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T II 14,"1' El, liGr BAN]
is PUBLISHED EATERY DAY.
14V GEORO B E BONE R.
rEI:IIS.--SOUI V tiutecanquiat.
The Pees 41'N lo served
City at h. a.tbaarthers it. the
r ,v,t, Yearly etilmeribvp Will la
Waged S 4 Oil
WVIK, ANIO Soli•Wat.at.y TeLaaaare.
'rile Tat tot fiar, 01111 . 1lel twice a wog, duriof
0 . t I vgisl .ttire, and weekly during tbe
retnateder el the yea
vi r, a Gall tarnished to sub,cribers at
Ulu iallowiug rate, Z :
subacr.bars per year •
INS LAW OF AIorSPAPEAS.
II cul t ibttcreff order the dinontinuance of their new&
piperb, he eubil.ter may continue to sued them with
art , traite are Paid
II tAtocrihers ergieet or or non to take their newtpa
r loon the aloe to with h they are directed, they Are
WO they Imre Bottled Um bills and ordered
ON and after Monday, Nov.. 4th, 1861, the
wails at the Harrisburg Post Office will close be
For all places adjacent to the line of
the railroad, between Harris
burg and Philadelphia.—was
6 30 A. 111
For New York, Philadelphia, Lan
obter, Bainbridge, Columbia
For Philadelphia, Lancaster and
Middletown ..4.40 P. M.
Poe York, Philadelphia .and
Lanca ster LßllA ON 9 00 P. M.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Philadelphia, and adja
cent to the line of the Leba-
IWO Valley and Philadelphia
:ILA Beading Railroad.—WAY
-7.30 A. M.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Altoona.—WAY MAu...,6.30 A. M
For Pittsburg, Johnstown, Pa., On- •
cinnati, Columbus and Cleve
land, Ohio 3 00. P. M
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Lock Haven, and those
adjacent to the ine of the
railroad.—WAY MAIL 12.00
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
For Washington, Baltimore, York
and all places along and ad
jacent to the line of the, rail
road.—WAY MAIL ' 10.00 A. M.
For Washington, Baltimore and
York 9.00 P. M.
CURBERLA.ND VALLEY RAILROAD.
For Hagerstown, Md., Chambers
burg, Shippensburg, Carlisle
and Mechanicsburg 7.00 A. M.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Chambersburg along and
adjacent to the line of the
railroad.—WAT MAIL 12.80 P. M
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL
For Pottsville, Ellwood, Pinegrove,
Summit Station and Auburn, 12.30 P.M
For Linglestown, Manada Hill, West
Hanover, Ono and Jonestown
on Monday, Wednesday and '
Friday 700 A.' Bi
For Lisburn and Lewisburg on Sat
urday 12 M.
GEO. BERGNER, P. IL
SCHEFFER'S BOOK STORE
(Near the llarrisbury Bridge.)
$1.25. i JU ST Iea
10 11, 0
O E I RECEIVED I%E
m D iat f c r i o A m i,
N t o h T e z '
PAPER, which we will sell ut $1.26 per ream.
t.. 1.511 per renue for NOTE PAPER, decorated with
the latest and very handsome emblems and patriotic
$3.50 Ow I0s:10 'WHITE ENVFLOPEE, with national and
patriotic emblems, printed iu two colors.
Mainlo29,l ON UR a call TUE P. RIR EFFER,
J. R. INGERSOLL'S
FOUNTAIN I HAR-BRUSH.
It dresses the hair without swing he flagon.
It erects a satin el ono - half the use of hair prepar
11 does away with greasy banned bottles.
Ills handsomer erne. than the cornmeal hair-brush.
It regulates the 'pawn) , of fluid wed, to a drop.
It is perfectly max, and cannot Spin over in the trunk
or on the toilet.
It carries enough of nay preparation to last for a way.
age Of a long Journey.
mosths p-ico is moderate, and it saves its own cast in throe
For sale at Roller's Drug and Fancy Store, 91 Market
street two doors east of Fourth street, south side.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
Plain and Figured Reps,
Rich Figured all Wool Delaines,
Plain Merinoes and Cashmeres,
Fancy Paris Dress Silks,
Superior Plain Colored Dress Silks,
Warranted makes of plain black silks,
New Styles Low Priced Detained
At CATHCART & BROTHER'S
Next door b the tiarriseurg Bank Market Square.
(at old prices.)
-LP Flannels, Ticking, Drillings,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Towiings
An kinds of Domestic Goods,
A splendid Line of-Sh aw l s.
All kinds of Men and Boss wear,
In great variety to be found at
Misses Head Dresses,
Ladies Hoods,Misse4 Hoods,
A afth Misses. Mitts, As., &c.
DO N 'Nen Jest opened at. CATHCART'S,
Next door to the Balredburg Bank.
u "4411 S A-ND VERY DELICATE. Pu
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diacOVered the meet certain; itpeed3
add &nattier reined); the world for
DD3FASEEiI OF EIKFRUDENOR
• alms tw at to rwMil riOMM.
