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',snore. the publisher may continuo to send them until
arnar.te, are paid.
It ,•tiest,rthers itegh•ct or reluce to take their neempa.
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re pl DO hie until they have settled the bills and ordered
1) R . J 011. N - ON
13ALIATI.10 1 ( 0 . 11 E 1 - 1E31
AS discovered the most certain, speed)
Haud effectual remedy M the world Tor
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
aSLIIR Ix SIR TO Twelve BOOM.
IVo illoreary or dioxtouli Drugs.
are COM WARRANTED, Oil NO CHARON, IN FROM ONS
Weakliest, ot the Back or Limbs, Strictures, PRIUS
the Woo, AlWomen ol the Kidneys and
of tßladder, Or
W oeattests Nerveua !knotty, Iret ta lll, COolottlou y he Pivoted. POW
laugher, Low Spirt of aces
ors, Dy questa,
NI Hatton of the Bean, Tromblings, Dunne&
Of Sight or Gliddlue.,ll, laseuee el the Stomach, A fret:hour
Of Ms Bead, 'throat, se or hi:to—those terrible (Amor •
dors atug from the indiscretion ur Solitary Mabee to
Youth—det,e drradlid and destructive prat:Mates which
,or educe eons/denoted d
mind. render marriage impose
i l tde, and destroy both boy a
Young Wen nspeeht lly who have become the victims of
taw), vice, that dreadful and destructive baba which
annually swecpe to an untimely grave thooBoooo 01
y uLIUg gueli 01 the most exalted talent anti brilliant intel-
Iccf svilo wig IA otherwise have entranced listening
netnites with the thunders of °Wei:mace, or waked to eo•
:soy the living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Stark.' persons, or those contempUting marriage, ba
ng aware Ell physical weakness, abooldimmediately con•
Jolt Lit J., and be restored to perfect health.
Immediately cured and full dyer restored.
1e wbo places himself under the cure of Dr. J. may
religiously canticle in his boner as a gentleman, and eon,
tl,l4utly rely upon his skill as a physicinn.
ati-Oillee Nu. 7 6outh Fi edema street, Baltimore,
ou the led hind side going Bow Baltimore street,
tore irom the corner. Be particular in observing the
nowt or number, or you will mistake the plane. Be p a r.
alder for ignorant, Trifling Quacks, with false names,
r Paltry klumbuivar — tifiuterS, attracted b 37 the repute.
s o u oi lir. Johnson, 1 ark near.
All letters must contain a yoetayeStamp, to use oh the
D r , Joliudoll member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
l.onion, graduate from one of tile meet eminent Colleges
.1 the United Stelae, and the greatest part 01 whose life
nu been spent in the ilospdalo of London, Parts, 'Phila.
edphia and elsewhere, hiss edectod some of the meet et
waislng cures that were ever known. Many troubled
ringing in the tiara and head when asleep, grout ner
i Aldose, being alarmed at Sudden sounds,
win instead blushing, attended sornotimee with derange.
meal of mad were oared Immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
“otiresses all thma who having injured them
bt,via Oy prrible and itcprOper tudulganolos, that !morel
sod, aoloary uabil Which rules both body and mind, on
lining Kam for either business or society.
Ince, are Houle of the sad and melancholy imbeds pre-
Wince by early habits 01 youth, via: Weakness 01 We
Back and Limbs, Pious in the Heed, Dthiness 'ot Sighti
lAmi of Alusealar Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dys
pepsia, Netnews Irritability, Derangenaeat or the Digestive
Functions, Oeuend Dobtlity, Symptoms el. Consump
IIIINTAILY, the fearful abets on the mind are much to
be dreaded :—Lose ot Memory, Confuaion 01 Ideas, De
pression of Spirits, hull Forebodings, Aversion teSoatc
ty, Sell-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, &c., are aome
el the evil
Thousands of parsons of all agora,' can now judge What
Is the cause of their dentine In health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and einactsbal, have a
singular appearance about the oyes, cough, and symp•
me of consumption.
