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OD:SASES OF IMPRUDENCF:.
KRIM, ffil .11 10 TWIILVS HOMO , .
No film -vary or Noxious Drag.,
Aor A eon. Ii.OLKANTIO, D
09 Cl) CHAR EIa M', Pt Offs Cl
WellAnflef 01 10.1 liftoff or Limbs, Strictures, Max
AprnkarffeetfilliS of the k nicer and Bladder, 1.14 aril(
serval,. Bohdity, Decay of the l'hysiet 'Pow•
eff, Ifr f opfo. I A f f e.ifor, Lff.lBpirll9, CODIVIIOO of droll
I nil indha, J 4, [l.-o,Tlondity, Trerobliugs, Dlstinen
of :iht of 010(11,14Si,, Of the Stomach, Affection,
(1 1 ,, Heck l'llfo se or :4111-111.80 terriblo dicor•
Yore arising Ira tho IDdrerefifm Or Solitary Bahl* ot
Youth—Jl-e redfdl .I,struntive praotigoc which
prure WOW floffeffo debit , render marriage twos-
Ode, and dew.y hod:, ana mind,
YOUNO lit EN,
ou „g nr r5104:1111 have become the victims of
Adory Vie, that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually 1111 untimely grave thousands of
• a the moat exulted bloat and brilliant iniel
ieot, w ,nig ht otherwise t eve entranced listening
i,l,rialrgwitr he thunders ci eloq ce
uen, or waked to
lyrr, may call wil h full conlidenro.
Named persons, or those contemplating marriage, he
ll', swore or physical weakness, sbould Immediately con.
mit IP. J., 'lnd he restored to perfect health.
immediately oared and fun mgor restored
up who places himself ender the earn of may
r e.goissly conhde in his honor as n gentleman, and eon
tib rely upon Ilia skill as a physician.
ar °nice No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore,
no the loft hand side going from Baltimore street, 7
J , trim the corner. 8., par neuter lo observing tht
~.Ite or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par.
lie..lar for ignorant, Trilling Quacks, with nage Immo
N Paltry tiambmg Certi fi cates, attracted by the repute.
hon ui Dr..lohnson, lurk near.
All loiters roust contain a Postage Stamp, to ale oe the
Johnson member of the Royal College or Burgeons,
I llon, graduate from one of the meet eminent Collars",
o .110 roiled hates, tied the greatest part of whose ur,
Can been spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila.
docotss oud elsewhere, has elfeeted some et the moat as
to,tidung cures that were over known. Many troubler
v n ringing in the ears and head when asleep. great ner
;ow on, ring alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
rrequent blushing, attended sometimes with derenei.
0 nt el mind worn mired Immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
r. oresses all those who having Injured them-
P • 'OS by pr wale and improper Indulgencies, that secret
a, .Ittary Olt which ruins both body and mind. or,
:hem for either birstnessor society.
he ore come of the sad and molaucboly Aga pro
, by early habits of youth, vir. : Weakness of the
Keel( aid limbs, I'aiva In the bind, Dimness of Night,
lnr+ol Niiißcular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dye.
pich, Nervous Irritability, Derangement or the Digestivr
General Debility, Symptoms of Consomp.
Stmt.'s, the fearful effects on the mind are must to
bo dreaded=—Lone of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Dr
minion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion loSnele
ty, Selcdnitrust, Love of Solitude, Tholdity,/te., ore sivsg ,
of the evil sorts.
Thournuog ot pnrsons ot all ages, can now judge what
Is the cause of their dcolloo In health, toeing their vigor,
is.conveg weak, pale, nervous and emaeoiteel, have e
singular appearance about the oyes, cough, and symp
mil or commotora.
who have ll:Cured themselves by a cortsin practice, in
delved ie when alone—a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the streets of which are
Mealy felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, renders
marriage impossible, and destroys bola inind and body,
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hopes el his coon.
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched In=
all prospects and enjoyments of bib by the coming nen ert
of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging In
certain secret habit. to h persons must, before comets.
effect that a sound Wad and body are the moot utwessaty
requistteo to promote connubial happioess. Indeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a wear)
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the'
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and tilled with Ho
melancholy reflection that the happiness of author
cameo blighted with oar own.
