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WEDNESIM EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, ISM
'rows AND COUNTRY.
MILITARY RELIEF Finn.—The regular
monthly payment to the families of volun
teers will be made on Friday afternoon, the
Dcl inst, at the Sheriff's office, in the Court
House, left hand side, between the hours of
rozir and six. Owing to the fact that a large
'umber of names are alike, it would be well
for each applicant to mention the fall given
untie of their husband, in order to prevent
mistakes an exedite business.
GEORGE BERGNER, Pres't.
). EDWARDS, Sec'y.
Two HUNDRED condemned Government
horses will be. sold at Altoona to-morrow,
Olin market, this morning, was well attend-
L supply of produce was unusually
large, and in some instances prices were lower
than on last market day.
ir is reported that there wilt soon be au ad
vance made on the present rates of freight,
bah Eastern and Western bound. How much
the advance will be we are not advised.
PLESONAL. - W. D. Brown, Esq., member
of the late Legislature, and who has been re
nominated, is in this city, and reports the
Vnion cause in a flourishing condition in his
SINGULAR PHENOMENON. —Very early on
Wednesday morning last a singular phenom
enon was witnessed at Johnstown. One of
the papers published at that place says : " A
bow, to all appearance a rainbow, arched over
the town in all its splendor. That which
makes it remarkable is that the sun was not
then shining, and the bow extended in a direc
tion from due east to west.
ATTEND TO THE ASSEIKENTS.—Let no Union
soldier lose his vote because of the neglect or
indifference of his friends at home. Have
your son, brother, or neighbor assessed with
out delay, pay his county tax of ten cents, and
send the evidence thereof at once to him by
mail—together with the Union ticket, or a
list of the Union nominations. Careful at
tention to this matter will give us hundreds
of votes in Dauphin county that would other
wise be lost. Union men! do at least this
much for the brave men who are fighting the
battles of the free !
THE MANUFAETIME OF VINEGAR.--The Com
missioner of Internal Revenue has decided
that all manufacturers of vinegar from an al
coholic base obtained by distilling, though
the product be far below proof, is to all in
tents and purposes a distiller, and subject to
all the provisions of the internal revenue act
relative to that class of persons. The rise of
vinegar made by this process comes directly
within the last provision of the 55th section
of that act, and the Solicitor of the Treasury,
has decided that the product of all such dis
tillations below proof should be assessed on
the wine gallon.
TO-NIGHT there will be a grand performance
at Rouse's Theatre (Brant's Hall,) on which
occasion the beautiful musical comedy, enti
tled THE CHILD OF THE REGIMENT, OF The
Fortunes of War, will be presented for the
first time in this city. The charming Bella
Golden will appear as Josephine, the Child of
the Regiment, and will sing six popular songs.
In this great character she will be sustained
by the Star Combination Company. The per
formance will conclude with an original three
act drama entitled Our. GERMAN COUSIN, in
which Mr. D. L. Morris, the great German
delineator, will appear as Hans Von Slitzen
heimer. Meeker, Rouse, and the whole com
pany will appear. Go to Brant's Hall to
night and get the worth of your money.
THE COPPERHEADS of Harrisburg are subject
to many strange revulsions of feelings, as the
surging of war rolls backward and forward.
A day or two since, when they heard of the
success of the rebel cattle-stealers in carrying
off a large Government herd, the Cops were
extravagantly elated, and showed their joy in
applauding the skill of the chivalry. But
while the vipers were warming themselves in
the reflection produced by the success of the
cattle-thieves, the news of Sheridan's opera
tions came upon them like a thunder-clap.
The change in Copperhead circles was "pain
ful." Sheridan's victory actually spoiled all
their rejoicing. It was a wet blanket to Cop
THAT there is a combination among the
venders of produce to keep up high prices,
there. can be no doubt. This morning we
noticed an instance in which there was suf
ficient evidence to convince those present of
the above fact, and although a comparatively
small item in the line of marketing, it will
serve to illustrate the truth of our assertion.