who have injured thelagelaes by a certain practice, In
dolled in when alone—a habit frequently 'carnal lrom
evil zompunlous, or at school, the adonis of which are
eigliUy felt, even when (Weep, and if not cored, renders
marriage impossible, mid destroys both mind and body,
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young men, the hopes of his calm.
try the darting of his parents, should be snatched Irian
all proepecle and enjoymouts 01 life by the consequences
of deviating troth tne path of nature, and indulging in a
certain secret habit. du persons must, before contem.
effect that a sound seJud and body are the moat tieoemary
requisites to promote commend happiness. Indeed
without those, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view; tht
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and tilled with the
melancholy reflection that the happiness of another bo•
comes blighted with our own,
DR. JOHNSON'S) INVIOORATtNO, RRHEDY I ; FOR OW
By this great and Important remedy, Wearnesszof 111
Organs are speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
rtiouzands of the most nervous and debilitated whi
bad lost all hope, have been Immediately relieved. All
Impediments to Marriage Physical or Mental O'Neill&
saline, Nervous', Trembling, Weakness or Exhaustion or
the moat fearful kind, speedily cured.
The many thousands cured at thin lastiution within the
twelve yearn, and the numerous Important burgle'.
(, parathion performed by Dr. J., %%immix' by the re.
• were et the papure, and many other persons, echoes to
Inch have appeared again acid again before theublic,
1 . ides fins &landing as a gentleman of a p
rrester 004 yo.
lap, ht guarantee to the Whetted.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE—When the misguided
and imprudent votary of pleasure nods he has unidbed
the seeds of this painful disease, tt too often happens that
an Ilkimed muse of shame or dread of discovery deters
him from applying le those who, from education and re.
&Notability can moue befriend him, delaying till the con.
Stitutional symptoms of this horrid disease make their
appearance, affixing the bead, throat, emu, scan, So,
progressiug on with frightful remedy, till daub puts a
period to his dreadful nuderings by seeding tom to Nita%
bours e lam wileuee no traveler returns." it is it mot.
&hotting fact that thousituds tun mane to this terrible
disease owing to the uuskillulness of quer ant pretend
ers, who,i by the use of tom atudiy put.w.., mercury, rut
the constitution and make tae residue of hie miserable.
To Ornanmins.—The Doctor's Diplomas hang In hit
Sit - Lettere must contain a Stamp to us on the reply.
flemedies sent by Mail.
Faso. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
HINTS ON THE EMERGENCIES
Field, Camp, and Hospital Practice,
S. D. GROSS, M. D.
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KEEPERS AND. CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your Mention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
varnishes and Glues,
Dye.S tiara, Glace and Patty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pure Ground Spices,
Burning Fluid and Aleohol,i
Lard, Sperm and Pine 01le,
Bottles, Vials and La.np Globes,
Castile Soap, Spongoi and COrks,
ate., &c., &c , ac., dm, am
With, a general variety of
PERFUMERY, & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected - froth ; i best l ainutrilcturerEi and Per=
turners of Europe and this country.
Being• very large dealers' in'
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
• LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S'
-COLORS, PAINT AND
ARTIST'S BRIISHES -
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
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We respectfully invite a, call, feeling, conll
dent that we can krapply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction. •
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and 'Concentrated Lye 1
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
PRAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
Witt OIL I CARBON OIL•!!
Being large purchasers in thee Oils, we can
Mier inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
W 343 of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS Amp. GRAZIERS,
ow of you who have not given our HORSE
&ND CATTLE POWDERS ti trial know not
rhen superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
Thousands can testify.to the profit they have
deriVed from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and ap
pearance of their Cattle.
