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M01NL.79 AND EVEII7NO,
BY GEORGE BERGNER,.
orn - os THIRD ST., NEAR WALNUT. •
''BRIi/13 OF SUBSCRIPTION
Tee WILT Tustikisa is served to subscribers In the
city et 12 cents per week. Yearly Subseribeis will be
charged $l3 00 in advance. Those persons who neglectto
pity in advance will be charged $7 00.
Tan Tat WilLtrais also published weekly,and fefurelebetl
subscribers at following cash rates
Single copies, weekly_ ~,,
Three copies to one Post Oihoe
Ten (melee to one Poet Office
NEW A DVDRTISEMENTS.
When will Wonders Cease?
THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE WORLD!
DR. McBRIDE'S KING OF FAIN
WILL cure any ache or pain in from one
to sixty minute.
It acts like magic upon the absorbent and glandular
systems, redact g sweling,s and regule‘log the secretions
and excretions. It is of a effusive, penetrating nature,
exerts its influence from the periphery to the centre of
the nervous organism, thence by reflex action its power
is felt throughout the en.ire system, restoring the circu
lating fluids andthecking disease with invincible strength.
THE KING OP , PAIN IS INFALLIBLE
No matter what the,. pain apply the medicine and you
will find instant relief.. it is an internal and external
THE KING OF PAIN
Cures almost instantaneously, Headache, Earache; Neu
ralgia, Deafness, Sore Throat, Colds, Bronchial Affections,
Asthma, Dyspesia, Diarrhoea , Dysentery or BloodtFlux,
Liver complaint, Kidney Disease, Diseases of the Bladder
and Genital Organs, Cramp, Chelic and all spasmodic
pains, Fever and Ague, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Sprains and
wounds of every description. It proves itself the mastery,
as th • testimony, of thousands prove its meritorious worth.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by
S. A. KUNKEL, druggists, Sole Agents,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
The following letter from a soldier, in referencd to the
efficacy and powerful restorative qualitittes of DR. Mc-
BRIDE'S KINu OR PAIN, speaks for itself :
NEWVILLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, I
• Sept 14, 1864. J
..11eurs. S. A. Kunkel & Bro., dramitts,.Harrisburg, Pa,:
GENTS :—I would inform you that I rA ceived the bottles
of Mcßride's Great Pain Killer, and enclosed incase find
five dollars more, for which send me five bottles addition
al to.morrow. I leave for camp to-morrow. Let me
know whether you can supply me with it in the army. I
am in Company H, 202 d ,egiment P. V. I have been in
very bad health for upwards of four years, and two or the
one-dollar bottles have cured me completely, and have
made me feel like a roam. Besides, I have cured a num
ber of my comrades of various diseases incident to Camp
life, and can recommend it to be the best medicine the
soldier can provide for himself.
Yours respectfully, JO. E. WHITE.
/0- All orders from a distance promptly attended to by
S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.
A HOME CERTIFICATE.
Tho following cerLifleate Is from a well-known citizon of
EARRISErEG, Aug. 30,1864.
To TILE Punic gives me great pleasure to recom
mend to the public the medicine prepared by DR: J. J.
IIcBRIDE, which he calls the "SING OF PAIN." I was
Induced to use it as an external remedy for bruise, which
it relic ed immediately, and subsequently cured, entirely.
Its success induced me tu use it inrernally .for iarrhoea . ,
with which I was afflicted in a chronic form for neatly
eighteen months, anu to such an extent that my kidneys
were seriously deranged 'the medicine has cured me.
and certainly that Is saying a great ...eat in its favor, wffen I
reflect how many other remedies I tried without expert-
cooing any thin:, but temporary relief.. For •my part, I
shall always keep a supply of is in my house, believing as
I do that It is a most invaluable family meuicine.
DANISL F.. WILT.
The unexampled ante of tam medicine prove,. is to US
the most wonderful discovery of the age in the medical
The undersigned are the sole agents for the Slate, and
wlll supply it wholesale and retail.
S. A. KIN KEL & BRO., Druggists,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
PEIPHER'S DAILY LINE
Lock Raven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, blan
ey, Uniontown, Watsontown, Killen,:
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun.
bury, Treverton, Georgetown.
AND jEIARRISBURG - .
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located,' the
drayage will be at the lowest rates. The Conductor' goes
through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of
all goods Intrusted to the line. Goode delivered at the de.
pot of WILLIAM E. BURR, 812 Market street,
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock P. IL, will be delivered in liar
thaws the next morning?
