Euston.
For sale by J. E. GOULD, Philadelphia.
B A Vt A I N
LADIES' HAIR NETS, and
FRENCH LACE, and
TISSUE VEILS, ETC.,
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES.
syerywdy should oaf at once, and secure great bar
gains, at KaYmrs,
augB dtt • No. 13,Warket -Street
Ifs. S. A. Kemos •
Sir :—I take pleasure In *urn that your ',IMMO&
MIXTURE" exceeds maylhleg of the hhtsl" that I ever
isuistood. I was wristlet trembled' wititillierlitee;
Could And uothieg ts,ltelpelest to the least, until
I glVe yes thie °entails, uoplogiludyltypuffle prekr,s
'to use It, it may be the means of estonuu4 ti knowledg,
of the matchless value of your medicine.
Very respectfully your; Ha ,lIFFIUI9L
Failim /labor, Quntals Co., Aug. 97, 111111•41019.07
From the 201st Reg., P. V.
Correspondehee of the Telegraph:]
CAN'T COUCH, Nun Cnitimmisainea, i
SeptembLx 4th, /804. I
Enrroa TELEGRAPH : —Since my last letter,
companies A and B, Captains Barry A. Miles
and Wm M'Carroll, have been temporarily
detached from 'the regiment. These compa
nies were sent from Camp Conch, under sealed
orders, to perform some special duty, and left
here, with, six days'cooked rations, on Friday
afternoon last, and took up the pike towards
M'Connellsburg. We were sorry to part com
pany with• them so soon, and hope they may
speedily return to camp, to increase our
."Happy Family" to its full extent once more.
As additional regimental officers not before
reported, I would mention the names of Dr.
Wagonseller, of Snyder county, as Chief Sur
geon, and Dr. James Henderson, (a well
known and talented young physician, of Hum
melstoirry: D auphin county,) and 1 )r. Brant,
Assistant Surgeons. . ,
Washington' P:: Oglesby, of Harrisburg; as
The health of the regiment is good, not more
than fifteen ortwenty men being on the sick
list. L: a ' • • • '
Intermittent fever and.a few cases of diar
rhoea are the prevailing complaints.
-Assistant Surgeon Henderson joined the re- 1
ailment on. Friday last, and has been very at-
tentivelo the patients under his charge since
his arrival. Dr. H. commanded a -company
in the 127th :regiment. - He ism•prectising
physician of nincliexperience. ' r
We had a refreshing rain here, commencing
_on Saturday evening and lasting (at intervals)
all day Sunday. Many of us were sorry for
this, as we had an invitation to attend Divine
Worship, under the direction of our esteemed
and worthy Chaplain, Rev. Rakestraw, which
was to have been held in a groie contiguous
"Dress Parade" was also dispensed with for
the same reason, which was another source of
annoyance to, most of the men, for a true sol
delights to see the regiment drawn up for
inspection, to witness the film appearance the
respective comparnes present:on the.occasion.
The Harrishnrgem belonging, to:.the 201st
have evidently all been accnbtomed, to good
milt J 4 14414 4 .1 InFrt.Wki go outlo,"forage,” I
as they term ; t k andreturn • .to campladen with I
Poultry, corn, sweet potatoes, fruit, milk, dc.,
all of which they pay for., Our young Colonel
issued an order that, no private property was
;to be triele.sttAt,apd the .out- is - otarietVa 4 -
rearea Loa The rations ye get daily are fresh,
ample and of the best quality. But "force of
habit" is strong with many people, and they
must have delicacies if menu can procure
It is amusing to witness the railroad engi
neer, the blacksmith, tailor, carpenter, clerk,
liutcher and man of letters, sitting , around a
Are of logs, toasting hard tack, frying chicken,
stewing lamb and sweet potatoes, or anything
else that their appetite craves. Many of them
will be capital xooks. when - they . return to
their hordes, and "adepts in the art and mys
tery of gastronomy.
There are many Harrisburgers attached to
company I. The following is the muster-roll
of' the Company:
Vapt. G. W. Miles.
