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'Oa ITEM ESTATES HOTEL.' • '
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tot the reception of guests Tor the winter,
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EC& Faintly Bibles- , r'
Pry Methodist, LutiierFl i %ratan
Belo, wed, and other Hymn Book's. lust receiv
ed at BgRUNER'S CH.LAY BoOKITKPEPri.
OOLL OIL, a further reduction in Coal Oil,,
V superior article of non-explosive Coal Oil„
for sale very low , by •
. NICHOLS &
CPT. Front and Market ktia:
Altilliri ? Uitiron, and Uurranuly tor isektist
- mollotig & BOWmAikpik--
49 Oornur Front and Marked Ste,
D. ' JOHNSON
Iyes discovered the most certain, speedy and
.1. effectual remedies in the world for
RIMS= IN SIX TO TWIELITB nouns.
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Cure Warraersd, ? or No Charge, in from One to
Weakness of the Back, Affeetioris of the
Kidneys and :Bladder, Involuntary dis
charges, impoteney,, General Debility, Ner
vousness, ‘ Dyspeteda, Langtror, Low Spirits,
- Donfusion „ of ; Ideas, Palpitation of the
;11AM WilnklitiTrerOblinge;Dimnies of Sight
or, - 4iddinewir, Di sease thef :; Head, Throat,
I ,Nr. 1 46,0r tikhk. 4ifections of the Liver, Dings,
Stomach or Boikilel r -those terrible diSorden ,
arising _from the Solitary Habits of Youth—
those secret eulititrY z PrOiCas more fatal to
their victims than the song et Sirens to 'the
Mariners of Ulyeses,,blighting their Most bril
liant hopes or aroidtpationa, Tendering niarriage,
Sui impossible • - "
is YOUNG MEN
rEitpecially,, who have become the viothni . of
Solitary Vice, that, dretnifig ,and dcstructive
habit (Which = annually sweeps to an untimely
grave thousands of Young, Men of the' most
exalted .talents and brilliant intellect,
might otherwise have entrars3eti.lis4ning Sen
ates with the thunders- .nf elognince or anal*
tpeo3tasy the living lyre, may call with full'
" I NEABRIAGE. •
Married Persons, or Young litiwctinteniplat
tag= marriage`,•; being. aware :cot:physical 'meek
ness, organic debility, deformities, &c., speedily
Hit who places himself under .the care of Dr
J. may religiously confide in hisbonor as a gen.
tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill 4 a
Physician: ~' • - , , „ 1
Immediately Cured/. and full vigor , restored. : •
This distressing affection—which rendendife
miserable and marriage impossible—is the win
:alty paid,..byh,q,y.lctims of improper indulgence.
Young, Persons are too apt to, commit ea es
from not being- aware of the dreadful ciie
quences that may ensue. Now; . who that'lin
,dersfands.the subject will pretend to deny, tiler
',the power of procreation's lost sooner by them
felling into improper , habits than by the Or
dent. )3esides being dein:Ned the plerskresi of
healthy,offepring, the most serious andfisititic=
"Ives symptoms,to,toth body i and miricrart3e.
-`-',: -- I
l'A9 , -7 1 T , rac. iiona.rirmi -- fled, liar .43<lnocr' procr e a t ive !
Menial - ' WinfO irritability, dyspepshi,'Palpfta ,
power, nor . - ''-irest; indigestion, jwnstitutiohal
lion, of; the la. ---.., k
,o f the f a i n * cough, . om .
debility. a wastin, - ii at u. . E
stimption, decay anal ..., z , up slum I
91 1 /qtAl.b ,, 7 13G1M1 /'• "itimore street, a
Left hand side going from h.- -tot to obeerve
few• doors from the corner. Fail ... :
, name and number. , -
Letters.must be paid and contain a.. ;
Tha.Doctor's Diplows hang, in his office.
Kelliher of •the Royal College of Surgeons, Lop
, doki, graduate from-one of :the , most eminent
1 hollegeohn the- United: States, and the greater
I pert of whose life -has been , spent in the hospi
lehi of London, , Reify Philadelphia: and elte: .
where; has Ideated sotnnof themost astonishing
Curia-that-were . ..river • known .;=many troubted
'with ringing in the-head and ems-when asleep,
great' nervoruniehep;being • alarmed ,at,,audden
sounds, bashfulness, with frequent .blushhig,
attended sometimes with derangement , of mind
were cured immediately. i
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. .