Yreight Always as Low sus by /tiny Other
JOS. MONTGOMERY &CO.,
Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
Foot of Market street, Harrisburg.
NEW LIQ,UOII. STORE.
MRTANT TO LANDLORDS AND
OTHERS.—The undersigned offers at wholesale, to
the trade, a choice lot of the best icquors ever brought, to
Harrisburg, viz: French Brandies, Holland Gins, Haifa,
Frisk Bourbon, Wheat and Old Rye Whisky; •Foiieyta
and Domestic Wines,such as Champagne, Mid, Galawba,
its Ali liquors warranted, as represented. Landlords
and others will find it to their advantage to call and :es.
amine the assortment at the store, on South Second
/treat, two doors below Chestnut.
mi27-dem GEORGE WINTERS
CANNED FRUITS OF EVERY DESCRIP
TION. SAUCES of all the celebrated manufacturers,
o- every deseription.
Liao, DROWN STOUT, - FINE TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR
and SYRUP of till grades and prices, and the beet selected
stock outside of Philadelphia.
Al! goods guaranteed as represented.
Partioular r attention paid to all orders from a distance.
Goods carefully packed and delivered to all parts of the
elty free of charge. SIIIBLER & FRAZER,
my 6 succoesors to W. Dock, Jr., az Co.
WINE 110&LILNO Ski_EXIIY, imported
1848. Warranted the Finest Sherry Wine in thin
country. For Me at SRISLSR & FRAZER
I iM1.f.410 • t tn IV n rinnir , , tr b fin
it h rIOHENEIt'S exosisiOr hams, of this sea•
mix son's curing. Just received and for aide by
SEMLER Jr FRAZER,
(anocesams to Wm. Dock. ir.. &Co
Manufactured and for sale by
J. H kLL FOHIIMAN,
606 Cherry street, Philadelphia.
itirESS SHAD and FINE NEW MACK
.LYI. EREL, just received, at
MEW FISH.—New No- 1 and 2 Mackerel
In barrels, balf batrols and kitta, and by tbo pound,
at rangal SHISLER Ar. FRAZER.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR and COL N
14 MEAL always on hand, of the beat quality, at
1: BOYER & KOERPER.
Q in ikLMON.—Fine salt Salmon, at
anize sHIRI.ER & FRAZEE'.
HUCKSTERS' BASKETS.--Shisler Era
-35 ctoz: e nVetrbas
°Mkteet.7. Pock, jr., eo.,r, tazvelion jet"
Just received, a very' tine lot of Cranberries, at
eel; SHISLER & FRAZBIL
i a' n4SSORTED BEREA. GRIND
.I.eJ lir STONES for rale. A. K. FARNEsTOcK.
WINDOW BASH FOR SALE. —l6B lights,
9z14, well seasoned. Inquire of • • .
0. 4 . BENtt-Eft,
At Ziegler's Liquor store, bletifet.st
ANEW SUPPLY of FRESH SNORE/
HAMS, jut received this mormag, at
SHISLEg fi FRAzwg
Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & p •
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BY GEORGE BERGNER. : • HARRISBURG, PA.. TUESDAY . EEVNII.ING, OCTOBER 11_1864 • : • PRICE . THREE .;DENTS.
. 4 00
IVIES. M. MAYER,
NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
limpet. opened her new FALL STOCK of
o p . BONNETS, LADIES' AND
cLOAKS — AND OIRCIItARST.
And a fine assortment of
WOOLEN HOODS, NIIEL4B;
Consttuttly on hand, besides everything tisually found in
the largest furnishing est.blishments in.the country.
Fall and Winter Trade!
BALMORALS AND SCARFS!
FURS! PU - 17.14::
The Largest and best selected stock in this city I
New Cloak Store,
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW 'BLOOM,
Praptical and : Scientific
No. 29 NORTH- SECOND STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
Particular attention is called to the celebrated concave.
cony& Crystal Spectacles, which are warranted' to
strengthen and preserve the eyes of the wearer, and to'
last.from 10 to 12 years without change.
List of prices sent free to any direction. ,
Concave and convex tenses , set in steel frames, $2.
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set in best steel
CUneave and convex (JD 9ual Jensen., set iu silver frames,
Concave and convex crystal lensesoret in platlna names,
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set in gold franks,
$l5 to $25.
In ordering spectacles state how long glasses are used.
Any pair of glasses purchased, either here or Bent to Cr;
der, can be exchanged If not sailed to the eyb.
Always en hand a large assortment of Aeromatic Mi
croscopes, Telescopes, Opera and Field Glaswis, Thermom- e
eters, Barometers; Compasses, Drawing Instruments, and
Ster °scopes, with the latest views.
