Pennsylvania telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1864-1864, September 12, 1864, Image 1

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    TELEGRU'R
BS RIIIIIABEED '
MORNING AND NVIOTENG,
Y GEORGE BERGNER.
OFFICE TIIIED ST., NEAR - WALNUT.
SERITS.OF SUBSCRIPTION.
&NOIR SEG3SCRLPTIZE.
. . .
'Duals= Tatinnatnt Is served to subscribers in the
city at 22 cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $6 00 Di advanoe. Those persons who neglect to
pay in advance will be charged $7 00.
' . .WKLY TELEGRAPH.
Us Tama - IW* Is also published weekly, and ta 'Wakened
subscribers at the following cash rates
Single copies, weekly
Three copies to ono Post OtHoe.
Ten (mina to one Post Office
NE , W AD VER TISEMENTS.
PUBLIC SALE
UNCL AIMED GOODS,
REILALMO IN THE WAREHOUSE
of the
BED & ROPE EXPRESS COMPANY
TE articles described in the following
schedule, having been consigned to the Howard at.
Hope Express Company, and the consignees, a ter due
and legal notice, n t having taken them away, nor paid
the cote and expens• s of carriage, will be exposed to
public sale or outcry at the Market House, on SATURDAY,
REPTe:MtIER 24 1884. Toe sale to comm.:mei:AS o'clock
in the forenoon'of said. day :
1 box, Capt Jos Hutchinson 1 bdle, no name
1 box, El Ma elock 1 page, JobnSbullhouse
1 box, Peter Henshaw 1 • ox, Elizabeth Wigiluaing
1 box, M Coughlin 1 box, Mr S It T Brady
1 c bag, Geo L Kridor 1 bottle, Chas Bucher
1 pkge, Catn M'Carty 1 box, Trios J Tomer
I wile, cost and boot att 1 box,'Clins Bebekeheiser
no memo l 1 box, 48 W Mapes
1 lot pipe, A L Battles 1 pkge, M L McDonald
1 box, no name 1 pkgo, Geo T Barkhart
1 box, El G Wolf 1 box, Chas Taylor
1 box, Capt IV Harland 1 trunk, J W
1 box, Gut. B Daily 1 trunk, R 0 Bally
1 pkg, R F Leisenring 1 box, ED Fite
1 box, 3 P K. hler 1 box, Wm Drehel
1 box, 4 P alike I box, Peter J Warts
1 box, F N Mutton 1 pkgo, J Vogle
1c bag, W H H Po•ter 1 pkge, J Yoming
1 bale, Henry Lander 1 pkge, Lieut W B Boyer
1 cast, R Pittock 1 page, Win Norris
1 pkge, Geo H Russell 1 Pi‘ge, W S King
1 pkge, Geo Voght 1 plsge, George Betchtro
1 box, 8 Roaencrantz I pko, Bohn A Danuich
1 box, Capt Lat Bummell 1 tox, Patrick Flanigan
1 box, Id A Stevenson 1 bottle, Jane Schuler
1 pkge, Wm R Moser 1 pkge, no name
1 page, c o d, J F Ebersole 1 wheel, Capt Dodge
1 box, A F Pennopacker 1 box, no name
1 box, Leah Lees 1 p box, Isaac Herringor
3 boxes, G P Hardwick 1 box, no name
1 box Capt J Kelm 1 pkge, B Anthony
1 box, J. siah K Brown 1 pkgo, J A Nixon
1 box, Riau. I , Crisman 1 box, Wm L Ea le
1 box, Jos Burgga 1 born, John Newcome
1 b •x, J E Spalding 1 box Of, f apt J J Johnson
1 box, told J 1 •etwder 1 page, David Pepper
1 box,A LBryunt 1 do WinCarlisle
i non
John W Hocking 1 do Elber McMiner
1 box, Mary Radabaugh Ido Mut S C Jones
1 peg oil cloth , no mans 1 do ',falba Ruler
1 pkge, w D Jack 1 do. Aaron schfoks
1 koap anti 11 att, M Keely 1 do Jam s Frooborn
1 pkge, Wm P Patterson I. do Adam' lffulanger
1 pk g o, Joann De Boor 1 do no name
1 o bag, no name 1. do Old Mayer
Ip , g , .Lieut K B Bally Ido 'Moo Youperherat
I c bag, Eu D Conrad 1 do John 13 Beryhtll
1 c bag. Japt P o Willa Ido Henry Slichl
1 coat, no name 1 do John Blemish°
1 bdle, loco Hight
The above articles will be exposed to public Sale, as
aforesaid, according to the prove ions of the d at section
of the act of Assembly of the Lommmonweaitti of Penn,
Sylvania, appr vtd the 16th day of March, A. n. 1858 ;
with a / ihe req moments of which the ilo wile and Rope
Expr ss Company have in all respects complied, The act
of As is es follows :
'Commission merchants and factors, and all common
carrie 2, or other pars, ns having a lieu upon-goods, wares
and merchandise, for or on account of the cams and ex
panses of carriage or storage, or any other charge arising
iroin the transportation, keeping, or storage of such pro
perty, In case toe owners or consign, s shalt not, pay or dis.