These are some of the sad and melanch o ly;
effects;produced by early habits of youth, vs :.
wseknerenf the back - ' dud limbs, pains in he
head, dimperis of sight, loss of muscular powlee,
palpitation 'of tne ' heart, dyspepsia, nervo us.
irritability, symptoms of consumption, he.
i filsirrerxr.—The 'fearful. effects onlbe m nd
ire much tote dreaded—loss of memory; nen
friAtio. or kdeirc , depression of spirits; evil fore
toditige, aversion to society, self distrust, lbve
of solitude, timidity, &c., are some of the"evils
Produced • ', ' YOUNtis MEN
Who have' injured themselves by a cert ain I
practice indulged in when alone, a habit fre
quently learned from evil companions, or at
school, the effects of which are nightly felt,
even' when 'asleep, and if ..,not cured renders
marriage impoireible,. and destroys both rnlnd
and hody, should apply irrimediately. 4 ~'
What a pity that a young men, the hope of
his coutttryi , the"darling of his parents, shOnid
be snatched:from all , prospects and enjoyments
of life, by the consequence 'of deviating from
the path of nature and indulging in a certain
secret habit. Such persons mum, before oontem-
lieflect-that tt•• sound mind and body•are the,
Most necessary requisiteit to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed;-without cl, -without these; the journey
through life beconies- a weary pilgrimage :I the
prospectimurly , darkensAo l the view; the.midd
becomes shadowed:ith despair and filled ivitb
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with our , own.
DISEASE . OF IMPRUDENCE. "
When -rite Misguided and iinprudent votary
of "pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of
this . painful disease, it too often happens that,
an illtirned sense of shame or the dread of die
6crirery demi him froth appiying_to those who,
ficraCefincation resptctahility, can; alone
bi3frietid i lliin: 'He falls into the bands of igno
ituit'and designing-pretenders, who,
Of 4 Curing,'fitch hiss pecuniary substance; keep
month after month, or as long as
the pandit fee can be obtained, and in despair
litiviViiini4iithitinecl health to sigh' over his
galling disappointment,' or, by-the use of the
deadly Poison, litercdryi , hasten that constitu
tional symptoms of this terrible disfese, inches+
affections of the 1 - :lead,'Tliroat, Nose,lfikin, etc.
progressing with frightful rapidity' till death
puts a period to his dreadful sufferingilly send
ing- him to that undiscovered country frchtl
wherica no traveller returns: • •
• iNDOIiSEHENT OF THE PREM.
Thei'many thoneadds med . at this institution
year after` year,, and.the `numerous Important
tUrgical operations performed by, Dr. Johnson,
witnessed by the - reporters t#l3 & 8 4 atflor ,
and many other papers, notions of which have
r aliPecYo d mail:Land again before the pnblio - be
ing! his standing as a"goritlemari of character
iV46°PBlbility.'.li #,F# etit gluata nte° to
e' 2 ". ) t, •
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,te Ol7OE, ` Na 7. 80V771 1172EDIRICI
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAYi EVENING, MAY 29,
The Great "Amerioan Remedies,"
SNOWY AS "lIELMBOLD'S"
GENUINE PREPAR,ATIONS, VIZ :
HELIABOLD RXTRA.Cr BUCLITJ,"
" " SABSAPABELLA,
" IMPROVEED ROSE WASH.
"HIGHLY CONCEN T R A.l ED "
A .I.OSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
For Diseases of the
BLADDER- KIDNEYR, GRAVEL,
AND DAOPnICAL SWELLINGS.!
This Medicine increases the power of Dig's-;
Lion, and excites theI.I3BOIII3ENTS into beal-i
thy action, bp.stwhichlbe WATERY or CAL;
CEBOUS deposition's,- and - all 'UNNATURAL
ENLARGE:IIEN Intro - reduced, as we 1 as pain
and Intl immation; and is good for MEN, WO ,
HE.MBOLD'S EXTRAOT BUCHU
, . ,FOR W EAKNESSES
- Arising from Castles, Habits of -Dissipation
Early Indiscretion or Abuse.
