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BRUM EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9. 1864.
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ravening Edition are Inserted in the iiiorn.
ing Edition without extra charge. •
'FOWN• Ai.) couNT it v.
Meeting of Union County Cona-
The members of the Dauphin County Union
Committee are requested to meet at the Frank
lin House, in the city of Harrisburg, on
Thursday, September 15th, at 2 o'clock, r.
A full attendance is requested. By order of
J. J. SHOEMAKER, Chairman.
i. M. WLESVLING, Secretary. [IV
AFFOLNTNENT. —Mr. J. P. Lyter has been
appointed postmaster at Enders, this oounty l
vim Lorenzo D. Patterson, resigned.
Empiric ions Guns!—Persons having guns
which were issued . during the recent emer
gency are requested to return them at once.
See notice of Rev. J. Walker Jackson, in
THE cry of "Mad Dog!" Wit. 9 raised in the
Second ward, last evening, caused by a crowd
of nen and boys pursuing a dog through Sev
eral of the alleys. We did not loam n whether
he was captured.
A noon of Washington's hair was sold at
the l'hilluielphia fair for $2O. It, is said that
Garibaldi exhausted two mattresses, in send
ing locks of his hair to fair applicants, while
he was in England re,ently.
THE Congressional Conferees of the Union
party of York, Cumberland and Perry coun
ties, ;rill meet at Bridgeport, opposite this
city, on Monday next, 12th inst., to place in
nomination a candidate for Congress.
ATTENTION.—The emergency having passed
that required the issue of arms and accoutre
ments, on, the order of the Committee of
Peb'ic Safety, they will be returned to the
keeper of the State Arsenal without delay.
JOAN WALKER TACKSON, Sec'y.
&Lamm's OPERA Housz.—Great Bill To-
Right.—The Lone Sister appears in three beau
tiful dances, Pass de Actions, &c. Don't for
get this is the last night but one of S. S.
Sanford. He opens with his new troupe at
Lancaster, on Monday el - ening next ; thence
to Oil City, to locate an Opera House.
THE. HACKNEY BUSINESS OF HARRISBURG.
Some Ida+ of the immense business of our
city, may be formed on the fact that there
arenow 48 licensed hacks running to and
from various points in the city and suburbs,
Those in charge of these vehicles are reaping
YESTERDAY an error accidentally etene into
our columns, in which it was asserted that the
discussions of hortic;ultural societies, fruit
growers' associations, &c., at fairs, are not
beneficial. It Should have read; ( !they are
not only beneficial, but add much to the in
terest of the fair." A gentleman t iutorms us
that such discu,sions have been of great
value to him, as he gained information that
saved him hundreds of dollars.
FRAN& Dimly takes a benefit at Drant'S . Hall
this evening, on which occasion he wi 1 ap
pear in four great characters Three sterling
comedies are on the bills, viz: Two of the
B'hoys; The Irish Drag on; and Robert Ma
ca,re. Miss Fanny Denham will appear as
the Goddess of Liberty, and sing "The Flag
of our Union.". This is a rich bill. .Do not
fail to secure seats, as the hall is packed. every
evening, long before the curtain rises. •
It cannot be denied that the best company
that ever appeared in Harrisburg, is now at
Brant's Hall. That is the only place to see
suet' stars as Frank Drew. Everybody goes
there, except improper characters, weose pa
tronage is not wanted.
A RIGHTEOUS SENTIENCE.:—Major Shearer,
the notorious rebel leader who was captured
in Hagerstown, which place he entered with
a small squad of cavalry, some two months
ago, has been sentenced to fifteen years im- -
prisonment at hard labor in Fort Delaware,
for distinguishing himself as a rebel guerrilla.
Shearer formerly lived in the neighborhood of
Mechanicsburg. He was brought to this city
after his capture, previous to being sent to the
Fort, and his presence here caused eensidera,
ble excitement at the time.
Guises. or PROPRIETORS. —The States Union
Hotel, located near the depot, has pa sed into
the hands of John W. Taylor, Esq., late prd
prietor of the Indian Queen Hotel, at Chain
bersburg. He is well known as a hotetkeep
er, and in his hands the States Union - cannot
fail to have an extensive run of custom. Ur.
Taylor has suffered Severely at lhe hands ,
the rebels ; they robbed him 1# a valuable
drove of o the and several thousand. dollars,
a few months ago, and his hotel was destroyed
bylhe recent fire in Cliambersbnrg: He is
deserving of public patronage.
