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:rNarages are paid.
-al:AT:hers negloet or Wiese to take their newva.
.'rom the °fibula wltivh tali arc directed, they are
re-insilde until they hare settled the halls and orde ed
U. J OHNSON
, tiiseeVel the most certain, speed:
1 j fto,t oketwo remoty nu the world for
pisasEs OF IMPIAMENOE.
sewn 9IT TO !wars novas
a t , Steno o:17 or Noxious Drugs.
0,,,,c00TT0), OR SO CHARON, IN TION lrtrf w
Cl • th • Reek or Limbs, Strictures, Pains*
11,0,00 of the helper and Bladder, Orgagli
" ‘ oetelity, Decay of the Physlegt Pow
pol fioo of ,he Ib•art, Ti midity Tremblings, Plaine=
ju ht or Giddiness, Pent: Cl the Stomach, Affections
o. '4 [ l Head, mr,„t, N,: e: or Skin—those terrible disor
less , fprp , Ihf• Indl.cretion or Solitary Habits el
youth--,h",'r I destructive practises which
~,csoldi•••cao debility, render marriage hopes
eel h holy and mind.
re le, and de•Tr•.
0 „, s tep t,prcielly who have become the victims of
,notary nee, !til dreadful and destructive habit which
a. ,„„iij to an untimely grave thousands of
h e min oi lao , most exalted talent and brilliant intel
hat. nogb: otherwise b the entranced listening
„ t „, w lto ,he thunders of eloquence, or waked to cc
„..-, the living lyre, may call wi.ti full confidence.
Hurried persons, or those contemplating marriage, be
ta; aware of physical weakness, should Immediately con
, e h or. J and be restored to perfect health.
Immediately cured and full vigor restored.
who places himself under the care of Dr. J., may
religiously confide in hie honor as a gentleman, and con
handy rely upon his skill as a physician.
ee-011ice No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore,
on the left hand side plug from Baltimore street, 7
fors Iron, the corner. Bo particular In observing the
a.m., or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par
[Velar for Ignorant, Trifling Quack; with false names,
it Paltry Humbug Certificates, attracted by the repuls
e,. Dr..lohnson, lurk near.
All letters must confabs a PoetageStamp, to use on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Soya! College of Surgeon;
Loudon, graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges
of the United States, and the greatest part of whose Itfe
has been spent in the Hospitals or London, Paris, Phila.
aelphin. and elsewhere, has °Tented some of the most as.
t.,,,ishing cures that were ever known. Many troubled
soh ringiug in the cars and head when asleep, great oar
reaqi, se , being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
eh , . frequent blushing, atteuded sometimes with derange
o la of mind were mired immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
or. oetireases all Mose who having injured th e m
sores by private awl tint-roper luclulgencies, that secret
and solitary obit which ruins both body and mind, to
Meer them for either kinsinessor society.
the: are seine of the cad and melancholy on etre pro
dares or early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the
Back aud Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Lae, of Mustiular Powor, PulpitaLion of the Heart, Dys
pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
ineetines, General Debility, Symptoms of "ensump ,
Swim.tv, the fearful effect," on the mind aro much to
U. dreaded :—Lose of illeutory, Confusion of Ideas, De-
Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion tnSoole
ty, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, &c., are some
ni the evil Keels.
Thousanda el persona of all .tgeti, can now judge what
lit a mul e or their decline in health, toeing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated,. have
!angular appearance about the Oyes, cough, and symp
who have injured themuselvos by a %Trish) practice, in
thilyed In when alone—a habit frequently learned from
ocd Jompanions, or at school, the effects of which are
Manny felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, renders
marriage Imposighle, mill destroys both mind and body.
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the lumen of bin roan.
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched ITOII7
all prospects and enjoyments la life by the consequences
of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in I
certain secret habit. *I persons must, before contort.
effect that a sound mind and uody are the moat necessary
requisites to promote connubial happimms. Indeed
without these, the journey through lire becomes a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly, darkens to the view; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and tilled with the
melancholy reflection that the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our own
DR. JOHNSON'S INVigIoItATING RHIMED4 FOR OH:
By this great and Important remedy, Weakness of tbl
()Tube arespeedily cured, iusd full vigor restored.
thousands of the owl nervous and debilitated who
bad lost all hope, hive been immediately relieved. Al;
Impediments to Marriage, Physical nr Mental Disqualifi
cation, Nervous, Trembling, Weakness or Xxbauxtinn or
the moot fearful kind, speedily Mired.
