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WEDNEgiIitY EVENINi,ItER, 7, 1864
NATO4I I IA,L.VX - 10 - X4,
FOR PRESIDENT ,
'COUNT Y — TICKET:
- dciNGREss, --
OoL A. J. HERFt,, of Dauphin County,
(Subject to th. decision of the District am.fer.enrp..l
Col. H. C. ALLEMAN, Harrisbtu
DANIEL KAISER, Wiconise_o.
JOSIAH - o."YOUNG,'Hatrisburg:
GEOWIE MAEKS, Union Deposit
'~Tt t% elnnt ` !FlCAret:
The Union men of Dauphin county yi,ster:
;lay nominated &county tiehet, and paanecie
series Oft iititand emphatic resohitionB feiteEr4
sting the determination of the royal Men . ofthe
county to stand by the Government; in its o' l
forts to crush rebellion, .ard to give , to. the
national c:i T iulidatts . Prnident and , ' ViCe
PresiLleni. 1 4e
the County... Convention, for.. local offices oiid
for Congregs,-kic eiarvc more tlum a-passing not;
tics, as.,*ell. for: the ability" ... #lth which etteh
man has son . , od,in the,. rant ':of .11.1q,O.Tty, as
for the zeal with which they have all devoted
themselves to the cause of the country.
A. J: . Herr, of Harrisburg, wits nominated for .1
Congrem,,idbjee tz, the cOnfirniatiOn •Orthe
confereesofthe District ldr. Herr has, been so,
long before the people of the - county, iiDa post-,
tion where his worth and ability haVe•both been:
tested:and, establi l lied, almost
necessary for us to refer to his pecnia fit-
ness for the position with which his--name. is.
now 'so' favOiiibly etinnedted. '.4 We doubt • if
there is a man in this Districeb'etter qUalifted
to represent its vast interests Congress;
and we question,._too,, whether- we have a man
in our orgardzation possessing_in ft larger de
gree thelfaillitits of•personalpiopularity,•tlran
Col. ife4"," tinished keed,'
sagacious and - ,tlnorotig.haores3...4WJ:oro
knowledge- of -the politics- 4.4 • the- canary.,
which"few:inen• tiff -ardently •ilevoted• to •his
prole:4ll:4:o4e s tine o g . aty•#, anti vy'llieg lie
could wield to admindie.acdnunt
of Congress. It Col. Tim .kige the good. for,
tune to'recei've the nomination of the District
Confeienee, he will repay the cOnfidenod thith
reposeein him, by a campaign which cannot_
fail of results other than his own personal tri
nmph, l ,andly a 'service _in 'Congress .which
wilt bi.4.04":,b-Pri9OWIS:PY e_ very man iu the
gamy . ' O. Apeman and Daniel Kaiderp the
Represeititittifes: of the county in the lust -
Legistatiire: were beit; unanimously , re nom
instal', -Aside ,iron Usage which sane
timed-Book a '1.6-non/Motion, each of these
gentliditen had made ether . and higher alairug
to this extension of the confidence of 'their
friends, by an earnest it6l`otion to the inter-1
eats of thfir coustitll; ut,;:,t 1 11:1 tuAagging
heretteo to the,
.greafeause of the botinty. S%
congrifidate.-.thein .on their re -nomination,
and do not doubt but that they will be e 7
elected by an increased vote. . . . . :•••• „
Josiah C. Young, the Present • effidient • and
popular Prothonotary, was re-nominated by
acclamation: Mr. Wang deserved this•compli
mentat the hands of tits delegates as wellforthe
faitliftanels with lie Ise diseharged. his
official duties aefor the, coriscientiOlis
with. which ho•has aeknowlidged, his penimal
and political obligations. The greater proia`-•
.hence pohCict l par .wean give t"o sui~a = view
and the larger the confidence peopic ppeso,
in them, the better for the reputation of par
tizanship ap.4 theintopsts, ofeendillmitics.
Georgellisrk.s, the gandidaie fo; Register, was
alike of iiis-persottil , popularity-• , amd- the dim--
mdify:'Wldot. m ksd thlf pr de - d , dit*s of the
who- know him" quaajfied
fot IlegisWr; aild ire Inite-no-doubt that-in The ,
diseliarge of tl(6 dittieS• of the•pol4tfo'n Ifs - 1;1#
with that , office.- • - • • ' •
Henry 'Hartman, 'tar Cor_nty Commi7liOrter ;
PhilO t toyef, Director todr, acd
:'red...glentz,_ for Antlitor,-wvili umninaLions
utemituously made. - 3 01`4 , 0etthemitily endorse
eat h :of these; bscause - Itht rmddate
• s conic
frpii.the7fareig 4Ona 3l ,ric Of
the oommunity,.an.d..were _nominated as. we&
Cor their personal integrikv Citis for their busi
laNit( irktificaVon. ' ,
= Talon as, a Azae::t ll e 11 ._.'1g4 11LeL :pt
county ere..l:Levu asked ,iCt support
a 'tatter tiVise nonituationec are a
credit to the Convention in Villa tht•-• %mid
uric, and Nfill give uisigliett4dfullitenceto`the
ofgenization ilryFise thq, ar‘;
before the people.. = ,n... 4..
Chairman of tine - Conntp Committee.
