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iTATLIti 6 BURG. PA.
TIiESDAI EVENING, OCTOBER 11, 1864.
0 IV :!,
TWO klurrolmo condemned cavalry horses
mill be sold at Mifflintown, Juniata county,
T H E grand snake hunt is progressing finely.
The venomous reptiles are retiring to their
SALE Or THE BUEHLER HOUSE. —This hotel
has been purchased by Mr. G. J. Bolton, its
present occupant, for $37,500.
WnEar—We notice that there is a very large
suitiwe of wheat sown in Dauphin county,
and, a 9 a general thing it appears to be doing
THE Copperhead masA meeting held at Car
lisle, on Saturday, was a grand ' failure.
Scarcely six hundred people were in the pro
IF any Union voter has not yet been at the
polls, let him go and vote at once. Let every
one cast his ballot, to swell the grand major-
Ity for the Union and Right!
&Limns' WIVES can obtain their vegetables
tree of charge, by calling upon Mr. Miah, at
his stand in the lower Market House. This
kindness on the part of Mr. M. is worthy of
commendation. The wives of our patriotic
soldiers will gratefully remember him. Let
others do likewise. See advertisement in an
Arrums. —Our forests are beginning to put
on their autumnal tints, which indicates that
the summer is over. The changes of the
Averican forest, when first touched by the
frosts of autumn, has to an admirer of nature
a continual chasm, and nowhere are there
more beautiful autumnal scenes than in the
rolling wooded regions of Dauphin county.
Comm Dows.—The price of coal has been
slightly reduced by,our dealers. This will be
cheering news to consumers. We trust that
the prices at the mines will continue to de
cline, in order that our coal merchants may
be, enabled to sell at such rates as will bring
the article within the reach of the poor—many
of whom must suffer during the coming winter
if the present high prices continue.
SETTLING Down—Our friend Rouse, the
enterprising manager of the Theatre, has
purchased a handsome residence on State
street, near Front, and is about to become
one of the permanent fixtures of HarrisbUrg.
Mr. Rouse is a gentleman of unblemished
character, and will make a most excellent
citizen. His numerous friends will be pleased
to learn that he has selected our city as his
place of residence.
Tar, copperheads intended to have a grand
procession last night, but it was almost a
total failure. There were but two hundred
and eighty-nine men and boys in the whole
procession. This is known from actual count,
and cannot be successfully contradicted. The
whole affair was exceedingly lame, and af
forded laughing material for lookers-on. The
speeches in the square were stale, and compos
ed of worn-out falsehoods which have been
re-iterated during the whole campaign. The
attendance was small, and no enthusiasm
was aroused by the speakers.
Tax Garoxoos.—This great drama, illustra
tive of Life in Louisiana. will be performed
at Brant's Hall this evening. The play por
trays, in living characters, the scenes that
occur on the southern plantations,. where
slavery exists. In the OCTOROON we'have a
fall history of Zoe, a slave child from her in
fancy to the time of her death, including all
the sad scenes which are witnessed where hu
man 'beings are bought and sold, lashed and
beaten, by their cruel masters. The play
opens with a View of Widow Peytons house,
followed by the scenes of the Lumber Shed,
the Parlor, the Slave Sale, Burning of a Mis,
sissippi Steamer, the Lynch Trial, the Shed
on Fire, Flight of a Slave, the Cane Brake,
the Red Cedar Swamp, Death of the Octo
roon, &c. Miss Kate Denin, Miss. Fanny
Denham, Miss Nellie Sprague, Messrs. Sam
Ryan, Rouse, Meeker, Fisher, Howland,
Crossen, and the whole Combination Compa
ny will appear. Go to the Theatre, if you
desire to witness a drama illustrative of
American character; American scenes and
Southern homes. There will be a great
crowd there to-night. Everybody wants to
see the Oct9roon.. Let all go early. Remem
ber that the curtain rises at• half past seven
ANOTHER LARGE UNION MEETING.—Another
Large meeting was held on Monday eveyingin
the Court House.
On motion of Mr. Bergner, the meeting
was organized, and the - following gentlemen
elected as officers, viz:
Hon. D. FLEMING.
Jonathan Oglesby, J. H. Mumma.
Theo. Fenn, Henry Herr,
Levi Weaver, Benj. Buck,
Abraham Landis, Isaac Hoffman,
Robt. M'Clure, Henry Beader,
G. W. Harris, John Till.
The Harrisburg Glee Club then sang "Rally
Round the Flag;" the audience joining in the
chorus, with happy effect.
The President then made a few appropriate
remarks, and introduced Gem CAMEIION, who
informed the audience of the prospect in store
for the Union men on the following day
(Tuesday)—that he was certain of a decisive
Col. amnia= of Kentucky then addressed
the audience in one of the most effective
speeches delivered during the campaign ; in
the city. Re gave a true description o a
Northern ceppethead sneak.
