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ber, order the diecontinnaac n e n
If 011— .,,, i uttli•her may continue to a
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fuse to take their neWspa
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, 0","„,,,,,Dce to which they are HARRISBURG, M.ON AFTERNOON; - FEBRUARY 24 „
• ,y have settled the and orders„;
• A , rod 11101'10st certain, tweedy
oil eflectutti remedy in the worldior
o isEASE S -
Inn o: Dr, .Inhoso.,
letters must wham.
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Thousande ol persona 01 all egos, can now lodge Whet
the cause of their decline In health, losing their vigor,
aning weak, pale, nervous and emaci ated, have a
/War appearance about the eyes, omen, and symp
et of consumption,
eel that a BOUtal 'blue Bail body are the most a
, nlattea to promote committal happinees. Dude
,bout these, the jeurttey through life becomes a weary
' grtmaga the primped hourly darkens to the view; the
d becomes ehadowed with despair, and filled with th
.lancholy reflection that the happiness of another te
ams hltzbten with CU/ own . .
JOTINSONN 1NV1(44 'HATING lISMICDT FOR OR;
By ,hie great and important remedy, Weidman of the
Lane are speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
fbirepenc, of the most nervous and debilitated wile
lost all hope, hive been Immediately relieved. Alf
, daunts to Marriage, Physical or. Mental Desquallit.
.00, Nervous, Trembling, Weakness or Exhimatloe or
urn fearful kind, speedily cured,
The many thousauda cured at tale Initiation within the
twelve yours, sad the numerous Important Sergipe
rat IL, itcrformod by Dr. J., wttrows.ed. by the re
ten -itlh , eapira, and many other persona ; ti e och nay,. utpouyrd again and again- before MS pab , _
ids he adh.iley as a lealleintos of character• and re
' ntili i . I 4 suflicient guarantee to the afflicted.
F DRNOL —When the misguided
votary of pleasure Ands be ham imbibed
• -•-,• palnfoi disease, it toe often happens that
Lie of shame or dread of discovery deters
Iftm hl those who, from education and re.
beiriond hlm, delaying till the MM.
• 1 510.111 of this horrid &tease, make .their
ling the head, throat, muse, skin, we,
r fr , setfnl rapidity, titi derma pint'
.11 kederings by Sending him to "that
PI Vdo tos traveler rearm,'lt Is a met , '
rill d inoosanda tall victims to' this terrilils
in tile uusiterulneee of I g norant pretend
e I net deadly poems, mercury, ruts
s 10, 0011 make the residue ft" lire miserable.
0 1111C111.—The issfi^rii"lPlanuul h11:13It
..?•1„ . suntuin a Stamp tons on the reply
1 , .1“,. h, :e
, or EMI.
• •ttati Frederick street Haillmore. • '
SOLDIERS' NICK NACKA
I OR Salo at
KELLER'S DRUG aro FANCY STORE
Ch thP Writing Cases,
Needle or Sewing Cathie,
Shaving or Razor Cases,
Pocket Ink Stands, Match Cases.
Pocket Combs,Fine Comb,
cor nerifebtanil Market etra .
'''‘l‘'4 I PUBS '
1121111 IN sII TO 11111,41 HOVIN
y m Hart ory or Noxious Drags.
0 tear WsvkarriD, ON NO CHARON IN RON Oil
TWO Cala.6lll ,
0,48 01 the Rank or mbs, Strictures, Pala it
r ecoons of the! idneys and Illtuldur Organii
V"g:nn' vow . tenuity, Decay of the Physics Pow,
nrd nv.t„!,,,,„. :•o lltOor, JAM. caefnstot(sf dol l .
rsq the Heart, Timlditi i , tilfiltfeire
S'shi r ' labOaBo or, the Swum*, Affections
fermi!, Nfao Or Skith-4beeM thirrible dLtor
the Millsorotiorg int . :Bolton , figbiteln
d r e a dful and destrtlintie practises which
c•nvililltintti debility, render marriage Impi*
!flde, shi destroy bo b ody and Mind.
61Yed.AllY who have become 00 victims ot
w avy Vico, that draudful and destructive habit which
mi ns loreeoo to an iltitlnollX grave thousands of
, nut men of the moat exulted talent and brilliant inlet
oo., might otherwise have entranced BetenihS
Alen a O tt 100 thunders of eleeneuee, or' Waked to not
ho living lyre, may call with full confidence.
fatted persons, or those contemplating marriage, be.
