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FRlliii EVENIN G NOVEIBER 4, 18ti4
'' - kr',E.p6AA:T., TICKET.
.401_dON M'MICHAEL, Philadelphia
:CIJNNINGHAII, Beaver county.
1-Robert P King, 13-Elias W Hale •
2. Alorrisbn - Coates,l4-Charles H Shriner,
3-Henry Buram,. ± , 15-John Wister,
win it Kern, 16-David ll'Ornaughy,
'5-Bartm. H Jenks, l7-David W Woods,
.6-Chailes M Runk, 18-Isaac Benson,
-Robert Parke, 19-John Patton, •
8-William Taylor, 20-Samuel B Dick,
9-John A Hiestand, 21-Everard Bierer,
.19-Rlchard H.Coryell, 22-John P Penney,
11-Edward Haliday, 23-Ebenez'rM'Junkin,
12-Charles F Read, .24-John W Blanchard
How They Argue and How They Act.
It has been fashionable with the Democratic
leaders,lor years, to assert that if the slave
States were left to themselves, that is if the
ppeple thereof were left •to decide the matter
at will, slavery would be steadily abolished;
Now mark the consistency of the action of
these men, *hen the people of the South de
cide to rid themselves of a nuisance. When
Western Virginia raised the banner of free
dom, and the people of that section declared
their deteithination to organize a State gov
ernment in: order to rid themselves of that
part of the State:which: had left the Union
and which was= under the control of a mad
insurrection, as wbll as to abolish slavery by
the action of the majority, the only-opposi
tion which the people of Western Virginia
had to contend with outside of rebel influ
ence, came directly from the Democratic
party. Again, when the people of . Maryland
were Preparing to abolish slavery by legal
Constitutionals means, the project was most
bitterly opposed i by, the:Democratic leaders,
and the iesnlnit the ballot -box in Maryland
is denounced by the Copperhead organs of
the North, as "an usurpation of the Lincoln
dynasty." We refer to these historical facts
merely to show that the Democratic leaders
are in favor of slavery because it is the back. ,
bbne of treason, and they, oppose its abolition
because it is the only source of their political
strength. These facts, when well pondered,
exhibit, fairly, the position of the Democratic
leaders. They are for slaVery, because the in
stitution is synonymous with treason, and
contributes the main foie() that animates the
P* ocratic piety., ~Without slavery, there
Would be n 6 modern. Democracy, and with
modern Demooracy extinct, treason becomes
futile for a lack of upholders, and peace eter
nal, because there will be no influence then
leftin our of free government to dis-:
tuib its hartnonionsoperation.
Don't OPeiS.the Proxy Votes.
At the October election many votes: were
lost, bylhe inadvertente of those 'who held
proxieS in opening` them' before they were
placed in the hands of, they ejection officers.
All proxy votes Elitist be handed to the election
officers sealed as they 'left the hands of the,
soldiers in the army: The outside of the en
velopes containing such votes, is or 'Must be
marked "Soldier's Vote." Hence there is no
necessity of opening the same until it reaches
the hands of the election officers, who are
the persons designated in the law to remove
such ballots from the envelopes. The import
ance of : precaution. in this matter virill at
once be understood when it is clearly•sknown.•
that all "envelopes containing proxy votes,•if
opened before they reach the election .officers,
will be rejected.
Bionura, you havea Brother in the army.
He is brave and good and pure and patriotic.
Hie young blood boils at the wrongs of his
country, and he boldly stands np to face
the enemieswho would desti'oY his Govern:
went and its. equalities, to reOuce him to 04
level of their negro slaves: Will you stab,
that brother in the back by voting for the
representatives of a party which says that the
war is a failure, and that ten white men of the
north are not equal to One slave-holder in the
south. Remember that this election is to
settle the,grea.t question, of equalities, as well
as that of the,iierpptifitY of the Government.
If George B. MOClella,n succeeds at the polls,
the fact will he accepted as the recognition of
the master race of the south—the right of the
aristocrat to enslave labor.
Tits laniumex who votes for George B. Me-
Clellan,literally invites England;the oppressor.
of the land of his birth, to inaugurate the
the, tyranny in America which has blasted Ire
land, because McClellan is the candidate of
men who confessed to Lord Lyons that if the
DeniocraliC party was in power, its leaders
would call for the intervention of the British
Government in the affairs , of America, Irish
men beware hoW ycsi,invo)ie,the hand of your
dread enemy against the..land of your adop
tion! i T •
FATEigli, you have a son in the army. He
suffers and fights fOr the d
, glo,!end peace of
his 'country. -Ti you vote for George 8.-Mc-
Clellan, you virtually JitifolitiCe ',that, son a
coward and record forever , owthe page pf his;
torY, the incapacity of, a free :peaplelto main- ,
t a i n f r eedointagOinst the conspiracies or tile
slave-holders. . . ,
Mew has &conclude thathis duty
is done when lig i4it'OaloYtincolii and John
son. ltiir*A then; aii,fAitt neighlizi
haip all :Notea;..and , cniliathen the foils have
closed; And will
the - duty of loyol men 814' .`
RETURNS OF TIIE - UST ELECTRIC
The - Union. Majority
Over 15 1 000.
