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Porevipr float that standard sheet
Where breathes the foe but fent lbefere us!
With Freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us!
ra UNION—THE comammoN—AND
mg ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW.
Saturday Morning, November 2, 1861.
N9TWITIOCANDING the increased duties and
dailY aconmulatingresponsibliithni of the Com
missailat of Camp Curtin, Commissary General
W. H. Irwin has so regulated his department
as to give satisfaction to the soldier and main
taiga just economy in the expenditure of the
mtiey of the, state. We have yet to hear any
than who has an, acknowledged claim to the title
of a soldier or gentleman, complain of the man
agement of the Commissariat—and we honest
ly believe that of all the officers connected with
our litary organisations, General Irwin de
servegin pre-eminent credit as well for his inde-
fatigable devotion to the interests of the state
as for his impartial determination to benefit and
promote the comfort of the soldier. This is
public sentiment in the camps and the capital
CAM OF HIGHWAY ROM3NRY and murder in
crease rapidly of late in the Federal Capital.
Within a day or two there have been several
cases'of opett robbery and two or three murders.
Thoitown is filling up with thieves, pickpockets,
gamblers, and other desperate characters, at
tracted there by the great influx of visitors and
the constatit presence of army officers at the
hotels. It is estimated that there are from ten
totstrehty thousand additional persons now in
Washington, not in the army, who go there
to see their friends and to make money' in va
rious, ways out of the soldiers congregated in
TPA LEBANON Comma complains that we
credited an article to the Tioga Agitator, which
appeared originally in the editarial columns of
the Courier. Bo much really able' Matter is
printed editorially by Worih, that he must not
complain if the hebdomidal press of the state
occasionally use his brains. It is . plagiarised
forfora gopd purpose by'eur cotemporaries, though
we arc always Consolenclous in giving credit to
our friends, ind in thil'instsonce, so few as we
are to blame'we make the amendehondrable to
the Court*. The Agitator, hereafter, must be
in* just to the Ciourkr. .
RAPPT evi dence of the good offices of the
pima to the army has just been developed in
Western Virginia. The troops were badly
fed and clothed. For weeks requisitions had
beep made in vain. The press took hold of the
matter, and in two weeks' time the change was
wonderful.' It is said that a more pleasant,
turnable and industrious set of fellows can no
wkare be found than the Quarterm asters of
Western Virginia are at this time. They • are
just piling the camps with clothing and other
'f!te aaiim coritinuelaetlve as far as Bring
shots from their batteries is concerned; along
the Virginia shore of the Lower Potomac. It
appears that the rebels at Shipping'Point had
bean reinforced by several regiments of their
troops. :Reconnoissances continue to be made
by the , Union 'generals located on the Mary
land aide of this part of the river, with some
what, satisfactory sluices. - A new battery was
&Calmed, in the neighborhood of. Quantico
TEA monad have an enemy in their midst
which willsoon prove more formidable and tend
mtire certainly to inaugurate terror among
then than derieral McClellan's army Or the
secret ,naval expedition. It is the deplorable
condition of their finances, and the great want
of the "sinews of war." . There is a reckoning
dazappreiching on which shinpluters will be
forced to show their value.
Amit /3**.trill go to New York On BaturdaY
MOSldniCatafonit;anied by his staff, The New
Yorklhbawe wit it -de understood that next
week, while in that city, be will' retire from
his high rank, and immediately thereafter sail
for NUrope with his son-in-law, of his staff.
Ii is Bum= that there will be news from
th!O L At . itit
.. by way " of Richmond tomorrow or
ner.444 r T4 Probably Jeff. Davis will hear from
twolpointo on the coast almost simultaneously
—*ltebotween Beaufort and Cape Sable.
H.N.sion has retired from the editorial
coiairpl Pf, tl*Alita#A punk Gazette, for the pur
pose of entering .the volunteer service as the
captain of a company. Ned is a brave man,
and will certainly distinguish himself if the op
pertunity is afforded i .
Jsrma H, Lazes; of Kansas, has made a
requisition' upon the War Department for a
cos of engineers and sappers and mina.' The
department, however, does not recognize his
moluirity as commander of a brigade, and re
float*? honor his requisition.
