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ID. W. GROSS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HARRISBURG, PENN' A.
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE•
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily addlilg to our assortment of
goods ail each articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your attention to the
largest and beat selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, OSIMICIALS .& PAINTS,
Plls, Vandshetand Glued,
Dyclltuffis, Glass and Putty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils,
Boitles, Vials and Lamp Globes,
Cantle Soaps, Spongei and Corks,
&0., &C., &C., &e., &c., &a., &c
With a general variety of
PERVINERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected ftcan the beet reanuracturers and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WITHE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW OLA.N, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
ARTIST B BittlsllEB
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
'OF ALL KINDS,
We respectfully Invite a call, feeling cad.
dent that we eau supply the wants of all on
time to their satisfaction
TEETH ! TEETH !
JOVE'S AND MUTE'S POROEWN TEETH.
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we
sell as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
THAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
00,0 OIL! CAR.BON OIL !
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, [very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
their superiority, and the advantage they are in
keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in good
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
b e a m haprqviog the general health and &p
-igment* Of their Cattle.
chp long experience in the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
Ptah that we Call in a ferieshort time furnish
lauthing appertaining to our business, on the
beet of term
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
on our holies, we hope by strict attention to
buniusis, a careful selection of
at his pries, and the deign to phase all, to
merit etaxatthmatee at the Won of a dleorlall-
6oKETENG MORE VALUABLE
TRAIT SILVER OR GOLD,
1=113101: - • -
IT WILL lIESTaiftTHE WEAK,
BINSTATI: TIVI BLOOD IN ALL ITS MOD=
molt AND PURITY.
PROF. 0. J. , WOOD'S
Is preeisely what its name lndlates ;Ibr, while plateau
to the taste, ft to revkifylng, @anger/tang and strength•
ening to the vital powers. It also revorides, reinstates,
and-renews the blood in all its orleinal purity, and thus
restores and renders the system-invulnerable to attacks
of diocese. It is the 0..1y preparation ever offered to the
world in a popular form so its to he within the reach of
So chemically and skillfully Combined Wl' to be the
most powerful tonic, and yet so perfectly adapted as to
act in perfect aceurdanee with the laws of nature, and
hence soothe the Weakest stomach, and tone up the dl
motive organs, and allay all nervousand other Irritation.
It Is also perfectly exhilaratieg In Its credal and yet It is
never followed by laseltudeor depression of spiral It
la composed with ely of vegetables, and those th.oroughly
combining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and
[ consequently o.in never 'glare. As a sure preventive
and mire of
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS INDIGESTION, DYE.
PEPSIA, LO SS OF APATem: pArmrtazis,
NERVOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PAL
PITATIMN OF THE HEART, MlLAN
°aux, HYPOCHONDRIA, NI
SWEATT), LANGUOR, GIDDINESS,.
AND AIL THAT CLASS °Fes-
IHERE is NOTHING ITS EQUAL
Also, Liver Derangements or Torpidity, and Liter
Cwrplaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, or any genera de
rangement of the Urinary organs.
. . .
It will not only cure the debility...WM*lns CHILLS and
FEVER, but prevents all attacks arising from blia.matio
influences, and cure the diseases at once, if already at
TRAVELERS should have a bottle with them as it In.
fallibly prevents any deleterious coneeeneneas the m,
upon change of ohmate and water.
Aa prevents costiveness, strengthen& the disteettee
organs, It should be In the handh of all persons of seden
LADIES not accustomed to otti-door exercise, should
always use it. ~. • .
WITHERS should use it, fir It Is a periect relief. Taken
a mash or two before the Baal trial, she will. pass the
dreadful period with parted ease mid safety.
