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A VRISBURG, PA
Saturday Afternoon, October 26,
l'Asspn Tanouou.--Brig. Gem Tyler, of the
three months service, who had the command
0f the centre of the army, in the first a
upon Ball Run, on the 18th of July, passed
through town yesterday eastward.
Flio3l OCEAN TO Ocmot.—A telegraph dispatch
in oir morning edition, announced the comple
tion of the great overland line of telegraph to
Calitoruia yesterday, and we are informed by
t h e o perator in title city that since then 'hun
dreds of messages have passed over the wires
between New - Volk, Philadelphia and other
p o ints direct to San Francisco, Sacramento and
other principal towns in the golden state. Any
of our citizens having friends in " them dig
oig,s" tan now have an opportunity of confer
ring with them telegraphically.
Dues— Be fore the ilayor.—Wm. Baker, Wm.
Black, Jno, 11' Dermott, John Rees and Wm.
the three latter Soldiers, were arraigned
cliaNed with drunkeuess. Put under marching
Orden; for Camp Cameron.
Benj Wilson -a very nervous individual—
begged the Mayor to commit him for five days.
His Honor acceded to his request.
Ja w e sley-- one of the aborigines of the
claimed the hospitalities of the lock
up Ism night, having no means to pay for his
lodgiup elsewhere. The poor fellow was labor
ing under some disease of the eyes, and he sta-
ted that he was on his way to Philadelphia to
consult some oculist. The Mayor very kindly
iur❑ished him with some money and a letter to
Mr Young, the Superintendent of the railroad,
who passed him to Philadelphia.
Sam. %V. Freeburn—the keeper, of Military
Hall -was charged with having committed an
aggravated assault on quite an old man named
David Gardner, by striking him over the lice
with a club "without cause or provocation."
_I warrant was issued for his arrest, and in the
absence of the Mayor a hearing of the case will
take place before Justice Beader at 7 o'clock
Befoie Alderman Kline. —An intelligent look
ing German aged about forty years, who gave
hisname as W. C. Maine, was arraigned, charged
with attempting to pass a forged check at the
Middletown Bank fer $57, purporting to have
been signed by Eby et Kunkle, merchants of
this city. Sent to prison to answer.
SOCKB NOR THE SOLDINRS, AND HOW TO SATS
HALF TUN Cost.—The call for knit socks for sol
diers is meeting with a cheerful and energetic
response from all the ladies in this vicinity.—
Notable mothers, sisters, and grandmothers,
habituated to such labors, ply their needles
more industriously than ever, and dainty fin
gers which never before manipulated anything
harsher than Berlin wool, are bravely toiling
over the heavy blue yarn, anxious to contribute
something for the comfort of their brothers in
the distant camp. The need of these labors is
apparent, and they must be continued fora long
time—all through the coming winter at least.
A great many socks must be knit, to furnish
each soldier with two pairs ; and the long
marches and constant exposure will soon create
need of replenishing. Now the leg of a sock
will last three or four times as long as the foot.
lon not a pity that BO much knitting should be
wasted, as would be the case if the socks should
be thrown away when the heels are worn out?
Might there not be some organized plan for col
lecting the cast-off socks which have good legs,
cutting off the feet, washing them nicely, and
issuing them from some of the army working
rooms in the cities and elsewhere, to be re-footed
those who continue the pleasant labor ? Such
a plan would save nearly one-half the expense
and time devoted to the second instalment of
socks for the winter, and the aggregate result
would be an item of economy, by no means
THE Isms Oats.—Heaven bless the little
ones—the joy of our hearts and the light of
Our homes! Well might the Man of Nazareth,
with his warm and appreciative heart, exclaim:
"Suffer little children to come unto me and for
bid them not, fur of such is the kingdom of
God." What better definition could we want
of Heaven ; a place good enough enough for
children, and inhabited by childred and the
childlike ! And what a refutation is this of the
slander of the innate depravity of the human
nature ! The little child is yet uncorrupted by
contact with the world's wickedness, he is fresh
from the hand of the Maker, he is yet true to
his Godigiven nature—ergo, "of such is the
kingdom of Heaven." If the Saviour does not
refute it, is not the little one himself. prattling
innocency, a living refutation'? Bless, then, we
say, the early trudgers in life's pathway! No
home is complete where the patter of little feet
is not heard and the lisping cadence of half_
spoken household words is not breathed. A
little silken-haired fairy, we wot of nieete her
father adown the walk whenever his footsteps,
at nightfall, approach the household hearth.—
That father, homeward bound, we well believe,
is rather proud of his juvenile escort.