41=3 for the union of Congreas have
ativadi OKRlgenoed. = The chambers of the
Senate and Howie of Representatives are fitting
u p; and tairefything will be in readiness before
t4e.*".9t.DecalzbPr• . „
ALARM from blasatlaa. repair* that. ex-
Paitaisiekr FoMe9 t? . ! New Yeti MY, le super.
intandiaffilit- I, at epic, Mute% at a
THE CHARGE AGAINST FREMONT.
The Secretary of War, cescompanied by one
of the highest staff ofdcers in the United Stater
Army, General Thomas, as is well known to the
public, recently visited the Military Department
of the West, under the command of General
Fremont, for the purpose of inspecting the op
erations of the - army in that quarter, as well as
to investigato f the faOta in relation to certain
charges made as to the management of the pub
lic service in that section of the country. The
duty was both arduous and delicate, involving
the exercise of much skill and discretion hs its
successful performance. In these respects , our
readers will admit that Secretary Cameron was
well fitted for the winit, as there are few men
its the country with greater administratige
ability, or who possess, to a larger degree; the
experience which would enable him to jUdge
and decide, not only upon the necessity but
also the ' economy of work such as that which
is under the control .of Gen. Fremont, involv
ing large expense in money and men, and a still
greater risk of credit and success. Since General
Fremont has been at the head of the Western Di
vision of the Army, he has had the exercise of
an unlimited discretionary power; reposed in
him by the President and the cabinet, because
the people had confidence in his military capita: ,
ity and courage. It Wad alleged that lie had
abused this pdwer, by arrogant assumptione and
the establishment of tYranical distinctions iii
his command. Such allegations did not fail
to arouse the brave people of the west, and
from these other charges arose, until the declar
ation became unmistakable that General Fre
mont was not only guilty of an unwarranted
assumption of power, but he was boldly chug;
ed with wasting the :public money and wing
the credit of the 'government to' a degree not
warranted by lois 'position or the power vested
in him by the,President of the 'United States.
On our.fixst page 7esterday, we printed the
report of Adjutant General Thinnas, to the Sec
retary of War, setting forth in detail an account
of a visit to Missouri, the investigation had
while inspecting the military works in. that
locality, with the tiatinsonaff prozrainent officers
and respectable indivi ,uals as to the capacity of
Gen. Fremont to command and control the
forces and interests of the country in the De
partment of this West. Our readers must' not fail
to read this document, because it emenates from
a perfectly reliable and respontsible officer, and
because also it establishes certain facts which
will relieve the Preeidentfrom all censure should
Gen. Fremont be , removed, and satisfy the
country that the removal Sluts justified - by a re
psi for the success of Our'struggle to conquers
lasting peace for the conntry; without involving
all its intonate in irretrievable bankruptcy, - and
bequeathing to posterity a load of indebtcdnees
which it would 'require tanturiei to liquidate:
The"irregularity practiced by Gen.Arremorit; ac- •
cording to the testimony of the report, goes to ,
show the went of nrilitary" forethought on his
part, in' directing the necessary means for put
ting Intoned maintaining in the - field the forde•
under his • command ; `while Gen. Hunter, the
mend in command,' eiprestettl' to the Secretary
of War, his dedided - Otfiniontliat'thao. nemoni
was incompetent and unfit for the extensive and
important reqxonsibilities'orisis sinmiand.
We do not desire to prbit editorially • any
more decided °Orden on this sulject, than that
which is conveyed by this report, and hi ate
evidence it quotes of some of the most reliable
and substantial men in St. Louis. General
'Fremont will be fortnnate if he can dear him
self of the odium of these surges, and to far
as he is concerned; we itust : that he may be able .
to offer such factsand arguinenti In eitenuatiori
of his conduet, as will•telieve him of the simpi
don under which he now rate. We trust that
Our readers will peruie this 'report, and in the
meantime, when General Fremont makes his
defence, we will'also print it in full' for their
consideration, provided that it does not occupy
niore apace than - the report of Adjutant General
Thomas. Inthis business we desire to deal
fairly with the partly 'amnia and the power
Which seeks thezood of the country, making
our column; neither-the source through' which-
Gen. Fremont shall be traduced, nor allowing
them to he used to screen him from- answering
before that tribunal, the pre-pls, before' which all
dvil servants and militaryofficers are amenable.
