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Y GEORGE BERGNER.
MORNING AND EVENING;
By GEORGE BBRGNCIi.
(Vice Third Street, near Walnut,
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no, equal, its large circulation, among -bu,sinesEd,
Men and families, in citY and country, PlaCl4:l
It beyond competition. .
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SOSEPEI- ICCIA.L.SLN, PROPRIETOR.;
(anouirmir mamma, BT 00yilltLY:) j
This is a First Class Hotel, and,locatefl In the:
central part of the city% It Is It - Opt - hi;ple best
manner, anti its patio's Will' find' evety ancoin-•
molatlon to be met with In the best Muses In
the country.se3 o= atf
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B. T. BABBITT'S. - •
.Concentrated Condensed. or lfalverized:
130 T. OA Pr.
f - rsnizE gallons of .liabiliionae- LS bl
1. SOAP made in five 'minutes. t lffo greepa
acquired. . ;
Dnuicuess.—Dilsolve one pound of. B.
Babbitt's Concentrated Condensed or Pulverized
Soft Soap in ono gallon of boiling water, then
add two gallons of warm water. when cool
you will have three gallons of .ifendeente jVheti
Ten pounds will make one barrel of softs n ap!
Thp soap thus made is an excellent waSti for
trees, shrubs and plants of , all kinds.
Just acceived and for sale , by
WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO.,
my27l Market st., opposite' the Court use
AT. HOME CARDS:
EY a special arrangement with one of th
. beet engravera in the country, cards of DAY
description be executed in the Iffebestatyle
of art, conformable with the latest fashion, and
,supplied promptly,at loworpricee than are cbsrs
. ed.by the stationersin New York_ Or Philad
phia. Yor samples and prices call at'
mch9tf BEf3.GNER'S BOOKSTORE.--
`UrATINDOW SHADES of /hien, glltliOrdiFedi
YT and'PAPER BLINDS of an endlasa vark.
lety of deatgna and °raw:manta ; also, CURTAIN
FIXTURES and TASSRLS at very low wiemEl.
Call at SCREFFER'S BOOKSTORE.
PRAGUE% ' -.TOMATOES, • i
PINE APPLE, SALMON,
OYSTERS, SPICED OMBRA
LOAfrta; - 'SARDINES;
WM: - DOOM, &OO
For sale by
A LA.BGE and splendid stock of Pocket and
presbytermn,* Methodist, Luthemn German
Reformed, and other Hymn Books, just rivet_
ed at BERGNER'S CHEn.i' BoOKHPGRE.,
C AL °I4
a further reduction in Coal 011,
superior article of non-explosive Coal Oil,
for sale very low, by . :
1116110,1.8 & BOWMAN, .
Cor. rrinit and Market Ste,/
HOTOGRAPH ALBUMS chastely ...um
and clasped—for sale at
SVIIEFFEEKS 11/.stailT.M. [•
Different colored double varterianybite
Rripge, 'Purple Fringe, or Mist Tree,'lnd 14.4 37
shrubbery, at„l4,otone Nursery. MEM,
TIMMS, Mortgagesi-• Power -of Aitfii
Bonds and Justioes' Blanks for sale at
WALL 'sol. t
last year's prices, without any advance.
