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FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER. 30, ISO 4,
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TOWN AND COUNTRY;
,at West Fairview.
A Union meeting will be held at We@t Fair
view, THIS (Friday) EVENING. Able speak
ers will be present. Let there be a grand
rally for the Union Loyal men, turn out,
and bring your neighbors along, that all may
hear the truth.
as, JOSEPII SECEESLEY will sell his valuable
property near this city, to-morrow (Saturday)
as 2 o'clock.
THE persons drafted on "Monday last have
been ordered to report at the Provost Mar
shal's office at 9 o'clock to-morrow. ;
Bar KILLED.—James Delen, aged about 10
years, of litifflintown, fell from a Walnut tree,
on Tuesday, and was instantly killed. His
neck was broken.
Fomm—The discharge papers of Warren
Titus, Company F, 83d Pa. regiment. The
owner can have them by applying at this office,
and paying for this advertisement. •
MA9.9 MEETING AT Canmsm—The loyal vo
ters of Cumberland county will hold a Union
Mass Meeting at Carlisle, on Thursday next.
Eminent speakers will be in attendance. Let
there be a grand rally.
Than Tamis, Esq., has selected a new
name for the building known as Herr's HoteL
It will be hereafter known as the Thomsonian
House, which is the title adopted. We con-.
gratulate the new proprietor in his choice,
and trust that the Thomsonian House may
always be well filled with guests.
DROWNED IN A SPRING. —On Thursday a
little boy aged two years, son of Mr. John P.
Connors, residing near Slatelick, Armstrong
county, fell into a spring near the house and
was drowned. The little fellow had gone to
the spring unobserved, and when discovered
life was extinct.
PERSONAL. —Among the military arrivala
here we notice Capt; G Washington Fenn,
of Co. C, 201st regiment. The Captain has
been detailed to assist in holding the court
martial at Chambersburg, for the trial of of
fenders in the, Department of the Susque
We had a call, last evening, from our corres
pondent, A. H. 8., of company Isaac, 201st
regiment. • He gives a good account of the
GREAT SALE OF CHINA AND °THEE WARES.-
To-morrow (Saturday) at 2 o'clock, W. Barr
will sell, at the lower market house, a very
extensive assortment of Royal WorceSter ;Por
celain, Bohemian and China Parlor and Man=
tle.Ornaments. of the finest qualities, to which
the attention of our citizens is invited. There
will also be a large lot of household furniture
offered, at the same time and place. Also
tines sewing machines.
SEND TICKETS TO TICE SOLDIEMS.—We ' hope
that every Union man will bear in mind that
he must send the ticket of his locality tolhe
soldier in the field. Don't depend upon some
other person to do it—you that have a son,
brother or father in the army, send him sev
eral copies of your Congressional and local
tickets. • Do this without an hour's delay—a
paper bullet will do the' rebel sympathizers
and their Richmond allies as much harm as a
leaden one. Don't forget to send a loyal
ticket to the soldier ; he wants it and he de
pends upon you to furnish it; .
AT AL Acamitir.—A. fatal accident occurred
on Wednesday morning at the ore mines in
Williams township, Northampton °entity, by
the; caving in of the bank, by which a man
named George' Miller was almost inetat,olJ
killed, and another, Mr. George Lowry, seri
ously injured, so much so that his life is de
spaired of. Miller had heen at work at die
bottom of the mine, at least 100 feet deep,
when part of the embankment fell on him,
partly covering and fastening him, when he
called upon Lowry above for assistance, who
immediately went down to relieve him, and.
when so doing another 'part of the embank
ment gave way and fell down the mine, com
pletely covering up Mr. Miller and also partly
Mr. Lowry, who extricated himself and was
pulled up. ,
THE Carlisle American thus disposes of a
false rumor that is being circulated by. the
Copperheads in Cumberland county:
A. Smut FABBICATIOIC—Some of the more
infamous of, the Copperhead fraternity, have
invented and are circulating a silly story, to:
the effect that Hon. Frederick Watts, Col. R.
N. Henderson, and CoL J. B. Parker, all
three prominent Republichna, have dew put
and taken open ground for Gunboat McClel
lan for the next Presidency. The 'story is ,
simplY ridiculous, having not a shadow of
foundation to rest upon, and in the desperate
fortunes of tile. Copperhead candidate, was
intended for effect among the "greer&s " in
Oar worthy candidate, Abraham Lincolni ;
has no warmer, truer or more ardent support
ers than the three , gentlemen named.-
ANOTRZR GRAND RALLY VOR THIS UNION.--
The Council Fires .Burning on every Hilt and in
every Tralley.—The Union men of Harrrisburg
assembled again in the Court House, last
evening, in immense numbers. Indeed we
have never seen a more respectable or more
On motion of A. J. Herr, the following gen
tleraen acted as officers: • -
JAMES W. WIER. V r
Dr.W.W. Rutherford, Capt. G.. Washington
Henry Beader, Fenn, - ,
Jerome T. Barnitz, Wm. Mitchel,
John Wallower, • Alex.,'Boser;
Charles H. Mann, Wm, T. llhldrup ;
W. G. Thompson, L. It Metzgar,
George W. Wiestling, H e Gilbert,
Lt. George B. Cole, Dian,
, • SECRETARIES.
