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SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 17, 1863.
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The Election is Over.
We now trust that the political waters, which
have been lashed into such violent turbulence,
will quietly subside, and that a calm more con
ducive to reflection will follow. The Republi
cans have got their victory; they will enjoy it
with theli accustomed enthusiasm ? while the
Democracy, now quiescent, will look forward
to the future, when they will roll back defeat
and obtain in its place a substantial and per
manent triumph. To our Democratic friends
we say, then, be up and doing ; while you sub
mit to the will of the people, you Ma look for
ward with confidence to the sober second
thought which will succeed the deliriousness
of passion that has just spent its force, and
upon its correct wisdom the fabric of Demo
cratic ascendancy will be built. The DOW
erotic party is only obscured by a temporary
cloud, and will soon blaze out with refulgent
luster. You have polled a vote throughout
the State that is enormous—by far the largest
you ever gave—and in that fact, and by your
firm, compact and solid organization, you have
won the respect, if not the fear, of your oppo
nents. When more than half the legal votes of
the State march in solid column to the ballot
box and deposit their votes for Woodward and
Lowrie, it is high time that venal and unscru
pulous men should cease their clamor about
traitors and treason. if they keep it up after
that demonstration, they will simply expose
themselves to contempt and derision.
The Result of the Late Election, and its
Bearing upon the Future of the Country.
The October elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Indiana and lowa have gone against us; and
since the same influences which have pro -
duced this result will most likely continue to
operate, we may as well be prepared for defeat
in the elections which take place in November
in other States. Independent of the immediat9
corrupting, coercive and fraudulent influences
which have been brought to bear by the party
in power, in many of the largest election dis
tricts, the administration papers, orators and
agents have resorted to the most unblushing
falsehoods to deceive the people. They claimed
to be in favor of preserving the Constitution,
while they were overriding every provision of
it which stood in the way of carrying out their
sectional and revolutionary doctrines; they
claimed to be in favor of the restoration of
the Union, while their every measure tended
toward rendering its restoration impossible,
and while in the deepest recesses of their hy
pocritical hearts they echoed the sentiment
expressed by Thaddeus Stevens at Christiana:
g 4 The Union as it was under the Constitution
as it is--clod forbid." In fine, the whole cam
paign on the part of the Shoddyites was clearly
and transparently an embodied lie ; and yet
we have the mortification of being forced to
chronicle the fact that many suffered them
selves to be deceived.
Again we are forced to admit that selfish and
mercenary considerations wielded an immense
influence. The numerous horde of Lincoln's
officials were anxious to retain their places,
shoddy contractors, who were gorging them
selves with public plunder, desired to continue
their buzzard feasts, and many otherwise hon
est citizens, deceived by the seeming prosperity
produced by an inflated currency, advocated a
sentinnance of the aiding state of things, in
order to build up their own personal interests.
Why, say these unpatriotic and short-sighted
mortals—whose vision does not stretch beyond
the apparent brightness of the present into the
dark gloom of a portentous future—we are
doing a better business now than we ever did
before. Why should we kill the goose that is
laying us golden eggs? Let us first make our
fortunes, and then we will see what we can do
to save the country. They do not see that we
are expending all our real means in this fra
tracidal war, and that our over-abundant cur
rency is based upon no real value, that it is
but the rapidly accumulating evidence of an
'Emmons indebtedness, a bubble that we are
inflating larger and larger every day; that
there must come a time, and that not far dis
tant, when it will inevitably burst and involve
us all in a common financial ruin.
While we thus briefly allude to some of the
prominent Gamma which have contributed to
continue a minority in power, we speak of
them more in sorrow than in anger. We re
gret the defeat of thgpemooratio party because
we believe its conservative influences can
alone preserve the Union and our republican
form of government; we regret it because it
.will let loose the whole Pandora's box of ma
lign, radical and destructive elements. Mr.
