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BMW EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1864
NATIOi' Al USION TICKET.
~ .. : FOR VICE PRIE4MENT.
Qsil, A. J. BEER, of Daupliin County,
[A*O to the dee/seen of the Dishiot Cbnferente •]
001. HC. ALLE HAN, Harrisburg.,
DANIRL KAISER, Wieonisoo:.
JOSIAH C. YOUNG, Harrisbtug
GEORGE MARKS, Union Deposit.
COUNTY - commtsiroasn,
HENRY HARTMAN, Washington,
• DIRECTOR OF TEE POOR,
PHILIP MOYER, Upper Paxton.
ALFRED SLENTZ, Harrisburg.
Gratitude to God for Victory Over Treason.
The recommendation of the President, that
to-morrow be observed as a day of thanksgiv
ing and praiskto Almighty God, for the sig
nal victories of Zur armies and navy, will, we
trust, elicit a proper and a fervent response:
Without a firm reliance in the approval and
assistance of the God of battles, our victories
will become fruitless of real good. The na
den, however noble" its cause and, just the
objects-of its struggles, which foigeta God,
cannot hope to triumph. In the fight for the
Union, there has not been mingled with our
ardent love of country, that beautiful reliance
in a Higher Power which leads as well, to
earthly glory asto future salvation. Hence - ,
niirott* Pie whole. people will meet to
morrow Aid renew, their covenant with the
Disposer of nations and the Ruler of worlds.
Let turnot only show our gratitude for past
benefits, but let us prove by our present se
tiorts7and. professions, that we are entitled .to'
future higher rewards. When the American
nation does this, it will have indeed become,
as we believe it is destined to be, God's
The Penal/V:l , unit" Slats Guard.
Some thirty or forty authorizations have
been issued to officers to recruit men for the
regiments to constitute the Pennsylvania
State (Gard—or rather to make np the first
five regiments which were to be immediately
called oat for service on the border. But in
the preeentcondition of the military affairs
of the Commonwealth, wheti the different
mtlikefir'ilisfeicts are striving to make up
their qtiotaxio avoid the draft, and when large
botnties.are behig offered, Id indace men to
*.sce U.S. service; it wwe to b 6
erpeeted that aa.....-euted be had to fill np regi
ments; tg be orgakkized by the State authori
ties. As soon as the impending draft has
been made, and the quotas deManded by the
War'Department hive been famished by the
varjOria,guli-districts, it is contemplated that
°parade= will commence for the speedy fill
ing:n.ol4 the first five regiments of the State
Geikied.' In the call of the Governor for these
traps, it is stated that unless they are raised
within thirty days of the requisition, a draft
will be made to secure the force required.
Under the present condition of affairs, it 1 8
not likely that this State draft will be en
forced, but the quota of troops secured by
veAtittiesiring. Such at least is the opinion of
—We understand from semi-official author
ity, that the camp for the organization, in
struction and discipline of the recruits for
the State Guard, will be located somewhere
west of the Susquehanna, perhaps in the vi
cinity of Carlisle. The object of this is to
avoid any possible conflict with- the opera
tions of the U. S. military authorities in the
camps-now located in the vicinity of Harris
burg, and to'bring the troops thus to be or
ganized immediately as near the field of their
duty as practicable. As these arrangements
are matured and carried into effect, we shall
keep our readers advised in full.
The Three Carllinal Pointy of the Chi
It is not difficult to understand the three
cardinal points sought to be established by the
traitors who nontinated McClellan at Chica
go. They can be briefly stated as follows: Ar
bitrary Arrests—Thy Draft --.Emancipation.
Bat in seeking to make these points, the lead•
era of the copperheads unwittingly fell into a
trap, as they aro all disposed of by their Pre
sidential nominee. McClellan, without con
suaatinn with his superiors, established the
first of these precedents in the arrest of the
Maryland Legislature. In 1861 he strenu
ously besought the President to fill the armies
by a draft ; and finally he insisted upon the
principle of seizing and using the negroes of
rebel enemies whenever and wherever they
could be found. Now,. however, to serve a
low party motive, McClellan ignores these
great meairores, and ettbscribes to doctrines
immediately underlying the heresies of trea
son. What people would confide a govern
meat Which was established niter many sacri
fices; and which is now being defended at
Feat cost of life, to such" an aspirant for
A not Pur.A—Somebody advertises in the
Wow York Herald that he wants to buy a small
dog for his big one to play with. Aim e d any
of the copperhead newspaper offices in New
URA or this State. could furnish the e d vel ,„
Surer with the . 1- pup" required.,
Tan KmA. John Wentworth is the Union
46648 for Oceitiess'frons-the Chicago
of Lliirupis, iff 'wag thi
imam 4/ 0 4 . ot to oss.-
Who Began the War.