19 Ntembeia of Congress Le
20 Members of the Senate—A
Grain. of 6.
63 Members iii the House---
Copperhead Judges Attempt Ao
Defraud the Soldier. ,
Complete List of the Mem
Copperhead Falsehood Exposed.
RESULT I' THE STATE
Thefollowing table shows the official vote
of the - last election as returned to the Secre
tary's office. It will be observed that the
Union majority will eAceed 15,000. As,, soon
as the complete returns are received we -shall
0;1-publish the table:
Bucks:'. . .. . . ...... . .
Butler..: . .. . ... . ..
Carbon:...... .. . . .
Centre .'.. . . ........
Clearfield . ... . ..
Cumberland:— . . ......
Dauphin ' •
Elk... ... ... .... , .
Erie ' . '
Lycoming ....... . . .
Mercer .. . ..:.r:. . .„.
• Phi?adelphia. .... . .
Venting° .1 ..,.
, Wasldngtori • ... . ..
,York . . .... . ..
magmasmace; or cosoassa =menu
2d District—Charles O'Neil..
34 " ,Leonard Myers.
4.th: " • •Wm. D. Kelley. •
sth " ...kb:Russel Thayer.
7th ",'John•BL Broomall. •
9th " Maddens Stevens.
13th " Ulyssus Mercer. •
14th " Cteo. F. Miller. I . •
16th " Wm. B. Koontz.
: 17th " Abraham A. Barker.
18th , f ' Stephen F. Wilson.
19th " • Glenni W.,Scofield.
! 20th " G. V. Culver.
22d. " James K. Morehead. , •
23d. " Thomas Williams.
24th " George V. Lawrence.
Here are 16 members of Congress elected
by the Union party, who will obtain their cer
tificates under the broad seal of the Governor.
MEMBERS ELECTED BY Tilt aOLDriEBB' VOTE; BOY
, DEFRAUDED BY . OOPPIB I BBILD 3UDGES OF BY:AC
' TION. ' • ", • • • • •
12th District—W. W. Ketcham.
21st District—Smith Fuller.
UNION MEMBER ELEcTio BUT cacslM:) . QM OF
• Tenth District—Howell Fisher.
,(Meyer Strouse,. - the present copperhead
member, has been' returned as elected, but
fraudulent votes have already been discovered,
cast •in Schuylkill county, sufficient to give
Mr. Fisher his seat, .and the 'Union• members
in the next Congress will: do full justice in the
matter.) , .
Ist pistxtot 7 —Somuelj. Randall
6th., ".,, B. M. Boyer.
Bt h " t• Awona.
11th " Philip Johnson.
. 16 th " A. J. Glossbrenner. f
Legally elected Union men,
tt " CoppetlfeW`
In die ',repent Conjp* the digati4is
equally ; divilled. A'' gain of' NINE Union
IThe fol/psminfg is a eonii4e liet:of-tge
1 1)ers in the neat"Senate, l viz :
SecOnd— acOb Ridgway, Union.
Third—C. M. Donovan, Deraocat, (re
Fourth—George Connell, Union: ;
Fifth—Horace abyer, UnionMiltner
aSixtl2-0. P. James, Democrat. , -i, •
' . .fievOnth—Gc(ge P. Schell, Demobrat..
liEightilx — lließter Rymer, Democrat, -
4.• Randall, Dethoes4s.
'z Tenth—H. R. Reardslee, Demoeitit.:r•
Eleventh—William J. Terrell,
Twelfth—J. B. Stark, Democrat.
• :-Thirteeoth-iStephen F.. Wilson; Union.' '
Fourteenth—Charles H. Shriner,* Uniou
)\Fifteenth--DaVid Montgomery, Democrat,
Sixteenth--David Fleming, Union.
— BevenTemith—Benj. ;
Johnl,l4.pinilaz Won. T , 1
Eighteenth—George H. 'ffucher, Demdcrat.
- Nineteenth-r---WillintiM'Sherry, Democrat.
. I .T,wnntiet4 7 - i georgeWilbuseholder,Union.
TP*PatefirstiOls W. Hall; Union
I"wentl-second-Thomas StClair, Union.
Twenty-third—W. A. Waller, Democrat.
Twenty-fOiiith'=john Latte; Democrat.
Twenty-fifth-4. L. Graham, Union; Thos.
Twenty-seventh--C. C. MiCandless, Union.
Twenty-eighth—Thomas Doge, Union.
