Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, September 24, 1861, Image 1
THE TELEGRAPH If PUELLSIIED EVERY DAY, Rv GEORGE BERGNER. TERMS- -SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION The MILT TFCLSGAAPH is served to subscribers in the City at eM i wets per week Yearly subscribers will be barged $4 00. WNSIELY AND Sesn•WaeiLY TSLEGRADD. The Ts; SGRAPH is also published twice a week during the session •01 the Legislature, and weekly during the remainder of the year, and furnished to subscribers at the lollowing rates, viz: Single subscribers per year- Seven Ten =! 1.1 subscribers order the discontinuance of their news papers, the publisher may continue to send them until =ill arrearages are paid subscribers neglect or retuse to take their newspa. cr from the office to which they are directed, they are ponsilo until they have settled the bale and ordoi ed em discontinued. IllebiLat. )R . JOHNSON 8 42L-T-eriIVIC)XL.I3 LOCK HOSPITAL. II AS discovered he most certain, speed) 11 and effectual remedy in the world for DISUSES OF IMPRUDENCE SXLLIS TN 811 TO TWELYI HOVSB. No Mercury or Noxious Drugs WA OM WARRANTRD, OR NO CH AIM, IN IRON 0211 ri Two DA s. Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains lb the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physica . Pow ers, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion ot dear, Pall nation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, DILUDCBE of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affections of use Head, Throat, Ncse or Skin—those terrible disor ders arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits co Youth—those dreadful and destructive practises wilier: produce constitutional debility, render marriage impos sible, and destroy both. body and mind. YOUNG MEN Youug men especially who have become the victimsol solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which mutually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands el young men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intel lect, wno might otherwise Lave entranced listening Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to w ittily the living lyre, may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE. Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, be. Mg aware of physical weakness, should Immediately con• net Dr. J., and be restored to perfect health. ORGANIC WEA RNES Immediately cured and fsd/ vigor restored He who places himself under the care of Dr. J., may religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and con, fldently rely upon his skill as a physician. Office No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore, on the lett hand side going from Baltimore street, 7 Wore trout the corner. Be par nectar la observing the same or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par. &unix for ignorant, Trilling Quacks, with false names, or Paltry Humbug thrtifccales, attracted by the reputa tion of Dr. Johnson, lurk near. All letters must contain a Postage Stamp, to use on the reply. DR. JOHNSTON Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Burgeons, London graduate from one of the mast eminent Colleges of the United States, and the greatest part of whose life has been spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila delphia and.eisewhere, has elfected some of the most as. Washing cures that were over known. Many troubled with ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great ner vousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derange. went of mind were oured Immediately, TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. audresses all those who baying injured them selves by private and improper indulgencles, that secret and solitary habit which ruins both body and mind, un fitting them for either business or society. Thew. are some of the sad and melancholy ea, eta prc, &ma oy early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dys pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive huctions, General Debility, Symptoms of Gonsump- Noll, Ito. MENTALLY. &SULLY, the fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded :-.-Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas ' De pression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion toSocte ty, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, &c., are some of the evil effects. Thousands of persona of all ages, can now judge what is the cause of their decline In health, losing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have a singular appearance about the eyes, cough, and symp mu of COnsUllipLioll, YOUNG NEN who have injured themselves by a certain practice, In delved lu when alone—a habit frequently learned from evil mimpanions, or at school, the affects of which are sightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body, should apply immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hopes of coon. try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched trim all prospects and enjoyments of life by tha consequences Of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a certain secret habit. Si'uih persona must, before neaten. plating mARELiGE L I sleet that a sound mind and body are Ate most necessary requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed without these, the journey through life becomes a weary pllgrimager, the prospect hourly darkens to 1118 view; the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and lined with the melancholy reflection that the happiness of another be. conies blighted with, our own; DR. JOHNSON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR OR: CUBIC WRIKNE6I3, [llly. this great and important remedy, Weakness:of thil Qrgans are speedily cured, Had fall vigor restered. l'hoiniuids of the moat nervous and debilitated wha bad had all hope, have been Immediately relieved. All Impedimenta to Marriage Physical or Mental Disgsalid. cation, Nervous, Trembling, Weakness or Exhaustion Of the most fearful kind, speedily cured. • TO STRANGERS The many thousands cured at this Imitiution within tits last twelve years, and the numerous important Surgicm operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re- porters of the papers, and many other persons, notices ot which have appeared again and again before the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of character and re goart*Etv, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted. =Fund OF IMFRIJDENCE.—When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure finds he hue imbibed thii seeds of this painful disease, it too often happens th at an ill4imed sense of shame or dread of discovery detail him from applying to those who, from education and re. itiordability can alone befriend him, delaying till the con. @Motional symptoms of this horrid disease make then appearance, ad'octing the head, throat, nose, skin, to, progressing on with frightful rapidity, till death puts a period to his dreadful suderings by sending him to "that Warne from whence so traveler returns." It is a mei aneholy fact that thousands Tall victims to this terrible disease, owing to the unskillulness of ignorant pretend ers, who, by the use of that deadly poison, mercury, ruin the constitution sad make the residue of life miserable. To pixtstasss,—The Doctor's Diplomas hang In his office. WLetters must contain a Stamp to ua on the reply orliemedles sent by Mail. ja-No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore. .prl3•dawlp JUST PUBLISH ELL). A MANUAL MILITARY SURG RY HINTS ON rHE EMXIIGENCIEB Field, Camp, and Hospital Practice. 8. D. BOSS, M. D Pfiolllll3oll 01 EIVRAIRY IN VIII IiMERSON MEDICAL cousat AT PRILADKLPHIA For Bale at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE. may 24 SCHEFFER'S BOOK STORE I (Near Me Harrisburg Bridge.) $ I.2S. JUST' RECEIVED from the Mills a lasi fine COMMERCIAL NOTE &PER, which we will sell at $1.25 per ream. 1101.60 per ream for NOTE PAPER, decorated with the latest and very handsome emblems and patriotic mottos. $3.50 for 1000 WHITE ENVELOPES, with national and patriotic emblems, printed in two colors. Please give us a call. THNO. F.;fiCREFFER, .1412-d Harrisburg. fit 4 , -.l\o •CWll6O#l ... _ @I • • t 11[1 , - .tnitso 2 NIA 7- • " . • • It I • $ 0 00 12 00 15 00 VOL. XVI. JD. lit kri.rozz $e to.. WZGROSSTAi CO., FtWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, MAR:KET STWEET HARRISBURG, PENN'A DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE. KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS, We are daily adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully call your, atention to the largest and best selected stock in this city, of DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS, Oils, varnishes and Glues, Dye Stuffs, Glass and Putty, Artist. Colons and Tools, Pure Ground Spices, Burning Fluid and Alcohol, Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils, Bottles, Vials and