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AND ALL iCINTA OF
AVE just opened a large and well selected
,tock of goods at their stand, No. 3 Market Square,
. arrieburg, to which they invite the attention or the
'ulna- generally. nolo-dly
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT
VaIOLESA4E AND RFPAIL DEALER IN
f 4 Fig
Mallow Gum Drop=.,
Cream Chocolate Drops,
Plain Candies, Se., &v.
Orang...; and Lemons,
• Teas and :Spices, all kinds,
11' Paper Bags,
and Salt Fish in sea.
, nltrz in season
T i MPORTEB,S
WINES AND LIQUORS.
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128 SOUTH 1%.'
Brrwaint cumarnrr A: 0 WALNUT,
P ItILADEL -
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LARGE INVOICE OF NEW
Just received at.
TOY BOOKS, GAI4IES; Large as
sortment of Toy Books, Games, &c., just received at
uol9 SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE, Harrisburg.
XT E W BOOK S.-THE !SHOULDER
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APPLES. -200 barrels of New York State
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- lIDIAS discovered the most certain, speedy
_ and'effectual remedies in the world for
A flare -.Warranted, or. No Ohorge, zmfrom One
Weakness of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Impotency, General De
bility:, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
'COrtfusiop',of Ideas,'Palpitatiop - of the Heart, Timidity,
Tremblitigs, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the
Head, Throat,Neke or Skin, ;Affections of the Liver,
Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those terrible dfscirders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those 'secret
and solitary practices more-fatal to their victims than the
song of Syrens'to the Marlriers of Ulysses, blighting their
most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
it e., impossible.
Especially, who have becomo the victims of Solitary vice;
that dreadful and destructive habit which annuallyisweeps
to au untimely grow°, thousands of Young Men ; ofthe
most exalted' talents and brilliant intellect, who might
otherwise hmtentritimed listening Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence or *aired to eetasy the living lyre, may .
call with full confidence..
Married persons, or. Young Mar contemplating marriage;
being aware of, phyaleal weal:nose, &garde deblllty„ defer-
Sr.c.,•speediVenred: • •
HOwho.iilackkhlmielf under the care of Dr. J. may re
ligioualy conllde In his; honor as a gentleman, and email
dourly rely upon his skill • sea rtiyslcian.
InitriediatelY Mired, and full vigor restored.
This distreasingallbotionwhich renders life miserable
and marriage impossible=la the Peasltylpaid by. the
time of in3proper" indulgence. Young persons arettoo apt
to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful
consequences that may ensue. Now, - who that under.
stands the subject will pretend to denyithat the; poWer of
procreation is lost sooner by those failing :into ;improper
habits than by the prudent., Besides being, deprived the
pleasures of healthy blilispring,Alie most serious and de
structive symptoms - to.. both' body and mind arise.
Thesysterd becomes deranged, -the physical and mental
functions weakened, loss. of procreative power, nervous
irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion,
'constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame, cough, con.
sumptichi, decaY and . death.
Left hand side going fruni-Biltimore - street, a few doors
from the corner.. Sail liot to obserse name and number.
Letters must. ho Paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's
Dipiomas hangin his race. •
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, grad
uate. from one of tbe most, eminent colleges .in the United
Stites, add the greater part of whose life
_has be6n Spent
in the hospitals. of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some ot the ;most. aptonisto4,g cures
that were ever known ; many troubled.withringing,in the .
head add .ears when asleep," great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness; with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
These are some of the sad and malancholv effects pro
and limbs, pains itathxlfiatid, dimness of sight, loss of
muscular power, palpitation Or the heart, dyspepsia, Fier:
vows irritability, symptoms of consumption, &c.
laivrimv.—The fearful effects on lho - miad are winch
to be dreaded—loss of memory,' confUsion of ideas, `de.'