Ho Illercoury or ReOrtoitia Drugs.
awn Chms Writer n, ON NO Clason, M ?son Ons ro
• • . TIM ItsritmOS
Weataust or MATHS& or Limbs, Strietiret, Pablo in
tie Juins,..a.ireetions or. the Kidneys and ,Bladder, Organif
WritiknegS, Nervous DebilityV,Decai: , the Physics row-,
We; Dyspepste; . inognot, LourSpiri C onfusion of dean,
tall. nation of the Heart, Timidity, inblings, Blindest
of sight Ar giddiness, Diseaae of the Stomach, Affections
Of the 'lleaA, Throat. Nose or. Skin—these terrible ,dhar
dere irhilhetVehttlid ifidlicretion or 4ohlary, Habits to
rolle-41mM dreadftil and destrUctive 'Owasso ;Whicb
produce emintittittonal debility, redder Marriage biro.
Bible, and destroy both body and mind.
Young men satin:tally whd hate become the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadful ididl destnunlie habit . witieb
annually mwelhp4 to an antimely,imiti: thousands of
ibcpag lbeii - Of the most Malted talet and brilliant Intel
lect,' who :might , othorwisti 'hide ' entralendliiitening
Senates swith,the thtuadms of eltigtionce, or' waked to ea•
tasy the living lyre, may call with Pall oonfidentie.
Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, ba
ng aware of phynical weititness, should immediately con
kult Dr' Ind be Tittered to
' perfiet health.
• • '
finmenarely'owred andjigl tier restored.
• ' "
He who plait* himself, nder the ears or Dr, J. May
religiously conddein his' heimr as a gentleman , and eoo,
Ildently rely upon hit skill all pbytiolan."
iglrollMe. No. I South Frederlek street,' Balldniete,
Ad, on lOUrt hand able from ,Baltimere street, 7
borittroni the corner. .no par dealer in observing the
same oeddttiber, Cr you rill! , riiietinrci the, fila&i. Be w
ieder for Ignorant, Trifling fidooki,' With fah*" names,
or paltry guffaw Cltrffrtoitet, attracted . by thb repute.
,tion, or r. Johnson, Lurk neer •
letteis mint contain ' a Pottier Stimp to use on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal Colt age Surge Mar,
mitedon, graduate from one et ,the m o st eminent College,
)f the United Btates, and the greattotpatt IA whose ,life
Das been spent in the Hospitals of London, ?aria,
delphlit and elsewhere; has effected some' ot the most aa•
,botching cores that were ever known. Many- troub ied
with ringing in, the ears and head when asleep, great her•
vetieneas, being alarmed at sudden awinde, bashrnioem,
with (haunt blushing, attended sometimes with derange•
mast of mind were cured immediately,
;TAB! PARTICULAR NOTION.
Dr. d. addresses all .. those. Who having injured them
sallies by private sod fropropariodolgtheiss, thatimorri
and solitary abit which ruins bilth body and mind, no
fitting them for eithrwLbuslyeakor society.
Thee, are some Otitis sad arid melancholy effects pro
&meshy early habits of , Yotith, viz Weak:MAIO of the
Rack and , Uttibia. Pains hi the Dead, Dimness Of Sight,
LOMIL of Wt. .rOwer s Palpitatiod of ,thio Irmo, Dye.
novel", Pi Erilllibifity,'Deringerieut of thp Digitally).
Plittetiotus; Varietal "DebilitY; filymptothis of .Imiump.
AIINTAILY, the hallo] Mime on th e nintidare mesh 1p •
De dreaded tr-lioas. of. MotniorY,, Oonllanton of Ideas
trgto I' Spirtta,.tht,ll Forebodlngs,,Anoon Lamle
if I ffilletru et; L tte orSollfide, come,
of the &ter anon,: • ' - • • • ,
Thoosanda of persona of all ages, can noMludge"ichat
to the cause of tilkObtollhhiPflifhibeeth,.loningilielli . iigoti,
becoming mink, pa le, 'Mentos and enuntinted,thaye ti
singular, appearange about the eyes, oottf.?„ and mmo
Who Imre Injured tbeienterrea 'by 'a' aerate Ittiettoe,
delved hr When atone--a MOS lrequeutly learned , front
sell immoanimul; or , stbooli:tat *Odd 'otafbitth . art
alghtiy felt, even when ateeep,a3?d net oared, render,
marriage Imooakible; aid n itedroye betti'Mind and body,
should apply lintnedlately. ' • • • ` •
What a.plty *bath young Man, the hopes of noun,
try, the darling of Ma parents, should be minttatied trona
all proapoote and _etiggrdtmettt.oolfe by tha ecumenical
of deviating from .the, nature, and indulging i
Inkhlto warn 51 4314 , erthrli mitatibelbre conies?
cant. that a,sound miAd awibodkarijihemeaitioestlyy
reUttlelkie promoik cotimitile hategineei.
without these, the loureey , through life becomes a wearm
,prospeuchougliolarkens to the view; the
Whet beComeir shallorrea With delepair , end tilled with the
reogauholy.relleotion,tha4 the happiness:of 'atiother bei
coerce Ugh* With our own.
118. JOHNSON'S :INVIOORATING RHIIKDT POE OA;
By thla great and Important r e med y , Weakness m the
(Irani are speedily. europlom4 nth yigorreateree.