Send stamp for a catalogue containing prices, aro.,
Steam Engine and, Machine Shop,.
arra ST., BETWEEN WALNUT AND MARKET..
MHZ undersigned having -tken the above
I Shop, respectfully solicits a Owe of thopublic pa.
Particular attention will be paid to repairintof Steam
Engines, and all kinds of machinery. All work will re
ceive my personal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed .
MAKES pleasure to iatorm his friends and
Customers. and the public in general, that he has
opened a wholesale ana retail Variety, Nerion and Jew
elry Store, N 0.1.05% Market street, - above Eby ce /Nukes
Building, Harrisburg, tu.
it would occopy a great amount of space to enumerate
the articles compodag my stock. The purohaser will find,
torough my experience of thirteen years In the business,
that. I can sell goods equal to the jobbers in the Eastern
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
TOUCHING at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Has.
bor.) - The well known Steamers Of the Liverwo
New York end Philadelphia Steamship Company, are in
tended to sad as followa:s • •
City of Baltimore, Saturday, October 8; Etna, Sala*
day, October 15; Edingburg, raturday, October 21; and
every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North
130VER Ai KOKRPER
BATES OF PASSAGE, •
MAMA L GOLD, OS ITS NIQUIVALMT IN orourszroi
FIRST CABIN $BO 00 STEERAGE .........$3O 00
do to London 85 00 do to London 84 00
do to Paris 95 00 do to‘ Paris 40 00
do to Hamburg....9o 00 do• to Hamburg....B7 00
Passengers also f
rwasded to pivre, Bremen , Roftee•
dam, Antirerp,.&c., at equally low rates. -
Fares [root Liverpool or Queenstown:: let • Cabin, $75
$55 $lO6. Steerage , $B5. Those' *rho wish to send . 0
their Mends can buy tickets Imre at these rater.
• Tortirdierleformotion Apply at the Company's Office
:JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. or C. )
$ tifEERIIAN, Harrisburg.
OLIO NOTICE is hereby 'given, thitt in
,Fitusuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylvania,
passed the first day of June, 1889, thestookholders of the
F ran klin Bank, of Washington, Penna., will apply to the
nest session of the Legislature for a renewal: of_ its char
ter, with an increase of its metal from $160,000. to
$2OO 000. . C. SE. REED,I
W~xsrotr, Pi, June 24: - 18 6 4. ie27
rota. tine; itlidlOenkavg stook of Phqto
• graph arbuits - ' raid Card Pictures, we
has; -added a multrflitUfLO_ for the reception
of rood pictures.. They"paftosrafteri and will be admired
'TpercaillrAre;rn supplied at ic lta n N=Zeia l whole
;flelerade "l -retiill, 'at - •
itifeoC- • • SCREMIR'S BOOR TCI,I4R,
- LILSEI I FISH! NOS. 1 AND 2 MAOKE
EL, in all size paakagesdust. reoeived and ltn•
at 1111=1116 i'MAZSAI
. :FRAMERS AND FLOWERS.
?HE LATEST STYLES
VERY , PINICONDEEDI
U. S. 7
rzSecretary of the Treasury gives notice
, subscriptions will be received for Cou
pon Treasury Notes, payable three years from
August 15th, 1864, with semi-annual interest
at the rate of seven and three-tenths percent.
per annum—principal. and interest both to be
paid in lawful money. - .
These notes will be convertible at the option
of the holder at maturity into six per cent.
gold bearing bonds, payable not less than five
nor more than' twenty years from their date,
as the Government may elect. They will be
issued in denominationg of '450, $lOO, $5OO,
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all subscriptions must
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of :fifty
The notes will be transmitted to the owners
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the original 'Certificates of De
posit as they can be prepared.: • • .
Ati the notes draw. interest from August 15,
persons.making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from date
of note to date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dolt
tars and npwards'for these notes at any one
time will be allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent.
Special Advantages of this Loan.
kr is A NATIONAL SWINGS BANK, offering a
higher rate of interest'than any other and the
best security. Any savings bank which. pays', its
depositor= U. S. Notes, considers that
paying in the best circulating medium of the
country, and it cannot pay in anything better
for its own assets are either in government
securities or in notes or bonds payable in gov
It is equally convenient as a temporary or
permanent investment. The notes can .al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
face and accumulated interest, and are the
best security with banks.as collaterals for dis
Convertible into a 6 Tar Cent. MO Gold Bond.