suns of two summers have kissed the dimple Thed
cheek of the baby-girl. She plays "horsey" at
her father's expense, clamors at the paternal
, takes liberty with the paternal whiskers,
and occupies an elevated seat at the table.--
She manages a few pet words, but for the most
part can express her "thoughts, affections and
desires" equally well in English, Greek, Ger
man and Hebrew. Of her individual value her
parents are known to have made very liber a l
%titaates, She is believed to combine pretty
much all the virtues to which babies ever at
tain. From a casual acquaintance with the
little one, we are able to endorse the very beat
thing that can be said of her. And it is because
we assume her to be a representative of her
c lass that we are so heartily in favor of minia
tasay humanity generally. Blessings, then again,
Year oltya minty
the babies --especially the two
o.laum ° eftrlllood's advertisement in another
Mune:runs Pucrroompas of the President and
members of his cabinet, Gen. McClellan, and
other military celebrities are for sale at Berg
ner's cheap book store, Market street.
EAsr PEMISTLNANIA ErmaSlllP.—The East Pa.
Eldership of the Church of God will meet in
Mechanicsburg on Wednesdriy, the 30th icst ,
and continue in session several days. Elder A.
Swartz, the preacher in charge at Mechanics
burg will preach the opening sermon on Wed
SNAPP= SOUP.—Messrs. Foster and Wickert,
having obtained a very large turtle, which they
will serve up in excellent style to-morrow (Sun
day) evening, at the Philadelphia Restaurant,
under Hen's Hotel, together with oysters in
every style, chicken, and all the delicacies of
the season. Call and luxuriate.
BacErna) TRIM UNIFORMS.—The Union In
fantry, Capt. Dorsheimer, attached to Col. Sei
gle's 76th, Pa., regiment, stationed at Camp
Cameron, have received their uniforms, and
make a fine appearance. We believe the com
pany hails from "old mother Cumberland,"
and in point of drill and physique of the men,
it will compare favorable with any other corn
pAny in the service.
Ax limos= ox RIB TRAVNLS.-ik young man,
calling himself "Col. Alexander H. Nelson, of
Lancaster, Pa., 'son of Judge Nelson," has re
cently been in Con. ord, N. H., where, by his
false representations, he managed to receive
many civilities and attentions from the leading
citizens, including the Governor of the State,
and several officers of the United States army.
He claimed to be the Colonel of the 26th Penn
sylvania Regiment, which he commanded in
person at the battle of Bull Run. In return
for some favor, he made a gentleman the offer
of Ist Surgeon of his Regiment, stating that
the gentleman at present holding that post was
going to resign in November. Altogether, the
fellow seems to have played his cards remark
ably well, and created a very favorable impres
sion among the citizens. He left Concord on
the 15th inst., and directly after his departure
a telegraphic despatch was received by the au
thorities of that place, from Mr. Kennedy, Su
perintendent of the New York City Police, ask
ing for a description of the " bogus " Colonel ,
intimating, at the same time, that his presence
would be very desirable in that city. The de
scription was promptly forwarded, together
with a " counterfeit presentment " of the "Col
onel's" physiognomy, a number of which he
, had fortunately left behind him, in the shape
of small photographs, which he had distributed
among his friends as souvenirs. A copy of one
of these has also been sent to the authorities in
this city, and it was from the letter accompany
ing it, that we were enabled to glean the above
particulars. The 'Colonel," we believe, is still
on his travels.
Tax Vormerent AND Rsaindia—Puride Insolence
Promptly Punished.—There are a certain class of
men belonging to the regular service, brain
less, valorless and insignificant braggarts, who
would disgrace any cause, however mean, and
who presume in the position to which favor and
not merit elevated them, that they are superior
to all men, and accountable to no authority.
