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$ll iirilay AB erflooo, November 23, 1861.
ARMY OFFICERS - Blank pay rolls and fur
., _1- handsomely printed according to_ the
regulations, on fine white and durable
1. arc for sale at this office.
Li •;rea's LLcs. bl Geo. Balleyi4l4l;
co. Owned yesterday from a hunting expe-
York county, with over seventy part
; ,L, - his po-scesion. A good day's work.
Sor.s —'ll , re is a dangerous bogus
bill on the Sussex Bank, Newton, N.
irculation. It has a picture of (x`el:Lei-al
on the left end and a mall seal fdf)the
f tieor4ia on the right corner,
note on the Cumberland Bank, Bridge
, is also in circulation. ' ;
VW.P —Silfifard'S Opera Troupe opened at
am • flail last night to a -crowded house.—
Loupe WLS never befr,ter. condition.
, „, • ib inimitable ; earncross' baled sing
,upei ii.r ; Hall's performance 'On 'the
.2 0(11 , and Van Boshorst'is solos on the
1, inu•t he seen and heard tribe appreciated;
sti „.1; pungent witicisms and coat
i, uoigh to
,„k e t 11,! proceeds of the performance
t t ,. be Eet apart for , the- benefit of
,ki, 1.1,e Company — a very deserving
-Jul we have no doubt the hall
i 0r.161 to its utmost capacity,. ,
M., , rras —There seems to be a rriai,
-t iot the appointment of ,Wagon Master
only, ou the part of those.who Beek -good:
„ , t i v i expect to do but. little., , Whe,,,ontat,
lUzua Master, as given, ,by a.oorXeSpentletit
, t ille, consists of "a 'mare 40,ricle,,,par4r.,
oil!. nut the most comfortable saddle in the
I a rciugle, saddle-eloth
.qr 1 anket,, pair.
!.I,,,,:purs, Colt's Navy revq!.ver,, hnlstera,
It. plate, with the initiala#, Undo Sagi„
i I other fixings." The rush for places
Oa. kind, at Perryville, has, .1 . :19.1 so great,
lit in authority have pin Ced aronita 'the
uniamatt boards containing the words, "No
are Wagon. Masters wanted !
iIL RCUARIOTTS Arrexer.—Night before last,an
rcerapt was made to break into the clothing
turd of Marcus Gumbertz & Son, in Market
feet below 'Fourth. ; The noise; Angle thy the
burglars while endeavoriug to cut out one of
the panes of glaa from the sash in the rear of
the building, awakened Rev. Dir. Colder, who
lies s eve rihO tilargentleinan raised
the window of his room, and perceiving one of
th- rascals at wprAbelcrir,-threw a -Wk , et r at
him, ;mil ittorit, pideeetitnr aht tip
seine other projectile, when., the burglars sud
denly sloped, leaving behina them a hatchet,
several chisels and
, other burgiat t ious, jrrAel
meats, all of which have been left'at Mary" ,
ore office for identification : A young man was
arrested yesterday and taken before the Mayor,
.h.i.r.:ed with knowing squething about the g
ait, bat. as there was no‘eiridence . to hold him
he was discharged.
COURT PROMIEDINGS.-Cpurt tn9tatAlclockt
Ihe jury in the caseof the Com. vs. Frederick
Keeney, charged with assault and battery on
oath of Geo. Blough, returned a verdict of
guilty of the assault but not guilty of the bat-
cum. vs. Christina Kramer, charged with as
wit and battery on oath of Mrs. Zimmerman.
Nut guilty, but directed to pay the costs of
This cam finished the criminal craendei, and
tt,,, petit jurors were discharged from further
'lle court then proceeded to try a number of
urety of the peace cam, after which it , ad
The prisoners tried and convicted during the
ern will probably receive their sentences next' ,
. . ,
"flu's A etievim FELLOW.—Of course he is,
Low could lie be anything else?—sO r Migile in
term-an genial in nature, he was made for.
' evvrybekly telt himself. This clever fellow' id'
ueiristrouiklud—h e 'll give you everything he
Lei -but unfortunately the good iltitigh l eft this
life are bestowed on him with a sfeiiing hand.
His stock in trade is "gab," that dotet"eost
much if you are not tongue-tied, and "our"
clever fellow never is: when all other resources
fill flit tongue does its duty. It never becomes
stily for want of a new coatt.it-may-lenome.
dry, but nature furnishes the fluid if its owner
cant't raise the wind to pay for the "forty rod."
After all our clever fellow is a necessity-he t
tills a vacueni--of course is a man of capital,
not that kind what buys U. S. 7 30 Treasury
notes, but a ntillionare in words, and so lavish
with them that all get a share. How could
any community do without its clever fellow, or
the world wag without the wag of his tongue ?