Eugenti Snyder, Henry Shelleriberger;
Dr. John P. Heller,. Amos W. Young, -
Collin McCurdy, David Barnes.
Gen. S. P. Carey, -of Ohio, was then intro..
duced. He was received with great enthusi
asm, and proceeded to deliver one of the very
ablest and most telling , speeches we have ever
had the pleasure of hearing. • A large number
of copperheads were present, who doubtless
went home last might, better informed as to
the falsity of the politics and:th'e injustice of
thirpolitica than they,eVer Were'beforik.'
Carerfi ePeeoli' increage4-I;Jnion stock larg*
in this Oily,
LITTLE BAREFOOT. —A grand complimentary
benefit having been tendered Miss Bella Gol
den, in:view of heideparthre, this evening had
been set apart for that purpose. ' On this oc
casion the beautiful play, entitled LITTLE
BAREFOOT, will be performed, with the full
strength of the Star Combination Company.
The great character of Amri will, b.e sustained
by Miss Golden. The entertainment will
close with a local play, entitled Snounnzn
STRAPS—Miss Golden in two characters. We
trust that,there, will. be .a . full„attendance. to
witrieseltholidnifrable iietiormances ofjiriits
G.,•-wlro cohclidAsifer engagenient to-iiiorroW
evening. She has won an enviable reputation
since her advent here, and will be welcomed
by our amusement-loving population, should
she ever return to bur city.; -Go to Brant's
Hall to-night. Secure your seats at Bann
litres Drug Store.
CONTINIT ' ATION OF TIM DELIT.The follow
ing persons have been drafted for Northum
berland, Snyder and Union counties yester
day afternoon, viz : . ,
Benjamin Rhine, James Giffon,
Michael Frankenfield, Joshua Cole,
Joseph Cander, Fred Bumgardner,
William E Fetzer, Leonard Wolsey,
Thomas O'Hair, Charles L Fidler,
Samuel G Frey, James E
William J M'Dowell, Samuel Rive],
Jacob H Ernst, Peter M Dressler,
'Thomas Dyer, .‘ Peter E'retier, "-
Peter Dunkle, Peter Beard,
Albert Shaffer; ; Jacob Lark,
Jacob Bay, ' Emanuel B Heed,'
James Hunt, fames Bogert,
Joseph M Beaver, Henry C Showers,
Joseph M Waters, Henry D Sortman,
William Reinard, J 1) Dieffendorfer,
SarenelKeyser, Jacob Annkst,
James Seamen, Joseph Rishel,
William Allen, • William A Reed,
Isaiah Rickel, Seth 0-
John Foust, Nicholas Ernst.
Samuel Eshbach, John C Lewars,
David M Hays, George Watt,
Addison: shop. Jacob Keener,
John Walize, Henry Shoemaker,
Benj Troup, Solomon Dentler,
Wm Raup, Wm H Karchner,
Wm Weitman, Stephen ll,Glazei
George Frankenfield, Isaac H Wartman,
Theodore Reynolds, Percival Faust,
Peter Burch, Andrew Snyder,
Joseph aughes,', R 0-Rucluhan.
• ' sitosson TOWNSHIP.
Bernard Kline, . Nathan Fetter,
Daniel Benfer, Jacob Kline,
Jacob Snyder, Frederick Leitzel,
John Brouse. . Philip Mowerer,
DaiTd Wetzel; -' Abraham Eyer,
Charles Mowerer, John Klingle,
Franklin Snyder, Jacob Beaver,
John Fertig, 'Philip Harman,
Pharis Harman, Israel Woodling,
Joel Hallenbach, T Henry Wagner,
Peter Bromic+, Solomon Wetzel,
Abraham Heiser, Wm Wetzel,
John Erdley, Isaac Benfet
Daniel Smith, George Foltz,
Mathias Sehner, Richard Sanders,
Daniel Hentzelman, - Wm &diner,
George Sheterly, Isaac Troup,
Aaron J Roush, Frederick Burgert,
Hesekiah Shrander, Napoleon Brosious,
Wm G Heiges, ' Jonathan Krechbraum,
James B Torrey, Ware Arbogast,
Cyrus Rathvon, Michael West,
Lehi - Wilson Rathvon,
George Shaffer, Levi Reichert,
JOseph.Meiser, David Garman,
Daniel Stuck, • Henry Helvie, •
Moses Troup, Bonneville Boyer,
John Rathvon, Jonathan Brooker,
Jacob J Roush, Philip Zendp,
Franklin Erb, Wm Harding,
Abner Honberger, Joseph Gelnett,
Henry Mengle, ' John Durmor,
Benjamin Partzline, Thomas Bidding,
George Reickenbach, Wm Heine,
Henry Sweigard, John Fisher,
Charles Boyer, • Frederick Hine,
Jonathan Boteiger, George R Martin,
Wm H Peifer, James Mi.nium.