GEN. GANT at one time a rebel general in
their army from Arkansas was then intro.
duced. Gem GANT although just risen from
a sick bed; entertained the tremendous audi
ence for upward of an hour with burning elo
quence. He spoke of the rebels from perso
nal knowledge, and the comparison between
a Southern rebel and Northern copperhead
was received with tremendous applause. :Ife,
believed the rebel in arms much superior to
the copperhead at home. Time prevented , u 4
from doing justice to both speakers of last eve
The meeting adjourned at a late hour with
Tars Oars OP CittLDREL-That children
`are so mu eit tettie cafe df servants iii so'
many families of the middle classes , is per
many cases unavoidable. 'Neverthe
less, it is a great evil. However attentive and
conscientious servants may be—and even al
lowing them to possess the, necessary intelli
gence—it cannot be expeCted that their efforts
can ever fulfil the office of the loving, watch
ful eye of the mother. It has been observed
that children who are attended to by their
mother, who are undressed and put to bed by
her, who open their eyes in the morning to
behold her cheerful eyes and loving looks,
who by her are dressed, and kept under her
tender and , judicious care tlaroughout,the day,
are, is a rule, far more good-tempeipd, heal
thy and intelligent thiin such as ale left
most wholly to the care of servants. In addi
tion to this, it should be borne in mind that
the accidents which so frequently happen to
children, and by which they are often crippled,
maimed, or rendered idiotic, mostly arise
from the negligence of those in whose care
they are left by inconsiderate mothers. pa
rents who love their children, and are solici
tous for their welfare, should give these con
siderations their earnest attention, for they
are founded upon facts of the utmost import
ance in relation to domestic happiness and.
Religion and Patriotism.
The Worcester (Mass.) Spy, in noticing the
great meetings of the American Board of For
eign Missions, held in that city last week, at
vthichit was estimated there were five thou
sand visitors, makes the following remarks
None who have attended the meetings can
have failed to notice the ingenuous . - enthusiasm
which has welconfed every expression of re
gard for the country, or of confidence in its
future. From the beginning of its sessions,
no occasion appropriate to the utterance of
patriotic feeling seems to have been lost, and
no such utterance has once failed to awaken a
response worthy of this great body, and wor-"
thy of the theme itself. It is a cause for pro
found gratitude, that in this: trial hour of the
republic, an orminization representing so
large a part of the religious sentiment of the
country, speaks for it with no divided loyalty.
It is a cause for still deeper . gratitude that in
this trial hour of principles, often betrayed,
and now threatened with the basest betrayal
of all, the moral sentiment of this society is
thrown upon the side of justice, without re:
servation or distrust. it is a prompt and full
recognition of the claim which the renovated
country will have upon the respect and sup
port.ot all who put conscience into their pa
triotism ; it is the assurance of fidelity to the
new policy which promisee to give an oppress
ed race freedom, and to christianize the law
of the land.
It is within the memory of most of those
who now join in sincere applause over the
progress of humane and liberal ideas, when
large popular sins failed to awaken the rebuke
of prosperous religious as well as secular
bodies, and organic wrong clothed in purple
and fine linen was welcomed at, their board.
Societies devoted to Special' ininistrations of
charity, organizations set ape rt for peculiar
works of neficenee or of grace, deemed their
duty well performed, though injustice was
crowned at the feast, and its Viet' ms vainly lifted
their fetters at the door. Publ is opinion was
a tyrant whom nobody, corpora te or individ
ual, dared to offend. But no p ower is secure
that is not grounded upon rit Iht, and that
iyrant was forced at last to corm i down.
The - returned missionaries present, (Dr.
King, of Athens, 'Jessup of Syrit I and others,)
testified to the intense interest at id sympathy
of the missionaries abroad, and also of the
natives of the several missionary stationß,' in
the war for the Union—some o f . the latter
sending contributions for the worn Lded soldiers
-one of' the missionaries giving
. five sons to
the:Unien army, and another, D r. Schneider,
of Aintab, having lost two sons i nour-service.
At one stage of the preeeel fins of the
board, Rev. Albert Barnes. of . Philadelphia,
offered the following:
Wnitazas, This board is calle d upon to con
duct its operations at an impo: rtant, -crisis of
our country, the result of whiel r must mateL
rially ailed the missionary caw to in time to
come; and .
Wherea.f, This board has' . ob.. _former occa
sions expressed it sense of the system of sla
very in our country, which lies. at the fou.uda
tion of the'Present effort to ov , .ircome our evil
institutions and to establish a. separate go V - -
ernment in our land; and •
Whereas, The missionaries .of this board
have with entire unanimity .expressed their •
interest in the cause of the country in its en
deavors to maintain the government, and have
freely given their sons to the de fence of the
nation in its present crisis ; thensfore,
Resolved, 1, That this boar'il receives with
affectionate sympathy these expraasions of the
interest _thus manifested by those in its ser
vice, and the sacrifices thus made.