C,J.N MADAM:. LIQI.IOII.—A correspondent ' writ_
from the Potomac thus alludes to some of
tb,h,vices adopted by dealers to smuggle lig
sr,: Into the military camps : Liquor will some-
Lime , come in the most curious disguises.— Here
kJ of bread very heavy, which, on being
cut open, displays a bottle of gin ; then comes
a teat preserve tin box, marked "A little home
carrent jelly your loving mother ;"
l'it the incredulous Povost Marshal handles the
with suspicion,: and,on insertin
t g his knife
i" , .4 1(41 of "old cognise" assures him that de
, t,,,e has taken place ;
.so,,dowu the box goes
• he battles among the fishes, who then
0.1141)03 to drink literally like fishes.—
,tur half a dozen innocent-looking med
hoelt.s. labelled "invigorating syrup to be
'zularly morning and evening," but,
tion, the syrup turns out to be germ
' ~ ; , p B, and so the bottles share the fate
locessors. In this way there Is an
v4riety, productivo . of a uxual t i uparo,
" I, linz. but a very large itareof real firm— , -
*43Sor Wood' advertisement in anot he
AN OWNER WANTED.—A colored boy found a
revolving pistol in one, of-.our streets to-day,
which he has left at the Mayor's office for a
A SPECIAL hfernao of the' Friendship fire
c ompany wilVtiellietal in.theii - Xhi43lLiondriday
evening the 25th inst., at 7 o'clock. All the
hohorary, contributing aollactive,rnernhers are
reiwsted tote present as business of import
ante will be transaoted. By order,
A " PATRIOTIC " APPEAL. - The Louisville
scnirki/ ekrNsses,a' fear that tobacco will be
iortke scarce if the tobacco growing region re
milks in,poeseasion of the rebels, andmakesthe! f611#.14 appeal: "Rouse up, oh fe tobac
co chewers and smokers, every mother's son of
Yotiy and avert such a, catrstrophe by driVing
the, invelers Away.
PBATC/ASK PAVIC I PX4 I 3 2 ',F xR P I3I°2 ? - 7
The Hagerstown , 41reh,.fight noticekthe death
in that, city iecently.of ,an interesting child of
,Charles It.'D'otan from eating unripe per
daimons. As this 'unwholesome fruit, is very
abundant, in; Our see,tkin - of, e'buidry, and
ebildren'are exingElond of it, and apt to
partake of it in'large quantities,. its fatal effects
in the above case shonid serve as a warning to
others. ' •
Nosasures Casine.x. IlaumLi.—To-morrow
some impintant changes will take place in the
title of the trains on the Northern Central Rail
wak leayirig this city. Thp mail train going
eolith will leave at 1.20 p. m. inatettl of 11.16 a.
ro t .;, as .at present. The express train going
no ~nTl ' leave at 8.10 p. m., instead of 10.25
de at present.
Ate iterriabarg aecommodation train will
lea Ye for Baltimore at 8.45 a. m., instead. of
8.80 a. m., niecdpiesent—returning leaves 13al
tirriore 8.80" p. m., instead of 8.45 p. in., as
, EXPERDINOE Or " LooAL."—An unfor
tingate ecribe'reCently consented to do the local
izing for the Dirbuqe Herald during the absence
of the regular eity editor. In. the course of a
fortnight he threw up, his situation in (*gust,
stating as 'a
reason, that in his brief experience
he had laid the foundation for thirteen quarrels,
several' of Which had already' become ;serious
fighting matters. A number of canes , had ai
r-m.lly been presented to;him. He was probable
verdant enough to inaugurate his editorial ca
reer by telling the truth about people. He
could not have made a more serious mistake.
4S.Avs thelops of yi4ur stockings when the
feet are worn out," is a very good suggestion,
made by a patriotic Yankee girl to the soldiers
h 4ur army. She says that as wool is scarce
and costly, none should be wasted, and adds
that it hi the practice in many New • England
faMilies to knit new feet upon the legs of old
socks. She would not blame the troops for
throwing the footless stockings away, if they
had no one to mend them ; but she says that,
ifi , from time to tinke r "a, budget of legs could
be Sent home, the ragged feet being first cut off,
the energy of home industry would soon return '
them as good as new." This is a hint that is
really worth being practically improved.
Moyers , was
up 'for being odrunk and disorderly, and, upon
nisicing a pritorakse'toeve instanter for Read=
lug, was discharged. •
Catherine M. Foot-a venerable lady of eigh
ty-two years, 'With her right arm dislocated,
and the other afflicted with the sweney—claim
ed the hospitalities of, the Lock up last night,
no c having the means to pay for lodgings else
wl ere. The old lady . told, a : pitiful ,story of her
suprings, in the course of which she stated
that she had been, violently thrust from our
county poor House' by, the' steward, under," the
plea that she didn't belongtto this county. The
M/ c yor. Very kindly headed a subscription fOt:
het benefit, with the proceeds of which she Jiro. :
mined to go to Carlisle.
ii°oePh Jones aci , Thomas Williams — two of
th ca-lavery force were up , for drunkenness;
ail placed in the cuitody of their commaading
A. J. 11llon—a volunteer from one of the
carps—was arraigned for drunkenness, and
breaking things generally in the upper market
blase. Sent to pillion for five days.
!Jacob Walters, a well known butcher, was
aritigued charged with violating one of the
mkket ordinances this morning. The offence
crn3sisted in Walters purchasing two hind gnar
+s of veal from a farmer, and afterwards re
tattling thejaeat 'trona his market stand. Fined
. f " Mils " son ills Sormaas.—ln addition to
t4e directions for knitting soldiers' ' " mita, "
p ablielitd in yesterday's . Tatialitaku, we have
s t4ton, furnished With the following.from a patri
o'Ac lady in York, which we publish for the
bhnefit of our fair correspondent who signed
herself "Soldiers' Friend," as well as all other
ladies who desirelo serve the cause of their
country: by adding to the health and comfort of
+r brave volunteers.
iTts• Yoku, Nov. 22, 1861.