Aeuserale Of the , eroatramem sad ththOltate4wbe
hleat 4hayo,'fiare 11tfttheatotelyVallOvivit.
llWltikosta to' liorriWPltystaiiror Neat& 'Dissiaalift.
01'014 Norval's, Tremtpg, :Wealmesa.drlMbnation eg.
the matt fearful kind, !weepy oared,
TO MUNGER& •••••
The Many Umiak" careitat OAS Inkintim within'trs
last twelve Team, sadAba.nWeirani important Surglca
operaSsps performed hy. Dr. J,, witnespedi by the re-,
Obblabkarkii &Pm, estrititibitillietpereims, nittrcheot
which have appeared agaiqand again before the publicc
beside' Ms standing_ atiranTemene at character and re.;
riMM I PP Iig V. 4 1 ! ri g N i r# KaaPult" f0Rk 0 ;4 1 .4 44 4.,
DISEASES OT .41101KIPERtlit-A r bin the misguided ,
and imprudent votary of lessors finds he has imbibed'
the seeds of this painful - It too often happens that
an,i l l i bE to d sellorAtt re or of discovery deters
him fram appYieg dee wltf u r a om education and re
spectability me ale& befriend •deilaittnttillihit-con
irePOWA of 4 111 1 1 horn J4).alitem . :makls their
fripelursocek apoollnettia;lwitut, throat, nose, skin,, ato,
retries's* ttMtle trtgetrfq Tay)d - (14.0 puts it
period tti. - hni dreaditil solfertfigsby sada*" bilin-la.tuist
Wm) from whence tut traveler tretornsill :aim a vnel-
who, , bssevfir , rle
orc, by e Mai Sr t`demnit'poutes, !reds
therconstitittion 113421311k8 the readmit* Ufa. " We.
X (1 firiP 4 WARB , " 4I4 ...P OOO r S i. Dtploriute; bane in his
v re p ly. "
ti ! a n t by , • 1. •
144)..Beeeth Frederick street, Baltimore.
&Pi/X. 4 4,4. ; •
STEAM WEEKLY •
ii&TWEEN, NICW YORK
LANW Nlir AND ;EMBARKING PAS-
NiNit.4 at QUENNSTOWN, areladdi The Liver-
Pool, Nevi , York and Philadelphia Steams* company
Wend despatching their full powered Clyde-bulk iron_
Steamships as %Goys :
GLASGOW, Saturday, November 9 ; CITY OF NEW
YORK, Saturday November 10; - NDINSURfi, Saturday
November 23 ; and every Saturday at Noon, from Pier
441, North River, • .
' PATIO OP moues. ' -
FIRST CABIN 475 001 STERRAGE .f., .....$3O 00
do to Loudon gilo 'OO I" do to I.Ondoii ..5.23 00 ;
do to Paris 385 0 0do 40 P l i r iB . " . t 1 1 °°
do to Bamburg..sBs 00 do to Ilamtnirg 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen,. Rotter
dam. Antwerp, Ete., at eqitally IoW rates'. '
AirPortiOni wishing to bring out their fried& can buy
tickets here at the fbilowing rtGootio2,l°W. York: Irr°lll
&eerage from Liverpool
Liverpool or Queenstown ; Ist Cabin, silt; 550 and 5105 .
540 00. Fro& Queestatown;
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
pauseogere, and carry egrjessied Surgeons. They are
built in Water-tight Iron ilitia, and have Patent Ft!?
Annihilators on board. ''
For filmier i nf ormatioa apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN Agent, 22 Water Street ; La Glasgow to WM.
INMAN, 5 lit. Enoch S quare ;in QueenstHown to C. &W.
D. SEYMOUR at CO. hi Londou to RIVES & 'MALT, 61
King, William St. ; in Ports to JuLus DEXXKIII ) 5 Place
deinaintree ; in Philadelphia to JOHN G. PALA in
raPal!""ri i ‘lr at theCOm . r4 l 7'a ekes. , •;. ' .
Nto. G. DAl.ll`;`46elik?.
06 114 f -_,
~,,i___,, 1611 trAlwar t _few, Itr•Til , ; - 7-
0 tit Or (I. O. aommermag Meat, Hohbliurgi'"
( INDEPENDINI IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAI,IN NONE
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY AFT.ERNOON, NOVEMBER 9, . 1861,
Litus tratiti SP (trintspartattut,
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD'
WINTER` TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
The . l4oriOnger Traits fir Lhe roonor •
b3mo4•Nryll`doinkri irom and arrive a 1 flortleinrgiond
Phil:m/00Na no follmVs = •
.-1E A S T W:A.RD.