There is no mistake about it:
THE CORDIAL IS tiLIaWE CLAM FOR
DIOTHRR.B, TRY IT
And to you we appeal, to detect the Illness or dettins
not only of your daughters before it bete° I rts,, butalso
yoursons And husbands, for while the former from false
delicacy, often go down to a premature graveerather
thee lot their condition be knownin tinteithe latter are Bo
often mixed up with the emdtement of business, that itit
were not for you, they too, would travel In the lame
downward path until it le too tato to arrest, their festal
fall. But the mother Is always vigilant, ;and to you we
confidently appeal; for we are mire your never•dallog
atresutoo wllltunerringly Point you to Professor WOODl
ftEzlOliarilitgCOßUlaL AND BLOOD RIMOTATOR as
the remedy which should be always on hand in time of
head what the Press say after thoroughly tatting • he
master, and no one MR have a doubt.
PROF. WOOD'S REWORAT/1111 li'h see
corded to ohmic. that Psyche wai once sent to a climate
warmer than the Weettridtea to manse a sample 'a the
beauty of Prosarpine In' a box. After some delay the
messenger Trimmed, and as soon as the lid of the box
was removed out flew all the the that flesh is heir to.—
formate/3' hope was found in the bode& of the, bor.
Not Wood's Restorative Cordial revive* the recollection
of the story, for ft invigorates the blood, aids the organs
of ditestloo, imparts strength to the nervous system, and
tbrades the citadel of health, sees to bid defiance to the
assaults of disease. It is a healthy took, composed en
Orel of vegetable productions and while it is strollers.
dug as pure wine, no injurious melts cad.possibly (blow
its use it is a deederstum in the medical world, and
those who are afflicted with loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia,
Conaumrtion, Paintmus, giddiness, Roseate% Palpita
tion of the heart, &C., will here find aniefallible panacea.
;St. Louis Deily Itzpress.”
PROW. WOOD'S RE.--ITOREITVE CORDIAL and. WO
RENOVATOR is, without doubt, the beet Tonle Coln
th! world. To those who are suffering from general de
bility we would recommend its use; flor, while lib pleas.
out to toe mato, It Is etromithetaing to the ay Stem, and
will at once tend to remove all impurities of. the blood, •
and eradicate all traces of disease. It can be taken by
the weakezi stomach, while those In good beilth 'will at'
once feel its Wider idog power. We are autddenC that
after using one bottle of this cordial none will be Rm.&
day without it.—" New York Leader.' ,
A PUKE, HEALTHY TONIC; and one free front th
deleterious and injurious efface Ware tv !IMMO' tholle to
ordinary use, ban long been felt to bee desideratum In
.he mecacal world. Such a Rail; and ono en skillfully
coniblued from the vegetable klngdkito al to, act In per.
feet accordance wall the laws of nature:and - thes *tote
the weakest stomach, and at the same;tima allay thle ,
rune and other irritations, and tone up al/ the organs Of
which toe hum n bady ls composed, 'a offered In Prof.,
Wood'a Restorative Cordial and Riood Renovator. Hence,
it is perfectly adapted to CM and youngleader, try It.
thousands have twenty done so, and the teeknoety is
univereal in Its favoro—..New York Aim."
PRuPCSsoit WOoiya RES tOkATP/11 CORDIAL AN I)
01.000 RENOVATOR„ for the cure ol Goat! Delalllty,
d eakness arbtng from any cause, also Dyspepila, Nerv•
011013100, Night Sweats, Incipient Oonsumption, Liver
IMIOWIIIIIII, Lose Or Appeal% Female . Weak
ness, to all its IN" ale% to prevent the Mettaptlon of
disease, is certainly the best and most agreeable tiordial
tonic and Renovator ever offered to Mir &Mated, and so
chemically combined as to bo the mutt - powerfhl tonic
ever known to medical Belem.. Baader, try It. Is WILL.
DO Yon GOD. We have nObeatUtloll In recce mending
educe we know It to be a sate, pleasant, and 'sure re•
medy for the diseases enumeratod.....s.Nosr York Digd
patch." • . .
