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Harrisburg Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Harrisburg, PennsylvaniaPennes Lucia in alg amp eur Grant 3.ftgrnonn, jmaber25 1861. float that Standard Sheet where breathes the foe hut fall before As with Freedom s soil Benenh our feet and freedoms Banner streaming Over us i Oik platform. The onion the constitutions and the Eneo Bement of the Law. Harrisburg a. Friday afternoon october 26, 1861. Ohs teas ago the democratic party anticipated danger to the Union and Besought the people not to elevate to Power the representatives of a party most obnoxious to the largest Section territorially of the and Union. This extract from a pitifully whining and peculiarly fallacious article in the Patriot and Union of this morning is sufficient to show the desperate shifts to which men will resort a when they seek the perversion of the truth and the slander of patriots. There can he no doubt whatever that one year ago such men As those who now control the columns of the old Breck Enridge Organ did anticipate dangers if the Rotten organization of the democracy was broken up simply because they were in conclave with those who were then plotting treason against the government and the very admission of their anticipations proves that the editors of the Patriot were cognizant of these plots if not participants in their origin and development. If such anticipations Are the Only arguments which the Patriot has to urge against the sacred principles of republicanism its cause is As ridiculous As its territorial claim for democracy so learn edly expressed in the same extract in which it asserts that the Republican party is a obnoxious to the largest Section territorially of the this is part of the Wisdom and theory on which the Breckenridge followers still found their claim to Rule namely because a few ambitious politicians have succeeded in spreading slavery Over a vast extent of country the millions of White freemen occupying a space must yield to the territorial superiority of the slave aristocracy. The statesmanship of this wonderful discovery is doubtless due not to the Chivalier Mcdowell hut to the profound sagacity of the erudite Barrett. There is still another Point in this wonderful article which we commend to those republicans who were seduced into the Union trap of these same hypocrites. They now proclaim their purpose to be the utter destruction of the Republican party. A a we must put Down the Republican party Quot is theory of such men As Barret amp Mcdowell and doubtless to do this the Gallant col. Mcdowell will Lead on that portion of James brigade which is under his command. Would it not be Well for gov. Curtin to stipulate in the commission of Mcdowell that he should save his administration while he rushes to the charge for the purpose of putting Down the Republican party. There is danger implied in the threat. The Man who thus controls the pen which poets claim is a mightier than the sword and also wields a sword must be looked after. But bad Inage aside the leaders of the Rotten old factions of democracy Are already showing their real feelings in this Junction of the fearful crisis into which their corruptions have plunged the country. They imagine that they possess political Power and at once they assert their intention of arresting this straggle not hoj Vever by a vigorous Effort to suppress rebellion and punish traitors but by putting Down the Republican party humiliating the National administration and foreleg the labor the intelligence the dignity and the religion of the masses of the North to succumb to the Villany treachery tyranny and ignorance of the slave oligarchy its of the South. This is the democracy of the Breckinridge Diquen this is the peace policy of Barrett and Mcdowell this is the real design of the men who have Ever opposed Northern interests and Progress and if the article in the Patriot and Union this morning does not prove a sympathy for those who Lead in the rebellion for slavery then its editors can Only show their guilty Hopes and desires by a sheathing their daggers and pointing them at the throats of Loyal men. And if they were convinced that,.such a course would assist in a putting Down the Republican party a they would advocate it As freely As they now covertly advocate the cause of treason. Who controls the government can any Man of common intelligence believe that if slavery had never existed in this country the South would now be in angled rebellion against the Constitution and Laws of the land f impossible 1 or if by some Resistless Power the institution were annihilated the hostile armies would not to virtually disbanded in a month this result would he inevitable. Slavery with its corrupting influences of ignorance Pride arrogance ambition and tyranny lies