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A fiRISBURG, PA
Tuesday Morning, November
A Basra in the army, celebrated for his ex
cellent bread, gives the following receipe for
waking yeast' Boil one lb. of flour, one
fourth lb. of brown sugar and a little salt, .in
t w o gallons of water for one hour. When milk
warm bottle and cork it close. It will be
ready for use in twe~ ntyour hours.
As EINOINSSU Coml.—lt is understood that
General Banks has signified to Governor Curtin;
of Pennsylvania , his approval of the plan to
ral,e an engineer corps under Captain Chills,
and requesting his co operation in the' matter.
The plan has also been approved by General
bleClellan and General Alexander, the chief of
he Engineer Department.
WS AGAIN cellattention to the advertise
ment beaded Old Books, Letters, &0., as they
are wanted for a patrio ic purpose. We hope
that any of our readers who have a collection of
such old matter and are willing to dispose of
the sae at a high price, will immediately ad
dress a line to dr. R. Spring, at the Post Office
of this city. o.
Swam PRINTERS are abundant in the Feder
al array. Several newspapershave been started
a t points in the enemy's country, of which our
troops hove taken possession, and the !last spec •
ituen is the Zjuave Gazette, published by the
Nineteenth Illinois Volunteers at Elizabeth
town, Kentucky. The rebels were driven pell
mell out of that city the other day, and the
Illinois boys made a decent upon a secession
newspaper office, tipped over the rebellious ar
ticles, purged the concern of treason, and sent
out the Gazette. The editors are Wm. B. Red
field, of the Chicago Journal, who accompanies
the Nineteenth as a correspondent, and Lieut.
L Bridges. Sii soldiers, among whom is W.
J. Renege, a Philadelphia typo, are the com
A BRAVO BOY.—On almost every vessel after
the fight at Beaufort, the men were called aft
and publicly thanked by their respective Cap
tains. On the ship Bienville, particular men
tion was made and special thanks ret lined, in
presence of the ship's company, to William
Henry Steele, a boy not fourteen years old,
who conducted himself with distinguished
bravery. He is a powder-boy, and not only
never flinched or dodged a shot, but when two
men were killed at his gun he did not turn pale
or cease for an instant his duties, but handed
the cartride he had in his hand to the gunner,
stepped carefully over the bodies, and hastened
below for more ammunition. Young Steele
cannot fail to make such a sailor as his country
will yet be very proud of.
Poues—Before Me Mayor.—Two soldiers, one
belonging to Capt. Gaylor's company and the
other to Capt. Lapsley's company were arraign
ed for threatening Mr. F. P. Haehnlen. The
matter was amicably adjusted.
John Mitchell and Sol. Ilochernian were ar
raigned for lying around loose at an unreason
able hour last Saturday night, Mitchell's head
was in a shocking bad condition, the I result of
several severe cuts, which bled profuiely. Moth
erwell was discharged and Mitchell sent to
Denis Carter—a "bould soger boy" from one
of the camps was up for drunkenness. Put
under marching orders for camp.
Jacob Carpenter and David Lessig—both
"drunks"—were each fined $l, which they paid
end were discharged.
Caroline Boon was up for drunkenness. She
was only bailed out of prison last Saturday
morning, where she had been put for keeping a
disorderly house. Sent back to prison.
&vim liffirratr. , —Our cotemporary of the
Lancaster Express says that this is certainly a
very delicate matter, yet as ordinary rules are
modified by the exigencies of war, ladies need
have no compunction now in " giving the mit
ten," and a pair of them at that. This cold
morning with its biting air, reminds ns of our
soldiers, who perhaps were last night on picket
duty, and obliged with hands stiff with cold.
to carry their iron weapon through all the long
hours of night, The gift of a pair of good
vrarmmittena would be a generous present to
our faithful soldiers A regular army officer
suggests that woolen mittens are best, and
should be knit with one finger, so as to allow
the separate use of the forefinger and thumb.
The Crimean war is said to have shown a great
amount of suffering from frost bitten
The yarn should be of the beat kind of Wool.
Half a million pairs of mittens are wanted.
What family fireside circle in city or country
will delay In contributing a quota for this hu
mane and patriotic purpose
Tull:barony or Her Courstms.—ln the sum
of 1798, a young man connected with the thea
tre at Philadelphia as a singer, was about to
receive a benefit on a certain Monday evening.
Oa the Saturday afternoon previous he nailed
on Joseph Hopkins, a rising young lawyer,
tweety.eight years of age, with whom he had
gone to school when both were bays. The actor
tail he had but twenty boxes taken, and hie
"benefit" would be a loss unless he could get a.
Patriotic Bong written to the. "President's .
Zech," then a popular air. The poets of the
theatrical corps had tried their hand, but were
tatidied that no words could be made to suit
that air. Hopkins promised to make the at- .
te mpt. At that time there was a great discus
sion in the country as to the policy of America
joining either France or England in the war
t hen Waged between those two nations, and
Party spirit ran very high. Hopkins endeav-
N to write a song that should be independent
q and above the interests, passion and policy
0 both belligerents, and look and feel exclu l
for American honor and rights. He wrote
C olumbia. It was announced on Monday
tin k ti ll4 ng, and the theatre was crowded to excess,
boat eontinted during the season, the qf
!leag encored and repeated many times' eadh
, the audience joining in the clacwas, 1.4
7 84 she sung at nights, in the etrecte, 14/arg4
~rnbliee of citizens, inclediug Medi
wn glelP4) and has now become a national song.