Resolved. 2, That in connection with the .
purpose .ttP spread the gospel through the
world, the results of the contest on the causal
of missions, and in view of diffusing a relit
gion that shall be everywhere adopted to sr:s
tein just civil government and the prineigjes
of 'Marty, and that shall tend to deliver the
world from.he oppression of slavery, as Well
as in the relation of its members to the gov
ernment of this land, and their duty to sus
tain that government—this board expresses
its hearty sympathy in the efforts to suppress
the rebellicini and gratefulWackriMedges the
divine interposition in the successes whish
have,attended the arms - orthe nation, is 'an
indication that we shall again be. one people,
united nuclei our glortofis - conStibition, united
in our efforts to spread the gospel around the .
The resolutions were seconded by Rev. Dr
Bininard, of Philadelphia, and unanimously';
adopted, the audience rising en masse and.
spontaneously singing "America."
NOTlCE.—Parties still baying guns in !ilea
possession belonging to Capt. Gibson's Om
pany of Minute men, are hereby notified that:
if the guns and accoutrements are notleft.at,
the office of the DAILY Tmatoserin omor before ,
Wednesday, Oct 12, their names willbehand&-
ed over to the Quartermaster General of the,
State. td W. W. GIBSO.X.
Lamm. Aitarvit..—The undersigned takes:
the pleasure to inform the ladies of this city r
and vicinity, that she has received this day a.
large quantity of CLOAKS and CIRCO..
LARS, ranging in price from $6 to $25. Tbis
stock comprises the very latest styles and best
qualities, all of which have been purotiased
since the decline in gold, and are offered at
lower rates than they can be sold,fceby any
"dthefestabliiih mentiii the city.
MRS. M. MAYER,
Boger-'s. Old Stand, No. 13 Market street ,
or Tito Restoring Influence of
OSGOOD'S INDIA CHOL,WOGUE upon
constitutions impared and injured by a res
idence in bilious climates, is one of its
most valuable qualities., There are are many
constitutions - plat lie:'COme gradually under
mined by xuARIAL causes, without even a
day's actual confinement. ill such cases, the
Cholagope acts like a charm—the sallow
complexion, loss - of appetite, langour, weari
-miss and depression ornWts, - With other 1111-
isleasintsynotptain Et which fender life a burden,
--401;Ald;.to this remedy if only faithfully
used according to the directions of the pam
phlet which accompanies each bottle. •
Bold by all drumlin sod medioino doolgo.
DRY GOODS have fallen as a natural cqnse
'gietioii of fall of 'gold," licit firtho haUsi'D
time, did it not affect domestic goods as much
as imported goods? For the rise of domestic
goods was caused.by scarcity of raw material,
as well as stock.on hand, while foreign goods
rose on account of exchange, and yet, domestic
goods have fallen some 25 per cent. To con
vince you that goods have come down, call at
Brownold's cheap corner, Second street,opPo
site Jones', who laid in a beautiful stock of
goads at last week's decline, and is therefore
able to sell goods
.25 to 50 per cent. less than
any one in this town. All wool French meri
nos at $1 25, worth $2 25; all wool plaids
$1 15, worth $1 75; poplins 50 cents per yard
less than formerly; cloaks and circulars made
to order; calicos 20 and 30 cents; very best
40 cents; Allen's 200 yard spools, 3 for 25
cents; woolen hose, half hose, anti a full line
of men's wear. Call soon and convince your
Da. Mlllumes King of Pain shou'd be kept
in every family. Will curs 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 P,alpitietion of the Heart. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
All orders from a.distanee.promptly attended
MATRIMONIAL ! —Ladies. and Gentlemen,
if you wish to marry, address the undersigned,
who will send you, without money and without price,
valuable information that will cnablo you to marry happy
and speorlay, irrespo tive of age, wealth or beauty.
This information will cost you nothing, and if you wish
to marry, I will cheerfully assist you. All letters strictly
confidential. The desired information sent by return
mail, and no questions asked. Address
SARAH B LAMBERT,
ociSaw2ra Greeripoint, King's county, N. Y.
A PirrarettoCroat'irrEw OF MARRlAGE!—Containing
nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and engravings of
the Anatomy of tae Human Organs in a state of health
and disease, with a treatise on early errors, its deplorable
eousequences upon the mind sad body, with the author's
plan of treatment—the only rational and successful mode
of cure, as shown by the report oT cases treated. A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating
marriage, who entertain doubts of their physical coadi•
Lion. tient free of postage to any address, on receipt of
25 cents in stamps or postal currency, by axiilreing Br.
LA CROIX, No. 81 Maiden Lane, Albany,.N. Y.
Tho author may be edosulted upon any of the diseases
upon which his book treats, either personally or by mail,
and medicines sent to any part of the world,
Consumptive sufferers will recelva a valuable prescrip
tion for the core of Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
and all throat aced Lung affections, (free of charge,) by
sending their address to
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings
county, New York. isepl9-Mtw3m
SOLDIERS, TAKE IT WITH. YOU
The greatest trouble to persons in the Army, especially
in this season, is Dysentery, which '(hy death or by disa
bility) weakens the service more than the Rebels do.