at the very foundation of this terrible rebellion. Can it he put Down and this treason be thoroughly crushed out and annihilated without interfering with this system of slavery ? let us put this subject fully before the people. The authority of the general government must absolutely be re established either with or without the destruction of the institution of slavery. If the latter what then will be the position of slavery among us in the future the history of the past the calamities of the present and the Hopes and interests of the future All demand an immediate answer from the people. Interests As vast As a nations peace a nations Power a nations Honor and glory a nations very existence interests involving the Prosperity and happiness of unborn millions Appeal to the people the whole people for a definite answer. And in making up that answer we Call special attention to the following if slavery is to exist under the general government when re established it must be either�?1. Just As it was with All its influence and political Power before the rebellion and this assault upon the government was made or 2, its privileges will be enlarged and its Powers increased or 3, its Powers and privilege and influence will be restricted. Slavery can Only exist in this country hut under one or other of these positions and the people alone have the Power and the right to say which it shall he. Shall it be the first ? then less than three Hundred thousand men the number of Legal slave owners with the Power and influence of the slave system Are to control the interests the Honor and the peace of the thirty millions of this nation. A majority of the presidents of the United states must he slave owners and advocates and defenders of the system of slavery. A majority in the Cabinet upon the supreme Bench in All the important offices at Home and the missions abroad must be slave owners or at least defend is and supporters of the system. And then the government must be administered in accordance with the insolent demands of the institution and All other interests of the nation rendered subservient to its claims or the tyrants lash will he brandished Over the nations ears till a corrupt and imbecile administration like the past or a just and firm one like the present furnishes a pretext to renew and repeat the rebellion with increased horrors and Deso lating Power. If this is the answer of the people that slavery is to be restored to its former position and Power then our resisting this rebellion is consummate Folly and madness. For in the end we shall gain nothing absolutely nothing and shall lose All men and Means that this War will Cost will lose National Confidence at Home and National Honor and influence abroad and will virtually offer a Bonus for the slave Power to renew the rebellion with the absolute certainty of in chess in the utter ruin of the Constitution and government. If the people submit Othis and allow slavery and the slave Power to resume their former attitude and exercise their former influence and Power in the nation they the people will Merit the execration and the supreme contempt of the civilized world and will deserve to he reduced themselves to the very Dregs of slavery i but shall it be the second ? shall the privileges Powers and influence of slavery be increased and enlarged who will claim this who will be bold enough to utter it in the ears of flee men ? enlarge the privileges and increase the Power of a system founded in robbery and unmixed Viu Ainy that has murdered its millions and filled the hearts of millions More with grief and anguish unutterable that is now seeking the destruction of the Best government on Earth and is Deso lating the land with the fires of civil War none hut the vilest of the race could set up such an atrocious claim. And if such a moral monster could be found he should he scorched and withered by the indignation of the people All the people till his very being would become a Burden but will the people decide that the doom of slavery in the future shall be the third ? that it shall be curtailed reduced and limited in All its Powers privileges and influence if the people determine that slavery shall neither he restored to its former position nor its Powers and privileges he extended and increased the whole subject is brought Down to two Points namely slavery must be so reduced. And restricted in its whole character As to destroy its Power to disturb the peace or peril the interests of the. Nation or it must be wholly blotted out of being and banished from the land. Here is an Issue for flee intelligent men to decide. We give it to on readers without further comments. The Union army. The generals of the Union army along the whole line from the Atlantic to the West have now at their control As magnificent a Force perhaps As Ever were put under the command of any number of generals. From reliable sources we have compiled a table showing the number �6f troops each Loyal state has a Noj it in the Field or on their Way to the seat of War t infantry. Connecticut. 