At a stand in the lower market house a lot of
line grapes were offered at ten cents per quart
when market opened. Presently a represen
tative from another stand passed along, in
quired the price of the grapes, and stated that
she was selling a, similar article at fifteen cents
per quart. Immediately the price of the ten
cent grapes was advanced to. fifteen, thus
adding largely to the receipts of the party
offering them for sale. We have witnessed
similar proceedings on other occasions, fre
Cos ltEreu, Blzacuarrs, while all a very
clever set of men, are not as consistent in their
mode of doing business as they might be, in
order to preserve their reputation as Christians
and patriots. For instance : When gold was
rising higher and HIGHER each day,every time a
buyer entered a provision, furnishing, grocery,
dry goods or hardware store, he was blandly
informed, if he complained of the high price
of goods, that "gold has gone up." This was
the magic explanation deemed potent by all
retail men, in Justification for high priCes. It
mattered not how long a certain article was in
the warehouse or on the shelves of the re
tailer, or how low he bought it, he deemed
himself justified in taking advantage of the
rise of gold to run his goods up to fabulous
if not fraudulent rates. The situation is now
changing. Gold is going down. But the re
tailer is marvellously reticent. You can buy
mackerel, cod-fish, sugar, molasses, tape,
muslin, ten:penny nails or crow bars, grind
stones and barlow knives, still the retailer
has nothing to say about the fall of gold as he
stiffens his price. Come, gentlemen, be con
sistent. Your conduct in taking advantage of
the rise of gold was doubtless legitimate. But
to lee-fair and honorable, and maintain -your
eberaeter. ea Christian men, you should also
fall in the price of your goods with the price:
1g.A 1 .4 4 0 V`;S-SIBRAT
Fuss Antes Gasivolizsiz.—The copperheads
of Harrisburg were nestled together last even
ing,'and had a hissing time in their sympathiz
ing efforts to bolster up their flagging hopes of
success at the approaching elections. The
Court House bell had been ringing for an unu
sual length of time and yet the " unterrified"
were few in, numbers. Senator (?) Dan. Boas,
who waste be the leading spirit of the occa
sion, was the very picture of despair and per
plexity for two reasons: the meeting was any
thing but a success, and the Senator (?) had
likewise heard from Sheridan. Yes, the Senator
(?) had all his " store-clothes " on, and really
anticipated a good time generally, but alas for
misfortunes, they fell upon his devoted head
thick and fast, and he became gloomy, dispirited
and chagrined. The. Court House bell rang
the second and third times; people wondered
what it meant; honest and faithful Republi
cans crowded in by scores to see what was
going on, and finally the room' became about
two-thirds full. Senator (?) Dan in his wor
riment refused to organize the meeting, and
passed the responsibility over to the virgin
Joe—the Third street substitute and bounty
broker. Joe did the thing up elegantly. He
had a sore spot, and a healing plaster pre
sented itself to view. The ex-Governor was
present, all smiles and urbanity, dying for a
chance to see his name heralded as the Presi
dent of a "big meeting," and an opportunity
to give vent to the pent-np. treason of his bo
som. But Joe couldn't see it, he owed the
veteran one, and he was determined to pum
mel him. He moved that the Fourth ward
Alderman, Magbnighlin, act as President, and
lo! how the countenance of the old man fell;
but " discretion was the better part 'of valor,"
and he said and did nothing but look daggers,
while Joe was all smiles.
The virgin Joe and the fascinating Jim had
the audacity to be candidates for delegates to
the County Convention against the venerable
ex-Governor and his colleagues, and met the
mortification of an unexpected but overwhelm
ing defeat. Jim charged Joe with being a
"drag," and Joe retaliated by declaring that
Jim was too much of a burden to carry. Had
Jim made a run on the Canterbury ' sweets,"
and Joe on the Fifth Ward House, success
might have crowned their pleasure.
Well, the meeting was called to order, and
the veritable Joe again announced a long list
of Vice-Presidents and Secretaries. The Presi
dent invited them to take seats by him, but
lo! few of them were present, and none of
them agreeable. The invitation was repeated
several times, and yet they did'nt come. The
audience began to cough. and the President
put on his dignity and called to Joe for the
list of officers, which he read in a stentorian
voice, and in a dictatorial manner commanded
them to appear. Two of them finally came
forth ; but nary Secretary. The elected Secre
taries were again called by name ; but it was
like calling " spirits from the vasty deep ;"
they came not. The President finally fixed his
eye upon two persons and commanded them
to act as Secretaries, and they tremblingly
came forth as lambs to the slaughter. The
President, who must have been sleeping, or in
a trance ever since the adjournment of the
Chicago Convention, arose in his dignity and
announced that "this meeting has been called
to ratify the nominations of the Chicago Con
vention," apparently oblivious of the fact that
the ratification meeting had been held here
about ten days ago. The audience laughed
the second time, and subsided into silence.
A committee was requested to wait upon the
speakers and invite them to be present. The
question was asked, "Who are they ?" The
response was, "I don't know, but they are
distinguished speakers." The committee was
appointed, and during their absence, there
was silence in the Court House for the spare '
of half an hour—yes, painful, mournful silence.
The committee at last appeared with three
. distinguished speakers, who were picked up
atter a long and weary search.