"Gotta TO TIM WARS 1 . - - Two splendid re
giments left here this morning. :They were
the 200th, commanded by Col. Divan, and the
202 d, commanded by Col. 'Albright. Both re
giments are lull, and composed of able-bodied
men, and, under efficient officers, cannot fail
to do good service. The streets were lined
with citizens as the noble braves marched
forth, with drums beating and colors flying,
Many were the good wishes expressed for their
safety, and early return. As regiment after
regiment of patriots pass through our streets,
to defend their country, a looker on cannot
help feeding that the rebehion will bOspoiedily
crushei out, and that then—itad only then-w
can peace be restored to outlfsia
Copprrv.l.rsi LASIDDLETCT 7. The Knights
of ihelio'iden - tlii;le4g 4 e. :for thapatei
days made 43116i:wive preparations to have a
grand - Outiaburiiiig - Of - the fratlifurartliat plane;
on Saturday evening next
Pan - atom) AGCMENT.—On Thursday, Josepll
Snyder, of Marietta, was instantly killed by
the mail train westward on Thursday at noon.
He was walking on the railroad near the bridge
over the Conestoga. about a mile and a halt
east of Lancaster. The deceased has for some
time lived in Marietta, and was engaged at
working in an ore mine. The car pastkediiV r e'r
both his legs, mangling them badly.
• CONTEUENCE MEET /7AG. —The Pennsylvania
Annual Conference of Free Baptist churches
convenes •in our city to-day. This body is
composed of ministerial and ltzr delegates
from the 'Westmoreland, Somerset and Har
risburg Quarterly Conferences; and represents
a number of churches in the middle and
southwestern counties of the State. The open
ing sermon will be delivered in the First
church, corner of State and Fourth streets,
this evening, by Rev. J. M. Springer, of
SWOJID PEESENTATION.—This morning the
Two Hundredth regiment marched through
town. It was halted in Market street, and a
magnificent sword, sash and belt, valued at
$2OO, were presented to Captain Zechariah
Orem, of Company C.
.The articles had been
purchased by the company, in whose behalf
they were presented by J. M. Wiestling, Esq.
in a few very appropriate remarks. Mr, W.,
was followed by Rev. Mr. Hays, Chaplain of
the regiment, who received the vahaable gift
in behalf of Captain Orena, in a brief but in
teresting address, returning thanks for the
A valuable sword was also presented to
Lieutenant Stout, of the same company. It
was purchased by the members as a mark , of
their respect for him as an officer and a sol
AMILITAL OF A 'YOUNG HAIMISBECIIG Sormisa.
—Sergeant Simon Snyder, (the youngest son
of Charles A. Snyder, Esq., of this city,) of
Co. E, 107th regiment,, arrived in .this city
yesterday. Sergeant Snyder was a member
of the Yerbeke Rifles, in the three months'
service, and was the youngest soldier in Penn
sylvania's quota of troops furnished at that
time. On his return he entered the 107th
regiment, in which he has served ever since,
and participated in all the principal battles
from Cedar Mountain down to the late oper
ations before Petersburg. He was captured
at Gettysburg, but immediately afterwards
exchanged. His company is now reduced to
tour men. His regiment brought only forty.
one men out of the battle of the Weldon rail
road. He lEt now detailed for draft duty, to
conduct recnits to the Army of the Potontac.
IMPORTANT TO NON-EXEMPTS.—Those per
sons who are subject to the, draft, should bear
in Mind the following facts:
The draft will begin first in those places
which, are making the least efforts to raise
volunteers, so as to give the places which are
trying t • fill their quotas without a draft as
much time as possible to do so. The payment
of bounties to recruits, authorized by the act
of July last, did not cease on the sth instant,
but are still continued as they were before
that day, and volunteers will be counted op,
the quotas up to the latest possible moment.
BUSINESS ITE DIS.
Tai Hoi Guittos are requested to return
their arms and accoutrements. To meet at
the arsenal on Monday evening, Sept. 12, at
4 o'clock. By order.
d2t G. PRINCE, Captain.
ATTENTION, RELKUTE MEN-.—The Quarter
master General has made a requisition for the
arms issued during the emergency. There
are yet altout thirty guns that have not been
returned. It is necessary that they should be
left at the DAILY TELEGEAPELOffiiCe, at once, or
the names of the parties hording thrm'svilL be
handed to the proper department.
sept9-2t W. W. GIBSON, Capt.
C.trazasuai Music 114.1.. Walnut Street
Between , Seccmd a' d. success and
all credit is due Mr. Miller, the enterprising
manager, winch is acknowledged by over
flowing houses and the unanimous voiie of
the people. The array of talent cannot be
excelled in this city. The management an
nounces the engagement of Miss Victoria
Howard, vocalist, who will appear on Monday
Fr cus AND ACCGE.--As this is the season
when many are suffering with the Chills and
raver, we would earnestly advise all such to
get dile box of )Dr. Ifparr's Spiritttal Fills, as
the .doctor is in honest believer, as he says, in
the truths of spirit manifestations, and relates
many very astounding cures, per
through the aid of spirits. Those afflicted with
the Fever and Ague will lose nothing by giv
ing the spirit fills a trial : as his terms are
no cure, 7to pay. bee his advertisement in
another column of this paper.