Amretresn, WITH THu 10UAWING SYMPTOMS,
Indiep [lion` to ExtiDryneise Of the Skin, •
tion, Lisa of Power,
Lots of_ Memoyyr . - ,D,fficnity,of Breathing;
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Hover of Disease, 4- ''Wskeiulness,
:Dimness Of Vision, :PlNiMin the, Back„
Universal Lassitude cifF:ulthirieof the BOdyi,"
!he Muscular Sysitem,Eruptions on the Face;
Hot,gande, Pallid Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go`oh'=which
this Medicinechavatiablv - remdvee, stem follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one ol.aruieki the patieut may expire. Who
,can key that : they are: not frequently followed'
by : those "direful diseases." •
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Many : are aware of ihe Caine of 'their suffer
toga,: but none will coufesa. The'reeords of the
Inettne.Akylenas and the melancholy deaths by
Consumpit.h, bear ample witness to the truth
of ;the assertion,
2,44 CONSTITUTION ONCE> AFFECTED
WITH ORGANIC 'WEAKNESS,
Repaired tae aid of mtdicine to strengthen and
invigorate the system, which Helatboldci Ex
tract Buchu invariably does. A trial will con-.
Ithaca the most' ikentical. - •
FE 11 A LES --FEM ALES—FEMALES,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE MARRIED, OR
In ; rows; fiffattii,)63 peoutimi'tol tamales the
Extract Buchu 'is uuettaftlied any other
remedy, as ie Chlorosis - 9! likention;
state, of the Uterus, Leucorrhea or Whites,
Sterility, and tor all complaints incident to the,
sex, whether arising from Ithildcretion, Habits
of Dissipation or in the
DEcLINEIIttIIAIsrDE OF LIFE.
"No.F.4MILYSUOULDEE Wh'HOLT IT.
Take nu balsam, Mercury,. r ple-s tut Medi
eine tor Uupleasants,nd Dangerous Thiess:qt.
HEMBOIASS EXTRACT BUCHU,
Cures Secret Dtseases in all their stages; at tit
-1,10 'expense ; little or tioctiertgain diet :; sat i in
qouvenonce and no exposure. It causes fm:
'•••• wttoliestre, , and. gives :strength to Urinate,
-removing obtertietions, pret;biating and
Thereby 'etureq•of the Urethra, allaylog pain
curing st rtioo, : sp. frequent in this class of
and infi+nagats- g poisonous, Diseased and
oliseasee;Snd ex t..
Wornont Matter. .17 (11)118an ' Upo l- 11t11 ' 9ti ' a'andB
who have been the viol. ' " °L agd Who,
4, e cured in a short
have paid hea , 3l7, I f "! °to 'veived :,powerful
time, have 'found they were at. _
the "Pelson" has by the use : 11
Astriugents," been dried up in the is7 Bt°l32 : to
break out in an aggravated form, and IZ 4 PIaPs
Use HELKEOLD'S EXTRACT. BUCHU foe
all Affections acid Diseaies of the, Urinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female, from
whivever cause odginagugeene. no matter of
how long standing: Diseases. - of these Organs
require the aid of .a Dietetic. HALUEOLD'S
h2LIBACT BUCldiliatthe , tYriedit' Diuretic, end
it is certain to have the 'desired fleet in all
Diseasea : -for which it is recommended.
Blood—Bloodt—Blood. - Heimbuld's
ConcentrateddlCourpound.. ELUID EX.TRAC
SARSAPARILLA:SYPHILIS. Tbis is an affec
tion.ofitheTßtood, and attacks the Sexual Or
gans; Liniego.Ot th.e.kiWr.Flars, Throat, Wi. 12 4. -
pipe, and titherliucne4lsol*Bl *king , its sp
poarance in, the ..forto...9l,,Uleentt. ,HeitebOld's
_purifiis the - Bleed, and
removes all Scaly E.uptions of the Skin; giVing
to the Comptexyoriga„Qtrar and Healthy Color.
