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BARRI6I3IIRG, P A
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, IStii,
Dauphin County to the Rescue
Lincoln and Johnson Ratification Meeting.
Organize for the Success of the
County and District Tickets.
The Republican Union men of Dauphin
county will assemble in the city of Harrisburg
September 19th, for the purpose of ratifying
the Union National, District and County
HON. ISAAC N. ARNOLD,
OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS,
One of the most eloquent orators in the great
West, will be present and address the people.
Other distinguished and well-known gentle
men will also speak on the occasion.
.01" It is hoped that the loyal men of the
different townships, boroughs and wards of
Dauphin county, as well as the people in ad
joining counties, will make arrangements to
meet in Harrisburg on the occasion named
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
IMPROVED ORDER OF Be], MEN. —The An
nual Session of the Great Council of the
United States was held at Philadelphia this
Miss "MAJOR PAULINE Cusnmar; and Mr. J.
M. Ward, the celebrated Irish comedian, ar
rived in town this morning at 3 o'clock, and
will positively appear at the New National
Theatre, on Monday, Sept. 19th.
PERSONAL. —Col. Ramsey, of the 187th P.
V., is in town. He was wounded in one of
the late engagements with the rebels. We
are pleased to learn that he is improving, and
expects to return to the field at an early day.
ST PAUL'S EPISCOPAL Caurca—C-orner of
Ridge Avenue and Reservoin—Divine service
to-morrow at 10 AM. and 6:30 r. M. In the
evening a discourse by the pastor, Rev. A. J.
Barrow ; subject, " David and Goliath." All
RENNSYLYANLI HORTIOIILTLYILIL SOCIETY.
The annual exhibition of fruits. vegetables,
dr-c., of this Sooiety, will be held at the So
ciety's rooms, Broad and Walnut streets,
Philadelphia, on Tuesday next, commencing
at twelve o'clock, lasting but one day.
APPLE BUTTER FOE THE SOLDIERS.—bIiss
Dix, in a letter to a friend here, says : "Beg
all your acquaintances to make apple butter
for the soldiers. Dried apples supplied by
the Commissaries are repudiated, being most
prepared from refused frait.
BAPTIST CHURCH.--There will be service in
the Baptist Church, corner of Second and
Pine streets, to-morrow morning at ten and
a-half o'clock, and in the evening at seven
o'clock. Rev. A. Judson Rowland, of Ro
chester, New York, will fill the pulpit. The
public are invited to attend.
"WE Asir Comm., FATHER ABILLECAM I "—The
209th Pennsylvania regiment, commanded by
Col. T. B. Kaufman, left here yesterday af
ternoon, en route for the field. Like all the
other regiments recruited for oue year's ser
vice, under the President's late call, the 209th
is composed of noble-looking men, who pos
sess every qualification for making good sol
diers. We venture the prediction that they
will make the Johnnies bite the dust, if an
opportunity is afforded.
Wu are pleased to learn that our enterpris
ing young townsman Dr. F. H. Hemperley,
has taken the agency of this State for the sale
of the valuable medicines prepared by Kunkel
81, Brothers, among which is the celebrated
King of Pain, so successfully introduced by
Dr. Mcßride. Dr. Humperley has been ed
ucated in a good school, and we bespeak for
him success wherever he goes. He thorough
ly understands the principle of treatment
adopted by Dr. Mcßride, and like him pos
sesses that rare faculty of detecting disease
simply from diagnostic symptoms.
We understand he intends to establish an
office in Pittsburg.
WANTED-A name for a Hotel. —Our enter
prising friend Harry Thomas, who is now fit
ting up the splendid property formerly known
as the 'Air House, for the purpose of render
ing it one of the best hotels in the State, and
which is to pass into the hands of Mr. Thom
as, wants a name for the new Hotel. Mr.
Thomas desires his friends in Harrisburg to
assist him in naming his new hotel and has
requested us to bespeak the suggestive abil
ity of those in this city who are competent in
such matters. Those who desire to test their
talent in originating a name for the new ho
tel, are requested to enter their suggestion on
paper andleave it at this office addressed to
the local editor of the TELEGRAPH.
AN ACT OP VILLAINY BY A TRIO OF BOUNTY
Batolzas.—We have just had communicated
to us the outlines of one of those base trans.
actions on the part of a number of . bounty
brokers, which have done so much to bring
disgrace on the service and odirp on the city
of Harrisburg, which we intend - to make pub
lic as soon as we can gather the full details.
The main fact is that a respectable citizen of
Harrisburg paid a broker $1,050 for a substi
tute. The broker and his accomplices in
duced a minor to enter as substitute paying
him only $225. The parents of the minor are
Pushing the fraud to exposure, and as soon
as that is made, we shall give the names of
the parties criminated in this villainous af
Waal / QUIXT M. C. CA:s Do.—A member
of Congress can benefit his constituents to a
great extent, if he will but give their interests
the attention due from a representative to
those whom he represents. During the last
three years more new post routes have been es
tablished (by acts of Congress, which renders
them permanent) in the 15th District of Penn
sylvania than in any other in the Union.
