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'Wednesday Morning, September 25,
FEINTING MATERIAL FOB !SALE.
Two POWER PRESSES, old Adams' Patent.
Two IRON BAND Passe, one nearly new,
and a large amount of sec nd hand Printing
material, will be sold at exceedingly low
for owl' or approved paper. All these i
als are in a guod conditim, and would answer
for a country office. They must be sold to make
room fro new and more extensive machinery.
Apply at this office humediately.
Toe CATIIOI.IC Ihsnot , of this diocese has re
commended to the pastors under his charge, the
observance of the National Fast Day, and the
recitatum, at the respective masses of the usual
" prayer fur the authorities," or such other de
votions as may be deemed appropriate.
Our tisroicroatAL cotemporary of the Union
labors under a mistake in saying that the super
intendent of the public grounds has no authori
ty to make arrests. A special act of assembly
makes him and his assistants the police of the
capitol grounds, with full authority to appre
hend all disorderly persons found within the
Tus KNITTINO AMCIATION.— We have not yet
heard of any movement in our city towards the
organization of an association to carry out the
suggestions of Quarter Master General Hale,
in reference to furnishing woollen stock
ite:s to our brave volunteers. Who will be .the
first to move in this matter? Our State calls
on her daughters for aid to those who have
go ne to fight our battles, and surely the ladies
of the Capital city will not fail to show their
patriotism in the premises. Hurry up, ladies.
CommtNco.—The Reading cotton factory com
menced operations yesterday morning. In order
to give work to-the operatives during the win
ter, the mill will ran on short time—eight
hours, thereby answering a double purpose,
saving the gas to the company as well as keep
ing the bands employed. This is a very praise
worthy act on the part of the owners of the mill,
and should be imitated by the directors of the
mill in this city, if they can do so without posi
How ro STOP TUN FLOW of BLOOD. —HOMO
keepers, mechanics, and others, in handling
knives, tools, and other sharp instruments, very
frequently receive severe cute, from which blood
flows profusely and oftentimes endangers life
itself. Blood may be made to cease to flow as
follows :—Take the fine dust of tea and bind it
close to the wound—at all times accessible and
easily to be obtained. After the blood has
ceased to flow, laudanum may be advantageous
ly applied to the wound. Due regard to these
Instructions would save an agitation of mind,
and running for the surgeon, who would, pro
bably, make no better prescription if he were
THE COLDER FENCIBLER. —This fine company
of volunteers, mostly recruited in this city, axe
now performing guard duty at the lower end of
the Northern Central Railroad, and have their
headquarters at Camp Detwiler, Bee Tree Hol
low. A correspondent at the camp gives ns the
following particulars of an accident which re
cently occurred on the railroad near that place,
and the services performed by the Fencibles on
the occasion :
"You have probably heard ere this of the ac
cident which occurred on the night of the 19th
inst., in which engine No. 42, coal burner,
jumped the track and ran over the bridge into
the creek, injuring both fireman and engineer
to some extent, breaking the engine and two
freight cars—throwing one of the guard of the
Colder Fencibles, who was stationed at the
bridge, Over a bank twenty feet high, into the
creek, without injuring him—setting fire to the
bridge, which, by the prompt action of the Fen
bles, was soon extinguished.
DEUNKENsitss.—We do not remember a time
when drunkenness among young men was so
prevalent in this city as now, and we are at a
loss to assign a reason for it, though we judge
that it originates mainly from the idleness
whip h has followed the general depression of
business. Every evening numbers of these un
fortunate and infatuated beings, who were
blessed with the same virtues and original man
hood with other men, may be seen staggering
into or out of the saloons, while under the in
fluence of liquor, and in the middle hours of
the night their songs and whoops are heard all
over the city. The fact is humiliating, distres
sing and disgraceful. Humiliating to parents
and the victims of intemperance, distressing to
the community at large, and disgraceful to the
city in its corporate capacity. The evil de
mands the serious attention of the public.—
Means should be devised to check its growth,
la:for o it embraces within its terrible arms all
the youth of our city, crushing out their man
hood and carrying than on to certain d6struc
LANCES FOR THE FEDERAL ARMY.—It appears
that the lance is to bo once more used as a
?itpon in the American army. A prominent
manufacturer of Cincinnati has been ordered to
make a sample weapon, and bid for the menu
hi, titre of a large number. There has always
been a kind of romance attached to this wee
p.,n, and its adoption will serve to render the'
(.tvalry service additionally popular. The lance
i composed of a sharp steel blade from eight to
ten inches long, shaped much like the common I
bayonet, which is attached to a handle of light,
strong wood, from nine to twelve feet long.
The whole weapon weighs from four to five I
Pounds. It is hung to the arm of the rider by a
swiveled strap, so that when not grasped it
S wings to an upright position, the lower end
fitting into a leather boot. Lances are more
formidable than other weapons, because of their
longer reach. This arm has not been used
much in the American army, because of its
utter uselessness in Indian fighting, and on the
plains, where a hickory club is as formidable a
weapon. But for charging on infantry who m
oat with the bayonet, nothing can equal it. In
close ( patters the lancer depends upon his sabre.