':;Witt deehi 6 I4YE;;
thethihn of any Of thOse, whose:lamas were
qpu F ty Committee, we must , 00ngratutate•
the ()multi COrivention 'oi i 8446.,fig,
thigiiinsitiolL Few maim the_OuLttr,,*e
so pool:ilia' rly,pa4ote4l4l4 . the labors of
tk o rt ippsi!ite k
irkt-e0e441-fam, 4•T laik-putr;444;ti
es mile ` rues herd-workin e s.
mono, wattle to reader biro Peararty
OA t o , - -- -
set ae the Chairman of the County
V. - Intnittee. We feel confident that he will
;OW Ze the e..'ff,. paigna of October and No
zYMber so a4 f to., , ing out the full forns.of our
- Crififfaa, an. 1 • ;-. .., t. 4 es . ' iCh Nri -m' 'e
'Old-limp.' .co -.) t-, . , w g.l.ory- ''
._.... --: : '
1 .: ......-Asats Deserting all inking Ship. 1.,1 vi. ,
I - AVii . are credibly informed that John Cessna, 1
of :Bedford, Judge Shannon, of Pittsburg,
'46_ ,. ifoh Bailey, Congressman from Perry, and '
other equally illustrious and disinterested
I "War . Democrats," -have all expressed their
.detiiiimination to vote for M'Clellan.—Derno
•crrtfic Btandarit.:t - - 2':- -2.._ -r. . ...z.,:.:::: ,
is the character of 'the falsehoods in
w}iich the copperheadsinterid deal miring
Thigfollowersinte sulyportiiig it'Clellan. John
- Nona, of teaford, decfaied inltii"Vali'east s eY
-imesch, delivered some weeks since, that he
was in favor E-of _crushing out the rebellionzb7-
/711 - Enli;il. l
of the, Government r and therefore—caunot be.
in favor of M'Clellanfor the Presideney. . Judge
Shannon will strunii the State An: support .of
the re-election. of Abraham- Lincoln, because
he believes such a re-eleation essential to a full
vindication.pf the National aultitOrity, and be
cause also, he is too pure ft patriot to-act con"
ix* to his convictions - of: , Df Mr.
position at this..time; vte'are not able
to.v4te, buttiromOur knowledge of-the- man,
`We fepi certain he WilLniverinpPOitany..ci;m-.
'cUdate for, the . Presidencr o:ecUWTig- a place.
on a platform-of contradi.ctions, :dogmas and
nonsense such as compose the Chicago mom:
. dialion: of faith. The Democracy must' menu
facture slies -.to -be circulated in . this _region
la oilier material. "War Democrats'' ,, like
those named in this case, are too well known to
'stern d the lying nianipulationS
Re*oluccl, That the sympathy, of We Dera-
eicratic party is heartily and eirneatl3r extend
'ed to the soldiery of numy who are and
- have; been in the, fi t. army
eld tinder the' flag of our .
'eonntry, and in: thee. event. °Coin attaining
power, they will receive all the oare,protection,
regard and.kiudness that tike bra' soldiers of
tho'rePnblia have"scinoblferirnett. --'Delao`eratic
i.e.s'obation at Chicago.
This' is the . ehaff with whieh the demented
.demagogues at the head of the Deutoeratic
party• . .
hope to catch and 101.11coixp• bravo pica.
"rho:soldier has ntiffortittett. that -every• De
mocratic leader in Pennsylvania, with every
.county'ebminittee, filithe organs and the Dern
oenitio State Central Committee, .opposed
'airionding..the Constit'ut_ion so as to extend,
the : eleetrive franehise to those who were
willing to leave their home's and-kindred and
business to peril ,their lives in defence ,of . the
'perpetuity and tha authority. of the; nation.
Further than this, ill many of- the districts,
whire Alp licfaocrettia i lpfluences - previiled, an
e i l
rah f to soldiers' families was stoutly resisted
by the Democratic County
ers dal aprfropriations only , ankle after the
psi le literally :rose ea,misee,...lo . /Orce:. thek
.s Etri s tsr . tii Bitch abts'bejuSti66. ' rind' still
4-ur her, in a large majority of military AS:I
'tti ti;MALI'III.9 ;Deinocreer'e f re in-,the :as
dant politically, the legal authorities re,
I fused to pay bounties, ,. or, when' they made a
I , shciw of such liberality, theY.W.are , suie to put
it in :4
. 4142 e, as in this eityl - Vila would be i
Illegal and certain tottail.:Ot'feing beneficial i
to the soldier and iil4:fitici.O.:.24Etd. yet these
are the partizans. who efcer ‘'Sympathy " to
the soldier..Bahl -Brave ,menare not to be
deluded by Well kiitiyiSN'tri&k,S::: . Copperhead
s , :sympa.thy,•". nnfortruaatelv - does not lead
;them far enough le: lendef:t4SOldiers either
'reinforcements or - thepriyilege of voting.
However, the.actiialiiiinpaillyl43 probably mu
- trtal.: Iyhei soldiers have 'about as much real
.syMpathrfor the, .Copperheads as-the Cop
. perliecis have for:the icildterS: " .
Had the Chicago Convention taken occasion
to•express its sympathY, With. the rebels, it
dciubtless would' haV'e 'found - more expessive
language. , ' At leash the-rob:4s. have a great
deal more sympathy Withtlietemocracy than
oli. loyal soldiers have.-
TRE'COPPERILEAD ORGANS, ill apologizing
f the Chicago platform and its failure to of
f a word of denunciation of 'the rebellibn;
claim that it is'not necessary for the Democ- -
racy to "scohnthe Smithinnrdertp establish
"their'devotfen, ii - AptVicioir.::;',. l . ll4ro , ls. some,
Itting nnfortniate -hr. this plea. ! Af . ,he - 31 A.
Mocracy insistiluit :theYncOd' ittiOllceold 'din
*uth" to fix their Itlyalry, itdoes' seem that
'they_ must ale ndnr. all who , ars - maiged. in con,
tendittgWith:-tmite'ra, biotdir_i6 thlTili 6, e't.A .
rOcls of the South that the copperheads_of
the - North'are : their fast- friends. Jibbni,nll
that - ois oopperWsi not.; do is 16.1"5i0ir1f1"4 1 46
Civil national authorities P 4, delm-lciaie the
hrilliacat resnits:-of the .national army .aud
Secrton..ct orb Nor.—:We understand that
dome -good Tlemolyats are zonsiderablidtai
gered-ht Ilia seettonsiehitraeter•Ait
ticket—the Demooratie,TartihaNitig - linreto'-
fore.insisted that a . Presidntial tie'ket BLiuuld
be divided between, the- 'N:ortli. = 044 .. South.
pialares'not-oertairi, howeiter c that the Koala
lan and Pendleton tiekiiio, - V.Y-alt. ii. 4 . 1 41 14;
for while 'these gentlemen are Northern in
rearderie - tc - they are doubtics•s both Southern
in feelinglaid'ininciplee Their bodiesbare in
who , wilLeg that their hearts
are not iiilsixie ? At !Gait, 'ik;c,liitgiut' ilia
's:Meet is Of the Sonthern section.