Very many, have, found, upon trial, the DYSENTERY
DROPS are among the very beet preventatives and cures
that are to be had. Every otitcer and every soldier
should carry, it with Mm, and thereby reasonably insure
himself agaiust a great danger. It is prepared in Harris
burg by MRS. L. BALL, at 27 Pine street, between Second
and Front. Take a phial with you. Price 25 omits. -
DO VOIJ WISH TO BE CURED!
DR. RITCRAWS ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure, in
less than 30 days, the worst eases of NERVOUSNESS,
Impotency, Premature. Decay, Sembaal Weakness, Insan
ity, and all Urinary Sexual. and Nervous Affections, no
matter frCm what cause_produced. Piice, One Dollar per
bat., 'Seat, post-paid, by mail, on, receipt of an order.
. 305..wi11. perfect the cure in most Cases.: Address
JAILER S. BUTLER,
IYI6-o.tew3m General Agent,.42o Broadway, N, Ir.
VirLIILD 'VO TUE SUFFEJOIN G.
Swidlinv two or, throe hogsheads of "Baehu," "Tonle
Bitters," "Sarsaparilla,' "Nervous Antidotes," to., &a,
Sic and after you are satisfied with the result, then try
one box of OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECI,
FIC PlLLS—and be restored to health and vigor In less
than thirty days. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, :prompt and salutary in their effects on tho broken
dowit and slarattoredcomtitution. Old and young can take
them with advantage. Imported and sold in the United
States only by JAS. S. BUTLER,
No. 427 Broadway, New York.
4 sip-Agent for the United States
P. Box of the Pills, securely packed, will be
'mailed to any address on receipt of price, which is ONE
DOLLAR; post-paid—money refunded by the Agent if
entire satisfaction is not given. iyIS-d&vitat
Sar FrILBPTIC FITS CAN BE CURED! I—Dr. Lockrow
having become eminently successful in curing this ter
rible malady, invites all similarlyafflicted to call or aeml
for circulars of reference§ and testimonials of numerous
cases cured of from one to twenty-four years' standing.
Be devotes his attention especially to diseases of the Her
ebre-Spinal Axis, or Nervdus System, and solicits an in
vestigation of his claim. to public Confidence,
Het may be consulted at his private residence, No. 141
West 42.11 street, daily, from 10 A. ar until 4 r. be„ except
Saturday and Sunday, Address all letters to
DR. V B. LOr,iKROW, Ness York.
pee of P. 0. 30x511d. ociattsv3m
COLO/LT/WS RONK SiLtAX.
iii e gebrutea. Toilet. Soap, In such universal de.
man, Cls made from the choicest riateriala is mild
and c 113ollient In Its nature s tcagrantly scented,
and cq tremely beneficial rn its action upon the alda
F or sa l,: 1 by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Bauo.nvart 9 s Troches.
• Fo r th e owe of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, j se .,are specially recommended to
ministers, at 'Were and persons whose vocation
callwthem to speak in public... Manufactured
only by C. A. Bannvart & Co., Harrisburg,
Whoin all orders should be addressed.
•3old by .druggi. It every where.
Head the folio wing testimonials from some
of our eminent c I tergYmen:
11A VHIBBIIBG, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. BmorvAir..L -Dear Sir: I have used
Brown% Bronchial '.oro.cifes, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparationo for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison with them
all, con cheerfully c emmend your own as a
most admirable spec ilia kr public ffpeakers
and gingers, in cases. of hoarseness, coughs
and 'colds. 'l. have :nand them serving-in
time of need; most effoctually.
Yours truly, H. BOBLEIBON,
Pastor of R. S. P resbyterian Church.
API agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bstmvart% Trochee.
W. O. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. El. Prathyterian Ch-arch.
Kermaxstrao, Jan, 1864.
To C.A. BANlrvezr - Dear Sir: In the habit
of bpaikint.:Very frksPently,- and. in'plaoes
*here the vootd organs are very ratieh: taxed,
I have_found the need of somegentleexpeoto
,-ant;lnde.thatr *ant has been Impplied in your
a sfeellent Troches. • • -
*,tionsidcil them very far supsirior to any
pi,oelre*that•Dbave ever used, pi , removing
'aily that Mildness of the-irOiCe arising
from its too frecluent use, and impairing the
e ff ec t , veness of the delivery of publie ac
d rease , I. Yours, &a.,
;KO. WALKER JACKSON.
pastor c 't the Locust St. Methodist.Churoh.
To 0. A . BANNtit—beelf Sir: Having asst.
your 'hoc 'tied I aut free to say they are
the best I have ever tried and take great
pleasure in 1 Ixsommendiug them to all persons
afflicted wit '1 sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising L 'tom public king or singing:
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Qhureh.
DISTR. UTT Arromar's Ormr,
H Anine. lime, Feb. 29, 1664.
