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FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 1%4.
0W N" ND IC' 0I; Ar
RAIN commenced to fall about eleien o'alock
last evening, and continued, without intei:-
mission, through the night, and up to a late
bout this forenoon.
STAGE FOB JONESTOM—Notice is hereby
given that the stage for Jonestown starts froin
Buck's Hotel every 'Monday, Wednesday and
Friday morning, at seven'o'clock,
ELDEBSHIP.—East _Pennsylvania Eldership
of the Church of God is holding its annual
meeting in Newburg, Cumberland county.
The appointments have not yet been an
ATTENTION is invited to the advertisement
of a sale of hardware and other articles, to be
held at the old stand of Houser 41; Lochraan,
on Monday next. The sale will be positive,
and bargains may be had.
Tar. Silver Cornet Band of Chambersburg,
has been engaged to attend the Union meet
ing at Middletown, to-morrow evening. This
is one of the hest bands in the State, and will
furnish delightful music.
A vr.ar important order to refugees and de
serters from the rebel lines, and citizens of
States in rebellion, who are not in the mili
tary department, is published in ostr after
tising columns, by Major Dodge: . •
CAPTURED. —We learn that Harry- Haiti
beugh, of the Alleman[Fencibles, was captured
by the rebels, in the late engagement before
Petersburg. His friends earnestly hope that
he may be speedily released.
A STATED MEETING of the Hope Fire Com
pany will be held this (Friday) evening.: An
election will be held for an engineer of the
new steamer, and other important business
will be brought before the meeting Every
member is requested to be 'present. .
THE HOPE Srnimaa.—We announced, a feW
days ago, that the steam engine of the, Hope
Fire Company was expected to arrive early
this week. We learn, however, that there was
a misunderstanding between the company and
the manufacturers, in regard to dates, and
that the "masheen" will not arrive before the
last of this month.
THANUSGIVING. —Governor Curtin has Ap
pointed Thursday; 24th iust., as a day of
thanksgiving to Almighty God, for the numer
ous blessings bestowed upon us as a people,
during the past year. It is hoped that the
day will be properly observed by the citizens
of Pennsylvania, Let all business be suspend
ed, in order that all the people may assem
ble in their respective places of worship, and
WHIT DOES IT MEAN ? —The Erie Dispatch,
a neutral paper, says: A ballot has. been re
ceived in this county, purporting to be that
of a soldier, who, his father testifies, is only
nineteen years old; and the signature to the
affidavit, the subscription of the officer to the
affidavit, and the frank on the outer envelope,
are alt in the same handwr-iting, and, that is not
the handwriting of the soldier. The ballot is
for the McClellan .party.
STILL THEY Form —A vote on the Presiden
cy was taken last evening, on the accommoda
tion train between Baltimore and this city,.
resulting as follows: •
For Lincoln 163
" McClellan43 •
Majority for Lincoln ' 120
We received the figures from a passenger
who was on the train.
On the train from Baltimore to-day, Moses
S. Kinhart, Co. A, 7th' Maryland Regiment,
took a vote with the following result:
THE Republican Invincibles marched
through some of our streets, last evening,
before leaving for Hummelstown. They bad
their "lamps trimmed and burning," and,
with their beautiful caps end capes, presented
a flue appearance. They were headed by the
splendid drum corps from the cotton factory
The Invincibles returned • froth Huromels
town about eleven o'clock. Their parade in
that place created quite a sensation.. .
SAD ACCIDENT IN UPPER SWATARA. —A sad
accident occurred in Upper Swatara townshii,
on Sunday last, by which a boy was killed.
The Middletown Journal says that two both
ers named Miller, were examining a gun which
they'supposed not loaded, when one ot them
pointed the gun at another boy who happened
along, saying, "I will shoot you," drawing the
trigger at the same time. The hammer of the
gun came down but it did not explode the cap.
He then cocked the gun again, and pointed it
towards his brother, with the exclamation--
"This time I will shoot , you," Vien, sad to
relate, the gun was discharged by the older.
boy, the contents of which entered the abdo
men of his brother, who survived the injury
ouly about two hours. -
BIBLE SOCIETY DIATTERs.—There he .a
meeting in behalf of the Bible cause on- neat
Sabbath-afternoon, Nov.:6th, at 2 o'clOck, in
the White Church, (Union) two miles east of
trliddletown. Several addresses will be de
livered on the occasion. '
The annual sermon before the Middletown
Bible Society was delivered on Sunday even
ing last, by Rev. M. McKinney.
A Bible Society was organized on. last Sab
-6 bath afternoon, at Baisbach's School House,
in lower Swatara township. It is called the
"Union Bible Society of Lower Swatara."
On the evening of the same day, a society
was also organized at Higlispire. It was
called . the " Highspire Biblp Socjety.'? ,
Coon on Gss TAR FOR WALes.--,The Agriosi
turist describes a mode of making paths or,
walks out of gas tar and sand:' It says, the
face for the path is first graded and covered
With an inch or two of sand; it is then flowed
with the Mr, and then 'a, covering .of sand- or .
gravel is placed over thief` In a few months
the whole forms a hard mass as hard as stone.