. State of-Illinois 'has been requited to
.Brtribide'l97,Atrinen . to ihe Urdon under
.11 the drafts, including the present, whereof
!she had, before the let inst., supplied 181,.:
irTs; leaving 1 . 6,112 still to - be raised. There
jwill probably be drafts in some loeslittp - s, but
• not iu roost of MECep.liutie§, ~_ • ,
THE BEST BYMISNOE OF TEth, I.fiTigiNgSS
foi..the ti:edilieuey is the fact that
the leadi i ngiiiien of the great business and
a4D ll 4WieriOtieP,
if; WA - 4AM: ke,alliAceoinmerciat journals,
all Til os & :eleetion...-:..This..as... a ihea#l23,
0-TECIMIDS thiP , loo2l,laci
havtwOripeltltertetireilOtii-S jrni e
aralidWtosaidniklualill soon be similarly sat-!
Views of a Secession
Senator Aercrees ' of nish
speech at fackson, M' ' on I
te 'tie the
esp y sk (
' rni lied , a cd/respo en ,
4fterhtomet ematks upon ra,.
eral, the finances, &a., the speaks
to the most important portion of
and that was, as to the prospect
so great was the anxiety of the audience upon
the subject that there was: an. involuntary
move nearer to him as quick as the word peace
was mentioned, and...breathless- anxiefa- pre
vailed thremghnilt fl:t..eittet every word.-
commenced" by frankly oordissing bi) titieis:
pie that the confederatipthorities had aban
doned all hopes of any- assistance. Min'
the governments cif:Enraps,:ortthrough the
occupation of Mexioo- by the. French... Our
1-hopes for an early peace were dependent en-,
' tirely on the sueeess of the Democratic party 1
at the Ntrth in. the approaching Presidential
•tlection. The whole population of 'fat..
rth, the rich as well as the:pale, were now
lied to face the war witliAllAte.horrors; and
I he believed , that ttiaywuulsblot.pubm# tethe..
draft ordered for the sth of Septeniergextr . ;.
that they would resist by` - force of aims-finisj
that the - Peace - party - would continnelotgrervre
and be successful in the approaeffitig - diniVe - ss;
President--Lincoln had alread7:taken afariri:
at the eiturior - drtheveopW Of-the North 'fors :
pence, and their condemnation of his - e r mine
1 for refusing to treat with Messrs.
_Cley . ;"&f.
combe and Sanders, and.the cOnsiguent dis
.aster he "had" brought, upon his prospect fur
" , :relelection, and it was actually he who sent
1 1.1essrs, Jaques and Kirke to Richmond, to
cObtaiti President Davis' declaration that _mit:
aovoOment wionia-not, treat_ttitli z tlfe. enemy.:
except upon the basis of:theteco&ition...if:=
our independence. .Stiehaiiill4,4l•_ll:TiAelt-'
'to the North by Mr. Lincohi :' s agents
at the same time, however,acknowledelfeli.i
that !President DayiS: 2 infOriOd . _thoui, - that:,
:We' Were not--figtitin g :10i. tRiTiiiANSA4I2,
of •Slavery, but for our righis as sover
eign I States, and the inalienable riglitz
'of self-government. The honorgli ltpteater
'dwelt at length upon these . %has, sida he did
I not desire to excite any un e: ,- ixpeetiltions of
alarm, that everything defeat:A rip= . Sher
man ibeing routed from Atlariiik, That Rich
m.on WBl3 -safe r -and-Atlanta.-would be the...
Brea battle-field of this war. "Everything in
dice d that the enemy were concentrating all
theiravailable forces there; our Government
was oing the same. Mississippi would have
to t. ke care of herself foil the Present, forthe .
fall 'of Atlanta would establish a, Trans-
Chattahoochee Department, cut off from
Richmond, and entail upon us the same
dif6.nities which new exiSted with regard
to the Trans-Mississippi
enable Lincoln to enfdiCiS hfiiTiliracft ripen:the
s"th 6f Sep ember next; secure the re-election
black-hearted monster and , prolong
the ava.r. to' an indefinite period of time. - RC,
however, hoped for the better; he believed he
coulTbee a,glimmer of peace in the distance;
in. feet ;I:LC.4CH fully convinced of it. lahnse g ,
but he repeated again, that everything'de
pended upon the rout or retreat of Sherman
and the simpe4 of the Peace party nt the
North: - HeatdvAiid.cv.qrY one to • 4 9.1R - 0.14 e
Jew ue, and it would be well. -
I • : 2: .". . ir.
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NESSEE UNION STATE OON
.1.414 4.13 ,
:l)el Loss Before Atlanta 5,000, Be-
sides Guns and Camp Equipage.
- - - NASHVISX, Sept. 6. _
he Union State Convention,assembled.at
th Capitol yesterday, and -.elected . . Samuel
P. Milligan President. After passing a series
of resolutions they adjourned till 10-day. '
hree thousand rebel cayalrY, Ander Wil
li ms and Robertson,withAree,pieces of ar
til ery, near litirfreesboro,' On Scittintilradrii;
in , were attaeked by General Milroy, and ft
bpsk fight took place listirk all -day. Dir
Sdnday the rebels retreated towards "Tritinc,4
followed by Idilroy's fermi, which made seve-o
rill attacks during the day. The •Federal loss'
was 10 killed and wounded, including Col,-
Erfurt, of the 2d Kentucky, killed. 'the
r,lbel loss is thought to be larger than ours.:
General Milroy, having exhausted his ammo=:
-nition,joinecl Rousseates force,near Frankliri.:
'Wheeler's main • force was on- Stinday_s
lea Southwest of Columbia, and - Williannr
tachinent is reported to hai4 'joined hirti„
'Rousseau closely following. •.•• ' ' _
1 The damage done to the _railroad. WaS yea.
sight,_ no bridges or trestle'worklaving been
destroyed. '— - „- ••- • • -
A later - 'disputa. frtoin - Mih'ey ' reports . 11
rpbels to 'have been captured, killed or.
w0unded......... ~: , - ~s
, . ' ,
Dispatches received - this siffla
Rousseau is pursuing Wheeler. South of Duek
and in a eharge u ii"O
ponrthe rebels, w
had, 01,sreounted2;.:to fight, we captured 500
i Official dispatch** r.eseived_at Nashville, -
announced th - ift: lA' ftiorlaterithir before At
lanta, the rebels lost %000-killed and wound
d,e and 2,000 prisonerstinoluding a Brigadier
Gen'l, ten guns; eautalarge•iinionnt,of camp
equipage, cOur lops was triging, The rebels
are retreating* great haste- ''
1 Official information from the' fant'dife ,
Sunday, twenty seven &tali . , 6616* Atlanta,
represents Genefe,t'liciingfi as . pushing
southward' of Atititira. '"" '- -' - -- -- -,-..-
_YAK Florida Heard Prom.