Editor of the Pensisytvoozia D./seraph :
For the benefit of such sheets as the Patriot
and Union arld'other , journals '''of like ilk, who,
after being warned against further utterance of
their treasonable sentiments, give vent to their
malice by charging upon such &publican coun
ties as BradfOrd, ayant 6f patriOtisni in furnish
ing volunteers to put down the rebellion, anew
me to give your readers a correct list of the
forces furnished by that noble ,old county, who
have enlisted to fight for the maintenance of
the govimnnebt as - it `was transmitted to us'
from our Atha& Bradford has' furnished men
as follows, viz
Wt. Trout's company, 6th regiment, Col.
Capt. Gore'd* ecmipt%ny, 6th regiment; Col
Capt. Bradbury's company, 6th regiment,
Capt. Gustin's conapany, 12th reginie4t, Col.
Capt. Ingham's company, 450th regiment,
Capt. Telford'a company, 50th regtxteiit, Col
Capt. Newman's company, Morehead's inde
Capt. Caikin's cavalry co . mpany, Harlan's in
Capt. Easington's cavalry company, 'Camp
Capt. .Peck'e Company, Camp Curtin.
Capt. Davis' company, Camp Curtin.
Capt. Griffin's company, Camp Curtin.
Capt. Lither's - companyi Camp Curtin.
To whichitdd 1170 men recruitedthere for the
regular army. Add also," 800 nien, enlisted
early, in the southern tier regiments of the
state of New York. Full-1700 men are now in
service ; from this county, and . they are now
Offeiinglio raise a Ailment in tulditionito the
above force, when consent can be obtained from
the Governor. VERITAS.
Tin Tar Au or m SAVAZNAH Plasma, at New
York, has remitted hi a failure of the jury to
find a verdict. The iorlt at the time of its •1!g:.
curie, stood, fu relit m: to the ? ,ii6silix;d„ as
follows ; Eight corkirlation of `th e wholeof
the prisoners ; fouropposed. Three of the lat
ter favored a V 4414 ot guilty in the (zees of
the first...farm toffhierii; The 086r:tore were rt-,
mainam _ ii . 4l4k 4 4.*v ".
p enno tha n ia mat ) cd t graA, saturtrag Ittornii* Novemba 2. 1861
THE POTOMAC BLOCKADE.
ANOTHER REBEL BAITERY DISCOVERED
A SUPPOSED INFERNAL MACHINE.
FROM THE UPPER POTOMAC)
Leesburg Evacuated by. the Rebels.
A Foraging Expedition—Capture of a
Rebel Picket—His Disclosures.
FROM THE LOWER POTOMAC.
A Reconnoissance by. General Sickles.
THE REBELS 'WITHDRAWLIN
WABH/NGTON, Nov. L
A new battery of rifled cannon, three in num
ber, has been discoiered about a mile and a half
below any that have been heretofore fired on in
the lower Potomac. It is situated a little be
low a new brick house not far from the wharf
iA: faro:Jaye, ago the rebels bent a small rboat
froni Otaintico creek byei Budd's - Perry,
having a flag of truce. When she had ap
proached within two or three hundred yards, of
the ;Maryland shore, a barrel with something
attached to it was thrown overboard .and the
boat immediately turned and put back to the
Viyginia shore. The barrel was supposed to
A letter received to-day from Darnestown
says that the rebels nowpicket Rarrison'slsland
and that reliable intelligence froixi Leesbing
gives information that on Tuesday succeeding
the light at Ball's Bluff the rebels: withdrew
their forces from Leesburg on our troops being
thrown over at Edward's Ferry, leaving only is
few battallions to keep up appearances . and
watch our movenfents. They subsequently
took away all their supplies and were at the
latest accounts resting on Goose creek, seven
miles south of Leesburg.'