It , tieing , prepared „exl*:4lB4,t, for this ellY 3B of
complaints, its Bloo&Puritying Properties: are
preserved•preservedr , to a greater extent than any other
, preparation of Rer?aparilla•
HELM)3O.Tia 8 ROSE WASH:
Ah exceileut ,Lotion for. discs es of ,a, Syphi
lido Nature, and as an ihjectiontin diseases of
the Urinary. Organs, arising_ „from habitis
dissipation, used in, connectioni wh i rl, the Ex ,
tracte Simian and Sarsapatilla r an 'mph. diseases
as recommeaded. Evidence of the most re
sponsible and reliable character will accninnany
the inedigines. CERTIFICATES OF CUllEfe
&Om eight' tO `twenty years standing, with
names known to Science and Fame. For siedic ml
Eropertlea of Bubnu, see IDitpensary of
the United.ifeirstes. ,Sate .Prottes or DEWSEE
valuable works on the.gsactice of hNee
semerk,s made by tketilite celLbrated Dr. PHY—
SI( E, Philadelphia. Fele remarks made by`Dr.
EPHRAIM. DicDOWELL, Aildebtated Phy olden
and meinitili of the Royal College of Surgeons,
Ireland, and published in the 1 ransactious of
the Kings and Queen's Journal. .See ,Medico-
Cirurgical Ileyiew,Bpublished by BENJ. 4.RA.-
VERB, Veil O w -of the iftiyalCollege of Surgeons.
See most of the t late standard works on Medi
cine. Extract eif Bugg? $1 00 per bottle, or
six for $6OO. ' Bitted' of Sareapaillia, -, $1 00
,per bottle, erosix for" $5OO. 'lmproved' Rose
Mash, 50 Cents per bottle,. or safer $2 50, or
halt a dozen each fork $l2 410,,tillich will 66 suf
ficient to cu re the most, obstinate desert, if Alive
tions are adhered t.6.` DOlivered to an,ytdress,
securely picked from scribe
symptoms in all Comintuf!cations. Cnree gnar
Personally; appeared before me an Alderman
of the city of ,Philadelphia, H.. T, lielrisbold,
who, being duly swAnoloth say, his: Oepara
ties contain no narcotic,• no mercury, or other,
injurious.drugs, and We:purply vegetable.
I - . H. T. HELMBOLD.
Sworn and subscribed:before me, this 28d day
of. November, 1864.. 'Willi. I'. HIBBARD,
Alderman,lffintlietreet ab. Race, Phila.
Address letteisifor information in cogfidence:
tH, T. HELBABOLD, Chemist.'
tbuDepot 104 South .10th streetibeluw Chestnut,
NO one remedyls more needed in thbreoun
-try-than alenable Alterative, but the sick
hate been so-outrageously:cheated by'the worth
lees • preptiktitibmt , - Sarsanarilla abroad that
they are dilusted even with:: the name. - Yet
the drug- cannottbe bleitell'for- the' impositioM •
from trhich - they have suffered: Most. .of the
se-called Sarsaparillas in the "mallet contain
little of the vit thee of. Sarsaparilla or anything
else. Theyare mere slops—inert and worthless,
while; a • - Concentrated' , extract - of the active
Variety of Sartaparilla compounded with Dock ;
S illingia, lodine, etc., is;ea.it . .ever will be,
- powerful alteratitie - and Mt effectual remedy.
'Alchilislityet's 'Extract of -Sareaparilla,. as
truly-wonderful cures' of , the • grtlat variety ,oi
complaints which require an - alterative molt
'tine have-abtindantly shown: noti, there-!
