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71111HRSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 29;1864
• • • FOB PRESIDENT,
• TOE PRESPDM I TM
COUNTY -. TICKET.
GEOAGR , F;_ MILLER, of Uunmisoluity.
'13o1; O: . ALLEBIAN, Harriburg.
DANIEL'RAISER, - WiconiSco:
JOSIAH C. YOUNG, Harrisburg.
CiEfirkGE MARK, Union Deposit.
HENRY HARTMAN, Waslunginki;.
~ • , DIRECTOR OF - THE POOR,
-"PHILIP MOYER, Upper Paxton.
•: • . 1 ' • Anima",
. • .
the !Doniviiiiinnni Contest in the Porky
' teenth' District.
We have devoted little space to the contest
far Congress in this District, simply becauSe
i r e - -iiiifitot consider that it"was lecessaillb
urg*tlie great majority of the'peoplo, in tile
see kce l acities composing the DiseriClN
inige44 th'ange which thdy
wrought,, had they had the power, one month
after the opening
. of the
. rust session of the
Thirty-eighth Congress.• Rut, in order to
satisfy. a large portion of our readers, we are
*cbiStrained to refey, if only 'briefly, to, the
votes and speeches of Mr. William. H. Miller,
,as a Representative of this CougressionalDis-
trict. Ice 'constituency in the country, have'
suffered similarly in. disgrace, misrepresenta l
a4ford treason, to those which have iniPair-i
-ed v for thejimo the reputation of the, peOple
AMIE; District, by Miller's representation in
flongriess. • I
William H. Miller voted against' the law.
providing-for the conscription of negroes, by
which'enactment thousands of white men have
enabled to remain at , home, and contrib
,tbe,.material wealth of their country by
the.frnita.pf their labor. In fact, hadiMiljer's
volley prevailed, THIRTY-ONE MORE WEXTE MEN
tecir.v.,D ' ruvi been drafted in the city of Hal,i
..:William, H. Miller voted. against tlie
of whiskyl hand, by which the' treasury
irakt6bbed Of 'a revenue of more than 'a Mil
lion of dollars, yearly. The,, distillers and
liqUor dealers in the country expended a lame
.suitt:of morazty•to procure the defeat of the
11w axing their merchandise.' We do' not
• ":• '
assert that Mailer was - bought thus elp I o
but it is part of the legislative. history ef u thei
country that William H. Miller voted for; al
Measure exempting a certain article from taxl
; ahon.„ the , men intereste winchspen d ing
hundreds of.thousands- of dollars to secure
tts ‘64.eMptiOn. " • 1
l lVittiank H.: l Miller voted against emancipa
tion because:he believed in the institution of
tdavery as othe normal and true condition of
labor, and because he feared that the measure
woill,d,affeA the, revolutionary projects of his
political allies in the South.
William H. Miller strongly and persistently
opposed the confiscation of ithe property of
"trait:era : in arms, charadtefiiing the' efforts to
destroy the resources of the enemies of the
anvernment as unconstitutional, unwise.and
~,i thpracticable. • ' •'••
t „- 2 rWi hiam tf...Miller voted steadily and, Per
abitently against all the measures,
t'Cbi the Govern& ent to crush rebellionintei- I
posing his voice nd Votes to defeat the 4- 1 , 1
forts to replenish tha'treiant-i, in order that
_ the service Jii?ight be replarlY,
i'9s Ff. Miller sided inbonjuildtion w4h
Fenle.49 Wood:•,41, Rll , that atell-trait6i'S
, _se4eakes to rain thanational securities, Wold
is the stool pigeon of the New York Board of
*Ottani; whilb litialertiete as William EL Mil
ler were btit cre'r?Y?irt f" "Food, who made
Rae of thiiir votes
I to create distrust in the
money market-l-toarouse, • alarm in businElss
o wand afford , -the speculators,o.AU conutrY
opportunities to , roll, the poofman; and drive
AS mecticsnic'Vricl lai?ciiroilolthll' verge Y
--We shall retyinf*atii to flits subject and
this man. For the' itneict it Will ardfice boldly
.the featF f successful contradi
_are at no man sofou y aisrep-,
rosfated his district in Congress, as did Wil-.
Al= H. Miller. He insulted the loyal feeling
his constituents; by conjunetion i
with armed traitors. ' He'aiirOgarded the+,
siness and laboring interests of that constityp.
finch, by Suffering himself to be used by the' ,
• :agents of the country's enemies. iHe inter : c.
posed to einbarrass the Government by voting.
to min resonrces of - support
there "lane earthly prospect of the re-electi3n )
William Miller, to Congress,.
