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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GI- MIL CO C 5 XI 3n. is,
Corner Front and Maxim Streets,
14 ESP F, CT IV EL Y invite the attention
LAI af the public to their large and well ;miaow
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, MINN AND DO
We now offer for sale
Stewarta, Loverings Golden Syrup,
White and Brown Sugar's Of all grades,
Green and Black Teas,
. Coffee, Spices and Flavoring
4c., 8E4., 814 .
We Invite an examination of our superior
NON-EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
Unequalled In every respect by any in the market, to.
pother with all kinds of
&c., &c., Sac
We have the largest assortment of
GLASSWARE Sr, Q,UEEESWARE
In tho °HY ; also, all kinds of
CEDAR AND- WILLOW WARE.
taall and examine at our old stand,
NICHOL 9 &BOWMAN,
septlg Corner Front and Market stride.
BOOK-BINDERS' RULININIACIIINES AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND 11AOH . SN~B NOE
GRINDING OUTIING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Nadine Work sad Iron and 8111111
C AST 111 GS,
WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS BRANOWN4
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, NM., ' B?C.
er Any Machine of Wood, Von or Bram
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, gm.
PATENT W,4..10.0K1N SCREW CUTTING TOOLS.
air cub pattfor Id Copier, grass, Opener, anr.
isTEAM BOILERS; &O.
ABOVE STATE STREET
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both 'tallowy and swinging. Soh
Weights and variant other building casting,, for sale
veyy cheap at the rmy24-1y) ' "111.4 WOMB.
BOOKS FOR FAUIREI.
HE attention of agriculturists Is directed
to the following works, , which will enable
t em to increase the ,quantity and value of
their crops by adding 'Science and the,exPerl
menhi of others to their experience :
STEPHEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the best way toperform them. Price....B 60
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
Economy, 4 00
LANDSCAPE UARDE NING, by A11en....1 00
THE FARMER'S COMPANION; by Bush . 76
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL-
TUBE, by Johnston ' ' 50
THE AMERICAN FARMER'S new and uni
versal handbook, with 400 engtiirthge..2 60
AN EASY METHOD OF MANAGING
SEES, by Weeks .
'be Nature and Treatment of Diseases of , 24P
Cattle, by Dadd 1 00
LEIBIG'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY 76
1411,013 COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk, butter,
cheese_, by Flint .. r.:. 1, 60
GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by
Lynch 1 60
SAXTON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the
Hume, the cow , the; ig; fowls, ltd.), Ac..l 00
THE. FARMER'S DICTIONARY anci Prac
tical Farmer, by Dr.
j efircloe,„l....l 60
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC , 76
THE FIELD BOOK OF, BM, or '
Aineridan Muck Book,: 28
' THE HORSE AND IHSDIII 4 / 1 11.0, by j
1 101:1ATT ON THE HORgi 1, 26
BIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 8004....1 ; 00
1102282121ANSBEEP and the Breaking and, .
Training of Horses . 76
Stindaid Books , School 13434,14,L;d
thing in; the stationery line, apt atlowest prices, at
TimpalllEll'S CHEAP BOOK STORE,
The Girard Lite Insurame, Annuli tihd
Trust Company of Phifathdphia.
OH lab NO. SOS CRES7= SVIRET.
(CHARTER PERPETUAL) '
tuPrrhi, AND A9SITS $1,M8,888
THOMAS RIDGWAY,' Piesidentr
JOHN Ir. JAIdeM, Actuary,
CONTINUE to make INSURANCE .14N
LIM on the most reason elle tenni. . •
araelistidlte=s;ersuLti As eee
rd fans_ under
The capital being paid isp and invested, together with
st law and =latently increming reserved Mad, Were i
perfect seenr , ty to th insured.
The premlams•truty be paid yearly t half yearly or
The =many add a BONUS periodically to the, luau.
tames Dr lift. The NEM BONUS appropriated In De
comber,lB44, Die SECOND BONUS In Decombet, 1949
the TBISD BONUS in December, DIK and the your/
BONUS in 1869. These additions , are mad. without. to
ques's any Moms* n the preintime • to by so t td so the
The following are a few examplei , tient the Roglstee:
Policy . I Loomed
NO. 59 MOO IS 887 60, $8,387.00
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LiA9 discovered the most certain speedy
Lk - Aid effeteuett6nedy In the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
mum IN SIX TO TWILVS HOURS.
