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TiIURSDAI EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1864.
!OWN AND COITNTUY.
ME. JOHN LIVINGSTON, an aged and respect
able citizen of Washington township, York
county, died at his residence, yesterday morn
ing. He was the father-in-law of Mr. Eli Hol
linger, of this city.
THE Springfield Republican—whose article on
"Gen. Wallace and Andy Johnson" is going
the rounds of the copperhead press—is not a
Union journal, but a rank copperhead sheet,
published at Springfield, Mass.
THERE was a sickly gathering at the court
house, last night, to hear some of the played
out copperhead politicians defafne the U. S.
Government, but who forgot to say a word
against their bosom friends in politics, Jeff
Davis and his followers. The only thing want
ing to render the meeting respectable in point
of numbers *as an audience. The furious
ringing of the bell for an hour and a half fail
ed to attract a crowd.
DISCHARGED.---Nathaniel Friedman, the
Philadelphia Jew who was arrested on a
charge of receiving the goods stolen from
D. Eppley A: Co., or this city, was up for a
final hearing yesterday. The Alderman stated
that the officers had not been able to obtain
any additional testimony, and that he did not
consider the evidence adduced sufficient to
justify the holding of the accused. He was,
MURDER IN CHAMBERSBURG. -111:. Jacob Sweit
zer, a well-known engineer on the Cumberland
Valley Railroad, was killed, last night, at his
residence in Chambersburg. We learn that
several soldiers, who were intoxicated, went
to Mr. Sweitzer's house and demanded ad
mittance, which wa,§ refused. They then
left, informing Mr. S. that they would return
in thirty minutes, and if not admitted, the
house would be burned. During their absence
Mr. Sweitzer went to a neighbor's for assist
ance, and upon his return was met by the sol
diers, ono of whom struck him on the head
with a musket, killing him almost instantly.
Mr. Sweitzer was a harmless, quiet citizen,
and his murder can be added to the long cat
alogue of crime caused by bad women and
bad whisky. We are informed that the sol
diers have been arrested.
PEIMONAL. - Corporal James l(lcGowan ac
companied by six privates of Co G, 201st P. V.,
(Capt. Ensminger,) arrived here on Monday,
having in charge thirteen drafted men and.
deserters, en route for the Provost Marshal's
headquarters in Chambersburg, to which place
they were taken on Tuesday. The men had
been "gathered up" in Bedford county. Cor
poral McGowan and his squad returned from
Chambersburg yesterday, and left this city
to-day, to rejoin the company, at Bloody Run.
They report the boys to be in good condition,
generally well, and enjoying themselves finely.
Their camp is in an excellent location, and
Major John T. Morgan is in command of
the detachment at Bloody Run, and is almost
worshipped by all the officers and men in
camp. He has proven himself the right man
in the right place, and by his kindness to all
has won the respect of every person in his
BRIG. GEN. Jos. F. KNIPE is in this city,
having just arrived from Sherman's army.--
He is looking well, and brings a good report
concerning the army of the South-west. The
General has on every occasion fought gallantly
for the good old - Union. His numerous friends
welcome him home.
"THE TODD Smosy"—The TVasking ion Re.
publican thus disposes of the outrageous assault
on the President of the United States in his
private relations,made by the opposition jour
nal in this city, some days since. After this
expose and explanation of a base libel, we
have, no comments to offer. The Republican
First. That Mrs. Lincoln never had a bro
Second. She has no deceased brother of any
name who left a widow.
Third. Mrs. Lincoln and her father were
born at and near Lexington, Ky., and none of
the family, so far as known, ever resided in
South Carolina, or North Carolina.
Fourth. No widow, by the name of Todd,
now living at Harrisburg, Pa., ever saw either
Mr. or Mrs. Lincoln to their knowledge, or is
in any manner related to them.
Fifth. The chivalric sister, whom General
Butler says did not "dare" him, or behave
unladylike, for the very good reason that she
did not even take the trouble to make herself
known, was named Martha, not "Julia."
So much for the Democratic mode of war
fare upon the President's family.
We leave the editor of the Harrisburg Pa
triot and Union—delightful names for so truth
ful a print--with the loyal people of this
COPPERHEAD OUTRAGE - Murderous Assmit,
upon Unoffending Citizens. —The foul principles
of the peace copperheads which have been in
stilled in the minds of the young, are already
beginning to exhibit themselves in murderous
assaults upon unoffending • citizens, on our
streets. lost night, as the Republican Lavin
eibles were' marching through the streets, ac
companied by the drum corps, disturbing no
one, they were attacked by some of the, young
blackguards of the copperhead party, who
threw stones atthe procession, striking Mr.
