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MORNING AND EVENING,
By GEORGE BERGNER.
Ogre Third Street, near Walnut.
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no equal, its large circtdation, among business
men and fatnilies, iu city and
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JOSEPH F. iIIeCLILLAS, PROPRIETOR.
(RBOENTLY CONDUCTED BY MELD) 00171IBLY.)
This is a First Class Hotel, and located in the
central part of the city. It is kept in the best
manner, and its patrons will find every accom
modation to be met with in the best houses in
the country. se3o-dtf
B. T. BABBITT'S
Concentrated Condensed or Pulverized
TERM gallons of handsome white SOFT
I. SOAP made in five minutes. No grease
DrascrioNs.—Dissolve one pound of B. T.
Bab.litt's Concentrated Condensed or Pulverised
Soft Soap in one gallon of boiling water, then
add two gallons of warm water. When cool
you will have three gallons of Handsome White
Ten pounds will make one barrel of soft soap.
The soap thus made is an excellent wash for
trees, shrubs and plants of all kinds.
Just received and for sale by
.WM. BOCK, JR., & CO.,
trly27] Market st., opposite the Court- House.
AT HOME CARDS.
BYa special arrangement with one of the
beat engravers in the country, cards of any
description will be executed in the highest style
of art, conformable with the latest fashion, and
supplied prom ptly,at lo wer prices than are charg
ed by the etationbis in New York or Philadel
phia. For samples arid prices.call at
mch9tf -:BKlisablEit'S BOOKSTORE.
TATINDow SitADES of- linen, gilt-bordered;
Y and PAPER BLINDS of an endless van
sty of designs and ornaments ; also, CURTAIN
FIXTURES and TASSELS at very low prises.
Call at SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.
PINE APPLE, SALMON,
OYSTERS, SPICED OYSTERS,
For sale b • WM. DOCK, Jr. & CO.
BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS!
ILLA ROE and splendid stock of Pocket and
Presbyterian, Methodist, Luthelan, German
liefoimcd;,anel other Hymn Books, just recxthr
ed at BERG'NEB'S CHEAP ButABTOBIE.
CGAL OIL, a further reduction in Coal Oil,
superior article of non-explosive Coal Oil,
for sale very low, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
mrl i Cor. Front and Market fits.
DHOTOGBAPH ALBITMS chastely bound
1. and clasped—for sale at
i 9 18 Market Street.
Different colored double varieties; White
Fringe, Purple Fringe, or Mist Tree, and other
shrubbery, at Keystone Nursery. J. MISH.
DEEDS, Mortgages, Power of Attorney,
Bonds and Justices' Blanks for sale at
niy2 THEO. F. SOHJEFFEH'S Bookstore.
WALL PAPER,HOILDFIRS &c., &c:, sold at
last year's prices, without any advance.
tipB SOREFFER'S BOOKSTORE, -.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
ULM IN SIX TO TWELVE HOURS.
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Oure_Wanranterl, or No Charge, in from One to
Weakness of the Back, Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary dis
charges,: Impotency, General Debility, Ner
vousness, 'Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confnsioir- of Ideas, Palpitation of the
/kart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight
or "Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat,
&use or:Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs,
Stcmach or Bowels—those terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—
those secret and solitary practices more fatal to
their victims than the song of Spoils to the
Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most bril
liant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
YOUNG MEN -
E3pecially, who ifive b,OCOEGLO the - victims of
Solitary Vice, that dreadful and- destructive
habit which annually sweeps tb an rru2timely'
grave thousands of Young Ken of the most
exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who
might Otherwise have entranced listening Sen.
ates with the thunders of eloquence or waked.
to ecstasy the living lyre, may call with full
Married Persons . , or Young Hen contemplat
ing Marriage, being aware of physical weak
ness, prganic debility, deforMities, &c., speedily
He who places himseltunder • the care of Dr.
J. may religiously confide in his honor as a gen-
Homan, and confidently rely upon his skill as a
Immediately Cured, and full vigor restored.
Tbis distressing affection,—which renders life
miserable and marriage impossible—is the pen
alty paid by the victims of improper indulgence..
