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1110NPAY EVEING. SEPTEMBER 11 No
AT lON A*. U NION TICKET.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
ea A. J. HERR, of Dauphin County,
[Blb4ect to the decis , on of th- District Conference.]
COL H. 0. ALLE MAN, Harrisburg
DANIEL KAISER, Wiconisco.
JOSIAH 0. YOUNG, Harrisburg
GEORGE MARKS, Union Deposit.
HENRY HARMAN, - Washington,
DIRECTOR' OF THE POOR,
PHILIP MOYER, Upper Paxton.
ALFRED SLENTZ, Harrisburg.
Hon. Stephen A. Wilson, of Tioga county,
has been nominated. as a candidate for Con
gress in the Eighteenth Congressional Dis
trict. He is a man of rare ability, sound Re
publican principles, and will not only be
elected, but make one of the ablest represen
tatives on the floor of Congress Pennsylvania
has had in her delegation for many years.
Weak-kneed Bill Bigler has been nominated
by the copperheads of the same district, as
the opponent of Judge Wilson. It, is not at
all likely that white freemen of the Eighteenth
District will elect Bigler, who has so often
betrayed the interests 0.4, the State while here
tofore in Congress, again to betray them as a
Hon. W. H. Koontz has been made the
Union candidate in the Sixteenth Congres
sional District. We feel confident that Mr.
K. will be elected, and thus relieve the loyal
men and vast interests of that district from
the disgraceful and foul misrepresentation
they now suffer. Mr. Koontz is a gentleman
of fine ability, highly popular in the district,
and in every way qualified to make a useful
Henry Pross has received the Union nomi
nation for Congress in the Fifth Congressional
District. While Mr. Pross is spoken of as a
gentleman in every way fitted for the position,
the Filth District is hopelessly given to cop
perhead influences, and hence it is not proba
ble that ho can be elected.
Hon. Wm. M. Mester is the Union candi
date for Congress in the Eighth District. It
would be well for the Union, the State and
the bleakly benighted region of Berks count
if the people thereof would hearken to rea-
El9 -TAA4 -k i9 llrl ßrii; county, and Kirk
Haines, of Perry county, have been nomi
'rated as Senatorial candidates in the district
of which those counties form a portion. Bet
tor candidates could not have been selected,
as both are men of splendid ability, and each
has already had a largo experience iu the leg
islative halls of the State. Mr. Hall was for
merly Speaker of the Senate, in which posi
tion he made a reputation which extends be
yond the State and gives him-a high char
acter as a legislator and statesman.
Mr. Charles H. Shriner is the Union can
didate for Senator in the Union Senatorial
District: He is a War Democrat, nominated
by the Union men of the district, and will
undoubtedly be elected by the largest vote
ever polled by any man in that district. In
point of ability and sterling patriotism, Maj.
Shriner ranks with the best men in the State.
The Union men of Barks county have nom,
inated Maj. W. Broener for State Senator,
and Messrs. Gissimer, Constan and Yeager
for the Assembly. These are all good and
The Assessment of Soldiers.
One of the most important duties devolving
on the different ward, vigilant, and county
committees, is the immediate assessment of
the soldiers, citizens of such localities, now
serving in the army or navy of the United
States. herever this duty has not been yet
discharged, it is of the highest importance
that it be at once attended to, and that the
necessary receipts for taxes paid be in the
possession of those who will have in charge
the interests of the different local candidates
for State and national offices, at the election
to be held in the army. The 40th section
of the act regulating elections by soldiers
in actual military service, requires every
assessor to assess. and return a county
tax of ten cents upon every non-commis
sioned officer and private, and the usual
taxes upon every commissioned officer known
to be in the military service of the United
States or this State in the army ; and when
any omission shall occur, the omitted names
shall be added by such assessor to the assess
ment and list of voters, on the application of
any citizen of the election district where such
soldier shall have a right to vote if not in such
service. The township collector or county
treasurer is bound to receive taxes aforesaid
from any person who may offer to pay them.
—We recommend that in all the election
districts where these assessments and pay
ment of taxes have not already been properly
attended to, that committees be at once formed
to perform the work. 7.he time is short be
tween this date and the day of the October
election. Much important labor must be
done to give us victory at both elections, but
we know of no work equal in importance to
that of the assessment and paying the taxes
pf the soldiers in the field, that they may en
loy a freeman's right at the ballot box. Hence.
we repeat ear urgent request that this busi
ness is not postponed until it is too lste to
bo attended too etroottial4. •
The Split in the Democratic Party—A.
Wheel Within a Wheel.
The more desperate of the copperhead lead
ers are about to engage in one of the dirty
;amen peculiar to that party, in order to de
ceive and hoodwink the honest portion oi Vieir
part zans into a support of_George B. 11:01elr
lan. In order to accomplish this deception,
Lt is oracularly given out by Ben and Fernando
Wood, by Vallandigham, and other worthies
of the same tribe of traitors, that they will
not.and cannot support "Little Mac," because
he repudiates the peace platform. This is all
bosh. It exhibits its purpose of deceptiOn on
its face, as all who know the "peace leaders"
of the north, fully understand that they were
ready to vote for any man who would give
them power and patronage. But in this in
stance, the trick is a vile one and well calcu
lated to deceive. When such peace Democrats
as the Woods and Vallandigham repudiate
Ciellaß THEY HOPE TO RALLY TO HIS SUPPORT
'PRAT INFLUENTIAL ELEMENT OF THE DEMO
CRATIC PARTY KNOWN AS THE WAR DEMOCRACY?'