Stanton will consider it an endorsement of all
his previous illegal and arbitrary acts, and
will probably make it an excuse for inflicting
new tyrannies upon an already outraged peo
ple. Mr. Chase will consider it anendorse
ment of his financial policy, and will probably
ballet upon ne another botch of legal-tender
D otes in violation of the Constitution, to inflate
our already bloated currency and precipitate
a :lawns crisis. -The radical Congress will
consider it an endorsement of their repeated
violations of the Constitution, and at their
next meeting destroy what remains to us of
law and liberty. Mr. Seward will consider it
an endorsement of his " higher law" dogmas,
and, with no check but his own will, Cop his
bell, and exercise the powers he boasted to
Lord Lyons of possessing. And, worst of all,
Mr. Lincoln will consider it a fall endorsement
of his emancipation, conscription, confine
tion and extermination policy, and this ruin
ous war will be continued unremittingly while
the power remains in radical hands, at what
ever cost of blood and treasure. As we believe
it would be impossible to exterminate the
South—even if such a barbarism would be
permitted by the civilized world—so we be
lieve it to be impossible to restore the Union
on the basis of emancipation under any cir
cumstances. Even though the war should be
carried on, as Mr. Chase boasted it should, in
his Ohio speech just previous to the election,
until it required a thousand dollars in green
backs to buy a breakfast, it would not restore
the Union; it would only break us down
financially, when, as Mr. Lincoln said in his
inaugural, the identical questions would re
main, and we should have to return to consti
tutional methods to obtain a settlement or our
We believe that if the power of the Govern
ment was in the hands of the conservative men
in the North, the Union men of the South
would be encouraged to join hands with them,
put down the heresy of secession, and restore
the Union; but we do not believe it ever will be
restored until that event takes place ; hence we
say again, we deeply regret the defeat of the
Democracy on Tuesday last. We do not de
spair, however, of ultimate results. We only
regret the time lost. We know that a healthy
re-action of the public mind must come sooner
or later. We know that an avenging Nemesis
always overtakes the wrong doors, and W 0 feel
assured that one year from to-day, we shall
have the pleasure of announcing the trium
phant election of a Democratic President, and
in a few months thereafter rejoice in the bles
sings of a restored Union.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16.—ne screw etkiiinot
Niagara, at Boston, is now ready for sea. Her
departure has been delayed for want of a
screw_ While the Navy Department procures
as many sailors as heretofore, the number is
far from being sufficient, owing to the many
vessels constantly being placed in commission.
The President has recognized Esteban Ro
gers as Consul ad interim of the Republic of
Chili, for the port of New York.
Commissioner. Dole during his late visit to
Kansas thoroughly investigated the difficulties
connected with the Kickapoo treaty. The evi
dence is noir under consideration by the Secre
tary of the Interior.
The Commissioners made four or five treaties
with the Indians for their removal front Kan
sas, but they cannot be carried into effect
without the action of Congress. He represents
that the Indians were everywhere peaceable
with the exception of the Sioux of the Upper
Missouri, and a few predatory bands of New
CAPTURE OF THE BLOCKADE RUNNER
New Youx, Oct. 16.—The steam transport
Union, from the blockade squadron of Wil
mington on the 11th inst., has arrived here.
The Union captured the English neutral
blockade running steamer Spaulding with a
valuable cargo from Nassau.
The Spaulding bad a crew of twenty-five men
and four rebel colonels on board, all of whom
were taken prisoners.
The Spaulding was captured last April un
der the name of the St. Johns by the gunboat
Stettin. She was sent to Boston, where she
was sold to seoesh parties belonging to New
Brunswick, where she went; loading at St.
Johns for Nassau, and thence run the blockade
into Charleston on the ea ult., and again es
cape() from Charleston with a large cargo of
cotton on the 16th of September.
She was employed a few days in Charleston
harbor in carrying troops, ammunition, &c., to
Fort Sumpter for the rebels.
BY THE MAILS.
THE WAR IN VIRGINIA
GEN. WAEREN'S VICTORY ON WEDNESDAY-DE-
TAILS OF THE ENGAGEMENT.
NEADQuArEas Alum Oa THZ VOTOHAZ,?
