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OTEAM BOILERS, &C.
PAIVA AS I LVANLA RAILROAD,
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both stationary and swinging. Sash
Weights and ranting other building castings, for sale
very cheap at the [my24-41 EAGLE WORM&
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF Wall ARMIN .
Incorporated 1794 Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1,200, 1 000
Arthur 0 Coale, Gamed W. Jones, John A. ;Brown,
Genteel P. Smite, Charles Taylor, 'Ambrose White,
John R. Neft, itichard-D. Wood, William Welsh, William
E.'Bewen, Jsmea N. Musson, S Morris Wain, J01:10
mason, George L Harrimn, Francis R. Cope, Ed ward H.
Trotter, Edward S. Clarke.
ARTHUR G. CoFriir, President .
CHARLES PLATT, secretary.
*remand /*gent for Ito above name • company, the
Undersigned is prepared to take lire risks in any part.
or 'be irate et Pennsylvania, either annually or perpet
ually, on the moot favorable terms.
office Third street between Walnat and Strawberry
alloy, Bn itA3 row.
lets•dly - liernsoarg; Pa.
BOOKS FOR FARMERS,
FI HE attention of agriculturists is directed
to the following works, which wili4roablef
then to increase the quantity and value of
their crops by adding science and the expert- ,
menu of others to their experience
STEPHEN'S BOOK' OF THE FARM, de-
~ ,tailing all the labors of Rhsbandry and
the best way toperform them. Price. —3 50
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by 00
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Buel.. 76
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL
TURE, by Johnston so
THE AMERICAN FARMER'S new tmoijani
iirrsal handbOok; with 400 engraVidge..2 60
4N EASY METHOD OF 1/14134GINCi
BEES, by Weeks ' 20
,the liattWO and Treatment of, Dimwit of
Cattle,' by Dadd • 1 441
LEIBIG'S AGLUOULAIRAL CHEMISTRY 76
11111 X II COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
d the productio n of . 014, t ,butter,
Cheese, by Flint ,,. ' l6o
GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by
Lynch . 1 60
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Prat* the cow, the pig, fowls, U../ 120
winqui.lilateB DICTIONARY and Prac
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THE FIRLI) BOOK ON MANURES, or "
American Muck Book ' 1 25
THE 110118 E AND HIS DISEASES, by .
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WiiRREMANSHIP and the Breaking and
'framing of horses 76
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thing in the stationery line,at lowest pikes, at
BERGNER'S CHEA BOOK STORE.
THAT Ili Tag QtrEvr'l'oN.
rriE Proprietors of the "PARIBIOL .
CdEiNET uF WONDERS, ANAipity and 1114-
r have determined regardless of expense, to Mine
free, (for the bonedt of andortog humanity) DOM of
war moat matruodve and istereming Unarms on Attar.
liege and its bisguallJcations, Nervous Debliity., gram* ,
tare Decline of manhood, indigestion 'Weakness or Do
orman; Lose of energrand TitalPeWers, the Grad Ss.
offal Evils, and those tiet.illes whteaveenit from 'natu
ral Salim hgoessee of Aistarrty, or ignoriouse of Physi.
Otago and balige'a LAW. Tl4ese lavaluattle Lectures
hinia been the means' of enitglatniegand' setting thou
:Wad will bp forwarded (tea on the ' receipt of four
by tugdpmeneg enetittErAßY Pauses Whin or
AMlOare AJT,E BOIOI NI. 603 DroadWaY, New York.
ING made efficient and . permetnent
arranymenti for the parpole, we are now pre.
pa •p to mane dfltAM BOILEIId of every kind, prompt
-17 and et reasonable rate,: We sbellese Iron made by
Bailey t Weiner, the repatation.ef whloh Is second to
none in the toarkcet.
oneliut the best hinds employed. Rbpsmog pro pt-
F,lnitol.ni„ Add rolo a
pk.- iabu...ll WO
FAXTENSR l!I assortment of Glassware,
Including Jelly glasses. Preserve Dishes, Goblets,
üblb•rs, act 4to , a 1 4` 81 1/C l3 , Just received sad fog,
isle low by b 101101,6 & btArblibl ; '
ie. - ' Corner Frout & Market etre& ~,E,
itiARRIS 114.A.NSION FOR
IS handsomeproperty recently
1 Pled by the PI.II.IB.YLUANIA;RBMALB CaLL .
is uttered for sale. D is. well suited either der a private
Residence or a JP4rLting Schmil being auPPirelw gee,
water, bath rooms, heater, range, etc: T % U de
domain valuable Fruit. Trees add Shrubbery.' T he place
will be BOld low and pdearasiOn given within reasonable
Ume. For terms, Ste.., apply to.
