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Th's Ib e Militants; Hotel, and located in the central
pert of the ally. It is kept in the bed meaner; sad 14
Plawwill will find every etieometodetioni to be met with In
the beet houses in the eonetry.
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• HARRISBURG. i .
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J. 'HALSR:I 13 •
Tin and Sheet Trot Wale itaindacturai
NO. 112 MARKET :,4111157 . ,
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AS alwayn on hand a hill wortinent
of Tin aid latianneo *404 and Parloi
Stowe or the best inanufacinries, Dupe. Spouting, Roof
lug and hisdratmeed Iron *lrani; msnufsatured and pet
up at rtiOnabla gates
sr promptly attended to. stprBo-dly
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Id Wallower Line respeotfulli
m it'ilitaaia that, this Old Daily hoansportal
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Is In successful operation, and prepared
; A ,anZ s as any oilier individual line bagmen
burg, Sunanry, Lewisburg, Wil r
Was rf; . r Shore, Lock. Clasen and ail other poinw
on the Northern Ventral, Philadelphia and hie and Wil
liamsport and Minim Railroads.
DANL. A. MUANCII;Agent,
Roods sent to the Ware Mouse of Messrs. Peaeoelt,
Sell & lnebman Nos 808 and 810 Market street above
Noah; Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, r. n., will arrive
Harrisburg, ready for.debvery next morning.
aprBo.rd my 1 . , . .
REMOVED. • ,
JOHN B. SMITH
LAS removed tie Boot .and shoe Stare
from the corner of Second and Walnut streets to
154 7 0. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Home's Agrienitate Store, where he Mends
to keep all kinds of Boots a^d Shook Gaiters, Sta., and a
lirge steak of Trunk*, and everything in his. line of ,b
Moses ; and will be thankful to rewire the palmtop
hat old enatOiners and the publie in general at Me
plade orboaltatee. -AU Mato Of Work made to artier in'
beet style and by superior workmen. iSepairiejLSous': t
PEINIEWS DAILY '';LINE !
Leek Haven Jersey Shore, Willie msport,
ey,'Uniontown,' Witiontown, Milton,
Lewisburg, NorthUmberland, Sun
bury, Treverton, Georgetown,
Halifax, Minplkin . . .
AND HARRISBUR . G4
The Philadelphia Depot being beutrallY boated, ; a te
Drayage beat the Lowest Haien. :Toe Honda ,r
goss Wean with each train to attend to th e sale de
livery Mali goods intruiledto the line. Goads deliver
ed stilts Depot or
Week Ward b.Freed, 811 Market , street,' PhiladelphM,
by 6 Weloek, P. M., ba delivered in , Harelliburg 41m
freight Always as Low as -by Amy Others
Philadelphia and 1161d1Or Dept, • • • •
pomot liaritat Street, Harrisburg.
fIUF. Atiotstqc I'EUPSEK,
WOULD roupoetkully inform hib old
patrons and the pubUo generally, hat., ha will
etnioutte to giro insertronens On the "PIANO PORIA )111.
140 DHOTI, VIOLIN and also In the science et nicsaulate
BAHH. Ho will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at 1114 r,
homes at any hour desired, or lessons. will he Oren k,
his t 0114611013, Is Third street. deers below ti
Berman ftetermed (Thumb. dnol&du
MORAVIAN FEMALE SEMINARY,
At Litiz, Lancaster C 0.,, Pa.
Affords superior advantages for thorough and
accomplished female education. For circulars
and information, apply to
REV. WlLLiklit C. REOREI,4
'UTE have received an assortment of VW-,
V, leis adapted for carrying safely and con
veniently the New. urrency, with lot of
' LEATHER GOODS GENERALLY.
LAW Satchels, Ladles' Companion's Puma,
Portmonnaies, Segar . Cases, Card Coles, Wil
ting and Sewing Cases, Portfolios.
- KELLER'S DRUG STORE, 91 Market St.,
T "' at Keystone Nursery, adjoining the
city of flarrieborg.
Oct. 18 1862.
COAL Oil Lampe perfected, "Ctiltdotes
tacbment" fitted to' any lsitrip; preVertfia l
the breaking of chimnies. For sale
NICHOLS & BOVIMA1T;"
Cur. Front awl Market ou.:
A VERY choice article just received, and Aeale by WM. DOCK, Jr., &
MOTIONS. - Quite a variety of leek ill
sal entertiduivK .k.t,,Ak4=R--cheap.—ta
410 Pv - -
FftwEiLemons and Raloins, 'Pet re
and for sal° low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner &AMARA Markot stree.s.
