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s oorday 31orningt November 23,1861.
llasesome SERENADE —The hand formerly at
t aril to Col. Seigle's and latterly to Colonel
rite's regiment, favored our office with a
lawdsonie serenade on Thursday night, for
W hich ire are under many °Wig ttions.
Is Tows.----Wm. H. Armstrong, Esq., the
lopular member of the last, and member electthe of
next House or Representatives
Lv , Ail ing district, was in town yesterday,
lot.,:ing remarkably well. Mr. Armstrong is
prominently spoken of as a candidate for the
.;I,..iliersoip of tee nest House.
roes. --Before the Mayor.—Ellen Sharpe—a
~ine female —was arraigned for keeping bad
lows Remanded to the Lock-up.
0. J, on es--a soldier—was up for drunk=
and disorderly conduct. Discharged
it rep imand.
Levant Clark, was arraigned for vagrancy and
'will with an injunction to leave the
IF.fra;ll,llED PA99IOIOERS. Hon. John Pier
o. erected Governor of the State
3 (Western Virginia ;) Mr. Tarr,
I- nor, and Col. Wilkinson, of Gen.
lianand, also of 'Western Virginia,
Stout, M. C. from Oregon, and
'Phones El. Clay, of Kentucky, son of
( 'ay, passed through this city day before
,-t i) vs route to Washington.
Ili,. Fifty Seventh P.sylvania Regiment,
,;.,:sualeil by Colonel William Maxwell, of .
r ugnity, now at Camp Curtin, near thief
Iv, were to have moved to-day for Annapolis,:
I tml, and go thence with other regiments,'
t. I t Royal, South Carolina. The regiment
aol to the proper standard. The ten com
p:Mit ante commanded by Captains J. B. Moore,
city; Chase, of Titusville; Symington,
::tlawhecker, Maxwell and Hogland, of Mercer
o ,ty : Griffin and Caulking, of Tioga ; Peck,
~f Itradford, and Hord.
DAHLGREN GUES.-A large number of Dahl
irren guns have recently passed through our
city over the Pennsylvania Railroad from Pitts
burg to the Navy Yard at Philadelphia. A new
proving ground will soon be used, near Wall's
Station, on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Heavy
Jung will be proved there now constructing at
the Fort Pitt Works, and the necessity of un
shipping them will thus be avoided : The guns
are proved by ten rounds of service charges ;
the tiring, therefore, requires a longer time
than the Rodman guns; and a heavy cast iron
carriage has been constructed for them.
THE STATE EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION, called
to meet in our city next Tuesday, promises to
be very largely attended by the friends of edu
cation throughout the State. The objoet of the
Convention, es we have already stated, is to
promote harmony of feeling and unity of pur
po,e amongst the educationists of every class
and department of operation in the State ; and,
so far as expedient and possible; to combine the
whole into one united system, sustained by
common effort. Arrangements have been
made with the Railroads to facilitate the at
tendance of persons who contemplate partici
pating in the Convention.
CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATING COMMITTER.
The committee appointed by the House of Re
presentatives at the last session of Congress to
examine into alleged frauds in army contracts,
will commence its sessions at the Jones' House
in our city this morning. The following are the
names of the Congressmen who compose the
committee : Messrs. Van Wyck, New York,
Cionrman; Davis, Massachusetts ; Steele, New
Jersey ; Washburn, Illinois ; Holman, Indiana;
Fent,u, New York, and Jackson, Kentucky.
It is expected that the committee will remain
here for several days ; but of course their see-
Wione will not be open to the public, nor their
proceedings known until submitted in the form
et a report to the next Congress.
''KX.l9t LITICRARY SOCUrrY.—We learn
that a literary IltiOLl with the above name
has been formed in this civil young men w ho
are desirous of improving thomselies in litera
ture, composition, ethics, &c. Their motto is
the Greek words "Kaninomen hianthera," or
"we strive to learn." They meet every Wed
nesday evening hi the Cadets of Temperance
Hall, North Second street. At the firlitlWar"
meeting, held last Wednesday evening, they
organized by electing the following oflicers
serve the ensuing term : President, William T.
Bishop, Jr.; Vice President, Oliver B. Yoder ;
Eliot., G. Washington Fenn; Treasurer, Lu
ther Stroup; Recording Secretary, Thomas J.
Finney ; Corresponding Secretary, Irvin S.
now Boas. The society is a good institution ; and
that the long winter evenings are upon us,
we hope to see it well sustained.
Cut Rr PROCEEDINGIB.—Coutt met at 8,1 o'clock
kuk. vs. James Davis, charged with exhibi-
I'LL! ~true pictures. Guilty.
uk vs. Rudolph Garman et al, charged with
qn , piracy, on oath of ',arialt Rutter.
Garman, Barbara Garman, Jane
I,iirivati, Nancy Garman and David Shatter
F 411 14 ; and Abraham Garman, John Garman
aid Fred. Baker not guilty.
' .kk. vs. John Corcoron, indicted at the last
kkt for involuntary manslaughter of John
rkk, the 29th of July, 1861, at the upp e
f the county. Not guilty.
u. vs. John Waltzer, charged with assault
mttery, on oath of J. Calvin Rawn. Plead
• Clarks charged with larceny,
' • kt it of Ludwig Willa. Not guilty.