Jens Frsums on the head, very seriously in
juring him, and breaking a number of lamps.
Mr. P. very narrowly escaped being instantly
killed. Stones were also thrown at the trans
parency in front of the Invincible Hall, and
it was damaged to some extent.
This is the most hellish outrage that has
been perpetrated here within several years,
and it is earnestly hoped that all law-abiding
citizens will assist to bring the scoundrels to
justice. They should be punished to the Hill
extent of the law. Their arrest and convic
tion may be the means of saving them from
the'gallows, which they will certainly reach if
permitted to run at large and continue to in
cite to riot, commit assaults, and perhaps
murder. The copperheads howl at the
thought of the country warring against an
open enemy, and cry peace, while at the same
time their young men are being trained to re
sist the laws, openly attack peaceable citizens,
defame the Government, sympathize with
traitors, and violate all rules of decency thus
placing themselves on a level with cut-throats
and assassins, whose presence will be an eye
sore to any community.
Mr. John Fisher, the unfortunate victim of
last .?/ight'u outrage, is a quietrlitoilbnaive
zen of Linglestown, where his family resides.
He is employed at the tin store of Mr. Geo.
Lailaek, in this city. .
DEATH OF AN -OLD.-Dzrannaa.--air. Jacob
Allgafer, a well known citizen of Reading,
Pa., died on Monday, in the 73d year of his
age, of apoplexy. He was a soldier of the
war of 1812, and marched to the defence of
Baltimore in the company of Capt. Lotz.
DEATH, FACQI THE KICK OF A Hossz.--Mr.
Samuel Hotick, one of the old and respected
citizens of Cornwall township, Lebanon
county, was kicked by one of his horses
while entering the stable, on Saturday last,
and ilijured so badly that he died on Monday
MASS MEETING IN LEBANON.-A Union mass
meeting will be held in Lebanon on Tuesday
next. Gov. Curtin, Hon. John Cessna and
Col. Taylor (of Tennessee) are announced as
the speakers. In the evening a grand torch
light procession will take ,place., Extensive
arrangements have been made to render the
ROBBERY IN TRE,BRIDGE.-At an early hour
last night two men were knocked down in the
river bridge, robbed, and stripped of a por
tion of their clothing. We have been unable
to learn their names. It is hoped that the
plunderers may be arrested and punished.—
They were seen running out of the western
end of the bridge, and may yet be identified.
STOCK SUBSCIIIEIXD. —The books of the Con
nellsville and Southern Pennsylvania Railroad
Company were °pealed in Bedford last week,
when the Board of Commissioners was organ
ized, on motion of Hon. John Cessna, by the
appointment of 5: L: Russell, Chairman. One
hundred and two thousand and two shares of
stocks were taken, amounting to five millions
one hundred and ten thousand dollars. •
DEATH FROM FALL! No EROBT a TREE.—An
accident occurred on the 19th, at 9 o'clock,
resulting in the almost instant death of Mr.
John Martz, residin g in- Walker township,
Juniata county. He fell" rom a chestnut tree,
a height of about forty feet, breaking his
neck. This is still another warning to men
and boys. Mr. Martz leaves a widow and
INTERNAL REVENVE DECISION.—The Com.:
inissioners of Internal Revenue have decided
that "Deeds of partition between tenants in
common, are not deeds of conveyance by
which title to re al estate is conveyed, nor does
a consideration pass between the parties, but
the object of file deed is simply to limit and
define the rig'ats of the respective parties ;
therefore, they' are not chargeable with stamp
PEruu Mn rns, _Esq., of this city, and one of
our most intelligent and respectable German
Union men, is: doing good service in the
cause of his country, by delivering German
speeches at various points in Northumberland
county. On Saturday afternoon he is to
speak at Gem' getown, and in the evening at
Scranton. 31 ir. Meyer is an able and a sincere
man, deservii ig of the respectable attention of
any audience of intelligence. We commend
him to our • friends in Northumberland and
wherever he appears to address the people on
the vital ism] .es of the campaign.
THE STATI ; CAPITOL IN A BLAZE OF GLOEY.-
The Largest and most Enthusiastic Local Meet
ing of the Cat npaign—The Hall of the House of
Representatives Crammed to Suffocation—Great
Speech by the. Vice President of the United States.
—Every candid man, whether friend or foe,
must'admit that %very Union meeting held in
this city fluting the great political campaign
which is just; drawing to a close, is an enlarge
ment on 'that which preceded it, each meeting
increasin g in numbers and enthusiasm, until
the gathering last evening became really a
monster local demonstration, filling every
available sps.ce within the hall of the - House
of Representatives, crowding the rotunda,
blooking up the windows, and attracting
on the outside of the building an immense
number of patient and enthusiastic listenerd.