The peace Democracy will all secretly vote for
11'01ellan, because the leaders of that clique
now control him. It is the War Democracy
who are to be managed by this game of false re
pudiation. If independent Democrats who are
in favor of prosecuting the war to a victori
ous-end, can be induced to vote for M'Clellan
on a pease platform,with merely his own empty
avowals as a flimsey guaranty of his future
action, such as these will be repudiated
and spit upon, should ItrOlellan be elected,
when his administration is formed. Henceove
assert, shrewd and independent War Democrats
cannot be deceived by this trick. That por
tion of the old Demooratic element, ever true
to the country, to-day repudiate the Chicago
platform; and, believing that no true man
who regards his own reputation as sacred,
could ace pt a nomination on such an enun
ciation of principles, the true War Democracy
will also repudiate George B. M' (Allan. This is
the proper light in which to regard theomove
ment of the Wood-Vallandigham supporters
of the Chicago platform.
V_., moat Lead. Where Pennsylvania
v. - 111 Follow.
. The late election in the old Green Moun
tain State, tells the whole story of popular
sentiment and resolution upon the war for
the.pational Union. There is a mighty sig
nificance in it, as marking the swell of the
tide that rises toward November. It pre
sages an overwhelming flood, when even within
the week after the nomination of the blatant
assemblage at Chic go, while the very flush
and heat which that great fermenting con
clave engendered are quickening the blood of
copperheadism, a St _te is swept by the Union
cause with large gains. The mere victory, of
course, is nothing in Vermont, for Vermont is
always sure; but the victory with great gains
over even the past triumphs of Unionism in
Vermont has a mighty meaning.
The example of Vermont will not be lost in
Pennsylvania. Indeed, we believe that the
whole country is now controlled by the same
influence which exhibited such wonderful
power in the East. But the Keystone more
than any other State in the Union, feels now
the necessity of a great effort at the polls in
Octobert&N.aveso ge , - 3 &,0
01. Lutl i My Wst, eneasli the
slave-holders' rebellion. We have Gettysburg
and Chambersburg to admonish us. These
are the arguments with which copperhead
Democracy will be defeated at the polls in
Philadelphia Open. the Campaign iii
Pe u y 1 - ran ia.
It was fitting ant right that the inaugura
tion of the political campaign in the Keystone
State, for the year 1864, should be made with
in the shadow of Independence. Hall. The
meeting in Philadelphia, on Saturday evening, ,
in Independence Square, was, in all respects,
the largest, most enthusiastic and respecta
ble ever held in that city. It was an uprising
of the mechanics and merchants of the metrop
olis. It was the demonstration of a free people
in favor of the maintenance of a free Govern
ment. Hon. Simon Cameron Chairman of the
Union State Central Committee presided.
But the great features of the proceeding were
the facts that two of the ablest war Democrats
in the country were most prominent on this
occasion. Benjamin H. Brewster, -a life-long
Democrat and a gentleman of the most un
sullied political and personal character, offered
the resolutions the temper of which may be
judged by the following :
" hesolved, That the so-called Democrats ex
hibit in their professions and practices some
strange phenomena; they declare for an ar
mistice, and nominate a war candidate; they
put up for the Presidency a man who is for
peace only on condition of Union, and for
the Vice Presidency one who is for peace on
any terms - '
they denounce the draft, and
huzza for the man who first urged a draft;
they mourn over arbitrary arrests, and cheer
for him who arrested one-half of the Mary
land Legislature; they claim to be Union men,
but have nothing to say against the rebellion;
they love our soldiers, and are sad when osr
soldiers are victorious; they oppose the sol
diers having a right to vote, and yet invite
those soldiers to vote fbr them; they profess
to be for the Union as it was, and oppose ap
propriations for the army and navy; they in
dulge, with impunity, in the most intem
perate and treasonable language, privately
and publicly, in speeches and in newspapers,
and yet proclaim that freedom of speech and
of the press are tyrannically suppressed;
they blow hot and oold with the same breath.
Hon. John Cessna, Democratic Speaker of
the House of Representatives in 1863, ad
dressed the nillss of people assembled for
more than an hour with the most powerful
force and effect. He laid bare the sins of
treason as they axe upheld by a false Democ
racy, and advocated such a creed and doctrine
as only true men will accept when in the
face of a mortal enemy.
—The flame kind ed in Philadelphia on Sat
urday night, will spread until the fire lights
up every hill and illuminates every valley in
the grand old State of Pennsylvania. The
State is sound for Lincoln and Johnson by at
least fifty thousand.
How TIM OHIO SOLDIERS Ls - TEND TO VOTE.-
The 161st and five companies of the 170th
Ohio National Gdards, now at Camp Chase,
recent y cast : the following votes:
Lincoln: trOlellan. Fremont.
Bee. 712 22 - 1
170th, A scoPS. 960 22 14
Maine votes for Governor, other State 0f6.-
cers, and Congressmen, 113-day. In the whirl
wind of 1860 the Unionists had over 25,001)
majority. Since that the figure has been
much less, as the following return will show:
Years. Union. Dem. Union .31aj.