Bra APPLE.-Mr. Jonathan Spayd, of Jefferson
township, this county, laid upon our desk yes
terday an apple raised this fall upon his farhi,
which measured fourteen inches in circumference,
and weighed eighken ounces,
sammut November term of. Court com
menced in our city yesterday: The morn
ing session was principally devoted to the re
ception of the constables returns, calling the
list of Jurors, and the delivery of the Judge's
charge to the grand Jury. The trial of prison
ers commenced yesterday afternoon; but no cases
were disposed of at the time of closing out re
Liteurtani.—Last Friday some rascal threw
a stone into one , of the windows of the Old
12chOollresbyterian church fronting on Third
'street, and broke two or three panes of the
costly, stained , glass , of._ that, establishment.
New glees was put in on Saturday by Mr.
Cruickshank, and yesterday one of these was
discovered to be shattered, which leads to the
belief that the act was dor e maliciously. We
understand that the Trustees are about offericg
a reward for the discovery of the perpetrators.
Am ENITATWAL CURB ran. rae Esa AOHg.—
Take a sumll piece of cotton ,batting, cotton
wool, make a depression in the centre with the
end .of the finger, and fill it with as mph ground
pepper as will rest on a live cent Diece, gather
it into a ball and tie it up, dip the ball into
sweet oil and insert it in the ear, covering the
latter with cotton wool, and use a bandage or
tap to, retain it in its place. Almost instant re
lief Will be experienced, and the application is
'so gentle that an infant will not be injured by
it, brit experience relief as well as adults.
"Cuirass Bacirs.",-These delicious species of
.the wild duck are said to be unusually plenty
this season 'on the lower Susquehanna and
•Chesapeake Bay, and hundreds are daily bagged
.by sportsmen who flock thither trim all sec
tions of the country. Our townsman, Mr.
Samuel Knox, is the owner of a "shooting box"
in that region, and has just returned home with
At bountiful supply of the acquatic game, a late
portion of which he has distributed among his
personal friends, including, of course, "ye
local" of the 'ramutera, for which we tender
'him our thanks.
PROPOsAin ?a But Cante.--The proposals
for supplying the Government with beef cattle
:on the hoof were opened at Washington
Jest Fridays Three lots of cattle were called
,by an advertisement of four thousand each,
to be delivered by the 30th of November,
or as soon after as Government directs at
Harrisburg, Washington, Chambersburg or
York. The Harrisburg lot bids ranged from
$8 89 to s6—s3 55 was the lowest sum sent
in. Twenty bids were below $4.
Washington bids vatied from $8 80 to $5 01,
and only three bidders were below $4 00. The
lowest prices which bidders sent in were $8 70
and $3 90. Those delivered at Chambersburg
or York ran from $3 25 to $4 95, the lowest,
bid responding $8 88. In one instance a bidder
offered to deliver cattleat Washington at $3 87,
but wanted $6 00 to deliver them at Harrisburg.
Tam Lux Chuor.--This' yenc 1:
often entirely overlooked. Multitudes offarm
ars have yet to gather the first leaf harvest.
Gardeners very generally appreciate the Value
of this article, and where it is accessitdesit en
ters into their moat valuable composts. Most :
farmers are so situated that they can gather ,
leaves in large quantities,. and would readily dol
it, if they knew how well it would pay. Chem
ical analysis shows that the leaves of plants are,
rich in fertilizing matter, much richer than the
wood. Eleven per cent. of the leaves of the
elm are ashes, while the woos only gives two
per cent. Other trees show a still greater dif
ference. The constant growth of forests, even
upon poor land, is doubtless owing to the an
nual deposit of leaves upon the outface of% the
earth. These, having drawn fertilizing matter
from the subsoil through the roots, deposit on
the surface, where it is available. Every one
has noticed the rank grOvitti Of grass where
leaves have been burned or permitted to decay.
They are valuable to the farmer as bedding be
fore they go into the compost heap. Nothing
is better for the sty or stable than a good leaf
bed. The time of rustling leaves has come in,
the garden, upon.the lawn, in the orchard, and
in the forest. Let them be gathered as the last
of the harvest.
Tam YOUNG nes with the billions complexion
and scanty moustache, whose occupation since
attaining his majority has consisted chiefly
standing 'oh one leg at a bar-room door puffmg
a foircent cigar-occaaionally varied by standing
on the other leg at another bar-room, door and
aiding the digestion of his brandy and water by
the. mild influence of the seductive Cornish
has suddenly disappered. We all know that
youth , . He is a type`of his claw, and it would
be mere superfluity to localize him. Well he
is gone. We ancient haunts know him no more.