premlon'of spirits, evil forebodings, aversion to society ;
self distrust,, love of solitude, timidity, ke., are! some of
_ . • "
Cocoa Nuts . , ,
Hominy and Beans,
Cakes and Crackers,
SnMet and Irish Potatoes,
Green and Dried - Fruits,
And .Country z Produce in
Who have injured themselves .by certitiu, practice in
dulged in when alone, a -habit frevently, learned from
eril companions, or at schoal; the effqcts whlbh: are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible ? and drentys both mind and body,
uhould apply, immediately. , . ;
What aptty that a young man, the - horieCt his &witty;
the darling of lila iiirentS, should besnatched front all,
prospects and: enjoyments , or life, bribe' ionsemieriqe ef .
deviaang from the
_path of nature and indulging
certain seeret habit . Snell persons 'scar, before content=
plating - • • . .
Reflect that r sound mind and body arc the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial happinesS: • luderar, With
out these,. the Journey through. , life ;becomes a Iciffirys
grimagel.- the rifospect! hourly darkens, to this view I the
mind. becomes shadekved:with,despair and,olled with the
melancholy reflection that the...happiness • of another; bc,
comes blighted with our, own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
Gods be has imbibed the seeds of this painfulidtse4e it
WO often happens that an Unlined sense of shame or the
dread of discovery deters.bina front applying to those r whe
from - education and respectability, , ean alone hefriendbina.
He falls into the hands of ignorant and designing pretend:
,Ira, who, incapable of curing,fileh his pecuniary
s otto° keep him trilling MOnth'after month, larnahnighis
the Nriallest, fee coo be obtained, audit* deatialileave Inm
w ith rained health fo sigh over WO disappotribitent,
or, by - the use of 916 deadly .poibon, Heronry; hasten the
constitutional symptoms of this terribledisuchasiffec
tions Of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, etc„ progressing
with frightful rapidity: Jilt dealt puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings bysending him to that undiscovered
country from whence no traveler rdturns.
WM. DC:ICI - C., & COQ
FOR TABLE USE,
Nei. DOCK, JR., & CO
The many thousands cured at this institution year'after
- year, and the numerous imporbutt surgical operations
performed by Dr.:Johnson, witroASed -by . the reporters of
the o' . al&C/inie?:; and many ether papers,lnotices of i•hich
tia s.a ppe,,'lraktitain and again heferelthe. , ptiblie, btuddei
s t ssi diupas.k gentleman76 - frelfirant4 'and 'responst
bility,4in sufficient guarantee to the ODOM&
WAt. DOCK., -..ht.; &CO.
DISEASES OF -MPRUDENCE
RELIEF IX SIX_TO TWELVE HOURS
NO IaRROGRY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
to Two Days
OFFICE No. 7, §9yrri FREDERICK STREET,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
DISEASE OF. IMPRUDENCE
INDORSEMENT OF -Tlib PRESS.
SKIN DISEASES. SPEEDILY ()TIRED
Office No. 7 South Frederick Street.
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, JANTARY 26, 1864.
66 11. E .11
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GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ:
REI,MBOLD EXTRACT "BUCHU,
lIELMBOLD ETTRACT SARSAPARILLA
lIEL,VBOLD IMPROVED ROSE WASH:
ITEL,MBOLD I S
°'HI9r,HJ.Y OO2IOR RITEVoI
FLUID; EXTRACT BUCHU,
A POSITIVE A:?1,1:r SPECIFIC REMEDY
FOR DISEASES OF 1111
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL
- .AND DEOPSIGAI SWF 4 LLING ? Si
THIS Medicine increases the power of
gestion, and excites the ABSORBENTS into health?'
ictibn, tn.'WlAch the WATERY or , CALCEROLIS
Dons, aid all ITINTNATIMAL, EN,LA.R9E.MENTS are
duced, as welt as pain laid and is good roy
MEN, WOMEN or CHILDREN.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT 13liCHUI;
irking from Excesse3, Habits of Dissipation, Duly 19
• Axlbicretton or Abuse,
WITH THE FOLT..OI7NO SYMPTOMS:
. . .