NEW NATIOMI, TicEATEE.—Another great
sensation play from the pen of Tom. Taylor,
Esq., was performed last evening at the mauve
temple of the Drama, before as fashionable an
audience as iseeidom seen within the walls of a
theatre in our city. The plays were admirably
performed, and brought forth applause upon
applause. The play of Itetribuuon was ad
mirably cast. lie history runs thus: Rodefphe
De Mows, under the : assainucl name of Count
Friuli, (Mr. Marble,) is wronged by Oscar De,
Beaune (Mr. Ferns) in the seduction of hit:
wife, during two years absence on the Pacific:
coast. Be returns to find his wite 'dying of a
broken heart. At her death-bed Friuli swears.
to have revenge. He follows this De Beaune
through all the gay saloons of Parrs is intfo 7 .
duced and passes for his friend.. lie (Friuli)
finds De- Beaune's . 'wife young, beautiful
and innocent. lie endeavors to ruin her, and
at last relents. Madame De ?Beaune (Miss
Day) talis in love with Frill ii. Victor lie
Auntie, (Mr. Freeman,) Bodolplie's brother,
loved Madame De Beaune beitore she was
married, and knowing his broth er's intentions,
calls to see her to place her on her gtuteit
tie is found upon his knees to De Iseaufre's
wife by , the husband, a challenge ensues, and
Victor is wounded; I.)e Beaufro comes to the
house of his friend Priuli for pr oteetion, when
he (De Beaufre) discovers m Priuli the husband
of his victim; the satisfaction is offered; the
duelist (De Beaufre) dies, and the curtain de
scends upon a magnificent tableau. The piece
is fill of startli g effects and stirring nun
dents. We would advise the Rtiblio, if they
wish to Bee'a really good play and ft good
iontimulYs - . 115 4 . to fail a call at t he - New
National. We otol assure them of being fully
- satisfied WOO; sus a upleudit
-41 ° 1114 : 110 0 " good Mtg. .
the Third ward .at
the chairman on Monday evening, September
12th; at 7i o'cloatt. - to - inakeirhal - settlement
of the busin.esa eittrinted them. The collect
ing committeef are - reqifested •to make their
final reports and hand over their subscription
books at or before that time. Citizens who
have not yet paid their subscriptions are .no
titled to pay the amount due from them with
out farther delay. • J.:M.. , WIESTLING;
Chairman of Recruiting Committee.
Ksow ALL Itim. BY Tunas Pitsaarers—That
I, Dr. J. J. Mcßride, have this seventh day
of September, 1884; •appointed S: A: Kunkel
& Bro., of Harrisburg, Pa., (Druggists) my
sole agents, for the sale-of my Great Remedy,
the KING OF PAIN, for the State of Penn
sylvania. I guarantee to the public that the
medicine offered by said S. A. Kunkel & Bro.
is my preparation—the true and original KING
OF. PAIN, and would recommend my . patrons
and those having used my medicines to pur
chase from none other but them or their duly
authorized agents. jOHN J. M!BRIDE.
Dn. J. J. M'Brozon's Kiria OF PArs.—Having
been appointed,the sole agents-for. the State
of Pennsylvania for the sale of Dr. .1. J. DX-
Bride's great remedy, the KING OF PAIN,
Would respectfully inform the public that we
-will continue the sale of it at the corner of
Fifth and Market streets, also at our Drug
Store, No. 118 Market street, Harrisburg,
All orders from a distance promptly attended
For information apply at the Drug Store of
febB-]w S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.
PAIITPEBISIL VS. OBTAINING GOODS 'I:INDUS
FAL= Parrnimu.—An acquaintance of a brief
period related to me the following incident:
Business -tin last Sunday a week compelled
him to•take a horse back ride -to. the classic
borough of Afiddleto*n. On his return he came
home by the way of the Poor Rouse. Being
addicted to the use of tobacco and segars, and
out of the former, he stopped at the Poor
Rouse and asked one of the inmates for jt
light. He, the inmate, said if my acquitint-.
once would give him a segar, he wouldlight
it. It was done. Re went, and in a few mo
ments returned puffing the segar with all
the airs of a first class dandy. We now., ask
legal advice. Was the sager obtained : under
false pretence? And in conclusion, as the'rich
and poor must be clothed, it is of importance
to know where dry goods are sold cheap. We
say at C. L. Bowman's, No. I, corner of Front
and Market streets.
STOCKINGS ! STOCKINGS ! STOCKINGS !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM THE FACTORY,
50 doz of heavy white *bed Cotton Stockings, 50 cts
50 doz of white ribbed t; tton Stockings, 75 cts •
25 doz blue,' mixed and grey Woolen Stockings, 75c
50 doz of Woolen Stockings, all colors and prices
White Cottos, Stookinge, good and heavy, all prices
We have the li,.rge t assortment of lio.derYin RarTiri-
burg, for Ladies , a d Monis wear
10 pieces of Black Cloth for Cloaks, all prices
2,0 pieces of Bic k Silx, all prices.