charge tun amount deo for such cost, expense, carriage,
storage, or oti claurFes tiereinb.etbre named, may after
the aspiration °Anima., days from Paniaowes hereinafter
pro ided, proceed to aeil toe acme, or' SO much thereoT as
may be necessary to discidarg.isaid tion, at pubic auction:
Provided, That notice of sale sn it be give , as required
for sheriff's sates of personal property, and that thirty
days' notice of said lien b given to thu owner or convigdee
of the pr .party, if they cannot be so found, that the same
shall - be advertised weekly in some neerepaper published
in the proper city nr county to which the goods, war a
or merctmoi ise have been cdnsigned, for four concern
Sive weeks before the sale, the residue of money arising
from such leak', alter deducting costs of trahapurtetion,
charges and storage, ad remising, and sale, lo be held sub
ject to tile order of the owner or owners of such property..
GEO, BERGNER, Agent
ang2l-dts] Roward and Bops Express Company
Northern Central Hallway.
ÜBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
P
FREIGiiT and BAGGAGE.describod In the follow
ing list remains unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company, at Harrisburg. Con
signees are hereby notified to come forward, pay charges,
and take their property away, or the same will be sold
according to law. J. N. DLT BARRY, Gen't Supt.
GENZBAL SUPERINTENDENT'S Orrior.,
Avatar 16, 1864. •
No 1, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 146, ass
black trunk
No 2, Elmira and Harrisburg check
. 20, one box, Lieut
A Miller, Harrisburg
No 3, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 20, one box
No 4 no check, one box, J Barran, Lockport, Niagara
Go, N
No 6, no check, one box, Lieut A Scott, Harrisburg
No 6. no check, one box, no marks
No 7, no check, one box, Jacob Wcaver„Pittsburg-
No 8, no check, one box, Reuben .Farringer, Catta-
Casa
No 9, no check, fair loather trunk, do
No 10, no check, one box, Capt Plailltos, Harrisburg
No il, no check, black trunk, S S J; et Joseph's acade
my, Phila
No 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
No 18, no check, fair leather trunk, Capt Lyman, Har
risburg
- No 14, no check, black leather trunk, no marks
No 15, no check, black leati.er trunk. no marks
No 16, SO check, one box, Jno McGee, Harrisburg
No 17, no check, one box, Geo L Stephens, Harrisburg
No 18, no check, one box, Newport station, P It It
No 19, no check, one box, Daniel Robison, Philadelphia
No 20, no check, black trunk, Jno Gemmel, Lewis
town, Pa
No 21, Danville and Harrisburg check 512, fair leather
trunk, Win H Barber, Milton, Pa
No 22, no check, black trunk; no marks
No 23, no cheek, lhir loather trunk, W 3 Scott, Hunts-
Ile, Ohio .
No 24, no check, fair leather trunk, Ihos McDaniel
No 26, no chi ck, black trunk, Sarah
No 26. no check, black trunk, G S Angill, Biughatnp
ton, N Y
No qr, Williamsport. and Harrisburg check 92, fair
leather valise, no marks
No 28, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 687, fah leather
valise," no. marks
No 29, no atria, fair leather valise, no marks
No 30, no check, black trunk, Jno E Rom oe, Lancas
ter Pa
No 31, no check, one box, .Michael Trump, Allentown
No 32, no aneck, , one box,lio marks
No 33, Sprantan and Haraatitirg cheek 259 , cue box
ltio 84, no eheek,,one hox, Mra "lack, Prosperity, Pa
N 03 5, no check, ono Dogillenry Will, Reading
.1 1 ,) no'nheck, one box, no- 1 9aika
No 37, no check, bag of saddles, nO marks
No 38, no check, saddle, Ignatius Flamer, Portage
station
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No 39, no check, black bag, he malice
No 40, no ch ck, black big, Mary,Foster, Harrisburg
No 41, no check, black bag, no marka
No 42, no check, black bag, no - marks
No 43, no check, black big, no marks - • .
No 44, no check, black bag, J Shadie, Jersey Shore, Pa
No 45, Wiliiambport and Harrisburg check 36, black
g, no marks
No 46, no Cheek, black bag, no marks -
No 47, no ch ck, biack beg, no marks
No 45, no check, carpet bug; no marks
No 49, no check, seethe, no marks
No bb, no check, bag, no marks
No 61, LO cluck, one bo, so marks
No 62, no check, one box, no Marini
No 63, no check, hat-ber, no ranks
No 64, no check, fair leinher trunk, no marks
K J Fleming, one bon4 Wilke
• L Babcock; 1 Me rope
N Fraser, eleven barreln mite
D Fisher, eta corn•bnakers
II Gilbert, one barrelitisulatore
Nelson Bryne & CO, ' twO boxos bittern
S Balkier, one box hardware
B Hawkins, one granite block
Nlebolea & B , one
J one barrel; two bores
Thos' Hickok, one Doi hardware
He cemaipsiOlOtbrfok;no
Moss Small be; no mama
,14261e2pee; , 66 skean tree, no ;Raw
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BY GEORGE BERGNER
RAILROADS.