The walk when first made is a little yielding;
but it may be need.. at once, taking care that
any inequalities be r,entedied before the work
any hardens. A walk made in this way is
very Arm, will not wash when:upon- it'sh;ope,
and,requires searcelyrrepair for
is said that a barrel of tar will make atOtit 613
feet liijerl i gtil Of walk, fog ..fse. t wide. to,
OLD 'DERRY ANVA K. E
sautpouTing of the People
A GRAND TORCH LIGHT PROCESSION.
Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather
on. Thdrade" evenin' g;the citizens of old Deny
and surrounding townships turned out On
masse. The whole town was enlivened with
the sturdy farmers from the surrounding
couritry 4 Ikboffhad ,comet. ; in and on
horse many df them a dista ante off'Bev
TORCH LIGHT PROCESSION
O wing to an hour's delay on the railroad, the
Harrisburg Invineibles' did not reach the rail
road station till after eight o'clock, where they
found the citizens in waiting. A procession
was at'once forttied under the. command of
Captain Roberts, and moved through the
town. A long train of wagons followed, the
men on foot and the horsemen closing up the
rear. A large . Band wagon, drawn by twelve
splendid grays, headed the procession, which
was enlivened by excellent music from the
A fai*epresentation of the famous "Gunboat
Galena," in which General McClellan feasted
on wine with certain British officers while the
battle of Malvern Hill was fought, had been
placed on wheels, and drawn by two grays,
marked on the sides "Galena," drew consid,
Nearly every house in the town, small or
large, bore unmistakable evidence that they
sympathized' with'thennion by the."llhithina-
Win of the Windows and beautiful colored
transparencies around the front of their houses.
Some of the large brick horEses were illumina
ted from the lower story to the garret windowS,
and made a beautiful appf3arance. •
THE SPEAKERS' STAND
After a general parade through the town,
the procession was halteoil in the centre of the
town, where a handsorue'ly decorated stand had
been erected for the speakers. It was literally
covered with, spruce and flowers. The meet
ing was organized by the appointment of the
following officers, viz:
COL. GEORGE T. HUMIEL.
VICE PRESIDENTS, .
R. T. Hummel, .J. Mumma,
Jno. Z. Grove, H. Miller,
Joseph Hershey, Richard Fox.
J. Hummel, D. E. L. Roes
Dr. Thos. G. Fox.
The President, then opened the meeting by
introducing Mr. Pope, from Pittsburg, who
entertained the audience with a song.. - . -
Mr. P. is one of the best singers we have evor
heard, and his songs were received' with tro
Col. MAURICE, of Philadelphia, was intro
duced. as the first speaker, and he delivered
an effective and argumentative address, which
was well received and frequently applauded..
H. B. SWOPE, of Clearfield county, was in 7
troduced as the second speaker, and he enter
tained the vast assemblage with one of ihe
most telling speeches we lave listened to dri r
ring the campaign. Notwithstanding the
continuous rain the itndienee stood patiently
during, the whole evening.
"Hon: Genuszte. A. Gnow closed the debate
with a powerful speech, in which he - argued
the questions to be decided on Tuesday next
in an eloquent manner. His remarks were
received, with unbounded applause. The
meeting closed with another song from Mr:
Pope; when the vast audience, at a late hour;
adjourned to meet on Tuesday. next at the
A GOOD country minister lately prayed for
those of his congregation who were too proud
to kneel and too ; lazy to stand.
FouND--This morning, at the Pennsylva
nia R. R. depot, a pocket-book, containing
the discharge. papers of ,Hugh Friel, Co. E,
84th Pa. Vols. The owner can have it by ap
plying at this office.
CoL. A. J. HERE will address the people of
Pine Grove this evening, and to-morrow even
ing goes to Lebanon, to be present and speak
at a grand Union demonstration in that bo
rough. Our Lebanon friends may prepare to
hear one of the most effective and eloquent
men that have addressed them during the cam'
paigu that is about to close.
DESSERT A LA. MODE OF PAIOS.—MhO latest
"mode" in regard to dessert at fashionable ta,
bles of Paris, is to serve the fruit, still grow
ing, in pots Pears, cherries, peaches; grapes,,
plums, figs, nectarines,"&c., are placed on the,
table growing on dwarfed espaliers, the pots
standing on silver sockets or on trays.. Straw-i
berries thus growing are easily obta*ed. ,A:
pot containing a strawberry plant in full beitr-1
ing is placed before each guest. -
UNION MASS MEETING -IN MronnvrowN. —A
Union Mass Meeting will be held in Middle
town on to-morrow (Saturday) evening. A
number of able speakers will he present, and
extensive arrangements have been made to
render the meeting the largest ever held in
.Bands of music have been en
gaged for 'the occasioh. The Republican
Invincibles of HarriAburg will be there, with
"Music and banners," to take part in the pro
A special train of cars will leave the Penn
sylvania Rrailroad Depot, in this city, at six
o'clock, to convey all who desire to attend to
the meeting. Let there be a 'general turnout
of our Union citizens.,
A BOLD OUTRAGE IN . HUISIXELSTOW2V-A97. • at
tempt to Assassinate a returned Soldier. —As .an
escort of Union men in Hruninelatotrm last
evening, was proceeding to the depot to me:et
the Harrisburg Republican inidnaibles, CaPta in
Wirt, a returned soldier, who was in the ies
eon, was hit by a stone cutting him severely
in the , eye and producing a wound which ma y
yet prove fatal. Capt. Wirt happened to sets
the copperhead coward who thew the stone,
and immediately rushed upon and choked
the villain, but the blow received by Capt. IV.
was so severe that he could not hold the ras
cal, and he therefore made his escape. We
allude to this fact to show that the copper-heads
are in favor of a "fair. fight."