MRS. 8:9. WAUGH, or
DB. WM. H. BOLE
Executors 01 Estate of Rey. B. B. Waugh, deal.
GLASS FRUIT JAR S'!!
BEET AND CHEAPEST I I
CALL AND EXAMINE,
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HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
end drama] remedy In the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
HSLINN IN 81:1 TO TWZINI.
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, la from one
to Two Days.
Weakness of the Back or.. Limbs, 'Strictures, Affections
of the h idneye and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Int.
potency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsy, Lan
guor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation °rine
Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of or Giddi
ness, Di main co the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Atioc
lions of the Liver,. Lungs, Stomach or Bowels — t iros ter.
rible disorders arising from the Solitary! Habits of Youth
—those scores and eolitaiy Pract , cas more fatal to their
victimethan the song.o( ;•YreWs IR the Mariners of Ulys
ses', blighting their most brilliaut hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, Impoesible.
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vice; that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an untimely grave thoutands of Young
Men of the moat exalted talents and .brilliant intelletut,
who might otherwise have entranced - listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence or Waked to scats* the
living lyre, may call with full col/Silence.
Married Pereons, or Young Men contemplating mar
riage, being aware of physical weakness, organic debili
ty, deformities &c.,speedily cured.
He wbo Woes h imself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and con
fidently rely upon his skill as a Phyalcian.
immediately Cured, and fun vigor Restored.
This distressing Aitection,..whichrenders i ile raisers:
ble and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulgences. Y oung porous are too
apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the
dreadful oonsequences that may ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow
er of procreation is lost sooner by those falling into im
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures.of. healthy offspring, the most se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise. The system Norman deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss.of Procreative Power
Nervious Irratibility, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Rea.rt,
Indigestion, Oonstiuttlenal Dainty,' • Wasting of the
Frame Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left band aide going from Baltimore street, a few deer..
!rem the corner. Fail not to observe some and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. the Doc
Mr's Diplomas hang in his office. .
A Cure Warranted in Twos Days.
No Mowry or Menem Drugs.
• .Dr.•lohnson, •
*ember of the itoyal College of Surgeons, London, Grad
uate from oue of the most eminent Colleges in the United
States, sad the greater part of whose hie has been s p ent
i n t h e hospitals of louden, Paris, Philadelphia and..`whie
whOtit; hes "eflented some of t h e most astonishing June
that were over known • many troubled 4-with ;ringing . • le
the head and ears when asleep, great nerwlatstiess, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, baahfalliesi, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were bored itennitlydely.
Take Particulia Notice.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured themselves
by improper indulge ..ce and : solltary habits, which - rain
both body Ind mind, untitting them ihr , either business ,
study, society or marriage, • • •
These are some of the sad and InehinchoUy effects pro ,
duced by early habits or youth, Ws : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pabst In the Head, Dimness tf Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, 'Palatition of the heart, Dye.
PePsy, Nerves= Irrefibibty, bertufgemedt the Digestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptpme of Consumption,
laratratax.—The fearrid effects on the Mind We mush
to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas,De-.
pression of SWIM; Fortiodings, kverstou to Vorlety;
Self Distrust, Love of holitude, TrfU4lly , kc., are some of
the eitle produced.
Otioaries Of Moons of all ages can now Judge what
is the cause of their dePheing health, losing their. tiger*
boooming'wealt, pale, ni3rvotts atid emaciated, liming
singular appouranoe about the eyes, cough andscymptoing
of eousumpuon. '
Young iton •
Who b. v e bored thentselm by„ s certain twenties In
dulged hi when alone, a haMlt frequently learned from
Stril companions, diet ached!, the effects Of which we
nightly fell, even whenanleep, 4nd if ;et euretl,rendera •
end destroys both mind and body,
What a pity that &young man, the hope or his coun
try, the darling Uhl, pinata, should snatched trom
all prospects and enjoyments of litb,.by the consequence
,tor deviating from the path of nature and indulging in a.