tat.np Globes, Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks, &c., &c., &c , &c.;&c., With a general variety of PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES, selected from the best manufacturers and Per fumers 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 BRUSHES IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES, COLORS AND BRONZES OF ALL KINDS, to ClquAg . - 311V., FLl___ 7 l7 - • 13MA•i* 1:i = QRR We respectfully invite a call, feeling, coal dent that we can supply the wants of all on terms to their satiabction. TEETH! TEETH!!! JOHE' S AND WHITES'S PORCELAIN TEETH, PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR RESTORATIVES Ig h of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors. Saponifier and Concentrated Lye I Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which,we sell as low as it can be purchased in the cities. PRAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS, ,A4, - COAL OIL I CARBON OIL I! Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can offer inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil Lamps of the most improved patterns, very cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn Coal Oil. FARMERS AND GRAZIERS, ose of you who have not given our HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not their superiority, and the advantage they are in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in g )od condition. 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 perience in the business gives us the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the trade, and our arrangements in the cities are such that we cam in a very short time furnish anything appertaining to our business, on the best of terms. Thankful for the liberel patronage bestowed on our house, we hope , by strict attention to business, a careful selection of PURE DRUGS at fair prices, and the desire to please all, to merit a continuance of the a discrim aUng public. `INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE." HARRISBURG, PA.. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 24, 1861. NO, 191; 3Xtiu 21Duerttstmtuts Books for the Military I JUST RECIEVED AT BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, No. 61 Market street. HA RD V, 028 TACTICS Rifle aud 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. HARDEE, U. S. A. Vol. I.—Schools of the Soldier and Company ; Instructions for Skirmishers. Vol. U.—School of the Battalion. INSTRUCTIONS IN FIELD ARTILLERY Prepared by a Board of Artillery Officers.— One vol. Bvo. $2.60. Cot. S. COOPER, Adjt.-Gen. 11. S. A. Sir :—The Light Artillery Board assembled by Special Orders No. 134, of 1856, 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. WM. H. FRENCH, Bt. Maj. Capt. First Artil lery. WILLIAM F. BARRY, Captain First Artillery. HENRY J. HUNT, Bt. Maj. Capt. Second Ar tillery. _ CAVALRY TACTICS 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 Squa,dron Mounted Third Part—Evolutions of a Regi ment. Three vols. 18rno. $3.75 MAR DRPARTKENT, WASHINGTON, February 10, 1841. The system of Cavalry Tactics adapted to the organization of Dragoon regiments, having been approved by the President of .tho United States 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 manoeuvres laid down in this system are positively forbidden. J. R. POINSETP, Secretary of War. 11.'CLELLA.N'S BAYONET EXERCISE. Manual of Bayonet Exercises. Prepared for the use of the Army of the United States. By GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN, Capt. First Regi ment Cavalry, 11. S. A. Printed by order of the War Department. One vol. 12mo. $1.25. HEADQUARTERS OF TE ARMY, WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 81, 1851. 1 Hon. C. M. Conten t Secretary of War. Sir :—Herewith I have the honor to submit a system of Bayonet Exercise translated . froth French by Captain Geo. B. M'Cleihm, Corps, Engineers, U. S. Army. 1 stronly recommend its being printed for distribution to the Army ; andthat it made,* regulation, a part of the "System of Instruc tion." The inclosed extracts froirireports of the In- Spector General, etc., show the value. I have the' honor to be, sir, with high respect, your most obedient servant, : - WINFIELD SCOTT. Approved. C. M. CONRAD, Secretary of Wai, 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 GEO. BERGNIIIR, Harrisburg, Pa. • CIDER I! ! VINEGAR !I 1 • MADE from choice and selected Apples; and guaranteed by an to beetrlotly pure. ert-d ME DOCK & CO. THUNDER AND LIGHTNING-. fiIHE vast amount of property destroyed annually by Lightning ought to be a warning to property holden to secure their buildinge. All ordere tar Lightning Roth left at the auction store of .W. BARRI will be attended to. Rods put up in the hiteet improved le and warranted. Jel2•d • FOR SALE. ..