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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
0 RUGGIS TS,
M A RK E T STREET
HARRISBURG, PENA' A.
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE
[KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your attention to the
Laval and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS lc PAINTS,
Ode Varnishes and Gimes,
Dye- El Mum and Putty,
Artist Colors and Too*
Pure Ground Spires,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine Olks,
not ttea, Vials and Lamp Globes,
Casino Soapy Sponges mad Oasis,
&e., dge., dee., die., Ike., dtco., ale
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
belected from the beet manufacturers and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers In
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, Awnsrs
COLORS, RUNT AND
IN ALL THEIR VALBIETIEft,
OF ALL KINDS,
\k R .amt . 111
We respeotfully invite a call, feeling confi
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
lel Tali to their satisfaction.
TEETH ! TEETH 1 1
J oNE'S AND WHITE'S PORCELAIN TEETH.
kIENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
ui all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye 1
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we
sell as low as it can be preheated in the cities.
THAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL OIL! CARBON OIL I I
Being large purchasers In these Othe, we can
oiler inducements to Close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, [very
, heap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those of you who have not given our HORt3E
AND CATTLE POWD11:1113 a. trial know not
their enperlority, and the advantage they are in
keeping Hones and Cattle healthy and in good
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle POi4ere by
the inorassing quantity and quality of milk,
"tides improving the general health and ap-
P&ance of their Cattle.
Our Aug experience in the business gives us
the advenage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we can ta. a very short t ime furnish
anything appertsinikg to our business, on the
beat Of term.
Thankful for the liberkpatroullre bo"wed
on our house, we hope by lOW 4tootkal to
b usiness, a careful selection of
P t RE DR1:7421,
at fair prices, and the dadlid 'DX* ii l1 .!,k
merit ; a:rat:mow bf tba biliorl'ortritioAtt4
• i\fiv,„..._., . 01 total)
r iw 4
11 'II 00
SOMETHING MORE VALUABLE
IT WILL RESTORE THE WEAK
EVISTATE THE BLOOD IN ALL ITS ORIGINAL
VIGOR AND PURITY.
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
Is precisely what Minims indicates; for, while pleasan
to the taste, is is revivifying, exhilarating and, strength.
suing to the vital powers. It also reviviffea, reinstates, .
and renews Me blood in all Its original purity, and thus
restores and renders the system Invulnerable touttacks
of direst. It hrthe 0 .1y preparatton ever offered to the
world in a popular form so as to be within the reach of
So chemically and skillfully combined as, to be the
most powerftl tonic, and yet so perfectly adapted as to
act In perfect accordance with - the laws-of nature, and
hinters soothe the'. weakest stomach, and -timedpglie'dl
gestiveorgans,'And allay ill liehltrhs aid ititstlen. -
it also perfectly exhilarstingitt Its eflhots I and yet it Is
never tollowed by lassitude ciellkirdestere of spirits. It
Is composed entirely of vegetables, and those thoroughly
combining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and
consequently cJil never injure. As a sere preventive
and cure of
CONSUMPTION BRONCHITIS, INDIGZSTION, DT&
PIMA, LOM. Of APPETITE, YAMME,
NERVOUS IRRITABILITY, NICURAGIA.„ PAIL
PITATION OF TUB HEART, MILAN
°GOLF, HYPOCHONDRIA, NI
SWEATS, LANGUOR, GIDDINESS,
AND ALL TRAT CLASS OF CA
' SIM SO FRAREULLT FATAL
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL
Also, Liver Derangements or Torpidity, and Liver
Complaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, or any genera de
rangement of the Urinary organs.
It will not only cure the debility following CEIELLiI and
FEVER, but prevents all attacks arising from Miasmatic
Influences, and cure the diseases at Onns, if already at
TRAVELERS should have a bottle with them,
ac It In.
fallibly prevents any deleterious oonsequences following
upon change of climate and water.
• As It prevents costiveness, strengthens the digestive
organs, It should be in the hands of all persona of seders-
LADIES sot accustomed to out-door exercise, should
always use it.
ISOMERS 'liquid use It, for It is a perfect relief. Taken
a month or two before the final trial, she .will pm the
dreadful period with perfect ease and safety. -
There is no mistake about it.
