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MARKET ST AND MARKET SQUARE,
JOSEPH F. McCLELLAN, PROPRIETOR
(amino . comma) By WELTS CIOVICRLY.)
This is .a First Class Hotel, and located in the
central part of the city. It is, kept in the best
manner, and its patrons will find every. accom
modation to be met with in the best houses in
the country. se3o-dtfi
UNITED STATES HOTEL.:
Refitted and Renovated.
L. W. TEN . EYCK., Faosaiwros,
rilH IS popular and commodious Hotel has'
been newly refitted and famished through
out itt. parlors and chambers, and is now ready
for the - receptlim of; guests , for the winter
The traveling priblic will find the
Stan Bora the most convenient hi all ofticiu
tars, of any Hotel in the State tlapital, on 4c-
Count ,of its Weed to ;he rearoed,leing
diately, between. the ',,two goatt depots in this
city., .. , a:. • !••
• ilartaxtustato, Dec. 29, 1,862.—tim
SMITE!. & EWING,
Off 110 E THIRD STREET, ;-
REAR iIARBET, HARRISBLIAL4,
J JLL attend to the Qollecn ( O
ity rennsionE. and ; Arr.: 63 110 of
fir the widow or other heirs of tiny soldier,
who niay die L% disdase kw? be killed while in
Or United States service, is entitled to *lOO
be out money, pension, and all arrears 6$ pay.
&ceased soldier. , „ [t?1,04-rd-dlO
FRESu. GROCERIEB I
NICHOLS & BOWMAN, ••
(Corner of Front and Market Streets,) .
ARE cona tantly receiving from first hands
large stocks of chqic9 family $ . 0 30 r4 8 1 Pur
chased for cash, which they are thereby enabled
to sell at verY'small . advance on city wh - Oltsaie
prices. They would respectfully 'infotuf the
ptiblic that they do .not deal innor keep say.
intoxicating liquors in any quantity, huge, or.
PEAGFIVS, TOMATOES'? •
PINE APPLE, SALNIi)N . ,
OYSTERS, , SPICED OYSTERS,
DOOR, Jr. & co.
For Sale by
' MINCE I
- rpp ABMS, CIIRRANTS,,
WINES, BRANDIES; ,Fic
wm: nogg, gr. C
For sale by
BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKST:
LA LiGE and splendid stock of Po&it and
Family Bibles. ' "
Prt.ellterian, Methodist, Lutheian, Genikan
Baotwol, and other Hymn Books. last reeeiv4
ea at. BitiLLINEB'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE..
CIOAL OIL, a fortlier reduction - in 0.7" OIL
It...!'superior article of non-explosive Coal Oil,
for eta ie very low; by t
ITICIIOLS & BOW,
ger: A'rent rind isibrlce Stii.
Otra ll , and Currants, tor... a by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN;
' Owner rront and MarkiltiSta
l AS discovered.the most certain, speedy and
offectual remedies in the world for
DIORASES , OF IMPRUDENCE
ItiLINN IN 81X TO TWELVE Rouse
NO ' MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Care Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to
Weaknesi of the Back, , Affections of the'
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary dial
charges, Impotency, General Debility, Ner-;
vonsness, Dyspepsia, Languor, .LoW Spirits,l
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
He art, Timidity, Tremblinge, Dimness of Sight
cr Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat,:
Nose or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs,'
Stomach or Bowels—those terrible
arising from. the Solitary Habits of Youth--;
those secret and solitary practices more fatal to
their victims than the song of . Syrens to the
Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most
tient hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage;
. 9.00 t
Fawially,. who have become the victims of
Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive
habit irhich..annually sweeps to an nntimelj
grave thousands of Young Men of the most
exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who
might otherwise have , entraiiddlisten.ing aen
,ates with the
.thunders of eloquence or wand
to ecstasy the . viltkg lyre, max call with full
- 2 5
Mairied.Persons, or Young Men contemplat
ing marriage, being aware of physical weak:-
neas organic debility,•deformities, &c.,speedily
m D '
He who places himself under the care of Dr.
J. may, religiously confide in his honor as a gen
tlerrian; an confidently rely upon his skill as 6
Phybician. ' , •
Immediately Cared, and fall vigor restored.