• Li . * * ttO One Fivefigiidred DoHare ld worth of CITY BONDS. Eiquire . of - C. 0. ZIMIIKRMAN, marls No. 2fltinuthttlecrond iptreAt. rHE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN : is solicited to our yery large assortment of TINTIRRSIFIRTS AND DRAWIRS of , every size and qua lily Gras' Junius Km GLOVIS, best article manufactu red All the different kinds of Wmilialiirovee: - Largest assortment of flosulav in the city. CRAVATS, SCISPINDRRS, MANDICZRORILVEI, Ready Hemmed. And everything in Bents' wear, at CATHCART'S, Negt.to the Harrisburg Rank ALDERMAN. HENRY PEFFER. OFFICE--THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,) NEAR MARKET. Residence, Meatnut street near Fourth. CITY OF HARRIsBEIRG, PENN'A. my 12.M.1 NOTICE. TN consequence of the death of W. J. E. Bishop, one the firm of W. J. E. BISHOP and BUNS, no. Heels hereby given that the books of the late firm are in the hands of toe surviving partner. All persons know ing themselves to be ineelitsd to the late firm, and all those having claims, wilt present them, duly authentica ted, for settlement. SAMUEL KIM X, auBl-d.,aw6i* Surviving Danner. SCHEFFEM 800 K STORE (NEAR THE RAILRIBROUG BRIDGIB.) UNION ENVELOPES. N - - - - OTE PAPER, of six different designs, printed iu two colors sold 'by the thougand and by the ream at City Cash pr ic es . Also, Flags, Union Breast tins, Eagles, Union Rings and Badges at very kw prices. Calla/ - myB 8011 4 FEWS BOOPMKIE. BY TELEGRAPIi From Washington. APPOINTMENT OFIRIGADIER GENERALS The Rebel Batteries on the Potomac. IMPORTANT MILITARY ORANGES. TUE REROVAL OF , GENERAL FREMONT, General Mulligan's Surrender not Confirmed, I= WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 The following named Brigadier Generals of Volunteers have been appointed, John B. S. Todd, of Dacotah Territory, late Captain in the sixth infantry. Maj. and Quarter Master Van Tliet, U. S. A., to be assigned to the duty as chief of the Quarter Masters Department of the army of the Potomac. Mal. Barnard, of the U. S. Engineers, to be assigned to the duty as chief Engineers of the army of the Potomac. John Newton and Winfield S. Hancock are also to be Brigadier Generals of Volunteers. According to an army order, issued td-day, whenever companies, by an economical use of their rations, have raised a surplus, it must be left in the hands of the commissary from whom they draw their rations. The bills of purchase at the cost prices of the articles will ba paid by any commissary having funds for that purpose, for the benefit of the economisers. Heretofore these surplus rations have been sold to sutlers and store keepers, or exchanged for other sup plies by the soldiers at a sacrifice. The contract for supplying stationery to the Navy Department , for the present fiscal year has been awarded to Messrs Philips & Solomon, of this city. The National Fast. Day will be generally ob servedliere. Professor McCoy will repeat in the hall of the House of Representatives his oration delivered on Tuesday last, commemora tive of the Twenty-fourth Anniversary of the Adoption of the Constitution. The War Department has authorized a cav ry company to be raised in Oregon. The picket tiring in Virginia has greatly de creased since Saturday. An escaped Virginian, who has arrived here reports to our headquarters that the rebels have no batteries on the Potomac except at Acquia Creek, he having made a thoroughrecoonois sauce. Two attaches of the Prince de Joinville to-day received commissions on General McClellan's staff. Some military changes have been made that are interesting to Pennsylvanians. Col. Chas. J. Biddle declines the appointment of Brigadier General of Volunteers, probably because he does not desire to lose the seat in Congress to which he has been elected. He remains in command of his regiment. General Heintzleman, heretofore on the other side of the Potomac, will take command of one of the Pennsylvania brigades in Major-General McCall's division. He has recovered from his wounds received at Bull Run. Capt. Meade, of the Topographical Engineers, has received his commission as Brigadier General of volunteers. So, also, has Captain John