Andrew J. Knepley, charged with
auaterfeit money. Plead
Laud. guilty. and
vs Frederick Keeney, charged with as
sault aed battery, on oath of George Monet
4.41 When onr report closed.
ALTERED Brun.—There are altered bills of the
denominations of $5, $lO and $2O, on the Al
lentown Bank in circulation.
A PATRIOTIC LADY.—The Union Guards,
Capt. Diller of Hanover, York county, now sta
tioned at Camp Curtin, were recently made the
recipients of fifty gum blankets, the gift of a
patriotic lady named Mies. Rebecca Billmyer, of
Hanover. This is certainly a highly patriotic
and generous gift, and the "boys" doubtless
appreciate her generosity to the fullest extent.
DEsratterws Fraz.—A few nights since the
dwelling house of Mr. Henry Rungey, on the
line. of the Northern Central Railroad near
Wolf's Station, was totally destroyed by fire,
communicated to the roof of the building by
sparks from the locomotive attached to one of
the freight trains. So rapid was the progress
of the flames, that very few of the articles in
the house were saved. The loss will be from
$BOO to $9OO, which is, we are informed, par
tially covered by insurance.
A MAN DROWNED AT SAYE HARBOR.-011 Sat
urday George Ottinger started from Safe Harbor
on a duck hunt. He was seen to load his gun
with a charge unre tsonably heavy before he left
the bank of the river ; in the evening the re
port of a gun was heard on the river, and on
Sunday morning the boat on which the unfor
tunate man bad gone out was found below the
dam upside down. It is supposed that either
his gun exploded and killed him, or that owing
to the heavy charge the recoil threw him from
the boat. Deceased leaves a wife and child to
mourn his loss.
A Bra SHAKE.- The editor of the Lancaster Ex
press has received several communications relative
to a shock or series of shocks felt in Lancaster
county last Wednesday, shortly before noon.
At the Bird-in-Hand, two distinct shocks were
felt, and in' Bart three windows were sensibly
shook and houses jarred. His correspondents offer
various surmises as to the cause of the pheno
menon, but the editor - seems to think that the
true explanation is furnished by the telegraph
dispatch announcing the explosion of three of
Dupont's powder mills at Wilmington list
Wednesday. This may possible be the case, but
if so it was a big shake.
THEIR NAMES Alin Coenrrnat.—the names of
the two soldiers, noticed in last Wednesday's
TELEGRAPH as having been badly injured by
colliding with a covered bridge on the Northern
Central Railroad, while riding on the top of
a car, were Corporal David Smith and private
Win. M. Tate of Company C. Capt. Hicks,
Seventy-sixth Pennsylvania Regiment. It was
during'the passage of the regiment in the train
from this city to Baltimore that the accident
occurred. Corporal Smith had his right cheek
badly cut to the bone, the wound being several
inches in length and extending to the eye. He
also received several contusions on his forehead.
Private Tate was more seriously injured, receiv
ing a out over the right eye and on the nose,
and was also internally injured. On the arrival
of the train at Baltimore, a carriage was obtain
ed by . Captain Hicks and they were conveyed to
the Adams House Hospital, where they were
pby—.s l .ln one of the wards and are now receiv-
Intl the - necessary attentions of Assistant Sur
geon Dm. Charles Page and George Taylor, and
Aisistuits, Drs. William LoCgshaw
and Samttel'Wiel.', The condition of Tate is re
'garded as somewhat critical, but Smith will re
cover in a few days. ,
Yeas: ASTAIII3.—We clip the following items
of news from the York Republican: On Friday
last, the officers ands. inmates of the York
County Hoipital were somewhat alarmed by the
discovery that a bed in one 'of the rooms had
caught fire, and was burning quite furiously.—
The proper steps were at once taken to prevent
a conflagration, and the -flames were soon ex
tinguished by a copious. application of water
from buckets. ' The excitement in the , building
is said-,to have been
. very great fora time, but
the alarm did not get outside. We did not
learn the origin of the fire, but it was moat pro
On Sunday morning at an early hour a de
tachment of U. 8. Marines numbeang about
800 men passed through this place on a train
from Baltimore bound to the west. Their ap
pearance elicited considerable interest among
• those who saw therm, but owing to the unseason
ablerms of the hour at which they passed, but
i few were present at the depot.;
Information having-been received at Wash
ington that a certain individual. wholias been
acUng as a spy mild secret agent of the Confed
*Me &lien:Latent, was engaged in enlisting re
crtelfirin York county for the Federal army, an
!officer was sent hither to arrest him if he could
!be found. We have not_ yet apcprtaMed whe-
Ither . he has been successful in his mission.
Mai Wommao..--Tbe York Republican says
lhatoldr. Robert Irwin, who waa injured about
!three weeks since by falling from the cars at
Conewago siding on the Northern Central Rail
road, and suffered the :amputation of his left
leg is, we are happy to say, rapidly recovering
.under the professional services of Dr. E. H.