October 15, 1863. 5
The following general order was published
HEADQUARTERS ARK! or THE POROMAO,
October 15,1863. f
The major general commanding announces
to the army that the rear guard, consisting of
the 2d corps, was attacked yesterday, while
marching by the flank. The enemy, after a
spirited contest, was repulsed, losing a bat
tery of five guns,. two colon, and four hundred
and fifty prisoners. The skill and promptitude
of Major General Warren, and the gallantry
and bearing of the officers and soldiers of the
2d corps, are entitled to high commendation.
By command of Major Gen. Meade.
The guns captured, four of which are United
States regulation, 3 -inch, and one Blakely gun,
were exhibited here to-day. The prisoners
were mostly North Carolinians, about fifty of
whom have expressed a desire to take the oath
of allegiance. Our casualties yesterday were
small. A considerable number of rebel dead
and wounded fell into our hands, the latter not
being included in the foregoing aggregate of
prisoners. The march from our late to the
present position was accomplished in perfect
order, and without loss of wagons or other
property. The enemy were held in 6heOk In
every point where they attempted a surprise
or attack. The force which attacked General
Warren was portions of Hill's corps. Some of
the prisoners state that they had marched from
Hanover Junction, near Richmond, since
WAsniNoat6N, Oct. 15.—1 n the repulse of the
enemy, in their attack on Gen. Warren, who
was bringing up the rear, we captured six fine
guns from the enemy.
It was not known, up to 8 o'clook this after
noon, whether there had been any fighting to
day of consequence.
WAsnrwarox, Oct. 15.—The falling back of
our forces from Rappahannock Station to Cat
lett't3 and liristow's is represented as a mag
nificent spectacle. They marched by four
parallel lines. There were no delays nor con
fusion. and every movement was conducted
with remarkable regularity.
In the recent conflict between General Plea-
Sonton and Stuart's forces, while the latter
was endeavoring to effect a flank movement on
the former's kit, did colors of both of these
generals at one time were not over fifty yards
distant from each other, and while there were
charges of cavalry on the left and front hand
to-hand encounters followed.
Our cavalry were in splendid condition, and
exhibited the greatest bravery an& gallantry.
Their officers say they never showed a better
spirit, and in the succession of charges and
rallying obeyed orders with a coolness, regu
larity and rapidity unequaled in the war.
The country being open, the spectacle is
described as interesting and grand beyond de
scription. The particulars of the engagement
yesterday, in the neighborhood of Bristow's
and Catlett's 'Stations, have been received. It
appears the rebels, early in the morning, fu
riously attacked the Second army corps, com
manded by Gen. Warren, and the cavalry di
vision of Gen. Gregg. •
The 2d Corps being one of the oldest, and
highly efficient, succeeded in stopping the
rebels' advance, compelling the enemy to fall
back with heavy loss, our own troops also suf-
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faring largely. The Federal cavalry, is like
manner, fought with great desperation, lea
ving many killed and wounded on the field. A
considerable number of prisoners fell into our
hands, and a battery of six fine guns. Gen.
Sykes. with the sth Army Corps, ably sup
ported the 2d in their arduous task of defend
ing the rear. At six o'clock in the evening
Gen. Lee made a desperate attempt to flank
Gen. Meade by way of Chantilly, Lee . endea
voring toget into Gen. Meade's rear by the way
of Fairfax Court House. In this they were
unsuccessful, as Gen. Meade anticipated the
rebels by falling rapidly back to the coveted
spot, thus effectually checking a movement
which would have endangered both the Army
of the Potomac and the capital. During last
night Gen. Meade ordered one of his supply
trains further back in his rear, when it was at
tacked by. a Mal/ force of the rebels, probably
mounted guerrillas. The teamsters, resolved
not to lose the property, rallied to defend it,
and succeeded in driving away the enemy, who
escaped with only two of the very large num
ber of wagons. It is not believed there has
been any fighting of importance to-day. Ar
tillery firing was heard early this morning, but
was not of long continuance. Major General
Daniel E. Sickles, with his staff, left for the
front at two o'clock this morning. In case of
a general engagement he will take command of
his own corps.
RISE IN THE TENNESSEE EIVER....BEAGG ILE-
PORTED FALLING BACK.