Aare of physical weakuees, should Immediately cob.
ill or J. sod he restored teporfeot health.
immediately cured and fed/ vigor restored.
hr who places htmealt milder the mire of Dr. J., may
Nlfinusly conlide in Ms honor as a gentleman, and eon,
drntly rely upon his skill tin a physician.
si-Oillce No. 7 south lt,mferick Areal, Baltimore ;
1. nn the loft hand side going from Baltimore street, 1
al teen the earner Bo particular In observing the
toe or ° umber, el you will mistake the plane. Be par.
Aar for ignorant, Pitting Quacks, with false OaMea.
Paltry Humbug Dertijusates, attracted by the repute
tool lurk near ,
All Anions must contain a Postage Stauip, to use on the
Lk. Jamison member at the Royai College of Burgeons.
odon, gradunts front see of the most eminent COlieges
the Oohed .states, and the greatest parVoto wheats Mk
g been spent mine Hospitals of London, Yam, Philo .
11100 and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
oulehiug cures that were over known.- tinny troubled
Eli ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great ear-.
osures, being alarmed at sudden sound a, bashfulness,
frequent blushing, attended sometimes with damp.
it of mind were cured Immediately,
.TAKE PANEIIffILAR NOTICE.
.1 , tamale all thou Wino having injured thew
rue bt esteem! Innoroper indulgrinclea, that morel
solitary abit which ruins both body and mind, ne
og them for either busleassor society.
h. are some of thawed and melancholy Merin pro,
DV early habits of youth ; vies Weakness of the
oid Limbs, Paint In the Head, JDlinnens of Hight,
al tiumeular Power, Pollination at the,,Heart, Dyn•
oa, Nervous UAL bilk'', Derangement oFthe Digestive
Mona General flohllity, Syniptogne of , ',lpnaume
INT/LIS, the feartul teeing on the mind are mueb to
resded :—Loos of Memory, Confholon of Mesa, De
ign of Spirits, itvil Forebodings, Aversion foMooke.
O.dietrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity,ke., are some
eve °Mem. - . . .
hove !muted tboteselvea by a o.rfain practice, In
ed In when alone—u habit frequently learned from
4,1111/11111..1111, or at school, the ofleeta of
tty tell, noon when asleep, and If not enrotf,:koedifitl.
ridge impogalble, and deatroye both mind
dd apply Immediately.
hat a pity that a young man, the bones of kla 410tind
thd darling 01 Ida psroots, should ho 'notched from.
rospede and onioymonto ol life by tbo coanoqmonetto
eviating tram the path al nature, nod Indulging no-s..
tutu source habit. gut Pommy must, before /tonight .
India Rubber Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather & Plating Fluke,
Leather Drinking Cups.
,fl,Pnitolt.rs, Pencils, Paper, andEnvelepes.
tti 'lm win see et a glance that tho place to get an
1, 4 Slna.ll WeNB L 3 at No. 91, Market street.
lit:4eo"rort Pickens" in the window.
wa LOT, juet received, of the beet
Y, at CAN-It:AIMS, next 1100 r 10 1 / 1 1r rhibut g
OARS and Tobacc of all kind& Ex
of Nara, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S,
' And to , •itot street.
4 4A,VILS I DRESS GOODS FURS I
SASRGD sock of these' gob&
0,44 ea or will ba
y low prices. Rine furl very
NM door to the "I.44:"Lnk.
Cniti it (firm* S dranspcirtatiot,
PEiNNSYLVANIA 1. RAIL ROAD.:
FIVE. TRAMS., DAILY TO AND
FROM - PrIILADELPNIA.
On AND APTIR • ' •
MONDAY JANUARY ph, 1862.
The Passenger Trains or the .Poroulilvaala Railroad
_,C 4 " O ,
_Pa/ 'O l 1 4 4121 . 0.111dOiburg and
E A RD.
THROUGH EXPRSr TRAIN Brava Harrisburg daily
at 3.20 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 7.40
FAPI LINE leaves 'Harrisburg daily, (except Sunday,)
at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10
MAILTRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 5.56 p. m., and arrives at . West Philadelphia at 11.00
P• tai •
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Joy, leaver
Harrisburg at 7.80 a. m., and arrives at West Phila.
delphia at 1246 p. m. _ •
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION nem, via Colum•
bia„.leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 p. in.. and arrives at Walt
Philadelphian. 7.20 41. m. • -
• TAO' A R D .
THROUGH ICEPREB3 TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.30 pon.,lllarriabarg at 3.08 a. m.,' Altoona 8.40, a.
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.25 p, m.