The many thousands cured at this Institution witnin tne
list twelve years, and the numerous important Unripe&
operations porformed by Dr. J., witnessed by thb re
porters et the papers, and many other persons, notices In
which have appeared again and again before the public',
betides his Standing at a gentleman of character and ft
vonauity, la a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
MEARS OF InPROOFNCE —When the misguide°
and imprudent votary of pleasure [lads he bite imbiber
the seeds of this paidui disease, it too often happens that
an 111-timed sense of shame or dread of discover tither,
him from applying to those who, from education and re.
SPeailbility can alone befriend him, delaying till the COD •
Stitutional symptoms of this horrid disease make theta
appearance, affecting the howl, throat, 1104 d, akin,
progressing on with frightfui rapidity, hit dwelt put. a
period to his dreadlul suileriugs by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveler returns," It la a Lant
ana* fact that tbouscols fall victims to this terrible
disease, owing to the ouskillunans of ignoraut pretend
who, by the use of that
panne. mercury, rule
th constitution and make the residue of
To ernalasks.—The Doctor's Plowman ha Is miserable.
far Letters must contain a Stamp to us on the rep!,.
arßentedies sent by Mail.
OWN°. 7 'Aluth Frederick street, Baltimore,
SCHEFFEffiS BOOK STORE,
NEAR TH9 HARRISBURG BRIDGE.)
OT E PAPER, of six different designs,
NI reaprinted ns in two colors, am sold by th e thousand ass
by City Cash P
Union Breast ri Pins, Eagles, Union Rings
rasa ves at very low Vrwee- Cvll at
OUR newly replenished stock of Toi.et
c, ncesis is
.unsurpassed in this city, and
ecalie.ndcring sehstactitto, we woo
in Market street, KELLER,
two doors east orpourth arm s Atli
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VOL XV I.
Universal Oonfidanne ds Patronage
FOR STATESMEN, JUDGES, CLERGYMAN,
Ladies and Gentlemen, in all ',Lattice' the wield testily 10
the efficacy of Prof. G. J ; Wood's Hair Itestog attvc, end
gentlemen of the Press are unanimous pn ita,proice. A
few testimonials oily can be here given ; see' chuular , or
more, and it will be Impassible for yeti to doubt. '-
47 Wall Street, New York s Dec.Q&
Giorrustnts : Vont. note of the 15th Inst.,ll
delved, saying that you had 'nevi Uill.khatt
fiteetlY tale.ffilifsod's 'Mite 'Restorative', and molest.
tag my certificate of the fact if I. bed no effiection to
I award II to you cheerfully, because 1 Mink it due.—
My age is about 50 years ; the color of my hair auburn
and inclined to earl. Some five or slit years Mace it be
gan to tarn gray, and the scalp on the crown of my had
to lose its seneiffillly and dandrffifto fortu 'elms it. Each
of these disagreeabditieti increased with time, and about
four months since a fourth was added to them, by hair
fallingoff the top of my head and threatening to make
In this unpleasant predicament, I was induced to try
Wood's Hair Restorative, mainly to arrest the falling
off of my hair, for I had really no eftpentatton that gray
hair could ever be restored to its original color except
from dyes. I was, however, greatly surprised to find
after the use of two bottles only, that not only was the
falling oft arrested,. but the color was restored to. the gray
hairs and sensibility to the scalp, and dandruft ceased to
form on my head, Very much to the gratification of my
wile, at whoaOsolicitation I was induced to try it.
For this, among the many obligation I owe to her sex,
I strongly recommend all husbands who value the ad
miration of their wives to profit by my example, and
use it if growing gray or getting bald.
Very respectfully, BEN. A. LAVENDER.
To O. J. Wood , & Co., 444 Broadway, New York,
By family are absent from the city, and I am no long
er at No. 11 Carrel place.
Siamaston, Ala,, July 20th L 11359.
To PROF. 0. J. WOOD : Deer sir : Your . "Hair. Betdora-
Live" has done my hair so ranch good sincel commenced
the use of it, that I wish to make known to the PIIIII.IO
its effects on the hair, which are great. A man or Wo
man may be nearly deprived of hair, and by a resort to
your "Hair Restorative," the hair will return ' more
beautiful than ever; at least this is my experience.-,
Believe it. all I Yours truly •
WM. H. BEINEDY,
P .—You can publish the above if you like. By Pub
lishing in our Southern papers yon will get more patrini
age south. I see several of your cert'thoates in the Mo
bile ifercury s a strong soinhern.paper. .