He pours no more libations on the ishrine of ,
Dichisi.. The mustache is seen, no mere, and
the four cent weed no longer distiii its va
pours. The last we saw of him he warin close
confab with a recruiting Seaxgeant. Recently,
however, happening to be at Camp Cameron
we recognised a familiar face, which rose before
our astonished vision like the armed head in
Macbeth. The head was surmounted by a
pyramidal mass of shinning oil-cloth, while his
other garments were extremely, excessively,
frantically military. But though he had suffer
ed a sea change into something rich and strange
we knew, him—despite all foreign integuments
we knew him--it was the billious youth of our
hotel steps. He looked better, manlier, for the
transmogrification. He was doing. something
for his country, and he knew it, and the con
sciousness sparkled in his eye, made hie mons
' t ache sprout, nerved, his dexter member, and
Pervaded even his cerulian hued legs.—
Listless loafer, who still remain'et inglorious
while Uncle Sam summons thee to the field,
go thou and do likewise 1 And if, perchance,
the spirit of curiosity still lingers in thy bosom
- 7thaonly spirit that survives there mayhap,
tlimigi' liese Ar tot e lp e t: t e r toti act closely eillthytoiPerw—hoaumdwperlinupdtße
in tlis lAttle'lietCh we fitlyonto answer as
1 AT/01--- 'Thou art thesnanr
er &graph, attlesitap Morning, November 19,1661.
Pawls To Surr Tna Taizs.—A large assort
ment of gents' shirts 75c and upwards ; also,
bosoms 12ic and upwards ; gents' collars 227jc
and upwards, (all the real Irish linen ;) also,
gents' jackets, all wool, $1 00 and upwards ;
undershirts, drawers and over-ails 45c and up
wards ; a large lot of gents' woolen and lambs
wool hose 124 c and upwards ; cotton hose 10c
and upwards ; the real mazenter ties, scarfs,
&c., just received, 18c and upwards, (all silk.)
A general assortment of gents' furnishing goods
on hand ; also ladies' collars in great variety 8c
and upwards, at the Haaarsauxa CHEAP SHIRT
Maxureorosy, No. 12 Market street, next door
Arrazirr OF Dammam —.Wyk hand Proceedings
of a city Policeman.-A short time ago a lieutenant
of one of the Pennsylvania. Volunteer compan
ies stationed with the army on the Potomac,
arrived in this city in search of two deserters
named John Walls and Edward Cronister. Af
ter a Conference with the police authorities, he
secured the services of officer Campbell, and
went to Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county,
where they succeeded ifi arresting John Walls,
a notice of which appeared in the . TELEGRAPH
at the time. Walls was brought to this city and
confined in the Lock-up. The lieutenant
then proceeded to Danville, leaving word with
officer Campbell, that he would return to this
city, either on the following Saturday or Sun
night, and - Mho the deserters on to Wash
ington. Thenext day officer Campbell succeed
ed in arresting the other deserter, Cronster,
and placed him also in the lock-up to await the
return of his commanding offiter. Thui matters
stood until last night, when the lieutenant
returned from Danville, and after paying officer
Campbell for his services, and the expense of
keeping the deserters in the lock-up, he was met
by officer Rad ibaugh, in full regimentals, who
refused to deliver over the prisoners until he re
ceived the sum of twenty-five dollars I This
the lieutenant, of course, refused to pay,
asserting that he bad already settled for the
capture of the deserters, and the expense of
keeping them in the lock-up, and would pay no
more. The Chief replied that he would take
the deserters to Washington himself, and left
with the view of making his arrangements to go
to that city in the train leaving at 8.20 o'clock
yesterday morning. The lieutenant, with officer
Campbell, then repaired to the residence of the
Mayor, whom they aroused from his slumbers
and made acqbaintedwith the position of affairs,
when his honor at once wrote a note directing
that the deserters should be givenup to the mili
tary officer. This was taken tooftic' er Radabaugh,
who still, however, persisted in his refusal to sur
render the prisoners, who by this time he
had hand-cuffed, and was about proceeding with
them to the depot to await the departureof the
I train. The lieutenant with officer Camp-:
bell again repaired to the Mayor's residence,
when hie honor becoming acquainted with the
refusal of his chief officer to recognize his order,
at once dressed himself and proceeded with the
officers to a restaurant near the depot where
they found Radabaugh with the two deserters,
hand-uffed, awaiting the • departure of the.
train to Waahington. The Mayor at once con-'
fronted Radabaugh and demanded to know why
h o l w t aiaregarded his ortrer. The crest-liillen
chief made some incoherent reply, but was quick
ly interrupted by an order from the Mayor to
remove the hand-cuffs from the prisoners, to
which he sullenly complied. The Mayor then'
directed him to surrender his badge of office, to
WWI the Chief responded, " I submit to my
impenor of f icer," and handed over the silver,
" Maltese." The deserters were then placed in'
the custody of the military officer, who left
with them in the morning train for Washington,
after which the Mayor returned to his resi
dence, while the Chief, in all the pomp of gold
laced cap, military coat and pantaloons, was
left alone to mourn over his departed greatness.