Among the audience inside were a great many
ladies of the highest respectability, beauty
and iutelligence, whose presence is ever the
security of order, and whose recognition of
their country's cause is: the best evidence of
While the concourse ..;iust described was
assembling in and around the Capitol, the
Republican Invincibles were gathering at their
headquarters, whence they proceeded to escort
the distinguished orators of the evening, Hort.
Hannibal Hamlin and Maj. Harry White, to
the hall of the House. The appearance of
the Invincibles, becuing their colored lamps,
and preceded by a splendid drum corps,
escorting the speakers, creatod much enthu
On motion of George Bergn er, His Excel
lency, Governor Andrew G. Curtin, was ap
pointed President of the meeting.
A committee consisting of Gen. A. L. Rus
sell, George W. Knox und John J. Shoemaker,
was appointed to watt on the Governor and
conduct him to the m eating. On the appear
ance of the Governor,. the meeting was organ
ized by the following officers:
PBX 3rDENT t
GOV. A. G. CUETIN
George W Knox., George Malinger,
Martin Lutz, John Hoffer,
Washington Hu mate], W W Boyer,
Lyman Gilbert, Henry Koler,
William Hughes, David Eyster,
John Forney, Capt Wm Sees,
John'Coover„ J B Boyd,
Dr Ehrman, Aaron Bombaugh,
David Murom4 Daniel 'Wilson,
Charles Swartz, John Barnitz.
John Wallowar, George Garberich,
Samu.el Rinehart, George Dunn,
John. Killinger, John Boyce,
S S Child. Christian Chritzman,
A C Smith.
Vice President Hamlin was introduced to the
meeting amid much enthusiasm, and after
order had been motored, proceeded to the de
livery of a very able speech. He related the
causes of the WaT, and traced them all directly
to the institutio , a of slavory and the arristoc
racy which exists on slave labor. He recounted
the encouragement to treason, and proved con
clusively that fit originated with the leaders of
the Democratic party. He laid bare the horrors
of rebellion, and fixed its bloodshed and or
phanage on the brow. of James Buchanan.
The speaker then reviewed the Chicago plat
form, and proved the falsity of its professed
adhesion to the Union, "in the past as in the
present," by shfrwing from history that the
Democraidc - party was always false to the. Gov
ernment. He proved that James Buchanan
winked. • at . The stealing of guns to arm the
rebeln, and allowed the sending away of our
navy, to render the Government powerless in
crushing insurrection. In this.manner, Mr.
Hamlin discussed the homes of the campaign
for about two hours, eliciting the frequent
hearty cheers of his audience.
At the close of the Vice President's speech,
loud calls were made for: Maj. Harry White,
who delivered a speech'of great power and
telling effect;: during which he narrated the
story of, his suirfrist,g . while a pri son e r
mond and otherpqtynis of the. South.
At a : latehowri.the meeting adjourned with
cheers for tho soldiers, the Government, the
candidates for President and Vice. President,
and the spOike,7o,
THE SEA or ICE, OE, TEE PRATER OF THE
WEECEEM—Determined to maintain the good
reputation of the Theatre, and to render that
establishment the best place of amusement
in the State, out of Philadelphia, Mr. Rouse
has, at a cost of one thousand dollars, made
the necessary arrangements to place before
our people the greatest drama ever performed
in America, entitled Tun. SEA OF ICE, on, A
TEInET FOB Gus). The scenery is entirely
new, and of the most costly character, and
has been made expressly for this grand play.
An immense sea of ice occupies the entire stage;
upon it, cast adrift, by mutineers, are a captain,
his wife and child ; a storm arises, causing
the icebergs to disappear, and give way to a
tossing, raging body of water. With the te
nacity of death, the fated Captain and his
wife cling to a fragment of ice, from which
they gradually sink and are engulfed in the
furious waters ; but, with the divinity of a
parent's affection, first placing their infant
upon a massive block of ice and instructing
her to appeal to the Omnipotent Power for
succor. The mist rises, as if symbolizing
Heaven's acceptance of the orphan's prayer.
A gorgeously beautiful AURORA BOREALIS
resplendent with its sun-tinted variegated
hues; illumines the firmament ; barely dis
coverable in the distance, a welcome barque
appears, gradually enlarging in size ; as with
the speed of wind, as if impelled by mercy's
breath, it comes to the orphan's rescue.—
Here follow many interesting scenes of the
most thrilling character, followed by a most
magnificent gallery, terrace and park of the
palace of Del Monte in Paris. Woman's will ;
the hour of retribution! concluding with a
superb tableau of the REALIZATION OF
THE MOTHER'S PRAYER. Let no one
fail to witness this grand drama-the most
magnificent ever presented to our people.