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes fOr three years this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three per cent.
per 'annum, for the current rate for 5-20 Bonds
is not less thait nine per cent. premium, and be
fore the war the premium on six par cent. U.
S. stocks was over twenty per cent. It will
be r seen that the actual profitthii, loan, at
the 'present market rate, is not leis than ten
per cent. per annum.
s Exemption from State or Municipal
iltd aside from all the advantages we have
enumerated,, fi special act of Congress exempts
On the average, this exemption is worth 'about
two per cent. pier annum, ficaording to the
rate of taxatite in various parts of the country.
It is believed; that no securities offer so
great Malcontents to lenders as those issued
by the Government all other forms of
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 to
secure the discharge of all the obligations of
the United States.
While the Government 'offers the most
liberal terms for its loans, it believes that the
very strongest appeal will be to the loyalty
and patriotism of the people.
Up to the 24th of September, the subscrip
tions to this loan amounted to over
Strascaretrous WUL BE RECEIVED , by the
Treasurer of the United States, at Washing
.ton. the several Assistant Treasurers and
designated Depositaries, and by the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK•OF HARRISBURG.
ALL RESPACTABLE BANKS AND BANKERS
hroughout 'the country will• give further in
AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO ÜBSCRIBERS
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
lAM happy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. , VAIROIILLD.
Thew Pena are well finished, elastic, and will give en.
SCHEFFER'S BOOR STORE,
Second &reel; opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
Pa. ap2B :
C 14 0 A_ IE
IN D. W. GROSS' NRW BLOCS,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND . GIRO 1:71i ARS,
FINE SP:BING' SHAWLS. -
MIL open on.the let at/tern, [mar2l-dly
• H. C. ORTII,
7eacher of the nano, Melodeon,- rain genii
No. 15, Mum 13111867, BBLOW KARIM.
SAP SAGO, English Dairy, Pine Apple,-Nlit; ,
meg and Now York State Cheese, just received at
SRISLER a FRAZER, -
my 6 successors to W Dook, Jr., & Co. ,
ALL kinds of hauling with - wagons or calla
will be promptlydone by calling on •
Iy2l comer of Second idroet. sod Meadow Lane.
BIBLES, Prayet Books,"Hymn Books, of
111 ali denomirtations, in different styles and at different
prices, at ' SCHEMA'S Bookstore,
Sept 26 21 South Second street, Harrisburg, Penna
FRUIT JARS, of the latest Patent (Grif
fin's Tent Patent,) just received and for sale low at
j3 lB BOXER & 40ERPER
SAP SAGO CIIEESE---A small but fresh lot
13 of choice SAP SAGO CHROW
------• just received this
morning, at • SHISLER & FRAZER'S.
PUBE SWEET CIDER received to-day at
. BOYER. & KERPES'S
BASKETS' BASKETS, in great variety at
SHISLER & FRAZER„
ie27 Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
SMORED SALMON.- FINE SMOIKAD
SALMON, Just received at
- SHISLER & FRAZER,
febn „ (sneamors to Wm. Dock Jr, h Co.
IO : PIOKLESI
By the barrel, ball bahol, Jar or dozen, at
a 0251 • BOYER .14 ROMPER
VBENCH CHALK AND PENCILS,
. Suitable for BankkOffices, &c„
At Sella Bookstore, Harrisburg, Pa. seta
A FRESH supply of Mioherter's Celebrated
ittga.thired, Hama and Dried Beef, at
0n2.61 ,HOVER & 110ERPER.
POOKER BOONS, Wallets and Purses for
amp M Milfirtrin Ncleiiil9l44
T 0 It ,
UNION MEETING AT MILLERSBURG.
Outpouring of the People.
Grand Procession and Great Enthusiasm
4tdies in Line, with Music and Banners.
- freetive Speeches, &e.
Mrr.rvasocageOctober 10, 1864.
Enrroa:--Would that my pen were
eve.' td the task of chronicling the proceed
ikgs of the graadest and largest mass meeting
tkat was ever held 'mid the hills of the upper
cud of Dauphin county. Thought cannot
eihume words sufficient from the mine of
language to describe adeqtkately the occasion.
Millersburg was thronged with the loyal and
true. It seethed as though the hills and the
tales had given np their people for a jubilee.
They came from the farm, from the workshop,
flan the mines, from the -villages, from the
mountains, from the vales, from their placei
of business, and from all around us.
" They came like the 'winds come when for
ests are rended,
Whey came like the waves come when navies
There was one continuous cheer went up
for Honest Abraham Lincoln, from the , noon
of Saturday, till " midnight's holy , hour."