THE CORDIAL IS ALL WE CLAIR FOR
MOTHERS, T RY
And to you we appeal, to detect the Meese or dectine
not only of your daughters before it be too 1 tie, - bat-also
your eons and husbands, for while the ibuner fromfalse
delicacy, often go down to a premature grave, rattier
than let their condition be knownin time, the latter are ao
often mixed up with the usitement of business, that It
were nut for you, they too, would travel in the ume
downward path until it is to ate to arrest their fatal
fall. But the mother Is always vigilent, and to yon we
confidently appeal; for we are sure our nevar•feiling
erection will unerring" pointrint r WOOD%
RBaIORATIVE CORDIAL - AND BLOOD frisoVelott an
the remedy . which should be always en head in time of
bead what the Preis hay aßer thoroughly teellult he
matter, and no one can have a doubt.
PROF. WOOD'S RESTORATIVX COADI4L.—,It la ree
corded in classics that Payche was ohoe sent toe climate
warmer than the West Indies to procure a sample of the
beauty of Proserpine in a `box. After imps delay the
messenger returned, and as loon as the lid of the box
was removed out flew all the Lila that flesh Is heir
Fortunately hope yea Rona In be boitotn of the box.
Prot Weed's Restorative Cordial reviles the recollection
or the story, for It invigorates the blebd, aids the organs
of Macedon, imparts strength to the element aystem, and
fortifies the chattel of health, so as to bid defiance to the
assaults of disease. It lea healthy tonic, conitiesed en
tirely of vegetable productions and while it Is (wawa.
dng as pure wine, no Injurious results can possibly follow
its use ft Is a desideratum in the medical world, and
those who are adbcted with loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia,
Onmumptlon, Faintness, giddiness, Neuralgia, Paleita ,
Don of the Heart, will here find an Infallible panacea.
'St. Louis Daily Repress."
PROF. WOOD'S NNITORATIVEI CORDIAL end BLOOD
RENOVATOR li, without doubt, the best Tonle Cordial In
the world. To those who are suffering &congeners' des•
billty we would recommend its use; for While UM plain.
ant to the note, it is Strengthening ei 11/10 system, and
will at once tend 10 remove *AI impuritiesiot the blood,
and eradicate all traces of ' Mime. It ban. be taken.by
the weakest stomach, while those good wilt at
once feel Its exhilarating power. We are ,Ounlident thatafter using one noble of WS Cordial ROWS will be for a'
day without it.—" New York Leader."'
A PURR, IDULTHY Ttifflet and one free from th
deleterious and Injurious edema sure to fellow these in
ordinary use, has long been felt to be a desideratum in
the medical world. Such a tonic, and one so skillfully
combined from the vegetable kingdowas _to actln_per=
(Oct accordance with 0. laws of naturivand Ova soothe
the weakest stottutott'and at the allay nor.
vous sad other ir s ta= i 2ATIZMVX
whioh the &Mini
Wood's liestorati re Cordial rtabpo .210eoehhOr.
it is perfectly adapted to cod and yenng ~, ' 4tEader,ll, It.
Thousands balm already demi:so t. ' and -therieidinony is
unisersat in Its thverl- 4 ''NeW York PAliis;"
PROFMKIR WOOD'S BROTORATIVII CORDIAL 'AN D
BLOOD RIINOVATOR, for the mire of Depend DebDity, or
Weakness arising from any cause, also DyipOpals, Nero- ,
oneness, night Sweaty 'lndolent Consinception, Liver
Complaints, Bllltrusnesa, Lois ofAppetit* Pedalo Wear
iless, In all its stages, also, to prevent Nutt xitraistion of:
disease, is certainly tbe beet and unlit 'agromble'ciedlii
tonic and Renovator ever offered to the ambled; and se
chemically combined as to be the most powerful tonic
aver known to medical Marx°. Reader, try it. It war.
DO Too 00oD. We have no bealylon - la reOommeiditur
shuM we know it to be a sase, pieskist, emit mire re
ipti for the diseases eanmeested.—"New Toit
Tiefbre noticing a patent medicine, we have to.be oer
lain that It will prove itself to be • all , that it. la • roloom-'
manded. And we would say that the. Restorative •Coat
dial and Blood Renovator of Prof. Wood will stand the
test fully, and, In feet, It Is without any doubt &oiliest
article in market tor purifying the Blood and errebtehtiel
mg the system. Wishave 00 br 'talon ml recommending
its use to all.---" The New-Yorker.!