Indisposition to Errtion, Diyness of the Skin,
Loss of Memory,' • • doss of Power, • .
Weak Herres, • Dlthoulty of Breathing :
Horror of Disease, Trembliqg,
Dimness of Vision, - Wakefulness,
Universal. Lassitude of tho Pain in the Back:, ..,
Muscular System, •, EluShing of the Body,
Hot Rands, • Eruptions on the Face,
Pallid Countensee, '
These symptoms, if allowed tq go on, .whielt this :meth
ne invariably removes, soon follow ,
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS.
In one of which thelietient rmay expire. Who can say
that they are not frcauntly -followed by those t‘pilryfld
diseases," - - '' • " • .
nisiouTy ob CONSUMPTION
Many are aware of the cause of their sufferings, bit
none will confess. The kr ords of the insane asylums and
the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample wit
ness to.the truth otthe assertion. .
THE goNsTiTorrox, ONCE AFFECTE4
- WITE :01c4ANTO •WF,AKNF4SS,
Requires the 'aid of Medicine to strengthen. and InNigit t .o
the system, :Which HelMholOs Rictrict Buchu . 7ittifetia r .
dOes. A trial will ;oduritice , the most ; skeptietd, • ' .
cmb'lmt YOUNg •SEiNori.E, ifARRIW);•• OR coNTEO
- 4,11.11.1A6E. •
In many affectionsTeduliar to. females the Extract Bu
ohu:is unequalled liy.any,other remedy, as in Chhosisior
Retention, Irregularity,, Painfulness, or suppreesion of the
eustoaty'E'vacuations, or Soliirrous state of ilia
UteruaLeueorrhewor Whites; Sterility, and for all co)n;
thesex,:whether arising from Indisae
DECLINE OR , CHANGE OF LIFE.
NO FAMILY ' SHOUtD BE: WITHOUT IT
Take no Balsam, Afercury, or Unpleasant Medicine for
gnp . leasant and Dangerous Dißnases.
HELMBOLD'S-EXTRACT BUCH U,
Cures Secret plenum in 'all their sieges; at littig even - se;
little or no change in diet; no inconvenience and no expo
sure. It causes frequent desire, and gives strength , to
grbqkte; thereby,,removing i ,ob4ructiona n preventing! and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, 'snaking pen and Milani
mation, so frequent in this-class of diseases, and expelling
-Poisonous, Diseased,- and Wornout Matter. `Thousands
'Upon thousands whohaVe been the-victims of quacks, and
who have paid heavy fees.to be cured in &short time, have
found they were deceived and that the "Poison" lia.stby
the use of "powerful Astringents," been dried up in the
to break qut in au aggravated form, and perhaps'
after marriage.. •'' • ' •. •
• Use . por.res EXTEACT-BUCH(J for all I affectiOns
ind'lnstases of - the UrinarrOrgarisi-whether existing in
Halo; orFemale fromwhataver cause originating, andi uo
matter of how, long standinngg Diaeawges orthepe Organs
require the aid — ota = Dlurette: u- VlVlAttiotp , S ErEtRACT
-Wow) the , Great Diuretic:, and it is certain to haviithe
desired .ellect Diseasui -for which it :is rer.,eraL
Blood—Blood—Blood. Helmhold's Highly Concentra
ted Compound FLIIIDEXTRACT SARSAPARILLASYgIif-,.
Lid. This is an affection of the Blood, and- attackr.the
I Sexual Organs, Linings,f the Nose; Ears, Throat, Wind
:pipe-and -fotherliumia-Sinfaces, making its appearance in
the form of Ulcers:, ...Helntheld!sExtraet Sarsaparilla pu
rifles the Blood, and removes all Scaly., Eruptions of= the
Skin . giVaglo the andlitailthy Color.
