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; 4' J "ELEGRAPIL
MORNING AND EVENING,
By GEORGE BERGNER•
Office Third &red, near Walnut.
I'BRISIS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
the v5l LY l ELEGHAPH is served to animal-,
is .ho (At), at 6 cents per week. Yearly;
hubs tiue'• will be charged $4 00 in adyance.
Warn= nrucciuArn. 1
IsirosaPn is also published weekly and :
iro.n;.LLeti to subscribers at the following oash
rate , :
Single triples, weekly
Tea topi , s, to ,rne postoffice
VEUTiSING R&ll3.—The following' are thei
• !,tae !or advertising in the TiIItaILLPH.
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iffir Businem notices inserted is the Ladd
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no equal, its large circulation, among busineta
men and families, in city and country,,placing
it beyond competition.
JON 8,- --II 0•1J',81.,
ABXET ST rIND
joggpif IiteCLEL..IN, PROPRIETOR.
(avow= oonnutZtto BY WILLS OPVEIELY.)
This is a First Olass and located in We
central part of the city. It 'kept in thejteet
manner, and its patrons will find every acc.om
modstion to be met with in the beet;hopeee in
the country, oer3o-dtf
ITED STATES HOTEL.
Befitted and Renovated•
L. W. TEN EYCK, Pitopanuoß
Mill IS popular and commodious Hotel has
been newly refitted and futnished through
out ita parlors and chambers, and is now ready
for the reception of grieste for the winter
The traveling public will fold the United
gars noun the most convenient in 011 , particu
lars, ot-any Hotel in the State Capita:, on ac
count of its atoms to the railroad, wing imme
diately between the two great depots In this
ELLIMIECBII B O, Dec. 29, 1862.-6 m
THE " KING MICROSCOPE,"'
PROF. HORSFORD, of Harvard .llniversity,
says, "it works very well, and you have
got it up very neatly." Magnifies 25 diaaeurs.
66 cents in Po-tat Currensy. The "BOW `l
MICROSCOPE." 28 cents. The "S. WOOD
WARD MICROSCOPE," 38 cents. Or one each
of the three kinds for $l. All free ol postge.
Address T. EDWIN KING,
mr26-clawfim Box 330, Boston, Mass
IMITATION, AND •
AT HOME CARDS
BY a special arrangement with one of the
best engravers in the country, cards of pay
description will be executed in the hisrbest style
of art, conformable with the latest fashioi;+and
supplied prom ptly,at lower prices rhanarecharg
ed by the stationers in New York or Philadel
phis.' For samples and prices call•at
mch9tf -BERGNER'S BOOKSTOREI
UTINDOW SHADES of linen, gilt-bordered;
V Y and PAPER BLINDS of an endless veld
ety of designs and ornaments ; aIso,.CURTAIN
FIXTURES and TASSELS at very low prises.
Cali at SOREFFER'S 13UORSTO,RE;
apeo ! .
HERMETICALLY ; REALEIS.
TOMATOES, ' i
PINE APPLE, SALMON,
OYSTERS, SPICED QYSTEY43, -
WU. DOCK, Jr. & CO.
For Bale by
BIBLES AND' HYMN BOOK!
A LA BOE and splendid stock of Poolte4and
11. Family Bibles.
Pr- ebytc-rian, Methodist, - Lntlietan, German
'Nfotaaci, ant.] other Hymn Books, inst. receiv
tal .733 t F.4Iti.INER'S BuOILBTOBIt.
OAL OM, a farther reduction in Opal: Oil,
superior article of non-exploeive Coal Oil,
for saie very km, by
NICHOL & BOWMANi
Cm. Front and Market st(s.
ICIHOTOGBAPII ALBUMS chastely` Fookind
and clasped—for sale at
SCHEFFEW B BOOkiTditit, 0,,
9 18 Market EVi•af.
