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ESPFCTIVELY invite the attention
lA, of the public to their large and well Elected
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
We now offer for eels'
Stewarts, Loverings Golden Syrup,
White and Brown Sugars of all grades,
Green and Black Teas, .
Coffee, Spices mad Flavoring
We invite an examination of our superior
NON•IMPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
Unequalled In every respect by any in the 'market, to
gather with all 'dada of
We have the largest assortment or
GLASSWARE & QUEENSWARE
to sheeny; also, au loads of
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE.
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septlit Corner Front and Market streets.
BOOK-EINDERS' RULING-111110ENES AND PENS,
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AND WAOI3IND3 FOR
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/ SCHOOL FURNITURE,
general Machine Work. and Iron and Brass
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Weighie and various other building mantas, for este
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BOOKS FOR FARMERS.
HE attention of agriculturists hi directed ,
to the following 'kirks, which will enable
them to increase the quantity and • value of
their, crops by adding science atid 7 the experi
ments of others to their experienie
STEPHEN'S BOOK' OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the beet way to perform them. Price.... 3 50
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by Allen...
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Buei •
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRIOIJL
PURE, by Johnston 60
THE AMERICAN FARMER'S new and uni-
vernal handbook, with 400, engravingk..2 50
AN EMT METHOD OF ItiANAgINII
BEES, by Weeks
the Nature and l'reatuient of Diseases of
Cattle, by Dadd 1 00
LEIBIG'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY 75
MILCH COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk, butter,
cheese, by Flint 1 60
0/MISSES AND FORAGE PLANTS; by
Lynch • 1 60
SAXTON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the
Hone, the cow, the pig, fowls, &c., &c..l' 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Pl'llC
*kcal Fanner, by Dr. Gardner 160
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS 76
THE FIELD BOOR OF MANURES, or
Amadeu' Muck Book 126
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES, by
Jennings 1 00
youAlMoN THE HORSE 1 26
HIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 800K....1 00
HORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking and
Taming of Homes • 75
Standard Books, School Books, aril hvery
thing In, the stationery line, at lowest prices, at
BERGNER'S 'till RAP BOOK STORE.
The Girard Lite, Insurame, Annuity and
Trust Comoiny of Philadelphia.
OFFICE NO. 408 CILBSTITU7 STREET.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS . ........ ..... $1648,8811
THOMAS RIDGWiY, President.
JOHN F. JAMBS, Actuary,
ctiONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON
LIM oh the most reason able terms,
ey sat as Eacchtors, Trustees and Guardism noder
last WILL and as Receivers sad assigneee.
The capital being paid up and invested, together with
alone and constantly Were using reserved hind, offers •
perfect security to th insured.
Th e -p re mium maybe paid yearly, half yearly or quar.
The company add a BONUS periodically to the, Luso
meet for lite. The FISST BONUS appropriated in De
cember 1844, the SECOND BONUS in December, 184 8,
the THIRD BONUS in DecemiluS,lBB4, mid the FOURTH
BONUS in 1860. These additions are made without re
qUiring Ally increase n the premiums to be pa id to the
e Mewing are • few example from the Register :
rum Bono or
Insured 1 addliQ4
„i.e.... 1 . 087 00 I *VAT 60
0000 1080 tO 4,0(p0 oo
II in 1000 400 00 1,400 00
la. 0000 1,575 00 8 816 00
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Ab discovered the most certain speedy
j_ and effetcual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
IN DIX TO TWILYN DODBIL
NO Mercury or Noxious Drugs,
A Cure Warrantedi 'to Charge r In from one
to Two Days. •
Weakness of the 'kick or,Limbs, Stricturag AlkeLloph
of the bidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Im
potency, General Debility, Nervousnees, Dyspepsy, Lan
g uor, Low Spirits, Confusion of ideas ? Palpitation of the
Wart. Timidity, Trembling., Ditinsesil of Sight or Giddi
ness, Di sense of the HeadeThrind, Noes or , Skin, stilec
dons of • the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—t hose ter-,
able disorders arising from the Solitary Sabha of Youth
•-thiselsfoluer and solitary , practices more fatal to their
vietimathan . the song of Vitallß td the liarinere of Olys
flee, blighting their most •brilliant hopes or - anticipations,
rendering marriage, •Ihs., impossible.