Pants, assisted by Dr. Kerr_ He still remains
at the York County Hospital,• were he receives
.every attention that can conduce to his comfort
The young man, whose leg was broken at
the time of the accident near Howard tunnel,
on the same Railroad, is now so far recovered
that he is.able to leave his bed though he is
compelled to resort to the use of crutches.—
Ile has been staying during hisillness at King's
Railroad Hotel, in York.
Mr. Thomas Plats, who was injured last sum
mer by the running off the track of a locomo
tive on the N. C. R. R.. by which his foot was
painfully crushed, has also, after a protracted
and tedious confinement, been enabled to get
out again. He is also compelled to use crutch
es, as his injury is far from being entirely well ,
again. He has been attended by Dr. E. H.
Pent; of York.
Mr. Daniel Plats, who was alio injured on
the railroad is still confined to his bed in -York,
and thongh his recovery is expected it will nee
ieemrily be a considerable time before he will be
able to get nixintagain.
Wood ' ai advertisementirkwth e
Pcutiogluctitta 014 ittlitgtaph, iktitiVbalf fflorning, Novemba 23, 1861
THE FR ALE SOLDIM —Sophia Crider,' the
young lady who played soldier at Camp Curtin,
near this city about two months ago, and who was
subsequently arrested on a charge of firing a
barn at Plainfield; Cumberland county, h`as been
set at liberty—the Grand Jury having die
missed_the charge, as no proof of her guilt was•
[C , rreepoodeoce of the Telegraph.]
November 21, 1861
Ma. Enrroa :—As I saw a communication in
your paper from a lady, desiring information
about mittens with thumb and finger, I think
i can furnish her with the desired information.
A pair of these mittens are at the Pennsylvania
House, in possession of Mrs. Captain Samuel
Crochet a chain of 46 stitches and unite the
chain, then, crochet three rows plain ; 4th row
widen two stitches where the chain unites ;
omit and widen alternate rows until the 11th
row—always widening where the chain unites.
Then omit widening-for three rows i • 14th row
commence widening again alternaterows until
the 18th row.; after widening on the 18th row,
make a chain of 4 stitches for the thumb, mak
ing the thumb about 22 stiches around. Crochet
11 rows for the thumb and narrow it rapidly ;
return to the inside of the hand, ard -crochet
8 rows ; then commence the finger, which is to
be 20 stitches round. Crochet •twelati or thir
teen rows for the finger. Finish the mitten a
row or two longer, than the ,finger and narrow
rapidly. This mitten is to be knit out of stock
These mittens are much liked by the doldiers,
as they are very warm and they have 'the free
use of their hand. If yoAme. , obtain the Phil
adelphia Inquirer . of Nodnuber 11th, you will
see the directions for knitting three different
kinds of soldiers mittens. Yours,
A "New England lady" also responds to this
call for information in this matter by furnish
ing the following directions :
"Cast twenty-six stitches on each needle.
Rib two inches two.and two. • Commence the
thumb by taking two stitches between these two
seam stitches. Knit three rounds between each,
widening until you have twenty ; take these
twenty off for the thumb, make twelve stitches,
then decrease every other round at the begin
ning and end of the twelve until only three of
the increased stitches remain. Knit a little
more than au hi& plain: Now for the finger
take off twenty stitches, make tvrelve, and' knit
the, same as at the thumb ; knit about an inch
and a half plain, then;narrow every sixth stitch;
knit six rounds, then every fifth, and five
rounds, and so on. Then take up. the finger,
narrow to twenty-nine stitches, make , the finger
a little shorter than the mitten; now the thumb;
reducing the stitches to WAY." •
FURS, Fuss, Fuas.—sl,ooo worth , of fare re
ceived from New York auction; 100 fur capes
ane mull, from $3 up to $l2, worth double ; 25
doz. hoop kskirta for 50c., 76c. and $1 25.; 100
cloaks for $2, $2 60, $3 60: up , to $lO, very
cheap. A large assortment of traveling bags,
baskets and satchels; 100 pieces of splendid
dark calico at 8 and 10 cents a yard—of stock
ings we have a full assortment for ladies, men,
and children, woolen and cotton, at 121, 18 and
20 cents ; 36 large woolen blankets ; "b 0 pieces'
canton flannel, at 121 centi; red, yellow and
white flannel, very cheap ; 50 pleats of ' white'
curtin fringes at half price ; beautiful set floW
era De Lakes, at 22 -and. 26 dents ; received a
new lot of shirt breasts, beemtifttl styles, at S.
Lewy's wholesale and retail dry good store.
Wholesale buyers we would eipecialliinvite to,
our large stock, - to which we receive additions'
most everyday from New York auction.
Sesroan's Casuarina., Hardwas = Tp. ,set in.
Brick, Portable or as Fireplace Beaters. , The
Healers known for warming .Dmell-;
ings, Churches, Schools, 80. Send to lamas
BERT, agent at Harrisburg, for a full discription•
and an unparalleled mass of testimony. •
Tat Cosnorotars parlor coal stove . with
sting ventilator and gas burning attachment, intro- .
duced one year ago, already ranks as the leading,
stove for Parlors, Sitting Booms 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 establishment of LYX&N.
GILBERT, Market street. tf.