aP 6 SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTOItE,
Lidiscovered the moat certain, speedy and
ffecthal remedies - in the world for'
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
amour rEr sur To TitkrA nom,:
NO MERCURY OR NOMOUS - DRUGS
A cure Warranted; clt,No -Margi, in ft; 1 rn:"Otte , toi
rire Days. -
Weakness of the Back, .Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder, -Involuntary dis
charges, -Illktpotency, General Debility, Ner
vousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits;
Skmhision. of Ideas, Wipitation of the
s hart, Timidity; Tremblings, Dimness of Sight
of Iliddinesa, Disease of the Head, Throat,
Nr se Or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs,
Stcmaeh! or i Bowels—those terrible. disetders I
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—
those secret and solitary practices morelatarto
their victims War the gong-of %Tens to tho
Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brils
liant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
lErtally, wild, - live: Name, the victits f
sp tar y Vice, - that dieadful and des
' It - wldoll'aimuallY iwneps to an ilin] '
grafe'thouttimls. of Yntuig Men of the Most
eiralted:-Azden t and.; brilliant ,intellect, who
might 0.,-, , i-, , him, entranced listening , gen,
Om irith:tlio widen of elognence or. walind
to ecstasy thilivlng lyre; may call with fill
coraidence. • '
Married Perseus, or Young Men:-contemplat
ing iligkrtlbge, being, aware of physical weak
nesu, oituai4 debillty,,defortalties, &c.;speeilrly
He 4rhinitatiooelf !hider the care of Br:
may religiatuilylco_nfliiirla honor as a gad
tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a
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Immediiiiely buied; and full vigor restored.
die distressing affection—which 'raiders life
:miserable and marriage
aityqudd by the vcictiers of iMproPer
'Your* persons are too apt' to chmeribmreesses
from not being aware of thedreadful;.oce4
quenaeutitato mayensue. Now, who that rm.
derstands the subject; win pretend: to deny -
the power of prekieationislost sooner by
failing into. improper habl .tictban by the'~iru r
dent . BeeideLbeing'rielnimellkte IneuguieP N./
healthy offspring, the Met serious raid destrue
tive,symptemetteboWitsviy and Mind arise.
The sysierqjbeoool.4Pidwnet thS,P4o o3l ,nd
mental-ftmetionswealreued r loss procre ative
power, nerrintr,, . • • t a Aria, telpita
r a 74 - 'a"
7 " .te r from theme stme . t, a
few doors from t e corner. Mal not to observe
namemad number. -
Kotireis must be Oak -and Qatari - a atamp.
The Doctor's. Diplomas hem in his office.
Member - ortbb lljtaTCollege of Surgeonig,ton
dift4adiliate froh',do `er
_the 'look ,efainen
Joliette& the ..maned :Statth3, andthe greater
part of n whoselHe .has been spent in-the hospi
tals of ‘Dohdon Parfsi-l'hiladelplda..etut else
_las 4 034erlsome of :the mosfastoni
dune that- - werb .ever-lreown ; many troubled
with Ailigog ut the:head and ears.when asleep,
gpat-rarTellaßeftp.,34nt .alarmed:at sndde
sounds - , Vatilindneigik -with frequent blushing,
atfendetwouretintorwith derangement of mind
:- These arc Horne of the sad and„ t mearifieliely
effects produced by early habits of youth, viz :-
weaknoss prfiriback _and limbo, pains in th ',.
head, dimness of sighi, lossi of muscular power,,
*Oita** of the - heart, dyspepela, nervo .
irritability, symptoms of tonsumptlinv'dic. ,
a r e farxr.—The fearful effects csilhe mind
r l igricli to be dreaded_ logs of memory, con
fusion_ of ideas„ depression of spirits, evil fore=,
bodings, aversion to society, self distrust, lovel
of solitude, timidity, &0., 'are some of the edit;
produced. - - --
Wbo hhie hijiiid ' themselves by: a certain
practice indulged .in *hen alone, a habit fret;
quently learned. from ~evil" companions, or at
school, the- effects -of-which are nightly felt;
even•-*htitO asleep, and if not cured render')
and destroys both - mind
and body, - shodd apply immediately. ,
What a jay that a young um* the hope of
his country, the darling of his parents, should
be snatched-from. all:prospects and enioymente
of life,. by theleconsequfmorr , of deviattng , from
the path.of.nittureand . indplging in a certain
secret habit . Such periotu3 inst,before &diem=
~.._ . ~...: , - - 7
.. - . ;
plate* MARR AGF,
Reflect that a sound mind-and body **the
most necessary requisitesinpromoteit xninribial
happiness. •indeedi . :without these,-diejon.rneY
through life becomes. a weary pllgtiniagel the
prospect hourly darkeniinthe view ;_the mind
"h-,msiluidowedirithdand fined with
the MelariChOlkoffealba t thihappiness Of
another ssf ir
&wines blighted ; th our"-oins.