There is still another class of men belonging to
the regular service, who are distinguished as
much for their skill in arms as they are by their
gentlemanly deportment, forbearing demeanor
to those beneath them in command, and their
willingness ever to acknowledge ability and re
spect individuals. To this latter class the
American army owes its reputation of glory and
renown—to the other and former class, the
service is endebted for its gasconade and ridicu
lous assumptions of pride, pomp and pitiful
meanness. To this class, also, can be traced
that other claim which asserts a superiority for
the regular over the volunteer service, and who
manage occasionally , to create bitter feeling
among men otherwise desirous of being on
courteous terms with each other. Bat these
braggarts occasionally find their match in a
volunteer officer, who with superior force of
character, intellect and education, to write
nothing of courage, never fails to teach the
"regular" that there is a limit even to pomp
and pride, and that among men of real honor
and dignity, the distinctions and grades of the
army are as worthless as the silly assumptions no
ticed in society, and utterly beneath the recogni
tion of brave men whose character is the issue or
whose courage is the object to be established.—
We had an opportunity of seeing this tested the
other evening in one of our popular restaurants.
A company of plain gentlemen and gallant vol
unteer officers were enjoying themselves, when
to their number was added a Major, not a vol
unteer but a regular, veritable, stripped, button
ed and bombastic Major, swelling with his own
conceit and self-estimation. His presence was
the signal for change in the company and the
courtesy of the occasion. True to his characteris
tics, he at once commenced to assail and im
pugn the volunteer soldiery—they were vulgar
cowards, they needed the whip to make them
fight—and when they did move it was for bread
and meat, not glory, as we regulars. Of comae
such speeches—and we give the spirit, not the
language of the Major, because that other spir
it peculiar to some bipeds had rendered him in
capable of intelligible speech invoked the
resentment of a gallant volunteer captain, phy
sically the inferior of the Major, (being no more
than four feet and a hand,) who not only called
Our regular hero and arbiter of the true merits
of men to account, but he administered a re
buke and a lesson which we trust will be of
service to more regulars than this Major. Firet,
he slapped the face of the Major, who in return
threatened to "shoot with fey Derringer." Sec
ond, he defied the "shoot" from the said
Derringer. Third, when the Major failed to
" s hoot" our gallant captain,only four feet and a
hand in his stockings, stretched his arm towards
tthikeMajor'sshoulder, tore off his passanta, dashed
em in his face, spurned his adversary, and
then tur ned courteously to the company of his
friends, who all the while had been quiet con
templators of the Beene which we have thus
beMcanalloral—Maof lon ; in
the th regular ey encounter 'i n thevolunteer the
because the undergrhwth of
utuknooodis generally nude ofamall, Wok&
peunoglvanla 1E1(14 telegraph, ficadrban Afternoon, October 26, = IsBl.
Mousr Vartson.—The house committee of the
Mount Vernon Hook and Ladder company are
dirt cted to meet at the truck house, at 7 o'clock
this evening, on important business.
SUNDAY SCHOOLTEACHERS' limos. —The monthly
meeting of this Association will be held in the
German Reformed Church, to-morrow after
noon, at quarter past three o'clock.
CoaL.—Every variety of coal is on band at
the coal yard of 0. D. Foster, on the canal, foot
of Walnut street. Orden, left at the office, 74
Market street, will be properly attended to. t
CONTRIBUTION OF BLANICRTS AND STOCKINGS.
The Quarter-Master General acknowledges the
receipt from Bellefonte and vicinity of 87 blan
ke's contributed by the following parties :
Rev. Geo. Fields, Mrs. A. E. Humes, Mrs.
Lucy Potter, Mrs. I. T. Hale, Mrs. E. C. Humes,
Mrs. W. P. Wilson, Mrs. W. H. Humes, Mrs.
T.R. Reynolds, Mrs. J. Butte, Mrs. H. M. Mc-
Allister, Mrs. N. Hillibish, Mrs. John Curtin,
Mrs. H. Mann, Mrs. J. H. McClurg, Mrs. H.
Van Dyke, Mrs. Dr. Potter, Miss Ellen Harris,
Mrs. Hastings, Mrs. Sam'l Linn, Mrs. Z. Bate,
Mrs. Moran, Mrs. James Amor, Mrs. Dr. Green,
Mrs "(spliced, Mrs. E. Mitchell, Mrs. F. P.
Green, Mrs. H. Brokerhotr, Mrs. Milliken, Mrs.
H. P. Harris.
From Carlisle, Mrs. Geo. W. Shaffer. 1 pair
blankets and 6 pair socks, Mrs Robert Irvin, 6
pair socks, Mrs. Jane Alexander, 6 pair socks,
Mrs. W. B. Mullin, 3 blankets, unknown 33
blankets and 29 pair socks.
R. C. HALE,
Quarter-Master General P.
October 26, 1861.