Young persons are too-apt to commit excesses
from not being aware of the dreadful conse
quences that may ensue. Now, who that un
derstands the subject will pretend to deny - that
the poWer of procreation-is hist Sooner by thoee
falling into improper habifil - than by the pru
dent. Besides being deprived the, pleasures of
healthy; offspring, _the 'most serious and destruc
tive symptoms to both --body and mind arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and
mental functions weakened, loss of procreative
power, nervous irritability, dyspepsia, palpita
tion of: the heart, indigestion, constitutional
debility. a wasting of the frame, cough, con
sap:option, decay and death.
C . r j
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Orsion, No. 7 Bourn Faiosarox Smarr,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a
few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe
name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp.
The Doctor's Diploma hang in his office.
Member of the Royal College of Burgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one of the most, eminent
colleges in the United States, and the greater
patt of whose life has been spent in the hospi
tals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the most astonishing
cures that were ever known ; many: troubled
with ringing in the head and ears when asleep,
great 'nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
sounds, bashfulness, with frequent blushing,
attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
TAKE 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, loss of muscular power,
palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous
irritability, symptonis of consumption, 'lc.
ithIESTALLY.—The fearful effects on the mind
are much to be dreaded—loss of memory, con
fusion of ideas, depression of spirits, evil fore
bodings, aversion to society, self distrust, love
of solitude, timidity, &a., are some of the evils
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 frapossible, and. destroys both mind
and body, should apply immediately.
• What a pity that a young man, the hope of
his country, 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. Such persons sun, before contem
Reflect that a sound mind and body are the
most necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without these, the journey
through life becomes a weary pilgrimage : the
prospect hourly darkens to the view;
becomes shadowed with despair and filled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with onrown.
DTRRARF, OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary
of pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of
this painful disease, it too often happens that
an illtimed sense of shame or the dread of dis
covery deters him from applying to those who,
from education and respectability, can alone
befriend him. He falls into the hands of igno.
rant and designing pretenders, who incapable
of curing, filch his pecuniary sub stance, keep
him triflin4 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 poison, Mercury, hasten the constitu
tional symptoms of this terrible disease, each as
affections of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, etc.',
progressing with frightful rapidity till death
puts a period to his dreadful mdferings by send
ing him to that undisooverat country from
whence no traveller returns,
INDORSEMENT OE ME
The many thousands cared at this institution
year after year, and the numerous important
scergkal operations performed Dr. Johnson,
witnessed by the reporters of the • Runt ar
and many other papers, notices of which ve
ap p eare d again and again before the public, be=
std standing as a gentleman of character
and reaponsfidlity, is a sufficient guarantee to
on - zara, No. 7. OM llMlag $7.
$B49.li'X'X'IllEC:Ol = UlO
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SKIN •DISEASES SPEEDILY CUBED
HARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1863.
The Great "American Remedies,"
KNOWN AS "HELMBOLD'S"
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ
HELMBOLD EXTRACT " BUCHU,"
.4 !I SARSAPARILLA,
" IMPROVEED ROSE WASH.
FLUID, EXTRACT BUcHU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
For D6easee of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL„
AND DhOP.nICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine increases the power of Diges
tion, and excites the ABSORBENTS into' heal
thy action, by which the WATERY or CAL
CEROUS depositions, and all UNNATURAL
ENLARGEMEN IS are reduced, as well as pain
and inaammation, and is good for MEN, WO
MEN or CHILDREN.
HEMBOLD' S EXTRACT BUCHU
Arising from Excesses, Habits of - Dliipation,
Daily Indiscretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED W/TLI THE FOLLOWING SYHPIOII9 :
IndiSpOiltiOD to Exer-Dryness of the Skin,
tion, Lasatof Power,
Lose of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak , Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakelulness,
Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Back,.. '
Universe' Lassitude ofFiushing of the Body,t
the Muscular System,Eruptions on the. Face,
'Hot Hands, Pallid Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which
this medicine invariably removes, soon, follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one Of watch the patient - may e*pire. Who
can say 'that they ma_ tibt 'frequiiiitly followed
by those "direful &Rases." ----
ThISANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Mani are aware of the cause of their suffer
ings, but none: will confess.. The records of the
Insane Asylums and the melancholy_deaths by
Consumption, bear ample wlinessoto the truth
of the assertion.