PIGS, Dates, Prunes, , and at)
m rds of Nuts, at ASV WISX'S Store Thgd And
CHOICE lot of Tobacco, for sale at ream*
Vble prices, by NICHOLS .81, BO.WhiAtT,
nova Corner Front. and Market tta..
ÜBRWATLNO Oil for Bli d )Ciftild rat Ma,
bnblinay, In convenient packagefy tor 'saki verin
Cornor Front wia Market stied.
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Loci , ~1 o sp
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la. - i i.....,, 'them' t certain ,
anti ifeusetif ratify in tit a wo q rld r forill' speedy
DISEASES OF. IMIVDENCE.
• MUM, in elk TO Tall ROMs.
' No' fifero*- or Meadow Drage.
A Cure Warranted, ' or no Qharie, la from one
~ i 1 its Two Nal . ~ • I
Natio.. 01 comae; eitLimbc, dridweatfafthetio n ie
of the kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary : die --Aug", I i
potency, Award Debility, Nertacuiliese L l:pi-pay , tai
it Low ffpiriforConiedon If Masi, Pa Italian of the.
Illsady frlmidityarienklinga Manias of ht or Olddf
nese, Thelleketit the Wed, Threads Natalie Akin, 4S
-110030 Walvis' Low, Blomae , hpre--thale ter
rible Mimicked ar m ing Rod the Sell 'bits of Yodel
—those sooner and solitary prastl mbre fatal to the ir
mica= than the song of f yresis to:the Mariners of tar
ns, blighting thele•most or anticifidions,
s brilliant, ant,
rendering marriage ac. Id 'ra
L . TOM,
aepecially, who have bead* sae victims of Solihut
vice, that dreadful and destrabldhe habit which aiudial
ly sweeps• to an unlimely grave thonsands of Yonne
Men offho ismet exalted talents end brilliant intellect,
who might otherwise.have entranced Miming Senates
with the thunder, of •ethrende or waked to ecstasy MID
Living lyre, may call wit X h-foll Confidence. .
• ' , "atriage •
Ma 14.4 Persons ; Or Young Men .
dem holey aware of Physical weakness, organic debili
ty, deformities, las., speedily cured.
Re who planes himself, under the are of Dr. J. mat
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and cod
leeetlY rely 1114 01 1 •blaekilles a Physician.
immediately Cured, and fall vigor Restored.
This distressing affection—which renders 1 ile meanie
ble and merrier impossible--is the penalty paid by the
victim of improper Indulgences. Young persons are toe
apt to codmit excesses from not being aware of the
dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, who that
understands the subjedwill retold to deny that the pow.
er of procreation ie last sooner by, those &dog into
proper habits than by the prudent Riede' being d
priced the pleasures of healthy ofibprtng, the most
Inoue and deetrictive ,symptoms to both body and min
arise. The syistem become deranged, the physical an
Mental Functions Weedithd, Lass,f Procreative Rowe
NC:swims Irnditillity, Djupefula, Palpissoio o f the H em ,
Indigestion, Constkolimul :Debility, 4 Wasting of the
Frame, °ones, Consumplion,, Dow and , Death, 1
Otos, No. 7 South Ilrederick Street. i
heft head side going from Beilemere street, a few door.
irem the corner. Fall not to.obeervei new and number,.
Lettere must be paid and contain a stamp. The Dar
tor's DipkinnlV in his cede. ' ,
A Ciii wanted' in Two , Days.
Ne i detain/ or LVAUSCOUS Dries, •
, Dr. Allinson,
Member MUM Royal Collor of Runge:Ms, Landon. Or -
ate from OM of the most emlneht Colleges in the Uni
States, aid the greater part Ailwhuie rite baa been spa 1
in the hospitals of London, Peeler Philadelphia and Ida -
where, hie effected some of this moat astonishing am
that were ever known- many troubled with ringing in
the head and ears when lislisep,lgreal nervousness, being
athemed at sodden sounds, hashithineas, - , with frequent
bluedithin aw•dde eated.4fidde ...e!4l eeeddlevieet dr 'WV
wtrLcarl a :M i l f t -b t r
... Take Particular Notice. I
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured themes:4v
by improper indulge. at and solitary helots, which ro
both bail and mind, unlltting them lbii either basins ,
study, soohtlY or. roloTioiM • -
"Thaie are emir of the fad and du el inoliiiiiyelhots p
'dated by early habits lof "oath vie:' 'Weakness of th
-Doak lend Limbs, Painsfln Diodes*: Dandles f Sigh
isis of Milaudae Power, fa 1 10 . 44 the heart, Dy -
popsy, Nerved' Irratibility, Derang ement of theDigesti
chaos. General Debility ilytapiethe -of commi l iiic,
. , /
MBIRALLT.—The fearful draft on the mind are 'ran
Wbe dreadesi—isiss of Maur Sfusion of ideas Del
pp ten evil Forbod Aversion to lexiisty
Reif t, Love,' of solitude,' 'fi y i no., are some
the ear produced. •
iiIIOMMOIM of Peesiothof aU ages can now judge w
is the cause of their deohninit hunk, 'using War vig i l.