T), .' 'SOH NS aN
MIALT-LTINICCPX I . 3II
T TAB discovered the most certain, speedy and,
it effectual remedies in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
, Ammo IN ma TO imams novae:
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS. t
A Cure ;Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to
Weakness of the Back, Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Involnntary , din:
charges, rinpotency, General Debility,' Nevi
VOtißnel3B, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spiritgi
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Heart, Timidity, Treniblitigg, Dim lees of Sight
or Giddiness, Disease of. the Mead, Throat 4
N e i se or' Skin. Affectiorgi 4 of the Liver, Lunge/
Stcmach or Bowels---those terrible disorders
arisingfrom the Solitary Habits of Youth -J !
bipse secret and solitary , practiceg more fatal td
their victims than' the gong of Syrens to thel
Mariners of Ulyeses, blighting their most brill
liant hopes or anticipations, rendering Meiringei
&c.,impossible, - --
YOUNG .KEN .
r.who ..have become the victims of
ry• I f il* -that. dreadful and destzuotival
habit which:annually sways to an untimely
grave thousands of Yorme.,:lifen _of the most
exalted k-tabints 'and brilliant intellect,whi
raight;otherwise have. entrancedlisterdng Son
etas with the thunders 3 of eloquence dr wak
to ecstasy' the living lyre, may call with full
confidtinte. , .
. - • 'or MARRIAGE.= - I
Married ierions, or Yoting onatemplatl
ing marriage, being aware of phygical weak! ,
nese organic debility, deformities, &c., speedily
on ekt o _ . 1.. • ' 1 .
He . who places , himselLander the care of Dri
J. may religiously confide in his honor as a gen;
tleman and confidently - rely upon his skill as a
Immediately Cured, and full vigor restored. , I
This distressing affection—whicli,rendersli
miserable and marriage impossible—is , the pent
alty paid by the victims of improper indulgence :
Young persons are too apt to commit' xcesses
from not being aware of the dreadful consd
viences that may, ensue. Now, who that un!-
denstands the subject will pretend to deny that
`the power of procreation is lost sooner by those
`falling into improper habits than by thiprut
dent. Besides, being deprived the pleakres
`healthy Offspring, the most'serious and destruci-
Live symptoms to both body and mind arises.
The system , becomes deranged, the physical and
mental functions weakened, loss of procreative
power, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpitii- 1
don of kthe heart, indigestion, constitutional
debility. a wasting of the. Mune, cough,' on-;
gumption, decay and death.
Orrice, No. 7 Sours FBIDIIIIOIC STAMM,
4 ,, •
Left Inuasitle 'going from Baltimore etreet„
few doorafrom ( the oomer. ri„kot to atter*
name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp.
The Doctor's Diplomßs hang in his office.
Member of the Royal College Of Surgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one of the most eminent
colleges in the United Statesi and the greater
part of whose life has beemspent in the hosig
tale of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else.
where, has effected some of the most astonishing
curse that were, ever known; many troubled
with ringing in the head and ems.. when; sleep,
- great 'nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
sounds, bashfulness, with :,,frequent blushing,
attended sometimes withderwlenlent of mind
were cured immediately.
TARE PARTICULAR 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, lose of muscular power,
palpitation of- the heart, dyspepsia, nervous
irritability, symptoms of consumption, &c.
Mfearnm.Y.—The fearful effects on the mind
are much to be dreaded—loss!of niederyt
fusion of ideas, depression ofizipirits, evil fore
bodings, aversion to" society, self distrust, love
of solitude, timidity, &c., are some of the evils
Who lave 'injured themselves by a certain
praCtice indulged in wheri :alone, a habit fre
quently learned from evili:companions, or at
School, the effects of *bleb are nightly felt ;
eveh when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and - diettopir -both mind
and body, Should apply immediately. •
What a pity that a loin* man, thelope of
hitt tbuntry, the darling of 'his parents, should
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. flenh persona infer, beforeeintein
pia g MARBIAGF,
Reflect that a einitd mind and body are the
most D0C4111047 relittisites tb promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without these; the journey
through life beboines a Wiry pilgrimage : the
prospect hourly, darkens tothe view ; the mind
becomes shadowed with deipair and filled with
the Melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with our own.