.discit&this -invaluable , _medicine; became',
yon' have htietrimposalupcin by something pre
tending-to be Satitriparilla,twhile it .yrtevnot,i
, W ben. yon - have 'used Avstifs..—thew, and not: tai
then, wili - yon , know the virtuesof Sarsaparilla.;
toot to Mute pardcularailf the didetises-it.ctiresit
refoi you to' illyer's!-American • Almanael
which the...agents below!nimed
, allgratia to. who call for it•• •
:. - 4Yares.Cifttreasio: Pure, for the cure 'CU Cos-,
tiverues, , Jcantriice,tDysteptie,lndigsstirty ;,‘ DYievaterYl
•• IStomaeh,i , 'Eleackiche, Pelee, Ithilitnaturn",fitaaVi
titrn from Disorthirett . Stomach; Fein,.; or
aflorbidinaction of. the :Bowels, Ilatuleney,,Lois-at •
Ilikidgte; • Consplaint;-Dropsy,- Worms, -• GoIM •
Iflivia.loa, , , and for a Dinner' Pill'. • ••: • •
They are , sugarcoated,. so that.the. most.seir
ADM can' take . them . - pleasantly, and they are
'the bestAnerientniiv the-world for all the
poses- of -a family' physic. -
Elms 26 OaNTIS ran Box, on Fran -Boxes eon SL
Do cot lie put off be: unprincipled dealers with
ethet prepakations which'. they, make more
'Demand Annerstand take no • other,l. -
The'sick waot the testakVthere. is. for theta,
-and they should have it.- • • •--
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. AYER & CO., Lowell,
flifisitesiehnsettsZ ; ;
• glll-44,411 - A.'•l3itrinvairt..ti. W. 1 1004.&,;:bo:,
0. g. Keller, J. M. Luta; Dr. Belly, - F. Wyeth
and dealers everywhere.
- .ROB EAT =SN - ODG-H'ASS,'
A TTOBNEY-AT=LAW.' Office with Hon.
WU David' -liftinitni, Jr., Third 'Street, aluilie
N. B —Pension, Bona's , auci Military Claims
of all`kinds firosecuied and collected. - '
Refer to Hons. Mei C. Kruskel, David
Magus, Jr., and R. .14..'Lanibetten.
• my 9 -daw6ni
o " • ••••., •• - urno - atal -- r7rta -- 14.
WOES, a every daicripticm. ; -
BRANDInS of the choicest brands and vibors
WINES of ' every variety and of the flutist
ST. CRUZ . RUN.
ROLLAN D ''GIN. ' •
IRISH . , SCOTCH, RYE . and BOIJEHO I E
WHISKY, CHAItIPAONE, SCOTCH 4LE,
8110rWN STOUT, CORDIALS; &c. -
Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from
the domestic grape, which is a splendid article,
and we know it to beiPure.
414 Wll. DOOK, -& CO.
VEGhTABLE Ott '
t3ARLhO 86E1).4 1
WE have received for this season more than
our weal stock of
Some choice varieties on hand. Also, Gar
den and Vegetable of the best quality.' •
91 Market strept:.
ORANBEARLES, HIJMINY: `BRANS,
:4PLIT PEAS, BARLEY, lALVABONJ, V BB
bThtIigALLI,I,:OB.ANGEE, LEE.pNiii • FIGS,
RAN; NS; dERRANTS,
.and lafy b O'ai3isortinent littOsise A ;ElackwPil s
Pickles, s au ces, &c., just received fresh from
atSd . for sate low by
j a iitt • •• • W. D 0013. ,, & CO:
Naw Yur., May '2B:
The steamer America, from Gun town - , with
dates to the, 20th, . has arrived: ',She brings a
large number of pai•engers twin California, by
the N ciraguan route. . -
1 . By her we have the confirmation of the total
defeat of the revolutionary party under Jaiti,
by Prisident Martigez.
, Jana seems to haire won a battle on the 28th
ult., in which Martinez , was slightlflounded.
I He then marched to Leon; wheta gattitiez
- . gained a conapiete victim". , &tree mid - twelve
EfORStS W,AGONS AND GAIVIS 'officers were a f his h escaped -
, , i a 9 , army at OWM cap
. •TO HIRE. . . !tore. -
, . .
TOHN ALCOBN,:-Broad street, West Harris- i Chamorra, who held the ~Fort ,of Sanwlos
for Jerez, fled to Costa Bici,,'artd the reveal
s) burg, is prepared - to furnish Horses, Carte
arid Wagons to persons wishing hauling done. Hon is thus entirely crushed.
Digging of Cellars personally attended . to. . - , s wax - • ••
Hauling of any description promptly 'attended
to. An order box
. for the acCominoditiOn of • , • ,
- From San Fr anclae, o
persons-gill be found in the TIMORA.Pa Print - '
tug Office, where prders will be received. ,
aplB 8m : JOHN A.L(X/BN.
vv-Bmoa‘..r.LIJIDS —Boss Amortean Writ
mg But& a spiel:dig LA.. at 6'2 mitts
per quart ; YaitiOs Writing Fldici,
HABBASON'SColumblan Writing Ftnid,
LAUGHLIN 8i BlJßarla+Vß ink. Copying
Ink, Carmine and .kied Inks of the best quality,
Blue Ink; lituollage, &a., at . -
aper SCHEFFMI'S BOOKSTORE.