Twenty-ninth--Morrow B. Lowry, Union,
(re-elected.) - ••
Union Smiators, 20; Democratic, 13; Union
majority, 7; gain, 6. . •
* The copperhAd , judges of , rimming
county have thrown Che soldiers' vote out, in
order to defeat .Mr. Shrhier; but the , Union
Senate will give. the regally _elected Mettiber
his seat ' , , .
First—William Foster,, '
Second—William .11,Hriddiman, Union.
Third—Samnet Josephs, Democrat
Fourth—W.- W.- Watt, Union.'
Fifth—Joseph T. Thomas, Union.
Seventh—Thomas Cochran,'• Union.
Eighth—James N. Kerns, Union.
Ninth—George A., Quigley, Democrat;
Tenth—SamterB : , - ,,Pauneast; union, :
Eleventh—Franklin D. Sterner, firri.ictn. • '
Twelfth—Luke T.. 8001114 sr., uniqii. `':
Thirteenth--Charles Donnelly, Deinocrat.
Fourteenth—Fnixicis Hood, Union. •
Fifteenth—George De Haven, Union:
Sixteenth--William F. Smith,•Union.
Seventeenth—Edward 0, Lee; Union.
Eighteenth—James Miller, Union.
Delaware—LEdward Tyson, Union.
Cheater—Nathan Pennypaeker, Union; Wit
Liam B. Waddell; Union; Nathan 3. 4harpless
Montgomery—Dr. A. D. Markley;
L. Satterthwait, Democrat.
Bucks--Luther Calglu, Fran*
man, Democrat. . , .
Lehigh—Nelson Weiser, James F.'Rlina,
Northampton Q. Rice, Samuel Skinner,
Democrat. , ". • -
2,42 . 6
Carbon and MonrOe--PeterGitbert; Demo
Wayne' and Pil e-Wm. . Nelson, Demo
Luzerne —Harry Hakes, Anthony Grady;
Daniel Seybert, Democrat.
Susquehanna and Wyoming—George H.
Wells, Peter M. Osterhout, Union.
Bradford and Sullivan- 7 lnseph. Marsh, Lo
renzo Grinnell, Union.
Lycoming, Union and Snyder—Samuel H.
Orwig, Samuel Alleman, G. B.Manley, Union
Columbia and . Montour—Wijr:' 'rkson j . ft
Northumberland—Trataan•H. Purdy, Dem
ocrat. 0 • • ,
Tioga and Potter—A. G. lmstead, jolku,
W. Guernsey, Union:
Clinton, eto.A.„o.•Noyes; Dem. ,
Centre—Cyrus I'. Alexander, Dem.
1 Huntingdon, Mifflin and '3uniata—SolM A.
;Swope, John Balsbachi riiion.
Schuylkilljdiehael•Weaver, Soshira Boyer
John Dormer, Dem: - ` • ,
Berks—John Missimer, Frederick, Harmer,
Henry B. Rhoadli,'D,ena. ' •
Lancaster—Elias •Billingtelt, R. W. Shenk,
Day Wood, Charles Demmos, Union. :
Lebanon—lsaaa Hollar, Union. . , ,
Dauphin'—H. C. Apeman , Daniel Raisr,
Union. • ,
• York—Sohn F. , Spangler, James Caeron,
Cumberland—Alui D. Bowman, Dem. •
Perry and Franklin—A. B. ld'Clure, Union;
T. I.Ol'D Sharp, Dem. , -;
Adams—James Marshall, Dem.
Somerset„ Bedford and Fulton Moses A.
Boat, Davf9T Armatrong, Union.
Blair Joseph G. Adbmi i ,l".ls4on;„ .4:17;
Clearfield, - ete.-=T. Jefferson Boyer, Dom.)
Clarion and Jefferson,—W. W.Barr; Dem.
Indiana dnd We4morelarid-- : George E.
Smith,,Jaiks, - .11. - M'Airee, Jas. ll'Efroy,
Fayette—Thomai B. Segight,. rknic!.
' Greene— Pose,, Dem • •
and Beairei—M. S,Limay,
peed, &ones R..KelliY, , .•
Alleghenyohn P.•Glass,,,Eobert A. Col-'
via;Alfttd Slack, Samuel Chadwick, ,Geo Age.,
X;111C46, Hans B. Baryon, Xpion. • .•
Mercer,., and Butler—Charles'
Koonce, Siyuriel M'Kixtley,,John H. Negley,.
Venting° And Warren—Wm. H. .Burgwin - ,
and W. 13. Brown, Union. • ,
Crawford—John D. Sturdivant, _George H.
Erie--John R. Coahran, MotiesHill,' Union.
um‘PrruLarrorr. . .1:.:
National Union membera, 64; Deniocratp;
16; Union majority, 28.•
• The Copperhead judges in . Lycoining hay°
also east the soldi4ra 3 vote aside for the .pnv.
pose of electing :their re pre s entative a ‘ in tlfit
diatriot, liit'the Union: men will take Weft'
seats as legilly:elebted niembe7s: ;Is
..; _ . 84 4
; Last year the.compleslprairihs Legislatiire
ass as follows;: .:'
lur ' this Yea '''.