,iiispecielly, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which anneal.
l sweeps to an . untimely grave, thousands of Young
Men of the most exalted 'talents had
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
- with the Aninders of eloquenm or waked to ecstasy the
WWI full Conlidonce.
Married Persons, er tows en contemplating mar
riage, being aware of physind weakness, organic debili
ty, deformities, Do., speedily curet.
He Wile pleneehimself Miller the Care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide In his boner Si a gentleman, and con•
adently rely Ulna his skill as a Physician.
pm inediatily.Gaired„ and fall Tiger Restored.
This distressing affection-4MM' renders I tie misera
ble and marriage impossible—la 'the penalty paid by the
victim' of Improper milnlgences. Young persons are too
apt to commit excesses Irdna not being aware of the,
dreaded donseq, elites thaebisiy ensue. New, who that
understansterfteutpict will pretend to oeny that the pow
er of proerLation le lost sooner uy _ tnose falling Into im
proper habits thau by the prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy ofhpring, the most ea.
nous and destructive symptoms to both body and mind'
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Fanclibna Weakened, Lose of Procreative Power,
Nemo= Irralibility, Dyspepsia, PalpitatiOn of the Heart,
lactigenion, Goastitutions 1 Debility,,' & Wasting of the
Frame, Clough, Communphon, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7 south Frederick Street.
Lett hand side going from Baltimore street, a taw door.
irom the corner. Pail not to observe came and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doc
tor's Diplomas hang in his oMce.
Cure Warranted in Two Days.
No Moran or Nauseous Drum,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, Grad
uate from ose of the most aminentOolleges in the United
Setae', red the greater part of whose Me has been spent
in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphisi and else
01 here, has eillowsi nine of the meet astonishing curio
that were ever known -'many troubled with ringing In
the bead ant ears when tame& great nervousness, being
alarmed staudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing. attended sometimes with derangement of naiad
Take Particular Notice.'
Ur. J. addresses all those who have injured themselves
by improper indulge ce and solitary habits, when ruin
both uody and mind, unntting them for either banes&
study, society or marrusges
these are some of the sad and melancholly effecta pro
taco' by early habits of youth, vie : Weakens of the
Book and Limbs, Paine in the Head, Dimness f
Loss of muscular Power, Palpitation of the bean, DLL
popsy, Nervous ireatibility, Derangement of thelhgeside%
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Conaumptiony
itajoraux.—The tearful effects on the mind are' much
to be droaded—Loes of Newry, Confualon of Ideas , De
pression of Spirits, EMI Forbodlags, aversion to Society,
Self Distrust, Love of bolitnde, Timidity, in., are soma of
the evils produce&
Taurisoicas of persons of all ages can now judge what
la the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervoua and contented, hiving a
e m igu l ar a ppearance about the eya&cough and symptoms
Who hustle Mimed themeabets by a certain practice in
seised in when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the (Meets of which ,are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured redder.
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply immediately. _
What a pity that a young man, the 'Nose of his Coun
try, the darling of his parents, should be muddied horn
all PfusPecta end alnoYeents of life, by the, consequence
of demoting from tin path of nature amd indulging in a
certain secret habit. Duch perteme larlar, before contem
reflect theta wand mind M end bißy areitbis most nacos
aery requisites to promote connubial lumpiness. indeed,
without these the journey through litc Mammas a weary
pilgrimage ; the proupect sourly dashan to the view ;
lbw Mud becomes shadowed with &Opal:ant ailed with
the maimulholty reflection that the happitteas Of another
Woken bilighted•Widi oily own
Disease of Imprudence.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
finds that he has imbibed Gib meds of this painful de
ems, it too often bapens that ea mums of shame
or dread of discovery,
him from applying to those
Who, fr om &neaten and reelutlibibillt.Ti can alone be
friend hiin, delaying till the donsattutional symptoms on
this herr d disease make their appositions& inch is al
°meted eon Dung, Mseased nose, nocturnal pasts In
the head and ju n bo o thnnees of sigh!, deadness, nodes on
the shin nines ins arms, blotches on the load, fsee and
extremities, progressing with hightail sapidity; 1111 et ,
beet the panto of the month or the bones of die owe hid
is, and ; the TWA= Cr Ws snail disease,beciane. altorrld
ObjeCk Of commiseration, till death puts a period to his
dreadthl suffering& by sending him to " that Undinun ,
vend Count/Whom whence no tnivellir returns."