1860 62,611 38 107 25,504
1861 57.475 40.482 16.993
1862 45,534 39, 509 . 6,025
1863 68,299 50,583 17,716
The First Congressional District is repre
sented by L. D. M. Sweat, a Democrat'elect
ed in 1862 by 127 majority. The other mem
bers are Unionists.
FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
BRISH FIRING lIEARD
THE LATE SURPRISE.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, Sept
10, Evening.—Firing has been kept up quite
briskly all day on the centre and right. The
rebels seem to have got their temper excited
by that surprise of last night, and are deter
mined to annoy our pickets as much as they
can. It was the 20th Indiana and 99th Penn
sylvania, that effected the surprise. A portion
of the latter regiment advanced too far and a
few of them were captured.
Gen. Patrick, Provost Marshal General of
the army, was to-day presented with a beauti
ful sword, sash, spurs and shoulder straps, by
the enlisted men of the 20th New York, whose
original term of enlistment has expired, and
those not re enlisted are coming home.
General P. made a very appropriate speech
on the occasion. Brigadier General Eagan
aoved at the front yesterday, having almost
entirely recovered from the severe wound he
received on the 22d of June, in front of Pe
tersburg. Having on that occasion won for
himself the promotion he so well deserved,
he will have a command in the Second corps.
(Signed) W. D. MACGREGOR.
APTURE OF QUANTRELL THE GUERRILLA
Ciaormaxi, Sept. 12.
A dispatch from Indianapolis to the aw:efte
announces the capture there of Quautrell,
the Missouri guerrilla. He was recoguiied on
the street by a refugee.
REBEL GENERAL PRICE REPORTED DEAD
NEWS FROM CAIRO.
It is reported at Little Rock that tlie rebel
Gen. Price recently died at Arkadelphia; of
,4 he steamer City of Alton brings Memphis
advices of yesterday, and New Orleans dates
of the sth.
Memphis was to be illuminated last night
in honor of the recent victories.
The post of Cairo was to be separated from
westeru Kentucky district, and attached to the
district of Illinois, under Gen. Habbert P.
ams - 113/1" iorTaducask, to taTe
cowl/mud of the district of western Kentucky.
6eventy-five hogsheads of tobacco have
arrived from Paducah for New York.
Blockade Runners at Halifax.
I:l4LueAs., N. S., Sept. 12.
The blockade runner Old Dominion arrived
here on Saturday night, and the City of Pete a
burg on aunday morning. They have about
11:311O bales of cotton destined tor England,
and said to be in paymant of the interest un
the rebel loan. They lett Wilmington on
Monday night, and report that the pirate
Tallahassee was to leave on a piratical cruise
on Tuesday night.
Two biockane runners were also to leave
Wilmington on Tuesday night.
The Alexandria, now caned tike Mary, ar
rived here on Saturday for repairs.
The following blockade runners are also in
port : Steamers Little Hattie, North Heath,
repairing; Flamingo, Lady Shirley, Condor,
and the steamer Asia, tender to the rebel
Capture of 'Valuable Blockade Runners
THEY HAVE LARGE CARGOES ON BOAR'
WASHINGTON, Sept 12.
Captain Glesson, of the United States
steamer Santiago Deouba, under date of Sep
tember 11th, informs the Navy Department
that on Saturday last when on her way to
Hampton Roads for coal, he discovered, chased
and captured a blockade runner, blie proved to
be the English steamer A. D. Vance, late Lord
Clyde, from Wilmington, N. O. She is an iron
side wheel steamer two yeass old and very
fast. She had on board 410 bales or cotton
and some turpentine, but her full cargo can
not be known until she is broken out in Bos
ton, for which port she will be dispatched in
charge of acting engineer E. C. Bowers.
This vessel has been one of the most suc
cessful blockade runners, andAhose on board
say she was only caught in consequence of
the bad coal she used.
Rear Admixal Lee in a dispatch dated Beau
fort, Sept. 7th, says, the Elaie ran out of Wil
mington on the 4th inst. and was Captured
by the Keystone State and :Quaker City.
The Elsie was seen and fired upon when she
ran out by the Mishon and Brittanna, and
was chased off by the Santiage; Decuba until
lost in the darkness. At 10:30 A. M. the next
day she was seen and captured without papers
A shell from the Quaker City exploded in
the fore hold of the Elsie, and destroyed
about 150 bales of cotton. Part of the cargo
was thrown overboard in the chase, and there
are now about 250 bales on board the prize,
which will be sent to Boston.
The Elsie is a new steamer of light draft
and fair speed of the Eothsay Castle elaas and
this was her first trip. She will be made a
useful vessel on blootrade duty. The block
ade is closely and vigilantly kept up, but it is
impossible to prevent its violation on dark
nights by steamers built for the purpose.
Philadelphia. SIM* Markets.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept, t
Stocks heavy ; Penna. 58 981 ' • Reading
Railroad 65; Morris Canal 104; Long Island
48; Penna. Railroad 73; Gold 224; exchange
on New Yoik par.
GOLD DOWN - TO AWL
2 , taw To Sept. 12.
Gold, 41144 the Board, is selling at 212.
The Shenandoah Valley.