The first speaker .was a young man from
Carlisle, who had his speech written out and
well committed.: He gave us a little of his
school-boy learning, and assured the audience
that he had read a little Grecian history. He
spoke of Philip of Macedon, of the threatened
liberties of Athens and. the patriotism and
powerful eloquence Of Demosthenes. He
thought the Administration had usurped
power, and the time had come when the
"faithful" should return to the flesh pots of
of Egypt. We will let him down easy. He
spoke about ten minutes, and his speech was
as pointless as it was brief. '
The next speaker was the youthful Senator
from Clearfield. His boyish style and recourse
to notes had a chilling effect upon the audi
ence. His speech had forty-seven points, or
rather heads, or headis, all of which were
folded up in the palm of his hand, and to
which he had recourse forty-eight times. Bat
the forty-eighth point was not there, and he
concluded to subside. He was in favor of the
Democratic party making this campaign an ag
gressive one, instead of acting upon the de
fensive. He thought it was much easier to
attack Mr. Lincoln than to defend Gen. 111'-
4:Mellen, and he said if the energies of the party
would be bent •in that direction, they would
accomplish more. He said the Abolition party
were in favor of "war to the knife, knife to
the elbow, and elbow to the heart—they are in
favor of directly the opposite. He said they
were in favor of peace, and that an early and a
speedy peace. He said the only way to crush
this "cruel war" is to conoilitate the "con
federates;" by fighting them, we will never gain
their good will, but always their displeasure.
He was for peace and the Democratic party,
and its - nominees are for peace.. We would
thank the Senator to repeat his, speech all
lover the country, and the result will be many
hundreds added to our usual majority. Come
soon again, Mr. Wallace; truly we will wel
The next speaker was "mu distinguished
Congressman," who walked arotind the bar a
number of times, and stood up repeatedly to
attract attention. The whole audience saw
him, but somehow didn't exactly appeciate
him. After the Senator concluded, loud and
repeated calls were made for Lambertcm. Our
Congressman stood up, but yet the calls wero
Lamberton. But Bobert didn't appear.
Scree faint voice in a distant corner of the room
called Miller, and lo ! William Henry Harrison
appeared at the first and only call. It was
cruel, however, to call him out, as he was so
"unwell." He has been "drowning" his grief
ever since the nomination of honest George,
of Lewisburg, and the meeting of the con
ferees last evening, and his own re nomination,
because nobody else would take it, drowned
him still more. He was entirely too "unwell"
to speak; he was afflicted with a dizziness of
the head and a weakness of - the kness. But
the hero of Briar Hill spoke, and his audience
dwindled to a corporal's guard. The next time
William Henry speaks, we would advise the
doors to be closed in order to prevent the
dear peoPle from
What a glorious copperhead' gathering—
one half the , audience Republicans, and the
other half cdd and gloomy, but how could it
be otherwise? There was not a single flag in
the hall; nothing whatever even to symbolize
the emblem of our nationality, unless you
consider the face's red from brandy, white
from rage and blue from chagrin,as indicative
of the colors of our glorious old. flag. . But
two 15111diers were present, and they left early,
thoroughly, disgusted with the blatant treason•
of the speakers. - The name of the gallant
Sheridan was not mentioned, and no allusion
whatever made to his glorious victory in the
Shepard* Vallery:: The names of the vic
torious Grant,' of Hier Sherman and
of the gallant Hancock were never once men:
dotted, • and' why? beoause those -kialkioti9
Democrats had antiOrMaxiliAi Lincoln w° ll4l
be re-elected, and that his re-election would
be the only salvation to the country. It is
indeed a - fearful thought to consider that
we have a political party among us whose
only hope of success is the defeat of our ar
mies in the field. The people, however, are
opening their eyes to the direful consequences,
and each day brightens the certainty of Lin
coln's glorious and triumphant re-election.
Soin ars PoNms —Mr. Rouse, manager of
the theatre, disposed of his beautiful ponies
yesterday, Mr. Kahnwiler being the purchaser.
The price paid was $6OO.
&mu= Fram.— In compliance with an order
of General Couch, a national salute was fired
at noon to-day in. Fort Washington, in honor
of the victory gained by General Sheridan.
Anna:Ea.—A salute was also fired from
Capitol Hill this afternoon in honor of Sheri
dan's victory, which, we rejoice to learn,. is
more brilliant than was at first reported.
DISTRESSING ACCIDENT. An accident oc
curred on the Pennsylvania railroad, near,
Thompsontown, this morning—the fast line
east having rim into a freight train. A num
ber of persons are reported to have been
killed. In the absence of reliable information
we forbear giving publication to the various
rumors that are afloat. We will give a detailed
account as soon milt can be obtained.
LATER. —Among the killed is John Muni
son, conductor. He was a citizen of Colum
One of the cars caught fire, and a number
of persons were burned to death. Extensive
preparations have been made in this city to
receive the wounded.
: We will endeavor to give the particulars of
this horrible affair to-morrow.