&fore noticing a patent medicine, we here to be our
talc that It will prove itself to be all that It Is' recom
mended. And we would my that the Reatorathre OM ,
dial and Blood Renovator of Prof. Woad will stand eha
test fully, and, In fact, it is without :u m ii i doubt the first.
article In meals for purifying the BI , and strengthen
ing the system. We have hr tattoo rtiecutultete,
Its use to ell.—wrhe New-York .” - -
Milt TO YOURSELF IN How many in mooi
quence of a falsedelicacy suffer suppressed, ph
I et ,, or obstructed de
me li nsuration, and think beceise they
are young that by.and.by nature will work Muff that
from obstruction', and all come In right In the end, Mile
dre/ming that the seeds of death are already Rumba.
Clog In the system, bemuse the vital energies are Im
paired, and the entire animal economy deranged, debit.;
tatod; and yet, curettes of themselves ae - they are If a
remedy were set before them which weithl restore ail the
lunctiOcial of the system, and reinvigorate the body, they
would takes, and thus be in time to MVO t h eir live Perents, di of this, and at once give them bottle of
Prof. W tomtive Cordial and Blood Rettevitor.—
“The Ne ork Courier.”
O. J WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway, Now York,
and 114 Market street, St. lords, MO.
larAt No. 444 Broadway, all the Faintly and Patent
Medicines constantly on band, Alwayis fresh sad genuine.
Ford & Macomber , WashingtOn Avenue, Sole agnate
or Albany; Dr H. suet!, agent for Schenectady.
Sold also by A. B. Sands & Co.;torztlw of Hilton and
William streets. AM..° Stew
- its gottzsr 'viziers szeruir
'AT THE OLD STAND.
Wholeatle and Retail listostitrtnr . er or
Port Mono .tee, Cebu end rersel, Dreolog Casa,
Money Belts, Betioules, (Eger Oases,
Banker's Cases, Leather kw WiltengDeeks,
Pocket Books, Pon Folios, Bal Books, &a.
LANCASTER BANKai 0 TES
ciEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS of, OA
0 notes of the Lancaster Bank, which failed wpm
three yearn ace, are waor,„for which the - 50414
will be paid. Applrat ' • _
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29, 1861
Assignees' Sale of Real Estate.
y ritu SUBSORIBERS will sell by public
outAry et th, Cogan Bout at Hartiabirg. on Satur
the 16th day .of. Jana out, at two &etch, P. %I.
The ram of Jean watiowa,ariaor, COnaisUng 0? 185
acres. mita .tod ln .§naquilantta tnomsbip, about. three
miles from liaorniburg,.adjoiniod 'binds of John H. Fos.
John Zban and others. .
1 here are erected on the Yard Clarg• Two stry Stops
House, ,Bank Haze, Tenant, tionaes,,Stables,
There 1$ alto a large orchard of apple, pear, peach and
oberry trees of tholes varieties In excellent bearing or
Alao, several veins of good Lime Stone, which here
been and Olu be warted to advantage.
The property will be !oldie a body or in parcels to suit
Fuchsias ; am:111m sale be peremptory.
Conditions.—Cue fourth the purchase money to, be
pel wiAtals. one week of ILO day of . Bale, when pretest
sloe Wlll untied to a lessee running to the l.st
of April next. The turobaser to be ambled to (mohair
the crops ; one-fourth on the first day of October, the
resides on the Ist of April. The two• last payments to
carry interest from the day of WIN and to be stiletto
There will also be oflbred Stir see at the same time and
plaoe the endtvided halt interest of 150 acres of Coal
Lands situated on the Short Mountain, In Lytens Valley,
Dauphin county. .
A. 0. 11110TgR,
C. F. iIDENCEL
ST. LOUIS HOTEL,
CHESTNUT ST., ABOVE THIRD,
IN the immediate neighborhood of the
Jobbing Houses , one Market, Third and Chestnut
streets, the Banks, Poet °Moe, Merchants' Rzobabger
SOT 111012 ON TSB
AMERICAN AND.EUROPICAN PLAN
BOARD MR DAY
Dinner between 1 and 3 o'cloet, 50 omits. Single
room from 50 cents upward.
A fleet mu' Restaurant attached. Prices aocording to
Bills of Pare.