A fors:sting expedithin was despite' hed to
Shroud's farm, four miles northwest from Fall's
Church. A picket was here captured and. sent
to -headquarters, and voluntarily diticlosed the
fact that the rebel pickets were stationed a short
.distance from the farm. Capt. Norton accom-,
plished the object of, his mission.
The prisimer's mullets C. - R. Bell, aprivate of
:company C, Sixth Regiment Louisiana volun
teers, commanded by Colonel Seymour, editor
.of' the New Orleans Commercial Bulletin. The
regiment is a portion of Gen. Mather's Louis
iana Brigade. Around :Centreville,-!he. states
that there is a continuous range of rebel camps,
including sixty thousand Virginians under Gus
tavus W. Smith, and unequal number of North
Clixolitlianisarad Loulsianituss. Some fifteen thou
sand troops' are 'at Maumee. Beamegard's
head-quarters was but half a mile from Centre.
A new regiment of cavalry from Hoith Caro
lina,: had arrived, and was well equipped.—
Stewart's Cavalry was to the left of Centreville,
lledeford's to he right. -lath= and Bemer'a
Artillery were under smith's command. The
trtibelCate confident 'one` thousand hien could
not dislodge them. On Mbnday last • his regi•
Merit came'to Hunter's Mills, two miles north
'west, in Virginia, to do picket duty there, re
lieving a Virginia regiment. The retreat from
Fairfax by the rebels was caused by a belief
that the ' Yankees" were coining npon them.
Bia atatement is not much credited.
It is reported that two schooners, laden with
iay and other Government stores, were captur
ed by the rebels yesterday. They attempted to
run the blockade. A gentleman; who came
up. from Port Tobacco this morning, reports that
the rebels occasionally fire at the men who are
Working on the fortifulations now being thrown
up by General Sickles and General Hooker.
Sometimes the shot pass inland- half a mile.
At other times they tall short. It is believed
now that communication with the rebels from
the .Maryland shore is entirely cut off. ' 'lt ap
pears that the rebels are. strengthening their
old batteries and erecting new ones all along
the Virginia shore. 'the large, body of rebels
who were encamped in the vicinity of Fairfax,
It is thought, have been sent down to strength
en these batteries. They;rio doubt, are in dread
bt an attack by land and water.
reconnoisance was made yesterday by Gen.
Sickles and staff; accompanied by a squad of
Indiana cavalry, along the shore of the Poto
luso, about forty miles below Washington, when
they were fired at by a battery on the Virginia
shore. One of the shots fell short , and another
passed over them.
To-day the pickets of General • Wklsworth
captured a private of a South Carolina regiment
about three miles from Falls Church.
There seems to be no doubt that the rebels,
halre a large hunitior of flat-boah3 at Occoquau
Creek, manufactured at Fredericksburg andde
signed for crossingthe Potomac.
Accounts received from along the line. of the
Potomac, from Lewinsville to Alexandria, rep
resent everything quiet. Reconnoissances were
'nada yesterday afternoori, which prove ve'ry
conclusively that the. rebel foices area being
withdrawn to Centreville and the vicinity of
ADJUTANT GENERAL THOMAS' REPORT IN
• THE FREMONT CASE..
Communication from E, M. Davis'
E. Id. Davis, Asakttruit Quartermaiter" tinder
Freniont, writes a lefter •to Adjutant General
Thomas, under date Philadelphia yesterday,
correcting some errors in reference , to himself,
publisheclin the latter' a report to Gen. Cameron.
He says Fremont did not give him any con
tract for blankets or anything else. He pur
chased blankets in his official capacity_ and de
nies they were condenmed as rotten and worth
less. When the report of the Board reached
Fremont he expressed great displeaintre and re
quired the blankets' to be returned. The only fault - that could be found with his
nut Chase was the economy practiced in nailing
it -=tbe average price lieing'one dollarand ftirty
cents for each blanket: They were partcottort.
He can only account for the misatatemeutafrom
the. fact that when Thomas was in St. Louis.