• THROUGH ICXOESSS THAIN lefties Itsirr' is" berg daily
at 8 20 a. in., add arrives at Wait Philddeltddit at 1.48
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg every merrilegAtiidept
,Monday)o.B.Bo a. in., sad arrives at WWI. Phliadelplva
'it 12.50 p. m. '
MAIL TRAM, leaves natrrisbuto da ll 9.4l l ooPt.Soaday)
at 5.40 p. m., and 'strip** at West "Pailadatphia st. 10.30
s tOCOIiMODATIOI4 TRALSi, pis' Mount Joy, irapes
Harriihsruat 7.00 St. m.,- and orrivisi at-'West Plsla
dolphia at 12.10 p. m. , ; :
dm, idivezdarrivtlirg and arrives at Wed
Ptilladeliihd 13 . 30 p. ra. •
WY. E 4; D
T..IIItOUGH yarenss• TRAIN Mitres Philattalplew
10.30 p. nt„.Harrusburg at 3.% a. m., Altoona 840 y s.
is., and arrives t Pittsburg at 1,25 p. m. , ; '
NAIL TRAIN Leaves Pbiladelphia at 8.00 a. m., and at ,
rives at 13arrieb erg at I 20 - p. m.4leaves H trrisb Tug at 7:10
a. m.,AltoDus 2.15 p. m., and arrives *Akita WO; .at
8.14. 3 8 ft t ' , ' .;
ILl.NrkleaVissi'biladolphia at 11.30 a. m., Harris
burg 4.05 p. Altoona at 9.10 p. m., and arriving
Pittsburg at. 1.40 a. m..
HAHR93Bl.;lll9'.Al3ooliiiiliAteltt TRAlN•learfif Phil.
delphia at 2.30 p. m., and arrivatrat Harrisburg at 8.05
MOUNT JO Y ACCOMMODATION via Mond Joy leat;ss
Lancaster at 11.81 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at. 1.80
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
. • Supt. Mast, UP/. Pecos, Railroad
ElarrLsbarg, Novembbr 1851'.—dtr
WINTER TIME AARAN6EMENTI
P I. D E . 1.4 P
WITHOUT oHANGE OF gi t sp.
O N AND A1TK13,,,140,0AY, OVEN BER 4, 1861, thd Isladhat4"frains will leave the
Philadelphia and Rending Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg,
for New.Xol* and Made]
• ' - - A vis
=PAWS UNBleamtailarriaburg at, 3.30 a. m., on ar
ilfestrival qf gammyfrutta..itantimd gaprqsa,Tfidn. from Aim
afAviiqr IN& at AINS a.. m, wield Milk
delphis tt.lKOO 'ltakillia to 'the.
;trpp .thpotak , fgom;Eittabun• :withal chute:
.. 35 fh nlhag, 1T.4 2 11
in' A* Terra ,0.30 p. m aad. . ~
PAST 141kWleavi* imittOtirg . at p tii., do arylOT
Pennativants' Railroad Fut blatt, arrivlien'' Nati
York It 9 . 10 WM), akka ?billatedolol43ll4o'p. m.
FAST LINE laving 4640 ink' at: 8 n. m., tuid.linne.de
phis, at O. a._ ,111. arrivinglat Hairtsburtat 121:
~.111LAlL TAME leant% NiitrYork at.,1840 ation,,and_Phd
itaelphlit at 3.16 p, ro.,arriving at !iimriapKg 49
.EXPRBSS 'LINE leaves New York at if in.; ire ,
trig* fiartiOurgl4B.l.o.a. orsiriettini +with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for PlEsdnuit, ;A..mpact
oar is also attached 1p ,
ideit'niistrdif wfW 'Sates' 111 the
PecticYlvincla,NcrlAsp~ l .prid timberland Valley
Rallroads, and at &Wing 16 - r Philadelphie„Pottsyllje,
Wilkesbarni;Alleauiwo, Resign, '
cbsClPl4,onOngri.; **ea betweed..NeW York
AndWarryibllfit, o.oo; l l,llawlen.kburrieilugg wad Phi „W..,
Gllfplila: 33'35 in No.l bard, and .70 in No: g.
• 'ref tlekets or other hand:Mixt iiPply
• ' •-• J.J.TLVDR, • I:
General Agent, Harrisburg. •
Geleot,_,Oohoola for „Boys and Girls
PRONT:I3 ; IILICET ABOVE LOCUST: 'I;
LL &hool for boys, will open on the first lionfhty-in:
Mlper. rnv. room is . loptilstocl v ßomtbrt , 44lY
A T'O4l; ind tidnif rn r
siod sdipptiii r school
hitadintati: School for Oria, tocntni n ,
signe,Po4lll4, will 90 fog WI Fait Wilk $4 , the same
149* TRO - 1004 pan,tlsty:tt4e . , 541,,t9 Foul,
lid health 10:1 tt SU if
•' • I' i.
......, ~..., t ,
cqt (tit gra gi:
Nirord Leban9n 09w;LtY.
Grind Military Demonstration-I(4q t Prese4atton
to the - Nineta-Miid 16ginsent—Siteecheit of lopv.l
Ourtinand Col. Meanoter.
correspondence of the'Teleknsph.]
Biatetzbti; Nov. B, 1841
This was a gala day in Lebanon- a day long
to be remembeted*thepeople of this vi '
as the octsisanfitheoceseritation of a ,' b
f i l
Gov. Curtin , to...the Ninety-Third Pennsyl
regiment, offlimanded by Col. J. M. McCaTtera
The Governor'etid'party, consisting of Quarter
master-GeneraT-Hale; 'ooiirtniestify General' Ii
; win, General' W. H.' Kohn,' :Lient -- Ctil.'''John
Parker and a number of-noted vests - from dif:
.:fereht, parte of-the State, weree - furnished
o w t i m t --
,special ear nii the Lebanon' ValleY'Rehr
The day wee' betuititnl,''and an '11Our'll; Fide
brought the party,ln their destination. Argthmi
of, hotror,accompapied Iry ; a, fine ,brass band re
' deved 'the Gtlciernor andhis party at the.ba
non Valley Motel, where Col. McCarter and tut.