Franklin Spots, Martin D Dunkle,
John jones, .J Michael Boiler, '
Wm Hank, Bens Kertz,
Calvin G Dressbach Levi Muller, -
Elias Leitzel, John Edinger,
Charles Hendricks, IsaV,oug, ,
3 - ohli - Oldfield, • Thos Huntingdon,
James H Taylor, Daniel Grouse,
Solomon Ritter, , Henry A Boyer,
Jonathan Specht, Wm Rider,
Robert Neff, John Hoy,
Win Martin, James Adams,
James S M'Cright, Wm Lilley,
Elias Frederick, Jacob Danberman,
Isaac A Kline.., Peter S Handly,
I Peter Straham, Abraham Wolfinger,
joseph Burns, Jacob H Smith,
George Bengler, John R Hursh, '
Job Turner, Wm Walker,
Frederick Moyer,. , Wm XemerY,
Gideon Hock, Wm L Shamp,
Wm Baker, Henry Smith,
John Young, James W Simonton,
David Honiler; - - Richard'M Jordan.
'Ai ilome Airead.
Henry Galmus, of the Seventh ward, Fitts- ;
burg, committed suicide on Tuesday evening,.
by swallowing arsenic.
A monster Union mass- meeting was held at
Pittsburg yesterday. Gen. Negley was chief
Rain fel during a portion of last night, and
we are again favored with an abundance .of
Cambria county papers state that Mrs. Kee
lan and her four children, of Johnstown, were
Consumed in the flames at the time of the
railroad accident near Thompsontown, last
Bright--Old Abe's prospects for the Presi
Maj. Win. Sloan, one of the pioneer settlers
of Bloomsburg, died in that place, a few days
If there were a 11/Lis Robinson Crusoe on a
desolate island, with ao one to please but her
Own reflection in the water, she would yet
every day make and ;wear the newest fashions.
James Johnson, of-Reecazi township, Clear
field county, was killed on Sunday last, by a
limb of a treelailing on-him' as he was going
14138 - IN - 'ESS
utt. , NoTrou , To raz Posuc.—l am instructed
by - 0.44: 1 1nan, No. •1, corner of -viola and,
Marketijitraeta,:ito;infonu the' pUblic that he
ipiaa - ,,this day; 'Friday, September
30th,' 48 to sell out his entire stock of
iirygdods at COSe. The stock is large- and'
complisins the '113,45E1t digiiiioDatole styles of lar
Oleo Aresie , gooda 'in the market, with a very
desirable isiortmentl of , Moths, cassimeres,
vesting and a general assortment of goods
that:make up the stock of a , large retail dry
goods store. The publio'shumble servant,
. I. T. VANHORN,
Qor.,sfif FrOrit and Market AS., Harrisburg, Po.
: - '
AGA tared in olio Sthreedi4s
PEVEItr AND . , ~„ 1
inever. fitirs,lby pinag-Dr. Rogers' sore cure.
t-4 pull( r ytigt*blii— -Palk Fuld, getll-lox..
hitc-iriiek id' Vitt - Nall Hof& ' - ,-piytilit*
fred: '-' ' a ' ' ' 8e1:46.1W*
REDUCED RarcEs.—The unprecedented rush;
at Bowman a cheap dry goods store, can only
be accounted for from the fact, that he is sell
ing goods cheaper than any other merchant
in Harrisburg,• and was the Lfirst and only
man, perhaps, that has reduced the price of
goods under the limited decline. Theuricer
thin condition of things, we think,•permits us
to say, now is the time to purchase at No. 1,
corner of Front and Market streets.
LATEST ABEIVAL.—The undersigned takes
the pleasure to inform the ladies of this city
and vicinity, that she has received this day a
liirge quantity of CLOAKS and. CIRCII
LARS, ranging in price from $6 to $25. This
stock comprises the very latest styles and best
qualities, all of which have been purchased
since the decline in gold, and are offered at
lqwer rates than they can be sold for by any
other establishment in the city.
• MRS,: M. • MAR, . :
Boger's Old St:4l, No, 12 Market street.
sept2B-tf , .. • .
To TEM LADIES. -Every lady' 31'16111d have a
Package of the Worlds Sovereign Balm for the
teeth. No toilet table is complete without it.
liwill remain this week at the White Hall Ho
tel, where you can send for it. (Circulars
free.) DR.. S. ROGERS.
The Greate.at Invention of the
Is the Pearl. Cement, manufactured. by S.
Rogers, 608 Chestnut street, Thiladelphia.—
It is truly wonderful. Mr. Rogers is now in our,
city, and will remain alfew days at . the White
Hall Hotel. Our citizens should avail them
delves of this oportunity to call on him and
irocure a supply of it. (Circulars free.)