W. H. Kenedy.
. . . . . .
WOOD'S HAIR RESTOS.ATIVE
PROP. 0. J. WOOD : Dear Sir : Having had the misfor
tune to lose the beat portion Of my hair, from the effects
of the yellow fever, in New Orleans in 1851, I was In
duced to make a trial of your preparation, and found it
to answer as the very thing needed. idly hair Is now
thick and glossy, and no words can express' my obliga
tions to you is giving to the afflicted such a treasure..
. _ .
Thu Restorative is put up in bottles of three sizes, viz
large medial; and small ; the small holds half' a pibt,
anti retails Ibr one dollar per bottle i the medium holds
at least twenty per cent more Id 'Proportion than the
small, retails for two dollars per bottle; the large amide
a quart, 40 per cont. more in proportion, and rata lls
O. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors, 444 j Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market street, Bt. Louis, 80.
and sold by all good Lirtiggists and Fancy Goods
TREES ! TREES ! TREES 1! !
rrliS undersigned, invite attention to their
X large and•lire groin stock of
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs, &c., embracing a large and complete assortment
AI'PLES, PEABS, ?RACISM, PLUMS,
CHARM:ES, APRICOTS, and NECTARINES,
Standard for the Orchard, and Dwarf for the garden.
ENGLISH WALNUTS, SPANISH CHESNUTS HAELE
NUTS, &e., RASREIRRIRS,STRAWBEERLE3, CURRANTS
and GOOSEBERRIES, in great variety. .
GRAPES, OF CHOICEST FINDS
ASPARAGUS, RHUBARII,4O., &c. Also a fine stock o
well formed, bushy
Suitable for the Cemetry and Lawn,
for street planting, and a general assortment of
Ornamental Trees and Flowering Shrubs.
ROSES of choice Varieties, CAMELLIAS, ERODING
Oar steak is remarkably thrifty and fine, and we offer
It at prices to suit thelbnes.
SlKlatalogues mailed to all applicants.
Address . EDWARD J. EVANS & CO.,
. Central Narseriea, York, Pa.
PZIIPMENIFL 7 II3
LOOK HAviat, JIMMY Sao* Wunmisroar, Kum,
UNIONTOWN, WANNINIOWN *Molt lawisurno,
Noirreinisisuro, Sintetnir, 'thrones,
BV Hutu; Dame,
The. Philadelphia Depot being , centrally located the
Drayage will be at the loWest rates'. A Conductor goes
through with each trafritto attend to the safe delivery of
all goods entrusted to the line. Goods delivered at the
Depot of ,
FREED, WARD & TREAD, No. 811 ifark et Stoat, Phikt
dolphin, by 6 o'clock P. M., will be delivered in
Harrisburg dm nort morning,
Freight (always) Mt low as by any Other line.
_paid by this ktie to prompt and
speedy delivery of all Yartrrishdr.;
Tim undersigned thankful for past patron go hopes by
strict Woollen to busintsuu to merit a Cont , , 1 mince of the
Philailelptda and Readid;
jol6-16m Foot of I/Dirket Stine tfirrOsbora.
Ilestarr flastraaoOitir, ,
Iticattow teal Baum,
Wacki Asa, 1t0.,' &o.
Just received and for sale at the town/ case rams&
tea ' DOOR JR. & 00.
OFFIOE—TEIRD STREET, (SHELL'S !ROW,)
Residence, Chestnut street near Fourth.
CUP OP HARRISOIIIO3, PENWA:
UMBRELLA 'MANUFACTORY I
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
M. EL . LEE ,
Air i ,Nt r xr .n u t ir il lg i3 lTCßlL ni L T A ni S e;
pada et LOWNIt PRICES than, can be bought In any of
the Eastern nine& Country mernhaAta wit do well to
call and examine price& and quality, andooirlhee them
delves of Ms fact. ang23-dii•
TO FARMER / . .
DIITTER (good, sweat and fresh) in one
AI pound tone, anti keen E 4398 In. largo• 11 4 , / .anAn
quanlltiee taken at. all tip:um
,a t e,4 cash pla o
,or. _ 41,
given 'ln exchmlge,Rogular market t•a. , '
altraYß , .
Wk. - ntxtrt; , iliti,Voo. r '" !