• I)ISEARE OF iMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided end imprudent votary
of pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of
Obi painful disease,.it too . it= happens that
an 'Mimed seine of shame or the dread of dis
covery detershim from applying to thoie who,
from , education and respectability, can alone
befriend him. He fails into the hands of igno
rant isid:desieing pretenders, who incapable
'of =rink, doh his pecuniary substance,' keep
him triflinz, month after month, or as long as
-the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair
leave him with ruined health to sigh' over his
galling disappointment, or, by the use-of the
deadly -Oison, Mercury, hasten -the constitu
tional symptoms of this:terrible disease, ouches
affections of the Head, Throat; Nose, Skin, etc.
progressing with frightful: rapidity till death
puts a period to his dreadful sufferings by send
ing him to that undiscovered country from
whence no traveller returns. •
ENDOItSEMENVOF THE PRESS.
The many thnusands cured at t t ids inditution
year after year, nod , the numerous
surgical operations peFformed by Dr. Johnson,
1 1 witnessed by the repoitere of the S un, . 12 r ,
and many other papers, notices of which Lav e
appeared again and,sgain before the publiii,.be
sicir hie standing as a gentleman of OMincter
is ._ a sufficient guarantee
949 athlete 4.
SSW DISEASES SPEEDILY CDBEID.
011104 No. 7. 80THIREDERIOK 1117:
The Great "American Remedies,"
KNOWN AS "EELMBOLD' S"
• GENUINE - PREPARATIONS, VIZ :
HELMBOLD EXTRACT ‘i BUCHU,"
~ " SABSAPARILLA,
I. , -'f . IMPROWEED ROSA WASH.
ILELMBOLD . 5
GENUINE PREPARATIONS. 1
..RIGI4.Ir , CONCENTRATED "
FLUID, EXTRACT BM ;HU,
• A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
For Diseases. of.tite.•
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, , •,
AND DROPSICAL SWELLTNGS. I
This Medicine increases the power of Digesi
tion, and excites the ABSORBENTS into bean.'
thy action, by which the , WATERY or CAL
CEROUS depositions,, and all UNNATURAL
ENLARGEREN•fS are reduced, as..weil as pain,
and infiarnmation,and is good tor MEN, WO 4 1
MEN or CHILDREN. • .. -
BEMBOLIY S ,EXTRAOT BUCHO
- FOR WEAKNESSES . 1
Arising from 'Eicessee, }titbits of Dhieipation,;
Early Indiscretion or Abuse. 1 .,`
ATTENDED WITH THE SULLCI*LNU SYMPTOMS :, ,
Indisposition to Exerryitess of the Skin, f
tion,. .. Loss of Power';. i
Loss of Memory; Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak lierVes, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness;
Dimness of Vision; Pain in the Back, -
Universal Lassitiga - ofFiushing of the Body,
the Muscular System,Eruptions on the Face,
Hot Hands, ,;.- • ...1 1 allid Countenance.
These syroptoms,.if allowed to go on, which
this medicine invariably removes, soon follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITSi
In one of which the patient may expire. Who
can say that they are not frequently followed
by those "direful diseases."
INSANITY AIM 6 . ,'Q.N.SUJILPT/ON.
Many are aware of the cause of their Buffer;
ings, but none will confess. The records of the
Insane Asylums and the melancholy deaths bY
Consumption, bear ample witness to the trutll
of the amertion.L, '
ME CONSTITUTION; ONCE. AFFECTED
,WITE ORGANIC . WAVPIESA. 1
'Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
Invigorate•the system, which Helmbold's Ex,.
tract.Beclui invariably dram ; A trial will coat;
,rince the most skeptical,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE.., AREIED, CE
•. In many . affections peculiar to females th
Extrac t ; Ruchu- is unequaled by any other
remedy, as,in Chlorosis or Retention, Irrt guf f
larity, Painfulness, or suppression of the cus.
tomary Evacuations, Utcerated or Solaria
state of the Uterus, Leucorihea or Whit ,
Sterility, and for all complaints incident to t
sex,., whether arising, from, Indhcretion, Habi
of Dissipatipoor • in the.
DECLINE pa CHANGE DE LIFE, , i i
-NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT AT.
Take no Italsam;idercur; o .r. l; upleaktut liiedf
vinaforAlopleasauteand Dangerous Diseases.