DA. M'Bkron's King of Paid should be kept
hi every family. Will cure Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache in three minutes. Diarrhceo,
Bloody Flux, pain in the Back And Side, Inflam-
Mation of the Kidneys and Liver Complaint
and Palpitation of the Heart. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUNKEL k BRO.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
All orders frcez a distance promptly attended
Stu3arrrirrss.—Persons desiring to go as
Substitutemvill do well , to call upon Sullivan
S. Child, Telegraph Printing Office, Harris
burg. . sep27-dlw
cloaks and Furs'! Cloaks and
We will open next week the cheapest and
largest assortment of Cloaks and Furs in Har-
Bburg, all bought at greatly reduced prices.
eautiful muffs at 450 and 5 dollars. Splen
iia cloaks as low as 9 and 10 dollars. Black
()loth for cloaks as low as $2 50. White all
Wool flannels as low as 65 to 70 cents, worth
r cents. 4 by 4 bleached muslin 55 cents,
worth 75 cents. French merinos, bleak al-
Papeas, black bombazines, all at reduced
500 doz of woolen' and cotton stockings,
children% wool:4 stockings as low:as 15 cents.
Cassimere for boy% weaL Vie. greatest bargins
is blaCk silks. We have now in store a very
large stock of goods, and will sell at less than
Wholesale prices, in order to reduce our stock.
Bargains in Irish linen bought at auction.
Call and judge for yourself. S. LEWY.
Miss BF..LLA. GOLDEN—Dear AfissC:—A few of
Ite many of year admirers desirous of an ,op
rtunity to maniferit their high. appreciation
of your worth as a lady, and admiration of
your talent and genius as an actress and vo
calist, take occasion in this note to tender to
You a Complimentary Benefit, to take place
at such a time as shall be most agreeable to
yourself, Most Respectfully,
J L Hammer, John H Brant,
W G Thompson, P J Nichols,
tient W W Gibson, J G Coburn,
S Hall, Charles Mercur,
li Fertig, Wm Phillips,
Jos D Baker, Wm Brady,
J E Ford, .0 S A, A EZimmerman,
James-M'Clay, Robert Vaughn,
tient Thos ECWilkes, Slimier & l'razer,
D Bensinger, Joseph Kahnweiler,
J M Miller, D H Hutchinson,
G W Ramsey,- W H Emminger,
W H Brown, , Charles H Mann,
0 A Bannvaft, _ W. H H Sieg, .
Win Knoche, Creo W Hoffman,
' and 27 others.
THEATRE, Sept. 28, 186 t.
Messrs. J. L. Haminer, John H. "Brant, W. E,
Thompson and others.
GENTrzarsav—Your favor of this Late is just
received. Allow me to thank you most sin..
cerely for your kind,offer of a complimentary
benefit, and believe me, I shall ever-regard
this as one of the greatest compliments of my.
life. With the kind permission of the man
ager, I appoint Fridily evening, Sept. 30th; for
With, high regard, I remain your obedient
Eiferant, 2t 33ELLA GOLDEN.
SPECIAL - NOTICES.
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
; This celebrated Toilet Soap, in snob universal de
mand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emollient inns nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin.
For sale by all Druggists and Taney Goods Dealers.
4DITOR OF TELEGRAPH:
Dear Sir:—With your permission I wish to say to the
readers of your paper that. I will send, by return mail, to
alrwhe wish it (free,) %Recipe, with full directions for
*eking and using a sioiple Vegetable Bain that will ef
fectually remoVe Ohl:bike, 'Pimples, Blotches,
Freckles, and all Impurities of thiSkin, leaving the same
sell; clear,nmooth and beautifuL •
I will aldd mail free to those having Bald Heads or Bare
Faces, simple directions and hiformation that will enable
them to start atoll growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
cir a Moustache, in lees than thirty days.
All applications answered by return mail wjthout
charge. • Respectfully yours, '
881 Bteoftway Relt-Ircoitz
, - Pruitt VEGETABLE TONIC.
-, l 9 pag 'most healthy:WitOxis - ftiel more 0 - 143
A, weak this extreme mum *Sather, and lose their Sp:
petite. 'They need a.g/iod ,str,ong Telile r :one that will
eirengthen the nervous sYstem turd Seined]. Thlajthey.
moiset at 50 cents per bottle t .ni)lMAL. ilalllkvNikr27i
South Pine street, Harriaburg. • Orders from a distance
promptly attended to. augl
SOLDIEIIS, TAKE IT WITIVICOU.?
The greatest trouble to persons in the Army, especially
id this season, is Dysentery,,.which , (by death or by dim
bility) weakens the service more than the Rebels do.
Very matey have Mosul, upon trial, the DYSENTERY
DROPS are. among .the very bestpreendoffives and cures
that are to be had. Every officer and .every, soldier
should tarry It with hiss, and thereby reasonably insure
hinffitdragainstil ..greitlianger, 'lt is prepared in Harris
bumby MRS. L. BALL, at 27 Pine street, between Second
suid,ont. Take a phial with you. Price 26 cents.
A CARD TO THE SUFFERING.
Swallow two or three hogsheads of "Buchn," “Tonle
Bitters," 'Sarsaparilla," “Nervous Antidotes,' Are., dm.,
&c., and after you are satisfied with the result, then try
One box of OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECI
FIC P end be restored to health and vigor in less
than thirty dein They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, prompt and salutary In their effects on the broken
down and ehattered constitution. Old and young can take
them with inivantage. Imported and sold in the United
States only by . Zia, BUTLER.