`This Akittessing affection—which renders life
miserable and marriage impossible--Js the pery
alty pap, bi r the victims oflmproper iudnlgea
Young persons are too apt to 'commit ex4erft4s
from not being aware -of the dreadful conga=
qtierices that may ensue. Now, who that' un
derstands the subject;will pretend' to deny that
the power of, procreation is ICst sooner by thoee
falling into, improper habit's than by the prii
dent.. Besides _being depriVed the - pleasures of
healthy offspring, the most serious and destrup•
tive symptoms to bath body and mind arise.
"the system becomes deranged', the physica and
MeutsTfinidtions weakened, loss, of procrdatise
power, riedvoliS irritability, dyspepsia;
do ioUthe heart,' indigestiop, constitutional,'
Wily. a wasting of 'the 'frame, cough, cop::
suiripfion, decay and death.
throuni, No. 7 Sows FBADIOIIOB. STREET,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a
feUidoars from the corner. Fail not to obsertre
name and number: _
`, A *.-
X !q' 0 ,
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp
The Doctor's Diplomas hang in his office.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Lon
don, graduate from oneof the most eminent
colleges in the United States, and the greater
part of whose life has been spent in the hold
tali of London; 'Paris, 'Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the most astonishiag,
cures were ever known -; many troubled.
'with ringing in the head and tabs when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at Sitddim
Acainds, bashfulness, with frequent lalughing;
attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
These are some of the sad and melancholy
effects produced by early habits of youth, viz
w3akness of the back and limbs, pains in the
head, dimness of sight, Ices of muscular power,
palpitation of, the heart, dyspepsia, nervrs
symptoms of 'Consumption, &o.
hinsraity.—The fearful effects on the mind
are much to be dreaded—low of memory, o,l*
fthion of ideas, depression of spirits, evil foie
bodings, aversion to society, self distrust, hive
of solitude, timidity, , &c., are some of the evils
Who have" injured themselves by a retain
,rhen alone, a habit...fie
gnentlY learned 'Helm evil companions, Orst
thii. effects of ,whicb are• nightly felt,
even when : asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, sho u ld apply li?iinedietefr.
What a, pityth aI. e t young man, the hope of
his country„ ther &Whig of his parents, should
he, snatched from all , prospects and enjoyinents
Of 110 consequence- of deiiating from
theliath of nature and indulging in a certain
secret habit. Such persona mrisr, before conb
HARRIAG,a, " '
Reffect.tbat a sound mind and' body are the
moat necessary requisites to promote oon,nubial
baPPintres. • Indeed, without these, the jouritey
throlgh becomes a weary pilgrimage,: 'the
Pioltpect, her,* darkens to the view ; the'ro7cid
t6:oeis thariowed with despair and filled with
the reflection' that the hapPiness of
another' bediimes blighted with our own..
DISEASE OF INPREDENOg..., 1
When the reisgoided and imprudent v,o ry
of Pica,suie finds he has imbibed the seed of
this painfulEdiseasp, it too often happens ; hat
an illtimed Besse of shame or the dread of kits.:
. , .
covery deters him from applying to theirs, who)"
from education and reeptctability, can ode
befriend, him fails .into the handiCf
rant and disigning pretenders & who, incap ble
of curing, filch his pecuniary scilistance4e4
him trifilut montti,after month, or as longlas
the smallest fee can be obtained, sad in clesir
leave him with ruined health to sigh Oat his
galling ; disappointment,. or, by the use of the
deadlX:Poisoni: gercury, hLetest the coda(itei'
Urinal, symptoms of this terrible disease, such an
affections` of the Head, Throat, Hose,fikin, etc.:
progressing .with : frightful rapidity dbath
puts period to his 4. (tactful sufferings by lien&
lug . him to that, undiscovered, country ,frOm
whence no traveller returns. .
I, INDORSEKENT OF THE PRESS.
r • Thobiany thousands curectat this institution
year after year, and ,the_rinumbroutk.importruit
surgical operationalserformed by Dr. Johilson,
witnessed by the reenters of the Sun, CV',
and many other papers notices f which have
appeared egainand again before:the public, be
,sidee hie standing-as a, gentleman - sof) Character
and responsibility; is a sufficient.grutrantee to
the afflicted, . .