°Menke the.Oeurt Theis •
EKE i . .BMOICE 1 1 B.4.0)11k 11 . I= It
not otileetienahie' when from II MAR prcloomd t fa .
1 DRUG STOUR, 91 NNW event. -- - •
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 21, 1861
D W. GROSS sk CO.,
DRUGGISTS, ,P HYSICIANS, STORE•
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully your atention to the
laigeet and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
Price Ground Spicer,
Banning Fluid, and Alcohol,
Lard, dperoaand pine
Bottles, Vials kind Lamp(;Robes,
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
Selected from the best manufacturers and Per
uMers of Europe and this country.
Being very large`dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
UNWED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
We respectfaily twilit) a 'call, feeling, cant
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
tends . to'their sadsfaction. •
JONE' AND WHITES'S POROKLATI4 TEETH,
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Conoentrated Lye ' !
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
as low as it mit be purchased in the cities.
ILEATEWS MEDICAL. MUD EXTIIA.CTS
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can ,
oiler inducerinmU to close • huyeis: Coal Oil'
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of %Mpg chan6l'to buria
oee of you who have not'given 'our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDEIIB . a trial knOir not
Welt. superiority, and 'the advantage they are
in keePing Horses and Cattle hipiiithy and in
g. iod condition. • .
Thousands can testify to the profit they have'
derived from the use of on Cattle Powderi by
the increasing quantity and quality of
besides improving the general health and ap
pearance of their Cattle. •
thir long ex, lierierice in the business, gives us
the advantage of a- thorough knowledge of-the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we caa in a very short time furnish .
a4thing apperiahling to our business. on the
beit of= terms.
l'kupgcfig fog the liberel patroaage beatowe
an our house, we hope '-by strict 'lttteiatiofilo
!milkman, a cerefolielection of • '
at fair pricee,;iol the 'deka to 'please all, to
c°,o/ I rFuNE* Of ,-favor of Er disOrfra- - ,
s e llog pabuilr-7. I "1.
I. Di Efibifis co..
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
Oile r iitrittshes and Glum,
Dye Staffs; Main iind'Putty,
Artist colors and Tools,
Galant; Soap, Sponger and Corks.
Ake., &c., &c., dgc , &c.; &c., Ito
With a general variety of
counts AND BRONZES
OF ALL iinzw,
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g ' \ " .. 14 '
Wl4 6. 4 , - Ar ' ' 0 , 0 1
0 0 i ,:riffs 0
- . " -f-''.,:—..-•;',
COAL OIL 1 GIBBON OIL 11
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
FREIGHT REDUCED 1
SHORT & QUICK ROUTE
TO AND FROM
Goods Ordered in the
the same Night.
Leave New York at P. M., by the Fast
Through 'Express Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at 3 A. M.
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
Order Goods marked
via ROPE EXPRESS CO.,
General Office. 74 Broadway,- New York
Branch - " 412 olt if
For further information enquire of
(CEO. BERGNER, Agen
liAvra79BurtG, Aug. 1861.-dtf
Assignees' Sale of Real Estat,e.
'FHB SUBSCRIBERS will sell by, public
-AL: Outcry it the Conn dowse, at ilarriaburg, on, Rakar.
daY thenth day Of Nora tuberneat, at two o'clock' P
The Farm of John Wallower, Seni6r, consisting of 186
acres, situated in Susquehanna township, about three
Miles from liarrißburg, adjoining lands of John 11., Fox,
John Zinn atetothors; • • • •• ' '
There aro erected on the Farm a large Two Story Stone
Hume, a Bank Barn, Tenant Houses, Stables, Sc.
There is also a large orchard of apple, near, peach and
cherry trees of choice varieties in excellent bearing or
Also, several v'elns cf .ro i Limo $l, ins , which
bePla And °shims-worked te , eigeantage:
The property will• be sold In' a - body or in parcels to
Conditions will bo liberal and be 3 , 111/0110e4M on day of
There will also be offaed for sale at the Same time and
place the undivided half .interest , of 150 acres of Ooal
.Labds situated ciu the Short Mountain, in Lykens
A. 0. WESTER,
ect9.3toawd-wts 0. F. MUENOH,_ Assignees.
tanoaster inteiligencer and Carlisle Herald inSert three
tlineS and send bill to this office immediately.
1 JOHN WALLOWER, Jll. l 'A.gt.
f , : . : . • .. .
' COMMISSION 'MERCILANT.