Siesta Beset habit. duals personative; before contain-
'reflect that a sound mind and body are the most saddl
ing, requisites; to prinnote sponnubisd PapPineak
witbout these, the parsley through lift Wombs a weary ,
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darlseni to the view ;
thomind comes slp.dowed with.deslwir and filled wittl,
the melancholly rediettbn that the happiness of another
.b 4 3owes ktlghWldurith our own. .
Disease of Imprudence.
• When the nurgasied.l l aticekipla votary ef.Pleasirre
gods that he half ihatifbertiple 'illenQ or dim painful dis
ease, it kon.ofrenAtepenClUt aq tli-timed , sense of 'bele
or dread of discovery, deters him.from applying to those
Who, from ehmation reetmeability, can Mime be
friend him, delaying till the tamentattogalmniptorna Cu
this herr d dunned thitke their .- a such lks ul
tended sore lbrast,2 diseased , nese,. nodtu i~'pal pain is
the bead and limbs, dimness of sight, deentossoodes on
the shin beams and man, bibtchei on the h'iad, We and
extremities, Prellreefting :WA „frightful rapidity , at .
hurt the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose all
IN and the victim of this awful disease become aluirrld
object of commiseration, till death pude. a perieCtoilds
dieadft lauretinge; by sending him to " that Ur &Gov
vexed Wintry fromwhence nb trayeler.returns." -
It, is a Ittaahr.haly ha that thOWthhthi fsU VlOttah to
this terrible disease, owing to the unekilfulitiess Of igno•
.rant pretenders, whohy the tom of that Pumay Poison,
Mercury, reinlitedonatitution s ad make the residue o
Trois not your liiis, or netuth, to the care of the many
Unlearned and Worthless Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge name or charades, who copy Dr. JoinnainNailver
xerthieraents; or Ole toemailves in the newspapers,
rerdarly Nducated Physicians incapable of Caring, they
keep you trifling month after mouth taking their filthy
and poisonousness oompoonds, or as ilotitiakkiiiismallest
the can be obtained, and to despair, leave you with mini
el health to sigh over your galllng disappointment.
Dr. Johnson is the onitiPhynician advertising.
Eta credential or diplowas alyaya ilaitirs in ma office.
His rowdier! or treatnientlare imknotell to all Others
prepared trom alto spout , in the gr oat hospifaicof Ifni
rOpc,lbefiret in the country and a more extensive Fri-
vats Practice than any other Physiclante-the wdrid.
buiereement of the Press—
The many thousaada cured at this lutltutton year a
tor year, and the Momentum importhrit b orgical "Opera ,
=performed by J. jobasonowituessaml by „ tiM ;re!
re of the "Serf," "Clipper," and many other fis•
prop. notices or which have appeared• again and again
e the public, besides his standing MI a ; 410tPienan of
' ' • • Vied responsibility - Os a eunklent 040.eadee
kilxoues Sineday, Cured._
ram writ* sbOirld be .21116 W 'll In llirectut g their
letters to Ing Institution, itribalciiittrriakauttiner
..TOIINSON, M. D.
otos it/dui:me Lairso
, . .
85 MAAKET S
1:1 now prepared
..to : fwaish. gager's
Military diaaixtg, acoordlpg to regulations a t t....-9100
AIEO end a tenerWasnortnand of (labs, Oiikfinefia ?
Vaga tsC ings a ready mato dahl i a for
, . . . ineraga • •
OL4RET.wumu 1.-- s
... .: ..,..:: -
LT closin g oat a YBity- Bunatiog
v . at t n cat.
"INDEPENDENT' IN .ALL TEEI‘Tii-4--NT141./CITRAL
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 19, 1862
HOWARD & HOPE
SHORT & QUICK ROUTE
Goods Ordered in the
the. same Night.
Leave New York at 74 P. H., by the Fast
Through aprest•Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at B A. H. _ •
WITHOUT OHANG OF , 0/111
Order Goode marked
via AILOPE EXPRESS CO"
General Office, 162 Broadway, New York
For further information enquire of
C1:310. BETIANER, Agent.
HAERIBBURG, 'Aug. 1861.-dtf
#C01 1 1.3(.11
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL..
110FAVING feared thz Coal Yard, foot of
,j_j_ North street, lately occupied by 0. D. Foster,
I am enabled to
. stipply the public with-s .
, . . .