LOOK TO YOURSRLP IN TIALIL—Row Ming & corione.
queue of a false delicacy sailer ikon suppreestslAilln.
nil, or obstructed mensuration, and think because they
are young that by.and.by nature - wilt - work 'Melt clear
item obstrections, and all came in right In the end, little
dreaming that the seeds of death are Tgarnitaa-.
hug in the system - becalm the'*Nat Coot' ere am=
swirl, uric the entire ardent eisohopii
wed; and yet, earth= ot themeetvasjie they _ If a.
remedy were set before thous which. W9OtrlNPor• all the.
Moutons of the system, end rearolsbraie bedji.tPe.Tl
would take it, and thus be In time tO len in, Ir
Parente, think of this, and at once Ore them s bottle of
Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial and Blond 3 movattir.:.
"The New York Courier."
U. J WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway, New York,
and 114 Market street, Bt. Louis, Mo.
WA% No. 444 Broadway, MI the lhanily , sad . Patest)
Steoednes constantly on hand, always fresh and gauche_
Ford. B Macomb', Washroom Avenue, Sole aorota
or Albany; Dr 89n411 , agentlar Schaneatady.
Sold also by A. IL Banda At Co., corner of Fulton and
William streets. - "-Jattabee Maw
PROP. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER, , i
WOULD respectfully inform his old
Itlitrons lad the ptitifin isner_nlly, that he
oontinue to gtve nonrandom' GILLIS .ni,NO _Km mu:
LODEON, VIOLIN and also In 111411101111140.41r1RD UGH
BAtl9. , lie w ll 4 Ink &awe Irsigir,
nemesia ikt•110111.. delaret 010,1 , SI
Ws residence, hi Third str ,
eet, 11 kW doom roe ew
*lrwin Refortnedpieroh. decie-dir
STORE FOR 8A,14.
IN ..„ .
tiIIDG STONE or Btoow " , enita!)l4, -
. mui tie a•avered to . tar
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA.. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 11, 1861
CHANGE .OP LOCATION
The old stook of ire-being disposed of,
the undersigned has broke out to a new place and ea,
Mind a daily freight line be (Wein Philadelphia, NeW
York; Harrieburg hind ail points on the Northern Central,
Sunbury ar, keened MaksWain., ak Bloomsburg railroads.
Thankful fur the !Naha Patronage heretoftire extended
he hopes, by promptness la delivery, terretedu all his old
=Meiners and patrons ell goods IntandeA far the line
intuit he delivered at the depot , at the= Pkiladelphht. and
Beedßni. railroad, Brpsd and Callowbill streets, Philadel
pbta. Allgood' delivered at Ike depot Mt to dire o'clock,
P. 11., will roe* Hairrisburgliext morning.'
J.,IVALLO Be WEB., Jr., General Agt,
marll ' ading Depot, Harrisburg.
a. F. ACTT MN ONE
TRAnUNG AGENT OF THN
OLD WALLOWER' LINE.
OLD TRANSPORTATION LINE
j is trill In anooessfal operation and prepared to carry
imbed as LOW as any oilier. Individual hue between
Pnlisdelphia, IllitrriStittrikilennury, /welsher & Williams
port, Atte e Bkoriti p Loor end all points "on the
Northern Csniral;. hiladalphia and' Erie, and Williams
pOit and Elmira Railroad&
Load Agent at Ilakilsbur
D. A. UUgN dR.
Goode sent M PHACOCK, ZELL & HINOECHAN, Nos. 8181
and 810 Markel street, above El lerth, by 4 o'clock,
will arrive' at Harrisburg, ready tor' delivery, -the next
morning. . : • • O. 5..
and it - Traveling Agent.
THE BIJBBORIBER . hae removed hie
AND'IlEta,43 FoUNDRY froayllarkei
street: tO Want' street at•Oit.4 gutsy optiosltattio . Beata
church. Toaoligal tor pap patronage, he hopes, by Striol
Attention;to buipilis, to merit a itbatinuanoo of it.
mar s /Z.lmi' ' ' ' ' WM.