The City Cars take Passengers from any Station to or
close to the Hotel.
iirEngthtb, French, Germain and Spanish spoken.
- STORE` II .. 7 ‘.
WITH A TOLL asabrtmen
front the Philadelphia and New York moat futbionable
eatabliehmenta, to which, during the season, addition*
Or the latest novelties [ruin those eatabliehments will be
MRS. A. B. BICKERTON,
Formerly A. B. Carpenter, rise of the two Holden
Eagles, drat bonnet store from the Harrisburg Bridge.
ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL
.FOR YOOTTG MEN AND BOYS,
MOUNT JOY, LANCASTEIt. COUNTY, PA.
Qll DENTS prepared for College or bad
kjt-assa. Loeaaoa pioaaant.bealtby and easy of ac
cess by Pennsylvania Railroad. For circulars conta.n-
Dag terms. ato., adorers the Principal.
ape letdiAtw E. L. MOORS.
WAR ! WAR 1 1 WAa !!
TO ARMS T TO ARMS ! !
POWDEIH - POWDER! !
DU PONT'S oirebratid GUN AND
MID PO VDER; and all other Powder and'Fase
mantifratured by E. I. DU PONT, DE NEMOURS & CO.,
Wilmington, Del. Fer sale at manufacturer. feces by
their agent, JAW WHEIcLIER . ,!
Orders received at warehouse, to any extent, for sup
plying , the State Regiments, Oempanies, &o. apt?
3PIAALGII-61 IMIAIA.Crfig 1
G. S. HARRIS,
- UNION FLEA GI
S. CORNSII FOURTH AND VINE STS.,
United States Flip of all saes, both limbo and Boat.
tal.mannhmared and sold. ap29.3'd
Onus a 3111 Lydon' Vaticr COAL C0.,1
New York; cprll6, IEOI. j
fr4HE Annual lifeetwg of , the Stockholders
1 and an election for serail Illreatere of the Lykens'
Valley Opal COmpauy will be held In Philadelphia at the
Moe of IiDWAMD GRATZ, No: 2 Booth ?tit street '
11140 2, Ple6atitte of Mee eta; & t 10 o'clock, A. M.
Tits po.la will open at 10 o'clOolc and elate at 2 o'olook,
M. 1011. HAWKINS,
DR. D. W. JONES, of Hagerstown,
ilaryiand, will be in Harrisburg, on TIISSDAY,
aprli Sid, at the White HAD Hotel, where he may be
oensalted from one o'osxis in the atter!' wa until num at
Might, ncl longer at present. Dr.-. 10 %IS has many calls
byletawto name to Harrinburg agate. •
J0H11.3 will consult patients one day out of earth .
month In the city of Snrrisburg. See the regular laver
tbement In another part of this poor.
All 'filleted person, wanting, te consult Dr. JONES
tenni ontbetween the hoqi above mentioned.
Advil. grade. [016416 - 323] :DR. D. W. JONES.
THE• DR. KANE REFRIGERATOR'.
superior REFRI,GERATOR. to
tether with several •otber onesper , styles, may be
the teawatectoryi al.e.Veeitegly low prices.
Als ,o w great variety of If'427lit COULIARS - of ware
rker Ratak... 1
E. S. EARBON & 0 1 .
Cor- Dook and Pear streets, Pegadelphla.
Mon et ma Lyzwea , VAUNT RAILROAD & Coat' CO.,
New York, April 6, 1561.
rrHE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
1.. and au election for a President, aevea Managers,
and a Secretary and Treasurer 01 tbe Lyk.ens , Va ley
Railroad sod *ad company via be held In esti adelphia
at °Moan or HOWARD GRATZ, No. 2 Sloth 7th street,
otiMeaday, the 6th day of May nett. at 10100100 k A. R.
The pale wnl open at /0 o'clocur and close at 2 o'clock
P. Y. Whi. HAWKINS,
F. Mar. .11EI BT aNC
TRAVELING AGENT OF THE
OLD WALLOWER LINE.