CIOODSAND kr' ERCIT A NDISE -promptly
lut prwicded by Philadelphia amd_fleadltig, Northern
Cattier; chniberland Valley and Pennsylvania Itellreeds
DUNG Alin DRAPING to and from all pails of the
al to the different Retires':l s depots will be done at the
ly lowest, rates., . i
' A'3llLlO. removing' will be promptly attended to.
Eirderi-'eft at Brant's Ehropotin HOW!, tur at the store
o r p.• ktizoninstroirui resiefre prompt ettentlort. Con
signments of freight teepeotfully solicited. •
JOHN WALLA Vit.tHt JR., Agt.,
Office Reading Depot.
. . .1770FACESTER'S • .
ROYAL. QUARTO - DICTIONARY
.7011E:beat defining andprouounciikg Din.
tionary of the Eingllsb litoguago ; Aiso; Worcesterit,
%boa Tobiakmarids:. Wecisciee ~ Pictorial Quarto . and
*Mock plotio:eariee %rim% at. . • •
the Berrleburg Bridge..
g'BRA I . O 4ND-AN .
#DA. 'gLiN LOANDLIPA,
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0 / 1 A4a 0 ;4 1 . Wag C.A.NDLRS,
gAti LX.Ji_l;. I _
,argo tot oft eltv".o at slut tor nolo at the em
elt prim by
',OCR JR. & (x).,
r• Oweette the Court BAH.
•AN ew Feature ' ilie4§ieeli44l
lIIIPORTANT TO HOUSEK,EPEII,S'
D'ORKBE r .00.'8
SKLECT - SPICE,S,
1a Tie Yea (Una - 'WA Paper,6lll4 lital We.
IMAM PEPPER, GINGBK, NUTttinG
.wlirrg PEPPER, AUSPI , MACE
'CAYENNE PEPPER, CLN NAMON, CLO EP,
i l i MUSTARD,
'11:N THIS AGE of adulterated and 'tits le.
J 4 less spleen, it le with confidence that we iutriid ace
to ;the attention of housekeepees—theee superior and
Minim articles. We guarantee.them not, only .
LinALY AND PERFECTLY
but ground from, fra3h Spices,.-selected and °leaned by
us )axpressly for the purpciee, witheisi rerveitai W ads
They are'beautifully packed in , tin ton, (lined with pa•
peg,) to prevent inhiry by keeping, and are FULI
WEIGHT, wbile the ordinary ground Spices are almost
ltrwaria bly short. We warrant them, )n point of strength
and ii6illltll9 of flavor ,
ItgliingiD ALL COMPARISON
as a single trial will abondantly mire. Every package
bears our Trade AIA. Manufactured only by
E. R. DURKEE& Op., New Tort
For sate by WM. DOCK 3E. &CO. • [P26!
HE UNDERSiONW. has or fined his
tumkru OFFICE, °enter oy !sr ,ind 81410 -
Olutlejilley, hear . Hoed, • - • •
Lumber of ell 'lama arid tiveatieg t f OY
The untivftped will sell Horses, Carriages and her
aril re! .. plio • , '• -
Horses sal tiserhkees to hire it the eamer;ifie
rt4m 2 =
THE PACIFIC TELEGRAPH
Telegraphic Bicchange of Viirligolea Be
tween, the Acting Governor of Utah, and
AMERICAN QUESTION IN EUROPE
SATISFACTORY CONDITION OF AFFAIRS.
The Blockade to be Strictly Observed
LATER FAME SANDY HOOK,
Thal Minh; About to Burn Bolivar.
The Rebel Batteries on the Potothae .
WesammoN, Oct. 19
On the opening of the magnetic telegraph to
Great Salt Lake city, the following dispatches
were exchanged :
CHEAT SALT LASE CITY.
the President of the United i Statee
Utah, whose citizens strenuously resist all
imputations of disloyalty, congratulates the
President upon the completion of an enterprise
which spans the continent, unites the oceans
and connects remote extremities of the body
politic with the gr,eat qoyepunent's heart.
May the whole system speedily thrill with quick
ened pulsations.. of that heart, the paracidal
hand of political treason punished; and the en
tire sisterhood of States join hands in glad re
union around the national fireside,
Actin&Gbvernor of. Utah
The following is the reply of the President :
Su :—The completion of the telemph "tti
Great Salt Lake ()iv is auspicious of the stabili
ty and union of the Republic. The Government
reciprocates your gratulatious.
