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ednestiny Morning, August 28, 1801.
THE CITY SURVEY.—At, Court on Monday, in
the matter of the report of the Commissioners
sprointeLl to survey and lay out streets, Stc., in
the City of tlarrisburg, on motion of Juo. C.
Kunkel, Esq., the time for filing exceptions to
said report was extended to the 3d day of Sep
Tile SECESSIONISTS, Carson, Kelly and Pegrem,
who were arrested in this city last Wednesday,
had a further hearing before United States Com
missioner Haeziet in Philadelphia last Saturday,
and will, it is said, on taking the oath of alle
gialio., be discharged. Carson owns and occu
pies Montpelier, the old residence of President
Madison in Virginia. Kelly is Carson's travel
in.; agent, and the letters in his possession de
tailed private bank business.
Toe MAYOR 18 almost daily in the receipt of
anonymous communications referring to cer
tain violations of the law, the existence of nui
sances, or some other evils which the writers
Ll.,lre to have remedied by magisterial inter
feteuutta Of course the Mayor can pay no at ,
t, ittion whatever to these appeals, however de
ing of attention some of diem may be. His
ditties as a m agistrate is plainly marked outby
11, law, and he can only act in the premises
w i, ll tLe proper information is made to him
wit the oath or affirmation of the party
Elm's or ltiass.—We refer sportsmen to the
,11ifiving prori,iollS Of an Act passed for the
pi ~tt ction of the birds, on the 14th of April,
Any person destroying or entrapping
blue bird, swallow, martin, or inseetiver
, Litt, at any season of the year, is liable to
ssr of two dollars in each case. Pheasants
pioteeted from the Ist of January to the Ist
ptember. Woodcock from the date first
mimed to the 4th of July, and partridges
:il,,liabbits from the same date until the Ist of
tl• lobes : the penalty in the above cases being
1;1, .1011ars. Rail and Reed birds have been an
from Juno Ist to September Ist under
what sum of five dollars, and those guilty of
.1. • , troying the nests or eggs of the birds men
will upon conviction be fined two dol
lm, in each case..
A NEW VEO MOLE .—There has lately been
at several meetings of the Royal Hor
ti Society, a new vegetable, which
to become a permanent institution
;eninig kitchen garden crops. It is a cabbage
hi the form of Brussel's sprouts. The stem is
;11 , .a1t a foot high, bearing on its summit a good
heatted cabbage of the ordinary character;
but the stem is covered with small cabbages
about the size of a small dessert apple, and
these when cooked form an excellent dish, par
of the flavor of a nice summer cabbage,
and without the strong Savoy flavor which dis
tinguishes the Brussel's sprouts. The merit of
producing this variety is due to Mr. Wm. Mel
ville, Dahnenvy Park Gardens, near Edinburg,
and a very good name to distinguish it would
be to call it the Dalmeny sprout.
Pinau—Before the Mayor. —John Dugle----
rough-hewed vagram, whose dilapidated gar
ments looked for all the world as if they had
previously done duty as a "scare-crow" in a
corn field—was arraigned for drunkenness and
disorderly conduct. John had evidently been
imbibing fighting whisky, and felt numerous
enough to lick all creation. Ho was sent across
the way for 48 hours.
James Suomiler another hard looking
".Trunk"—auswered the roll call. James was
tame reserved in his manners, and being on
Lk "first appearance," the Mayor discharged
him with an injunction to leave the city forth
John Cole and Ben Smith were arrested on a
J•'egraphic dispatch from the authorities at
carlisle. The charge against them was of no
lions nature, and upon a conference with
ti . plaintiff they were discharged.
Turas is something devilish in the curiosity
haul has to gaze on accident and death. Let it
U e known that somebody has been drowned, and
frowds will rush to the spot, breathless, lest
I hey should arrive too late to see the appalling
si , ectaele of death. They do not come there for
the sake of rendering assistance ; it is but for
I he curiosity of seeing a drowned human being,
snd that they may gossip about it to all their
mends. The declining or decaying politician
understands this principle, or weakness. Ile
does not stand up in his place and abuse and
traduce honest men because he believes he can
may injure them. Nor does he conceal his
”wri short•coluing,s, by pointing to one of his
fellows, awl insinuating that if the world only
knew what some people had done, how indig
lat that abused world might be. By no means.
lie is in his last gasps. Ile finds the current is '
too strung for him ; he must go down, and he
dreads to sink sinless somebody is aware of his
fate, fearful that lie may not be gazed upon
after the final throe. hatever may be the
morbid appetite of folks } to look upon death,
there are no well authenticated instances of po
litical tricksters causing such a sensation. They
wallo w , and grovel, and h&c, like the swine,
and around a defunct hog only birds of foul
appetites assemble. So, impudent, brazen place
man, seek no longer to create the curiosity
which a drowned body excites. The crowds
who saw your name on the dead walls long ag o ,
remember you by your shuffling. Th e um ,
phisticated whose aid gave you notoriety and
position, have had the Sint removed from their
eyes, and care not now to have it giozing over
your's forever. The fact that they were the
subject of deceit is painful enough, without the
additional disgust of witnessing the close of a
miserable and hypocritical career. Wherefore
have done with harangues, imputations and
specious declamation. Every effort Must tail-
Like every other time-server, you must, in the
course things, become of no consequencewhatever of .
crowner would hold his iftrest
on a masa of refuse! “10
Cerra PROCEEDINGS.—COM . vs. Wm. Weav,r,
larceny on oath of D. W. Gross & Co., tried
en Monday. Defendant plead guilty, and sub
mits, &c. The particulars of this case have al
ready been published in the TELEGRAPH.