To Q. A. BUINVA ra—Derir Sir I have
iound your Trochee to, in invaluable br re
lieving h eenleneee en VI /II 'strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
to the voice, and are 00 tainly of greaebene.
At WO Pub* stplikers. , ' A. WIRE
GLAD NEWS FOR TEEDNFORTIINATE
DISCOVERED AT LAST
CHEROKEE INJECTION 1
COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES.
CHEROKEE)? REMEDY, thereat Indian Diuretic,
cures all diseases of (he urinary organs, such as Inconti
nence of the Urine, inftaan of the Bladder,
motion of AO Kidneys, Stone in the /Dodder, Stricture,
Gravel, Cleat, Gormorhea, and is especially recommended
in those cases of raw Allmis (or Whiles in females) where
CO the aid naufams medicines )lave feed.
aga- It is prepared In a highly concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
it it is diuretic and alterative to its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, causing it to How in all of its
original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system
all pernicious causes whteh haim induced disease.
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assist
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be need in
conjunction with that medicine In all cases of Gonorrhea,
Meet, Puler Alb= or Mite& Its effects are /waling,
soothing and demulcent; remov lag all scalding, heat,
chordee and pain, instead of um burning and almost un
endurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the
cheap quack . Infections.
ler By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same
time—all improper discharges are removed, and the weak
ened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and
*if For full particulars; get our pamphlet from any
rug store, in the country, or write us, and we will mail
free, to any address, a full treatise.
tel. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5.
.Price CHEROKEE INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or
tree bottles for $5.
ea. Sent by express to any address on receipt of
102/6. Sold by all druggists everywhere.
DR. IV. R. MERWIN & CO.,
marlo-eodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES.
An unfailing cure for Spermaiorrhsa, Seminal Weak
ness, Nocturnal Jr/missions, and all diseases caused by self
pollution; such as Lou of Memory, Universal Lassitude
Pains tin the Dack Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age
Weak Nerves, Di.fficutty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakerut.
nets, Eruption on the Face, Pale duodenal - ice, insanity,
Consumption, and alt the Direful complaints caused by de
yartingfrom the peat of nature.
girThis medicine is a simple. Vegetable extract, andone
whioh all can rely, ash has been used in our practice
for many years, and with thasainds treated, it has not
failed is a single instance. Its curative powers have been
sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case,
sht-To those who have trifled with their constitution,
until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical
id, we would say, Despair not / the Camosas CUBIC will
restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doe
ton have failed
—Tor full particulars, get a Circular from any Drug
Store In the country, or write Use Proprietor, who will
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aarPrices $2 per bottle, or three bottles for sb, and
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MR & A. &man
Sir:—l take pleasure Instating that your "DIARRHOEA
MIXTURE" exceeds anything of the kind that 1 ever
imagined. I was very much troubled with diarrheas, and
could find nothing to help me in the least, until I took
I give you this certificate, hoping that, If you see proper
to use it, it may be the means of extending a knowledge
of the matchless value of your medicine.
Very respectfully youre, H. B. JEFFRIES.
Fallen Timber, Cambria Co., Aug. 27, 1864.—Ittu30.dtf
AFINE Lox or CATAWBA AND ISABELLA.
GRAPES ate for sale at wise's fruit and confer,.
tiunery store, Third street, near Walnut. Kr. Wise will
keep a supply on hand during the season. sep27-tf
RAGS ! RAGS! ! RAGS ! !
'OWE cents per lb. cash paid for good mixed
Bags. SCHBFFEB'eI Bookstore,
sept 26 2.1. South Second street, Harrisburg, Poona. ,
50 DOZE N
pr §l3l. PICKLES
Nixed Pickles, Gerkins, Walnuts and Onions. For sale
wholesale and retail by . SHISLER at FRAZER,
my 6 • successors to W. Dock. Jr.. &Co
JTUST received, this 'morning, .Michener
' Co., Fresh Smoked Hama, Beef and Tongues, at
sage SHISLER k FRAZER
CEOSSE .1c BLACKWELL'S ENGLISH
PICKLES, a rare article for table use, just received
and for sale by SEMLER Cr FRAZER,
febl (successors to Win. Dock, Jr., & Co
PRIME LARD.—Fifty firkins fine kettle
rendered I4RD, for sale by the Arkin or pound, just
ecoived at [jylB] BOYER & KOERYER.
- - ;
JST ARRIVED !A fine lot of CANNILD
PEACHES and TOMATOES. Also, SUPER/
FINE APPLES, 'FRESH PEAS, &z., just rceeived by
ravia-H( IRAN sttro9t. ilear
LOT tor sale on the corner of Thud and
Broad street& Enquire of WY CI EoI'ADDEN
• ALPHABET BLOCKS !
ANU HOUSE BUILDING BLOCKS, FOR
6a/a at SCHEMA'S BOOKSTORE,
octl 21 South Second street, Harrisburg, Pa,
Window Shades and Blinds.
ASPLENDID assortment of Linen shades
and Paper Blinds, at
sep26 21 South Second street, Harrisburg, Penna.
