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~ I,vr , , aaterted in the Local Column, or
• I Dvatlag, NlVit ChNTS FEE LINE 10r
At.,. . and Deaths to bo charged as :regular ad
Os and after Monday, Nov. 26th, 1861, the
Dais will close as fellows :
LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD.
- or 3.1 places between Harrisburg
slid Philadelphia, and adja
tnt to the line of the Leba
at Valley, Philadelphia and •
heading, and East Pennsylva
nia ltailroads.—WAY MA1L...7.80 A. M.
'or all places adjacent to the line of
the railroad, between Harris
burg and Philadelphia.—WAY
MAIL ..6.30 A. M.
or New York, Philadelphia, and
Lancaster 12.00 M.
'Or Philadelptda, Lancaster, Colum
bia, Bainbridge, Matietta and
Middletown ..3.00 P. M
'or New York, Philadelphia and
Lancaster 9 00 P. M
vor all places between Harrisburg
and Altoona.—WAY M. ..7 .00 A. M
Ler Pittsburg, Johnstown, Lewis
town, Pa., Cincinnati, Col
umbus and Cleveland, Ohio. 8.00 P. M
rot Pittsburg, Altoona, Hot idays
be rg, Tyrone, Huntingdon
I and Lewistown 9 00 P. M
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Lock Haven, and those
adjacent to the line of the
railroad.—WAY Mau, 12.00 M
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD,
For Washington, Baltimore, York
and all places aloe g and ad
jacent to the line of the rail
For 'Washington, Baltimore and
Tmk 9.00 P.M.
cI . MBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
For ihwerstown, Md., Chambers-
Mechanicsburg 7.00 A. M.
Fur all places between Harrisburg
and Chambersbnrg along and
adjacent to the line of the
-NV Alt MAIL 12.80 P. M.
SCHUY LKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL
Fo Pttsville, Ellwood, Pinegrove,
`Nitnntit Station and Auburn, 12.30 P.M.
I, ihidestown,lilanada Hill, West
Hailova, East Hanover, Ono
anal atinestimn on Monday,
IVinliwAi t y and Friday 700 A. M.
Fut Lininnn nod Lewihborry on Sat
inday ..................... 12 00 M.
I nice hours front 6,! ? A. M , to 8, P. M.
o i , n on Sunday truui i 7 tu, A. M. and
fru'. ;; to 4 P. Ai,
GEO. BERGNER, P. Al
FLAGS ! FLAGS I
NOTEPAPER ANL) ENVELOPES with
saVosal .le 4 tras, LarEtt PaPICH wall a view 01
ale city kr! ELM'S rg, pritite.l and for sale at
scuantee BuOR STORE,
,ac Rasmataars Bruise
TREES ! TREES 1 ! TREES !
THE undersigned invite attention to their
lar g e and well grown stock or
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
airub3, embra,:n l a large and complete assortment
APPLItS, PE OtS PEACHES, PLUMS,
CIPRal):‘, APRICOTS, and Li LC ['ARMES,
haunt,' tor the Otch ittlit Dwell fa r tha garden.
BitI.ISEI WALNUTS. RPANTIR CRE SNOTS, RAZLE.
6 t , , ItattRERSIER,S VRAWBERKLES, CURRANTS
cLI 6904 .HE/tit' 0.8, lu e rect variety.
GRAPES, OF CHOICEST KINDS
ASPARIGCS, hHU BARU, he , Ala) a line sleek 0
t mattil, bit:4ly,
suitable for the Ceinetry and Lawn.
Pleating, and a general assortment of
Orns n motal Trees and Flowering Shrubs.
nr choice Tarte:Les, CAMELLIAts, BUDING
and fine, and we offer
C.llB retaa.kably thrifty
^ is to std. the times.
Cy ,ttlegues mailed to all applicants.
hDltrAlidi J. hVetN3 Sr CO.,
!DA Central Nurseries, York, Pa.
' I,4 EFFEIRS 800 K STORE.
I AAR TUB UARRIBBURG BRIDGB.)
t() N ENVELOPES,
i\l'l'•:ll3Eß, of six different designs
to two solors, sold by the thousand an
City Cash orictS
c rn, , breast Nig, 'Eagles, Union Blur
le. II", low pricuß. CAI at
•NJIIA RUBBER, BUFFALO 'd„.