No Mercury or Noxious Brno.
./‘ Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to 'two Days.
Weakness of the Back or,Limbs, Strictures, Affeetione
of the kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, In.
potency, General Debility, Nervonnuelol, Dyepepsy, tun .
guor, Low HOMO, Connotes of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddi
ness, Di ewes of the Head, Throat, Nose or dkin, Affec
tions of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowls—those ter
rible Wendell arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth
—anise 11110111 r and tatithiry prentess more fatal to their
victims than the ining.Of yrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their moat brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, az., impossible.
Sapiently, who have become the. Vidialß or Solitary
Vim, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of , Young
Hen of the most exalted talents and. brilliant intelie :t,
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
With the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy .he
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating. .
digs, being aware of physical weakness, organic . debbi.
ty, 110., speedily cured.
He who plates Maisel( under t h e care of Dr. J. may
religiously collide in his honor as a gentleman, 150 d con.
gdently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
Atotpuos or Policy •
bones robe booromod
by Mars additions.
"INDEPENDENT IN All
immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored.
This distressing AWectionoe-which renders I Ile misera
ble and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid hy the
victims of improper indulgences. l oung persons are too
apt to commit excesses Iron not being aware olf the
dreadful contaminate that may ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to defiy that the pow
er.of preereatlon is lest sooner oy those failing into im
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de-!
prived the pleasures of healthy offkpring, the most se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise. The 'imam becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power
Natant Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Bean; 1
Indigestion, Clonstrantioni I Debility, • Wasting of the
Frame, Cough , Consumption , Decay and Death,
Moe,. No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left hand side going fro m
e Balthnore street, a few door.
rem the corner. Pail not to observe home and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doc
tor's Diplomas hang in his office.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days. ,
No Mercury or Nauseous Drupe,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, Grad
uate from ode of the most eminent Colleges in the United
Slates, sad Llui greater part of,whese lite has been ;spent
in the hospitals of London, , Parii, Philadelphia and • else
where, has effected some of the most. astonishing t:ures
that were ever known - rainy troubled with ringipg in
the Mod and ears when asleep, great nervousness, j being
alarmed aindden mantis, bashfolness, with frequent
Welting, attended sometimes with derangement . a mind
were cured immediately. •
Take Particular Notice. -
Dr. J. addressee all those who have injured themeelves
by improper indulge, co and solitary habits, which, ruin
both body and mind, unfitting them for either business,
study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholly effects pro
cooed by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness , f Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the heart, , Lys
popsy, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of thelegOstive
Functions, Demeral Debility, Symptom' of Consumption,
esuite.The fearha effeete on the mind are Much
to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Idithe I De
=af Spirit% KIM Forbodings, Aversion to Some ty,
true, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Sc., are some of
the evils produced.
;Tionhailaw of perinea of all ages can now judge what
is the cause dater declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
angular appearance about the op es, cough and symptoms
• ' Young Ken
Who have injured Miasmata& by a certain practice in 1
ailed in when alone, a habit frequently learned free,
evil companions, or &taboo', the effects of w litchi are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cued renders
tainviags inbritte, and, destroys both mind and bbdy,
:should apply . mm64111'140.
What a pity that a young inan, the.hope of his (*en
try; the darling of his parents, should be snatched from
all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the aineequOnce
or devedupg from the path of nature end indulging in a
cattle secret habit. Such persons NUM, beer, COntem-
'OllOl that it sound ma r and aresthe most , nee.es
eary requisites to promote connubial happiness. hoped,
without these, the Punta through life becomes a Wati,
pomp ; the prosper* hearty, .daskens to the view ;
bemuse" 'Wowed wi th despair end Ailed web
the tileoWll,l taffectka that the' happiness of another
beams. beetled with oar own.
i s Disease of ImMudenoe. ',
When . the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
grade that he hes imbibed the seeds of this painful die-
I ass, %too often hapeas that an ill-timed sense of shame
or dread ef disievery, deters him from applying to those
who, from eimeation ,
and respectability, can skate On
friend We, dialeideit till the confab:atonal symptoms on
this hat'd Mane make their appearance, much as • al
oersted 'sore threat,
diseased noes, noct u rnal pane in
the hail end laths, dirtiness of sight; deadness lades on
the "halms" sad arms, blotehasoa the head; f ace d
extremities, progressing with fright:oi . rapidity, tit at !
last the palate of the mouth: or ttie bates of the nose 11.
is, and the victim of this awful diseanelbecome- aho id
objector miseratiou r till death pats a period to 'his
'dreadfu I autleringy by sending him to'" that Vediscov•
verse Country from whence no traveler returns."