It is a useleacholly fact that thoessada fall victims to
MIS torilhle dieeese, . uwing to the lanikilfelinepe of Igoe.
rant pretenders, who by the - use of DJ* really Poison,
Mercury, ruin Um constitution and make the residue o
dwerub l c.i , ; /.. . •
Trust not your Ma k er nes^ to the care of the many
Unlearned and Worthiest Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or character, who copy . [Jr. John _
vcrtisemenls, or style themesivee in the newspapers,
regularly Educated Eturdeleas incapable ol Oaring, they
keep you trifling month atler month ter.lmg Sbelr filthy
and pouumbusross COL V OUndIi, IN as long sa.thili smallest
he can be obtained, and In deelwar, leave' yea with rain
ed health to sigh over yam , gadding diaappoinithent.
Dr, Ao p u eou to Moony Physician advertising.
His credented or diplornms always heap In bp i o o ze .
His remedies or trartment are aukiiowu to all , others,
prepared from a Mimeos Mike gr eat hiumitale of pi••
rope, the first iu the countrrind a MOM'extensive rip
rale Practice than asp Wier ,rayelohm in the world.
Indorsement of the Press. -
The many thousands Cured at Ws Institution year af
ter year, and the numerous inimertant Surgical Opera
tions pc:Prenatal by Dr. Johnisoil, wines:used by the re
porters of the "Sun," eClipper," Mid many other Pa
pers, notices, of which have appeared again and again
b e fore the public, beddet his standing as a gentlemen of
character and responsibility, is a aufncient guefractee
DiSeasee apeecbly ' Cured.
Persona writing should be particular in directing their
suers to Ma Dislataben, In the hillawing manner :
J0H14,111.. JOHNSON, M. D.
Oithe Baltimore Loek Hoepital l Bidiunore, Md.
COAL Oil Lamp . 'Sim 488 . ; Wicko, Chink
neys,, for sale low by wawa & t u muli,
oota corner Front and 11ftwketitreets.
Amount of Polley and
Lonna. to be increased
by, Intim additions.
QUIt newly . replenished stook of, Toilet
- sun Fancy 'Joel* ii!
_eneurpeseed in i thie eny,„ fpni
' l ee Ogg 6onThient Or render i ng Bath:AMOR, we leald
peCtrully unite a rill. - ' ' '
Al 'Market 'street, t n otneorweent cokleurtn strew , sough
4 ,1 e. i i.. , ~ : L,
CELL FISH dvety•ttaajidaYlind Friday
JOHN WJEVEI Eltins; ognier Third and Ital.
I !L 011717
"INDEPENDENT 1N Al,l Til I v:
HARRISBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 29, 1862
FREIGHT REDUCED 1
HOWARD & ROPE
MORT L QUU
TO AND FROM
N.,vi Vir Voitifk.
Goods Ordered in the
the same Night.
Leave New York at 71 P. M,, by the Fast
Through a:9nm Train, arriving in Narriabuqi
at 8 A. M.
WITHOUT ORANGE OF OAIIB.
Order Goods marked
• Via HOPS BIXPILBEIS CO.,
.162 Broadway, New York.
For bulkier Information engtdre,of
kliuumuse, Aug. 1861.-dtf
Iliiiingete Patent Beef Teas
Al3PLlD:Conepnvated .Yartzactt of :.geet
and' Vegatablei, notwortibli innaralbstoly lan a
nourishing and dailoiona soup or Beef Tea.
aigbly opproved by a mums ot.our. Physiondwaiho
usellttxin , Out Wagtails' Sat Ina austeninue for our
DOLSOTIONS YOB up onellitb part of a
cakecd thwedtraet, 'peer on 'boiling water, about, a
pint, mori,or kw awarding to the eiresph degred. In,
a few mhtniesit ;OW be entirety diseetvatl.
This admirable artlolo coadensee - hit) a compact,
ferny all the substantial and nutritive k)topetilimi of
large bulk of ineatiang vegetables. Tll4l readiness` with
which it eheolvasinto a rich and palatable scuts or tear
rx , .....srdy native varieties (and
ij they WI the only close worth plantingl In
the open air,) hit ga le at the Keystone Nursery,
adjoiph!g he city . 1 i
of 4 ' .