IraQLD TRANSPORTATIONIN LE
In suommiatul operation and prepared to carry
ireight al LOW LS any other indielaual line between
Pnlladelphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williams
port, Jersey Shore, bolt Have% and all points on the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Ede, and Williams
port and Elmira Railroads.
Local Agent a
D t A . MOOCHrrisburg,
Goods pinkie PEACOCK, SELL & HINOHMAN, Nos. SOS
main° Market street, above Eighth, by 4 o'clock. P. M.,
will arrive at Harrieburg, ready for delivery. the neat
C. F. MUENCH,
ARS • TraTellog
.W ..A TED TO PIIR BASE.
STORY BRICK BOURBtwith
tisok budding, looatad In a reipeatablo bensilor
of *bleb podiaNl -will ad .lat wanted
l a o , 49 1 7. 11 4 . . PM . TEUS AMA ,
NEW COAL OFFICE.
pilE UNDERSIONED having entered in
k. to the COAL TRADE in this city, Wouli real ectillnY
solicit the patronage of the illtizens. I will reap on hand
Coal of all sista, from the most celebrated and approved
mines, which will be delivered to any pirt of toe city,
free from. dirt and other Minorities. Ftru. Wars F
iellaltdlrrilln. COAL FOR FALB HT FRE BOAT LOAD, CAA
Limn ea :BMX* 'ox PersAns Inerchising , by the Boat
or Car Load, will receive 2,240 pounds to the Ton.
tem NO:71 Market street, second door front Dewber
ry alley. 'Yard on the Client, toot of North street. Cr
dens sett at either place will receive prompt attention.
JOIDI W. BALL, newt.
MOM One to Five Hundred Dollars
worth. of CITY BOI7DS. Enquire rt
C. O. ziumnaluav,
isturl4 No. 28 South second street.
•-‘ORBAT REDUCTION IN PRIORS,!
• WHEELER & WILSON IS
SEWING. - MATHINES
• t 1111211
NEW IMPROVEMENTSI AT REDUCED PRIMES.
HE WEIEEL ER Jr. WILSON Miartufao
, ,raring COMpauy having gained .It their quits at
law, witty Infringing manufacturers of Sewing Machines,
propose that the publio should be beneatted thereby,
- thactuvra som.rdingly reduced the mince of their Sewing
Machines., Aitorthle date tuey will be , sold atrates that
ell pay a fair ;Mit ou the oost of manufacture, capital
meow, and expense ' Of :making sales ; such prices a
wilrananie thaw to. mate first' class machines, and, as
herrrofore,tuarantee them In every particular.
In accordance, with the aulteuneemont above I will
sell 'their splendid Sawing Machine. at prices from $45
to $9O for the tine fell. ewe machines. It is a well anal).
dated Mot that the: • -
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine
Is the beet one in the,maritet, the best made, must apple
end leap Sublet° t f order, and they are now as
Sow as theAnforior ma chines. Sall' and' see:the& a
Third and market..• r
del-em . , W. 0. HICKOK, Agent
1861. " 1861.
INTERESTING TO ALLI•
OATHOART• & BROTHER ,
No. :14 MARKET SQ MARI?,
RAVX NOW OPEN SEEN INICAL Linen assoarierxr Or
SPRING: -DIVY GOODS I
ALL ILLYINI, ALL ITRICZEI,. IVERY EMI, /MIRY QUALITY,
' I exklude, retails tow .eccostoulowt.
DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY t
HEAVY vrooz.by DOMMICI - GOODB, PRIVIaI LOWER
Every Ludeoemeot of f ered to purchatore at
. . • .OATBOART'S,
darn NOZt drier to the Harrisburg Rank.
CITY BORES FOR' SALE.
laolE :OR TWO CITY BONDS of $5
leach bearbag.6 ger cont.,lnterest, being a safe
good iniestment. Apply to
104 Sind , W. $. VIISBUIEN.
N W ARRANGEMENT.
CHANSE OF LOCATION
• WiLLLOWER'S LINE.