It es a welenekelJg fast that theesands fail vial= 1 to
this terrible deelee. Ming to the unekllfullness of igtio.
raid pretenders, 'Who by the , use of thot Deadly Poison,
liaaisry, ruin the constitution and make the residua l o
Life Wearable ' ' '
, Strangers. I
Trust not your lives, or health, to the care of the many
Unlearned end Worthless Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or character, who copy Dr. Johnson's adver
vertimments, or Ole themselves in the newspapers,
regularly.Bduatted Physicians incapable of Curing, they
keep coo truing month after month toting their filthy
autpoiamenenessuot mounds, or es long as the smallest
(bean be obtalaed, and in despair, leave yen with rain
ed health to sigh ova your galling disappointment
Dr. Jobnsoir is the only Physician adiurtishtg.
MB Credential or, diploma" always hangs in his real.
His resiediee or treatment are unknown to ail others,
PrePared atom a life spent in the gr eat hospitals or lin
rope; the first In the country and a more extensive'
vate Freak* thee any other Physician in the world.
Indorsement of the Press.
The many thousands cured at this bethinks year af
teryeer, and the numerous important Surgical opera
tions perforated by Dr. Johnson, witnessed by the re
portals of the "Bun," "Clipper," and many other pa
pea, notices of which have appeared again and- again
IMPWO the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character end reeponsibtlity, is • sufficient guarrauthe
Sethi afflicted ' Diseases apeedily Cured.
pimilais writing should be particular 14 dirmtifig their
titters to he Instititticm, in the following manner :
JOHN MG JOHNSON, M. D.
Cl tho Baltimore Lock Hospital, DiailiMore, MS.
VAL Oil I amp Shades, Wicks, Chim—
nays; for Bale low by
NJICHOL9 k BOWMAN,
Corner Front and btarketatreeta.
OVA newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fornsy Goods is , nos in this city, and
*dna coossost or rendeirins sa onion, we would tea
Peciro l )l Pails WM&
91 Market street,: two doors east 01,1ourtti street, watt
R 118 E every. Tuesday and Friday
• at 7 ol/N 'Man Para, corner of Third and Mai-
HARRISBURG, PA. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1
FREIGHT REDUCED 1
HOWARD & HOPE
SHORT & QUICK ROUTH
TO AND FROM
Goole Ordered in the
the same Night•
Leave New York at 74 P. M., by the Fad
Through Eltpress Train, arriving in Harrisburg
. at 8 A. M.
WITHOUT ORANGE OF OARS.
Order Goods marked .
via HOPE EXPRESS C 0. ,.
General Office. 162 Broadway, New York
For farther information enquire of
GEO. BERGNER, Agent
'fauvism°, Aug. 1861.-dtf
Mnringer's Patent Beef Tea.
ASOLID Concentrated Extract of Beef
and Vegetables, convertible Immediately into a
nourishing and deilaious Soup or Beef Tea.:
approved by ',number of out Physicians who
use it in our hosplials Or the sustenance for. our
Duteorroas von ilite.-13ut up oneflith part of a
eithe of the extract, pOur on boiling water, about a
pint, more °rifts, scoording to the strength desired In
a few minutes it will ea entirely dissolved.
This admirable article condenses into a compact
form, alt the substantial and nutritive properties of a
large bulk of meat and vegetables. The readiness with
which it dissolves into a rich and palatable soap or tea,
which would require bonze of prepatadott ' , ace rditi,g ,
to the none! inethod„le an advantage 1a many situatiohit
(011ie to obvious to need urging. '
Nor sale by Wit. DOOR. Jr., & Co
OF all desirable hardy native varieties, (and
they are the only class worth planting in.
the open air,) for sale at the Keystone Nursery,
Among them are some of the newer varieties!,
such as Dolma" Diana, Robaxa, Concord, Musca
dine, Hartford, Pselific, kr. which have sold at
very high prices for small and weak vines.--
Strong, well ripened and thrifty vines are now
offered at reasonable prices.