Wall Paper !Wall - Paper!!
ALarge and splendid stock of Wall Paper
of all styles and prices , for sale cheap at
sep26 21 South Second street, Harrisburg, Penna.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF TRANSPA
RENT SLATES, of all sizes and pricas, for sale at
soneffer's Bookstore, 21 South Second street, Harrisburg,
Penna. • , octl
In can, Just rerAtved and for sale b ER y -
SEML St FRAZER,
Eept2.6 . (suacossor to W. Dock et Go.)
CIDER VINEGAR—Pure Cider Vinegar
can be bought by the barrel or small quantity, at
110YKR ar. iiOERPER.
ALARGE assortment of Photographs of
Generals and fancy pictures for sate CHEAP, at $1
perdozen, at SOKF.PrEB'S BOOK STORE,
my2O Harrisburg, Pa
And Bill Holders,
For sale at Schaffer's Bookstore, Barest:par_ Pa. -
A SMALL but superior lot of HONEY, jus
recoived, ac SEMLER & FRAZER'S.
SIIGLES, STREIT'S, TEAS, COFFEE, o
all grades and prime, at
BECLSLER & FRAZER,
Summon to W. Deck, Jr., & Co.
jell Dealers In Fine Family Groceries
BUTTER, BlJitEß.— Fresh roll butter
from Snyder , counts" received every amok. Mao
"gal' rtnkti novm&
W, GROCERIES of all kinds, at reduced
1 Pion, at EHLSLER & FRAZER'S
FAMILY GROCERY, opposite the Court Row.
41,0 Y BOOKS, Toy Books in endless ya
,i. tioty, at SONOFFER'S Booketn
_ , . .
iopogats - for - Loan.
WAsursorov, Get.. 1, 1864.
SEALED offers will be received at this e
pertinent, under the act of CoTigre...4olp
proved June 30, 1864, until - the of Fri
day, the 14th inst., for 'bonds of the United
States, to the amount of forty-millions of dol
lars. The bonds offered Will .bear an interest
of six per centum, payable semi-annually, in
coin, on the first days of May and November,
and will be redeemable at the pleasure of the
Government, after five years, and payable in
twenty years from Nov. 1, 1864.
Each offer /Rust be for fifty or some multi
ple of fifty dollars, and mist state the sum
including premituri offered for each hundred
dollars, or for fifty when the offer is for no
more than fifty. Two per cent. of the princi
pal (excluding premium) of the whole amount
bid for, by each bidder, must be deposited, as
a guaranty for the payment of subscriptiotis if
accepted, with the !Measurer of the United
States at Washington, or with. the Assistant
Treasurer at New York, Boston, Philadelphia
or St. Louis, or with the designated Deposi
tary at. Baltintiore, , Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
Louisville, Chicago,, Detroit or Buffalo, or
with any National
_Deposit Bank_ which may
consent to transact the business without
charge, for which deposits, duplicate certifi
cates will be issued to the depositors by the
officer or 'Oink -receiving them—the originals
of which must be forwarded, with the offers,
to this Department. All depoSits should be
made in time for the certificates with the offers
to reach Washington, not later than the morn
ing of October 14, as aforesaid. No offer, not
accompanied by its proper certificate of de;
posit will be considered.
The Coupon and Registered Bonds issued
under this proposal, will be of the denomina
tions of $50,5100, $5OO and $l,OOO. Regis
tered Bonds of $5,000 and $lO,OOO will be is
sued if required.
All offers received will be opened on Friday,
October 14th. The awards will be made by
the Secretary to the highest offerers, and
notice of aoceptance or declination will be im
mediately given tolhe respective offerers; Li
cases of acceptance, bonds of the description
and denothination preferred will be sent to
the subscribers, at the cost of the Department,
on final payment of installments. The deposit
of two per cent, will be reckoned-in the last
' installments paid :by successful effererk :and
will be immediately returned to those whose
offers may not be accepted.
The amount of accepted offers must be de
posited with the Treasurer, officer or bank au
thorized to.act under this notice, on advice of
the acceptance of Offers, as follows: One half
on the 20th October, and the balance, (in
cluding the premium and original two per
cent. deposit,) on the 31st October.
The bonds will bear interest from Novem
ber lst. Interest on deposits, from their date
to Nov. 1, will be paid by the Government in
One-half of the first installment, or twenty
five per cent. of accepted offers, may be paid,
with accrued interest to Oct. 14, in United
States "Certificates of Indebtedness," but such
certificates will be received in part payment
of the first installment only.
Offers under this notice should be endorsed
"Offer for Loan," and-addressed to the Secre
tary of the Treasury. The right to decline all
offers not considered advantageous to the
Goverment, is reserved by the Secretary.
W. P. FESSENDEN,
Secretary of the Treasury.
Q UIATERMASTErb GENERAL'S OF
Weetcoraos City, October 1, 18034.