REMOVED. - C. 0. Zimmerman, Banker and
Stock and Bill Broker, tins removed his office
from Second street to No. 130 Market street,
near the depot, where he will be happy to ac
commodate all who may favor him with their
PASSING TROOPS. —While the instructions of
the Government in reference to the movements
of troops prevent us from giving any detailed
account of the number of regiments that have
passed through this city, it is not amiss to state
that within the last few days many thousand
men have marched through Harrisburg en rouse
for the Federal capital. They have been ac
companied by field pieces, army wagons, ambu
lances and stores in abundance.
STOCKINGS FOR MR VOLUNTEERS.—The ladies
of Lebanon county held a meeting at the Court
House, in Lebanon, last Monday, and organized
a Stocking Knitting Association. A commit
tee of ladies was appointed for each ward, bor
ough and township in the county, to canvass
their districts for the purpose of procuring wool,
yarn, stockings, or money to purchase material.
This is a praise-worthy movement, and one we
should be glad to see imitated by the ladies of
INTERESTING TO HUSBANDS AND DRY GOODS
DEALERS .-A case occurred in Buffalo last week,
in which a husband who refused to pay a bill
for some $ll2, brought against him by a dry
goods dealer, for articles furnished his wife,
was sued. The husband's defense was that he
had never ordered the articles, that he had
never received them, and that their purchase
was unnecessarily extravagant on the the
part of a woman married to a man in his
circumstances. The jury considered the defense
a sound one, and gave a verdict to the hus
To KEEP THE HANDS WHITE AND BOIT.— In or
der to preserve the hands soft and white, they
should always be washed in warm water with
fine soap, and carefully dried with a moderately
coarse towel, being well rubbed every time to
ensure a brisk circulation, than which nothing
can be more effectual in promoting a transpa
rent and soft surface. If engaged in any acci
dental pursuit which may hurt the color of the
hands, or if they have been exposed to the sun,
a little lemon juice will restore their whiteness
for the time.
A GOOD Asaasoaarisr.—The War Depart
ment has completed its arrangements for facili
tating the appropriation by our volunteers of a
portion of their pay for the support of their fa
milies. Rolls of assignment are to be kept in
each command, which are to be forwarded to
the Paymaster General's office, where the de
duction will be made, and where, also, arrange
ments will be completed by which the persons
for whose benefit these deductions are to be
made, will receive their specified amounts.—
We anticipate great good from this system, as
well for the soldier as for his family. It will
also scatter large sums of money in the loyal
States, as a means of supplying many needy
Darattet or PHILADELPHIA —The Committee
on the safety and defence of Philadelphia have
employed suitable parties to make a topograph
ical survey of the Susquehanna River, with
the view of erecting, if necessary, suitable fortir
ficationa to prevent an invasion of rebels into
Pennsylvania. The party employed will com
mence operations near the mouth of the Juniata,
and thence down the Susquehanna River, ascer
taining its depth, and at all places where the
river can be forded, the declivity of the banks,
the elevation and depression of the land for six
or eight miles inland will be noted and "report
cd upon. The work has already been com
menced, and in a few weeks the officers appoint
ed to make the survey will be ready to report
to the Committee.
Timms or RESPICIT.—The following resolu
tions were .unanimously adopted by the Fulton
Council No. 35, 0. U. A. IL, at a meeting held
in their council chamber, Monday evening,
Williams it has pleased an all-wise Providence
to remove from our midst by death ojar late
fellow-member, Brother Charles Folk. There
Resolved, That this council sympathize with
the bereaved family in their loss of a good hus
band and kind father, consoling them, however,
that their loss is his eternal gain. _
Resolved, That this council chamber be clothed
in appropriate mourning for the space of three
months, as a token of respect to Our deceased
Resolved, That the Recording Secretary be in
structed to transmit a copy of the above pre
amble and resolutions.to - the family of. the de
IVII.OIIARL RUNK, COM' tee.
Attest—A. Smarm See' y.
A PATRIOTIC MOVNRlRT.—Subscription fists
are in circulation among all the employees of
the Reading Railroad Company, in which '•it is
proposed that each person in the employ of the
Company contribute one day's pay in every
month to a common Fund, to be loaned to the
Government of the United States by a purchase
of their National 7 8-10 per Cent. Loan at par,
the interest on said Loan to be again invested
for the benefit of the holder, until peace be de
clared, when the whole sum, principal and in
terest, shall be divided among the holders in
exact proportion to the sum o'liginally contrib
uted by each." The pay roll of the railroad is
about $540,000 per annum, and the per cen
tage which the employees have proposed to pay
will yield about $6OOO per month to the Gen
eral Government. The monthly receipt which
is given to the employees reads as follows :
PRILADELYELA AND UNARM° RAILROAD
Employees' .National Loan to the United States "Gov
Received, Sept. 24, 1861, of
To be invested in above loan, and repaid as di
rected in the original subscription paper.