EARLY REINFORCES LEE-e-NO ENEMY BELIEVED TO
BE IN THE VALLEY.
Intelligence from the front and Shenan
doah seems to . lead to the conclusion that
Early's forces must be reinforcing Lee. It is
quite certain that Lee is massing reinforce
ments in front of the Weldon railroad, and
they are believed to be from Early's command.
Whether it is a portion of his original force;
or the return of Anderson's division of Long
street's corps, lately sent to reinforce Early,
is not known. Parties on the mail boat from
City Point believe that the enemy's_ attack for
the possession of Weldon is near at hand.
Our own position and that of the rebels is
strongly fortified, and it is doubtful if in
fantry can take either. A reconnoissance to
ward the Shenandoah from this direction
failed to find the enemy in large force.
A RECONNOISSANCE-BETCW OF GEN. W.!ll.A011
Advices from the Shenandoah Valley state
that a reconnoissance found the enemy in a
strongly entrenched position.
Gen. Wallace has returned from the army to
Baltimore, to retain command of the Eighth
BALTI3fORE, Sept. 11.—The American's cor
respondent at Berryville, Va.. says that recon
noissances show the rebels to be in force at
Barks County Union Nomina
READING, Sept. 11.—The Union party of
Berks county met in Convention on Saturday,
and made the following nominations : For
Congress, William M. Mester; Senate, Maj.
William Briner; Assemb Louis Custer, Dr.
E. E. Griesemer, and George W. Yeager.
This is an excellent ticket. The Hon. Wm.
M. Hiester represented Berks county in the
State Senate for many years, and was after
wards Secretary of State during Governor
Packer's administration. He is a gentleman
of high character and ability, and when we
say that he is the exact opposite of Ancona it
will sufficiently define his political position.
He will receive the enthusiastic support cif
all the friends of the Union in Berks. Maj.
Briner is also a war Democrat. He went out
at the beginning of the war as a captain in
the Pennsylvania 4eserves, saw much hard
service, and rose to the rank of Major, and
acted as such until his term of service ex
pired. Dr. Griesemer was also a Democrat
when the name meant nothing more than nt
ter submission to the slave power. All these
gentlemen give a hearty support to the Na
tional Administration in its efforts to put
down the rebellion, and the whole ticket de
serves every effort that the friends of the
Union in Berks can make in its behalf.
Trade is dull in all departments. There is
no shipping demand for flour, and the sales
are confined to wants of the trade; lots at
sll®ll 50 for export price; $12®12 50 for
extra family, and $l2 75013 for fancy. Re
ceipts and stocks light. Small sales of rye
flour at $lO 25®10 50. In corn meal noth
ing doing. Wheat is dull and prices droop
ing; sales of 2,000 bushels red at $2 55®2 60.
Nothing doing in white. Small sales of rye
at $1 25@,1 90. Corn is very . quiet; small
sales of yellow at $1 73, and mixed Western
at $l. 72. Oats are steady; sales of •:ew at
88c and old at 900. In groceries and provis
ions there is very little doing. Whisky is
dulLat $1 80@1 87.
Care% Sept. 11
A. GOOD COOK and HAMBERMAID, a
epl2-101 for. Thirl ant Walnaastreets.
ON Sunday evening, in going from the
kir Fourth Ftreet T u'beran Church to Bell's corner, a
, coned Gott BHP ASTPlisi. A perm reward will bo paid
to the fin .er, by leaving it at
sepl2-IVI Cor. of Second and Chestnut etreets.
RESOLVED—That the salary of Daniel
Muench, Ask-lent Englnerr of the Water Works, be
tecteaced teem twenty dollars per mon' h to thirty doltui 9
par month, to take effect front Sept. 1, 1881.
Passed September b, 1884. . .
w. 0. meysra,,
President or Common Council.
Attest :-DAVID HARRIS, Clerk.
Approved Sep'. tuber 5, 1801.
A. L. ROUMFORT, Mayer.
RESOLVED—That the salary of John
C'ark, Chief Engineer of the Water Wort s, be In
creased fr m sixty-ore doilar4 per month to seventy-flue
&liars per month, to take efect from ept. 1, 1864.
Passed September 5, 1864.
W. O. HICKOK,
President of Common Conned
Attest :—DAVID HARRIS, Clerk.
Approved Septemher 12, 1864.
A. L. EOMMFORT, Mayor.
ALL kinds of hauling with wagons or carts
will be promptlydone by calling on
jy2l earner of Bernd streed and Meadow Lame.
BARGA - INS!!
LADIES' HAIR NETS, and
FRENCH LACE, and
TISSUE VEILS, ETC.,
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES.
Everybody should call at once, and secure great bar,
pins, at Mrs. MAYER'S,
aug3 dtf No. 13 Market street.
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
T happy to offer to the public a large
1. and sptesdid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are well finished, elastic, and will give en•
PLEASE TRY THEN.
WHETTER'S BOOK STORE.
Seoond street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
I s a pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having
fever or great thirst.
Its portauility recommends it to travelers.
Its convenience at piemica will be &predated. .
No sugar required., one table - spoonful siMpliiiiesorred
in a ghats of cold water and it is done.
KRLLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD TORE,
jell No. 91; liftirlret street.