DARING Rosman—Three Thousand Dollars
Worth of Goods Stolen—One of the most dar
ing robberies ever perpetrated in this city
oecurred last night, it is supposed between
'l2 and 2 o'clock. The store of Daniel Ep
pley & Co., on Market Square, was broken into,
and their entire stock of black and fancy dross
Bilks, black alpaccas, Irish linen, a large
quantity of kid gloves, Waterloo, double
black and other shawls, contained in the store,
besides an assortment of fancy dress goods
on exhibition in the front windows, were
stolen. The thieves (it is supposed that there
were more than one) first entered the stable
in the rear of Cathcart's store, by breaking
the fastenings, passed into the yard of the
. premises, then crossed two fences, and
entering the lot occupied of Mr. Eppley, pro
ceeded to the rear door of the store, where
they by means of an iron bar broke off a large
padlock and effected an entrance into the
store. Two tallow candles, partly consumed,
lead to the belief that the thieves had sup
plied themselves with this article and did not
light the gas. A number of empty boxes
were left upon the floor, and a quantity of
hose scattered through the room. The desk
was forced open by means of small irons
which were left in the store, and
thoroughly overhauled. The robbers took
the most valuable goods, and succeeded in re
moving them without being observed. This
.morning an alley door leading into the rear of
Cathcart's from the front, was found to be
open, as was a gate between Cathcart's and
Eppley s, and it is probable that the stolen
booty was removed by that route.. The loss
of Messrs. Eppley & Co. amounts to about
three thousand dollars. They offer a reward
of two hundred dollars for the detection of
the thieves and the recovery of the goods.
Mr. George Carl (blacksmith) has identi
fied a portion of the implements used by the
robbers as his property, they having been
taken from his shop
At Rome and Abroad.
The 211th Pennsylvania regiment was or
ganized at Camp Reynolds, near Pittsburg, a
day or two ago.. The following is the list of
field and staff officers : Colonel, James H.
Trimble ; Lieutenant Colonel, J. Dodd; Maj.,
A. A. Meehling; Adjutant, T. Smith.
Colonel S. L. Brown, of the 115th Pennsyl
regimenk has been promoted to the
rank of Brigadier General.
,'The new Catholic church in Johnstown will
be dedicated on Sunday next.
Yesterday a son of Rev. A. C. Ehrenfelt, of
Johnstown, slipped under the fly-wheel of a
rolling-mill, and was seriously injured, one of
his legs being horribly mangled, (causing am
putation necessary,) and the other considers- ,
bly torn. His recovery is doubtful. His age is
about 17 years.
Mr. Samuel Rabb, a wealthy citizen of Al
sace township, Barks county, committed sui
cide on Friday morning by cutting his throat.
Cause not known.
THE VaLtur or DEATH. —The Shenandoah
KILLED—An Irishman named Dennis Fer
ris, of Cambria City, was killed in one of the
company's mines last Wednesday.
REBEL SONG Or THE FoTims —My Nary
A Friendly Confab between
Sally and Flora.
REPORTED BY MIMICS, WIIO OVERILEARD IT ALL
"How are you, Miss Flora, the belle of Broadway,
With your silks and your satins, and flowers so gay—
Your new-style cloak of frosted ray—
Your waterfall hat, like Niagara's spray—
Where did you get them, and what-did you pay?
Oh! derv, those fine trimmings of Velvet and green,
Are flt to adorn the robes of a queen—
They are the loveliest I ever have seen!
Such a love of a hat as that, I declare,
Ought to make the Jones House officers stare,
Whether young or old;
But do tell me, Flora, if my friendship is dear,
That I may in similar attire appear,
Where such things are sold!'
"well, Sally, I'm not very selfish, you know—
And never have but one string to my bow—
So 'twill give me great pleasure, my dear, to impart
A secret that will thrill and gladden your heart,
At a time when gold has reached a fabulous price,
Ii takes a pile of greenback to get anything nice,
Even front , city maul of trade.
But youieed not go so far as that, my dear,.
So long rte, vie have fashion's bazaar might here,
Where all such thing, made.:
At Mrs. Mayer's blue front, N 0.13 'market:street,
You will find an assortment fall and complete,
Of the finest fall geode; •
Cloaks, Mantillas, Bonnets, and fancy Stoves,
Ribbons, flowers, trimmings, and the prettiest bats,
. : Together with nublas and hoods.
But this is not all, a thousand things more
Grace the shelves of the blue front store.
It is there that ladies resort by the score,
And gain ingress and egress in sections four,
do great is the crowd, •
All anxious and eager to see the fall styles,
Arranged in box-es, and bundles, and piles,
Just arrived from France and Great Britain's isles,
And are lovingly longed for with maidenly smiles.
By the meek and the proud.
But, Sally, dear, I would have you to know,
That Mrs. Mayer's prices are exceedingly low,
And this is the secret of the constant Sow,
Of custom—not confined to the high or low,
Bat by people of every station,
The fabrics are the best the market affords,
And all that with beauty and fashion accords ;
'Cheaper than its cheapest'—these are the words
That cause almost an ovation."
Remember Mrs. Mayer's sales rooms, No.
18 Market street, where all the Paris, London
an New York fall styles of Cloaks, Circular,
&agues, Mantillas, Bonnets, Mats, Hoop
Skirts, Woolen Goods, and Ladies' Faney
Goods of all kinds have just been received;
are now open for inspeCSort, and will be sold
ail cheap as they can be bought at retail in the
Atlantic cities; if not cheaper. Call anti see.
licßarna's King of Pain,' the only remedy in
the world that will give instant relief.
Sold by S. A. KUNKEL, & BRO.