A letter from_,Tenerlfdated the lith - et
Angust, says the stegil.ier `Florida Whited' the
day,liefore_ 0.•;16 6 0. 4 front - sh e
was permitted - to tr e . on boar wad'*hat
!visions she iei hire 1, arielitled Ilitrnsit=ds.y .
Igoiniilto the . §odtli:
burnig•htifetif - sho - rbettred • none-etthe
icourteq "e'xibllttedlo•ViresSel . of vary
that port. ' •it -alit 'reportett'- that -ishe -went
'there - fromtheveoast•of New Finglankwhere•
she took'and• destroyed , mathy ,
hig steameriaths.tvaktahle , -eargo,wldchtla
pirates reoret that they had not awed, and.
I run herthrotiah 'fhe"Filiteklitld into - a - idotalt.
-4• P-oz .
It is suripinreil tlat i tlii - aoggel'i'as . theglet4
trio Spark.. One of her otlicers—andi tweref
her crew left thellotidtrittl'interiffea ft
Heavy li -
otAfel i vflit . lArierliel feb.
' ' "'' `'' Sirli'l l , 'Pa t .; Stiiii. V
Judie lailia'ereita lit-tl q
tered 105t,,1143 , .,K* 1 01 1 Ar ' ' 0 4),1 , b sl y ll '
tents, antountutg,ticK! I 1 I 9,,,q1.4..,„ A
largelnutiber .of sirodwiflxol..notui , tea 4 x ,.,
stolen. The • were chiefly given. .11,..Seletn
:7 ; • billiKikal frofttfteu
$lOO Government notes, also aof
and42o tinterearpaying bills and $2%
Alma vz , 144.4,.1
WasurNorox. Sept. 0-8:10 P.
diatiatah , from General Grant, just re
ceived, gives a statement from the Richmond
Eratitiner of this morning that-John 11 - organ
svaa, suryrisp4p4..killpd, 2,04. his. SAP:
„ ,ofrwiai _dispati\l/,,received this mornilg .
from Lexington; states that General Cdilem
had officiallYT*Mtleig - tiltptiMandalefeat
of Morgan at:Greenville; that. John, -Morgan.
was killed and hisslaff capturec/4 .fr,oin 50 to
400.1ebels killed, 70 orisoners-tak.en, and, one
recaptured. This repoit - bering confirmed
by the Richmond Exatainer, - th - ere-is no room
to doubt its truth. -
Itrhonor of the capture of Atlanta, General
'rant yesterday orcleres - t_a stklpte to be fired
witit shotted guniArcpyfew,tiattery - bearing
• ri - On the enemy..r..-zi - q:1'!:-11.-.s;f : r...: _ _
`.Nothing has bialV.Astire -- Ay the DeNtrt
, int from Atlanta - haxte„%t .I%.inst., nor any
'tang • south of Waiittvilli ttqi... -- Ticcount of the
U to .
gement ofr,e t r,ttoafnes Ihe.pre
...Wling storms. " -
Nomovementstxsts,hn z iia have taken
place, in the SheiitlamtiClN.W. -
.T.EfRITOL - ..%TANTON,
- ---AeOtary of -War.
i, ItTuioifi Vi iiiCiif,lllll,',V, ,el'lllomt.
-- ?: - .::litliil`r„ Sept. 0.
'''.. - The result artiir';i l 4* - -,14# this town is:
tSinith, (Union, );tiki Go:vnis.l.,:i ,4„ -74.0 ; Redfield,
!'-(Dem.,) 371 ; liiiiiin::s* . AirlikT, 369. Union
'gq,in from last yi - AkliCt, .::-':''' - j12.: - '
S. M. Dorr (iliitgni - Wpied to the LegiS-
Jlature by a largE?*lol.l447 , :tiiiiihe largest - vote
1 over cast in thiatow.a.:.l-T.T-. 1
'BURLINGTON, vp wt.:: o,' , Z , = , ;:the largest vote
ever polled her6.-..04 - 4q4,W,4 ;the election to
day. ' L. Barnes, Union candidate for Town
Representative, was elected_by 209 majority.
li'coy ISinvirrhoil tliervote stood.: Smite, ( - Cik..
ion,) 684; Redfidieftkin.;l`lBB. l'Uniort-ina
MONTPELIER, Sept. •,6. 7 —The vote is small,
though somewhat taller thaillast ytk., . - _,Only
partial returns arc received; but :enough is
known to indicatillie"eldetibteiforllrtitire.an
&dates by considerably lar g er majorities than
last year. We have the..lepresentatiye vote
from forty towns,. andn'lLvetarn Uniatn.,,,men
...but two. ~ :_.,, `,-,, ::' ,.- ..,:i•
e N:Qteci:l64.4l:k6r4p_i.,is.about one-seventh
' 'of the State. - Tina year; Smith 5,935 - Red
'field, 1,945. - Lastyear;'Smith 4,-654 ; Redfield,
1,551. The,earresponding_increase through
out the State will swell Smith's'_ majority
3,0c9 over last year. The Union men are
kibilatlt ey,ent.b.e 5uicg0.94,91.0-daY.