HEMBOLD'S EXTRAI3T BUCHU,
Cures Secret Diseases in all their stsgea; at Ai
tle expense ; little or no change in diet ; nu in
convenience and no exposure. It causes fre-,
quest desire, and gives • strength - to Urinat4,
thereby removing obstructions, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allayi, g pain,
and inflammation, so frequent in this class Of
diseases, and expelling Poisonous,Diseased, arai
Wornimt Matter. Thousands upon thousande
who have been the victims of quacks, and wffa i
'have - paid - heavy fees to be oared in a short
time, have found they Were deceived; and that
the ',Poison" has by-the use' of "powerfal
A.striugehts," been dried tip in the system, to
break out in in aggravated form, and perhaps
atter marriage. I
Use HELMEOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU far
all Affections and Diseases of the Urinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female, fro4l
whatever cause originating, and no matter Of
haw long standing. Diseases of these Organs
require the aid of 'a Diuretic. -111eLMBOIDTI
h.XPRACT BUCHU is the Graft: Diuretic, and
it is certain to - have the desired effect in all
•Diseases for which it is recommended. I
- Blood-Blood—Bkiod. Heimbold's Highly
Concentrated' Compound BLUM EXTRACT
SARSAPARILLA 43YPHILIS. Thin is an affec
tion of the Blood, and attacks- the Sexual Or
gans, Linings of the Nose, Ears, Throat, Wind-
I•ipe, and othor Mucus Surfaces, making its ail
pearance•in the form al:flans. Hamboldfs
Extract Sarsaparilla, purifies the Blood,•' d
removes all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin, givi g
to the Complexion a Clear and Healthy Colo .
It being prepared expressly for this class of
complaints, its Blood-Purifying Properties are
-preserved to a greater extent than any other
preparation of Sarsaparilla:
FIRT;MBOLD'S ROSE WASH i
• An 'excellent Lotion for diseinsof s• Syphi
litic Nature; and as an injection in' , diseases of
the Urinary Organs, • arising from habits , of
dissipation, used in connection with the Xs
' tracts Buohn and Sarsaparilla, -in such diseaSes
as recommended. Evidence of the most le
sponsible and feliable character will aconmpe y
the medicines. •'CRIATLFICATES OF CUR sel
from eight to twenty years standings w*,
names known to Science . and Fame. ' For
Mcdictd Properties of Buctin;nee Dispenearyfrif
the United States. See Professor , DEWEE'S
1 valuable works on thei Practice of Physic. See
remarks made by thelate celebrated Dr.•puy-
SICK, Philadelphia. Foe remarks xtradeby Dr.
I EPHRAIM McDOWELL, a celebrated Physic*n
and member of the Royal Collegeof Strgeoas,
Ireland; and published in the' Transactions; of
the Hinge anti' Queen's Journal. See Bledito- .
Cirnrgical Review, published by BEM. PIO-
I VERB, Fellow of the RoyalOollege of Surgeons.
I See most of the late standard works. On Medi
cine. Extract Of Buchu $1 00 per bottle, for
I l ea for $6OO. - Extract of Sarsaparilla, 'sl PO
I nd litittle, or six for . ss'oo.'lmproved Rise
Wash, 60 cents per: bottle ' .or six for $2 60, for
halt a dozen each for $l2 00, which Wilibe suf
ficient to cure the most obstinate cases, if direc
tions are adhered to: Delivered to any addroes,
securely packed from observation. %Describe
symptoms in-all communications. Cureb guar
anteed. Advice gratis. .
-- - _
Personally appeared•before the an Alderman
of the,city. of .Philadelphla, B. T. lielmbrpld,
r wh4; being duly sworn, 416th say; his prepara
tions contain no narcotic, no mercury, or o - er
injuriOue drugs, and are purely vvgetabla. .
H. T. llbLtill3ol4
" Sworn and subscribed before rue, this 28d day
of November, 1864. Wlll. P. RIBBABD,, I
Alderman, Nintb stmet . i.b...ibiceiPbil l . -
' Addrivrii letters for i information la coned e Ce.