CAMPAIGN MEDAL& —The best assortment
in the city--correctlikenesses of the Presiden
tial candidates at Elms' variety store, Third
street, between Market and . Walnut
Mcßarok's King of Pain, a sure and certain
cure for headache and toothache.
Lour—On Friday night, three first . , rate
cows, one of them large and red; another
black and white spotted, and the third red and
white. Any person giving infOrmation Con
cerning their whereabout will be paid for their
trouble—at Jacob Beugel's, on Ridge Road.
Mcßarom's King of Pain, should be kept in
every family. Remember sole agents,
S. A. KUNKEL, & BRO.
No. 118, Market street.
Da. M'Bsion's King of Pain should be kept
in every family. Will cure Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache in three minutes. Diarrhmo,
Bloody Flux, pain in the Back and Side,Lailam
matt= of the Kidneys and Liver Complaint
and Palpitation of the Hemet. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
All orders froma distance promptly attended
McBEWE's Ring of Pain, a positive cure for
fever and ague.
PURE VEGETABLE TONIC.
THE most healthy persons feel more or leas
weak this extreme warm weather, and lose their ap
petite. They need a good strong Tonic—one that will
strengthen the nervous system and stomach. This they
can get at 50 cents per bottle, at Mrs. L. Ball's, No. 27,
South Pine street, Harrisburg. Orders from a distance
promptly attended to. • augl
HAIR. DYEE, i HAIR DYE!!
. Batcheloes Celebtsobed. Hair 133. - •
IS THE BEST ar THE WORLD. '
The only Harm/au :rue and : .11,04.41 , Dye Snokon.
This splendid Hair lye is perfect—clumges Red. Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Moray Black or Natural/Omni
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiful; imparts fresh vitality, frequently
restoring its prllitine color, and rectifies the ill effects of
bad Dyes. The genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCH
ELOR. All others are mere imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, &o Factory—sl BAR
CFAY ST, N. Y.
BAUM:LOIN 5111 , TOLLS! OMAN 105 DiIIIMING THE HAIL
SOLDIERS. TARE IT WITH YOU
The greatest trouble to persons in the Army, especially
in this season, is . Dysentery, which (by death or by disa
bility) weakens the service more than the Rebels do.
Very many have found, upon trial, the DYSENTERY
DROPS are among the very best prerenfatiser and cures
that are to be had. Every officer and. every soldier
should carry it with him, and thereby reasonably insure
himself against a great danger. It is prepared In Harris
burg by HRS. L. BALL, at 27 Pine street, between Second
and Front. Take a phial with you. Price 25 cents.
Military Business attended To
Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, Subsidence and Military
and War Claims, generally, made out and collected. Per
sons residing at a distance can have their business trans
acted by mail, by addressing
third street, Rarriabarn. Pa
STOCKINGS ! STOCKINGS ! STOCKINGS !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM THE FACTORY,
50 doz of heavy white ribbed Cotton Stockings, 50 cts
50 doz of white ribbed Cotton Stockings, 75 cm
25 doz blue, mixed and grey Woolen Stockings, 75c
50 doz of Woolen Stockings, all colors and prices
White Cotton Stockings,good and heavy, all prices •
We have the largest assortment of Hosiery in Harris.
burg, for Ladies , and Men's wear,
10 pieces of Black Cloth for Cloaks, all pri ces
20 pieces of Black Silk, all prices:.
1 piece of Eztra heavy Black Silk, best quality
10 pieces of New Style Plaid Drew Goods .
6 pieces of Black Bombazine, best quality
3 pieces of Black French Merino
2 pieces of Black Canton Cloth, finest quality •
Black Alpaccas, all qualities and prices : - • - ,
Plain Paramattas in brown, blue upd purple.
Paramattas in black, stone color and green
All Wool Do Wiles, in brown, blue and green
Marseilles Quilts, Napkins tuna flue Linen
Yellow, red and flue white Flannel
60 pieces of 'Reached Muslin at GO etc ; worth 75 eta.
We have now In Store a Complete Assortment of ALL
KINDS OF DRY GOODS, which we, will C 10613 out at less
than wholesale prices. [Sept]. S. LEWY.
Kromer's Cup 1144 1 .0 Hair Dye
DO CENTS BOX.
Boxes larger , than Dyes that sell for $l.
NATURAL, DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL.
Wens/arra° to please. ThiS article has been
thoroughly tested by Da Ozuvrox of New
York, and Professors Booth and Garrett of
Philadelphia, who pronotmce it free from all
poisonous ingredients, and the material com
posing it will not input)_ the most delicate
hair. Sold by Druggists and. Fancy Goods
JNO. J. KRONER, 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 sent to any address.
For sale by all respectable druggists in the
United States and Canadas. Price al per box,
or packages of six boxes for $5.
JNO. J. B.RODEER, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Rand's Specific.
The oldest and most reliable medicine for
the cure of Spermaorhoea, Seminal Weakness,
Loss of Power, &c. This medicine has stood
the test of over thirty years, and has always
proved a success.