Through the efforts of Hon. Joseph Bally,
mails regularly reach all corners of York,
Cumberland and Perry counties, thus greatly
accommodating the people in places where no
post routes had ever been established. Every
member of Congress should make it a point
to study the interests of their constituents,
yet how few think of this when once they en
ter the halls of Congress. The people of Mr.
Baily's district should remember that they
1411 a Qjtltful Uepresentative.
GERMAN REZPOIINSD CgGBCS. Divine service
as usual to-morrow (Sabbath) morning and
evening at 10 A. ra. and 7k- rk. at. Preaching
by the Rev. Wm. Harrison Snyder, of Akron,
PROMOTION OF A Hanatssuaoza.--Captain
0. B. Simmons, of the 15th U. S. colored
regiment, has been promoted to a captaincy
on the staff of Maj. Gen. Sherman, U. S. A.
This promotion makes our young friend a
captain in the regular army, and a very worthy
and deserving appointment it is. •He has
fought his way.nobly, and we have reason to
feel proud of him.
DECISION IN A MARRIAGE CASE. —A couple
were recently married in Baltimore, the bride
being less than fifteen years of age. The
mother restrained her from living with or
seeing her husband. A writ of habeas corpus
was issued, and the girl brought into Court—
the mother claiming that she had the right to
retain the daughter on account of her age.
After receiving proof of the marriage, the
Judge decided that the young lady should
live with her husband, the marriage being
legal if the girl was over twelve years old.
DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. —One of the meanest
deeds we ever heard of was perpetrated on
Thursday night, by a wretch who entered the
house occupied by Mrs Baker, in Patterson's
Row. Mrs. B's husband was ill, and at the
point of death, when the thief carried off a
miniature bureau, a set of silver spoons, a lot
of books and shells, besides a lady's gold
chain, and about thirty dollars in money—
leaving the family penniless, in addition to
their deep affliction. It is not known who
committed the robbery, but he is mean enough
to commit any deed known in the catalogue
of crime, and every effort should be made to
bring him to justice.
MAJOR CHARLES A. SHRINER, the Union
Candidate for State Senator in the Ly
coming District, was in town to-day. He
is sanguine of a brilliant success in that dis
trict, and gives besides a glowing account of
the enthusiasm that pervades the masses in
that part of the State, in referenCe to the re
election of Abraham Lincoln. We are glad
to hear from the Major that our eloquent
townsman, Bohn C. Kunkel, has volunteered
to speak in his behalf at different points in
his district. We can promise the people wbo
hear Col. Kunkel a rare treat in popular or
atory, as he is one of the most powerful and
effective speakers in the Commonwealth.
Borax's Star Combination Company contin
ues to be the chief attraction in the line of
amusements. Our citizens fully appreciate
the efforts of the manager to furnish the best
entertainments given in the city, and the
crowded state of the hall each evening is
abundant proof that the performances render
full satisfaction. With a full troupe, good
plays, and an abundance of scenery, Mr.
Rouse can safely defy competition. The pat
ronage of the most respectable citizens is
freely bestowed upon the theatre, and success
has attended it ever since the opening enter
tainment was given. To-night Mr. Frank
Drew makes his farewell appearance, when
the beautiful play of Rev VAN WINKLE and
the drama entitled Tux ROBBEVE WIFE, will
be presented. Mr. Drew will appear in both
pieces, with songs. The first-named piece is
a legend of the Catskill, full of interest, and
worth the whole price of admission. Mr.
Rouse, "the honorable member from Cats
kill," wilkappear ; also Miss Fanny Denham
as Dame Knickerbocker, together with the
whole troupe. In The Robber's Wife, Mr.
Drew will appear as Larry 0 - Gig, and Mr.
Meeker as Mark Redland. This is a very
thrilling play, and an excellent conclusion to
the Saturday night bill. Let there be a rush
to Brant's Hall to-night.
Next week Miss Bella Golden, a famous
actress, will appear. Want of space compels
us to defer a more extended notice of' this
celebrated lady until Monday morning.
THE OLD-FASHIONED BLUSHES— When have
they fled —We have frequently noticed what
to us is a mournful loss, (not that we, as a
married and as a man rather advanced in life,
are given to gazing into the faces of girls in
quest of what we miss) that the girls of this
generation do not blush as beautifully or as
modestly as did the girls of the generation
which is fast passimg through Jordan's waters,
washing their robes in its pure stream, to ap
pear in virgin whiteness on the bright shore
beyond. We miss the maidens blush—that
glorious suffusion which colors in softest hue
the still more glorious purity of mind and
soul. Now-a-days, a girl of sixteen can look
a man into the eye with the steadiness of a
grenadier or a veteran who has been trained to
gaze on long lines of bristling bayonets.
Twenty-five years ago—aye, thirty years past
a woman of as many years old, could not
look a manin the face, without crimsoning in
the almost consuming warmth of her ow n
modesty. Then, too, forsooth, girls of si x
teen trembled like lilies in a storm, when
they were approached by any of the sterner
sex. Tinges have changed, however, and now
bearded men are become timid in the presence
of the gentler sex. The blush of the guileless
maiden no longer illuminates the beautiful
pathes of retired society. Alas that it is so!