Thli s e old stock of oars being disposed of,
the undersigned has broke out in a new place and es
au tied a daily freight line between Philadelphia, New
V ors, Harrisburg and ati peinte on the Northern Central,
Sunbury & Ede add LaokaWana & Bloomsburg railroads.
Thankful for the lib ar ‘ti. patronage heretofore extended
he hoot, by protcipiness lii de•lvery, to retain all his old
sutteMeng and patrons Ail goodi intended for the line
must be delivered at the depot of the Philadelphia and
Beading railroad, Broad ana 0 diowhill Biretta, Thdadel.
phla. . All good& delivered at the depot up to fire o'clock,
Y. M., will - reach Harrisburg dolt morning.
wALLoW)in, Jr., General Age.
Readlng , DOpot, Harrisburg.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER has removed his
I. 'PLUMBING AND BRA S 3 FOUNDRY from Markel
street to Fourth etroet above Haricot, opposite the' Bathe
climb. Thankful for past patronage, he hopes, by strict
attention to tmainees, to merit a continuance of it.
mar2o-31nd • yeli. PARKEUL
IN State street east of the Capitol, be
tween 4th and Spruce streets. A new Lager Beer
Salm just opened, where everything .in that liue is ge
nerally kept, and I would respectfully solicit the patron
age of my numerous Mends and the public generally.
lwda. D. ft B.vi 6/.IJEL.
200 OARRIA.GEB AT AIIOTION.
SECOND SPRING' SALE FOE 1861:
TN 'consequence of the extraordinary
11 money pressure of 'the times, and the accumulation
or his stook at SEW Oanftla4ll3. the subscriber will
holea second sale far this Spriag,l.66l, which will tate
Wednesday Morning,May 8, 1861.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. N.,
NINTH. AND SANSOM STS.,
The assortment (show Two Hundred) will be folly
equal to that off;red at the first Sale, lecludlug all the
most modern sty .*, and; nom some of the beet makers
of Philedelehia and Wilmington.
sir Meade wt t be positive.
No pomponement am account of the weather..
x9-ltd ALM() li. 11E8I.NEW, auctioneer.
STONE FOR SALE.
lIILDING STONE or ' Stone suitable
for turntilking puiposee wtli be de li vered to any
pat orate city or ite vicinity. Apply to •
mitr2B . WPL COLDER, 3R.
AMEETING of the stockholders of the
Commonwealth Insurance Company, at Harrisburg
will be held at the office or the ompany in Third 'tree .
on muNDate, toe sixth day of Mar Next, between the
pours of ten and twelve o'clock A. IL, for the election of
Directors to aerve the ensuing year.
aplB-te 2s. H. CARRIER, Pecretary.
BOURBON W HISKE Y 1
AVERY superior article of BOUR BON
WSIBILEY, In quart bottles, in store and fqr sale by
JOHN IL ZIEGLER,
mar 4 74 Market Street.
HAMS. --Three Hundred Extra Sugar
ILL Cured Muni just received by
apB WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
PICLoW Was Atcanse, all widths.
USSLIACEED AND BLIACHIrD Roams, all prises.
Mecum, all prices and widths.
Towsusoa, ail kinds.
OxisTssfaums, very - low.
CAW:ON very cheap.
MOW CAMS 1 VOWS, afferent qUsltttes.
Lam, eiRITINGS, ell-uuslitice.
• LOON tloar Of littlaiSS. -
Bran On. Cum.
der Hunt or DRTIGOBT3. -
Apy House Furnishing - or DosiesiktOsolsmitl be found
camitceaa Ai BOTHER'S,
-.1 Her, to the Harrisburg Bob.
From our Sunday Edition
THE WAR I
Extra Session of the Mary
GOV. HICKS' MESSAGE
The. Senate Refuses to Pau an Act
TEM HOUSE FAVORS A CALL FOR A
The Railroad Track near Annag-
oils Again Torn Up.
Five Thousand More Troops Moving
No Attack on, Washington Permitted
GRAND AMERICAN FLAG DEMONSTRA
TION AT BALTIMORE.