It tieing prepared expressly gir , Orechiss :of complaints,
its BleodanifyirigYrimertles arepreserVed to- a griatv
extelit than any otlter;preparatignor.-Sa,rpaparila:
HELIIROLD'S ROSE WASH
An excellent Lotion for diseases of a Syphilitic Nature,
and as an injection in diseases t or - the Urinary Organs,
'arisink from hablts'ordiaiination; ificatin connection with
th&Extracts Ruche. and Sarsaparilla, in such diseases als
tebOminended. - f Evidence of the most responsible and re,
liable character:will accompany the medicines. CERTIFI
CATES OF CURES from eight to twenty years standint , ,
With 'names known to Science and Fame. For Medical
Properties Of Ruche, 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.
PHYSICK, Philadelphia. See remarks made by.: Dr.
EPHRAIM IicEIOWELL, a celebrated Physician and mem
ber of the Royal College of Surgeons, and published in the
Tnmstte,tiow of the King's and Queen's Journal. i See
Medico-Chical Review, published by BENJ. TRAVERS;
Yellow of the' Royal College of .Surgeona :the most of
tho late stasdard worksnn Medicine. Extract of Dichu,
$1 00:per lxittle, or six bottles for $5 00. Extrabt of,
Sarsaparilla, $1 00 per bottle, or six for $5 00. Im
proved Rose Wash, 50 cents per bottle, or six for $2 50,
or half' a dozen each fbr $l2 00, 'Which will be sufficient..
ton-cure the most obstinate cases, if direetions arb adhered
to. Delivered to any address, securely Tacked - front ob-.
nervation Deserikm symptoms is all .communicaDons.
CoreStsmixdoed.: Advice gratis , .
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of city
of Philadelphia, EL T. lielmbold, who, being duly scorn,
doth say, his .preparations contain no narcotic, no :mer
cury, or other iojartous-drogs, arid are purely vegetable.
- Sworn and eubscribed befete.mti, this 224 day:or - No.
vember, 1854: .. W3L P. HIBBARD,
Alderman Ninth street, ab, Race, PII.O
Address letters for infbimatlon in confldenoe.
. Depot 104 Soutb 10th street, below Chestnut ,
I :rain the 9th, Penna. ava sy.
Correspondence of the Telegraph.]
CAMP 9THPA. CAVALRY, EAST TENS..
I , TRAR Moser CRF,HR STATION, Jan.-3d, 1864
Capt. Hancock, Co. Bof our regiment, is
about to start home on leave of absence.
This affords me an opportunity, in the entire
absence of mail faisilities, of dropping you a
line. Your letter from Indianapolis was re
ceived in Sparta before we crossed the moun
.We - have now been three weeks in East
Tennessee, having passed through Knoxville
one week after the termination of the siege.—
Cur division, under the command of General
Elliott, marched iren - tediately to Strawberry
Plains. After a few days delay, we marched
to New Market, nine miles northeast. Hera.
the two brigades separated, the second advan- ;
cing on Mossy Creek, and the first (ours) upon.;
Dandridge. To reach this place we left at 4
e. m., the morning of the 23d, and arrived at
about ten. After stopping to breakfast, we
marched on in pursuit ,of a brigade of rebel
cavalry said to be encarnped in the neighbor?
hood. About three miles north of Dandridge
we struck their pickets, and pushed on so
fast as almost to stampede the whole brigade:
The enemy retired 'immediately to a strong
position in a woods, between two wooded hills,
and near the French Broad. The flth Ponies!