MESS BEEF and MESS PORK. --%-A ethnic
articled Mem Beef and Pak at
MUM" a PRAM
spa feeeckteere to Wci Doak, jr. k Co.)
MOKED SALMON.— FINE SMOKED
aj BALKAN, Just received at
SEMLER & FRAM%
nag kmeeeegore to Wm. Dock, Jr.. k ,)
QE ENS and GLASSWARE, .a well se,_
looted amortatatt, just, received, qf Kyl e .
yrie Born k ILOIRSR.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10
WASHINGTON; Sept. 10
THE REBELS AT WIN'OHESTER.
Markets by Telegraph.
PHILADELPHIA, September 12
LIST OF LETTE RS
REMAINING IN THE HARRISBURG POST OFFICE
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 121 b, 1884.
OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPER
HAWING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
LETTERS REMAINING ITNeLAIMED IN THE POST
OFFICE AT HARRISBURG.
ARIP-"To obtain any of these letters the applicant mast
call for 'advertised letters,' g r lve the date of this list, and
pay one cent for advertising.
• W"lf not called for within one month, they will be
sent to the Dead Letter Mee.
"FREE DELIVERY of lettere by carriers, at the real
deuces of owners, merbe SECURED by observing the
"1 DIRE' T . letters plainly to the street and number,
as well as the post office and State.
"2. HEAD letters with the writer's post o f fice and State,
street and number, sign them plainly with full name, and
request that answers be directed accordingly.
"3. Letters to strangers or transient visitors in a town
or city, whose special ddreas may be unknown, should
be marked, in the lower left-hand corner, with the word
"4. Place the postage stamp on the upper right-hand
corner, and leave space between the stamp and direction
for past-marking without interfering with the writing. ,
"N. R.—A REQUEST for the RETURN of a letter to
the writer, if unclaimed within3o dayaor less, written or
printed with the writer's name, post office and State, across
the left-hand end of the envelope, on the face side, will be
complied with at the usual prepaid rate of postage, pay
able when the letter is delivered to the writer.—Ssc. 28,
Law of 1863."
Able, Miss Mary Kennedy. Mrs Mary
Adams, Mrs Anna Keesaman, Miss Mary E
Barnhart, Miss Emma Keister, Mies Precilla
Bayley, Miss Jane Kean, Mrs ' .
Bathback, Miss Mary Kemp, Miss Mary E
Bauin, Mrs Celia Kinkley, Miss Haile
Biker, Mies Martha C Kint-r, Mrs Cally
Ber• hnsel, Miss Susehn Bleckner, Mrs Harriett
Berry, Miss Margret Khip•iots, Miss LIMI 4 11
Bechtel, Miss M C Kreisler, Miss Gather's"
B earn, Miss Halley L •sh Mrs Kate
Berry, Misss/gartha Long, If as Elizabeth
Rirkenbine, Mrs Mary C Lane, Mrs Luresia
Blake, Miss Augusta 2 Lean, Caroline
Bleometine L Mi-s Mary Lingle, Mrs Matilda
Blake, Mrs Parthena Lynch, Mrs Catherin
Billings, Mrs Elizabeth Loydd, Miss /ace
Birmingham. Bridget Lime, Miss Margret
Bryce, Mrs Mary Logue, Mrs Jospbrne
Bowman, Miss Rebecca Long Miss Rabbeca
Bone; Miss Scion McGuire, Mire L
Butt, Miss Emma biadlem, Miss Ballads
Bums, Mrs Eliza H. Mason, Mrs Mary J
Bargees, Mrs Mary Mur,hail. Mrs Margret
Carter, Mm Eliza Ratchet. Miss Rosanna
Chusanan, tits Maria Milton, Miss Carrie
Chore, Mrs Antis Mathews, Mrs M A
Cassel, Mrs Eve Martin, Miss Rose A
Carrington, Mrs Amelia Martin Mi a Annie L
Clark, Mrs Cai herrn J Maloney, Mrs Mary 0
Counce, EP zabeth M tier, Miss Sw .1i
Coleman, Mrs Catherin Metzger, Miss Emilie -
Conley, Mrs Carr S Meyer ' MAii Sophia
emits, Mrs Mary P Most,, Mrs Sophia
Cramer, Miss Mary A Morrow, Mrs Maggio
4 Mt, Ms-s Rebca Hurler, Miss Ronan
Criviner, Mrs Elizabeth Myers, Mi a Retta
Cro 1, Mrs Suranna Nieodemers Mias Susan
Dean, Mrs Mary A Oxberry, Miss Lizzie
Doane, Vis Cantina Obrien, Mrs Catherin
Douai, Miss Eliz .betla Pearson, Miss Mary A
Decker. Mrs William Patterson. Mrs Snean
Dips, Letty Patterson, Mrs Mary A 2
Bugles, Mrs Elizabeth Patterson, Miss Kezia J
Dunkle, Miss Mary Posers. Mrs Lanah
Eby, bbs Mal nda Paterson. Mrs Anney
Efelfinger. Mss Army Porter ' Mrs E X
English, Mrs Mary Price, Miss 'rummy B
Eversole, Miss Ann Prowell, Miss Jane
Feltaberger, Miss Elizabeth Price, Mrs /4 J
Fields, Mrs Caroline 2 Qt gg, Mis- Catherin
Fi her, Miss Batt erin Qniun, Miss Margret J
Putrid, Miss Sarah A Quigg, Miss Kate
Fermien, Mi-s Susan Reed. Mrs Dr 'Slab
Fleming, Miss Thille Itetsneider. Miss Rachel 3
Fo+ter, Mrs Elizabeth Reed, Mrs Judia
Fonda, Henelie Bice, Mrs Eliza
Foreyt - , Mrs Sarah Riley, Mrs M.