becoming Wenk, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
angular appeareleal about the eyes, cough and symptom
of tonnumplion.. - - , 1 - r
Who haveinitired the me by a certain practice ip
daliPci Id When dose, t froquentlyelearned tro
asispitiiona Oral 'drool, the ands of whittle Ids
oightly.felt, reeked= iteP, dile, it crit cured renderp
merrier impossible, and arroyo both midi and bodyt
should apply immediately. ' , ' 1
What a pity that &young mai; the e lope of his co awn
my i the darling of his yearte, should be snatched ire
all preppies andapjoynfeiftsli life, hy the soasequen
of deviating from the path l i t: and 'indulging in
cortaidsecret habit. Bath Duda 'before omits*
plating : ' ~ . ,
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wilsoidet a•geoid mind and iediya ratlike moat war.
id e r47l 4agei delfeel Ad Preellete = i blOiriP• ,i 4 "4 4 1
In am tithes, the journey ph it o becomes a weary
; the prospect lamely to the view } ;
• th mindblicomeadiadotraiwith despair en& Mild with
the melaticholly reduction that , lbe happiness Rof MOM
becomes blighted with oar o .
• ' Villealier of Inipandelice.
When the misguided and Imprudent 'votary of pleasure
finds Dust he hoe Imbibed heads of this paitsful dila
esa44 Rae. ofteikkaPehean ill-timed senee of shame
on dread,tirWscOvql9. detershi. from &MIMS to those
who, from °lsmailia and respectability, can alone bet ,
friend him delaying till the oonethational symptoms ea
this hotridnease make their appea rance,. ankh( a s nil
011 111 =011 1 ItZreti -theeter& n trkvi co..i.
the and be, &Mau of gill ~,,elihiliflp aPg"
the shill beam and arms; blotehei o the head, fees-and
extremities, paginating with Introit rapidity, fill- at
hid the to of the arlethor Ike bates of the nose fill
in, aid, the victim of this awful disease become, a herrid
object or dommiseration, till death puts a pedal Id his
dreadliii suit:flogs, by sending him to d that Undisanr•
Vered couatiltddm teitheriirteltrithedea orens."
It is a wadawbony fad that thousands) fall victims 10
thia WOO owing to the thethilfelikets of Igo°,
4 ant ~bra, w ho by thalami of 1,144 'Deady Poiirm,
Meretery,ruia thoochstitatiopaed wake the residue o
life miserable. ,
'S , 1
Troia saerehrilves, or health, to tic cure pf the many
'Unlearned and Warthidisdretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or chemist, Who copy Dr. inhalant's advert
vortietniente, of style Ihelesolvee • In the , nowsPaperv,
regularly,idurateaßhysiolans incapable of Curing; they
keep you trilling month altar month Wang , their filthy
and poisononeness an mounds, or as long as the smallest
lee ash be obtained,' alfl th deemdr, leave yen with ruin ,
ad health to sigh owe Vas galling 'ffisoppolntmenL
0 1 Dr. Johnson is.theani.LPhYetetall adviettedeff ,
, lilis credential or diplomas always haw in his office.
Rd dawdles or treatment are unknown to all others,
prepared from • life ernitkthe gr eat hospitals of Ku.
rope, the first in the country and a more extensive Pei ,
.Sitteynatice tits* any other Phydsiso In she world.
- Indorsement 'of the firers.
The many thousands cited at this institution year J.
tor year, said the numerous. im . rtsapit oth i e t i rfical Opera ,
limo perf~ by Dir. Mahon, al by the re.
PlederiA 91 .i." , " •
that 3". alli'lleJ ., " l i e i l / many ~teir Pa'
pea, roc. of w it vs apices . again
.. and. again
beide the public, besides bki shilditigas a gentleman of
elitraned and•responsibillity, le ft-Redolent guarrautee
iotbeedlidell. ,i , :. 0 _ ,
Skin idioms speedily Cured. •
I p e p," wr iani ehindil bo partiefla In meaner
asters to ha lilatintion, in the following meaner :
JOHN, M. JOHNSON, K.. D,
kir the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, Md,
0.0 AL O ft tamp. Shades, Chim
%./ Del's• for Bali 16w by
01140470 xepienteihed atoOk of I . 4ilet
11.1 in, ahoy Goads is unsurpabsed m, this city, and
s ee jig houndent of rendering satianichon:irt wool& red
9 •ctMly Invite a WI 'CELLAR,
• 91 Marnoilatroof, two dodo eau ofiUsrtk atieet;nontb
illit i tiliatKl orjleaday and Friday
iota Ohms; Or of Third and gni.
s INDEPENDENT'IN ALL TILINGS—NEITTRAL IN NONE."