Oct. 13, 1862. JACOB NISH.
HAVING made efficient and permameut
arrangement for the purpose, we are DOIP pre
p& ep to mate h ISM& BUILBIRS of every kind, prompt
ly and at renionaole rates. We shall use iron made by
Bailey & Brother, the rep...ration or which is **Odd to
moue to the hairnet.
None but the best needs employed. Repairing prompt
ly attended to. Address MAGER. WORKS,:
myttly - Hairriebusn, Pa.
CAMP WiIITIND CASES,
PENS AND PENCILS
Just the thing to carry in the Impala. Price corn
piste, only 3a c ate. Sot sale at e• . '
tiliftBNlCit'SCHO&P BOOS STOB;.
)?!.j e r e %d aed Raw,)lo(et gres'nd nu received end
win cc 801
d at the tootest nueitetprices.
020 . WM DAIK, ua., a
PECAN NUT TREES
A T Keystone Nursery.
nANDELION (iii`RblS t--A lortnith
!aro IbislkiletnsolW*ll.l4, reu,kiad
. - Dila I • • • WiILIKK , •Ir `dt u:
t ,.Ei r T a . 8 i 4 i 9 1. 0 1i N!
A o_oloo o_, _ o 0 c e rebra
joLted (imported) Yorliiiibire, Ault received.
iYsb WM DOOR', JR., & CO.
CALL. and examine those new jars' 'ter
Pony t , Oust, cboapasi andttmpiest in to martot,
for sale by smilers a BOWMAN,
bib . *armor Front and Market street.i
CHEESE from the celebrated Hamburg
dartes, a email coasbgamen ,ja received and
ode by pdoHuLi a BOWMAN,'
septl2 Corner rent sea Mar..; streets.l
WE are o ff ering tor sale a splendid
waft u• Vanilla Ream at low prices, by the
pound, ounce or singly.
KRILDRI DRUG bTOIIII,
91 Illarltet Street.
CEDAK TUBB, BASKETS BROOM
and everything in tho line, just reCtilved lo e
nosinities and for SSW very low by
RlO, Dandelion and. other preparation:
or ir.offee; frtnand parley &Tisk) IoW, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets,
T OBACCO, Cavendish, Congress, Twist, for Baia tsyr. by --
NIOf()LS & lOWMAN,
Cartier Frost and Market 'trawl!.
DDANDELION, Rio and oilier preparai•
toms of Coffee, for axle by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Frost and Market streets
MABUN "CRALLVNGB BLACKING: I
too Grow, saaorted adAijust received, and to
cue at Wholesale prices,
IXWBOLD HAMS.—¢. small lot
these a, lebtistaal Ram a _last isceived.
r"r9 ,l WY. DOCK, Jr., k 00.
43E8T PENS in thowOrld, for 750, $1 2t
*Lbw SS, SS, ad Si; safe =IS
g o ie.yMai% BOCOMOOTte
WY., DOOK,Jr. & 00
USE DALLEY'S MAGICAL
E 'ONLY TIWN,PAIN EXTRACTOR IN
DALLEY'S PAIN EXTRAMit will cure wounds o
• all kinds
DALLEP 8 FAIN EXTRACTOR will subdue ell ester
DALLRYSPAINEXTRACTOR will prevent and dee
troy aforti&VA oa.
DALLEY'S PAIN EATRACTOR wi l oui e Horns of all
D.A.f..L.EY'S PAIN EXTRACTOR nests Blisters free of
"pain 'or mark.
DAILEY'S PAIN EirmAcToß neutrallz w all Poisons
infused by Animals. Insects of Repllus.
DALLErB PAM' EXTRACTOR will cure broken
Breaqs, Sore Nipples, Piles, &c.
DALLEY'S PAIN EXTRACTOR will cure salt Rheum.
Scrofula, Scald Head.
DALLRY'S PAIN EXTRACTOR will cure Chapped
• Bands, Chill Blaine„ etc.
DALLEFE P 411( EXTRACTOR will cure Corns, Caw
ur eles, Dlcens, Warts, Boils, he
No Housekeeper should ever be without a box
handy for use. The timely use of a single box may prove
of more value than 100 times its Cost.