Com. vs. John Lee, (colored,) tried on Monday,
larceny of a watch, on the oath of Jno. Midlem.
Corn. vs Eliza M'Gnrk, keeping a disorderly
house. On oath of Ann - Eliza Vanriper. Not
guilty, defendant for costs.
Corn. vs. Jacob Gruber, Robert M'Neal and
John P. Shindle, rape, tried on Monday. Not
The grand jury on Monday ignored the follow
ing bills :
Com. vs. Peter Enders, furnishing liquor to
minors, on oath of John Bowerman.
Corn. vs. Ann Collins and John Eidiman, lar
ceny, on oath of Samuel S. Cole.
Com. vs. Sergeant Bryant, larceny, on oath
of John M'Uranaghen.
Com. vs. Sergeant Bryant, Thos. 'MS and
Robert Wilson, riot, on oath of Moses Fleck.—
County for costs.
Coin. vs. same, riot, on oath of John M'Grana
gben. Plaintiff for costs.
Com. vs. Jacob Wade and Nelson Wade, lar
ceny, on oath of Samuel Wareham.
The following cases were continued on Monday:
Corn. vs. Sarah Price.
Cqm. vs. Catharine Buffington.
Cora. vs. Moss & M'Cord.
Corn. vs. T. P. Mouse and Harriet Manse.
Coin. vs. Ann Seagraves.
Corn. vs. Ann Reager.
Cora. vs. Rebecca Skiers.
Corn. vs. Nathaniel A. Sutton.
1b days Proceedings.—The following bills were
ignored yesterday morning by the grand jury :
Corn. vs. Catharine Buffington, assault and
Corn. vs. Evalina White, larceny.
Corn. vs. Evalina White, larceny.
Com. vs. do do do
Com. vs. Mary E. Fease, larceny.
Com. vs. Jno. Martin, assault and battery
Com. vs. Mary Bane, &mann and battery.
Om. vs. Tno. Bummers, larceny.
The grand jury have found the following true
Corn. vs. Adam Erb, selling liquor to minors.
Com. vs. Joseph Lewis, larceny of a breast
Corn. vs. Geo. W. Boyer, larceny of a receipt
from Adams Express.
Corn. vs. Samuel Danner, larceny of a pair of
Com. vs. Joseph Hochiander, larceny of 77
bushels of wheat.
Com. vs. John Freeze, maintaining a nuisance
in Chestnut street.
Corn. vs. Catharine Allen and Mary Main,
I Com. vs. Elizabeth Jones, disorderly house.
Corn. vs. Eliza Foster, disorderly house.
The following cases were continued :
Corn. vs. Jno. Lewis Beebing, larceny, on
oath of J. D. Hoffman.
Corn. vs. Marcus Gumbertz, larceny, on oath
of Ludwick Feldman.
Corn. vs. Marcus Gumbertz, assault and bat
tery, on oath of Rudolph . Feldman.
Corn. vs. Rudolph Feldman, larceny, &c., on
oath of Marcus Gumbertz.
Com. vs. Samuel Wright and Wm. M'Kis
sick, assault and battery.
Com. vs. Samuel Freeburn, selling liquor il
Com. vs. Richard Carter, larceny.
Corn. vs. Richard Carter, larceny.
Corn. vs. Levi G. Huber, disorderly house.
The following cases were tried :
Com. vs. Thos. Anderson, larceny, on oath of
Daniel Rocker. Plead guilty and submitted.
Corn. vs. Wm. Bryant, assault and battery,
on oath of Isaac Nt'Guire. Plead guilty, and
fined one dollar and ct sta.
Cora. vs. Catharine Rittenhouse, Emily Rit
tenhouse and Rebecca Ritenhouse, bawdy
house, on oath of Charles Davis. Jury out
at 3 o'clock P. M., when our report closed.
DISCIPLINS IN nut Aaisy.—He who is in
tractable to discipline, lacks the first element
of the true soldier's character. He is worthless,
and worse than worthless in an army, because
ho cannot be made a consistent and organic
part of the army. He may be brave—he may
be a perfect fury in a fight ; but it will be only
by accident if his valor so conspires with that of
his comrades as to help them. The army is
better without him. For the integrity and re
liableness of the army, the sooner every such
man in it is discharged, or is killed, the better.