Our long ex parlance in the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we cast in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful fot the liberal patronage bestowed
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
business, a careful selection of
at %l i r prieee, , and the desire to pleas e to
merL a - oAtilittaiice of the a t*Oriam:
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE "
HARRISBURG, SA.TURDAY. ALF.TERNOQN, SEPTEMBER 21,. 1861
SPECIAL PROCLAMATION BY
OFFICE Swim=AmAr OP Tifil , CO/LIWNWRALTHq
Harrisburg, bept. IS, 1551. .1
The following "provisions in case any of the
militia or voluuteers shall be in actual service
at the time of, the general election" aiiipublish
ed for the benefit of those citizens of Yamnsyl
vituia to whom they may.applyin connection
with the general election to be field on the see
ond Tuesday of October, A. B. 18111
Whenever any of the citizens of this. Coin
monivealth. qualified as - -hereixtbefore - provided,
shall be is any actual military 'service in any
it clllnt%it ot the miliwatflthiXof Wiltuiteerts
mulct a requisition from the President of the
United States, or by the authority of this coin
monwealth, on the day of the general election,
as aforesaid, such citizens may exercise the
right ot stdf age at such places ad may be ap
pointed by tne counnanoing officer of the troop,
or company, to which they shall respectively
belong, as fully as if they were present at
the usual place of electioth Provided, 'that
no member of any such troop or company, shall
be pm - untied to vote at the place try appointed;
it at the time of such election be shall oe with
in ten miles of the place at which he would be
entitled to vote, if not in service as aforesaid.
The proceedings for conducting such elections
shall be as far as practimule, in ail respects'tlae
same as are herein directed in the case of gen
end. elections, excspt that the captain or corn
mauffing officer of each company or troop shun
het as judge, and that the first lief/tenant or of-
titer second in command, shall act as inspector,
at such election, so list as shall relate to such
company or troop ; and in case of the neglect
or refusal of such officers, or either of them,
serve in such capacity, the officer or officers next
in command, iu 2511011 company or troop, shall
act as judge or inspector as the case may be.
Thu ulhuer authorized to perform the duties
of judge, shall administer the proper oath 'or
affirmation to the officer who shall act as in
spector, and as scion as such officer shall have
been sworn or affirmed, he shall administer the
proper oath or affirmation to the officer' whose
duty it shall be to act as judge, and such officer
acting as judge shall appoint two persons to act
as clerks, and shall administer to them the
proper oaths or affirmations.' '
the several officers authorized to conduct
Ibtith elections shall take the like oaths or affir
mations, shall have the like powers, and they,
as well as other persons who may attend, vote,
or offer to vote, at Huth election, shall no sub,
ject to the like penalties and restrictions as are
declared or provided in this act, in the case of
elections by the citizens at their usual places of
Within three days after such electiOn," - the
judges thereof shall respectively• transmit
through the nearest post office, a return thereof
together with the tickets, tally lists of voters, to
the prothonotary of the county in which such
electors would have VOted,'irnot h military ;
servicei Aud the said .judges.*.it 1 111mM:tie
another return. Of such election. • to, file com
manding officer of the - regiinSkit‘ of' batudlion,
us the case may be, who shall". make a general
return under his hand and seal; of ;the votes of
all the companies or , troops under his coniniand
and ehall transmit the same through the near
est post office to the secretary of the common
It shall be the duty of the prothonotary of
the county, to whom such returns shall be miuie,
to deliver to the rtturn judges of: the same
county, a copy certified under his hand and seal,
of the return of votes so transmitted to. him by
the judges of the election in the companies or
The return judges of the proper county or
counties, in which the volunteers or militia
men aforesaid may have resided at the time of
being called into actual service. as aforesaid;
shalt meet on the second Tuesday in-November
next after the, election. - And when two or
more counties are connected in the election,
the meeting of the judges from • each county
shall be postponed in such case until the Fri
day following the said second -Tueschior in No
The return judges so met, shall include in
their enumeration the votes so returned,• and
thereupon shall proceed in all respects in the
like manner as is provided in this act, in cases
where all the votes shall have been" given at
the usual place of election.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
seplB-doawte ' .
GENERAL ORDERS, NO* 2.
•.HAAS QUARTEttIi, P. M.