:The men who are now urging that the Got
ernment should humble itself to the traitors
in arms, and sue for peace on any terms
which jeff. Davis & Co. may dictate, charie
that the Administration . of Abraham Linceln
began the war. The traitors in the North or
loyal States; who hate the men now represent
nig the national authority, have poisoned the
:Minds of a large ram of men in the free
withestates, the impression that the War is
'one of aggression, waged to exterminate a
portion of the people of
,the Union and
pushed, to every bloody extremity that the
triumph of Northern fanaticism may prevail
,over the -domestic-institutions: And States'
rights of therpeople of the South. •• By the
liberal use of suchatatements - the - Democratic
leaders have mattagedio distrait/people who,
if left to their own common sense ideas, would
be true to the thiveniment and its'cause.—
But in order to show 'Who did inaugurate the
war which has cost the Government so many
valuable lives and Wasted such incalonable
treasure, we submit the following historical
statement of facts:
December 30, 1860.—Capture of Fort Moul
trie and Castle Pinckey by the South Carolina
January 8, 1861.—Capture of Fort Pulaski
by the Savannah troops.
Jan. 8. —The United States Arsenal at
Mount Vernon, ALL; l,with 200,000 stand of
arms seized by the Alabama troops. '
Jan. 4. Fort Morgan in. Mobile Bay taken
by Alabama troops. •
Jan. 9. - The United States steamer star of
the Wst was fired into and driven off by the
rebel batteries on Morris Island when attempt
ing to furnish Fort Sumter with supplies.
Jan. 9. —Mississippi seceded ; vote of the
Convention, 85 and 36.
Jan. 10.— Fort Jackson, Fort Phillip and
Pike, near New Orleans, captured by the
Jan. 11.—Alabama seceded ; vote of Con
vention, 62 and 29.
Jan. 11.—Florida seceded.
Jan. 14.—Capture of Pensacola navy yard
and Fort Mcßae by Alabama troops.
fan. 18.—Surrender of Baton Rouge arse
nal to Louisiana troops.
Jan. 19. Georgia soceded ; vote of Con
vention, 203 to 81. •
Jan. 26. - Louisiana seceded ; vote of Con
vention, 113 to 19. New Orleans Mint and
Custom House taken.
Feb. 1. - Texas seceded ; vote of donven-
tion, 166 to 7. Subm t.ed to a vote of the
people February 23, and took effect 2d Of.
t Feb. 2. Seizure of Little ROA 'arsenal by
Feb. 4. Surrender of the'revenue cutter
as le to the Alabama authorities.
; Feb'. 5. The. Southern Congress met - at
Feb. 8. —The provisional constitution
adopted. . • ..
kw:). 9.- Jeff. Davis and Stephens
were elected President and Viue President oi
what they called the Southern Ponfederacy.
Feb. 17. Twiggs transferred. "the United
States proper y in texas to the reblci.
Feb. ltf. —Jeff. Davis was inatigurated
President of the conspirators.
March 2. The United States revenue cut
ter was seized by the rebels in Texas.
These events ad transpir d under a Demo
cratic Administration. The. Secretary of War,
during Buchanan's , Administration, abetted
the stealing of munitions -- of war: . then . in
the possession of the iloveinnient, - , and al
lowed the removal of immense amounts of mill-
lip property to looalitlo-_ would fall
4.,r0 txo winds 'of the .traitors. When John
B. Floyd had accomplished his work, he re
tired from Mr. Bnchiman's Cabinet, The
Secretary of the Navy, during the Buehanau
Administration, ordered 'every-ship of war on
distant cruises, with the deliberate under
standing that such war vessels would be ,-be
yond the use of tho.authorities when the trai
tors precipitated rebellion. When Mr. Toney
had accomplished his sharo of the villain
ous work, he resigned the navy portfolio.
All this infamous work wait accomplished tin
der a Democratic Administration, and yet the
wicked leaders of that party insist that the
free masses of the North provoked the war.
The same leaders now ask that the victorious
freemen of the loyal States, who have so
nobly defended the Union and the Govern
ment, should give up the fight, and on their
knees sue for peace. This is the record, and
we want the people to study it thoroughly.. •
A WAG or A POLITIMAN, rind who has in
variably, up to this time, supported Demo
cratic candidates, thus kilns up McClellan's
military and civil capacity. His martial
resources and sagacity he briefly states as fol
Watching a Jew map's Logs, shaped so as to
represent cannon, all winte: Rrefusing to follow,
up a defeated enemy, and deliver to him a death
Quarreling 'Leh older men and better soldiers
than himself, in order to exhibit hismere personal
distincti,n and authority.
And still briefer than even these est mates
of his military genius, is the reality of his
civil capacity, namely:,
Writing a 1 tier in favor of an avowed and
uncompromising secmsionist and traitor sympa
thizer for Governor of Pennsylvania.
Walt DON'T HE ?—ln the proceedings of the
Chicago Cpnvention, we read that, after the
nomination, a banner on which was painted a
portrait of General M'Clellanond bearing as a
motto, • 'lf I can't have command of my own
men, let me share their fate on the field of
battle," was run up behind the President's
platform. Well, when he lost the command
of his own mat, why did he not share their
fate on the field of battle? Nobody prove
him. But the truth is, that Pit'Clellan pre
ferred the association of the demagogues who
are plotting to betray the army try an armis
tioe, into the hands of the butchers of the
South. He has turned his back upon his old
companions-iu-arms,and allowed himself to be
used by a party which contends that a soldier
in the geld is entitled to none of the civil
rights of a citizen, and occupies a position
little above that of the slave.