Davis was confined - to his bed and that Monies
presumed from the reports that' he' heard' that
he had the whole truth before him in reference
to these affairs. ,
REMOVAL .AF Pws.orws !mom FORT
TO.F O IFF NP*N.
BOSTON, Noy , 1.
L i Thestearnor State . of Maine, Ivhicht* T eA a t,
Fort WaireniketerkiefaNrmin, *nig sixt
brisonerk, hteM"i those ftgitared
00nt,80448,1100110 intistlye'typhoid bakit
. 4 .4ki4iPti.# 4 4401 gtr Itts) -oloklereglibeisap3l
provided by citizens.
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‘' ' ONE NIGHT MORE ! „Da
Saturday Evening, Nov. 2, 1861.
..11.1VEICIEt1:1 0 ,S1
u . .
. I .
. . ..
OVERTURE, -- -- Holden _
Opening:Chorua—from "Ernani," - Sanford's Troupe
Oh My Love is Gone, - - - Sanford
Carrie Lee, - - '- - - °uncross
Still in My'DYeams, - 4 . ! -- ' Campbell
Tyrolean Warbling,, - . - - - G. L. Hall
Boy with the Auburn Hair, - . A. Hughes
- . - Sanford
Darling Blue Eyed Nell, - - - °uncross
Comic Round, - .. - - Sanford's Troupe
. .• . ,
Dance—Selected, - - - tinter Sanford
Solo on the Boehm Flute, - -• J. S. Cocks
. Sanford, Hall, Hughes, and Von Bonhorst. •
Balad,Seleoted, - - - - J. L. °uncross
SUng and Dance, , - , , ; - - ... Hughes
FRENCH DANCING MASTER!
Master.S. S. Sanford I Pupil Mast. Sanford.
Putch Song, , - -- - - - G. L Hall
STOCKS. UP AND DOWN, Hughes and Von Bonhorst
TO CONCLUDE WITH
COUP „Festival Dance -
. .. . BY, THE ENTIRE COMPANY. •
. • .
On Monday Evening Sanford's Opera. Troupe
will appear in Baltimore. Due notice will, be
given of their re-appearance here..
A 'nMISSION 25 'CTS.
DOORS.OPEN AT 6+. ENTERTAINMENT AT 7+.
PROM FORTRESS MONROE•
No News of the Great Expedition
CAPTURE OF. PRIZE VESSELS:
Grand Review at Camp Hamilton.
Foßums HoNaog, Oct. 31
The tug Ethan Allen, of the great expedition
returned to Hampton oads this morning, in
consequence of the rough weather on the coast
below. She brings no particulars of import
ance respecting the expedition.
, A flag of truce went,up to Norfolk, to-day,
with twenty of the prisoners who were released
some 'time since at Fort Lafayette.
The barks Goshect and Armada have just re
turned from a cruise. The latter took: four
prizes, three English and one Americatithc
names of which have already been furnished.
The - Rescue is at Old Point and will go to sea
The 11. S. frigate Roanolte;is hourly expected
from the South.
Oen. Wool held a grand review yesterday at
Camp Hamilton. .
LATER FROM MISSOURI.
A REBEL CAMP BROKEN UP,
Rumored Defeat of Price's Rear Guard
and Capture of Gen. Rains.
JIUFZIWON CITY, Mo., Oct. 81
The compromise entered into by Gem. Hend
erson with the rebels in Galloway county did
not include the band of robbers that plundered'
James S. Ballin's premises, a few days since
That band will be summarily dealt with. Other
measures besides the compromise. have been
taken'by Gen. Prentiss to preserve qiiiet irt these
A detachment of Colonel Boomer's' regiment,
under Captain Cuok, the danbefore yesterday,
'broke up a small camp of rebels at Coats'
Prairie, capturing a lot of arms and their camp
Sr. lots, Oct. 81.---Intelligence has reached
here that General Sigel has attacked and de
feated Gen. Price's rear guard, at 'Bolivar, and
taken General Rains prisoner. This, however,
can only be true in part, as . General Sigel, w.s
in Springfield oallohday list. If a fight has
taken place, at or near Bolivar, it must have
been with some of the force belonging to Gen
General Prentiss has gone out on another se
cret expedition. •
THE following items are from the Frankfort,
(Kentucky) Commonwealth: .