STEVENSON, Ala.,Oot. 15.—The situation con
tinues uninteresting. Heavy rains have raised
the Tennessee river.
The rebel General Wheeler has recrossed
the Tennessee at Muscle Shoals• Ala., closely
pursued to the TIM by tour troops. He Was
driven from Huntsville by a brigade of our cav
Several refugees,who yesterday came into our
lines at Bridgeport, report Bragg making back,
apparently because of the exhaustion of the
country in which he has been living.
Though this if net good authority, there is
some reason for believing that the enemy is on
the move. A few days will develop it.
Miettrins i Oet.l.3.—Manyyof the rebels who
were in the fight at Colliersville on Sunday had
passes throigh the lines, which they had ob
tained, it was alleged, for local purposes, and
had taken the oath of 141/Vgia7449 to the United
States. This will serve to stop what little in
tercourse and trade have been permitted to the
General Hurlbut has just issued a special
order prohibiting civilians from passing to and
from the Memphis and Charleston railroad.
Hurlbut's force, which was sent after Chal
mers, was seen skirmishing with him yester
day, and to-day have driven him beyond the
water, and are still following and punishing
NeenvlLLE, Oct. I.s.—The evening trains
from the front are bringing in sick and
wounded. The churches are again taken for
THE STEAMSHIP AFRICA
gr. Jonas, N. F., Oat. 15.—The Africa has
been beached in a sheltered place ae the head
of the harbor. It is impossible to ascertain
the extent of the damage till divers arrive from
Halifax. A portion of the stem and keel for
ward are entirely gone, and a portion of the
keel from the sternpoat is also gone. There
are other damages amidships. The passen
gers have been provided for on shore.
WOF. ON TRH WASHINGTON DNFENCIS
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15.—One thousand men
from the Convalescent camp were detailed to
day to work on the fortifications south of the
THE OBSTRUCTIONS IN CHARLESTON HARBOR
From what can be ascertained of the real
state of affairs at Charleston, the rebels have
effectually closed the, channel to the city to
our fleet, reserving a passage,, however, to
their own craft, after the manner of a canal,
with a safety lock against the enemy. The
obstructions may be of such a nature as not
to be removed by any appliances of our own,
or of too formidable a nature to justify a haz
ardous attempt by our iron-clads to penetrate
further into the harbor and within range of
the rebel guns. Under these circumstances
the best engineering and strategic skill be
comes necessary on the part of the respective
commanders of the land and water forces to
Make a thoroughly successful demonstration
upon Charleston. Such a result is not consi
dered doubtful, but time is necessarily re
quired for the consummation of their plans.
GENRRAL AUGUR IN COMMAND AT WASHINGTON.
Yesterday Major General Augur assumed
command of the Department of Washington.
It is reported that this ohaege is only a tem
porary one, caused by the illness of General
Heintzleman, and that the latter will resume
command as soon as his health will permit.
His staff remain in the performance of their
duties at headquarters.
DISMISSED FROM THE SERVICE
Lieutenants O'Donavan and Lauri, te
Baker's cavalry regiment, have been dismissed
the service for drunkenness on duty.
IMPORTANT INDIAN TlMM—Senator Ram
sey, late Governor of Minnesota, telegraphs
the Indian Bureau, that he has effected a sat
isfactory treaty with the Indiana of Pembina
and Red Lake, on the Great Red river of the
North: Thee object of the treaty was to ac
quire right on either bank of the river, to the
end that the trains of traders from British
America might not be molested in their jour
ney to St. Paul, Minnesota. These trains or
caravans sometimesnumber hundreds of teams
or wooden °arta, drawn by Indian ponies or
dogs. They bring furs down from what was
the region of •the Hudson's Bay Company, and
Carry back blankets and such other articles of
merchandise as are needed in the region in
question. The Indians on the route fancy
that the country they inhabit was given them
by the Great Spirit for the noble parpon of
hunting and fishing, and that, after the man-
ner of the Dense, they have a right to collect
dues for transit. This they have managed to
do to some extent, besides committing latterly
a few depredations.