OF THE DI.F.FEBENT• •
VARIETY AND p1.,#1113 OF
rtta. w /001 1
OidtinfirespostAill y 16 ilaittilwideb, tt • left . at the
Ake, toot of North - Amt, or at tbe °Mos of WM.
Dock,'Jr. & Co. , will reeeiye prompt attentiod..
The Girard Life Insurance Annuity and
Onroz . ko. 408 CHEBTNU7 STREET.
CAPITAL AND ABlsw/9 81,548,380
. • . 'THOMAS RIDG WAY, President.
JOHN V. 'JAMS'S, Actuary,„.
chONTINUE to makb"TNSURANCE ON
LIM en the Moil reason able tairmili
ey xat as Executors, Trustees..and Duarditnis ,under
list Wins. and Receivers aid Asiicgooes:
csidt4 l 3l B l4B Paid UP and :invaded, , tbgether :with
a large and constantly incretstug reservedlund, offers a
perfect scow.* td-the' Wanted. ' • • - •
The prennums znaghtqatd yearlnhalf yeir,ly or quar
The company adta:7BONCI3, pariedleally to•thel Lou.
ranee, for I,le. The le/BST BONUS, approprialad , la De.
cembe_ ,r 1845; the'I3IRIOND 'BONUS Deenetber, }B4 9
Ltia i rlipir)SPNDlflii Daramber,illl* atugghe 16RETy/
BONUS in UP. These additions are made without re
peringsokineresen u the prennuins to be pa is to the
Coco i.• • . • • •
The following are a few examples from the Register :
Amour % of Poycy and
dirin;' [Baku or 1-Ixigas lobe hlcreasod
Polley . pAlurod adOlon . tytvirs-addltiOns.
No. 89 1 MOD 8 887 00
lag- I 'NO ' 1,060 to
. 6 190 i 1000 0
agentso3 I 5000 1, 875 00
Agent at . gerjOurg.atiol viagi
rrIHE WEST . CHESTER . ACADEMY
M AND EILITAr. INSTITUTE; AT' WEST
CHESTER„ PENNSYLVANIA, will commence
the winter. tarn of Ars osiehdarrhoftibli the, let of
-Noiedberneit; The cobras of 'instruetion to thorough.
au4 extensive,. desiupd end!sierabged , to prePara boys
mad noun g men ler liminess or donee. Thejnincipai,
who desotetiallhim Ante to thelittereata of 'Me sahcoi
and lut boll, is easilted by eight putouts of ability
and erperience. The German, grand" and, Spanish
longue:gm 'are taught by make' ' resident teachers, - an
saysmage which will be readily appreciated by the
patrons of the institution:
The Military Department is MAW the charge of Major
G. lickendortt; of Philsdelphls, whose qualiticationa for
the poeition.are.aatensivuly known. Its dimities and
requiroments do net, in , any , way in ert fere with the
literary departments, true enrolmentninonthe inuiet
corns is lett optimist, I :
For eatolquge ho., &PAPA' -
septilmoodrin WM. P. WYMSS, A, _ .Principal.
HARRISBURG COAL OIL DEPOT
VOR . the'i3afety of oqnstunera, we have
edabashed &Volt OaDepot at the' carrier of Free
ant Market street'. all our MU are tested, and we posl;
nvelyaell hone except snob as prove to be non-explosive,
Maar met free from odor aa far as pitman:able. We offer •
at present the followingjustly celebrated brands. Meg.;
An Ro b bisou, Nabrona and Loaner, it/nor Min min ba
asmaliades, Gjals.Oortee,• aerators, &c: We Will' also
Oange fluid or camphene lamps, so ,as to be oast: for
• 061. (knead satisfy &ourtiskes, at
i. . ._
• ,_ , NialOLS,k BOWMAN,
emir . Corner Front and. Market street.
gLL .kindo of Eeoond,Hand
boots end shoes, bonght.and !old at the Attrition
store, 'Sax•nd Street - next - to state Capita" Bank. • Pie -
tole,,t?p.wiit 114 1 :91e41. and sm. Weatketa. a Arai rate artil
lery'brldie arid spurs for as othoes for sale, No. 38 Sec
ond " • W. BARR, Anottosteer.
NUIIIIBILED, - .coarse • and fine pulverized
,nugarlow4 than any other Naos town. Call
&nu diatnlik • ICHOLS& BoWitapl,
3 0 .:6 Corner Front ancl Mdriteastreeto. •
i.DOPZEIWING jars, fruit =is of - all
• ' 4 7 , 2 ir, CoiiiirTrout swab* s t, esta.