THE INSTITUTION, ONCE AFFECTED,
WITH ORGANIC WEAKNESS, i
Requireii the aid of medicine to strengthen and
invigorate the system, which Ilehnbold's Ex
tract Bachu invariably deem A trial will con- 1
wince tile-most skeptical.
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, - MARRIED, •OR
In many affections peculiar to. females 'the
Extract Buchu is unequalled by any other
remedy; as in Chiorosis or Retention, Irregu
larity, Painfulness, or suppression of the cus
tomary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrous
state of the Uterus, Leucorrhea or Whites,
Sterility, and for all complaints incident to the
sex, whether arising from Indiscretion, Habits
of. Dissipation or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
NO FADHLY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Take no Baistun, bierehry,or Unpleasant Medi
cine for Unpleasant' and Dangerous Diseases. '
HEMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Cures Secret Diseases in all their stages; at lit
tle expense ; little or no change in diet ; no in
convenience and •no exposure. It causes fre
quent desire, and gives Strength to Urinate,
thereby removing obstruction's, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain!
and inflammation, so frequent in this class of
, diseases, and expelling Poisonous, Diseased, and
Wornout Matter. Thousands upon thousands
who have been the victims of quacks, and who
have paid heavy fees to be cured in a short
time, have found they were deceived, and that
the "Poison" has by the use of "powerful
Astringents," 'been dried upin the system, to
break out in an aggravated form, and perhaps
Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for
all Affections and Diseases of the Urinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female, 'from
whatever cause originating, and - no matter of
how long standing. Diseases of these organs
require the aid of a Diuretic. HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT BUCHU is the Great Diuretic, and
it is • certain to have the cleared effect in all
Diseases for which it is recommended.
Blood—Blood—Blood. Helmbeld's Highly
Concentrated Compound ELUID EXTRACT
SARSAPARILLA SYPHILIS. This is an affec
tion of. the Blood, and attacks the Sexual Or
gans, Linings of the Nose, Ears, Throat, Wind
pipe, and other Mucus Surfaces, making its ap
pearance in the form of Ulcers. Helmbold's
Extract Sarsaparilla, purifies the Blood, and
removers all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin, giving
to the Complexion a Clear and Healthy Color.
.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.
ray.MBOLD'I3 ROSE WASH.
An excellent Lotion for disown of a Syphi
litic-Nature, and as an injection in diseases of
the Urinary Organs, arising from habits of
dissipation, used in connection with the Ex
tracts Buchu and Sarsaparilla, in such diseases
as recommended. Evidence of the most re
sponsible and reliable character will accompany
the medicinea. CERTIFICATES OF CUBESI
from eight to twenty years standing, with
names known to Science and Fame. For
Medical Properties of Buchu, see Dispensary of
the United States. See Professor DEWEE'S
valuable works on the Practice of Physic. See
remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. PRY*
SICK, Philadelphia. See remarks made by Dr.
EPHRAIM McDOWELL, & celebrated Physician
and member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
Ireland, and published in the Transactions of
the Kings and Queen's Journal. See Medico-
Cirurgical Review, published by BENJ. TRA
VERS, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgerins.
See most of the late standard works on Medi
cine. Extract of Buchu $1 00 per blittle, Or
six for $5OO. Extract of Sarsaparilla, $1:00
per bottle, or six fcir $5 00. Improved Rose
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 °ogee, if direc
tions are adhered to. Delivered to any address,
securely packed from observation. Describe
symptoms in all communications. Cures guar
anteed. Advice gratis.
Personally appeared before me an Alderman
of the city of ;Philadelphia, H. T. Helmbold,
who, bethig duly sworn, doth say, his prepare-
Mono contain no narcotic, no mercury, pr, other,
injuriottadrugs, and are purely vegetable.