Rom+ TELsos..ten :--For,the information of
' he Soldier's Friend" I send the directions for
fitting mittens, learning from your issue of
' morning that she desired to occupy a por
tion of her time in providing for the comfort of
our bnwe volunteers. They must be knit.with
one finger, to allow a free use of the first finger
; "Cast twenty : stitches on eaoh needle, knit
twenty-five rows of ribbing, and twenty rows
plain. Then take the twenty stitches that are
upon one needle, and knit sixteen rows back
ward. and forward. This is for the beginning
of the thumb. Then take these twenty stitches
on three needles, and knit round for sixteen
rows, after which narrow gradually until the
thumb is finished. Take up twenty stitches at
the lower part of the thumb. Then there will
sixty stitches on the three needles. Knit
twenty rows, Take the twenty stitches nearest
the thumb, join them on threeneedles, and knit
twenty-two rows, Then narrow gradually un
til the finger is finished. Take the remaining
forty stitches on three needles, and knit twenty
two rows. Narrow gradually till finished."
These instructions were copied from one of
the papers,.and were given by one of the aim-
Ottees for general information.
Bo* our "Soldier's Friend" may find
heat , eeMaießtlY
. •I am yours respectfully,
. Deno E. Sitars.
Bxv. Jolla F. CROUCH, will preach in the
Vine street Methocliaty . ,piga:cipalAirych to mor
row morning aml_mrenipg.
I THE MONTHLY Mr e utidaY school
• 't i e * C.'.
Tettehuts!, Urf wilt be 8141 ib e14112481# 6 1
M. t. Church, to-morrowat 3 P. M. The
Union Prayer Meeting Hymn Book will hereaf
ter be used by theiteitociatibii. 1: '4
No PREACILibid IN THE COURT HOLM TO-M9B:
now_--No presetting in the Court Houseto
morrow (Sabbath) morning or evening, oh ac
of the absence from town' of Rev. A. IL
Shoemaker. The Sabbath:School will be beld
as the usual hour, 11 o'clock.
This malrE!** Va!ius4 -0 :1 4 w it NiK d V4Pl i g
'rain, which about 11 O'clock changed intoqulM
a lirisk.fall-OE snow. At noon, ,however, the
clouds began' to intiak; and ""
S'Or. 'give a
thti light of his • uhtiMtg coupt,skamoe, to the
great relief of pent, up humanity.- , I
Iterailous Saaviotts.—The Presbytery of liar
risburg call ' s the attention' of Its Minisrnt::o.-
dets and aliureges to the following acts.Of
several ecclesiastical bodies-with whith they are
• The General Assembly which- met at Byre ,
case, May 16th, 1861, adopted the fditroivitie
*amble and regOltiona,i viz 2 i .1
WIIXREAB, Protracted religions services have
often been greatly,b4med in:,cieepening the
work of grace in the Christian's heart, and, in
awhkening sinners , and leading them to o . hilet,;
Wnsuses, A good impression created. in a
congregation in ,the autumn, often remains with
it through the succeeding Winter months ; and
WmtnEns, God is pleased to regard union arid
concert in prayers ; Therefore,
Resolved, • That it he, recommended to ail, our
Pastors and Chuithes, as far as practicable; to
observe the first week in December , as a season
of special prayer for the outpouring of the Holy
Spirit on our congregation, and in special reli
gious servitm Calculated to edify the saints' And
lead sinners to Christ." ,
'his action of the General Assembly was re
cognized br the Synod of Pennsylvania at its
rodent trieeting i n October, 16t1i'1861, `iit West
Philadelphia, and by the Presbytery of .Harris
bur', Oita meeting in October 1.7th,:14581, at
the same place, and both bodies agrsed to "urge
upon all:their ehutcles' a Cordial )otaiSlisinis
The Presbytery of Harrisburg also pi r ,w - e,,
according. to a custom which has ;been, followed,
torsome three years past, to send . cotdroltteeti
of visitation to each church under its' care for
the purpose of holding, under the 'dlifeCtlen 4 4 f
its Pastors and Elders such religious exercises
as tiny be deemed useful for quickening' the
zeal of God's people and the conversion, lot sin
ners to God—in accordance with the following
scheme, viz :
Harrisburg Jan.7th, i 1062, by ; Pay., Messrs
T. street, and J. Dickson.
Qarlisle, Dec. 2, 1861, by - Rev. Pk. 11 ...Pe
Witt, and Rev. J. Dickson.
York, Jan: 21st, 1862, by Bev.,
Sterling, and A. D. Moore. • 4.1 .
Williamsport, bee. 4th, 1861,, by,ftay.' Wears:
T. Street, and A. D. Moore.
Northurnblirland; Ftiab. 4t)4 4 1462, ( by Rev. T.
li. Robinson, and T. D6toiall 4 : , - «1
Dauphin, Dec. 10thi,' 18131 , , ,, by , Reii. , lteaare. ,
W. R. DeWitt, and C. I". Wing- '•
Hubleiburg, Feb. nth,' 1862, Ref./ 1 114A
`inn. Sterling, and,J.
r. H.l6l)ini3ori, and 'Allier.
`By tird'er of the'l'resbr s ie.