WIL DOCK, Jr. fa 00
FREIGHT REDUCED !
TO AND FROM
, Wands 0 'tztra" family' flour
tridiiilrelyaraat to giv sitlikotton, forfiiidely
Corner Want and Mika ditieli.-
So far as we could lsarn front every eividls-
Ae source Bete was. ip Baia* YesterdaY, -iae•
tweeti the armies of. the Republic, and those
of the rebels.
It is supposed that the rebels had run short
of ammunition; and perhaps. it was this fact
that induced them to ask for in armistice os
tensibly` to burY derd, bat really to pr?-
cure powder and ball:
The fight, it was expected, would be resunt.
ed to-day, as soon as the light enabled phi,
b6ntendiiig stales' to"ptsint their "gun's.
Our troops are reported to have behaved
most gallantly in the struggles on Wednesday.
No better fighting was ever done by veterans.
Tley firaght as It they were individually ini
pressed with:the itirPortsain of •each man's ser
vices, and spoke confidently of achieving a
vitat victory to•day. I.
Gov. Curtin arrived -Safely In Hagerstown
yesterday. His reception by our state troopp
!Imo perfect ovation.:, After inspeeting their
condition and „pniVlding; for sit their wants
and furnishing all that was necessary for their
entire success, he will return to the State CaPi
tat Gov. Curtin was. accompanied by Colimet
John A. Wright,'Speclid Aid.
Surgeon wilt! a large corps of
Surgeons, also- reached Hagerstown yesterday.
and is now actively eugaged with his assist- 1
ants in , the relief and succor of , the wounded.
The following Card frnin the. Secretary of the
commonwealth Wail telegraPhed to the princi
pal Post Masters in the State, with the reqnest'
libat. they would phials it in; some conspicuotis
position : • • •
The number of wounded . , -in General Mo Oiel
huh: recant • blattles;lla very large; mod of
them will probably be brought into Penna. The
Surgeon-General appeals to the WWI for the
lirimedlate CotttributiOn of such 'articles as hie
needed for their, condor' L E;All packages should
have cout marked.sintakte, and be address
ed to Ge rid Hale, Harrisburg. •
• "- Era Stlna, - SOC. of Commenweatik.
Thollmaphio ,wirea are taikag.extended to
lloonfiebcrii, thus' bringing us nearer tiiCieneral
headquarters. The line to that
politrit ei - *tett *lll be oohiileted'ara lii
'working order to-day.
•Thi•Baltiniore ritgiert of in it night contain
nothing new, bat from tte accounts of the bat
tle of Wednesday=we innlynati.the following
;particulate : • ' •
The battle raged on Tuesday and Wednesday
furibusly'-on- 4he: Au Haiku- '-ait4, iortuous
/ stream, buyibliitiliburetaiitliiiik - °nutting and
Funning down to the :Potomac, midway be :
;t w,eln ROPl.E.Tille€, l o ll ailobaill• • t.
The rebels, cut i off ifmti i tttO iron bridge at
Harper's Ferry by the advance of Gen. Frank
fin's corps, and fearing to Tr! tha Fotonancat
'any of'• the foe,"with Gen- Nc i tellitn pushing
Ooartitiard'Qon ∈ tooettilibiSei foia
bf defence. •
During Tuesfisy the battle r a ged With great
Spirit, and' 04' firini'cin either' stile ;man very
heavy until towards sundiiri,:,when the rebehi
ook l er baid - rottar,Wid were
being severely punished. - "Their firing became
demi tory,. and It was.evident that their aMlllll'
iition was giving out.
Oa Weils*hciincipggg,t,be .b_siti.e. _was re
newed by !4.3-5 1, 0b0k-,Miiix ,11 1 4 0 0.10:1 vigor ;
they acted lied been reidoited and
fig!4#4 l °-#4.4, 4 1 1 1 1 01 111123 44 1 ,1. athWY. •
4 , 0 , 00
The battle lasted until •four. o'clock on Mon
day afternoon, Actifek Ael3ebelsEetreated, leav
ing General tongstrest and. the remnant of his
Division .our hands is:prisonersef war.