Among them are some the newer varied s,
such as Delaware, Dints, Rebexe, Concord, Maas-
dine,lkftfgrdifPlia o , 6Old iat
very high prices for mall and weak vinee.-- ,
Strong, well ripened and thrifty vines ?re new
offered at reasonable prices. '
Oct. 18, 1862. JACOB KWH. •
• STEAM BOILERS
A V IN 11 'nada .eflicient and permainen
arranyourma tor' the Duryea', we are herr Pro'
pa top to mare ei II BOLGIBI4 td every dud, prompt
ly and At reaeouaokl rates. tice.abaß twOrea made by
Bailey h Brother, the m 1.411.140" of whril la second to
ache In •
None but the beat nude employee. Itapeirtug prompt
traheudertto. Address MAGMA WOBBB,
merrily esirtibing; Pm.
CAMP WRITING OASES,'
ounsisimi • '
PAPER, EN VEDOPES,
PENS AND PENCILS
, • ,
Just like thing W carry to the kaapatida. Price catu
plate, only 88 G. ala. NOr We at
. kfigIIGNER'SCHELP BOWL @TORE.
8 G li,l
100 o r iaL lAd v a ea tit itlittd , aid ti: t hw el l
wul be.licold it the lofted ther,het prices.
• WM ' WM DAM JR, a OJ.
PECAN NUT Tam
A T Keystone Nursery.
FIANDELIOI4 tIOFFES I—A Fresh and
A./ keg° Ripply. et ttite Oulebmaxi mire% usi receiv44
bl . 1021 . . WI/L.990r. , &._o. :.
AVorfohoide lot, equal to ttio oolobra
tea (imported) Yoritolike, otel rereired.
.19 28 wx DOOM, .111.,6 CO.
Lti and examine those' noare or
s beat, cheopos& and simplest in in marke t ,
for Bala by NICHOLS k 40)VA444,, -
isl 9 • Viva% Ind /Wiest btrek.
aeries, a mat cekidgodieiCjdi, received and fur
sale by _ al. BOWMAN,
septl2 Verna Freat, sack Margot Meets.
E are offering for sale splendid
qualit ut Vanilla Bean at kow plow, Dj the
found, ounce or aingly. - '
HALLIta'S DRUG .IVORS,
i tleiket Street..
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOkls
:apd everything in tile lbolvjud received • large
beautifies and for Lek very low by ••
Dandelion and otherpreparations
jijk• of coffee, fresh and pare Ibr sale lolr, by ' I
slams a sowsum,
sae Comer Froi4 sod Martel ,ekeeeie.
, Twist, fur sale law by
NICHDLS Ai BOWMAN;"
L au2l (brow Front and Market Weds.
ANDELION, Rio and whorl' .
tionanf Coffee, for isle by
ieptl2 Corner Front end Market street*
its ASelv '8 • • O.ILALLINGIA BL,A.CIKING.,1 1
iyijoo or we, *snorted sirosoost received, 11 14 tol
&lie at Wholesale price!,
ILTZWISOLD HAMEL—A. animal lot' of
AN wee oqabrii,ld Ham pit madly&
ring. Nom, Jr., 140:
1;10EST PENS in the world, kirls4, $1 25
*1 14,0613, ii,tora r t uvs . 6- t
USE DALLEY'S M&QICAL
E ONLY TRUE PAIN EXTRACTOR IN
DALLAT'S PAINIZZIPRAMOR will cure wOuude U
arrEdlgNiAT.B.ll4o/2 will eatiloue ell exter
DILLEEVOPAIN" EXTRACTOR will prevent end dee-
. troyliorifiticati •
DALLRE'SPAIN AILIT &lOWA will ours tiaras of ill
VALLEY'S PAIN EETEACTOB heals Blain MA of
pan or mark, • •
DALIEns PAIN JEKTBACTOR.nentraltvs ellPolsoui
infused by Animals, Insects of Replies.
BALLETS PAIN E.rra,toraa will cure broken
Ries-ts; Bore tilieles, Piles, &c:
.rmizzny PAIN RX212102'011 will cure Bait Rheum.
04 no Ocald Mad. •
DALLEF'd PAIN 11,XTRAC2UR w W cure Chapped.