One of the worst dangers in our grand volun
teer army is, that the soldiers will not soon
enough be conscious of the value and necessity
of thorough discipline, and that the officers will
not have the nerve to enforce it. Courage, en
thusiasm, determination, every element of en
ergy, they have in abundance. But such energy
undisciplined is like that of an accidentally ex
ploding magazine, as likely, at least, to do
harm as to do good. Only by discipline can it
be like the powder beneath the bullet, in a well
aimed gun, sure to its appointed work irresista
Soldiers, be patient. Restrain your zeal.—
Hold yourselves obedient to the government
you mean to save. Trust the great commander
to whom you and your officers are subject_—
Improve all your time and all your opportuni
ties in acquiring the most perfect discipline.
Doubt not that you will thus, and thus only,
become the irresistable army that your country
needs, to overpower this gigantic rebellion.
Officen, while you set the example of prompt
obedience and complete subjection to your supe
riors, be fearless and strict in enforcing good
discipline upon all under your authority. The
soldiers themselves will, in the long run, be INA
Pleased with this. Whatever may appear to be
their preference in their hours of temporary res
tiveness, they will move to the battle most
• fearlessly under the lead of officers whom tbey
know to be kind and fraternal in their feelings,
yet consciously rigid in discipline. School boys
best love those teachers, and soldiers best love
those commanders, whom they would not dare
disobey. Wo to the enemy against whom such
4=B lead such soldiers as their kind, firm dis
cipline Wrist Happy the country whom such
an army deirinds.
prunovluania Wait (Irelegrapft, tUebnesbctp 91uguet-28,-
WHEN you see a young man not ashamed to
carry a parcel along the streets, you can make
up your mind that, with half a chance, he will
come to something.
MILLS STARTING Ur.—The Narragansel Valley
has heard of preparations making to start up
several of the cotton mills in that vicinity which
have been standing still for a time past. The
manufacture of cloth for the army is to he the
The Lehigh Valley Times says that a wild ani
mal—a panther, wild cat or something of the
kind, has been seen on Lehigh Mountain. It
has scared the people of the neighborhood con
siderably, and expeditions of hunters have been
fitted out to capture it, but unsuccessful thus
WE atm, attention to the request of the
President of the Dauphin County Bible Society,
auxiliary to the State Society, to be found in our
issue of to-day, and trust his efforts to make
Dauphin the banner county may be realized. We
understand the next annual meeting will be held
at Halifax in the month of November.
CAPT. WATERBURY'S COMPANY.—The roll of
Capt. Isaac S. Waterbury's company now con
tains 85 names, fifty-five of whom answered to
their names at roll-call yesterday morning. The
company are pleasantly quartered at Camp
Cameron, and seem to take on to camp life like
old "campaigners." The Captain desires all
his men to be at the camp at 8 o'clock pre
cisely this morning.
SEASON .BU REClPE.—Fricaseed corn is an ex
cellent dish, and just now in season. To make
it, cut green corn off the the cobb ; put it in a
pot, and just cover it with water ; let it boil
one-half hour ; mix a spoonful of flour with
one-half pint of rich milk, pepper, salt, parsely,
thyme, and a piece of butter ; let it boil a few
minutes, and take it up in a deep dish. Corn
will do to cook in this way when too old to boil
on the tub.
HA 1311ISBURG FEMALE SEMINARY. The fall
term of this popular institution will commence
on Wednesday September 4. Under the able ad
ministration of Miss S. E. Dixon, the Semina
ry has attained the reputation of being among
the very best institution in the State for the
education of young ladies. For the coming
fall term the services of the most talented and ca
pable teachers have been secured who will spare
no pains in promoting the welfare of the pupils
in their charge. The Seminary deserves an ex
RAILROAD COLLVION.—The other day two
freight trains, drawn by engines No. 1 and 32,
came in collision near Emigsville, four miles
north of York. Both engines were considera
bly injured, besides a number of cars. The
wreck completely blocked up the road, and
passengers were obliged to change cars at York
in order to proceed on their journey. The
road was not cleared until the following day.
We understand that the smash up was the re
sult of carelessness on the part of one of the
conductors, who was running his train out of
time when the collision occurred.
"Tug OLD Womax." —We heard a young
man who has turned his second corner in life—
as he was smoking a cheap cigar on the street
the other night, speaking to some noisy com
rades to the effect that he did not " care any
thing about the old woman."
Occasionally we have heard such remarks,
and without professing more than ordinary ven
eration for sacred things, we protestin the name
of manhood or boyhood against the intolerable
Young man, it might have seemed a brave
assertion to you, and the phrase might have
sounded "smart" to those who heard it ; but
do you not know that, in point of worldly wis
dom, even, you are still a child, beside the sa
cred character you so flippantly denominate
"The old woman ? "
When life is shorn of the cares and curses
that rests lightly, perhaps, around your path
way now, and you are called to half realize the
tone of such a thought, you will shrink from
it, and sorrtw over it. Don't do that again.
