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. IKE"' ST AND ELSIIKET SWANN,
OSEPII F. PROPRIETOR.
(RECENTLY CONDUCTED BY WELLS °OVERLY.)
This is a First Class Hoiel, and located in the
-..central part of the city. It is kept in the best
5 antler, and its patrons will and every sworn
--, °dation to be met with in the beat houses in
.. e country. ee3o-4itf
~ ITED STATED ROTEL.
i it ed and - Renovated.
L. W. TEN EYCK, Psopiarrop.
A popular and commodious Hotel. hue
newly refitted and fiuntsbed through
path -tis and chambers, and is now ready
of guests for the winter
• e traveling public will tad the United
Bi ases a w l , 6)8 moat convenient in all
lars, of any Hotel In „ 411 e_„ .. Btate,CaP i tei , on no
,. vount of its access to the' tibuluou , being Juan&
, Idlately betw,..en the two e," 1.014 t depots in this
Eisaanutosa, Dec. 29, 1862.—.44n
THE f( KING MIOR.OSCO PB,"
- DROP. HORSFORD, of Harvard this 7rer B ILYI
"it Works very well, and you
got it up very neatly." Magnifies 25 diem:Ws.. .4
66 cents in Po - tat Currency. The "BOWL 1 0
/lICEOSCOPE," 28 cents. The "S. WOOD
WAR D MICROSCOPE," 88 cents. Or one each
of the three kinds for $l. All free of postage.
Address -dwom T. EDWIN KING,
Box 830, Boston, Mass.
.7? BoarfoN CRACKERS,
We receive supplies of the above e very week,
and our customers can therefore vuy upon their
being Fresh. [ap2B] WM. DOCK, Jr., Sr. CO.
WINDOW SHADES of linen, 4
and PAPER BLINDS of an endless vari
ety of designs and ornaments; also, CURTAIN
FIXTURES and TASSELS at very low pries&
Call at SOREFFER' S.BOOKSTORE.
PINE APPLE, SALMON,
OYSTERS, SPICED OYSTERS,
WM. DOCK, Jr. & CO.
For sale by
MINCE PIES. .
WINES, 'BRANDIES, &c.
WM. DOCK, Jr. & 03.
h- `For sale by
BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS!
A LARGE and splendid - stoek of Pocket and
.44.. Family Bibles.
Preebyt9riart, Methodist, Lutheran, Ge rman
Befotuttd, anti other Hymn Books, 'lust receiv
ed at BERGNER'S CHEAP DAHISTORE.
COAL OIL, a further reduction in Coal Oil,
superior article of non-explosive Coal Oil,
for ea le very low, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. Front and 'Market Ste.
Iron, and currants, for hale by
NICHOLS & _BOWMAN,
du Omer Front and Market tart
T TAS discovered the most certain, speedy and
.11.. L. effectual remedies in the world for
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOIIB DRUGS.
A One Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to
Weaknea of the Back, Affections of the
Hidribys and Bladder,lnvoluntary dis
charges, Impotency, Geeral Debility, Ner
vousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of, Ideas, Palpitation of the
Tremblings, Dinmess of Sight
or .Giddiness Maw* of the Head, Throat,
Nr se or Skin. Affections of, the Llier, Lungs,
Stcmach or Bowels—those terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth
those secret: and Ktlltary practices more fatal to
their -victims than the song of Syrenti to the
Mariners of 'Ulysses, blighting their most Intl.
Sant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
Espeb!ally, who have become the victims of
&Wary Vice, that dreadful and -destructive
habit' Which annually sweepe to an untimely,
grave 'thousands of :Young Men of, the most
exalte& talents and brilliant- intellect, who
Might otherwise have entranced listening Sen
ates with the thunders of eloquence or waked
to eCstarly the living lyre, may call with full
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplat
ing marriage, being aware of physical weak
ic debility, deformities, speedily
- He who places himself tinder the care of Dr.
religiously confide in his honor as a gen.
;,tlininin,, and confidently rely upon his skill as a
Immediately Cured, and full' vigor restored.
This disttessing aflectionwhich renders life
miserable and marriage impOssible—is the pen
alty paid by the victims of improper indulgence.