&lads, Chili '
DALLErBP4IN ALTTRACTOR will chi* Corus, Oar
' tomia, Ulcers, Warta, 60110, ito •
. No Hoolookeener ohould ever be without a' box
handy for use The timely ono of a tingM box may prove
or'atore talkie than 100 Slam ita Coot.
yon Nevelt son In the Army, send him
Box of Dallere rain Nxttsotor. It may be the means
of paving his life, or the ipe of a comrade for it will
cure wounds of all kinds without pain. Try the ex
... tint ; if 'he does not use it, it will cost you but
Bletete !--It you have a dear Brother to the Army.
send him a Box of
Pale Infector ; for it: will
dare *Moods Of 'all kinds, and it may be means dinning
our tirether's life. '
Daughters I.Mave you a loved one in the Army,
pito le wirer to you than life itself? Bend him a ' Box
Sr Dallejoe Pain Extractor. It, will care Wollecie of
ail 'haft, and prevent kinematic's, and may bathe means
of solo( his life.
Bader I—lf you have a friend in the Army, send
1, Box of Relley's Pain =rector I It may be the
masse of saying a life. Jr you. hive no convenience for
betiding it, Knd it by Mad. It wil cost you but 9 cents
postage for 8,26 et Box ; and in like proportion for 90 et.
WV. 09 Box. The large boxes contain !pellet the
money than the 26 et. Boxes.
Nosete.—That DALLitY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRAC
TOR wit do ill and even more than we claim it wiß, we
.refer ton Dr. VALISTINE lIOTP, and hundreds of other
entMent Physicians and Burgeons, besides millions of
people pll over the land, who ,have used the extr ac tor
with sever Ming success fOr the past 20 years.
Per sale by all Druggists, end by
HALL As RUCifirEL Agents.
And Wholesale Druggists
ran Greenwich Street, New York,
Who will toed a biz of either size, Postage paid, to / any
address in the United States, on receipt, In money or In
Postage Straps, of 22 eta. for the small size, or Weak
and $1.20,f0r the medium anklarge size, ;
For wk. at G. W.' Belly's , . Dreg, Store, Dlarket edam
POST OFFICE NOTICE
On and after May 6th, 1862, the mailsl at
this office will be closed as follows:
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
NORTH. WAY Man—For all }
, ""barg, took Afaien and
Eapilra,'N. Y., at 12.00
SOUTH. WAY ' Mam—For all ,
places between Harris
burg and Baltimore,
Md. and Washington,
D. at 12.00 'M.
For York, Baltimore,
Md., and Washington,
D. O. at 900 P. E.
LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD.
EAST. WAY itrum--For all
places , between Harris
burg and .
Pottsville, Easton and
Philadelphia, at .7.00 A. M
places between Harris- •
burg and Philadelphia,
at .6.80 A. H.
For Philadelphia and
Lancaster, at ...12.00 M.
For Bainbridge, Narita- 1 ,
Oolumbia t tancrater,
:Philadelphia and New
York, at -8.16 P. id
For Lancaster, Philadel
phia and New York, at 9.00 P.
WEST. WAY • Mart—For all
aud.Pitteburg, 900 P. M
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
For Mechanicsburg, Car
Ctielztbereburg, Pa., and •
liageretown, Md., at,..7.00 A. M
SCHUYLKILL AND 131J8QUEHANRA itAltr
berry,;; op Saturday.. ...2.00 P. X.
OFVflice Homy From 8.80 A. M. to; BP. M.
Sup* from 1i to 8i A. 11., tuul from 8 to 4
I'. IL GEORGE REJIG-NEM, Posimmta.
B . OOOE4HEW prune Yellow Corn
6Orbitetiels barley nialt;tirst quality.
54 barrels v; Welty, first quality.
Enquire of 51011ABD 1104EIAND,
Waelaugtoit Aiwa= , Harrisburg.
OF various kinds, at the Ic.eystone Nursery,
atdiebting the WY-
jgr - Trees *wed and warranted to grow,
or, if failing, to be replaced, on reasonable
*4!. JACOB MM.
Oct. 18, 1862.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
'OW is the time to have your Houses
AA Papered:: Q to Neal7 B, elndleris, No. 12 Market
street, sear the bridge, WPeper sari Wb3dow Phade
atom. flaw Maim ywaooWy attesowt to. all wort
WK.; D004,1r. & Cu
..,r I F choice verieths, ut Keystone Nursery,
I; Oct. I:8;41162.