CAMP Cuarw.—lt will be gratifying to all
lovers of Christianity to know that the Sabbath
is religiously regarded in Camp Curtin. It was
suggested to Col. Meridith that some improve
ment might be made in the camp in respectjo
the religious observance of the day, when Be
at once made arrangements to have the rations
of the Sabbath given out on Satuday, and that
every kind of work should be dispensed with
that is not absolutely necessary to the comfort
and good order of the camp. The Colonel
could not have done anything more agreeable
to his best friends and to the feelings of his
best men. This is an example worthy of imi
tation, giving us the encouragement to hope
that the careful observance of God's command
ments will secure , us his blessing.
I may relate two or three incidents,
which, occurred on Thursday afternoon when I
was doing my duties, that will give }our read
ers an illustration of the state of things in the
I gave tracts to sixty or seventy persons—and
at the same time asked each one questions like
this, to bring out their religious feelings: Are
you a obviation? Have you made a profession
of your faith in Jesus Christ? Have you found
the pardon of your sins? I found more than
one half of those I conversed with at that time
I are members of the church—three seriously in
quiring about the way of salvation, and two
backsliders who had determined to come back
to their duty and secure their salvation.
At ono time a nnmberof men gathered around
me to solicit tracts when one of them noticed a
tract in my hand on profane swearing. He said
to me, will you please give me that tract. I
vie& to give it to the only man in our company
A very staid sober man about forty years old
told me that one half or two thirds of the men
in the company to which he belonged were
christians, or members of the church.
An intelligent young man about thirty years
old told me that when he was spending his last
Sabbath at home he supposed that he was about
ending his religious privileges until he returned..
But when I came to this camp, he added, I was
surprised to see so much religions interest. It
raised me right up, and you don't knew how
happy it makes me. I hail little thought of
seeing such a state of things among soldiers.
When such men go into the field to protect our
rights and our national blessings, who can doubt
the success of our arms.
Heinuancrito, Oct. 26
There will be preaching in the map tomor
row at ten in the morning and at half-past two
in the afternoon.
A Calamine %Ana—portable, in brick or
as a fireplace heater; the most powerful heaters
known for warming several apartments with
pure hot air, and by only one fire, suited for
DWKLLMS, CHMICHIIS, SCHOOLS, &C. For sale
by the agent, LYMAN GELBEB2, Market street.
Send to him for a book, containing full descrip
tion, and an overwhelming mass of testimony.
Tim GREAT= BARGAINS mum Nzw lona
A.ucrriord—Ths Cheapest Goods Received Yd
60 pieces of 5-4 bleached Pillow Case Muslin,
100 dozen of woolen Socks damaged by water,
8 cents a pair.
26 pieces of dark heavy Pant Stuff, 18, 25 and
60 pieces Canton_ Flannel, 121 cents.
100 of black and grey Cloaks, from $2.50 up.
12 dozen of ladies' woolen Sontags,very cheap.
40 dozen of grey and white merino Undershirts
and Drawers, 76 cents.
60 pairs white woolen Blankets, at all prices.
100 dozen of ladies' and children's wool Stock
ings, 12 to 37 cents.
60 pieces of white, red and yellow Flannel, at
Country merchants we would invite to call,
as we have a large stock of all kinds of Goods,
and are daily receiving Goods from New York
Auction, which we will sell at wholesale at City
prices. S. Lzwr,
John Rhoads' old stand.
Afoneloa Lam Pus AND Potts Brross.-
tree from all Mineral Poisons...4st cases or Scrofula
Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying on the blood. Billions Fevers,
Fever and Agee, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Pike, and In short,
most all diseases soon yield to their curative properues
No family should be without them, as by their timely
use mush searing and expense may be saved.
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for gale by all Druggists eovFw-my
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
JUST Published in a Sealed Envelope ;
Price 6 cts : A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment,
and radical Cure or Spermatorrhees or tieminal Weak.
nose, Involuntary Emissions. Mittel Debility, andlmped.
intents to Marriage generally, Nor vonsom, Consumption,
Spilepsy and nut gental and Physical Incapacity; re
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psin in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
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TO MARRIED LA MSS,
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ing to fis...ORSZLIVIS 4 Cartaxam, tkix 4,634 Poet
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. Healers' Agent for the Coiled States.
14 Broadway, New Fork,
To whoufall wnolesale orders should be addressed.