!iARTUSBURG; PA., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMB, 26, 1862
NWHoLSa tioWmAN, •
corner Front WM market stream.
Jaht received; at BERGNER'S BOOK STORE,
a lull enpply of
1110'1 1 0GBAPIII0 ALBUMS,
Embracing all the new Styles and Sizes. 1
ALRUMS FOR 12 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOB 20 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOR 24 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOR 80 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOR 40 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOR 60 PIIMX3RAPHO.
Prices from Seventy-Ave Centi
To Twenty-live Dollars
BOUND IN, CLOTH, WITH CLASP
BOUND IN FRENCH MOROCCO, WITH
BOUND IN TURKEY MOROCCO, WITH TWO
BOUND IN TURKEY MOROCCO, WITH
PANE] . TWO SIDES
BOUND IN VELVET, WITH OLABM-VERy
RIO/FL • . •
BOUND IN MOBOIXIO, WITH HEAVY
MOUNTINGS AND OLABPS.
TURES FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS
i~7:y 9 i~:i M I:i~,` ~ `J f=y 4 ~~CT~I f 7: i;~l ~7' i ~~
PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUIHSED WOMEN T
COME OF RARE ENGRAVINGS.
COPIES OF CHOICE PAINTINGS.
Any Oarte de Was published in the country
will be furnished to order.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, I
Of any she not in the standard styles will be
made to order.
POST OFFICE NOTICE
On' nd after. Monday, November 17th, 1862;
the mails at this office will be closed as followa:
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILBOA.D.
NORTH. WAY Main-For all
litossi between Harris- •
Look Hagen . and
WAY MAIL—Boor ull
places beiweim /Luria- ;
burg and Baltimore,
Md. and !Washington
D. d., at 05 A.
Md., and Washingtnn,9 06 P. M
D. C., at I,
LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD.
EAST. WAY MAIL—For all
places: between Harris- •
burg and Reading,
Pottsville Easton and •.1
P h iladelphia, at .... . . .7.00 A. M
WAY Mam--For all
places between ;Harris
burg and Philadelphia,
a t. 6.80 A. M.
For Philadelphia and
Lancaster, at ..12.10 IL
For Bainbridge, Mariet
ta, Columbia, Lancaster,
Philadelphia and New
York, at 4.20 P. 14
For Lancaster, Philadel
phis and New York, at 9.00 P.
WEST. WAY lifam-•-For
D between H
burg and Altoona, at 12.40 P. M.
'For Johnstown and Pitta
burg, and Erie, Pa., Cin- •
thurati, Columbus and
Cleveland, 0., at 246 P. AL
For Lewistown, Hunt- •
ingdon Tyrone, Phil
ipaburi, Altoona, Holli-
daysburg and Pittsburg,9.oo P. M.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
For MeclumbOmrg, Car
Chambersburg, Pa., at.. 7.00 A.
WAT. s&u.-For , all
places between Ifarriit.
burg, and Thigeritown
Md., at P. M.
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL.
For Ellwood, Pinegrove,
burn and Pottsvile, at 12.30 P. IL
For Linglestown, ,
lianada Hill, West Han-
oVer, Ono and Jones
town, at. • 7.00 A. IL
For Lisburn and Lewis
et 12.40 P. M.
(COM* Hours—From 6.00 A. M. to 8 P. M.,
Sunday from 71 to 81 A. M., find from 8 to 4
GEORGE BERGNER, Postmaster
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
WM. DOCK, Jr. & Co.
Vox isle b
ENGLISH WALNUT TEEM
A T Keystone Nutsery, adjoining the city
Oct. 18, 1862
ISABELLA AND CATAWBA
RAPE VINES, strong and thrifty, two
Ur years old, at reduced prices, at Keystone
TAVA, Laguiru, and Ej.o Coffee, choice arM
t) dos just received, by
Corner Front and Market Sta.
(IF all , desirable varieties, at the Keystone
i s- The weather and season are tseotahle,
and shoUldteplaiited awn se pOisiblet
Oct. 13, 1862. .L 11113 H.