Pennsylvania Rail Road I
PIPBLING TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FOUR
FROM PHILADEDELPHIL
MONDAY, litaylpth t 1364,
T . _ ,
HE Passenger Trains - of the. Perussylvanis,
Railataul Company will depart from and arrive at Har
&burg-ICM Philadelphia as followa:
E A S
THROUGH.EXPRESS TRAIN. leaves Harrisburg. daily
at 145 a. M. and arrivea at West Phlladeiphia at 0:56 A
FAST LINN leavea Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
6.00 a_ it., and wives at West Philidelphla.at 10.10 A. N.
Pasediagers take breakfast at : Lancaitor. • '
. .
MOUNT JOY 'ACCOMMODATIONS leaves Harrlabcirg at
7,20 a. IL, connects at Lancaster with . .. Lancaster accom
modation train, and and arrives at Wost Philadelphia s 3
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Harris
burg at . .. 12.20 a ; Columbia 1.55 P. Bt., and arrives at
Lancasterl3o4: Y. ; connecting with Fast Mail east at
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West Philadel
phia 'at.5.30
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.20 r. ;;Laneaater
at 2.47 P it. ; aid arrives at West Philadelphia at. 6.20
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via :Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 6.25 r. ac , arid WIVES at West
Philadelphia at 10.60 P. r.
WESTWARD
, - -
HALTIMORE , IMPRESSIRAIN leaves HarrisburgAsily
letteePot HOndityl At 2.10 a. x. ; Altoona, 7.35 A. al., 'take
broakfaut: ~itriA'artivas at Pittsburg at 12.20 r. x.
- MITT A DELPHI! EXPRESS - TRAM leaves Harrisburg
daily at Att. ; Altoona at 8.20 a. it., take breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 P. at.
MAIL ''RAIN leaves Harrisburg at LEO P. st. ; Altoona
at 7.1 b P. si., take supper, and arrivetratPlttsburgat 12.30
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 3,50 r. Y ; Altoona at
8.35 P. take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00
•
MOUNT JOT ACCOMMODATION leaves Lancaster at
0.30 A za arrives at Harrisburg at 11.10 A sr. •
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION MAIN leaves West
Pailtdelidda at 2.45 P. it., and arrives at Harrisburgat 8.10
MOUNT JOT ACCOMMODATION No. 2, leaves Lances
ter at 8.25 P. M., connecting there with Harrisburg Accom
modation West, leaves Mount Joy itl.oo r. M. and arrives
atHarrisburg at 8.20 r.
' • SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. ificidp Div. Penn's R. R
Hartisburt, May 18, 1864.-dtf
Northern Central Hallway
BUERGER TIEN. TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
TO AND MOM
BALTIMORIE
WASHINGTON CITY.
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Reamed,
to and from* Pittsburg and the West • •
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of Northern
New York.
ONand after MONDAY, MAY 16t h , ' : 1864,
' the Passenger Thine of the Northern Central
Railway will arrive and depart from Hantaberg and
Raltimorit as follow% via: '
_ _
S 0.11 T H W
..144. TRAIN leaves Sunbury ow (wept ..
....... -
A. IL
" leaves Harrisburg 1.20 P. IL
" arrives at Baltimore 6.40 x
MIMS% TRAIN leavem Sunbury daily (except
• Sunday) . . . .. . . 11.45 P. x.
" • leaves Harrisburg (exceptc
Monday) 2.50 A. AL
" arrives at Baltimore daily
(except Monday) . 1.00 A. 11.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Mar
burg 1.00 A. IL
SUNBIARY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun-
bury daily (eicept
day) at 7.80
NORTHWARD.
HAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily. (except
Sunday) 9.20 A.
" leaves Harrisburg ; 1.35 r. It.
al arrives at Sunbury 4.05 r. a.
=Pam TRAIN leaves Baltimore dai1y...... 9.80 P. Y.
" axrives at Harrisburg ..... .. 1.53 A. It
• " leaves Harrisburg daily -(ex
cept Monday) 8.16 A. ar.
4, arrivesat Sunbury 6.68 A. IL
HARRISBURQ ACCOMMODATION lame Bal
timore daily (except Sun
day) 3.00 P. IL
" arrives at Harrisburg. ~ .. ..7.60 r. a.
SUNBURT ACCOMMODATION leaves -Harris.
burg daily (axcept,Sunday)
at - - 400r.n.
For farther information apply at the. Office , in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot. d. N. DuBARRY,
Harrisburg, May - 1.6, 1864.-dtf Gen. Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
PHILADELPHIA.