~" and SHELL DRESSING OGEIF2 HORI
44.41411' DRUG AND FANCY STORE
i.tats at (trawl & tranipartatiot,
1-'' ENNSY LV ANIA RAIL ROAD:
• .- .
FIVE TRAINS_ DAII Y• TO i AND
',MONDAY NOVEMEin*,,h. 1864,
The Passenger Tralna or the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart from and arrive at Harriebarg and .
Philadelphia as folipwa
THROUGH ESPRS: 4 S . TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 820 a. m, and arrives at Weat Philadelphia a t 7.40
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg every morning (except
Monday) at 8.45 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia
at 1.00 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 1.15 p. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.20
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Joy, leaves
Harrisburg at 7.00 n, m., and arrives at West Phila
delphia at 12.30 p. m.
FiAgaismiito '46cOmpriitherioN TiretlN, via Colotti-
Ms, leaves Marrisiturs at 4.00 p. m., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 9 20 p. m.
THROUGH EXPREBI3 TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.30 p.m.,,ll,trrishorg at 3.06'4. m., Altoona 8.40 4 a.
at., and arrives at Pittsburg at lab p m. '
MAIL TRAIN 113AVOR Philadelpbta at 8.00 a. m., and ar
rive 3 at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. m.; leaves El trrisb lug at 7.45
a. m., Altaona, 2.95 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at
FAST LINE leaves Philarthiptia at 11 30 a. na., Harris
burg 4.05 p. m Altoona at 9.10 p. m., and arriving at
Pit nburg at 1.40 a. m.
HAR4IS9IIF9I ACOOKH MATION TRAIN leaves Phil
delphla at 2,30 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburgs' 8.06
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION vi% Mount Joy leaves
Lancaster at 11.34 a. In., arrives at Ha-rizourg at 1.30
SAMUEL U. YOPNG,
Sept. East. uiv oettoa. Railroad.
Harrisburg, November 2 i, 1861 —dtf
WINTER TIME ARRANGEMENT.
NEW Alit LING RUHL
IHRRE TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK,
WITHOUT ORANGE OF OARS.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NOVEM
BER 4,1861, the Passenger Trains will brave the
Ftitladelphia am, Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg,
Ds New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 330 a.m.,. on ar
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Rzpreas Train from the
West, arriving IttNew York at 11.6 a. m. and at Phila.
dYlpilla at LOU A sleeping oar is attached.go.-Vha
train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL ThAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.35 a. ro.. arriving
in New York at 6.30 p. m , and Philadelphia at 1.26 p. in.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 1.40 p m., on arrival
of Pennsylvania Railroad Fast Hail arriving in New
York at 9.60 p. m., and Philadelphia at 8.40 p. m.
rAEIT LINK leaves New Plant at 6 a. m., and Philadel
phia at Ba. in., arriving at Harrisburg at 1 p m.
ban TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 man, and Phil
adelphia at 8. 15 p. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.10
11.1tPligSS ESNS leaves New York at S p. m. , arri
ving at Harrisburg at 8.10 a. end connecting with the
Peutt.yivaum Sapress Train for Pleabiarg. .A sleeping
ear is also attached to title
Oonuections are made at Harrisburg with wales on the
'ennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumeeriand Valley
Railroads, and at Heading for Philadelphia, Pottsvil le,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Kasten, Ale.
Baggage chocked through. Faro between New York
%nd fin risburg, SS 00; between Harrisburg and Phila
leiphin, $3 26 in No. 1 rare, and $2 70 in No. 2.
For tickets or other Information apply o
(In k ,
nov4 General Ag nt, Harrisburg.
Misses Head Uresses,
Misses Mitts &c.&c.