A Call to, Thanksgiving. I
Come home to Thanksgiving 1 dear childrers
come home 1
From the North and the South, from the
West and the East, • ,
Where'er b ack
are resting, wherever, you roami,
Come back to this sacred New England teas
What thengh the wild pridd If November cloth
* sr ; • • •• • - • •
Like a trumpet blast, loud o'er the country
Andihe Cold; rain of Autunin unceasingly Pont',
In this cloudiest, gloomiest month of the .
Wu,-hee d not, nor hit w ith .fires burning
bright • • 1 " ' ' •
On the ample old hearths where ye sported
of yore, i
You will, know the glad faces revealed by .thei r
And fond hearts will welcome you, e'en at
Your father is here, and• your mother, whos e
Though homely and plain, is more precionis
than gold ;
And your shy little sister, with eyes like a
tuld•your brother so tall and so sturdy and
And when you. shall min from our circle alas*
'Which for many a yeas was lihe light to our
l mourn for the aged I for oh in tha
A glo P rified angel le waiting for you.
e 0 0 6 0 0
Come home to. Thanksgiving ! But oh ! if you
Bring back the warm heart of your earlier
youth ; •
Let it shed its old light on the altar of home,
Untainted in feeling- 7 undimned in its truth
Cl* Finwitom all! l ath dross. Of , the
And worship with us as you did when a childi
In our solemn gid church, with , your . ; golden
• IMES, ottrat, •
And your roguish eyes glaiking demurely
Let us thank God together for hump and for
For the friends He hath left us and those that
For His fatherly bounty in giving us wealth,
Or His merciful justice when wealth is with
And oh, let as pray that when life,shall be o'er,
And the last earthly rites unto us have been
it _a4V2 o 2 l. f.
I.o6kik m ore ur t
l heave n
rom the Army► of the Potomac.
The Forward .4foulgaigd.. 7 Conficknii Burnoidei
4 4 Wwrance of the e aliTY — Truff
A 'Predcidow Rail—Peo Supplies—
Extortion of Sunders—quarding Rebid Propedy— , -
.4cSidid OP* add dith do. .
[Bpocial ccarespondenooof the TEttaserit.]
STAMM), O. H., Nov. 24, 1862.
The advance of :the grand army of the Putof
mae rata the heart of the Old 'Dominion WS
pretty well allayed the feeling Consequentvon
the removal ot , Gen. fiCelellati, for ail see that
edam is the words and Gen. Burnside goes forth
with the determination to do something. Hencee•
forth they begin to feel• that wait will no longer
be the cry, for' they know that, the sooner this
rebellion is crushed the quicker they will hi
permitted to return to their northern homest
everywhere confidence is placed hi , the leaderi
The tile, who are really the only ones making
sacrifices, are not intOrakd in keeping up the
war. Thirteen dollars s month, with hard fare
and exposure to all kinds of weather, are not
preferable to,herae, its coDiforte and - its cheer t
As to the dffiCerboxiiiny of them,ciire little for
the condition of the men, and if indulgent Uncle
Samuel continues to hand over "green backs,"
it matters littleto them when the war is ended.
It ceasing, "Othello's occupation'', gone." A$
least those who do this fighting are to be con
sulted, and a vigorous Campaign the result. We
shall pursue the rebels as the furies did Orestes,
and compel them , to submit.
With the , exception of the region around
Catlett's station the country through which we
have passed has been but little visited by our
army. Here and there, however we saw traces
of picketing, federal and rebel, es pecially during
M'Dowell's campaign, when he was to have
rendered desistance to M'Clellan in the ratter's
march upon Richmond last spring. All the
former done was for skedaddle, felling tree'
upon'his'rear to impede the pursuit of the con
federate forces. Thomsen men are now busily
engaged in clearing away, that the roads may
be rendered Vassable.
As a Maine Colonel' remarked to us the other
day, "there's, a good deal of land about here."
True, hut everywhere , rain, the unhappy fruits
of this unholy rebellion, has, presented itself.
Farina, dwellings and lads, show how desolati
ing the blight.' No doubt the country is rich
RDA fertile, and , at, one, time immense cropi ,
Were raised. Now, scarcely sufficient are proi
dnced to meet domestic wants. In many
places, especially where there,waii the appearj,
ance of former ease and wealth, the white resi
dents had gone south, and left the house to the
charge of sehne Mithful old slave, the younger
portion of the =groin having either left for thii
, orth or been, taken by their masters to Serve
in the rebel army. Whenever the troops pain
along the road; the colored population gathei
at the gateways looking with vonder and
astonishment at the magnitude of our armyi
and curious are the remarks they frequently
make in their own pectiliar style. Some day
when we have more leisure, we may write out
a few "Mason Linking has the biggeet pile dig
time, , 'ja ail* iilmostunifinin expreseion. I
lion' Gen. 13nrindtle0 8 0#41 command, * u l
army of Mie teilonifie was divided into fo
grand diviiions—the left under command of
Gen. Franklin, the centre under fighting
Joe Hooker, the right -under - Gen. Sumner
while the reserve force is placed under the comi
wand of the intrepid : Gen. ;Sigel. A disposition
of the different divisions was accordingly made;
but it becoming known Abet a largerebel force
IS near Fredericksburg, on the south aide, of the
Rappahannock, the entire army can be conical.
trued at one point in a • few hours.