Tim *onion OF VIE Cmcwo, PLaTroem.
It is , well understoOd ths , Y4lantligham
wrote the Chicago - plot:ram. Bat.:it islaot so
well Imo6,'that ; the testa' of that 4 iifanioue
w e re
The prestrotthe Wept, elm* iyuktau..l4o
-cu m tiati &Cie the: ihiapoitry. - It is, al
leged that Vallandigham has been and is yet
in correspondence with-Jeff Davis`;42it lie',
submitted a draft of Meager 0148i•in - tiS"
Jeff Davis for approval ; - that after amending?
it, so as to present its present shape, c e re n
turned the draft; and that the confeSsion of
iaith now endorsed:by M'Olellan and echoed:
by every semi-traitor in the land, is netkiiilg
more or less than Jeff Davis' idea of Democ,
racy. . .
The Peace Party.
The - Democratic leaders now are confessedly
the representatives 'of a peace policy, which
proposes to make every . sacrifice to stop the
war between the traitors who are battling to
destroy, and the people who are struggling to
preserve the Union and the Government. The
platform erected at Ohicage, recognizes this
policy of peace, and it is now declared by all
who blindly support McClellan, that his
triumph at the polls will produce results
which his efforts in the field could not estab
lish, namely, restore the land to peace., The.
rebels certainly depend upon the success of
M'Clellan at the polls to give them all that they
cannot get from the Administration 'now in
power ; and to show literally what the traitors
expect,we quote from the Bichmond Examiner :
"Save on our own terms, we can, accept'
no peace whatever, and must Right till dooms
day rather than yield one iota, to them"—
The North must yield all—the South noth-
Ang." "We shall make no peace till 'we are
in a position not only to demand and exact,
but also to enforce and collect treasures for our.
own reimbursement out of the wealthy cities
of the North. In other words, we shall make
no peace till we have destroyed and scattered
_their armies and naor.sw VP THEIR GOVERN
mENT. When we have .done that,' ve ought
not only to extort from the North our own
full terms, and ample acknowledgment of
their wrong, but also full indemnity for the
trouble and expense caused •to ..us by their.
crime." "Once more we say, it is rill or noth
ing. This Confederaoy or the Yankee nation,
one or the other must go dowp—down to per
dition. One or the other mast forfeit it na
tional existence, and lie at the mercy of ifs mortal
enemy." "As surely as We triumph, so ittiely
will we make the North pay our war debt,
though we wring it out ottheir- hearts:"
ESTRUCTION OF REBEL S'Aii WORK'S.
IW' AND GRIST 01111% 'DESTROYED.
Jeff Davis' Sugar Mill.,Bltiven lip.
WASHINGTON, Sept 10:
Capt. Thos. Green, comiliandink the Best
Gulf Blockading Squ adron, commumcatea'to
the .Navy Department the particuLars of 'tieve- .
rat saci:esstui boat expeditions frotu. fTieLLt S:
bark, J. L. Davis, Acting Master A : N. Grua.
weld, commandin on the station at Tampa
Bay. The first was made on the 11th of 'July;
and resultedin the destruction of soMp:salt
works belonging to strong secessionists.. of
I.sampit, Messis. Hazard & Carter . .
Tim second was made on the:l6th of July
to the factory of another_stroneCiefi.a- --- --idea
•;•••'' , /on-cly which- -w. ALIO destroyed. The
third expedition was made on the 2d, 3d and
9th of August, by the tender schooner Stone-
Wall attached to the bark Davis, and com
niaudeg by Acting Master Henry B. Carter,
with the gig's crew of six men, proceeding up
the Mambo river to the town • of_ the same
name, and a large grist and saw mill, with its.
steam engine and fixtures, was completely de
Learning here that .about three miles up
the iver was a sugar 'mill belonging to Jeft
Davis, th party ascended the river and found
an estalgisliment which made last year
over 150 hogsheads of sugar, of which th
two-thirds WAS sold to . the -rebel commitsary
department. After breaking as much of the
machinery .as "possible, loaded shell were
placed in various parts or the, engine, an d
the building was fired and soon totally de
The expedition, without loss of life or limb,
shOws a very commendable spirit on the`part.-
of the officers and men. The conduct - :of
Acting Master Carter is particularly spoken
of as highly creditable and pleasing.
From the Army of the Potomac.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF. TELE POTOMAC, t
The past two days hal& been ominously
quiet. Hours have passed without- a single
gun being heard. The enemy were , reported
massing on our left with - the intention' of at
tacking us if they fotindthe lines' penetrable,
but have evidently given up the enterprise,
which they would have found to be a costly
At the centre of the Line the... pickets have
been very friendly of late, but within a few
days strict orders have been given against in
tercourse. - -
A battery ou the Jerusalem road opened on
a working party of the rebels this afternoon
at about 5 o'clock, and quite an interchange
of iron compliments took place, but without
much harm to either party. 'The enemy sent
us a Whitworth shot yesterdaywc]gluag 13
pounds, beautifully pobsheidand steel pointed.