WE do not know that it will avail anything
to appeal to the Republican President and the
Republican party to abandon or modify their
radical measures. We fear they are so firmly
fixed in their determination that they cannot
be influenced by any appeals, however reason
able and cogent. We apprehend that there is
no other way to bring the administration of the
Federal Government back to a just and eonser
vative policy than by electing conservative
men, as fast as the Constttution and the laws
Will permit, to supply the places of the radi
cals, who now, most unfortunately for the coun
try, have the management of public affairs.—
This policy is pertain to be effective, and the
chief matter of regret is that it cannot be more
speedily carried out. But its steady and re
elation progress toward consummation will
soon be manifest to our whole, people.
We don't suppose, we can't suppose, that
there is the least doubt in the minds of sensi
ble men, that what are commonly known as'
the administration's radical measures, such as
the emancipation proclamation, the negro regi
ment business, the oonfiscation bill, the suspen
sion of the kabala. corpus, &c., have exerted,
both in the North and in the South, a most un
happy influence in regard to the war. Every
body sees this who isn't determined not to see
it. Would to heaven the administration had
bravely adhered to the principles which it
avowed and upon which it acted for a time af
ter the war began. Surely if its present policy
were adopted and recognized as the policy of
the country, the question of peace and resto
ration, even if the rebellion should be van
quished by force of arms, would be terribly
complicated. The end of the rebellion would
be the commencement of difficulties and trou
bles of the most fearful character. Even such
statesmanship as was the glory of our land in
the olden time would scarcely be equal to the
crisis, while with such politicians and infuria
ted ranters as now constitute almost the entire
mass of our public men, we might be tempted
to give up all hope and yield to despair. These
people could no more re-establish the govern
ment upon a durable basis under the mighty
difficulties of the supposed situation than they
could Atlas-like bear the sky upon their shoul
Let the conservative policy be adopted, and
then, if the rebellion is put down, the Union is
re-established and restored in all its parts anci
all its functions by its vital force. None of
those tremendous questions, which radicalism
seeks to bring upon us, would agitate and con
vulse the nation. We should simply have the
glorious old republic and the glorious old con
stitution under the protecting folds of the glo
rious old flag, and surely there would be little
danger that any State or section, taught as all
States and sections have been by the awful and
unutterable horrors of civil war, would ever
again inaugurate hostilities or lightly provoke
CONNECTICUT ELECTION —A few days ago
the telegraph gave us the first intimation of
the Connecticut elections. Three or four
towns were announced as carried by the Abe
litiouiete, or Republicans, or Uniontsts, or
whatever the hybrids now call themselves.—
Suddenly the telegraph became silent. It an
nounced no more results.
It'turns out that the Democrats have car•
ried a large majority of the towns. Even the
Tribune says "the Copperheads have come out
pretty strong!" While the New Haven Regis
ter and Hartford Times claim a Democratic
victory in the State.
The former paper published a list of 116
towns, of which the Democrats carry 62 and
their opponents only 63—and the Register
points to it as showing "that the conservative
and Democratic element is growing in strength
and earnestness ? in Connecticut, and that
many who have heretofore sustained the Re
publican party, will follow its fortunes no
longer, in its downward path to despotism and
Last year the Republicans claimed a major
ity of 12 towns. Conceding that, the result
shows a net Democratic gain of about '2O
DEATH OF A DARTMOOR PRISONER. —Mr.
Francis Dolphin died at his residence p Mul
berry street, near Pine, yesterday, in the 71st
year of his life. The deceased was one of the
oldest meat packers in this city, where he re
sided for the last fifty , seven years. His life
was an eventful and honorable one. A native
of Bordeaux, France, he emigrated in early
life with his family to St. Domingo, where he
miraculously escaped being a - victim to the
terrible massacre there. He subsequently came
to Baltimore and served in the war of 1812.
During that war he was one of those captured
on board the armed brig Chasseur, (fitted out
in the port of Baltimore,) conveyed as a pris
oner to England, and incarcerated in Dartmoor
prison, until liberated by the treaty of peace
of 1815. Only two others of those confined at
the time with Mr. Dolphin in that noted prison
grc pow residents of this city.—Bolt.,Sun,l6th.