WAIVTRAIN leave. Philadelphia at 9.00 a.m., and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. in.; leaves HarrlaburgAt 0.00
a. in., Altoona, 3,80 p. and Arrives at PlHetstrg at
0.80 p. N.
FART LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.25. a. in., Harris.
burg 4.05 p. m., Altoona at 9.10 p. m., and arriving at
Pittsburg at 1.40 a. m.
'HARRISBURG AOXiMMODATION.TRAIN leaves. ;Phil.
delpia at 2.80 p. and arrives at_ Harrisburg at .11.00
MOUNT JOIE ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy. leaves
Lancaster at 11:88 a.m., 'arrives at lla.risbarg at 1.30
The riNWSIMPitUIEIand PAPPIENGEHTRAIN will leave
West Philadelphia at 4.00 a. m.; Lanosstor 3.07
Mount Joy a t . t4.48 at 8.2.5 a. in., , and:
arrive at,HilWebnrjr.rit 8.55 connecting with Mail
Train treat, from Harrisburg, at 9.00 a. m.
Rept, hat, siiv. Psalm. Railroad.
Harrisburg, January 24, 1862
Northern Central Raikray
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CH.tiNG OP SCHEDULE.
. eauenueetelvgAimy l ies'
Close Connection made at Harrisburg
:' TOl AND , FROU NEW 'YORK.'
SLEEPING CARS RUN ON. ALL NIGHT: TRAINS.
-031'*14D'EVI.Eft, SIINDLY-, :NOV. 24,
, MD. the Passenger Trains of the Northam Oentral
Bill6llfiq will arrive at and ddpart from Harrishirg and
Itgutre as follows, viz : -
1411 . TRAIN arrives at Harrisburg 1,05 P
andierivesi.' E.SIO P. M.
1111111111 " arrives at " 2,47 A. 111.
and leaves " ' 3:50 A M.
. • •
4:} 0 NO NORTIEt.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore at 8.25 A. M.
and arrives 1.00 P. M.
and leaves North. at 1.20 P.
118PRIBB TRAIN leaves Baltimore .at........ 11;
and militia alHarrisburg .... 8.00 P. M.
and leaves North at 810 P. IL
HABRISSIDIG ACCOMMODATION 'TRAIN
Leaves Hartiahurg for ,Baltimore: at.., ..... H.
Returning—leaves Calthatire at............. 8.80 P. M.
The only train leaving Harrhawmg. on Sunday will be
the Express Train, South at 8.20. A. , M.
For farther information apply at , the Office, ia Pena%
JOHN P. lIHR/Da, Agent.
Rarriourg, Now: 98. 1881.-4 tr
WINTER TIME ARRANGEMENT
NEW AIR LING ROUTE.
i !AM]) ')
414 T A
CIR , WI'
lAN AND A.FTEICAIDNI)AY .NOVEM
pr i 4 , 1881 , the Passenger Trains' will leave the
Phil WO, add , R44dl;llllailrort4 Depot,* Herriabarg,
for ow , YOrk add Philadelphia:as follows, via!
=PRIER LINE leaves Handahnric at; 3.80 a. m., on ar
rivalot,Pennsylvidia Railroad Itzpresi Train from the .
West, atrivingin New York at 114 a.m., and at Phila
delphia* 9.00 a. m. A sleeping car is attached to the
tiA l ll TlT& P gitrr Li n bi: i g th a n t n e nn a7m B. ., arriving
to New Mk* 6.80 p. tn., and Philadelphia it 1.25 p. m.
FAST LiNgleaves Harrisburg at 1.40 p: m., on arrival
ofpiny/vital& Railroad Fast Nail, arriving In New
Yo it at .60 p. m., and Philadelphia at 8.40 p. m
FAST LINE leaves New York at Ba.in , and Philade I.
phis at ii 4. m. arriving at Harrisburg at - 1 p. m.
ItAIL, TRAIN leaves New York at 13.00 noon, and Phil.
adelphii at 8.15 p. m., arriving at Hourriaberg at 8.10
EXPRESS LINA leaves New York at 8 p. m. arri
ving at Harrisburg at B .lo a. m., and connecting with the
Pennsylvania awes* Train for Pittehnrg. A sleeping
car is also attached to tide train .
Cori setima are nude at Harrisburg with train/ on the
Peunsylvaaia, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
itaitroada and at Reading for_Phiblidedphia, Pottsville,
Wilkeebarru, Allentown, Easton., aro. '
Baggage checked through. Pare between New York
and Harrisburg, S 5 00 ; between 'Harrisburg and Phila.