But we . ask in All candor and honesty, whether
'the.patriotic and goOdmenaf the district
not unite to peke his defeat a . reprliati'pn
whit* will be zemembeFed in the politics of tike
2 ,1 t whole Commonweal,il),•..as • a „preeedeni, acid
, •1: judgment against -tritation. and faithle'ssnessT
. . ! . •
ilnt!.l' , •
&....? loaxamits YIITZSG:4>•What. Democratic Leg
. ijolature has ever given the' soldiers a righti to
vote? NaYt ifie : *a?: . P1:9 ) :: o*igif l 9°#' IV
i *AA lias , not been . oppose} by
T , , votes ? :Where is thecUnion-,Connty that . : tea
ever given a majorit*-tigeinet 'this righte us'
~ -gopostticaq444 - where have maj9Alths b 4
' 'ettiii:aloirieil,t. •itiVePt in , Deincieratielstro i ,
2, s liolds•likkOld Berke exisiAortharepttho., : :
kliiiitit member the Ineitiy r ho •wtiuVft)i;i
',.rFu kjAieOielteitutse,y4 ilft:i:iaiir4 . lls4q T r
Aft-tratikliouloiy.o; " i,t'i,,,
Daniel Dougherty, Esq
It will be highly gratifying to the friends of
law and order, the devoted supporters of the
Government in this part of the Common
wealth, to learn that Daniel Dougherty, Esq.,
has Xonhent address - the 'people of -DEM
phiiiectintyro4Eriday, the 41).October:
Mr.' Dotigherty,hi 1860 consistent ' ' and ably
opposed the .. election of Abrahafif Lincoln,
supportingjwith great force and zeal the claims
of the, lamentel.,Syphen.A., Douglas. On wit
nessing the boldness with which the crime cf
treason was encouraged by the old leaders of
the.Democratip party--and being cognizant,
too, of the part which , a Democratic National
Administration took in hurrying forward the
slaYelholders' relmalionFAlr:-.D..at ; once sec-
erect himself .frinp " 41 9iition
wip.oh threatimie# IA d ' iihit he
&Waked his l aeareWiltitt a ' liiettini/Viiiiri ,
pies, ranging himself on the side orhis conii
*, an4hitiling' '
tisritli•: . those •Ailio 'Wide
stF i m.l . 4tg i l ci *lend 'O. 'n those
fooDipao4ais as 'ban. Donliherty who will
some daybe rewarded with the highest honors
ota 'grateful people. Wettromise him a hearty
welcome l when he appears before the pciople
ofPaTtithin county- Alf,;.li
The Prospect in Dauphin Noussty,,,
Our Orginitation was never bettbr tbari iVis
to-day in 3)auplun oanntY.- A'#ere is libtAt
iownship where loyal. illort ,- art.3 - ,:nat'sbctogrely
and Bto:UM - 1r WZlBltaiderstood
_result of the bfeeiziOri ilibibslsol will
have4.cont i rplling influence on ths . coAcat, of
Novembep.:_ It is frankly,,admittod ,that the;
laiiger..rdajnfity we give our county and distriet
Aernbibee,"ftj ii.orPertAl'Te illef,elle'th l3 '79te I
145 r Old Abe. Thus is tbat our frieiyls . arel
inp and at work -. in every election district
Dauphin county. 'But if pessible,.'WO shotildl
like to see their enthuslappa'o4ooo l ed. Our!
enemies are crafty , and,n,To' egy/Pefelle.l 4 / *4 1 4e1
wears fighting 0 faii%baltle—they are litegketly,
resorting to the baelegi tifekija4fit
lia,•YiC4 naelitefr; thenAliel
activemen in meLevieri. OwAta. l .ip, ) 9,PreeBll)o
wardln Dauphin coniatyrt4louble their labors.l
'lf a briiver f effdrtlo mado,lksitOlii county ca
be nae 4 P:i.liP berqiST,
wealth. a. ,
ne;:vr , tafi.Atdnir ortualPottrintioilirill 'Vote
••1 , 0 , :',., ej 20 , Il'J. • . r , c•;..... Eton•J
, An attillcry t oWer, wr,ites,pcin , tne
ofßetersburg,A, follows_ : ksA,nr., wished ;m
to write[You cOncerning..the opinion, of ..thq
ariny j t tyith:iefer'ence to Idklellan f ' , l ln!riaW
would say tiritmarcry of the 'offiCers44
legnittr army favOri him ; though by no In*
opmujirrity. Among the regiments who. sex*
- 4 -4-6, , laiiia dnring hid camptrign r ;be'StiMitt
.1:... r • , ,-: ~2. ica - ‘n• , ,11-i
many friends, but not as maw R : far' as To
- .merly., AU•ofTecer while;c.onring ch:Nur:on lilt
`.beat with Me; remarked Liht;V:heiVnis has
'an enthirSiiistfc'WOrshippcl'6f ifiirdclellatr*t , il
. his letter - 4:J'Ailge Wi4dWarti appeared d ii4ll
reference to the gubernatorial election in l'eur
'sylvania; but that Opened. , his eyes: - I .tliin
that there is very littlC doubt that the pari - of
the army—the old Army of the Potomao-4-oncf
such wora liipp....-0-or-,nr.‘,oastron, --- Wlll . gni:
inajoiity for th i e 'Lincoln tieket:i 7. l lfititi ,
ulajoity . iiir theaigiinchv , o i l Atin fr e 'again
-Rielmiordl will I . 3 wPPPrt , Mr:: , ingctlll:.-tl4t
no doubt: As •a sample of what , troclierfro
the West, serving in this army- thinelWcitil
State in' my battery, numbeifirii,l.4tHrig
_only two_will vote for McClellan v i_un:l Ara i. _
same with reference to other Ohio orgstifirl
ti9ns." ' " ' " ~
' : EVERY intelligent man, North and South,
knows for a certainty that the rebels haveheeto
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 29.
pushed. to the;r 16611 and that to effect'the coin
r, ,. ~t.J 1 , •,! , Mt. Brown; telegraph operator, who left
plete overthrow ,of,tke rebellion „nothing i 1
Pilot Knob,:' disguised,,at• 40011, ' Yesterday ,
wanting butthe dew more well-directed:l)lls arrived at ,Desota to . and reports that
Gen. Ewing,' has concentrated his troop
for which' preparations are being-made." . Mel
- ' ~., ••, t ,• .• r ~- .. a t front of the rebels' noidtien.' '••• - I
yet at ken a moment, the Democrats II The enemy, had
at.11..e 1 .
entered the Presidential canvass prsip94i .. •herd-Mount, and were throwing , shells into
"an imiciedintiinessatiOn of hostilities". leix tll4i• the Pert: ' - '' ''--''"- '' ' 'J. "
sake 9f ,P 66;; that cannot ;be obtainedAiiis • A fedo4 t 1 709 e under. d 617.: 7a 4 :!: --.
thr9 l l
~ * tacked at Mineral Point lastaight„bya ajar e
1 1 ) _.ctrPY t_c' ourselves d'ol°M.T; 1
o• body of rebels:' , - 'ill A '' l,
.thelirevomenzwho: have,i'allen, (148f...icomit 0 . The enemy:were repulsed, but' Aron s
the starrytag; , coucessionlotindependence o ilubsecpiently-withdrew to Desoto. ' "' . .
the r '''SAth 'and the 'ex tiiieficiii oPtili'iLikneriaim Potosi , Nfati , captured by the rebels list
' - '. .• . " - -..--... • ~ i 1 night:' -, " k. •• • ,
;Republic.- . • No" P4l: ilk "4",_ 4 1 : A44,-tt,iniac i. 8 ' ald General Smitles ' headquarters are still 'at
lets his•honest ;convictions •rute.iiimovill.prk- Desoto ; where he is receiving reintbrcements.