4,188 Illinois.41,000 Indiana. 30,000 iowa.16,100 Kansas. 4,000 Massachusetts �?21,000 Maine. -8,000 Michigan 18,784 Minnesota. 3,000 new Tork 86,000 new Jersey 9,000 new Hampshire. 5,000 Ohio. 63,000 Pennsylvania. 61,000 Rhode Island. 2,628 Vermont. 5,000 Wisconsin 10,000 Cao. 100 8,000 2,000 3,600 1,000 1,200 6,800 Art. 500 200 360 300 5,000 500 200 600 800 760 3,600 4,000 100 a 1,200 1,100 total. 4,288 49,000 32,600 19,700 5,205 29,350 9.200 24,884 3.000 90,500 9.000 5.200 67,100 65,800 3,378 5,100 12,300 total. 384,700 a 35,500 6,300425,500 in addition to tiie above there Are the state and government troops in Kentucky and Missouri which May be estimated As follows government. State. Missouri. 10,000 25,000 Kentucky. 8,000. 20,000 a b. Lowry the a a Republican senator elect from Crawford and Erie advocates the payment of a Bonus of $1,000 to every Southern slave who produces his masters True Democrat. If or. Lowry had proposed to give five Hundred dollars to any dough face who would produce a traitors ears his proposition Wouldhave been More practical because the ears in that Case would be produced without shedding blood. Does frysinger understand. As Buel Dickens the lately deceased clerk of the United states Senate who had held that position for thirty years was the son of one of the Pioneer clergymen in the methodist Church John Dickens the intimate Friend of the venerable Bishop Asbury after whom he was named. The Pas Smiht has at last suspended the writ of Hareas Corpus for the District of the judges and lawyers have made themselves so troublesome with their officious interferences with military affairs that this has become Nec Gen. Lee is reported to have been sent to Tennessee to supersede Zollicoffer in the com Mand of the rebel army in that state. Later from Washington. The missing soldiers of tee upper Potomac. He Petra teen Jeff Davis. One of its Crew convicted of piracy. Philadelphia oct. 26. The jury in. The Case of Wliam smite charged with piracy Man Ecol of Privateer Jeff. Davis rendered a v guilty this morning. A hew Euld of is proposed a battalion to consist of six Hundred men with one Hundred guns the guns to have the capacity of carrying two Pound balls two and a half Miles and to have steel barrels rifled oif Superior workmanship. They Are to he Light of Inetal two wheeled carriages each Carriage carrying its own ammunition Box. Instead of horses with the trouble and time of hitching and a hitching the men will draw their own gun carriages which considering their extra me lightness is less toilsome than carrying a Musket and Knapsack. There Are six men to each gun who in addition of course Cany pistols and other Small arms. A battalion of this kind is now organizing at Richmond Indiana. Last saturday two Hundred Loyal Missouri volunteers attacked and routed four Hundred rebels at big Hurricane Creek Carrol county Missouri killing fourteen taking eight prisoners and putting the balance to flight. On men had fourteen wounded. Jakes a. To masters late editor of the Freeman s journal was yesterday discharged irom fort layfayette. He declined at first to take the oath of allegiance but finally consented. Total. 18,000 45,000 there Are also five thousand volunteers raised in California five thousand in Maryland one thousand six Hundred in Delaware and two thousand in the District of Columbia besides ten thousand regulars which added together the Union land forces to number five Hundred and twelve thousand men. With such an army under Good generalship what might not be accomplished ? _ _ the Philadelphia Post office. We notice by our contemporaries in Philadelphia that the government is proceeding promptly to the work of refitting and adapting the buildings on Chestnut Street adjoining the custom House for postal purposes. The management of the work has been placed in the hands of or. J. B. Moorhead who in conjunction with postmaster Walbom has the entire control of the alterations necessary to fit the building alluded to for the business contemplated. These changes with the removal of the Post office nearer the Centre of Philadelphia Are All demanded for the Public accommodation and in pushing Forward the work postmaster Walbom deserves great credit. Another Public want to he supplied in this improvement is the fitting up of spacious room on the second and third stories of the building for the United states court marshals office and rooms for jury men and witnesses. The people of the Interior of Pennsylvania As Well As Philadelphia having knowledge of the inadequate accommodations at present afforded