1 piece of Ext a heavy Bl .ok silk, beet quality
10 pieces of New Style Plaid Dress G ode'
5 pieces of Black Bombazine best quailty
3 pieces of Black French Merino
2 pieces of B ack Canton Cloth, finest quality
Back Alpacess, all qual ties and prices
Plsin.Paramattas in:brown, blue and purple, •
?adman as in back, stone color and.ween
All Wool De Leine; in brown, b•uennd green'
afarseill, s Quilts, Napkins an. fine Linen
Y,llow, red and fine white Flannel ...
00 pieces of Bleached duelle r at 60 cis ; worth t 5 eta.
We have row in Store a Complete Assortment of ALL
KINDS OF DRY GOJDS, Wh.ek we will close out at less
than wholesam pr.ces. (eep9j ' S. LEWY.
A CARD TO THE SIMPERING.,
Swallow two or. three Wanda" eada ' , Bac:ha "Tonic
he., and after you. are satisfied with the result, then try
one box or OLD - DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH
eILLS--and be restored to health end vigor In tees
than thirty days. They are purely vagetatilo, pleasant to
take, prompt and salutary in their effecta on tne broken
oown and shatteradconstitution. Obi and young can take
them with advantage. Ilhporled and sold in the United
States only by JAS.. 8. BUTLER,
No: 427 Broadway , New lork.
i-Agent tor the United State&
P. f3.—A Box or the Pills, securely packed, wilt be
mailed to any address on receipt of prioe, whit& Is ONE
DOLLAR, post-paid—money refunded by . the . .agene if
entire satisfaction is not given. • iyl6-d&wain
DO 'YOU WISH. TO BE CURED:
DR. BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIPIC`PILIS mire, hi
less than 30 days, the worst ems of NERVOUSNESS,
Impotency, Ptomain'', Decay; Seminal Weaknekt Insan
ity, aucl all Urinary, Sexual and Nervous Alfootfons, no
matter - from wharcause prodder& Price, One Dollar per
'box . Sent, post-plid, by mall, on receipt of an order.
Sae Box wdi lierrect the core In most caeos. 'Address
JA BAS .BUTLER,
jylls,dtw3to . General Agent, 429 Broadway, N. Y.
Dearar.7— With your permission I wish to say to; the
reauers of your paper thatwill send, by retura mail, to
all who wish it (free,) a Fte6ipe, with full directions for
making and using a simple Vegetabie Balm, that will ef
fectually remora in ten days Pimples; Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of Ski; leaving the Sable
soft, Clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those having Bald Heads or Bare
Faces, simple directions and information that will enable
'them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
or p Moustache; in less than thirty days.
All applications answered by return malt without
charge: Respectfully yours,
THOS. .F. CHAPMAN, Chemist, ,
881 Broadway, New .York- •
PURE VEGETABLE TOPITC,
THE most healthy persons feel more or less
weak this extreme warm weather, and lose their ap
petite. They need a 'good strong Tonic—one that will
strengthen the nervous system and stomach. This they
can get at SO coots per botchy at - gre. L. Bali's, bro. 27,
South Pine street, Harrisburg. Orders from a distance
promptly attended to. . age.
Few are aware of the importance of ctienking a Cough
or “SLITIiT COLD" in its that stage; that which* the be
ginning would -yield to a mild remedy 12
, if neglected, soon
attacks the lungs . "Brown's Bronchial Trod' es” give
sure and almost - immediate relief Military Officers and
Soldiers should have them, as they can be carried iei tie
pocket and taken as occasion requires. auglo.6lwl.m
HAIR DIM! HAIR DY.WA
Batchelor's Celebrated' Hair Dye,
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
• •The only Harmless, True and Reliable Dye Knout.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfeot—cbsinges Red, Busty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Glossy Back or 'Natural Brown
without injuring tho Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hairmon and beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently
restoring its priStine color, and rectifies the ill effects of
bad Ds lll, Thlaina44ited , WlLlAß *am
. iiCshcald be
avoided. Sold: ell:.101001e; dta lraotptyl4l BAR-
GlarMli: Y. 1. • . 4."1 i• C ..
WORLOWS liii****rtifiWali lea HAIL
- - • • —. , . =
...!TENAVAtSktio*ink-kes6l4 • engine - and
tioiler, - StelMiifriea;- - wateritnekfartapannd hotter
complete ;.oscillating engine and cylinder boiler, manufac
tured by. Joel Weinman,. patent improved oscillating en
gine builder. May be seed at Canal shops, foot of Walnut
For tames, lac.; enquire at Canal office, Market street,
near United States Hotel.
Haaarasmin,'July 23, 1864 1y2114f
WE the undersigned offer for sale, a lot with
two houses erected thereon, in the borough of
I.)auphin, on the 3d of September, at 3 r. Terms to
suit purchasers. Sate to take place at tho house of C.