tend fora-. single instant that :the -ehicato Gen. Ewing was ordered to evacuate Pilot
Platform ineiiiis , `iia this; anti - the train' a Kuck buta4lie rekels had cut;his oonniniiita
ti!ms.befoxe-helsonldie.A*Kf*Y..„. 444..?•% 1 44 , Pu°
disaster anddiskon, or which. *mild_ in' evltAb y - m 4 i t an a v e , now,un. 4„ aims which, in n .
ensue •• ' . ii . 1 ~_i i n; • pendent citilen,companies, make: quite al' r
• ~_ -__,., . . . .... •,. , ...,.,. . midable force.
wi6 2,OCI6I3TEr n7
I ;Si zrr
four. fortpor 'fight". calls the Ohicago: plate°
'en , ignominious suriendeittB the rebehti .d
says he cannot support it.
gen. - Mool; in addiedsing.whodir of recruits
who were , on their way to.the front ; remar ked 'that ' they' were needed there "to
rebells in arms as well as to ft:J:l4l.oe the
scatellies.of the, traitors who had assephVecl!at,
4 fil"." • , 7ft)r).i.• • • .
tlietafillElAtee , "apPQUlte4 I)3r the OhidEo
4 ortYcint:43l3 ! - .40140X114 itbc oAnllifiates o .t • tixiair
troxpinatidi r l have not - . l'et) tlerforniccl., tii i r
Ati*,ll i 'rogaid - r ti . * r - 11 :qtifP14 6 ,9?, 1 9 '9 ll .-
Yd4iii . Tex, i 4, ir.iie.ig' 6 3i , , 1 6 3Ab3,•__ - DQe a n ilbc'PY
,wonlietwl4Z .The.great Windier requires t at
Pendleton; the ' Unconditional Peace distuai n•
fit shall he 'kept silent, '
1 -4_!- -. lmporteirEi'-'ol . ek ' • i
linßin rost.3i; tiVcan `Kvost: Mar
13/ 4 11 ,9f 14*.Ag,g0. 4 4; has,';'o49'4,4 the 1.17
lowing order from thi3Siztoratany cif MAIL. n.
°culling draffinAltien limit& thelitit drall, ho
have paio3oo•cotomutationt-'2 ' ; [r;
Circulai• 'No. ' 122. —lst.
.. V}R t ;tsemoteryl of
War orders that if any person drafted sliall
claiinntiiiinption on the ground of having
paid - Ulan fientlrea , &Barn commutation
-inenes, to prof ure a iiiil?Stitute''Undii : acts op
& la and j . ' • 24
prove , arch 3d, 186 . ebruary, th,
1864, upon proof of such payment having been
lade, he willbe entitled to exemrin
1 :1 4 0: 0,4 q: • • .... •:, r , .r.;',+ . 9.•• . i''•
iu_• - •••••- IEI,
;A:uaL„ SHAW:,•.II' 111e4on,g and pecirniifealova
thiriiiecrat,'frifep a letter hy'itirlitiit "-he Can
r .y,qt,iigt-tAfpf,3ol44-tn: .chicag°
,A 117 41;:r;',
SORIDAN OCCUPIES SAMTIViii
PIIOBABLE DESTRItiON OF A RAMPAP
LATER FROM SHERII)4IC
News From Nashville.
Official Dispatch of Secretary Ftaaton
. . WAtinmoyon,.Sept. 29, 7.45 A. n.
- To 314. Veit., A. Y.
A dispatoli , just received from Gen.= Grant,
gives a - telogr_am - contained _in yesterday's
Richmortrlr - TVAVN.Tated - Charlottsrille,
4 - 71 rich states •thaf our cavalry entered Btriun.
on Monday' at. 8 o'cloblr i and that,
&ices were also at Waynesborongh that WO
damage- had been done up to 4 o'clock
but that smoke indicated thatwe:were burn.:
ing the+railroad track between' Christiana
Creek and Staunton.
No direet, communication has been had
with Gen. Sheridan for several days. ..Couriers
to and front hint are, 'knOWn to have been
captured by the guerrilhts that infest the
try in his rear. . .
Dispatches to 9:40 last evening -have been
received from Gen-Sherman, at Atlanta, but
no movements at that point are_reported.
Trom Nashville our dispatehmarele•s:3o
last evening. The enemy 'did ;O l t .hack cus
at Pulaski, but took the, pike toWardiiFakette-
Ville, and: was pursued mine miles, by 'our eav,'
Gen." RousSeatt 'is retimang#ith•
finitrY to Nashville. . ••
The draft is quietly progressing in all, the
States, but a desPerallireflCrt - *lll,tie made by ]
the enemy, to force Sherman from Atlanta by
destroying his communications. •.•
Volunteer enlistments being' more 'speedy
than the draft, all loyal and patriotic people,
should urge forward „rapid enlistments in or
der to re-enforce. Sherman; and enable him;
not only tci'lield'grOO . sitiOn, but also vaithout
delay to pus cri l ,Wcanipalgn.
tg M. STANTON,' -
' • ;Secretary of Warr •
FROM PORI' '• ROYAL.
Runii'e'] ) r;
The Effects of Oni_Firini upon Charlestoni
; YOICK, Sept. 29. ;
The steamer Fulton has • arrived with Port
Royal, Sc advices of the 26th inst. < She luta
on board the ,34 Rhode Artillery. '•
On her passage honks she chased a large
blockade runner, but gave ~up the pursuit' at ,
night, leaving the gunboat Gettysburg to taki)
care of theiebel. •
th4rleston has suffered ' considerably,. Ist;
terly, from the fire ,of • our 100 pounden4
which are More effectual than our 30 pounddsl
2,500 men are' engaged in strengthening the
defences of itlharleston.
The Palmbtto Herald says that a. Goverl i
ment Hilton Head has been arrested
for selling passes to go North.
The 54. th ..Massachusetts regiment is; s'izM'
guarding. the rebel'officers under fire on Dilorrib
The rebehi:at For ureter have been latel4r
stationing shatmahooters . among the debris of
the fort, hat lid as.gtatisit - T e suiting from their_
nre, they"WPM 156.641,wi14drawn.