was thrown linavard to feel the enemy, and' it
pelseible, smoke him out. The Ist East Ten ,
nessee held the right; and the 2d Michigan
the left, while two of our four pieces of artil;
lery Were holding forth from a hill in front.—
Matters appeared to be progressing finely,
when, apprehensive of a snare, our com
mander, Col. Campbell, of the gd Michigan;
recalled the advance. The 9th had not rem
gained the pesitien of the advanced artil
lery, when the lead horses, servants and
stragglers caine rushing forward in the utmoSt
haste and confusion. A rapid and heavy firing
was heard in the rear. The Bth Penna. being
this time the nearest to the scene of disaster,
Was ordered to charge immediately. Col,
dap gallantly led the charge with about *-
third of the regiment, all that he could get up
in time. The troops behaved extremely well,
and their gallant efforts were repaid by an im
mediate repulse of the rebels, and the rescue,
at the last moment, of two of our guns which
they had just seized. At the very commence
ment, of , the charge, lit. Theepiltis J. Mount 4,
companyE, was shot in the face,
and alinost instantly killed.. We drove the
enemy for some distance, when the Colo
commanding, fearing the return of the brigade XXXVITIth Congress---First
'of rebels, repulsed at the beginning of the at-,
dm, - Ordered the withdrawal of the 9th, and' SENATE.
ii:retreat lay the right flank. While the trop s
"-IVesinserost, Jan. 25.
Were being rallied, =ollie dead, - would d On motion, the Comiaittee on the judiciary
gathered together, a read. waadiseeirered,
„r a ke, imai n diatev, began.. were discharged from - the consideration of the
rebiffs — filttil a ftirif Momenta. attt cif resolution to expel Senator Davis, of Ken
charge and renewed the attack The--9 dick
aid the 2d Mich. covered our left flank; add Mr. Sumner (Mass.) presented' a bill . to
and: for about two miles, the, rebels had tq foe „
amend the 'act of July,' 1862',' prescribing an
beaten back and held ef Inty . at, every point' oath of office. Referred..
Onmotion, Mr. Davis the resolution to pi :
that presented opPortninty for defenei. pel him was made the special order 'to be coil.
The situation for about two hours` was eXe .
trereely critical; and the fighting Very.tiersiat- entered at one o'clock to-morrow.
rie and severe on both sides. Finally our Mr. Hale (N. H.) called up the resolution
into the affairs. of the Navy
. rte e
PerseverancetriuMphed, and the' rebels find: of inquiry
ii*they colild not swallow us 'whole concluded pertinent, Referred to a select . committee
to give up the effort.. Our regiment and the Ist •
East Tenn. bore the brunt of the 'fight, and to Mr. Hale 'said that (Mr naval forces would
them especially are dim: the honors. They have exceed those of the combined powers of
.beeii highly complimented by:the coramanding Europe, except Italy and Denmark; and eX-
General for their conduct im the occaSien. ceed by forty millions- the yearly.-naval ex-
Col. Jordan deserves more praise than any penses of England and France, in the Crimean
§ther individual. I have not time i to be more
. .On motion of Mr. SuliMei, 'the Senate pie:
particular at present.. We Marched-, over :to
New, Market, and next day came up tO.Mciasy ceeded to the consideration of the , Litile requir-
Creek, On the g7th our division; m :dude- in Senators to: take the oath.
don with ether :troops, made a heavy recdn- Mr. Saulsbury ,renrarked. that the import
noissance in front of..3ldisy Creek Statin.. once of the decision of the Senate - did not
The enemy held their ground so well,' and had depend upon the consideration of those which
so good a position; that it 'was not thought might hereafter arise. If it was contended
advisable to make an attack We retiredly that the act of July 17, - 1862, applied to Sin-
Our camp, after making a show of fight nearly ators and Representatives, he could conceive
all day. The day following our camp was of but one object -which the friends of the
moved forward to the enemy's position of the measure had in view in its passage, the °rein
previons day. Next day, 29th December, Ni-e sion of the States now in revolution from
were ordered to fall back slowly from otiripee: representation in Congress.
althea, in order to draw the enemy on better HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
ground. The rebels the bait very greed- WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.