EARLS IN roactl , l o, oPropmt
Rui7Tßoa:A . B4f. '
The American's special dispatch, dated
Berryville, Virginia, to-day, says:
The enemy are still in Sheridan's front_and,
as far as ybUrWriiSapendekit `lest!: :.see, , the '..
i l y
'are no indications of Early's retreat up the
'vs ey at present. The cavalry. force , whieh
lei Ripon's store - on Friday night have re
tut ed, having. ascertained that the e'hemy
- we einArssig t 00 . 9, pepu t a ,Ope cgtV,;,.. „
11 - 1 eernits and eonvalescen'ts from tAqq-IP`giti,::
! . ta are arriving in great numbenc'tklmoot.
ow ''afiy; , artaire.beineripidiyivent , uxttu3
'I We have hadreckeavy Rip stfliFra since last
,ni 'ht, whickstacontinnes, maltnig the roads
ve y,ditetat l for o transportation of supplies to
th front. :at was expected tkui.e;4eraLlwould.
ha eattoked nwireour.position -ataientistaii:
Ye4torday, and preparations were .'made-lbr
th+ reception of•one . thousand wounded, but
we were dlnappp . intedi and' your correspond
en holds to tititilipitildif that the enemy have
n , idea of-assuming. the offensive, but will be
perfectly, 4ontAnt. for the:present with acting
on: the defenlive and Sold,itigltlic blre,f. -
`‘The prisoners captured in the fight on
Saturday number some seventy. -.
r lip to the time of writing this dispatch,
- there has been no fighting since Saturday,
and, with the exception of little, picket skir
mishing, everything is perfectir (I nlet."
Election in Wilmington 1).01„ . ;
At the municipal election to-daylhe Union
men carried the city by four-hundred and fifty
msjprity, ejecting :awry candidate in every
Salute io ifolior of Our.TxcfOries.
~-;WAsnals•gro, Sept. 7.
At noonlarsainte-ol.'lloo-gans...Avas. ed. a
tip arsenal f4 - ..40 achievement- of
Cl' en. Sherman's army_•4l.llwesiviiiie; of At
lanta. • . •
•-•-• ;ffio - iteirngi v
-in: Bal. timoke,
I Thality,kyip:with flags in honor of our
ad. 4.4.04W1 i 3: l• TifJ 7041 0 11 4 C-14 1 •
On thirlitli inst.,-Orpey: Jackson , n cirri n
OLIN ant Mrs. ELENORIiT_ trarribditvgi" - 4
v - EW A LiVERTisi*AN-14
Chambs;iniiiiik ,W*604,, ,
j A - GOOD CIEEAMBERRAED I Iiiiiiiifie weal
Teoonimended._ bypure at
fißip7-3t] ; & awl :street::
1 :..--: HORSE P0 . 1.:".1„Aika11,. - . :::-•::::
I A L
i -.' STYLISH BAY HORSEI 1384eilreitii'irld,'
,Ent.toNtzi9T_Woje or haniera, will be sold clicsOltes
rat of use. Apply to "[Sep - I.bin - J 7 - It, 1d1tY.„... -
___ _...... ...
: •"' '-' -'' N'istitte id- das:Vtinotrieltm - . -: - - ' -
' A LL .conetnmens . of,u,-..,silxii.liiiiisizt.oe - :303t
LM.paid;ttitiikillii i oii:reituisted - to do so ett et:beface
the 10th inst. as all inapahrbilla will be shut offifterjhat
ii a to - . - By on or of aio - Coropany
sep7-da3 2 ,1.
. .., r: -.1.1
' THE filbsikibeooit4iiiititivataaleitt
of 180 acres 10 StirtiOallill township, Janiati county,
Pennsylvania, friar mileurfrem the IN nnsyivarqa Rail
road at Perryville, and seven miles from mittiftlawiFAhV
I county mat. Thelmprovements are a;;„;,
• WIGS FpAyrte,,,ww„
Of woriovie, pa /474, vtaattLpplayrd d, frame•Wason
House Hog pon; Sp tug trouVe ci;sift. - 'it 'never-failing spring
orati law oatereosau; the state. There is an orchard of
grafted fruit; also, pears, peaches, p1uvi4,31:41,944014ie5,
Oae hundred and forty acres of the above c eared ;-- Hie
remainder well .61fabiiiidd ellsose: - .7winbing to view the
above will apPly to the undersigned on the farm, or by
letter at Pero fl*.jF,PistOffo4 - I.llffitata county, Pennsyl.
volts,* l'Oce iii6r l * ift . Flo easy.
sop-7wdw:dlt ' . - JNO. F. G. LONG.
' 4 A , •1k . '
~ .- . 1 pick Sic -,;' : .. TZ__ ' .. o ti ... I . Ant . ' „......
UntrOSOMpto an order . of the (CO:4LO
.11..'trriiit*Maibria'ef Dauphin county, not:we-Wore
by given to thea - Commiesioners of said- couja*fiiiid'as.fae
P;l9.;;,ff ' lapiaprs alma tam line of F'rcrotaithiseV,ZEitliL
r:la r ie .' -4Cte n :. ' OK qbecitrOf . iislbat
• • . • 4, :', • •, I
.: , , k "tr.! "' 2 : .
... tat '
0.1 . c ,/, .. . •• , . .'
;, '...1.;,,, :nnwill
Nciglitto maw z:;:d • •• • • elfin
~.- : ,:i_:: .. , -...
pisc uz i tas ~ 4 ',. .14.f.1131161 1 PA 4itift 0".1 . ." .-
~- , • ':. . .mwe: :A! ... wri-t .;:i.a***.W. ~ tfyito
it 02 the Death
a I s IT
:; iGSAY, Supt.
J - reeelved by the undersigned until MONDAY; Sep
amber 12, 1884, for furnishing the LI S. SubAstence De
_paa_metil, delivered in this city, with
LAQQ.O.EARRELS FRESH GROUND EXTRA
Brands must be stated both heads' to be well lined.