Rhodos. A St. B. GEIGER.
HORSE FOR SALE.
ASTYLISH BAY HORSE seven years old,
suitable for saddle br ban :teas, w 11 be sold ckkap for
wolf. of" use. Apply to r.ep7-d3tl. J , R EBY.
10t UTTER, BUTTER —Fresh butter
. ityder county received every win_ Also
eggs - at' (my 4) - NOTE& &ICULAPEIt.
TOSZroceirod, this morning, lificherier &,
ticayllo, #I29LIIPXI*IMS, Beef end Twos
- - "WWWifMl,4=
Fall .and Winter Trade
i. , CLOAKS,
' 1 CLOAKS !
____ AND MOURNING
a _---- SHAWLS I.
BALMORALS AND SCARFS!
TT 'Et S: FUI S
The Largest and Best
r a t t e ad stock in this city
New Cloak Store,
IN D. W. GROSS' ,NEW BLOCK,
- HAMBIBBITRG, PA..
Propaitgals for Flour.
OFFICE CHIEF COMMISSARY SUBSISTENCE,.
HARRISBURffR., SCptelllbt MI, 1864.
SEALED PROPOSALS, duplicate, will be
received by the undervigme 4 !,ml/ MONDAY, Sep
iembex 12, 1864, for furoishin.f. the U. S. Subrlstenee De
partment, delivered in IMF city, with
1000 BARRELS FRESH GROUND EXTRA.
Brands must bo stated ; both heads to be well lined.
Fiat-hooped and machine-made harre s will be rejected.
To be delivered at the rate of 109 b 'lire's per day, com
mencing within five days of acceptance of bid.
Samples must accompany every proposal. Each bid
mustcontain in It the guarantee of two responsible persors
for the hillillraent of the agreement, who will give bonds
In ease of failure th deliver the Flour, the United States
reserves the right to purchase elsewhere to make up the
deficiency, charging the advance price to the party falling
Proposals must not be enclosed with samples. but de
livered separate. Ad flour to be carefully inspected and.
compared. with retalued samples.
All bids must comply strictly with the ,terms. of this
advertisement. No proposals will be considered wh •n
either of the parties interested is amember of Congress,
agent, or employee of the Government, or is not knuwn to
be loyal to it.
'Blank forms: for, proPosals, containing. the form of
guarantee, may lie had on applicat en at this office.
Payment will be made in ouch funds as may be forward
ed by the United btates for the purpose.
Proposals must be accompanied by a printed copy of
this advertisement, indorsed, "Proposals for Floor," and
directed to BROWNELL GRANGER,
Captain and Chief Commissary Subsistence,
sep6•dtsepl2j • Department Susquehanna.
UARTERIAASTER GENERAL'S OF
' " ' FIRST Unman:, .1
WAsintiarow Cry, September 2, 1864. I
Will bo sold at Public auction. to the highest bidder, at
the time and places named below, viz :
York, Pa., Thursday, Sept. 16 1864.
;411toono, Pa., Tliniorday, Sept. 22, 1864. • •
Lebanon, Pa., Thursday, ,dept. 29, 1864.
TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES AT
Tbeoe Homes have been condemned as unfit for the
cavalry service of the army.
For road and farm purposes, many good bargains may
Horses sold singly. • .
TareteCash, in United States - currency.
JAIIES A. ERIN, •
Colonel First Division,
8°0480281 Quartermaster General's Moe.
Puovotrr. Messner2s Osman,
• 14ra MITE= ox PENNSTLVJUnd,
HANSISHOSG, September 3, 1864.
The following notice is published for the information of
all interested :
T()ITOLUN TErItS. • •
, voitit4ers walla luzlipted. and counted en the quotas
of the Present,call, up to the' listifiractiCal moment before
the drafted raelkare accept:cid and acid to" .the nmilezvous.
Townships aed;sub-districtsyntich have not filled their
qaotasike t urged to do so nt ,onect. .
All time that can possibly bo.given, will be allowed,
but the draft will commence as soon after the sth of Sep
tember as practicable.
Cresilits will be given, and Government bounty paid to
volunteers, ntil further orders,
By order of Capt. RICHARD 1. DODGE,
A. A. E. IL General
WILLLAX SCHEEFLE6, •
Captain - and A. A A. General.
JOHN KAY CLEM - ENT, ,
Cainain and Provost Hershel 14th District or Penna.
Harrisburg, August 31, 1864. sops -5
. Weekly .to Liverpool.
rretrlMEatsitt at QUEENSIOWN, (Cork Har-
A_ bor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool
New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are in
tended to mil as follows:
Edinburgh, Saturday, September 10 ; City of Wash
ington, baturday, September 17 ; C ty or Manchester. bat
urday, September 24, and every succeeding Saturday, at
Noon, from Pier 44, North River.