ON.. AND. AFTER MONDAY, November
18thi.DR33, the Passenger Yreka: willleave.the Philo
delphiagpid Reading Railroad Depot, at , Herriabarg, for
New York and Philadelphia, as folloWs, viz
E'ASTWARD
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisbmg at 8.130 A. 7r., on ar
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, arriving in New York at 1.45 a. Asdeeping mr
is attached to the train through from Pittsburg without
change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 A. N., arriving
to New York at 6.80 P. K., and Philadelphia at 1.60 P. N.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 P. M. arriving in
New York at 10.25 r and Philadelphia at 7.00 P. n.
WESTWARD.
FAST LINE Joints New York at 8.00 A. w., and Phila.
delphia.at 8.16 A. K., arriving at Harrisburg a p.
HAIL -TRAIN leaves New York at 11.00 noon, and
Philadelphia at &80 r. Y., arriving at HAnlEbarg at 8.20
EZPRE43.711.41N leaver New York et 7.00. r. x., ar
riving at Eguiistiorg at 2.00 A. x. and conweainglitt the
rennsylVania gsprass Train for PiAtaberg.. A aleepingeer
is also atinaliad.to this train.
Conneetiona are made at Harrisburg with -trains on the
Peinisybrardry Niiithern Central and Hansberiand Valley
railroads, mind 'at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkesbarre, !Allentovnt, Easton, 503. -
Bagioige checked thorough. rare between .New York
and Itarrisburg,_s6 15 ; between Banishing and Mad&
$3„35-In.No. 1 care, and sa in No. 2. '
For tickets or other Information apply to
IMES
READING RAILROAD.
SU MIVIER,ARRANGEMENT.
.... .
GREAT TUNE LINE FROM THE
NORTH and. Northwest for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Fastonote.__,6m.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Ph il adelphia, New York,
Reiding, Pettaville and all intermediate elation , at 8.00
a. rt., and 2.00 r. m
New York Apapress leave. Harrisburg at 0.80 O. a.,
striving at New York at 1.46 the same day.:
A special Amsenunedation Passe er train leaves{ Read
ng attlb 4, *.,-and returns from Harrisburg at 6r. n.
Fares from : To New York, s6'l6; to Phila
delphia $8 Amid. $2 80. Baggage checked through.
geturning f jeare•New York at 64. N., 11 noon, and T
C. ic, (PittsbergA6Press arriving at Harrisburg ail a. .u.)
Leave Philidelphle at 8:16.. is, and 8.80"x" sr,
gisepirsrnataLltke New York Repress Tralns, tbrongk
to and frentylltallurg without change. .•
Paiioagerekh„yrlte Catawirma Rah r o ad leave Tamaqua
it it - 50,klic,ead.11,10 r. it., for Philadelphia, New York,
and 1 4 Iffai.fednia.•
Tribal-Wave Pottsville at 9.16 A. x..,.anti 2.80 p. lc, rer
Philadeliddailfarrlahurg and New York.
AnlocemprodAtien passenger train Maws Reading at
1.00a.•14 rthl
krs a 4 l. ll from Philadelphia at 6.00 .. X.
4-etZraiiytl7l .
3.whies Potts 11.80 A. 11., a Phi
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"THE, UNION—NOW AND FO REVER2'—Webstet
J. J. CLYDE,
nonaral Agent. Hawrighterg
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY\ EVE NING, SEPTEMBER n 18ti
RAILROADS.
1864. 1864
Philadelphia and Erie Rail
Road.
THIS great line tantalum the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie,
It has been leased by the PRANSTLYANIA RAILROAD Wu
easy, and under their auspices is being rapidly opened
throughout its entire length.
It is now in use for Pamsiger • end Freight business
from Harrisburg to St. Mary's Me miles) on the Eastern
revision, and from Sheffield to Erie CM miles) on the
Western Division.
TIME OF PASSENGER maws AI lIARRISBURO.
. Leave Eastward.
/dell Train
Express Train
Leave Northward.
Hail Train 186 P. M.
Express Train 3.15 A. at.
Cate run through WITHOUT MOGI both ways on these
trains between Philadelphia and Lock Raven, and be•
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Bleeping care on Express trains both ways be
tween Williamsport and Baltimore, and Williamsport and
Philadelphia.
For information respecting Passenger business apply at
the S. E. Corner 11th and Market strode.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
S. B. !Lepton; Jr. corner lath and Market -streets,
Philadelphia;
J. W. Reynolds, Erie
J. K. Drill, Agent N. O. R. R., Baltimore.
H. H. HOUSTON, •
Genera! Freight 41,pen1., PhaTa.
. LPIWIS L. HOUPT, •
General ifro.
JCS. D. POTTS, riekel Agent Pl
acy2o-41yi
General Manager, Williamsport
CUMBERLAND VALLEY
PRANK - IA I N
RAIL ROADS.