for these purposes cannot fail to appreciate the Zeal of postmaster Walbom in urging this improvement the work when completed will greatly add to the architectural attraction of its locality Chestnut Street and contribute very essentially to the Comfort and convenience of a Large number of people. A Southern View of confiscations the new Orleans Delia publishes Thia paragraph concerning prominent citizens of new Tork. A among the prominent victims of the Harbor Ous resort of the Lincol nites to the confiscation of this property of Southern citizens we rejoice to include the name of William b. Astor who is owner of six Hundred shares of the Stock of the Bank of Louisiana Worth in Ordinary times one Hundred and fifty dollars per share. Thus May the contribution of the said Astor to the Lincoln Case be amply set off. There Are Many other Lincol nites who will also have to contribute largely in a like manner tothe fund of the Confederate states. Even that wretched ingrate George Opdyke who made All that he is Worth in this City has his lots and House which will pass into the hands of hone Star men. We think the aggregate value of the property which will thus be appropriated will exceed the estimate generally made of $16,000,000. There will be a general dissolution of a great number of our mercantile firms in this City. The apprehension however is that there will be a great need of close and searching scrutiny to discover the sleeping and silent partners of Many of on firms. It is Well known that Many of the bitterest Black republicans have for years kept up their partnership relations in this City have drawn thousands and millions from the profits of business Here which have been used to injure malign and destroy on institutions and undermine our liberties. There will be a keen Pursuit for All such. Woe to the disloyal citizens who shall Aid in their concealment and Protection from liability under the sequestration on. Well of Fibey form men a correspondent writing from Oil City Venango county informs us of a sad Accident which occurred near that place on the 15th inst. A flowing Well had been struck on the blood farm five rules below the month of Oil Creek and the Engineer Patrick Collins forgetting to put out the fire tire Gas caught causing a terrific explosion. The Engineer and the Driver were so badly burned that they Are not expected to recover. Two men who had come to see the Well and who were standing some ten rods Distant at the time of the explosion were considerably burned but not dangerously. When our correspondent wrote the Well had been burning three Days and was still on fire although repeated efforts had been made to quench the flames. The Oil is consumed As it rushes from the Well and hundreds of people visit the place Day arid night to witness the extraordinary right. The St. Louis news a a states on reliable authority that the great Telegraph line from the Missouri River to the Pacific coast will no unforeseen Accident preventing be completed by the Lofa of november on which Day it is thought dispatches will be telegraphed through from Ocean to Ocean from new York to san Francisco and from san Francisco to new Tork. appears to he about a played the rebel Steamer Mcrae reported escaped from the Mississippi and gone to the Mediterranean on a Privateering expedition it appears by the Richmond enquirer took part in the recent contest near new Orleans. The Sumter is the Only Privateer now known to he abroad and she is reported captured which however we do not credit. A b�00nn0issan0e in f0bce, an additional regiment of cavalry from Pennsylvania. Washington oct. 25. Private accounts from the upper Potomac this morning represent that the soldiers reported As missing Are from time to time coming in w e others who were carried Down by the eur rent of the River Are known to be now under shelter in tenements on its Banks Lieut. Philip Casey of company a thirtieth regiment of new Tork state volunteers died of dysentery in Camp at Upton a Hill yesterday. Ibs remains will be taken to Troy for interment. A reconnaissance in Force was made to Day from Gen. Smiths division consisting of two companies of cavalry five companies of infantry Abd two pieces of a Dutery. The result was the capture of eight rebels Tolly uniformed beyond Vienna and further information obtained of the position and forces of the rebels in the neighbourhood of Fairfax court House. A. ,. Accounts from the other ride of the River represent All quiet. Col. Friedmann was to Day authorized by the War department to raise another regiment of cavalry and a letter from the assist ont Secretary of War was sent to gov. Curtin in furtherance of that object a later from Edwards ferry. Approach of the Rehels Force. In Large our troops withdrawn to Maryland Edward s Feeby oct. 24. Yesterday on