„gzcs AseassrsazioN.OF CAPZEUX Ta.^11.0 , 43
caaxeiz—lh. Recovery of gis Hedy. —About two
`weeks since, as Capt. E. M. Buchanan, attach
ed to the staff of Major General Sheridan as
:Commissary of Subsistence, was brutally
murdered near Martinsburg, Va., by, a, : party
of tnerriflas. Pantain, B. was proceeding with
inninimie trawl titn. Martinsbnrg,....for the
front; ,vbcinji , e Was induced to returnito Mar
tinsburg for. theTurpose of recovering a set•of
important papers he bad left behind. He was
acoomparded,by an: orderly, and, after both
had dismounted and entered the house, in
search`Of the lost papers, they were seized and
'dragged beyond the town, and there shock
lngly-mutilated and assassinated.;
mPtaltPuctfanan was a brave andgellank
young Oak, - ; -1% native ” of Centre county,
Where ho venerable father still resides._
written,, , ,weitattigs c c,.
be - eh - Mira it - dientitch foom : Harper's Fent.
to the effectlthattluabOdy of Captain Buchan
in had been reel4redrand - that proparaticins
tounty;dorantonment by Monday next.
THE VOICE OF A DISABLED SOLD/ER.- dis
abled soldier, wounded at the battle vi: Get
tyshurg, who was an inmate of the Mulberry
street hospital for nearly four months, in a
letter to one of his, friends in our city, says :
"Yon ask me who I intend voting for. I
answer Lincoln, because I believe him to be
the man, and. expect him to be our next Pres
ident I think that the present administra
tion (taking all things into consideration).has
accomplished a noble work, though they have
failed in some efforts, on account of the dis
loyalty of numbers, and the pecuniary ambi
tion of others,"yet they are fast accomplishing
the great end for which oar heroic armies
have been gathered, mustered, equipped and
led to fields of deadly strife by its noble
commanders—not McClellan on a gunboat in
the rear, but. Grant, Sheridan and others at
the front. If I ever detested a gathering, it
was that of the Chicago Copperhead conven
tion, (say Democrats? not) for the majority of
them are Copperheads, who cry peace, peace,
when there is ne peace. I would rather
shoulder my gun again, limp to the front, and
there lose the use of my other limb, than to
see this war brought to a close' without first
having exterminated its cause and prosecu
tors. A Chicago peace would be like the
healing of a soldier's wound, without first
extracting the bullet, acute pain with a con
IS FIatEMIIIP BUT A NAME ?—ABgoCiatioll
and the ties of consanguinity sometimes have
a ruinous control over the interests of indi
viduals. A case in point: Brother-in-law John
called in at brother-in-law James' store and
purchased a ladies' dress pattern, and a suit
of handsome cloth for self. Brother-in-law
James is asked. by one who noticed that the
price is high, why he charges brother-in-law
John so much. Oh, says fames, I always
charge relations more. Honesty blushes at
transactions of `t character, and the pu
rity of friendship becomes alarmed. The
safety of purchasers is largely protected in
making the acquaintance of stores where the
proprietor's ambition and pride is to sell at
lOwer prices than their honest competitors,
not, however, without making a living profit,
or through selling at wild prices to one and
less than cost to others. C. L. Bowman re
spectfully suggests his establishment to those
who are disposed to obtain dry goods at the
lowest cash market price. No. 1, cor. of Front
and Market streets.
LATEST Anniv.“...—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 prico 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 thin they, can be sold by any
other establishMentlin the city.
MRS. M. MAYER,
Boger's Old Stand, No. 13 Market street.
Pox cheapest and most select fashionable
ladies' bonnets, hats, cloaks and circulars are
to be fonnd at Mrs. M. Mayer's, No. 13 Mar
ket street; "between River alley and Front
street, (Bog;er s old stand.) octl7-tf
Da. M'BraDE's Ring of Pain should be kept
in every family. Will cure Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache in . .ltree minutes. Diarrhceo,
Bloody Flux„pain in ~he Back and Side,lnflam
mation of the Kidney's and Liver Complaint
and Palpitation of the Heart. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUYKEL & BRO.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
All orders from a distance promaptly attended
to. - sept2o-tf
Cloaks and Furs ! Cloaks and
We will open next week the cheapest and
largest assortment of Cloaks and Furs in Har
risburg, all bought at greatly reduced prices.