A fresh invoicojust opened at c 1 1C4.1'8,
nov4 Next door to the Ha. itburg Hank-
SMOKE - 1 SMOKE 1 1 So V, 1 1 I—lt
alitictkinahle when from a CIG punka/telt la
KSLIMIt'S BUG STUB, 81 Market au
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1861
ON. AND ANTE
ill. W. Gross & 040.,
D W. GROSS & CO.,
• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE-
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call youi. aterition to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS , do PAINTS,
OW, varniihes and Glass,
Dye. Stuffs, Moe and Patty,
Art Lit lill,olors and Tools, •
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Speen", and Pine Ons,
Bottles, Vials and Lamp Globes,
Cotllo Soap, Sponge. and
With 'a general variety of
PERYMEIRT & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
turners of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED. OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GT ASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL SINE*,
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co 'lt% - _.. ,, :iii.x.
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rgßu. , ' , 2,-.1. 2
We migpectintly invite a Call, feeling, confi •
dent that we can supply the weals of all on
terms to their satisfaction. .
TEETH 1 TEETH Ii
JONWS)WD WHITES'SPOROET kra TEETH,
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors. -
Saponifier and Conoentrated Lye 1
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
low as it can be purchased in the cities.
rELAYER'S USDIOAL FLUID EXTRAOTS
004, OIL:! 0AR.5.9.iv
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
otter inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Unripe of the most impsoveci'patterns, very
cheap. All lands of lamps changed to burn
ose of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS" 'a trial know no
their atrperioritY, and the sidvezitagio they. are
iu keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from.the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besidee improving the general health and ap
pearance of their 'Cattle.
• Our long ex perience hi the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the • cities are
duch that we caa in a very'short time furnish
anything appertaining to our blisiness, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bedowe
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
business, a =alai selection Of
at fir prices, and the desire to please all, to
merit a contitinauce of the favor of a discrim
okaPEasittai 22 BUMP44‘i
Aftsfiewo. wt,aoh , *to.
p. B-JOBBING MINDED
From our Morning Edition of YesterdaY
A NOBLE MOM' TO A BRA VE MAN
AND A GALLANT SOLDIER.
It is with pleasure that we publish and thus
endorse the following noble tribute to one of
the most accomplished soldiers in the country.
daptain Van Swartow served with distinction
oh many of the most desperately contested bat
tle fields of Europe, and when this government
was engaged in the war with Mexico, he as
gallantly entered the ranks of our armies, and
as steadily supported our cause as any man who
drew a sword beneath the stars and stripes dur
ing that conflict. In the present serious strug
gle for the permanency of the American Union,
he has rendered the most important services.
He has taken the raw recruit fresh from the
undisciplined vocation of civil life, and rendered
him in a very short time, by training and In
struction, an efficient, active and valuable sol
In view of these facts and on account of the
services thus rendered, the following letter is
given to the public and the authorities at Wash
ington: We trust that the object aimed at may
be atttained, and that Captain Van Swartow
may thus be enabled to increase his services to
the land of his adoption and love :
HEADQUARTERS, CAMP CURTIN,
Liarrtsburg, Oct. 29, 1861.
• Mu. GEORGE BERONKH,
Editor of the Telegraph,
Sias—Permit me, as a stranger, to call your
attention to the case of Captain F. Van Swar
tor , The Captain has been employed here in
Camp as a Drill Master, by the State. lie
came to us with a good military rt.vord, having
served in his own native country as an officer,
after which he came into this count!" and took
a prominent part in the Mexican Mx, return
ing home to Pennsylvania where he •now re
The Captain is desirous of going into actual
service, rather than remain at some post as a
Drill Master. I teel free in recommebdiug him
as a competent man to fill any positiou, he be
ing a thoroughly drilled officer. _Glutting to us
as he did, with the honors of tifty-nine battles,
and feeling a deep solicitude in our present dif
ficulties, I would say, in behalf of the officers of
this camp, that we feel as though the Captain
in justit.e ought to have a position in the regu
lar service. lie is a gentleman and much re
spected by the officers at this camp, for the use
ul knowledge winch he has imparted to us.
you lie so kind as to bring his name la
voiably before the public through your , paper,
W. R. HERRING, Lieut. in
Col. Campbell's Regiment.
And many others.
Capt. James Chamberlin ; Capt. John H.
Knox ; Capt. T. - H. Lapsley, Fifty-fourth regi
malt ; Lieut., D. R. Lewis, Fifty-fourth iegi
went ; ()apt. R. T. Wood, Cavalry; Capt. W.