[For the T2LSGR4PH:]
Thanks to some clever genius, in the name
of all Post Office clerks and sensible people
generally, for the new style of addressing
letters! According to the common custom,
the face of the envelope is often scribbled
over with specifications of various kinds that
are of no manner of use until the letter
shall have reached its destination, i. e. the
Post Office at which it is to be delivered.
And yet the name of this office is usually
stuck away down in one corner, crowded and
cramped, in many cases, so es to be hardly
How much more sensible to place it, in
large, fair letters, right in the midst of the
envelope, so as to have it strike the eye of
the Postmaster at once, and make sure of
having it sent to the right office. Once safely
received there, the special delivery will soon
bring it into the proper hands. Thus:
JAarEs STEWART, Esq.,
201sT REG. PENNA. VOLUNTEERS. —NCIPICE
To Fitranns.—l have just returned from the
headquarters of the 201st Reg. P. V., and on
behalf of the men of the regiment earnestly
request their friends to send them home pa
pers regularly, and occasionally envelopes,
paper and stamps. There is no favor for
which they would be more thankful. Direct
to Co. --, 201st Reg. P. V., Headquarters,
Gainesville, via Alexandria, Virginia. _
POLITICS, GOLD AND MFAICHANDISE.--The; ac
tivity exhibited in politics and the apparent
determination of speculators to keep gold at
high premium has, within a few days, caused
an advance of ten o fifteen per cent. on some
descriptions of dry goods. 0. L. Bowman's
visit of this week to New York gave him the
advantage of picking up some cheap goods at
the large auction sale in that city on Tuesday
last. These goods will be open for examina
tion on Friday and Saturday of this week, at
Bowman's cheap dry goods store, No. 7, cor
ner of Front and Market streets, Harrisburg,
LADIES ! come and see the new Dress Goods,
Ladies' Dress Coats, Circulars, Shawls and Furs
of every description, at No. 10 Market Square,
formerly M. G. Einstein's old stand. 0ct,26-1w
WANTED Imuranwrzmr—Two Salesmen ac
quainted with the dry goods business. Apply
in person to CATHCART & BROTHER,
No. 14, Market Square, next door to the Har
risburg Bank. oct2sdlw
FRANK'S CELEBRATED LAGER BEER. —Mr.
Henry Meyer, who keeps a restaurant on Sec
ond street, below Chestnut street, announces
to his friends and the public generally, that he
is now prepared to regale them with Frank's
celebrated Lancaster lager. He studies to
THE cheapest and most sole - et fashionable
ladies' bonnets, hats, cloaks and circulars are
to be found at Mrs. M. Mayer's, No. 1.3 Mar
ket street, between River alley and Front
street, (Boger's old stand.) octl7-tf
LOST OR STOLNN at the Pennsylvania Railroad
Depot, at noon on Wednesday, a leather
pocket' book, pretty well worn, containing
over thirty dollars—one ten dollar bill on the
Columbia Bank, three five dollar Government
notes, and two two dollar Government-notes,
and two one dollar Government notes, and a
lot of postal currency. Also a due bill for six
dollars. The money belongs to a poor man,
and contained every cent of money he owned.
A railroad ticket for Middletown was also in
the pocket book. The finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving it at THIS OFFICE.
DAVID W. BROWN.
LATEST Aamvan.—The undersigned takes
the pleasure to inform the ladies of this city
and vicinity, that she has received this day a
large quantity of CLOAKS and CIRCU
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
lower rates than they can be sold for by any
other establishment in the city.
MRS. M. MAYER,
Boger's Old Stand, No. 13 Market street.
Fuss, Fuss.—The undersigned takes the
liberty of informing the ladies of this city
and 'vicinity, that she has received a splendid
assortment of Ladies' Furs of all descriptions,
which will be sold at greatly reduced prices.
MRS. M. MAYER,
oct26-d4t No. 13 Market Street.
Da. M'Buroz's King of Pain should be kept
in every family. Will cure Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache in three minutes. Diarrhceo,
Bloody Flux, pain inthe Back and Side,lnflam
mation of the Kidneys and Liver Complaint
and Palpitation of the Heart. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.,
' 11S Market street, Haxiisburg.
AR orders from a distance promptly attended
to. . sept2o4l
Kromer's Cupham'o Hair Dye
Boxes larger than Dyes that sell for sl.