learning that a Large Force of the enemy were approaching and had arrived at two Points above and below in the immediate Vicinity of the ferry it was judged advisable to withdraw our troops from the Virginia Shore both at Edwards ferry and Harrison Island. This was rendered the More necessary from a the High stage of the water and the prevalence of a Gale which male it a matter of impossibility to throw Over a sufficient Force to make our positions there perfectly secure from a general attack. The forces at Harrison a Island were removed first in the face of and unmolested by a Large body of the enemy who wisely perhaps forbore to make any demonstration. Gen. Stone commanded the division opposite Edwards ferry and removed them during the tempestuous storm in the night with Gen. Stone was among the last to leave the Shore and no Accident whatever occurred. The numbers of the enemy Are not known to outsiders but it is inferred that they had Between 18,000 and 30,000. Their positions were in dangerous proximity to the ferry and a night attack would have been disastrous to on Small numbers there. This morning none of their encampments or troops Are visible except perhaps a Soldier occasionally passing along the roads through the opening of the forests. Later from Missouri. We have at length an official statement of the casual cities to on men in the Battle of balls Bluff which amount to 620, of whom they were 79 killed 141 wounded and 400 missing. The officers and men behaved with extraordinary courage a Dafter exhausting their ammunition threw their arms into the River to prevent their falling into the hands of the enemy. / markets by table graph. Philadelphia 123,716 Gen. Pei0e in full Retreat. Movements of the Federal army. The Bebel Brice compelled to fight or surrender. Philadelphia oct. 26. Flour is quiet at $5 87i@6 Sofo superfine. Inspections for the week amount to2m01hhls. The demand for wheat has men off 6000 red sold at $1 s0@1 32 and White at $1 48� 50. Com is Dull and lower Rall of 1w0 bus. At 62$c. Mess pork steadyat$15 5 60. Lard firm at 9jc. Whiskey Dull at 21 j@22c. New Tork markets. New took oct. 25.-fiout Tow 10,600 bbl. Wheat declining a Des bus. At $1 20 for Chicago Spring 81 22�1 24 for Milwaukee club and $1 30@1 35 for Bra. Com declining sales 90,000 bus. At 58@68� for mixed. Provisions quiet and unchanged. Whisky Dull at 20�20jc. Receipt of a Long 24,623 bbl wheat 279,387 bus. Bushels. New York Stock Market. New Yoke oct. 25.�?stocks Are lower o. Amp a a. I., 6u Illinois Central b. A 65j Illinois Central Bonds 88 Michigan Southern 38$ n. Y Central 77f beading. 36 Missouri 6s, 43a Illinois coupons 1879, 82j u. S. 6b, 1874, 88� u. S. 6s, 1862, 96$. A. A in i a a Pennsyl Vania is in the name and by the authority of the common wealth of Pennsylvania Andrew g. Curare goo error of said Commonwealth. Proclamation. Whereas every Good gift is from above and comes Down to us from the almighty to whom it is meet right and the Bounden duty of every people to Render thanks for his mercies therefore i Andrew g. Curtin governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania do recommend to the people of this Commonwealth that they set apart thursday 28th of november next As a Day of solemn thanksgiving to god for having prepared on com and watered our furrows and blessed the labors of the Husbandman and crowned the year with his goodness in the increase of the ground and the gathering in of the fruits thereof so that on bams Are filled with plenty and for having looked favourably on this Commonwealth and strengthened the bars of her Gates and blessed the children within her and made men to be of one mind and preserved peace in her Borden beseeching him also on behalf of these United states that our beloved country May have deliverance from these great and apparent dangers wherewith she is composed and that the Loyal men now battling in the Field for life May have their arms made Strong and their blows heavy and May be shielded by his divine Power and that he will mercifully still the outrage of perverse violent unruly and rebellions people and make them clean hearts and renew a right spirit within them and give them Grace that the1 May see the error of their ways and bring Foitl fruits meet for repentance and hereafter in All godliness and honesty obediently walk in his holy commandments and in submission to the just and Manifest authority of the Republic so that we leading a quiet and peaceable life May continually offer Unte him our sacrifice of Praise and thanksgiving a Given under my hand and the great Seal of the state at Harrisburg this sixteenth Day of october in the year of on lord one thousand right Hundred and sixty ode and of the Commonwealth the righty sixth. A. G. Curtin. By Era gov Bonok Eli Seok Secretary of the Commonwealth. Jutro