Parents 3—lf you have a son In the Army, seed him
a Box of Dalley's Pain Extractor. It may be the means
of a eying his life, or the 1110 of a comrade : for: it will
cure wounds of all kinds without pain. Try the ex
periment ; if he does not use it, it will cost you but
Staten 1--11 you have a dear Brother to the Army.
send him a Box of Dalley's Pain Extractor ; for;it Will
core wounds of all kinds, and it may be means of saving
Elaigginers I—Ehive you a loved one in the:Army,
who is dearer to you than life. Itself t, Send him 'a Box
of Dalley's Pain Extractor. It will cure wounds of
all kinds, arid prevent intimation, and may be the means
et saving his life.
Reader you have a friend In the Army, send
him a Boxer killeY's Pain Extractor I It maybe the
means of saving a life. Ir you hove no convene ee for
sending it, said it by mad. it wil cost you but 9 cents
postage for a 25 et Box ; and In like proportion for 50 ct.
and 1.1 00 Box. The large boxes contain more for the
money than the 26 et. Boxes.
Notice.—That GALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRAC.
TOR wil do all and even more than we claim it will, we
refer to Dr. VALENTINE MOTI, and hundreds of other
'eminent Physicians - and Surgeons, besides minions of
people all overlhe laud, who have used the hxtractor
with never failing success for the past 20 years.
For sale by all Druggists, and by
HALL & 'MOREL, Agents.
And Wholesale Druggists
*Ls Greenwich Street, New York,
Who will send a Box of either size, l'ostage'paid, to any
address In the United Buttes, on receipt, in money or in
Post,go Stamps, of 22 cts. for the small size, or 60•cte.
and $l.OO for the medium and large size.
For sale at G. W. Retly's Drug Store, Market • quare,
WHOLE SALE AND RETAIL.
ITAVING lamed tin Coal Yard, foot of
j.j. North street : lately occupied by o. D. Foster,
Girt enabled to supply the public with a
• F THE DIFFERENT
VARISTY AND SIZES OF
Orders respectfully solicited—whieb, If left at the
office, toot of North street, or at the office of Wm.
Docir. , Jr. k CO., will receive prompt attention.
• OILLARD DOCK.
THITHER'S DAILY LEE! 1
Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Ran
ey, Uniontown, WattontoWn, Milton,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun
bury, ifroverton, Georgetown,
The Philadelphia Depot . being centrally located, :the
Drayage will be et th e Lowwd Hates. The Conductor
goes through with each Irani to attend to the safe ;de
livery of all goods intruded to the line. Goods deliver
ed atthe Depot of
Fred i Ward St Freed, 811 Market street, Philadelphia,
by o'clock P. M., win be delivered in Harrisburg the
freight Always as Low as by Ally Other
Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
ost2l-09 Poo of Market Street, Harrisburg.
f ' FOR SALE. . t
3.OOOBUSHELS prime Yellow Corn
600 bushels barley malt, brat quality.
200 busbeld rve.
• 60 barrels ahiaity, brat quality.
. Enquire of •RtOILiaD HOGEtAND,
se29, .ti Washington avenue, Harrisburg?
;OF various kinds, at the Keystone Nursery,
Vdjoining the city.
fir Trees planted and warranted to grow,
or, If , failing to be replaced, on reasonable
terms. JACOB MM.
Oct., 18, 1862.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
NOW is the time to have your Houses
1.111 Hapertd. Go to Henry G. Shaffer's, No. 12 Market
Meet, near the bridge, Wall Paper ant Window Phase
Store. Paper banging personally attended to. MI work
APPLE TEM; -
choice varieties, at Keystone Nursery,
Oct. 18, 1862.
F all desirable varieties, at the Keystone
EThe weather and season are favorable,
an they 'should be planted as 'soon as possiblj.
Oct. 13, 1862. J. MISH.
'WEBS, at Keystone Nursery, adjoining the
city of Harrisburg.
Oot. 18, 1662.
LLOLD PENS l—The largest and beet
Vf qt , irom 81.00 to ii,9o.—warranted—at
n'4o - --' BIIFYPIIR 8 80088TORIC
iII:MINN Cheese frOlo New York Nino
A. Just received'and for sale low by -
4 1., , aarner arY92tarkrißtats.