CHANGE OF HOURS.—On and after Mon
k/. day, April 4th, 18%, Passenger trains will run
daily, as follows, (Bt/01M excepted:)
FOR OILLIIBERATBITEG AND EIABEISBURG:
A. M. P. RI
Lesre Hagerestowa 7.00 24
. .
" .Greencaatle .... • —4.. 7.87 835
' •
Arrive at 8.17 4.20
1
Chambersbarg,
Leave at 8.80 12.56
Leave Shippensoarg - 0.00 . 1.28
n NOWTWO , 9.32 ' 2.00
A.K..
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" ttarliele 5.25 10.10 2.42
" - Mitthattiesburg 626 10 42 8.12
Arrive-at' Ilarrifiburg 8.64 4L1 ! 6 3.49
. _
FOR CHANAUFALSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
1L r. IL r. m.
Leave Harristeng . Ate LB2 420
"•- Mechanicsburg ' -;• • 8,47 115 4.64
" : Carliele e.t 2.66 6.29
" Newville `10.'22 3.29 -
,
" Shippensburg 10.33 4.00
Ohambersibarg' t Ant " at 1109 480
' Leave at „ 11.10 4.40
Leave Greecastle .11.55 6.30
Arrlie at Regerstoern 18:36: 6.10
43- Mantua close connections at-Herrietourg with trains
for sPraholalprola s - , Nook.:fork..and .Plttabiuw-k. , and With
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G. It. Office, Obambertburg, April 4, 166417 ..
MI DLUA L.
GLAD NEWS FUR THE UNFORTUNATE
THE LONG-80IIIIHT-FOR
DLSCOVERED AT LAST.
Cherokee Remedy,
CHEROKEE INJECTION!
COMPOUNDID FROM. ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES.
ORKROKBEE RE M EDY, (imprint hvidan Diuretic,
cures an diseases gf Hie urinary organs, such as inconti
nenoe of the Urine,. bulammation of the Bladder, Inflam
mation of Ms Kidneys, Stone in at Bladder, Stricture,
Graved, Gleet, Gonnorhea, and is especially recommended
in those caws of "tor 4/bus (or Whites its fentiles) where
.all the oldisauseous medicines have failed.
lay- It is prepared in a • highly concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
per day.
sir It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all of its
original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system
all pernicious causes which have induced diaoase,
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as as ally or assist
ant to. he CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be used In
conjunction with that medicine in all oases of Gonorrhea,
Lied, Fa/or 4/bus or Whites. Its effects are healing,
soothing and demulcent ; removing all scalding, hen;
chordce andpain r insteid or the burning and almost un
endurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the
cheap quack injection' a
air By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same
time—all improper discharges are removed, and the weak
mud organs are speedily restored to full vigor and
strength.
sar-For full particulars, get our pamphlet from any
rug store in the country, or write us, and we will mail
free, to any addiees, alull treatise.
.3„..Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, 82 per bottle, or
three bottles lbr
a.Prioe CHEROKEE INJECTION, $2 per battle, or
tluee bottles for $6.
,Sent by express to any address on receipt of
price. .
.Sold by all druggists everywhere.
DR. W. R. KERWIN & CO.,
8010 Proprietors,
marlo-eodly No. 69 Liberty street, New York.
sjus50;(10:40 ADM
THE GREAT
14i)FAZOMato)(0.4 ,
COMPOUNDED YROX
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES
An unfailing cure for Spermaterrhea, Seminal W'eak.
nets, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases canard by self
pollution; nick as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude
Pains in the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakeful
ness, Eruptions on the Pace, Pisle Countenanee, Insanity,
Consumption, and all the Dirnful complaints mused by de
partingfrom thepath qf nature. •
This medicine is a simple vegetableextract, sadone
n which all can rely, as it has been soled in our practice
for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not
failed is a single instance. Its curative prrarerahave been
sullicient to gain victory,over the most stubborn case.
shrTo those who haVe trifled with their constitution,
until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical
id, we would say, Despair nett the Crum= Cosa will
restore yon to health and vigor, and sow qua& doo
tins have failed I
- sgrlror fall partisan, seta Circular rrom any Drag
Store in.the country, or write the Proprietor, who will
mail free to any onsihilliringthe woo. • -AU" lls e
pamp
Airrdoeissiwbootik or three boitioa ,$5, ctrl
l!hr Wartt34l)7 sogprelibi all parte
.7,llllllol4ht,ollllllPwanto
R. W. it r a l WAV ik
=0104•40 No, SO LPiarall=&
EVENING EDITION.
THE PRESIDENCY.
Split in the Democratic Party.
'`PEACE ORGAN" REPUDIATES M'CLELLAN.
Another Candidate Called For.
Chicago Convention to Re-assemble at Once
Lie P.M.
2. ♦. N.
General fillelellan's Letter
From the New York Drily News, (F B.
Tirocd's peace organ) of this morning.