Sold in Harrisburg uy P. A. figrIVART.
it CARD TO TELE LADLES
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Females particularly attested, or theme supposing them
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condition as they are stir to produce miscarriage, and
the proprietor assumes no responsibility atter this edao
although their mildness would , prevent any mit
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Full and er.pileit directions, accompany each boa. Prise
St 00 pm' las. acid wholesale and retail by
OHLNLBEI A. HANNVANT, Druggist.
No. i Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa.
•tadiev." by etauding bite 51 00 to the Harrisburg
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applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
or his famous Dye.
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Mold to all the cites end miens or the United States, by
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The Genuine has the name " William A. Batchelor, ,"
and address upon a Neel plate endraylllti, on the hoar
aides of each boa.
Whole - tale Factory, 81 Barclay 84.,
Late 233 Broadway, New'York.
Tan ADTMUITuntit, haying been restored to
health. In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, alter
having lingered several years with a severe lung affect
ion, and that dread disease, Consumption—is anxioos to
make known to his iellow-eufferers the means of stye.
lb all who desire It, ho will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the name which they sill find a
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only object of the advertisr in sending the Prescription
is to benefit the amkted, and spread information which
he conceives to be ['valuable ' and he hopes every suf
ferer will try his remedy , as It will wet them nothing,
and mayprove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
REV. EDWARD A.
Kmpis conntyaNew York.
FENDORSED "Proposals for Forage" will be
received until 8 P. M., Tuesday, October
29th, 1861, for furnishing by contract Hay and
Oath for the United States troops at Camp Cam
eron or Greble near Harrisburg, Pa., in such
quantities as may be required from time to time
to be delivered free of coat to the United States
at either of said Camps.
The proposals will state the price per ton (of
2240 lbs.) for hay and per bushel (of 82 lbs.)
for oats. The articles to be of the best
quality subject to such inspection as the U.
S. Quarter Master may require. Should the
proposal be for pressed or packed hay the fact
must be stated in the same.
A Bond with two sufficient sureties will be
required for the fulfilment of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any bid.
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
Propose to furnish to the United States
troops at Camp Cameron or (treble in Dauphin
county, in quantities from time to time as re
quired, Hay and Oats, Hay (pressed orunpressed
as Me case may be,) per ton of 2240 lbs. at
Oats per bushel of 82 IDs. at ---
Dated at Pa.,
To Capt. E. C. WILSON,
A. Q. M. Vol. U.S. A.
Proposals for Putting up Winter
Quarters in Camp Curtin.
READ.QUAILTNII9, PENNSYLVARIA. MILITIA,
VIAR • ABURG, Oct. 28, 1861,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
this office up to 12 o'clock on Friday, the
Ist of November next, for putting up, in Camp
Curtin, near Harrisburg, Winter Quarters for
two thousand men. ' Plans and specifications
must accompany each bid. The right to reject
any or all of the plans is reserved.
Sealed proposals will be received at the same
time for boards and scantling, necessary for the
erection of said Quarters, in the event of the
Department's rejecting the above bids. The
boards required will be white pine of a good
quality of cullin' gs. White pine or Hemlock
scantling of different lengths and sizes.
8011EFFER13 BOOK STORE
(Near At Harrisburg Bridge.)
JIIiiT RIiCEPTED from the
stikt a lot ol late OCMIMERCIAL NOTII
for Mt: ratite, 1.26 per relni.
the Watt mad deaacated with
mom hatetsoma amalgams and patriotic
922 lei 10 0 9 WIMS III / with h l !h tat i llta '
tens; gamed te osiers.
Nue 101'111W a am. Two. saaunis—
FIELD FOR PROMOTION !
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS BOUNTY.