F. Reynolds, of the Third Artillery, (a Pennsylvanian) lately In structor at West Point. Prince Salm-Salm, who had been assigned to the command et a Pennsylvania Cavalry regi ment, has, been transferred to Gen. Blenker's German regiment, as he can speak no English. There is not a word of truth in the statement that Major General Fremont will probably be removed. The Government has received no news con firming the report of Col. Mulligan's surrender at Lexington. The Government is sending a large amount of Treasury notes to the West, in accordance with the demand. • Roes Winans has again been released from Federal custody. AN INTERESTING CASE-STATE RIGHTS INVOLVED PHIZADUNIIIA, Sept. 23 An important case came before Judge Lud low this morning having bearing on the enlist ment system. Two Philadelphians enlisted in the Lincoln Cavalry of New York and subse quently enrolled themselves in Capt. Davis' Independent ZonaVes of the Pennsylvania 24th Regiment. They were treated as deserters from the Cavalry and had a hearing this morning on a writ of habeas corpus for the purpose of testing the right to recuit in Pennsylvania for other State Regiments. Judge Ludlow postponed his decision, the only difficulty being the production of a certi ficate that these men were actually in the ser vice of the United States Government. He de sires, if possible, to prevent an apparent conflict •between the State and General Government. This is the first attempt to break up recruiting here for other States. MUNITIONS OF WAR FOR MISSOURI Nov Yore; Sept. 28 Three thousand muskets and four thousand equipments will be skipped to Missouri to-mor , row by the most expeditious route. From Fortress Monroe and Hatteras. Destruction of Rebel Forts at Ocracoke. Another English Prize Captured FORTRESS MONROE, via Baltimore, Sep. 22 The steamer S. It. Spaulding arrived from Hatteras Inlet this morning. On Tuesday last the steamer Fanny ran down to Ocracoke Inlet with a company of troops, who entirely destroyed the rebel fortiti -ations abandoned some time since. The magazt tie was burnt and the cannon sunk. It is said that the rebels were asseml led in forces at Washington and Newbern, and that two thousand of them had landed on Roanoke Island with the intention of destroying the lighthouse and the dwellings of the Union men. A detachment of seven hundred men, accom panied by a naval force, were about to leave Hatteras Inlet to prevent this inroad: The rebel privateers Coffee and Winslow had visited Ocracoke Inlet, to carry off the cannon left by the rebels, but they left on the appear ance of the Fanny. The steamers Pawnee and Susquehanna were still at Hatteras Inlet. The Argonont of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, laden with fish and salt ran into the inlet, and was secured as a prize. A portion of the eleventh regiment, New York Fire Zouaves, composed mainly of the members of the first regiment Fire Zouaves, reached Old Point this morning. There was an alarm last night at Newport News. The troops in the Fortress and at Camp Hamilton were also under arms at dusk. A considerable rebel force was seen near Newport News, but it was withdrawn after burning a few grain ricks. FURTHER NEWS BY THE PERSIk. ST. JOHNS, N. F., Sept. 23rd The Persia reports having passed the Gnat Eastern on the 16th, putting back to Liverpool in a damaged state. ..,.Russell's letter says, McClellan is rapidly be coming master of the situation and the move ments of the Federalists by water, both on the seaboard and down the Mississippi, which must greatly embarrass the South. It is reported that the. steamer City of New York took fifty-five cases of rifles for the North ern army. The agents of the line deny all knowledge of any shipment of contraband of war. The Paris Moniteyr denies the rumor of an ex traordinary naval movement by France. It is confirmed that Spain is to join the Anglo French expedition against Mexico. The month ly return of the Bank of France shows an in crease of nine millions of francs. RAILROAD ACCIDENT. WnrowTziaTow, Del., Sept. 28 An accident occurred on the P. W. & B. R. R near Claymont, Del., this morning, which de tained the Express train. A team was crossing the road'and stopped directly upon the track. The man in charge disengaged the horses and attempted to give a signal to the engineer, but failed, to do so in season. One passenger who was in the baggage car had his leg fractured. The engine, baggage car and mail car ran off the track, but