This is indeed a most Paymaster.
patriotic and praise
worthy movement, and one that should
be followed up by the mechanics and work
ingmen in this city. The Government of this
great country can never be even partially
overthrown, when the Bons of toil man**
their devotion to it by acts like these.
gitunspluania Wag Zelegpvt), lithOttobak Sipping, Snitanber 25 , jooi
BUYING Woors.=-The goverrunent has' puf
chased all the woods which border the railroad
from Washington to the Relay House The
timber will be cut down, and transported to
Was hington, to be used as fuel. A large num
ber of ment are now employed in felling the in es,
leaving the track of the road perfectly clear on
"Fasniounsur Pasaarsu.—ln an exchange
paper, a New York lady is made to write to her
son at school : "Dr. Mundy is giving a series of
sermons ou the different kinds of wood used in
building Solomon's Temple. They are very in
terestidg, and he has such a flow of beautiful
words, and such wavy gestures, and he looks so
gentlemanly, that I have no doubt he does a
great deal of good. The church is alwaysfull."
Nor A err OP rr.—The Sunday Dispatch says
that "hoops are a nuisance, at home or abroad."
We dont believe it. There is not a man who
grumbles about hoops, who would not ridicule
any womann who should appear in the streets
without them, unless she wore skirts enough
to ruin her health and cost four times the
amount that hoops do. It's all folly to talk
otherwise, men do like hoops and think their
wearers are improved by them.
Tns falling of the leaf, as the winds sigh
through the brauches of the trees, warns us
that the beautiful season of Summer is draw
ing to a close. So it is with life ; daily warn
ings tell us that our pilgrimage is nearer and
nearer its end, and that the things which now
know us shall know us no more forever ! With
such a demonstration, it becomes a duty to con
sider the subject well, and to make such pre
parations that when the call to duty is sounded
we shall be ready to obey. Like true soldiers
let us he found with arms in our hand, that
when the great captain of our host inspects us,
there shall be no difficulty in passing. muster.
BAKER'S Loaves have the faculty of growing
smaller when flour is higher, but they do not
seem to grow larger when flour is low. We are
likely to have a redundant supply of bread
stuffs this year and the next, not only because
the harvest will be unusually large, but because,
also, there will be a diminished consumption in
this country, and a probably reduced foreign de
rdand. Bread, therefore, should be cheaper,
but it will not be if the baker does not increase
the size of his loaves or abate the price. The
bakers of Newark, N. J., are, we are told, "now
vigorously competing with each other as to
which shall sell the largest loaf, and announce
by placards the size and price of their respective
loaves, each claiming to sell the largest
bread." We should like to see the bakers of our
city get up a similar competition.
A PATRIOTIC ORGANIZAZION.—An organization
exists 'in this State known by the name of the
Sons of Liberty. It comprises already about
two thousand-men. The object of it is to aid
the Government in supporting the Constitution
and in carrying offt all measures which it may
ace proper to take. It was started about two
months since in Mauch Chunk, and has spread
over the State, until members are to be found
in every county, and in every ward of the city
of Philadelphia. No political object is contem
plated, Democrats and Republicans being in tits
ranks, and working men as well as large prop
erty holders engaging in the active duties of
the organization. Weekly meetings are held,
and committees appointed, etc. The different
branches are known as "camps." We ander
stand that a branch of the "Sons" will shortly
be organized in this city.
Amman Flamm VOLTINEINR.—A femenine
recruit, named Mary Smith, lately enlisted in
the McClellan Zouaves, was discovered at Camp
Wood, Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuesday. Mary is
said to be intelligent, good looking, full of pa
triotism, pluck, and aged about twenty-two
years. Suspicion as to her sex was first excited
by the pecnliar wring of the dish cloth, which
she gave when assisting in cooking the com
pany's rations, but all doubts - vanished in the
distribution of "unmentionables" a pair was
handed to the recruit with the femenine voice
to fit on. He sat down, pinned the garment
to his knee, and began to sew with the expert
ness of a professional seamstress. On being
questioned, Mary plead guilty, and said she
wished to go to war to avenge the death of an
only brother, who fell at the battle of Bull Bun.
Miss Smith was sent to Dayton.
- GENERAL Naws, Chief of Police called in!
cheering news from Missouri and Virginia !
large arrival of new dry Goods at Minh & Bow-
Man's ! Appointment of Major ! Bausenwein,
late aid de camp to Garibaldi ! acceptance of the
tender of military services by the Count de Faris
and the Due de Chartre'sl a great rush for cheap
diy Goods I chief of Police (*lied in to quell the
excitement at South East cor. of Front & Market
ARRIVAL OF New Goons, LARGE ABSORTIIINT
—We have now on hand one of the best select
ed and largest stock of goods in the city. Hav
ing enlarged our store, we are now enabled to
keep a full line of all kind of goods.
100 pieces of new fall lieLaines.
25 pc. of plaid Poplins. -
26 pc. splendid figured all wool DeLaines.
16 pc. black Alapacas from auction.
100 proche and wool Shawls.
26 pc. of plain French Merinos, all colors.
200 dta. of ladies' men's and children's stock
-75 pc. of heavy brown Muslin.
100 pc. of bleached Muslin, all prices.
Large lot of Shirt Breasts, Hoop Skirts, in
fants' Bodies, Collars, white Canibrios,
50 pc. Canton Flanels and Crock.