..Tst, lie delivered at the rate - of - 1001s .rre's perday, cone
.4arnlies mua-aeam/4141/1f..,PUTL10D56'4,.,..1icti bid
must contain in It the guarantee of two-responsire perscies
for the fulfillment of Nib agreerrri3nt,'whe wig! glee-bonds
In case of failure to deliver the Flciut, the United States
reserves the right to purchase elsewhere to make up the
deficiency, charging the advance pr!culo the party falling
Proposals must riot - Eliclosed - wElf samples, hut-de
livered separate. All flour to be carefully inspected and
compared with retained samples. "
All bids must comply strictly with the terms of this
advertisement. No proposals will be Considered wh n
either Of the paAles interested is„alnerober of congTosg,
agent, or employee of the Government, or is not known to
be loyal to it. .
Blank 7fottE"fOr proposals, etnit.ainine .the form.' of
! may be had orfadpficaterrat thin °trim: •
Pdyttidnt will be infidolli sateltfundasts maybe forward
ed by thernitblestata forthbputposp. " •'
PropotitibliAy be accothpanted • by a printect;copy of
this advettiketileni. indorsed,-" Proposals for 'Flour,'. and'
directed to -BROWNELL GRANGER.; •
Captain end Chief commissary SubsiKetlee, . •
F.1,6-dtsepl2l , Depattment Busonehanna.„
QUARTEXAA.STriIc. .GrENERAT2 . S'I , ;
FICE. • .
. REST DIM-9.105,
Will be sold at Pubtic4,,uction...to the highest bidder, al,
the tuneund placcu.namedhelqw, viz
York, Pa., Thoredayi Sept. 4 z. 1.864.
Altoona, Pa., Thursday-,Sept. 22, 1564.
Lebanon, Pa. Thursday. $ept...29, 1864.
TWO EUNDRED'pAygi, BY TIORSES•
These Horses have Mega .cOadomned as unfit rat• the,
cavalry service of the army,
For:road and farm, 4turposea Many good bargibisTmay
Hottes sold singly, -
: - .4T5.761 - I?—eash, Shliciiijcurreney.
, First DlvEdon,
sepfilse2Bl.,, Q,uarterpaster fleueraPs Office.
• . 4 1:ROYOST 'MARSHAL'S
I.tra.lliariketCnO. - PENNSYLVOU; • (
HA,VaihntrACC-3eptembei''RclB64. ) .
The ; following noticu4nubl*lrt for Ilie' , infanindon of
all interested -
\b4itnteers be , anceptixinatid counted onAhof quotas
th present call; Nfy tothe laSt pinchcakmoment Defore
Lie Mufted inetrindacdeVed strof sent to the rendezvoas,
Townships aid•sub-ctintriete which.: have not Mind :their
quotas m e urgeclth doSio at blict
All time tharean'=nlohathly be given, will be 4111)1'1 , 4 1 ,
but the draft wilthiclnie actsoan after. the.sol 8 0 1 1 '
tember as pranthlibk.:......-
.Credits will bhAtiVerf,•and Government.bounly_haid. to
volutneers uritif.:ROtlfer:Amient, :
.BF, order ... - ..vapE,»RICHARD L El - 0114C,
r' • IA. A- - P..l)l, 4( . 4 eheratl
_2. WILLIAM 31311E17F1A !Ai •
9..ptain and A_ A. A. 4ehtlath
51.g1N KAY CLEMENT:.;
aptairtelntißrbvalst%larsbat 14th Distrlchclt
nisburg, Allopt 84.44384. h • slIP.t.:O
QUARTERMASTER u GENERAL'S,--Or=
FLOE, ... .„ ..
, : ...-, ....„.„
dt') ,:..,'_, • Flgsr Div;mos',
i i ..v.,.: '. ,7 :. ,whAiiiilt:64o!k, 4 , uPbv.gilc.i:l -,
1 EfpIIRSRS.r•SORSES I- HORSES i
g rWeil Vel , ' fiireOv'eltly' el* Aililiely serviee'uill. be:
'lie liaii , a•at (lioNtli;•Deriat',-FoOpen market, till October
,q-es Till be delivered to Cayiniir L:. Leeery , Moore:Ad
Q. M:;iii#,Oci siipitiCtic,l.6oteLttmef GOrtifereeet.tcopee-
Ale : tiOler'e bettlitficeptf,(l.7-- .• - _ ' -,
'N.3).fla4.irittOr.rs,S sl.76 , eaehe, -.- •., —....,...._- ,_ ,
t • ieli.:„Of - rtPlerr. Ifortes,llo , 6li.. ' '-. -'. ',.',.:::•• -- ..
' tliihiii' . .tli tg . , lilnith - fdr Ri7.6loPAild'lfiert . 6:-. , ' r-- 3 : -• •
,u r? - ~......an : ::1 ~ . ....„rAso2.,A.xmcnoi .. •
1. , ...e , :,:...
....,:.. ~ 1 . r, .i.O o loi l l ictim.Divia s , ll , .. : .
' *- "s 14, ..; '2'•' ..- ' l ' ''''-':''''''- 171;i1;k4 , 1'reeder 4Zieicerel 7 elXdoe..... -
:: , x , :': , ..: IC,- :C r _... , 131-. 013 JEN- , •, • .:: 2, ..
:I " .r tM N . t t '. • A 4 1':' LAW-'..: .. '
uNS..I4 Hip 'ln.'„[:tt . . .203413:4 4 T
Jittnnudes..,li'ensione alkci.BaCia4 1 7 , ekollfat iek4
PeP 3 444 1 3,* •
V.g4r;. 6 i.:: 1" - 1' ri-* l5 ;
TT! BELOW MAREXT.
VERY. , 'desirable • private , . DWELLING
offered at private sale. situated in no upper part of
city . Fuquire or MRS. O ROMGARDNER,
eR3.4 1 51„., , : „, i; .North area:
I - mery and, alley. oo 5...
EfEBBS; •kt NO: Market Square;
itezt door o F'slif.'sConfectilitteif, tfeepsc'onstant
type hand the latest style.. c}' roomy , . Hats, 'Rachel,'
Flpwers, Ribbons. Sm., Minikes with a fine Sznortment of
Ness 'Trimmings, Lades, "Einbictithilier, Collars, Cott,
Handk - erchlefs, Roddy, Globes Said Variety Goods in
gr u ral.
the latest Designs of Dress Patterns direct frtim the
N w York Bazaars. Drees and Cloak making neatly axe ,
c ed. I:tiantrini for the patronage- bestowed' since her
o ming, she t'iiisti,"by weal.* to tasbusas and
, -heir endeavors to give general satisfaction, to centimes to
- iye a share of the public patronage, jyl.-dike •
$lO WILL' be 'paid for haf °relation of
the whereabouts of any deserters frolu the
US. service. All comisierabgAiene Strictly . confidential.