Dr. BAND'S SPEOLVIC is esldbited 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 SPEOVIO of Dr. Rand is
not intended as an evacuating medicine. Its
medicinal virtues are expended entirely upon
the impaired regenerative organs. The pills
are not ruipleasant to the taste, and many
persons masticate them with impunity 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.
BROKER, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Steam Weekly to LiverpooL
MOUGIEUNG at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har-
A. bor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool,
Now York. and Philadelphia Steamship eamPal/Y, are I,l '
tended to sail as follows: - -
ReiburlM, Saturday; September 10 ; City of Wash
ington, Saturday, September 17 ; City of ManeheSter, Sat,
urday, September 24, and every succeeding Saturday, at
Noon, from Pier 44, North River.
RAM Or PASSAGE, .
PATADLI IS GOLD, oft ITO zotrormaterr to maws=
MEET CAM 9811 00 MOULAGE ... 980 00
do to London 86 00 do to London .—..
d 0 70 NAB ''• 95 00 do to Porte 40 00
do to Eautburo.. .90 00 do to Ilamborg... •87 00
Peilengero oleo ibrwardw. to lime, Bremen:ltotter
_tke.,e6 low Mew
Fern fr om Ideate* or we: let Cabin, $76,
9 50 _ I MO& Eteereop, , $B6. l• who wish to weld for
mew mode two buy tickets hers at Uwwentter r• -
For further: Informetteo apply't the Oomplay a Mew
JOANinnIERMAN G. D diotet, 26 Broadwah N. Z.. 4 : , r
On T.leeaclay, September 27th, 1864,
•• - •
THsubscriber sell on: the premises, in:
lllper Allen toweattfit,•Cumberlwed_vunty, Pa, on
the road leading from Idaylanninaborg to thustirg, one
and a half miles southwest of the former, place, the bellow
ing valuable real estate :
No. I—A tract of . land, well lirpow.n- as, the-Reserve
Farm, containing 77 acrts:allditifgli stateoectritivation,
having recently been limed, and under good fencing. The
improvements consist of a lar-ge
TWO-STORY BRICK. HOUSE,
With kitchenand wash-house, largeßank-barn, of modern
style, and all necessary outbuildings The bitildings are
all nearly new, having been built, within .s few years.
Thera Is a well of excellent water, and tkvo :cisterns—ono
at the barn and one at the Rouse. 'There is also a splen
did young Apple Orchard, in fine bearing 'contiltioa,. with
peaches, pears, plums and grapes, iii'eetit.y,ariety, orrthe
This is in every respect a superior prb arty, and its
nearness to Mechanicsbarg, with all its other 'facilities.
renders it one of the most dirable homes tin Cumberland
No. 2—A tract of limestone land, adjoining the 'above,
containing '24 acres, of excellent quality, and under good
fencing, The improVements are a.
TWO•STORY FRAME ROUSE,
With kitchen, Wash-house, Bank-barn, and other neces
sary:outbuildings, all newly erected, This property is
suitable for a retired farmer, who wishestliecoriventerteee
of a farm on a small compass. Its nearness to the above
77 acres, will enable the owner to offer it as a separate
home, or an entire tract of 101 acres, it It Is found to suit
the purchaser. It will be offered in both ways.
Persons desiring to view the property previous to the
sale, will please call on the undensignedi residing In Me
Sale to commence at 4 o'clock r when terms will
be made known by - r. H. LONG.
Fall and Winter Trade!
e 7 - CLOAKS,
4r 4. 1 AND MOURNING
BALMORALS AND SCARFS!
The Largest and best seleotecl stock in this city
New Cloak- Store,
IN D. GROSS' NEW BLOCK,
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OF
Wearasurorr Cur, September 2, 1864.
Will be sold at Public Auction,lo the highestbidder, ut
the time and places named. belovr,.yis
York, Pa., Thursday, Sept. 15,1864.
Altoona, Pa., Thursday, Sept. 22, 1864.
Lebanon, l'a., Thursday, -Sept. 20, 1864.
TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES AT
Those Horses have been condemned as anat for the
cavalry service of the army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains may
be had. . .
Horses sold singly. •
Trans—Cash, in United Stater; currency.
JAMES A. ERIN,
Colonel First Division,
seps4ao2Bl Quartermaster General's Moe.
PRovarr Martamu.'s Ormes,
/4TH DISTRICT OF PRVISITATANI4,
llstmematet, September 8,1884.
The following notice is published for the information of
all interested :
Volunteers will be accepted and counted on the quotas
of the present call, up to the last practical moment before
the drafted men are accepted and sent to the rendezvous.
Townships and which have not tilled their
quotas aro urged to do so at once.
All time that can. possibly be given, will be allowed,
but the draft will commence as soon - after the sth of Sep
tember as practicable.
Credits will be given, and 'Government bounty paid to
volunteers until further orders,
By order of Capt. RICHARD L DODGE,
• A.: A. P. M. General
• Captain and A. A. A. General.