6 i t in
A e. .13 4tros Prime Sutra!
;24) Cured RAMS (44111*Tery low wbolliar
or by WX. - DOC . K ,111 ar, ocr
u r R A. I ()NE "
From oar ilorolbg RdMoo
From General Sigel's Army.
A Skirmish at Thoroughfare Gap
Rumored Retreat of the Rebels
WASHINGTON, Oct. 31
A dispatch received here last night from
Gen. Sigel states that no signs of the enemy
were to be seen at Dumfries, Stafford Springs,
Brentsville or Bristow Station. Persons residing
in the neighborhood of the, latter place, how
ever, expected the arrival there to-day of a train
from Warrenton Junction.
There is a rebel picket, 60 men strong, at
Buckland Mills, with sentinels three miles and
a half south of Gainesville. A regiment of
rebel cavalry made their appearance at New
Baltimore on Wednesday.
A cavalry reconnoisance to Thoroughfare
Gap, report that a great many stragglers from
the rebel army are in the neighborhood.
The reconnoitering party found a rebel pick
et at the Gap, which they drove through, when
a skirmish ensued, but finding the enemy too
strong on the other side of the Gap, our force
Another dispatch, received later last even
ing, states that information has been received
from two contrabands, who left Upperville on
Wednesday at 3 P. M., that the rebels 11,000
strong, with twelve pieces of artillery, under
command of Gen. Walker, were at Upperville
on Tuesday, at 3 a. w. •
The negroes say that Walker, who was fear
ful that the Union forces were marching upon
him in too strong force, had evacuated the
place and fallen back.
Our cavalry had advanced as far as Upper
vine without meeting the enemy in any large
Gen. Bayard's cavalry were at Aldie on yes
terday morning. Gen. Sigel's lines extend as
far as Pleasant Valley.
There has been no rebel patrol seen at Brenta
villa since Sunday.
THE VICTORY AT CORINTH,
Official itecapitulailon ot its Results
HEADQUARTERS AIRY OF TIM 'Augustan%
THIRD DrneroN, Dzsnuor OF WEST TENNESIMI,
Corinth, Miss., Oct. 25.
GINBEAL ORDERS No. 161.
Army of Third Division of District of West Ten
The preliminary announcement of the results
of the great battle of Corinth was given to you
on the battle-field by myself in person. I then
proclaimed to you that "they were badly beat
en at all points and had fled, leaving their dead
and wounded on the field." When I told you
to replenish your cartridge boxes and haver
sacks, snatch a sleep after your two days' fight
ing and two nights of watching and move
ments, and by the morning's dawn to follow
the retreating foe, my heart beat high with
pride and pleasure to the round and joyful re
sponse frpm your toilworn and battle-stained
ranks. ' Such a response was worthy such sol-
diers, and of the country and cause for which
I have now received the reports of the various
commanders. I have now to tell you that the
magnitude of the stake, the battle, and the re
sults, become more than ever apparent. Upon
the issue of the fight depended the possession
of West Tennessee, and perhaps even the fate
of operations in Kentucky, Thwentire availa
ble force of the rebels in Mississippi, save a few
garrisons and a small reserve, attacked you.—
They were commanded by Van Dorn, Price,
Villipigue, Rust, Armetrong, Maury, and others,
in person. They numbered, according to their
own anthoritiee, nearly forty thousand mei—
almoshiligtble your own numbers. Yon fought
theuilifro'the position we desired on the 3d,
punishing them terribly ; and on the 4th, in
I three hours after the infantry entered into ac
tion, they were completely beaten. You killed
and buried 1,423 officers and men, some of their
most distinguivhed officers falling, among whom
was the gallant Colonel Rogers of the Second
Texas, who bore their colors at head of his
storming column to the edge of the ditch of
"Battery Robinett," where he fell. Their
wounded, at the usual rate, must exceed 6,000.
You took 2,268 prisoners, among whom are
137 field officers, captains, and subalterns, re
presenting fifty-three regiments of infantry,
sixteen regiments of cavalry, thirteen batteiles
Of artillery, and seven battalions, besides seve
mi companies. Yon captured 3,360 stands ;of
small arms, fourteen stands. of : colors, 'two
pieces of artillery, and a large quantity of equip.
menus. You pursued. his retreating colamn
forty miles in `force with infantry and sixty
miles with cavalry, and were ready to -follow
him to Mobile, if necessary, had you received
I congratulate you on these decisive result ;
in the name of the Government and the people
I thank you. I beg you to unite with me in
giving humble thanks to the Great Master of
all for our victory.