Thankful for past favors, we most respectfully
invite the public to call, and we promise not to
be outsold by any one.S. Lew;
sept24-dtf Rl:Olid's old stand.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTORY 1
No. 69, Market' Street, b elow' third,
mANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
PARAiOi d and •vaLKING CANES, will furnish
goods at LOWER PititiliS than can be bought in any of
the East rn cities. Country merchants will do well to
call and examine prices and quality, and convince them
:salves of this fact. • • 5ug23411.
PROF. ADOLPH. P. TEL
WOULD reapectlully inform Ufa ~old
T v patrons and the public generally. that he wild
°engine to glee tostrardlone On ahl.l.A.ntelottri6. E
LO , IrfCMIS and also In the &deice of-THOROUIPI
-431 He will-14.1r•Oes/nuwarattlapisi.fitildlirat thei ,
hOtnes at apy beta
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tp midd* fu T " hlrethroa4 heUlte l
; ± , 3IA IN HO I P
EDWARD STOVgR, Plumbs Vend. Ex. No. 74.
vs. ; August Term 1861. In Dauphin
ANNA lIIIMO E. Com. Plaint.
CENTRAL INSURAN a LIMPANY; FL Fa. No. 58.-
98. ' Jann'y T. 1861.
ELIZABETH HERSHEY AND ANNA In Dauphin
, MSUSE. Com. Pleas.
THE Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin
county having appointed the underkigned an Audi
tor to make distribution of the proceeds of sale of the
aforesaid defendants' real estate among the lien credit
ars. herebx Ropes ntnicso to at perso n s interested that he
will 1'U:old -to Ike di:4les of Ws appoinnien t &Oita efilee
op Thursday, the ad day of October, at 10 o'clock, A. It,
!wh elk i l l VII* li Otiir 6 4 ol therein. may attend, if ther . ,
_..,,0pe al Wank piopeiri • • ,'' ' ' - .:'
. ..00hs tieW '`" L' L' '' - JOHN IL JOINIO* Audit. „—
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Meldamber 18 , 166 /. - -Nriakt- *4
IMPOIMAN r TO FEMALES
DR. OHEESEMAN'S PILLS
Prepared by Cornelius L Cheeseman, M. D.,
N EW YORK CITY
rpti E combination of ingredients n these
.1 Pills are the reqittof a long and extensive practice.
They are mild In their operaticlu, and certain to correcting
all irregul gill s , Painful Menstrnations removing all eh
sixth:dons, whether irom cold or otherwise, headache,
pain In the site palpitation of the heart, whiles, all ner
vous air MMus, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, , disturbed sleep, ich arises from luterrup
lion a nature.
TO HARRIED LAI , ILv,
Dr Cheerenun's Pills are luvaltlabl6 , u they will bring
on ihe mobthly period with regularity ladie who have
been dlaap,o nted in the use of other MIA can place the
utmost emit lame in
p r; Dheeseman's ilsing all that
they represent to •to.
There is one condition of the female system in which he
Pins cannot be taken without producing a PROD LI A tt
RESULT. The condition referred to is PRE° .1f A "'T—
ad mutt .MISCARRIAGE. Suck is the irresiitib e ten
dency of Use medicine le restive Use festal fai!.eifons to a
Normal condi ion, amt. item the Mrinmdewiine power of sta
ture coma retest it.
Warranted purely Vegetable, and fr e from anything
injurious. Exideit direction'', which shun dbe road no
corn any each box. rice St tint by mail on sock's.
log St to De. • oansistni L. Ceentontax, Box 4,631, Poet
Office, lihw York Qty. •
bold by one Drujigod In every tow.. In the Culled States.
P. B. HU 'CHINOS,
General Agent for the United States.
14• Broadway, New • ork,
To whom all w'nolosale orders should VG addressed.
old W Harrisburg uy C. A. datIVART.
A CARD TO THE LADLES
DR. DDPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
aralllble corm:mot -- %etuOtlee
obstruetkuus, - frays .eirksWvor cause, and
' ivays It " prevail
11.111k1E PILLS Elx. E BEEN (MEd) B 1
.1,,. the doetore for many. years, both in Pram* ant
`America, with unparalleled auccese in every case; an
no is urged by natty thousium lathes who used them, It
pake the Pills pub*. lbr the allsetaitell Of. there stillerint
m any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
Menem of family where , health will not permit it.—
emales pulloularly situated, or those sepposrog them
selves so, are cautioned whist. these Pills while in that
donditlon as they are sti r to produce .miscarriage, anc
the ProPrieldr, aellutoue on responsibility, alter this admo
Attlee, although their mildneae would prevent any.mie
chiel to health—otherwhe the Hes are recommended .
Pull and explicit directions accompany each box. Pyle.
it 00 per box. So d wbotemile and retail by
. A. asmiveor, DruW. a.
; - ; No. 2 Jones Now Harrisburg, Pa.
..ladles," by trending him Sleo to theElarriebnr i g
Post 011ioe, can have the Pills sent tree of observaSinn tt
any part ol the within; (cerdldentially) and “tree of pot
tiger by mail. Sold auto by S. S. Stsvairs„ Reeding,
Annotott, UOLLOWAT A POWIEE, Philadelphia, J. L. LIN.