• Notwithstanding the terrible cOndition of
roads, the army has made good progress,'.;
but for the preient'fievete spelt df wet weather
! whicli'hae impeded the ifuturd page* of
supply trains, and as alluded to before, the
removal t,f obstsuctions, em this the river
would have been passed, disputed or not. AB
it is, there will not be a long delay.
Stafford, C. H., like meat ceunty towns in
this state, is not even deserving the title of a
village. It is three miles distant from Freder
icksburg and nine from Acquai Creek landing;
whence our supplies are now reaching us. Gen..
era! headquarters are established there.
For nearly three days a drenching rain hart
visited this . region, reaidering'camp life ought
but pleasant.: Especially is this the case with
the privates who have nothing to protect them
save their little shelter tents, which are mall*
I not fit for a winter's campaign. The diffiulty
lof transportation, - with the inability of th
government to procure an adequate supply
others, is the excuse given for not furnishin
better. This, in itself, is a potent reason fo r,
short and vigorous campaign. Those at home
sitting beside the blazing hearth, enjoying thit
ease and comforts surrounding them, may twirl/
talk of the pelf-denials and self-sacrifices of this
bare-footed heroes of Talley, Forge,
who in thli
bleak Deceniber,' half famished evil half clothed,
crossed the Delaware, filled with floating ice,
and at Trenton defeated 'an army superior in
numbers, and not only well disciplined, , bit
enjoying every comfort, and setting them ais
exaniples for'the men of our 'gallant army'- :
They who talk thus, are cowards ; and they tab
would be, in the ranks of the federal cohorti
The braves who compose the army of the .Union
have also made sacrifices, and are willing to ezi-.
dure whatever may be their fete, so that the
Constitution and the •Union are triumphant
Out upon those who dare to disparage and die
grace the army of our *public, time reveale
many things ; and soon the star spangled bark
ner will be once More planted upon the soil of
the sunny South, and the infamous 'stars and
bars" be trailed in the dust. These too " are
times which try men's souls." Be patient, and
the glory of undying victories will emblaze*
I the flag of our Union ; and in after ages, it will
be the proudest honor of any man's life to rise
and say, in the words of its former brave leadea
" I have fought with . the Army of the POW- 1
MaC.t r i
A few miles distant on'the Southern bank of
the liappabannock, on the eleventh , day (old.
style) of February, 1732, the, father of hiscoun
try, George Washington, was born—while 4
Fredericksburg rest the inortal remains of gem
the mother of that great and good man. Thesis
memorials bring to mind the grand and glori
ous teachings and the sage advice of the first
President ; which, had they, been only heeded;
this terrrible civil war ' would never have
scourged with desolating vengeance, a fßatel
who claimed him as-her son. If an opportunity
offers ) we , shall visit tooth iitotamirtir3' hallowed
by their associations with 'the immortal name
of Washington.. . ,
Information has just "reached us, that over
two thousand trail:Wire& out for forage on the ,
opposite side of the• north fork of the river have
been prevented horn returning, the, bridge hai r
ing been swept ) away by the freshet. Fears are
entertained that the rel i t cavalry prowling
about the neighborhood Anti'. ireept and cat,,
them off. i 4 t '''t • . - .-c • ' - I
A few. words relative to guarding , the prop!.
erl.y,of rebels. This le *coming an eye-sore to
all. We contend that persons of undoubted
secesithon proclivities ar*Aaot 'entitled to proi
tartan*, but no sooner dbeethe army. encamp
for thanight, than large detallsiof amen are dii
,rected to be sentto t a nd every house, barn;
'shed, pig-pen, co rk, de. , for miles around!