DR. CHEESRMAN'S PILLS
Prepared by Cornelius L Cheaseman, M. D.,
fiIEIE combination of ingredients in these
j_ Pills are the resulted a iong and entannsiyo tinn'
'hey are mild in their operatkm, and certain in correcting
all irregularitiatcPahafid hienstruations, removing all ab
stractions, whether from cold or otherwise, headaches
pain In the Bile. palpitation of the heart, whites, all nar
row, alPetions, byeterieit, fatigue, .pain in the beak and
limbs, &e., disturbed sleep, which arises from intereup -
Lion of nature.
TO MARRIED LADIES,..
Dr. Cheeseman% Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have
been disappo nted in the use of other Pills can pliltui the
utmost confidence in Dr. Oheeseman's.Pilla doing all that
they represent to do..
There is one cenditiths'qf the leinale Sistine (a Whark * the
Plus cannot be taken without ,prettateats a PEOULLI R
RESULT. The eondibien riteridAto is PREGNANCY—
the result ILISCARRIAVE Rath is the irresistib is, ten-,
dewy of the essedialne' rxreetore the sexual Leo ik
lama! condition, that 64:111 4Ae reproductive power of us
tura menet resist it.
Warranted. purely vegetable, and „free from anything
Injurious. Explicit dtrectionsorblott Moshe be road. *-
company each box. ,Frlottea. Ainal,l* mail on enclos
ing al to Da. (Annum L. Chmasoun,Box 4,6111„ Poet
Me, New York Qty.
told by onerDraggetthe every town In the thilketkEte44ol
R B. auromblos,
General Agent for the finked States. _
14 Broadway. Now
To whom all wtolesale 0rder001,1,11,4 b. 01194!•
• cloy2a d,kwly
The only Harmless. and. lieliable Dye -Known
AR others are mere imitadons, and thbuld flus'avoided
if you 'wish to escape ridicale.
GREY, ItED OR REMIT. HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Blum, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
,FIFTEEN DMZ AND DPLONAS ligv4 beiWinwiti.v/
ded to Ws. A. BATOELLOR einw 18 9,and over 200,000
applications have been nutlet° the hair of the patrons
of his &moue 0 a.
Wit. A. RA HAIR ,DYE - Produces a color
not to be detiogalisbed from dataie add ik waist:lain
not to injure in the least, however kow it may be ebetbl
ued, and the ill (Weds of bad Dvearethedledt The hiOr
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is pr 4.-
erly applied at No. IS dead Street New 'Yak. •
Sold lo Wipe Ghee end towns of the palttpd Eltatste, by,
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name " WiltlapA. ButolAblet t "
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the . four
sides of each box,
HELM.BOLD'S =TRW'? BUCHII,
THE GREAT DIUREISC.
HELEBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
H:ELMBOLD , 3 EXTRACT HUMID,
THE GREAT . DIGRETIO:
And a Positive and Swifts Remedy for Diseases of the
Gravel,i' " Dropsy,'
And all. Diseases of Me Inbar) , Organs.
See Adverthiemeit in another 00kOak. , = CM it enti ang
semi for the Ilediteneminnee.t...
4•-A , BEWARR OF OORNERRERTS..
"Mita" for the Soldiers.
IMPORTANW. To PIM ALE
NEW YORK CITY.
HAIR DYE! . ItAgi yrFil,l
Wm. A. Bataeibeg Hair 'l)ire;l
Wholesale:F=ou, WOW 81,
late 233 Broadway, New York
dARr)*) THE LA.DIEs
OR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
' ' , Read the to to ing tuirithicateu otie'of th 4 flr's t
ladies in Utica, Ni Y., who called upon my agents in that
cly (Mr. Wm. Bristol h C 0.,) and told th , m that liri,o - Lf
course, did not ons her name made public, but if any
one shotild doubt the won •erful efficiency of fits. Dtrroar.
co's Golden Pills, they might refer any lady to her, as
she consieered it a duty, as well as .41, Pie tsO tth to her
ihibtkledge cif . •Gthfr eilloacy,'sk . administered' to her
daughter, a young lady 17 years 041. r . he was fast go
ing into cons Amptinn—had taken cold—nature became
ousiructed Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire.
ly cured her, and sue is new in rebind health
"We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions accompanying etch box Price sl.
Sold wholesale and retail by C. K. kattas, (t.ruggiat.)
91 Marker street, (sole agent for) Harrisburg, ea. By
sending him Sl 00 through' the Ilarriabtirg Non Office
the Ma will e sent confidentially by mill to any part
of the country; "free of'postage. •••.
N. B.—Loeb out Mr counterfeits. bey no Wildcat Yllit
'of any kind unities the box. ti idgned S 0. Hborri.' A 1
Wears is a base Imposition and unsafe; therefore, a
you value your flip uad lstai.lllt, (tii(.9l7 nothing of he
Mg humbugged out of your money,) buy only of that
who show the signature of S. D. Howe on every bok,
widish has recently a,en ridded arkmkint of the PUJI.
opine rorinter , re;tne. Th. ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to' every Agent, and they
are safe, and will perform all claimed for them.
Sold a lso by, I'. L Lumberger, Lebanon ;. A. J. Haut
man, Mechanicsburg ; Marks, Lewistown ;B. Elliott,
Caritas B. G. Wild, b'ewville ;1. C. Altiok. Shippenk.
burg;3 Spangler, Obambersburg; filer, York
.1. M. Wed; Wrightsville ; 8. 8. Stevens, Pending ; and
Ki P. Hunter ' Reading, and by "one druggist" in every
town and villrge in the Felted States, and b.