It landed in rather close proximity , to oin
quarters, and had traveled a distance of a
mile and three quarters.
The following dispatch appears in the Riot
mond .E , ga rer:
lim&uQuimmos Anarr OF TEM I.FasiNESSIA
Sept 6.—Gen. B. Bragg:—Shermext has con
tinued his retreat beyond Jonesboro.
(Signed,) .T. 1.8. HOOD, Maj. Gen.
The Charleston Mercury chronicles the loss
of the new blockade" running +steamer, Mary
Bowers, which ran on an obstruction near
Long Island, on Thursday week, proving a
total loss. The officers and crew were saved.
Sept. 10, 9 A. e.—A number of contrabands
came into our lines last night from Chester
county. They report that trains are running
on the Weldon railroad as tar as Stony creek,
where the supplies are loaded in wagons and
hauled to Petersburg via Diuwiddie Court
House. Between 500 and 600 wagons are en
gaged constantly in the bminess. They.also
state that all the corn in that country is being,
pressed by confederate officers, and fed to the
animals, leaving the farmers none for near
season, excepting just enough to justify them
in saying that they did not take all.A.
BlPCleUanls Nomination Repu
NEW Yor.s, Sept. 10.
The Daily 2fitaq, of this __city, repudiates
the nomination. of Gen.
dold Was quotaa s - AKirguirat *vie
butoziitelhelokionye4o4 4 4ltq 2r
WAsuncerox, Sept. 10.
A. sucossarrm scour.
, e .t, or Ludlow, with a detatchment of the
, E,i4l,thipihoisr - Cavelry, returned to Muddy
'Bran Ni y6sterilig, ',lifter z'a ' successfuli scout
thioligh LottilthiValley,:by way of Leesburg, .
havingprodOded as far up's . as , priidelivine.
i:44,35. 1 1,!.6f no force of the enemy ni Lou'
1 101Taltry; except Mosby's men. Major
LudloirbfOlight in four prisoners and nine
1 horses captured in Leesburg. These prison
' ers were rundoWn while attempting to escape,
and one of them was severelY injured by his .
horse falling upoi him.
FORDED DRAFTS IN 01RC111.4. - TION
Forged drafts, purporting to be signed. by
Hon. James Harlan,. Aeasurer of the Union
Congresaibiral COininittee, are being presented
to Postmasters in the West by some swindler,
who claims to be duly authorized to collect
for the comfaittee. ffo draft has been drawn
on any,POstonaster, and no agent emploYed to
collect from them by Senator Harlan.
NO NATAL ENLISTMENTS
_ . FOE 7.FSSTIiAN TWO
The Navy Department,to-day issued orders
hat site r the 10th inst. no person shall be en
isted in the naval service for a less period
han two 3rears.
OEN. GRANTS NEW NA.ll.lioil3
Passengers from. City Point say the work on
the railroad to - the point occupied by our
troops on the Weldon railroad is being rapidly
pushed forward, and it is expected that the
road will be in running order on Sunday next.
Later From New Orleans
Naw Yong, Sept.,lo.,
Advices from Now Orleans to the 3d , itist.,
have been received by the arrival - Of theErveri
Thappears that our forces occupied Clinton
only two days and two flights. The rebels
had made a - demonstration .on, Berwick city,
but accomplished nothing: They are reported
to be preparing a formidable expedition to at
tack Brashear city, or some other point.
Gen. Banks will come north probably on
the steamer of the 15th.
The captured rebel gunboat Selma and ram
Tennessee attract much attention in the port
The steamer Creole, on her last trip to-New
Orleans, was • chased by a pirate. A letter
from Fort Gaines of the
. 2d, states that Gen.
Granger has not yet returned from New Or
leans, and there will be no military operations
until he does. In the, meantime preparations
for work are going on.
Markets by Telegraph.
PHILApEIMHIA, Sept. 10
The decline in price of gold has materially
unsettled the markets, and breadstuffs are
decidedly dull, and in the advance of sales of
flour of any importance, we quote nominally
'at $ll for superfine, which is scarce; $ll 50®
11 75 for extra; and $12@13 for extra family,
and fancy b ands ; rye flour and corn meal
unchanged. Wheat is dull at $148(1 54 for
old; $2 58®2 60 for new, $2 80@2 90 for white.
Barley and malt scarce. There is nothing
doin g in bark, which is unchanged. Provi
sions firm but quiet ; sale of bagged'hams
made at 241:c, and salt shoulders at 180.
Petrolum dull and lower ; crude 48@50. re
fined in bond 80@82, free 87090. Bensine
scarce at 45®50. Residum taken at slo®
50.• WhiskY quiet; at $1 85®1 87 for refilled
and western bbls.
NEW Yos.s.,. Sept. 10.
Flour dull; kties of 6,500 bbls at $9 soaio
15 for State; $ll 95a13 for Ohio, and ®l4
for Southern. Wheat declined 30,4 c; safes
unimportant.' Voru nnsettled;'l9,ooo bushels
sold at $1 614. Beef doll. 'Fork
-17 dull. Receipts °flour. 95.000 bbls- Wheat
w>ooo - - _Dora. 50,000 ditto. •
Bar natant; Sept: ;10.