Beautiful muffs at 4 50 and 5 dollars. SplenL
did cloaks as low as 9 and 10 dollars. Black
cloth for cloaks as low as $2 50. White all
wool flannels as low as 65 to 70 cents, worth
90 cents. 4 by 4 bleached muslin 55 cents,
worth 75 cents. French merinos, black al
paccas, black bombazines, all at reduced
500 doz of woolen and cotton stockings ?
children's wools stockings as low as 15 centkr,
Cassimere for boy'swear. The greatest barging
in black silks. We have now in store a verb
large stock of goods, and will sell at lessen
wholesale prices, in order to reduce our stock.
Bargains in Irish linen bought at auction:
Call and judge for yourself. S. LEWY.
FEVER AND AGUM can' be cured. Do not
think because you have tried everything yO4
could read or hear of, that you cannot get
anything to cure you, for you have not taken
the pure vegetable that is curing every one
that takes it.. It (lees not stop your shaking
for a week or two, bat it is a perfect cure. A
trial of this will convince you and your neigh
bors. It can be had only at No. 27, South
Pine street, by Mrs. L. Ball octl7-tf
MAXATMPWAL I :777Ladies aunt .Gentlemen,
you wish ,to marry, address the undersigned,'
The Wilt send'. you, without ;money
: and Without pbiee,.
•_veluable information that will enable you to : marry happy
irrespective .`af : age ;wealth :"or beauty.
; .,This information will cost lYetanotiing, audit' you wish
10 Marry, I will cheerfully yew All - letters strictly
,The desired sent ' by return
3rlSll, and no questions asked, "'Address
- ' SARAH BAAMBERT,
octBdiliw2m , Gieenpoint, Kingfs county, N. Y.
Jar EPILEPTIC F/T8 oArr BE Curan I I --Dr. Lockrowj
hiving become eminently successful in curing this ter
'rible malady, invites all similarlyafflicted to call or 'send'
for circulars of references and testimonials of numerous
cases cured of from one to twenty-four years' standing.
He deiotes his attention especially to diseases of the Cep..
ebro•Spinal Axis, or Nervous System, and solicits an in
vestigation of his , claim to public conildence.
He may be consulted at his private residence, No. 141
West 42d street, daily, from 10 A. nt. until 4 P. At„ except
Saturday and Sunday. Address all letters to
DR. Y. B. LOOKROW, New York.
Care of I'. 0. Box 5118.
,fir A REITSIOLOGIOAL VIEW OF EiLB.RIAGE I—Containing
nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and engravings of
the Anatomy of the Human Organs in a state of health
and disease, with a treatise on early errors, its deplorable
consequences upon the mind and body, with the author's
plan of treatment—the only rational and successful mode
of cure, as shown by the report of cases treated A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating
marriage, who entertain doubts of their physical condi
tion. Sent free of postage to any address, on receipt of
%tents in stamps or postal currency, by addressing Dr.
LA CHOI; NC. 31 Maiden Lane, 'Albany, N. Y. ,
• The author may be consulted upon any of the diseases
ixpon Which his hook treats, either personally or by, mail,
and medloineaterd to any part Of: the world. -
ovadaiWana , .
PURE VEGETABLE TONIC.
.11113 moat 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
strengthe thO nervous system and stomach. This _they
:Can get at 60 cents per bottle, at Mrs. L. Ball's, No. 27,
',South Pine , street, Harrisburg. Orders from a distance
`promptly at tended to. aug7
CO 1%G.A.,1[E , S HONEY SOAP
This celetra ter Tivilet Soap, in each .nniversal de.
mud, la made from:the chojeeat materials; is mild
and emollila al in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely l'remefloiar in its action upon the skin.
For saletY-all D Tuggle' add Fancy Goods Dealers.
Jun-dimly , . .
will receive a valuable prescrlp
ition for the cure" of Consumptioh, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Stud all' throat ard. Lung affections (five of charge,):by
isendiiig their addrais to ' '
ReY., DWAII.D A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings
Aconrityilist* L feepl9-dkvitin
• or 'tfuj i ,,ciire: tlf)/716ariteneits, , Throat Dis -
eases, sto., exe_speciAly recommended to
sing pevons whose vocation
calls them timpeatinpublic. Manufactured
only by O. A,rißainiyart & Co., Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be adiyessed.
Sold by ilruggiskilery where.- ••
Read, he follOpi,rig testimonials hroLa some
of our smixamt:ehmairten:
HAI/17048M% Feb. 802, Ib6l.
U. A. Bannvesl , -=-Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hosieenes, and'
throat troubles, and iu compari.son with thou
all, can cheerfully conimemiyour own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in eases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving in
tim e a need ,lost effectually .. , •
Y<Amg truiy,. T. IL
l'aFttor of ld. 13. Presbyterian Church.:
2 ,na - .1. agree with
_htr• illohipBol l Ets..o the
vr.l - uo of I.3e.nnvart's Troches
W. O. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of U. S. Presbyterian Church..
11kanissuna, Jan., 1864.