If supplies are related—you will find a inaskisi
ivithalsoldier lbehirid, near by.--Purchasing' IS
ont Of the question, . rtml, when therare willi ng
to dispose Of supplies,, they . refuse " greenbacks'!!
while counterfeit Confederate notes are grasped
at—showing theii'little confident° in the
Union—and an overwhelming faith in the slid:
caw of Jeff Davis &Co's. southern confederacy;
However, we have found out a method to pro'.
cure supplies and that is the following. It it
well known that coffee and salt are precioui
luxuries which many in this vicinity have not
enjoyed for some time. Now we purchase
these from the brigade commissary, and thus
are ablito exchange for whatever we requirei
By this course we not only prevent extortioN
but secure much needed forage. We agree with
Gen. Negley that the Stars and Stripes are the
best guards to any person's property in rebeV;
Speaking of • extortion—we cannot refrain
trmit alluding to the imposition of Butlers.
These men follow the army in droves. In the
vast number of came, they demand the most
outrageous prices for the articles they dispose
of, taking advantage of the necessities of the
troops. We can compare them, as a class, to
nothing lima than buzzards. Thia is a hard
saying, yet in some instances we have found
honest sutlers, who are willing to dispose of
their, goods .at fair,. but .remunerative prices;
and are, making money. The buzzards are
piling it up at the rate of from two to five
thousand dollars a month. Unheard of prices
are asked for everythhig they have.,
During the campaigns of McDowell and
Pope, the govertinient at an expense of at least
fifty thousand dollars, erected store houses, ;fice.,,
at Acquaiereek landing. At thesubsequent ske- ,
daddle, the landing was evacuated, and either de ,
strayed by our men or the rebel forces. Now, this
could have been prev_entgia by stationing a gun
boat near by, which wiculd have saved what is
nodr muck needed. 'Seieral hundred freight
cars-were also destroyed at the tinie. Gen.:
Haupt has over two thousand men employed in
once more rendering the landing of service.
This will be the principal depot for supplies,l
until the James river is reached.
It' is computed than on an' average six hurt-,
.dred horses.are required every week to take
the place of those worn out and dying, so de=
structive has the , army been, on horse flesh.
Thus'you will see one way in which our Uncle
Banes money goes. •
It is really amusinCte read in the northerrti
papers ac t:mutts of idt i ghbrifoid patriots who:
; nave returned home from the war. Recently!
,we saw a. report of a speech, in which the hero
remarked that he had been present at the bati
tles of Fair Oaks, White Oak Sartunp, Bottom's
Bridge; Long Bridge, Charles' City Orool3 Roads
and Jones' Ford. Now; instead of there being
six distinct fields of action, they only represent
three. Then, again, -the presentation of a
sword recently, to a returned officer, he stated
in rly that he had left Ids sword in his tent ? !
whenit is notorious that in the general skedad
illehe threw it away. So much for buncombe::
:Yon will pee many of these self-glorified patriots
before the war, its over.
General Burnside's headquarters are at Fab.
mouth, an antiquated little town nearly oppo4 ,
denerel Bumper, coinritanding the 'right
demanded'on Friday the inicondititmei
surrender of Fredericksburg, which has'beet
o f ase d. , Tithe has been given to allow the,
aged, the sick, and the women and , children t 4
l ea ve - the city. It is hot believed 'mu& resiii
tan& wfli be -made however.'•Longetreet
not attempt a defence. a a
Oam tinting flu.
Having procured Steam Power Presses; we are PrePar
ed Se execute • JOB and BOON PRINTING of every
description, cheititer than It can be One at any other
establishment In the country.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
SFr Four lines or uss constitute enebalf square.
Eight lines or more than four constitute a square.
Half . square, one day $0 80
one week.... 1 20
a three months ............ 300
it six months 8 00
41 one year...... . 15 00
One Square, one day,
Gr three months ,
eht months.. ,
for Business notices inserted in tbe Leo& (biennia or
before Marriages and Deaths, EIGHT GENTS PRE LINE
for each hmsertion.
Wr Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular
Nassow EI3OAPZIROM Dirmx.—Samuel Young,
Esq., of the Clarion i panner, met with a frightful
accident on Sunday, the 16th inst., which he
describes as follows:
On Sunday last, while returning from church
at Corsica, with Mrs. Young and a little daugh
ter in a buggy, our horse got frightened just as
we, began to descend.McSillip's hill, and begin
ning to kick, and fearful that he would demol
ish the light vehicle, we managed to get out
and grasp the bridle, but as we caught him he
plunged furiously and escaped, throwing us
down and rushing away with fearful speed.