HR. JOHNSON'S INVIOnEATiNG SHMIKDY FOR OB
By this great and important remedy, Wealtnesunf the
Orions are epeedlly nui e 4, suit full vigor resturod,
Lhottsands of the tr.est nor vdea yid debilitated tyhe
had lord all hope, hove been immediately relieved. Ad
impediments to Marriage, Physical or Kemal Ihmealill.
cation, Nervous, Trembling , Weakness or Exhaustion or
the most fearful kind, speedily cured.
The many thousands mind at this Inetiutiou within ant
hat twelve years, and the oumorous Important tturglea,
operations performed by Or, „1,, witnessed by Zhu re
porters of the papers, and many other persona, notices of
which have appeared again and again 'Delors the public,
betides hit standing as a pentleman of character and n
spmusibility, is a sufficient guarantee to th, alit, fed.
WEAR'S OP IMPRUDENCE.—When the misguidec
and imprudent votary of pleasure dude he has itebibed
the seeds of this painful disease, it woollen happens tea
an ill-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters
him from applying to those who, from ellUO4tlol2 arid re•
speolabillty can clam, befriend hint, delaying till the I:Or .
Stitutional symptoms of this horrid disease make thoft
appearance, affecting the head, throat, oofto. &o n ,
pregresstng on with frightful rapidity, till dealt' puts a
period to his dreadful auderinsa by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveler retinue." It is a me-.
Ancholy fact that thousands tall soelons W ibis terrible
disease owing to the unskilfulness el ignorant pretend.
en, who,i by the as Or thlll,b3dly plota,/ IVMOUrg, rah
the constitution and make the residua 0! miserable,
Tn tilkanallite.—The iketer's oink:reds bans in bit
49-Letters must contain a Bump to lIR MI the min
sir Remedies sent by Hail.
sir No. T South Frederick stre , i, deitirtrem.
SCHEFFE'RS BOOK STORE,
(NEAR THE ILiaItISBURO
VOTE PAPER, of six different designe
A.l routed in two colors } sold by the thousuud and
al ream at City Cash prices.
tut so, Flags, tlatea Brant Pins, Eagles, Union Rin%
atri Root at very low aces. Call at
TO FARMERS !
Burrila (god,o sweet anti fresh) in one
tr.sh LGGS iu large and small
quantities taken at all times and aash or Pneeries
117 " 114 ezehmlte• _Regular market rates always paid
Opposite the Court Rouse
I;NDORSED " Proposals for Subsistence
_E4 Stores" will be received until 3 P. M.,
October 14, 1861, for furnishing by contract the
following articles for the United States :
260 barrels Extra Family Flour.
100 barrels Extra Mess Pork.
4000 pounds Rio Coffee.
3000 pounds Rice, in barrels.
3000 pounds good Hard Soap.
300 gallons Molasses.
To be delivered free of cost to the United
States at the United States Storehouse at Har
risburg, Pa.,on or before the 19th inst.
Altartiebe4o beef the best que4iV end in
strong packages, and to be subject 0,14E41
epectit as the U. S., Commissary may require.
Bids state the price per barrel for . flour and
pork, pound for coffee , soap and ,ride, and
per g on for molaesee.
Th right is reserved to reject any bid ; and
any alleles if not of satisfactory quality.
Bids to be addressed to the undersigned at
Capt. & 0. 8. U. S. A
A. G. CURTIN. • , .
In the name and by the authority of theTontmon
®illinkwealth of Pennsylvania, ANDBZW G. Omar,-
Governor of sad Commonwealth.
WHEREAS, try the twelfth section of the Act
of Assembly, passed the Fifteenth day of May
1861, itis'provided that it shall not be lawful
for any Volunteer Soldier to leave 'this Cdm
monweall as Such, unless he shall hitve been
tirst accepted by the Governor of this State,
upon a,call'under a requisition of the President
of the United States made upon the Governor
direct, for troops for the service of the United
Arm wnwarres, Notwithstandinesuch prohibi
tion, sundry persons, (many of them engttgod iii
raising regiments to be furnished Wile Oilier
States,) are persisting in endeavoring teekirit
volunteers in violation of law.