Young persong are too apt- to commit excesses
froth' not being. aware of the dreadful come
quEinces that may ensue. Now, who that un
derstands the subject will pretend to deny , that
the power of procreation is lost sooner by qlose
falling into improper habits than by the pru
dent.' Besides beingdeprived the pleasnreo of
heilthy offspring, the most serious and &Onto
tive symptouis to both body and, mind arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and
'Centel functions weakened, ,lose of :procreative
poWer, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpita
tion of the heart, indigestion, constitutional
debility. a wasting of
.the frame, cough, con
'funiption, decay and death. .
017103, No. 7 601M1 FRIDERIOK STEM,
'Baltimore- street, a
few doors from the egaineic — Fitir
name and ntuaber.
Letters Inuit 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 one of the most eminent
colleges in the United States, and the greater
part of; whose life has been spent in the hospi
tals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else.
where, has effected some of the most astoub3hirg
cures that were ever inown ; many troubled
with ringing in the head and ears when 'asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
sounds, _bashfulness, with frequent blushing,'
attended sometime* with derangement of mind
were - cured, immeqately.
TAKE TARTIOUIAII NOTICE.
• These are some of the sad and melancholy
effects produced by early habits of youth, viz
weakness of the back and limbs, pains in the
head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power,
palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous
irritability, symptoms of consumption, &c.
Maarram.—The fearful effects on the mind
are much to be dreaded-loss of memory, eon
futon, of ideas, depression of spirits, evil fore
bodings, aversion to society, self distrust, lime
of.solitude, timidity, &c., are some of the evils
YOUNG MEN; ,
Who have injured themselves by a certain
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 impossible, and destroys both mind
, snd body, should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young men, the hope of
oonntry, the darling of his parents, should
be e „,ched from all prospects and enjoyments
of life, b:7 the consequence of deviating from
the path o; nature and indulging In a anti&
secret habit.. Such Parma MUSTt before contem
*fleet that a sound mind and body are the
most mammary requie* to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, wit,..Nont these, the journey
through life becomes a we 17 pilgrimage : the
*prospect hourly darkens to ttze view ; the mind
becomes shadowed with despair and filled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with our own.
DISTe.ASF: OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary
of pleasure finds he bas imbibed the seeds of
this painful disease, it too often happens that
anllitimed sense of shame or the dread of dis
covery deters him from applying to those who,
from education and re spectability , can alone
befriend him. He fails into the bands of igno
rant and designing pretenders, who, incapable
of curing, filch his pecuniary substance, keep
him trillimf month after month, or as long as
the smallest fee can be obtained, and ip despair
leave him with ruined health to sigh over his
galling' disappointment, or, by the use of the
deadly. poison, Mercury, hasten the constitu
tional symptoms of this terrible disease, such as
affections of the Head, Throat, Nose, Sltin, etc.
progressing with frightful rapidity till death
puts a period to his dreadful sufferings by send-
ing him to that indiscovecxl pountry from
whence no traveller returns
INDORSE:EMIT OF THE FRESS.
The many thousands cared at this institution
year-after year, and the, numerous tmporfant
surgical operations performed by Dr. Johnson,
witnessed by,the reporters of the Sws, CiipPer,
and many other papers, notices of which have
appeared again and again before the public, be
sides his standing as a gentleman of character
and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to
the afilicted.N - •
Oki No. 7. SOVIR EMENIOK 411,
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
Baum IN SIX TO TWOLIII4 , HOURS
Zi SZSO ViqTl..:7l:3:4:4sis)egvilDiee:4;44
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, MAY SO, 1863.
- New '21b73 ertioements.
The Great "American Remedies,"
KNO NW AS "lIRIMBOLD'S"
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ :
HELMBOLD EXTRACT " BUCHU,"
IMPROVEED ROSE WASH.
GENUINE PREPARATIONS. •
FLUID, EXTRACT RUCHU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
For Diseases of the -
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
AND DROPS/CAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine•increases the power of Diges
tion, and excites the ABSORBENTS into heal
by which the. WATERY, or CAL
CEROUS depositions, and all UNNATURAL
ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, aawell as pain
and inflammation; and 1e...g00d, for MEN, WO
MEN or CHILDREN. - ,
HEMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Arising front Excesses,. Habits of Dissipation,
Early Indiscretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED WITS TEE EOLDDifINd SYMPTOM :
Indisposition to Exer Dryfiess of the Skin,
Lion, Loss of Power,
.Loss;of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, - Treinbling, •
aorror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, - Pain in the Back, ,-
Universal Lassitude ofFiushing of. the Body;
the Muscular System,Eruptions on the Face,
Not Hands', ' Pallid Countenance:
These symptoms, if allowed:to go on, - which',
this Medicine invariably 'removes, ;soon follow
, IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,;
In one of which the patient May expire. Who
can say that they , are not frequently followed
by those "direful diseases,". '
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Many are aware of-the cause .of their suffer-.