H. T.`IIELDISOLD, Ohembl .
Depot 104 South 10th street, below Chest ut,
91sui. -a . e , -,., , Emy 11
Departure and Arrival or the Nails,
On and after; Monday, April 20th,1868, the
malls will close as follow's: • "
NORTHERN 'CENTRAL RAILROAD.
NORTH.—WAY MAID—For all
places between Harris
burg, and Lock Haven,
and Elmirs,,N. Y., at..
For Lock Havep,,
liamciport and 'Lewis
, . burg
SOUTH.— WAY Mstii—For all
places -between Harris
, burg and Baltimore,,
Md., and Washington,
D. C., at. 12 M.
For Washington, D. a,
Baltimore, Md., and
York, Pa., at 9 P M.
LEBANON ; VALLEY RAILROAD.
' burg, Endolicanti"Phil , '
adelphia via Beading. .
For Reading and
vHie - ; Mao P. M
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. .
WAY kLusrFor 'all
places between —
burg and Philadelphia 6:80 A. M .
For Philadelphia and
For New Yolk, Phila-'
delphia, Lancaster, Co
lumbia, Marietta, and
3SI no '2llwertiormento
ARRISBVRG, PA., POST OFFICE
For New York, Phila
WEST .—WAY MAID—For all
.places between Harris
burg and Altoona
For Johnston, Pitts-
burg and Erie, ' Pa.,
and Cleveland, 0 2.45 P. M.
For Pittsburg, Bold
Huntingdon and. Lew
istown •• 0 P. M.
CUMBERLAND VALET RAILROAD.
anti phean be;rl3l) lug ~...
We: Mau.—For all
.i i lVffrn
. urgn uige
d 12;80 P. At
pauyLiii.r.. AND 81384LIERANNA. RAIL;
For • Mondale , Forges, • •
Summit Btition..e;4. 12.80 P.
STAGE ROUTES - ."
West Hanover, East
Hanover, Ono and
Jonestown, on Monday, •
Wednesday and Fri
For Lisburn and Lewis
berry, on Saturday....
- • ARRIVAL O.F, TOE MAlr t if.
The Principal mails aiilve at and are read)
for delivery at this office at the following hours:
From theßorth, South E a st and j , 6A.
West ' 2
From Cumber:laud Valley Railroad 14
From Reading Railroad 2 P.
Philadelphia 4 P. N.
Postage on all mail matter must be fully pre
paid by stamps or it cannot be forwarded in the
Eir Office Hours —From 5.30 A. H. to 8
o'clock, P. M., daily, except Sundays, when
the office will be open from 7.80 to 8.80 A. Id;
and from 8.00 to 400 P. M. .
GEORGE BERGNER, Postmaster,,
Whave on hand a very superior selectliwf
of, WINES, BRANDIES and FINE,
QUOIiS, of every description.
BUNDLES of the choicest brands and v*i
WINES of every variety and of the fine*
ST. CRUZ RUM.
IRISH, BOOTOH„. RYE and BOURBON
WHISKY, CITABIPAGrNE, §Froa
BROWN. STOUT, CORDIALS, Sm.
Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from
the domestic grape, which is a splendid article,
and we know it to be pure. •
apl4 WK. DOCK, J&., &
VE4ETABIE OR GARDEN I I3EEDS, 1
WE have received for this-mason more thsn
our wmal stook of _ •
Some choice , carieties on hand. Also, Gar
den and Vegetable seeds of the best quality.
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
r 91 Market street.
HORSES,, WAGONS AND CARTS
JOHN ALCORN, Broad street, West Harris
burg, is prepared to furnish Home, Ws
and Wagons to persons wishing: hauling done.
Digging of Cellars personally- attended to.
Hauling of any description promptly attended
to. An order box for the accommodation of
persons will be found in , the Tsusuarg..Print•
ing Office, where orders with be received.
ap18•8m . • . JOHN ALCORN.
, . QUEEN,IWARS I
Winvite•the attention of the public to our
V large and well selepted stock of queens_
ware, recently purchased, and which We offer at
a very small advance 011 city prices. Call and
examine before Piirchiiiing elsewhere. ,
r• NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
ap7 Corner Front Mid Btu.