BT. LOUIS HOTEL,
CHESTNUT ST ABOVE THIRD,
IN the immediate neighborhood of the
Jobbing Roues on Millet, Third Ind ttesuna
atroets,,Mo Banbs, Pont Moe, Remnants' Ezeusege;
nitri! !lOU ON UM
ARIERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
BOARD Pita 61.60.
. Dinner . between 1 and 8 o'ollool., 60 muds. Single
room from 60 mato upward:
Rintaurant attached. Prices according to
Billie(' ' • "
This City Cars take Passengers from any Station to or
eking to the tiotsl..
nitrßngdsn, Prone German and Spaaish spoken.
HE 'SUBSCRIBER would 'respectfully
inform the!pahito that he haq removed Is Plumb
ing vmd Brum .Icindtog vetablehmeot to No. 42 Sandi
Tird street. belotilferr's HoteL Thankful for post pat.
rows, bs hopes by strict 'Wootton to business to merit
a 000ttwitiooe or ,H.
Komar , • ' JONES.
asrrUbtirg Broom lifArmfaotory,
TWI DOORZ FROM N80t0...92 , ,, nf WALNUT ,
*AVM ROM ' wholesale •and - retail 10
per cod.' cheaper than can be had plowboy).—
and Pauline Sur stook: .
ap6 soul : I. K. PRICE Ik CD.
NEVVGOODS 1 NtWPItICESI I
FRESH AttRIVAI OF GROCERIES !
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES 1
E.suhaoriber has just returned from
_l%ll+4o4lmm large and. ruled assortment of
Ftsaff DROcs , BACON, ilAst4
NOTIONS, and everything Jun shy rcpt in a first class
Grocery, respeottnity oath the attention of lus ousto.
meta, se gel! ail; Megabit° gescratly, to his last arrival.
Thankful for past,patroooge he hopes by.atriotafuni
ti.lito'bonizaani to nwit'a continuums or the oame.,
sptatht (jazzier of Third and Chestnut Strada.
FLAGS I , FLAGS l I •
NOTE PAPER AND, ENVELOPES with
j National designs, Lana RAPER, with a. view of
itie city of BarrLsburg, Rrlitied andlor 11
• sonerfEit'S Bootokon,
424 - .Nee the Barrisbarg Bridge
NAR4 ETSQ LT A 11.F4,
Giza. J. BOLTON; PEORAMOIL
0 A It 1)
The ab ore well known and long establlshed Hotel le
now undergoing • thorough renovatlonould being In •
great degree newly farnOthedonder the proprietorship
OW. Omuta J. Some, who had been an Inmate of the
Saw for the but three years; and Is well known to
Thankfhl for the liberal patronage which It tee en
otr„. I obeerintlY aciameeil. Mr. Bolton to the public
r. „ [Jed wtij OA WILLIAM BUELLL.EIt.
01111cW--TitUa aria= (MUM ROW,
Roam • %
,Cluultaut ~.57fre# war , F - Pyirtli.
oirr or aszatostara, rittar'A..
corros TOP MLATRESSEB,
BBBMOH, CARPED ,
' : LOIIIM I .O, Stc.,
On hand and tot rOttl4.at the very
loran rates for cub .
BAER MATBABBIB.anit. - ISBRING -BOTTOMS
111 .#4A 6 ;
Repaired and made 4 nitktsi hew very reasonable, all at
No:109 &rimy s stweenpourth anif nth, by
fCASING OUT . our still laige aisortm'en
ski of FURS, consisting of
Arditbswas D4rk 840111 -
Randscsos Dark Siberian ..codrrol Sods,
figailloct of all kinds of low price Puts,
A ebaeos for Bargilltwia Fins Pats.
Ciall K RATEICARTS,
. • N 0.14 Market Squera
isol4 ext to ;be Harrisburg Bank.
r e E itt . ii LTLENTION QF GENTLEMEN
, n fit lollobiliFte. eel , very lugs sadortinakt of •
i AND,Diairpaeot etery slap and quay.
,:i ' t, i ' tioTaiLbtst.lutfigatn .
.43kotivAirno, Own/. , , i . 1
"Moth In tais okr.