JOHN SAY CLEMENT,
Captain and Provost Marahall.4th District of Penna.
Harrisburg, August 31, 1861. Sept 5
Fever and. Ague!
G now on hand a largee.SUpply,of
my SPIRITUAL - PILLSsa - certain - Ourefor -thrFe
ver and Ague—l offer them to the public either wbolesale
or retail. They arc perfectly simple and safe—free from
poisons, and will in all cases effect a cure, or the money
My GOLDEN ELECTEM OlL—a certain , and , elective
Careful* Diptheria, 'Sore Throat, ctn. How many precithis
lives might have been saved by the use of my ELECTRIC
OIL I will guarantee to cure the worst cases of Dipthe
ria. THE GKEATEET FAMILY. MEDICINE IN THE
WORLD I The Poet' cured without charge.
agr EDITORS noticing the Golden Oil, I will send them
a bottle free by express. W. 'l3Atltlt;
Next door to First,National Bird, Harrisburg.
The Trumpet of 'Freedom
ACOLLECTION OF NATIONAL AND
PATRIOTIC SONGS, Duets, Trios and Quartettes,
HOKE SONGS, ac.,
Being, as a whole; the
BEST COLLECTION OF WAR SONGSPUBLISHED,
FOR SOLDER . = &1D THEIR FRIERDS AT HORN.
The publishers Gime ' , •
An immense edition to meet a demand unprecedented by the
sate of any similar work.
Price 40 cents, on receipt of - which it will: be mailed,
post paid, to any address. Just publishedby
OLIVER, DIMON tk CO., Publishers,-277 Washington
?or sale by - B. GOULD, - Philadelphia.
Nat, FICE, •
19s811LIGTMI City,Anklat 31,1864.
HORSES 1 bI ORSES I
• Horses suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service will be
purchased at Giesboro Depot, in open market till October
Horses will be delivered tO Captain L. Lowry Moore A.
Q. M., and be subjected to the usual Government inspect
tion before being accepted.
• ' Price of Cavalry Horses,' $176 each.
Price of Artidery Horses, $lllO each. '
Payment will be made for six (6j and more.
JAMES A. MIN,
Colonel First Division,
5ep54.11 Quartermaster General's Office.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that in
pursuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylvania,
passed the first day of June, 1839, the stockholders of the
Franklin Bank, of Washington, Penna., will apply to the
next 80881011 of the Legislature for a renewal of its city
ter with an increase of its capital from $150,000 to
sado,ooo. C. if . RICBD, President
Wassmoros, PA., June 24:. 18 6 4. i 527
LEA & PERINE'S WORCESTER SAUCES,
the most popular andthe purest ever offered to the
public, just received and for selea cj i ß
fabl (swimmeret° Wm. Dock,lntto.
"FOKSTERS' BAMETS.—Shisler & Fra
ur, successors to W. Dock, jr., & Co., have on hand
35 dozen hickory baeketa. Price $6 60 pat dozen. jet)
- vgulT, JARS, of the latest Ptitt (Grif
ibee Test Patent s ) just received and for sale km at
iYIB • BOYER At KOERPER.
SAP SAGO, English -Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut.
. megawl New York State eat received at
DIOKLES I PICKLES! I—By the Barrel,
- - Matßarral;Jar or pitioit ur a r. . FßAzaws,
ebtr.oosimitra to Wro: Dock. Jr., '&
1 AnftLßS.= "OODFISH, of the . Ogg'
.I.V bratedAti. own* brluul * -juiv recetria
foie aft by
BRANT'S lIALL. BRANT'S HALL
THIRTY -SiOOND NIGHT OF • -
Rome's Star Combination Conipittly, -
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Ronat's Star Combination Comppy, •
WEDNESDAY EVENING; SEPT. 21, 186
Will be performed the mueleal Comedy,
THE CHILD OF THE REGIMENT.;
The For-turte of
To conclude with the original drama,
OUR GERMAN COUSITOi;
MR. D. L. MORRIS,
The great delineator of German characters'
n-For furthor particulars see programme
New National Theatre
New National Theatre I
CDR. OF NORTH SECOND AND , SOUUTH STS.
Sole Lessee and Manager, - R. MARBLII.I.
Stage Manager, - - HARRY OLLBRItt.
TRIS WEDNESDAY EVFNING, SEPT. 21, 110, -
The performance will commence with
HATE 0' ERTEN, - - MISS MAJOR CUSHMAN
DOCTOR O'TOOLE, - - - JM. WARD
/or For further particulars, see progratinie:
PRICES OF ADMlSilON.—Parquette, 50 taints; GLl
lery, 25 cents; Orchestra Chairs, $1 00; Private • BOSes;
$5 and $lO.
Doors open at 1% Curtain rises at 8 o'clock.
Box Office open from 10 Olt 12 A. x., and from 2 11114
e. x. , when seats can be reserved without extra charge,
and kept until end of first act.
mmis company consists of the best star pet
formers, consisting of
DANCERS, . .