44' CT 'PRA goNE "
Owe between Harrio-
burg and .Altoona, at 12.00
For . Johnstown and
Cleveland, 0., at 246 P. ar,
For Lewistown, Hun
places between Hants
btag and Chambers burg,
at. ..12.80P. 4
For Ellwood, Pin.' egrove, •
Sunitelt ttetioe, AR- •
burn 'stud Pottsville, ist 12.80 I'. 11.
Fin - Lingleetown
over, Ono and Jonas-
tali on Yon ay, W ed-,
needo:T 'and Frid l ity ' 7 A.
R•iLieburn and -.TAW&
Tns following letter s as reatived some weeks
ago, by the President of the Ladie's Union Re-
lief Association, and was followed a few days
later by a check for three hundred and seventy
five dollars and fifty cents, which is now in the
hands of the Treasurer of the Association.
11.uuumsnla; Oct. 13, 1862.
Mss. M. B. BEA.= :--Prcsident " Union Re
lief Association," HarrisbUrg : You will please
ttocept from the men of the Firstßrigade, Penna.
(consisting of the Ist . regiment, Lieut.
Col. Lumberton ; lid regiment Col. Davies, and
4th regiment, Col. Litzeogen,) reliantly tetUrnt.
ed from our State border, some commiapary
stores, now in warehouse. You may make
whatever disposition of them may in your opin
ion most effectually contribute to the relief of
the sick and wounded soldiers now lying in the
various hospitals within your reach.
Late Col. Comd'g Ist Brigade, P. M.
lAMB' UNION RUM ANSOCIIATION.—The reg-
Jar monthly meeting of the Ladies' Union Be
lief Association was held tiaturday afternoon,
October 25th, at 3 o'clock, in the school house
on the corner of Walnut street and River alley.
The minutes of the previous meeting ware read
and approved. Mrs. Charles Bally read the re
port of the Secretary of the Executive Commit
tee, also the report of the Treasury, litoth officers
being absent. The Treasurer's report showed
that since the organization of the Association
the receipts have been $585 01, - 'and the expen
ditures $7l 51, leaving ir balance in her bands
of $468 60. The' President read a letter ad
dressed to Mrs. Governor Chitin from the Sec
retary of the Pennsylvania Belief Asso
elation in the city'of New York, asking for aid
from this AsSociathin, - in behalf of the Penn
syltania soldiers tinder its charge ; she also
read a letter 'from Col. M'ClormiCk, which Will
appear in the daily papers. The President
stated that the kitchen recently erected by this
Association, at Camp Curtin, would be accessible
at all times to members of this Association de
siring to prepare food , for the sick and wounded
soldiers. On motion, the names of the mem
bers present willing to assist in the kitchen
were then enrolled. On motion, it was ag4ed
that this Association purchase Adams Co. roCk
ing chairs for the hospitals in this city, and
Bawn and Bruer appointed to ascertain
how many could be placed in each hospital.—
Mrs. Mathews moved that hereafter rice-pud
ding be dispensed with, and soup served instead,
which was agreed to. Bins. C. Bailey moved
that the thanks of this Association be tendered
to the Ladles of Altoona, for * box of clothing,
and for a box of lint and bandages to Mrs.
Glass of Philadelphia, fur a box of lint and
bandages; to the ladies of Grump/twine, Lu
zern county, for a barrel Of apple-butter;'to
the ladies' Aid Society of Mount Joy, for fifty
three crutches ; to the Ladies' Belief Association
of Turtle Creek, Allegheny county, for a box of
sundries ; and to Mr.: Slant; carpenter, for
erecting a kitchen free of charge, for the use of
the Association at Camp Curtin ; also to. Messrs.
Fager & Moyer, for allowing the utie of a stove
and utensils for the same. On motion of Mrs.
Bawn, the Secretary was directed to have the
proceedings of this meeting published iu the
daily papers. Meeting adjourned.
• • at. B. BEATTY, President.
E. A. ROMP, Secretary. •
RAILIWAD AZOIDINT—BACKAAOII MAIITSB Bale
Lan.—Mr. Joaeph Burgess, a baggage master
in the employ'of the Cleveland and Pittsburg
railroad, was killed at the depot of that road
at Cleveland, on Friday evening last. We
take the following details of this sad occur
rence from the Herald, of Saturday:
After the arrival °PAW, train at 6:30 P. M.,
of which the unfortunate deceased was bag
gage master, while standing on the forward
end of a freight car, engaged in switching tile
train, the•engine being on the other track, it
it supposed that while in dthe act of throwing
the, rope off by which the train was being
hauled into the depot, be missed his footing
and fell between the cars. The whole train of
five cars passed over his body, dragging it
some twenty or thirty, feet along the track„
completely tearing off his left leg, disembow
eling him, gouging his left eye out, and other
wise fdezfully mangling him. His death mutt
have. been instantaneous.