Our streets ,resounded with the tramp of hu
manity. Men with silvery locks, who had
passed through many a political campaign,
who had seen many displays of party sealand
enthusiasm, say that they never witnessed
such a sublime spectacle, such a magnificent
and recherche procession, such an out-pouring
of the people, in this region of the country.
It surpassed the expectations of those who
labored for the success of the demonstration.
' We raised a splendid. Union pole. We had
intended it to, be the; flag-staff of the " stars
and stripes," to .be hoisted: when our army
was victorious ; but in the darkness of the
night, (you know the "Cops" prefer darkness
to light,) while the pole was lying on the
commons, some mean, Copperhead painted
part of it 'Week, and so we determined to fling
to the kissing winds., the names .of Lincoln
and - Johnson, -and to-day the streamer that
bewik their names floats.
voaul r pat t ri
fittleqkm/ rgide.nf_avery-o or har
The procession coasone n
- c a t ,
Public Square about A , o'clock a. in. Capt.
M. Novinger. was ChitifAhirshal of the occa
sion. Dr. G. B, Weiser, J. S. Musser, F. R.
_Gilbert., F. Weririalf-ancl,Get. James Freeland,
were Assistant Marshals. The van: of .the'
procession was the most beautiful lesture.
It consisted of a large, open wagon, most
handsomely and iestheticallY decorated, with ,
flowers, evergreens, flags and banners. To
the wagon were attached thrity-siiresplendid
horses, with a miniature .flagon each-horse,
and a man' on each pair Of 'herself In this
moving arbor were thirty-six laughing, Sweet,
fascinating maidens, arrayed in spotless• white,
thirty-five of them representing the Stites of
the American Union —and the thirty-sixth one,
the Goddess of Liberty, holding the Star
Spangled Banner. The fabled band of moun- ; 1
fain nymphs that whirred their pinions
through the rustling air, around sacred OlYna-,
pus, and chanted their strains to the harp of
Orpheus, were excelled by this happy band of,
American maidens. It made . me feel. like'
jumping into the lake of, beauty and ribbons .
and sending forth an unearthly yell for "Uncle ?
Abe." But the "Graces," as they passed
along the streets, cried out with their silvery'
voices, "Three cheers for oar Father Abra
ham." They flaunted their handkerchiefs and
sang patriotic songs, which met -a hearty re
sponse 'from the thronged 'Sideways, from
the windows and porches,--and door-steps of
the loyal—hats and handkerchiefs and bon
nets waved, and theei after cheer resounded
to the heavens. After this came the Union
men of our town with music. Then came the
Halifax, Georgetown and Mahantango delega
tions, with flags and banners floating. Then
came the Berrysburg delegation, with six
teen beautiful horses attached to a large
wagon, in the centre of which was a large flag.
The wagon was literally covered with people.
A band of martial music stood around the flag,
playing along the route. Then came the
speakers of the Occasion; then the immense
delegation from Lykeris and Wiconisco, pre
ceded with Martial musi then the Crossroads,
Liverpool, and Upper Paxton township dole
gationS, with music, and banners - and flags
floating in the jubilant winds. Then followed
those who had come on horseback and in
carriages, and in any way they could get here.
The procession paraded through the principal
streets, and returned to the publio square,
where the meeting was, organized by calling
B: G. Steever to preside over the sea of
humanity. The Dr. acknowledged the honor
with a neat, pithy and appropriate speech.
The following Vice Presidents wera , mined :
Dr. S. B. Weiser, J. S. Musser, G. M. Bru
baker, J. J. Bowman, W. W. Jones, George
Yeager, Peter Rumich and others. Secreta-.
ries—Simon S. Bowman, N. C. Freck, J. H.
Raider, J. R. Jones, E. N. Musser and
Colonel H. C. Alleman was introduced,' and
spoke of the issues now before the people. It
was a speech worthy of the man and the oc
Professor Dunbar followed in a style of or
atory loeculiar to himself. Possessing all the
wealth of explession, conception and thought,
he portrayed to the people in scenic beauty,
the grand drama that is now playing in this
country, in a style alikehumorous and logical,
alike facetious and convincing. He is truly a
remarkable man, an orator that can chain his
audience, and move them at his will.
The meeting'adjourned to meet at 7 o'clock,
r. rt., when a . torch-light procession was
formed. The weather Was stormy and cold
in the evening, but for "all that" we had a
magnificent torch-light parade. The order of
the afternoon procession was followed. The
Monroe Cornet Band of Millersburg, under
the leadership_ of W. T. Jacoby, headed the
procession, and discoursed patriotio airs.