.IMPORT ANT. -Via
you want yobs Stein of a pearly whitipmes,
1 ge to Kunlter& and get some of that fatuous
Soap, which coestituted'a portion of the cargo
of toe stainer Prinotas I,coyal;'whicil was captur
ed ectue.titue Billed by our fleet, While attempt
tug to run the blockade at afarleston. Can only
be had at . 'KUNKEL'
ap26-tf "118 Market st.,
ATSCER and Peach Blow. -4 large supply
IVI of the abpve in prime condition, just re
ceived and for isle by •
_ _WK. DOCK, Jr., Br. CO.
i M n t ot=
ap4nvcanvalsedt, at the very lowest price.—
Every hair seld'warranted, at
• '''• NlDEOlirs & BOWMAN'S,
Oor. tiont and Market sta.
^ This celebrated. Salad wfth several
other choice brands, in large and email bottles,
just reeeived and fOr .sale by ,
14,14 . WM. DOCK, JR., & CO.:
0 AND LBMONS.--Wa have just
- 13""T reco g iv ES ed tite largelst and &met lot of hies
siiiiCringes'offoired taii season in dila - market.
Call and examine, A._
- ':NIC1101.. 8 Sr: BOWIAN, • •
Cm- Front and Market strests.
, . .. .
TNEEDS, hiOrtmes,; Power of AOorooy,
j_j ab il ,p, and Joaticee Kauko kir rile at'„ ,
my 2 ' luso. v• tio.atioira. l 3 Bosikilt*re•
ippr , , o treeOt of hotograph Albums,
ei,` - , ' SOIMFSHIS BoOkstote. -
From the Rappahannock.
REPORTED WITSDRAWMISP, REBEL TROOPS
FROM TAR PROST.
ILLICIT COMMUNICATION WITH THE
The risking Business Broken up
JEtierlmetita at Washington Navy Yard.
':WastriaaToN, May 28
From the statements otgeutlemen,who have
just arrived from , the EteppthentutCh,. It seems
probable that the rebels 'have greitly• reduced;
'heir Etrengtb, and ale maint thank tonere shell:
in front`of our lineS. If this were positively
known-to lice' military anthorAtiell. it IS prollel
Me pm; forego would Ant m uch : lpnger 'einem!
It is further - represented; thtti in corsequence
inf certain information htivingbeenireceived by
'citizens of i Falmouth .which was, ) .not obtained
through legitimateelatunglit, in relation to al'
,fairs in the eneniy'l3 linee t and believing that
such Infornikfien hadqusen' conintimicated by
rebel soldiers•who halm been engaged in haul!
ing • the seine iu -the Rappahannock. Comi•
ninnication wits., recently addr e ssed to Gent
end `Leo Upon the subject, nroteeting 'sgaitnit,
a thntionitnce . of 'the 'practice: The result' is
that the dotting has been discontinued and the
pickets on both. Bides of the ziy,er have been
withdrawn to a considerab!e distance from the
shores. This alio breaks op the friendly visitia
of thepickettPto One atioi lier by aWiraMing over
arid , 'exchaquiing fapers, Stc.
'Experiments in,gimnrry, have been making
for several months at the Wasbil.gtou
Yard, but the most powerful !Viol tem . , d recent
iy is that of Mr. Atwater, of .Obi xlfa.. It
is a rifled eighty, pounder, nod thr.s ",.tali
kiss shell.l,9eo yardic, the 4egree GI ti to
being 3 degrees 25 minutes Ac 5 etc ,
shot wade - the astonishing flight (if 2-8.0 y
which is nine hundri d latds greater distantie
than the. Armstrong gun apcompliehes, the do;
gree of elevation being equal. ,The additional
velocity is tO . quired by the application la
principle which relieves ' the atmosphefic preti.
sum in frorit , of 'the bail. •
'Captain Stephen 11 Weed is to be male e'
prigadier,G. Demi for his
.s t errces in theVattle
of the Wildereek, though only a Captain; I'i...