ON and after ttouday, 25th, 1891, the
mills will close as follows : ' '
LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD-
F.* all places betwi;en Harrisburg
and Philadelphia' pand-,
cent to the ling 43(th6 &l b&
non Valley, Philadelphia and +
Readinf , Iva- • 4,
nia 111..'.7.80 A: X,
' PENNSYLVANIA IiAILROAD.. .
For all places adjacent to the line of
the railroad, between Hanle-
burg and Philadelphia.—WAY
FOr New York, Philadelphia, and .;,.
For Philadelphia, Lancaster, Colum
bia, Bainbridge, Marietta and ' ---
Middletown "8.00 p;
For New York, Philadelphia and
Lancaster 9 00 P. M.
pEickii - LVAkik Aid:LW/b. "
For all places between=atitiedigiurg
and Altoona. Wax 1iten...7 3 90 4. ,
For Pittsburg; Johnitoivia, LdWil3)' '" i •
town, Pa., Cincinnati; 001-
umbus and Cleveland,. Ohio . 8.00 PA Mr
For Pittsburg, Altoona, Hollidays- • ,
and Lewistow . 9.00 P. M.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD,
For all places between Harrisburg
and, Look ,Haven ' iihdithosa ,1
adjacent to the line of the
railroad.---Wam Mend. :'12.00 M.
NORTHERN CENTRAL' RAILROAD.
For Washington, Balthnore,' Mirk ' t
and all-places along and ad-
jacent to the line of the rail
road.—Wer Mem 12.00 11
For Washington, Pitltimare .and;
York . 0.00 P. IS
CIIBEBBK4ND,II-4/F4Y: RATT ROAV.
For Hagerstown, Md., Chambers, •
burg, Shippensbmg, Carlisle
and Mechanicsburg.-.'.:; ,
For all places between Mszzisbmg
and Chambersbnrg along and
adjacent to the line of the' ' • ,-,._
railroad.—WAY lam. .. .. —12.30 P. M.
SCHUYLKILL 'AND SUSQUEHANNA RAC`
For PotteNUe, Ellwood; Pinegrove,
Summit Station and Auburn, .$0 P.M
For Linglestowa, liana& Hill, Wesi "l•
g anover, Ono
and Jonestown on 30ndity,
Wednesday and Friday: 7 C./0 A. M.
For Lisburn and Lewl' sbeiri on Sat' ' •".
urday , .
Office houni 'from 6i 4g. m.; t 0 .% P. M.
y . ft#ro k) 4 and
814 Sunda „ -9 '
- - [Pram our Morning Edition.]
Sensmn.t.l-.ona and.aftet Monday, No
veinber.26th, the..passenger trains on the Penn
gYivania Bitittifi VIZ inrlfeiatickdetiFirtifititf.
Going ,- .Eusturqd--ri,tst Line at 8.4. na., in
stead of 8.06 a! - at
Wet 6f l /114.49 4 n•f1f3`).il CL
Nail Tram at 1.15 p. m instead of 6,40 p.
ip;, as at Pre ‘ e44, and Friv 6 4tWest ehiladel
pla at 5:20.p., m,. , •
fiarrisburg .4ecommodat,ion - frrain;• via otio
ltrinbia, at 4.00 p. tn.; inisteitd of 1:10 p. in., as
at isesedt, at rive fa West .Thilatifilatiii!at
( 1 1' 4 1 r774 4 — d i ,H l i i :TPll a ti* a ' €m.;
ins of .I a. m., as at present, and arnve
at 'Pittsburg a tl ii.(4A,.( - 4,0 d .
... bsancormotr9lM;sal liniattasmovra:LLA gen
reieinan just,) , arrived: . from Linghistown, this
3oitnty, last night, dpfOrtaelLuSithilthbOta one
o'llockYotdordayaftenuma, flames wore discov
ered issuing from the qibirmkmalENgnitablish
ilicn!Ncivikk: D. Pegaci in,thet villege.... The
alarm was quickly given, and the occurrence
Al an unusual taituiri thatamighborhoOd, the
to And: surrounding country was noon in a
of great commotion. A rickety old fire mi
girie that 134 1 nitilsqvn thi light odds' within
that "tiiiinioittiY the' "oldeat inhabitant,'" was
brought run requisiliion, hst it. was found ; to
lealr so bad' and t iiithal . , ,hp maChinerY Was so
"/t," - V a i l inid as : torenderentirely '''
r-., yan t ago as it use
est. ThevOtisene men, wounm,and 1 children,
tibdiug this reliigge ~cut nit; then dili4eutly
applied , themseiwittinglhe flashes
j byl the Old , faslitinild,pmethodlof :forming lines
and passing btialithis Of ' Water,' Which hoWever
iihilvedlof littlatrvaili and in a short time the
Retire structure, intki 'all its Contents, were a
mass of ruins. The building' as only erected
lasi, fall; andmas said .to be one of the largest'
and most complete establishments in the county
outside of thiacity. Mr. Ifogst's loss,* estima
ted at $2,600, upon which there is no insurance.
at is Mot - known how the
,fire originated. .