NATURAL, DURABLE, BEAUPLJfUL.
W.umorrao to please. This article has been
thoroughly tested by Da Curter= of New
York, and Professors Booth and Garrett of
Philadelphia, who pronounce it free from all
poisonous ingredients, and the material com
posing it will not injure the most delicate
hair. Sold, by Druggists and Fancy Goods
JNO. J. KROMER, Sole Proprietor,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The inebriate may now bid defiance to the
tempting cup. Dr. Zane's antidote for strong
drink is a certain cure for drunkenness. It
creates a dislike for strong drink, and can be
administered without the knowledge of the
Descriptive circulars sent to any address.
For sale by all respectable druggists in the
United States and Canadas. Price $1 per box,
or packages of six boxes for $5.
JNO. J. KROMER, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Ruud's Specific.
The oldest and most reliable medicine for
the cure of Spermatorhcea, Seminal Weakness,
Loss of Power &c. This medicine has stood
the test of over thirty years, and•has always
proved a success.
Dr. RAND'S SPECIFIC is exhibited in the
form of pills, made up entirely of substances
that have a specific effect upon the generative
Organs. Most persons associate the idea of
operations upon the bowels from taking any
kind of pills. The SPECIFIC! of Dr. Rand is
not intended as au evacuating medicine. Its
medicinal virtues are expended entirely upon
the impaired regenerative organs. The pills
'are not unpleasant to the taste, and many
persons masticate them with impunity before
swallowing them ; which plan we would al
ways recommend, as affording. the speediest
way to get the effect of the remedy.
Price $1 per box, or six boxes for $5. Sold
by druggists everywhere.
KRQMER, Wholesale Agent,
403 Chestnut St.., Philadelphia, Pa.
Banitvar Vs Troches.
For the. cure of Hoarseness, Threat Dis
eases, A. 0., axe specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak inpublic. Manufactured
only by 0. A. Inn vart & 00., Harrisburg,
Pa-, tc, whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
Bead the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
lEkauranus6, Feb. Bth, 1864.
31 Pear st
C. A. Buniveask—Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison_ with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
most a/imitable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly,. T. E• ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. B. Presbyterian Church.
jgr•l agree with, Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Baruivart's Troches.
W. C. CAriP.ELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
G. W. ORABB
To Q.A. Beartvertr—Dear Sir: In the habit
of speaking very frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs° are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expect°
rant, and that want has been supplied in your
I oonsider them very,far superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever - aged, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing th,
effectiveness of the delivery of public af -
dresses. Yours, &0.,
JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To 0. A. BANNvenik—Dear Sir: flaying net.
your Troches, I am free to say they are
the best I Wave ever tried and take great
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
elided with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking or Singh*,
Yours, Ac., G. G. RARESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
• DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE,
HAuuulllßo, Feb. 29, 1864.
To O. A. BANNYMIT—DeEr Sir : I have
forma your•'Troohes to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
to the voice, and are certainly of great belie.
lit to all public speakers. A. J. HERE
Military Business attended To
Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, Subsistence and Military
and War °Wine, generally, made out and collected. Fer
al:Ma residing at u distance can have their business trans
acted by matt, by addressing
el; .11s , Third street, Harrisbar,v Pl 4
THEmost healthy persons feel more or less
weak this extreme warm weather, and lose their ap
petite. They need a good strong Tonic—one that will
strengthen the nervous system and stomach. This they
can get at 50 cents per bottle, at Mrs. L. Ball's, No.
South Pine street, Harrisburg. Orders from a distance
promptly attended to. augl .
Jer Ern BPTIC FITS CAN BE DUBND I I—Dr. Lockrowj
having become eminently successful in curing this ter
rible malady, invites all similarly afflicted to call or send
for circulars of reference's and testimonials of numerous
Cara cured of from one to twenty-four years' standing.
lie devotes his attention especially to diseases of the Cer
ebrdSpinal Axis, or NervousAystem, and solicits an in
vestigation of his"claim to public confidence.
He may be consulted at his private residence, Np. 141
West 424 street, daily, from 10 A. ar. until 4 P. as,, except
Saturday and Sunday. Address all letters to
DR. V. B. LOCKBOW, New York.
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The author may be consulted upon any of the diseases
upon which his book treats, either personally or tiy ma i;
and medicines sent to any part of the world.