It would be to me a great pleasure to signal
ize in this General Order those whose pinata
deeds are recorded- in the various reports; but
their number forbids. I will only say that to
Gene. Hamilton, Stanley, McArthur, and Davis,
to Gen. Oglesby and Col. ?dinner, and the bri
gade and regimental commanders under therti,
I offer my thanks foithe gallant and able man
ner in which they have performed their severidl
duties. To the regimental commanders add
chiefs of batteries and cavalry, and especially
to Cols. Lee and Hatch, I present my thanks
for their gallantry on the battle-field and In
I desire especially to offer my thanks to Gen.
Davis and his division, whose magnificent
fighting on the 3d more than atones for all th4t
was lacking on the 4th. To all the officers arid
soldiers of this army, who bravely fought,
offer my heartfelt thanks for their noble bob+
vior, and pray that God and their country may
add to the rewards which Sow from the con
scioneuess of duty performed, and that the time
may speedily come when, under the Sag of
nation one and indivisible, benign peace map
a me nd fa un
us amid the endearments fif
home and family.
But our victory his coat us the lives of thr I *
hundred and fifteen brave officers and soldier 4,
b e sides the wounded. Words of praise cannot
reac h those who died for their country in tll4l
battle, but,they console and encourage the
The memory of the bray.
grtsam tiding Pm
Having procured Steam Power Presses, we are prepar
NI to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every
description, cheaper than It ran be done at any other
establishment in the country.
ifir Four lines or tees constitute este•ball square,
Fight lime or more than four constitute a square.
Halt :Apace, one diy $0 26
one wee. ... 1 26
one too. .......... ............ 260
three mouths ..... ...... ....... 400
Mx mouths 11 00
11.1. one ........................10 00
One Square, one day
ir three mouth: ,
" six mouth
sir Business notices inserted in the Local Cohens'' or
before Marriages and Deaths, NIGHT GENTS PER LINE
for each insertion.
Marriages and Deaths to be charged u regular
advertisements . '
the chivalrous Kirby Smith, the true and noble
Cols. Thrush, Baker, and Miles, and Capt. Gay
C. Ward, with many others, live with us and
in the memory of a free , people, while history
will inscribe their names among its heroes.
W. S. BOSECRANS,
Major General Cosnmsaiding.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT ERIE, PA
CLEVKLAND, Oct. 31
A fire occurred at Erie, Pa., last night, and
destroyed Marsh, Siddell & Carter's machine
shop, Himrod & Co.'s foundry, and Vincent,
Shirk & Co.'s ware boime.
The lose amounted to over $75,000, of
which $25,000 was insured in Philadelphia
MARKETS' BY TELEGE APR.
There is no change in the flour market, and
holders are firm in their demands; lots of
6,000 bbls. sold at $8 25 for superfine and 17 60
for extra family ; receipts and stocks light.
Rye flour sells at $6 26 and corn meal at $8 60.
Wheat is in demand and has advanced 2c. per
bushel ; sales of 7,000 bus. red at $1 45®,1 60;
white at $1 66@1 70. Rye has advanced to
$l. Corn is in good rtqueat ; 8,000 bus. yel
low sold at 76c. Oats drill at 40c. for Delaware
and 41@42c. for Pennsylvania. No °hinge in
provisions. Cloverseed is active at $6 1244
6 371. Flaxseed is wanted at $2 60. Whisky
is held at 89®40c.
DOM AT CHARLESTON, S. C.—/Killing of one Of
the Calhoun: by one of the Rhea. —The late duel
at Charleston, S. C., resulting in the death of
Col. W. R. Calhoun, of the First regiment
South Carolina artillery, at the hands of Major
Alfred Rhett, of the same regiment, did not ob
tain much publicity throughout the papers of
that city. A correspondent of the Mobile Ad
vertiser, writing from Charleston, says it is to be
the subject of legal Investigation, the first case
of the kind in the city courts for twenty years.