Col. IdlilsOff' Were livraithig the commander
in,Chief.\• After efewanoments delay the clov
. ernor and suite proceeded- to the cainp;;:groend •
, which is but a short distance from. the' det.
Tha Governor rode i*lth Levi 'Kline; ,
whose splendidequipitge Was tendered for e
F t i
occasion, attendedhy hsi suite, part of whom
'Were eii.lioniebaek. On the Oturip,grounti, the
' sceiti'OY Lebanon andthesurroundiog.Treldia
trlits,'Weredrawn up in a Solid body in front
of the'Stand: ' We venture nothing in asserting
that a finer body of troops can be found nowhere
in the Ofintry. All of them were, sturdy,
stalwart:Men ; and some of the, companies were
' coniOse d entirely Of men
_above the medium
height. Around ' them were gathered the wivd3
and mothers and daughters of Warm* gazing
with tearful' Pride uPon the brave men who
stood before' them, about to leave their pleas
ant valley homes , to fight the battles of th eir'
' country against wicked "traitors who'would de
' stray that cotintryand upset its Constitutinn
and its laws . '• The Officers of the regiment,
- heeded by that,' veteran of the Mexican war,
Col.' John Sohnson ' a true - and brave son of old
Westmoreland; stood in front of their - moll, and
`Col. McCarter introduced the Chief 'Magistrate
and - COMiettirder-in-Chief.
Governor Ourtm's address was most elo-
Rhellt - and"patribtic. 'His appearance' there,
With ' tlat 'banner; was ''the signal ' that the
prePatt' ituns Were now,eter, arid that the time
for departrife ailtheixtrations had: tirifreil.'; They
were about to leave- their State, their friends,"
arid,. their....familit3i3,, and. the= occasion was, a
agleam ,one.„: -,As Qhe-had,passed along, the road
*tilee.,:,„morning e trahadheen reminded by an
.•4 1 d, Ono* of the. comlition of ••Ala nommunitY
one-tullidrediieuliiffijussra:ainea. Then it. as
,Ps itAiftruel'ehytetlitat,peopla wise in;conatailt
. danger freer savage:.enemies. ; Now they w4e
prosperousandliaPPYl Protected by a beneficent
„tovettilefuti,-.. ;Vary should: there now he war !
There was no jest,eause, lt was the work of
traitors arid of wicked men which had , brought
:it epon'the country 1 ' ' ' ' ` • '
' ;•'• 1 VbelloyeliState tif'•Pentisyllfarda - had done,
II:mob - far:the Union .: She'hidriever beehlack-
Ward in defendingthe Carsititutian and enforcl
"iing'thit laws. ' In Pennsylvania the Declanition
"'lndependence ''wait made ; in Pennitylvania
the Conthien6reongrees ;held its sessions,rti4l
in sight of the DelaWaro opposite PhiladelPhra
the Staraand Stripes were fi rst imfarled.- Li 41
the struggles of the country Pennsylvania had
• been ; foremotit:l ' WhO' 'would :have 'sapptecid
seventy-three 'years ago that liberty and a free
fkavenfineitt would now have been threatened?
But- this rebellion mast be put down; this Union
ilrnialiapieserved, and ' the "Constittition must
:be. uathed in the blood of the wieked. It Was
haufliiiithellfto sever from their 'friends and
their families, but it was' - 'a duty' - Whic h they
'„OwedtOtheir country arid their State. Penn
: Olvania Would. vindicate her rights in the blood
of the Wicket!. '"'ln 'obedience to law there were
~ : .thirty=font elm upon' that banner, representing
:thirty-four States, 'coVered by the power of the
I Constituridnii , Thietheenibleni of our nations)
,' honor,. and to their hands. and those that went
with them 'it:witi committed, to vindicate the
iSkt. .5. , ...,2—,-, ~ • ~,.. : , •: . i
Interim cP4, itcaßter who. 41 left the
, . gittrded ;on. , sword to fight the bat,
es,Or the; ,Lprd in,. fighting for his country,
' dui : 4o; Cur pal said, yen, lute* .na pledge sir,
iS. the.qqfvfMester you hive served before in
1 4 , fIng_.x0.1 . sacred galling to ,V ind icate At
tights of your country. ' '"'The Drvinelifa l ilter yen
;have' r userired,'. yon ' can still serve.. Watch .ove r
~ . . , ...
' i tYlaP men, take a.oi . of their comfort and health ;
, protect them, bring them back with: honor .to
their State or don't come back at all. He ask' ea " I ?TeeilPS 0.4 041 4 0 ?41P 1 kiftnent;.•,l ,
And; 'now, whek:the, hand of ` the trai t o rs
would tear down 'the m
,p_i:t*Ction and subvert
the goveriiiiiiiitc -mot in the field for lib-i
..eity, and , the' 1 13nion,,'iirtiit PerinVlVaiiii. - Al
ready seventy4Warngiteetita Were in the' 'field
out of the `Mae; arid? - nine Mara were under
imarohh2gkirderisiandlli,', .; ,di "Ititill were ia
~ co r n toreatly.to
,marek in A, 6 ',garde:43'9f theig
' i JO/Et...receiving zthe iihigi , and in-reply to HIS
.miteellataly,:Col: McCarter said *it himself and
!comrades wOuld'heglid tb serve their God and
their 'country, under. Mich
.st iiiinier. They felt!