RATES OF PASSAGE,
PAYARLI IN UOLD, OR 111 RIZIOIVALINT IS DURREED3I%
FIRST CABIN • $BO 00 STEERAGE ...... .. $3O 00
do to London • 85 00 do to L0nd0n...... 84 00
do to Paris . 95 00 do to Faris 40 00
do to Hamburg... 90 00 do to Hamburg • 37 CO
Paasengers also fOrward to Havre, Bremen, Rotter
.dim, Antwerp, ke.., at equally low rates.
Fares from Ur:spool or. Queenstown: let . Cabin, $75,
$B5, $1.05. Steerage, $35. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets here at these rates.
For further information apply at the Company's Offices
JOAN G. DALE, Agent,ls Broadway, N. Y. or C. 0
KIHMERMAN. Harrisburg. (123-dly
STOLEN, on the Bth inst., from the livery
stable of the subscriber, in Harrisburg, a ROAN
MARE, 9 years old lb% hands high, small star on face,
black mane and tail; white mark on right hind pasture;
shows the white of. her eyes when working or moving her
head; always paces. when under the saddle: Also, a
BEGOT; painted black, striped white, letter S, on both
side peels, leather cushion and top. Also, a set. of
HARNESS. $4O reward will be paid for the rehire of the
Hare, Soggy and Harness, or for such information as will
lead to their-recovery', and the arrest of the thief.
aug9 dtf F. K. SWARTZ.
MED FRUITS OF EVERY DUMP
. SAUCES of all dieceletritedmanufaotureris.
o every description.
Also, BROWN STOAT, FINE TEAS, COFFEE, SCGAD
and SYRUP of all grades and price; and the best selected
stock outside of Philadelphia.
All goods guaranteed as represented.
Particular attention paid to all orders from a distance.
Goods carefully packed and delivered to all parts of the
city free of charge. • SHISLER & FRAZER,
rave successors to W. Deck, Jr., & n.
LIQUID lI,EMIET yields with milk the
most luscious of all deserts for the table; the light
est and most grateful.diet, for invalids and children.
Milk contains every element•of the bodily constitution;
when coagulated with rennet it is always light and easy of
digestion, and supporta the system with the Issist possible
excitement. When still greater nutritive povrdf is desired,
cream and sugar may be added. A teaspoonful converts
a quart of milk into a firm curd. Prepared eau sold.
wholesale and retail by S. A. StfNIERL,
Jels-tf 118 Market street.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS BY -
Philadelphia aid Reading Railroad.
is accordance with the k_provisions of the
New Internal Reveille Law, all goods clelivereclot the
ire railroad tor shipment must hwe a Two Cent
Stamp affixed to the receipt demanded therefor, said
stem tote at the =peen of the Weyer
For sh reemptsilakso by the above comptalY, add
stamps willbeiturnishcl4 and paid for by usotampaink
of hauling With wagons or Oasts
la- will be pr".i:tillt4ollo bI'IVOrBaNNEB,
XII SO* OtiPcal. Owl a" 014 " 4111
_LOAN- OF ' ,- -kSB Xp
August 30, 1864.
SEALED 01 1 '1!'i 11Syrill be reeeiyed at this
Department, under the act . cif lu rc h 3 ,
1863, until noon of FIiIDAY, the;'.oth of Sep
tember, 1864, for bonds of thellJnited States,
to the amount of about thirty Tone and a half
million - dollars, being- the ainonnt of unac
cepted offers undisposed of under the notice
of Proposals for Loan, dated 6th Jll2lO last.
The bonds will bear an annual interest of six
per centum, payabldcoin on
the first days of July and January °teach year,
and redeemable after the , 30th: of June, 1881.
Bach offer must be for fifty or one:hundred
dollars, or some multiple of onehundied dol
lars, and must state the sum, - including pre
mium, offered for each hudred , dollars in
in bonds, or for fifty, when the offer is for no
more than fifty. Two per cent. of the princi
pal, excluding premium, of the whole amount
offered must be deposited, as guaranty for
payment of subscription if accepted, with the
Treasurer of the United States at Washington,
or with the Assistant Treasurer at Nett York,
Boston, Philadelphia, or St. Louis, or with the
designated Depositary at Baltimore, Pittsburg,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, or
Buffalo; or with any National Banlzhig Associ
ation authorized to receive deposits which may
consent to transact the business without
charge. Duplicate certificates of deposit Will
be issued to depositors brthe officer or asso
ciation receiving them ; tivioriginzas of which
must be forwarded with the offers to the.,De
pertinent. All deposits .shatild be made in
time for advice of offers with certificates to
reach Washington not later than the miq ring
of September 9th, No offer not accompanied
by its pi:Ter certificate of deposit will be con
The " Coupon and Registered bonds issued
will be ,of the denominations of $5O, *lOO,
$5OO, and $l,OOO. Registered Bonds of $5,000
and $lO,OOO will also be issued if required.