H. T. TIFIMPOLD.
Sworn` and subscribed before this 28d day
of November, 1864. W.M.-P.
Aldhinan, Ninth street ab.Kice, Phila._ -
'RAddress letters for information in , confidence.
H. T. HELMIXILD, Chemist.
Depot 104 South 10th street, below Chestmut,
From our Morning Edition
From information we can gather from tele
graphic dispatches and private sources, there
seems to, be no doubt that the.rehels are again
occupying Chambersbmg.. Some parties assert
that they are in great force, while ;:pthers,'Who
profess` to be equally reliable, assert that they
are'not meat as strong as represented. It is
certain, however, that they are again invading
the soil of Pennsylvania, and our forces must
now Advince and drive them off. What the
autborities,are doing would not be proper to
state. gen. Knipe,r ; with his force, is in the rd.,
ley, and Gen, Milroy is near Bedford with a
large cavalrt"fOrce. We may km expect a
collision, unless the rebels retire. We hope
that the farmers in the surrounding country
through which the rebelimay be pre
pared. to join t our forces at once and drive the
maraudenifrom our spit.
Tite,rebeis;•who were yesterday within eight
miles:of Gettysburg, have reefeated over the
motktMins, and have no doubt joined their
forces at Chambersbnrg.. . ,
TEN eaLOOK, P. m.—Dispatches have just
been received. iron Capt. Boyd stating that the
rebels aic : sputh of Greenvillage and Clhauchers
burg, and that thelricum are not near as-large
Contrabands are arriving here constantly, and
it is really a distressing sight to see striall chil
then and women huddled together in wagons
they arrive here, with the little household pro-
party thatlhoy have gathered together In a life
time. Many of>. them Axe„,euryingonter-Ohlag
they,possess on'their backs or in small bundles.
We observe that correspondents here
are making complaints agninst some of our
business men for charging exorbitant prices
for goods sold to soldiers. We have heard of
"similar CoMplaints, and have done our best to
obtain the names of persons who are guilty, but
•we cannot obtain any evidence sustaining any
of the'coinAnints., On the other hand, the ,
loyal citizen's are spending their means to make
the soldiers as conifortable as possible. If any
man living here does not do his duty towards
those who came here ,to defend our soil, we
will be the first to expose them.
- The town, however, is full of pedlere, men
and women, who have no habitatioh heie, who
are selling their goods for whatever they can
obtain, and if they are guilty of imposing on
the soldiers let them be sent off. The soldier
has the rt medy in his own hands, and we shall
not blame him if he exercises it.
FROM PORT HUDSON.
The Bombardment Vigorously Maintained.
NEW YOBS, June 23.
The flaw Orleans correspondents, per steam er
Locust Point, state that one siege batteries had
been opened on Port Hudson, and that a con
tinuous rain of shot arid shell was being .poured
into the enemy's works. Several buildings,
supposed to contain commissary stores, were
destroyed, and the rebels are known to be suf
fering in killed and wounded. An expedition
had driven away a force of rebels collected at
Clinton. Captain Perkins, of our 2d Louisiana
cavalry, was killed in the skirmish. Deserters
coming into our lines report the rebel strength
to be "at least ten thousand. The men were
well;clothed, but suffering for food. Twenty
five or thirty of our men are daily added to the
killed and~ wounded by the enemy's sharp
Captain Hart, of the gunboat Albatross, had
committed suicide by blowing out his brains
with a pistol while insane from fever.
A rebel telegram froth Mobile, of the tith,
says that the 'rebels have repulsed our troops
twenty-seven times at Pqrt Hudson, and that
aid is close to hand: • .
A courier arrived at Jackson from POrt Hud
son, states that the Federals have been severely
punished—that the garrison has sixty days
provisions and will hold out to the last.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of the Skiamship-9aanda.
OAPH BAWD; Jima 28.
Ihe royal mail steamship Canada, with ad
vice's from Liverpool to the. 18th and Queens
town the 14th, was intercepted at this point at
eight o'clock en. Monday evening.
The steamer City of Cork, from Liverpool on
the 12th and Queenstown on the 13th, was also
boarded on Monday evening.