To O.A. 13.u4Nvagr—Dear Sir; In the habit
of speaking vary. fregtielltlY, 2 4 14 tl:P i a ces
where the vocal organs are very mile • taxed,
I have found the need of %Jule gentle expecte
rant, and that wait hap been. supplied in your
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing th
effecdvoness .of the delivery of puldie ai -
JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
Pastor oftoeLoottst fit. itifiltodist Church.
To 0. A. B..uniVAST- -Dear Sir: Having Wet,
your 'Troches, I am free to• say they are
the best .1. have ever tried and take great
pleasure intecommertftg them to all persons
afflicted w ill sore throat of hueitinoss of
voice arising from public speaking or singing.
Yours, Jrc. a - G. RAKESTRAW,
Pastor of Iti:ige Avenue Methodist 0 4 71 ,44.1
DisTstdr.ATTODNEirs Om" , 1. I
Ilmuusauta; rcb. - 1864.;
To 0. A. Bans - ma—Dear Sir: I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the float" They impart elearnets
to the voice, and aro certainly of great bene
fit to all public speakers. A. J. HEEB
A I),TOU RINTEP SA.Lt4
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On Friday November 11, 1864,
WILL be, sold at public sale, in pursuance
of an order of the Orphans' Court of Dauphin
county, the following valuable real.estate, sate' the estate
of Daniel Hain, deceased:
No. I—A FARM altnated in Middle Pastan township,
Dauphin county, elioilt. three' Adler train the borough of
Dauphin, and two miles from-Clark's Ferry, adjoining
lands of Xagdalenaliain on the east, Susquehanna rivbr
on the south, H. M'Kee on the west,. and geters'_Mouh
tain on the north, •
°ordaining 347 Acres and 162' Percher., ,
Strict measure, of which about fifty acres is . Well covered
with Timber.; the balance is under good fence- and in ;a
fine state of cultivation, having :been well llniad,inrid
naanured ' One hundred acres is Bottom land, %itch
for trucking and raising all kinds of grain and gfasa,
is not surpassed by'any land on the banks of the Sus
quehanna river; having thereon erected a
A DOUBLE LOG libusA - •
With a uever-falling well ancipuinp in the kitchen, TWO
BARNS, Wagon Shed, Corn Cribs, Grain House, and other
necessary out-bpildinge. Also, a geed •
Of clmice.frult. There are seven, never-failing sraings,
which give running ;Water in nearly every held •on
the farm. For grain *id stock farm, it is not surpayseil
by any in the county. The Pennsylvania Canal, Norther h.
Central Railroad, Harrisburg and Lewistown Tiimplk,e
plies through this farm: .
.No. 2-4 TRACT OF: MOUNTAIN LAND, adjoining the
Coptsz; - 21:ng Eighty-three, Acres,- 1
About four of which IS'. cleared, with a HOUSE and &A
BLE thereon:. Also a number of Choice Fruit Treesy With.
a good spring of water at the - deor. .
sa?- The above' property will be sold in piece; iE dd
sired. The Mansion trriet will also he divided and%Old in
two . plece, if desirable.
Ap4r- Sale to commence on the premises at 10 o'clock
A when rittenclapfe will be given and conditiow made
. . •
HELDQUARTERS, BARRISBURO, Novomber I, Igith I
SPECIAL ORDERS A, • • •
N o. 85. ff , .
The following orders-from Headquarters, Department of
the Susquehanna, are l pulxiished, for the informatiort amt
guidance of all concerned:
I. That the interest of the Government and the:we].
fore of this DepartMent may be maintained, it, is ordered
that all refugees and deserters from the rebel lines, and
citizens of States to rebellion, who. are now within this
Department, or who may enter it before the: eighth (4th)
day of November inst., shall report to the nearest'
trict or Town Provost Marshal, that they may be regis.
tared, their residences and description.
IL All law-abiding citizens arc earnestly requeste44.6
'act in junetion with • the proper authorities, and' to ,`girt
them, if necessary, in the enforcement of thwinstenc ,
lions herein set-forth.
The Post Provest Marshal, Captain Theune, is charged;
with the execution of the Mil:ice order as far as relates-td,
this post. .
[Signed] Maj, R. . 1. DODGE, 12th U. S. Infautry. .
ne2l.noS'• • • • •Commandfag Post
FOR SALE 4
ALARGE SIZED BOYNTON FURNACE,
asgood as new, withnll the fixtures, for half pre
sent cost. -6 - 6 DAVID AarAMA.
20 Perno o lfur T ehase o r t . hy. Ha : Y itAvin il l i al% ° l 3 o, e
HOUSES FOR RENT.
S EVERAL HOUSES to rent in the Fourth and Sixth Wards.. Inquire of
no2-at JOHN M. SHECK, Florist.
AG - ENCY FOR THE SALE ' . OF' U. S.
' BONDSAND TREASDRYNOTES.—Deposits
ed in small sums to be applied to investinent in these
$5O, $lOO or $OOO securities.
We act as agentnin this city, in correspondence with Gov
ernment agents, for procuring these securities; especially
by receiving deposits of stiaall• sums, to 'be so ~ applied.