Ist Lieut. A DfcCormick.
2d " S. O. McCurdy. •
lst Sergeant A Binganian.
2d " D. Martin. •
3d " J. Bell.
4th " —.Miller.
sth " S. Nunernaker.
1 Ist Corporal Wm. M. Floyd.
j2d '' Kensey.
id " H. Swartz.
Ith " D. Black.
• tlt " Lorimer,
kh ~ Wilhelm. - '
nth " A. H. Baum.
h " Silas J. Poulton.
vates--Atticks, Bumgardner, Barclay,
B l h
ore, Banker, Beck, Campbell, Cougher,
Cr t, Conner, Gabriel Cover, G W Cover,
Or: se, Dunkle, Deck, Eppley, Fory, Fow,
Fo man, Fleming, Gamble, Green, Gilbert,
' Humes, Bartz, Houser, Hiller, Hoopy,
Ha an Hayler, Kline, Kishell, Keyes,
lie , Keener, LoW, Maulfair, McGowan,
Matnes, lifarzolf Michael, Marzolf John,
Melaffrey, Owings, Patterson, Powley,
Retie Henry, Reigle Daniel, Rummel
Roph, Richards, Rose, Smith, Stoner, Sting
er, Inyiler, Schwenger, Schwar, Shafer, Stew
art, pnyder, Tierrer Benry, Tieffer Levi, Tho
mas, Trowbridge, Thumma, Trestle, Tyfer,
Umbrger Benjamin, Umberger David, Upde
grovv Weidle, Wolf, Wilson, Walzer,Walters,
Walk Weistling, Young, Yake.
Meicians—Bush J. W., Ehler G. W.,
Kride Frank L., Reese David
MOp at leisure.
Corporal Company I
Rolm of Capt. G. WASHING
TON INN'S company, attached to the Two
Hundid and First regiment of Pennsylvania
Volumers, as Co. "0" (color company:)
CAPint--G. WASHINGTON FENN.
FirsLieutehant—Maas T. CASE.
Secol Lieutenant—Warn= W. WErrzim.
FirsiSirgeant—John R. Stoey.
Bergints—David H. Hopkins, Loren A.
Websti, Joseph J. Loyd, Samuel Forster.
Co , pais—David Davis, John Hepford,
1 Volneypt. Vosburgh, Francis H. Hoy, John
H. Hiple, William H. Morgan, Wilbur F.
Blair, '.omas Forney.
Druiror—Jacob A. Foist. -
Csispv aerk—Pierson B. Grabill.
Prisat . --Albright, John; Aungst, Henry
D; BeAtwood; Brechbill, George W ;
Breitho 'chael; Burnes, George W ; Car-
michel, eph; Cowden, Frederic H; Crum,
George Dickey, G Calvin, • Dochterman,
Benjani Duncan,'Joseph M; Elser, Peter;
Evans, W; Forney, Jeremiah C; :For
rest, Alle t, Foster, Martin A; Foss, Edgar;
Gamber, , eter; Gross, William E; Grubb,
Henry ?smarty, John; Hamilton, John It;
Hawley, bert GI Hepford, George; Ripple,
John; le, William A; Ricks, Amos A;
Horne, C' thoi;Jones, Benjamin M; Jones,
George Reel, Jacob; Kelley, Samuel;
Ritoh, W am L; Lewis ? Lewis B; Limb,
Ajohis C; Inman, George C; Mack, Reuberit:
?Mackey,' ea ; Kafir* 'David L; /41titin,'
. ..Elissr . kli y; MartiiiiMillii,Bapeon : ;Moore,
"M u / . R; wren Samuel; Moyer, Esaiii;
Mop, in; Mareeley, Theopbilns;
Neidle, ; Noecker, John H; Parmon,
William; ' r, Daniel; Rank, =wad $;
PRICE THREE CENTS.