We understand that this is not the first time the
ex-Chief has disobeyed the order of the Mayor,
and upon one or two occasions was detected in
assuming extra official jurisdictions, which was
severely commented upon by the press at the
time, and which caused hill temporary suspen
SaNroan's CHAIM:NOM EiNATENS—To set in
Brick, Portable or as Fireplace Heaters. The
most power ful Beaters known for warming Dwell
ings, Churches, Schools, tec. Send to Daum GIL-
B&RT, agent at Harrisburg, for a full discription
and an unparalleled mass of testimony.
TER Cosmopourn parlor coal stove with radi
ating ventilator and gas burning attachment, intro
duced one year ago, already ranks as the leading
stove for Parlors, Sitting Hooms and all places
where a soft pleasant heat is desired; together
with a large assortment of other parlor and
cooking stoves of the best patterns to be had at
the store and tinware tstablishment of LYMAN
Guam, Market street. tf.
Cons Baca STEPHIN.—Two of the great Con
tributors to southern rebellion 'find treason,
have been captured on the high seas in making
their way to England, for the purpose of sowing
discord and corruption in that country towards
the United States. This is an important cap
ture, (as they are no common sinners,) and
.their crimes call for special punishment. Not
only does the laws demand it, but the widow
and orphan's tears cry to Heaven for vengeance,
in thus speaking of the interest of our beloved
country. Permit us on our own behalf to call
your attention 4,0 a cheap lot of bleached and
unbleached mulles just zecelied from a bank
rupt auction sale very cheap. Urich & Bow
man, corner of Front and Market streets.
FURS, Foxe, Foss.—sl,ooo 'worth of furs re
ceived from New York auction 000 fur capes
ane muffs, from $8 up to $l2, worth double ' • 26
doz. hoop skirts for 60c., 76c. and $1 25 ; 100
cloaks for $2, $2 50, $3 60 up to $lO, very
cheap. A large assortment of traveling bags,
baskets and satchels; 100 pieces of splendid
dark .calioo at 8 and 10 cents a yard—of stock
ings we have a full assortment for ladies, men
and children, woolen and cotton, at 12k, 18 and
20 cents ; 36 large woolen blankets ; 60 pieces
canton flannel, at 1211. cents ; red, yellow and
white . flannel, very cheap ; 60 pieces of white
cuxtin fringes at half price ; beautiful set flow
ers De Lathes, at 22 and 2$ cents ; received a
new lot of shirt breasts; beautiful styles, at S.
Lewy's wholesale and retail dry good store.
Wholesale buyers we would especially invite to
our large stock, to,which we receive additions
most every day from New York auction.
BUTTER (gold, sweet and fresh) in one
Pound d Nab EGOR to, large and small
quantities taken at time. sod onaltsal , Owlet;
I Itinkblymblui """j 1 4 4 , 14
as, 'k CO.
angle Cooke the Omit Rowe.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
JUST Published in a Sealed Envelope ;
Price 6 cts i A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment,
and radical Oure of Spermatorrham or eeminal Weak
ness, Involuntary Kmissions, Sexuel Pebility, and Imped
iments to Marriage generally, Nervousness, Consumption,
EldlePsT and Fite :- Mental and Physical IncapaCity m
ini Mg from self Abuse, ke.—By RUBT J. iIIYLVKR
WELL, M. D., Author of the Greta Book dc. "A Boon
Itiousanas of eufferers " sent under seal, in a pdsin
envelope, to any addr.m, post paid, on receipt oi six
cents, or two postage irtamos. by Dr. CH. J. C. KLINE,
121 Bowery, New York, Post Lace, d 0546136.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE! I
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye 1
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known !
All others are mere hmtstiona, and should be avotded
ifyou wish to escape ri +lours.
Gala RED OR •RUSFY HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beatuttul and natural Brown or BACA, without the least
injury to Heir or Sam.
FISTS:EN M' DAIS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to War. A. SATOSIII.OR sin e 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made t the hair of tne patrons
of bla famous Dye.
Wit. A. BATCHRLOR'S HAIR DYE produces .a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is wanaturran
not to Injure Io the least, however long it tints be booth'
ued, and the ill recta of bad D ••mt remedied. The hair
is Invigorated for life by this soleudid Oye which is prop•
Orly 'apullrd at No, 18 .-oud Street New Yo-k.
.snld i • all the cites +•nd towns the United States, by
Drugalats and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name '+William A Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
Bides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 288 'Broadway, Nair York
IMPORTAN Or TO FSRIA.LES
DR. CllEßS.lirbi AN'S—PILL S
Prepared by Cornelius L Cheeseman, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE combination of ingredients in theee
Nils are the re wt of a long .od extensive practiee
fn-y.aro mild in their operation, and nert.iii in correcting
all irregultriti e.Painful Met.struations. removing all eb•
strut:lions, whether trom cold or otherwise, headache,
P.lO le the id paltdt aim et the heart, whites, all ner
vous aff ctions, hysterire, indent!, pith in the back and
limos, Em., disturbed steep, mach arises from taterrup•
tion of nature.