Wheat has a declining tendency, caused by
decline in gold. . Cala firm for white, which
is scarce; yellow heavy. Flour very dull—
decline 12/. Whisky - dull and nominal at
185. Provisions steady; 1,500 bbls. mess
pork taken by the Government at t 47 53®
54.8 25; 750 tierces sugar cured hams at
524 40@24 73; 100 hhds. sides uncovered at
$23 40423 42.
New York Stock Markets.
NEW Your., Sept. 10.
Chicago and Rock Island 108 i; Cumberland
preferred, Central, 128; Michigan
Southern, 82i; Michigan guaranteed,l4s; New
York Central, 128; Pennsylvania coal, 95;
Reading 1314; Hudson river 119; Canton Co.
34; Erie, 1074; One year certificates, 94; Trea
sury 7 3.10, 112; 10-40, 97; Coupon 6's, 109.
On the Bth inst., of consumption, Mrs. HESTER Fun-
SUN, aged 49 yeira, 3 months and 28 days.
The friends and relatives are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral, to take place on Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock, from her late residence, third door above Fox
tavern, on S, cond streot.
NEW ADVERTISEM ENTS.
• P.FtIV ATE SALE.
rilißE,undersigned - offers for sa'e a ITOITSE
and LOT, situated on Front street, above Vine In
quire of Depin.dlw*] JOHN A. TRULLINGEH.
New and Good Sheet Mask.
“ I am Leaving Thee, my Motile , ' Dear,”
"Tolima of my Darling Boy "—mother's reply to "Just
before the battle "
Blue•Ey• d Jennie,"
" Uncle Sam's Funeral ".
aftcr the Rattle."'
Ana many others, Just received at MUSVAL HEAD
QUARTERS, WARD'S, Third street,
Direct and sole agent for all publications of DIM'S &
Steam Engine. and Machine Shop,
:MTH ST., BETWEEN WALNUT AND MARKET
(J c„ldoltz's Old Stand.)
THE undersigned having taken the above
Shop, respectfully s .liclts a share of the pub:io pa
Part ruler attention will be paid to repa'ring of Steam
Engines, and all kinds of machinery. All work will re•
ceive my personal attention, and eatiefaction guaranteed
QUARTERMABZXR. anIiiiRATAS 01 , 710 E,
W.VELNOTON Crri, September 18, 1861.)
WILL be sold at priblie• auction, 'to th.
vv hipbeirt, bidder. et Giesboro, D. C., on TIMM-
D I", September. 16. 1864, .
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY CAVALRY
• HORSES. - •
These Horses have been Condemned as milt for the
Cavalry service of the Army, •
For road and farming , purposes many gcod bargains
ma. be bad.
Horses sold singly.- Sale to mum:Conte at 10 o'clock
Tw.sMS: (ASH in United States Currency..
By order of the QUEIMITIIIIIE!,er Ge
reelo4ti - Colonel in charge F ovt Divkion Q, H. G. 0.
A'POINTER PEP— liver -eolOred ; point of
tea. white: - Hai ot a leather col gr.. The Seder
mil be anttebly'rewsidAd by returning him to
• J OWENS
Nortklktme , ts.o9Ve ngrd.
TllS'rfil§iiivA Alija morning; Michener it
439.,zolgtmickikkaame, Bee end To at
• • • *MUM &
ILI DV:01 IPA 51 N ii tz.J ma I
Fever and Ague!
HAVING now on hand a large supply of
my SPIRITUAL PILLS—ct artein Care fbr eat
'ner and Arae—l offer tbem to the public eltuer wholesale
or retail. 'Nay are perfectly simple and astfe--ftee from
poison. and will in 011 mos effect a cure, or the money
rotunda • •
My GOLDEN ELECTRIC OlL—a certain and effective
Cure for Diptheria, Sore Throat eh. Ron musty recluse
lives zight have been saved hrthieuse of inyIiCLNOTRIO
OIL. I will guanntee id care the worst cases of Mothe
rs'. THE GREATEST FAMILY MEDICINE IN TELE
WORLD I The Poor cured without charge.
Fntroas noticing the Golden Oil, I wit send than
a bottle fre- by express. W -BARR,
Next door to Mist National Bank, Earriaburg.
THE undersigned offers for sale his interest
in the LIVEKY and SALE STABLE, corner of Pine
and Sec , nd streets. For particulars, enquire of
eepB-(3l] S. S. DAVIS, at the Stable.
A WELL-BRED BAY HORSE
Hat speed: kin/ in Ititrtus - without-hitching,
fearless, and` a line saddle antient.
A SHIFTING-TOP LIGHT WAGON, by one of,thebest east
ern makers ; used but ashen time. Weight 290 Itts com
plete. Inquire at. Tser-Sit] THI-t OFFICE.
ASSFASDIENT OF DAJILdi.OBS.