Ou(vidtory-:is sure, but it has cost ne many
officers andOnen. :Major General Hooker Web
ended; in the = fart by a Mingle , ball - while
leading weeded brilliant• bayonet charge on
Wednesday, and • General . Mansfield is either
killed or taken primmer. Ile . foeghtmost
during the entire affair up to the time he
The lose of the;rebefs was Mitch . greater than
ours.' Longstrait's division of ten brigades
cannot muster•siven. thousand men.
The entire *rebel army will . be 'captured or
killed. There was no chance left" for them to
crime the Potomac, as the . river wee rising on
Wednesday, and our troops pushing them con
tinnely, and sending prisoners to the tear by
tOnewalllackson is now in command 'of the
Ad force in Maryland. '
It was reported at Elskerstown that Chmeral
Miles re-enacted his Ihill'Bun scene at Harper's
Very; whichwas surrendered to the - ltebids in a
shameful manner.' ' '
'Six batteries •of 'artillery, belonghieto'Long.
sided, 's' Divisidn, were captured •on Tuesday
and - Wednesday, and it id skid we have tiduin
aiiirly fifteen thinuautdprlionets shwa Sunda
Jackson's army, With Lee and other distbi
gutibed wounded officers, will be forced to sur:
re4der in a do or twci at thelarthesCl
Oin immense: arra* la 1111151motionjiand onr
:4 1 2.
12teh - ale 40 certain' of ultimata!' and tiecieive
n:'Etutulide has taken poseeision of Sae
jiiiife Pony, and is advancing on a !kiwis', 'A
ilea.' - Q
E , •i-s• , t •' ' .. ;
very o ne Vera is jutoilantover th e naiN and
Prom our Morning Edition
Heametizo, Sept. 18, 1862
Details of the Allegheny Arsenal
A RECAPITULATION OF HORRORS
The TELEGRAPH yesterday morning, barely
announced e the fact of rt terrible explosion which
tookplace in the AlleglienyArsensl on Wednes
day. By the Pittsburg Dispatch of yesterday'we
have full particulars of the horrible occurrence,
from which we condense the following account:
Atter the explosion, the bUilding took Bre,
and those of the girls confined by the fragments
were burned to death. A number were doubt
less killed by the 'explosion, and their bodies
consumed. Where the heat was the greatest,
nothing remained of the bodies bat the whiten
Thousands of people collected on the groncids,
and all were horror stricken at the scene: The
charred remains of the victims were lying about
in rows id several directions. A. number were
dying of their injuries and removed by friends.
We noticed two bodies 'which had been blown
from the bnilding,..both so horribly mutilated,
as indeed were all that we saw, wick. bat one
exception, as to render ideutification impossi
ble. We saw the bodies of two' young women
wno evidently, lad been burned alive in each
other's arms, I one place we counted forty
seven bodies, in another ten, and turn where
you would, blackened trimks of bOdies—piles
of roasted flesh—met your gaze, flare and
there lay the fragment of a skull, pr someother
part of a body. . . .
Two girls were 'conversing near' where a
body lay. One of them had escaped' uninjured
—tile other was in search of 'a sister;and in
describing her, said_ she wore a red ress. A
gentleman standing near , pointing to a frag
ment of a `dress hanging upOLI a tree, said:
"Was it like. that-f" The girl looked' up, saw
the fragment, and a loud, scream from her told
us that she identified it as part of the dress
worn by her sister.
We came to a spot where two girls were dy
ing. Both were terribly burned. One asked
if she was really going -to die, and desired' a
priest to be sent lox., She appeared less injur
ed than her felloi-sufferer, and spoke In a loud
and clear voice ; but death soon came, Her
companion was remoied"from the grotind,
still.alive, but beyond recovery.
Anxious relatives flittrd hurriedly about the
grouods, gaging upon the crisped. remains, in.
the hope of discovering some Mark of Identifi
cation, Many of the hodies were encircled
with steel hands othoopedskirts.
' The building or hporatory, was one . story
high, divided into halls end rooms, with a n open space in the carafe, like a'cobreleclinnts
as to the cause, aswell as particular point at
wh the firseasplestmtpuiraime‘ • diMe.-- ava
tif, ' and'_ cannot. fachicannot be de fi nitely as.
certalned, thin by' g; proper investi
gation by a Coroner. Shortly' before the 'first
explosion„ .three barrels lof.coirder had 'been
brought trete the, magarine.and placed .on, a
porch at the laboratory. The, driver ,of..the
wagon' in which the Powder
.wag hauled; liras
knoOked down twice ay the. expired/ al; WC . dot
;seriously .144 His nalneill Trick and 'redder
un Lawrenceville. - .