AND WIIIatEAS, it is necessary for. the public
service and for the honor of Pennsylvania, dud
her military force should be regularly organized
and furnished for the suppression of the existing,
rebellion, in conformity with the acts of C 64:
cress of twenty-second and twenty-fifth Jul,y,'
1861, and with the laws of the State ?
a n d that her citizens should not be seduced
into organizations independent of the State
authority ; whereby the raising of her quota
is embarrassed, the regiments are not enrolled
in her Archives, the families of the men are de
prived of the relief provided by, the laws of the
State for the families of her own volunteers, and
the Stateliemelf by the absorption other Men
in such unlawful organizations may be found,
unable to, supply volunteers to fill the. fakir&
4equisitioro of the Government of the Did
AND MO , the folio:Wing' order Mile Weir
issued by the War Department of the United
States, viz :
September 26, 1861.
Ills Excellency 4. G. CURTIN, Governor qt' Penn
Stu :-1 have the honor to transmit the fol
lowing order from the War Department :
1. All men now enrolled or mustered into the
service of the United States for brigades, regi
ments, batteries or companies in the State of
Pennsylvania, under the direct authority of the
Secretary of War, are placed under the com
mand of the Governor of Pennsylvania, who
shall organize or re-organize them as he may
deem most advantageous to the interests of the
2. The United States will continue to furnish
subsistence, camp equippage, clothing, &c., as
heretofore, for the organizations referred to in
the first paragraph, and all 11. S. commissaries
and quartermasters will furnish, on requisitions
made, the necessary subsistence, clothing, &o.
3. All authorizations heretofore given to said
brigades, regiments or companies in the State of
Pennsylvania, are hereby revoked from and af
ter the expiration of the times limited in the
original authority, or in any renewals hereto
fore granted ; and in cases where no limit of
time has been specified, then from and after
the expiration of tea days from the date of
this order; and in future all volunteers for the
service of the United States shall be raised, in
Pennsylvania, only under requisitions made on
the Governor. All authorities issued by the
War Department for Independent Regiments,
subject to the approval of the Governor, which
have not been so approved are hereby revoked.
Secretary of War.
And, whereas, theiPresident of the United
States has, in accordance with the acts of Con
gress of the twenty r sacond and twenty-fifth of
July last, made regulations on the Governor of
Pennsylvania for sundry regiments of volun
teers, which requisitions are in the course of
Now, therefore, I Andrew G. Curtin, Gov
ernor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for
the purpose of preventing further impositions
on the good and loyal citizens of Pennsylvania
in tnis regard, do make this my proclamation,
hereby prohibiting all persons from raising vol
unteers in Pennsylvania otherwise than by au
thority of the Governor, and especially forbid
ding the raising of volunteers for regiments to
be furnished from other States. And also for
bidding all citizens of Pennsylvania from en
listing in or attaching themselves to any such
irregular and unlawful' organizations and
warning all persons that in disobeying this
proclamation they will be disregarding the or
ders of the Government of the United States,
as well as defying the laws of the State and
violating their duties as sons and citizens
of the Commonwealth. And I do hereby
require all Magistrates, District Attorneys,
and officers of the Commonwealth to arrest and
prosecute all persons who shall disobey this
proclamation, and particularly all persons and
their alders and abettors, who under any preten
ded authority, shall enlist volunteers for any
Brigade, Regiment, Battery or Company of
Volunteers other than such as may be authoriz
ed by the Governor of this Commonwealth, or
advertise or open or keep recruiting stations for
e nlistments., so that such offenders may be
law. ° Ught to justice and punished according to
GiL a en te u , n a d t er my hand and the great seal of the
otohffotSusaeh: itiedulornebeinagrirotuillwhttmtaihihredythea:anodfhosixt37tyldxl-0:17nor anondye
114rri8 borli, this twenty-eighth da
By the Governor.
SecrektrY of th e o Z nse Hri guk. 3 1 I
HARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1861.
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Writhig, Book-keeping and Copying,
THOS. H. EVERETT, practical aceoun
i_ tent, Reporter and Copyist, has taken an Willie ad
joining the Ratio! and Union, on Third sheet, where he
will prepare young men for beekeepers, clerks, no., and
assist them to situations in business in Philadelphia and
Nat i York. He will also attend promptly, to the adjust.
ment of difilatilt accounts, opening and closing books,
general copy work of any kind. Re, Ming, Card and
Letter-wiling, Time-tables, Muster and Pay Rolls for the
Army, Notes, Mortgages, Bonds and Adyerilsements
serenity made.' Charges moderate
Hon. Edward Everett, Boston.