DIMMER OF DEPRIIDENGIL•
When the misguided and iniiiturktnt-iotary
of plaited:re:fin& :he has Arabibed - she-seeds of
this painful disease, it too often happens that
amilltimed sense Of Alone or the dread die -
.cavety-deters kim from applying tek4halie - who,
from edscation. an& respectability-tione
terfilend,hini.,, Refalls-inh3 the hands of iv+
rantOa fledgaiflg pretenders, who, incapable
of - ouriolt; 61011 :-hb!-POoOrderY sobtthio oo t keep
him triflitm month after-month, - or ha long as
the *waled-fee can be obtained, and in despair
leave UM-with ruined: health to sigh -Over his
galling disappointmenVfir, by the"" ne of the
Mercury, hasten the constitu
tional symptoms of this terrible disease, -Stich as
affectons of the ROad b Throat, Nosg, - Rin i etd
peog*gu — iprilli'frightful rapidity' till death
pintilinionoSkdrisidfal sufferings by sand
ing 'Eike tO ' - that undiscovered country feria
-, 'pciigehlW ., OF TEOlKkiEs.
Tia . loianitptatb-dtutsi attblitutign
YA W t4*--year,,anti;d6s . matrons Nuitpottv
, ... Voperititiiitrt., Aititxibille:-.19 11,
A' -11*d - by the • • 4 7i'. ,: of thos, • ,
11(1 many other papers, notictiforivhial.
appeared again and again before &awhile,'
licks his standing as a gentleman ellatactor.
iii 4 --..-7 ; , ~„ .1 ty,,* a salllcretit • .to
zcsi D Kir ' craw= • 1 : Hi ' :
ORM A. 7.801571110.72112 K M.
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22,. 1
;The Graaf. "American Ilemedies,"
KNOWN AS "TIMMBOLD'S"
GENUINE. PREPARATIONS, VIZ :
ELILLISIBOLD EXTRACT " BUCHU,"
"' " SARSAPABIILA,
" IMPROVEED ROSE WASH.
• FLUID, EXTRACT MAW,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
' For Diseases okti#3,-4- 1 -.
BLADDER, KIDNEY,* GRAVEL,
AND DROPSIOA.Ii • SW'ELLINGS.
This Medicine increases the power of Diges
tion, =4 excites the ABSORBENTS into. heal
' thy action, by which the. WATERY 61 — CAL=
CEROUS depositientiiirced all UNNATURAL
'ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well as pain
and inflammation, and is good for MEN, WO
HEMEOLD'S .4`XTRA. T BUCHU
. FOR ,WF , pCNE J SBES 3
Arising front, Elkqessis, Flap itsi of ,Dhisrpittion,
Early Indiscretion or Ahrika .
Erma BD _ writ WV to„*.mkerstipmi :
'lndisposition to Exer-Dry,OcAll er sitASkln,
trop, Loss of Power, . .
• Loss of Memory, Difficulty or Breathiui,",
i'grutir Nerves, Tr embling • , I
Horror•Of Dhow, , • Wakefulness, .
Dimness of Vision, • Pain in'
the Back, , ~
Universal Lassitude ofFinshing of the, WNW;
the Muscular4itermErUjiitiont On the Face,
[Hot Hands, prinal-,Crinatertince.
i These symptoms, if allowed to :fp on; which
-this medicine invariably - removes soon follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPIL EPTIC FITS,;
:In one of , which the patient-may eipire. Who
, can say, that -their Are netlYrequitntlY followed
`. by these "dirpfni diseases," - '
• X/V44.4 7 / 7 /1 7 . • ANDCONS'*ETION.