2=mm-IRa—or "Snolligoster," as the moan
taro boys call him—came over into Kentonc43.
after a "military necessity " The other day he,
suddenly discovered that his military necessity"
Was the other side of the Tennessee line. He
has gone after it.
ZOLLIOOPFML is an ex-editor, but probably he
had more leaded matter in his columns on the
night of the 21st than ho expected.
CHAIM= THEM TllNE.—Zollicoffer's brigands
went into the battle of Camp Wild Cat singing
4 'Di/de " but when they "went out" they were
"Fire in the mountains, run, boys, run 1"
• New arrra OP Boor POR VourncrEsas.-4
lady of Philadelphia has sent to . Mayor Herb . ?
a new 'style of boot, designed for the volunteers,
to be'worn after a match or sentry duty. It is
inde of twilled muslin, and lined with =don
"nnel. note, 10 XetkPallYb?g= the Zee* Ban
tlyittledles mho StQatinglk
male Vikae or four: paw laiheanddisibeol§
On the 1:mm1,4 or-October Mat, in the Green street
M. E. 013urcu, Philadelphia, by the Rw. D. W. Bartlne,
D. D., Rev. G. W, Risenstnss, : of the New Jersey Con
ference of the B. E. Church, to Hass M., eldest daugh
ter or the officiating Clergyman.
TO THE LADIES.
mES. MARY CHANDLER would res
pectfully Inform the et llarriabare and. the
otoho generally that sheAtill centionee the EltEBB-MAL
8U5tN.1144,.i0 Walnut street two ,doore below Third.
Zeeare -aekets, (leered Dresses and all kinds of
Limy sewing promptly alteaded to. The patronage clthe
public is re,peotfully solicited. , octal-flat
W AN TED.
ARespectable White Girl, ,to cook and
do genecal thusowork. Good references required.
nqu:re at the residence of Ex-Gov. P p RTRIL
300 SHOEMAKERS WANTED
THE undersigned wishes to employ, im
mecilately, THREE HUNDRED SHoNEAREEtR, to
fit and bottom , gavalry, Ikairtf, tte wilts* the Mgt:teat wages,
• be paid.' -• .•
Prices for fitting 25 cents, for belt • ming 75 cents,
J. , NATHAN (X)RtiblAN.,
°artiste, Pa., eit 20, iB6l.—d2w
FIELD FOR PROMOTION!
ONE. HUNDRED DOLLARS BOUN-TY.
WANTED AT ONCE, 800 YOUNG MEN
F' THE 3D BATTALLION OF THE
18th Reginnnt LI S. Infantry, commanded by Major
will A. Ptotes.
The Patriotic:Young men of Pennsylvania shetild'utag
arly embrace this opportunity of JAning this splended
Recruits will be uniformed and disciplined as seen ea
Gcod clothing, Food, Quarters and Medical attendance,
free of charge, and the soldier in that Regiment
is important to remember that the organisation. of
this Regiment is such that yo .ng men who have the In
stinct of soldlerti and who are inspired with the Mar otie
ardor for marching under the folds of the old stars and
Stripes will have In this Regiment the opportunity of
rielue from the grade , of privates to that of a commis.
.innod ("Beer in the Regular , Army, as one third of the
Sleets will DO meal tram the rants when the Reglinent
has its complement of men.
All thevensitm laws '-applf to ill nimi in . the' Regular
service Every sick and Winkled soldier will be com
furtably provided Rir in the 01diers Rome," establish.
ad by the Government. apply to
.1. M. ENS MR, Dept U. 8. Army,
Recruiting Lacer 18th U. S. Intantry.
Recruiting, Rendezvous "Rschange," Walnut street,
Oct. 19, 18811 .!•
trw - r)3llEt.ne-A.32‘. - ki
.QTATt. Bti-eet near etre et, a few
kJ demi below Brews . nelel, jlsardsbarg. A Bee
oow Hearse Rudy' made Coffinis' always on hand and
peaty finished to order. Silver plates, Me. Terms Tea.
rabbi. Etti3o.oBeawl C. WAIL
FOR RENT.—The 'farm now occupied
by John Loban, adjoining Camp Curtin. • Posses.
mo given on the first of April next.