Fox, MistoCaroline Ritts, Mrs •u•annit 2
Flounce, Miss Mary Scott. Mrs Sarah
Funk, MSS Mary E Shively, Mies Xaggie
Prank, Miss Catey Sherds's. Mrs Mary
Gage" Mies Kate Sharman, Mrs E Izabeth A
Gibbons, Mrs Sehrirs Miss Elen
Gembe, Mrs Amanda s hetzcar Miss Mary E
I Ga nee Mrs Smith, Mrs Caroline
&higher, Mi-s Frietta small, Miss 1 tea
G,rier, Mrs Re , a Smith, Mahal&
Garman, Miss Molly Spangler, Miss Jennie
Gilled, Vise Sara Spender, Miss Sue E
G pie, X ss Catherin Spenser, Mite Mary
Griffith, Mrs A M. Spark, Mars Saran
Gaieties. Mi-s Ella D • Spotwo• d Mrs Maria
GI di, I or, Miss Melinda S ecenson, Mrs minty
Gray, Mrs 1444,11 in 14— Stull Mies menitetre -
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Hammon, Mies Peckey Stansor, Mrs Fmily G
Ha - tz Mrs Ann Stewart, Mrs Rabal II
Has oo i, la HALl'ut Taylor, yrs Louisa
Berlin, Miss Lydia 1,1 Turner Mis . endey
Hamilton, Mrs Catherin Ur cb, Mrs Rebecca -
Horklin, Miss Lydia Vanborn, Mr. Caroline
Bart, Miss Margret . 'Wexner, Sirs William
Hes-. Miss Phoebe A Watson, Mrs Banal"
Repford. Mrs -amuel Wiiitmeyer, M's M ry J
He. (Ilea, FL s En ma Wenech, Miss sarah
Rocker, bliss di nine Wearer, Miss Rebecca
Mire AL-ry J Wean, Mies M ry
iba-es. Mrs Mary W-b.ter, Mr - Amanda
Hubert Mrs El 4 Will ams, Firs Edner
Hurd, Mrs Lizzie Williflll a, Mrs Sus n
Jihntsoin Mrs Ellen J SEirlfams Miss Annie
Jones, Miss Nancy Will ama, Mns Fllzabdth -
Joh, son. Mrs Hannah Wclist, Mrs Ilsry
Johnson, Mrs Washington, Mrs Mary
ALT, David ' Eros, John P
Adams, Nelson Gillen, R F
Al en, Henry Gillis, William 2
A- hcom, Hen C W G;nser, Ephraim
Adamson, John Geib, David
Asklns, Robert GI. , John
Andr. w, David Garre% John A •
B +mite, Robert Gnicy Col Wm
1 Banehart, Abram Guoykonst, Charles
Barber. J A Graham, Cap J 11
Baxter John Gray, Samuel 2
Bash, Wm H-mil, It S
' Balmer, John L Hardeastle, John
Bal la.ser. Gee Hazierigg r lay
Bailey Stephen Hswlens. Isaac 3
Bagley, W A Hardee, A C
Baum, Samuel Hamer, John 2
ittra , zheimer, H Retherman, James
Becker, Phillip Henan, It A
Bonder, John Benderm n, James
Black, Ad B Heigh Henry
Blessing, Christian Hess, Wiliam
Miley, Barney Hembright, George
Blank, Edrie F Frewes, C W
Busier Semi II Hirumerrich, Wm 2
rilanchard, P H lbght, J •
Bean, James Hiner, George
Books, Geo W Houser, Jacob
Batton, Henry Hohensbill, Andrew
Button, Daniel Holliday, ct C
B roman, Joseph Reciter, John
Boyden. Wm A Houck, Dead I
B mi, David E H..ck, Wilson E 3
Brim, Henry Bole, Amos
'ls rne, Peter Hopkins, John
Bucher. George D En 1, Hamer
Byers, J ' Hunter, Fredrick
Campbell, W B Hutton; John' •
Cassel, H & S Huff, Wm A.