For, ti 21 in No. 1 are, and $2 70 in No. 2.
Maketi Or Mixer information apply to
General Agent, Harrisbnrg:
IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY.
p fi it. P. H. A.LLA.BA.CH, Surgeon Den.
Ihmotheturer of Mineral Plate Teeth, the only
me od that obviates every
.objection to the nee or ani
lleial teato;embracing partial, half and whole letlS er ens
plaits onity of pureand Indestmetlele mineral, these ans.
n o oreutfoliftliihmootunnlationnfirath puti e b n o ff e .
and thereerre, no ollensive oder from the breath, as no me
tal Is =edits their construction, there can be no galvanic
moon or metallic taste. Renee the individua l is not an
noyed wttlik No. 48
#grik..egert. . •
rb""4l - 101
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PURSUANCE of on order of the Or-
Pluwepoars of Dauphin county, Will be exposed to
Bile; on -
441`ErittilY, the Bth day of March , 1862,
at the Court House in the city of Harrisburg at 2 o'illock,
r. M. , the following real , estate, Tim A Certain two.
story frame house and piece of ground altuate In said rity
and county, tioandedend deecr.bed as follows, to , wl4 :
,fleventak ats point ah ' South street, Ilte career of the
.pkee of ground and house forimerly owned ey James
WpItaIoSOWOITO feel and.-six •Inches from West alley,
titmice 604 said South WOK towards High = street
- twelve feet sex inches, thence on a line parallel, with west
alley, towards State Street Bitty-six feet six Inches, thence
on a line parallel with Elate street twe:ve feet six inches
towards West alley; thence on a line parallel with - Weal
alley lorty•sixfeet sex inches to the place of begiallillg,
tosretoar edtlithe ;deco ar greand &On:4g the atoreaeld.
housb aladtrinutit oh the weskillde thereof, one [Oat .whisi
on South street extending in depth the . ame width • par
allel 'with Feat alley thirty-two feat ten Mabee, being
now used as an alley belonging to the atoresald house and
ground, whereon Is erected a two story frame house, late
the estate of BUZ Al3lllll THOMP:KIis.' deceased. '
Attendance will be given and conditions of sale made
known by DAVID if. ttuBINSON, iixtositor of said de
ceased. JNO. HINGLAND, Clerk, 0. C.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BUFFALO AND GUM OVER SHOES,
TRUNKS AND CARPET. BAGS.
ATjTHR OLD STAND corner of the alley, net • to. the
Court House, Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bellowed upon
the late firm of A. Hummel & Co., we trust by strict at
tention to business, and by keeping a well 810/011D stock
OF GOODS to Went a continuance of the same.
Please call and examine our swim and raicsis before
Jan , , ELIIII NEL
Goods are,purcbased direct from he manufactures for
cash enabling them to Ball very low.
Jl7 Sl' OPENED!
A FINE LOT OP SUPERIOR
MADE of Good Tobacco, and from one
to two years old, of my owu manufacture. 'A tine
lot of choice Chewing; id Smoking !miaow Pipes, Snuff
and a large variety of O th er, articles coastal:Cy oa hro
.4 sale wholesale and retail. Thanklul for former pat.
riiriago, I hope by strict'attention so business tO receive
liberal share of the trade. . • .
- Smear og.Room attached, where customers may
lay back 'mud tea my fieliars and Drbaocup. • ,
'DOxi , t•forget the windoW with the Ship ln It; that 18 the
place to buy your Tobabocraid ' , moots. North IlitrkOt
Square, above Market street, Harrisburg.
Dec.. 4, I.BBL—Om, WYKOFF.
• NEW DRESS GOO DS.
Flak and Figured Itep,
Rich Figured all Wool Dalaipes,
Plain hierincies and Cashmeres,
Fancy Pads Dress Silks,
thwart& Plain Colored Dress Silks,
Warranted Makes of plain bhhalt silks;
New Styles Low Prlcel Detainee'
At CArHOART di 138.01BEIVS
' Word door to the llorrioimitot.dgeore.
oELEBEATE4 DANAALIOJL COPE
Vf3T Ii'EUELVWD a large quantity of
superior Dandelion dolD3a which We will sell low
suit thchtiquasialso,i)orq viand, ttio.lbfrea l und..7pr r
key 000%* dire - posuid'okiiiiitit' and
egatelyte at the wholesale and retail grocery store of
N.WHOLS k BOWMAN,
-corner.of Brost and Market streets.