INIRCIIM, laballtlE, DANIEL R. DITEU.C, Laallaatall J. A.
Wats. Wrightsville ; It. T. Shuns, York ; and by out
fragil i st is ;every : .. city and Allage in the Union, and bi
D. owe, - els proprietor, Now York
;N. 0.-I.oak out tbr conotereitts. Bey nu °olden Pilo
ol any kind unless every box is signed :.;.. D. Howe. Ai
otbent4tre a - base imposition and uns ate; therefore, se
you value your Ilvee and health, (to ;say nothing of br
ag humbugged tenor your money;) tiny only of thou
Who ,thl M. !arra Ct S. D. libwe im 401 box,
Shah NU 111111 )4 1 . 'Wit!' i Oft . 111 iptcllol of i I, Pill,
*wit. Ininn en ..- . 4- le3hdir ly. '
MOYFAI?B Um MI Lb AND MIME BIITSES.•
pr,q.frinpi tel,ifieteeta Poisoni..--44 eases of scrofele
Illuere'SFkl` or pboAks ti We; the °petition
01 the Life Sf - lelues truly otlen removing
ie e rew days; hvory Vesttgeurshoile Wmlbsome diseases
bj their portfytog tofeets ou the blood. Itilltoots Fevers,
i r .evel - ana - 410l9elqdidYPPlo, Fllou, , eoe .IbOrt,
°wet' aig*istAi•oon yieldto ibell.'ourve protiartles
%le family should he,clguell Rbetn, es by, their ninety
.ahe rhumb sulreriui ..eel expense may be
Prepar••o SIVFFAT New Vora, and
tor k to. pridtblifirifint .1
Tits ADVERT -181 R, ving: been restored to
begin' In • few ,vreeks.by a very simple remedy, after
Ana sofftwea several years with a severe lung aeon.
•, and.th•t dread disease, Consumption—ls anxious to
shake known,io his tellow•sugbrers the means of cure.
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of the pre-
Mription used (free of charge) ; with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will.find a
shred:lure Sir Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, io.. The
ohly object of the advertiser ln sending the:Prescription
tkibeuent ths.ainteted, and spread Inliormation whieh
solitaires to; be ,nvaluable, and he hopes every ant
hirer will try his .remedy, na it will coat them nothing;
and May prove a bleasing.
eartierwishing the proscription will pleaseaddram
SSW. NDWAIII:1 A. WILSUbi,
s.t.ga county, New York
oNp STATES LOIN.
TRE&RURY INGTES-INTERE# T 810 PER .61 , 1E1311
. _ . . ....
V 't IIIISUANT to instructions fromfrom the Secre
tary of the Treasury, a book will opened
o he .23& DAY' :OR, SEPTEKBKB., AT THE
HARRAtiIJitG . BANK for subscriptions for
United, States treasury notes, to be issued under
the act of July 17, 1861. These notes will be
issued in sums of fifty dollars, one hundred dol
len, five kindred dollars, one thousand dollars
and five thourtand dollars each, dated' 19th Au
gest, 1861, pay,able three years after date to the
otder of the subscriber or as directed, and bear
ing interest at the rate of 7 3-10-per cent. per
annum, payable semi-annually ; such interest
being at the rate of two cents for each day on
every hundred dollars. For the convenience of
the holder, each note will have coupons at
tached expressing the several amounts of semi
annual' interest, which coupons `
.may be de
tachrd and presented for payment' separately
fioro the notes. .
I Subscription for such treasury notes will be
received during fifteen days from the day of
opening the book as aforesaid. No Earpscrip
tion for less than fifty dollars nor for any frac
tion of that sum can be received. Subscriptions
must be paid in lawful coin of the United
States or in Philadelphia or New York Ex
change at the time of subscribing.
Certificates will be grand in duplicate to
subscribers for the amounts so paid, the original
of which the subscriber will transmit by mail
to the Secretary of the Treasury, when treasu
ry notes, as aforesaid, will be issued thereon to
such subscribe; or his order, carrying interest
as expressed in such certificate; on payment the
subscriber will pay, in addition thereto, a sum
equal to the interest accrued thereon from the
19th of August to the date of payment, which
payments of interest will be reimbursed to the
snbscriber in the payment of the first coupon.
The treasury notes issued upon such certifi
cates by the treasury will be sent to the sub
scribers by mail, or such other mode as may be
indicated by them when they transmit their
original certificates. The duplicate certificates
may be retained by them for their own security.
J. W. WEIR,
sep2l-d2w Subscription Agent
Writing, Book-keeping and Copying.
- 1 1 110 S. B. EVERETT, practical accortn
i_ isos..itoporierAho copyist, has taltopAlo a1i.3.3
toloing the /wad and Uniori, on thlidatrek *here be
will prep young men for rookeePere, clerk' , he, Lid
assi t them to situations In business in Philadelphia nd
New York. He will also attend promptly, to the see I,
meat of dill'. tuft accounts, opening and closing he , ker
general copy work of soy kind. Re. °Nog, Car aaaaggqqdddd
hettor-wt Ling Time tet es, Minter and m Bolls 141
army,: Moths, klortgagok Bonds aid An is! .
care ßa httaly &
stex to t 0 ChargesenorXeraln. - '.r X 6
' ' r
Ron. Edward Interett, Roston.