Case, scar Byron Hunter, F X '
Carson, Sergi J Harvey lineman . , John
Carey, Wm H Irwin, A. CI
Chidisser,'E C - Jen Isr nowird B•
Comp, A B Jackson, JJ
Cormli ~ Andrew X JollsOn, Penn,
Coble, Ch i-ti an Jones, Thomas
Cooper, Willie Jo-es, Thomas w g
Coa ra , m, John Jones, T W
Coonsboad, Michael Johnson, Zechariah
Conley, J H J• 'I noon, Hudson
Crawford, Joseph R Jot neon, Bradley
Davis, Milton Kelley, Patrick
Derr, Geo A Xeriner, Reorge
Dean, A T Kelley, Christian
Demiller, R W Kennedy, Sam'i H
De. g, Georgel Kerr, J d' ' - •
Downberfer, Adam g Kleppe, David
Dimock, A Hurts, Henry
Dickey, S C Rosier, George
Dewey, Wm H Laverty, Chas A X
Duclosen, Rev Hugh Lantel, John
Downs, Wn A Law. r, Ja ob r
Pougherty Ransil D-, L agar, Henry Ron
Dahue, Berg's Frank 2 Lane Win H '
Dunlap, B F Leonard James L 2
Dunlap, Sam'l W Le'and, 3 A. C
Dunlap, Emory B feistier. John H 2
Eisle, Uriah . • Leeds, Wm
Eselielherger, Joseph -Leoner, Jacob
Roy John Lightner, Andrew
Ilidred, Wm D Luta George W
Enright, James Fridge, J Brady
Everette, S II -- Long, 3 K
Eilenower, Leal' s ' " Loreosugh, Geo W
Erving, John B Liras, andrew
Fell, 'oVtit H 2 Lori. J
Ferguson, Jesse II Laphar, William
Fetterman, Cap V T Mcatmran, Jame*
Ferrite, John MoCllnteclkJ lam
Fell, John MoCOuttel,4 D
F sler, Jacob' Mathew_ r , M shad 2
Fl-her, Peter K . Id nnei, Henry
Ir Ile Town; T 9 Magwel},' Dr J R f
Flan, Owen . 2 Man, wm B
Rao, Dinka Matirrew,Hotry
Polity, John Martin, James
Flosiorred Mamie, EbomiNOT
Forret, Harry Madden peter (ship)
Flaws& Cap F lit Magrili Watson r
Frau* vr. s e 2 I • mse, vr
nossa, a - Oita" akar*
Mitchel, J G Smith, Surgeon Alt
Miller, Joseph smith, Hear- II
Milese, George W - Snyder, Wm 11.
Mde., S B S ringer. Jame. 17
Miler, A B Spoos er, Chas k
Miller, Joseph Spangler El W
Mundt], G Stevens, Joseph
morns, Jahn Stern, William
Mo re, charies Stro e, Jacob
Momar I avid Streich Ch rtes
Morris, Charles - Stir Geo W
Morris, H Hutch, Alfred
Mllliet, C C Stover. Samuel
Myers, James H- Stol er, John
Munson, Solomon Ei Spansier, C 13 -
Nycum J & A. J Sullivan .1 B.
Nace,Davit B Stone, Wilson
Pairs, J J weft Stolen, Lemuel
Perkins, L W . 2 Stone, Geri
Patterson, Levi H St. ihart, john
Parsons, George Taylor, John
rloburn, C Th mas, Win
Phoenix, John L Taylor, John 13
Porter, Franklin Thomas, Dan't
Renck, D 3 Trollinger, Jacob
Ruffian, Esaac Tilden, Leander B
•Reen, Samuel Premier, Henry
Reitz, Jonathan Typ r. R E
Rhinehart, John Tressler, David
Reid, W H Trobridee, Wm
Reckord, David Wagner, .1 Tunny
Rhodes, Adam Wagner, Matthew -
Rorttabach, H A • Walter, Wrhael
Rohrer, George F Waring, A I.
&bourn, Washington Welsh, elm
Scuir. Henry Wert, Wm
Scholl, TS, (ship) Weal--y, John
Sit op, Samuel We ver, Geo T
Seiler. 9 Wengler, Mathias
Shaffer, loshoa Wisner, Ephra'm K
thultz Jesse L W Mattison, • hat
Seemore, Charles Wix John A
Shearer, A B Woe, WI.I lam
Seigle, Corp Peter Willie. Johnethee
Shutter, Isaac • Wouldrouelt, John
Shearer. Abraham W , lford, Jacob _
Reg Peter Wonderly, Wm
Simmons, Adam Woodrow, John B
Snyder, Wm H Yeege• - , Jeremiah
SmPh, James W Yeager, E S
Sunder, V Ye bert. Mr
Snow, John Sited], John V. -
GEO. BERGSF.R, P. M
THE undersigned offers for sale a HOUSE
and LOT, situated on Front street, above Vole 1 - 3
quire of [sepl.o-dlvr9 JOHN A. TRI'LLINGER.
HENRY BEGAN , s
Steam Engine - and Machine Shop,
SIXTH ST., BETWEEN WALNUT AND MARKET
(.1. C. Ifoltz's Old Stand.)
THE undersigned having taken the aboic
Shop, respectfully sqlicits, a share of the puh!tc pa
Part , eular attention will be paid to repa'ring of Stews
Engines, and all kinds of machinery All work will rp
calve my personal iitteot'on, and satisfaction guarantee,;,
Quannoutasran Clainnac's OFFICF,
WASIMCGTON CITI', September 18, 1864.1
Wjabe sold at public auction, to the
cst bidder. et Gienboro, 1). C., on THUM'
DA F,, September 15. 1864,
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY CAVALRY
These Home have been condemned as unfit for the
eavaby service of the Army.
For road and farming purposes many good bargains
ma' be had.
Horses sold singly. Sale to commmce at 10 o'CoLi
TRIM! C4Blif in United States Currency.
By order of the Quartermaster General.
JAMES A. EKIX.
seplo.4t] Colonel in charge First Division Q. 81. G. O.