-Interest of 4or per cent .:wOl be :allowed .nro deposits
exneeding $2O. Funds above the amount of all such
deposits will be kept in the Harrisburg Bank, and a de
posit can be withdrawn at any time by the owner. The
business will be solely of this nature, and conducted on a
plain, lair,openntat explainable to all, as set out, with the
necessary information as these to seourities,in ouncirculays
These U. S. Bonds.and Treasury Notes are the safest and
most convenient for investment, bring the highest rate of
interest, and can be sold at any tiMe for the amount on
their face, together with the accumulated interest, or at a
preminni, Very moderate commissions VW Nnat a 9.4.
H. MIEIHNEF 4., .i 4
'Office Raspberry' Alley Nap tlte,Cpu'rt gOupp
Harrisburg, Oct. 21, I.Bol.—dtf
TOWN LOTS JTOR SALE,
ON BRIGGS STREET. Inquire of
- JOHN a BRIGGS, Do ~
or BENJ. L FOSTER. , 4
111TOTEL CAN IMES' .—A new invoice just
received, and for sale by
SHISLER & FRAZER,
nol. Successors to Dock &Co.
M , .
I N C E E A T.—Atxnore's Celebrated•
No .1 Mince meat, insvreceived and for salolkt:' f !
no 3 . SHISLER a: FRAZER'S.
promna GRITS, just received at
' SIM= & FRAZEH
romM:pAldNo;ls t'lyrexe artioipititi4O - •
1,./.market—forsileitt- 7 .--:-:-SEFLSiJA,R - tfrRAZER'Sr:
TEN GOOD DAAPENTEES WANTED I ' m
~ A pplyatt the Bolton ,ROU,Se
KOTLER. : Nene bet, 4tood ones needi..apply,
wages will be paid. [no2d4t*] H. M. ICOLLff,
Rehovo and Emporium
TOWN LOTS FOR igAjum
HE prIEGADELP.Ink AND ERIE LAND
-COMPANY, chartered by-iin act of the Legislature
of Pennsylvania, oilers for sale choice lots for dwellings
and huainerapurposes in the -above new towns on the
line of the Philadelphia and.Epe eßaihead.
RENOVO has been selected as , The :site - for the exten
sive shops for building and repairing the rolling stock of
the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad, of which the Penna.
Railroad Company are now lessees. It is 92 miles west of
Sunbury, and 198 miles east, of Erie. The town is beau-
Mfully situated on the margin of the west branch of the
Susquehanna river, in the county of Clinton, and is sin
rounded by romantic and attractive - .scenery. The Rail
road Company are erecting' an immense Locomotive
Round House,'Repairf. Shops for -Cars and Engines, Car
Building shop, Iron and ; Brass Rusditces, and Dwellings
for the f Stmelintendent and , other :officers A splendid
Hotel,* with which are connected armngernentsfer feeding
passengers on:the...most extensiverscalechas.lieen com
menced All these - buildinga arrot the Most permanent
and substantial: character, of brick and - iron; and Tare in
accordance with.the immense businest anticipated on the
completion of this great Railroad,'..so. , long- Anxiously
looked. for, and now an accomplished fact---the lett rail
connecting the Susquehanna river with Lake Erie having
been laid on Saturday, July 2d, 1864
A Company-has been chartered by.tlie Legislature for
supplying the 'town with gas and water, and the water
works axe nearly completed. Churches will be erected
immediately. The situation of RENOVO is entirely
healthy, and as the dimensions of tke town are limited
by nature, the value of the lots 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 dis
tance of 158 mites. It is near the'eentre of the railroad,
47 miles west of Renovo; 139 miles from Sunbury and
149 miles from Erie. It is near the Junction of the Drift
wood Branch of the Sinnemahoning, with West Creek,
Portage Creek and North Creek, the Valleys of which
streams make itthe moat 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 Rochester, N. Y., shall be completed,
few interim', towns in the State will surpass it in business
capabilities. An exeellent graded road now .connects it
with Coudersport, the seat of Justice of Potter county.
It is also connected with Smethport, the seat of Justice of
McKean county. Emporium is the County Seat of Cam
eron comity; it has a handsome Court House, and the
Land CoMpani have Just completed a large and comir.o-
Mous Hotel, which will immediately be opened to the
public. The Railroad Company are about to erect ahand-
Wale and. permanent Passenger Station at a central point
near the Hotel and Court House. The place is healthy,
and excellent water is abundant. It is in the midst of
one of the finest White Pine regions in Pennsylvania.
As a manufacturing town it has great advantages; coal,
lumber, stone, bark for tanneries are abundant, and Its
railroad communications with the great lakes and all
points of importance in the seaboard are unsurpassed.
This place was selected thirty years ago as a point of im
portance, and a town laid out with the prophetic name of
EMPORIUM, but the difficulty of access has prevented
its development so entirely that it is mainly known for
the excelionoe of hunting and trout fishing in the vicinity.
The completion of the Philadelphia and Erie railroad
must soon make it a place of great importance as a distri
buting point for goods of all kinds, and it offers great
advantages for persons of , XnoderaVagnpital who desire
to identify themselves with the eailktory of a thriv
Lithographic Maps of bath to c now ready, and
Mr. GIDEON J. SALL, General rintendent, will
furnish all necessary information on t to premises, or by
letter.' - .