The wagon freighted with the happy young
ladies appeared grander at night, with torches
all around them; torches on each horse,
torches in front of them, torches behind them,
tarok* at the side of them, torches above
them, torches as far as eye could see ahead and ,
back of them. Nearly every loyal house in
t giV RI LIA'A 6. bun at every TruWir. 1411138 of
living light glared along the streeta. o Flag's
floated and kissed the evening winds. Banners
with loyal inscriptions greeted-the eye. Cheer
after cheer filled the air. The roll of the
drum, and the shrill notes of the fife rattled
the windOws. The..merry shout for Honest
Abraham was heard in every corner of the
town. Enthusiasm set on fire every soul. •
The torches in the streets whispered victory
to the tapers - in the windows 'until the town
was encircled-with a zone of light and glory.
Aye, it was a sight that glistened many a pa
triotic eye with pride, and swelled the, heart
with exuberance of joy.
The meeting was again called to order.—
Prof. Dunbar being loudly, called .for, ap-
I peered upon the stand and made a speech full,
of worth and mirth. The unique Professor
sang a few patriotic songs, making a delight
ful interlude in the meeting.
Senator Fleming was next introduced,. and
ably and eloquently discussed the sublime is
sues now before, and. the great responsibilities
resting upon the American people. The Sen
ator has made an impression upon: the•mind4
of the people .that will not soon be forgotten.
A. Jackson Herr, Esq., being vehemently
called for, made an effective speech. It was
a true, incontrovertible, logical and argumen
tative exposition of the present condition. of
our country. , He tongued it forth in
"thoughts that breathe and words that burn."
He dissected the Chicago platform, and held,
up its parts that the people might see it in all
its deceit and charlatanism. He showed the
artful, hypocriticarand double-faced. position
of the spurious Democracy. He lifted the
mask from the grave-digger 'of the Chicks=
hominy, and exhibited 'him in all his asinine
greatness and self-opinionated strategy. He
put him through the thrashing machine fo
logic, and there was nothing left of little
"Mac" or his platform. Mr. Her• is an ora
tor, and the • good things- he told us we will
treasure up in the store-house of memory,
and especially remember them on the 114 h of
October and the Bth of November.
The Monroe Cornet Band discoursed the
national ode—"red, white and•bine," and the
meeting adjourned—the delegations going to
their homes full of cheer and.hppe, all pleased
with the splendid demonstration.
Be assured that the Upper End will do its
duty. We will move in one solid phalanx to
the polls, and put in our ballots for the
Union and the honor of our fathers. More
anon: Truly, yours, HECTOR.
CONEWAGO Auer& Snows ITS tOYALTY.-071
Saturday a nice hickory pole was raised in
Conewago,• at Foltz's store, in honor of Lin
coln and Johnson. There was a good "turn
out," and the inscriptions on the banner,
"Lincoln, Johnson and - ii r it i ory;" "Uncouth
lannaLltginn P •ro t Peace ;" "Our
were enough to show ihnloya ty of 'he citi
zens. Not a copperhead present."-After the
stars and stzipes were hoisted and three cheers
given as they ascended, the meeting was very
ably addressed by D. W. Miller, after which
three cheers were given for Lincoln, Johnson
and the whole Union ticket.
Official. War .13ulletin.
Army of the Potomac
THE ATTACK Oil FRIDAY
OUR LOSS ONLY THREE HUNDRED
REBEL LOSS 11000.
Report of. Rebel General Gregg's
Gen. Bratton, of South Caro
Una, Badly 'Wounded.
Col. Haskell and Maj. Ha.skeit
Se*erely Insured. '
GRANT'S OFFICIAL DISPATCH
News - From Nebel Sources
NO REVERSE TO OUR ARMIES
WASHINGTON, October, 10, 7:30 P. btti
To Major Gen. J0hn,,..4. Dix, New York:
Since my dispatch Of this afternoon a fuller
report has just been . 'furnished by General
Grant of the operations of Friday, together
with the rebel acknowledgment of their heavy
loss in general and field officers.
Cur Pontr, Oct. 10-4:30
Hon. E M. Stanton, Secreary of Fifer":
Our entire loss in the enemy's-attack on
our lines on Friday, the 7th inst., does not
exceed 300 in killed, -wounded and missing.
The enemy's loss is estimated by Gen Butler
at 1,000. •
The Richmond Whig, of the. Bth inst,,. •
speaking of this battle, has the followipg-:
"The gallant Gen. Gregg, comrnanduig a
Texas brigade, fell in the advance." Amobg
other °amities, we hive to report Gen. Brat- ,
ton, of Muth Carolina, badly wounded; Col.