Adjacent to the laboratory was a small
Ong need as an engine room,'for heating pupa
durioit wiwiir, and attched to this-build
ing were tyro rooms in which. cartridges Were
filled, and in which were aome two.: hundred.
Mounds of powder. The flames, communicating,
to these rooms caruild the laknipicelon.
It .was pay-day, and Mr. BottWorth, the paq
knasternhAq. Pkid &I:the-girls before,
the occurrence. After the fimt expit*aoka num
ber of the girls; who - had rushed out of their
rooms, went hackto seer after - the others, and
thus fell victims. .I-
( The ftyemen were p_rouaptly on the wind;
end rendered ialusble esdatimeo in.quenehing
the fire. For s time' it; was unsafe to go near
the burning building, owing to the Cc•ntAiiimis
bursting of cartridges end shells?
The exact number of lives lost could not cec-:
obily be ascertained last evening. It isipossi-,
ble that the bodies of some were entirely con
sumed. ..The number, boweiner,' will' not. fall
ilhoo et seventy. . „ .
A scene of terrible excitement occurred:at
Stor'eillotise'NO: 1, situated near Butler ,street,
in which upwards of "three hundred - girls were
employed in preparing the paper 'Cylinders ?or
Musket,. cartridges.: Although hi no danger
whateier, the gbh; rushed, down the stairs to
the front entrance, which wasaiready blocked 3 1 1 1
With a crowd of inin and women, in which were
Parents seeking after , their daughters . . • There
itas no ingress or egress, and:the minium was
frightful. Women were trodden- under foot,
some injhred severely, and the scene was abso- . ,
tritely &literal* -- Udders were Placed to the
upper windows from' the outside,' by *bleb
RIM* a number of the girls got: out of the
building. It was e, considerable lima (42efere
the outside crowd could be feiced back. During
the excitement it number:l:tithe girla leaped out
of the.second story windons, and it Aide Way
were severely *lured.
LINE OP TSB DEAD AND =MOD
The following is a list of the dead•and In
jured, with their placCoFteilider(c — e, Si - far as
we could tenni: - • • - -
Two young daughters.of Mrs. Maxwell, rai
ding Xixith ward, near,thundr groun d s ..
Mary Ilionueß, aged about twenty
parents • inside in Lawrenceville. Horribly
mangled about Bibs and body, and face 'badly
Mary and Kate Dugan,- Agent; resided on
thh corner of Butler and Allegheny streets,
Ninth ward. • '
Miselloas, residence unknown.
Hate Dean, residence unknown. .: J
MTh' Marl J ahasalli &IPA kw_autirtarse!years,:
Mulberry alley , between Factory, and.
Walnut streets, Tett Ward:' --"
Amide Jones, sister'of Mn. Mitts, 'daughter
of Morgan Jones, Mulberry alley, between Wal
nut and Factory streets, Fif t h ward.
Idai Ann WWidithir, geaidence unknown.
.k daughter of Mn. Dalt', tairrenceville.
at• ' Miller stadia small`-daughter , residence
~ oivia. , „ ~ c: 1 ~D • ,
0 c& Penn street, above fair grounds.
Brady,r aged twelve : years, anghter of
lee Brady, Sixth etreet; - near Grant."
- , Zilen Klima, aged sixteen years; daughter
o'eties hilLenna, Faber -street, near
Pack's Church. •
i rjr . Ann murphy, aged eig hteen years ; Ito
onalt street, Ninth Tar&•
Pen Slartalley; aged sixteen year's i. Pike
etriiet, between Walnut aid Factory,' 'Fifth
Mary tel4W9Y,skOr to en, aged sigh-
Wei Y" ra ; F "' e ar f ti llif r eFe / .7 ,1 49M- 11 44
Walnut,. ri ft trir 4: _
-. Eside Beiilep; aged thvefitytTohr iiiiit ; :IN* hf
Ni i 91/ Seventh street, near Webster, Third
gtsam if fut.
..vi.g.procured / imPower Pr
ed io execute .10ir ad 400 1i T IORIN for ~va►7
.dipgriPtiou, abeam , a 11.,iian tJe' tto 044 sws'
estahlithment in the country.
R►TF OF ADVERTISING.
tar Four lines or less constitute ene-half square.