Peosrzerrx Is COMING.—We are going to be
prosperous yet, in spite of the war. The prey
ent stagnation of trade and enterprise is owing
to a panic among business men ; and that panic
arises from an exaggerated apprehension of the
disasterous effects of a national conflict upon
the money market. But, as the enormous sums
of money expended in the war are distributed
among our own citizens ; as the gold and silver
still remain in the country ; as millions of dol
lars in United States treasury notes are about
to find their way into the channels of trade—
inflating the currency, and stirring np the dor
mant spirit of enterprise into activity—this
panic will soon cease. There will be no excuse
for it. Money will be too abundant to permit
us to feel an unusual alarm. Business will
graduglly awake from its lethargy. A national
bankrupt law, to be passed next winter, will
let lease. thousands of stirring and original
minds into the walks of life, which, hitherto,
have been manacled to indolence by ancient
misfortunes. Who can over-estimate the won
derful effect upon a "nation of shopkeepers" of
three such inspiring events, viz : a restoration
of confidence, a judicious inflation of the mone
tary field, and a discreet removal of the bonds
that now tie up the energies of the unfortunate ?
Mu. CH EM will serve up at the Buehler
House Restaurant this evening the following
bill of fare : Deviled Crabs, Boiled Crabs, Tur
tle Soup, Barbacued Chicken, Oysters in every
style, together with all the delicacies of the
Daerritto SOLDILBS.-It is rumored this morn
ing that the government has commenced draft
ing. This will be of great advantage to that
portion of our community who have not been
able to make up their minds to go to war,
while we feel convinced that our friends may
be persuaded to let us go. We fear that some
might suffer in our absence; to all those we say
come at once to the cheap dry goods store of
Urich & Bowman, corner of Front and Market
HAVING returned from the city I now have on
hand a full assortment of all kinds of Dry
Goods : 200 pieces of new Calicos ; 200 dozen
of Stockings ; a splendid lot of Black Alapacha;
a large lot of Hoop Skirts; 1,000 yards of Crash
for Toweling. All kinds of Summer Dress:
Goods at great reduction. S. Law:,
Rhoads' Old Cornea% •
DAUPHIN COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY.
The secretaries of the several town and town
ship societies, auxiliary to the coutty society,
are respectfully reminded that the period has
arrived when it was recommended, at the last
annual meeting, collections in aid of its funds
should be made.
It is earnestly desired that Dauphin should
be the banner county of the State in this good
cause—a result nearly attained last year with
out extraordinary effort. The great demand
on the parent society for Bibles to supply the
soldiers of the army mince our last meeting,
calls fur more than ordinary effort on the part
of auxiliaries at this time. It has been found
that the appointment of a committee of ladies
in each district to call upon every citizen to
contribute their mite, has in the past proved
very successful, and that course is now recom
mended. A. 0. HISETKR,
Pres't Dauphin Co. Bible Society.
Estherton, Aug. 27, 1861.
OPENING OF SPRING AND SUMMER
Blank and Second Mourning
DRESS GOODS, &C.
English Rep. Mourning silks,
plain Black Foulards,
Blank aid While Dress and Foulard SI
Purple end Bleep
Lupin's Crepe Tammataus,
6-4 11011968/AlO.B Inel.llra,
Pent Cloth , (new article),
Lupins Extra Alpacas,
Neopolltan Silks and new goode,
KW, and Plinth. All WWI
White tura Lilac. all Woul I &slues,
Emellue Cloth., • hank,. Del does, Cashmeres,
Mohair., Parisi.nnes, Silk Warp lovelies, Lupin's
S. S. BOMtwalties, 8.4 Crepe Ve Waage, Camels
Bair Luaire, now goods, PrenuhOinghiunP, splendid
stylep, English Chintzes, Domestic Ginghams, ilk
Warps I (lain Black Challis, Lupiit's Grenadines,
Croton Cloths, &cc
Our shdca of all kinds of Olth'aS Goool l 0 aisea
and BecOnd Mourning, was never more coinplete
than now, or price more Avorable to pure h avers,
Lupin'e square Ihiobet Shawls,
Caehmere Square Shawls,
Luidn's Long Ihlbbet
emend Mourning Shawls,
English Crepe Veils, (Avery size,)
tibroutliag Cashmere , Shred-Aug Flannels, Black
Borderul llaridkerehiat, Silk Hosiery: Black and
Grey ciaeutletta, Black Gloves, tall kin is,) Black
lied ...cad Colored Hosiery, Plain Black Ribbons.
.t large stuck of anglish Crepe, Collars mid Sleeves,
New at ies if Second Mourning Sleeves and Collars,
Notwitir , tandlug toe dlMcultiea lu securing a full
aa-ortmeut in ibis departaient,we are confident our
friends and lb. piddle cannot fail to be pleased.—
Fur styles, make a , d prLes We can fairly comings
with tiny of the larger esziblishmeuts In the east.
ere cities CA reCART & BROTHER,
No. '4 Market Square,
Neat door to the 11/washers Bank.
W A. CATIIC.Akt. T. L. earache; .1 it.
JUIT PUI3LIB El
A MANUA I
MILITARY SUILti RY
HINTS ON ['HE EMERGE:N(IIK,,
Field, Camp, and Hospital Praotioe,
S. D. GROSS, M. 0
PROVICSISCIR .011 NONGIieIT IN 11111 . /IFFIENON NIDIOILL 0011101
for sale at BERGNWR'S CHB -if' BOOKSTOM.