•Itifilatirllbtlia..f ":. ,
`l'4 the Daily Telegraph.]
klBthernlsa •• • tlinsoffrik thpe/
&Weld M: of ateletttat'itrk gond,'
Caen clasped toilyotrivart, as sat on your
knee, , ,
you would s ' llagAat,,,oFt lullaby, song ;
vo m ice rs ,wit, still: rings in mine
ho' long since ff Itearo.lts sweet tone,
d memory flies beck, lapse of long
bft, While I sit thinkirig alone:
I'm thinking, dear Mother, ai from thee I. roam,
, Of days wlien innnOnt'tnizlli,
'When all seegml:a ir.t:our ouceAappy
/, home,. 1 . -••••
As we'd sit round the , old family hearth;
Bat changag, end; cluing* ,decreed, we must
Anil I o
(dieer wide world to roam;
Burtanrcirrldirdtraiugb alearthop to - start*
L When I 0 4 3 1411 1. 449 kiv#4 o 4.q 3 at ncene±fi,
Butt one thought dem, tarither t gives font ii9l/49
Tot know that tho' paw. weartaytriestNtin
In a world that is blighter than `-
Tltesemother, - Ilertr Mother!,•as oft as you Pray,
' I X the gWer of all eartlilyloy,
ollirtt r itttrt ' 02:11rbik arla tr ek
tfactitaa' L. HALL,
r iLlip LL3anf rd's 9pera Troupe . .
iruas, Arms, .Fuxis.-41,000 worth of, furs re
' .ived from New York auction ; 100 fur capes
ie+ m sgliftikksl2l-worth &Able t 26 ,
dos. hrop/skirts for 60c., 75c, and $1 26 . ;,100
cloaks for $2, $2 50, :; $3,50 up to slo, very
crap. A large assortment of traveling bags,
I,oo.Pieefo t tlf .splenclid
* daft calico at t 8 and 10 cents alard.—of stock
ingswe have a full assortment for ladies, men
and Children, woolen and cotton, at 121, 18 and
p), cents;. 36 large woolen blankets ; 60 pieces
Gelation flannel, at 121ycents ; red, yellow and
whifejliihne4 very eheeP 5 0 Pieces of white
eitirliringes at half price.; beautiful set flow
er* Delliednes at 22 and 26 cents'; received a
n. joit shirt'Needs, beautiful styles, at S.
wy's ivholeitfle - and retail dry good shire.
''resale buyers we would especially invite to
ur 4i114, .s tdalo6 Which we receive additions
,mns .every dair,fritm•New York auction.
SANFORD'S CHALLRNOR EXAMS—IVO 'set 'in
Raztaktlefoxias.:Fireplace Heaters.:. The
most 44 41 1 ' ^ r 1 Heaters known for warming Dwell
+"Ahccif,„ Send to Ltstengir,
Intim, agent at Harrisburg, for a fall discri ption
and an maptuttlleled Milai'of-testinuMyc..
Tex Cossepomm parlor coal stove with mdi
airglandikstor and gas. burning attachment, intro
illiced one year agoi‘ already ranks the leading
stove for Parlors, Sitting Booms'and all places
where a soft pleasant' heat dashed; together
wittrslimmiert mstrpfmktu) ri parlor .and
,Ooking stovm orthe bpatterns to find at
` o 4elstore ,- and , tinWare.establishmeast of laluzu
thissam, Market street. .1 tf.
li,lll. 43 &IKE AN 8 PILLS
peigwea T.. cheffleman, M. D.,
TP,RI I - CITY:,
TEIB totabination , of ingredients in these
, - Pills Itte•theiliyiiii of along and extensive pmetlee.
They are mild& their Operation; and certain in correcting
ap irregulirittes, Painful Monstruationsyrentoring all ett.
Amnions, wnatberirromi-cokt or otherwise, headache,
*Ot laAcinde, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vOu,',ol44nr,4tele:rics, fa , tie, pain in the beak' and
a sleep,which ariaeo from laterrep
1 TO MARRIED labia,
4.-atioommovo.4'initikreloliguate, as they will bring
thelmonthly.period withregotairity. Ladies who have
t tleo iikutPtkl nted in the nee of other Pills can plaoe the
u most confidence in Dr. Obeeseman's Pills doing all that
° Y re Pritri i l f,ll' t o f VO W•;'l I i . ; ;;;
'Therein:One osndition of ike.fensale 0 , 41eal in which Ike
Pas cannot Se taken .without a PROOLIA it
letssukr, frion condition referrad to is BEGNANCY—
Ike mutt NISCARRIAOK x Seek is the irrenletslie ree
.; . 'ne to tolittre UK V&A* /MEOW to a
9n# AG!4,,Ctri Me repraltrOite power air .na
ttre ° . 4Otstioist Al , ,
Warren Ptumly vegauthle, and free from anything
14.1012,F. each directions, which should be, road,' an
company each box. Print, $1 Sent by mall on seeing
t4g si to Ds. possums L . Osuessur, Box 4081, Pind
Mes, New York 04.1 ; -,, 1 . ; • - i -
e: ..19 1 .414,91Nigg4iikiorory,town in the United Sates
, . , .R. B. Ergrciutpas,
• '54,4?..1 Agent for the United States.
14 Broadway, New York,
whom all wittoltnatie orders should bes4dressed.