DIIRSUANT to an order of the Court of
Quarter cessions of Dauphin ciatin'y; notice is here
by given to het ornmissioners of raid county. and to the
property-holders along ti e line of Proat street, from Pas
ion street to Hanna street in the rlity.of Harrisburg, that
upon the peti ion of the President of Council of said city.
the Court has appointed six viewers tea-sass the damages
caused b' the opening of said street, and that they will
proceed to asress said ilamages on 7 CIESDA Y, September
20th next, at 10 o'clock, a. u, at which time all parties
interested may appear upon the.-ground if their ink
proper. JOHN W. BatiWN, City kolicitor.
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OF
WASHINGTON City, August 81,1884,
HORSES ! ,H ORSES ! HORSES !
' Horses suitatie for Cavalry and Artillery setvh•e will be
purchased at Giesbord Depot, oped market s till uotaber
Horses will be dPlivilied. to Captain Is Lowry Moore A.
Q. M., and be subjected to the usual Government inspec
dell before being a; cepted
Price of Cavalry. Horses, $175 mirk.
?rice of Art/ lery Hawes, $lBO each.
PaFment will be made for six (6J and more.
JAMES A. ERIN,
Colonel First Division,
Quartermaster General's Moe._
EXTERMIN . RS.
"COSTAR'S" FxrEithux RS
EXTER , .LNA RS.
, "COSTAR'S;' EXTEILMINATOrai
"COSTARS , " EXTERmINATORS.
rETTERS TESTA.BIENTABY on the estate
AA or Joun ektger, Esq., of the et y of liantateirg,
c.unty, having been grmted to Me un
devalued, name Meted* is Hereby g.ven All ',mews
tutve.g Chtitiui or cleisMods egainet the estate of the said
de Went are requested t. make 6:ll4oArt the came without
delay, and those who a a indented to 'said oblate are re
quested to make ittuneolate payment
augli-do at L. I .GRAM, kxecutrix.
EXTERMINATO4 A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
FOR RATS. RICA ROACHES,-ANTS RED-BUDS
FLEAS, MOTlis IN kURS, W(/0141 1 44, INSECT'S
ON PLAMS, FOWLS, etc.
"15 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from. Poisonm."
"Not dangerous w tree Rumen Tam Lip.
"Rata come out of their holes to die."
,tom-Sold by all Druggiatneverywhere.
awl t Etswourn I I of all worthless Imltatiortl
*r" Costar's Depot, No. 482 Bioadway, N. Y.
girSold by D. W. GAUSS ft CO.,
Wholesale and ret.il age, ta,
And by all Druggists in Harrisburg, Pa. rielananam
NEW - PITILA DELPHLA.
C L 0 A ME T 0 E E,
IN D. W. GROSS" NNW BLOM,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS A IiND C IRO II L LES
FIN SPRING SHAWLS.
Will ;nem eo the let of April Onar2l--dly
- Photograph Albums.
THE largest and cheapest variety of PH(
TOGRAPH AI,BICG/B in the city are constantly ke
et lmart2l VERGHER'S caw BOOKSTORE
VERY FINE, INDEED!
TO our tine and extensive stock of Photo
graph" Minims and Photograph Card Pictures, we
have added a BEAUTIFUL ENVELOPE for the reception
of card pictures They mast be seen and will be admired
,pr -Photographers supplied at the very lowest whole
sale price; and their curd printed upon themfor $1
thousand, wholean!e and retail. at
may 24 WHETTER'S 1300E517'0n
ITALNIITS, CREAMNUTS, FILBERTS For sale wholesale at
SHISLER & FRAZEE,
my 6 successors to. W. Dock, Jr, & Co
MIL S. A. Ktrfaver.
Sir take pleasure irt staling•that your "DIARREKKA
MIX IRE" exceeds anything of the Lind th‘t I ever
Imagined. I was very much troubled with dlarrheea, and
could find nothing to help me in the least, until I took
1 give you this certificate. hoplog that, if you see proper
to use it, it may be the means of extending a knowledge
of the matehlem value of your medicine.
Very resp-etfirly yours, H. R. JEFFRIES.
Iraliei3 Timber, Cambria Co , Aug. 27, 1864 —fauBo4liif
ATEN-HOESE power steam engine and
boiler, steam pipes, water pipes, pumps and hater
complete; oscillating engine and cylmder boiler, mansfae
Lured by Joel Weinman, patent improved oscillating en
gine builder. May be seen at Canal abopti, foot of Walnut
For terms, tic., enquire at Canal office, Market street,
near United States Hotel.
HAumentotro. Jnlr 23 1564
UtYrl'Eß, BUTTER.i—Freeh roll butter
lj from Snyder county received every week. Also
eats at Iray4l BOYER & KOERPER„
TZAR% BEEF AND TONGUES—a fresh
LI Invoice at (mill SHLSLAR at FRAZER'S.
C HEESE—Choice naw crop Cheese, jus
received at 81118Lait & FRAZER,ad7 Beeeeteetra to W. Dock, Jr.. & CoG
SPICED OYSTERS.—Extra fine Baltimore
Oysters, sploe4, pat reoetvad at
19 16 ' ROYER & ROMPER.