Or J. Henry ?Weston, Pnoenlaville, Pa.
Hon. George 1.. Csny, Banker, New York.
William Dock Jr , Sas., Elarritiburs,
LLOST in the sleeping cars' between Pittsburg
and Harrisburg, eastward bound with train
which left-Pittsburg, Tuesday night the 17th
inst., TWENTY EIGHT HUNDRED . DOL
LAR% 41;likfi7el.r Xpritate and. NewEriglarad
Bank noterecif-denornin ons of fives, tads and
twenties. It was cut from my body around
which it was carried in a belt. The above re
ward wil be paid upon the return of the money.
Address me at. Spencerville, Indiana, or in care
of -Artiold,afirsbaddi AClRidlhiger,
phia, Pa. SIMON OCHS
Sept.:2o; - 1801:=46t •x i=
MEI tiT we have recently added to our al
11. ready fall stock
. - OF 8E0;41118
KARI IIL MONO,
Fox rile EIANDEsmuly :
TURKISH F.B 4 ENCK,
ODER OF MUSK.,
LUBIN'S ESSLNCM BOUQUET,
hriraTLlN Al) noun. POMATUM,
FOR TIM COMPLIFION : -
TALC OF PENILE,
ROSE LE iF POWDER,
w MOWN RAY FOWLER,
BLANC DE ‘ PERLES.
- OF SOAPS'
BASIN'S FINE.T .
NNW MOWN HA.;
Having the largest stook and best assortment of Toilet
Articles, we fancy thtt we are better able than our own
petttors to get up a complata Toilet Set.at too pr.ce de
sired. Cali and see. .
'AlWays on hind, FRESH Stock el TWOS, ERTIT
CINES, CHNIEtCALS,Jko , consequent of , our receiving
almost additions thereto.
• IittLLER'S ORIJG AND FANCY STORE,
91 Market Street. two doors Bast of Fourth Street,
PENNSYL VANL4, SS
In the name and by the authority of the Commonwasith
nr4of Pennsylvania, Andrew G. Curtin, Gov
ernorof the aci d Ormionwealth.,
-A PROCLAMATION. ....
WHEREAS, the President of the United
States of America has by proclamation appointed
Thursday, the 26th day of September, current,
as " a day of public hum 'Ration, prayer and
fasting, to be observed by the people of the
United States with religious solemnifies and the
offering of fervent supplications to Almighty
God for the safety and welfare of these States,
His blessing on their arms and a speedy restora
tion of peace."
Now, Tuamotu's, I, ANDREW G. CITICITH,
Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia, do order that on the day named therein the
public offices shall be closed, and I earnestly
recommend to the people to suspend .on that
day their ordinary avocations, and to close their
places of business, and to humble themselves
before the Almighty with earnest prayers that
he will favorably and with mercy look upon His
Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the
State at Harrisburg this nineteenth day of
September, in the year , of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred - and sixtY-one, and
of the Commonwealth. the eighty-sixth.
By the Governor.
Secrelary of the Cbntmonwealth
- E II ISIIPEMI3EIL'aiI
Loc g H.vex , Jimmy
USIONTOWN, LlVAtemovs, Vrerosc.lll/11:11thIG;
NONIIII7IIIIIZIAND, 1:.11721801114 TH,IIVOILTON,
GNORGICTOWN, linomarowg, MiLiixs
AND. Ji A, R. 1.0 S:B II G '
rtithdolphia Liepat being centrally - located the
Drayage will be at the lowest rates. 'A 'Conductor goes
through with each train to attend to.the sore delivery, 01
s4l goods euiruAted to the Good* deßverod At the
Depot of ,
FltliED, 'WARD & ERRED, No. 811 Mut et. Steet,-Plaila,
delphia, by 6 o'cloeic P. W wilt be Lolivered in
Harrisburg the nat mornto..
Freight (abatuys) as low as blikAy other sue.
Persianlar attention paidby Mit line tu urompt and
speedy deliverrof ali Harrisburg ••utals.
t The undersigned thankful for pait patro e hopes by
strict attention ui bueiamith inerk , a coot• iuiuee'uf the
fire' T. Plill'EkEit
Ptillitdeltditalied,F)keudlit . tt, '
dell' dam rem of Markiit'Stiie trig, burg.
HARRISBURG, Sept. 8, 1861. 1
L No pardon will be granted until notice of
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 wa. had.
2. No pardon will be granted unless notice
of the application therefor shall have been given
to the District Attorney of the proper County.
8. No pardon will be granted without first
consulting the Judge who presided at the trial
of the party. By order of the Governor.
sep4-Im. Sec' y of Com.
10Q0Pounds Fresh "Tama Honey"
in the original combs, and in glut boxes
rom tbe Rive Boxes vary in weight from ten
to six pounds. The'onality is superiOr.' ' '
14Cli, JR., & Co
- LIME FORiSALE..