Select Schools for Boys and Girls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
t‘HE Fall term of ROBERT M'ELWEE'S
L Echool for boys, will open on the first Monday in
September. fb • room is well ventilated, comfortably
furnished, and in every respect adapted for sot 001 pur
CaTILIIIINMWELWRIt'd Fohool for girls, located In
the same building, will open for the Fail term at the mune
time. The room ha, been elegantly tided up to promote
the health and comfort of sobulars. aug22d-f
SOHEFFER'S BOOK STORE 1
(Near the Harrisburg Bridge.)
$1 Q) JUST REOSIVNID (row the
I.4,4 d iej• olds a !atoll tine 4205114.111NC1 AL NUM
Al'hat, wawa we will sell at $1.25 per rem
Stil.ttd per ream for NOTE PA. Kit, decorated with
We latest and very handsoato omb.emt uad 'motion
413.50 for 1000 WHITo: ENVFLOPS.I3, with ustbual sud
patriotic emblems, printed lo two colors.
?lease give as a call. Vast/ an,
GILT FRAMES I GILT FRAMES I
CARVER AND GILDER,
Looking Glass and Picture Frames,
Gat and Rosewood Mouldings Asc.
French Mirrors, Square and Oval Portrait
Frames of every description.
GLD FRAMES RE.GILT TO NEW.
110 P UTTER (good, sweet and fre.ll) iu one
1 _II pound rol4 , and fratt S(408 to /largo 'Hod small
quautliles taken et all swum and caSh paid or groceHe
given to eacham4e. Regular market mus always paid.
Wat. DOCK, Jlt., & CO.
augl9 Opposite the Court louse.
SPICED§A.L.MON I 1:
FRt-i AND irEalt DELICATE. put:
Mup neatly in five i.ouud tine.
/e 25. WM. DOCK, Jr., ado.
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING.
r I SHE vast amount of property destroyed
annually by Lightning aught to be a warning to
property holders to secure their buildings. Ad orders
far Lit/Inning Rods left at tha sun lon store of W. BARR,
will be attended to. Rude put up In the latict improved
la and r .rr Lined Paid d
OFFICE-THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,)
h'esidence, Chestnut street near Fourth.
MTV OP 11. 1 1111M811110, Plolol', l
ui) 12 JU
EIE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
1 is solicited to our very large saaortmeut of
Wittiatianres ran fttawidas of every size and quality.
Ots-re' Joust% Kw °Lasso, bast article manufat tared.
All the different kinds of•Wmra Gwyta
Lirgess almortmesit of Efoiosts it the city.
egsysm, z 4 usetsior.us, il.t.siocasesmons, Ready Beamed
Asa everytblut Is Gents' wear. at .
- CATEICA AT'S,
Nolo in th.• olank
Plat, RIIIII.IIIIN .
WASSOW FAT BSA"
WOOLS" P 14114, &a, &C.
-148, "r.. , fed 1... r., adl. Mt itie.lolrigt.6l:49 P2l i.
Nide . wm..mGca Al & CO, ..
CIDER 11 I VINEGAR !! !
*CM. trom , choice and selected Apples4 o , .„..
! and giwaoixd by us to best:kitty, pure
'!. ,' -• •• -•••-- - - ••,- -• ' , ilfat,:aoo!TiXektlO. it
Books for the Military 1
JUST RECIEVED AT BERVMBIS CHEAP
BOOKSIORE, No. 51 Market street.
II A !IDE L'S TACTICS.
Ride and Light Infantry Tactics, for the exer
cise and manoeuvres of Troops when acting as
Light Infantry or Riflemen. Prepared under
the direction of the War Department. By Bre
vet Lieutenant-Colonel W. J. HARDER, U. S.
Vol. I.—Schools of the Soldier and Company ;
Instructions for Skirmishers. Vol. ll.—School
of the Battalipp.: •
INSTROCTIO - 146 - FliggEo RTI RAY.
Prepared by a Board of Artillery Officers.—
One vol. Bvo. $2.50.
CoL. S. COOPER, Adjt.-Gen. U. S. A.
Sir :—The Light Artillery Board assembled
by Special Orders No. 134, of 1866, and Special
Orders No. 116, of 1858, has the honor to sub
mit a revised system of Light :Artillery Tactics
and Regulations recommended for that arm.
Will., H. FRENCH, Bt. Maj. Capt. First Artil-
WILLIAM F. BARRY, Captain First Artillery
HENRY J. HUNT, BL Maj. Capt. Second Ar
Published by order of the War Department.
First , Part—School of the Trooper ; of the Pla.
toon and of the Squadron Dismounted. Second
Part-:-of the Platoon and of the Squadron
Mounted Third • Part—Evolutions of a
Three vols. 113ttn 44.76. .
WAR IDTIPAIMCIMPSILINCIIIIN, -.-
Feb 0,1.841. f
The system of Cavalry Tactics adapted to the
organization of Dragoon reghnents having
been approved by the President of the United
Ste*, is now published for the government of
the said service.