Apress-Box...r.4llaqi4blirg, P.. . . epvl
_on, thq:Sth inst, from the ..livery
11 stable of tho subscriber, in Ilarrisbnrg, a ROAR
• ARE, 9 years old, 1534 hand high, small star on fauo
b ask mane esid•tail; mark on right hhad.pasture;
sows the whiterit her4yes wjaen:tiorinag or reeving her
*ad; alwals peeps- 'when. under , the • saddle. Also,. a
BUGGY; pankted- blank; -11 riped white, letter B,nn. both
de 2mein, :leather , ettetiion. and top. Also, a set of
&NESS.. $4O reward will be paid for the return. of the
It: re, Bugey and Hamess, or for suchlnformation is will
lbad to their recovery, and the arrest of the thief.
atign-dtf - - F. R. SWAR'IE.
AIMED, FRUITS. (51` E'V ' ERY moue,
of aU theCelOratedbannfaeltliera.
i 3 6 Ver Y a d ' irlO.i o ii:
a ' ' * • .'. . ,
kp,.DRQWN STOUT, FINE TRAS, DOWER, BU G S
d SYRUP of all and prices, an,d the best Woofed
I AR goods 6:3.i:edit:dot its - represetted.
I Particular attention paid to all orders fron a distance.:
Goods carefoßii packed and delivered to altparts of the
ity tree of attire , . - SHISISR & ntAzER, • '
1 inyp ,
;11:MLR; NOTACE:S4:hiiiOS , gitpn, Wit ixt
slneenunee.eflhe - Actstr AMWAY . o i.rene47 l vtutht,
'passed the tirst,:day..Of .Tnee;lBB9,;tateeteahohiere of the
;FranklieteWer Wishtugten,..E.Une.,. will:apply:to the
;next session of the 140Ihnuire foi HEAR ,
jter, With •un et its espt . tg "Oen% _1460,900 ter
IE2OOOO. ' • ' REID; Presidont.:_
WASIIIINGTON. PA., June 24, IM4. jert -
MIQ, 4 IITD: ELENNIAT:
IQIIID RENNET siittdiC . Nttith ttie
'est and most gratCtul diet - tot 'iltriAde. ottildren•
billroontaiorne+ry,thmtltht,iit 'the- vonetiotion ;
iniottosth tient:wt. it itralwaytthghtrand easy of
digestion, and supports the system with the Iciest-pm/we
excitement. When Jolt greater nittaitiveyetver isdoalred
cream and anger may he added:' -atleiniktkooful conceit;
a quart et mirk lute- tr. 'prrti! -- tiatitly - Prepared and sold.
wholesale and retail her: 7. ' "es if:ITNIOZ,4 . :
jelb-tt r" . :^ - - -118-Aerite“
• VEILIMLPINIC,-ENEKGEpi - '
T° our Tinaand. axtimbie, stook ;pi _rub,.
graph /Shama 111:4,21totagrapil - Car 4 riatilveklee
have added s BEAUTIFUL ENVELOPS forth° reception
of card pictures. They mast be seenAild win be adMired
Mir Photographers supplied, ei..Baeiroey...leviesaLleheie
sale price, arid their cera palatal). cpfefor..sl.
theiusand, wholeaudeiuul MA. At.
may 24 alarjrnirinieskati ,, .
it i ttlf.:46lfigAft .
FINE FA LILY .
' witL, meat the
beat mills FRAnit
mad4"l""i straimiii sikatlkailOrNexr
btntuugg with o in ticrool , • 1 3 , : tiated_
denrcett to ar/
Detail in rinecant<:j"7:
-. 41 01 011Wf fhtle.
FU B.LIC 4 2 . 4111 E
ir al uable Real Estate
ti 0 a Naturday, Snag enbe7-17, 1864.
V Lbe offered et pr!blie sale, ob tbz
ZOOK'S UNION -HOUSE,
(NOW kept by A. B. Stotte,) situated-in Shepbez&tz,i,...
Cumberland county ' Pa., along the State road leaditi .
from Gettysburg to Harrisburg, alxurt eight milel'routb
west from Harr sburg, and two and a half miles south or'
Tho Land belonging, to the above property contains' it.;
acres, on which to erected the ROTEL, a„spteiffild brief= building, just new, sixty feet front forte-eiglidefeetd4ap ,
l'arfii three .stories higtarake thirrl - ptsky - tog a crrc corn _
. rpodious hall, capable of seating 300 pereous. arF
enough rooms in the huildihg tot ontain entity beds.' On
the top of the hotel- is-an Observattity r tionta-andin a ,
beautiful and extensive vt ot the surrouniiing
There is also a large kitchen attached to the tmidint
and a LARGE SToRE-ROOM under the same roof z,
large stable, suitable to the bonne ; 'Well of _ever-taft,
Waier near the door, a Large cistern .the yard. smoke
house hog-pen, and every improvement that raieei , zrry
to make it
One or the Lest Tay. rn Stands in the toi,;.ht.v
Per.vme wishing to examine said prop.. Try besot,
the sale, can call on the subscriber, or A. B. stelae.
. Sale to commence at 'I o'cinetz P. in,- Teem; me-i -
known by a A. W. Z. OK
A- O. BROLGEER, Auctioneer. feer.s-diva
U. S. 7 -. 30 LOAN.
Secretaty'of the Treasury givesnotie'
AL that subscriptions will be received fa:G:7l
- Treasury Notes. payable three years from
August 1501,1864,- With semi-annual interest
a:Ctlie rate of seven and three-tenths p'r cent
par annum—principal and hits:rest both to
paid in lawful money.