-- 1404. 427 Broadway, Now York.
zsgrAgent for the United States
.1. S.—A Box of the Prils, seeerely wired, will, be
Mailed to any Margin ggiyerrelpt of price, which is ONE
DOLLABotPerd-Peld'frilanflYll "ceded by the Agentift
entire satiinoffeit is not even. Jyls-44wilm
HARHISBURCii, Sept, 28, 1864.
' • al Consumptives. .
coneumptivolufferers will receive a valuable Preaciip
tion for the cure of Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
and all throat and Lung affections, (free of charge,) by
sending their address to
Rev. EDWARD A. WiLSON, Williamsburg, Kings
county, New York. (sepl,n-diitwam
“A Slight Cold.” Coughs.
Few aro aware of the importance of chocking a Cough
or "liILITHT corm" , he its first stage; that Wkieti in the'be
ginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected,•soon
attacks the lungs.' "Brown's Bronchial Trochee give
sure and almost immediate relief. Military o.ffiCel:d and
Soldiers should have that, as tkey can be carried in the.
pocket and taken as occasion requires. angl.o-dhwim
FiA Dirlgt • •FrAIN
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair -
IS THB REST 111 TAN WORLD.
Tho only Darodees, True-and..Bisiiabis Dye .Knonni-
Tate splendid Bair ilye le perfect—ohauges Red,illusty
or Stay Hairiustantly- - to irGlossY /Auk or traitsiatHrottat`
without injuring the Hair.orataMittg the Skin, leaving Elie'
Hair soft and beautiful ; imparts torah Vitality, fre,duently
restoring its pristine otter,- and- reetillenthe effects of
- ead Pyeta. The genuine is. stigned , WILLLAX A. BATOR;
ir-I.OR. All others are mere imitations, and shoitid be
avoided. Sold hy all DrugpiiltiOho .' wry al' B Ait
ST, N. Y. , , • :
11110HILWP eelir C 11111.01.401 shamus TEEM HSI*,
Military .13usiriess.,atteptiqd, Tp
Bounty . , Pension, Back Silbsittence! and Military
and War Claims,
~generally, madnout and collected. Per
sons residing at a distance ca Vivi their , buslness trans
acted by Mait, by, addrosffing *
MUGENEsr. YOKEL, Attorney,ut-Law.
Third street, Harriskarti. Pa
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED!
• DR. BUGRAN'S ENGLISH' SPEUITIC nits cure, in
less than 80 days,,,the worstTcases of NERVOUSNESS,
Impotency, Premature Decay, - Solihull Weakness, Tamil-
By, and all Urinary Sexual—and Nervous Affections, no
matter Prom what_cause4produced. Price;:One Dollar per
box. Sent, post , paid, by mail, on receipt of an order.
One. Box will perfect. the cure in most cases. Address
• . JAMIE S. BUTLER,
, . .
fyl.s4lBax3m . General Agent„.42o BrOadWay, N. V.
For the care of Hoarseness, Throat Pb-
eases, Ste., Fare specially reconamended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to spenk.in public. Manufactured
only by C A. Bannvart ;Jr; Co., Harrieburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where. -
Bead the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
HAmusattne, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. Bererv f urr--De4rßir: I have used
Browns Bronchial Trochea,,Witter's Lozenges
and' other -preparations ..for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and iwoompariOn with them
all, can oheerfully commend your own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
And colds. r have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually. .
Yours truly, - T..H., BOBDISON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian. Church.
OiSPI agree with Mr. Bobinson as to the
value-of Barnivart's Trochee; -
W. C. tDATTELL,
Late Pastor of O S. Presbyterian Church.
Hiisisatato, JlOl., 1864.
To C.A. Itpurvgim—Dear Sir: In the habit
of spealring very liequentlY,..land in places
where the vocal organs:are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expect°
rant, and that want hakbeen Supplied inyour
excellent Troches. '
I consider - them very far superior to any
Lozewes that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing th
effectiveness of the delivery , of' public a( .
dresses. Yours,. • •
JNO. •NALKER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To O. A. Hunivarr--Dear Sr: Having user.
your Troches, • L am free to , say they are
the best I have , ever twied and take great
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
afflicted with. sore. throat .or huskiness, of
voice arising from public, sipekkAng_:er
Yours, 3 itc., • RAREOTRAW, •
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist church. •
D.19T8/(I,T AOMNBIefi OFAIOE
Ite.iinga - Jaci, Feb. 29; 1864...
To C. A. IlAnit:valirL./iccii.' Sir I have
found your Troches
.to be invaluable . in re-
Having hoarseness and in strengthening the
mausolea of the throat • • Their 4131tI t t Clegnloo
to the voice, and-are editainly of great ben&
flt to all pnblio speakers: - HERB
NEW , OPENING
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Ftr - kitioit V1EJ13.13!!
The Largest: and bestVeleeted stock in this city!
licel*, Cloak Store,
IN IX W s . GEOS' NEW 'BLOCK,
sep2-tf • .
NO 1.3 'A
-11-g A TO!