The deceased was a fine, healthy and robust
man, height six feat, and 38 years of age.
tie bad been in the employ of the Pittsburg
and Cleveland railroad between six and seven
years. He had tdways proved himself an effi
cient and industrious man, and In this cams-
Umpire they have lost a faithful and melons
servant. He leaves a widow and two young
children in tide city to' thine early mourn his
untimely loss, and 'an aged mother, of whom
he _watt het favorite and,pet BOIL
Ilisrgeas was a man of many good qualities
was thought much of by all who knew him;
and eepecisily by his 'fellow railroad men. A.
general feeling of gloom pervaded the depot
after the 86d occurrence. Elie remains were
removed at nine o'clock, and an inquest held
The sat Discoveries of Michigan.
In consequence of the supply of salt from
Southern salt fields being cut off by the rebel
and the increased duties on'the imported
article, the price has reached a figure never
known before. The range of price must, to a
great extent, be controlled by the quantity
manufactured at Saginaw. These works have,
been in operation only about two years, yet
the productions of these regions have been l
widely felt, and must materially affect the
The extent of these fields is almost unlimit
ed, and the supply 'inexhaustible. They are
between forty , and fifty miss in length,
stretching from the ba y westward to, where the
Chippewa river pours into the Ilttebewassee,
and-even ten miles beyond, and in breadth ex
tending for:more than thirty miles, the whole
country thus bounded forming an enormous
basin that is full and constantly filling with
8E092 per cent. brine. Bore a
o ny where ill
this hnmenstrfield, to the depth f eight 'tun
dra' feet, and the brine le found in exhaustible
Dim is no longer either any question
41,1 to the quality of the brine ;, it ,contains hn-
Otitis% but it is believed DO more and none
different from those found in Kanawha and
Onondaga brines , . With this vast: extent of
*misery, continuing to YielC inch immense
q uantities of brio', there can be 310 doubt , that
ti s , math will oventuilly be bountifully sup
plied from this Illgion Ono,.
.rtin conaquencue of the :importance of thbi
gttam 'tinting Offirt.
Having procured Steam Power Presses, we are prepar
ed to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every
description, cheaper Orin It ran be done at RaY other
establishment In the coucti.9.
RLTt OF 'ADVERTISING.
gag- Four lines or Jess constitute sue-half - square.
Eight lines or more than four constitute a square.
Malt Square, one day • $0 26
41 .•„ Otte wee 126
(1 00 0 [Mr kill. ....... .............. 2 60
a three niOCIEtIS6 00
tt six mouths •6
one yr a-..
One Square, one daY ......
one Week 2 00
one motgh 6 00
a three math,.... 10 01
all mutate , . 16 00
one year. 20 00
sir Business notices inserted in the Local Colony+ or
before Marriages and Deaths , EIGHT GENTS PER LINE
for each insertion. •
sir Marriages And Deader-to be ebarged se regular
comparatively new country, as a great lumber
and salt manufacturing region, it, is being rap
idly opened up by the enterprise of; capitalists.
Saginaw, which in 1834 had not a White inhab
itant, has now a population of 8,000; and 14 a
thriving commercial town. Salt docks now
alternate with lumber yards for Awenty-five
miles on the riverbanks.
For the manufacture of fine salt, there are
nineteen blocks that boil day and night—Sun
day not excepted—an average of sixty kettles
each. About twenty more blocks are nearly
completed, which will soon be at work —and
will be run to their utmost capacity (taring the
winter. At present the best blocks turn out an
average of forty barrels per day. Daring the
year, Saginaw has produced about 600,000 bar
The importance and extent of the salt inter
est in Michigan has occasioned improvements
in the art of manufacturing it, and the old
kettles and furnaces are gradually giving, way
to the new process of evapuratin4 by steam in
large vats, which produces a better quality of
salt, and at a reduced cost—Detroit Free Press.
BY TELEG ' 1
From oar Nornlog &litho!!
Five new regiments, each nearly one thous
and strong, arrived here yesterday. A number
of recruits for old regiments have also arrived.