Inge, but none will °knifes& The records of the
Insane Asylums and the meirmcholy.deaths by
Consumption, bear ample Witness to the truth
of the assertion. . . ..,..,.. ._ -
THE CONSTITUTION, owat . AFFECTED
iWIMORGANYC -O.OAIEWESS, '
the aid of medicine .to strengthen and
invigorate the slitter% which Helinbold's Ex
tract Buchu invariably does , A trial will con-
Atha the:moat skeptical:
' i FEMAIES::-FEMALES-LPEMALES,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE. MARRERO, OR
In. any affections *altar to females the
Extract Buchu is-unequidled by any other'
remedy, as in Chlorosis, or Retention, Irregu
lar. ty, Painfulness, or supprisesiOn of the ous
ter:tarp Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrous
state of the _Uterus, Lencon - hea or Whites,
Sterility, and for all complaints incident to the
sea, whether arising from Indiscretion, Habits
of issipation or In the
DECLINE OR CHANGE, OF.LIFE.
0 FAMAY BROOD BkiVEITIOVT IT.
' eke no- Balsam; titertut3 ~ r E.7l..pledstie t Medi
. 1.--tcarklaseant, and Dangeroui Diiesties. - .
• lEMBOLD'a Malt rter -11-U MU, --
Claes Secret Diseases in all their stages ; at At.
tie expense ; little or no change in diet ; nu
convenience and no exposure. It causes fre
qiient desire, and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing obstructions, preventing' and
cuffing Strictures of the Urethra, allayirg pain
add inflammation, so iiequent in this class of
ilieases, and expelling Poisonous, Diseased, and
Wtprnout Matter. Thousands upon thousands
who have been the victims of quacks, and who
live paid heavy fees to be cured in a abort
ti e, have found they were deceived, and that
the "Poison" has by the nee of "poirerful
Astringents," been dried up in the system, to
bgeak out in an aggravated form, and perhaps
fUse HELMSOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for
au Affections and Diseases of the Urinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female, from
whatever cause originating, and no -matter of
him long standing. Diseases of these Organs
require the aid of a Diuretic. HELMI3OLD'S
nif..TRACT &Mau is the Great Diuretic, and
lit 1e certain to have the deaired" rffect.in elf'
Diseases for which it is recommended.
Blood-Blood—Blood, Heimbold's Highly
ocentrated Compound ELVID EXTRACT
SAPA.RILLA SYPHILIS. Thin is an affec
t li of the Blood, and' attacks the 'Sexual Or
ELS, Linings of the Nose, Ears, Throat, Wind
t), pe, and other Mucus Surfaces,,making its ap
pearance in the form of Ulcers. Helmbold's
Extract. Sarsaparilla, purifies the Blood, and
removes all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin, giving
to the Complexion a Clear and Healthy Color.
it being prepared expressly for this class of
domplaints, its Blood-Purifying Properties are
feserved to a greater extent than any other
reparation of Sarsaparilla. - •
, SEMIBOLD' .9 ROSE WASH.
An excellent.lhotion fOr diseases of a Syphi
litic Nature, and as an injeotion in diseases of
the Urinary Organs, arising from habits of
flissipation, used in connection witti the Nia
tracts Buchu and Sarsaparilla; iiikstch-dhieades
as recommended. Evidence of the most re
sponsible and rellablecharacter_4lll accompany
she medicines. CERTIFICATES OF CURES'
from eight to twenty ' years ' standing, with
names known to Science and Fame. For
,Properties ofiatich u, see . Div - 403411i of
the States". - See Prof.:wider DEWEE'S
I lvaluable works on the Practice of Physic. See
,'remarks made by the late celebrated Ds, PHY
'SICK, Philadelphia. See remarks made by Dr.