The managers takes pleasure- iu announcing that they
mend making this THE Concert Hall of the ally.
HARRY WELLS & CO., Proprietor- .
BILLY PORTER, Business Agent, au29d
CANTErEUJESTAELIC • HALL.
WALNUT STREET, BELOW TBIRD.
Leader of Orchester.
OPEN every night with a fast-class coin
pany of male and female artistes The perform,
woe embraces every variety of legitimate amusemeui,
BURLESQUES, AID) JESTS.
Admission, 25 cente. Seats in private boxes 60 ce.uta.
Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock. jylBdtr-
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
Mir.J. HIBBS, at Na 8 Market Square,
text door to rellx'sContwtionery, keeps con.stant•
ly on hand the latest styles of Bonnets, Bats„...Enehm,
'Gowe Ribbons, gm, together With a tlneassortyttei
Dress Trlmminga, "Laces, Embroideries, Gollaric COW
HandkerOldefs, Hoitiery, Gloves and Variety 9,:wds in
An the latest Designs of Dress Petteine , diredthia
New York Bazaars. Dress and Cloarmaking neatly exe
cuted. Thankftl 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, 3y1413m
TE!T.extensive and finely located HOTEL
' A TAND, at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and
Rolm 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 moat improved modem hotdt
appliances—cooking-ranges, hotand cold water for baths,
the basement is large, commodious, and one of the kwt
in the city for a Restaurant. For information 7 Pddreas or
apply to OLIV"Fit F.PWARDS, Agent,
Sept. 3, 1.864.—Nep8-1m; f.•: 44 . 0 ,
MA S. A. KtrN. KEL :-
Sir :—I take pleasure instating that your "DIARREMA
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
your "IdIXTURE. , 7
I give you this certificate, hoping that, if you see proper
to use it, it may be the means of extending a kis° wiNge
of the matchless value of your medicine.
Very respectfully yours, R. B. JEFFRIES. • ,
Fallen Timber, Cambria Co., Aug. 27, 1864.--fau3Lidtf
QUEENS and GLASSWARE, a well se
lected assortment, just received, of the latest style,:
.t9lB BOVIR k ICOMPFIL
A SMALL but superior lot of HONEY, just
received, at SRISLER & FRAZER'S.
NEW BOOK. 15.-11111
DAYS OF SHODDY
Julia received at raelBl SCHEFFEWS BOOKSTORE.
SAP SAGO CHEESE—A small but fresh lot
of choice SAY SAGO CHEESE, just received thin
morning, at SHISLEE at • FRAZE.RN
FINE GROCERIES of all kinds; at reduced
prices, at StlisLEß & FRAZER'S
FAMILY GROCERY, opposite the Court House.
lt/FESS SHAD and FINE NEW 1!d9CK
.131. EREL, just received, at
BOYER & KOREPICIt.
Pi RESH CRACKERS.---Boston Wine Bis
-1 suite, &masa biiik BiECUitS, Boston Butter Ris
wits, Boston Oystor Crackers, Boston Yic-nto Crackers,
Trenton Butter Creketa, just received at
JylB 80988 ar.Bastsepita.
LOTS for sale on the corner of Third' and
Broad streets. Enquire of WM. C. IIeFADDEN
PURE SWEET CIDER received to-day at
BOYER & KERPER7S
VINE ROMANO -EHEILEY, imported- .
1848. Warranted the Finest Sherry Wine ix tt,
whim,. Ire? the it SHISLSR BILtiER,
fah , ,rain Wm Omni, t*
190 ASROR"TED BEREA GRIND
STONES for sale. A. K. FM:MISTOOK .
* 1 - • -' /W
CMRSE.--Choiee new crop Cheesp, -just
received rd ijyl6l irdirair k goidtl4,--4
PICKLES! PlOniES 1 ! -
By the barrel, half barrel, jar -or &men al
no'2s) BOYER &K ' OKRPBB.
EXTRA - wan% WHEAT FLOUR.--:Se-
Meted White Wheat Family Flour, just iec
and for sale at . SHLSLER. & FRAZak
jyß Samoa= to W. Dock, Jr, Jkpa
OUGARS, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE: ic:".
0 all grades and prier% at
guccemns In V7..Dark, Jr. k
Dealers in Fins Family drowned ° V _
Akia of boiling wit
wm boprocaNdlkdooe py calling oi
WI coma or Second West and Mbadcar:kianoir '
VCONOUX BODOS)*A.D. —We rediekielt.4
fresh 01. this mom [ ns,' BOYER & KERPERe
• AMIIERCW. EDITS.
Germany and America!
MISS BELLA GOLDEN
THE WHOLE COMPANY WILL APPEAR
mi 33 MAJOR PAULINE CUSRMANI
MISS MAJOR PAULINE CURFEW!!
MR. J. M. W ARM!
MR. J. M. WARD I
Three great Pieces.
....J. H. DONNELL