He may be addressed to the care of H. P. RUTTER,
Secretary nod Treasurer, PtUladelrOa and Erie Land Com
pany, No. itog Walnut street Philadelphia, or atßenove,
Clinton county, Pennsylvania.
W. G. MOORHEAD, Presl,
,Philti; and Erie Land Co.
H. P. Rama, Secretary and Treasurer. ect2l.dam
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC
INVIGORATING AND STRENGTHENING
Fortifies the system against the evil effects of unwele
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 appalls.
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 corroboran; 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 & Pacimusroas, Runner, N. Y.
Central Depot American CO. *rem Building, ad HUDSON
ST., NE -:YORK.
D.'Air For sale Or Druggists, Grocers, &e
W. GROSS .& CO., HatNaburg, Wholesale Agent, and
for sale by J. M. LUTZ, C. K. KELLER, GEO, WINTERS
and S. A. 111:11MEL. oetl4-d&w
EIIILDEIIG' LOTS FOR SALE.
BEST CHANCE. to get Cheap Homes
.NOW OFFERED IN THE CFI Y.—The subscriber offers
for sale 72 Ituilding Lots, situate in the Sixth Ward,
.between Reilly and Colder streets, fronting on Susque
hanna, Two-and,a half and Second streets. Most of them
have valuable pear and apple trees on them, bearing the
choicest fruits, selected by CoL John Roberts thirty years
ago, the fruit of which will pay for the ground in a
short time. There Is also on rkportion of the ground a
sand hanß, above the grade of the streets, containing sand
of the best quality, which will mere than pay for the
ground. The location is such that no drainage is re-
Quired_j tffie cellars will always be perfectly dry. These
lots Will be sold- below the current price ground is now
bringing in this city, and in fact so low as to afford an
opportunity for any person to secure a home.
NOW READY FOR SALE AT FROM $125 10 $225 A LOT.
A plan of the ground can be seen at the office of the
subscriber, No. 24, North SECOND street.
HARRISBURG, SrPtember 29, 1864 [l.f ]
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS PLEASE
111:UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs
t r i E l the public that he has located himself at Summelsz
town, Dauphin county, Pa„ where he has the best .facil ,
ities for burning liMe of, the first quality, oPntone,•
of the best quality mason and plaster works,
and is prepared to furnish, in any quantities,
lime or lime stone, at the Lebanon Palley railroad depot.
Builders, dealers and contractors supplied with lime or
stone at the shortest notice. Raving ample sidlings and
trestle work from the quarries and kilns to the depot, he
is always prepared MOW orders, shipping either by rail
road or by. Union canal. Address D. S EARLY.
0c22-d2m* Rummelstown, Dauphin. Bounty, Pa.
A New Nanual of Thorough Bass
Text Book of Musical Theory,
BY EDWARD B. OLIVER,
.Principal of the Mendelssohn Musical Institute, Boston.
THIS volume embodies the principal ideas
and instructions contained in the elaberate and vo
luminous, works or distinguished German, French and
Italian Masters,disensumbered of the great mass of words
in which they have been usually obscured, stated in sim
ple language, and made plain to the understanding of all
who desire to know something of the theory and science
of music.. This'Manual is the result of more than twen
ty years' experience in the labor o[ teaching. It will be
found to be the best book that can be placed in the hands
of beginners, and for advanced scholars an invaluable
handbook of reference.
Price, in cloth, 67 cts.; boards 50 cis., on receipt of
which it will be sent prepaid.• • -
OLIVER DIMON & CO., Publisher;
00 26t c h • • 277 Washington street, Boston.
MILLINERY AND VARIETY GOODS.
HRS. J. HIBBS,
No.' 8 Market Square . , Next Door to Felix's Confectionrey
11[AS just received a:new- and carefully se
lected supply of Millinery Goods, such as Straw
and Felt Hats, Bonnets, 'Velvet, Feathers, Flowers, Rib
bons, Ruches, &c., all of which are of the latest style.
Also, a variety of Zephyr Hoods, Nobles, Gloves, Stock
ings, Collars, Laces, tie., with a full assortment of Dress
Trimmings aiadiDress 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. 0ct,341.3m.
TIII ST received, this morning, Michener
U Co., Fresh Smoked Hamm, Beef and Tongues, at
suet MUER & FRAZER
IDDIOILLESI . P.T.O.KILESH .
-By the barrel, half barrel, jar or dozen, at
n 0251 BOYER & ROERPEA
raga LEMONS, just received stud for
sale by [ad] SEMLER & FRAZER
DRIED PEACHES, Apples, Blackberries,
Currants, Cherrie s, BUlSLEß & FitatZEß'7,_
nolSimmons to W. Dock Jr., Ar•
VrALENTIA RAISINS, anew invoice, at
- • 'EMiLER ¢c FRA2swa
CHETBE:~Pr~me New "X"ork.Mutese,,Pine.
04,"Edifisrim gat i and Sap Saga Meese, jre"
celled this morning iii k • SI,IIBLER dcTityZER'S.