Many are aware of tha•Catisit .of lik*, suffer,
i Inge, but none will contest. ThereeeAspf the
!Insane Asylums, and the melanchelY Oa* ;by
`Consumption, bear ample witness;to ,tlif,e, tAi•tth
of the twaertien • i
WS CONS•27fUTION , OM - B
AFFECTED WITH agaitiVi - griatuaugs,.l;
Requtresthe ald,of meek* to strepistEen
,invigorga.t. system, sbfrolillelmloltre, ••
. 4 .
tract Wain invariably - deies. A tilel. : WlWOOrpr
,74tcp9A9 E 09.4 aIEePPI ;. ,_;11: D:' ,) [
:. , FEMALES—E.EMALES4EMOIN3, .t.._..-
E-QLD OR YouNe4 si - Nala, HAWED. VA
'z. . CONTEMPLANNOIMMiAidIatg. ~
.-Inanany' , affectiorefipeoultar,itce , famtdot the
Eitmet Bache Is ,:uneignalletl by. Say Other ;
remedy, as in Chlorosis or. Itetefutiou, Irregu,
lenity, Painfulness, or suppression of the cus
tomary, Evacuations, . Olmsted or Schirrous
etate„, of - thi liteßaii, - Leucorrhea or Whi f tes,
Steitlity; aid' for all comPlairitsinciderittrethe I
stmo 42 ; Whither Mishit from intlisp**
at r in ..:
of keittion , o - they . ' '-• •'-" ' ' I '` 6 '' ':‘ .: •
' , E.151r-Arallollerellr - LIVE. -
''":ILMILY SHOULD BE wirsouriz_i
-. Take no Bahrisfaidercury,or Unpleasant Medi
cine for Unpleasant - and Dangerous Diseases.
HEMBOLD'S EXTRACT• BUCHU, :
Cures Secret Diseases in all their stages; at lit,'
tie expensa; little or no change in diet ; no in
convenience and no exposure. It ca u ses 'fre-t
quent desire, 'and sives strength' in !Urinate;
thereby removing obstructions, preventing and;
curingArictures of the Urethra; allaying pain;
and inflammation, 80 frequent in this close of
diseases, and expelling PolsononsolMsearied, and
Wornout;Matter. Thousands upon lhoutimuisi
who have beep the victim* of ;quacks, and who;
have paid heavy fees to be cured In a short,
time,- have found they were deoeived, and that,
the .".Poison'L hatiby ibo use .of f liowerittli
Astringents," been dried up in the system, to',
break out _ in an aggraitted form, and perhaps;after
after- -- • ...., :. .. : ; ...-.,i .I'3 fr,
Use 11R.T,MBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for.
all Affections and Diseases of the • Urinary Or-1
gans, whether existing'in Male or Female, from:
whatever cause originating, and no matter of
how long standing: • Dieessetkof these. Organs
require the aid of a Diuretic. HELKBOLD'S
EXTRACT BUCHU itthe ,G,mat Diuretic, and
it la certain to have the ;desired; effect in all
Diseases for which it;it recommended. : - ...
Blood—Blood—Blood. Helmbold',o Highly
Concentrated Compound _ ELUID . EXTRACT ,
SARSAPARILLA' SYPHILIS: ' Thiti Wan affec=,
[ lion of the Blood, and atticks'the Sexual Or-,
gaus, Linings of the Nose, Ears„Tiiioat,Whad ,
pipe, and other MicuteSurfaces, making its-ajt.l
pearance in' the form it Ulcers. Heinibald'S
Itstract Sarsaparilla, piprifies the Blood, and
removes all Scab , Eruptions of the Skin, giving
-Complexion a Ciewand Healthy Color.:
,It being prepar ed exp :l. y few this plass-'-of
complain% its 13losixl-Prrilybag Properties are
preserVed to a greater eitent then any other
preparation of Sarsaparilla. ' . '
._. L _ T
rkg4MBOLD ' S ROSE WASH. ' I
An excellent dimmer; of, a ,Sfplii-
litic Nature, and as an inightion in , ,diseases of I
the Urinary Organs, arising froth, habits of •
dissipation, us: 'in conniption With the EX
tracts Bachn andl3arsatarille, in such diseasea
as 4 incommended. Evidence Of : the, most re
snorgihle and reliable character`Willaceeryarf
the medicines , . CERTIFICATES' OF' C U , 11 '
rfrout eight to twenty years standing , i -
names known to Science and Fame. . For -
Medical Properties tif'Buchn„ see Dispensary df
the United States. See 'Professor DEWEE'S
valuable works on the Practice of PhYidc. San
remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. Einr_-
SICK, Philadelphia. Bei) remarks made by Dr.