Haskell, of the 7th South Carolina infantry,
severely wounded iii the face, and Major Has
ken, of the South' Carolina artillery 'also
Rumor states that Gen Gearyibad been
killed. Since Friday there-has been no Aght
EDWIN EL STANTON,
Secretary of War
R e b e l Designs in the Shenandoah
WASHINGTON, Oct 9.
.A Richmond letter the .Charleston Cou
rier of the 3d inst., says that Longstreet re
lieves 'Bar', and Unlessthe enemy's. force be
really fifty thousand veteransore shall yot get
a good account Srpm the and that thir.
teen thousand re-evves, already brigaded - irk
Virginia, arc to tell out.
litformatim. repeived to-night states that
General Sheridan's army on Friday was still
at Harrisonburg. and Wu rerdarly receiyAng
'supplies from Martinsburg. 'The utterv6ifflg
coluttrz 04:germ: - gay imiested with guer-
lA[ PR[%`=TING OflR
. ADVEIITI.3IIIG RATES—DAILY TELEGRAPH. .
The following are the rates for advertising In the TzLE-_.
Owes. - Those hatilag . advertising to do will find - it con
venient for reference:
. ... . ~ ... . , _
airt Four lines or less omstitute one-half square.
Fight lines, or more than fqUr,,obastitute a square.
von A aux squalls. 1 SOR , olto SQUA 2 S-
One day $ 30 One day... $ 69
Two days - 50 Two dap5:.......... 1 103
Three days 75 Three days.. 125
One week .... ..... 125 One" week ......... • 225
One month 3 00 One month 6 00
Two months. 450 Two monthS 9 09
Three m0nth5....... 5 50 Three months 11 00
Six months .. 800 Six months 41.1 10
One year-- ..... 15 06 One year ' - OU
Administration Notices 2 75
Marriage Notices 75
Auditor's Notices..." 1 50
Funeral Notices, each Insertion 50
rgir Business notices Inserted in the Local Column, or
before Marriages ond,Dekthe, EIGHT CESTS PRB. 1,c42 for
A Verdiet.of Wilful Murder Found Against
Forgeries and Failures in High Circles.
Slams Hook, Oct. 10.
The steamship Hume, from SouthamptUn on
the 28th, passed this point to-day. "
The steamships Europa, from Boston,Hecla,
from New York, arrived out on the 25th. The
steamers Belgian, from Quebec, and the City
of Washington, from New York, arrived out
on the 26th, and the Germania on the 28th.
The coroner's jury has returned a verdict of
wilful murder against Muller, the alleged rail
A. W. Marston, iron master, has absconded
to America, having forged bills on the Leeds
Bank to the amount of 80,000 pounds.
Alfred Teale, a woolen merchant, has failed,
with liabilities amounting to 100,000 rounds.
The liabilities of the'Leeds Banking Company
are one million. • .
The London money market is firmer. Con
sols 87i®88 for money. The rebel loan is
quoted at 73i@,741. On the Paris bourse
French routes are quiet at 75@G0. Liver,
pool cotton market; the sales for two days
amounted to 11,000 bales, including .55,000
bales to speculators' and for export. The
market is quiet but unchanged.
The Manchester market had a downward
tendency. Breadstuffs; flour flat; wheat firmer;
corn firm and advanced 3d per quarter. The
provision marlret is dull but steady.
• NEW YORK, Oct.
The steamer Housa arrived at this port at
10.30 this morning. Walter Savage Lander
died at Florence the 17th of Sept. •
The report },h'a't the announbement. of. the
France Italian'treaty had been made 'to the
Pepe, and that he asked for copies to exaniint4
them is, confirmed. .
The Pope requested time for delibeiatlnn
before communicating his impression of the
effect which the new state of things - might
have upon the Papacy.
The raising of the rate of discount by thu
bank of France has had an•unfavorable effect
A new Italian ministry has been formed
under the Presidency of General Dolba
The election absorbs most of the attention
of the merchants, and trade is very dull. _Gold
has declined 5 per cent. which...has.had.zu_de4
for flour, and the sales are only in siatiTl lots
for the supply of the retailers and bakers at
$9 25itt, 9 75 for superfine, slo@ll 25 ior
extra, $lO 50@11 for extra family, and higher
rates for fancy brands.. Rye flour is nominal
at $8 50. In corn meal nothing doing.