MRS. M. MAYER,
NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
Has just Opened her new FALL STOCK of
BONNETS,. LADIES' AND
RATELKAS•AND FLOWERS,. .
s• i Aiao, • •
.j THE LATEST STYLES
CiLOARS AND 'of CIRCULARS
And a fine assortment of
WOOLEN ROODS, RTIEL4S,,
=MI OF , ,
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qnstently on land,-bCsidee'ehrything usually found in
the largest. funilsging eatttblisbments in the country.
rIIBE Directors of the Poor' of Dauphin
"Vasty will offer at public letting, on. the preinisee,
thn MILL belonging to said county, on TUESDAY, the
At of October nark foethiterinot oneyear, to commence
on the first day of kerit, 1885, said letting to commence
O'clock 7. said day, when attendance will be
L ard terms made known,
_by • • •
. ' V.J.LIA - 15. ENDERS,. .
SREESL , Y, froireetoys,
Sept. /901, 18(14.—isepti2rOnvtd
THE undersigned, .executors of • General.
John Forster, deceased, will offer at public sale at;
the Court House, in the city of Harrisburg, on TUESDAY,
the 18th day of October, A: D. 1864, at 10 o'clock A- X. of
said day, a portion of the real estate of said dereaaed, as
follows, viz :
• No. I—A three-story brick house and lot of, ground
'situated on Front street, in the city aforesaid , now occu
pied by Mrs. S. N. Dom . • •
Said property is 23 feet 43" inches front and running
back towards River alley 123 feet, with the privilege of
:using an alley between said house and the,former red.-
..deuce of. said deceased.'. The form tuld.,'AlSe of ' mid 'pro,
perty fully exhibited by a survertdidilpit,. of the same,
the possession of the'execntork ' '
NO. 2—A certain tract or piece of land, containing one
'Ode and 153 perches, with a very. valuable :Otai-stiarY;
brick house thereon erected, situated 'hi 'Silsithehannt
tovisbip, Dauphin ,couiny, on the public rbad,feedtng -
• from NarrlAburg to the mountain, and boiroded bYlands
of M'Exe, Isaac Nisley, Herman,Alricks, Esq., and Ohm*,
property is'cOnsidered a very desirable country - 04,
dence, nokonly - on account of itSbeautifel location, Int l
cxonx the fEedr-ef its being convenient to the city of Harris
' No. 3—Certain lots of ground situated in said city of
Harrisburg fronting on Briggs street and numbered re
spectiVely Roraima to seventeen, inclusive.
Lots 'Me to 8, incrusiVe, are each 20' feet wide in
front on said street and extend back 100 feet to Dubb's
Lots No. 10 to 17, tnelusivefare each 20 feet wide in
fronto on said street, and extendbacklo6 feet; 9 Inches W.
Oliver Alley, with Myrtle alley ; between:them, as shown
on the draft of said '. , . •
Lot No. 1 0322 feet 4.inoheavride on Briggt.street and
100 feet deep, fronting on said street, and extending back
to Dabbs' alley aforesaid. - . ; - •
'Lot No. 915106 feet 9 inches deepand 18 feet front on
said Week, and extending back to Oliveralley.
• A plot or draft of said lots is in possession of the under
signed, which clearly exhibits the size,frelative situation
,and boundaries of each of them, which can be examined
by any person at any time before the day of sale.
The terms or conditions of sale will be: One-third the
Purchase money to he paid in cash, when deed is made to
the purchaser ankpossession of the property delivered;
one-third part thereof payable at the termination of five
}dears, and the remaining third part at the end of ten years
from the delivery of the deed and possession, with legal
interest oh the deferred payments, payable semi-annually.
The payment of deferred instalments and the interest
thereon to be secured by the bonds of purchasers and
mortgagea on the premises sold; Provided, however, if
Purchasers should desire to pay the whole, tummy larger
proportion than one-third of the price in end, the terms
may be varied in that respect by the undersigned, and as
they may think proper.
Any information desired in relation to the above de
scribed properties, or either of them, can be had by ap
plying to John H. Briggs or Benjamin L. Forster, Harris
burg. MARGARET 'S. - FORSTER,
BENJAMIN L. FORSTER,
• JOHN H. BRIGGS,
Executors of General John Forster, deceased.
Harrisburg, Sept. 21, 18134—isep23413tawts
CLO - 41iS,
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
eValuable Real• Estat-
Valuable Real Estate
On Wednesday, October 19, 1.861,
WILL be sold at public verldue, or outcry,
at the public housed!' Raymond 81, Kendig's Rail
road Hotel, Middletown, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania,
the following property, late the estate of George Fisher,
Esq., deceased, viz : .
A TRACT OF LAND,
In said borough of Middletown, containing / 2 21 acres and
63 perches, neat measure, bounded by the Swatara river,
and Lancaster, Elizabethtown, end Middletown Turnpike
road, and Fry's Mill road, and out lots of the said borough
The Yerumylvania railroad depot is within few yards
of the farm, and the Union canal passes through it, Along
the banks of said canal, for about- half a mile, there are
landings laid out and rented for board and coal yards.