. that theywere serving GOdlie heriing the Union.;
You sir, hetairt-areiths—vepresentative Goverj
,nor: of the Banner, tate of the loyal:States of
:the • Union.. It was a dark end-perilous hour
tfor the, ship of ~State ; its sails might be. rent'
liad its sparaspiintered by the tertipeek but the
Siovernment,.would starultamt be forever watch
:fill for'thninterestaof its children,: .They took
fhb/logos the; gift lof ~ their mother State, to
live mLder, .to march-imderi tbfight under, and
if needs, be, to die under, but they would never
desert it, ,- - • ,
The officers advanced, and Col. McCarter
placed the.fLarfustinAke•-hands of Lieut. Col.
Johnson, whp had fought. under ite-folds from
P.uebla..tofhiesziod.. Arach:and all pledged theiii
selvewto.esistain it: .ISmaithen passed to the
color bearer,who took his*positioh in• the centre
of the,reginent, when the- flag was enthusias
tic:4ly. 'cheered by *the. soldiers and Citizens
. After the flag , piesentation, the regiment was
reviewed by...theMovernor taut went thrbug,li
the regimental evolutions admirably, Showing
a high degree of djoelpline. 0 a °
...•,•,_ ' • : • ,
. ‘V vell t l ea• GAY:lul besexiltiip4 will
( 521. 3 FPM. pat, , United.- gs:i' the gev
. 00... , ......., '- States ,shell. arm;
3 9, 1 ,19. 1 0 .1 - 47:14 14.. ' 4 and:
,_ _ 4 4 Zmayotolantaardhein
. secure ini of teigkft-1/01:-,thes,pleige
federal troops, and eallityblrtierboising?oneY.
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7 y; , 214.•1:' 1 . :: ; - .7 ,
I)( 6 , p i- i ..: i , ai I
4i.....3 . i i
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7, l *W •
Froiir the Lower Potomac.
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. 4411 : 4 A t kA l gt § NURIN Cf.-POINT
Escape of the tilthbeliftettat ;Page.
1 -ft , " .14 tLit
His Receptl,oo, of. i t p h anther, of,
likOiaiinfire • lice C,oinnittie
tit PECTS A 1110,11fiViANDIONORABLE
PEACE WI FHIN, ;FEW MONTHS,
• - -Nsw Yosx,
special.Walthington .dispatch says that di
:patches received from Commodore Craven, state
that the,rebelaatand belowSliipping Point are
on the.moveowpwently going -south.
The steamboat Page.hari got out of Quantico
Creek, and ie creeping, alongthe short) down the
Gen Scott receiv;si the Chamber of COI:11-
merce ,Beferum Committee to-day.
He spoke highly of the President and Generals
McClelland and Halleck saying that under the
command of the taro latter and their Brigadiers,
he had no doubt that ou armies would be led
to Victory, and no don,* that they would
achieve an honorable ppa et within , a few months
Later Froth Wasilingtoh.
me Landing off' the Fleet ai BeadOA
liVkamciros,' Nov. 8
—lnquiries ; Inadeto-dat, in official 43naiters,
tend.to:contitmthe. lottbliehed statenient that
thp ,fleei-has laud at Beatifort, • South ,
Twenty, additional 4 bodied L of the soldiers ,
droJened at- Edifaldbt oFerry; ha' lie 'been re-'
4' • /
letter has beer( , reoeived-heret -tfoin Sentt
•toriGreetuoablifissomtip statilog that' 'it itr*:
tally.untrneVtat sympathy with' the
, Boon; of tMr Foorkli , Pennsihrsiniti
,olgigkertt wad privataJaeksoo Criswell, of 'tlie
.VeY.Ot4th...are'Alead. 1.1 3
Pommodore,Paradingi' te-stified to:day -hefere
the ,Naval Committee, the'. matter the
,teirfaUg,uf the. Norfolk Navy Yea, - -
learn officially: today that the
origin 4 destination of the fleet Airas Port Poyal i ,
S. ,0„, where it tiksupposed.to have landed, un
htee tlkc. o .9Uireanding..officer has. thought proper
to go spmewlaere else, as he was allowed to dri,
in, case hethought he could net enter there:
, .paptaiiilloPhersonof General hiciCalPs•staff
will to-morrow publish a statement relative to
the Tecpnnoismuice oi,GeneraL McOall's division
:towards leeshurg., ou the day before the battle
. of „Begs Bluff, •ifis object,ielia,iaorrect the
_impressions :caursed bythe numerous
mhkstatements reflecting/0m the division.
THE' E EsT;
The News Rooming Yt Exaggerateaj
• . • _ a
' tam:aims, I , Tov.
Tile getltlemanoeike:bame to Old Pouit frol]d,
Norfolk' the' flag of .truce, says that
brotight all ilattla regard to, qui
fleet tlietstoilei c agat attributed t„:4
ate fa'se. ' y,.'