President Lincoln, through minister Adams,
has returned his warm thanks to the Liverpool
Emancipation Society for their friendly , address.
,The announcementof the surrender of. Puebl a.
was received with satisfaction on 'Change in
Londbn, and Mexican bonds advanced 248 i
• All the telegraph wires from. Warsaw have
been destroyed. -; - _
The ship Charles Hunt, ashore near Bremer
lifwv4;* - haa got OIL
• - LATEST COMMERCIAL. ' 4
Lrtrin*oisti:litite-15:—Cotton is firmer balm,
chang4 The breadstisirs - market is dull but
steady: Previsions are flat.
I , 4anot =
Jtitie 18.COnstdrifIlia9 2 1r percent.;
Illinois Central shares 3014(§),81,4- per cent.
dicsonnt ; Erie 6944200 i.
The steamer China, from New York, arrived
at Liverpool on Saturday.
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
General Pleaminton's Cavalry Fight.
HEADQUARTZPZ ARMS or THE Poromso,
June 23, 1 863.
General Pleasanton had the greatest cavalry
fight on the 21st inst. that has set taken place.
Early on Sunday morning he advanc, d on the
enemy at a point beyond Middleburg, being
supported by Gen. Barre's division of infantry.
A fight ensued, wh,ch was kept up all day,
Stuart being driven steadily, with 'heavy , loss,
clear into Ashby's Gap, - beyond Upnerville, a
distance of twelve miles. General Pleasanton
captured two.guns, one a "Blakely," and three
caissons, and blew up a fourth. He also cap
tured upwards of one hrindred pawners, in
'chiding one Lieutenant Colonel;one - Mejor and
five other officers.
The enemy left their dead aud wounded on
the field, and in the town of Upperville,a large
number of wounded rebels Re.re found.'
General Pleasanton describet the engagement
as a most disastrous day to the rebel cavalry.
Oar cavalry behaved with the greatest intre
pidity, and, se usual, did great execution with
the sabre. Stuart has fortified Astiby'S Gap with
artillery, and probably bold it against our
further advande. Considering. the extensive
nature of the ft,ght,qur loss [slight and will not ,
exceed in killed, Wounded and missing one
hundred 'and seventy-llva. The enemy left a
10 pound Parrot gun carriage on the field. They
protably threw tbe.gnn into Goose creek after,l
it was. dismantled. Two rebel colonels me
fkitown.to have been killed.
Gen. Vincent's infantry Brigade (Butterfield's
old command,) were activelly engaged, and be
haved With great courage. Gen. thiford'scav
airy column opened en the rebels and success
fully drove a large force of the enemy b.fore
him and Captured a number' of prisoners, in
cluding do Lieutenant Colonels. The cavalry
justly feel grateful over their late exploits, and
the infantry partake of , the same 13 Ora, and are
now ready to back up the cavalry in their
achievernunt. Nur hundred. wagon loads of
wounded are reported by the Citizens - to have
been taken through the Of% but this is be
lieved/4o bean exaggerated statenient. ,
The, Rebels Driven ont of Frederick,
FREDERICK COUNTY CLEAR OF REBELS
RESUMPTION OF TRAINS.
OCCUPATION. OF = .LERIBITAG.
LATIUM !BOX FaiDKEtICK:
BaraTuoni, rune 28.
We learn thatwdetachment of United States
Regular Cavalry, horn Washington, was yester
day sent to operate against the rebel scouts
who have been prawling about Frederick and
vicinity for several days past. On reaching
Mount Airey they found a picket on the road,
and drove them into Frederick capturing a
portion of them.