Reist, Henry. e; Righter, John M;.ltolierts,
Joseph; Bossell, William R; Ritts, Joseph
Sehuttler, John 0; Seiffert, Tempest M
Shirk,. George; Shearer, Samuel; Shearer,
Thomas; -Shope, Jacob W; Snyder, Andrew
Spangler, Jerome C; Stadtler,Tilghman F
Tobias, John; Unger, John Thomas; Wag
ner, John H; Wollower, John H; Wirts, Cass'
us C; Winia Lewis C; Wittell Jacob H; Wolf,
Total, 92 enlisted men, and Aommissioned
officers, making an aggregate of 95 men
Correspondence of the Teledraph..]
OFFICE SS' HOSPITAL, MIDDLE DEPARTMENT,
'ANNAPOLIS, MD., Sept; 3 1864... •
MR. BERGNER—Sir:—Permit me to inform
the readers of the TELEGRAPH through you of
the result of an election held on the 2d inst.,
for the different Presideniial candidates,
which resulted as follows :
Officers present. , 204
You can now see how McClellan stands in
the army. • Little Mac is in the shade and
in my opinion it is rather a stronger vote tharthe will get at the general election. I will try.
and keep you posted in matters concerning the,
present campaign. I remain yours.
N. B.—These officers have all been wounded
and every Corps, State and regiment has been
represented,and all feel sanguine of Old Abe's.
election. Little Mac's friends die very hard .
VOTE OF SOLDIERS.
Mammy. PURVEYOR'S OFFICE,
BAETEMORE ' MD., Sept. 3, 1864.
From the BultimoreAmerican.]
• The following is the result of a vote taken
to-day, for -President and Vice President
among the clerks and employees (all soldiers)
of the Medical Purveying Department of this
city, under charge of Surgeon C. C. Cox, U.
S. V. M. P.:
Lincoln and- Johnson 23
McClellan and Pendleton
Very,respeetfally your obedient servant,
C. H. JEWETT,
Hoi3pital Steivard` S: •A.
UNITED STATES ARMY HOSPITAL, CAMDEN /,
, Sr„ 13Ar7rrntora, Mn. ' Sept., 3.
.Votes p o lled at this hospital'for candldates
for the PraideriCY:•7 •
Abraham Lincoln 250
Wctilliteby'aertiff tlatithe atiove.ita dor- ,
rect statement of the vote taken at Camden
street Hospital. F. A. CIIMILINGS,
_ _ PITT. A .IILTDI3ON.
Thanksgiving and Prayer on Sunday Next
RECOMMENDATION BY THE PRESIDENT.
10 OR :4xit•lt7o w ORIEWia.4:I ff-VOIkI(6,O3t*CA4
WASHINGTON Sept. 5-11 A. ar.-11faj. Gen,
Dix :—The President has issued the following
recommendations and orders in relation to the
recent successes of the United Stites forces at
Dtobile and Atlanta. •
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
WASHINGTON Sept. 3, 1864.
The signal success that Divine Providence
,hasa recently vouchsafed to the operations of
' the U. S. fleet and army in the harbor of. Mo
bile, and the reduction of Fort Powell, Fort
Gaines and Fort Morgan, and the glorious
a hievement of the army under Major Gene
ral Sherman in the State of Georgia, resulting
in the capture of the city of. Atlanta, call for
devout acknowledgement to the Supreme
Being in whose hands are the destinies of
nations. It is therefore requested that on
next Sunday, in all places of. pubic worship
in the United States, thanksgiving be offered
to Him for His mercy in preserving our na
tional existence against the insurgent rebels
who so long have been waging a cruel war
against the. Government of the United
States for its overthrow, and also that prayer
be made for the Divine protection to our
brave soldiers and their leaders in the field,
who have-so often and so gallantly periled
their lives in battling with the enemy, and
for blessing and comfort from the Father of
Mercies to the sick and wounded and prison
ers, and to the orphans and widows of those
who have fallen in the service of their coun
try, arurthat he will continue to -uphold the
Government of the United States against all
the efforts of public enemies and 'secret foes.
ABR A AS 441 . LINCOLN .