The columns of this paper -bear witness
that we have labored to harmonize the Demo
drake party. Whatever concessionwe could
make tnat did not involve a sacrifice of the
immutable principle to which this journal is
dedicated, we have granted. Our most fer
vent desire was to see consummated the unity
and concord of the Democracy in this Presi
dential campaign. Believing that the life of
Republicanism depended upon this issue, we
made every effort to conciliate the conflicting
sentime.ts that were arrayed in opposition to
the present Administration; for we believed
that the defeat of Mr. Lincoln would remove
the chief obstacle to peace.
- bit above all the claims of expediency, the
principle to which we aro irrevocably bound
sways absolutely, and demands our fidelity
beyond all other considerations. We have
matured and strengthened the peace senti
ment from its germ. We have been faithtul
to it throughout the ordeal it has passed, an
ordeal that it could not have survived it with
in its own essence it had not possessed the
elements of eternal life, the truth that may
be hidden but not destroyed.
-To that principle that is the guide of our
political action throughout this crisis, and
that commands the journal we have devoted
to its interests, we are linked by a bond that
cannot be loosened. As we stood by it stead
fastly When to do so was to court persecution
and to invite oppression, we shall surely not
desert it now, in the day of its strength, when,
in tact, it rules the political situation.
The suffrages of the peace men are esson
tial to the triumph of the Democracy ; but
the peace men cannot give their suffrages in
violation of their principles. 'Xo be true,
,therefore, to the Democracy, we must insist
that its principle be honestly represented in
this canvass and fairly put at issue at the
polls.
We welcomed, in the platform presented by
the Chicago Convention to the Democrary,
the - proposition for an immediate cessation of
imatilities and a Convention of all the states.
10 cealiti fighting and to appeal to reason and
trait *is preatiatrtttrAlWUPD-114. 1 .415pu ;
itave advocated trout rue commencement of
hostilities.
It is lair to suppose that ,the Sovereign
states, solemnly assembled in Convention,
would °ice/else mien judgment and concilia
tory attributes as are clue to the spirit of en
liguteuzuent and Christianity, and Would use
weir best endeavors to free our political sys
tem from its unperfeetions, that it might ac
cord, so tar as possible, with the interests o
all, and be °trona/Ye to mite.
The Chicago Platform promises with its
triumph au immediate cessauun of hostilities,
and advocates a plan of. reconciliation that
every peace man can conscientiously indorse.
We accepted it, and with it, the candivates
nominated upon the platform.
But the candidate , and the platform, cannot
exist apart. The platform is the soul—the
candidate is the body. The one may change,
decay, perish, the other is immutable ana
eternal, for it is principle. 'l'he two are
therefore. inseparable in their relative posi
tions, for if the man renounce the principle,
he ceased to be a candidate of the party that
nominated him.
George B. M'Clellan was nominated upon a
platform that prom ‘es an immediate cessation
of hostilities and a Convention of all the
States. Does he stand upon that platform to
day ? He does not. Be has renounced the plat.
j017)2, in his letter• accepting the nomination. It
is as if the bridegroom should accept the
bride's property, but 'not her person. A bond
like that is null and void. The peace party
will net consent to have their principle pe
tryed, and then do homage to the betrayer.
They demand all that is nominated in the
bond. General M'Clellan having rejected the
proposition for a cessation of hostihties and a
Convention of all States, declined the Chi
cago nomination and stands before the people
selt-nominated on a platform of his own crea
tion. The Democracy must seek a candidate
who wird, stand upon the platform, for they
cannot consistently support one who is in col
lision with the Convention that tendered him
the nomination.
If the platform accords not with the nom
inee's convictions of the right, a due respect
for the opinions of the assemblage that unan
imously adopted it requires that he should
give back to this Convention the standard of
the Democracy. The Democratic Nutionai
Conventum is not dissolved. It is ready to con
vene at the call of its Executive Committee,
and, if General McClellan cannot abide by the
resolutions through which the principles of
the party have been enunciated, let the Con
vention reassemble, and either remodel their
platform to suit ther nominee, or nominate a
candidate that will suit the platform.
Lewis Cass Denounces the Chi
cago Platform.
The Chicago Tribune of Wednesday I..d.ikes
the following announcement :
"We learn from undoubted authorityy that
Hon. Lewis Cass pronounces the Democratic
platform a most ignominious surrender to the
rebels, and says that he cannot support it."
Congressional Nomination.
DOYLESTOWN ) Sept. 10.
Henry gross, of Doylestown, has been
nominated for Congress in the Fifth Congres
sional District, by the Democratic Conven
tiori.
REATirKG, Sept. 10.—A united Convention
to-day nominated Mm. M. Heister for Con
gress, Major W. Breener for senator, and Dr
Gissiraer, and . Messrs. Constan and Yeager
for Representative&
:•Thie4.4old Markbt.
Rim Tom, Sept. 10.
At 3.15 r. ac, gold was quoted at 224 to 2244.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
33g Teienrapo.