S. D. ROWE.
Solo rrapriptor, New York
MAN 1300 D
HOW LOST HOW RISTORED
Ttrsir - Published isa Sealed Envelope ;
Price 6Ms A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment,
and radleal OurVor.9Pioniatorrhoia or Seminal Weak
ness, Involuntary gantssione, Seine' Debdity,,andlmpol
Epilepsy and Ma: identu.l and Physloai Incapacity re
suldng rrom rielf Alla" Ati:.—BY J. , LIM VER.
WELL, Y D., Author of the Oran Bonk..dk. "A Boon
to Th ousand"' of &Worm." sent' under nealOrink plath
envelope, to soy . addrag' peal 'paid; on' receipt 'sit
cents, or two postage stamne, by Dr. CH. J. O. MAN t,
127 Buvrery;,Ndvi York, Post tfilee, 0d14586. -
sep944w3m ` r ".)
Books for the Militaryl
JIIST.REMVED AT BEEGNER'S CHEAP
BOOKSICktE, No. 61 garket street.
R a.RD E E'S TACTICS
Rifle add Light Infantry Tactics,. for the exer
cise end manceuvresof Troops when acting as
Light Infantry or Riflemen. Prepared under
the direction of the War Department. By Bre
vet Lieutini&X . Colonel W. J. HARDEE, EL S.
. Vol. I.—Schools of the Soldier and Company ;
Instructions for 64irmishers. Vol. IL—School
NS CR IJOTION3 TY FIELD ARTILLERY
Prepared',iwy Board - of Artillery Officers.=
One vol. 80:$. $2.50. •
Con. S. Cooria,,Adjt.-Gen. U. 8.. A.
Sir :—The Light Artillery Board assembled
by Special Orders NO, 184, o 1866, and Special
Orders No. 118,.0r 1858, Murtha 'honor to sub
mit a reiriselitystem Of -Light Artillery Tactics
and Regulations reoommended for that arm.
WM. H. FRENCH, Bt. Maj. Capt. First Artil
WILLIML-F.BARRY . , Captain First Artillery.
RENItYI'. HUNT, 13t. Maj. Capt. Sacked Ar
- PublialUxi by order of the - War Department.
First Part—School of the Trooper ; of the Pla
toon and of the Squadron Dismounted.. Second
Part—of "the Platoon `•and 'of the Squadron
Mounted. Third Partf—Evolutions- of- a Regi
• • Three Velez ;18mo. $8.76:
Waa DiP4342Cin WASBINGTON,
February 10, 1841.
The *tem of Cavalry Uedcs iidapted to the
organisation of DvegOtal regiments, havi
been approved by the President of the - pniW.
Stated,islidiv — publistied for `the government of
thesaid service. .
AcoordisigiNinstraction ; buthseame-will be
given kaki-tat MeithOd poinitxl" , ont therein;
an 4 4 4043 1 9"5itd:?•, or, cloPArtmee from. the ex
ercises mid mancenivres laid down in this slrstem
J. B. PCIINSETT, Secretary of War.
M'CLELL.A.I4 'S BAYONET EXERCISE.
Manual of Bay o aoExerniSee. Prepared for
the die'ef i t tlig Arrai the United States. By
GEOBOB 13. M'CLELLA.N, Capt. First .Regi
niefit'CavalrY, 11. S. it.. Printed' by order of
the War Departnunt.
-One vol. 12.1n0. $1.25.
`ibieimuenrurs or , lam Amer,
WataniraTom, D. C., Dec. 81,1861;
Hon. C. DiAmutAtt, Secretary of War.
Sir I have the Vonor to submit
a system of Bayonet Exercise translated from
French by Captain Geo. B. JeClallan, Corps,
ENO:Mere, 13 S: Army.
I. strongly recommend. its being printed-for
dfitribilticer to the Army ; and that ilmade, by
regulation, a part of the "Systimi of Instruc
The inulosed extracts frum reports of the In
spector Wink', etc., show the value.
I have the honor to be, sir, with high respect,
your incolOoltedieht servant; - . •
Named. '' O. M.'CONRAD, Secretary of War,
January 2, #'862.
R. JONES , Adjutant•Genend.
fAttu( the above woks forwarded by mail,
iiitage, on theirebeipt of the published
prim., Remittance can be mad, in gold dollars
andjOstakci. stamps . Address
' GM. RDOTNER; AUrriaburg, Pa.
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ik . tee'iti;iaiiitiie.
, - ipirlitill,f,
O a P,.FF 0$ Nk, .
4 * A
4 4'," -...; !. ',. 11 . 1 44 . 48 413 A0ZIER .SiOtß,
T! • .
It dresses the hair without-golfing theiingers.• -
.1t effects a eaviug.erwee.)seltinAlte use of hair proper
*toes Away with greasy hair- oil bottles.'
Itie handsomer artide than the conionnitikirbrinda.
regulatealhe qnstititynt fluid uied,len drag.