Atta,ek ' :Mineral Point
REPULSE OP' ~ T HE REBEL
POTOSI CAPTURED BY THE ENEMY
THE PTOPLE ARMING
' ItelikslrPlß:Rebel -eaPers." 1
. Emirritchm, , Sept. , /9.1 . •
The Richmond"papenr of Monday contain
the followhigitems : ' u '',,
Vii'SatintleY; an l ceri4eaterday . , Ikvibart- i
monading was hear at Staunton, lathe dirge- '
tion of HarrisonlinW cOeueral Early resched
KeesetoWn M 11 o'clOnk' TeEiterdaf '(SuudaY.)
,Opinions aniaivided Whether he will ;lake a
stand at Keesetowrt, orlalidurther bank, i
There is' . considerahli .dieitement among
the,citizens of:Staiiiii&i,- and 'many argleiv,
ing.t All the sick and - Wounded and Gatein'-'
went stores, ,had
. heeu r remoyed to a piss of
. _ _.
safety. -, .. , ...,,_ ,-,.,
taunt° - but "''.'
.„ ; Sheridan . may take S ,ll ,!Lac p 7,
Lure -will avail him nothingi:iii A
The valley; Si4eo; the beginning-ef the war,
has been ' a • raee ; i grOliiid, .:Slietidaii , havirig
reached the othertend ofthe.inOtii, ii4a lithe
does riotuall tig of his own accorkklit will be
111. 1 1 1 0/ l i l gl.-'• -fin • fL:lO,l%r ' I ,
Fmairi,O4rippgr tie learn:that, the pie tine =
enemydrithat eewitrysexcipt - the, avian 0,;
plat htiviiid the, bridge at Rapidan Station. , 1
''' President"' Davis arrived at Macoi, : 5i.,..
.September 2311, and modell speeh at fier.B4Pf
tist Church. - . 4 Me is,going to Hood!wiwy.:
No movements of the enemy are 'leported.
up tothe latfetacosant. ,- 4 , t , I
1110 :00 013 A 04, :j 4 the citizens of Mapta has
e rlkl i,coaa . plmeg.,-„, It was reported x3sterday
that-/Lood'slantay was in Sherman's ;ear, and
between him aildr , Ohattanooga.
, 1 ; 1
A large forc% of - Aim:piled iranicegi ark col--•
leeting at :Pound Slap with the intintibn of
making - F a rakl c on the Virgirda,sslorke,
This, vielpr&ioline, is the same for*, Was
at Lexington, Ky.,,ttwo weeks tip; an it is
said to be 12,000 strong.
.12 , rikliaorkiistov , k Akarkets ' t . .. 1
r - A 3 ' ' ''
Nriv Yortic, S 1: 29.
Stdcli. ti.re betier; Chicago and 'Co - 'lsland
97; Oninbeirig.ndlieferred 61; .111 i is gen
, tral nta ; , 'Whil g aii•Sonthein. 74; w•Y'ork
ge S trii,l- -117;- : Ateading 1234 : Hud xi river
11/f; i Cafit0 .Co. /9; Virginia 6' 62111ife i
97; Gold 200; One year certificates s;_ ear
Bury 7 3110's 108; Ten-Ostia-96; F €4l 6 Antri
1 tquppik 4911 i couPon tatrit ' ' '. •
(..„2 4, , ,-.,,,,,, .„(w r: irtwAgetloiti
TgE THREATENED ATTACK OF PRICE'S ARMY-IN
TERBUPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS-CAPTURE OF
' PASSENGER TRAIN - UNION SOLDIERS MULE
-71.15H8E1/ BY BUSHWHACKERS.
. -- • - -
4" -- ; •-' . •, • -287....L0tmg,1. 28.
tlothifig ias been lien from otKnat
i1t105,--=-1.1-jo'dlock yesterday i it g t, Yi•he4
Mg-I•AVer_bridge, about fifty letip*onsihere;
~ aopirte4 by, the rebels, a 124 ofinettkuipittioa,
.. , , as'Out off ' ' '
~,,_.:l4k_ick.,- t hat time General Ewing successfully
repulsed the attacks of the enemy, and suc
-ceededin Sending two trains of commissary
At the last accounts it was believed that
Ewing could maintain his position, unless as-_
sailed by overwhelming numbers, or by the
enemy planting cannon upon Sheilid4dMpun
tain and other eminences in the vicinity which
commantrbileforfificatiffa' sZ. Me - Ibis 'plenty
of provisions and a good supply of water.
General Smith, of the infantry advance, has
been withdrawn from NlimprelPoint to Presdo.
trains of frftyserapty wagons, whiol were
sent from - Pilot Knotryesterday ninet.s l o',f o T.
piers' POint,' had not reached that place` be
fore" tbe communication "was cut. It is sup
pose&thatthey were captured.
It is now latqlieved that the demonstration
on'Pilot Knob 'and , the Iron Mountain rail-.
road weie feints to cover the movement of
Price's main force in another direction, 'prob
ably against . llo4, andtllenen,to the dpntral
part of the State. ".
It is believed that Shelby's cavalry will
make a desperate . effort to dash into St. Louis
after the fashiCiii Of ,Forrest into Memphis.
Thepassengei;train,Whieh left .here ,yester
day morning for NorthMissonri, was Captured
at Centralia, by INV Aildbrson's 'bnshwack
ers. Twenty.one•holdiets were taken out and
murdered— -Lrr. r. _
CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO INDIANS- °FIBBING ma
:11EiNEL , FIRACD , --rEEtDEN Or-Fiji:YE Niridalt, DEIS
1 a -:Datiorra CAT, 0.-0, -Sept. 28. '
Mier' Wynkoop; of the , .1:4:C010i5.5.1-oav-;
f~lrp; lies krrivea.fronfPcirt tyea with seven of
the principal Chiefs of the ,Cheyennes
Arapahoes, undicturiwhite prisOners delivered
up by them—Nirn Laura.. Ropert, Isabella
IJbanks, Ambrose Ashley, all • caPhired
'at Oak' Grebe; Ktins'a6 2 -and. Dan Marble,
taken from a train:a:tear Plum creek.