and folloWed up our pickets very clos4y. , Mr. Cole introduced a bill to amend the act
They seemed to l think we had lost part of our for the Construction of the Pacific railroad, and
force, and advanced with great confidence. As a bill to ererde aSclibol fund out of confiscated
the two lima advanced with their several iines property. lieferied to the appropriate COM
slirmishers stretched across the valley, they mittees. -
presented a very fine sight indeed. Wlien Mr. Dawes, frorrr, Committee on Elections,
they arrived within half a mile of Mossy Creek reported a , resolution. that A., C. Field is not
Station, they were where we wished to have entitled to a seat as a representative from
them, and our forces opened on them. They Louisiana, and ariTi - a resolution that Joseph
attempted to flank us both on the right tind . Seger is' not entitled to a seat as representative
left, and then ._by_a_desperate attempt on from the First District of Virginia. These-re
our centre to take, our
,prinCipal battery. ports were ordered to be printed and were
Ccilenel 'Jordan, who Commanded the right laid over for.future consideration.
and supported the battery, made a charge Mr. McDowell (Ind.) offered a series of
on them, which drove them back, .and rebolutions declaring that the House fully
baffled this attempt.; On the left, where recognize the. fundamental provisions of the
mu-fere:es were commanded by Col. Campbell, Constitution which grants freedem of speech
the rebels made another very bold attempt.— and press, priyiliggs of the writ of Habeas
When they thought their object almost accom- Corpus, and, prevents illegal arrests and iin
plished, they found a regiment of infantry, !the pnsomnont, of citizens of loyal StateS. That
2nd Michigan' cavalry and the Ist East Ten- neither President nor other person can violate
nessee ready to receive them. A. heavy fusil- these rights; the resolution also reaffirms the
lade from the two termer, and a brisk charge doctrine to Constitution, &c.
by about one third of the latter, . settled ithe Mr. Washburne (Ill.) expressed a desire to
matter beyond dispute. Otur enemies left us debate the resolutions; they lie over.
the ground and a large number of their-dead. Mr. Edgerton (Ind.) offered a series of reso-
About the time these events occurred, the: 2d. lutions re-affirming the Crittenden resolution
division of cavalry came in on the right and as the basis. on which the war should be con
rear of the field. The enemy had began to rf.t. ducted, condemning the extraordinary . as
tire before this, but.the sight of such a poiver- sumptiou of executive power, and desiring
ful flank movement hastened' their steps. -We peace and restoration of. the. Union under be
had difficulty in following them with sufficient .uigu influences and without further waste of
rapidity, and by dark were inqinot possession blood, and deprec4ive of all revolutionary
of the ground relinquished in the morning. measures or policy as tending to , divide the
The artillery firing during the day's fight;was Union men of the country and intensify the
unusually severe, and very accurate on both - animosities of war. 'Debate rising, the reso
sides. Capt. Miller:lbattery (of New Castle, lution was laid over.
Indiana) had two mon killed and six wounded. Mr. Farnsworth, from the Committee on
A sergeant . and -- a corporal had their heads I - Unitary Affairs, reported back, with amend
blown off by the same ball, which struck their men% the bill reviving the grade of Lieutenant
gun as they were in the act of sighting it; A.: - General. The l'reSident is authorized to con
cannon ball, in one instance, passed between far it whenever he may deem it expedient, and
the legs of an officer, cutting the skirts of . with the advice and consent of; the Senate, on
his - coat, - and ripping the scams of . his p4nts. 'a commander "of..the army, to be selected
The same ball cut off the legs of two horses. t during the war, from those not below , the
One poor East Tennessee Captain was tor- 'grade. of a Major General, most distinguished
tally wounded almost -in sight of the horde of for courage, skill and ability, and who on
his childhood; and yesterday was buried by being .confirmed, shall command the armies
his-kindred living the vicinity. We lost of the United States. The Lieutenant Gen
several men in both of these actions, but no offi- oral shall be entitled to pay and allowances an
cer in the latter.. ..Our loss, that is. , of the thorized by existing laws, providing nothing
whole command, 'in the action of the 34th, in this act .shall be construed to - affect
Was sixty-five I , killed, wounded and! missing. rank, pay and allowanaes 7 to Lieut. , General
In the action of-the , 29th our whole "loss was. Scott; now the retiredlist of the army. --
about thirty. We; gathered thirty-4hr of -the; ME. , Farnsworth, in reply to, the . oicuption,
enemy's dead on the field of action, andlearn, -saidthePresident.could confer the brevet on
ed from citizens "in --the vicinity, that they . either a regular,army Major, General or" Major
hauled off in ambulances and wagons a - very. General ofoiolunteers. , , .