Wheat is dull; 700 bushels sold at s2.lx,
but buyers now refuse to pay this :figure;
white ranges from $2 40@2 41. Rye , has de
clined to $1 65. Corn is very quiet small
sales of yellow at $1:60. Oats ore dull:and
lower; sales's:4' 1000 bushels Southern ef,866.
In groceries and provisions nothing doing.
Petroleum unsettled; sales of crude sit 350,
and refined in bond 60®62c and free 75@80e.
Whisky is dull at $1 78 for Ohio, $1 75 - for
Stock dull. PoUna. ss, 941: ; Reading
R. R. 59Z ; AforriS Canal 95 ; Pa. R. RI 68;
Gold 1961; Exchange in New York par. , •
WILL be sold at public vendue, or outery,
at the public hause4 Raymond & Ken:dig's Rad
roe i lintel, Middletown, Dauphin county, Pentisylvitnia,
the foliowing p.operty, late the estate of George Fisher,
E.sq., deceased, viz : ..
A., TRACT OF. LAND, - •
In said borough of Middletown, containing 120 acres and
d 3 peruses, neat measure, bounded by the Swatara river,
and Lancaster Elizabethtown, and Middletown Turnpike
road, and Fiyle Mill rose, and out lots of tne said borough
The rennsytvania railroad depot is within a few yards
of the fa m, and the Union canal passes through it. Along
the uanks of said. -canal, for about half a mile; there are
.andings laid out and rented for board and coal yards.
The 'arm Mal is Of the lin , st quality, has recentlybeen
limed. is in a good state of cultivation. and has a sufficient
eninticy of timber giorring thereon for the uses of the
soy. The Dam wilt be eold in lots, if desiredbi phrelus
ALSO, a piece of land called Portsmouth Continue I,
originally laid bat in 1828, in lots, liy - qeorg6 'Fisher, Esq.
The Union canal and basin haying been subsequently can
atrueted 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 1.8, and which were notused by the said canalaorn
pany, and are now tenanted by Siple, Cormany & Co., for
luthber; and are adjoining their saw mill property.
ALSO, the lollowing lots in the general plan of thews rit
of Portsmouth, marked with the Nos 12, 13, 22,`63,
64, 72, 143, 242,,213, and 244.
The three latter lots are on the Pennsylvania canaland
basm and_were rebently occupied by Jas. Young, •Esq., - as
a landing for coal and 'umber.
Tercasnr sale 'will be made known by
~ ROBERT FISHER . ,`
Surviving trustee of the widow and heirs of GeKge Fisher,
Esq., deceased: - [sep224l2awts:vvat
HAB.RIBBURG PA 4
xi -Oct. a, midi
viruzi be sold at 'Public' Auction, to tlia
V V highest bidder, (in accordance.with act of .A.viem
bly, approved August 22d,1864, section 9,) at the State
Arsenal, Harrisburg, on Tuesday,. the 18th day of October,
commencing at 10 A. -M., the following unservicealde ori/-
nahce and materials, the property of the state or Penn.
Ton. 6 pdrs Brass Cannon, (casting French,) .
&Ma 1780 t 01794. Weight about.... . ... 634.0 ibs
Eight 6 pdrs Vast - Iron cannon, casting of 1836
and. 1.837. Weight ab0ut....... ... ..
. .. 6000 do
Ono 24 pdr Cast iron Cannon. Weight about 1500 di,
784 Gun Barrels (0td,).... 3508 do
4 Gun Carriage Axles 466 do
do Tiros '' 1180 do
do Hub Rings, ~ 203 do
do Strab Iron ill do
U. S. GRANT,
Scrap Iron " 3082 . d0
The above will be anld ha lots forepsh Payments tojie
made in National or Stabs currency of Solvent Wks, lied
the articles purchased, must be reemied with but little de
lay, and will be at buyer's risk until removed
- ;.--JASIES L. REYNOLDS,
oct4-tu.th,fri2w, 9ffirternanster General of point's:-
LOOK ,EI'EREI - _LOOK Et•EREI !
Campaign Badges. -
CAMPAIGN - 4ADGF I S; of all styles, for sale
wholesale and ietatl at...Eche:tees lloAstotac'Efurr s
Country dealeri are respectfully invited to call and - ex
amine pm:wand otyles. iiCYP
O. 1 and 2 Mackerel, in kitts, just' re
ceived ads morning, attd for sale low at
sinsLER & FRAzER , S,
awxonsore to W. Dock, Jr., k Co )
Markets by Telegraph..
.itrA, Oct. 10
Philadelphia Stock lda y krt.
• . PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10
Valuable Real Estate
O» Wednesday, October 19, 1864,