Without halting to inquiie as to the number
of the enemy in Frederick, they dashed in after
the flying, pickets, and after a brief skirmish
through the streets, drove the entire force out
of the city and pursued them until they crossed
South Mountain, some twelve miles from Fred
erick. The enemy did not number over two
hundred, and their horses being fresh, they sue
cOded in out-running our cavalry. They re
ported huit night from Frederick that there was
not believed to be an armed rebel in the whole
The intelligence from Frederick this morn
ing is that, with the exceptiorrof three rebel
scouts, the whole force of the enemy is west of
South Mountain in the vicinity of Boonaboro'
and Hagerstown, and at Williamsport. Toe
whole rebel: force in Maryland is believed not
to exceed seven thousand, and little or no credit
is given to the dispatches from - Harrisburg an
nouncing that the enemy is again moving in
force on Pennsylvania. With the exception of
Cairo, we know of no locality so famous for
unreliable intelligence as Harrieburg.
Whilst the rebels occupied Frederick they
opened a recruiting office and obtained a =d
eer of recruits. Lathe panic at the approach Of
the yFederal cavalry these recruits were left
bahind, and were captured. Had the horses of
our cavalry not been worn out they would
have captured the whole party.
OCCIIIIATION OP LIATORIECI.
.We have received information this morning
that the whole line of the Potomac on the Vir
ginia Bide of the river up 19 and beyond Lees
bark, was yesterday in the possemion of Prd
oral troops, a large force occupying that town.
This, of course, relieves the Maryland side of
the Potornto om raids from that direction.
The trainsconsequently commenced to run again
to Frederick this morning, and the city being
in our possession. regular communication will
probably be re-established as far as Harper's
DIEfTEUGTION OF RAILROAD BRIDGES.
There has been another great destruction of
the bridges of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad,
by the rebels. It is believed that every bridge
on the line of the road, from Harper's Perry to
Cumberland, a distance of over 0119 hundred
miles; has been swept away. These include the
bridges over the Opequan, North Branch,piciu
Branch, Patterson's Creek, County Road, Gre.t
Crampon, Little Cacapon, and Evett's Creek.—
This last bridge had never been destroyed by
the enemy before, but it is now known to be a
FR4j3t MOITLAND HEIGHTS
The information from Maryland Heights this
morning indlcates the presence:of the enemy in
the mountains only in email force. Their camp
fires were visible in the distance, but no attempt
had been made on the part of the energy to ad.
trance on that poet. The town of Harper's
Ferry, was still'notninalry in our possmsion. No
rebels had yet appeared there, and-the bridges
were fully protected by our gnus.. . The nearest
rebel force is about five miles distant, at Little
TEUM iraGgiursowi. ;
The - rebels are understood to.be in-conidders,
bi n fo rm et Hagerstown, andthwire.tlgo wujont
thee :pickets awl are „ingking „ndde, in the
n eighboring counties of Pennsklwuda. ' The
whokforce there is not bettered to exceed sit
PRICE ONE CENT.
Rebel Evidence of the Worthless-
ness.of Rebel Money
When the rebel steamer Calyx was captured
by the United States steamer Florida, while on
her way from Nassarr to a port in North Caro
lina, a rebel mailbag was found on board, frcm
which the following curious letters were taken
A GEORGIA 30111011AAT TO 018 PARMA.
Dear Brother—. ° If lam aot mis
taken some of the blockade runuera will lose
a pile of money, as co, federate money is be
coming - et such a discount they cannot get price
enoughontbe goods to pay the difference of
exchange, as all goods have to be paid in gold
or sterling exchange, and all ireignts prepaid,
and then take all chances of getting them
through,, besides paying duties on them at
Charleston. Some of the blockade non here
think the nett steamer from Dixie will bring
bbd news, and there will be a much greater
discount on confederate money—say seven or
eight hundr, d - dollars for one hundred in gold,
and my opini .n is it will soon be worthless
Yesterday I bought here (Nassau) five hundred
dollars in confederate money at feu. cents on the
dollar, and some was sold here for even agreater
disciount. So you can see what the people here
think of Dixie money, and in fact no one here
will take it at any price for goods or thelteight
money ; and if I had a million of gold dollars
I would not invest one dollar here and take the
chances of getting through and take confeder
"If you. have any confederate money on
hand when you receive this, get clear of it on
the best bums you pmeibty can, and in futile
do not take any more confederate money, only
at what you can sell it for sold; and turn it into
gold as soon as Sou receivelt. The best invest
ment of confederate money is good sterling
exchange, the - next is gold • or silver, and the
!text is cotton, for sinner or inter, lam confident,
confederate money Ink not be worth the paper et is
made on ,
altpui4bl may be mistaken. a a a
"Yours, truly, J. B. JAQBES.