All offers received will be opened on Friday,
the 9th ,September. The awards will be made
by the Secretary to, the highest offerers, and
notice of acceptance or declination will beim
mediately giyen to the - respective offerers;
and, in case of- acceptance, bonds of the de
scriptions and denominations preferred will
be sent to the subscribers at the cost of the
department, on final payment of instalments.
The original deposit of two per cent. will be
reckoned in the last instalment paid by suc
cessful offerors and will be immediately re
turned to those whose offers may not be ac
The amount of accepted offers must be de
posited with the Treasurer or other officer or
association authorized to act under this notice
on advice of acceptance of offer, or as follows:
One-third on or before the 14th ; one-third on
or before the 19th ; and the balance, includ
ing the premium and original two per cant.
deposit, on or before the 24th of September.
Interest on bonds will begin with the date of
deposit. Parties prefeiring may pay the ac
crued interest from date of bond, July 1, to
date of deposit in coin.
Offers under this notice shoidd be indorsed
" Offer for Loan," and addressed to the Secre
tary of the Treasury. The right to decline all
offers not considered advantageous is reserved
to the government
W. F. FESSENDEN, .
Secretary of the Treasury.
The Bends for this 'Loan am ready for im
mediate delivery. [sep2-tsep9
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
Valuable Real Estate
Oa Satuiday," &mptantho 17; 1864
WILLbe offered at public sale, on _the
preniises, the following valuable Tavern Stand
ZOQICS UNION' HOUSE,
(Now kept by A. B. Stone,) situated in Shepherdstown,
Cumberland county, ra,,, Along' the Slate road leading
from Gettysburg to Harrisburg, about eight miles south
west from Harraburg,.and, two and a half miles south of
The Landl.eionging to the above_ property dontains
acne., on winch is erected the HOTEL, a splendid brick
building, just now, sixty feet Bent. forty,etght feet deop,
and three stories high—the third story baring a very cons ,
modious hall, capable of seating 300 . persons. There are
enough rooms in the bnactin— to contain dna) , beds. On
tho top of the hotel is an * Observatory, commanding a
beautiful and extemico view of the surrounding cow try.
There is also a largo kitchen attached to the building'
an i a LARGE STORE-RuGht Under the same roof A
largo stable, suitable to the hou.e : a well of never-millng
wa.er near the door, a large cistern in the yard, smoke
house, hog-pen, and, every improvement that is necermry
to make it
One of the be Tay, rn. Stnridt in the County y !
/pr. Pets na wishing to examine said property before
the sale, can call on the subscriber, or A. B. Stone.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock' P. tc. Te , ma made
known by A. W. Z .OK.
A 0. BROUOILME, Auctioneer. [reps-dlwr*
LL be sold at public sale, on THURS
DAY, SEPTaMBER 15,,1864. at 2 o'clock r m.,14
Sr -nt's Hall, in the ci y of Harrisburg, the beautiful and
nesir able country sent of Christian f. Haehnlan, in Susque
hanna township, within a half mile of the limits of the
city of Err. rtsbarg,
amtaining about Thirty. five Axes,
(Inaludiaeabout 6% acres of Woodland,) acti °Ming lands
of the late Wm. Colder,*, andJosepti Rudy and others.
Tha iinprovernditi consist of a neat and comfortable
DWELLING, with several separate summer kitchens and
A. LARGE NEW BARN,
And other outburdings—the entire place in excellent con
dition with new fences The place is particularly well
stocked with the choicest varieties of pears, peaches, ap
ples cherries, grapes, &e., A. C. A small stream of water
running through the middle of the place
Conditions in sale made easy and accommodating.
Possession given April 1, IBM
Wanted Immediately I
A 000 D COOK, at the Restaurant under
Horr's Hotel. (sepB-tf
ABOY TO ATTEND A BAR. Apply a
the BANJO SALOON,
a. pBdet • Corner of Pine and Second streets.
A GOOD CHAMBERMAID—must be well
L 1 recommended. Inquire at
NW. PHILIP DOUGHERTY'S.
Wanted to Rent,
AHOUSE, with four or five rooms, for a
small family. Rent paid in advance up to Ist of
April neat, if required. Address GEORGE W., FRY,
sepB-d4VI Soldiers' Rest.
CARPENTERS, Cabinet Makers, Machin
lots and Moulders wanted, at the EAGLE WORKS.
aug2o dime] W.O..RD KoK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE IN TWO STILMT, AucrrE KULKET BMW.
zir Bounties, Pensions and Back Pay collected at legal
H. C. 0 T
kacker eif the Pizzo, Molocloon, Vtvlirs and
No- 15 1 TAAD.lipeay, mow Kamer-
- For Niue Or ligio*assii°
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W.F. P •
'AIEVOSQI / 1 4t•VAiww•L'r mtyl
I.4ifiv4 l lourr' OF
Soso% star Combination Company,
lionie's Star Combination Company,
Roaso's Star Combination Company,
N E V-
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 9th, DOA,
The performance Hill conueence with the Burietta,
TWO OF THE B'HOYO 1
To be followed by the COmedy of
THE IRISH DRAGOONA
The evening's eatertattiment will (=elude with
-For further partienlsze see programme
New National Theatre !