I his cci 'rltr_d Toilet Soap, in such universal de.
bland, is m,ido iron] the choicest materials, is mild
and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scented,
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THE PHILADELPHIA. AND ERIE LAND
COMPANY, chartered by an act of the Legislatu re
of Pennsylvania, oilers for sate choice lots for dwelli ngs
and business purposes in the above new towns on the
line of the Philadelphia and'Erie Railroad.
RENOVO has been selected as the site for the exten
sive shops for building and repairing the rolling stock of
thoThiladelphia and Erie Railroad, of which the Penna.
Railroad Company are now lessees. It is 92 miles west of
Sunbury, and 196 miles east of Erie. The town Ls beau
tifully situated on the margin of the west branch of the
Susquehanna river, in the county of Clinton, and is sur
rounded by romantic and attractive scenery. The Rail
road Company are erecting an immense Locomotive
Round House, Repair Shops for Cars and Engines, Car
Building shop. Iron and Brass Furnaces, and Dwellings
for the Superintendent and other officers. A splendid
Hotel, with which are connected arrangements for feeding
passengers on the most extensive scale, has been com
menced. All these buildings are of the most permanent
and substantial character, of brick and. Iron, and are in
accordance with the immense business anticipated on the
completion of this great Railroad, so long anxiously
looked for, and now au accomplished fact—the last rail
connecting the Susquehanna river with Lake Erie having
been laid on Saturday, July 24, 1864.
A Company has been chartered by the Legislature for
supplying the town with gas and. water, and the wet , r
works are nearly completed. Churches will be erected
immediately. The situation ...at RENOVO is entirely
healthy, and as the dimensions of the town are limited
by nature, the value of the iota must appreciate greatly
in the course of a few years.
EMPORIUM will certainly be the most important com
mercial point between Lock Haven and Warren, a idis
tepee of 158 miles. It is near the centre of the railroad,
47 miles west of Repovo,• im miles from Sunbury and
149 miles from Erie. It le near the of the Drift
wood Branch of the Sinnemahoeing, with West Creek,
Portage Creek and North Creek, the Valleys of which
streams ate gibe most accessible point on the Phila
delphia and Erie railroad to a very extensive district of
country. The moment the projected railroad connecting
It with the city of Rooliester, I. Y., shall be completed.,
few 'atelier towns in the State will surpass it in business
capabilities. An exeellent graded road now connects it
with Coudersport, theseat of Justice of Potter county.
It is also connected with Smothport, the seat of Justice of
McKean county. Eitiorium is the County Seat of Cam
eron county; It has a handsome Court Rouse, and the
Land Company have just completed a large and commo
dious Hotel, which will immediately be opened to the
public. The Railroad Company are about to erect Et hand
some and permanent Passsenger Station ate central point
near the Hotel and Court House. The place is healthy,
and excellent water is abundant. It is is the midst of
one qf the 'blest White Pipe regions in Pennsylvania.
As a manufacturing town it has great advantages; coal,
lumber, stone, bark for tanneries are abundant, and
railroad communications with the great lakes and all
points of invariance in the seaboard are uus9rpassed.
This place was selected thirty years ago as a point of im
portance, and a town laid oat with the prophetic name of
E.We ORIUM, but the difficulty of access has prevented
its development so entirely that it is mainly known for
the excellence of hunting and trout fishing in the vicinity.
The completion of the Philadelphia and Erie railroad
must soon makallit a place of great importance as a distri
buting point for goods of all kinds, and it edam great
advantages for persons of moderate capital wltio desire
to identify themselves with the early histpry of a thriv
Lithographic Maps of both towns are now ready, and
air. GIDEON T. BALL, General Superintendent, will
furnish all necessary information on the premises, or by
He may be addressed to the care or H. P. RUTTER,
Secretary and Treasurer, Philadelphia and Erie Land Com
pany, No. 205 K Walnut streetPhiladelphla, or at Renovo,
Clinton county, Pennsylvania.
W. a MOORHEAD, Pres't,
Phila. and Erie Land Co.
H. P. Roman, Secretary and Treasurer. oct2l.d3m
STEAM WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, touch
ing at QUEENSTOWN, (CO= HARBOR.) The well
known steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Phila
delphia Steamship Company, (Inman Line), carrying Ihe
U. S. Mails, are intended to sad as follows :
EDINBURGH Saturday, Catcher 21
CITY OF WASHINGTON,
CITY OF MANCHESTAR " November 5.
and every succeeding Saturday, at noon, from Pier 44,
North Elver. •
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Payable in Golder its Equivalent in Currency
FIRST CABIN, $BO 00 I STEERAGE, $3O CO
do to London, 85 00 t'o to London, 34 00
do to Paris, 95 00 I
do to Paris, 40 00
do to Hambur,r, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Br men, Hotter
dam, Antwerp, /to., at equally low rates.