THE NATIONAL THANES TO FARRAGO; CANR;
GRANGER, AND THEIR FORCES
Easel) iv. MANSION, Sept. 3.—The Nation
al thanks ctre tendered by the President to
Admiral Farragut and Major General Canby
for the skill and harmvny with which the-re
cent operations in Mobile habor and against
Fort Powell, Fort Gaines and Fort Morgan
were planned and carried into execution.
Also to Admiral Farragut and Major-General
Granger, under whose immediate command
they were conducted, and to the gallant com
manders on sea and land, and to the sailors
and soldiers engaged in the operations for
their energy and courage which, under the
blessing of Providence, have been crowned
with brilliant success, and have won for them
the applause and thanks of the nation
THE NATIONAL THANKS TO MERMAN AND HIS
Ex_scr iv Mmisiori, Sept. 3, 1864.--The
National thanks are tendered by the President
to Major General Wm. T. Sherman and the
gallant officers and soldiers -of his command
before Atlanta, for the distinguishotability,
courage and perseverance displayed in the
campaign in Georgia, Which, under Divine,
favor have resulted in,the capture of the city
The marches, battles,• sieges, and other
nil/U. 11 7 operations,P 61 , 2 S /Aye $ 4 4 4
campaign, must reruler : it famous in the tui-.
nals of war, and havoentitled those whq,tl4To
participat4. tlkoreinLjo ,the - applausp And
thanks ottho ,
, , - -;g
tmakrz - iwnivuotropiasa-nui vicrroirsAt
Fa -IMO WA - V.14 MAMMON, WASHINGTON Sept. 3d,
1864. Ordered—Frear—That on Monday, the
sth day of September, commencing at the
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One weeir. .... ..... 1.25
One month 3 00
Two months. 4 60
Three. months.-- . 8 80
Six months 8 00
One year.. .... 15 08
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Funeral Notices, each Inserti
before Marriages and Des
hour of 12 o'clock noon, there• shill be.given
a salute of.rone hundred guns at the Arsenal
and Navy Yard at Washington, and on. Tues
day, the 6th of September, or the day after
this order, at each Arsenal and Navy Yard in
the United States, -.for, tit's recent brilliant
achievements of the fleet and land forces of the
United States in the harbor of Mobile in the
reduction of Fort Powell, Fort Gainsi and
The Secretary of War and the Secretary-of
the Navy will issue the necessary directions
in their repective departments, for the execu
tion of this order.
• Second—That on Wednesday, the 7th day
of t3eptember, commencing at' the hour of 12
O'clock, noon, there shall be fired a salute of
one hundred guns at the Arsenal at Washing
lon and at New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Pittsburg, Newport, Ky., and St.
Louis and New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola,
Hilton Head and Newbern the day after the
receipt of this order, for the brilliantaehieve
rnents of the army under command of Major
General Sherman in the State of Georgia, and
the capture of Atlanta. • , • •
The Secretary of War will issue , ,dircetions
for the execution of this order.
A•Battle Near Berryville, Va.
BALTIMORE, Septa 5.
The American publishes the following spe
HEADQUARTERS, MIDDLE MLLITARE DIVLSION,
NEAR BERRYVILLE, SUNDAY Sept. 4, 7 A. M. — .
General Torbettr.s cavalry corps, ;which was
encamped at l4ippon's store, on the Charles
town road and Berryville pike, left canip at
9P. BL on Friday, and 'proceeded to Berry-
ville, reaching there at midnight, where they
went into camp until daylight, when they
moved out through Berryville on the Win
chester pike, taking the road to the left about
seven miles beyond Berryville, and were still.
advancing when last heard from at 10 o'ciciek
yesterday morning, meeting with little or - no
The infantry, consisting of Crook's corn
mend, the 6th and 19th corps, broke camp at
4a. m. yesterday, and moved in three parallel
Columns towards Berryville.