Harrisburg, Aug. 19, 1861.
BY DIRECTION of the President' of - the
United States, all volunteer regiments or
parts of Regiments accepted directly by the
War Department from Pennsylvania either with
or without arms, equipments or uniforms, are
to be forwarded at once to Washington. Their
commanders- will therefore immediately rePOrt
to these headquarters, stating the 'number of
men and the station-from which they are to be
taken, that transporiation may be furnished
them without delay. By order of
A. G. CURTIN,
Governor and Commander-in-Chia
CRAIG BIDDLS, A. C. D aug2
Re • RiMBURO, Sept. 3, 1861.
1. No pardon will be gran.ed until notice pf
the application therefor shall have been given
by publication once a week for two consecutive
weeks in a newspaper printed in the county in
which the conviction was had.
2. No pardon will be granted unless notice
of the application therefor shall have been given
to the District Attorney of the proprr County.
3. No pardon will be granted without first
consulting the Judge who presided at the trial
of the party. By order of the Governor.
• ELI SLIFER,
sep4-Im. Sec'y of Corn.
HARRISBURG, Sept. 9, 1681.
A BOARD OF SURGEONS for the examine
tion of candidates for the post of Surgeon
and Surgeon's mate in the Pennsylvania troops,
will assemble in Harrisburg, at the Hall of Re
presentatives, Wednesday;94. 2d, 1861, at 9
a. m, when and where all desiring appoint
ments will present themselves.
By order of the Governor.
HENRIC_II. SMITH, M. D. •
selo-Btaar Surgeon General, Penn's.
THE UNDERSIONED , hating ernOurktd
tu the Ulla BUSINEEIEfte papered - te 4 Mei ha
bee , igii9leats4 oll, l lo tkie, 1 144ti0 Qua:woo wicks
Be gage the lona at, Cohuabla and - atgo;
that; burnt at home.
LIM FOR SALK
r • New 'AbnerOsements
Qtraanatmasrsa GENERAL'S OFFICE,
HARRISBURG, Sept. .14, 1861. I
S""rED proposals will be received at this of
fice until 2 o'clock P. M. on Monday, Sept.
28, 1861, for the following Army Supplies, de
liveralde at the State Military Store, Harrisburg,
ih quantities as required. Said proposals to be
yiublfral opened at the tittle and place named,
and the successful bidders to be announced as
soon thereafter as convenient—the right being
A,mery: ed by the State to increase or diminish
the number and quantity of said articles :
Ten ;complete. Tents, with flies, 4oles t .-pins,
1411 x teen Hundred and fifty Common Tents, poles,
pins, etc.., complete.
Two Hundred and fifty Wall Tents, - with flies,
poles, pins, etc., complete.
One Hundred Drums, with sticks, slings, car
: riages, eases, etc., complete.
Two Hundred (200) Drum Heads—batter.
Two -Hundred •(200) D rinn Heads —snare.
One Hundred Cocoa Fifes.
Ten Thousand Three-pint Canteens, covered
and strapped, cotton.
Ten Thousand Haverhacks, army Standard.
Ten Thousand Haversacks, enameled cloth.
Ton Thousand Knapsacks, straps, etc.; com
plete, army standaid.
Ten Thousand Knapsacks, straps, etc , com
; plete, enameled cloth.
Six Hundred Shovels.
Six Hundred Spades.
Six Hundred Hatchets—handled
Six Hundred Axes—haadled.
Six Hinidred Picks—handled.
Ten Thousand Tin Plates.
Ten Thousand pairs Knives and Forks
Ten Thousand Mu Cups.
Three Thousand Muslim:Ls.
Oise Thousand Camp Kettles.
Ten Thousand Great Coats, Infantcy.,
Two Thousand Great Coats, for mounted men
Ten Thousand Blouses, lined.
Ten Thousand dark-blue Frock Coats.
Otte Thousand yards sky blue tape for chewons
Tiro housand Cavalry Jackets.