IIIE UN DERsIUNED having- emblaked
in the LIME BUSINESS is prepared to 1 arnish to
very beat article at short natal, and el. the lo went pr Ices
for cash. lie sells the lime burnt at &plumb la and Rao
that burnt at bowie.
,my2943EU PETER BERNERREL
1:11.6.13 , 13 I . FLAGEt
m 0 7` etA - ptwAlY "NiiilPos .
senkm.ws BuOK gitikEy
• '24 meet; tb• Harriebars 13ndas
SPICED SAIAION 11 - •
FRESEE AND VEItY DELICATE. Pu
up neatly In Ilve pound cane.
lead. WM DOOR, Jr., &00.
T r ELLER'S DRUG STORE is the place
ll to bay Patent Medicines.
tr , ELLER'S DRUG STORE is the place
t find anything In the way Perfumer"•
TCPUTTER (good, sweet and fresh) in one
pcsmd rolls, and fr:dah EGGS in lare and small
qU an ,_ Ono =id items and sash pail Or smooth ,
Prep in ex . Regular market rates assays paid
1,4 I ; WM. Da O KOR . 4 IIO 4* - A
inkle Oppeete the Court Hone
Universal Confidence is Patronage-
FOR STATESMEN, JUDGES, CLERGYMAN,
Ladles and Gentlemen, to all partner the world testily to
the efficacy of Prof. 0. J Wood's Hair Restorative and
gentlemen of the Press are unanimous in its praiati. A
few testimonials only can be here given ; see circular or
- more, and it will be Imoncsibin for yuu to doubt.
47 Wall Street, New York, Dee. 20th, 1808-
Gorrunrcs : Your note o. the 15 Is lose. , bas been re
cloyed, saying that you had beard that I had been bene
fited by the use of Wood's Rair theeturall re, and request
ing my certificate of die r-ct if I b no .ble,cnun 10
I award it to you cheerinl'y, °mange ttituk it dee—
Ily age Is about &I years ; the color of mY Its it augur:l.
and 'unlined to curl some five or ot Mill* it e.
gan.to turn gray, and the t•Cliip OD tbc , rown 01 my be d
to Wee its sendbilliy eel dandruff - to for.. . it. Rach
of these dlsagreeabilitlrs iucrewied with utile, sod about
'bur months 1.1110.1 a fourth was added to them, by hair
falling off' the top of my bead and threatening to matte
In this unpleasant predicament, I wet induced w try
itrood't Hair Restorative, mainte to arrest the fella,
off of me hair, fort had real.y no expectation that gray
hair could ever be restored to its original color sleep
from dt es. I was, however, greatly eurpris d to Mad
,fter the use of two te ilea only. the. not only was the
tilling oil arreded, but the color was reatoreo to the gray
hairs and seosibi ity to .10. scalp s and dandruff ceased to
tbrm on my head, very much to the gratiticeiton of my
trite, at whose solicitation I weA induced to try it.
. For this, among the many obligations I owe to her sex,
I strongiy recommend all husbands who ir Ana the d
miration Of their wiv a to iirdit by my example, and
use t If growing gray or getting bald.
I Very retpeatraily, B , N A. LAVENDER.
to 0 J. Wood k Co., 444 Broadway Sew Yirk
My faintly are absent from the city, and I am no long
er at No. 11 Carrot place.
Siamaston, Ala , July 20tlik, 1860.
'To Pio,. 0. J. wool) : Hear 1r : Your Restora
tive" has done my htlr ao much good since l eominenced
the use of it, that I what to make knowu to the QB i 0
,its effects on the hair, which are great. k man or wo
Mau may be newly deprived of hair, and by a resort to
yttur "Hair Restorative," the hair will return more
tAiutifol than ever ; at lea t this to MY , xtoriockaa
Believe it all I Yours truly,
WU B. SINEWY.
—You can publish the above if you lite. By pub
Selling In our Southern papers you will get more pore°
sg. Booth. _ I see Beyond of your cerblioates !a the Yo
Aferoary a strong Southern paper. .
PROF 0. J. WoOD :. , ear ..•Ar : Having had the mi4or-
Mlle to lose the beet port*Cl of my hair, (rum the effects
of the yellow fever, In New Orleans In 1861, I was in
duced to make a trial of your preparadou, and Coned It
to answer as t.e very thing needed kly bar b now
thick and glosty, sad nu w vds oat express me oultga.
%kilos to you le giving to the afflicted snob a treasure.
The Restorative is put up in bottles of three sine.:, via :
lame medium, and small ; the small holds half a pint,
spa retails for one doll. r per bottle ; the medium bolds
ationst twenty per cent more in proportion than •he
sniall, retails for two dollars bottle ; the large to. ids
a quart, 40 per coml. more in proportion, and retells tor
0.1, WOOD & CO., Prop tetors, 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market street, Bt. Louis, 10.
%nil sold by all goal 10'0g:slits and Fancy Goods
MILITARY, FIREMAN. AND CITIEBNE
01[0 be given at BitAN'f'S CITY HALL,
on .te night of the reception of the Frirndenip Fire
nIPAI I Y's Stem Eire Engine.