W. Anderson, Cavalry ; Ser. Vander Syde ; J.
B. Eiougland, Capt., Fifty-seventh regiment
M. V. Baleth, Lieutenant; Wm. H. Deunings,
Adjutant ; Isaac B. Cummings ; Wm. 'Gall
braith, Sergt Maj.; John J. Ball, Assistant Drill
Master; Thos. S. Martin, Lieut. Cut., Eleventh
regiment; J. Une.apher, First Lieut., Company
F, Eleventh P. V.; J. F. Saxton, First Lieut.,
Company D, Eleventh regiment, P. V., Edward
T. Tiers, Second Lieut., Company D, Eleventh
,regirnent ; C. Kuhn, Capt. Company A, Fdev
enth regiment, P. V.; S. A. Meredith, Colonel
Comp:Lauding Camp Curtin ; John B. Keenan,
Elewnth regiment, P. V.; B. M'Dennit, Lieut.
Col., Fifty-fourth regiment; Jno. H. Felten,
Fifty-fifth regiment; Motel. O'Connell, Capt.,
Fifty-fifth reginient ; John O'Neile, Lieut ,
Fifty-fifth regiment ; J. B. Dunlap, Lieut.,
Fifty-fourth regiment; H. A. Fink, M.jur,
'Eleventh regiment; P. V.• ' James Chalfant,
"Captain, One hundred and fast regiment ; A.
W. Taylor, Captairi, 101 regiment ; H S. Ben
ner,.Lieutenant, 101 regiment ; James Sheafer,
Lieutenant, 101 regiment ; Geo. W. Bowers,
Captain, 101 regiment ; W. Shank, Captain,
Company B, l l th. iegiment ; J. W. Hofmann,
Lien& Cul , b6th regiment, P. V.; Wm. Mcln
tire, 66th regiment ; H. G. Bair, Lieut., 64th
regiment; Jerry Culp May.
Meeting called to order. •
Mr. ERMENTROUT of 13erks offered the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions :
Winuilas, It is self evident that the distribu
-tiouof forceS engaged in the accomplishment of
the same end teruL, in the nature of the case, to
defeat rather than advance it ; and tohireas, in
order to bring to passe proper unity and concert
of action on the educational department of
this; State of Pennsylvania, it is of prime bri
'portHance that each department settle for itself
the particular sphere in which it moves, the
duties which it expects to discharge, and the
right it intends to claim. Therefore,
Rfsolved, That a Committee composed of three
county superinandents be appointed, whose
duty it shall be to report at the next Educa
tional Convention on the peculiar position the
common school occupies amid the general edu
cational arrangements of the State.
Preamble and resolutions adopted.
Topic No. 1 was then introduced for discus
sion—" Normal schools, their relation to the
On motion the duration of addresses be ex
tended to tea minutes to all but County Super
Dr. Gerhart made a motion requesting the
State. Superintendent to write out the substance
of the addreza delivered by him this morning
for publication on the School Journal.
The State Superintendent replied that under
`the 'circumstances it would be impossible to
comply with the request, the remarks having
been made without preparation and with imper
fect notes. The motion was then withdrawn.
The following resolution was offered by Kr.
Resolved, That Normal Schools should main
tain the same relation to teachers professing
that Theological Law and liedical schools do to
the ministry and the practice of law and medi
cine—the one as necessary as the other. And
as theise schools do not deal with mathematics,
languages and science, except in th - re applica
tions, so should the Normal School 'have noth
ing, to do with the branches requiredin teachers'-
certificates, except in the same astir, namely, in
teachers' ability and &11l in lursting
Applicants should be examined and not ad
mitted unless proficient in knowledge of such
branches, their course of study in Normal
Schools being purely professional.
Remarks by Messrs. N,,bbti, McF trland,
Wickersham, Woodruff, Carothers. (of Beaver,)
Derlinger, (of Cumberland,) Bollman, (of In
The President announced to the Convention
that he had been informed th it it was the wish
of His Excellency, Gov. Curtin, in view of cer
tain existing circumstances that the visit con
templated by the Convention be postponed till
On motion the resolution to adjourn this
evening at 6 o'clock be reconsidered, and a res
olution 'to adjourn to-morrow evening at the
same; time and for the same purpose substituted
in its place.