Crook's command was on the left, the 19th
corps in the centre and the 6th corps on. the
Crook's command reached l3erryville first,
about noon, and rested in line of battle with
arms stacked for a couple of hours, while pick
ets were being posted on. - the different roads
leading from Berr3rville. • The 23d Ohio was
sent on. the Snicker's Ferry road, and the
36th Ohio on the Winchester pike, running to
the right from Berryville.
After the pickets were - established about a
mile from Berryville, Crook's command went
into camp, and had just finished pitching their
tents, about four o'clock, when heavy skir
mishing was heard on the picket line.
The whole command was rapidly turned out
and formed,'-and moved to the support OT-the
pickets, who had been driven from behind
some entrenchments which they, had occu
The 36th Ohio and 9th Virginia were foimed
and charged the enemy, driving them back,
out of the entrenchments.
A desperate straggle now ensued, the rebels
being determined, it possible, to regain. peg
session of the entrenchments.
With this object in view they massed - fiat
two, divisions of their command, and hurled
them with their accustomed ferocity against
our gallant little band, who were supported
by both Duval and Thoburn's divisions.
.They were handsomely repulsed every time
they charged, the conflict lasting long after
the sun had set, and artillery firing being kept
up until 9 o'clock.
The whole arms has 'uetn engaged all night
in digging entrenchments and throwing up
breastworks, and now occupy a strAng po
The whole of the fighting so far has been
done by Crook's command, who capillreod fifty
prisoners and a stand of colors. •
Our loss will be about 300 killed and
wounded, whilst that of the enemy is at least
The following are some of the casualties:
Capt. Selby, 36th Ohio, wounded in the leg.
Lieut. Phillips, 36th Ohio, wounded in ti,e
Quart. Mast. Sergi. E. Haus° 2d Eastern
Shore, Md., killed.
Bergt. J. W. Morford, 2d Ea .tern Shore,
Md., left arm amputated.
Corp. 0. McCary, Co. A, and private rieni,y
Webster, Co. A, 2d Eastern Shore, Md.,
Heavy firing was heard yesterday in the vi
cinity of Bunker Hill; this is supposed to in
dicate that Gen. Aeorill is advancing.
.FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NEW YORK, Sept. 5.
The steamship Cahawba, from New Orleans
on the 28th tdt., arrived at this port o this
Among her passengers are General Bailey..
General Haln had reached New Orleans and
was warmly welcomed.
General Herron had returned from an, exPe
dition to Redwood, seventeen miles from Ba
ton Rouge on the Clinton road Where he had a
fight with the enemy, inflicting a loss of one
hundred and fifty men, besides destroying a .
large amount of stores. 'Our loss was abmit
thirty killed and wounded.
An exchange of about 100. Prisoners recent
ly took place near Baton Rouge.
• Gen. Granger has issued an order of ac
knowledgment to the tunny, for the part they
took in the reduction of Forts Gaines and
Morgan. There was not a single life lost by
otir forces in the last attack on Fort Morgan.
Arrest of Female Blockade
Be=Nam, Sept. C).
Mrs. M. J. Clark, Ann Jones and a white
servant woman of Mrs. Clark, were arrested
by the military authorities upon tfie °large
of being engaged in the blockade running
They were arrested at Barnestown, near - the
Cross Fords of Virginia, having in their-pos
session three large tanks filled with various
articles of merchandise cons i s ti ng i n 1:01 . t
medicines of a costlytankracter. -
Notwithstandi,m3 they denied their
was in evidence that - they_ had passed, tie_
Union lines more-Ahan -once in- violation of
the rtde...Theywerevaniniitted thicait.4'
`e~aiciu art i'aisl~iugai sty-
iWstaltioroir;Sefoi W ll -4.-citiaiterliKueifictit4
dred tons was Sired to-day, by order of th e
the President, in honer of the victory at . At
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day... • • - • - •1' ;- ' 00
Twa days ....:.-.,... 100
Three' daYs... .' . ..' .. 1 Z
One week . ...... ... 926
One mouth 6 00
Two months . 900
Three months `- :119 0
I Sik months ' ' '; 4 .'1540
One year 26 00
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