Fares from Liverpool or Queenstown: lalt Cabin, $75,
$B5, $lO5. Steerage $3O. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets here at these rates.
For further information .apply at the Company's
Offices. JOHN a DALE, Agent yy
rkIIARTERMAS'rER GENERAL'S OF
WAsatecoToar City, October "I, 1884. I
HORSES! HORSES! HORSES!
Horses suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service will be
purchased at Giesboro Depot, in open market, till Novem
ber 1, 1864.
Horses will be delivered to Captain L. Lowry Moore, A
Q. M.., and be subjecter to the =MI Government inspec
tion before being accepted.
Price of Cavalry Moms, $175 each.
Price of Artillery Horses, $lBO each.
Payment will be made for six (8) and more.
JAMES A. =EN,
Colonel First Division,
o3tillec3l Quartermaster General's 011ica.
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC
INVIGORAIING Aril STRENCIMENING
Fortifies the system against the evil effects of unwole
Will cure dyspepsia.
Will cure weakness..
Will cure general debility.
Will cure heartburn.
Will cure headache. •
Will cure liver complaint.
Will excite and create a healthy appetite.
Will invigorate the organs of digestion, and moderately
increase the temperature of the body and the force of the
circulation, acting in fact as a general corroborant of the
system, containing no poisonous drugs, and is
The BEST TONIC BITTERS in the WORLD.
A fair trial is earnestly solicited.
. . _
GEO. C. RUSSEL & CO., 'geometers, Hopson, N.Y.
Gentral Dept American Express Building, 55 HUDSON
' ST., NEW YORK.
/or For sale by Druggists, Grocers, &c.
D. W. GROSS & CQ., Harrisburg, Wholesale Agent, an
for sale by J. M. LDI7., O. K. KELLER, GEO. WINTERS
and S. A. KUNKEL. oetl4-d&w
TO THE PRESIDENT, DIRECTORS AND
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE "BANK OF MIDDLE
WHEREAS, The undersigned his been duly appointed . ,
by the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin . county, an
Auditor, under the sth section of the act of Assembly
approved the 22d day of August, A. D. 1864, "to ascer
tain and determine the fair market value " of each share
of stock of the said "Bank of Middletown," as provided
in said section; therefore,
Notice is hereby given to the President, Directors and
Stockholders of the said Bank that he will meet at the
Banking House of said Bank, in Middletown, on Tuesday,
the 15th day of November, at 10. o'clock A. x. , for the
purpose of performing 'the dy.ties of his said appoint
ment as provided by the araresiid act of Assembly.
oct2sdeodBw JOHN H. BRIGGS, Auditor.
VALUABLE ISLAND AT PRIVATE SALE.
ON'S ISLAND in the Susquehanna , NVl bS ttbont four miles below Harrisburg, in a high
state of cultivation :Fruit of excellent kind. Good
water. Two-story frame house, barn and out-houses.
Inquire of Thomas Wilson or A. J. HERR,
TO THE SHOE BUYING PUBLIC.
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF ! !
rsubscriber, intending to make a change
iTITis business will close out his Immense stock of
pa BOOTS AND SIDES, Fa
Or every description now on hand at much less than
market prices. Persons In want of Boots and Shoes will
do well to call, as am determined to close out at reduced
prices. Give us a call. J. C. KIMBALL,
UM Market street, next to Walla's jewelry store,
Ibrrisburg, Pa . • • sep2B.
ALEMDDIBY AND VARIETY GOODS.
MRS. .1 . ..H1885,
No. 8 Market Square, Nest Door to relix's Coafectioarey
HAS just received a new and carefully se
lected, supply of Millinery Goods, such as Straw
and Felt Hats, Bormets, Velvets, .Featitters, Flowers, Bib
boos, Rustles, &c., all of which are of the Styl
Also, variety of Zephyr Hood; Nobles, Glove; Stock
ings, Collars, Lace; •&c., wlth a fall assortment of Dress
Trimmings and Dress Patterns, which she will sell at price&
that cannot be competed with. .
Drew and Cloak making will be promptly attended to
under her an direct supervision. *-" OCtB-d3ra.
BRANT'S MALL. BRANT'S HALL
SIXTY-NINTH NIGHT OP THE PRESENT SEASON.
Rouse's Star Combination Campany,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Rouse's star Combination Company,
THIS THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1864,
Will be presented, for the first time, the celebrated
Drams, flied with effects of the most noiel and ,
vartling nature, entitled
THE SE4 OF ICE 1!