Accordingly, instruction in, the same will be
given after the method pointed out therein ;
and all additions to, or departures from the ex
ercises and manceuvreslaid down in this syhtem
aro positively forbidden.
J. K POINSETT, Secretary of War.
Af'CLELLAN'S BAYONET EXERPISE,
Manual of Bayonet Exercises. Prepared for
the ruse of the Army of the United States. By
GEORGE B. WCLELLAN, Capt. First Regi
went Cavalry, U. S. A. Printed by order of
the' War Department.
One vol. 12mo. $1.25
EtRADQUANTERS oa xna Aamr,
WAsmtigroN, D. C., Dec. 81, 1851.
Hon. C. M. CONRAD, Secretary of. War.
Sir :—Herewith I have the honor to submit
a system of Bayonet Exercise translated from
French by Captain Geo. B. ld'Clellan, Corps,
Engineers, 11. S. Army.
I strongly recommend its being printed for
distribution to the Army ; and that it made, by
regulation, a part of the "System of Instruc
The inclosed extracts from reporta of the In
spector General, etc., show the value.
I have the honor to be, sir, with high respect,
your most; obedient servant,.
Approved. C. M. CONRAD, Secretary of War,
January 2, 1852.
R. JONES, Adjutant General.
Any of the above works forwarded by mail,
free of postage, on the receipt of the published
price. Remittance can be made in gold dollars
and postage stamps. Address
GRO. BERGNER, Ifi.itlihtirg, Pa.
BETWEEN NSW tusk
- • -•- Ss Doi vERPOuL.
N U fiIdBARKING PAS
ICIMITOWI , I, (Ireland.) the
or. 4nd Nitta&lphla Steamship company
talon spattutida: their . ; fun pOwere l2ydeMallt irup
14DINRIIRG, Saturday August 27 ; CITY WASHING
TON, August 31 ; GLASGOW, 2amptember 7; and every
Saturday at Noon, from Pier 44, mutt. R ver.
RATA O a4lB#ol.
SMSST °AMIN 31E,0L:801148AGE.... - .....530 510
do to London $BO 00 1 do to Loudon $3B 00
Steerage Return Twkeia, good for Six Month. $BO 000
Passengers forwarded to Peril, Havre. H.mberg, Bre
men, Rotterdam, Antwerp, at reduced ihroukh
iggir Persons wishin,z w Ming eutthalr triends can bu.
tickets here at the following rates, to New York From:
Usterpoot or Queenstown; lot Ciabin, $76, $B6 see $lO5.
StiSrage from iciverpool MO 00 from Queenstown,
These Steamers nave superior anoommoilattous 101'
pasitiangers, aud carry superhuman Surgeons. They are
built In Water-tight Iron Soc.tionv, sod have Patent Fire
Athibilistors on board.
ire miller Information apply In Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agenb 2 Wa'ar StreetJ Glasgow to WY.
INMAN, bet . EOOO4 ftetre ; 113 Queenstown to C. & R.
D. Stir MOON St CO. ; In London to BLVsS & MAcY, BI
klieg Wiloiem St. ; in Peri+ to •ULt/S DECOUE, 5 Place
de is Bourse '
• In Philadelphia to JOHN G. D ALE, in
Walnut street ; or at the Company's emcee.
JNO. O. DALE, Agent,
15 Broadway, New York.
Or 0. 0. Zimmerman.. Agent. Harrisburg.
r".1E113P.13.3113E1. 7 8
Loot Haviem, Jae= SHONE, WILL/AeVOll7, 511Thei
2.n WellifONTOW‘ /drum, LeWlBllOBO,
NOWIRIJUHAILLAND, 11111051; THSVOteION,
GIORGETOWSI, LTSENSSOWN, MILT-INS
BURG, Hamra:, DAITPHLY,
The Philadelphia Depot beln,t • entrally located the
Drayage will be at the lowest rates. A C inductor goes
through with each train to attend to the ade ieilvery of
all goods entrusted to the line Goods delivered 51 the
IFUED, WARD & YREND, No. 811 Mar. ea. Meet, Phila
delphia, by 5 trelpelc t'. M y will be ...livered in
Harrisburg the next morma
freight (aiw tys) as low as by mg other um
Particular attention paid Of thin line ivoinpt and
The undersigned thankful for past paw. , V a - kepi - 3 - s by
stria' attention to business to merit a con a uCO of the
same. T. Pale
Phlladelphl and hte Men
del7 •dram Feot of Market Hy ...I burg .
DR. T. J. MILES,
OFFERS his serviced to the oitizeue o
Harrisburg and its vicinity.i. .He solicits a shire o
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his best
endeavors shall be given to render satisractiou to his pro.
reemon. Being au old, well tried deu List, he feels tufo is
silting the public general!y to call on him, standup
ham that they will not be dissatisfied with hie services,
cite, No. 128 Market street., In the house formerly oc •
earined by lamb It. Eby, near the United Suites Hotel,
Harrisburg, Ps , tayS .11y
DIVING FEMALE COLLEGE.