3Cfooo'''k"s ..all Abe choice
2 braids ,U,, market; daniesipti
and twoenve€sed; - at the very lowest price.—
Every ham sold-wet-rented, at
. ~ NICHOLS & FOWMAN'S,
niy4 , , Cor. Front. and . Market sta.
Ex TOdILY - FLOUR—A lot of very
choice ex:trit familrtiour, just received and
for ple by NIOHOLS BOWMAN,
m)2O - Oor. Front and Maricet stmts.
LATEST FROM. VICKSBURQ,
ur Gans Opened at Midnight on the City
TIER RAPIDITY 1W FIRR.UNPARAIIIILIID
Twelve Rebels with Two, KwAreil:Thon
. sand l'eretthsion Caps Captured.
4:lsitialltateirpt oi 9; the Gun
CillijAGO, June b.
A Ocala.. diapatth 'from the rear of Vicksburg,
dated May . says the bobabardment
Vicksburg continues. ,
All our ens in position opened fire at , mid
night find. contained until daylight:
• The tepidity Witte thing was. unparalleled,
end it is believed grest;danunge was inflieted r —
Twelve rebels were captart d at daylight
yesterday, - While endeavoring to run our!
pickets and get idto the city. Two
hundred thousand percassiin caps were fourd
in their,poseeation.. One:of the rotate, a boy,
came out of the city ten days ago and took the!
oath of ailegiancs. , 'AO teas then allowed to god
to his home five Wiles in the - rear.' It is pro- 1
bable that he will. be. condemned, as a spy.
Gen. Jobneton is reported to be moving to
wards Jackson, but is not' is sufficient force
Wain:norm, Sane 5 —The following detail
report of the sinking of thegunboat Cinctnna
has been received at the Navy Department:
hirausurn SQUAHRON, FLAG SHIPHa wn BLACK
ABovz Vicksitraa, May 27th. i
Sts :—ln obedience to your iirders,:the Chal
cinnati got under way tuts morning at seven
o'clock, and,ztetuned slowly down unrila little
abreast of where the mortars lay, when wt
rounded to 'the enemy and 'fired several shot!
from a gun called " Whistling Dick," but soon
gave it up. , •
At half-past eight, with a full bead of steam
we stood for the positron 'assigned us. The
enemy fired rapidly and from all their Nate/
rim. When abreast of our position and rotted
ing to, a ball nnteredrthe magazine and ahc
commenced siaktugtreeirily. sburt'y atter th
staritoerd niter was curled away, and afterith'
the enemy fired with .great accuracy„ hittin
us - nearly silky time. We were especial
annoyed by plunging shots from the hills,
eight thou rifle and a ten inch smooth by
doing us much damage. The shuts went en
taw, tbrough our protection of hay and wood
and now finding that'the +Ansa would sink ,
tranlher tight up the stream, and as near the
Night tank snore &soar d.utged Aepring appal
mini would permit. About ten monies 44
Yore she sunk, we ran close in and got ou
, plank`out and putane wonaded ashore!. W
,got as fast:to hold he
ikoll"tilivrivibWattfortiiitately the Awe
ailti.pre at the haws:r left it without, mak
lag' it fast. ' Th e enemy still firing,' thi
bo ft commenced drifting .out, and: I inn
out to the men to swim ashore, thinking w
were in deeper water (as wascreported) th
we really were. I suppose about 16 wet
drowned and about 26 killed and woundedi
and one probably taken prisoner. This will sum
up our whole loss. The boat sunk in about
twee fathoms of water. Stld lays level and
.can easily be raised. She lies within range o
the enemy's hitterles. Toe vessel , went down
with her colors nailedloThe mast, di-rather th e
stump of one, all three hiving been shot &Way
Oar tire, natiDthe magazine was drowned, w
good, and lam satisfied did damage. We only
tied ate two gun battery: •' '- • I
Very respectfully, 3our obedient Fermat,
- 'GEO. M. BACHE,
. Limit: Commanding.