WANTED AT ONCE, 800 YOUNG MEN
F" LIE 3D BATTALLION OF THE
UM Regiment U S. Indantry, commanded by Major
WU!. A. Stomps
The Patriotic young men of Pennsylvania should eag
erly embrace ibis Opportuuity of j doing this splende
Recruits wiU be uniformed and disciplined ea soon as
Good clothing, Food, Quarters and Medical attendance,
free of charge, and the soldier In lila Regiment is
It is important to remember that the organisatiol of
this Regiment is such that yo ;mg men who have toe in
stinct of soldiers and who are Inspired with the parr otic
ardor for marching under the folds of the old :stars and
Stripes will have In this Regiment the opportunity of
rishig from the grade of privates to that of a commis
sioned (Peer In the Regular Army, as one third or the
officers will be mien trAn the rants When the Regiment
has its complement of Meth
All the pension laws apply to all men in the Regular
service Rvery sick and disabled soldier will ne com
fortably provided for In the ' 4 B9idlers Home," establish
ed by the Government. Apply to
J. 11 . BYSTER, MCC U. 8. Army,
Recruiting Officer 18th U.S. Gauntry
Recruiting Rendezvous "Rat:hedge," Walnut street,
A. NEW MILITARY WORK,
AND FOR SALE AT
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE,
NU. 51 MARKET STREET,
Major General MoOlellan's Works,
TBE ARMIES OF EUROPE : comprising dea
cripllons in detail of the Military Systems
of England, France, Russia, Prussia., Austria,
and Sardinia. Adapting their advantages to all
arms of the United States Service. Embody
ing the Report of Observations in Europe dur
ing the Crimean War, as Military Commission
er from the United States Government in 1865
E 6. By Cao. B. Ilcasualr, Major-General U.
S. Army. Originally published under the
direction of the War Department, by order of
Congress. 1 vol. Bvo. Illustrated with a fine
steel Portrait and several hundred Engravings.
This most interesting volume, prepared with
great labor by General Moamar+, from copi
ous notes taken during his tour of observation
in Europe, under orders from the War Depart
ment, opens to the reader much of his own
military history and culture. Here will be
found his matured views on subjects of imme
diate and absorbing interests, and the noble
and bold suggestions contained herein he is
now in position to realize, and is, in fact, every
day applying in practice. The aok is a strik
ing prophecy, of which his present position and
his assured fame are the bright fulfilment.
REGULATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR
THE FIELD SERVICE OF THE U. S. CAVAL
RY IN TIME OF WAR. By Gm. B. Moazt-
Las, Major-General U. S. Army. To which is
added, the Basis of Instruction for the U. S.
Cavalry, from the authorized Tactics, including
the formation of regiments and squadrons, the
duties and posts of officers, lessons in the erain
ing use of the horse, illustrated by numerous
diagrams, with the signals and calls now in
use ; also, instructions for officers and non
commissioned officers on outpost and patrol
duty. With a drill for the use of cavalry as
skirmishers, mounted and dismounted I vol.
12mo. Fu lly illustrated. $2.
CHOICE STRAW BERRY PLANTS.
- Up EOAUSE of the aorioyaneee to which
XI he Is mustantly subjected by trovarassee of rol
iars, the undersigned has given up his leave of the pre
mised ow which he now resides, adi &ling Camp Curtin,
and olDwa for sal • his large collection of choice antAWlFlllt
ir Puma. The assortment comprises :
60,000 Wilson's Albany Seedlings.
80,000 Hovey Seedlings.
20,000 Early &mist.
16,0200 Scarlet Magnet.
And some other line varieties.
The plants are young and vigorous. They wrro seism l
ed with great ewe, and for size and gnslity the fruit
cannot be excelled. A rare opportunity is here presen
ted to persona who wish to procure a choice assortment
for Soring pleating. They will be sold cheap.
Orders left on the premises or at the Post tdlice, Har
riet) arg, "nil receive prompt attention. The plants will
be delivered early in the spring. Address
tret2l-dlw Harrisburg. Po.
It drones the lotir without soiling the fingers.
It effects a saving of one-half in the use of hair prepar
It does away with greasy hafr•oll bottles.
It is handsomer artiele than the COMMCCI hair-brush.
It regulates the quaaiity of fluid uetd, to a drop.
It Is perfectly 71011; and cannot spill over in the trunk
or on the toilet.
It carries eaongh of any preparadoa to last lor a voy
age or a long journey.
Its ploe Is moderate, and It saves its own coat to three
For sale at Keller's Drug and Fancy Store, 91 Market
street two doors east of Fourth Woe; south a:cto.
BETWEEN NEW YORK
gr 4 -
- AEI, LIVERPOOL.
AislulNU AND EMBARKING PAS
-IriltzcGlirtSS at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pooL Naw iota and Philadelphia Steamship oompany
tutees .lespamhing their full powered Clyde-built Iron
Ittearastilna as follows :
GLASGOW, October 28 ; ETNA, Satiate, November 2;
iIAbGAGOO, Saturday, November :9 ; ane every Satur
day at Noon, from Pier 44, NfatbkitiVar.