We are almost fearful to write our apprehen
sions as to the meaning of this departure of
the sacredness of a blush. But the fact has
frequently filled us with sadness as we mourn
ed the frivolities of the times. Alas and alas !
that we no longer see a blushing girl—an old
fashioned, timid, modestly retiring girl, who
oyes her home and her mother best of a
hinge in the world.
HANEGOME TESTIMONIAL.—We have just had
the pleasure of examining six magnificently
bound and gorgeously illustrated volumes,
presented a few evenings since to W. W.
Irwin, Commissary General of the State, as an
acknowledgment of his fidelity officially, and
his excellent qualities personally. The books
comprise three quarto volumes of Shak
speare's Dramatic Works, beifig the latest
American edition, and Thomas L. licKenney's
History of the Indian Tribes of North Amer
ica. This latter work is bound in Turkey
morocco, elaborately embossed and gilded,
while the illustrations are'of the finest litho
grahic description, comprising as a whole one
of the most finished specimens of American
intellectual research, art and mechanism ever
presented to the American public, and calcu
lated to adorn any library however extensive.
The Shaksperean works, while not so ele
gantly bound, are yet gotten up in the highest
library style, and is of an edition which pre
sents the "Bard of Avon" in that attractive
form over which the student of his matchless
thoughts and sentiments have lingered en
tranced for so many years in almost every
climeand country. These volumes were pre
sented to General Irvrio,lay Col. John Power
and Lieut. J. L. Lingard who were a com
mittee representing a select number of the
personal friends of the Commissary General,
citizens of Philadelphia. The object of
this presentation was to testify in this elegant
and appropriate Manner. the donors' high RA
preciatimof the valuable. official services of
the dense. We can bear testimony to ac
knowledgements such as these, as we know
of no man conneeted•with-the. State Govern
ment who has been more faithful to the repu
tation and interests of the State, or more cor
teoua or impartial in his official, intercourse
with his fellow citizens Wan Gen. IV, W.
THREE Trts-stas Werrrzb.—Highest wages
paid. Apply at 112 Market street, Harris
burg, Pa. B. J. HARRIS.
NOTICE. —Henry Moyer will give a lunch on
next Monday morning between 9 and 12
o'clock, at Michael Sowers' old saloon,Second
street below Chestnut street.
FIFTY MEN WANTED FOR THE 201ST REGI
MENT, P. V.—Persons entering this regirne4
will receive all local and Government bonn-
Apply at Provost Marshal Opdyke.
F. ASBURY AWL, Colo p&
Da. Bean's ague pills, a sure and certain
cure or no pay.
It is astonishing to see the number of per
sons that call for his pills since his notice ap
peared in this paper one week ago. We would
earnestly advise all afflicted to go and try
them. His office is next door to the National
THE Giasn'r REMEDY. —You might as well
attempt to stay the powers of the whirlwind
with a fan, or sweep back the tide with a
broom, as to make any effort to stop the im
mense sales of Dr. M'Bride's KING or Pers.
These sales are daily increasing, and the
reason for it is palpably plain--the medicine
accomplishes all that is claimed for it, and no
one who buys it is disappointed. If you are
afflicted with pains or aches o any kind,
give it but a single trial, and relief is as sure
to fallow as daylight follows the .darkness of
Sold 'wholesale and retail by S. A. Kunkel
& Brothel . , 118 Market street.
The dangers of acclimation—
or seasAing as it is termed, incident to a
change of residence to a bilious climate, South
or West, are entirely avoided by the timely
use of OSGOOD'S INDIA CHOLAGOGUE.
It should be commenced on appearance of the
earliest bilious symptoms. The sensation of
languor, weariness, of body, depression of
spirits, derangement of the stomach, pain in
the bones, cannot be easily mistaken.
. Sold by all druggists and medicine dealers.
WE are often surprised to find so few SEW
ING Macraaus in use, in our section of the
country. In the large cities, every family has
its. Sewing Machine, and they would not be
without one for ten times its cost. It is cer
tainly the most useful and economical inven
tion of the age, and we advise our readers to
hesitate no longer, but to see to getting one
of these labor and life saving Machines.—
There are a great many kinds of Sewing Ma
chines, and we have taken some pains to ex
amine rnto their respective merits, and we
have come to the conclusion that the WEIKEL
ER ci; WILSON, HIGHEST PREMIUM SEWING
CHINE, is decidedly the best.
These unequalled Machines are adapted to
every variety of sewing for family wear, from
the lightest muslins to the heaviest cloths.—
They work equally well upon Bilk, linen,
woolen, and cotton goods, with silk, cotton,
or linen thread. They will seam, quilt, gather,
hem, fell, cord, braid, bind, and perform
every kind of sewing, making a beautiful and
perfect stitch, alike on both sides of the arti
cle sewed. The sewing will never unravel or
The Wheeler kt Wilson Sewing Machines
are so simple that a child can work them with
ease. Printed instructions are sent with every
Machine, so that any one can operate them
without any trouble or difficulty, Every Ma
chine is warranted, and. the money returned
if not entirely satisfactory.