EPHRAIM . McDOWELL, a celebrated Physician
and member of the Boyar Oollege'cif • edrgeone,
Ireland, and•pubilshad in the Transactions of
the Rings and Queen's Journal. See Medico-
Cirurgical Review, published by- BENJ. ESA
VERB, Fellow of the RoialCollege of Surgeonii.
See most of the late standard works ou„ Midi-
Aline. Extract of Pachu $1 00 ple.bottip, or
six for $5OO. ExtraCt of Siggaparilia, $1 00
per -bottle, or six for $5 00. Improved Rate
Wash, 50 cents per bottle ' or six for $O . , §O, 9r
halt a dozen each for $l2 00, which will be atif
ficient to care the mmt obstibmta cases, If 'limp
tiona are adhered to. : Delivered to any adda
securely packed from..oliseryation' •
. c ,Defteri '
symptoms in all !xunniunicatiotta " ' Our** -, -
anteed. Advice gratis— '
. . -• , ;
.4177DAr1T.... ' 1
, Persona l ly apikiarki before me an Alderman
l of the - city of Philadelphia, H. T. Ilebilkold;
who, being duly sworn, doth say, ' his frello...ria
tions contain no narcotic; no mercury, or outer
injurious driigs, and pnrely'vegetable. f
1 . - H. T. HELMBOID.I
Sworn and subscribed before me, skis 28d day.
of *6famber, 1854. W 4 P. riIBSABD I ,--
, AliliTman, Ninth stieet ab.autie, =Philts4 •
- Address letters for Information in konfidertae.
H. T: liElfilLßOLDieheniltit.l . ' 4
Depot 104 South 10th street, below Chestnut,
From al! tot
THE 81 4 lIAT4CtIf•
Yesterday -morning ire receireo (Marital%
stiding..theka robe/ faVe of 40,000 were Pcc
pyierr, tfie road betweea-ifigerstowa arid
Iteieepor with,.lB.p6m of artillery.
A Vine 6f 'some* . are oampying Ideroio
hullo steeling alktha lames and other desirahle
Oolierty . •
fian...Tenkins- , _possed through 018811088ii0
abap 7'P: 11..„ IVY 0411104: t
InOtazted dxqsintiy i ,in-the of -Wayne*.
bo ii i'..; ll 4Dl' F 44 •• " %I API 1 4 01 4 '
the rebels- triton& tre'reikkeaa 'thsaoltartfttion 'ln
91Ittfurair* , #?"Ot?rdOlify AO* .
vvo alidio . the rear*KosOnfantriat &SW.
keit oll'arilbenbng_iiittlaii • TllolityjMux 4
11114.6ialinloitOstiiid three ordistr_days rations.
General Kelley has telegraphed
Gooch, that he has oceopiatqatahariadd. ;'The
f#els . having ,oviioStedtlit ''" .
Gen.. Lee's:,(rebel) headeluarteit were. neir
9 6 * (1/7 0 S atwdpi.d'ikis Paz!eranY l o ,
iitis4licialf.e 10;p) ifitiltte old field Mammas.