Union majority list year. :Vi ..-.. •
.... . r: 7
A gain of 28 members of the Legislature?
This is the correct reiridtof the eleetibir :
held on the .seeond Tuesday
arid yet the Copperheads - are ' induittriousif
engaged iikcirenlating the report that their
pitrty had gaixtedihe.eleetiorr.. •-•-• ' .•
ntaiii'litiL-Th - 4-Cigie Cod ; (mss) Adver-•
tier. says thebitylte,e:t i hatiilone quite *lief,
oiletshil business uririg the.seaspn, and:. the
stoke Beet hits dr 43011: Brit the former ‘
lauded their 216 44;i4Aforeib'4'Pqrt.q, instead
`of 'bringing tbebt
. bcitne - „whea ,pri ediwere ,
ilicid, and tbe:afirutt of ,10na - p .twetttyant
tborieenf'bolli b1iN1}9,A 038 .4.** 2 47.341 1 (
eguseka,Vid'in;AhrtiMitOti ti 'w4rk iirkwitbei
z a p bi-; geld , 84 1 1 thcitftiettleir state of the
, :markj3A,haerre§tbedlthigirteisib lovithitt tli,
?Okla APAlN.A44ossibtat EgeOlatsiO!feirt6Teit
Pete the fliuirmem , ni, =, . • .v..rma
r 1 , • J 4.-,--- Pi: Ai I, .::) - - _I.:: , • - :ci al!: A
innther Raid From Canada.
OoDENsnuac, November 3-5 p.
A large number of armed men are on the
islands above and below this place. Many
strangers have been in town all day, and a
raid on the town is feared. Business has
been suspended, and everybody arming.
Hikang has been rsent to reconnoitre. - `:.Thies;
lien haVe 'arOsted for &rine : the:
3tenpndartila have been sent lor.V
15Oriansstrao, 8 P. M.—A propeller arrived
today, and reported that an organized rebel
4orcePWlts - occupyitit`Walls and . Mafel 'Leaf-
Islands, eighteen miles above this place. She
also reported a number of armed nem on the
islands below.. A large . number. _of strangers
"!rave been in town all day, most of whom dis
aflpeared'at dusk in the direction of the is
lands. Five men were arrested who refus,ell,
to - give alit- itarrt.
were all armed :with -revolvers. A tug-boat
passed down this afternoon, hugging the
Ame,rioan shora,mith , about forty'^.meit On
board. , A force lies beertSent out, to: reCon
rtoitreAt direc i tion 'isethe
TpLesitil6.34o .a.re:forthing.corepanies, which
are'stationed at the railroad depots, &c.
Flour. , gritin, etc., are being sent away; and
prePaßttitkias are going on for an. attack.
s George,:Fritneis Train in the Oil
• (AG 'Cm Pa. Nor. 3
. _ .
Mr. Train, in his speech at this place to
night, said•"you , cook} as well make an oil
barrel out of a bung' as' Make a Union of the
Chicago Platforni;" that ?the defunct oil.wells
along the creek looked like the ghosts of Dem
ocratic politicians, while the files of steam
engines ready for action represented the spirit
of the Union, Pennsylvania will vote 50,000
against free trade, State rights, separation
and vampires. There are two candidates, the
American and-the'English. All here in favor
of the American will say yea; those for the
English. candidate will say nay." The yeas
were unanimous. -
A Pirtaq at the .Dejaiarare Break
Psalutzgualna, Nov. 4.
Twojpflots who a_rriveWittrthie_pert ..yester
day afternoon, from New;9astro, report .that
the news was brought thimithat a pirefe•TOEl
sel, Atprfbsed to be the Titiill4th*ee, mune, into
the Delaware Breakwater liiittiirday roorinthg
an 4 destroyed several veliseant anchorthere,
among them the pilot'pi'at Conner and a
buoying:schooner. It was also said-that the
pirate landed and robbed; the citizens of Lew
istown of Onch property:. The four o'elock
train from Cape May brought no confirmation
of the affair. There is no telegraphic com
munication:With Ldwistown or with Cape May
Tan following, from the Nashville Daily
Press,,gives an account of an affair in which
Capt.Ammons, a Harrisburger, figured con
spicuously : • '1
GMORRELLAS AGAIN AT WORN ON THE NORTH
WESTERN RA.tr4AGATo . .--On. Friday morning last,
the passenger train No. 5, section No. 1, left
this.city on time, in charge of the conductor,
Charles W. White. Onsection thirty-six, the
conductor discovered some one at work on•
the 'track, and, upon,stdpping the train, found
them ,to ,•be guerrillas. They immediately,
however, left the place, when the guard tru:n
ed out under Capt. Simmons, the military
conductor, who, pursued them about
theomeantime the track was repaired, and
!the 'train went on, when the guerrillas again
returned, and destroyed a large quantity of
wood and over a hundred yards of the track.