Tiro Thousand Stable Frocks.
Ten Thousand pars Trowsers, footmen, dark
Tiro Thousand dark-blue reinforced Trowsers,
for mounted men.
Twenty ThousandwhiteDomet Flannel shirts.
enty Thousand pairs Drawers.
•T enty Thousand pairS Stockings,
T o Thousand pairs Cairalry Boots.
Teri Thousand - pairs Bootees;
Ttki Thousand :Forage Caps.
Tin Thousand•sets infantry Accoutrements.
Twelve Thoniand Double Numbers. •
, Twelve Thousand Letters, 'A to 'K inclusive.
are Hundred and Thirty Sergeants' Sashes: '
' Ten .Thousand ;Blankets, seven feet •by= five
Beet six inches ; wool-gray, letters P. V: id
Centre four inches long, weighing five pounds.
piro Thousand Horse Brutihes. - •..
Two Thousandisists of Horse Equipments, each
eet consisting of Saddle complete, with Saddle
lirgs,. Girths; Gruppeni Stirrups; and Straps,
Sweat .Leather and Varbine Socket,' Bridle
iv ith Curb Bit and Cult Halter, Wattering
Bridle and Sirsingle.
Tie Thousand Nose Bags.
TWo Thousand pairs Spurs and Straps.
Two Thousand Cavalry Horse Blankets.
It is desirable that all the above articles be
of domestic manufacture, and when any of them
are furnished by. the .United States, the same
must conform in all respects to the sealed stan
dard pattern in the-United States Quarter-Alas
te's office and military-store, Philadelphia. •
Ten per cent.: of the amount of each delivery
to be retained as :a forfeiture until .the contract
is completed. Contractors to state Id their pro
polials the time when the goods can be delivered,
and the speedy delivery of such articles as -are
needed will be considered in awarding the con
tract. Successful bidders to give bondi with two
approved securities.. The names of suretie to
' i ompany each pooposal ..
;..'very proposal . to be endorsed, Proposal for
Ar.hy Supplies, September.2B, 1861. .
AlLaupplies contracted for under these- pro
posals to be deliirered at the Military Store
house in the city of Harrisburg, unless other
wise directed, free of all charges for freight,
boxing or drayage, unless freight to lilac° of de
livery is greater than to Harrisburg, in which
case the difference will be- allowed. All pack
ages so delivered to be marked on the outside
with number and description of articles therein,
and name of party furnishing same, together
with an invoice of contents, enclosed, embrac-
ind, in additionAo above, notion of what special
suliply it is a putt < R. C. HALE; .
aept.l.B-dBtteod • • Gen. P. M.
ALDERMAN., . .
I-1 EN - 111 7 , FF ER.
OFFICE—THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,)
Residence ; Meednut street near Faurth.
OPFY OF ELRIVIRMIRO, PFNN A.
TN eonsequence - of the death of W. J.T.
bishop, one the tirni orVir.StdiP and Ittaira,lio-'
lace ii hereby given that the : becks of the late firm are hi
the hands of toe surviving partner. MI persona know
ing.themselves to *be indebted to the late arm, and all
those having Claims, will present thsm, duly authentica
ted, for settlemeat.
SAMUEL KLTN N,,
au 3 illoar 6 V.l` ' Alvah - Mk Partheti.
SCHEFFEIBS BOOK STO Ei
(Nu., Trurosiiintrioko BBIDOIL)
ora:Pie EEC; 'of *iv iremt r ifogagoX,
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Tr** Moo, Union Brew. Pion Eagles, 114.44."
andßadgea at very low Prima. s 4
ws SOILIFIRWIS BOOKSTORE.