Reekes not fortornmette GEm . Hooker ste
0 , 1 e 1 7109 at at th 4 fine, as, a conabiergie
Ottoil of hie errafielret'up the Velkii;'linti
ioNkriturclgio.l4 tb# km3_, obroticf
hi* rritilosy*,)evedinl dash nporkoht '4l(4l4edi
okßalechoitor, i errprll#o tsoia
:I ? . .V 9l lo l ` seitiat
auostsitioni silo most leih,,,byt.neuir it um
d ' annetef -, :histatatxtrtn6qtftethn Potemaa; by
which manoeuvre it(Let could
, reolaim the
eVF, B ? II4 PA I t s dait .. 4
-Itapi,ene ei , q!dole. zoneruntent,
WilPo 444 6 44/044 1 4 1 .144 4 44
At - Waver Mid not Ituaaatiblaolt
- Tr lpidti, Hooka. his shown uck
disposition to give - him undue aid in carry*
iii,pt, ! , l ,ligi ? l,„4, i th g ",„# .4 with Lee and
hinistlif in position-in throw Ills fbieei:
acrowthe,Potoputc at, short notice should itt;
`really find Leeiittempttng the invasion projectj
if.//1413 et t!Ie.k.VIV*F O, 7 I OY 1 4mse.II in
position to face Lee quite as promptly on the
itonth sidai at ,tba.riien 'kb:sdd he_ettempt to
double upon him:
Toops are constantly pouring into this
Omit, biiiti;l' Igll, the Court House
nn~l ; every available ; avenue is filled.meth
who will teach the traitors a sad lesson shouhi
t,heY be- able--to meet ihein. The fordo alai
promptly disposed of'after their arrival, and
a laigirniimilei i tifei'W . biive already married
to face the enemy,
Col. ....Mumma!, :the ,21;11.- Pennsylvania regt
ineht, Marched yestor4y4l:iiiScon. This regiT
meat made a splemiltd appearance, and ihey
will do Oeir - duty, a i r - in : Mt being afraid of hurt
ing a rebel. - 21 - •
Gen. Milroy has:bbi forcesin.proper
and they will be heard from In due time. "
10 .I._ sr..„--We hate just .received new that
the iet t ets itro marching on Pittsburg via - the
national road. We have4mother report Omit
the same time that anoth i portlop had crossed
the South Mountains and -arrived at Mlll
town, which is only%eight miles from , Gettl-s
-burg. It is only some twenty-seven Wks from
clettysb*i to tVe Northern Central'TanwaYt
which the rebels may design to destroy. If
iknch an : attempt be. made they will fi.ad some
warm' work.On hand!
AFFAAS AT idtAilliESTOli
A Rebel steamer AttAlMPti to
Rhe it Pained' liver-Ake tau% and hurly
Wasmarcerow, June 21.
The- following report just been received
at the Navy Department: ' •
Fr.i.d-Barr Stammet, Pour Rogan Mono;
Jonel6. f .
Sur.:—l have theironor to report' to thaDa
partment.thafoi% tho:plobt of the sth instil:au I
a steamer ittemptedlo run- out of Ohirlatem.
She vas turped beck by the Wissahickon,-
*asset Hparstted;ber over the bar e fizing-at her
repeatedly. The 'steamer waif:sal&
From subsequent , tioformaton from-t , 004.
setters-frotn'Oharlestoni *horn Ilend ninth by
the lifeukiefuesettiti there is reason to Ultima
the vane-Was thearittoldmith. I have further
to report that mitt4got; of the 10th instant
auctt2oA'steeeter ale to run the bluckade
Ktii - Vharlesitek' bilAbeeSiriferd obannel. Sim
was illiaratly several of derma:eel; 'but la the
1116401 - 8101 ,, taudea thein.r'
dieowireil alpthenaiiii 44: of Daley Islitad - on.
tire, which- however did not destroy the Tend.
Bhe was a large side wheel steamer, and is sup
maid by Commodore Turner to be the. Eta..
locir, bat this Is not yet certainly aseeritilned.