On thereturn a the train, the track was found
to be destroyed on section thirty-eight, which
occasioned another delay, and while repaing
were going on,. a scout was, sent on towards
White's Bluff with a dispatch. In a short
time they returned, with information that the
'track and morelwocid had been destroyed on
!sections thirtysevan and thirty-six, and the;
!fire raging to such: anextent as to prevent the
re-layxng of the track. The conductor then
orderailthe train. hack to Sineedsville, on sec-
Itionforty-two, and after waiting twenty-four
ihours, the constrnbtion train arrived, and
!reported the road all right,
Mr Cheney;: dlister of Transportation, had
charge of.thecepair gang, and worked through
'with great expedition.
•, How THE LAT E FRAUD was DISCOVERED.—
The late New York election fraud was de
tected by accident. The Baltimore American
'ells how in the following paragraph: "A
delay,- ocourr*gjta the receipt of these prox
ies of votes in some of these counties of New
York, an agent' of the Union Central Com-
Ehittee- of. Clinton ;Amity watfdispatohed to
is city to look zsafter the matter, and dis
'bete tickets among the soldiers in camp
and hospital. The i .gentleman Whbm we will
ball Jonesior the tipie, found that something,
was: wrong in the voting, and that-
btlier things, the oath necessary to the power
bf attorney' was not being adminiStered. He ,
flioceeded to the Office of Governer Seymour's
Commissioner, M. J. Ferry, No. 85 West Fay
ette street, asserting his views, and represent
ing himself as a New Yorker, told him that
he lhonght ;th e. Democrats were not doing
anoughart; thel(ivay of securing votes. Mr.
Ferry repliedjhet,they were doing a great
deal more the.% lae (tines) was: aware of, and
desired to know At. he tad a,commission from
froverndr:S"eyinami.„ Zones replied that, he
had not, ;hut that he had been appointed as
;agent on - .the; part of the county. He was
then informed that, if he had a list of the sat _
diera 464 his county it was unnecessary jrP
bin to ~ proceed any further on his miss;
_ en ,
as the ! - Vote could all be made out in this
city. jones responded that this would 'be ac
companied ' with' ;considerable troub: lo , an d
was met with the replf;that the ar,ency had
a: "nigoer who signed all the per w ere of a t.
t 1 " qint"o4igent contraband. 'laboring earn
'4,ily o r the cause of McOlellar a and SeyMour,
ll l ,allaxidigbiam and Ben Wood , was seen sea t e d
rat a desk, busily, engaged S'.gningvotes in the
interest, of the peace - at,-any -terms party.—
Blx. ,T4es' attention we' called from the 'nig.'
get, i 6 ii,:aarge • blank. ;br*, with the remark
Aliat ~ t hat record boe'Ate contains 2,06 names;
omen. who'have keen in. the; hospital once;
where they lire f'"..ow; or whether dead or alive,
I do not , know. Ibitt they are all good for a Dem
ocratic vote. .0 Mr. Jones was, about, to'-deit
vart from tie offiCile was urgentlyrequeSted.
to 'help b
. the work by the Commissioner, and
being follY impressed with the rottenness and
fraud 'of, the entire arrangemeilt o he consented.
, Majr,r General Wallace. - Was apprised of the
.fak,is of the' castei:(4o. With his usual prompt
ness_at once set towrktgririg matters to a
conclusion. Mi; Vbrigig! . . assigned by the
agent of Goieinliii Seyiribirr,to the work of 811 7
jug up blank: - ioteS,rgml was excused from
74poterieg up' his own county on the plea that,
.hi r y T titiagmi g ht be known; by sa me of the' ,
supervisors of the election returns, when they
Tax,etatistilial returns now being received
by, the ilie Agalealturpl, Department from all
,Sc4tiodefir-thiPcOniitiy show that . the crops
All turn out much better than lies - been
4,1 pitted. There 'will be a fall' average' 6i3i)
of all i li and of potatoes
the yield is -i tfitrahrMhirilYliare• -1114 %
pa t cgittlf)l B 9all2l l llusslitteri:More 1„
gror.,extento coriqiinofv - foLgy: . ,
. • donipky,thedt4iyezt - :
'FOCAL BOUNTY will be pia fii 4 e, few
recruits for one year, if applicatronle elide imme
diately to the undersign ed. no4d.l.o. MAGUIRE di-CM4T T
ON TUESDAY last, an orange and. white
colored POINTER DOO, very thin. The tinder will
be liberally'reiarded by returning hint to
Third street, above North.
OWEN AVGAIIE. -HOUSE,
Corner of Walnnt and Canal streets.