To A. R. Afitrfind D. D. Poana, Commanding
Mississippi firifiadroti: - " " - i
7 A. M
2.46 P. M
7 A. /W.
12.80 P. K.
FROM FAIRFAX COURT HOUSE,
WITH THE REBELS
WASIMIGTON, June 5.
The following telegraplic • Aispetch was M
Faiitrai:Ccivar House, June 5.- r -All is gni t
along our lines in frOnt, on the Orange Mid Al -
andria railroad., - 3 ' '
This,moroing at five o'clock 'when tharedi f
passed, our pickets were-attacked: on Sawyer's
road by guerillas. COl. Gray at once started
with about 120 men 'in search of theth, but
could find nothing of them in the woods. Vie
then went on to scout the whole country, licSl
when he passed the Frying Pan, his rear guai,d
'was attacked by about 100 rebels, who were
hidden in a thick wood. . , 1
. Col. Gray turned his -column, :and charged
the i ebels, who fled in great hate through the
woods. He followed their' up to Aldie`s. From
t here he returned sia Drainsville. ~
Gar entire loss is three wounded and some
horses wounded. We captured their suliclorc,
Dr. Alexander: (Signed) J. STAHL;
- . "- Major.,
PrmansuurA, June 6.1
Jay- Cooke, General Subscription Agent, re
ports the gale . yesterday M . $1,275,000. 10 Bliss
twenties at the various agencies in New York,
Boston, Baltimore and ih this city. The local
subscriptions throughout the west are very
large, and there is scaroely a town or village
which is not reprewate4, In the subscription fto
this PoPtaV.loll4. A letter from Madison, Ind. ?
received yestialky,`OitClcisie- a' subscription of
' SeriousUrosAl Apoldsr4.
Pamaramums,,Aune. s ,
Francis M. Drexel, the senior .pariner of the
.banking firm of Drexel & Co., Met, with a ter
rible accident this atternOon. He attemptedto
jump from the Beading ruilroafi'Mis, at sOrbn
teenthstreet, while in motion, when he slipped
and fell beneatlrtba.train. On el leg was ger*:
and -the other crushed. He was conveyed
home, but kits extreme age renders tecovery
A detaobment of csindry , the hundreil etitinf,
left' Reedville • this lifteritoon for Washington,
'fheeesectnite are _chief4y from ; California Ind
fill np,the Itatirschupege amain , reginriA to
the zninhritust hatniber. •
A saws WItH MOSIBeti GILINRAELLAA NBAH
A special dispatch from Fairfax Court House,
dated June, says:—Lest night a Pert) , of
Moseby's guerrillas fired on the picket guard
near'Chantilly and woundedone man and killed
his horse: The guerrillas then retreated. CoL
(}ray. of the 6th Michigan cavalry, command
ing the outposts, started immediately in pur
suit, with a detachaient of cavalry, and over
took the iebels about eight miles distant, when
a brisk skirmish ensued and the rebels retreat
ed. Three or four rebel prisoners were captured,
among them a surgeon. Gen. Stahl started cut
in pursuit with a body of cavalry, and is 'vigor
ously following them up.
AB.RiST'QF COLONIL CHOINAAN.
Colonel Ottumwa, lately commissioned se
Colonel of the fith Pennsylvania Cavalry, has
beemsent here under arrest, General goober
refuaing to allow him to be recognised. Glens.
Pletismton and Hooker have demanded that
Major Panttock Hney be commissioned es the
Colonel, he being the proper officer for that
:position, and having distinguished himself in
the late battle of Chancellorsville.
amino or nmeßmiers IN PATINT WORTS
The Marshal of the district his, under the in
struction of the District Attorney. seized all the
right title and interest of Jam W. Gamewell
and James Duncan, two persons who are in the
south, in certain patents for improvements in
the magnetic telegraph, granted to Moue.
Trill 311111 EL SAID.
The anticipated rebel raid will probably tarn
out to be a nine days' wonder, if nothing
Not one poems to have full faith in it, but the
Siovernment. The troops that are marching
Out to the defences, and the long trains of Mega
guns and heavy artillery that go through the
streets almost daily are the .only real facts at
hand that tend to a confirmation ( f the lumen d
rebel advance: The people o' &t sandria are
quite confident that a raid is to i e mtde on that
place; others are certain that it is destined for
Washington, while a more prevailing opinion
sends it up the Shenandoah Valley, with a
large infantry force to sustain it—Stuart's cav
alry preceding it. There is nothing from the
immediate front to show that there is any
considerable force of the enemy this side of
Cuipepper,or thatin fact any movement has been
made towards the Shenandoah Valley.