00'25 01E0P1.0.E N. PORTER.
PALM LEAF MATTRESSES,
COTTON TOP MATTRESSES,
COTTON COMFOR rs,
CAMP STOOLS &0., '&O.,
bn band and for sale at tue very lowest rates for cash
Hatr-MettratestatuiclaprialHaatoroskroade SO order-
Sor v as, , • , ,
.7.44. 1 4444 7 44 1 4 3 .4 8 . AO!,
paired awl made erm/,„10flow very romonatile, all a
o. 109, mute(
octo.2mg T. =YAM.
SEALED PROPOSALS ) - -
T ILL be received until 3 P. M. on Tnesitt
by contract,, next November sth 1861, for supplyin
-U S. A.:—
f the Subsistence Department
60 tons (2240 IDs) of good Timothy Ray.
1600 bushels (70 lbs) of good, sound corn in
To be delivered on or before November 12th
1861. And a like quantity of each to be delit,,
ered on or before Novemberpnth, m4th
mi T les o be of
usucthhe Hats .s.
Bids must state the price so delivered,
the quantity of each article propos o d to be ard
The right is reserved to reject any bid if not
satistactory for the United States.
Two good and sufficient contract
for the faith
ful performance of the contract will lo regain.
Bids, endorsed "Proposals for Forage" to b,
addressed to B. Du BARRY,
Capt. & C. S. 11. S.
DESERTERS FROM THE UNITED
Came Cattalos, October 31, nil.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
L owiLe: f is o n r Ka t in h oo e wn a tz rri , s t
theyd s o li r v b e ae r g r en
i t .
41.1 R ltre
desertersi s n n ;: r g of the fol
vice of the United States :
eyes. brown hair, by 000npationy4porer. hernia Mora
Thomas' Robison, 27 years of age, dark cattplei.,,
black eyes, black hair, by o munition a Shoemaker, b,rl;
WiUfatn.7, Barry, 22 years of age, tight cornp!exi,o.
grey eyes, brown hair, by occupation a Puddler, boil in
ationeal Donlon, 26 years of age, dark cnrnpiel:t.
basal eyes, light hair, by ocoupatio., a Shur,
James G. Hughes, 24 years of age, light
blue eyes, sandy hair, by occupation a l'ehiter, tort
Joseph Jones, 80 years of age, light complrzlon,
eyes, saucy hair, by occupation a Miner, bort,
Ab ra h a m Levy, 29 years of age, Ikhi • orn•Lipxi• L,
zel eyes. black hair, by oeeep won a filer r, tr:
Pottsville, fichaylkiii county.
william if. Moser, 80 plan of age, dark c• - •n: .•c. L .
gray eyes, brown hair, by occupation as Eogai,;r,
In Danville, Penn's.
Edward McGinley, 18 years of age. lien c
ion grey eyes, sandy hair, by occupation a Store L., E t
born In Elarrbaburg,
Noah Owens. 83 years of ago, dark romplev.,,,, ,
eyes, brown hair, by oecapation a Paiidkr, bon. it !L:
william (hay, 24 years of ago, light eqmpl ox .,
eyes, sandy hair, by occupation a Farmer, b env, E n
Levi SterVl3Bol:4 21 years or age, dark urobletrb
,oyee, brown bar, by occupation a Laborer, b , re
!Franklin county, Penn's,
ygmh e w l agg, 28 years of age, I , ght eompiee,ln,
:eyes, sandy hair, by occupation a Miner, barn [bib!.
Thomas White, 29 years of age, dark sifispl,
ny ea, dark hair, by occcupatun a L
-Uri r, born. Ire.
Any information concernlnz any of the atinv , l.,¢,l
persons directed to Capt. O. C. DIIVIS, Camp Camn.,
receive prompt attention.