All these are children;. except Miss Roper;
% The IndiansWa Mrs.Ubanks, and
Mrs. Marble and children, but-have promised
to give them up: • -•-- •
These chiefs come here to make a treaty of
'peace withGoVeinor'Evans:and °ger ta send
their warriors with. the. white..troops to fight
the Motes and Camanches. •‘•
The semeity of food and the prospec t
hardi viiniter; it is tlaought, have ,eonipelled
there to thii• step.
.29th instant, 'ieueao GRANT JONES, son of
ichird andEmma , Jonea aged €l, weeks
The funeral will take place on. Friday afternoon, at four
o'clock, frem Cranben^y.alley, below Second street. *
Oh the 29th histant, - atarat. T. titrzeost t , sea of
Daniel T.; andiEstliet..H Willson, In the 4th: Te#ir
neral.on Friday Aftignolap,it 1
NE W '*VY.ERTI.S.ENIENTS.
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0., ,, i , /..t , . . LOSTS:,. ~_,...._ •
, - - . .
ON 'TFOi I :NIOrgT OF .TH_F. '2BTH INST.,
'. :its Unpposed in Third street; a ItiGISi'ER c0n
....4, v ......
i ...,niennizr tv_v ' d_thetames
of the hattlen n which he partictpa . , gnuer- r.,n
obligegthehiser by leaving-it at Geoige Bell's. Grocery,,
corner of seetind and Chestnut streets. 5e.294t,*:
111[71 .. 14DEIWASH FOR WM. 7 -168 lighti,
V 9x14, well seasoned. Inquire of, 3
G. . BEND 1
At Ziegler's Liquor store, Marknt-
r ksALE, ,
" 43°ArrED ' 115 er of
ROBERTS 4 +,4 6 . . 1 P1 ."
I\TOTIOE is hereby given- that-letters *sti-;
mentary on the ostate of . Anne Finney, late , .of. , the
city of Narrisburg, deceasedthave , been granted to tte
subscriber, residing in'ssid•City„- (Ali persons indebted to
the estate are reimasted tdtiakii iiiiiitediate payment, and
those havingalahila 'agaitibt , theiMma , will present them
for 'settlement. ' • '-'" 1 SUSAN E. ENGLE.,
te2goawd6t 4o ••
. . . . . ,
„. . .. t .. ,AiroxioN. ~
TIT . BARR will'Sq . 11 at .Public, Atictioh,
T V •witimut reservi,lit' thci,Lo:wer'ikarkbf,', Oh Sifl'-
11RDAY'146XT, October 16,1 i Valli:idle aSacirtment kw
,1094,Trorcester Porrelafn, Rohmad - a and ,Chilks, Parlar
intirriitanile , Orr:awful', sold tor trefglit , boliti'ar-W. Co, .
This ware is by far the most costly and handsome.fevissf
offered for sale in this eity, and is well worthy the atten
tion of levers of fancyJornaments. - At the same time an&
place *HI bettold several handsome bedsteads, hair mit,
rases, glass and silver plate ware, chairs, wardrobe,
sofas, and three sewing machined-: , one , of-Singer's large ;
cost .s l3o—all in ; perfect older. Sale •.to 'commencet..
two o'clock, P 1 M.... . - .':'` ' . '4 . W . :INARB:
60294 i. .r....: :-.' .: . :!. , ;' ,, 1'.1 .. . 'Auctioneer)
. . •• • -- -'
BUILDX.ry eif XOTS'FO.B. SA4E., ' •
(11HT., BEST CHANCE to get Cheap . Hbris l es
11itAt• OFFERED rbT THE CITt. —Tho subserlber offers
.:flaleL 72 Building , Lots, situate in the ' Stalh Ward,"
betolieOAFOr ffft,d• tioll streets, ; 4, Onting on SuNe
1/44n4tladlartiLaltall,ep teood atteeta Moot of th em'
tinvov Me imat'aiid ap 'the's - 4(0611;1)V* th e
Bhoietikiliinfa;*lecOli by, Col . John Roberte - tb
ago, Ithii"rbit':O•ratieh, will pay-rid gbj nd.l a-
short tinib!. I • There is alao • en'tepOrtl - RAO' dr.* e
idad biiil",. beirei itka•mife orthe'sttCeikientaining ' a
°Vibe:beat' a lai ,I• *net( will Iniga than #4 . for She'
grinitd'Th °bleat ton is such that' ho draMagit Is re
'T:greite...-the Cellars will 'always be berfeetly dry. T hese
lefs'iiiittiO•stild below the torrent pike 'ground is now
brkuging - in'tlits city , and ih ' fact Lad low as to afford lin
bdtbinty fiieanytkraeii to secure a home, '
A PAill Via „gcound - can be aeon at -the °Mee of the
sitsctitier,__.n.::".4_l,i_orth SECOND Stied.
HifitAkikal l eplie'fabitol9, 1864:= 4 ei :
rE R :T I o-it-EAAN
T. ritkia&fotte P*.thi• • - . .
Pt ilicAcrroltWs.‘./few4f4a. -1
The beat pook forholing Ptipils'Of Piano stuos
fi'lti'igikttleeti,'s New MethOd.
totqritYlobiblitd Leta sasili* - :'fliarotighly
Xs todtair4on,'s Neutlifeijkoft.':y
The llobk ibat mikes pianos446s Attractive
'• New f ketltoct
The o6ii'Mott'of Exercises for Piano litaCti'c'o
Is Richardson's New Method,
The Book:that rs given to Pupils byTeachprs
Is htclaitr i dson 4 iNew Method.
The Book that contains - no Dry and Tedious Lessens
- h Richarlhent's New Meth d. ' ' -
The Think interostS both Young and Old
"Filiitithrdscnt's IfeloAreaddi.: l
1'14.800k of which 10;000 00;1E014 aurhilly , • ! ' 1
- „Ts .Gichard,son's Netolgth.64: ' •
jtieherilson's New Method for the Plato.
reekKiEt OLIVER DITSOI:7 &CO., Publishers, Bos
ton. Ifient , by mail, post-paid.. For sale by J. E. GOULDI
A. .11011.011 SALE OF CONDEMNED 1108
„) 1 I )
Qt'Af .ftASTER urENKRAL S ungoll 2
f ?2 FIRBT DIVLSICL.T,. ,
i r dgELINGTON CITY , September 28, 1804.
tiQtl~ to told al.pithltennction, to the, highest bladder,
fit GiesliOrojt.;, on- 6
FRIDAY F,AFTENDRR, %1864,
ONE li - ONDEEP -- AND FIFTY OIVATIVY'
' !FRIDAY, OCTOBERI,•2IO4, '
ONE E . ENDBED AND Pq'T
.6r.1.3-14 HORSES ,
These Horses have beellt,Sondetmlectna unfit for the cav
alry service - of the army„
For road and fikeglanirrposes many good bargains
may be had. i ,'/I
PhiglY- • ,
hzop.e,pr„ 40..ty90. sta t 9.