'EPHRAIM McDOWELL, acelebrated Physician
and member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
Ireland, and published India Trtinsactiona of
the Kings and Queen's Journal. See Medico:-
Cirrugical Review, published by BENJ. TRA
VERS, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.
See most of the late standard works on Medi
cine. Extract of Buchu $1 00 per bottle, or
six for $6OO. Extract of Sarsaparilla, $1 00
per bottle, or six for $5 00. Improved Bose
Wash, 60 cents per bottle,
or six for $2 50, or
halt a dozen each for $l2 00, which will be suf
ficient to cure the most obstinate cases, if direc
tions are adhered to. Delivered to any address,
securely packed from observation. Describe,
symptoms in all communications. Cures guar-!
auteed. Advice gratis. • ;
Personally appeared before me an Alderman
of the city of Philadelphia, H. T. Helmbold;
who, being duly swum, doth say, his prepara
tions contain no narcotic, no mercury, or otheg
injurious drugs, and ate purely vegetable.
H. T. HELMBOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 28d day
of November, 1/354. - WM. P. HIBBARD,
Alderman, Ninth street ab. Race, Phila.
Address letters for information in confidence.
H. T. HELMI3OLD, 'Cheri:List'
Depot 104. South 10th street, below Chastnnt,
Philadelphia, . [mi2Bl3r
Ayer's Compound Estract
MO one remedy is more needed in this noun
.l.ll try than a reliable Afterages, but the sick
have been so otitrageously cheated by, the worth
less preparations of Sarsaparilla abroad that
they are disgusted even with, the name. - Yet
• the drug cannot be blamed for the impositions
from Which they have suffered. Most of the
so-called Sarsaparillas in- tha..market contain
little Of ehei.virtnes.of Sarsaparilla or anything
else. They are mere slopis—inett and worthless,
while a concentrated extract - of the active
vane* of Sarsaparilla compounded with Dock,
lodine, etc., is; as it ever will:be, a
powerful alterative and an effectual remedy.
Sash is Ayer's Extract. of Sarsaparilla, tes its
truly wonderful cures of the, /trent visietrof
complaints which rpquirii . iin alterative mail
eine have aOrindantly:Sbosni. Do not, there%
fore, discard this invaluable medicine, became
you have beau impeded fipiin by something pre
tending to be Sarsaparilla, while it was not.
When yo S have _ _ Anat-triest,' said not till
then, wUI ling* 0 43 vignestifVarg a **94;
For minute partionlarior e diseases it cures,
we ., refer you to Ayer's American Almanac
which the agents below na mes-will furnish
all g rittis to who call for it.. ' •
OATHAZITO PILLS, for the OEM Of .0071-
61 " ene *Lrffun 4 4 24enterY,
Ana Stomach„ Pifer, = ' • 6 Ileaat•
burn arising from Disonlered .Sonniseh, Pain, or
Morbid Audio' s of the Boutels,AWAtlency, Lou of
Appetue,, Liter 42:reitirli, DrOffly . , /forms, Gout,
yeirarod, dia Air &Mater • -
They are sugar-coated, so thitt . the most sen
sitive can take them pleasantly, and they are
the: best Aperient in the world for all the pur
poses of a family, physic, • ,
Para 25 OEMS PIM Box, on BOXBII vox $l.
J:)a not be put off by unprililipled dealers with
other preparations which-they make more pro
fit on. Demand Ails's and take no others.
The sick want the best aid there is for them,
and they should haVe it. • .
Prepared by Dr. J. D. AYES & CO:, Lowell,
Sold by O. A. B.annvatt, D. W. Giros & Co.,
C. K. 'Keller, J. M. Leta, Dr. Belly, F. Wyeth
and, dealers %everyvihere. .
AA !XTORNEY-IT-LAW. Office With 'eon.
t David Mumma," Jr., Third street, above
Market, Harrisburg, Pa.
H. B.—Pension, Eternity and Military Claims
of 'ill kinds prcoecntel and collected.
Refer to Hons. John O. Kunkel, David
Maims, Jr., and R. A. Lanzberton.
WE , have on bawl, a very superior . selectiod
ofWINES, BRANDIES and FINE LI
QUORS of everydescription.
BRANDIaS of the• choicest brands and vim!