THERE have been since the orgiinization of the
Fedral Government elevbrattempfs made to
resist its authority: ' The first was made iu 17b2
and was a conspiracy of some of the officers of
the Federal army to consolidate , the thirteen
States into one, and confer Lee supreme po w ou
Washington. The second was in 1787, called
"Shay's" Insurrection in Massachusetts. The
third was in 1794, popularly called "The Whis
ky Insurrection of Pennsylvauia." The fourth
instance was in 1814 by the Hartford Convention
Federalists. The fifth on which occaitiou the dit
ferent sections of the Union came in collision, was
in 1820, under the administrittion .of President
Monroe, and ocourred on the question of the
admission of fdLsouri into the Union. The
sixth was a collision between the Legislature of
Georgia and the Federal government in regard
t.t certain lands given by toe latter to the Creek
Indians. The seventh was in 1830 with the
Cherokees in Georgia. The eighth was the
memorable nullifying ordinance of South taro
lino, in 1832. The ninth was in 1842, and oc
curred in lihode island, between the "Suffrage
Association" and the State authorities. The
tenth was in 1856, on the part of Ehe Mormons,
who resisted the Federal authorities. The
eleventh is the present attempt at secession.
STRENGTH OF THE UNION FEELING IN VERMONT.
The e vote in some of the towns of Vermont at
the late election shows bow strong the Union
feeling is in the old Green Mountain State. Two
of 'the candidates for Governor, Holbrook, reg
ular Republican, and Tracy, independent, stood
unmistakably upon the platform of the main
tenance of the Constitution and the Union.
euttiug the vote of these two candidates
together and we find the following to be the
vote in , the placed named below : Lincoln a
solid and unanimous Tote of 186 for the
Union ; Rupert, 164 to 1; Stamford, unanimous
ly Union ; Woodford, 76 to 1 ; Burlington 662
to 1 ; Essex, 109to1 ; Hineburg, unanimously
Union Willston-; 299 to 1 ; Groton, Hardwick
and Bi;by, unanimously Union ; Elmore, Stowe,
Bradford, Bratntree, Brookfield, Chetesea, .Cor
iuth, Orange, Strafford, Topsham; Tunbridge,
Washington, do., db. ; and every town in Rut
kind county except Rutland, and even.this town
gives but small comfort to the enemy, as its
vote shows for the Union, 1,091 ; for the
Democratic candidate, 14; Brattleboro' ' voted
466 for-Holbrook, Union and 14 for Smelly,
Taw Hiss OF Tug liormanntns.—When George
111 came to the throne there was a little boy at
Frankfurt who - did not dreain of ever having
anything to do personally, with'the siivereigns
of Europe. He was lathe first stages of train
ing for. the Jewish priesthood. His name was
liner Ansalm Rotheolfild. For some reason
or other he was placed in a counting 'house at
Hanover, =dire soon discovered what he was
lit for. He began humbly as an exchange
tor'oker, and went on to the banker of lend
gSave of Hesse, whose private fortune he saved
by his shrewdness, When Napoleon overrun Gef
many. How he left a large fortune and com
mercial character of the highest order, and how
hiS five sons settled in five great cities of Eu
rope, and have had more autnority over. the
War an I peace and the destinies of nations. than
the Sovereigns themselves, the world pretty
well knows.'Despotie monarchs must be de
pendant upon money lenders, unless they are
free from debt, and can command unlimited
re'enues for untold purposes—which is never
true of despotic Sovereigns.
"ALL THAT GLITTERS," ETC., ETC.—One of the
finest of the palatial brown stone fronts on
Iliadison Square,- NeW York, erected without
regard to cost, upon the most expensive - and
eligible of lota, was built some few .years ago,
ard presented by her father to the wife of one
of 'par dry goods merchants engaged exclusively
in 'the southern trade. the. house and' all its
magnificent furniture, in good times, are worth
perhaps sixty thousand dollars, and the fee is
m the lady's name. The husband, of t course,
hat become hopelessly and can see no
way of IL curing his support. The wife' has pro
perty (some of it contraband) at the, , south, but
cat get no remittance. There they live hr that
palaee of fashion; in all the mockery of million
air,, wealth, the envy of ignimant
unable to command asupportingincome, unable
even to procure a tenaut,forso expensive an es
tablishment (which they would gladly let for
an almost nominal' refit ) ) pointing anew the
well-worn moral; "all thatglittem isnot gold."