FIRST GARIN $76 001 El - MIRAGE .... 00
do to London 00 00 do to Londea —033 00
do to Paris $O5 00do to Palle $3B 00
do to Hamburg—la 001 do to Hamburg 135 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Elremeti, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, dm, at equally low rates.
gar Persons wanting to Onus slather friends can buy
tickets here at the following rates, to New York: From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Habbl, $l6, SIM and MOO .
S Steerage from Liverpool 040 00. Front Queenstown,
These Steamers have superior smantimodattoes
passengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. They are
built Water4ight Iron ISections, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board.
For farther informatkin apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 WaterWftt ; ht Glasgow to WIC
INIL&N, M. Enoch Square ; Queenstown to O. &R.
D. SEYMOUR Li CO. ; in London to 111.YaB & MALI, 81
King William lit. ; In Parts to AMOS' OBCOUB, 5 Place
de la Bourse ; m PhiladelAls to JOIN G. o ALE, 11l
Withal street ; or at die Cbmpany's (Arms.
JNO. G. DAM, Agent,
ooll•tf 15 Broadway, New York.
Or 0.0. Zimmerman. anent. Hanisours.
COAL LORBERRY COAL !
PROSE who want the real Genuine Old
Feehloned Pinegrove Coal from .the Lorberry laces
(by the car load or otherwise.) apply to
GEO. GaRVERICEL Jr.,
S. R S. haitroa. office.
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSE,
JCL near the Water Basin, with, or without IsTABIAbG
an may be eebbed. refideediee
CHAS. C. HAWN.
Harrisburg, October Mb, 1861.—bnd
DR. T. Jr MILES,
FFERS his services to the citizens o
1,,/ Harrisburg and its ye:deity. Re solicits a share 0
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his best
andeltVeri shall be given to render raesthetion in his pro-
Notion. Being an old, well tried dentist, he feels sate hi
noting the public Seneraily to call on him,'wanting
ham that they vrill not be diesatialled with hi servicti,
office No u s m u t e ' ' mess in the house formerly eo
telliied. by Jacob It. - 41by, near lajti United Mates anaL
R. C. HALE,
Q. M. General
I NM. RUBBER, BUFFALO 110 w:
estwaossaikil MOW DEDIRD.G CeiDakbirsil
took at 'MAW S DIM AID RAM 81OIL1
3. R. /RC ERSOLL'S
NEW N 'IT/ ON AL LOAN.
Seven and ThreeiTentlis Per Cent.
NOW READY FOR DELIVERY AT THE OFFIOE
JAY COOKE & CO.,
No. 114 South Third Street,
Pursuant o instructions from the Secretary of the
Treasury, the Subscription i3ook to the NEW NaTI•JNALI„
LOAN of Treasury Notes, bearing interatt at the rate of
seven an.l three-tenths per cent per annum, will remain
open at my office,
No. 114 8 THIRD STREET.
until further notice, from 8 A. If. till 5 P. If., and on
Mondays till P P. M.
These not s will be of the denomiaatloo 01 FIFTY
DOLL Ite , , °NI3 Hum; . It DOL AR?, Frrd H N
(MED DOLLARS, NE THOUSAND DOLLARS, and
FIVE TH USAND DOLLAR:3, and are all dated 19th of
august, 1861, payable In gold. in three years, or con•
vertlble into a twenty years' +is per pent. an, at th e
option of the bolder Each Treasury ' Note has interest
coupons ttacbed, which can be cut off and collected Ia
gold at the Stint every six menthA, and at the rate of one
cent per day on each fifty dollars,
Payments of subacripum s may be made in Gold or
becks, or %cam of any of th 4 PhiladelPla Banta.
PAR7III3 .4? A P162.N01 can remit by their friends,
through the man, or by e x press, or through Beaks anti
the Treiaory Note.t w1:1 be immediately delivered, or
sent to e.ct subscriber as they may ct.
Parties remitting must add the iuter.st from 19th of
August, the date of all the notes, to th day the remit
tance reaches Philadelphia, at the rate of one cent per
day on each fifty dollars.
apply to or a-dress
JAY comae, SUBSCRIPTION AGENT,
Care of JAY 00.alat lc CO., kilotons,
och•dlm NO 114 South Third Street, Phlladalphus,
BEMS 1 SHIRTS I! SHIRTS!!!
NEE CHEAPE , T 1N THE MARA:RT.