Great Ratification Meeting in Phila
delphia.
Hon. John tlessua,_ Late Speaker of the Demo
- erotic, Legislature, Goes for Lincoln.
PatteDEtrarA, Sept. 11, 1864
A very large ratification meeting was held
last evening. It was the largest ever hild in
the city, every ward in the city being fully
represented. Among the speakers was the
Hon. John Cessna, from Bedford county his
speech was a most able production, and. was
received by continuous applause.
Mr. Cessna has always been an ardent Dem
ocrat and leader of the party. He was the
Democratic. Speaker of the House of Rep
resentatives in 1863, but he is a war Demo
crat, repudiates the Chicago platform and
nomination, and gives an ardent support to
Lincoln and Johnson.
From Gen. Sherman.
MS ARMY AT ATLANTA.
UNION CAVALRY IN PURSUIT OF WHEELER,
NOTHING LATER FROM MOBILE.
WASHINGTON, 10, 9 A. 1 , 4
To Major General Mx:
The department has received dispatches
from Gen. Sherman down to 10 o'clock yes
terday morning. His army is concentrated at
Atlanta. His troops are in position and well.
He says Wilson and Stedman are stirring.—
Wheeler is pretty well and hopes they will
make an end of him as Gillem did of Morgan.
The weather was beautiful, and all things
were bright.
No recent intelligence has been received
from Mobile. No movements are reported
from the Shenandoah Valley or in the Army
of the Potoniac.
Recruiting, is progressing vigorously in
most of the States.
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary War
Sherman continues toward Atlanta for the
purpose, it is reported, of strengthening the
works on the eastern; western and southern
approaches thereto.
Fifteen hundred will cover our losses, from
all causes, in the battles and skirmishes of
last week.
The army is-ncrw in fine spirits.
ARMUIV THE POTOMAC,
Spirited Affair on the Jerusalem Road.
The Rebels Taken by
.SOarprise
They are Driven Back with Loss
_WEAN 14 - A.N.IiIEE 9C.11.1.C117.
HgADQUABTIMVS ARMY OF TIM POTOMAC,
September 9.
The batteries on the right and centre of our
line kept up quite ft lively fire to-day at inter
, The noise made by the cars as they
passed toward the front, attracted the atten
tion of the enemy and they endeavored to in
terrupt the portions of the road but without
success.
Among the regiments whose term of ser
vice is about expiring is the Eight New Jer
sey; it has lost a large number of men at
ehancellorsville, Gettysburg and elsewhere.
Major Healey has been in command during
the campaign, and wee- wounded seven differ
ent times; none of his wounds were, however,
of a serious character. New Jersey will
donbtless give these veterans such a reception
as is due to to their bravery, and the import
ant services which they have rendered.
The Richmond Exam ner of to-day contains
a dispacth from Hood's army, dated Septem
ber 7th, which says
Yesterday our advance drove the enemy
from Jonesboro', and. captured the hospital
containing ninety of: our wounded.
rept. 10th, -A. - a point of our line
just west of the Jerusalem plank road, occu
piedi by the 3d division of the 2d corpes, the
pickets have been so close together that they
could converse without difficulity on apart of
this line, and some distance in the rear of
their advance the enemy had thrown
up a line of slight works with the
intention, it is supposed, of falling
back to them when occasion might demand.
It was determined last night to drive them
back to this line andthus strengthen our own.
about midnight, when all was quiet, tho di
vision was fornied in line of battle, and the
picket line being reinforced was ordered to
advance.
The rebels evidently were not prepared for
such a movement, as they were taken by sur
prise, and nearly the entire line captured. They
made an effort to retake the lost ground, but
did not succeed, and our men now occupy the
line, and are securely entranced. We took
about one hundred prisoners, while our own
loss was very light.
Desultory firing has, been kept up in that
vicinity all the morning, and the enemy ar
dently feel sore at being so taken by surprise.
Some of them called out to our men saying,
"that was a damned mean Yankee trick any
how, but we'll pay you up for it before long."
FROM ST. LOUIS.
SUPPRESSION OF COPPERHEAD PAPERS.
ST. LOMB, Sept. 10.
General Payne cormnsOß 'lig the district of
Western Kentucky, has called a special session
of the rebel Arkansas legislature.
The circulation of the "Chicago Times, Cin
oho:sti iilnsmir*, New World, Day look,
lireemon'a, ..roarnal aiid -- Alsteopolitua Record
have beeli suppressed at ?deunp:inis.
The tegroe of =Memphis having expressed
a desire-to assist in the defence of the City,
Gen. Wiiitiburne has alitho:4oW the onside&
Lion of a regiment of colored ttoortior that
purpon.
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each assertion
SUCCESS BY GENERAL HERRON
- E NE NY 'S LOSS ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY.