Eight lines or more than four constitute a square.
Half equare, one d y ... .... 10 20
... 1 26
f. one moiali
a three months,
.... 4 00
.4 elz months 6 00
.6 one pa^ 10 00
One Square, one day
<, one month 6 00
if tbree months.... 10 00
c, Six mantis. 16 00
" one year 20 00
,1074. Business notices inserted in the Local Column, or
beroraldarriagesand Dentin, BIM CENT PER LINE
for each:insertion— .-. •: • 7 4 , " .^
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• ifigi- !decrial/es end .. Ile dbif fur %it chargid'ai regular
Grace M'Millen, aged eighteenlearap nab
titer street, near Washington, Sixth ward.
Eliza Lindsay, No. 33 'Webster street, near
Tunnel,. Third ward. • . •
Mary Jane Lindsay, sister to Eliza ,
Webster street, near Tunnel, Third .Wal!.
Mary Cronin, aged seventeen years ;
Mary Reardon, aged eighteen years; Law
renceville, near Arsenal.
Robert Smith, aged nineteen years, son of
Mrs. Smith, widow woman, residing on Spring
alley, near Harrison street, Ninth ward.
Mrs. Elenor Shepherd, Matron of the Labora
tory, Lawrenceville, near the Arsenal.
Sarah Jane Shepherd, aged sixteen years,
daughter of the Matron, Lawrenceville, near
the Arsenal. .
Emma Clouse, aged twenty: one, Lawrence-.
Kate li'Bride, aged fifteen years, daughter
of Andrew li'dride, one of the foremen; Law
Mr. Bollman, foreman in One of the shop; ;
Mary BoLiman, aged seven years, daughter
of the foreman ; Liivrenceville.
Mrs..Grabby, - widooi lady ; Pike street, near
Walnut. Mrs. G.'s husband was a member of
Capt. M'Farlawi's neorpany, 102 d regiment,
and was killed during the engagement of Fair
Oaks. She had been engaged at the Arsenal
but ter) .days. .
Ellen M'Afee, aged sixteen years ; Spring
alley, near O'Hara street, Fifth ward.
A young man, Stephen Honley, employed at
Zug and Painter's mill, picked up a ladre
marked with the initials "C. J." It is in Pos
session of Alderman Taylor, of the Fifth ward.
In one of the charred bodies we noticed
eleven bullets, protruding through the flesh ;
in another we noticed nine bullets. • -
Scattered all about the grounds were frag-
Metall of dinner baskets, shoes, drawls, bon
nets, &c., audit is 'said money was found by
different peteons. One man picked up a twenty
dollar gold,plece. •
Tyro. girls, one of them in a nude state, but
uninjured, and the other much hurt, were dis
covered by a gentleman residing in the vicinity,
after the Brat explosion. The former be shield
ed from observation, and left for the purpose of
securing some clothing for her, .but when he
returned he found that she had disappeared.
tier injured companion web properly provided
Since writing out our account, we r base. Sli
cer Gained that over one hundred and siztyitt
the gitiihad been paid off before the Cataatzo
pheroccurred. ' ' .
APPORTnilglilTB OF ASSISTANT ASS
BOBS.—Theundersigned Assessor of nixes,
under the act approved July 1, 1862, entitled.
u•An act to provide internal revenne to support
the. Government, and to pay interest on the
publicAleht s for the
,fourteenth collection diii
trict, has appointed the following as his. emit
'Nix 1 mid 2. - Dauphin county—Benjamin ;1r!
Middletown P. O. - - • -
„No. 8, Northumberland eofuziy--,Jszoix Seas,
holta,. Sunbury P. o.
No. 4. Thomas S. Neekbi, Milton P. .
No. 5, Snyder cotnity-John linger; se
linsgrove P.O. • , • : .
. No. 6. Union county--,4harles Schreiner./
Mifflinburg P. 0.
No. 7. Juniata county—E. C. Stewart, Nile
flip P. O. • , . . .it
. . DANIEL SENDEL
I , kixopitrows, Sept. 11.1862.
Brsibury Gazetk, Poilitus-,
grove -Peit Jtiriistit
publish three times and send • bill to Aura& t
Peteto, Middletown, : Dauphin county, Pa.: -.I
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Vidal AND SALT $1%1.,
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in Itarkisa;twics a week, .nd purdnaied !moat' 147,..„
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