WINEB•of every variety and of the finest
ST. el= NOP • -
ROLLAND SIN. -0 -; • •
13.03T0R, BYE and BOURBON,
wßien.r,--vuz. SCOTCH .1.414
MOWN STOUT, CORDIAL% - --
Also, FS NATIVE WINE, manufactured from
the domestic grape, which is a.splendid article,
and we know it to bepwre.
apl4. „ WM. DOCK, & CO.
VEGETABLE OR GARDEN BEED3 1
WE have received for this aeaSort more than
our weal stocit ; of, ,
Some choice varieties on hand. Also, Gar
den and Vegetable seeds of the beet quality.
• DWG STOKE,
mj4 91 " Market street. '
CRANBERRIES, HOMINY , 'BEANS,
0_ PUT PEAS, BARLEY,' lACCARON.I, VER
-0 MULTI, 011,10TEIESLEWES, ;PHIS,
RAISINS, PRUNES„OE*M7, CURRANTS,
and alarge, assortment of ' 01 . C103 & 131sekwell'e
Pickles", SaMieei_ 'jttet;teqeived fresh, koM
'the importer, andAor Bale Iow: by
:jan3tt W. DOCK; CO.
TATBITING FLUIDS.—Boss' American Writ
ing Fluid. a splendid Ink, at 62 cents
pSr quart ;, ARNOLD'S genuine WriOnS Fluid,
HARRISON'S Columbian writing - Fluid,
LAUGHLIN & BUSHFIELD'S Ink, Copying
Ink, Carmine and Red Inks of the beet quality,
Blue Ink, 'Mucilage; &0., at
ap6 SCIIEFFEWS BOOKSTORE.
HORSES, WA PONS AND CARTE
TORN. ALCORN, Broad street, West Harris
*, burg, is , prepared to furnish Horses, Carts
and. Wagons to poisons wishing hauling' done.
Digging of Cellars personally, attended to:
Hauling of any
. description promptly attended
to. An order box for the acounmodation of
persons will be found in . theTavecuLawa Print
ing OffiCe, where orders will be received.
• aplB 8m JOHN AIDOBH.
TF you want your Skin of a pearly whiteness,
I go to Kunkel's and get some of that famous
soap, which constituted a portion of the carge
of the stainer Erman Boyd, which was captur
ed some time since by our fleet, while attempt= '
ing to run the blockade at aariarlon. Can only
be had at KUNKEL'S
ap26-tf 'llB Market st., Harrisburg
NEWER and Peach Blow. A large supply
IVA of the above in prime condition, just re
ceived mid for sale by
aprlo WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
30,000 mdins of eall-.tholvcialete
and uncanvamed, at thevery loweet price.—
Every ham sold warranted, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S,
ray 4 'Front sesdAtesket eta.
cIL OF AIX.
kJ Thiscelphrated. Baled Oil, with several
other choice brands, in largeSnd sinnirbottles,
just received and for sale by
apl4 W.M. DOGS, JR., & CO.
ORANGES AND IZMONS.—We hive just
received the largest and !bust lot of Mes
sina Oranges offered this season in this market.
Call and examine, at
r • 'NICHOLS lc BOWMAN,
ap27 Cor. Front and Market streets.
TNEMDS, Mortgages, Power of Attorney,
.1.1- Bonds and Justices' Blanks for sale at
my 2 THEO. F. SOSFYFER'S Bookstore.-
"PST opeo, a fresh lot of Photograph Album,
J at .130HVIPER'S Bookstore.-
Wrift.ffi for the Telegraph.'
iThe Career of a Traitor.
The Life and Doak of Stoneuallifaekton, Scriptu
rally Paraphrased, .
BY PST= TUB BORDIB
I cannot help writing to yeti a few words :on
the ' of Stonewall Jeaclulen. • • Nothing has
hap ed in all this war that, lcokkeo mace like
a s intervention of Providenee. His story
is so 1 ke what we have seen in the Scriptures
that i it were clothed in Scriptural hinguage,
and t e names and period changed, it _would be
diffic tto recognize it as not belonging to Bible
'histo . -Were the subject well handled it
migh haVe"iretit effect' both North *kid South
—for e-the people of the United States are a
picrus i kople and easily impressed with serious
their la--much as we may seem to forget
theitkin our crowded mints 'end houses.