LOTS for sale on - the corner of Third and
Broad envois., Reoiaire of Inf. Q MCFADDEN
STONFB!sat E D AB S . 'kelt GRIND-
MESS BRAD:—Fine liaise Skied of the sea
m; In half bunts *Ad =ld received st,
' 27aAARAR0e. to W
L Onnk Jr. . . k l`rt
VIM Fit3B, New Na 1 sued 2
/I m barre4b4dt
.13 - 41311iit ' — Oll l ll BoTikaf-AW
NEW - ADVERTISEMENTS.
A TIDITOkt,'S NOTIOE.
The undersigned Auditor, appoint-d by the GrAisme
Court of Dauphin county to wake dlstribetion or the
balance in the haedm of Hen , y Gingtien, Executor of the
last will and teztanent of John Gingrich, dec dined, among
the heirS of said deceased, wia attend to hit dales as
said Auditor, on Thursday, the 226 day of September
1864, at his office in Harrhbu• g, at ten o'clock, e sr , of
said day, when and wuere ail parties interested are noti
fied to appear. J. W. SIMONTON,
Sept 5, 1861.—d 'aw3w Attaitor.
Tne undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county to make distribution among
creditors of the balance in the hands of Damel liet.ar,
administrator of the estato of Marks D. Wilma°, late of
Wicoulsco township, deceased, will attend to the ditties
of Bald apptdntment on Friday, the 234 day of Stptem
ber, 1864, at 2 o'clock, P. Id of said day, when and where
all panks interested are notified to attend.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Cou t of Dauphin county to make distr button among .
creditors of ale balance in tlft hind; of Slifer, AA-'
mini, of John Ott Ilockafe low, late of the city ti
Harrisburg, deceased, will att nd to the duties of said ap
pointment at h s office in Harrisburg. on Soturi.ay, the
24111 day of Septhmba, 1864, at 10 o'clock, A. M., when
and where all parties Interested ate notitle I to a , tend.
J. W. SIMONTON, Auditor.
• CHEILIATEIL Olt •1.4 i CORPORATION.
NOTICE is given that application for the
litteorpora iou of the '‘ First F ea Baptist Chun h of
a' risbu g ' Ilas be a made to the Court t Common
Pleas of Dauphin county, and flied in the office, 1' the tro•
Monetary, and that a Charter will be grared at the next
regulir torm of raid C..ttrt, unless cause be shown to the
cont , ary. By order cf the Coin t.
sep2-datoawl J. C. YOUNG, Protheael
CHARTER OF INCORPORATION.
NOTICE is given that application for the
Incorparation of the -' Calvary Freewill Bainrt
churon of Harrisburg, ea.,' has been made to the Court (.4'
Crinmun Pleas of Dauphin county, and filed .tr the oatee
of we twitooo.ary, and that a uhrrrter will be gram ti at
the next regular te. or of toe said Court, magas catr. be
shown to the contrary. By order of the Court.
a4.02-03toawi . .1. 1.. YuU-G, Proth.rmotary.
TN pursuance of an Order of the Orphans'
.j„, Court of Dauphin county, will be os, clerk to sate, on
4.4I.TUI€DAT, Me 24th day tbf September, at the court
*MOO is the city of Harrisburg, the following mat mute
A VALUABLE BUILDiNG LO P,
Situate in the city of Harrisburg, fronting twenty-one
feet eight inohes on • hie. street, extending WOK on tt•Wi
kel alley and hundred and thirty feet, and adjoining lot of
lhls property is situated about one half square above
North street, add is one of the most desirable buildlnglots
in tho city. Late the estate of David G. may, deceased.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock r. a. of said day, when
attendance will' lie given. and conditions of saw wade
known, by DANIEL G. MAY,
Administrator er said deceased.
JNia. Itraor.sair, Clerk ir. . G.
Harrisburg, :rept. 2, 1.88 Isep2-dormatv
LETTERS TESTIOIF NTAB.Y on the estate
or Jahn Aden, deeid, late of Susquehat.n. townehif,
ok.ephiu oounty. Younsylvania, having been grantee to
the undeaigned, nuticc the, tot .s he eby All 1 er
hulls Hating claims of demands aga.nst toe estate of the
said decedent ate requested to make known the Same
withou, delay, and these who are tudetned to mi.. muse
are requested to maim immediate pay.. eat.
St.4 - 44-doWaet.* ,Tail, Administrator
Loo Audi or apnolntoi by the orphans' Court of Dauphin
wonky w dlstnoute the [penance remaining in the Lands
of Abr ham Gruott, r übtoe to a... 11 the /tear estate in racy
Mora, late of Live. poo , Perry county, dee,otted, wilt eft
for that purpose at his office in the CAY
THLaaDA r, Me 29th aay ctrrePithattr. 1,864, lo•
o a', at %TM n. Lim, a..d mace k arthe intetetifed
are hereby notified to be p esent.
Wt.r..LLA.M. MITCHELL, Auditor.