The discussion on the resolution offered by
Mr. M'Farland was resumed and continued.
Messrs. Barr, Walker, Coburn, Bollman, Mc-
Farland, Dr. Taylor, Cruckshank, Johns, Wick
ersham and the resolution finally . withdrawn.
Adjourned till 61 , o'clock. •
CONSUL TO ANOONA, ITALY,
Organization of a new Military Board
THE ARREST OF SLIDELL AND MASON
No Apprehensions Entertained of Serioub
The Rebel Embassadorato reoeive the
same attention as other Boarders.
FROM THE LOWER'POTOMAC
The Blockade not Enforced.
Governor Ladeslaw Ujhazi, of Texas, has
been appointed. Consul. at Ancona, Italy. He
emigrated to,'Daixas about twelve years ago, hav
ing been exiled from Hungary for his-participa
tion in the revolution in which he .took part as
a commander of Comoro during that memorable
&lige. He had engaged in the. cultivation of
vin yards suctessfully in Texas,:but was driven
thence. on account ot his,Union sentiments.
General Ujhasil yesterday _visited General
campwhare.he found maul , of hid old
frierds and couvuxiona in arms who received
him ;with enthusiasm.
The following named often; ,have been ap
pointed fo regulate and fix the number and cal
ibre of the cannon to be mounted In casemates
and ixtrhette at: each of the prominent fortifica
tions of United Stales and also.the number and
description of , the guns,to compose field peices
Brig-. Gen. Totten, of the corps of engineers,
Brig. Gen. Ripley, Ordnance Department, Brig,
Gen: Burry, of United States Volunteers, Brig.
Gem Barnard, of the United States Volun
teers, Col. Hunt, of the United States Army,
and Capt. Rodman, of the Ordnance Depart
The board will meet at Washington at such
times and place : as may be designated by the
senior officer, and the junior member will re
cord the proceedings.
There is evidently prevading in all branches
of the government a far wore hopeful feeling
concerning a successful result of the present
conflict than heretofore, and this is exhibited
in conversations and otherwise, while it is be
lieved that the British press will be as earnest
as our own in discussing , the circumstances at
tending the arrest of Slidell and Mason. , No
apprehensions Are entertained that the question
will be productive of serious embarrassment to
the two countries.
The authority to raise companies and regi
ments of sharp shooters granted to Col. Berdan
last i ßeptember, has been revoked. The com
panies and regiments which have already been
raised will, neverthe,less, be mustered into ser
vice and proceed to Washington.
There is no reason to believe that Mason and
Slidell will in their confumment experience any
different treatment from other prisoners, as
they are all considered on an equality of
The rebel blockade of the Potomac does not
seem to have been vigorously enforced this
week, as various vessels have arrived here with
cargoes of coal, wood and other domestic sup
During the past few days , quite a number .of
river craft have safely passed the batteries and
arrived at our wharves, among them eight or
ten laden, isfith z fins oysters, of Which our citi
zens and soldiers will have an abundant supply
for Thanksgiving. Considerable qua - atlas of
wood, we are glad to learn, have else reached
us by the river route, and a large quantity is
reported to be on the way. Several vessels
taking advantage of a. fine northfiest breeze,
haVe left the . city for, points below. Two large
schixmers arrived yesterday, laden with coal, of
which we trust we shall soon have an abundant
supply—at least sufficient to bring down th e
price of the article to some reasonable standard.
The United States transport steamer •Eagle,
Capt. Bender,: of Philadelpeia, heavily laden
with forage, ran the blockade, last night, with
out being fired at. . •
Tbe. National ; Republican has advices from
Winchester, ;Va.; that G•en. .fackson commands
a regiment Of, Shtiekl; w t hp are fully armen.
The PS °AGO r*Parkeehl , 4 1 4 inyvati;,
gated the fate =faiitireivaixt , ascertained.
'that tbey'acattirea On'thi Philadelphia
4 t )• •
PRICE ONE CENT.
timore railroad—it failing three times a week to
fulfil the schedule.
Seventy-five thousand soldiers' letters were
sent forward in mail this morning.