SKIN DISEASES) SPEEDILY CURED. .!
' I O,AME L jp.?, 7. SOUTH EREDERIOI4 27.
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1863.
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE 110. 408 CHESTNUT MEET.
CAPITAL AND ANINTS
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
JOHN,F. JAMES, Secretary.
CONT I NUE 'to make INSURA:kOE ON
LIVES on the most reasonable terms.
They act as Executors, Trustees and Guardians
under last Willa, and as Receivers and itaitigrides.
The capital being paid up and invested,
together with.a large and constantly increasing
reserved fund, offers a perfect security to; he
The premiums may be paid , yearly, half year
ly or quarterli.
The compiny add a BONUS periodically to
the insurances for life. The FIRST BONUS
appropriated in December,lB44, the SECOND
BONUS in December, 184, the THIRD BONUS
in December, 1864, and the FOURTH BONUS
In 1869. These additioils are; made without;
requiring any increase in the premiums to bel
paid to the comptuiy.
The following are few examples from th 4
'Amount of polioY
Bonne of land bonus to be
addition: icteaiixi by intim'
No. 89. $2500 $ 887 50
182. 3000 1060 00
" 199. 1000 400.00
" 888. 6000 187500
Agent at Harrisburg and *Unity
'COFFEE ! COFFEE ! COFFEE 1
jATANTED, every Groxitir and the Public t?
V T ' try • - ;
WOiIIIELL'S NONPAREIL PREPARED: COFe
• Warranted to give satisfaction, or the money
refunded. It is universally , acknowledged the
• . BEST , EVER .uS>.
Prepared and for sale at the Eagle Steam Spit
and Coffee Works, No. 244, North Front, (co
ner•of New st.,) Philadelphia,:Pa. I
mch9d3m.*-• HOWARD WORRELL.
T J• MC,(3Ui:GIN . pi
Importer and wholesale deal& ie
THREAD,: TAPES, 'HoSlllEtti,
Notions, BCC• iI
MA TO EIIESAND. BL AG
--VO4 2 0 74841 MTV ii 946 141 ?Node/Phi:a.
for sale by ,
WM. DOCK, hi.; ti CO.!
GARDEN SEEDS. : ,
i Shaker's, Mt. Lebanon, N. Y., and • ' :I
1 Primp & Bro., Rochester, N. Y.II
A large invoice, comprising every variety and
description, just received and for sale by , 1
apl4 WM.. DOCK, , Js., & cO.t,
DRIED Peaches, (palled) • ,
Dried Peaches, (unpared.]
For sale by [aprlo] WU. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
IXTRITING FLUIDS —Boss' -American Wit
V V lug Fluid, a splendid .luk,, at dg. e e ts
per quart; ARNOLD'S genuine Writing Fluid,
HARRISON'S Columbian= 1 Writing Fl d,
LAUGHLIN BL;BUSEIFiR WS Ink, Copy g
Ink, Carmine and Red Inks of the best,quali 3r,
Bine ink, tiumlage,rito. , , at 7.
, ape : • SCUEFFER'S Wogig'9llEt
c'IL OF, AIX. ' • .
%.../ This celebrated Sided Oil, with venal
other choice brands, in large and small trot*,
just received and for 'sale toy
CAL OIL LASTERNI3,:that .do not uped
any chimney,-and no wind with put! the;
AgitVont. d Nil and exaraine, at t ,
• ' NIOHOIS & BOWlttiat,
Cori Front and Pliadtitt. -
IDOEST PENS In. the - world, tot 75 . 9, $1
Al $1.50, $2, $2, and $4, fay lilac, at ; a i
'bah-0 • SCHEFFELVS'IOOKSTo .
" ipABELLA 44D' 'CATAWBA: 1
.471;13,ARE FAroug %rut thrifty,-, two
I.Jr, years old, at .reduvid prices i At lleyethne
Nursery , . „ ; ,
BROWN' STOUT' , • • ;
and t - ;-=' •
of the lasst,brarldp,'slirays on hand and for We
by. • (aP I 4) • XS. POCK* Ja., & CO.