Dr. J. Heni7,Poleston, Pooenixville, Pa.
Hoo..George Lt Noy, Banker, New York
William Dock, Jr , Esq., Harrliburg.
TEAT we have reoently added to our al
ready full stook
Fos ma ELunnrsacroar
TURKISH EB q3NCE,
ODER OF mune
LIMA'S issicNan BOUQUAT.
Fog INK aria
NYNTI.I AND VIOLET POMATUM,
FOR TOR COXPLECION :
TAW OP VEMS-E,
ROM IMO POWDER,
NM W MOWN KAY YOWLER,
BLAND DE PERM
MOS 3 RM,M,
NEW MOWN HAY,
Having the largest stook and bait assortment of Toilet
Articles, we fancy that we are better able than our com
petitors to getup a complete Toilet Set at any prase de
sired. Call and see.
Always.on baud , a FRESH Stook ot DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, CEGIMICALS, ho., consequent or our receiving
almost daily, additions thereto.
IraLLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
91 Market Street, two doors East or Fourth Street,
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING.
rpHE vast amonntof property destroyed
_L. annually by Lightning ought to be a warning to
property holders to secure their buildings. All orders
tar Ligittning.Rele left at the atiodoa store of W. BARB,
will be attended to. Beds put up in the latest Improved
le and warranted. jel2-d
THE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
,A to solicited to oar very large amortmeni of
UNDIREEURES AID DRAWERS of every else end qua lity
Giem' Jaunt Km thong, beet article manufactured
All the different kinds of Wursot GUN*.
largest assortment of HOSIMIT in the city.
CRAVATS, Suanumeas, Misametwoos, Ready Hemmed
And everything in Glade' wear, at
Next to the Harrisburg Bent
Hottorr, Samna OQRX
Beta Prke, ins;
Maßsor Fax awn,
Wawa Ma, dn., ku
Art reeelved and for sale at the sonars onus moss
fable Wm. DOOR JR. k 00.
TN consequence of the death of W. J. E.
1„ Bishop, one the Arm oft!. J. Liktante and Huai, no-
GO* IS hereby given that the books M the late Arm are In
the lands thesurvtvtag mum. All Prams know"
tog themselves to be Indebted to. the late firm, and all
those ha ehtlmstmlp pressat them, duly auttienties
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MEADQVARTEBS PAAsstLVANIA MamA,
Quart:mummy. eharsaar.'s Oman,
Harrisburg, Oct. 4th, 1861.
PROPOSALS will be received at this office
until 8 p. m., on Thursday Oct. 10th, for
the erection of a suitable building to be used as a
military store, at Camp Curtin, near Harrisburg.
All proposals must be accompanied by plans
atltipeaifications, which must accord with the
following conditions :
All'Liimber to be sound and well seasoned,
Building to be of frame weather-boarded, floor
to be raised a short distance from the ground to
insure proper drainage and ventilation ; to
be one story in height and give about 7000 square
feet of surface for storage ; height in the clear
from floor to the lowest part of roof 10 feet ;
double roof with sufficient pitch to shed water
quickly; shutters to be strong and well secured
'and all doors to be furnished with bars and fast
enings; strength, durability, and proper shel
ter, together with sufficient facilities for receiv
ing and delivering goods in quantites, are the
desired requisites and the plan which most
economically combines these will receive con
sideration. B. C. RALF,,
octs-eodBt Q. M. Gen.
STONE FOR SALE.
BIIILDING STONE or Stone snitated
for tarnplicing purposea wit' lie delivered to any
par of the city or its violnity. &oply to
marNt WM. ()OLDEN; Jr.
SPICED SALMON 11
MIRES!' AND VERY DELICATE. Put
1: up neatly In Ave pound cum
ie2s WM. DCKIB , Jr., &Co.
rp.H Y. SUBSCRIBER would respectfully
IL inform the public that he had removed tils Plumb
ing and Brave Founding establishment to No. 22 South
Third street below Herr's Hotel. Thankful for gest pat
ronage, he hopes by strict , attention to bushiest' to merit
a oontinuanee of it.
smildtf d. .70N1:1
SHOEMAKERS on Coarse Work,
p.&pply In North State street between Sixth and
abort [sep6-Im] WM• ‘ll+l A T,T.