CAPTAIN M. FOLLY,-Proprietor,
RESPECTFI3III4Y infqrms.the public that
he has taken the above hobse ' and will be pleased
to see his old friends.. His bar is stocked with the best
:liquors, and fits tableSupplidd. with ill the delicacies
of the season. Give him a call. [no493t
NOTICE is hereby given that letters testa
mentary to the estate of Jacob Earley, late of East
Hanover township, Dauphin county, Pa., deceased, have
been gratited to the undersigned. AU persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims or demands against the same
will present than, duly aUthenticated, for settlement. .
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Also, a case of
NEW STYLE AMERICAN PRINTS,
(Handsomest and beatgoods made)
BELOW THE MARKET IN PRICE, FOR CASH.
• Also ; a general told hAnd2orne stock of;
WINTEK COATS, CLOAK. SHAWLS,
And new goods ge - oerally, CHEAP FOR CASH, at
JO.NpS , SPORE.
ilarristAtrg, NoveiTiber 4,18&[ —St
IaTILL BE. BOLD at the late store room of
yy, Houser & Lockman, on MONDAY, November 7,
at 1 o'clock P. X , the remaining ate& of Hardware, con-
Mating, in part, of mill and circular saws, locks, hinges
and screws, millwright and framing chisels, plane bats of
various lands, bevels and sgaares,-patent sad irons, blind
fixtures, — Iron pots and pans, glass 10114 and 24136,
spikes, fireproof paint, carriage bands and saddlery, oil
cans stove aad :stove pipe., one clock, b;es:rtas a - Variety of
hardware. Bee positive. - JACOB HOUBBR.,
C 8 P. T, 1J it E .13 'STOCK.
PRE ITADEHSIGHED will sell at public
Turs.p4)-, AToverramr 15, 1864,
• , At Harrisburg, Pa.,
SIX 'HENDEE D (600) HELD OF CAP-
TintED CATTLE,, more or less,
oonsisting hulls, yearlings, and calves.'.
Sale to commence aF, 9 o'clock on said day, and con
tinue from day-to day until all are sold.
Jar Terms cash in United States Currency.
By order of H. A. Risley, Supervising Specials Agent
Treasury Department. E. 0. PAREHMT,-
not Assistant Special . Agent
WANTED,A Girl to do General House
work. good wages will be pat& Apply at 108
Market street. !.. no 4 4t*
3E :XECUTOWS NOTICE
IVOTICEvis heieby gi*en that letters testa-
Bunten r to . the estate of Sarah A. McConnell, late
of Halifax, 1J auphia county, Pa , deceasek have been
granted to thil; undersigned. AU persons indehted to the
said estate are requested, to make immediate payment,
and thosehli ring .61a1m3 or demands against the Same
will present . them, duly authenticated, for settlement,
sltd.l,tw6V .§AMUEL JAHDIS. Executor.
'VEN ' NOVELS, for
IVA:real, literary excelienee and adaptation to the
wants i of 'the times, are forehead of' , their numerous com
patiNins: As a consequence, their circulation, surpasses
glutei* . of the kind:ever',presented to the public. The
pablishise fS hive jealously excluded everything qiat Cou'd
offend. mostAunolouloWmoritliet. This, combined
with the irtiterary merit,• makes them welcome' to overt
family. follewingls a list of their names: • • ,
DOI 'The Rl:lnters; 2 Tbe Trapper'ti Retreat;.. 3 The
Patine& Highwayman; 4 The Ranted Unionist; 5 The
Trask t. Fire; The Man-Detets; 7 Charlotte Temple;
8 Jeath-Faec L. 9 The hadjan-Slayer; 10 The Turtle
Catch° r;11_ The • Etinter'S Triumph; 12 The Ocean Re.
'rem ; 7 18 - The - 7b _Outwitted . ;" 14 Zeke Sternum, the
Llon4nearted ScottY; 15 The Scourge of the Seas; 118 The
CoPthcelJaideri; Lons4egged Joe; or the 'Demon of
the NI Tooda; 18 The Wild ,tcoux of..the lioutiteitup' 19
The Porest Lodge; "20 the,Dollicking Rangers; 21 Rat
tlesnake Dick; or hite Plower of the Wigwam; 22 'Rickety
Tom, the Rover; Sa The Imps of the Prairie; 24 The
Robber's Terror; 25 Joe, the "Sarpint."
For sale y ball News .Bgents, arksent,.peshpald, on
reckfof price, P ) cents each. -t rr
EURe.E l lattit CO., - •
Eck= 187 William street,iNew York .
1 - 4e!)ation Valley BrigAch
PIRLADELTIAA &READNG.I R
44r) - • -
1. ~ •AL
Winter \ arratteinent 'of Passsenger ,Traius
from Itarriebi irg, NOVEMBER 7, 1861.
tTHRF.':E DAIL Y TRAINS Fali lirEW YORK..