TO MARRIED i.A DIE?,
Dr Cheetaman?a Pills are invaluable, as tbey wia brio;
on the mobility period with regularity. Ladle+ who have
been disapta Kited m the n. of other Pills can place the
utmost coon leuce i u Dr. Otwaseame's Pdfs doing all Ulu
they represent to do.
There is one emsdition of the female system it widek the
Pills cannot be taken willsout prnistang a PS JULIA e F
RESULT The condition Deferred to is PRBO VANO T
Ike result AlsoA axe GE. Ssseis4 tho irresistib 'it ten.
daisy of the' niaticine: 19 res'ore the sexual Atm:done to
normal 'condition, Mat ecen Ike reproductive power of na
ture =snot roars it
Warranted pur,ly vegetable, and free from anything
InjuriOuts. Exo.icit daemons, which atiou.d be road ac.
corn nny elMh box.' airs $1 Sent by maU oa eoeloa
mg $1 to Da . oItXXLZUS L. Onxnaidaia, non 4081, PO6l
Wilms New York City.
sold by one Druggirt In every tow. lo the United States
It B. IIUrC4INGS,
General Agent for the United Mmes.
14 Broadway, New York,
To whom ail 001g:floosie orders should be addressed.
A CARD , TO THE LADIES
DR. DIIPONOO'S - GOLDEN PIT.Lis
flowage eueerribAng,: mulating, anti remoTtig sI
obstructiobs, from vthativer ease, and I-
Ways suocamitil as • proven.
'IIIIE 8E PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
11 the doutare for many years, both In Prance luio
America,. with unmtnillekid. success in every case ; Ana
be is urged by many thousana ladies who used them, to
mite the Pint Pehlie. for thekallevtidion of thopetsufferini
from any Irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of family wham health wilt nut eeir A nid lt.—
Females particularly Miasmal, or theme anPpotiMg them.
selves eo t ore cautioned against these Pile. while la that
condition as they are stir to prOduce iniscarrliga, and
the proprietor assumes .rip .rmsponsibility. agar thllx admo.
chine, although their mi ldness would - prtnielit lay mit-
Ohlea to health—odicwitie the fljta. are recommended.
Tull and expliell directions accompany each bon. Prior
....30k1. vrboleifililino, remit by 8. &laming,
akinalkax, thilairit.v ikprirocs, Thil4aphia, J i
L. Lmdattniatt , I..labanon," lisansir Cf. Rafteen, 1 - facets:or;
J. A. Wow. Wrightsville ; I. T. Mg.r.n, York • and by
one Unwed be every City and village in the (Mon, and
b , S.
i t Myra, sole propitiator, NOW .York
X. ~-4401 t eel Ibr oonmerfoite: ;Der no oea pule
of any kind unless every ben Is signed 13. D. e. Ai,
tha t .
Others &that base imposition and unsafe; ore, as
you value your lives and health, (to day nothing of ba
ng bitmbugged out at year money): buy only - bf those
who eliew' the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added oe account of the Pills
h.',, maunterteloor . - -141-41-wasvrl v.
FOR SEWING , MACHISES.
JONAS BROOK & BRO'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON.
200 di 530 YDS. WHIIE, BLIICB re COLORED.
'1 1 13.18 thread being made particularly for
tewlug Machines, Is eileY STRONG, smoorm AND
BLOTTO. Ile strength is not impaired by watibleg, nur
by friction or the needle. For Machines, use Brooks'
Patent Glace, •
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent Six Oord, Red Ticket,
!OR UNDER THREAD,
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the °pantry.—
Also, moans or 100 DOZIS mica, assort= Noe, id
WM. isEMMY Shltrd, Sole Agent.
no9•dBm 88 Pettey ttreet, New York.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Board Reduced to $2 per Day.
SINCE the opening of this vast and corn
moinous Hetet, in 1804, it has been the . single en•
deavor'of the propi Imre to mate it the most aumntuous,
convenient and comfdrtable bomb for the duns ano
:Stranger on this asao toe /Alaimo. ;
And .whatever basseemeo inteiy to &di:donne!: .o the
comfort of its gooks they nave Mideavored, without re
gaxii WOW, 10-provide, and to combine all the elements
of individual and social enjitymeat which modirn art
bee invented, add modern ta e approved ; and ills pat
routeo whim' it commanded during Lou past sill years
le a gratifying proof that their enrts have been hppre-
, To meet the exigencies of the lime; when all Fe re
qttvpd to precut:4e the moot rigid economy, the tld. r
Have Reduced the Price of Board to
Two Dollars oar Day, •
ai tho llama abating none of the luxuries with Which
their table has hitherto been supplied.
TRH slilh; , WHITCOMB &CO.
New York, Sept. 2, 1.1031..—aep9-03m*
GILT PB.A.MBS 1 GILT MAIMS!
CARVER AND GILDER,
Looking. Glass aid , Picture Frames,
GUI and Rosewood Mouldings Ac.
43 CHESNUT STREET, NEAR SECOND.
French Mirrors, vquare and Oval Portrait
Frames of every description.
OLD FRODKii IEtE.OILT TO NEW.