These notes will be convertible at th,. , option
Of the holder at maturity iA six per emt
gold bearing bonds, payable not less than f,v,
nor more than twenty years from their date,
as the Government may elect. They will be
issued in denominations of $5O, *lOO, $5OO,
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all subscriptions must
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty
The notes will be transmitted to the
free of transportation charges as soon after
thrt'receipt of the original Ceitific.ites of De
as they can be prepared_
...AS the notes , draw interest from August i 5
persons making deposits subsequentcto t that
- date must payrthtYinterest ae:crift , d tionr - date
:Of note to data of deposit.
...;Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dot
'Jars and- upwards for these Luau, at, any. one
`time wilt be 'saw - Wed a corliniis4ion: -oeone'
.gnarter of one per cent., which will be paid
-by the Treasury Department upon the receipt
of -a bill for the amount.. certified to by the
'crfficer with whom the deposit was made. No
deductions for commissions must be made
ham the deposits.
Special Advantages of this Loan.
is A NATIONAL SAVINGS Rum, offering a
-lAgher rate than any other, and b sf sec rift'"
-Any savings -bank which pays its depositors
WS. Notes.' considers that it is- paying -
:int& best circulating medium of the country;
and it cannot pay in anything lietter",. for =its
,own assets are either in government securities*
of in notes or boll& payable in government
it is equally convenient as a temporary or_
permanent investment. The notes can al
'ways be sold for within a fraction of. their
face and accumulated interest, and—are the
best security with banks as ccaapfirals fordis
counts. . _
:Convertible into a 6 periCent. 5-20 Gold Bond.
L.. In addition to the A 67 liberal interest oa
the notes for three -- years, this p r ivil eg e of
conversion is now worth about three per cent
pet annum, for the'current rate for 5-'2O Bonds
is. not less than nine per cent. premiatiii_anckbe-_,
- fdre the war tha premium on six per - nent. - Ei -
B, stocks 'was over twenty per cent. It will,
be aeanthat the 'actual profit -on this loan, at
the present market rate, is not less _than, ten
per cent per annum....
Is Exemption from Stale or IlattlitOal
Taxation. -: -
: But aside from all the advantages' we have
enumerated, a special act of Congress ivremptS"
all bonds and Ti Easury notes front local taxation.
On the average; tlaii exemption is worth about
tab per •cent. per annum, according to the
rarof taxation in various parts of the country.
is believed that •no Scot/titles offer so
great indncernents to lenders as' thoSe isaued
tb3t the 'abrerrumint. In all other 'forms of
Indebtedness, the faith or ability of_ private
parties, or stock companies, •or separate com
munities, only, is pledged for payment, while
the whole property of the conotty is held to
secure the discharge of all tlt, obligations of
the United States.
;While the Government offers the mosi
liberal terms for its loans, it belieres that the
very strongest appeal will be to the loyalty
aid patriotism of the people •
SUBSCRIPTIONS , WELL BE EF.C . ,EfI'ED _by the
Treasurer of the Baited States, at. Washing
ton. the several -Assistant Treamiers and
designated Depositaries, and by all the Na
tional banks which are depesitaries of public
money, and all respectable banks and ballkdrA
throughout the country will give further in
fOrmatiOn and afford every facility. to sub
scribers. • [aul9-d&w/rn
WHO PAYS FOR STAMPS ON RECEIPTS
PEILLIIIE‘PRIA,. - AND READING. RAnateen-CnineaNs - ,
OFFICE 227 r'Orrit COM II STKEET,
_ ;• , Mat
.10SEPH J. LEWIS; Esq. V. 8 -Counnirsismer &Minn ,
I Reverme, Washington; D, ' '• -" -
Sm t—Please state which party ninst psy for the U. „S
Stamp? • The one who receives the money, being. toe
maker of the receipt, or the par y paying tho mon e y
S. BRADFORD; Tresr.
TREAS 9 Y DEEART, OFFICE Or INI'ABSAL
. 11. T NELN
Sts :—•:Yours. of the inking. is received. The question
as to who snail pay the-duty required-oe-receipts on iltY
sums of money' ekceerling $2O; iedependent-on the dr
eumatahees attetettog the case. .
°retell , tiy at law me pa - soils bonitil to . give is 7 recalt fir
Money paid. The - receipt .is - an instrument rya:Lena ,
useful only to the ferrsomto whom itie given...At hempole
a res.tpt ft 4,leavytyylcs him , to furnish the stamp a
to stamp thereeapt, r. queen, &lard is *led. Tee
person who receives-the ii , aae y Obi igt ti to give a
receipt unless the ether party .uroishes the.pmfier.Stamil,
If a person gives a receipt without requiitng that the
parry to whom it is given shall furnish the Stamp, the
maker o the receipt must bloMelf Stamp' iber paper be
fore he deLvere it. If he fade SO. 41.01 p It h. fo a. he de
livers it, he Is liable to the penalty provided - Nfliarlin
the omission but the other mutyirrigy Stamp it inimmt
atelv upon its beteg received.
• Very resp•otflulyi
Ab2EPli--J WISA Coaliistemer_
S. BramemY, Philadelithta,... rater7l-41.2w-wOz
Notice to Bridge,
tin m 810 ert;-of
- deiaTght6il, Coin 'iit: :DaV
county, Pennsllwirilt,,wilf-jeoolve Snide* Fro ,
posals up to September the 21st, fleethognikt,pat vie
WOW& P at „for building, supertnteniline; anet funtishist
all the matelials for a new-ro fed ffeldge - adress Aral
stronger, ek, in Jackson township, said county, east of
Halifax, at the site referred to by the late Reports of the
Grand boned of the cotitryjscolnediere'south; fahieirlY
so, of Fisheravitle. Bankviiikds% tp be-fort y feet span, 011
the Burr Top Arch p_h% slid to he as' Realm- the
Wit bridge (now stetittindis ;Mirth side ~Walls to be
fourteen , test , ibag r and , those et the 4stith side ten feet
long , trtePOlials Ack. be . Jorge re)3 the specifications
Webs,,Pad et the °nice of the County Commis
si atrisiitug, by , leger !ot tither ,
wlia-,,'Ve=„l44le?:en st4st to.the 4 leorast tc
5 P+4 5 0 14 i. turWskN
. JAOOB MT % •
S-JlCar FOR--FINE 1311101060,