Horseasuitable for Cavalry andlatillery service will be
purebased at Giesboro Depotjin open market, till Novem
ber 1, 1864 .
Horses will be delivered to Captain L Lowry Moore, A
Q. M., and be subjected to the usual Govemmant inspec
tion before being accepted.
Price of Cavalry Hermit,. $175 each.
Price of Artillery Horses, $lBO each.
Payment will be made for six (6) and more .
;FAXES A. EKIX,
Colonel First Division,
o3tilloc3l Quartermaster General's 011 ice. ,
°FMCS SUPERUITENDENT VOL. R. SHRTICE,
WESTERN Dmstox Or Tarrats..,.
HARIVEIBUILO, Pa., October 3,1864
I[OLDERS OP - CERTIFCATES OP -PRE
miums for presenting recruits, aro hereby notified
to present such certificates to a United States Disbursing,
()dicer for payment, on or before tho 15th day of October,
184, after which date no claims of this kiwi will be paid.
• "RICHARD L DODGE,
coldtd Capt. Bth Infantry, Supt Vol. Rec. Ser.
. . ,
TO THE SHOE BUlllia < T,T3314,0.
SELLING OFF. SELLING OFF" !
THE subscriber, intending to make a chan g e
in his business will cloie out, his immense stock of
••' . •
Fit BOOTS AND SHOES: 112,
Of every deecnption now on hand at much lass than
market prices. Persons in want of Boots and Shoes will
do well to call, as I am determined to close out at reduced
prices. Give us a call. C. KIMBALL,
88,6" Market street, next to McCittia's Jewelry store,
Harrisburg, Pa. • sfP2B..
LUBIN'S HAIR DRESSING FLORILINE,
FOR BEAUTIFYING AND FRESERrING AND
. STRIINGTHENING THE HAIR,
IS PURELY A VEGETABLE Preparation,
distilled froin herbs and fragrant flowere from the
south of France, conceded to be the most delicately per
ftrmed.and desirable hair preparation ever offered 'to the
American public. It will restore Met hair. It 'will privent
hair from falling put. It will restore gray and faded hair to
its original col Or. Its continued use will materially thicken
the hair. Bak. places will gradually cover themselves,
and in a short time the hair will grow dark, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. Price $1 00 per box. Sold by,
KuNKEL & BRO.;
sego • - Apotheciries, Harrisburg.
E IGHTEEN PIECES OF.:151t§10
As Specimens of the Contents of
The Harp of Judah.
Sent free of Restage. Send your address to OLIVER
DITdON & Co4.Publishera, Resta_ FO sale by
[ae2B-tebi I. E. GrOMp,Pbitagelphia,
SOMETHING NEW) ,
ICIER PHINEELS' PATENT
INK S TAND.
For sale at Bokefrer's Bookstore, Barrisburg, Pa. se2B
NEW EATING AND DRINKING' diLOON
Walnut street, Aeliseen Third and Fourth.
Wines, Beer and the best quality of Moors constantly
on Wind. A share of the public patronage Is respectfully
solicited. [oe3d6m) JOHN DONNER-
TO HOTEL KEEPERS. •
T HE HOTEL PROPERTY known as the
BuETIT. "Ft HOUSE,
In this city, is °tiered at pricato sale on aooOmModating
terms. Apply to G. W. BUEHLER,
sep2l-dscwim] liwisharg, Pa.
TO THE LADIES.
YOUR attention is called to the splendid
assortment of Ethu Atte Papsr, Snver.opmand fine
Stationery at SCHSFEEIt'S Bookstore,
eept26 21 South .Seeond street, 21,rrieburg, Penn.
A LARGE assortment at
B MGM'S CHEAP BO) ORE,
wirlS gold at WhoUnato or renal at low prixk
BRANT'S 131tAli'f'S HALL
- 1 - 1 -
Rouse's star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star CombinatiOn Dompan?,
TRIA TUESDAY' EVENING, OCTOBER 11, ISZ4
Will be pretemed the great ETarpof :
Life in Louisiana
The Lumber Shed,
The Slave Sale,
Burning of the Steamboat
WITH NEW SCENERY AND COSTUMES
THE WHOLE COMPANY IN TEE PLAY
Novres---On and after this evening, the curtain ;Se
at hal9past 7 o'clock.
'For further particulars see programme.
MILLS company consists of the best star_ 1,6,
farmers, consisting of
The managers takes pleasure In announcing that ahoy
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WEJ.I & CO., Prowls...
BILLY Portman, Business Agent
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFR . F.,
WASHINGTON CITT, October 1. ' ,' . 1.861. j
WILL be sold at public auction, to tn.:,
highest bidder, at the time and places named be-
low, viz: •
MIFFLIN, PENNSYLVANIA., THURSDAY,
OctOber 13, 18G4
WILMINGTON, DEL IiNV ARE , THURSDAY,
October 20, 1864,
October 27, 186'4,
TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES
at each place.
These Horses have been cond2rnr.rd slit for
Cavalry service of she Army. • .