All he' kritiws 1s that a. i*fidell 13141 „been re
calved •froin Norfolk stati4 that one oi,nnr
O F. 7.M.,1 Igr€943TlF 1 gr€943TIF ?PA Two .vessels`
erl 441 4,
,Ilti44.4 o :hAYOW4, l vrecOrod on the
; 1 i9,449.kr°P441cWt --0 . OAP 04011,.the Other;
9/9/1 : 8 9X€R440 2 Mllitigalere vdgelakeni
4.a01 . fiftee4 AMA! were saved , , freiti
the,l:l l #PP:;. .40 1 41/444:4 the: prate :generally'
will not ulajze im YesPclplibit for , , mar state;
r. , ,
Ait" Vent .ro A'fittitoitEr Psnrii,—The St.
,Lotig Repuldietat.statold 'thaV about four 'Weeks
smog a kring man about twenty ,yeara • of age ,
of Rrepagessuw apitearance„npplied, at
the kaiak houses in that eity,for lodgings. He
told his stbrY to the OfficOrii;' aiid hat since been
aninmate.oUthe.station house , .being too Tim.'
to.provide sustenance or. a home for himself. ,
The R.e//ibhcao E.44Ye • ,
not s6ttled MIMI" as to what
throne be is entitled-uonn or Vivo, however=
either the English thyme ; or the throne ofbne
t(t.f,419. - ,141 1 tr ,t GkerAugdo - =fedora
-* w ' w Ui t ib rg r a w ar e thR fact, that:
e iris heir to rng* dottier of iliesethromis,,
in the town. of , Milwaukee;• ' 1 - 1 6 was
there, employed:mks; compo . sitorl 'upon a news
rE, and one flap w hile ; i n the . perfe•rmance
'f, '• duties, the actrwasmade.hlAwn,!tohim,
He'inimediateli Wade bti n titis city in. search of a
young lady ,!naliiett McKenna, *llan; he hie
neyet : seery tnt.whom heliii.tiestined :to marry,
(that being,oge of,,the neceqB4l3:z.bietclentnis in
the ginnctinograinme of his, expectations,/
and4ullittion as the marriage ilt,C6ilsnmniat i nti he
will oome . into . poeee s siba • bfl.liiYi thMrte.'' His
' o o,lo l ,o4„Mißril IlahiFerreiliibutbePowl Pell by:
itleaire I : B 9 ll thYfig - 4 ,971) !PPz1 *Mink:
' i t& 'elm can get Ifirouglk e chrysalis
state thitPetiltrgig - treffsr. ha s'
beemseedichinklxinsiintlyiforithe bride; *hb 19f
)442n...14P.1.Ateet.51101. Aioloyalvtliforte 45ie,
tles l it.y.%l .
bl i e=over
. AftarricsS!iii fn. Vil3 I
come in possession of his just rights.
than tinting Oft,.
having procured Steam Power Presses, we are prepar
ed to emmute 308 6Ad BOOK PRINTING of every deecrlp.
don. ebeaper than dt one b. dome at any other establish
ment in thecountry. •
Aar Four hoes or loss °Destitute onehtlfequare. ihght
lineA or more thau for constitute a square
Half l'quare, one day
• sue month... .
• 'six mouths_
44 one year......
One Square, one day
a one month...,
three mouths ,
Six menthe .
• One year
sir Business notices inserted in the Local Cahoon, or
before Marriges and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER LINE for
each insertion. ' '
Aar Marrigto and Deaths to , be charked as repair ad
70 T!irm ,11 1 8 - '
"I am at your orders, sire," and the Lieute
nant of Police bowed. M. Bertia de Bellisle
Was far too honest a man to do as most of his
predecessors would have done—used the dis
covery, and kept all the credit to themselves.
have, brought this oung man w ith me,
ski," continued Batiste • '' he is in t he Fumed
mom, contused and alarmed at being m his
much the better," mid the King; " it. is
.at least an honest occupation. Bring him in,
Monsieur de &Male ; will receive hjm. bet.
vet-than would a couruer:
•Itertin de &Miele went out, and tetnrned
leasling the !renew by the hand. , Jean , Provost
bold, stout fellow though , he was—tounbled,
held his head, and turned and twisted his
eaP iri his hands, quite unaware that he was
palling it! to pieces. '
".Emop4le i your King, criedtouis XV. with a
fallingy lirstreward ."
salit orrhis knees ;
ask ne reward but•the hang tit having Bawd
Weedhither," and the Sing seised him and
Wee'. him on`both cheeks. ,
"" "I unwinthi Bah honor."
NWhht din do kw you?" kilted Unlit, who
was o :44Pable of good emotions,
" I asked, uothing,
"Bat I' insist. Whatever you may ,ask you
"If your Majesty could give me Paulinp,"
whispered Jean Provost,
"0, 0," laughed Louis 'Sy., who was now
once more him Self again "a love affair. Come,
the frotteur shall sup tonight with the King,
whose life he has saved, and tell his story.—
Bellisle, sent a coach for him in the morning,
or naLer come yourself. I will give you fur
ther instructions about this matter. But si
lenceony friend, not a word."