Gen. J. 8. Negley, Col. Jo,. Knipe,
!'E. C. Wit/lame, " T. A. Zieg e,
0 . G. C. Wynkoop, .. J. M. Campbell,
Lt. Col %Pm. a. Sipes, Lt. Col. Wm. D Earnest,
Ciipt. M. McNally, Capt. I. B. Waterbury,
P J. P. S. Gobin, .g Alex. Forayth,
Mr. 8 S. Child, Mr. A. tiblager,
" W. A. Parkhill, i "B. Mcliowen
" Jno. Newman, ' ..Geo. Caldwell,
" T.... Rogers, " P. Gardner,
" Joe Green, " Jacob KOWA,
' M. Morris, " its , ey.
MAStER OF CEREMONIES.
A. W. Benet esser.
Jno. Ritner, Geo. EarneaL
TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR.
Gentleman desiring invitations for ladles will apply to
the Managers. Due mules arid alto be given in the daily
paper. el the night the Bill will take plies.
VT E OFFER T 0
A New Lot of
Of beautiful &yles, ejbttaetlaLy made.
- -- ;--cz-ira..A N SET W ERN NEW YORK
; - V, - • AND LIVERPOOL
.%.14Y7 IN L. AN D EMBARKING PAS
z‘GEtt- at QUEENSTOWN, (trciand.) The Liver
popi. 61. w tors and Philadelphia Steamship company
Wee I spatchloß their full powered Ciyde-built iron
Btto.nadips aft rOilOMB:
'ITV OF MANCHESTER, Saturday Scupdember 21
'KANGAROO, Saturday September 28; CITY
Yt.RIC, Saturday, October 6 ; a DINBURG, Saturday, Oc
tober 12 ; and every Saturday at Noon, trom Pier 44,
RAM OP PABEIAOI.
MST GAHIN ....,.175 O. I
STwICKAGE.... $BO 00
do no London $BO 00 do to Londoo ..$3B 00
'do to Parts fss 00do to $3B 00
do to 14 :nibu , g..1.85 00 I do to 110rohura $.5 00
Peaseugaramlso.iorniartled to Hai > firatoaa, ppo t !,
dam. Aotwe.p, An, .L . equally tow ratei
iierversons wintinu It, luring .ut thew trinotl, cat. buy
imams bete at the following Wes, to ivea York: rrom
I...Marpoca or Qaewortown, fat Cabin ' 175, 546 JAW 1105 .
Arerspe from Liverpool 1.40 00 Prom Queenstown,
(These Steamers have superior nooonsattalstioub tor
piesengera, and carry experienced euricetine. ro-y are
built in Water-tight !rock Sectl.ot.., and have rale a Fire
Annihilators on board.
lot further information apply in Liverpool to WILLS 4.61.
INSIAN, Agent,22 Water Street ; la Oltegew to WIC,
Ili tia.N_, 5-et. Enoch Square :to Queenstown to C. a wt .
IV BTv3ILKYR a Co. ; in London to Eli' •r' a IiA,Y. fil
viug 'Wildarni St . ; in Peri- to JULCS DECOUE, 5 Place
d la Bonne ; in ehiladelptlia to JO + N ii vALE, 11.1.
,alout street ; or at the Compaoy's omoes.
.hvo. G. ',Ai ,F, Agent,
.an 7341 16 Etr..4way, \ow York.
Or 0.0. 7Arntnerutru. Scent. tiarrivbnra.
ARMY OVERCOATS FOR SALE.
Newly Organized Regiments
'A lot of the very best overcoats, made
_ according to th" army regulations, ant uMc .rn-
Id equip a MB regiment, are for sate at ti. SHFIENSEItt
ulea & Co., Second street . below Jones House Harris
Illwo active young women who tinder
/ stand the Butter and Dairy badness thoroughly.—
/ iberal wages will be paid. Young woman from tte
**mit preferiegi. apply to
pep2o4ta JOHN WALLOWER, Jr.
DWELLING HOUSE WANTED TO RENT.
,A comfortable two or three-story dwel•
mat house, with six or tight rooms, with rent not
leexceed 3175 yer annum, for the three, or $lBO for the
tato-story house, will be rented immediately on applies,
don at this office. seplB If
W. IL Handy
WOOD'S HAM RZEITO (ATI VIC..
A Spleudid dosortioeot of
A New and Elegant Perfume,
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS' BOQUET,
Pat up in Gut Glass lengraved Bottles
A Complete Assortment or
(if the beet Menet:toter°
A very Handsome Variety of
POWDER PUFF BOXES,
HELLER'S DRUG STORE,
91 Market street.
AIR, TOOTH, CLOTH, HAT,
LATHER and INFANT . RENAME 1 , in great variety
ER'S DEttikAND FAwur EYZORit.
NDIA. RUBBER, BUFFALO HORN,
RoifiOßN and SHELL DREW:se 0011E0, of all
, at W'S DRUG A ' , ID FA?OV STORE.
INETOILETtOAPS POMADES, HAIR
, 9 ?op;Dims, COLOG N ES nd untscri. of
- Igifil...ll sad matufloUtrie it KELLER'S