Over Fifty Thousand of the celebrated
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines are sold
every year, and yet the demand is so great
that they can hardly be supplied as fast as or
dered. Machines are carefully packed and
sent in good order to any portion of the coun
We hope our readers will write at once to
the Wheeler & Wilson Agency, No. 704 Chest
nut street, Philadelphia, and get one of their
Almanacs for 1865, and specimens of work
done by the Machine, all of which they will
send by mail, free of charge, to any address.
We are glad to learn that Mr. G. W. Parsons,
110 Market street, Harrisburg, has just been
appointed agent of these celebrated machines.
Give him a call. We know them to be the
best, most simple and cheapest machine in
' A IaDDLE-A.GED LADY wishes a situation in
a respectable family as seamstress or house
keeper, or in any other capacity in which she
may; for the present, earn a small compen
sation for her services. Apply or address C.
H. MAIM, proprietor Jones House; Market
Square 15-3 t
STOCKINGS ! STOCKINGS ! STOCKINGS!
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM THE FACTORY,
60 doz of heavy white fibbed Cotton Stockings, 50 cts
50 doz of white ribbed Cotton Stockings, 76 ets
25 don blue, mixed, and gray Woolen Stockings, 75c
50 doz of Woolen Stockings, all colors and prices
White Cotton Stockings, good and heavy, all prices
We have. the largost assortment of Hosiery in Harris-
burg, for Ladies' and Men's wear
10 pieces of Black Cloth for Cloaks, all prices „1,:&
20 pieces of Black Silk, all prices.
1 piece of Extra heavy Black Silk, best quality
10 pieces of Now Style Plaid Dress Goods
5 pieces of Black Bombazine, best quality
S pieces of Black French Merino .
2 pieces of Black Canton Cloth, finest quality
Black Alpaccas, all qualities and prices
Plain Paranaattas in brown, blue and pnrple.
Paramatta.s in black, stone color and groan
All Wool Do Laincs, in brown, blue and green
Marseilles Quilts, Napkins ana fine Linen
Yellow, red and fine white. Flannel
50 pieces of Bleached Muslin, at 60 eta '• worth 75 Ms.
We have now in Store a Complete Assortment of ALL
KINDS OF DRY GOODS, which wo will close out at less
than wholesale prices. Eseps3 . l S. LEWY.
HAIR DYE 1 HAIR DYE S t
liatekelor's Celebrated Hair Dye
IS THE BEST - IN THE WORLD.
The may Harmless, True and Reliable Dye Known.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfect—changes Red, Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Glossy Black or No,h Brown
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Habroft and beautiful ; imposts fresh vitality frequently
reetaing its pristine color, and
rectifies the ill effects of
bad Dyes. The genuine fs signed WILLIAM A. BATCH.
WAR. All others are mere imitations, aid should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, &o Natatory-31 BAR
-4 AY ST, N. Y.
iierowAyee Haw tomer mum roe nessaine ram Ivan.
"A Slight Cold." , Coughs.
Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough
Or "SLIT= GOLD" in 118 first stage; that which in the be
ginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
attacks the lungs. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" give
sure and almost immediate relief. MiiiAry O f ficers and
Soldiers should have them, as they can be carried in the
pocket and taken as occasion requites. auglo-dcwlm
SOLDIERS. TAKE IT WITH YOU
The greatest trouble to persons in the Army, especially
in this season, is Dysentery, which (by death or by disc•
bility) weakens the service more than the Rebels do.
Very many have found, upon trial, the DYSENTERY
DROPS are among the vary best preventatives and cures
that are to be had. Every oEicer and every soldier
should carry it with him, and thereby reasonably insare
himself against a great danger. It is prepared in Harris
burg by h3RS L. BALL, at 27 Pine street, between Second
and Front. Take a phial with ran: Price 26 cents .
FORE VEGETABLE TONIC.
TEmost healthy persons feel more or lees
I CI 4k this extreme warm weather, and lose their ap.
petite They need a good strong Tonic—one that will
strengthen the nervous system and stomach. This they
can get at 60cents per bottle, at Mrs. L Sall% No. 27,
South Pine stree Marritiburg. Order, from a distance
Promptly attended to. augl
coLoArrEts HONEY SOAP.
' This celebrated Toilet Soap, In such universal de
mand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emollient In its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action upon the akin.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Kromer's (u.phamis) Hair Dye
50 cEriTs A BOX.
Bores larger than Dyes that sell for $l.
NATURAL, DURABLE, BEAUI'I.t'UL.
WARRANTED to please. This article has been
thoroughly tested by Da Carriroar of Now
York, and Professors Booth and Garrett of
Philadelphia, who pronounce it-free from all
poisonous ingredients, and the material com
posing it will not injure the most delicate
hair. Sold by Druggists and Fancy Goods
JNO. J. KROMER, Sole Proprietor,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The inebriate may now bid defiance to the
tempting cup. Dr. Zane's antidote for strong
drink is a certain cure for drunkenness. It
creates a dislike for strong drink, and can be
administered -without the knowledge of the
Descriptive circulars se tit to any address.
For sale by all respectLble druggists in the
United States and Cauadas. Price *1 per box,
or packages of six boxes for $5.
JNO. J. KROMER, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. R andrs Specific.