• .= .-. . , igascooloimhwAtoreasimia.
. •Awllevorittbillistaiimte Irgeitol
u r....: ' u
3 NM to
IT 132091TM= nallinTED that there is only a
dozen regimes:Mi. of rebels at, Richmond, Vir-
Paz Lsonirrruna . of Maryland have passed a
resolution declaring it inexpedient to arm the
militia of the State at this
.13smsion1, thehome of Gov. Curtin, Bends
three hundred men to defend the Union—with
a few more in readiness foi bis neat call.
Tn Mozeroun Ammtroszcsayalhat Col. Win
F. Small is one of the best officers in the army
meriting the title of " the bray est of the brute.'
His regiment will be a thunderbolt in battle.
Korrumcr, Tennow and North Carolina are
fast verging on aeceasion, and yet the "(Futon
men in those states do , not seem to be making
any effort to save them from the vortex.
When they are once , in the coil of secession,
those who refuse to raise their hands for the
prevention of such a calamity, will suffer . most
from its effects.
Ma. Boutuncr, congressman from Louisiana,
who arrived in Washington on Wednesday,
states that four thousand men, have left New
Orleans for Lynchburg, Va., and that large
bodies of troops from various quarters are con
centrating in that locality. He says that the
Union sentiment Is very strong In Louisiana,
but that it is kept in complete subjection by 4 he
Murmur Emu CONS:UM—The committee
met pursuant to adjournment, at the ExOhange,
on Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M., President in
the chair. Members present, Messrs. Kepner,
Kelker, Hamilton, /lawn and Edwards. Ab
sent: Messrs. Colder. Ott, Bostick and Trace.
The weekly visiting committee reported aJarge
number of new applications, which were ex
amined and ordered upon the roll. Upon a
call as to the conditiOn of the fund, the Presi
dent reported as follows:
Note for $3OO at 60 days, for which the
Committee are individually responsible, and
which was drawn to meet the immediate and
wants of the families of our volunteers.
D °nation from Dauphin Lodge, No. 160, of L
0. of 0. F., $20,00 ; contribution by Henry
Frisch, Ban., $l0,00; amount received from
South Ward Public School boys, $2,60, making
in a 11.51332,60. This being the third pay day,
and the list very largely increased, the meagre
amount is about exhausted, ana in view of this
lett Mr. Chas. C. Bawn offered the following
Rakjeted, That a committee of three mem
hers be appointed by the chairman, whose
duty it shall be to confer with the City bout
oil of Harrisburg and also with the County
Commissioners, In reference to the appropria .
Lions by, said Oprincil and Commissioners re
spectively, which it seems suitable for them to
make in aid of the families of volunteers of this
county who have entered the public service t
arid also that the committee have snob con
ferences with committees and members of the
Legialature as may be deemed suitable, touch
ing the passage of laws to authorize such ap
The resordtion was adopted upon a call of the
yeas and nays, by the following vote :
Yeas--Messrs. Kepner, Hawn, Kelker and
Whereupon the chairman appointed Messrs.
R. F. Ealker, C. 0. Raven and 0. Edwards said
committee. On motion, adjourned.
0. Eowaays, Sec'y.
Written for the Tolegtiph
The question of self government is settled
It is no longer an experiment.