SCHEFFEMS 8001( STORE.
• (man my ukuuussuso mows.)
VOTE PAPER, of six different designs,
rs printed in two colors, sold • by the thousand ano
by tbaltaat at City pub Waal.
Alab, - Yraga, Union Breas t . ling, gag* Union Rings
ad Badges at very low Pride& 0111 at
:VINE TOILET t A PS, POMADES, HAIR
POWDCRS, COLOGNKS and EXIRACT3, 01
many styles prices and nutattricturas at HELLSRII
DRUG AND P ANCV pg.
__ ...... .
NEW FLOUR 1
.• , ..500 .uis, ~FA4 4 1,7 131.:,, -
o_ . mixitagunim ' FAMILY, 4,101
.• Toequilityls very stiptiler basins
isibleoled expressly for our reiell trade. gor Bak y
non WY. moos, Jr., 6 00.
FREIGHT 'll#loo,oo 1
MORT 1, QUICK ROUTE
TO AND FROM
Goods Ordered . ..in the
Morning - Returned
•i.: 1 cffZ,tt
Leave New Ycirk at 71 P. 'IL, by the,
Through Ex p. i l ia Tmix4.aulviag:in Harrisburg
WITHOUT ORANGE OF --OARS.
Order Goods marked
'OE4 HOPE gX I: "RAP§ 9°9
General Gies" iiMiSlWW.,..Ngicv York
Branch " 412 .g
For further information enquire of
,GEO. BAB.GNAR, Agen
Hanstsamto, Aug. 1861.-dtf
Black and Second Mourning
DRESS (loops,. &O.
Black and Parble Tam's* Cloth- 0 11k and Wool,
Plain Black Ciameli'Hair Cloth. Ifatra Qtality,
Black and enrol. Bog Velone Rena.
Luolnie Superior Q iality Merinos & Unahnuereg ,
Plan Black Br. B k grey Worsted toolins,
Blar& Smnordiired Baaelineplollas, New t
Pornien.nd'eftalt Viliarnd Matioanrei,
• Lupins Extra 6 4 AU Wonl 'Widnes,
Plain Black Eogli Oblntaat,
Su eerior make of Alpaocaa,
• Very Beet make of Borribazioea,
Black & White All Wool Delaluea,
Turin. filioduh New Atalole,
Second Mourning Chintrav,
Debating, din„ aio., aro.
ECM ASTI= BLACK Eva. RIP. BILKS.
KITPARIOR BLACK AmD WHITS MOLIKAING
. do FacarieAdu Fiume do do
• • .
A great many additions of new and desirable
articles in the DBIIBBO4IOOB LlNEare made daily.
Jong 16 4 17.4 Thibhet Shawls,'
Square do do
do and Long French Blanket Shawls, '
Neat & Broken Brdi do" do
English crap Veils, (every Biz%)
New Style Crepe Velle (very desirable) ,
do Grenadine do do
Shrouding Flannels and Cashmeres,
do Par/ mottos and Coburg.,
Blank Ganntletts and Gloves,,
Grey Mixed Gauntletts and Gloves,
Black Bordered Henekerahleta (all 1(.1124)
Silk and Ootton Hollery, (blast,)
2d Mourning Collars and dleeves,
- Balmoral Melina, (anittble'for mourding.)
Our stock of "ALL 4 30033,0 F Tali Kt 41j" is
now complete and we would respeoLtully ask the
Inspection of buyers.
OATEIOART k BROTEISR,
nog Next door to Me agllsburg Rani.
DB. T. J. MILES;
(AFTERS his'eerviees to the ettiz ! ene
ky Harrisburg and its vicinity. He solicits a share o
the public.Mdronace, and gives sasurance 'that his best
endeavors shell be given to rend r satiMactiOn In his pro
fession. Being an old; well tried aentist r he feels . sate In
limiting the putdio generally to call on' him, assuring
bantam they. will nottstlissaUsthuttsith bhtservicels,
Otikm NO:128 Market street, In.the hOuseformerly oc
cupied by Jacob R. Ilby, near the Unittittlfito Rpm,
Harrisburg. Pa .deist-Ot*
FLA.GB 1 FLAGS I 1
NOTE PAPER A.q.D.Ert V ISJ,Op Esiwith
Niiireast &Agee, f,NlT6it paitga with rim of
the city of Harriet. ay, printed,emi for solo ot
SOHEPTEItiS HOOK STORE,
401 . %Phi , ha flarNabiri- ihridtc
OUR newly repleninlind 'stook Toi et
and Feuer Goods is- unsurpassed in thli city, and
feeling confident of rendering addisisiotion, we You id ree
petal ally invite acall. HPLLER,
91 Market street, two doors east of Fourth greet, south
Select 'Bohools for Boys and Girls
RRONTATIIIIr . uticu_sip.