The following army appointments are an
nounced : Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Morris to be
Major General ; John M. Austin to be-Assistant
Paymaster; James B. Sheridan to be Addi
Commander Edward T. Niel:Lois has been or
dered to the command'of the Alabama ; Adting
Master F. Josselyn has been ordered to the
steamer Commodore Hall ; Acting Assistant
Surgeon J. IS. Cohen hoe been ordered to the
steamer Stettin ; Acting Assistant Surgeon H.
W. Mitchell has been ordered to the steamer
Commodore . Hall ; Acting Assistant Surgeon
AL H. Henry has been ordered to the steamer
Commodore Morris; Acting Assistant bulge=
0. W. Gibson has been ordered to the steamer
A Rebel General Abandoning the
Correspondence of the Onaciunati Gazdis.l
ST. Lotus, Oct. 23
The Republican of yesterday Morning contains
a brief anncuucement that Brig. Gen. Edwin
Price, eon of Major Gen. Sterling Pike, has re
aigued his Commission in the Contederate ser
vice. He was at the headquarters of Gen. Cur
tis night before last, and stated that he con
sidered the cause of the rebels hopeless, and
the speedy crushing of the insurrection a cer
tainty. Lie said that his father went into the
war reluctantly, but was now enlisted heart end
soul to fight until the independence of the
Confederacy was acknowledged, and its successes
achieved. The young man resigned his com
mission, and entrusted it to Gen. Curtis to send
through the lines, to be forwarded to Richmond.
He announces his intention to go to hie home
in Chariton, Mo., and take no further part in
the war. With an appearance of full sincerity,
he took the oath of allegiance tO the- United
States in its strongest form. Those who best
kdow him are confident that he will respect
and observe it. Like his father, he is said to
possess many high qualities of head and heart,
and to hold inviolate his solemn pledge.
He assures us that we are greatly under-esti
mating the strength of the rebels in Arkansas.
He feels certain that there are not less' than
60,000 enrolled west of the Mississippi, half of
whom are eupplied with arms and munition.
A considerable quantity of French and English
muskets have recently run the blockade, and
many of them have been sent west to Hinduism
and Holmes. Of the large force in Arkansas,
the main strength is under Hindman and
Holmes, and is stationed at Duvall's Bled and
Little, and between these points, as I informed
you in my letter several days ago. As I pre
viously stated, Monroe rarsous is moving in
the direction ofSalem ' with from eight to
twelve thousand men. How this force is to be
subsisted in Arkansas is no less a perste to the
ex-rebel than it is to all of us who have been
studying the situation in the Southwest. That
it must make a dash into Missouri, or starve
and fall to pieces whore it is, is a fact that can
not be doubted.
FROM FORTRESS MONHOE•
FONDUES MONNOB, Oct. 27.
A severe storm has been raging here for the
last thirty holm, but has abated this after
The lief of truce boat Express, from Aiken's
Landing, due yesterday afternoon, has not yet
A rebel officer is said to have recently in
formed one of oar federal officers that the ob
structions formerly in the James river at Fort
Darling had all been removed.
The regular Baltimore steamer due at Fortress
Monroe at 7 o'clock this morning did not arrive
till 7 o'clock this everting, having been detained
in Baltimore by the seism.
The Richmond Enquirer, of October 24, sap
that the yellow fever has made its appearance
in several town in Texas. At Sabine BM at
the latest accounts there had been twenty-Ave
deaths from it, and the most of the people had
fled from the place.
THANKSGIVING IN MARYLAND.
Rua' max, Oct. 28
Governor Bradford has appointed Thursday,
November 27th, as a day of Thanksgiving and
prayer in this State. One passage in his pro
clamation reads as follows: . I
"More especially should we in Maryland
thank Him that the attempt so recently made
to invade our State, and transfer to its wit
the scene of the conflict, has been so success
fully resisted by our defenders, and so bnpreg::
sively rebuked by our citizens ; and that whilst
war, in its most appalling aspects ; has for the
past eighteen months raged within eight of our
borders, our own people, with the exception of
one memorable week, have all' practically eu
joyed moat of the advantages of peace_
SWUM ?Oki ,Tilt LIE "290." - •
- • . Boirk" Oct. P- a.
The tr. S. gunboat Tuocesoro left Etri4.9 lo .
the Bth and the Kareag,efoi On the Elth. lort„.oit
Illierch of the pirate
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28.