'll.lllB Institution chattered with full col
, j legieux powers, will open its Fan Term on Wednes
day the 4th of September.
The atteut•on of Parents having daughters to educate
is espen• Icily invited to this Insitution For catalogues
address. A. la *An • IT,
„ OUR GOVERNMENT.”
4 1, 11ELE unity of Government, which eon•
j_ ant utes you one people, ia now dear to you."—
Wallington's Farewell Address. A nationality is men
tal to the enduring prosperity of our country. True Pa
triotism mast arise from knowledge. It is only a proper
understanding of our civil institutions that can induce
strong and settled attachment to their pritelpieS, and
inipart ability fur their maintenance.
"OUR lit/VERN SENT An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country," contalun the ,
tart - or the Constitution of the tidied States, and the Con
ittlunAnalA-proviskara el 'the severailltatasimughtig
Mitaliditti.andoonesoottoa, 48 dOternduatithY (taw
shot" prsoodent /Lod proOlioe,
Mite ....I -.4Ceic. , , cligtiated'and arritAged "
t Vti*.lo4 2 > l .ti .c 11 .6
itze-n ;:, , ,t,SW44k.
DANIEL KENDIG, of Middletown, of
fer; himself as a candidate for tbellrATE . MEWS
LATURE at the ensuing election, sub,fe.:t to the actlon;of
the People's County Convention. And pledges himself
to discharge the dunes or the °Mee tion-q.ly and faith.
FO a ASSEMBLY
DR. TROAIAS G. FOX, of Derry town
ehtp, °tiers liimiell as EL i•amitisie f.ir the STATE
URE at the ettsming tut j et lo th • ite
ton of ihe Comity Convention. promise , ,1
elected C.. distil, • rge the t. uli of the 001. e will fidelity
JC. YOUNG, o ff ers himself as a candl
• _lbw for th, offiae or Prothonotary &c., of
couuty . at the eu-uine elem ioa. lie chimges if . elected to
perform the duties or the office with ddetity.
A EittAtiAm U. KM ER, of East Hawg
v. r, offers Itinorif a-, a anti at • r ieeOl44llCS al
the e”sulog elootioo. sabit-ct to V cacao.) of 11, People's
County luevestloo. H.• pro m i s s tfele,tedto di ch
the du lee 01 the thee %%lib ti f lay
aug22 ‘I to
FOR ASSEM BL Y.
B. 6CIittEINER, of Graz. offers
• himself Ili a candidate for the sr :TI 1.1t.1ft,..5.
Mir at the ensuing election, Subject to the so lion of
theyeOple's Couuty Cone: bon He pn mi•es,
to di Gila. ge 'be duties of the "aloe with hdelity.
A. S. EVSTt.ii offers himself asa
,te for (heath:eat
awes entlan ts ettstauteana plod e 4 hia 1. puttion foe
attention 40 business aid guarantee W itt la WWI per
formance of its dunes, it elected
Illarik-borg, Augusta. lbe t. It.
'OR COUNTY TRNIASU it R.
ntNJAMIN Bl U 6, of Harrisburg, a
l) faro blmrelf en a I wield ate fur COU • TV Ni;a: 4 Utt
lin lake e awn* electloo t subtect to the aotto.i of the
PoOpl ie °entity Onivetri•io He proaitie , i if elected to
discharge the Males of the office With
FOit REG 1.81 . 143 it
Qt*MU6L M 114417 A ,of 1-13rrieburg
etrra himself as a e.an,:ld to f HElrt -Irk. It a' the
oh.ifing election Eab:eet to lho action et the ook's
Cour ty COL vention. Lie iltop.ISOS, if eleelel 10 disebarge
the dales of the.Nee w ith fidelity .
TO 'ME vo'rEw-ov I)A UPI" IN t:uG`'t' V.
FELLOW I'IZENB : I offer ot) sell as
tt (.I.tudid.:ta for County Tie...taw al the ensuing
eeetfon, subject tot he action of he Peoph• C way's Cork.
venlion. should Ibe s !Or, Mlle to b , .. CI, s ,d I le lee
dkelvtrge 0 Nt, fff,ty.
thOlphin, Ault 121011 -if*
TO THE INDEPNNIIENT NO I , NlitN
VoIEDS oh' DAUPHIN t NIT.
FW CITIZKNS—I offer myself as
1: a U 110.1.1 Independent c outldAte for tut , of Ku
&tilt of WillS 1 1 f 1 t0.i.h.0 ,outy. Sbuultl Ibe a , lor.
tet.at, AO to be elect u, I 110101,r 10 010:1.ar.0 duties
of tits office with flOolits -IN is
umunelitoute, July 31, 11±61-oltawtt:
J • h' tih ELit ND, of Halifax town
•, offers tut,. a cal.okinto 14r A V. t il.Y
At nr t e rnsulug election. e jest t, the net on of tho Peo
ple County Cony ntion. He promises I do. led 10 da
cha* the duties at the office with fidelity.
Universal Confidence & Patronage.