- liiatdiiwn without any thought or expecta
tion to do it well (for mytime is not my own—)
merely to block out the idea,_and-I send you
whatJl have dope trying to doscribe - Stopawsll's
fate in Script Ural language. Those who are
ta'.ictidtdmed to handling such subjects, should
the ihea strike them as it has .done me, can
mak+ much out of it. ,
Clig on sa I. The Weiterneotainent Settlai-=-The Bego
t - -Paw for Eighty Years--Tha Rebellionz
gtElyneweall Jack:sm.,- Hut Death.
1. (Now, in the latter half of the Second thou
sandf years after the advent of Christ, many be •
liev4rs iaGod and his Son Sailed in a new land
fer - ip the west, beyond the: sea.
2. And at first they were governed from their
ownihonm by, the kings of the western islands,
but !they became irksome to them, and they
fetocht against those pouters and' prevailed
against them, and'set up a people's governmdn't
for 4nunselves, which was founded on the good
willlof the greatest number of them, they be
lieving that the voice of the p(Ppla is the voice
of God. ' .
8.", And God smiled on thin pc , -- i I pro
tected them and ,they prospered. •
4; But wealth and the good thir., : u i d
world which God shodercd uppa t!::,. , ,eu
made some of them Min - necked -and LaismilOUS.
^ .51 For when about fourscore year&.had passed.
aftar the people's governmenthad been set up,
men from ,the southern part of the new confi
rebelled, for they held slay - es:mid this had
ma them proud.
, And they would return to the old order
of "hinge—would have -kings and titles of no
,7. Plainly against the will of God, who had
retitined and enriched this land for a chosen
pc) ple and for a refuge for the humble and
op reseed of all nations.
But not Maine the fear of God before
il f ri
th eyes, bat being fi lled with their pride and
a fume, these southern people arose in their
mi It and smote at their northern brethren
he. two edged sword, and with many hun
dreds of thousands orsoldiers and men at arms,
both hiunomen and - fooltmeM, , Matkehtets and
cannoneeree - ---- .._ ~t, r, ~..1 - *,, - _9. Bat the northern peoplegirriat ni) iron
lobe, and botook thanseives aLso to arms, and
trusting in the Lord of Hosts, returned blow
for blow, till the whole land mourned and vic
tory- hung as It were in a balance.
amongst the southern men there
was a' great captain named by the people Stone
wall, fur he was a mighty warrior and withal
a God fearing man. Howbeit, be did not fight
upon the eide,of God's chosen .peop'e, but set
up his own thoughts iithout due refleotion, as
being at ope with the will of God.
11. Then the Loyd God was angered, and
turned away his face from Stonewall.
H. And a great battle was fought near Bap-,
pabannock, , which being interpreted signifyeth
18. And the mighty armies met and smote
each other, hip and thigh, and Stonewall was
In the van of the southern army.
14. Bat as the fight went on, Stonewall and
his captains found themselves in the rear of
the southern , army, and straightway he would
return to the-front, although daylight was
15. And he went to the front by a new road.
.16. And lest that the northern hosts should
Make along this new road upon the rear of the
army of the south, Stonewall ordered many
horsemen to guard the same, and to smite with
the sword and with their deadly firearms, whoso
should be fottaadyancing towards the south
ern army along the said road. .
.17. For Stonewall intended not to come
back that way himself.
18. But ho mixed again in the tight, and
when night was about closing, be unthinking.
ly returned by the new road, and when his ovin
horsemen saw him and his captains, not know
ing them in the twilight, they having their
orders, let Sy their bullets at him, and he was .
slain with some others of his men.
19. Thns did fall, Stonewall, the southern
hero, his slayers obeying his own command.
For the Lord was angered at his servant, who
could not better divine that the will of God
was not to re-establish nobility, and ranks and
slavery, but was with the believers, who did
trust for their living in their own labor, . and
would try to love their neighbors as thems elves;
as they had been commanded by Christ their
Saviour, the only Son of God.
From Fortress Monroe.
FORTRESS 'HORROR, May 28
The steamer Chas. Osgood for New York,
Decatur from Washington for New York, State
of Maine from Annapolis, Georgia from City
Point, and General Burnside from Philadelphia
for l3eaufort, arrived this morning. The steamer
'Emilie for Beaufort, sailed today.
The flag of truce boat Georgia has arrived
from City Point.
PELLamultia, May 29.