HARPER'S WEEKLY has a highly suggestive
cut, designed upon Poe's Poem, "The Raven."
A slaveholdcr is sitting in his parlor at mid
night, contemplating a spectral raven with a
negro's head, reposing on the bust of Horace
Greeley, "just above the chamber door." A
stanza of the poem is parodied as follows
And the nigger, never flitting,
Still is sitting, still is sitting,
On that horrid bust of Horace
Just above my chamber door
And his lips, they have the snigger,
Of a worthless, free-born nigger,
And be swells his sombre finer,
When 3 ask him, with a roar,
"Will you blacks again be cattle,
As you used to be before?"
Cries the chattel, "Nevermore !"
IDAHO TERRITORY will choose a Legislature
and member of Congrebs on the 31st of Octo
ber. The emus shows 320,000 White popula
IN COUNTY, 1863.
RECORDER TARA SWE'R
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Tnn Puma Cum Lnumm.—A letter from
Lublin to the Czas says that the real name of
Lelewel, the Polish chief lately killed in action
with the Russians, was Martin Derelowskl, a
native of Cracow, a tiuman by trade, and
afterwards proprietor of a manufactory of
pumps at Warsaw. Intrepid, disinterested and
devoted to the cause of his country, he sacri
ficed to it his property and his life. At the
commencement of the insurrection, on the 22d
of last January, he left Warsaw and took the
fteld in the palatinate of Lublin, at the head
of a handful of young artisans. Not long
before his death the national government pro
moted him to the rank of colonel, and ap
pointed him military chief of the palatinate of
THE APPLE TRADE.—The apple trade of
Western New York this year is said to be very
extensive. The Lyons Republican says:
" The price paid for fall fruit is about on•
dollar—the purchaser furnishing the barrel.
Winter fruit will bring a higher price proba
bly. It is believed that more barrels of ap
ples will be shipped from Wayne county this
year than ever before, although the crop is
considerably smaller than that of last year.—
West of the Genesee river, however, the yield
is astonishingly large, and Monroe, Orleans and
Niagara counties are sending out thousands
upon thousands of barrels of fruit."
THE RIVER TRADE WITH NEw ORLEANS.—
The receipts of Western produce at New Or
leans, in the month of September, were on
such a small scale as to sustain very high
prices, and only in quantities to meet daily
local consumption, leaving no stock for expor
tation. The arrivals of steamers with cargoes
from St. Louie during the month, were only
twelve, on private account. There have been
no arrivals nor any receipts of produce direct
from Cincinnati, Louisville, and other points
on the Ohio river.
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Dr. Sweat's Infallible Liniment far Hone
is unrivaled by any, and in all cases of Lameness, ari
sing from Sprains Bruises or Wrenching, its effect is
magical and certain. Harness or Saddle Halls, Scratch
es, Mange, &c., it will also cure speedily. Spavin and
Ringbone may be easily prevented and cured in their
incipient stages , bat confirmed cases are beyond the
possibility of a adical cure. No case of the kind, how
ever, is so desperate pr hopeless but it may be alleviated
by this Liniment, and its faithful application will al
%rapt keiii6o% the Lfthiefteda, and enable the horse to
travel with comparative ease.
Every horse owner should have this remedy at hand,
for its timely nee at the drat appearance of Lameness
will effectually prevent those for/hidable diseases men
tioned, to which all horses are liable, and which render
so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless.
Sea advertisement ap2o eow.d&w
AN ITEM FOR THE LADIES_
The undersigned, having a long experience in the
Boot and Bhoe business, is now prepared to sell the
very best styles of Ladies' shoes at the lowest possible
prices, He keep every - imaginable kind of thdtcre,
Balmoral boots and Slippers. Also, all kinds of Child
ren's shoes, from the finest Infant's shoe to a coarse
brogan. Also, a full assortment of Men's Boots and
Gaiters of every description, besides an excellent lot of
I oath's shoes and boots.
Call and examine his large stock before purchasing
117'leo. 12, Market square, next door to Felix's con:
N B —All orders promptly executed.
oct7-dly. LIPPMANN HEM
D• OF POOR'
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96 140 ,
1 33 18
RICHING'S OPERA TROUPE.