Fever and Ague!
yr LYING now on hand a large supply of
ray SPIRITUAL PILL. —a =lain Cure far Ms
mr end Apae—l otTer them to the public either whala,M
er retalL T , .ey are perfectly simple and safe —free from
poison; and will in all cases (Mint a cure, or thn money
My GOLDEN ELECTRIC OlL—a cerlafa and eire4a. ,
Cure/or DipMerin, Sore Throat tee Ho * many r• twat
huts Ishe have been save' by the live of my ELECTRIC
OIL I will guar .ntea to cure the worst cases of
eta. Tate GREATEST FAMILY MEDICINE IN THE
WORLD l The Poor cured without charge. -
,0i" Fnrross not Icing the Golden Oil, I wII send then
a bottle fre by express. W BAR I,
Next door to First National Bank, Harrisburg
riIFIE undersigned offers for sale his interest
the LITEnY an': SALE STABLE, corner or
and See, nd streets. For partiouhus, enquire or
eepa-dtt] , S. S. ft CtrlB, at the Sta,t,i,..
AsspsspiENT OF .114111AGEaj.
DURSUANT to an order of the Court of
Quarter r esadons of Dauphin coidatv, notice b here
by given to 'he otomissionors or raid county, and to the
property-holders ali.ng t. o line of Front etreet. from Pax
top street to Hanna eareet in the city of Ha. ti-bur., that
upon the putt ion of the President of Council of rani cdy,
the Court tuts appointed six viewers ton sesa the damages
caused by the opening of said etreet„ and that thy wilt
prOcee4. to 11.90343 said umnages on 1 V.E.VD.A F, &tolerance
top, next, at 1.0 o'Clock, 4. x , at wblph tithe a.?l l a: i!ie,
Interested may appear upop the ground if the. tack
proper. JOHN W. BROWN, City i-olicitur.
fl II MUM:MASTER, GENERAL'S OF.
WARBDIGTON City, August 31, 15C-1.
HORSES! GORSES! HORSES!
Horses snitab'e for Cavalry and Artillery semi e will to
purciumed at Weal:lore Depot, iu open market, till trcohn
Horses will be delivered to Captain . L. Lowry Moore
Q. M., and be subjected to the usual Government In9e*.
Lion betore being accepted
Price oic Cavalry Horses, $175 each.
Price of Asti lery Hones, $lBO each.
Payment will be made for six (6) and more.
JAMES A SKIN,
Colonel First Divistes,
WHO RAYS FOR Sumps ON RECEIPTS
I'm.M.nimPhix AND READING RAILDDAD COmPANI.
027101 227 china r 017R.11 bTeLLIST, F l
1111A-LDELPHIA., August 9th 1864
JOSEPH J. LEWIS, Esq. U. AI Commissioner Internui
' Stamens, Washington, Is, C.:
Si& suite whim' party must pay for the U. S.
Stamp? The one who receives the money, being the
maker of the receipt, or the par y paying the money ?
TREASURY Dwrawrianwr, Or CE OF Innotsm.REArKerr,
VV.L.SUNGION, Auguet tato, .leo4. I
:—Yours of the Stu [nut. la received. Tun question
as to who Leah pay the duty required ou receipts ou any
lOWA of money OX.Ceeding $2O, in dopenuent on the cir
cumstances attending We caSe.
Urchna. Sty at law no person is bound to give a receipt for
money paid. the ledelk.4 is an metrument of ct - ,eerace
maim why to the tt , lboa to whom it is given. If be nadi
• rec.ipt it is necessary for him to furnish the stamp or
to stamp the receipt, it r. Tule. bdorn it is sq...oi
veihonTho recretvee the coney 1, not obliged to gtr, a
receipt. unless the other party .arnishas the proper otsv:r
It a per son gives a nmeipt without. Legal. log that tile
party to whom it Is given attad turtribls tne stamp, the
Looker o the receipt moot himself Stamp the paper b e
fn.'s he deLvare it. he laiLs to Stamp it b. fo e
unn, It, lie is liable to the penalty provided tkv
the opotatoon but the other party may Stamp it
steal Upon its beteg mashed.
atsvittPil J. LEWIS, Commi-elonet
IL Dammam, Esq., Ptuutomphia. [angai.d2w..4t
Notice to Bridge Builders
undersigned. Commbsioners of Dail -
J. plies county, rennvivana, will receive Sealed Pia
prealls np to September the 21st ivi pdtiesday,) o ce
o melt?. for building , norm 6 and wringing
all the materials for a new-roted Bridge mew
strong cir , eh, In IWO= township, said county, cane
Halifax, at the site termed to by the late Report 4 0(
Grand Inquest of the noun y someahere south, Of ne a t!
so, of rishentoidle. Seel bridge to be Jerky teat aput. olt
the Burr Top hi eh plan, and to be as high as Wan die
olu bridge (now standing) is ; north side wing walls W
rewt S lM teat long, and muse of the south side ten lea
long Propliesle to be endorsed on the a, ecidoalee e
which may ue bad at the Mee 'or the Cools), Com
1""11 at Harris, erg, Cut opaoatiox by letter or other .
Rim LOUD* to be cu Odd daw and to the loweet re
grpodbi• bidder. B.Mflt
14,441M1 Wig , Whit
S. SEAT/FORD, Treasurer.