10 the_guarlernMstV Hlaerit4
1 5011 40);.fygt4 4s.gr , ca t • ,),14 „
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. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Almanacs 1 . V Almanacs!
13 A F.. 11, 'S . - ,4 -
Englisla and German natter
, g4..lnxaxiaqiwc, 4. -
1 .- 1 ~ t; 17; 4 . i i for the ie.2 . 6 i i„
~. 1 . 17 4 rt-salrf imihe gross, , Dozin 6. , single, at Sebiar's
1114 1 :1:dcafore, ?I. South Second street, Harrisburg . , pi. -se29
IIIGHTEEN PIECES OF MUSIC
As Specimens of the Contents of
The -Harp of Judah.
Sent free of Postage: qmpl your address to COWER
DITSON k CO., PablishomtDoston, For sale by-
pe29,4ll]__ . J.E. GOULD, PbtlAdelpbia
A PLEASANT - ROOM, WITH BOARD, by
a Gentian - an and Wife, petmanently. Address
"COMFOliT,gffix - se2B-301
executors' Cale ..
BV, SOLD. AT PIJBLIO SALE, ON,
NV;:ttetSDAY,-Ifictoltier 20th, at two o'clook•P. St.,
At'thittCeitrt Hottsci.in the city Of Harritburg, that -prop
erty situated on the corner of FrontandWalnut streets,
late the estate of Henry Stewart, deceased. ..xche ,above
property fronts on Front street 110 feet, and' do Walnut
70 feet, mOrtiorliess: ' • - • ' •
For further Information . call on W. J. Slees, at the
premises. J. C. STEWART, •
.MYEli f TitrtikAg ; . Y'A7%IT
Ariz TIGHT ,--••
For sale at Hpheffer's.Boolratore, Harrisburg, Flo se2S
nous Est N747Tt. ' • :
EtitEE:NFAv FR UStg;
ATE' opyoster street; abOVe North Enquire
T r e t ilv rd of ,
se2Bdif r! Corner of Third and hforth streets.
P. .ittgriANTIAL CAMPAIGN. MEDAL'S,
of Lincoliii - Jo . linson - and McCiellah krendletiin.:
Trade orders solicited .and' promptly filled at a liberal
discount.-,4ddrnea, , 8. H. gum, Manufacturer,
Tlig XL e ctions in the Army.
,Ther t 4lowi t ig is an: official list of the Commissioners
aipointedl3Y,Gottrhor Curtin; to:proceed the army
ittr the perpose of - holding the elections. , therein, ender
tlluaet extending the.elective franchise td the Penn.sylva
.nia aoldlers ln•the service of. the. United States,, Those
Commissioners-who, have received no other flake than
this publicittlon; as well as thosS.who have lieen'regularly
nOtifiedi 4411146ptirt at that office of the, Secretary of the
leonthlthriThalthion TrasbAir, October 4tlr, , et; 3 o'clock,
,to relpive,their commissinnsand file their oath of office.
. • ',rattles Efoliate, Philadelphia, Department of the Cum-
' J R Dutiglidoti, Philadelphia, Department of the Cum
, gclward S Jones, PhiladeMbla, Department of the Cum
Jbhn R Tankusley, Franklin, bepartmeiii of the Cam
Col Wm McCandless, Philadelphia, Departinent. of the
W Woiidford, Allegheny, kiddie Department.
William Bintlek, Dauphin, Middle Department.
Fulton, York, Middle DeMietment.
Franklin Bunco, Venango, Middlo.D.epartment,
Lniel Thicapher, Westmoreland, Middle Department
Jolla Bedford, Middle Department,
Sainuel Lloyd, Philadelphia, Middle Thinartment.
Lfgniy C Gilmer, Philadelphia, Middle Department.
Joseph Ely, Bucks, Middle Department.
Joshua Wright, Washington, Middlo'Department
Miles Jacobs, Lucerne,' Middle Department_
:Joseph °Smith, 'Philadelphia,. Middle 'Department
G L Morgan, Lawrence, Northern Departnient.:
Jos A Bonham, Philadelphia, Northern Depaitment.
John Jacobs, Montgomery, Northein Department.
'J Merril Linn, Union, Department' of the South, (Nor
ris Tilaitl.) , . : ' ' .
C,ol p C'Ellmaker, Philadelphia Army, of the Potomac
Tovuriettd Yearsley, Philadelphia; 4:rmy of the Potomac
Wm Y McGrath, Philadelphia, Army .o the Potomac
under Meade; • • . • ,
Cbambei! - D albs, IclauphM, Army of-the POomme
313 Stackhouse. Philadelphia,; Army of the Potothic
tinder Nead,e. - . " ; t•',., i l : " " ..r .:: * '
Col F G Morehead, Philadelphia, Arip of the Potomac
thiderlfeade. ' •
. . .
Thos Ashton, Phdadolphia, Army of the Potomac under
;Meade': ' •: • _
' Sand AY - Morgan; Allegheny; Army of the Potomac
.Jna W Cain, Allegheny, Army of the Potomac
Wro. - J , Galbraith, Armstrong, Army of the Potomac
ingt.", Am* P otomac under
HugliVatrithell; Peiry, Army ..of the Potomac under
Meadc..al.c. . ' • , ' •
GeolVyrOcer, Franklin ! Array of the Potomac under
IdeadO.. . , .