The inhabitants of Harrisburg and vicinity are
!Tactfully informed that, after aryinprecedented
cells during their initial performance of live weeks
tile Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia, recently
gurated by the popular American Prima Donna,
MISS CAROLINE RIcHINGs,
Will make their first and only appearance at
ON MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19,
In DonizetWe Grand Comic Opera, in two eau, entit:el
THE DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT,
With all the original music.
MARIE MISS O. BICHI~ ;g
OARTOUGHE ............... ....MR SEGI.It!,I
TONIO MR. W. J. HILL
RODOL PHE MR. H. PEARY:v.
HORTENSIUS • MR. R/CIIINGS
To conclude with the grand allegorical awl patriot:
GEN. GEO. WASHINGTON. MR. RiCHlti
Mr. R. is considered to be the most perfect port:l.:_
tore, in costume and feature, of the departed sage at
GODDESS OF LIBERTY MISS 0, RIDRIN6
Who will sing oar National Anthem, the
"STAR SPANGLED BANNER,”
Aided by the entire Troupe.
PIANIST a DEHREN;3
PRICES OF ADMISSION,
Tickets, 50 cents ; reserved seats, 75 cents
To be had at the Music! Stores of Messrs. Ward ALI!
Knoche, at 10 o'clock on Monday, 10th lust.
The Opera will commence precisely at 734 eclock,
0ct1 . 7.2t E. D. It Alt OY. Ag't .
SOLDIERS IN THE AlOl - ,*
OUR PEOPLE AT HOME
Are now offered an opportunity by which they can r.'t
GOOD AND DURABLE TIME-PIECE,
A T A
VERY LOW FIGURE.
OUR WATCHES ARE
WARRANTED TO KEEP TIME ONE YEA 2,
/ND THE //FYNE IS ALLOWED THE
PRIVILEGE OF EXAMINATION
BBFQNE PAYMENT IS REQUIRED.
WROTE!) DUPLEX IN FULL RUBY ACTIONS.
A first class Hunting Time-Piece of sliver material.
over Which is electro.fine plated 18 k. gold, meet dura
bly wrought, making the imitation so faultless that
cannot be detected from the solid material by the met
experienced judges; acids will not affect it. tondos
made movement. Improved Duplex' in full ruby
action, has sweep seconds, and is not to be excelled is
general appearance. This is decidedly one of ft?,
best articles ever offered for traders and specula
tors. Engineers, emigrants, and persons travel
ling, will find them superior to any other; alteration
of climate will not affect their accuracy.
packed in good shape and good running order, only $7.5,
or case of 6 for 6200.
SILVER BOOLE TIME HUNTING LEERS,
BEST QUALITY SILVER CASES, over whi:i)
electro-fine plated 18 k. gold, similar to our Improved
Duplex, and superior adjuetPd movements with
Mop. , to be used in timing horses, etc ; has FOur
Indexes for Washington and Greenwich time, sweep
second, aid all the improvements. And in all, taking
its beautiful and faultless appearance and its 51t
perlor movement into COneicleration, we regard it F. ,
decidedly the cheapest article of the kind in the me:.
ket. Price, in good running order, gab, or case of 6 !1.-
lEr We ask no pav in advance, but will forward eitte:
of them to rerponeible parties, to any part of the loyLl
Statee, with bill payable to expreearcan when the gem
are delivered, giving the buyer the privilege of exam:_
nation, and, if not latisfactory, the watch can to
turned at our expense.
The expreed Companied refuse torching eoliectiors sr.
soldiers and other parties in the disloyal States, COL"-
quently all such orders must be accompanied ty
the cash to insure attention. We alike a deductir2
of two denim/ on either watch when the paymec: •
forwarded in advance.
Money may be sent by express at our expense.
THOS. OAPIPERTY & CO.,
93 and 95 Broad at., opposite City Bank,
0c16.2m Providence, B. I
SOAR—Tallow Soap, Babbit's Nov
York Soap, Shaving Soap, just recoiv , Q by
ADAM RELLEtt, 312.,
Corner of Front and Market eta,
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE.