It is perfectly nosy and oenppt spill over In the trunk
or On the '
carries enough of any preparation West for a voy
we or odkotil know.
us rice modgrate, and it saves its own mat in three
For ea. yfty.r.h,Ber,ll , :brig aikdatancy:Slori g 91 Market
street two doors eas of Fourth street, south side.
Ert. 141 vnirEctAXtll
ADE trom choice . end aa ea ted A pp ea,
a: • did aparanteedly esbeitileili pure.
e 12.1 WM. DOOR * CO.
trin r ittlgkAcl-:iwbee- And friJefirin one
1 1 4 1
r"24kg. r 11 . koth: iargktoni soon
" l ak- e g r ithir ml , Cad ligcluck° ortrooskiss
marltet rates always
align Opposite the Court limit
HELMBOLD , S GENUINE PREPARATION
CONCIINTR ATM' ,
CCSIPi.UND FLUID EX (TACT BBC
A Positive sod §pecido Itemody
Pbr Messes or the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGs.
nde Medicine Intneaces the power of Digestion, and
ezeitea the ABSOREE.NTS iet" , healthy action, by which
the wATPIRY OR CAI CARROUS depositions, and all UN
NATURAL ANL/aII:ER.)IM are reduced, ad well
PAIN AND INFLASI 4TIoN, and Is good for
111 M, WOME N OR CHJIDCEN.
HEGMBOLD'S IX fRACT BOOM,
Arta.ng from EXcesees, Habits of Dissipation, Early In
discretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Lou of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Week Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefuiness,
iiimam el Vision, Pain in the Beek,
Univerealleasitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands; Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruption on t , ..3 Face,
PALI ID WONTENAHOE,
These symptoms, If allowed to go on, which this med
icine invariably removes. soonfollows
IMPOTBNCVFATWIT, EPILEPTIC.' Firs,
IN ONIS OF WHICH THETATIENT MAY EXPIRE.
Who ban key that they are not frequeotbr followed by
those .DIRBEUL DISEASES,"
"INEANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering,
RUT. ECM WILL CONFESS..
TEL RECORDS IOF THE INSANE A SYIUMS,
- - Ana Om Aliksnalasi Den Wby Ctosmittitptiois,
BEAR .41%p lemma . ro TB' mann dirins Annarrion.
THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH
Requires the. aid of medicine to strengthen and
Invigorat the System,
Which Eitunnumoa EXTRACT MICELI i•earinbist does
A TRIAL WILL 00141101T111 RIM 1111211111CIA.L.
eLD OR YOENGi SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEEPLA
. TIMI MARRIAGE.
IN MANY AITEMIONS PEOULIAR TO FEMMES,
the Extract Bache is unequalled by any other remedy,
as In tihioresie pr o Itetentlee,lrremularlty.painiaineee, or
thiPpreAkiri or 'thistounary Ificeraiedi. or
SMlThimelitele ofithelitertia; lababotheite Whites, Steril.
Ry, and tor all complaints incident to the sex, whether
arising from' IndlscreUom l Habits of Dissipation, or to
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF M".
SKI maxeroxi Awns
NO FAMILY SHOUiD BE WITHOUT IT I
Tau ao mats BUSILY, /ikerlier, oa umaesatar Klan
OINItIPOR ITXPAZINAX'S AND Dilialllol7B DIARAALs.
HELMBOLEYS za - utAcr BOORU
In all their Stages, At little Expense;
Little orno ohange.in Diet; No Inconvenie .ce;
And f/10 &apo►nrd.
It causes a frequent desire and given Strength to Urinate,
thereby removing ObstrantiOns.
Preventing and Curing Strioturefof tno Urethra,
allaying Pain and luxnammation so frequent In the
class of diseases, and expelling all.4"ofsesimis, Amused
and Woradad Nagar.'
tneuessos urox Itorrams
TIM HAVE 131Lgar VIE VICTIMS OR QUACKS,
and whelhave paid
.usavv,rsas to be cured la a short
time, have found they were deaelvrd,And that the 'PO/.
Sod" has, by the use of ‘•POWAIISUL asranrassin," been
dried up in the system, to breuw.. out in an aggravated:
PillititAPS AFIRE MARRIAOR.
Use EZIMBOLD'a Easier Buono for all affections and
diseases of the
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whatever came orlginatlm and no matter of
ROW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these Organs require th•sild of DIURETIC.
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
13 ME GREAT DIURETIC,
And le certain to hive the desired eflisit in all Diseases
FUR WHICH TI 13 RECOMMENDED.
Evidence of tAa most reiiibie and reiponsade character
will aneouipany the tuedidell.
CERTIPICATAS OF CURES,
troth! 020 yearn standing,
Wire Nuns zutowat to
SCIENCE AND FAME.
51.00 perbtottle, or oix-for
Delivered to any address, toourely puked from obaer
DEXIRIBE SYMITOSIN rs ALL COMIUNICATLONS
Cures thisiraitteed 1 Aaiun Gratis!
Personally appeared Were tne, au Alderman or the
city et Peliardalpete, EL rim betig duly
eempeviothipay t tWpfteemerlaest &Man a.) oar .otte uo
me ,'or otter imjerious dress, but are puree;
, R. T. HELMS°. D.'