For road and fanning purpeaes rna!ly good , lcrw , taz••
mat , be bad.
Horses sold singly. Sale to coratn , nc , at 10
TERMS: CASH In United Stators Oofreney.
By order or the Quarterrna,ter Gereral.
JANIEs A. F.RrN,
03-t026 Colonel In charge Fir=t Girl- ion, Q M. G. 0
9113 E BEST BOOK BY WHICH TO LEARN
1 Piano-forte Playing
Is Richardson's New Method.
The best Book fur Young Pupils of Piano 2.l.uski
Is Richardson's New Method.
The Book by which to Learn IStisPy and Thercug: ly
Is Richardson's New Method .
The Book that mikes Piano Studies Aid=live
Is Richardson s New Method.
The best Book of ii.sercises f r Piano Practice
Is Richardson's New Method.
The Book that Is given to Pupils by Teachers
Is Richardson's New Method.
The Book that contains no Dry and Tedious LOFISOIic .
Is Richardson's New Method.
The Book that Interests both Young and Old
Is Richardson's New Method. • •
The Book of which 10,000 are sold annually
Is Richardson's New Method.
Richardson's New Method for the Piano
Price $3 S. OLIVER DITSO!sT & CO., Publisherp, Bos
ton. Sent by mail, post-paid. For by J. GOULD,
Philadelphia. [se29 Lela)
MILLINERY AND VARIETY GOODS
➢IRS. J. RIURS,
No. S JfarAet Rpare, Nat Door to Felies Confectionvey
HAS just received a new and carefilly se
lected supply of Millinery Goods, such as Straw
and Felt Hats, Bonnets, Velvets, Feathers. FloWers. P lb
bons, Ruches, &c , all of which are of the la eat style.
Also, a variety of Zephyr Hoods, Nubies, Gloves, Stock
ings, Collars, Laces, &c., with a full assortment of Dress
Trimmings and Dress Patterns, which she will sell at prices
that cannot be competed with. -
Dress and Cloak making will be promptly attended to
under her own direct supervision. 0,13 d3m.
.LXMCIIVE DEPARTYIEN I',
Hannuntiso, Oct. 5, 15 , Til
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
this office until 12 o'clock of TuesdsV, 18th inst.,
the erection of the proposed ,xtonslon el the. 12.1,
building. Seem ity to r or wry!:
will be requhed, and each bidder m of areatnp.,ny his
proposal with the names of his securities.
Plans of the extension can be seen at this office whole
specifications can also be had on application. Bids must
be addressed, 'Proposals for extension of CapitoL"
A. G. CURTIN, Governor.
JAS. I'. BARR, Sur. Gen.
HENRY D. MOORE, State Trio,
I S a pleasant, healthy •
Very convenient and refreshing for invtdids
Fever or great thirst.
Its portability recommends it w traveler.
Its convenience at pie-nice will be apreciated.
No sugar required; one table-spoonful simply fat
in a glass of cold water and it is done.
SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY
No. 61, Yark , :t. trire,t.
Almanacs ! .11na.anacst.
13 A. V.
English and German Laucaiter
for the year,
1 6 5
For sale, by the gross, Dozen, or single, at Sche:ltr's
Bookstore, 21 South Second street, Harrisburg, Pa. 5,?:29
DISSECTED ALPHABET BLOCKS,
for sale at Behetfer's Bookstore, 21 South e - ad:
street, Barrisburg, Pa Geld
NEW GAME FOR CHILDREN.
CIATIEE, OF SOLTTA.IRE, together With an
17r assortment of other Games, at t4clielicz's BoQii4Zi e,
21 south Second street, Ifarrieb4rg, Pa. oc 11
%CODFIgH of 4peelio radst ebd,jlo;Lccn.
sod for sale by SZECTL.,_ER ' k O&M..
fottl (foice.COLSOTB to Will. Dock...ft.
111911LOWL1 FLOUR! Fine Papally Flour!
100 barrels of the_best brand of flour in this city.
&very barrel warrahted or reoney returned, and delivered
to all parts of the city free of charge. For eite at
sepl6 & FRAZER'S.
DRIED FRUIT of ail kinds at
finval Bra - .:R rumr,rp.re
DRAFTED MEN entitled to exemption can
1.1 have their papers properly prepared by
B. Cr GOBLN, Attorney at Law.
Leta of the Provost Marshal's Oftt.e. Office in Third
street, four doors above Market, Harr shunt Pa • sepu.ti
E. C. GOBIN,
OFFICE Ll' TWILD STREHT, /MOPS MAP.K.ST.
Sir BOIIIItiee, Pensions and Back Pay collected at. legal
EW BOOK S.--TEEM SHOULLimat.
DAYS OF SHOWY
IClift waived it (d.lBl SOWPrE'F'Firs siorsCSTORR
NEW STORY BOOK
C I I, - JD lit F., Ni
BY FANNY FERN.
FOT Sal.o %taborer's Bookstore, ILArg.itym Pa: .211'