To Frank'Fuller, Acting Govemor, etc
Those who are affected with weak nerves will
probably be relieved by the fact which was as
certained at the State Department yesterday,
duit the advices received by the mails of the
Arabia are more than usual satisfactory . ; but
there is great activity in schemes for violating
the blockade and introducingcontralrancl goods.
Lord Lyons has addressed a brief &calar to
her majesties Consuls in the. Southern States
enclosing the following Ll?. embodied in the
official note of , the Secretary of :State, namely ;
The law of blockade • which does not permit a
vessel in; a blockaded, port to. take on board a
cargo after the commencement of the blockade
will be expected to be strictly observed by all
vessels bloclFadiii by the nayal forces, of the
United States : Lyons instructs those Consuls
to take this law for their guidance,
A reconnoisance went out , yesterday towards
the Odcoquan, and has returned; taking the
telegraph road as far as Acatouk • creek. Par
ties were sent to:the Acatink and Posick, and
on a road leading up the.Acatink. This latter
partymet the rebel pickets, who immediately
fell back and gave the alarm, and the long roll
was beaten at:their camp abroad , -the creek.—
From the information derived from this recon
noisaaice, there are no rebels between the tele
graph road and the river tkis side of Occ.oquan,
and but few at the latter phial::
U.'he Only adlites 'received at head quarters
fr4m Sandy Rook'a brief dispatch from the
operator there saying that thelebels are about
hyping the town 'of 14oliVar;' near Harpet's
OrrY• , „ ,
!Three tug boats, the Pusey, Robert cieiley;
a n d s itnoth9r went down the, river last night to
giye, assistance to any vessels comingup,
consequence of the bright moonlight; and of
the thick fog,,they were ordered not
to; attempt to pass the • batterieS either up or
Firing was. beard ,froto the : batteries about
uddnight, but.the cause.is unknown, .
There are 'indicatiorui 'that the rebels are
erfcting permanent btdteriety at Cockpit Point
and Freestone POint;'as considerable bodies of
nusi were seen at- Wiwk it those Points yester-:
Twenty-six Vessels are'knowri to have run the
blciekiide night before last
It is believed that' vessels draWing not more
than eight feet of water . can hug the *4.ryland
share anfkiently to escape harm ; from the bat
teriei• . •
• . .
The only steainers now, at the Navy Yard are
the y Dawes; Il j etze• A-mionta and Coaner de
: - NEW YORK STOOK MARKET.
Rim Yona, Oct. 19..
Stocks are lower Chicago and took Wand
51 ;Michigan Southern, 38 ,N , C. 0 144
liNfl+l44e.4o 3 :2, l* NPPl,.
9.64;4119wri t. 6:§ u 4N-;•9 o 4 telit 5-Tilaaft 2 t
188it1 944 /99.BPAYbs - '
a) 's ;Xi; Carolina's, 69 ; Louisiana's sqi i •
N. Y. Central,. 74.
gtsam tinting ram
'paving procured Steam Power Promos, we are prepan.
ed to execute JOB add BOOK PRINTING of every aettcrlp.
lion, cheaper than It can bp done at any other Mobilo&
mint In the country.
Flla - Sour lines or less constitute one.hialf square. Bight
lines or more than foer constitute a square.
Half Square, one day $0 26
ct one week 1 00
11.4 ene month 2 00
tt three months 3 00
six months ........... .......... 6 00
tt one year 8 00
Oneequare, one day . ........ ..... 60
one week 2 00
REA" One month 3 50
three months ..... .... ......... . 6 0 0
LI SIX months 10 00
tt one year ..... ... ........ .... ... lb 00
Ilia - Business notices inserted in the Local Column, or
before Marrlges and Deaths, FIVE CaUtiTB PER LIRE for
tar Marrigea and Deaths to be charged u regular ad
Telegraphic Meisage from Brigham
UTAH FIRM FOR THE UNION
The following message by telegraph was re
calved at Cleveland last evening :
GREAT SALT LAX& CITY,
Kiday, Oct. 13, 1861.
HON. J. WADE, President Pacific Telegraph :
SLR : Permit me to congratulate you on the
Completion of the Overland telegraph line west
to this city.; to commend the energy displayed
by yourself and associates in the rapid and suc
cessful prosecution of a work so beneficial, and
to express the wish that its use may ever tend
to,promote the true interests of the dwellers on
both the Atlantic and Pacific slopes of our con
Utah has not seceded, but is firm for the
Constitution and laws of our once happy coun
try, and is warmly interested in successful en
terprises as the one so far completed .