The largest and best assortment in this city
Bale by ADAM kiEbtafiß, JR ,
ocuo Corner of Front and Market ME,
B OND'S BOSTON BISCUIT, Bond's Milk Biscuit, Bond's Wine Biscuit, Bond's 117. - ,;ir
Biscuit, for sate by ADAM KELLER, JS.,
octl6 Corner of Front and Market sle
HAVANNA CIGARS.—A choice
of warranted genuine Havana cigars just st
calved by ADAM ICFLLER, JR.,
oct 16 Corner of Front and Market es.
CRANBERRIES.—A choice lot j'.;i;
xi received and for isle b
ADAM KELLER, JR.,
Corner of Front and Market eie
OLD GOVERNMENT J AVA.-A
fresh enpply fast received and warranted gennire,
for sale only by ADAM KELLER.
ootlB Corner of Front and Market etc
HAMS.-11fichenor's " Excel s ior" and
Gardner, Phipps & Co.'s prime Cincinnati "nor
cured , ' Ilame,in large or small quantities, jnet received
by ADAM HELL ER JR.,
octl6 Corner of ?rout and Market eta.
CASTILE SOAP.—A choice artic!e,
just received by ADAM lIEL LER, JR,,
octlit earner of Front and Market eta.
ADAM KELLER JR.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
CORNER FRONT AND MARKET STREETS,
Harrisburg, Penna. ,
The undersigned reepectfully invites attention to L 4
large and well selected stock of Choice Family Groce
ries, embracing all articles kept in the Eastern Citif
and which he offers for sale in large or small
All of which are warranted fresh and genuine, inch:.
ding all the celebrated
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S PREPARATIONS)
Among which may be found Chow Chow, Peccaliiii,
Gerkins, Mixed Pickles. Onions ,
Falai Sauce, and Csa•
Mower ; also, Lee & Perrin's Worcestershire Fiore,
SardinOs, Dutch Anchovirs, Mushrooms, Pepper Est!'9,
TOM itt9 and Nuchroom Catnip,
OIL OF AIX ANL BACI3ALUPL
mr• All the above warranted fresh and genuine.
He has the largest and best selected assortmet.:
fresh ground and whole
SPICES OF ALL KINDS
A arm supply of
English Dairy, Pins Aprils, Sap Sago, Kew York,
Of all grades, White and Brown.
Including genuine Old Government Java, Rio, dare
and light, Lasuayra, and fresh roasted Coffee ; togetter
with all kinds of Coffee Preparations, such as Lands..
lion, Rio, Essence of Coffee, &c., &c.,
STRiJPS AND MOLASSES,
Stewart's, Levering's, Lamont's and New York Syrnr,
New Orleans and Porto Rico Baking Molasses.
Largest and finest assortment of
To be found in this city; together with ell the li
He hag aloe an kinds of
CEDAR AND WILLOW-WARE,
Including Baskets, Buckets, Tubs, Brooms, Brasher
Mats, Ste., &e. Also
FISH, SALT, COAL OIL.
FLOUR, HAMS, CHIMNEY? ,
BACON, DRIED BEEF, LAMPS, kj•
A call is raspectfnlly solicited at
ADAM KELLER, IL
Corner of Front and Market streets.
Successor to Nichols do Bowzao•_
TO THOSE DESIRING- TO prbo
CURE SUDS MUTES, AND
TO THOSE WISHING TO BECOME SUBSTITUTEE
The undersigned, Military Claim Agents, tender
services for the procuring of Substitutes for Drafted
men, as well as for the securing of the highest pr
for those wishing to offer themselves as Substitutes.
They will register the names of each class referred io,
with the amounts, in mom?, proposed to be given
the one and to be received by the other.
Drafted men who are legally wow/ 4 ("havea ll he
papers prepared neeessary to establish their clalw.
exemption by calling upon the undersigned.
Those interested are ,nvited to call at the office, iO
the Exchange Buildings, opposite the I anohin Cool
Prison. AugDOWELL & MAGUIRE,
auls-1m Military Claim Agent,,•