Very respectfully your °bade, servant,
'(Bigned) 8. F. DUPONT,
Commanding South Atlantic squadron.
MOVEMENTS OF` BEBELS.
alinoop ADvilipv ON riitumn
FICIELLDIEUSIL, June 21.
The following is all the new of interest in
the Wishingteri Star to night :
Major:Pausal, U. .volunteers, received in
telligence from. Fayette county t pa., this morn
ing, thit the rehelqin habv force were-Wynn
chit on - Pittsburg, "Pi, - via'Baltimo& read,
Wdreg;from Cumberland across the AlleghenY
Innurtains. Their picketstuutreached Grante-
Time; bld f , SS Miles from Uninntown,, Fayette
cinuitY t Pai, on Wednesday winning - rant.
.It-hrtelmrfei - ff the city' to-dikii; that two
mbuders (if-General Booker's Staff, Mejoa Ster
ling, aid, andCaptale Bieber, signal officer, were
gobbled up by rebeiguerillas last night in the
vidiiity of Fairfax. The Star Makes no men
tion of defeat or victory in Centerville.
LATEST FRONFPOET HUDSON.
Paovunatcs; B. 1., June 21. •
The steamer &Mull, from New York, spoke
oa Bundaymorrdng, off Beaver Tail, the U. B.
stemma' Ottrielri. aeliMb Privateers-
The nine (14y spoke the whale ship-Mobit.wli,
(rpm tto Nato, fdelianticket, with eiz
dred um& 6f611. - -
lbw Mai*, June 21,4. Mobile 'dispatch .alf
the 121h t ,ifforte_thetarrixal the-Yankee pro
, occptuticl offff:lssas inciatre: - by a
`hf siiteftC. k man from Mobile , , who 'alio
'Mimed the bait Lennox and Texas, which
criminal:de mronsfstr-New Orleana.
I, %he crew of the Bootqn and a_portion of the
ws of the two baries are prisoners at ,Ido
- - Btspeddhes of •the 12th anitiBth, say that the
thltdmeat of. rod Audoca was cpntinuecl.
.. a ine . guntott am hi marked qaptured by
thy - iambi* Pptt:4udtOn and Several gunboats
44 11 4 .3 d:
Elishistaadur bad mustered out severalmtp.
daraptat: - . ' •
Wier Min BiorAng the Ljghtegt
Kayaking, Order• . ,
- 411milit41,110 rasbing ionurd lvitk
A NAME wnsoxrr A PARATAWF4
OS TBS , llLtitotatsia.
Wednesday, Janet 17, - 1863.
The army of the Potomac progresses with
huge strides toward the Supkeed position of
arit enemy: • A fearful collision cannot be
?a,voided many days longer. The weather Is
terribly hot.-the roads, Acids. the tal - Yrkir tilled
with interminable clouds of dust, and the bray
men stiffer, but they march with velocity
such as never before has been knotvri on 'this
aquanaut. • Twenty to twenty-three miles pet
day is sneh , vveather is something unheard.ot
.eretofore. One day,has been Spent since Satur
day to let the aorta get tip well in hand, and
the whole army is now pushing , forward with
great raidditY. Fut ther particulars concerning
our march it would beduipriident to give now,
but I venture to say that when all the facts are.
kithan. it; *1111" bo ataishil'that this ) matchhas
• 'Oa ,Monday,. Gen. Hooker ,with Stilt and
train, broke, camp at three o'cloc&,..and .hefore
sundown were in a new camp twenty-five milee
verything is reduced to the very lightest -
marching order. Trainsere ont.doWtr, wagonA
and baggage . _ me being reduced to a smaller
limit than befOrd: Yestereef Gen. Hooker
ordered his Stid, anir the members of Italia
Staff Departments at headquarters; to dispense
addled their baggage;- including valises, car
pet bags, &c., and they Were sent to the rear
to day. AU they _take ie a change of under;
hiothing, rolled in their blankets, or lint
thee saddlebags or pockets, _wherever most
convenient. Headquarters goes in , lighter op
den than anything elese. • -
Notwithatanding th immense -- heat, there is
very little straggling. A strong Provost Guard
of cavalry brings tip the rear of each corps, anal
everythieffmovta with great vigor.