the passenger cars were not in jured. ARREST OF TRAITORS AT PHILADELPHIA PEEILADELPMU. Sept. 23 James M. Hag, of Baltimore, and F. Wyatt, and William Gilchrist, of this city have been sent to Fort Lafayette on an order from the au thorities at Washington. They are charged with having been , ' extensively engaged in sup plying munitions of war on a large scale to the Southern Confederacy. MAJ. LEWIS, OF THE 46TH PA. REGIMENT. SHOT DFA 1) BY A PRIVATE. DARNESTOWN, Sept. 28. Yesterday Major Arnold C. Lewis, of the 46th Penna. regiment was shot dead by a private named Lanham. The act was wilful murder. [The 46th regiment WM organized in this city and is commanded by Col. Joseph Knipe, a resident of Harrisburg.—En. TramnitKr.] NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT NEW YORK, Sept. 2Srd The Bank statement for the week ending on Saturday shows a decrease of loans 56,393,366 a decrease of deposites $7,443,045 OFFICIAL ORDER FROM GEN. FREMONT All the officers of Gen. Fremont's staff, were ordered to-day to report themselves at head quarters forthwith. CURIOUS The Reading Times is informed by a brother of the young lady, that a daughter of George H. Reber, living in Allentown, in this State, has been liftng for the last nine months past without taking any nourishment whatever; neither eating or drinking in that time, or no medicine was taken by her. She is now get ting very weak having become quite emacia ted ; but for the greater part of this long period mentioned above, not much impreosion seemed to be made upon her system. Her usual occupri dons were not neglected; she conversed as freely as ever, and in all things else, was about the sameas before the curious idea of a bstaining from itol and drink took possession of her. Her mind does not appear to be affect, :A, and no one belonging to the family is able t o account for the phenomenon. Information coincerning-this curious case can be had by calling upon, am. John and William Romig, or any other physi cian of Allentown, all of are conversant with her case. Cam Irinting taffirs. Having gemmed Steam Power Freseee, we are prepar ed to execute JOB add B OK PRINTING of every aescrip don. cheaper than rt can be done at any other establish ment in the country. gia- Four lines or lees constitute one-half square. Eight lines or more than four constitute a square. Half square, one day one week one month three months six months • • • • • one year. • • • One:Square, one day" ........ ••• •• - one week 2 00 one month 350 three months 5 00 six mouths 10 00 0neyear......... .............. 00 4114 r Business notices inserted in the Local Column, or betore lifarriges and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER LINE for each insertion NO 24 tfir Marriges and Deattui to be charged as regular ad vertkem.nts THE PENNSYLVANIA -RESERVE Prince de Joinvilte and Suite Visit Gen. McCall and Ills Command. The Washington correspondent of the North American says that Saturday last was another great day fur Petinsylvania. A grand review was got up at Tennallytown, in honor of the Prince de Joinville, who, with the Due de Chartres, Count de Paris, and the officers of his suite, left Willaid's about 9 o'clock, on horse back. The distinguished party was accom panied by Gen. McCllan and his staff, and met at Georgetown by Capt Scheetz, of Gen. McCall's staff, and a squadron of cavalry. Thus escorted the party proceeded to the ground, where about twelve thousand Penn sylvania soldiers wire assembled. At eleven o'clock the roar of artillery announced the arrival of the Prince, "to whom General McCall was immediately presented, General McClellan gracefully performing the intro ductory ceremony. The party, preceded by Generals McClellan and McCall, then rje through the lines, closely inspecting tWe volunteers, and frequently complimentink the State upon the general appearance of her patriotic soldiers. The whole body sub sequently passed in review before the vis itors, the same order being observed as on the recent occasion of the presentation of colors by Governor Curtin. A number of prominent citizens were present, and several carriages were occupied with ladies, whose presence added grace and elegance to the scene. The good order and discipline of the men excited general admiration, and the praises of Pennsylvania uttered by the distinguished guests were echoed by all others present. The Prince more than once remarked that tee men looked like "old soldiers," and when informed that