ANOTIEM OCTET MARTIAL CAIN
The (resident has before bim for approval
the sentence of a °out martial in Catiforn.a,
Which .exceedi in seventy that pissed upon
tr. Vellandigham. A citizen of Malaria.) in
that State wai arrested for riding through the
town waving a Confederate fia,r and chewing
for Jeff travis, takeu to Sicrathento and tried
by court mirtial and sentenced to ten 'e ,re
bard labor on the fortitio bona in San Fran
cisca' bay. in less than three days Iron, the
time of committing the crime be wee at work.
The Premdent has not approved of the sent nee
yet, and may o.nrannte it to a shorter impris-
IMSS WAS XIWI.
Ever aincethnbogus news was sent of the
„hiking of ,Richatoutt numerous rum re hive
been Abut bore, some not w.thout good foun
dation, that cdrtain parthe who have control
of the to eAraph - bave go ten up fal a war news
solely for speculAtive purposes The War Diu
partthent, it is 'id, has investigated one case
involving penons hi.h in authority, but with
what result is nut yet known. It is now al
leged: that the sensation aispatch that the
Stare and Stripes were tio itiug over Vicks
burg" wag manufactured in Cincinnati by some
one inside of the speculators Haw, and palmed
off on the public. If this be true, an investiga
tion should be had. Peohaps Mr. Ful er, of
the Memphis telegraph ufftoa, tan inform the
President of the origin of the rumor on which
the aforesaid dialistch was based.
n.Brltish. Consul Captured as a Blockade
• A letter in the Ikaton Transcript states that the
schooner Juniper which was raptured near Mo
bile, wbile trying to run' the blockade, was
armed-and manned by the British Consul at
Havana. He was also the owner of the cargo
of the steamer Antona, captured some time
The Case of the Chicago Times.
Carauxo, &me 5.
In the case of the Chicago Timor vs. military
authorities, the counsel asked for and obtained
leave to withdraw the bill asking for an in
'unction and the case was dismisstd.
MAIII - MTI3 BZ tjiLEGELPH.
Stocks are lower. Gold 46. Cotton firm
-2,500 bales sdld at 66. Flour firm-16 000 bbla.
sold; State $5 1545 80; Ohio $6 1506 25;
Southern $6 55(34 10. Wheat one cent 10W8t
—160,000 bus. sold; Chicago !lining $1 2I
143; Milwackie club $1 31®1q4; zed western
$ 148®1 64 Corn one cent lower-90,000
bus. sold at 77®79c. Beef firm at $5 76@ 00.
Pork quiet—mess $lBOlB 60. Lard tiros at
91®10i. Whisky dull. Rye firm. Sugar firm—
New Orleans 10.3®12}c. Coffee firm—Rio 81c.
Port Bico molasses 46052. Freights firm.
PRESIOWND IPBUID3, hermetkohy sealed,
in,cans and jun', of allyescriptions, and of
the most delicious characte for sale hy
DOCK..7a.. & Co.
tRENCH and ENGLISH BLACKING, war
ranted not only to retain the polish of but
to preserve the leather itself. For sale by
• WM. DOCK. Ja., & CO.
fIOFFEES AND SUGARS of all grades and
g k .i at reasonable prices for sale by
114. WM. DOM. Js.. & CO.
CIOAL ell, -LANTERNS, that do not need
A..". any chimney, and no wind will vat the
light out. Call and examine, at
NICHOLS & BOWIIUI 4I ,
Cbr. !Wed and Market Kt&
rtBIED BICKF AND BOLOGNA, & verY,Owice
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A TRlRrir horse power steloAengine,mearly
Li new. Price low. Address
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apl7-21ne Netwi/4.01 Otwaberleadl-ounty.
New Your, June 6
New You. June 5