C. C. J%VfS,
OCMtnatidingeOmpany 7th Reganent
COAL! COAL !! COAL !:;
CITE subscriber is now prepared to de.
_i liver to the cilium', et Her, i‘burg ether by lb.
Or, Boat, Loader single Ton, the choue4t loot
bane, Sunhury, 1 kens Valley and t'irebtrore
tttgled out by the Patent Weigh Cart, and qt . . a f ,:ti
uarenteel. Orders left at my e, 4111 and Mao
will receive prompt attention
D onn , RIIICK
Harriebarg, Oct. 80. 78131.--6wd*
GENERELL ORDER, NO. 11,
HAULDQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA MILITII, t
Ifarnsburg, OCt. 26, 1561.
THE Regiment of Pennsylvania Voluate,r,i,
commanded by CoL Richard Coulicr,
COntinue to be to known as the ..Eleventh rrn
tnent of Pennsylvania Volunteers. It Is st
to the officers and men that the rczimeut,ti ,
have future opportunities of (lisidaui,.; f
Courage and gallantry of "Falling Watt's.'
which is now part of the military history of tLe
State, under their original deeiguatiou.
By command of A. G. Curtin, Govena•r arid
ocllo CRAIG BIDDLE, A P.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DE
In Confectionary, Foreign an -1 Doact -
hts, Data, Palos% Hollins and Nut, ut 3): -
Fr, ola and raj trt , ll, Soap, Candid, Vin gtr. Si
cage% %Ars and Gauntry Prndlne to g .uera , tltrtrit
street, next door to Parke House, also etir ,er Lrl .r:
oct2B-d6to J .H!,,
FOR SALE OF RENT.
, HE undersigned offers for sale or re:A.
' hl e Distillery below Hari b,rt, b twvu I 1,2 rcit .
vault Railroad and the Susquebanua ricer, w.l.hon
engtoe, pig pen, railroad aiding aid abo v gl:t
pound. Terms low. Apply to J. C. Snow:
()Uhler of the Mechanics Savings awl:, tiara p,.
Harrisburg Blind Manufactory.
SECOND STREET BELOW CH Etl NI:T.
VE NI TIAN BLINDS made to order, and
V all repairing neatly and exped! iusl7 d eer
tons at a diauume can nave their worg do, JJ:Jr
a letter to the undersigned Than•int 1 ,,t ;3:
ronage he hopes, by strict attain lop tA) btl,itiei.4, to me .t
a continuance of the game. jeirSALLshiALon
both mato prlcee anti wort.liEll
COAL ! LORBERRY CoaL
THOSE who want the real Genuine 01,1
rammed Pinegrove Coal from the Lxberry Sines
(by the car load or otherwise.) apply ro
GEO. GASVEFICH, Jr,
S. & S. itsSroad
j:.. eavirstbus SUR G EON DENTIST
vi.dopun F lrui,bg F ik : ribparki: Rs ibnpurg:b h augnig i a: B osamg e .: e its
ow. N .
i :V o e t u ,
n e t ;
e x e :::;::;:i ib u oi i: s c e,c a ri ;p c ;
nweemilitlyried dentist, he reel ,
w call on him, ne.mring
CaPled by JacobEt &by , near the Unoti States 1.1001,
$B, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2.000 LBS.
0. D. FORSTER ,
CIFFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard ..0
the Canal, foot of North sweet, Whaleiale ani Re .
tail dealer l a
wails a RRE,
CU. 4 -
Famltee and Healers may rely upon obtaining 9 rlrri-PL
article, and full weight, at the loarad rate, Orkhr,
attended to. A I.brral dr;count made 1.) par
Chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, $3 and $2 25 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 25.—am
cf - u - Az GOOD S
FOR THE .ARMY ,
6419 Pillows, Blankets, Coats, C aps
Logging, Drinking Cups, &C.,
VOA SALE BY
wnsis. szterrza ,
North Side Market Square, near Buehler's Hotel,
NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES aitbi
HaVernal designs, LITTER PA PET with a view a
printed and tor sale at _
OCHIFTE'S BOOK SR N
ild Neer the ß SatTlidailli Bri'
A. A. >IIgP