Arid New York can furnish . a thousand such
Dovix ox moss,Godey, the popular publish
er hf a book for the, ladies, is constrained .to
'eak out boldly in the June number against
'that abominable pe, fume, Musk, which the la
dies somhtbnes allow themselves to be infested
by. lie says :—" We contend that no woman
should be allowed to enter a car or a church'
who is covered with this vile perfume. It is
sickening to many, and to many Wies it causes
toe headache. In many places, where th6rci' is
little lentilation, the smell is very offensive and
heavy. The general supposition is, that those
who use it have some powerful motive for doing
so--something-upon the counter irritation prin
ciple ; the same reason that accompanies gout ;
a person having that does not heed a lesser
Mesa x~ SAORIFLOIL—To obey the law of
rigat—to follow out the law of love, is only
difficult because we feel, in every %Stance of
being called upon so tado, that. we arb called
upon to make some sacrifice of ourselveii it is
an error—a mistaken feeling. We are called'.
upon to sacrifice, not ourselves ' but a present in
clincilion, which self-suggests.',Make the sacri
tice—obey, fulfil the law that makes the claim
upon you, and you will find-that you have re
linquished a fallacious fora real good.
the false inclination, and, you will find that: in ,
stead of enthroning yourselves in despite of
Heaven's King, you'llave begun to descend steps
of endless descent. .
"LAVE ME Lrrruo, Lova Mg Logo."—captain
LamlYeer, attached to the Ifinpnier rifles, came
in from the country MS indrning with alot of
recrhits. Among the nuMber is . a farneef'Whci
rejoices in being six - feet/4ml** tall in his stock
ings There's a ljgflt infantry man fOr
lie is indispuiably Vie high private of the Union
N 714. one of your size apps Whim,
Iw9aWinciki tan an eternal. inember x4 ot „thg
oggx#Soitieti. ;•11'ortanately'hiYei a "audit , .
I:consequently Cares little for adages, jab:7-'
verbs or admonitions. He means fight:LOU.
Cam tinting gffixt.
Havingprocured Steani Power Prewes, we are peeper.
ed to execute JOB add BIGIC PRIMING denary awl**.
don. cheaper than can la done at any other establish
ment in the country.
.Er Four lines or less constitute one-half square. Eight
lines or more than roar constitutes square,
Half Equare, one day
46 three months
One7quare i one day
- three months
" one year
' Aar Business notices inserted in the Loan'. Celina's, or
heioeo %%seises and Deaths, 'FIVE CaLtiT3 PER LINE. for
sir Marrges and Deaths to be charged at; regular ad.
NEW EXPEDITIoN TO THE SOUTH-
RUDER OF A PENNSYLVANIA. SOLDIER•
The formidable expedition to the southern
coast, so often mentioned, has probably reached
its destination, or at least the rendezvous from
whence it is to commence operations. On Tues
day last half a dozen naval vessels left Fortress
Monroe, and ere this a number of transports
and gunboats have followed. The whole fleet
Will carry about 276 guns. The large steamers
Vanderbilt,-Atlantic and Baltic, which left New
York some days ago, are understood to have
carried several thousand tioops, who are to co
operate with the naval forces. We shall pro
bably hear something of this expedition 'in a few
It is stated that another expidition is soon to
sail from New York. Some troops passed
through Philadelphia, last night, from Wash
ington, bound to New York, and others which
had got as far as Camden, on their way from
New Yoik to Washington, were ordered back
to New York. These are probably to form part
of the expedition, the destination of which is
properly kept secret.
A prominent officer of the army states that
14 believes there is no immediate probability of
a battle here, unless one should be brought On
by the picket-firing ; which is still kept up.
'The rebels in. Virginia, above the Chain
Bridge, are capturing cattle and.horses from the
citis-rot, and taking away all the moveable
property they can lay their hands on, for the
use of their army..