IMPORTED BOLOGNA BAUBAGE.-A
very rare lot jest received and (or sale by
Sd s WM. MN JR & CIO
KELL"'S DRUG STORK; is the place
to find azythlng In the way Perfumery.
VINE TOILET t 0 PS, POMADES, HAIR
OIL, POWDERS, COLOGNES and IMAMS, of
many styles, prices and manutosturoo at KELLER'S
DRUG AND PANOv .2 .RR.
0. 0. ZIMMERMAN'S
BANIING STOOK, BILL AND COLLECTING OFFICE
Has been removed from No. 28 Second St
NO. 130 MARKET STREET
TREASURY NOTES TAKEN AT PAR.
,CIRAD CIDER I l I—Strictly pore spark
N.) bag and aweec—ltaa received a &Ivor Medal or Di
tem& at every State Agricultural Fair alum 1858. For
to by jelld WM. DOCK k CO.
THE undersigned would respectfully in•
form the citizens of Harrisburg that be is prepared
tofarnish in any part of the city, Lyk ens Valley, Trevor
to and Wllkaebarre Coal as low as any other dealers in
hen city. Please call and give ate a trisl.
J. W ALUMNA, Jr., Agent,
sape.gnu Har r isbu
No. 13, Heading Railroad DPrg P%
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act objecUenablii lotus frotn GIGAtt pirtayeed se
'it DRUG STORM, 11l Yaricet streqt. t
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Books for the Military 1
T UST imuTsnu AT BFIRCRIFES CHEAP
t 1 BOOKSTORE, No. 61 Market street.
Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics, for the exer
cise and manoeuvres of Troops when acting as
Light Infantry or Riflemen. Prepared under
the direction of the War Department. By Bre
vet Lieutenant-Colonel W. J. HARM, IJ. S.
Vol. L --Schools of the Soldier and Company ;
Instructions for Skirmishers. Vol. 11—School
of the Battalion.
NSTRUOTIONS IN FIELD ARTILLERY
Prepared by a Board of Artillery Officers.—
One vol. Bvo. 82.50.
CoL. S. Coors, Adjt.-Gen. 11. S. A.
Sir :—The Light Artillery Board assembled
by Special Orders No. 184, of 1866, and Special
Orders No. 116, of 1868, has the honor to sub
mit a revised system of Light Artillery Tactics
and Regulations recommended for that arm.
WM. EL FRENCH, Bt. Maj. Capt. First Artil
WTTLTAM F. BARRY, Captain First Artillery.
HENRY J. HUNT, Bt. Maj. Capt. Second Ar
Published by order of the War Department.
First Part—School of the Trooper; of the Pla
toon and of the Squadron Dismounted. Second
Part—of the Platoon and of the Squadron
Mounted. Third Part—Evolutions of a Regi
WAR DIPARTICENT, WASHINCITON,
February 10, 1841.
The system of Cava.* Tactics adapted to the
organisation of Dragoon regiments, having
been approved by the President of the. 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
acta* and manceuvrce laid down in this system
are positively forbidden.
J. R. POINSETT, Secretary of War.
M'CLELLAN'S BAYONET RICERCISE,.
Manual of Bayonet Exercises. Prepared for
the use of the Army of the 'United States. By
GEORGE B. Iif'CLELLAN, Capt. First Begi.
ment Cavalry, 11. S. A. Printed by order of
MRADQUARTORB or min Asia,
Waszateron, D. C., Dec. 81, 1851. f
Hon. C. M. CONRAD, Secretary of War.
Sir :—Herewith I have the honor to submit
a system of Bayonet Exercise translated from
French by Captain Geo. B. • M'Clellan, Corps,
Engineers, 11. S. Army.
I strongly recommend ita being printed for
distribution to the Army ; and that it made, by
regulation, a part of the "System of Instruc
The Inclosed extracts from reports of the In
spector General, etc., show the value.
I have the honor to be, sir, with high respect,
your most obedient servant,
Approved. C. If. CONRAD, Secretary of War,
January 2, 1862.
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. BERGHER, Harrisburg, Pa.
City . Proporty . or Sale.
A LARGE TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE
Li an 4 letk et lOnund, Pkneandf. ./xuded /rent .atet
betweem 11124 . _ street old IF,ak°lgma Avenue.