The Lieutenant of Police retired, and Louis
X.V., who was always delighted with novelty
ana an une:rpected amusement, took thefrotteur
just ashe'vnis, to the ' Triannon, whine he was
to sup with Madame de Pompadour; and there,
in the presence of the court favorites, made him
tell his story, which Jean did with a naivete
truth' and sincerity which deeply interested the
King, used wholly hianother atmosphere. Next
morning Louis, after shaking Jean warmly by
the limid and holding a private conference with
"You 'shall have a house in the park, my
friend,.near the Triannon. You shall be hono
rary head gardner, with a hundred lonia a
mouth for , your salary, and every morning you
shall bring me a bouquet. I shall thus never
forget you, nor the cause which compels my
everlasting gratitude." -
Next.morning at an early hour, before the
business of the day commenced, and while a
Porter was' taking ' down the shutters of the
shop, M. Boulard called his Wife and Pauline
in his little office. The good man's air was
gniv,e arida Ude annoyed. He had gone out
the p revious evening, and returned at a late
hour: Pauline bad long since retired to rest,
but M.I Boulard hid held along conference With
ids _wile,. The exoclient• citizen spoke 'with
animation,' and not without a, llttle anger, 'hut
&Lapp:ailed down before the soothing of hips*.
Beildes," said he triumphantly, "she can
neirer'llesitate. Bali! prefer a wistelied /renew
to.a substantial citizen—never."
`` Renline,".ibegan Boulard in thehritorn
," I have to speak seriously to you. It
seems your marriage must be decided on at
once, since high people have 'troubled them
selves about it. • But that I have spokentnyself
with, the Minister 9.f Police--I should 'think—
never mind ;I am not a fool. But - of course I
should be' wrong. Well, Pauline, you must
this morning decide: Two lovers are at your
feet = Alexis and, yon will .never believe it,
Jean .Provost, the fret/ear I Isn't it ridiculous?"
" Dear father, excuse poor Jean," stammered
know, you would forgive child.
But now, you , must decide freely, of your min
will, between them. . We have our wishes ; but
this is hothiug; we leave you unl:dased Speak
out like a good little girl, and Speak frankly.'
.”But,my dear father, I have no with toniarry:"
child, you must, ..You sballknow the
'reason at , another time. So . . now,: you
miiatipeak . Out. Whois,it tobe-AlexusorJean?"
"litiust"l speak now?" Said Pauline; bliihing.
, Yes, child," said kladanio Boulard, , '• it is
absolutely necessary. 7. ,
dear papa and dear nnuna, 4is all
the nine to you,
‘! Iknew it l" cried the delightfrci Boulard.
`,! Very well ; : And
Piuline, buried her pretty, blushing,. pouting
bite in *her hands'.
The perfumer looked tiChis, re his wife at
him, and botkeried, never con d thought
1 :saidltfadame Boulard, resignedly,
perhaps it ~s ifor the.best."
"`Perhaps ; ' : replied Boulard, with, a melan
choly shake et the - he:ea. 4 4:); Woman, woman!
A. , knock came to the - diior, arid then . Jean
flergit.antered, • so well dreesed;' , so 'tom*
h IqP2Tb Aanilsollie, that.tastarted,
am come to know my fate," . erbsd he;
bit the rogii6 had the last w ords' of the
old couple through the'halt open 'door. " 11
9She , iB•• yours," cried M. BOulahl, - with
sig4.;,4lhougb. what . a poor- frefteur torthiatit
with such a w - 40 is.more than I can i hnagine.".
not a, poor fretleur "said Jeaft.ifovost;
"I am honorary 'heed gal -limier -. Of the royal
garden. of .Versailles,. with 4 • inindred• louts of
a monthly income, and a houSe large enough 40 ,
had'ui all, if you will colne and live with.us%
and sell'your business. 'Tbat you may underi
stand-my sudden' rise; I inky tell you my new
,Parents -,- but never. repeat it,—that hate'
luckily saved the King from the attempt -.of aw
'obscure assassin, and that Louis XV. has shown
his gratitude to the froaeur."
The - Young man smiled ; he hid neys
called 'Monsieur betore. • •
":Mon Jean, here de my hand:. 'NU icript
6,ndd are very gladi since Pauline Wes you. ' Ii
ipas for her sake that .h.e4.4 4 4. , Thew,
take and may Yoh both he as happy, as we
have beak ;" and thtrold man liii*ed affection
04z at his wife, and atthe young couidi3r, Who
hedscaroelyaooked,at ime.another.', ; .
• They, yve,ro mar ri ed; and they were happy.—
They went, down to Versailles. to Jive in the
house the king gave them and lived there long ,
OterLouht X.V.iti death; the 'place Nine kept ,
for them by Louis XVL Ajmer beosine gardener
in reality ;._and for-the-eleven years that the
KiT9I liVetggs.pever wanted a -taxi-het of some
kind at ate Norm of Vsspigeft b giad far more
Wolitigrttd;l'hopeveCibrgOt. the I tction of the ,
il)reAloalf At bis , deldh theitetWertikiet Who shedenuine team, and cast many a garland on the /
tomb—and these were Jean Provost and Pau
line his wife.
RA 1 Ik4 AINKIVIINNO
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