LARGE AMOUNT OF STORES DESTROYED
We received the following last evening front
headquarters. It came from Baton Rouge:
HEA,DQUAETEICS hfminim DIVISION OP WEST
Mrssrssurr, NEW ORLEANS, August 27.—The
following dispatch was received this evening:
Major. General Herron has just come in from
the expedition. The breaking down of a
bridge near Port Hudson delayed the infantry
column; but, notwithstanding this, the result
w,s a success. Gen. Herron inflicted a loss
upon the enemy of at least 150, besides de
stroying a large amount of stores at and near
Clinton, Louisiana. Our loss in killed and
wounded about thirty.—.N. 0. Times.
OPERATIONS AGAINST MOBILE
Reported Surrender of the City to Ad
miral Farragut.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 9 11:30 r.
It is rumored here to-night that Mobile has
fallen. The news is said to have been re
ceived from rebel deserters, who assert that,
Dog river bar was passed by the entire fleet of
Admiral Farragut, and that, after a brief shell
ing, the city surrendered, the troops having
withdrawn into the interior. The statement
may be correct.
It is well known that Admiral Farragut's
appliances for removing the obstructions in
the channel of Dog river bar were ample, and
that the torpedoes could be removed with the
greatest difticulty. Then the channel would
be perfectly cleared and an uninterrupted
passage given the fleet close up to the city.
flobile has surrendered without a de
fense is scarcely probable, though by no
means impossible, as resistance would only
involve-loss of life and property, without any
adequate advantage.-11 eic York Tro,bi.
REBEL NEWS.
THE ARMY MOVEMENTS DENOUNCED.
rEost LL&CON
The Atlanta Intelligencer of the 2d, now
published at Macon, nits been received, end
we extract from its army correspondence,
dated midnight, bept. 1. it says:
•"To-day we Yankees effected a lodgment
on the Macon and Western railroad, between
Eongh and Iteatty and East Point btutions.
They attacked our forces with six corps, and
by a very tierce and obstinate alert, succeeded
in 4 ettingthe position which dimes our
and Lee's corps, all coniDfirtik"rtlafAltrue.
charge of Gen. ttardee, resisted the advance
of the enemy with determined valor and un
exampled bravery, from early tins morning
until night, when the enemy still held posses
sion of the road.
Lien. Hood, with Seward's corps and the
Georgia militia, remains at Atlanta, anti coin
niumention between the two portions is kept
up only by couriers. It is supposed that
enemy will make a rapid aim terrible ousel
on the defences of Atlanta at tot, earliest Lilo
meat they can reach the city.
The battle was very heavy along the entire
line to-day, mat resulted in ve*y cons aerable
loss to us. A large number of the wounded
were arriving on the trains during the night
General Patton Anderson was seriously
wounded in the lace, and General Cumming
wounded very badly. They will arrive in this
place on the night train.
The only disagreeable feature of disgrace
that attaches to we history of our army move
ments in the operations of the Western rainy
in .1.6ti1, is that an army like kit:caiman's has been
able to not only keep open its uninense hue of
communications, but also to establish tre
mendous depots and accumulate enormous
amounts of supplies at convenient points in
his rear. The were isolation fur a few days
from his primary base amounts to nothing.—
huch futile expeditions as our last cavalry
movement are more than useless. Its only
object should have been to keep the enemy's
rear . in costaut alarm and peril. it surely is
formidable enough, if well handled, to effect
everything that we expected of it. It had au
unsurpassed country to operate in, but its in
utility has become an object for the sneers
and contumely of the enemy.
Destruction of Rebel 141 our Mills.
NEW YORE, Sept. 11.
The _Herald's Perrywillo dispatch of the
10th states that 001. Lowell, with the 2d
Massachusetts and two other cavalry regi
ments, yesterday destroyed four flour mills
and several other smaller mills on Opequan
creek, capturing several prisoners. A liar
per's Ferry dispatch of the 10th says that
the rebels are suil in force near Winchester
and Bunker Hill. All was quiet at the Irk,nt.
Vallandigkant Against 1111Clel
1212
CoLumßus, U., Sept. 1.0
Mr. Vallandigham arrived here yesterday,
en route for Pennsylvania, to address the peo
ple of that btate at various places, but on
Thursday reading AL'Clellan's letter of accept
ance, he promptly authorized the Democratic
Committee of Ohio to withdraw his mune from
his appointments, and returned home. The
peace men are determined to inamtain their
integrity, and will soon oaf/ a meeting to de
termine their course of action.
Noinination 01 Senator.
LEIVISBITEG, Sept. 10.
Major Charles EL Shriner was unanimously
nominated for Senator by the conferees of
this district. Good for fifteen hundred
(1,500) in the district.
• 1 4 - OpN B. LINN,
Chairemi COM:ay Committee.
The. N - e.4i. National Leal.
-Witifitknipcss::SePt.lol- I The *hole amount
of - the bids ror (about $81,506 1 -
000) of the - rie;Wlntitidlia loan Of 1881, 19
$72,762,750. Awards have been made to all
bids at 4 per sent. premium and over.
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