Hl atl teitn • T HAELW,EI3
L School for bole, wt open on. the first Monday in
September. no, room In well ventilated, comfort thly
furntahFd„and in ever : y,rlirbi adapt", for school ply
laTHAßlita ittELWat'S 2arks:ioeitei n
the same , buildin ojets kwthis gbitimm at the same
ClOl6. The roomha'sheen eSeiphibiyy dates// up to promote
ho health suid.eismArt or Seilafira: 4% *“ '-aufazdLf
PALM LEAF MATTRESSES,
COITON TOP ITATIRFASIPS,
HUSE. MAT IMESSES,
COTTON CO ',WOE S,
CHAIR CUSHIONS, -
CAMP STOOLS &0., &c.,
Oa head and for sale as cue 'very lowest rates for cash.
Hair lirdtresses add Illprbig , tiodoms made to order.
HAIR wkr:rßEssw k i.,
Retaired and made equal to rte. very re atou to le; all a
No. 109,,Market Streer, betwee., Foarta as FAh. by
oct9 2md J. T. ttaRNiTZ.
Harrisburg' Blind Mtn . ufaoto4.
VENITLAN BLINDS made to order ane'
all rep thing neatly and
. expediduualy d .ne. Per
.wous at a distance can nave tneir work doue by addrist
stag a let.er to the undersigned. Toanstni fur past pat
ronage be hopes, by strict atten ton to basil:less, to merit
a continuance et' the same. sor 81thrs.,,tum gaerimeo d
both asto prices and worit.-ast
A. R. SHARP.
WOROXIIITER ) I3
ROYAL QUARTO' DICTIONARY
.13HE beet defining and pronouncing Die.
X ilonary of the lintglish bu*utige ;Also. Worcestep
Sebool Dictlanaries. Webster'a 'Pictorial Quarto and
lchool Monona:les for gale at
1466 T the Harrisburg Bridge.
T" good Horses, one suitable as a
randy home, the othec as s draught horse. En.
(Ore of Geom.) guffaws, Thud *reel, between Market
.nd Watni4, 1 4.urke i s 143 1. nOe.dtf
TO A SUS: '
' 'd Iqr '
t OATS rf
Ab , 411.
atter°. STijoßif-is the place
Ix to and anythßig eadritahrfamem
not VilaPt It
not coMeatkaiable when from a CIGAR
DWG STORE, 91 Market street.
. . STEAM Y
e REIMERS NRIV Ten
ms'.Sl • • -• - n • dPoo •-
ANI,INu AND. EMBARKING PAS.
at pugevsTOWN, (Ireland.) TII• Liver
pool; 11. w t ore and Philadelphia iteduniship oompany
Mend d(leistatitne their roll powered Clyde-built lroa
CT rY OF NEW YORK, Saturday November 16 • IDIN•
BURG, Saturday November 93 ; me or warms-
TON, Saturday, November 30; arm ovary Smordlay, 01
Noon, from Pier 44 , 140 " W'v"r•
rutsir CABIN 176 ' 0 1 ) STKICRAGE,_ sap be
do In L0nd0n.....00 do LoIXIOa —OM 00
do ,to Parts 186.00 . do to Poia Ott 00
do it) B.mburg..llB6 00 . do .00 UMW* t 36 00
Paiseogers also for* .to. Sayre, Br mw,. Boum ,
darn. Antwerp, &O ~ a t
tor Parsons whoring to mai outthair Inehdlareses bliy
tiekets here at the Ibllowiag rateia;boilnir TOI From
.ivettoce or Queeeatowo; ink SU Lad 1106.
"%Parade Into) Liverpool 340 . 00. from 4061matown,
130 00. .
These Steamers' have 31.1perior aocalintiidalloon tit
tasseigers, sod Berry eiperleaced Seigeoes. They we
hullt In Wat•lr eight Trop Beotioue, and bare Patent
Annihilators on board.
turitter information apply In Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Wa or Street ; In Glasgow to WY.
Enoch square ; la Queenstown to CI: & W.
D. SW SOUR & CJ ; In I .23 too to StViiB & MALT. It
Kloa; Wilnarn itL ; in nut. to ULUS DICOOUE, 6 Mal
da to Roar -9 ; to Yhlnoielptila to JO let G. //ALE, 111
Walnut street ; or at he Company's offices.
P.O. G. tiALE, Agent, -
1.6 Hroaduray, Neur'Yert.
0- O. 0. 7.lmmeripati. age.% I Rarliburti,,,e
igirPAN-gNO FOK ES-ii.PE —By or ier of
teu, war of lam, a I raeomgers the Unite*
3 . •t,4,3 are required to picture Pe POCMID b fore point es
°Gard toe at ewer, JOHN G ooL some.
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS
COAL BY THE PATENT WEIG CAUL-.
T'" Weight Carts are cei tifkd by the 4
Seller of livti,hts and Siemuriti. Coo.umeret can
weigh their cost at their ()en ,140f.f. It ia or cea.ies.
..211411; during IbeSe her f um t 4 'nr every 0110 10 know
bet Joey Ger Tina rUU. s,s 8T waaxr
LYKENS VALLEY' all B'l4.
B ts. ars Wll.ltqle.gele. til sism.
LOKBERKI t 0 (the g •bulue araak,)
by the air load or sieve ten
All coal orate q•tadty, •'t livered tree from all 181-
multi 8 AT PLICho TO ..,Cflr Tag TAMM, by toe boat Or Car
108 d, Single, h.L or thin' or tons 8,1 , 1 by Lie bn•b-11.