i . Three millions of people have become thirty
Ctaistlenity has become purser, and
sin aims more elevated and Its imams more
liberty and independence mixing in our at
mosphere, _drank In at every inspiration, has
niade.our citizens fearless and brave, has l deep
ent,id their love of country , and made them
more willing and able to defend their firesides
and their rights. • ‘'
Capital has; increased. Manufactories -have
multiplied. Commerce has widened and deep
ened her Channele, and our peoPle have been
rendered happier and better in &very respect
Mider.tke*rnign-derinence of :&free Oonstiru
tie and the. IgaValent reign, of.attnadtl-
Who then willhositate-toansw,erpo fax salts
achlevments ate concerned that' our govern
ment has proved a decided success:- • -
What though rebellitac has sprung forth in
our midst? What though a portitikof,our.fel
low•citizens -placed by, the accidents of forittne
over thi'nerveless bondsinerinf dtuthysidnand*
the nabie ignorant -of-their own race have mis
taken themselves to •be rulers by Divide right,'
and In the rare atmosphere of aristocracy and
egotistical imagination have dreamed that they
were priests and Kings before the Lord, and in
the madness of their infatuation have tried to
grasp ambition's crottn,,to shieldlhe brazeness
of their dastard brows? 'Yet it is a truth that
we are canable Of ielf-government. 'That we
are free—that God has made us so. -
"Diversity of interest and a mistaken view of
the character of the, people of one portion of
our great nation has wag beam permitted in order
to deepen and strengthen the foundations of
per collassal temple of , free governinent. '
Our proud bird bas'only atoned to strengthen
his pinions for a nob'or, a bolder, a more daring
For three quarters of a century have we gone
on in unexanaphod prosperity towards the ab
oompllshineut of the designs of providence in
our institution. 'For 'that length of time have
we horde with, , a people of over=bearirig :and'
tyrardoal mien—have we permitted sin Very to
pollute our soil and vitiate our air rattier than'
stay it in its iiikrblitowiriliethe fertile west by
the latent strength of our great empire which
lies in this casein the'llikilgot *Weritymillions
Of liortli'irt4reenuni, sAbohein
industrious labor, and the millions of
which is being ponrediinto the national trans
urii from her rigid cldee ,like water.
No other nation could have borne for so
great a length of time so uknch from any por
tion Of its territory.- • •
And even now,weare only to settle by force
of armut what b,q.lopyliknon settled in theory,
and evert inpeptide.
Trebly fi nd rebel! ifre tbe confidence of the
world frFtliexperroartenof of the strength and
powerof our government; _when we have arbi
trated . by arms what we butve already done in
And shall we &minion:Ai' this ? Shall the peace
angel visit and settle again among us?. Shall
thd min of prosperitysigain shed his brilliant
beams over, our loved land ? C f osvaird, unbse r .
tio ask the thousands and .
tens of thbusands of freemen who have left
the anvil and the loom—who have turned.from
the plough end their professions.
hulk ..the City Counclisthe millionaires—the
State governments of the loyal North—ask the
civliisted • world, and you will 'receive an an
swer-like the rumblings of an earthquake, in
As sure as truth is better then error, as sure
as right is better than wrong—as sure as power
is stronger than weakness—as sure as God is
merciful and just—so sure will th, gorgeons
temple of American liberty raising its proud
glittering dome through the stars to Heaven,
stand'ilrut without° a column brokeh through
the shock of war. - Our children's children shall
worship in its chambers, that God who saved
it from defacement by rebel hands.
Later From Washington.
THE FRIGATE NIAGARA TO
Arrival or Pennsylvania Troops with
A Perfeot Blockade to be Established
ARRIVAL OF $700,000 IN SPECIE
Col. Wilson's New York Troops to go
PREGADELPHL4 NAVY YARD APPOINT
INCIDENTS AT THE FIRE.
Another Military Department Es
300,000 Volunteers Offered.
TRAY 'ROOFS E.N70712V0 CIOOD 11.6ALIT8
ANOTHER SOUTHERN ;THIEF
WASHINGTON, May 10
The big steam frigate Niagara, which sailed
the other day with sealed orders, is understood
to be sant to the blockade of Oharleeton.
Every day the military force here is increased
by new arrivals, and there wilt soon be thirty
thousand fine troops here for the defence of the
city, orfor any other service for which they
may be needed.
The Pennsylvania Regiment, under Colonel
Pettertm; got hare In safety, with Sherman's
battery, 'Lad Ilve companies of regulars. They
had no trouble "whatever In getting through
Baltimore by the . switch railrOad, and the au
thoritles there seem satisfied now to make no
trouble with our troops in . transit.
The blockadißg force Is to be divided Into
three agtuulrons. The - main fleet Is now sta
In the Gulf, ,and there Flag OtEoer
041cghso is located. The eepond portion of
the eghadton will bictlitade the Georgia ports,
and the third will attend to the oosat of Vir
bfr..Banfixrd, of the dAame Expreee Oottips
ny, arrived here yesterday with .1700,0Q0
specie for the Government.. He bed a military
.escort; mider,commluad of Captain J. W. Hoff
man; of Philadelphia, 93i far u...Aanapolls,
From that .point...torWashingt•ott tweinty-five
men, of the BroCklyn regiment,: guarded the
N if: Pollock; or Baltimore, has been ap
pointed Boate Agent on, the mail route from Bal
timore to Harrisburg. - • •
I learn that CCII. Wilson's New York troops,
kfinwri as the roughest of the Toughs, are to
march throngh Baltimore-very soon. On being
told that they would be tired on from the houses
in the Mob pity recently, Col. W‘ said : "Well,
if they do, there will be -some' empty lots for
sale in Baltimore about an hour afterwards."