Looking after the animal, we saw our little girl
roll from under the wheels and Mrs. Young
caught between the wheel and body of the
buggy, and dragged fearfully along, but her
clothing soon gale way and she was left upon
the road somewhat bruised. Finding that
neither of thee were seriously injured, we
started to learn the whereabouts of the horse
and buggy. The horse becoming entangled in
the harness, had tripped and fallen at the foot
of the hill. After some difficulty, we got him
partly released, when springing to his feet,
being still held fast, began to kick furiously to
release himself, when with his left foot he hit
his right hind leg below the knee, and broke it
short off. We were at once compelled to shoot
him to put him out of misery. The escape from
serious injury, or perhaps death of ourself and
family, seems miraculous: We feel thankful,
index!, for our preservation, and that our lives
are mercifully spared. •
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
The flour market continues dull, and has
deblined llic. per bbl.—sales of superfine at
$6 ®6 124, extra at $6 50®6 75, and extra
family at $7 25(47 75 ; receipts increasing.
Rye flour is firm at $6. Corn meal at $3 59.
There is not much demand for wheat—sales of
8,000 bils. red at $1 43(41 444, and white' St
$1 65(41 80. Rye is steady at 95c. Corn is
in fair demand-3,000 bus. yellow sold at 73c.
Oats range from 40 to 43c. for light weight and
heavy. Cloverseed active-1,000 bus. sold at
$6 .35®6 40. Sales of timothy at $1 751 a
2 26. Flaxseed at $2 90. In groceries and
provisions there is very little , doing. Whisky
held firmly—sales of 600 bbls. Ohio at 40c.
Cotton dull at 66cts. Flour declined scts.
Sales of 10,000 barrels at $6 66@5 70 for
state ; $5 75(45 80 for Ohio ; Southern un
changed. Wheat one cent lower sales of 4,000
bushels at $1 1741 24 for Chicago spring ;
$1 28®1 21 for white and Milwaukie club,
'and $1 38@1 41 for red. Corn steady, and
95,000 bushels sold at 71(471* for mixed, and
66@70 for eastern, and 59®65 for unsound.
Provisions quiet and unchanged. Whisky dull
Flour dull and drooping ; Ohio extra $7.
Wheat quiet. Whisky firm at 41c. Provieione
dull. ... •
New York Money 'Market.
A moderate business was done in sterling
Lxchange to-day at 44 per cent. premium ; the
money market is unchanged ;Stocks Stocks are lower;
ohicago and Rock Island 78} ; Cumberland
.:113 Illinois Central Railroad 79 ; Illinois
Central bonds 107 ; Michigan Southern 881 ;
New York Centrallo2l ; Reading 77 ; Missouri
sixes 52 ; American Gold 29i per cent. premium;
Illinois war loan 103 ; U. 8. Treasury 7 3-10 s
104 i; U. S. Coupon of 1881 104 i.
Collection of Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay
Officers' Pay Rolls, Raster Rolls, and Re
cruiting Accounts Made Out.
TIRE undersigned, having been in the em
ployment of the United States daring the
last eighteen months, as Clerk in the Muster
ing and Disbursing Office and Office of Super
intendent of Recruiting Service of Pennsylva
nia, respectfully informs the public that he has
opened an office in the DAILY TELLGRAPH
Building for the purpose of .collecting Pen
sions, Bounties, Back Pay and War Claims ;
also, making out Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster
Rolls and Recruiting Accounts.
All orders by mail attended to promptly.
SULLIVAN S. CHILD.
f Blanks of all kinds furnished at this
OF all desirable hardy native varieties, (and
they are the only class worth planting in
the open air,) for sale at the Keystone Nursery,
adjoining the city.
' Among them are some of the newer varieties,
such as Delaware, .Diana, Rebecca, Cimcord, Mum
cline, Hartford, .Prolfw, 4c., which have sold at
very high prices for small and weak vines.-7-
Strong, well ripened and thrifty vines are now
'offered at reasonable prices.
Oct. 13, 1862.
3.00 °BUSHELS prime Yellow Corn.
lee bushels barley malt, that quality.
2030 beebels rye.
50 barrels qabbakyi first quality.
Enquire of MOHARD HOGELAND,
se29.litt Washington avenue, Harrisburg.
PINE YORK STATE APPLES
FOR SALE, wholesale and retail, at
8d and Walnut.
ALARGE supply of these delicious crackert
justreceived and for sale by
WK. DOCK, Jr., & CO,
APPLE TREES, •
r I F choice varieties, at Keystone Nursery,
10XTRA. FINE just received.
_VA WM. DOCK, Jr., 84 CO
DIARIES FOR 1863.
rHE largest assortt4nf of. Diaries for 1865
just received, at '
BERGNER'S BOOK STORE.
BOKBPs TUBS, and all kinds oLWillow
and Cedar Ware, for sale by "
NICHOLS & BOWSiAN;'
nl4 Cor. Front and Market Streets.
Nsw YoRK, Nov. 26.
BLITIMOIaI, Nov. 25
Nsw Yov.K, Nov. 26.
and War Claims.