The farm lead is of the finest quality; has recently been
limed, is in a good state of cultrtatlon, and has a sufficient
quantity of timber growing thereon for the uses of the
say- The farm will be sold in lots, if desired by porches
ALSO, a piece of land called Ports Mouth Continued,
originally laid out in 1828, in lots; by George Fisher, Esq.
The Union canal and basin having• been subsequently con
structed upon said property, the part now offered for sale
are lots and. portions of lots marked 6,7, 8, 9,10, 11, 12, 13,
14 and 18, and which were not used by the said canal cam.
parry, and are now tenanted. by Sepia, Ctirmany & Co., for
piling lumber, and are adjoining tneir saw mill property.
ALSO, the following lots in the general plan of the town
of Portsmouth, marked with the Nos. 12, 13, 22, 63,
61, 72, 143, 242, 243, and 244.
The three latter lots are on the Pennsylvania canal and
basin and were recently occupied by Jas. Young, Esq., as
a landing for coal and cumber.
Terms of sale Will be made known by
Surviving , trustee of the widow and heirs of George Fisher,
Esq., deceased. [sep22-62awts:w3t
WILL be - sold on the premises; on
THURSDAY, the =leaf October, 1864, at 2 o'clock
that well-known businesastand, the Updegrove
Lock Property, situated five miles above Harrisburg, in
Susquehanna township, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania,
fronting east on the Pennsylvania canal and railroad,
west on the Tiirplko, and b'usquehannit river, consisting of
A CANAL .GROC ERY.. ; '..•• •
The best On the line ordinal, lid/di anchen
must pass the place.
That can at all times befitted with hoarders a.STORE
attached; with dry-goods counter, shelving and, fixtures.
It is decidedly the best situation in the neighborhood for
a store. The stabling cannot be equalled on the line of
canal.. It is new, and so arranged that each team can
have a separate lockup; about 30 horses can find room.
Also sheds, large and commodious, Hay Houses, Carriage
house, Wagon-shod, Warehouse; Carpenter shop, Stone
Ice house and cellar, Stone vault for vegetable; together
with Wood-house, Smoke-house, and alt' in good order ;
summer kitchen, two pumps never-falling soft gravel
water, one pump in the kitchen. The underpinnings are
all stone to the buildings. Hay Scales. A constant stream
of water running through the hog yard, and conveniences
for butchering.. The above premises are 'within' stone
throw of the:Rockvide passenger railroad depot, where
stop the cars of thoTottsville, Northern Central and Penn
sylvania Central railroads.
, Personi are requeSted to call and view the premises.
The title is good and is sold on coconut of iil health of the
proprietor. ' '
Attendance given and terms made "known by
sep2l-wtmdtuerfr) . W. P. HENRY.
[Lancaster Alraiiiiker And 'Lebanon Courier insert till
Este, and send bills at once to this office.].
Real Estate Sale.
ON THURSDAY OCTOBER 13,1864.
WILL SOLD . AT PUBLIC SALE, ON
the premises, late the Real Estate of_George Hef
&bower, deceased, situated in West Pennsbore township,
(timberland county, about two miles southeast or New.
vtlle, near the Cumberland Valley Railroad, and • about
three-fourths of a mile north of the turnpike, adjoining
lands of Brice J. Sterrett Geo. Rca; Samuel Relilebower,
John Myers, Geotge G. Davidson, and lands of the heirs
of said deceent, a tract of
containing 103 acre; 131 perches-88 sores of which are
cleared, and in a good state of cultifatimr, — llie - ititiainz
der is covered with excellent timber,. 'There is erected
on the premises a •
NEW BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
'new'and large BANS BARN, with all the necessary out
buildings to make a comfortal:de home. Also a 'YOUNG
APPLE ORCHARD, with a variety of other choice fruit
trees on the premises. Any person wishing to view the
property before the day of sale, will be shown the same
by calling on Samuel Eleillebower, residing thereon.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, n., on said day, when
terms .will be made klown by
Agents for the heirs of said deceased.
Steam Engine and Machine Shop,
SIXTH ST., HETWIrs'N WALNUT AND MARKET,
(J. C. Malta's Old Stand.)
MEM ' undersigned having taken the .above
Shop, respectfully solicits a share or the public pa
tronage. • .
Particular attention will be paid to repairing of liteam
Engines, and all kinds of machinery. All work will re
calve my personal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed
•E. C. SOBIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
0/1108 tnr TMIRD M. A. 11098 ILLR‘r.
Bounties, Pensions and Baok Pay collected at lege
rates. • • fseP34/34,*
TO HOTEL ILEEPERS. -
THE HOTEL PROPERTY kuomaike the
- - -
In this city, - is-offered at private sale on arnomm&lating
teems. Apply to Q. W. Btrzarrat,
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S• HALL
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
THIS FRIDAY EyiNING, SEPTEMBER 1884.
'Will be performed, for the first time in. We city, the Y
ally moral and Emotional Play, entitled
. . _
• Little Barefoot
To conclude, for the first time here, with the :Goat
"piece de circonstance," written by Martin Gorden. en
- SHOULDER S RAPS:
n-For nuttier partlenlais see progiamilie.