13,000 Troops at Washington and
8,000 mare in the Vicinity.
FORTS M' HENR r AND CARROLL
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE MARYLAND
LEGISLATURE-MESSAGE OF GOV.
The Governor's Message to the Legislature
was sent in to-day. It briefly details the start
ling events which induced him to re-assembfe
the Legislature. He labored earnestly to in
dace the President to forego his purpose of .
passing troops through Maryland, but the re
ply was that the military was necessarily ren
dared unavoidable. He refused to Col. Butler
to give his consent to the landing of his troops
at Annapolis, and protested against his taking
poesilsionef the . Annapolis Railroad. Notwith
standing our most learned and intelligent citi
wens admit 'the right of the government to
transport its troops over the railroad, it Is evi
dent that a portion of the people of Maryland
are opposed to the exercise . of that tight. His
own convictions are opposed to the exercise of
that right, and that the only safety of Mary
land lies in preserving a neutral position be
tween our brethren of the North and South.—
Maryland has violated no right of either sec
tion, and we have done all that we can to ar
rest the Impending war. He had Impel that
Maryland might have acted as a mediator.
He cannot counsel Maryland 'to take sides
against the General Government, until it shall
commit outrages upon it which would justify
us in resisting its authority. Our geographical
position alone forces us to this. This has been
all the while the ground work of his policy.—
He is convinced that his policy has been main
tained by a large majority of the' people. He
apptale to the Legislature not to be swayed by
passion, but to act with prudence and Christian
The Satiate has adopted an address to the
people of Maryland, stating that the Legisia
tare will not pass an sot of, secession, but 11
they believe the people desire h, they will give
them an opportunity of declaring for them
selves their future destiny.
The House has not acted on the, bet has
appointed a committee to report an act for the
call of a convention of the people, of which Mr.
Scott, of Baltimore, is chairman.
RAILROAD'TRaIi TORN UP
A government messenger who left Waihing
ton at one o'clock this morning, reports that
the track this side of Annopolis Junction was
torn up by the Secessionists yesterday, for a
&Ames of two miles. It will soon be repaired.
A body of s,ooolroops was to be moved this
morning towards Washington.
LATEST FROM. BALTIMORE—TER FORTS
BALratorn, April 27.
Forts McHenry and Carroll were reinforced
last night, and the receiving ship Allegheny
has been towed out of the harbor and placed
under the guns of Fort McHenry.
Private Shneadham, 76th Massachusetts rig:
went, died this morning of injuries received
during the riot when his regiment passed
through the city.
THE RHODE ISLAND MARINE ATVITUERT
EN ROUTE TO PHILADELPHIA•
&now, April 27:
The Rhode. Island Marine Artillery leave
here this afternoon for Philadelphia. via North
Pennsylvania Railroad. They will mach filei
city about 8 o'clock this evening.
Pititßirviin, Md., April 27.
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prepared to execute JOB and Hair PRMING of every
description, cheaper that it Mt be dams at any Other ee
tahlishmentLu lbs country
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ages sad Deaths to be o6►rE&l of regular
F,L DEMCiikatiillsiCAT i;AtiIMORE
' ll A4ali i gl iii r APO.' 2 7.
A grand flag demonstration was made at
1-at eventog,whlon thSatenia a se
riatml difficulty between the poitcej - inadni gar
shat Earle, and the traioniets; bat the tatter
kept up their flag. To day Doane of any de
inziption are allowed.