New National Theatre !
CDR. OF NORTH SECOND ♦ND WIDTH MS.
Sole Lessee and Massager, - E. BULAIIMigL,
Stage Massager, - - MARRY GILLEIrMT.
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 9, 1864,
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD!
noreEß scwa-Dow, Nr, - HARRY CAT.BEAT
SS" For farther particulars, tee programme.
PRICES OF •ADMIS-lON.—Parcinette, 60 cents; Gal
lery, 25 cents; Orcheetra Chaira, $1 00; Private Bakes,
$5 and $lO.
Doors open at 7%. Curtain rises at 8 o'clock:
Box Office open from 10 till 12 A. at., and from 2OD 4
P. a., when seats.can be reserved , without extra charge,
and kept until end of first act.
sir The Manager takes great pleasure in announcing
that he has effected en enLagement with the Beautiful
Who will shortly appear.
THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. Bth, :64,
THE DUEL IN THE SNOW 1 .
• This eves.
See bills of the de f y.
consists of the beet star pea -
18 formete, company
The managers takes pleasure in annonneing that; they
intend making thin THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS' e CO., Proprietor
Suer Pommy, Business Agent. auWd.
• WALNUT STREET, BELOW TEIBD.
Business Agent' •
Stage Manager..... ..
Leader of Oreheater..
OPEN every . night with a first-case com
pany of male and female Whites. The perform
ance embacea every wring ,. of legitimate amusement,
BiItREESQUffi, AND JEST&
A.dmission, 25 ceuta. Beats in private Ivrea w cents.
Doors open at 7. To commence at Sotiock. jylSdtr
RIVERS d►: niguicous)
ONE DAY ONLY
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1411% 1864.
firlg til l - RNITME AND ORIGINAL RE
AFt A. 13 Tx::Yu-Pm
RIVERS AND DERIOUS' CIRCUS,
Wilt perform together in the battle . 7a7iiron, Afternoon
These WONDERFUL CRIL.Plirc for ; ME DEeRET
(1.3 in number) are untrersal,y uomeatsi to be •
THE MOST A2ICONLSHING LEADERS!
MARVELOUS WONDERS 1
- PYRAMIDLSTS !
And are, undeniably, the
Among the Attractive Features In RIVERS Er, DERIOUS'
THE DELAVANTE BROTHERS.
BLONDEL THE YOUNGER.
Eddie Rivers, the Infantile Artist,
Clow", JOHN FOSTR,R,
JULIE LA. COSTE,
3I T LLIE• CARNOT,
LA. =UNE MARE
Leader of the Superb Band, Mr. FERRI,
Late Leader of Raster's Philadelphia zauavea.
Sir The ARAB THOM will appear in the Proceeric•
into town, in their Native Genuine, =hut in the
cent Dragon Chariot.
Admission, 50 ets ; Children, t 5 eta.
frHAT extensive and finely located HOTEL
STAND, at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and
boas street, Harrisburg. It is entirely new, and in the
midst of the most thriving portion of the city, and fronts
on both of the above n . imed streets. It contains sixty
spare rooms and all of the most improved meows hotel
appliancas—cooking-ranges, hot and cold water for baths.,
'the basement is large, commodious, and one of the best
in the city for a .Iteatagromt. For information, ddrtss or
apply t o 7- r.'s OLIVER EDWARDS., Agent.
Sept.lBol.-4ieriani2 for Gm G. SCXESL.
'VERY FINE, IiIiDIETELE
rPO our fine and extensive stock of Photo
-11 AJtaune and Photograph Card Pictures, we
have added a BEAUTIFUL ENVELOPE for the reception
of card pictures. They mast be seenand will be admired
sa-Photograpbers supplied at the very linveat whole
wde price, and their wire printed upon &calor $r
thousand, wholesale and retail. at
may% • IiONEFFER'S BOOKSTORis.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
subscriber Ceara for We a valuable
maE .raveru Stand, innate on the Lancaster turnpike, in
elaborate* 51_ Middletown, mandating of a large tau-story
Brick note, entoneivo: itatirrog *al all other necessary
Also, two atioining lota, having emoted on each a tan:
stem &ma dirtelluir.
Vorturtbw.parikaalani web , to tkoWO M I ZI the
Ibveramtsta. - - MEM
ILL'Maid Zeta Beer 614 M o tt "c n i a i ont
WNW) ilktialWati Oa)
J. H. DONNELL
. NED WRAY
....S. G. HIDLER
3fUSICAL FARO! t