. .• _ •
Net officers in the a. my. •• .1
Reinforcements for General Gmit
New Orleans Secured from Invasion
''Nzw - Youlr, May 2&
The akirrier — cialtattthirptiVenhig Says there can
be but tittle doubt -that Gen. Giant has re
ceived ample reinforcereehts 'ltem , a -.certain
Tiarter, and that by the 26th at the. latest he
was amply prepared to move saccesefully. On
the enemy's works.
New Orleans - has been secured from any lova
Sion by the arrival of reinforcements, so that
should , the insurgents 'attempt a toray . there
during General Banks' absence in Wartern Lou
isurna; they will signally fail.
FROM NEW. YORK.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER AMERICA.
SALE OF A PRIVATEEE.
Coffee has further 'advadied. Grain cis firm
with small sales atedvaricing:prices: The : ship
Derby raked for Hong Kong to-day, carrying
2,000 sacks of wheat and $58,000 in tresinre.
The schooner J: M.,Chaprnan; cently . core
derailed as a Privateer, was sold to-day by the
tr . e t . Mar IMF fbreeveri-thousand doffing. bhe
' will be used hereafter in the Meat en coastikado.
Her dontraband Cargo, embracing two tafelve
!OM:oer hownserk•shells, powder. Wks
pistoli; were knot:feed 'down for Gwent-
Meld accounts •
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.,
A , REBBI;;;ELOT 'DISCOVERED
E= . il=l
.i'. FournEss.Moitams, May . 27.
The steamer Geo rgunt . ts, with, a iiaz of wine,
came•down , this nu:truing from City Point. Ste
brings Richmond patient .4, the 26th, bat they
are t.ilens on the subjeckof Vic , sblug and bars : ,
no farther advicee from that q u.rter. ~, '
1 he Georgians returned this afternoon to
City point with one hundred and sixty-flpirebtl
prisoners.. - , - - • - -
, : The B g, R. Spa
uldinii left . hero hut
night tor. Bolton with the Btll Massachusetts
regimratfihrir limo hiving expriiii., :
i'theitteattier Rannebt,o, Captain Gaitim, from
13aliimore and Hon "Henry Buidas," Captain
Cole, from New TOOL, ..artived here his , p one „.
The Richmond ',lnquiry; filAys: . 1 .
~ Dr. Wm. N.:MyetiseALleistant S urgeon,- :MAI
Ited Mate& Arbsy,. zaor• cciAfi9o. 7 4iLibtoi Edson,
is held as a hostage for DAnsan,,nt ,gl.tsylira-
PRICE ONE CENT.
nia, who is in Fort Norfolk, as a bo4tage for the
['demons traitor. Dr Rankers, whose trial is
[tow pending before the county court of D,te
tourt county. Fs.r the two cflicers recently
murdered officifilly, in Ohio, two officers of equal
rank now in our hands, are to suffer. This In
telligenpe has been conveyed to Col. Ludlow,
The Yankee Commissioner, by Ouroruirsloner
Onlot.with, the additioncd as-urance that, h.-re , .
: Confederate soldie s or cicis ns
improperly held or executed, the law of retalia
tion will Inkrlgicilienforctd.
&aim PLOT DIFOOVILIUID
A wtrntan named Miss Byer was arrested at
Suff lklestaiday. and a document CO ntalling
a plan of all the fart ficatlans at Fuff .1k wile
fonud in her posai-sion, sod a letter to Gen.
Lon:street, Fay tog th4t, he could make a r ,id
to Norfolk and..ciptura Gen. Vi le and Gov.
Pierpont. The duel:mint was prepared by an
attorney at Norfolk named ! Stubbs, who is now
under *treat. .
SbIITHE . RN NEWS
RIM son PAY g itS OF TII BUILT
grOONFlTJOirrialip - 7 - Tinil PrrunioN 01
P6I[BeBTuN'IPTdUI LT CBITICaL.-
.From the Petersburg Ezpresi;pf May 28, we
Cut the following editorial: '
"At the laat accounts, V cite:burg was closely
besieged, tuyd the army was clueing hi on every
aide. That l our readers , may form some idea of
the contracted links in which Geoensl Pember
ton's army is now confined, we would orate that
llg Black= bridge crosses that srre,m only
twelve miles from Vickaburg, and fifteen miles
from.where it empties into the Misei sihpi.