The Baltimore 'Patriot of last night, eapti
"The American deg lows hoisted. at the cor
ner of Saratoga said Schroeder streets, in the
nineteenth ward, this morning. it has el a ,
been holited on nde:ral Hill and a numb& of
other points throughout , the city. •Beautiful
models (111 satin axe being sold in theatres*
and at the pto i res. ,
THE WISHINGTONII&ILTO MIN
SENT OUT BE 'URNS TO THE CITY.—
THE RuAD LINED WITH rriorkaa,
It was announced yesterday morning that
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, through the
permission of lien. 800tt, would run a- train
of oars to Washington and back, for the con
veyance of the mails and for the socommoda
don of persona wishing to travel between the
two • cities. Accordingly a train wesgot in
readiness about noon at the Camden station;
and a large number of persons purthesed
tickets for Washington. They were meetly
those who had been turned back in the train
of Wednesday, and many having funnies in
Wishington were anxious to reach there to
look after their safety. There was also an its ,
manse amount of mail matter sent off from the
post office, including the'back malls of the sev
eral newspapers of the city. The train started
at a quarter to 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
under the ohargsrof Conductor Showman, tad
proceeded' on without Interruption to Jeasop'a.
Cut, near the Annapolis Junction, when Rader
rah soldiers were found lining the road nt evert
point, and it was deemed beat not to-proceed
lest the train should be seized. The engine •
was reversed, and the train run back to this
city, reaching here early last. evening, and
bringing back passengers and , malls. Beverat
bf the passengers left the train at the point of
interruption, and would attempt to reach:
Washington. by some means.
GEN. CAMERON AND GOV. LETCEThaI
Reply of Preeldent Llneoln to ttie'fir•
It Wad reported that a dispatch had leen re
ceived by Governor Letcher from Mr. Oanieron,
Secretary of War, inquiring whether he would
be protected if be cameto•Richmond, for the
purpose of salty:wan armistice of slatrdays.
[This may be set down as a Southern ilia*.
The true story about a proposad armistice is
probably, that given by the correspowient of
the New York runes, as follows
"A deputation of sixteen Virginians and eight
Marylanders visited the Pr sidenc on Monday,
and demanded a cessation of hoiliitlies until atter
the session of Congress. Mr. Linouln of cause,
tkelined the proposition. One of the &panacea
said that 76,0t0 Marylanders would contest , the
passege of troops over her soil, towhichthe Pari
dent rv . /eid that he presumed there was roast swath
on her mil to bury 76,000 men. The answer was
prompt and decided."
WASHINGTON ALL RIUHT.
The Eighth Massachusetts Regiment arrived
at Washington yesterday at noon. The Rhode
island troops, six companies of the 6th Massa
chusetts, and the seventy-first New Task regd.
went passed the Junction last night in first
rate condition: The sixth, twelfth and twenty
drab New York regiments are at A.unapolis.
there is now 1,800 troops at theOspital, and
3,000 more on the road from Annapolis. The
reported tearing up of the rails on the Annapo
(is road is incorrect._
NO ATTACK UPON W.isEUNGTON. ISOM
PERRYVEUA, April 26
.I.S:Totter, of Massachusetts arrived here,
from Wafhiugton, which place he left last
night, L and brings important dispatches from.
Gem Boot?. He furnishes the following item':
Gen. Harper, the commander of the forces at
Harper's Ferry has given assurances that Vir.
qiuia would allow no attack on the Capital
irom her soil. The authority fthis assertion
is con fi rmed by a gentleman fr o Richmond as
being the sentiment expressed by Governor
SEIZURE OF POWDER AND CONTRABAND
GOODS. - PROJECTED ATTACK ON
CAIRO, ill, April 26.
The steamer C. T. Hillman, front St. Louis,.
bound to Nashville, Tenn., was abandoned by,
the officers and crew when opposite this piaita,
The deseited steamer was boarded by Capt.
Scott, in the steamer Swallow, who found. on
board 1000 kegs of powder, and a large gum.
tity of other contraband goods. It is sup
' posed that the captain and crew of the Hlll
- deserted her for fear• of, the oxisevenees
if caught by the troops at this point.
Passengers from the South-reporttbat troops
,re being raised at Memphis, llandolph, and
other Southern points, with the plan of pro
oeeding,by 'rail to Columbus, Kentucky, end
from iliere March to Cairo, and attack it from
the. opposite side of the river.
The stature - J r S. D. Parry, from St. lon
..#tts brought:to. hat night, but no oantra. A
Gods beinglcit' tad on beard, ahe was all