AJF wipsiow's Firh New ,
CoOkot received by
P"tf a: .4 11‘r- DO*4*; Sr. 911,'
I BUSELEI. *Amer and beach, glow
14Pcstakoei, for eale very low, by, _
. •-: 4 4.4 4 :4 ,8 & mg_WmAN, . •
f2B, . Comer Front Market Sip.
Ne'F'N'R CELEBRATED PINE APPLF.,
" HEl43.E;'direct from the inanufactrirer,
iiii&for We by WK. DOCK, & CO.
T NBIED BEEF AND i3oLoqNA,a vary.clioice
lot, just received and for. sale by
inrßO _ :WM. DOCK, au., StDO.
A CHOICE loc. of ,eppprior Bacon, pn4 re
ceived and fcir Welk)* by'
NIOROLT4E BOWMAS,, •
lop]. Car, Front mid Market titrebts.
SALT; ground; alum,:Aahtoa and dairy, .in
large or small quantitiee by:
al Oor, ?root an I Market streets.
tVERY' &oleo, 'tirade Jost iiketirod; 'sod for
.sale by W6ilAXiCe,r3r., &
Written for. the Telegraph.]
Oa the Death oiLient. Geo. W. Kenney, a
"It is with unfeigned sorrow I apprise you of
the fact that Lieut. Kenney, your son, was
mortally wounded to day in the battle of White
Oak. Vekturkp. Q Airclairninc
&m rar ! Jify Saviour he sank up - ork the ground
and was carried to the hospital in the roan"—
Aired from a letter of Major Pariah to Mr. Kenney.
A vacant chair in the house to-day,
,Stlll speaks of the gallant, dead ;
BUt t liever again shall the grand old hails
Awake to his manly tread.
And never again shall hie loving voice,
Be heard with its words of cheer,
To soothe the mother's mourning heart, :
Or dry the sister's tear. x , , •
He, sleeps the sleep of a brave man, slain
For the sake of higtiative sod ;
For the sake of that starry flag, whose folds
He worshipped next to God. •
He sleeps—and above his youthful grave,
In tee sod of his native land,
The flag of his love shall ever wave,
Untouched by a traitor's hand.
Not in the heat of passion's glow,
Nor yet with the boaster's pride—
But with the name of hens on his lips,
The youthful hero died.
Ob, glorious hope I Oh, blessed sight I'
There on that battle-sod,
To hear these words of life and light :
My Saviour and my ard
Sleep on, 0 soldier of the ernes !
.Thou:haat not died in , vain :
The Saviour whom thou lov'dat in life,
Will recompense again.
Thy bleeding country mourns thy' loss;
And the years as they , swiftly , flee,
Will weave in her children's loving hearts,
Sweet memories of thee.' • •
Then sleep—and above thy youthful grave,
In the sod of thy native land,
The flag for which thou hest died, shall wavf,
• '• Untouched by a traitor's hand. ,;
PENBBYLVA2sLA HOURS HARRISBURG May 3,186.:
sa§.B . /. 4 %)
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The Bible says : "To tunkaside the•right Of
a mart 14efore the face of the Most High ;
'subvert a man in hili . canse; the Lord , aplirOve h
not" , It is grievously . " to, ,turn aside au ft
right," and it is fearfttily '" to subvert a iii n
in his cause,." when you impeach his right -,
lkimself, Atml.tu the ur).:ta of his youth, a nd,
their own, children , when you hide fro m • .
eYeir tho-lettemotiletts book, lest they box; e
incendiary ; and most pt all when you
his community of interest In the first Ada ,
the ancestor of us all. Subvert a man in.. , ' is
cause," and in the question of his marsh
from the first Adam as no kin of his. Disp tw
his right in the'isloCal in the first tenants' f
Eden, and you "subvert also his cause," d
impeach also his right, in the second Adam, Who
as the Dunn of God taketh away the .sin
of the world. Blot his pedigree if you can,
without blotting also his passport to a batten
country, in that title which a Bedeeraer's blo d
sealed. That elder brother this he, exc -.