The oldest and most reliable medicine for
the cure of Spermaorhcea, Seminal Weakness,
Loss of Power, &c. This medicine has stood
the test of over thirty years, and has always
proved a success.
Dr. RAND'S SPECIFIC is exhibited in the
form of pills, made up entirely of substances
that have a specific effect upon the generative
organs. Most persons associate the idea of
operations upon the bowels from taking any
kind of pills. The SPECIFIC of Dr. Rand is
not intended as an evacuating medicate. Its
medicinal virtues are expended entirely upon
the impaired regenerative organs. The pills
are not unpleasant to the taste, and many
persons masticate them with impanity before
swallowing them ; which plan we would al
ways recommend, as affording the speediest
way to get the effect of the remedy.
Price $1 per box, or six boxes for $5. Sold
by druggists everywhere.
JNe. J. KROM . P.R, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
W Al) V ERTISIAVIKN TS.
tithe matter of the settlement of Peter Reed Jr., Ad
ministrator, &c., of reter Reed, Senior, late of Sasquo•
haulm township, Dauphin county, deceased, the Orphims'
Court of said county has appointed the subscriber Audit
or, to make distribution of the estate of said deceased to
and among his heirs and creditors ; and the Auditor pas
appointed MONDAY, the 10th day of October next, at his
calico in Harrisburg, at ton o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, for the purpose of making saildistributton, when
and Where all persons interested notified to make
known their claims. JNO. ROBERTS, Auditor.
September 7, led4.—(sepS-doaw4w
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county to make distribution of the
balance in the hands of Henry Gingrich, Executor of the
last will and testament of John Gingrich, deceased, among
the heirs of said deceased, will attend to his duties as
said Auditor, on Thursday, the 2'2d day of September,
1854, at his office in Harrisburg, at ten o'clock, A. an, or
said day, when and where all parties interested are noti
fled to appear. J. W. suIONTON,
Sept. s, 1864..—deaw3w Auditor.
A lIDITOR'S NOTICE.
Dm undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county to make distribution among
creditors of the balance in the hands of Daniel Keiser,
administrator of the estate of Marks D. Witman, late of
Wiconisco township, deceased, will attend to the duties
of said appointment on Friday, the 2311 day of Septem
ber, 1864, at 2 o'clock, P. as., of said day, when and where
all parties interested are notified to attend.
J. W. SIMONTON,
Sept. Auditor .
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the 'Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county to make distribution among
creditors of the balance in the hands of Eli Slifer, Ad
ministrator of John Ott Roekafellow, late of the city of
Harrisburg, deceased, will attend to the duties of said ap
pointment at his office in Harrisburg, on Saturday, the
d4th day of Septhmber, 1864, at 10 o'clock., A. 31., when
and where all parties interested are notified to attend.
J. NV. SIMONTON, Auditor.
September 5,1864 .--donw3w .
CHARTRIL OP INCORPORATION.
NNOTICE is given that application for the
Incorporation.of the "First Fzee Baptist Church of
wirrisburg " has been made to the Court a Common
Pleas of Dauphin county, and filed in the office of the Pro
thonotary, and that a Charter will be granted at the next
regular term of said Court, unless cause be show' to the
contrary. By order of the Court
sep2-d3baaw] J. C. YOUSG, Prothonotary.
CHARTER Or INCORPORATION.
NOTICE is given that application for the
Incorporation of the "Calvary Freewill Baptist
Church of Harrisburg, Pa.," has.boeumade,to the Court of
Common Pleas of Dauphin county, and filed in the intim
of the Prothonotary, and that a Charter will be granted at
the neat regular term of the said Court, unless cause be
shown to the contrary. By order of the Court.
sep2-C3totinj J. 13. YOOJNG, Prothonotary.
In the matter of the settlement of John Lentz, Jr., Ad
ministrator, Sic. of John Lentz, Sr., late of Upper Paxton
township, Dauphin county, deceased, the Orphans' Court
or said county has appointed the subscriber Auditor, to
make distribution ni the estate - of said deceased to and
among his heirs and creditors ; and the Auditor bas ap
pointed MONDAY, the 17th, day of October next, at his
Mike in Harrisburg, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, for the purpose of making said distribution, when
and where all persons interested are notified to make
known their claims. JNO. ROBERTS, Auditor,
5ePter4 1 1 ,2 5. 7 , BQ* flat.
TN pursuance of an Order of the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county, will bo exposed to sale, on
bATURDAY, the 24tla day of September, at the Court
House in the city of Harrisburg, the following real estate :
A VALUABLE BULLRING LOT,
Situate in the city of Harrisburg, fronting twenty-one
feet eight inches on Third street, extending back on Kun
kel alley one hundred and thirty feet, and adjoining lot of
This property is situated about OM half square above
North street, and is one of the most desirable building lots
in the city. Late the estate of David G. May, deceased.
Sate to commence at 1 o'clock P. at. of said day, when
attendance will ho given and conditions of sale made
known, by DANIEL G. MAY,
Administrator of said deceased.
fao. REVGLAND, Clerk 0. C.