Bunirt t8tmfnts. Darlings Uve regulator life bitters a re Dure vegetable extract. They a .11 Bijou a a Tordera of the human system a Jya in Vigo rate the liver and Kinder. Organ they regulate the a to. Do a Darling s liver regulator to re Sorra Tilo in the Vila Organ it i a Superior family Medicine much better then pills and meet Raptor Totok Darling s life bitters 1# a Superior tonic and diuretic excellent in use of is Mattie Aslou Leney female a a knew Irre Gutan is a in bin i Side and ural wind. Protu hug and Quot bleeding pile us general debility. Mui it rns following testimony a Jas a Brynly me client 1m Fulton Al ,auum18.lm0 a i Afi Fried Ullh pm be comp did a Ltd bleeding the Lea to be year. I Orad Darlings liver inv Gobaton aha use hitters and now of Nolder myself Ornar Hon. John a. Orosi write Brt klan my cult la in the Spring of itts i Teok a severe raid which morn. De a violent fever. I look iwo does of Darling s liter regulator. Ii broke up my cold and fever at once. Prev look to this a quote i has been troubled with dyspepsia several months i bars Leit nothing of it i piddly. Seq. 12s a set ssh Street n y., writes a August 12.1b60�?i had a difficulty with kidney Orn do Alt three years a Ltd Contact pain in the a mall of my Back i had Osad most All kinds o me Didora hot found no permanent Relief until f used Darlings liver inv Gobaton on life bitters. I Pease clotted blood by the urethra. I am now entirely cored end take pleasure la Reno unending to base mrs. C. Tebow u Christopher Street h. A writes a feb As 1w0.�?i have been Aube cd to attacks of asthma the last Twenty years. I have never fend anything equal to. Darlings liver regulator in affording immediate Rattet it is a thorough user and bilious lira. Young of Brooklyn write a february so 18do. In key last 1 Bada severe attack of plies Bloh con lined me to the Bouse. I took one bottle of Darlings life bitters and was entirely cured. 1 have bad no attack since a d. Westervelt Esq of 8ooih 6th, near 8th Street Williamsburg l. I., writes a August 6, i860.�?raving Boan troubled with a difficulty in tho Ivor. And Aube not to bilious attacks i was advised by a Friend to try Darlings liver regulator i did so Aud found it to operate admirably removing the bile and arousing the liver to not Ivlev. I have also used Liana family Medicine. When our Oil Ydreo Ara oot of Forte we give them a a. I Bod it meets the a Bebel Camp broken up. Seventeen rebels killed a Large number wounded and ninety prisoners taken. St. Louis oct. 25. A gentleman from Gen. Sigels advanced Post reports that the rebels under Gen. Price had left Cedar county and were retreating towards Greenfield Dake county. Gen. Sigels Advance guard was near Bolivar on tuesday evening and Bis main body at Quincy. Gen. Lanes forces were at Osceola and Gen. Sturgis Sentire command one Days March behind. Gen Sigels was about As South As Gen. Price but some Twenty five Miles evidently aiming at Springfield to Cut off his Retreat South while Gen. Lane was Only two Days March North of him. Gen. Fremont and staff were at the Pomme ditto River in route for Quincey. Generals Hunters and Mckinstry a divisions were marching on Leesville via Sedalia and col. Asboth was at Bridge Over the Osage River at Warsaw was completed and the troops were crossing it on wednesday last. It is a trestle work Ani not a Pontoon Bridge. The general belief among the officers at Warsaw was that Price would not get away but would be compelled to fight or surrender. A detachment of u. S. Cavalry broke up a rebel Camp at Buffalo Mills ten Miles from Cole Camp Creek on tuesday night killing 17, wounding a Large number and taking 90 prisoners a number of horses and 22 wagons. From fortress Monroe. The Fleet preparing to move. Fotr bib Monbo via Baltimore oct. 24. J the weather has been most favourable for completing the enormous preparations for the movement of the Fleet now assembled Here. All the armed vessels and transports have probably arrived Here and Hampton roads presents especially at night a magnificent appearance. The Steamer Spaulding will not leave for Hatteras before monday. Latee from Missouri. Fight in Carrol county the rebels routed. St. Louis oot. 24. Col. Morgan with two Hundred and Twenty men of the eighteenth Missouri regiment and two pieces of artillery had a fight with some four Hundred rebels on big Hurricane Creek Carrol county last saturday killing fourteen taking eight prisoners and patting the balance to flight. Col Morgan had fourteen wounded. Nero 3u>dcrtisemtnts. Shoes Attar action. I he entire Stock of boots and shoes of 1 late o. Bellman 4ec�?Td, will be sold without Reserve at auction at Bis shoe store in Market Square Beloi amp a on saturday evening october 26th, inst., at 7 o clock p. M. W. Babr cct25-d3t auctioneer. For farm now occupied by John Loban adjoining Camp Curtin. Poe sea bion Given on the first of april next. Oct2& George w. Porter. Co Alii Coal $3, and $2 26 per ton of 2,000 lbs. O. D. Forster office no. 74, Market Street Yard on the anal foot or North Street wholesale and re taildeaerln2a�fgj22gjv Wilk Sbarro Lyk Juns Vallet 8unbvry and Broad 10p Coal. Phan Lieb and dealers May rely upon obtaining a first Raie a Uncle and fail weight at the lowest rates. Orders promptly attended to. A Liberal discount made to purchasers paying for the ordered. Present Price 3 and $2 35 per ton. Harrisburg oct. �?