sively, and by right of Cancassiary caste y 6 i s
only ? We know from the Evangelist that e
accepted aid in bearing his cross to the pit hole,
where they planted it, from a matt of Af '
home—Simon the Cyrenian. Whether , i
helper's'hue, as well as his home, mere Afri ';
it matters not. If Ethiopia " stretching i t
her hand unto God" hadi in the veins of., t
hand, not the same human blond; of which t e
incarnate ransomer took in His humaniti
then she stretches as far as salvation is =
ceined, that hand in vain to a barred Ed ,
and an inaccersible and fetrzorable Judged--
.Subvert the Ethiopian's, the , African's ) , the
negro's, (word the name as you will,) the bkfck
mates claim to a common blood and &common
humanity with yourselves ; and write wit ' A
I grin, before the skies;',Sarnbo, cousin to the a e;
and you have " turned-away his.right" in.' 'e
atonement, and " subverting ,his cause" in *lb
last judgment, and his citizenship' in the new
Jerusalem. Easily said is the scoff, when you
consider its victim's disabilities, and his a u
sers' advantage. It is an unequal 'ciimbat
But if the-taunt chance to call out a higher r
.biter—mhat thenf , And Solomon warned As
, centuries ago; " 'Whose. mocketh the my, re
k' prbacheth his Maker." - ,If'Sambo'e - mob.ter
1 Ruda himself confronted by Sainho'S Maker; ;he I
ineqUality shifts tomixother side. The ,mortal
scoffer is etertjed,to find the puny lance of Nis
jest hurtling uRn the thickbosses of Jehovah's'
buckler, and Sambo's Maker will answer Your
taunt; be assured;'' ill the- sufferer on tbat
prp and theecouptult of- thatirudgment seat,
And - the Sing . of that littrachle,' citle2ly r , id
mutely approve - yorir exclusiveness, and end nie
wa banish - meat of yalTr.fransenfeillaCtek '.
talism and perdition? _Paul, speaking by u
iporitylof his Igisater n teld the Athenia, 8
of this superior castes, as they het thenisel es,
of the proud Greekbblood, that God had " n - e
of one,hlood all nations of men on-all the ace
of tin) earth." , Christianity, repudiates his
disparagement and subversion:o,the the ;
cause and right.:; Elele,your kinsman, for he is
Christ's kin. .f! Inasmuch as, ye have done it
unto one of the least of these, my, brethren,ye
have : done it unto t mo," . .t low ye not., that
soop we are to hear these words; and`'
whence and where ? DR. WILLIAM '.'
AT HOME CARDS.
DIY _a specifil arrangement with one of the
,beat engravers VA, cotmtxy, cards of any
description wilt. lie sweated to the futehest Style
art;'66lferMable with the latest fashion} and
siipplied lircmptly,at lowerpfiCes than are cfmrig
eh Iv qtation'ers NeW York' or' Phytemiek-'
pia. 'For*Aid6o4 prima call
, me,13:90" 'BMIIEICS BOO,KSTOP
IitIatESERVEp.fFRUIES, hermetically sealed;
inlogiasranddirai of all, descriptions ; '
de reefibdeliclouteiadir sale'
ig. , DIXD1 4 Ja..;:aFficf.
quisvoltlita: "TT, -
Cif o — Wadable - *iffettes; at lKey
•• atone Nry. tapAT] J. 14ISH.
BY JOB W. FUREY
The Nigger Question
" imam' Azeuzusuer: STAND 'porn."
FROM THE RAPPAHANNOOL
BRILLIANT SUCCESS OF GEN. HOOKER.
FREDERICKSBURG AGAIN OCCUPIED.
Rebel Redoubts Taken with 'Ease•
Particulars of the Movement
The Enemy Forced to Fight on the Ground
of Gen. Hooker's Choosing.
The Railroads. Between the Rebels and
Rebel Line of. Retreat Broken.
Burning of Rebel Encampments.
Highly Important .Rumors.
The Tribune and Redd have issued extras
containing the following news by mail from the
Rappahannock up to Sunday morning.
The Tribune says.at, that time cur left wing
was in possession of Fredericksburg and of the
first line of redoribts on' the hill behind it, and
was feeling its way to• the second line. The
riverwas crossed and the redoubts wereearried
with great ease and with very slight loss of
The rebels hail marched away in the dire
Lion of Uhancellorville to attack outright wing
there posted, leaving at that post only 10,000
men, and subsequently not more than 5,000 to
7,000 men in their WOrksi; as was ascertained
by a reconnoissancVOM Lowe:a balloon.