No 1 EXPRESS at. 3::00 am, Arr. at N. York at 10:00 aar
No 8 FAST, at J: 15 Am, • 2:45 P
No T idAIL , 1:45 Pny " " 9:20 r m
Tae above con em I closelywith similar iihins on the
P'emmsylvamis Saftrimd from Pittsburg and the West.
FOR I MEGIDELPifii, AND EOTTSVILLE.
The 3:00 Aar .13press connects at Reading with tile
Reading,Acconi an:dation: Train, arriving at Philadelphia
at 9:25 A. 44. N oqraund7 connect wt Reading for. Potts
ville, Tamaqua, Allentown, Philadelphia, tic., arriving at
the latter point, at 1:10.and.7:05 r la, and at Pottsville at
12:35 fOO4 %a& 7:4511.41j . • '
' , WAY TILLLiR FOR 'LOCAL pcsvEL.
Nuinber 5 Mall at t. 25 s x, stopping at all points, and
Making same. connections at Reading as number 8.
Number 9,, Ilimisbulg Accommodation, at 4:40 r m,
Mopping at WI :points,. arriving at Reading at 7:10 P x.
EFLOLNING TEAMS LAMM AS FOLLOWS
. New Yikile•-••Number - 2 - FAST at 9:00 AX; number 4
Expgaggs. avv : 00 742,, and number 6 MAIL at 12:00
'Pulled hla-4: 00 Ait and 3:30 PN. .
• Pottsville..4A° A and 2:25 P ' •
Boadin I—.Number4IEICPREBS, 12.00 midnight ; 'num
b'er 10 4.OIIOIIMODATION - 7:85"A at; number 8 MAIL
10:45 AOll , ittithbeil FAST 1:38 rx; number 1:1
• Passenger:a foi'Espinton. Valley Railroad Way Stations
will take tra ins Mtn* 6, and 10, as the other trains
stop only - at Lebanon'nd principal stations, ' -
Baggage el •teek r ett through. • 'For tickets 'Or other, in
formation ap ply to - J. J. ciNckg; . *
I no 4. ReneralAgent, Harrisburg.
! • *- Lon", ' • •
, ~ between the_ tell.gate
ti efePi •11.onntain „
Meta nors; a .POCKET-BOOK containing about
$24 113 fogey besideirrailroad passim and other paper], of
valueto theoe suer:.: reward will be paid for it
if 'left at : [no3-2t) . Tins OFFICE.
Fresh ft *oni the Bands of the
LAI 'MEW 1..13RW0F EVERY DESCRIPTION.
MIF SEE. , do do do
CIL ELDREN- !do- do • -do:,
NO Inf, a tic T P - U.IWILASP. OF 'MESE
, GOODS. , .
C°*4o.l.ifitOl4..,tojJaßD ea& Ar• ram VERY LoingST ,
r) I I . • - . ,•• ~,,•••aeIAtt...PRWEIVr..4 t , ~. i
V 14410 4 0 e , AVlgi t
,-tp - the in
.'; - - • 441.2 w
• - 1 • • glu t
V st POO ig -. , ,
IMMENSE REDUCTION IN THE FRIC€S
DRY GOO - DS:
No Goods Purchased before the Pre
sent Heavy Decline.
Goods of all Kinds Forty per
cent. lower than Cost Pri
ces Three Weeks ago.
FULL ASSORTMENT NOW OPENING,
The Large Autliou Sales Of the Importer
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA
CATHCART a; BROTHER,
No. 14 Market Square, next door to the Harrisburg Bank
AGIRL to do general housework in a small
family. Must bring good recommendations. A
country girt preferred. Inquire at this OFFICE.
CALIFORNIA BRANDY ; AND WINES FOE
[ATE DESIRE to call especial attention to
NV the PORT MINE as being superior to any of the
kind in market for invalids. KELLER'S Drug and Fancy
Goods Store, No. 91 Market street, trigs
MRS. X. MILLER
TS prepared to do all widths of French Fint
i. ing and Goffering, at NO, 54 Market street, opposite
Herr's Hotel. no 3
Valuable Property at Private
HE Valuable Property, corner of Front
and Wanautstreets, late the estate- or Henry Stew
art, deceased, is offered at private sale. For further par
ticulars inquire of William T. Steea, on the premises.
E. C. GOSIN,
ATTORIsr•EY AT LAW
OFFICE THIRD STREET, AHuVW MARE.ET
mar Bountitv, Pensions and Ifactr. Pay r oleeted at legal
1864. 164 .
Philadelphia. and Erie Rail-
T ' great line traverses the Northern and
Northwest, counties of Pennnylvanta to the city ei
Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the PtissnyLveald RAILROAD Cak•
P./Prf, and is operated by them.
Its entire length was opened for passenger and freight
business October 17th, 1884.
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT ELARRISBURO.
Elmira Etspress Train
Elmira Express Train r • 30 A. M.
Williamsport Accommodation L 45 P. K.