Jay Cooke. general subscription agent, reports
sales of $1 640. 460 worth of five-twenties yes-.
.MARKETR BY TELEGRAPH.
Cotton Steady ; sales of 650 bales at 51(462c,
Flour firm ; sales of 16.600 bbls. at $6 20@
6 30 for Ohio and S 6 654,7 00 for Southern.
Corn—sales of 114,000 bus. Pork heavy at
$l2 for old mess and $l3 26 for new. Ls*
btoyant at SialOio. Whisky firm at441444k!.
Freights firm 4 , ;
SICLTIMISH WITH THE REBELS.
WASHINGTON, May 29.
Colottelßeynolds, commanding the First
New York Cavalry, stationed at Perryville, sent
out an expedition consisting of sixteen men
under Lieutenant Vermillian. When arriving
at Iterv's Ferry k he met a force of twenty rebels.
Two were killed, five wounded and ten cap
tured, among the latter some officers.
The isnuilillmOttiat of men under the gallant
lient.:v.ntiati ate entitled to all praise.
RUMORS AND REPORTS.
Bob' Army Reported Coming Up
Ittinion3 and reports from• Vicksburg are
abundant. The latest definite intelligence is a
brief dispatch to the Commercial, dated the
Field, near Vicksburg, Saturday, May 28d,"
which says "there hi no fighting to day.. The
troops are resting from yesterday's assault.—
Our repulse was complete parts of the
line.: No discouragement-need-be entertained
as-to our final success. The city is closely in
vested and must succumb to our attack sooner
or later. -
-" We are entrenching and building rifle pits.
Cavalry haie been sent out towards Canton, to
ascertain General Joe Johnston's whereabouts.
Our loss yesterday was not far from one thou
sand. It is tolerably certain that the works
cannot.be taken by assault. A regular siege
must reduce them. Two weeks will. probably
The rebels report General Cheatham- and
Featherstone wounded in one of the Mississippi
fights, and General Johnston roaming a large
tonne at Black River Bridge.
The report via Memphis, that Grant bad
captured ivory redoubt, is discredited. In the
assault, at one .place, it was necessary, owing
to the steepnest3 of the hill, to scale it with
ladders. Gen. Hoiey led. - the assault. The
rr t LI; rolled shells down the hill at the Federals,
which ezuhalosd among them, making fearful
havoc. The,Federal lose is said to have been
very heavy on Sunday, the 24th.
Guerilla Warfare In Tennessee and Ar-
CINCINNATI, May 29. a
A few days since, Majo . r n ::lker, w th a de
tachment of the Fifth IT and ThWAtiwa
cavalrHy, had a fight with a superiotrfies of
Christman's guerillas, seven mileillabili of
Hefpa. He finally drove them.;•.. Their ma
potted loss was four killed, twenty wonnd.d
»lid several prisoners. Among the latter was
Cant. Barnes of the Fifth Arkansas. Walker's
fors,: is estimated at two hundred; Christman'
atnr hundred to fi ve hundred.
4 • tittle trading steamer 1308141:pale was cap
riir by guerillas at Anal°, Miss. The boat
wail fibroid and the officers and crew captured.
me troops of the marine brigade, while on
a • ' _that .point en the same day ' was
killed and wound . Le-da loss of ten or fi
Cuscurtravt May 29.—Cot. Hatch had a fight
with 200 of Chambers' men near Senatobia, and
captured 60, killed 19 and wounded 20.
On Tuesday morning a portion of the Second
Ml&lgen Cavalry left the c mp ntar M. mphis,
on -a scout to Cold Water Cretk Their out
trip failed to discover any immediate
signs of guerillas; but, between Hernando and
Memphis, while coming in on the H. rnaudo
road, the advarice was fired on, and they dis
covered a guerilla camp in the woods near by,
tiliich was attacked. the g‘rerlils , , after one
die which bad no effect, fled in every direction,
leaving four dead behind. Nine Owners were
iVellandigham is the guest of Bragg, at Shel.
byville. It is reported that Bragg telegraphed
tojeff. Mils as to what he should do with him.
Davis replied. "if he'll take the oath of allegi
ance to the Confederacy, receive him; if not,
send him back,"
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• rBT FOLIOS,
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A teaspoonful converts a quart of milk into a
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CINOI26IATI, May 29
Gen. Banks' army le reported miming ap
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