A great' Portion of otu'Faimeniks batteries
were engaged on Sunday with- the relael batta
ties, firing aordsa the river and c •v. ' •
• The String both of musketry and c I'm s ding
on the right, in the direisticm of Chant I t .1 te,
was very heavy.
The =Pnemybad been forced to fight on the
ground of*Gen. Hooker's choosing. It was be
lieved oroboth wings that Gen. Stoneman's ex
pedition to cint the railroads between the rebels
And Richmond had proved encemsful, thus cut
ting off the only path of retrs.at.
So Confident was Gen. Honker at Falmenth
of inc:ess that in conformity with Worders a
`force bad already commenced' to rebuild a
bridge over .the Rappahannock. The troops'are
in.the finest spirits and-everything looks propi
The Herald haS t;lsO an extra, giving lithirS up
'to 11 d'clock on Sunday morning; 'WM& says
that on Saturday evening there.weashrilliant
fire .1n- the.: sear of , FraderiekOritg.-Whic-h-at-,
pilt4reAto proceed from_the burning of rebel en
,campments. Theit's was inother fire in the rear
of Filnaotith;' from tbe burning 'of encamp-,
meats below Stoneman's station. . ;
Fredrickaburg was occupied at about. 2 o'clock
on Sunday morning r hy, put. troops. The bat
teries on either elou of' the' river: arnititimitid
. _ • . each other about 6 o'clock-, and
the roaring of cannon was roud and prolonged.
The New York Bas/cl'4 extra contains the
; following:. ,
Wiese Astir CORPS, May 8.--L - Losses in battery
L---First New York sustained , the following in
addition to dime- before recorded.
Killed—Charles E. Carpenter.. . 5
Wounded—Sergeant Amos; Sohn Geogan
and Daniel Stewart. The battery also lost
eight horses. The fire of‘ thiszbattery told with
:each terrible. ,effect upon the rebels, that
it,dismountedsome of their guns and silenced
their battery. There are excellent artillerists
in'the battery that punished the'rebelsteverely,
and it will be heatxt from - again elsewhere.
:.It is not contraband information to state that
the first division under Gen. Wadsworth, the
only part of dui' first corps that crossed, was
'Withdrawn from the - houth side Of the Itaripa
hannock during their artillery firing. - •; -
Capt. Sellinan,, of Troy, chief of Brig. Gen.
Phelps' staff, withdrew our pickets and - not a
man was left behind:
Among the ritmOrs , yesterday of operations
on the right was one that we had captured 16
pieces of artillery from the rebels,
A.tiother that the 'lrish Brigade had. 'stormed
and taken three rebel batteries.
Still another that Gen. Hooker rode , along
.the lines cheered by the brave soldiers who ad
mire him. _
Another that a shell struck within thiity
- cet'ot' him when he was thus riding:
~AAnothor that' our callq• were tearing up
riilibad tracks in the re lines,destroying
rebel property end crossing their, wintry, 'cre
ating consternation and dismay where they
made their raids.. : ' , ' •
' Another that en s r'foro3e on the right 'drOve li
the iebels on Friday, then fell.back and pianist'
Utteries at iote.rvals,which mowed down"the
!pressing and'deluded rebels like gram before' the
Another that we advanced more than -one
mile yesterday;&4l!iitililling the rebels to tall
back, and that 'we are still driving them wXth
terrible.slaughter to them and' comparatividy.
ernall less on oar part. _ . I
Wfien General Hooker took command of Oil;
army the 'men' were out of sPirifs ' and but of
POtatoes. The latter' watt Supplied to there. in
generous quantities, and .now they are in Most
jubilant spitiie, : confident of success, and, Will
ing to , endure any hanialdPs and any perili to
accomplish that desirable end and thus &Ugh
the rebellion: • I *'
A. Sergeant of Livingstone's battery, clime
leg was shattered by a shell in the fighting 4t
the light, when being carried to the - rear said:
"Thank Gbil, I hive Clvraysilone mY - dutY:"
Afterwards the t said: "Livingstones battery
have always don,e their duty,": , ~
The weather,is most
,aseellent for milgari
operatidn's; 'arid the details of 'one of the most
brilliant military Secoasses the sited over knew
will reach you soon. Waitnlittle longer. The
rOPOS ' are eYeTywhorP 13 04 4 s enough for mules
and in met, daces good for, Wheeli, but Gen.