Harrisburg, dept. 2, 1864 .[sep2-deaw3w
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the estate
of John Mien, deed, late of Susquehanna township,
Dauphin county, 'Pennsylvania, having been granted to
the undersigned, notice thereof is hereby given. All per
sons having claims or demands against the estate , of the
said decedent are requested to make known the same
witkeitit delay, and those who are indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment.
aura-don- oi* ' LEVI STAHL, Administrator
'Notice to Bridge Builders
THE undersigned, Commissioners or
phin county, Pennsylvania, will receive Sealed Pro
p:Ads up to September the Slat, (Wednesday,) at two
&clear. rat., for building, superintiading and furnishing
all the materials for a new-roofed Bridge across Arm
strong creek, in Jackson township, said county, east of
Halifax, at the site referred to by the late Reports of the
Grand lowest of the county, somewhere south, or nearly
so, of Plsheraville. Said bridge to be Ibrty fact span, on
the Barr Top Arch plan, and to be as high as what t he
old bridge (now standing) is ; north aide wing wane to be
fourteen feet long, and those of the south side ten feet
long Proposals to be endorsed on the specification
wbioh may be had at the office of the County Commis
sioners at Harrisburg, on application by letter or other
wise. Letting , to be on raid day and to the lowest re
allowable bidder. HENRY ILARTmehr,
JACOB J. MILLBISB,R,
ROBERT W. M'CLIIRE,
REMAINING IN THE WAREHOUSE
HOWARD Si HOPE EXPRESS =ray.
rilliE articles described in the following
_ii_ schedule, having been consigned to the Howard at
Hope Express Company, and the consignees, after due
and legal notice, not having taken them away, nor paid
the costs and expenses of carriage, will be exposed to
public sale or outcry at the Market House, on SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 24, 1864. The sole to comMenCeat 8 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day :
1 box, Capt Jos Hutchinson 1 bdle, no name
1 box, H Morelock 1 pkge, JohnShulthonse
1 box, Peter Renshaw 1 nox, Elizabeth Wiginnitig
1 box, 11 Coughlin 1 box, 'Mr S R T Brady ..,
1 c bag, Goo L Krider 1 bottle, Chas Bucher
1 pkge, Calls M'Carty 1 box, Trios .1' Tomer
1 !idle, coat and boot aft I. box, Chas Bebekeheiser
110 Diane 1 box, G W Mapes
1 lot pipe, A L Battles 1 pkge, M. L McDonald '
1 box, no name 1 pkge, Geo T Barkhart
1 box, H G Wolf 1 box, Chas Taylor
1 box, Capt W Harland 1 trunk, J W
1 box, Geo B Daily 1 trunk, R C Bally
1 pkg, R F Leisenriug .1 box, SD Fite
rbox, J P Kohler 1 box Wm Drehel
1 box, L P Mills 1 box, ' Peter J Warts
1 box, F N Morton 1 pkge, J Vogle
1 c bag, W H. H Porter I pkge, J Yomlng
1 belle, Henry Linder I pkge, Lieut W S Boyer
1 cast, R Pittock 1 pkge, Wm Morris
1 pkge, Ceo H Russell 1 - pkge, W S King
1 pkge, Geo Voght 1 pkge, George Botchtre
1 box, B Rosencrantz 1 pke, John A Dantrich
1 box, Capt L ,if Bummed. 1 box, Patrick Flanigan
1 box, 11 A Stevenson 1 bottle, Jane Schuler
1 pkge, Wm R Moser 1 pkge, no name
1 pkge, c o d, J F Ebersole 1 wheel, Capt Dodge
1 box, A F Pennepacker 1 box, no name
1 box, Leah Lees 1 p box, Isaac Herrlnger
3 boxes, G P Hardwick I box, no name
1 box, Capt J Keim 1 pkge, B Anthony
1 box, Josiah It Brown 1 pkge, J A Nixon
1 box, Robt F Crisman 1 box, Wm L Earle
1 box, Jos Burggs 1 horn, John Newsome
I box, J E Spalding 1 box tab, Capt J J Johnsen
1 box, Capt J Detwiler 1 pkge, David Pepper
1 box, A L Bryant 1 do Wm Carlisle
1 box, John W Hopkins 1 do Elber McMiner
1 box, Mary Radabaugh 1 do Mrs S C Jones
1 pkgo , oil cloth, no name I do Louisa Bexler
1 pkge, W D Jack 1 do Aaron Schloss
1 kuap and h act, 51 Mealy 1 do Jam, a Freeborn
1 pkge, Win P Patterson 1 do Adam Wolduger
1 pkge, Josiah De Boor 1 do no name
1 a bag, no name 1 do Carl Mayer
1 pkg.., Lient R B Bally 1 do Theo Youperherst
1 c bag, Ed D Conrad 1 do John H Beryhill
1 c bag, Capt P S Willa 1 do Henry Sochi
1 coat, no name. 1 do John DiTcasho
1 ladle, Geo Hight
The above articles will be exposed to public sale, as
aforesaid, according to the provi.ions of the first section
of the act of Amenably of the Commmonweatth of Penn
sylvania, approved the 16th day of March, A. D. 1858 ;
with ad the requirements of which the Howard and Hope
Express Company have in all respects complied. The act,
of Assembly Is as follows :
"Commission merchants and factors, and all common
carries, or other persons having a lieu upon goods, wares
and merchandise, for or on account of the costs and ex
penses of carriage or storage, or any other charge arising
from the transportation, keeping, or storage of such pro,.