Sarona,andanbaoritted.bater• me, WM P. 34 4.1 , ,11 . No
vember, DE4. WM- P. SIMARD, Alderman,.
- Motu St. strove Raft, Phila.
Address letters Ma informs Alas is eentldenoe to
Depot, 1011 South Tenth St., eel. Uneatnut, Philo,
BEWARE OF cotxTe.4t.warrs
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose —uF lOmt own" and !Irina"
tittanuine Preparation , •
4- Litract, Be ha,
" Improved Rose Wash.
B Sold trar by C. R. Keller, D. Yr; Grose, J. Wyet, C..A
AND ALL Dauarasr3 BrEßrfnucip.
ASEPOR IDUISOLD'S. TAKE NO MOM.
Cat out the advertarement and send for it. 41 4 ,„
- AND AVOID IMPORMO N AND EXPOSEEIX,
FOR SEWING , )449.0HERBei
JONAS BROOK &
PRIZE -IgET)A.L SPOOL COTTON.
200 di 500 YDS WHIM, BLACK i 2 COLORED.
11.11 Z thread•being made pertiCiWirty, for
RUSTIC. Its strength la not impaired by.salting, nor
by friction of the needla. For Machines, ism Brooks'
PI1"91"44 FOR MT= T
and *Aka ribiatipx (ktrd, Bed Ticket ? , ar;
FOR 17NDER TE1141),
Sold by respec i tablo tlealwn throughootple country.-
1010, INCAS'S Or 100 wised sacs, LticoffrWloel , by
WM. RENS if 'BM ltd, Sole Agent.
noo.d6m 36 yesey stinted, Mew York.
biLli LEAF MATITIESSES,
corrog TOP maTnilssit,
- 15100118 Ate.;
a tread sad for sale at the very lowest - ratektOr dash.
Heir Mattresses sad Spin Bottaxisitualtrito Skier.
SOMASi, t.„ „IC/ L
. • JELAIR
, 141 4 / 1 11104331$ acc .•
Reviiiica rise& equal to new very
.0 4 1164
No. 109 Market street, betwilkusrtti
Harrisburg Blind Manufactory
SECOND STREET BELOW CHESTNUT.
VENIT - BLINDS made to order, and
all repairing neatly and expeditiously done. Per
sons at a distance can nave Weir work, done by addres
sing a letter to the undersigned. 'Thankful for past pat
ronage be hopes, by strict attention to Malaita, to merit
a continuance of the same. IfirSailsfaaton guaranteed
both mite prices and work.,
A. R. &HARP.
ROYAL QUARTO DIOTIONARY
Tlll1 -beet defining and pronouncing
dewy of the English language ; A l so, Worcooter ,
lieboul Dictionaries. Webster's Pictorinl Quarto RD'
Ribool Dictionaries for sale ait
apl3-11 Near th e Karrhiburg Bridge,
good oiseta, one' , aaitable as a
horse, the other ea .a draught horse._ ..-
nire or George Elutaagie,_ThLra street s between Market
nd Waliint;lnniteirftsw. no6-dit
ATS T' OATS r Ca ar Amid for Oats
)1, 1.4 _di, 1 011 A- 1 - 41
"B DRUG ST RE is the plus
to And nartning in the wey Parttunery.
• STEAM WEEKLY
431, BETIVAIS NEW TOSE
L.l,sii/INti AND EMBARKING PAS
..- NOSH, at QUStieSTOWIe, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool New Cork and Philadelphia litsamehip company
intend despatching their full powered Clyde-built Woo
Steamships as follows
EDINBURG, Betorday November 23 ; CITY AN
CHNSTER. Saturday, November 30 ; BMA, Saturday De
cemeer 7 ; and every Saturday, at Soot), from Pier 40,
urn Olf PASSAGE
FIRST CABIN 00
. E I' F.BRAGE ..... $3O CO
do to L0nd0n....480 00 do to London ..733 00
do to Paris $B6 00do to Parts .... $3B 00
do to Hamburg.,sB6 00 1 do to Hamburg 695 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rotter
dam. Antwerp, &0., at equally low rates.
serperanns wishing to bring suttbeir Mende am bay
tickets here at the following rates, to New York: Prom
Uverpool or Queenstown; Ist *ado, $76,346 and $lOB .
from Uverpo.i 640 00. From...Queenstown,
Those Steamers have superior seconswortaPos
Passengers, and carry experienced Surgeoos e lthey are
built in Water-tight Iron Sechog+, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board.
For further information apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Water Street; is Glasgow to WM.
INMAN, 5 St. Enoch Square ; Queenstown to C. &W.
D. BRV MOOR & CO. ; in London to EOM & MALY, GI
Ring William St. ; in Part+ to iIILUS DECODE, 6 Place
de la Beane ; in Philadelphia to .10 'IN G, 111 &LE, 111
Walnut street ; or at ono Company's offices.
JNO. G. DALE, Agent,
lb Broadway., New York.
Or CI 0 Timmerman agent, Harrisburg.
gar PASt.INGERS FOR BURGFR.—By enter of the
Secretary of etate, a I passengers leaving tire United
Sista are required to procure Pagroorts before going on
board the St ainer. JOHN G. DALO, aorta.