Private Smith, of the Seventeenth Pennsyl
vania regiment, was murdered in the street last
night. .He joined the regiment in.this city.
Yesterday our pickets in Virginia captured
five prisoners, the rebels , having advanced
1 nearer and doubled their picketa.
; SICKNESS IN TIM REBEL ARMY.
A. recent copy of the Charleston Mercury con
tains an editorial article, in which it speaks of
the, bad food,furnished by the Commissariat at
Richmond. It speaks of "fifteen thousand troops
now lying sick, scattered ad around Manassaa"-
re adds that the Commissary Department "fur
nish raw wheat, flour, and leave the poor soldiers
to work it into a dough, which has proved mew
fatal to the army, than Yankee rifles and can-.
,non." In the same paper it is also stated that
"the munber of disabled volunteers in Bich
mond hacreases with each day's arrival from
Manassas. On Sunday the Central cars brought
down 100 of the sick, who were immediately
distributed in the different hospitals. An arri
val on Monday morning added 160 patients to
the list. '
Between Ph il adelphia
LOOK HAYEK', .JSKONY WmilayttrOwr •• Wpm,
lIIIIONTOWN, W#SHOATTOWN, MILTON, LIVVI4I:IIM4
• NOllThroasauilfD, MINBUKT, Tarronok,
Usomanowri t Lirxszierows yiur.4s-; ;,. •
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H AR RIS
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally limited the
Drayage will be at the lowest recce. , A Dondituttn ; psis
through with each traid to attend to the sere delivery ,M
all goods entrusted to the Use. .Goods.delivered. st the'
FRED, WARD & FREED, No. tin Mare et iDeet, Ptdta
dolPhia. 6 9 6 0 ' CIOGIC. P Xll., beg,ttneund •ha •
Harrisburg the next morntit
• Frelghi (alivsys) As tow aa by any other ;Ina:
Particular attenuon paid by this bee to prompt and
speedy delivery of ill liarilabur • .00hs.
Mee, undersigned thankful for pug pinta 4 a hopes by
strict attention to buustabli to merit a eon 11/00 Or the
same. • • T. Pack ,
PhillidelDlitit and Ketdin ti' .
Feot of Market stns ~ ri • burg
AIOw a Letter . Written by Soldiers
can be sent without the Prepay
ment of Postage.
HAMBISEITTRO Po. T OFFICB, Sept. 11, 186 1
In order to give a full explanation of did
recent law pawed by Congress on the subject Q
sending letters written by soldiers withoto
paying the postage, the undersigned publishes
the instructions received from the Post Office
Department on the subject, from Which ... ftwill
be seen that Regimentssaust be fully organised be
foie they can enjoy the privilege, of Mutt law,
and that the certficate of the /ajar or acting
Major must be attached to each letter.
GEO. BERGNER, P. M.
POST OFFICE JJZFARTMENT,
Appointment (Juice, July 23, 1.361.
The following order has been made by the,
Post Office Departinent, for the executionof the
new law respecting soldier's levers:
Postmasters at or near any camp or .point,.oo.
Copied by the United suttee forces, will,
without prepayment of postage, any letter writ
ten by a soldier in the service of tlid'ln t it e a
States, and certified to be such by the Mijor or
Major of the regiment to which
writer is attached. The envelope should have
plainly stamped or written on its face the cer
tificate "Soldier's Laier t' signed in writing' by
the Major or Acting Major of the regimen 4 de
icribing his regiment hy its number and its
st a t e . The postage due on such letters will be
collected at the'office
t yke certificate and address maybe in the fol.'
lowing form : • ' -
lipijoy 10Th Beet,
24 4 1 1 • a - N. 'Y. volunteers.
! 1 lobtrgolies,` •
..llvkzai 2 i• Y." ' t
JOHN A. HASSON,
.firig .488tietont P. M. Ofenerd.
RA IRS tiF ADVERTISING.
WAsimicacrs, Sept. 20