Jno B Hinds, Bradford, Army'. of the Potato . ; under
D W Patterson, Erie, Army of the Potomac under
fir fY C Rebel ts, Luzerne, Army Of the Potomac - under
-• • • '
Samuel Jauriseui , Xenagninery aim) , tx. the Potomac
under Mead - A •
Gel WeilingtatuntEnt,,Coilumbiri, nrmytorthe Potomac
under Meader. . :
G H Wood:wand, Philadelphia, Philadelphia and Mester
:...Jaraeaddatperd Phitaidelphts, Philadelphia and Chester
Hospitals': ; ,; . . .
• : I,WhiP Hibbardi Philadelphia, Philadelphia and. • Ciiter
liaaiilliaNelbg,'.Warron, Virginia and North (hrolina.
JnoHShanon,Juniata ; Virginianna North.eartilina.
.InaL Rittenhouse, Philadelphia, ' , Virginia and North
. Capt. James... Dyke, Virginia,. and Noyth.
Cavolina.. . • • .
di'Clintock, Allegheny, Virginia. and iqdrth
Yyoli Johii A 'Danks,. Allqgheny, Virginia. and North
• Dante Flick, ;Somerset, Virginia and North 'Carolina.
-Joseph Miller Cambria, Virginia and .Norila Carolina.
• Col WmCeoper Tally, 'Delaware Virginia and North
Capt4 , o Id2Clary, Northumberland,. Department of the
Susquehanna::.. . • - • • •
Col SnahleriAdams, DepartMent irttize Susquehanna.
Charles Dteralt-; Philadelphia, Der artnient of the Sns
quehanna.:, : .
Samuel Daeiels, Itiladelphia; Departreent of the Sus
quehinne. . - :•,:•••• • •
R Plteed,lntiorrDeparimixtt of the Susguehatum.
CaptiSsimuel Wrigley, Philadelphia, Department of the
Jno C Allen, Philadelphia, Department of the South
JOlttifffia•yerd Woi Chester, Hospitals •in New
Jacop•Ltir.uppkT4ri ca ster, detached Regiments and
Respltals, in Tehnesgoe:
"Addison Leehh, Armstrong, dttached, Regiments and
Rospitals in Tennessee." .
TA - Pester, Allegheny, detached Reginients Mid H 05....
• 1' Rottinson,'Allegheny, detachog_ Regiments and Hos
• Jno Paul,,,Westraoreyold, dotacTLed' Regiment l s
pitals in Teniiimsee. •
: James, Leech aerco Hospitals Washington and
Jno B compton; Craiford, 'Hospitals Washington and
4ty r .... ; :w A r N3s 4,..l, A. sb GVE Cni e_d l 'in . ' ' , one to three
. can at ilia ', i tr u e s.l4. Bcr# M. Ste es , AGUE
- % .7.4.as
0 ' ,' '.l. , ' ''' ''''' ' le "' rout: . :Ne cure no
471:chAsguarrANI,Q112urin4A925a, V. s. A-,
Hanates,tans la., Sept. 26
WILL BB BOLDAT , rumacaUCTION,
at GoVerndient , Cdrininear Hummelstown, (on
line of •Lebanoki. Valle,T Rallidakt,) on.THURSDAY, OCTO
BER 6th, pal eta°
(25) ii,vrENzir, ' -
(Boo) plalrr irtfismittri GRAnr sOks.
.hele,roett.t•il€MUNllainfit for Goren',
"sent service, but for private use good bargains am trine
•..............--. , +•,•
Holmes to be•sold singly ; sale to meitinue.aintil all are
,TEuS :a Cash in Govertonent'ltinda. _
_ • _ '• • - E. O. REICHENBACH,V "-
sept.27.dtocB • Rapt/ill:rand•Assistant Quersterniaster.
r A( fulo:4:l44lC*.Gauk 'exlazed Duck
3 v s Pciwlerliasks, Shot.lllt;
On , , r i k nourgskinslitet i prieop,,
,'" L 613 1 401 41 18 AO*
, 0P:t11474 ..Nxel of few M!,ortlire'
NEW a Drg
Proposals for htationery.
EAIRIMATERS PENNA., Sftuh)
ilvAktrsamitsvga GENERAL'S OFFICE,
HAwaßuf , a, rA Sept. 24,1584
LiELLED PROPOS AT S - (Endorsed Provo_
sale for Stationery) will be received at this office, up
to Saturday, October Ist, 3 r. 31., for furnishing the fol
lowing articles, delivered at this Office, free of charges for
freight, boxes and cartage,. "under act of Assembly, ap
proved August 22,
5 reams Note Paper, faint line, white tint, with no
len than 5 pounds per ream.. .
--- 4 reams Letter Paper, faint line, white tint, with not less
thattio peunds per ream.
6 reams Letter Paper; same, in 3-1 sheets 'with not lees
than 10 pounds per ream, put up in paper bores, ream
5 reams Cap Paper, faint hue, white tint, with not less
than 12 pounds per ream.
• 3,000 Legal Envelopes, white, size 4by inches, wish
12 pounds per 1,00 1 1
2,000 Legal Envelopes, white butt; same size, with 12
iiounds per 1,000
19;800-- - Lettes , Envelopes, white, size 34-4 by 5%. inobex.
with 6y o ; pounds per 1,000
2. dozen Itticilage, in bottles, with cap and Crush, 2 oz.
and 4 oz. .- -
12 dozen Lead Pencils, fist quality. .
10 gross Steel Pens, first quality.
.18 Blotting Cards, good, by 13 inches.
il2 Arnold's Writing Fluid, pints or quarts.
.15. Blank Books, assorted, 2, 3 and 4 quire, J.; bound,
good faint line, white tint, size 834 by 13 inches.
Samples to , accompany each bid, - and delivery in ten
(10) days „after awarded. Namesef two good sureties to
aceompany'prciposal. The right is reserved to accept
part of any bids or reject all, if deemed for the interest
the State to do so. AXES L: REYNOLDS,
04i27 : 5t, Quarternasster'General, Penn's.
‘I- 5 • • PRovoitr bLozsaAL's OFnca,
; 14TH DISTRICT 08 PRNNSYLVANL&,.
litauussund, - September 3,1664. ,
•ilheablloning notice is published for the information or
ttlliritete. l 3.le4 l .
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.
Townshipnaniiiuti-districts which have not filled their
quotas. are iirged t.o do so at once.