The direction of our march may be spoken of
prokably in a day "or two, when it will have 'be•
coda appareneto g., q
A curious teat connected - with the late cav
alry tight I must not fomet to relate before the
recollection of the fight has died away. t
Couple of days after the fight, General Meson
,ton's command made a requisition for grind.
Stones With which to grind op theii sabres. Thiele
a positive feet, and illustrates very pointedly
the as t* of the contest. Hand-to-hand it
was in etirinet. L. L. GROHNEE.
Wasurscrrou s listunday, June 18. •
T e. AeronaMk carp' of the Army
of ;;the y
Potomac, been dispensed with, and the - cal
i con and inflating appiataihshatt been sent to
;this oil. -
The severel army tom are steadily assuming '
the positions resp ectively assigned to them:
!Ate fi rst army '
on Sunday, marched. 2B
miles, on Monday 15; and on Tuesday 30 miles.
This, considering the trauma heat - of the weir
that and previous long:marches, is an . retract- 1
Binary performance. -:The distant* the corps
marched is not 'known, brit was pro- 1
bably -miles. Other, corps have made rapid
marches. but none have accomplished, so great
TROBI : FEZD ' =OKI
POUTION OF. THE REBEL -at=
irainnaCtr, Md sane 20.
The rebel cavalry left .Ifoonidoo l fait Oe
r. - *Her caPturing a number of *Omsk air&
returned to Haituratmrn. One regiree;44g
infentotand a hatterrof -eAttery-wii*
ser oywn yeiteditro . •
81.-thouayad'isillatcYlia it44/04 Ai, .114 v.
,-; at ii',lllktmbet it km*, Weed
that theyaili visitriedmick.
of the Potomac, under Qat. Bhodes. Two re
d ts of infantry and a squadron of cavalry
PRICE "ONE CENT.
are at Sharpabrirg and the remainder are en
camped between Williamsport and ItagaratOwn-
No . artillery has been sent over, nor have any
troop 9 crowd elnce yesterday morning.
Gen. EvreLl has let Williamsport and gone
toward the main body. Ma command is ata •
timed at Charlestown.
Lees army is not known to be within sup
portiog,distance of Ewell, and it is very prolra
[Ay that the rebel force now in "Maryland, will
not penetratelatther morth.
The cavalry force nombera•alx?yt 1,200, un
der Jenkins, and the party will& Putt advanad
The Repartwi 134ittle at Cwitrevilte
The report of a battle atVerurevilia.between
the. Federal army and the rebel formls pith
out any foundation in truth. W ttve •
There is lailiefed toile infantry force of the
enemy this aide of the Bull Run mou n tain s.
Capture of the Rebel Steamer at Canton,
• Wrikniaretr. Tune 21.
The ElObritoted Diiptleisof the 20th contains
Dittpatchee received in this city yesterday
frorp. - Savannah, announce - the capture by the
enemy of the Confederate ironclad steamer
Atlantic. .She was formerly tne English steamer
Magni, and . wts commanded by Capt. Webb.
She steamed out of the harbor, and was cap
tured after an fiction of thirty minutes - by tiro
• _ Wrecks of. Destroyed Vessels..
New Yeas, June 2L
The pilot boat Isaac Webbreports on the 17th
having passed a quantity of burned materials
of vane's, planks, spare, Bte.
On the 19th, in latitude 44.80, longitude
58.80, heard ten or twelve guns fired in quick
sucmssion in a ioitthwestdirection, supposed 15
Miles distant. •
OVER 10 cratrzins
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PiAl2l Rams, strictly prima.
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