HOW ..shOSTpsHOW =ARMORED
TIIST Pnb Sealed Envelope;
? z i o elV4lPcitiVe-sta ViiiktrSerret"P'
:LC• kt",qpormatoir ors or 31011161111 Weak
' n SexuerDetillity'-andlinped:'
immita to Marriage generally, N Vaaaamptioay
gpilepsy and Fite NeintigAttd..P,bysical Incapacity re.
iting Prom self Abuae, &c.—Hy NOBS J. . CUL, VW
IL D., Author-of iho Grata Book dr. Boon
n ht, '44 1 %! : 1 54,f r e '07,4j3W
aotitimped i o
HAIR DYEI HAIR DYE! I
Wm. A. Batchelor's Bair Dye !_z_
Tbki, may, Ranaleas an t i Reliable Dye R.IIOWn
All giber* nubri ins; ioifiLfini 6,e itircided
llSll. OB,Rtl i a i llattated. atit l Yit ait a
injary to Hair or Skin. . _ -
SIMON IS*DAIS been awe.-
.ed to Wm. A. BATCHELOR tea 'mitt 200,000
• 1 4allwas 6 .lY* bet* am/CV .*4D.g.Wt 0fh40. 0 ak4. 141 !
of .tattibioui Dye
1F A il‘actisioßPAOt", Tit! ii.ol*
uoi to/beAnstinguittibit liana eabiteletalla wastaartar
riot to injure in the Mist, however-)eng it reap be contin
ued, and the Doff fernadied: Thelmdr: -
141hvigorated for life bylble splendid Dye, which is prop
erly appliedat No..ie ttond Street New York,
dold, ioall the sites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goode Dealers
The Genuine has, the name William A. Balchelor,”
and address apart a steel plate engraving, on the four
'Oita at each bor.
Wholesale Factory, a Barclay St.,
Late WS Broadway, New York
A cARn TOIEiR 141DtIN
DO. DOMINGO'S' GOLDEN , ' PILL'S FUR FEMALES.
the lb lo*lng eerittloite from one of the first
ladies In Utica, N. Y., Who called wren' toy agents , iu that
city (lir. Wet-Bristol & 0o,,) andloldihem that ..he, of
cotirsei,`,dtii not wie' her ZAMA 'made public, but it any
one sho uld doubtlhe wog ierfel efficiency of Da. Envoy.
co% Golden POW, they Might refer any tidy ti her, as
yhe cOnstreredlt"iity, ea well Its a phissure, to her
bowledge of. thar eflte.nry ; as administered to her
datighter, young Indy 17' yekrS'old.-
. I..tie Was fast go
ing into cone .ropn--
enhad taken 'ikail-liature became
obstructed' Two bourse( these Golden Pals emir.,
ly clays& f lAr t r„,- end lee 41111110 y 111: tbbbet , latialat
nwelrei*par *Attu* In buying
,the g~enuipb .' 1f end
explicit directiotil'WeconilianYing each box' Price - Vt.=
Sold wholesale. an d hYPS.Ki rialffiltltruiffirtoi)
91 Market street; le agent kir) Narrisburg, Pa. By
sending him' 81 through the Earriaborg Post Office
the Pills e sent coundinittally by mail to any part
or the country;
N. 11.—LOok out ror courterrbES. 'no Geklew Pill
or , any ',dna enlega tho box as signed B. Howe.others is e base iiiipositkin and titsaft ; therefore, iv
you ravk , Yorlir llTlW*lllll.lwilth, (to say wolhlngOr be
tug bumbegged out of your money,) buy only or thew
mho show the signat ure
r or 8. D. IdtiWe on every hot
• which has reCentry ;Hienceo amount or the PSI'
boinp erffinteitHiro-. ' Th.. togiedlents tediposing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent, in?) Wily
are sire Amil vigireeirPl td l -o. l ltistelt giffikle.l;
801 l also T. L. Lumperger, lobarinu ;, E.s.Cdf
moo, Methntiebbitig ; bf.'Werks,'P.4*hteint`rSPElliott,
tlarlise ; 8. G. WIM liewville.; J. C. Altick, &Ippon
burg.; .1 .Spangler, Chambersburg ; E. T. eiller, York ;
J. A. Wolf; Viltightsville; 8..8. Stevens, Reading t and
K.P. Hunter, heading, and by eone druggist" in every
town aud,viltige in the United States, sad by
Baio Proprietor, New York
W E ' R , T 0
A Ne w Lola
f.AD'IB'B' P •
Of beautiful *lee, OicSol;fa* Made.
A Splendid Assortment of
O Nt.5.244AC01 111.1 L;14.21;T-0
'A New sad Illergaut Perfume,
11: NIGHTS SIiCIIPLABEIP BOQUII
Put op in Cut 4:4lAmm Eilovied ftuits.
A Complete Anortmeot or
Of the.best Jirtiarmadrit
A very tle.ridadma VarlOty: or
ro writis . pu. SOXES,
KELLER'S DRUG STORE;
91 %target Strept
Z. R. INGERSOLL'S
Ii *eases the hair without Selling thetngers,
It elects a Oiling of one-balt In the use other proper ,
It dceil awaxwith greasY hair etl bottles.
It la'handsomer artlel i than 'the &annum balr-broith.
R regulates the quantity of auld Used, to a drop.
Ilia perfectly me; and eanuot spill over to the trunk
or on tho '
It carriefAeffigtliagt Prfeatings
age or a lOog Journ g ey
- Its vice Ls moderate, itld it mime ile oirti Omit lh thren
For kale atAiellees , Drug, and Pomp Store. W Market
litriet twit doors east ofdrourth.stzast, south MOIL
FOR SEIVITINGf 'tia*gErnins.