9„ Va. 31117.1111DICUEL,
TRAVIZLM, AORNT 0171
OLD 'WALLOWER LINE:
THIS OLD' TRANSPORTATION LINE
lJ is still in sacconsfuloperationand prepared to carry
flelas LOW as any other individual ' line' between
P phis, Harrlaborg,Sunbury,Lewisburg, Williams
sport, Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, and all points on the
.Northern Central, Philadelphia and Mie, and Williams-
port and/Minim Railroads.
Local Aria at Harrbbing.
• . D. A. MIIKNOII t
',COO& sent to PEACOCK, KELL h KENCHKA.N, Noe.
808 and. 810 Market streak, above Dighth, by 4 'o'clock ,
P. M., will arcivis at Datriabarg,.readly ibr de liveryr this;
next morning.. • '•• • -• • 4 - • • 0; MUEROI4
ap34f ,Travelling Agent.
NEW CLoOTHINGE STORE.
. 80 mei= EITEBEV:- •
(Room form e rly .'°
.by- the eskffice.)
ft.l3 undersigned hive just . opened a
' new and large assortment of tne latest dykes of
clot We are also prepared to-miiimfanturem order
ad kinds of Gents Wear, oat to the latest stylessind Bohr.
ions. We have always - wbuse stook of Reidy"
made clothing and Glastlemak ~ s •Furaishing Goode.
" SHELL IfSBIIIeiGAR a< BRO.
• . . . . .
, COAL! ‘-POWDER!!'
' - 'COAL REDUCED 111
• N-consideration the' bard times, and
as 1 011 exclusively . ' Fog, vAsEr,, I lave reduced the
price of Coal as follows :• •
ilyketur Valley Broken 0 12 '9O per ton
Sidaalgs 2 . 20 4t
11 , 2 20 . pc Et
CI 41 N u t o 222 ii
Wilkebarre a 290
Lorberry cc 2 90
ygrAll Coal delivered by the r A T E= woes curls ; it
can Ise weighed at the parch/sera • door, and Ti it falls
-short 10 ROMS; the Coat will be !beetled.
All ceal of the bast quality Inlnedolillyered frw !tern
all impurities. -
sirCosil sold In qantities, at the WRIST WEOLseile
tot Dupcint's Celebrated Powder, a la rge supply
always on band, at Miunfaaturers prices: '
ffird largelstof is/parlor baled Hay for sale.
- JAMBS M. WHEELER.
ZORTI B. OMITS'S
BOOT & sgqp .sw9RE,
«wpm 0 20Ailb LOGOUT 87.13.,
ALWAYS on' hand's lergs . assortment of
BOOTS, BHCOS, GA1T941.3, ibo., of the very .beel
tuelltlee Mr genßionekagd ,thildrena , wear.t—
Prices to =RIM times.'"All Rind* of WORK JELOR. TO .
ORDBR W t h e WWI et& totsupoWor worbrien . ' -
REPVRlNffsdattek4atitt woos. ••
tf — .104N B. 8111TH, Harriehora. -
BOOR AND JOB PRINTER,
r WO. 18, . 188.8.131.52 STREET,
iggg-Pardonlar attention paid to Plinthig, Ruling and
Binding .c Railroad Blank, litamtheha Policies, Checks,
Drafts, ale. PAiun Pltded 5t,1 2 1 53 , $4, and i 6; .per
thousand In elegant style. lto
ALL OF THE DIFFERENT SIZES,
IVICETE AND COLORED.
. „. , • OATIIIIIRTe
• • ./leAt ' Wit ) the BarriOurg Bank.
EREL Now 1 lzand 3 Will'lliz4.
- - 'agsio .it. Wie e inipielisi reciblval4 Link Liki*
iftinliiii. xignelaied4 lor Pik Pr L '—i Pr -1T
4 1 t :, f ' : t wirl NI .04014Atisikar t i
D _ W. GROSS Sr. CO.,
lINDOLUNAIX AND RETAIL
1):R., - Vi'. - G - G.J 5.....T.S 1
DRUGGISTS PHYSICIANS, STORE ,
BEEPERS AND 'CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your atention to the
largest and best'selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS it PAINTS,
Oils, varnishes ankalises,
iteas rs!s initeutly,
Viaire around Spines
Harridnglrlutd and Alcohol,
Lard, ;Spezia and Plo4oll*,
Bottles, Vials and Lautp Globe*,
illeatlle , Soap, Sponges and perks,
&a., &c, &e., "&e., Jut., &c., &e
With . itifteiityttrietVof
PERFITILSRY- &TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Pe
tamers of Europe and thiq country.
Being very large dealers in .