large number indeed We are well sat
isfied with the result of both efforts, as they
prove to our minds conclusively that we are
not afraid to stand up for our country and
God, and the honor of our noble State is still
safe in our keeping.
I have but time to say in conclusion that
we are now encamped in line of battle; all the
troops being in position. It is said the enemy
have been largely reinforce& and are attempt
ing a series of flank movements. Write to
me when you can. Give my most sincere re
gards td our clear friends. And believe me
to be as ever,
CHAPLIN 9TH PA. CAVALRY
Dio Jau. 25, 1864.
The Seuate met at 8 o'clock, P. ma., and was
called to order by Mr. TURRELL, who had
been deputed by the Speaker to act in his
The Journal was read and approved,
Mr. GLATZ moved that:when the Senate'
adjourned, it would adjourn to meet to-mor_-:
row, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
The motion was agreed to.
On motion of- Mr. REILLY. the Semite ad.!.
HOUSE OF REPICESEIMTIVES.
Momma., ;Tau. 26, 1863.
The House met at 74. r.
The SPEA_KEII, laid before the House thd
report of the Auditor General relative to free
Mr. PRICE made a personal explanation in
reference to his position on the question of the
navy yard at League Island.
Various petitions were presented:
Mr. WATSON reported, from the Commit ! .
tee of Ways and Means, with amendments,
joint resolution relative to the payment of the.
interest on the public debt.
Other bills of no public importance were
reported. • -
Mr. NEGLBY read in place a bill (which
was passed finally) to repeal au act relating to
the several courts of the county of Butler.
Mr. COCHRAN (Philadelphia) read in placC
an act relating to proceedings in partition.
Mr.' OLMSTEAD, an 40 , to amend the Com
mon School law. Adjourned. :.
On motion of Mr. Pendleton, the farther
consideratien of the bill was postponed till
MondaY; and House deficiency bill be con
sidered till adjournment.
If such was the object, the friends of the
measure must be considered as the rankest
disunionists, because to exclude any one who
had aided in any manner in the existing rev
olution, was to exclude these States from rep
resentation in Congress, and no other persons
could properly represent the Constitution to
show that a Senator was not an officer under
the United States Government, but as a repre
sentative of a State in a body, constituting r.
co-ordinate branch of the Government, which
body was part of the Government, and not r.
body under the Government. He cited Madi
son on the nature and power of our Govern
ment, and contended that the act of second
July and the proposed order, regarded the
Government as purely national and not fede
ral, while he denied, claiming that the Gov
ernment was chiefly federal and only in part
'bitterest - tag from Baltimore.
The Baltimore American of this morning, in
alluding to the addresses of Messrs. Hicks
and Swann before the Maryland Legislature
on Friday evening, says:
"Senator Hicks spoke very briefly, but
found opportunity to declare himself in favor
of prompt action by the State in reference to
Emancipation. There is, he declares, no
practical benefit in temporising over a subject
which has already been disposed of virtually
by current events.