perty, in case tue owners or consignees shall not pay or dis
charge the amount due for such cost, expense, carriage,
storage, or other charges hereinbefore named, may, after
the expiration of ninety days from the notice hereinafter
pro; ideal, proceed to sell the same, or so much thereof es
may be necessary to discharge said lion,
at public auction:
Provided, That notice of sale shall be gives as required
I for Sheriff's Sales of personal property, and that thirty
days' notice of said lien be given to the owner or consig.aee
I of the property, if they cannot be so found, that the same
I shall be advertised weekly in some newspaper published
! in the proper city or county to which the goods, warts
lor merchandise have been consigned, for four cense=
tire weeks before the sale, the residue of money arising
from such sale, after deducting costs of transportation,
charges and storage, advertising and sale, to be held sub
ject to the order of the owner or owners of such property."
GEO, BERGNER, Agent
1 aug27-dis3 Howard and Hope Express Company.
E. C. GOBIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE IS THIRD STREET, ABOVE MARKET STREET.
W Bounties, Pensions and. Back Pay collected at lega
7eaolgr of tie Piano, Melodeon, Violin and
No. 15, THIRD STREET, BELOW MARRET
~! ~i/~: Y~ il:~ ~? 5111: i1:~
IN D. W. GMAT NEW BLOCS,
Market Street, .Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AN D . O IR 0 U'L ABS
FINE SPRING SHAWLS
Will open on the Ist of April
MR. S. A. Kusani. •
Sir take pleasure in stating that yen r "DIARRH(EA
MIXTURE" exceeds anything of the kind that I. ever
imagined. I was very much troubled with diarrhoea, and
could find nothing to help me in the least, until I took
I give you this cartidcate, hoping that, if you see proper
to use it, it MILS be the means of extending a knowledge
of the matchless value of your medicine.
Very resPectfully yours, H. B. JEFFRIES.
Fallen Timber, Cambria Co., Aug. 27, 1864.—rau30-dtf
ATEN -HORSE power steam engine and
boiler, steam pipes, water pipes, pumps and heater
complete; oscillating engine and cylinder boiler, miumfae.
lured by 'Joel Weidman, patent Unproved oscillating en
gine builder. May be seen at Canal shops, foot of Walnut
For terms, &c., enquire at Canal (Alec, Market street,
near United States Hotel.
Hamussmia, July 23, 1864
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
lAM happy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRORTLD.
These Pens are well finished, elastic, and will gire en
mul an TRY THEH.
SCREFFER'S BOOK STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
MESS BRKO and MESS PORII.---A &on,
anitgo of Moss Beef and Pork at
t t . ( attouessors to WmDock, jr., & Co.)
SMOKED SALMON.-FINE SMO :
SALMON, just received at
SHISLER & FRIaMt"
febß Opommoore to Wm Dock. Jr.. k Co.)
PICKTYS PICKLES 1 !
no2By the barrel, halt barrel,
BYB d R o &1 10g
BEEF TONGUES.- - -t:Fitelargebeef tongues,
cured by J.H. gichener & Co.and for ale by
SUTS&A & FRAZER,
...cceasors to W. flock, Jr., & Co.
CIDER VINEGAR—Pure Cider Vinegar
can be bought by the barrel or small quataity, at
Via BOYER & KM:RYER.
TUT received, this morning, Michener &
if Co., Fresh Smoked Hama, Beef and Tongues, at
mg° SHISLER & FRAZER,
NEW FISH..—New 1 and 2 Mackerel
In barrels, half barrels and Ititts, and by the pound,
at [aug@] . SRISLER ar FRAZER.
A NEW SUPPLY of FRESH SM ®KI
RAMS, just received this morning, at
SUMER k FRAZIER.
Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co •
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR said COI
NEAL always on hand, or the best quality, at
BOYCR Ar. KOEAP
EXTRA WHITE WHEAT FLOUII.;--Se
looted White Wheat Family Flour just received
and for sale at SEMLER is FRAZER,
jyg Successors to W. Doak, Jr., tic Co
SUGARS, SYRUPS, TEAR, COFFEE, o.
all grades and priors, at •
SEM= & FRAZSft,
aaccessora to W.De .. Jr._, & Co.
Dealers in pine Glrooariea
A LL kinds of hauling with 'wagons or darts
..LX, will be promptlydone by calling on '
JACOB BRKLNINER, • -
corner of Second sweet and Meadow Lane.
.ECONOMY MESS SHAD.—We received a
fresh lot this morning, at
sepls BOYER &KF.EFEE'S.
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL
TWENTY-NINTH NIGHT OF
buses Star Combination Company,
buses Star Combination Company,
Rouses Star Combination Company,
Last appearance al -
M. 1% Frank Drew
This evening will be presented the great dramas of
Ii 1P VAN WINKLE ;
A LEGEND OF THE CATSKILL!
The Robber's Wife !