New National Theatre ! -
New National Theatre 11.
COR. OF NORTH SECOND AND SOUUTH ST&
Sole Lessee and. Manager - E.MARBLIL
Stage Manager, . - - HA7Rwr GILBERT.
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
TENDERED TO •
MR. J. M. WARD,
• ' And Positively his Last Appearance, -
On which occasion a host of volunteers will I . r.ppear,
CAPTAIN BARNES, _
In his celebrated essence of OLD VIRGINNY, •
RECITATIONS, SINGING AND DA.ITC:i.NG:
A Great Bill !
Don't Forget Friday Night
PRICES OF ADMISSIO.N.-Parquette, 50 cents;
lery, 25 cents; Orchestra Chairs, $1 00; Private P.oz_ioa,
$5 and $lO.
Doors open at 7%. Curtain rises at 6 o'clock.
Box Office open from 10 till 12 and from 2 fill-I--
P. M., when seats can Re reserved witlfiut, mare charge.
and kept until end of tint act.
irrircompany consists ofhe best -tar poi -
The managers takes pleasure in announcing that they
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS & CO., Proprietor
BILLY Poems, Business Agent. au29d
raßeeretary of the Treasury gives notiee
t subscriptionswill be received for Con
pon Treasury Notes, payable three years from
August 15th, 1864, with semi-annual interest
at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cunt.
per annum—principal and interest both to lae.
paid in lawful money.
These notes will be convertible at the option
of the bolder at maturity into sir per cent
gold bearing bonds, payable not less than five
nor more than twenty years from their data,
as the Government may elect. They will be
issued in denominations of $5O, 8100, 8500:
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all subscriptionsnaust
be for fifty. dollars or some multiple ef--fulty -
notes will be transmitted to'the ONtders
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the original Certificates of De- ,
posit as they can be prepared. • ,
As the notes draw interest from August 15,
persons making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued front date:
of note to date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dol
lars and upwards for these notes at any one
time will be allowed a commission of ono
quarter of one per cent.
Special Advantages of this iLoati.
IT IS A NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other anti tliti
best securitly. Any .savings bank which pa:, s
depositorsm V. S. Notes, considers that it is
paying in the best circulating medium. of the
country, and it cannot pay in anythingbetter,
for its own assets are either in govertmient
securities or in notes or bonds payable in goy :
ernment paper. •
It is equally convenient as a temporary b.; „.
permanent investment. The notes can-. 11.11.
ways be sold for within a fraction of their.
face and accumulated interest, and are the -
best security with banks as collaterals for dia.=
Convertible into a 6 per Cent. 6-20 Goldload.
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes for three years, this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three percent.-
per annum, for the current rate for 4-20 Bonds
is not less than nineper cent. premittitii andbo
Ore the war the premium on six per cent. U.
S. stooks was over twenty per cent. It will
be seen that the actual profit on this loan, at
the present market rate, is not less than ten
per cent, per annum.
Its Exemption from State' or- Municipal
Bat aside from all the advantages we have
enumerated, a special act of Congress exempts
all, bonds and Treasury notEs from localtaiation.,
On the average, this exemption is worth about.
two per cent. per annum, according to the
rate of taxation in various parts of the country.
It is believed that no securities effei 'so
great inducements to lenders as those issued .;
by the GoVemment. In all other foxing or
indebtedness, the faith or ability of -private •
parties, or stock companies, or separate com
munities, only, is pledged for payment, - -while,
the whole property of the country.is held it,•
secure the discharge of all the obligations ot
the United States. • •
W the Goyim:al:mut offers the molt s
liberal terms for its loans, it believes that the
very strongest appeal will be to the loyalty
and patriotism of the people .
13p to the 24th of September, the subserip-,
tions to this loan amounted to over
• Suascatenolis WILL BE anonym:, by ills
Treasurer of the United States, at Washing
ton. the several Assistant Treasurers Alai
designated Depositaries, and by the _
MIST NATIONAL BANK OF HARRISBURG.'
ALL RESPECTABLE BANKS'AND BANKERS
throughout the country will give further
AFFORD EVERE . FAULLSTY TO SUBSCRIBERS.
VIRESII • CRACKERS. —Boston Witie "WV ,
mita, Boman Milk Biscuits, Boston Butter
cults, Boston Oystor Crackers, Boston Pic-nic Cracker -
Trenton Baum °rakers, just received at 41
1948 BOYFS at KoRRPERI.t
A slum but superior lot of HONEY, JIM
J 1 received, at SHISLER & FRAZER'S.
- - THIRTY-NINTH NIGTITI7I7 - --
Rouse's Star Combination CoAlldn.; , t .
itonsoN Star Combination Annfri4ll;
Rouse's Star Combination Coiniiny,
-Miss Bella Golden:l
SA.TIIEDAY EVENING, OCT. 1, 1864,
MISS.BELLA. GOLDEN ,
Will appear for the last time.
A Great Bill?
Secure your Sats
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.