„ „. ,
.TONAS BROOK 411: BRO'S
PRIZE. MEDAL- ;SPOOL? COTTON
200' ‘l4 rqe 'YRS : Wif.q.g . ,,/3/40,K cd coLoatio.'
THIS thread being made particularly for
Steer aftlehines, VERY tITRONG, VD
BIieSTIC. Its eteength is het Unpaired by witahleg; her'
bylrletton or the needle. For • Machines, use Rroota'
Patent Glace, •• ” •• ' , •
FOB UPPER THREAD,'
and BOokSa Cord,_ s gd .Trkf,*
• Foi - curamaTHßEarl;
Sold by . reepectable dealers throughout the C0U011y.. 7 .
A/110, ce OASIS OP 100 DOZILP MACH, &WORT= NM:013 1.
GENRY Gairtel, Sole Agent.
2109481 n •- •" 26 Yesey street, Sew York.
CAMP' STOOLS &c., &c.,
Oe bead and (*Sale at We very lowest rates lor . Caati.
Hair Mattresses and Spring tiottoms made to order.
;wuN tizei , . • .., :%* ,
. HAIR MATTRESSES
'Repaired anti madimiqual.tomear; very remittable all at.
No. 109 , Market , between Fpgrtti, au k
; Fifth_ L ' ,b_y_ . •
oet9.2md J. T.BARNiI7.
Harrisburg- Blind Manufactory.
tuT BELOW CHES
SECOND ST.Et TNIIT.
"VENETIAN BLINDS made to order, and
all repairing neatly and expeditiously. done. Per
seus at a distance can have their work done by addree
tag a letter to the undersigned. Thankful for past pat
ronage he hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit
a couuuuance of the same , jarßstisfrkuton guaranteed
both asto prices and work,•ips
• .. A. IL SLEARP.I2
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Board &hoed =to .$2 - , par Day.
.Q.INCK the opening of this Test and com
mcmnbus Hotai,ln 11354;1t, has been the Angle en
deavor of the proprietors to mane it the most sumptuous,
csptvenient and comfortable home for the citizen and
str r on this slue the Atlantic.
•Aft 4. fairialiEgall"litigrfeatie
Centred of tie guests, they Kaye endeavored, without re
gard to cost, b.l prOvide; and to combine all the elemonte
of individual and social enjoyn t ent which modern art
hits invented, aad mottern taste approved ; and,the pat
ropage which Whoa bommandffd during the plat slx'years
is a gratifying proof that their efforts , have been appre
:To meet the exigendea of thiCtlinea, when all are re
qntred to practice the moat rigid economy, the ender
Rave Reduced the price . of Board to
At. rho same abating none of the' luxuries' with which
their table has hitherto been suppllea,_ . ,
THEeDWBLL, WHITOOMB & 03
New York, Sept. 2, 180L—eep948m*
TO FARMERS !
UTTER,' (good, sweet and fresh) in one
pound rolls, tiel fresh EGGS in large and small
plantlike taken at all Want and cash pal or groceries
given In exchange. Ftegular market rates always paid
WIC DOCK, JB., d• CO.
gaped!. Ike - Tenet ; Donee:
sug/ 9 t
• • =FAN WEEKLY
BtEWINN NNW . rtum
. . .
tLvINI IlSti AND EMBiIikING PA...,-
•-• a icA at QUEENSTOWN, aladaerl 4 ) Th. Litrer
ford. New or and Philadelphia Btearastdp company
Mead ti , spstohiag their MI powered Clyde•ballt Iron
Steareehipe as ibnOws:
EDINBURG, Saturday November SI; fan OF MAN
OHISTIZR, Saturday, November ; =NA, Saturday De
cumber 7 ; and (leery SA•urday, at Noon, h•lv pier di,
vorin River. -
81.1k 1 T CABIN $7O 00 13781 RAGE. $39 99
„do to London $BO 00 do to London ..sso oo
do to Paris 085 00 ' do to Parte $3O 00
do lolls mburg.,BBs 00 do to Hamburg 855 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre,- Bremen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, itc., At equally low raters
*a-Persons wianing to bring out tbotr hien& combuy
tickets here at the following rates, to Nov York: From
Liverpomor Queenstown; Ist Clabiti, 376, 186 +Lod, UM -
Steerage from Liverpo.4 840 00 Prom QUID*II4OIIII,
These Steamers herr snperior accomenedations'air
Pirniengers. and carry experienced Surcease_
bent in Water-light Trim geetion.i, and have relent Fire
Ann , blisters no board
For further lurorolution apply In Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Water Street; In Glasgow to Wit.
INMAN, 5 St. Pooch Square ; to Queenstown to C. & W.
D. 8I t NODS & CO. ; in !Anton to NIVFS & MAIM,
Slog William St. ; In YArI, 10 MINS DKCOUN, S nos
de la Bourse ; In PhllsJelphia to JOIN G. DALE, ill
Walnut street ; or -it ice Company's offices.
.INO. G. DAIS, Agent,
15 Brnadivrt7, Vs* York.
O. U 0. Zlstnnetruutn Agent, itarriaburfg,
SirPAS-IC57OltRs FOR NO:toPE —By or lei 'M. the
Seeretar- - or :late a liNisseuirrs learmg the United
illst.s are required to rueUre 4 ,4 oortru bean* going ea
board the St amer. • JOHN G DAL., Amer.