NT/LE E'V DAD/1A.0E6-N 01 ICE
TT is ordered by the Court th t all persons
bev.ng claims by Tienor othernize, anent% any of
&Lao SUM Looney' a-eesaol as aonag.ea dome by opeang
the Waste in the city of narrinbur„ or having adverse
jade .0 the property tajureo, =Lae .ho same kaolin by
petition L.r uthzielee to wo Cowt of Qua ter nem:teas on
or before the Jim thy of neat term, et %hien time the
money, when the aabeSSlLleut is othe.wi,e legal, will be
fiorooktt owe verde. named in the r,port owners of
tee property. A also, that all ,xcaputoststd the r port
o f t h e flied oa or tn.ore the Ilfzh, day et ro..o..in
ber neat. kly ceaeir of the Court. -
seym-d'Ulsta4wi J C. YOUNG, Clerk.
Broivn 7 s Baby Tender.
AVERTICAL AND NGISELEsS SPRING
CRADLE— caavertea Imo a
443.141:1111•Elt„ BABY-Huicgg, BABY-WALKER,
021'0 'eta WI
Thu whole designed to telieve Motaers, comfort and amuse
obvi to the evils of tuctzmg tuem. 55.1 save the
expense of a Nurse. Its motto's is pe. feet y beat by and
tilattraunbt. en i.O *2O to $35. send f.r it ustriaact area-
BktuVlitii & CU., 433 Br al:lm.y, /S. Y.
sir An enterprising Age.lit Wanted tor ttierrisbuxg.
WHO PAYS FOR STAMPS ON RECEIPTS !
PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD COXPANT,
OFFICX :La7 cOUTH c OCK.EI OMEST,
anADEL.Piae, 91.12 1E64
JOSEPH T. LEWIS, E. U. Y Commissioner Interred
*eve.ue, Washington, U, C.:
bra SLatt, wmca party must pry for the U. S.
Stamp? The one who receives Lim money, being alle ,
maker of the receipt, or the par y paying the mural ?
ti nark FORD, Treasurer.
TREASURY DEPARTIMIT. OFFICE OF LYTERNAL RUSSET,
Sot :—Yours of the 9ttati.t. is rtceived. Tu. qamOon
RS to Into ihodl pay the duty req,ormi ou receipts on any
sums of money excecning *2O, io dereo ut oh the cir
enmetances aurnumg toe epee.
Ordiva i y at !aw no person is bound to aim a receipt for
money "mut the teetno. is en itutn.u.Lont of trmautto
'Janina only to the p r.ou to %snow it is gi.en. If Loam&
Tes•ipt. it is necessary for him to turnirA the stamp ar
to stamp tee receipt, dr. qa ee, bt tote it is 5ig....41 The
who no.olve. the u.c4.ey i, not uutig.(l give a
remtp , unless the oiler party .urliiskteo the proper stamp.
Ii apa sun givee a mtelpt without tequi kg that ute
party to allow It le given shall turubsti tue Stamp, the
u.eker o the teceipt mitt Lim - sell Stamp the paper be
fo.ts he delvers t 6 If he !age to St nip it btoe he de
livens it, he is liable to We penalty provided. by law [or
we omission, but the other patty may Stamp it Mame&
ately upon Its beteg fecal,. ed.
Judk.Pii J. LEWIS, Commi=sioner.
S. BRiD7OItD, Esq., Pluladeivbla. [aug3l-d2w-w4t
Notice to Bridge Builders io
EM undersigned, Uummissioners of Dau
phin county, rean4 , virri a, will receive Sealed Yro
1162,,a tip to sopieunier toe 21.dt, (Wednesday,) at iwo
o'ciuckr. 31., fur Intimluig, se. enutelpultig alga rungatitog
all we neuter* fur a uew-ro feu Tnriage acroea
dtrons cr In JaCirJam Lux WALLA said county, east of
lialifa.s, at we Bile reierrod to by we late *perk. of the
Grand hatueat of the court y, some.% hew south, or nearly
Se, of Flatierevi.le. !SBA bridge to be ion> , led span, on
the Buir lop Jtieb plan, sou ,o id high ais wain the
din bridge (now euuidnag) Ia ; north _ids wing wens to to
loartecn ieet Lung, an. muse of the eunth nide ten 'trot
toug prop:woo to no endorsed on we sob:Mumma
winch way tie had at the Wilco of the libun.p Gontinte ,
dui/eras at Barna tag, on ap, lication by letter or outer
wide. Letting to be on said day and to the lowed re ,
eponsible bawler. hE.NSY RAKTeL&N,
JAMB J. itoLLYbireli,
ittlitlaßT W. ht
FE FAMILY FLOUR,. —SHISLER
SUMER have made arrangements with one of the
be =Me in the Country to flnpply tue families of Haat
burg with choice FLOUR. Every barrel warranted, and
delivered to may part of the city free of charge. •
• !MISLED & FiLMER,;" •
Dealers In Fine Family Ehocerhn, opposite the Conn
Rouse. . • shin-.
NEW SUPPLY of FRESit 13X051, 4
HAMA Jos received tat monerte, 4# 6
to W. Ref. A.Ak.O:_
SALIaC)X-F*o WA Salmon, at.
• .",jugo --
J. W. SIMON'TON,