Hooker will riot permit Wagons - to
olstrnet the advanoe'of hiereinforcements,
Major Cameron, paymaster, paid the Ad
'Massachusetts ,While the regiment was on' the
march and thetinanonading was "Programing.
/4e has comeel r own from the,front, baying
paid the 136th and 64th New York, the re
inainder of this regiments not Ir:wing accessible..
'lhe rebel prisoners who went dawn to Aquiti:
Creek:yesterday were, not , ,so penitent 40 they
should be. One of them, in passing Stoneman's
station, gav e inree;elieera for, Gen. Jacksbn.
The'lichMoint'..D4deh; says the Wther day
while melting the iron of shells in Ricbmbid,
which had-been-plaked up on the battle fields,
one or two7shells exploded with. terrible feria;
doing geeekdamaget. A ), aIF ,t,
Eleven o'clock, A. m.—At this hour there is
heavy cannonading on the right, and the quiet
of the Sabbath in the fond must be disturbed
A Heavy Fight at Warrenton Juno-
Defeat of Forrest's and Blaek Horse Cavalry.
I D111:i Ell 511 3E13 ZOI 51 tin IL
Vhsuntorros, May 4.
The following dispitch was received this
morning at General Heinteeheart's headquar
ters, from General Stahl:
FAIRFAX Sreorion, May B.—A heavy fight oc
curred this morning near Warrenton Junction,
between a portion of my forces under Colonel
Daforrest, and the Black Bone Cavalry under
MosebY and other guerilla forces.
My forces succeeded in routing the rebels
after a heavy fight. The rebel loss was very
heavy in killed and-wounded. Templeton, the
rebel spy, was killed and several other officers
are wounded, but not dangerously.
Naw Yoax, May 4
- 14 ERY4itr. — The rebels who fl d in the direc
tion of_Warrenton were , pursued by Maj. Ham
mond, of the sth New York cavalry, who has
returned and reports our charge at Warrenton
Junction as being so terrific as to have thor
oughly routed and scattered them in every
I have sent in twenty.three prisoners of
Moseby's command, all of vrkom are wounded,
some badly. Dick Moran is among the num
ber. There are also three officers of Moseby's,
The loss of the enemy was very heavy in
killed, besides many wounded, who scattered
and Rrevented being captured. Our loss was
one killed and fourteen wounded. Major Steele
of the Ist Va. Reg. is slightly wounded.
I have sent in this morning to the provost
marshaj 28 prisoners and 60 horse s captured in
Death ot Gen. Samuel G. Ladd.
KINGSTON, Pez, Hay 4.
Gen. Samuel G. Ladd died here yesterday,
aged 97 Years..
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Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, and ail other points
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teas in quality, strength and fragrance, and is
alsoentirely frbe from , adulteration, coloring or
mixture of any kind. It is the nalural leaf of
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Residence: Third Street, alxiie North.
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• 200 Ll3B. Buckwheat Flour
SOO bbla. Prime New York State Apples.
litielitrbeit and Wheat Floor, Corn, Oats,
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A prime 'lot of Oranges, Lemons, rigs, Raiiius,
Candies, Sugar, Coffee, Bice, Candles, Spices,
Tobacco, Segars; &c:
A prime lot of Swes4.oider just received.
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au E. Bowls Lrroa,
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A UTHOR of `,Charles ,O'Malley," &c.,.one
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V i VERGEKEN TREKS,
124 And shrubs of ill leading kinds, and of
"dig froilOne tOilfteen feet high, foi said
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A LL kinds Of Garden Seek, jut received,
Z 11.: and fqr sale by
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ll ArBROBB. and Peach Blow.. A large supply
JYI of the above in prime condition, just re
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ialass DAIRY oliAtan, the, very, best
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ll_ Different colored donlie varieties ; White
, Fringe; Purple Fri* -or Mist Tree, and other
shrobbee7, at ilaystceinlquraery. irtISEI.
Dried Beef; Fish. 41t, in largo or
11 small quantities to snit purchasers, for sato
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A REBEL SPY KILLED
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