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVER'S
COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH CARTS.
rplll , BE , Weight Carte are certified by the
Sealer OrWeighta and alesaaret. Coo4nntera Can
weigh their coat at their own doors. Tt or grad lin.
penance during these harl finial for every cos to know
that, they Oil TlIrR tIOLL WNW WZIGUT
' Marge supply of Coal always to be fouad oo bade,
LYHENS VALLItt all sizes.
SALTS. CO'S WlMBallfilt, all slaw.
lARBERRY COSI, (the gamine ankle.)
Bold by the car load oralogie tcW
All coal of the hrst quality, delivered free from all ha
path a dr PRICKS TO SC7T THE 11Y18. by the boat or Cif
load, single, half or third of tons and by toe bushel.
At/103 sl. WHIItUIR
Harrisburg. Nov. 6, 1861.—y
COAL ! COAL !
$3, AND $2 2b PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
O. D. FOR.STER
'll FFICE No. 74, Market titreet, yard on
Jr the oulal, hid& Nottb street. Whohatedb and Ite
BROAD TOP CX.ML
Females and Dealers maY rely upon obt 'Swag a aret•rale
article, sad tall weight. et the lowest rues. Mfrs
promptly atteeded to. A 1 tordl .113:taunt wade to pUr
dissent paying ror the coal when order , d.
Matta price, $3 end $2 25 per ton.
Elamourg, oat. 25.—d3nd
COAL! COAL I I COAL I! I
'HE subscriber is now prepared to de
o liver to the citizma of Darrishorg either by_ the
Dori Deat, Load or aingle Too. the cloloeat kind or Wilke.
barrio, SOnburY, Wrens Valley and Plnegrore Coal,
heeled 1)A the Patent Weigh Cart, and WI weight
guarenteed. Ordore loft et my otll4e, 4th and Martel
will receive prompt attention
'Harrisburg, Oct. 30. 1881.-0w..1.
00/11! LOEB KitlltY COAL I !
THOSE who want the real Gennine Old
Fashioded'Phttarrove Coal from the Lotherry WON
the car Uvular ntherwtae, l a .1 1 19
Ge). GARYEKICII, Jr..
& S. Rahmad ofaue.
HOME MAN U FACTURE.
. ; rtil'artger.e4T Zor msvat.
r iliffE undersigned having opened' hie ,
timmfactory of Shirts ho., sit N 0.12 West libuiret..
street, Harrisburg, Ps , mos irespectielly 'notion" the
pattonago and attention of the ladies, Hentlemen•soW
ibierchasts to the Milowrog itasortmAnt of goodssill at
which aro our own matiullunuro :
La aco. Sca.,
'4Also the particular attention of the La dles` to our large
assortment of under garments &o (fro& the latest im
proved London and Paris styles,) Liv>tiv COLLARS,
CUFFS, SKTTd &0,, in great varieties, all of which being
our own maunufacture we will sell chetper Wan can be
renew' desirousof furnishing their own materials, sea
have nutting, sewing de., of every variety done nceord
lag to artier. Alt of the above named goods for Gents we tr.,
we will make to meatus, guarauteeing to fit, sad give
MAIM BaiSfilleilOCl to the purchaser for style. durability
And m terial. all special orders will be promptly at
tended to upon the shortest notioe and. meet reaamottsie
terms. Also Merchants supplied upon the most resew
P. S. Ladies wishing skirts or under garments of any
discription, can have them made to order by sending
sample of such kinds as may be desired.
JAMES A. LYNN, .
No. 12, Market street,
au29.dem Harrisburg, Pa.
Rooms next door to Hummel & Klilinger's Grocery
A large'srsortment of Gent lemenst Furnishing Hoods
&c , in addition to the above can aisli'ys be foutad classy
BOLD/ERB' NICK N.A.CIIIB
FOR Sale at
' anztut , s WIG AND FOTOY Mitk
Camp Writing ea;
Needle or Sewing Oases,
Shaving or Razor Owes,
Pocket Ink Stands,
India Rub rer Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather &Plativa Flasks,
Leather Drinking.eapik •
Pens, Penholders, Pencils. Paper, andfinvelepss,
Soldiers will see at a glance that the place to' get an
outflt in small wares Is at Ne 91, Market street.
Mir See "Fort Pickens" in the window,
1:12V3a3111 FUTALI3..M.I R.,
STATE Street near Third street, a few
doors below Brady's Hotel, Harrisburg. &S a ne
new Hearne ft.ady made Coinn4 always on lutairAii
neatly finished to order. 'Silver plates, Ste. Termi rea
sonable. tau3o-n3m*J • - C. 1141444.
GITM GO COD.B
FOR THE ARMY,
NOR A 3
Beds, Willows, Blankets. Coats, Caps,
Legging, Drinking; Cups, &c.,
WM. S. SEIAPPBB,
North Side Market Square, near Buehler's Hotel,
mrsvir BUCKWHEAT FLOUR I ,
4500 LBS. FAMILY .
; 4 , (.„ 12a. and
25A bap. ,Tlwquitty sei3r superior; havidS bed? 3 ,111 1-
gOeoltdeo l , l Y. Pr our ' etra trade. For Ws low by
FOU WY. DOOK, Jr., 3 90.