"The 'stream. was about one hundred yards
wide, and was navigable for small vessels as
high up as where the railroad cc. aßeel, but the
atream has beolne obatructrA by trees and the
caving io of emimekrneuts, so twit Its naviga
tion would be difficult if not impossillit. The
topography of the country t irough which toe
river runs below the railroad is generally
swampy. Abo7e it gradually lung into 'nada.
!sting and heavily wooded laud. The stream
is undable, but owirig t • the natured' its banks
the passage : l)f artillery and wagons is drama
sod confuted to slew fords.
•The bridge which crosses the river here,
and now destroyed. was abort. half a mile long
and eighty "feet high ; part of it, whidh is im
mediately-over the river, is supported by strong
nautilus of etone. and bricks, which rest on
strung woodrut-timhera. The destruction of
this bridge, unfortunately, not only isola , ea
'irielcabing from conirnirnication with alt other
parts of 'the confederacy - , but opens to the nue-
My the much desired Yealo country.
_ `7With scarcely any fi ld artillery: and his
army . greatly reduced, General Pemberton csn-
- - _
s the- bet. agnered army. At present we
cannot Ftmeour eyes to , the tact th.st the slims
don of Vhlrstang Is eattemety wiliest"
PHiraDaPHIA , Iday 28.
Jay Cooke, subseription agent, repor,s the
sale today of $2,045.5.0 of five twentlis at the
arveral agencies. h.! New. 'York, Boston, Phila
delphia and the '664.
Arrivtit or MOO totetor Iron Platys for the
"P;• 1 NEW YORE, May N.
The .itygo of the Great Esbttrn coutaind two
hundred "tone of Iron platen fur the Milted
capture Or a Blockade Wanner.
WAISHINGTOIit May 28.
The N,Peribington star rays a lout* received
yesterday. stated that a large rebel B raemar
heavily leaded with cotton has betn captured
MIR/UTE; ELEG RAPS.
Cotton buoyant ; 800 bales sold at 51452 e.
Flour dectined; 16,500 tills. sold-State, $5 20
@6 80; Ohio, $6 1006 80; Southern. $6 50
46 95. Whitat advarreed le ; 150 000 bush.
sold at noon prices. Corn a ivanced le ; 177,-
000 bush. sold at '74076e.; new. 69@ 4c.
P .rk heavy; mess. $1162011 75; new, $l3 50.
Lard firm. Witielcy firm at 44®45c.
LIFE 3.N . SURANCE ,
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
MICA No. 408 CILEFINUI SIRE=
CAPITAL lap Amin.
- THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
013 N F. JAMB, Secretary.
C 0 NT I N UB to make INSURANCE ON
LIVES on the most reasonable terms.
,Theyact as Executors, Trustees and Guardians
ander - mist Wilikand'esllwceivernand Aesigriets.
-The capital 144 paid up and invested,
together with a.large and constantly incressii.g
reserved fumi f offers a perfect security to the
The presidems . may be paid yearly, half year
ly or quarterly. .
The company add a BONUS periodically to
the. insurauces for life. The FIRST' BONUS
appropriated in December, 1844. toe Sh:ll2lgD
BONUS in Decembsr, 1849, the THIRD PONUS
i n D ecem b e r, 1.854, and the FOUR*" II BONUS
in 1859. These additiona are ma& without
regalring any incresis n the premiums to be
paid to the company.
The following! sra a; few examples from the
[Amount of policy
j Snm Bonne of and bonus to be in-
Itisttred. addifiiin4eii3need by future
: • !additions.
Nb. "89. $2600 $ 887 bu $8387 50
- 182. 8000 1060:00 4050 00
!' 199 1000 , 400 00 1400 00
" 833 6000 1873 00 6875 00
Agent at iisurlaburg and vicinity
TNOCS & Co. have just receiyed a new and
.4anperior article of Vinegar, manufactured
entirely from Corn:which is entirely free trom
all mineral mid which they can freely re
commend to their customers and the public.
2e 'e Ptitlik 3 sze .11Vilted, tally° this article a trial-
Starch 17, 1888. " •
New Yoeic, Nay 28