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 17, 1864
First appearance of
Miss Bella Golden !
Kr For further particulars see programme
New National Theatre
New National Theatre !
COR. OF NORTH SECOND AND SOL•TUTH STS.
Sole Lessee and Manager, - E. MARMLN
Stage Manager, - MAMMY GILBERT
The Great Play of Retribution
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 17, 1861,
The performance will commence with Tom Taylor's
COUNT PAWL!, - - - EDWIN MARBLE
CL.ARISSA, Miss M DAY.
BALLAD, (Be'oved Star) Miss M. LEHMAN
COMIC SONG, - JOHN COLLINS.
To conclude with the Eoaring Comedy of
TIMOTHY TOODLES, - - HARRY a/LBERT
ON MONDAY EVENING,
KISS MAJOR PAULINE CUSHMAN !
Famous Union Spy and Scout !
Ihr For further particulars, see programme.
PRICES OF ADMlSSlON.—Parquette, 50 cents; Gal
lery, 25 cents; Orchestra Chairs, 51 00; Private Boxeli,
$5 and $lO.
Doors open at 7%. Curlaiu rises at 8 o'clock.
Box Office open trorn 10 till 12 e. 2., and from 2MI 4
e. se., when seats ran be reserved without extra charge,
and kept until end of first act.
rpmco, company consists of the best btar
formers, consisting of
The managers takes pleasure is announcing that they
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS & CO., Proprietor
BILLY PORTER, Business Agent. augild
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
Leader of Orchester
OPEN every uight with a first--tame COM
party of male and female artistes. Tim perform
ance embraces every variety of legitimate amusement,
DIIRLESQUEB, AND JESTS.
Admission, 25 cents. Seats in private boxes 50 cents.
Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock.' iyilldtr
Wanted Immediately !
AGOOD COOK, at the Restaurant under
Herr's Hotel. [sepB.tr
ARPENTERS, Cabinet Makers, Machin
ists and Moulders wanted, at the EAGLE, WORKS .
aug2o-dlm , r] W. 0. HIUKOK.
ASSESSMENT OF DELDILAGES.
PIIRSUANT to an order of the Court of
Quarter cessions of Dauphin county. notice is here ,
by given to the Couunissioncis oi.innt county, and to the
property-holders uls,ng tae line tie out ...treat, from Pas.
ton street to Hanna street, in the city of Harrisburg, that
upon the petition of the President of Council of sold city,
the Court has appointed six viewers to assess the damages
caused by the opening of said street, and that they will
proceed to assess said damages on TUESDAY; September
20th next, at 10 o'clock, a. at., at which time all parties
interested may appear upon the ground if they think
proper. JOHN W. BltuWN, City Eolicitor.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MRS. J. HIBBS, at No. 8 Market Square,
next door to Felix's Confectionery, keeps constant
ly un hand the latest styles of Bonnets, Hats, Ruches,
Flowers, !libber's, dr.c., together with aline assortment or
Dress Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Collars, Cults,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves and Variety olls in
All the latest Designs of Dress Patterns direct from the
New York Bazaars. Dress and Cloak making neatly exe
cuted. Thankful for the patronage bestowed since her
opening, she trusts, by a strict attention to business and
her endeavors to give general satisfaction, to continue to
receive a share of the public patronage, jyl-43m
THAT extensive and finely located HOTEL
STAND, at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and
boas street, Harrisburg. It is entirely new, and in the
midst of the most thriving portion of the city, and fronts
on both of the above named streets. It contains sixty
spare rooms and all of the most improved =mem hotel
appliances—cooking-ranges, hot and cold water for baths,
The basement is large, commodious, and one of the best
in the city for a Restaurant. For information, address or
apply to OLIVER EDWARDS, Agent,
Sept. 3, 1.864.—(5ep3-linj for GEO G. KEN M.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
ritETsubscriber offers for sale a 'valuable
avern Stand, situate on the Lancaster turnpike, in
We borough of Middletown, consisting of a large two-stOfy
Brick Hotel, extensive stabling and all other necessary
Also, two adjoining lots, having erected on each a two
story frame dwelling.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned, on the
the premises. SAIPLIEL DSTIVkIi
QIJEENS and GLASSWARE, a well se
lected assortment, just received, of the latest styles
iYis BOTER & KOMPEFL
ASMALL but superior lot of HONEY, just
received, at SIIISLEtt & IiZAZEIVS,
NEW BOOK S.-THE SHOULDER
DAYS OF 'SHODDY
J ust , rece i v ed et Idel8) BOWYER'S BOOKSTORE.
WiS SHAD and FINE NEW MACK.
nn, just received, at
Foy_Solis or Exchangel
in In dians ,
A o tchcle an e a F e alim (prairie
August 20, 1864.-sIM-dlni•
LOTS for sale on the corner a TACtmd
Broodi draft Enquire of WM. 41 Ma EN
QPICED OYSTRAS.;:zaitra e tiltjmore
.1 1 / 4 -1 Oysters, spiced, Jut received at
v 1.3 + BOY ER & KORRPER:
PURE SWEET OTDER received to
ROYER ar. ,
J. a DONNELL
BOY= & KOERPISR.