Alan TWO Lagos PIANOS In-good onnditkpa • otiter
#o,llWatcoßek, six • " "
Re,* Milt feast.,
Three yobs. 18mo. $8.76
PRICE ONE CENT.
TBE ELECTION YESMDA Y.
We go to press at two o'clock a. m. ; but the
returns from the state come in so slowly that
it is Impossible for us to foul' any estimate of
the result of the election held yesterday.
The returns from this county are also incom
plete ; but we believe that the whole Republi
can ticket is elected, excepting perhaps the
County Treasurer. The vote, however, is so close
for that office that it will take the official vote
to decide it.
The Reimbllama have gained one member of
the Legislature in 44 county by the defeat of
the ritentoentic candidate Dr. Heck.
This is a glorious residkas every exertion
was made to elect him. Dauphin county has
therefore sustained the men who are willing to
do their utmost for their country. Dr. Heck's
vote last winter against the militia bill has ef
fectually sealed his fate. -
Altogether old Dauphin has done nobly, and
evinced by her vote her undying attachment to
the cause of the Union.
Later From Washington.
Explosion of an Ammunition Chest.
A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.
DEPARTURE OP GFEN• CAMERON.
GIN. JAMES' BRIOLDE ACCEPTED.
Brigadier Gen. Strong en route for
CEN'LS. ROSENCRANS AND FREMONT
TO BE SUSTAINED.
As the Campbell artillery were passing near
the President's house this afternoon, on their
way from the grand artillery and cavalry re
view, the ammunition box on one of the gun
carriages exploded with a noise like the report
of cannon. The box contained shell and solid
shot. The three artillerymen sitting on the lid
of it were violently lifted several feet and slight -
ly scorched, and falling into the street were con
; siderably bruised. They were at once removed
in ambulances to the hospital. The expl, sive
force was principally at the back of the ammu
nition box, that section being broken into seve
ral fragments, while the lid on which the men
were escaped a fracture, it is doubtless owing to
these facts that they were not more seriously
injured, if not killed. The wheel horses were
Secretary Cameron left Washington this morn
ing to thoroughly inspect the Pittsburg cannon
foundry with a view to provide an increased
supply of artillery for the use of the army.
Gen. J. Y. James, of Penna., now here, has
procured an order for the acceptance of three
regiments from that State, composed of moun -
tain men, who enter for the war.
Brigadier General Strong, of New York, will,
it is said, immediately leave for Missourifor the
performance of important duties connected with
the Quartermaster's department. According
to a telegram from Gen. B.oaencrans he will be
able fully to sustain himself against the com
bined forces of the rebel Generals Lee and Floyd.
Neither he or General Fremont will have occa
sion to complain of insufficient force as the ad
ministration is not unmindful of the importance
of affording them all support which their sev
eral positions require.
The military event of to-day has been the
Promised grand review of cavalry and artillery.
It is now progressing on a favorable ground,
some distance east of the Capitol.
The review is witnessed by the President, the
Cabinet, the foreign Ministers, and hundreds of
Gen. McClellan was received on his appear
ance with a salute of thirteen guns.
The day is chilly and damp.
The election among the Pennsylvania volun
teers, encamped at Tennallytown and elsewhere
in this vicinity, takes places at four o'clock this
The President has confirmed the sentence of
the Court Martial in the case of certain volun
teer officers who have been on trial for various
charges, and ordered their names to be stricken
from the folls.• • ' •
Joseph B. Paxton, of Philadelphia, has been
appointed Consul to Bahia.
A soldier, name unknown, belonging to a
Pennsylvania regiment, was accidentally killed
last night while coming off sentry duty, near
Corporal John Naylor, of Philadelphia of
the Cameron dragoons, died last night.
CA.III.I9LP, Oct. 9.-2 P. M
From all indications Graham will have about
200 majority in this minty. The Legislative
ticket as heard from would indicate an increase
over Foster's vote. Foster had 91 last ,
Might say Democratic majority for Amen' .
will be about 150 in Cumberland county, butes
Perry forms part of the district. Cant say—not
heard anything from there.
IMAIIINATION OF COL. BANKIN
Toamo, C W., Oct. 8.
Col, Rankin* the.Petroit Lancers, member
of the Canadian Parliament, was before a mag-
Waste this morning foi: a violation of the
iiittrnentietihnt the hearing was postPont4 ortt -
, :odetuit of the absence of Witamea.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8