PAINTS, NM= LEAD,
W A DI P O ,W. G T 4! : qo ARTI BI°B
COLOB9, PAINT nip
_4 , 44 , PRANAJPImat, •
TA 'Li Ed a
el • I ,
R J A:1112 -
re A •
We respectfully invite a call, feeling, waft
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms . to . their satisfaction.
JONEI 8 AND WHITES'S PORCELAIN TEETH,
PATENT• iVIRDIONES- AND HAIR
Of kinds; direct from the Proprietors.
E4rionifier Commutated Lye
Wh o iesale Aientififor Saponifier, which iv sell
as low as it ban be purchased ie the cities.
L'HAYER'S . AtEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS
COAL off, CARBON OIL
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer : inducetnents to close buyers. 'Coal Oil
LeMPs Of 'tie 'most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of • lamps changed to burn
Coal Oil. .. •
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those - 01pm vrhti have not glvea oar HOME
AND CA.IIIM POWDERS a trial know no
their aupettririty,, and 'the irilVantagri they are
to' keeping Homes And Cattle healthy and in
good oOndition. '
ThousiddS can testify to the prat they have
deriv.e4 from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besidSe improving the general health and ap
pearance cd theii Cisttle.
our long eipeyience in the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
tilde, end our arrangements in the cities are
stibh that we cae •in a voryishort time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best Of femme:: •
Thankful for the liberal patronage beatoie
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
busineas, scareftil selection of
P V R -1:)
af,-falr,i)rWt,:atid please all, to
merit a corktaNuti favorof a discrtm
**T°l449* ' - '
k ,4 31 . 1 .4 r fit , . 1 .1. -
T. '' 'l. M l * b kl.ClEibriii 4 1 *Amu%
3 - wr , corner Froatand Market street'
From our Norniiis 'Edition,
AISPATORREI FROM COM. DUPONT
Infernal Maohuies found in the Ea
vannah River. •
Tti REPORTED ARRIVAL OF ARMS AT NEW
THE CASE OF MARSHAL LAWN
THE NEW NAVAL BILL
WanatraxoN, Feb. 28.
Dispatches have been received at the Navy
Depitrtment from Commodore Dupont, dated
Port Royal, February 18th, enclosing a report
from Commander Rogers, in which be says,
while' sounding in the Savannish river, at a
short, distance above the mouth of Wright
rive*, be discovered several objects floating
upon the surface, which appeared at first sight
tb be empty tin cans, and as such were not re
&did by him as worthy of notice. Lieuten
ant Sprotson of the Seneca, shortly after hailed
and told him he thought the objects
allu4ed to were buoys, attached to an internal
machine. Upon _closer examination they saw
enough to satisfythem that the suspicions were
The buoys five in number were placed several
yardi apart, at right angles to the i•hare imme
diately in the channel leading from ,Wright
river and visible only atloWwatter. Tuey were
connected by a spiral wire, the end of the wire
entering an orifice in the upper ends of the
buoyit They were also seemed by wires to
what they presumed to be weights at the bot
tom, but which further examivation led them
to believe were vessels containing explosive
An attempt was subsequently made to pro
duce kn explosion by pulling the wires, which
Tie wires were then cut, and the outer buoy
was *ought off in one of the expedition boats.
In coi:mequence ofthe delicate nature of the ex
ploding apparatus, the result of the examina
tion of the , buoy brought on boerd,it was deemed
morei . prudent to endeavor to sink ',the remain •
ing buoys rather than attempt to move them,
ao thlit the enemy should not lave the satis—
faction of feeling that a single life had been
lost tiy the diabolical invention.
lhe buoys were sunk by firing rifle ahotaluto
them; one having exploded the night previous
from home cause unknown. in'd shortly' after a
bad* had ,passed over the spot ishere the
buoy/ were placed hating" in toir a - heavy
light.ed with guns.
It further appears that the torpedo or infer
nal machine brought on board the Ifnadilla
was literwanis set upon a bank and a rifle ball
fired' through it, when it exploded.
Assistant Secretary Fox has received a letter
from a friend In New York, saying the state
ment of a Richmond paper that 150,000 stand of
arms, which arrived at. New Orleans on the
gleaner Victuria,which recently run the block
ade to Unit port, is not true.
A reliable passenger who came out from Or-
leans to Havanna. on the Victoria, says that she
was able to obtain there only 160 guns, and
these Were all the arms she took back on her
The,New Orleans militia ate not , yet there
fore stipplied with arms.