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVER%
COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH CART&
pill. SE Weight Carte are certifled by the
Sealer or Weights and Measures. Consumers can
weigh their coal at their own doom It is of vita Im
portance during these har.l times for every one to kwow
that they err vane secru. swim moon.
A large supply or Coal always to be round on band,
LYKENB VALLEY all sista.
BALTIC. CO'S WILKSBAHRE, oil
LOKBERRY CO tL , (tho genuine ardelo,)
Sold by the car load or single ton
All coal of the brat quality, delivered free from all Im•
puriti s AT PAWN TO SOIT TIM Tots. by the boat or car
load, single, halt or third of tons and by toe bushel.
JAMES hi. WILIELIIB..
Harrisburg, Nov. 6, 1861.—y
COAL! COAL !!
$B, AND $2 26 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. FORSTER,
IVFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
I 7 tin Canal, Mot of North street Wholesale awl Re
tail dealer la
BROAD 70P COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon obtlining.a first-rate
article, and fall wa,ght, at the towel, rote,. Orders
promptly attended ro. AI Lord Juni. male le pur
chasers paying for the coal widen nrder•d.
Present price, $3 and $2 25 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 25.—d3m
COAL! COAL ! 1 COAL I! 1
s HE sabacriber is now prepared to do
liver to the whams of Harrisburg either by the
(lir, Boat, Lied or single Ton, tne idol:est kind of WHIM
barre, Sunbery, 14 kens Valley and Musgrove Old,
hauled oat by the Patent Weigh Cart, and full weight
gnitreutesA. Orders left at my ollLe, 4th acid Mute,
will receive prompt attention
D aVID bIoC4RIIIOK
Harrisburg, Oct. 30, 1801. -6w4*
COAL I LORBVR.R.Y coati l I
rtGOSE who *ant the real Genuine Old
Feahtoned Ihnegreve Coal from the Lorberry Mose
(by the car load or otherwise-} soPIY to
Ol4). G &SW:RICH, Jr.,
& S. Railroad °Moe.
SHIRTS I SHIRTS I! SHIRTS I I I
riIHE undersigned saving opened . ' his'
11 Manntuaory of Shirts kc., at NO. 12 West theitet
street, Harrisburg, Pa , 111011 ;respectfully eon*: the
pau wage and auenuon or the Ladles, Gentlemen' Ind
lambent* to the following assortment of goods all of
which are our own manufacture
8111 d fa,
BLURT Bike' iLS,
1410EIT 81301114. 1 ,
3Also the particular attention of the Ladles to our lug*
assortment of under gartneate , (from the latest , int.
revved London and Paris stylea) COLLARS,
Cl 51 &MU he., in great varieties, ad of which behei
Our own matomfacture we will lull cheaper than oan bo
?stuns desdrows of furnishing their own MiderAln.llsll.
have awing, sewing ate., , of every variety dettestooord.,
ingsnertier. sherds. &trove neatodgoods forGeats wear
we willanito ie measure, guaranteeing to sad lOW
On .e naliefectilmi tno Muldieser for. sallsashirOliMy
ap4 - jg Whit all spacial orders will be grewW.
tended to upon the shortest name and most reasonable
terms.. also Merchants supplied upon the most reason
able tarsus. .
P. S. Ladles wishing skirts or ander garment, Of Any
diserlplion, auk have them made to order by .aeuding
sample of such kinds as may be desired.
JAMES A. LYNN,
w _de m NO Altratoil;;,
44411A - a"taxi dooi Hummot &Strlor'
A large assortment of Gentlemens' Puroiehlng Goods
fin , In addition to the above can always be Ichtid cheap
SOLDIERS' NICK ICAO/PA
'VCR Sale at
j: FILLER'S DRUG Lisp FANCY STORE
Camp Writing closes,
Needle or Sewing Cases,
Shaving or Razor Cases,
Pocket Ink Stands,
Pocket Knives, •
India Bubter Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather & Platina Flasks,
Leather Drinkin i t o cups.
likscorPenhotietv,. PaleHs, Paper, ansEavel I I
Soldiers will tee at a glance that the pt to oat an
outfit In email Wares is at Be 91, 1161ret meet.
“Fort Mkt nl3" In the window,
. , -: -. . . •.• : i , :
-•-. • • -:- :S:: 7 - ,ij
STAT.FrEitreet near Third etre - et, a few
dam below Brady's Hotel, klaxrjeperg. ..e, s ea
n e w He a rs e Ready made Collins always on band and
neatly finished to order. Silver plates, an, ,Terme,
le. [tu3o-o3ait*] O, BAK*
GUM GOOD S
rook - THE ARMY,
suns A. 5
Beds, APillowa f Blankets. Coats, oas
LeggiAs, Drinking; Cups, &c.,
NOB. MIS BY -
WU. S. SISAPFER,
North SidaMarketSquare, near Buehleee Rotel,
NEW BUCZ.WELE AT FLOUR !
509- 1,88.2 FAMILY BOCK
‘10141117,401:7R (Fitts) In /Asia
MOM" bare. ' 1 einislity is very superior, Lsvlag ban l&
selected °sprawly for our reit , ' trade. for We low by
noel WM. DOCK, Jr., & Oa