The letter says :
Besides the principals and their surgeons ' It
is said that there were six gentlemen present at
the meeting, three State Senators, the Speaker
of the House of Representatives of North Caro
lina, a leading member of the State Convention,
and a captain. Two of the Senators also bold
commissions as officers in the army. The ar
rangements of the meeting were conduct d
throughout with the utmost regard for the eti
quette of the "code," and I have heard of sev
eral of those who were on the ground, who ex
press their belief that a more fairly fought duel
never occurred. Major Rhett, the challenged
party, waived the "drop" shot, which be pre
ferred, and shot the "rise." Re was dressed in
full uniform ; Colonel Calhoun in citizen's dress.
Both fireditalmost simultaneously, Major !the ft
in an instant after Colonel Calhoun. The lat
ter missed and fell with a ball through the
middle of his body. He outlived only about
The quarrel which led to this unfortunate
result is said to have had its origin as long ago
as April, 1861, at the time of the bombardment
of Fort Sumter, in what Major Rhett consider
ed repeated official trespasses of his inferior
officer. These led to the use on his part of of
fensive language ; and the repetition since of
these trespasses, and the offensive words by
which they were met, have aggravated and
complicated affairs. No explanation was asked
or given. The immediate cause of the meeting
was a recent duel between Major ilhett and a
friend of Cul. Calhoun, who, though aware of
existing difficulty, bad eulogized Col. Calhoun
in presence of Major Rhett. Therefore Major
Rhea repeated his former denunciations of Col.
Calhoun, which the friend of the latter repre
sented as an insult to himself, and demanded•
satisfaction. In the first duel Major Rhett re
ceived two fires of his adversary, he himself
firing his second shot in the air. He the
meeting ended. In both duels Major Rhett
was peremptorily challenged. It is said that in
the latter affair it was proposed, on the part of
the challenger, that firing in the air should not
Tanunzwr ON WoONDS hooirrao is BATTU.—
A benevolent correspondenteends us the follow
ing recipe. It is an antidote against some of
the bad consequences which accompany wounds
'received in battles especially in the hot season :
" It was my duty long since to have made
public, for the benefit of our soldiers and hu
manity generally, a simple, sovereign remedy
for all wounds, cuts, etc.,
which recipe .was
proffered us by Dr. Thos. Boyd, so highly es
teemed in this city throughout a long and as
tenaive practice, with the injunction that it
should be remembered and promulgated as a
certain cure for allaying inflammation extract
ing the poisonous _effect of iron, steel, ate.;
preventing lockjaw, mortification, and the ne
cessity for amputation. It is is this : saturate
small pieces of rass of woollen material, (ravel
ling of hose or flannel,) with grease, (lard or
sweet oil,) which place upon ignited wool, coal
or charcoal, in an iron kettle, so that they
smoke without blazing. Sold the wound over
the smoke ; if convenient covering the whole
with a blanket to condense the smoke upon the
wound. The kettle should be in or near a
chimney, or windows open at the top, to pre
vent the deadly effect of inhaling the smoke.
" I know this recipe to be successful in wounds
from nails, etc., and even for horses. All sur
geons, soldiers, hospitals, indeed all persons
should know of this simple recipe. I have
often mentioned it to friends in the army,"and
even to stranger soldiers, and would go myself
with it to our hospitals did I think it would be
accepted. Beading yesterday of the fears en.
tertained that mortification would speedily ter
minate the important life of one of our officers,
I determined no longer to delay my wrongly
procrastinated duty, in making this simple
cure public, ad, therefore, take the iiberty of
placing it in your hands for that purpose, and
in your own way, as you deem best ; and if one
life, one member of the many mortal bodies .so
freely offered at our country's shrine, WAY lbe
thereby saved, the blessing will be great.' '
SNINPLASTI3B ix 01S911.115D:"The City of
Cleveland hen gone into the -elrinpineter bud
nem At a special meeting of the Council held
on Thursday evening, it was resolved that the
city issue orders in fractional its of a dollar
to thelamount of $60,000, to be issued as• our
rangy, and to be redeemable *hen presented in
sums of one dollar and upfrards. To Ord
against any possible repudiation, it is pro:Okla"
that no larger amount shell De put in 'circula
tion at any one time than, there are flank In
the Treesur7 appropriated to any other:.nr.
I I ;
PEISADEIMILL, Oct. 31
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