Passenger cars run, through On nail- trlir, without
change both ways between Philtuielpfia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping cars dit,,Elmira Express tralua both
ways between W Vlliamsport and Baltimore.
' For information respecting Passenger bualseen apply at
the corner 30th and Market street; Phi!adelphia.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
S. B. Kingston, Jr. , corner l3th and Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
.7. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R., Baltimore
H. H. HOUSTON,
General Pre4hl Agerd, pupa,
IL W. GWINNER,
General Ticket Atterat PUN".
JOS. D. POTTS,
Citmerat Manager., Williamsport
HAVE YOU BEARD THE NEWS: ,
AIIGUSTIIS LOOHMAN has:. removed his
Dry - Goods store to N 0.12 Market Square, next door
to Henry Felix's, HatrisbOrg, Pa. noldlta
AA T PRIVATE SA L E.—That valuable
perty of Mrs. Mary. A. G. Seiler, imown as the
" Musgrave cf. Griffith Farm," in Fast' l'ennsborough
township, Cumberland county, on the public road be
tween Bridgeport and Fairview, containing seventy-six
acres and twenty-seven perches, lately .offered at public
sale, not having been sold, is now offered at private sale.
for a limited time. An accurate draft of the premises
can be seen, and full information obtained, by calling at
the office of or addressing '
ROBERT SNODGRASS, Attorneyat-Law.
North 3d street aboin Markei,lfsrrisburg, Fe.
aENTLEMEN would do well to e3ll at the
ILA subscriber's-place of business and be meaured for
perfect. fitting SHIRTS. We also keep ou hand a large
assortment of ready-made shirts, very cheap. Walnut
street, opposite the Exchange. KK. RUINER_
ICE OF EVANS &WATSON'S SALAMAN
DER SAFES—outside measure 36 inches high, 35
inches wide, and 25 inches deep.
`Ahm,one of Howe's PLATFORM SCALES, on wheels
—new—to weigh COO pounds. Inquire at THIS OFFICE'.
Neutral Sulphite of Lime,
FOR PRESERVING CIDER.
WE ARE - selling the, very best article of
the kind, prepared according to directions of E.
M. ttorsford, Professor of Chemistry, Howard Univer
sity. It is perfectly reliable did free from impurities
Directions accompany each package.
Egfr ER'S Drug and Fancy Goole Store; No. 91 Mar
ket street, Harrisburg. 0c26
Pittsburg, 'Ft. Wayne & Chicago Railway Co
OFFICE OF TEE CHIEF Exansaaa,
Tinsman, Pa., October 211,,1t64.
NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS FOR TWO
stretches of an Iron Bridge over the Allegheny
river, at Pittsburg, Pa.
Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 4
o'clock, P. 31., of the 15th day: of November neat, for an
Iron Bridge, or for two spans, each about 155 feet in
length, over a part of the Allegheny river at Pittsburg,
The plans and specifications for the same will .be ready
for examination at this office on and after the sth day of
November next. . JOHN B. JERVIS,
oc27d2w Chief !Fateineer-
AGREEABLY to the act incorporating the
West Harrisburg • Market House Company, public
notice is hereby given that an Election for mee irectors,
to conduct the affairs of the West Harrisburg Market
House Company, wHltie held at the office of the compa
ny, in the Market House building, on Thursday afternoon
;November 17, 1861. W. N. rIERBEKS,
no3-d2w Preal pro tem.
LUBIN'S HAIR DRESSING FLORILINE.
FOR BEAUTIFYING AND PRESERVING AND
STRENGTHENING THE HAIR,
TS PURELY A VEGETABLE Preparation,
distilled from . herbs and fragrant flowers from the
south of France, conceded to _be the most delicately PeT
fumed and desirable hair preparation ever offered to the
American public. It will restore lost hair. It will prevent
hair from falling out. It will restore gray and faded hairso
its original color. , Its continued use will materially thicken
the hair. Bald places will gradually cover Siemer.*
and in a short time the: hair will grow dark, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. Price-SI CO perbox. Sold bt
KUNKEL & BRO.,
A. RARE CHANCE TO IILAIEF. nozirsT.,
150 ACTIVE, ENEKGETIC BUSINESS
MEM wanted Immediately, to engage in the
sale of Dr, Mcßride's' KING OF pew. Very favorable
terms offered. The present sales of thismedicine are im
mense- and still increasing. This most remarkable rem
edy offers unparalleled Inducements to persons wishing
to...enpge in a pleasant business that wilt pay them
from $50.10:100 a week. -The RING OF Pia will Pea'
Oval' cage Headache or Toothache in three
For further particulars -apply either peon#l/
letter to.-- -- -
• or to • Dr.:. F. 11.10MEDYi
State agent, HartismnEa„
Bpn ll flny ' de l3 r U co TTER- anty reoei — e Frei ed , a h . tiiter.
Mr at (MA • BOM & KOMI&
.1.30 P. H.