- PEPPER SAUCE; a stew invoice, just
solved at [noi] SEMLER & FRAZER'S.
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL
EIGHTY•FIRST . Of„TX., MaIiZET SEASON
Eines Star Combination. Company,
Rome's Star Combination Company,
Rouge's Star Combination Company,
THIS FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 18134 ;;.
In obedience to numerous requests will be presented the
• successful CraIDS.
UNCLE. TOM'S CABIN
LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY.
homes—On and after this evening, the curtain will rise
at half past 7 o'clock.
rgy - Forfarther particulara;see programme.
WALNUT ST., BETWEEN 2d and 3d Sts
Open EVERY EVENING, with a first-ciaes company of
Male and Female artists, Each performer a Star.
Entire •Chaage of Programme to-night
GREATEST BILL OF THE SEASON!
First Night of the Great C - 011ie Act,
THE• ILHALLENOF. DANCE!
First Right of
THE OLD MAID'S TEA PARII .
First Night of
NIGS ON A LARK; or, WHO PLAYS THE BANJO ,
First Night of the Great Burlesque
Third Week of the Queen of Song,
MRS. FLORENCE EDMONDS,
Third Wee 7: of the Champion Jig Dansuese of America,
MRS MALINDA KEENE.
Third 11 7 lefr of the Charming Cantatria,
MISS CLARA WILLIAMS,
Together with Jim Flake, Dan Howard, J. C. Keene, Rd
Haven and Joe Miller,
Making in all the Largest and Best company In the city.
The Whole to Conclude with
OLD DAD'S CABIN.
Seats in Private Boxes
Doors open at 7 olclock. To commence at 732 o'clock
THIS company consists of the beat star p.. 5, -
rmers, consistiug of
The teenagers takes pleasure in announcing that they
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS & CO., Proprietor
BILLY Pearls, Business Agent. an29d
Great Attraction !
NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
Has just opened her new FALL STOCK of
lA , BONNETS, LADIES' AND
MISSES' HATS, •
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
THE LATEST STYLES
And a fine assortment of
WOOLEN HOODS, NUBIAS, &c.
Constantly on hand, besides everything venally found in
the largest furnishing establishments in the country.
Steam Engine and Machine Shop,
SIXTH ST., BETWEEN WALNUT AND bIaRILEP.
j.. C. Stoltz's Old Stand )
undersigned having taken the above
I_ Shop, respectfully solicits a share of the public pa-
Particular attention will be paid to repairing of Steam
Engines, and all kinds of machinery. AU work will re
. eeive my personal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed
H. C. ORTH,
Teacher of the Piano, Melodeon, Violin
No. 15, THIRD STEM"; BELOW MARKET.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
THREE NEW FRAME HOUSES, SITU
ATE on Foster street, above North. Enquire of
Corner of Third and North streets. •
NEW BOOKS ! NEW BOOKS !! . '
IN SCHOOL AND OUT, or the Conquest of
Tom Somers, or the Soldier Boy.
Watch and Wait, or the Young Fugitives •
Learning how to Talk, Read and Speak, by Fowler &
Enoch Arden, New Poem, by Tennyson.
For sale at SOREFFEIPS. BOOKSTORE,
LOOK HERE! LOOK HERE . ' .
CAMPAIGN BADGES, of all styles, for Sale
wholesale and retail at Scheffer's Bookstore, Harris
Country dealers are respectfully incited to call iod ex
amine prices and styles.
AFINE LOT OF CATAWBA Alen LSA.BELAA
GRAPES are for lade at vise's fruit and confer.•
tionery store, Third street, near Walnut. Mr. Wise will
keep a supply on hand during the season. sep27-tr
BIBLES, Prayer Books, Hymnßooks, of
all denominations, in different styles and at different
prices, at • SCHEFFERs Bookstore,
sept - 26 21 South Second street, Harrisburg, Penns
UNION BADGES AND PINS,
OF BOTH PARTIES,
For sale, wholesale and retail, at
Valuable Building Lot For gale,
SITUATED ON THIRD STREET, NEAI.
North, 21 feet front, and 131 feet deep, umlaute&
20 foot alley. The lot will be sold cheap, and on: .eap•
terms. lictinire at THIS OFFICE. . seatit
Hassisatow Ban; 00t.17, 1864:
THE annual election for thirteen directors
of this Bank will be held at the Banking,House, ciq
Monday, the 2lat day of November - nett, bet Ween
Hours or 10 A. M. and 3 Y. M.
octi 7 :.te J. W. WElR,Castdee:J'
pan ASSOKTED BFREA -- laan
CO , STol9l2ll4sele. A. ,PARNUITOI.
rrio BQQsS,^ Toy.ia._endlees-~s~
1 t 4r, it, SCEE T R ' 3 •ii I
PB0(511.§, Wallets and '
041 e..5h001 , at „. EBBEDIPBB'S 800
pIaGROOEULES of all kinds, at recillibEtt
prima, at SRISLER & FRAZER'S
FAMILY GROCERY opposite the Court House.
OYSTER & KEENE