FOR STATESMEN, JUDGES, CLERGYMAN,
Ladled and Gentlemen, to alt yams or the world to-lug
the efildaey of Prof. 0 .1 Wood's Bair Rertorative
gentleman of the Prers are 111.111UilUtittl in it, pr Liia. A
few testimonials only can be here given ; ace circular r
more, and it will be Impo.tdbh for you to daunt.
47 Wall Street, Now Yong, Gec 20.11, 1858
Glincrussatt : Your note o. the 15 b toes. , has been re.
alerted, raying that you had heard that I bad been hone
flied by the uaa of Wood's Bair ktestoratit o, and request
log my certificate of the tout If I b d no -mjecnun in
1 award It to you cheertury, penalise 1 mbar it duo
JO pgo is about 50 years ; the color ni .u, tteir auburn.
autkii.elined to curl. Fome flee or dit ;,, ear- slime it oe.
gan'to turn gray, and the ....amp on w .. eer". ut my he d
to I e its sendiiiiiiy and dandruffto for.. r ' of it. Ree l .
of ese oisagreeabilitiea increased wan time, and about
fou momhs since a fourth WAS added to them, by hair
fall r g off the top of my head and threaten'ug to make
me ci bald.
I this unpleasant predicament, I was induced to try
W d's Hair Restinative, mainly to arrest We Filing
off fmy hair, for 1 had reaby no expectation that gray
hal could ever be restored to Its original color except
fro dyes. 1 wits, however, greatly enrols d to dud
r the use of tiro belles only, that not only was the
fall ng oft arrested, but the color was restored to the gray
ha A and sensibility to the scalp, and dandruff wised to
for on my bead, very much to the gratificidion of my
wisp, at wbme solicitation I was luduced to try it..
For this, among the many obligations I owe to her Pea,
I stiongly recommend all husbands who value the d
mlOtion of their w.v a to profit by my example, and
use t If growing gray or getting bast.
Very remedially, BEN A. LAVENDER
Top J. Wood fk Co., 444 Broadway, New York
$y family are absent worn the city, and 1 KM no long
er at No 11 Carrot place.
Siamaston, Ala , July 20th, 1959.
1 , 0 PR.) , O. J. ye lAD : I rear :Br ; Your "Hair Restore.
tiv "has done my hair an much good acme [commenced
tho Use of it, that I wish to make known to the PURIM
l's effects on the hair, which are great. 4 man or wo
malt may be nearly deprived of hair, and by a resort to
year "Bair Restorative, " the hair will return more
ifeimilul than ever ; at ea t this is my eXparictice
&Bete it all ! Yours truly,
P .3.—You eau publish the above if you like. By pub
lis4ing in our Southern ps.i.ers you will get wore 14U/00
age south. I see severs' of your certiflcaten •n the Ito
bile Mercury. a strong Southern paper.
WOOD'S HAIR REBTORATiVE
PROF 0. J. WOOD : ' year Sir : Raving had the mixfer
tut to luie the hest portion of my hair, from the effects
of he yellow fever, in New Orleans In 1851, I was in
ed to make a trial of your preparation, and found it
to newer as too very thing needed My hair is now
thi k and &meg, and no wards COO express my oblige
tlo a to you in giving to the afflicted such a Ire mare.
be Restorative Is put up in bottles of three eird) , , viz :
tar. e medium, and small ; the small holds ball a plot,
ah retails for one dollar per bottle ; the medium bolds
at east twenty per cent inure in rtoportion ti an 'be
s e 11, retails tor two dollars per bottle ; the la-ao be ode
aart, 40 per o-nt. more In proportion, and retails for
I. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors, 444 Broadway, New
Y k and 114 Marset street, st. Louts, Ito.
DeaAnd sold by all good oruggists aad Fancy Goods
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 3.
1 , HEAD-QUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA. MELITLA, 1 .
Harrisburg, August 22, 1861.
,The Governor, Commander-in-Chief of the
foices of Pennsylvania, desires to express pub
lidly, his high appreciation of the patriotism
an i d gallantry of the "Home Guards" and
"Grey Reserves" of the city of Philadelphia,
who organized especially for home duty, have
mit hesitated at the call of their country to of
fer to march to the field.
lthough their services have not been requir
their prompt tender of men should not be
y order of A. G. Curtin, Governor and Coin
nder-in-Chief. CRAIG MEDDLE,
l aug22 A. D. C.
GENERAL ORDERS, NO 2.
Efx&D id: U
Harrisburg, Aug. 19, 1861. r
Irby DIRECTION of the President of the
jok United States, all volunteer regiments or
parts of Regiments accepted directly by the -
War Department from Pennsylvania, either with
t4o without arms, equipments or uniforms, are
be forwarded at once to Washington. Their
"mmanders will therefore immediately report
, these headquarters, stating the number of
mend the station from w.hich they are .to y e
A en, that transportation may be furnished
em without deli*. By order of '
.t. ' ; ; At'e. , CUREIR,
st Cloversor andeommalder4weide .
10424,4*.4.0. : ank2
WM B. KENEDY
W. H. Renedy,