Produted at a cost of nearly Smoot
Entirely New and Magnificent Scenery ! !
Narroz--0a and after this evening, the curtain will rise
at half past 7 o'clock.
For farther particulars see programme.
WALNUT ST., BETWEEN 2d and 3d Sts
PR0PR1ET0R5......... S. R OYSTER 8 J- C. tEEN,E.
BUSINESS AGENT JOE MILER.
Open EVERY EVENING, with a frst•ciaes company of
Male and Female artiste.
The managers taken pleasure in announcing to the chi
semi and atrangors of Harrisburg that they will spare no
pains in endeavoring to comfort and Winne them.
no following Calmat appears every night.
The Charming Cantairiee, •
MISS FLORENCE EDMONDS,
Alfas FLORENCE EDMONDS,
MISS FLORENCE EDMONDS,
274 Champion Jig Dans:sere,
MRS. MAI.INMA. KEENE,
MRS. MALINDA KEENE,
MRS .MALINDA KEENE.
The Pleasing TecaZist,
MISS CLARA WILLIAM:4,
MISS CLAA WILLIAMS.
The Great Ethiopian Comedian,
MR. JAMES FLAKE,
MR JAMES FLAKE,
MR JAMES FLARE.
The Great Song and Dance Man,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25.
First appearance of the great Banjo Soloist and Negro
Admission 25 cents. Box Seats, 50 cents Doors open
at 7. Commences at 734 o'clock. octlT
Tairßcompany consists of the best star pet -
orm S ers, consisting of
The managers takes pleasure in announcing that they
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS tr. CO., Proprietor
BILLY Pcorraa, Boldness Agent. au29d
MRS. M. MAYER,
NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
Ens just opened her new FALL STOdIK. of
BONNETS, LADIES' AND
Constantly on hand, besides everything usually found in
the largest furnishing establishments in the country.
Steam Eng,ite and Machine Shop,
SIXTH ST., BETWEEN WALNUT AND MARKET.
(J. C. Moltz's Old Stud.)
'naundersigned haviAg taken the above
p, respectfully solicits a share of the public pa
Particular attention will be paid to repairing of Steam
Engines, and all kinds of machinery. All work will re
ceive my personal attention, and satisfaction. guaranteed
WEST HARRISBURG MARKET HOUSE
PARTICULARLY invite the attention of
the Butchers, Truckmen and Farmers to the SALES
OF STALLS in their new Market House on SATURDAY
Horning, October 29, at 8 o'clock. Conditions made
known on morning of sale.
The Market House will be open for business on TUES
DAY Morning, November, 1, 1861. •
Market hours and days will be arranged to suit the
wishes of the majority of the stag holders
HOUSES POE. SALE. .
THREE NEW FRAME HOUSES, SITU
ATE on Faster street, above North. Enquire or
Corner of Third and North streets.
NEW BOOKS ! 'NEW BOOKS !
IN SCHOOL AND OUT, or the amquest
Tom Somers, or the Soldier Boy.
Watch and Wait, or the Young Fugitives
Learning bow to Talk, Read and Speak, by Fowles it
Enoch Arden, New Poem, by Tennyson.
For salq at SOREFFEB'S BOOKSTORE,
oct6 Jiarrlsburg, Pa,
LOOK HERE! LOOK HERE
CAMPAIGN BADGES, of all styles, for sale
wholesale and retail at Scheirer's Bookstore, Harris
Country dealers are respectfully invited to coil and ex
amine prices and styles. oct7
Hanimenono BANK, Oct. 184.
THE annual election for thirteen directors
of this Bank will be held at the Banking House, on
Monday, the 21st day of November next, between the
hours of 10 A. st. and 3 P. St
"MITE GROCERIES of all kinds, at, reduced
.12 prices, at SifIBLER FRAZENS
FAIMIC GROGRRY, :;te Court How,
FBATIT JARS, of the latest Patent-(Gef
fileg Teat Pateut,) Just received and for tale ioit-at
DOTER k NDERPER
TOY BOOKS, Toy - .13,00ks in endless, va
riety, at SCREFFSIt'S Bouirstorp
POCKET BOOKS, Wallets and Parses for
pale cheap at BCHEFFER'S Bookstore,
1110 tip) 80
A Thirst for Gold!
MR. J. C. KERNE,
Mr. J. C. KEENS
The Great Banjoist,
Great Attraction !
NO. 13 AHEAD!!
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS.
THE LATEST STYLES
CIROUL A R-SI
And a ftne assortment of
WOOLEN HOODS, NORIAS, ifc.
ALL KINDS OF
J. W. WEI 3, Cashier.