JA VIES w g KIAH.,
airriebutg, Nov. 6, 1881
COAL! COAL !!
$B, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
O. D. FORSTE ,
FFICE . te. 74, Market Street, yard on
Oacial, foot of :fortb straet. Whoiesalo and Re
tail denier in
TRE VOR7O IST,
WILLIS A RR A',
BROAD TOP COAL
Famlle and Dealers may rely upon °Mikan; a ilirst-rme
article, and full wd,ght, at the lea.e.4 ratea. Orders
premptly Kneaded to. A I'b'rtl 140,,0nt muds to pur -
uhasors paying for the coal when ordered.
Present priCe,s3 and $2 25 per ton. •
ElarrisoUrg, 25.-43 tn
subscriber is now prepared to de
: 1 liver to the .atilt nut of Harrisburg either by the
Oar, Had, Lnad,or slush Too, tae ehnimst kind of Wilk&
iaarre, Sunnury, Ly bons Valley and Pinegrove OW,
hsuled out by the Pasant Weigh Cart, and full weight
guaranteed. Orders ief sat Itty odice, 4th and u lt ras'
will receive prompt attention.
D tVID *AWLS:MIL
Harrisburg, Oct. 60. 1861.-Barda
COAL I LORBERRY GOAL I I
pliosE who want the real Genuine Old
Fashiodied Pinegrovo Coal from the . Lorberry Mini.
(by the ear load or otherwise.) apply to
GEE. GUIVCRICH, Jr.,
a. a 9. Railroad adios.
SHIRTS! SHIRTS!! SHIRTS 11
THE undersigned Having opened his
Manufactory of Shirts dn., at N 0.12 West motet
street, Harrisburg, Pa , mos ireepectftdly solicits the
patronage and attention of the Ladies, Gentlemen and
Merchants to the following assortment of goods rap(
which are our own manufacture :
• NIGHT 8131111.T5,
dtc., ha., ha., '
also the particular attention of the Ladies to our large
assortment of under garments dm (from the latest Un
proved London and Parts Style.,) LINNN COLL&RB,
CUFFS, SN'TTG dte., in great varieties, all of which being
our own mannufactare we will sell cheaper than ban be
Persons desirousof Combating their own materials, visa
have cutting, sewing die., of every variety dons kJ cord
log to order. Al, oftaa above named goods for Gents wets' ,
we will make to measure, guaranteeing to gt, and give
eoth e satraction to the purchamer for style durability
and m tended. ell special orders will be promptly at
tended to upon the shortest nouoe and most reasonable
terms. Also Merchants supplied upon the most mum
P. S. Ladies wishing skirls or under garments of any
ascription, eon bare them made to order by sending
sample of such kinds as may be desired.
JAMES A. LYNN,
No. 12, hiarketatroa,
au29-dem Harrbibarg, Pa. •
Roo= next door to Hummel U rocer
Sadie : 4. 1, •
A largeliasortinent of Gentletaearg aralahlag India
, in addiuou to the above can rtlwepe be found cheap
SOLDIERS' NICE NECK'S,
FOR Sale at
itkULER , S DRUG AND FANCY STORE
Camp Writing Cages,
Needle or Sev4iig Cases,
Shaving or R -sot Oases,
Pocket Ink Stands,
Pock , t combs,
Judie. Rub er Tobscco Pouches,
Wicker. Leather & Pia' ina Flasks,
Leather britikit g Cu 8.
Pens, Penbol'ers, Peocll.. 'ap r, andEurelepta
Soldiers wilt see at a IV Ult . . Lust he place to ;fit an
owe in salad attr al- at >s 91. Market street.
ma --es "Pori Pick ma' a ha wic o
IZFIVIJ3IIII ELZ"..9.13. RI R.,
. • .....
STATr4 intreet near Third etre et, a few
d•Kors below Brady's ikam, el...rrlsberg. • A flee
aewilearse -Heady made WWI", altsays-ob.babdtsind
anew , liuisbed to on.er. delver plates, se. Terms ram,
.u3e..•3ms) 0. BAKU!.
GUM GO Orr-8
FOR THE ARMY,
Beds, PinaWs • Blankets. Coate, Cage.
Leggin ;I, Drinking. Cups,
- 1011. BAIA BY • •
WM. S. SHAFFER,
Ralißide fitarlietknare, near Buehler's Hotel,
.411K1011 btEs hi ENGIN aIS FOR IALE.
MHE nedersigned offers for sale LINE
NEW 80 1106b5 ItSGINE, and two itesood- Be Dd
engines orAttositse size, Thwentees will be sold cheap
I " 4 :o;7 k :r.a vv.,. Apply at the steam =-
ISO- 0 ilk Week botirean Walnut anti H►rkK,
usriisburg, JACOB Nut 37.
age supph ot' kmal rlwsys W oe round on band.
SUNBUK F and
COAL! COAL I 1 COAL !I
THE CHEAPEST lAr THE MARKET.