"Mr. Swann was more distinct and emphatic
in his declaration. He declared immediate
emancipation the only remedy; avowed the
intention of himself and friends to push the
steed of emancipation with whip and spur un
til every valley and every hill-top shs.ll feel
the tramp of his glorious mission, and the
whole State of Maryland, from its centre to its
Circumference, shall be awakened to an edict
of universal emancipation." These are good
words, and if they be well supported by acts ;
then, as Mr. Swann said, "we are truly a
Col. Wm. S. Fish who, until recently, has
been. acting as Military Provost Marshal in
this city, was yesterday arrested by order of
the War Department. It is understood that
he will be sent to Washington this morning.
More Re-enlisinents of Veterans
The Ist, 2d, 3d and 4th Ohio cavalry and
24th and 26th Ohio infantry, have re-enlisted-
The 73d Pennsylvania, comprising 200 men,
and the-7th Pennsylvania Cavalry,,soO strong,
passed through Indianapolis on their way
home on Saturday and Sunday.
The 59th Pennsylvania arrived here on Sat
urday, and were quartered in the Sixth street
barracks. I,The.soth numbers about 300 men.
and the 100th .Pennsylvania numbers about
400. They aie two of *the oldeSt regiments in
the - service; 'and-are part of General Stevens
old brigade that-accompanied the expedition
' to North Carolina in 1861.
Ads-ices from Cluattanooga announce the ar
rival of the rebel General John Morgan a.
Dalton He is preparing,for a raid into our
Deserters continue nffinerous from the rebel
army. Sixteen came in one day last week.
They count by hundreds.
In, a. severe skirmish on the 18th, near
.Blain's Crossing, Adjtrtant .Smith And three
others were 'killed and nine wounded or the
125th Ohio. -
The 'Pittsburg, :FortWavosfnp and , Ohicagc,
We learn that travel on the TittsbuT„ Fort
Wayne' - and. Chicago Railroad is being re
sumed.. • Mr. W. H. Moore, the agent of the
road, in this city, has received
Trains will commence running to Crestline
on Monday. Sell tickets to points diverging
from this lime at Crestline. No trains west of
interestinifrom the Wet.*
A special:dispatch to the Commercial, dated
the 21st, says that the orders of the rebel GOT
enunent requiring soldiers to serve three
years more, causes hundreds of them to desert
—fifty-six came in to-day in one squad'
One division of the rebel army had been
sent to reinforce the troops at Mobile.
The rebel Major General Vance and two of
his staff, who were captured in the West, ar
rived here and have been sent to Nashville.
Threatened Rebel Raid into lEentue3:7, -
CnicL - s - ium., Jan. 25.
A special Louisville dispatch to the Gat
says that city is filled with rumors of an in
tended rebel raid into East Kentacky. It is
said the raiders will enter the State by three
different. points.. Three hundred rebel.inis
oners from Knoxville arrived at Indianapolis
There is great activity iii the camps around
Indianapolis in organizing regiments and bri
President Lincoln has. directed • Gen. Steele
to order an eledtion to ce held in Arkansas on
the 28th of March for election of State officers.
Those only are allowed to vote who take the
oath prescribed in the proclamation of Dec. S.
The Constitution of the State is to be so modi
fied as to abolish slavery in the State.
The gulhint 73d Pennsylvania have arrivrci
here on their way to Philadelphia, having re
enlisted for three years.. The regiment
under the command of ➢tfajor *Cresson. of
THE LAST Winarams.---The last "wrinkle" in
this age of novelties, is a new fashioned tea
or coffee Cup, contrived forthe benefit of gen
tlemen with heavy mustaches. It is provided
with a neat stand over the top, of a piece with
the cup itself, on which the luxuriant mus
tache rests, while the mouth at the:lame time folds itself conveniently 'Sithated with refer
ence to an aperture large enough to allow free
egress to the fluid within. Thna the most
savage-Phized military, men may imbibe with
out immersing the . delight of his sweetheart
in the drink. -
PRICE TWO CENTS.
13ALTnion.a, Jan. 2-5
Criemrseu, Jan. 25
en.sta.;s.4.'il, da 25
"PiTtsitmlo, Jan. 23
CMCINSATI, Jan. 25
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