The!recent paragraph in this correspondence
with regard to recent disclosures exonerating ,
Laiion from certain °nines in con
nection with the jail, had no reference to the
testlmrny given before the Senate Committee
on the District of Columbia, and which will
not tai l made public until all the evidence shall
be taken. The information was derived from
other Sources, the correctness of which, like that
of maziy other things, is controverted.
The bill recently unanimously reported from
the Mime Comioittee on Naval Affairs, to es
tablish the grade of line officers of the Navy,
proposes important changes, one of which is to
create nine flag-officers or admirals, to be
serected not below the grade of commanders, who
who shall have giien evidence of courage, skill
and genius in preparing for an actual battle, and
received the thanks of COngress, ass
nary to promotion, the leading principle being
to select such officers, irrespective of seniority.
The other features of the bill (Jar encourage
OHTIIIIE OF CLARKSVILLE.
OFFICIAL REPORT OF COMMODORE FOOTE.
CLARKSVILLE, TEEN., Feb. 20, 1862.
Zo the Am Gideon Welk, Secretary re he Navy:
We have possession of ;Clarksville. Iheceiti
zoos Mktg alarmed, of them hive
fled, and having expriored my views and inten
tions to the - Mayor and Hon. Cave. Johnson, at
thei r -1.4;165t I have issued a proclamation as
suring all peaceably disposed persons that they
may with safety Mourne' their business avoca
tions, requiring only the military stores and
equipments to be given up, and holding the
authorities responsible that this shall be done
I 1 left Fort Donets= yesterday with the
Conestogo, Lieut. Commanding Phelps, and
the Cairo, Lieut. Comman4ing Bryant, on an
armed reaninoisance, bringing with me. Col.
Webster; of the Engineer corps, and chief of
Gen. Grant's staff, who, with Lieut. Command
ing Phelps, took possession of the principal
fort, and hoisted the Union flag at Clarksville.
A Union sentiment manifested itself as we came
up the river.
The rebels have retreated to Nashville, hav
ing set fire against the remonstrances f the
citizens, fire, ,
splendid Railroad bridge across
the Cumberland river. I return to Fort Don
elson to-day for another gunboat and six or
eight mortar boats; with which -I propose to
proceed tip the Cumberland. '
The rebels all have a terror of the gunboats.
One of theiri a short dititance above Fort, Don.
elson had Frevionsli fired an iron roilin g . m ill
belonging to Hon. John Bell, which Rad tki 4 in
n. A la. !FOOTE;
nag Offlaeraaa*Rlea the Ntlr 'PPM 911
Haring procured Steam Power Proem, we are prepsr.
ed to execute JOB add WOK PRINTING of artery deserts
OW). cheaper than :tam b, done at any other astabhafi.
ment tu the country.
Four lines or less oonatituteone-halfsquare. /00111
Ines or more than foar constitutes square.
Half Square, woodsy
three months .
one year.. ...... ...........
On care, one day
one Week ........
tt one month . 50
41 three months 600
41 ell ..................... 10 00
One 15 00
Sir Business notices inserted in the Losal Mpg , sm, or
before Marriges and Deaths, FIVECENTS "itit ore
Aug- Marrigea'and Dead' to be charged as regular
From the Eighteenth U. 8. Infantry.
Correepongence of the Telegraph.]
CAMP Taomes, Ohio, Feb. 19, 1862.
Mr. EDITOR —Some people imagine that
those who dwell in camps see little of interest
and none of the romantic,that it is as lethargic
a life as that of a recluse, or as dismal as that
of a swamp angel. , This may be true of some
camps, but of this'one it is not.
Here we are as comfortable as a brood of pet
chickens, and partake of our frugal meals with
as much grace and ease as if feasting at the
sumptuous banquet of Cleopatra and Mark An
We hive the pleasure occasionally of putting
on our white gloves, tall hats with sable and
gloat plumes waving luxuriantly from the -
sideAno dress coats, brightly polished shoulder
BC8,10.4; and with our glittering rifles pa
rade about our camp, while a bevy of black
eyed lassies gaze on and applaud us as we de
part`with a coup de grace for our wigwams.
Romance is found here in its wildest form.