The Wyandank is taking in stores for the
flotilla, and the Mount Washington will go
TRN: STEINER 'RENT IN ENGLAND.
A Frigate Sent to the United States
The steamer Himalaya arrived here, brings
a report that the mail steamer Trent had reach
ed England, and that a frigate had been dis
patched to the United States with special p
eaches relative to the capture of the rebel am
bassadors Mason and Slidell. The report is
The reported arrival of the naval steamer
Trent, in England, is absurd. She only. carries
the mails and passengers to St. Thomas, and
the steamer connecting with her was not due atm.
Southampton till the 18th or 19th instant. '. 4 1
[The steamer Hamalaya is an English trans
port and could net have brought English ad
vices later than received to-day by the steamer
Release of Prisoners from Fort Warren
ARREST OF LIEUT. TATTENAL OF THE
SIN J WINN.
By orders from Washington the following
prisoners, mostly Marylanders, have been re
leased from Fort Warren, after taking the oath
S. B. Frost, John L. Boulden, David Lubbes,
Geo. Thompson, Robert Roe, Chas. J. Franch,
John J. Hechart, Geo. W. Banding and Leonard
J. Quinlan. Five others, whose discharge was
ordered by Secretary S -ward, refused to take
the oath, as follows : W. G. Harrison, Robert
A. Carter, Thos. Shields, Michael J. Grady awl
Geo. Appleton. They were accordingly retain
ed in custody.
Lieut. Tattenal commanding the marine
guard of the San Jacinto was conveyed to Fort
Warren yesterday. He is a son of the rebel
The British mail steamer Niagara, sailed at
one 'o'clock this afternoon with thirty-eight
passengers and three thousand six hundred dot-
tars in specie
GENERAL CASS ON THE ARREST OF SLI-
DELL AND MASON
A commvication in the Free Press this morn
ing understood to have been written by Gera.
Cass not only justifies the arrest of Mason and
Slidell, but shows that it was in strict accord
ance with the position of the government upon
the right of search question as maintained in
correspondence with the British Government in
ARRIVAL OF ARMS FOR THE GOVERN
Nzw YORK, Nov. 27.
The regulars who arrived in the steamer
Nort, left for Washington to-day.
The steamer Fulton which arrived this morn
ing brought nearly 80,000 stand of arms for the
THAT we have recently added to our al
ready full stock
FOR TER ELLNDRitROMBF
TURKISH ha BNCE,
UDBR OF MUST,
LUBIN'S BSSENCB BOUQUET.
FOR Tax RAM
CRI'LTALIZED PO'AT ATM!.
taYNTLs AND VIOLET POMATIIII.
Fogg ELLIE COMPLEXION :
TALC OM d lOU E,
ROSE LE %F POWDER,
NH W M /MN H kir MOWLIR,
BLAi%C DE MERLE
NEW MOWS HAY
JOOR&!Y CLUR •
Hiring the largest stlcic and best assortment or Collet
Artlcies, we randy th-t We are better awe torn oar cool-
.stores to go , up a completes Toting. Set at any pr op do
:red. C.n an t eee.
Always on hand, a FKESEI Stock ot DRUGS, IfEDT
-3:.1.,, CALS,,Ito , Lotvoqueut of our, receiving
almost d,.ily addniona thereto
KeLLER'S ANo FANCY STORE,
91 Market Street. two do.ra Nast of FJul'Ut Street,
GILT FRAMES I GILT TRAYES:I
CARVER AND GILDER,
Looking Glass and Picture Framas,
Gilt and Rosewood Mouldings. Mc.
43 CHESNUT STREET, NEAR SECOND.
HA. aISBUaG, PA.
Prenek Mirrors. square and Os I portrait
Frames of ev , ry deacrli WM.
OLD , Pita NES G.K.GIILT "1", g IW.
VINE TOLL r,-.9 APS, POMA_DES,, ELAIR
I: OIL, POWDERS, COLOGNS3 and EXTRACTS, of
meurtatylau,-ifujoes_aatt manufactures at MIMS%
DitOG ,4140 YMOu'r?Tortia.
FIALEFAX, Nov. 27
BogroN, Nov. 27
Drroorr, Nov. 27