~25.�?-d3m_ gunners take notice. Notice is hereby Given to All persons not to trespass from and after till Date a a the premises of the undersigned situated la South Hanover township a Anphin county fa., or they will he dealt with according to Law. A a a George t. Hummel Henry k. Roads Michael Ober filase Brown Tnomas Oliviae Quot _ Jacob re gel David pass Peter Herat Simon p. Roads. South he Hook a township oct. 26,18sl-dltw2t take notice that we have recently added to our Al ready fall Block of soaks la Kommatis Harikal Al Mono _ la banana. Of perfumery for Tom Handke Chiep turkish essence Oder of Musk Lubing a essence bouquet. For the hair eau lust ale Cryl Tauzer Poma Tum. My bulk and Violet Poma Tum. For the Cohu Bohon talc of Venile Rose Leaf powder new mown Hay Fowler Blanc de be soles of soaps Bazinas finest Moss Rose. Benzoin upper ten Violet new mown Hay jockey Cutter having the largest Stock and Best assortment of toilet articles we fancy that we Are better Able than of Cem. Petors to get of a Complete toilet set at any Price desired. Cd Landsee. Always on hand a fresh Stock of drugs. Medi Cines chemicals ac., consequent of on receiving almost daily additions thereto. Keller a drug and fancy store 91 Market Street two doors East of fourth stat South Side. Flags i flags 1 vote paper and envelopes with Nufo a designs Lettish paper with a View of la. City o. Harris a org. Prmt cd and for Sale at Boh Elferis Book Stuht p new i the Herri Burf Brid a. Few drops and it sets them All Light general wan if of the stomach Ana Bow if Yoa need either or both of these most excellent remedies inquire for them at the stores if Yoa do not find cum take no other but enclose of it Dollar in s latter and on receipt of the Omaej the remedy or remedies will be cent according to your d rect a by or express Post paid. Address Dahl s. Darling. 102 Nassau Street. New Tork. Put no in 50 cent and $1 Attela each. Oct24-d6m a e8tray, red and White cow having a Bell to around her need name to the premises of a it. Law Deral Ned Thia Day. The owner is req Urales to Call prove property pay charges and take her away or she will be sold too Oorlog to Law. Harrisburg oct a 1861.�?d3t John Loban. Removal. Thuc. Do Scriber would respectfully inform the Public that he a removed his plumbing and Brasa founding establishment to no. 22 sooth third Street below Barros hotel. Thankful for past Pat tronaas he Hopes by strict attention to business to omit a continuance of us apl2dtf_ i. Jqne9. Select schools for boys and girls front Street above Locust. The fall term of Robert my Elwes cd school tor Hoys on the first monday in september. The room is Well ventilated comfortably furnished and in every respect adapted tor school Par pesos. Catharine he Elk bks a school for girls locals i n the same Bull Din will open for the fail term at the same time. The room has been elegantly fitted of to Rometo he health and Comfort of scholars. Ang224tf f spiced Salmon 11 irese and very delicate. In 1.26 up neatly in five Pound Oma. We. Dock jr.,co. C. O. Zimmerman Barking Stock Bill and collecting epic has been removed from no. 28 second Otto no. 130 Market 8treet Harrisburg a. Treasury notes taken at Par. 8ep24dtf a new and Fine Assoc then of ladies travelling and shop Jpn Ink bags at All Priora for kale at Borg need a cheap Bookstore. _ 1 Market Gore. Scheffers Book. >1ab the Bridge Union envelop a note paper of Bix different Dei printed in two Elora sold by the thous. By the roam at City Rosah paces. Also flags onion breast pins esd. Onto and badges at very Low prices. Call at a by to uses or s bog Kobti our newly replenished Stock of t and fancy goods is unsurpassed in this Cit reeling confident of rendering satisfaction to won pet Felly invite a Call. Keu Side a a a atree>lw0 doors oat off fourth Street removal. The subscriber has removed plumbing and brass i Street to fourth Street Ata Arkel Odd my sex Ohn Reh. Thankful to Prat Patrosh la he a ration t. Bad less to Merit a of Nionna of it May Wilna we. Pairs c. X. sole agent Mithelle a poisoned 1 to Poison crows bats a causing them to die on 7 Ocie Diw air tooth. Nail. Cloth h Kral Ajse mrs Stair Al lax a Quot flaws \

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