A few days ago a young recruit, enlisted by
one of our gallant ileutenants '
was brought to
camp dressed ala militaire. It was soon discov
ered that the youthful looking warrior belong
ed to the feminine gender, and immediately
was she marched to head-quarters, where her
case was speedily disposed of. She gave a
brief narrative of her wanderings to several,
from which 1 have been able to glean the fol
lowing : When the rebellion broke out, and
a call was made by the President for the brave
sous of freedom to rally around the old banner
for three months, she, I suppose, deeming
herself a sun or a brilliant star in some con
stellation, immediately enlisted. She was in
three battles, and for a brief period drove a
team'. It is said she endured the long jour
neys and the hardships of camp life with the
fortitude and courage of an old veteran. She
became so deeply enamored with the life of
a soldier, that she concluded to join the gal
lant regnlare for three years ; hoping, I have
no doubt, that she would wake some bright
summer's morn and find herself a (brig-a)dear
general- ess. Her voice was quite effeminate
and although not quite so musicales the lute, I
suspeCted her sex as soon as I heard her speak.
lEier hands were not like twin lilies, nor her
locks as long and silky as those of " Venice-"
the foriner had lost their alabaster tint, and
were now as dark as a young hay maker's in
summer, and the latter was'cropped off close to
A witty captain at my elbow remarked to
me, before I was certain of the young soldier's
sex, " Would you not like to have this boy for
your cook?" I replied, "Certainly would I."
&reheard• the remark and the answer, dropped
her head, and endeavored to blush gracefully,
bid the rosy tint refused to steal through the
nut brown of her cheek, or tinge the gipsy
hue of her forehead.
She stated that her parents were dead, and
her friends few, and far away ; she therefore
concluded to enter the army, and serve her
wonky, rather than beg. Her story was found
to be. true, and our good Colonel immediately
provided for 'her wants.
On Saturday morning of the 15th,a whispered
rumor was current in camp that the battalion
was soon to depart, which proved itself true
before' miming. There was not that bustle,
confusion and disorder in the preparation for
departure that I have observed in volunteer
camps, everything was prepared and arranged
with a speed and accuracy I have never before
seen. New shoes and other articles of clothing
were Immediately furnished all those needing
them and the battalion furnished with blank
cartridge, and practiced in the loadings and
On Sunday afternoon the battalion in dress
suit, was drawn up in line of battle by Colonel
Carrington, who spoke to them as kindly as a
father, yet firmly, as a true soldier. He con
cluded by saying, as he pointed with his glit
tering sword to the top of the towering flag-staff
on his right, "To you glorious emblem of
liberty, the banner of freedom, the proud flag
of our loved country, that shall soon wave
triumplumtly in the breeze of the sunny south,
we will fire a salute."
The men 'done ?exceedingly well, all firing
together with the exactness of old warriors.
You may expect to hear of the Third battalion,
of the Eighteenth United States Infantry, doing
severe damage among the rebels with their
terrible rifles before long. On Monday morn
ing, the 17th inst., long before the orient was
flushed by the appearance of old Sol, the troops
were all at work, and before seven o'clock the
funnel -shaped Sibley tents that dotted the hill
side so neatly at early mom and the lively and
jokeing troops, (with the exception of company
C,) had departed. There was four companies of
the Third battalion, Eighteenth U. S. Infantry,
and two companies of the Sixteenth, all regu
lars., armed "cap-a-pie" and underthe command
of Major Will. A. Stokes as they marched to
Columbus, three miles distant, where they took
the cant for Cincinnati. On Tuesday eve they
expected to be some distance south of Louis
ville, Ky.', and by the last of the week by forced
march' they will join General Thomas, and
parthilliete in the soon expected battle.
Captain Eyster's company (0) is still in
camp anxlinisly awaiting his arrival with a few
Harrisburg braves to complete the company,
when they will join the command of Major
Stokes, who desires their presence as speedily
as possible, knowing I suppose,
that when we
depart we will be accompanied by an excellent
officer;Captain E., and closely followed by our
skillftl and assiduous Colonel.
In my coat letter to the TELEGRAPH, which
will be from Tennessee or Alabama, I hope and
expect to . give you a graphic sketch of the
heroic deeds performed by the glorious Eigh
teenth. ' ATHENIAN.
GEN. BUCKNER IN THE HANDS OF THE
U. S. S MARSHAL.
Canto, 111, Feb. 22.
Gen. Buckner has been delivered to the U.
S. Marshal, on the warrant issued by Justice
Ostrom He will be taken to Kentucky and
tried for treason.
ARRIVAL OF FORT DONELSON PRISON
Four thousand Fort Doneloon prisoners have
already arrived at Camp Douglas. Two thou
wind more will arrive to-morrow morning.
THE. TWERTY4IECOND AT CLEVELAND.
Ciammuiro, Feb. 22.
'To day generally was'obserred as a holiday.
To.ritght ;the city' iwthifily: illaudruited, streets
i tlwringgpai and people exchruiging coagrattrla,
CHICAGO, Feb. 22d