they had only been a few weeks in the field, he expressed great astonishment. After the review the party spent a social half hour at the headquarters of General McCall,who extended his hospitality with the dignity and politeness for which he is distinguished. The Prince and his suite were touched with the marked attention paid to them, and evidently highly delighted with their visit, whilst the many Pennsylvanians present had another oc casion to feel proud of their State, and another opportunity of witnessing the grand results of the inclefatigible labor and wisdom of her chief magistrate. The division, now the largest of the army, is being brigaded, four regiments composing each brigade. Gen. McCall has already assumed com mand of one. General Reynolds, whose mili tary achievements have acquired for him a widely spread fame, is assigned to the second brigade, and will take command in a few days ; and to the third it is probable that Gen. Heint zelman will be appointed at his own request. The general, who has now nearly recovered from the effects of his wounds received at Bull run, says he owes his commission to Pennsylvania, and though he has a good command of New York regiments he would prefer to lead the sol diers of his native State. OLD WALLOWER LIN E. -1)1:118 OLD TRAN.SPOILTATION LINE is atilt in successful operation and r reparcd to carry freight as LOW as any other individual Imo between Pniladeiptia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williams Jerso. Shore, Lock saveo, lad all points on the Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie, and. Williams port and plmira Railroads. Heeds sent to PEACOCK, ZELL tst HINOEIMAN, Nos. 808 and 810 Market :street, above Eighth, by 4 o'clock, P. M., ad! arrlte at Harrisburg, ready tor delivery, the next _ . _ _ morinna x.449-tf lIMBIRELLA MANUFACTORY No. 69, Market Street, below Third, EfARRISBURG, PA. M. H. LEE, MANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS, pARA , toi S and , AIRING CAVES, will furnish e,ods at LOWER PRICES than can be 'bought In any of the Eastern cities. Country merchants will do well to call and examine prices and quality, and convince theta selves of tnis fact. aug23-tily. PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER, • w o ria ti r i o : n D sa r n e d s tr pee p t u f b u li l o ly gen i e n r f a o li r y m tha h t ia bo O w l il a i continue to give Instructions ou the PIANO FORTE, If& [ODEON VIOLIN and also in thu science of THOROUGH 13.a88. lie will yeth pleasure wait upon pupils at their tomes at any hour desired, or lessons will be given at his residence. is Third street, : few doors below the 9errnan Setnitried Church. STONE FOR SALE. UILD IN G STON LI or Stone sulfated UP for turuiniciag •• de delivered to any par of the nit F or it, iyieirvii. lily to mat. InIT,DER. Jr. - - - ANEW LOT, jugt received, of the bee quality, at CATIitI.RT'S, next door to tiarriebur Sant:. sap? HEAD QUARTERS, 1 HARRISBURG, Sept. 9, 1861. I ABOARD OF SURGEONS for the examina- A. ton 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, Oct. 2d, 1861, at 9 a. m, when and where all desiring appoint ments will present themselves. By order of the Governor. HENRY H. SMITH, M. D. Surgeon General, Penn's. ST. Louis, Sept. 22 REMOVAL. TBE SUBSCRIBER has removed hie Pi UNIBING aND ERA.i.S FOUNDRY from Market d treat to Fourth street above Mismet,oppo3ire the Bothe church. thanion for past patronage, he hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance or it. inart26.3mt , wm PAREHM . PLEASANT apartments,with use of neater, bath, gas s,e, w.th good board, can be °b inned by a cuup'e of gentlemen at No. 5. Locust street. (Elumm lately o:capieti by Gen. near the river. sepl6-d2v.2taw f ETTERS testamentary on the estate of L Iltizabeth Thompson, deed , late of the city of Harr sbure, Pa., hating been granted to the undersigned, residing there, all persons having demands against the estate are requested t.o make known the same to him without delay. IL&k CIDER 1 11—titrictly pure, spark ling and sweet hasreceived a Silver Medal , or Di ,eala at every State Agricultural Pair since 185C1 Vor bi jell-d WM. DOCIE a 00. RA !ES OF ADVERTISING New 2 rierttsernents Cl. Ft. 341 Q 1331 DJ - 40 II ritAvßiAris our N 7 up - YHLL Lncai Agent at Harnsbnrg. D. A MUENCH WHOLESALE MILITARY GAUNTLET'S selo-3taw BOARDING. EXhUU 10 db. NUIIII6. DAVID M. ROBINSON, Executor eepl6-dnaw 6w $0 25 1 00 200 3 00 5 00 8 00 0. F. IiaIESCH, Tracreling. Agent.