Alltimo•tbat can be given, will be altos - el.
but the drift will commence as soon after the sth of Sep
. Credits wilt be given; and Hovertnient bptmty paid to
volunteers until further orderty '
By order of Capt. RICILARD DODGE,
A: A= P. AL General
Captain and A. A. A. General.
JOHN RAY CLEMENT,
Captain and Provost Marshal 14th District of Penna.
Harrisburg, Augwit 31,'1864. - sept 5
fIIIARTERIKASTER GENERAL'S OF
HORSES ! 'HORSES I HORSES !
Horses suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service will be
purchased* Giesboro Depot, in open market, till October
Horses, wilt De delivered to Captain -L. Lowry Moore A.
Q: M., and tie subjected to the . usual Government inspec
tion before being accepled.
Price of Cavalry Horses,
Price of Artillery Horses, 8180 each.
Payment will be made for six (6) and more.
Ja MFG A. EKIN,
Colonel First Division,
Quartermaster General's Office.
SPECIAL Di oTicE.
TO THE SHOE BUYING PUBLIC.
SELLING OFFI SELLING OFF ! !
subscriber ; intending to make a change
in his basiness,3a2 close , out his immense stink of
Pit BOOTS AD SHOES. ha
Of , every desenption now Oa 'nand at much Isla dmu
market prices. Persons in want of Boots and Shoes will
do well -to-call, as I am determln.ed to close out at reducea
prices. • Give us u call J. C. KIMBALL,
SEig Market street, next to Me. Calla's jewelry store,
S pleasure to inform his friends and
T A a i tZmers., and the public in general, that he has
opened a wholesale ana retail Variety, Notion and Jew
elry Store, No. 10514 Market street, akar Eby cb Kunkel'.;
Building, Harrisburg, .Pa.
II !Reid oalanny = sr...lamella of space to enumerate
the composing my stock. 'rue purchaser will and,
through my experience of thirteen years in the business,
that 1 can sell goods equal to the jobbers in the Eastern
THE stoie of -the-undersigned having beeu
broken into on the night of September 20th, and
robbed of oilr entire stock of black and fancy dress silks,
black alpacwis-Irish linens, kid gloves, a large number
of Waterloo end 'other shands,-basides fine dress patterns
of various styles, we offer a reward of FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for Stich Information as will lead to the detec
tion of the thieves and the recovery of the goats,
sept26-d4t . IL,EPPIEY A. CO.
NEW STORY BOOK
C X-If. I 13 'Xi, N ;
~ BY FANNY FERN.
For sale at Robe Rees Bookstore, Harrisburg, Pa. se2B
Campaign-Medals and Cam
pign Songs. •
ANOTHER large lot of Campaign Medals,
Pins abil , :aiings. just received this day from New
York, and for stile. at: Xi H.:S'S.Variety and Military
Trimming•storThird street, between Market and Walnut.
Orders front conntrY dealers solicited. sept27-3t5
D B ArtrANEMen.titled to exemption can
bavol4ir paper Properly prepared by
•1; GOREN, Attorney at Law,
Late of ilgiki . fgrwrs ,tailarshaPs Office. Office in Third
street„ . fourdporaaboue Market, Harrisburg, Pa. sep27-ti
STORE WON AND, THIRD FLOOR
of the building adjoining J: M. LuTz , s Drug Store.
Inquire on the premises , - .. sep27 if
AFINE tiyx o>~ CATANSTAL AND ISABELLS
GRAPES are for _sale at:.._Wlee n s s . fruit and course
tionery store, Third street,.near Wainnt:, Mr. Wise will
keep a supply on hind dazing the sea Son.. sep27-tf
Window Sbades :and Blinds.
A SPLENDID assortment of Liiien shqdeq
JCL and Paper Blinds, at • '
.seo2B 21 South Second street, Ha7i4nirg, Kuria
Selling Off! Selling Off!.
As I intend to remove alKirit'iliemiddle,of,
October, I am desiroua or closing oat my
Dry Geeds at greatly reduced . ices
sept26.d2w* Next door to Kelkere 4 Nardwirc Store.
Wall Paper! Walt:Paper!!
ALarge and splendid .stock of Wall Paper
WWI styles and Nines; for gale..cheap at
SOAP.S.FEit'S Book Lore,
sep26 .21 South Sectiox% street, Harrisburg, Penna.
SHIVER AND SHAKE NO MORE.
WIEVER and AGUE cured in one day. Cure
1 only one dollar, sent by mail on receipt of money
Address Dr. STEPHENS, Ann street, Iliddletowu,
READ ! READ.! ! . " 1 „
WLSSAHICKON STATION, rdepulo,..ise-i.
Dr. SvEvE24.—The pills I got from r you mod toy son of
a severe fit of Ague. He is now cured two knontbs, and
had no return since. icheerfally - raminmentryour pills
sepl26-2t* - Mrs. HANNAH WEBSTER.
L L P E RUN S indebted to the undo
2111_, signed, will please call on M. a BoweV, Alderman
or the Fifth ward, Harrisburg, and in,ake settlement, im I
have placed my accounts in his hands for collection.
sepls-d2ivirgi .1.5.A.A.0 F. t 4 TROII
. . _
RA-Gs I RAQS 11 R:4,.GW, II .
WIVE terits per lb. cask:paid forgo - W ile "
Rags. : SCREFFEWS Bookstore,
sept 26 21 Sduth Second street,. ILessisbarg, Penna.
FOR. •: CA .w., ;
ONEgood two horse Carriage or Hack, 0 11
reasonable terms. The above Hack, witti..s good
team, will be offered for hire until sold, on very reason
able • rres. Apply at -- .
-6 ' 413 t 4 ..
. ' R. J. HOG_-11,Filliotelf-Paxton st.
. . .
TO THE LADIES.
OUR attention is called to the splendid
assortment of Extra, Note Paper, Envel opes,
.Btationgpr at and tine
sept2B: Soults.Aceottd street,
1111., kerel, -bats' j us t rs -
Na 1 and
En d for gtleials4 ,
Geis* slagrAlknAZE:a t Z: 0.)
'fiCi r . 4l #7fl /IENIVr"
City, August 31, 1864.)