THE undersigned i:aving opened his
Manufactory of Shine kn., al N 0.12 West Market
!Veen Harrisburg, Pa , mos treepectniny eoliotte the
patronage and attention of the Ladles, 0 , -nuetnen and
Merchants to the figlowing assortm••ot of goods all of
which are our own manufacture :
dm., tc , he., he.,
Also the particular attention or the Ladles to our large
assortment or under garments k , (rrom the West hst-.
proved London and Paris styles,) LIVWN COLLARS,
GUFF'S, SETTS Inc., to great varieties, alt of which being
our own mannuracture we will si•Il cheatatr than can be
rerion. desliemeof furni4hieg their own orateriale, eta
have cutting, /Mint no., of every variety done a cord
ing warder. Al, of tee SOW* earned irtio ior Gomm weir,
we will mass to meamire, guarauteet,g to fit, end give
entire satisfaction to the purchaser for siyle durability
and m aerial All spe,mtl orders will he tiviinutly at
tended to upon the sherbet notice and mast reaaonable
terms. Also Merchants supplied ow, the mast reasoo
P. S. Ladies wishing skirls or ander garments of Dv
discriptlon, cm have them made to order by sending
sample of such kinds as may be .mralred.
JAMES A. LYNN,
No. t 2, Markets
Rooms next door to Hummel & Killiuger's Watery
THE DELAWARE MUTAL
SAFETY INSURANCE COIPANY.
CAPITAL AND A..I3KTS 11901,907.61
COMPANY OF NOitTil
CAPIT AND ASSETS $1,219,476.1 .
T HE undersigned, as Agent for the
well known Companies, will make Isettraate
against lam or damage by ere, either perpetually or on.
otudly, ,on property In either town or country.
Marine and Inisnd Transportation Rieks also loam:
Apply personally or by leUer to
sT d A no T re E t S ei t o r w ee S t ra n d rj
u T o h te i i a rd t e rr t i r s e b e n t 4. A
a fo u l:
new Hearse Ready made Coffins always on hand and
neatly tlelebed to order. Sliver plates, &o. Terme yea
scalable. iku3o-o3mo] C. HARM
Harrisburg Blind Manufactory,
SECOND STREET BELOW CHESTNUT.
VENITIAN BLINDS made to order, and
all repairing neatly and expeditiously done. Per
mug at a distance can bairn their work done by sildrea
sieg a Muer to the undersigned. Thankful for past pat
ronNge be hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit
a continuance of the same. lgirSitisractton guaranteed
both asto prices anlworic.-01,
FOR THE ARMY,
Beds, Pillows, Blankets, Coats, Caws,
Leggin., Drinking; Cups, Ike.,
FOB. SLIM BY
Wffi. S. SHAFFER,
North Side Market Square, near Buehler's Hotel,
PROF. ADOLPH P. TRUPSER,
WOULD respectl ally inform his old'
patrons and the public generally, that be will
continue to give Instructions on the PIANO VOW
LODZON, VIOLIN and also in the science ol THO
BABB. Be will wilt pleasure wait epos pupils at Otelr
homes at any hour desired, or Masons will be mess
his residence, Is Third street. • few doom below lb
German Reformed Church.
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and Encrravers on Wood
N. & COB. FIFTH & CHESTNUT STS.,
E XECUTE all kinds of Wood Engraving
with b eauty,t,
oorrecu.sse ...is despatch.
designs furnished for Fine Book illustrations. Perseus
wishing cuts, by eeediuga Phouurreph or Dack3rrectslie,
can have views of Colleges Churches, &Ore FM's,
Machines, &oyes, Patents, ea., engraved as well on per.
Fancy .Mtivelopos, Labels, Bill Headings, Miow BUIL
Visiting, Business and other Canis, engnised .hi itte
highest style of art, and at we lowest prices,
For specimens of flue engraving, see the illuileatel
works of J. O. Lippincott AL Co-, M. Butter &Cs.
PALM LEAF SfATTRESSFS,
COITON TOP MATRESSES,
COTTON COMFOE (8,
CAMP STOOLS &c.,
On hand and for sate at We very lowest rates for cash.
Hair Mattresses and Wm& Bottoms made to order.
HAIR. MATTRESSM &c.,
Regaired_mad msulfequal to 'Mow, very resisonable# a t
No! 109, mstitetidriet, between Fourth Ana 1V4 1 07_
cel9.2md_gia J. T. MIMIC
A. B. SHARP.