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Prince Napoleon Sends an Important State
Paper on American Affairs so she Em
peror of. France.
The steamship Etna arrived off Cape Race at
10 o'clock on Friday night, bringing Liverpool
dates to the 9th and Queenstown of the 10th
inst—four days later than those per Arabia.
The steamship Anglo Saxon, from Quebec,
arrived at Liverpool on the Bth inst.
It was reported that Prince Napoleon had
sent the Emperor an important State paper ou
King of Prussia had paid a two days visit to
the Emperor of France.
Eales of cotton at the Liverpool market—two
days, 30,000 balei. The market closing with a
firm feeling. Breadstuffs have an upward ten
dency. Provisions quiet but steady. Consols
THE NEWS FROM THE REBEL STATES.
Loutsvuas, Ky., Ott. 18.
Dates frora_Ciharleston and New Orleans to
the 11th, Savannah the 10th, Richmond the
10th, Knoxville the 12th, and Nashville the
13th, are received.
Gen. Twiggs has resigned on account of ill
health. Gen. Manville Lovell succeeds him.
Travel from New Orleans is under strict sus
Gen. Wise's health is still improving.
Parson Brownlow supports the candidates for
the Confederate Congress, but severely satirizes
the rebel authorities.
Messrs. Breckinridge ~, and Preston were at
Nashville on the 7th.
The Louisville Courier was to be revived at
Bciwling Green, on the 14th.
Rebel accounts say that only two rebels were
injured by the Monticello's fire near Chicama-
Cemico, and both but slightly.
Extract of a letter from Hon. Hobert M. Pal
mer, Minister of the United States to the Argen
tine Confederation, South America, to his wife,
"BUENOS AIMS, August 22, 1861.—We laud
ed in this city on the dth instant, but the im
pending civil war between this province and the
government of the Confederation has se entirely
broken up the river communication with Para
' that we have been compelled to request
Com mander Macomb, of the United States
steamer Pulaski, to proceed with us with his
Veasel to Parana. This he has promptly and
kindly agreed to do, but has:been delayed at
Montevideo for several days, waiting for the
arrival of necessary stores from Rio Janeiro.
These supplies have been received, and we are
expecting the Pulaski here today or to-morrow,
when we shall start at one for Parana.
"We have sent a large package of letters for
friends in Pottsrille and elsewhere, containing
the "details' of our voyage, &c., with a box to
you containing a few of the curious things of
this country, by the English vessel Montezuma,
foi New York, in unre. of Messrs. Tapscott &
.00.• i buta hive concluded to send this short
letter by the . EngliSh steamer to apprise you,
.14haps, earlier of our whereabouts and condi
tion. lam still feeble and suffering with fe
moral hernia ; but on the whole,think I am
iniproving, and have great hopes from the ap
proaching spring weather; This is winter now,
and some days are chilly and unpleasant.
"Strange (his son) is fat and hearty, 143
pounds weight. Chesley Bass (his servant, a
Philadelphian,) is in good health, and a faith
ful, useful man.
" We received grandria's welcome letter of
the 17th June with packages of newspapers,
by the late English steamer. How gladly they
were received, and how eagerly we shall look
6,every steamer that arrives for your letters
and the newspapers sent by you and from the
publishers. " T hope the boys will preserve atid
send all the newspapers in which they'find any
thing likely to interest us.
"Our American and English friends here,
are all kind and attentive, and we found our
letters of introduction very useful.
I n g reat lore,
" Your affectionate husband,
if MOBS= M. human."
STAMPEDE OF SLAII3B.IVedIo Creek, Va., tkt.
14.—Six slaves from near Romney came into
camp to-clay. They were pursued until within
sir. miles of our camp by, the rebel cavalry, who
were after the reward that hid been offered for
thonn,'Vvhich was $6OO. As soon as they came
in eighty of our cavalry went into hot pursuit,
but the rebels hearing they were pursued, re
treatedlo Romney. The negroes reported 4,000
re at that place. We ? ,200 'Strong here,
one 112,-pound gun;iiiid Capt. Butterfield
Of' VergifithVhio reginient; is building a very
fonnidablex fortification. So s you see we will
ready for them.--arr of ?thoancinigas:
RAINS uF ADVERTISING
Sr. JOHNS, Oct. 19
Hon. Robert M. -Palmer.