" Messrs. J. B. Jaques St. Bto:;Volumbus, Ga."
lhis is the testimony of a rebel merchant,
whose exodus from the South seems to have
opened his eyes to the hopelessness of the rebel
lion. According to hisstutements, confederate
money' is already at such a fearful discount that
the English merchants of Nassau, favorable-as
they armlet the rebels, refuse to have anything
to do With it ; white according to the following
confederate bonds are still more untiavo
ry in their costribt...- --
A RICHMOND AGINT'II TINTIMONY.
NABSUA, Jane 3,1868.
' Win. E. Sinniums, Richmond, Va:
Daut. *o oI have not
been able to find saleof the bonds, though there
has been sales, heretofore, but now no one seams
ready to buy. I could sell at 45 cents, but am
not willing to sell at that figure. I have con
cluded to deposit them in a house here, to be
disposed of at a fair price,
and proceed myself to
New Yorh, as we talked of before my departure
from Richmond. Until my return I shall not
be able to make any shipment to you. [Prob
ably intends to buy goods in New York.] .
"The feeling here by residents seems to be in
favor of the South, but I do not think it exists
any further than dollars and cents are concerned.
They are all making money out of the war,and
do not care, in my opinion, how long it may
last. As to England herself, trom what I can
see and hear, she is in fitor r f the South, on
account of the gallantry shown by Southern
soldiers, and would be willing to recognise ber,
providing she ould enumcpate her slaves, which
can never be done.
A Rebel Steamer on the Coast.
New Yens., June 28
An arrival here reports that on the 14th inst.,
in lat. 84 deg. 88 min., long. 72 deg., passed a
ia~gasciew steamer, painted lead color, having
two masts and two smulte stacks, and showing
the rebel flag.
The Position of Lee's Army.
NEw YOBS, June 28
A dispatch from General Hooker's head
quarters, tilted yesterday, says it is braved a
doubt that the enemy's main infantry force,
including the corps of A. P. Bi 1, is on the im
mediate western slope of the Blue Ridge, be
tween Snicker's Gap and Winchester.
Arrival of a Prize.
NEW Yeas, June 28
The British trig Isabella Thompson arrived
here this morning, a prise to the gunboat
United States. She was captured on tue 19th
instant, on suspicion of having run the block
ade. The captain reports that he was from
Nassau fur Halifax. The cargo consists of 87
bales of cotton and 489 barrels turpentine.
20,000 Et= n t r th e
.Naw JEMMY, selected,
Eve= AND Swim% evertor.
MICHIBIB:8 Hiromarea, canvassed.
Mronnures.Exesunon, not aummareed.
hum CM; CDAVADIed. -
IRON Cfri, not.amersused.
Pram Hems, strictly prises.
COUNTRY Hems. any Jim..
Each ham sold will be guaranteed- as repre
sented. WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
Lvs= RENNET yields with milk the most
luscious of all deserts for the table.; the
lightest and-most grateful diet for invalids and
children. Milk contains every element of tee
bodily constitution ; when coagulated with
rennet it is always light and easy. of digestion,
and sapporbithe system with the least possible
excitement. When still greater nutritive power
is desired; cream and sugar may be added.
A teaspoonful Converts a quart of milk into a
film curd,. Prept" and sold, wholesale and
retail by ' S. A. SUNICKE4
Mys 118 Marketstreet.
WITTING FLUIDS —Boss' AineficaniWzit
ing Fluid, a splendid Ink; at 62 wits
Per quart; 'S spenuiss:. Wm* Fluid,
. . fixers Cokunbose , Writing- tt Florid;
' MIMS & BIISRFIEWS Ink, Copying
lbk Carmine and Bed Inks of the best quality ;
Blue Ink, Mumbsge, &a., at
ap6 saamsa's BOOKSTORE.
"NeeAu, June 7.