Some of the New York troops have been- or
dered to Alexandria, as 1 nndesstand. The
Zonarti - will be : imong them.
Mr. Boswell Pari3obs' has been appointed
Boot and - shoe InaPectilir at the Arsenal' at
Mr. Gee. W. &re - has baan'appointed /dallier
Paintwr at the thibidelPhia Navy Yard.
ilany.,(Witi fel* 'l4formed by the
Zoe e , Yei!;- twieh.iw - one of ;them reaching down
4rknii a koatOr liheiptpe, while hie legs were
held *.tl4ofY # i b cfq***.,, H ie "body,
7 bodY •Me .
lonipladyseitsser.re9f, , nosemst , awn
tieing above the eaves. es a
steam tiutin,g flu.
Haring procured !Steam Power Prams, we ore
prepared to execute 308 and BOOK PRINTING of every
description, cheaper that it CID be done at uty other ea
tablishmentin the country
RATES 01' ADVKItTlEdita.
gay-Four lime or less constitute one hall InPon' Et t
1 es or inure than four constitute a square.
Ralf lquare one day....,
• three months,
one year.......... .
une y mare one day
46 one week. ..„ _ ...... 200
one month 3 00
three months ........... 6 06
Ids months-- ........... 00
one year 10 WI
sr Badness notices Inserted In the Lexa eoldetw i
aeib r a marriages and Deaths, FIVE CUM PlOl
or each insertlon.
/order:lnes end Deaths to be charged an regular
The fire was applied to the destroyed build
ing in three places, and it was no doubt a de
liberate attempt to burn out Willard's hotel.
Me property burned comprised a nerve dela.
drug store, saloon, &c., as telegraphed yester•
Major Anderson's room was next the i firs, -
and as he came down the stairs he was loudly
cheered. Some .one said, "Well, Major, this
his hot fire, but not as hot as thalat Sumter."
"Yes," said the Major, "iVrtiot enough
but at Sumter we had not so many to put tint
The had conduct of Ellsworth's Zonaves has
been exaggerated. There were but few disor
derly men in the corps, and they were prompt
ly attended to by the Colonel.
A deplorable accident occurred at Camp
Cameron yesterday, resulting in the death of
Larry Keyes, of the New York Seventh Regi
The deoefuied stooped to pick up aomethiog
near a place where a number of guns had been •
stacked, and as he was in the act of rising-flier
stack was accidentally strack and one • gnu ex.
ploded, the wad takltigeffVet'* - hiti' boily and
killing him almost instantly.
Colonel Lefferts caused the remains to be
placed in a metallic case, for transmission to
New York, and dispatched thither an officer to
personally communicate the event to the 'rela
tives of Mr. Keyes.
Major Ellett, of South Carolina, Paymaster
in the army, has seceded from the Federal Gov
ernment, leaving a balance of about $4.0,000
against him unadjusted.
Lewis Cleppane, of the National Republican,
has been appointed post master of the city of
In addition to the new military department
of Washington, Annapolis and Pennsylvania,
the States of Ohio, Indinla and Illinois will con
etitute a fourth, soon to be divided into several
others, to be called the Department of the
Ohio. Major Gen. ItE'Clelland of the Ohio vet+
unteers is assigned to its command; headqtar-
Mrs to be at Cincinnati.
The President by general order directs that
all officers In the army except those who have
entered the service since the first of April, take
and subscribe anew the oath of allegiance to the
United States. As set forth in the 10th article
of war. It is calculated that at least three
bundle I thousand volunteers have tendered
their services to the government. Of the large
number of troops here, but few are in the
hospital, and these receive the best attention.
A large train of care arrived at two this morn
ing with the troops who were uninterupted
Later from Annapolis.
THE PICKET GUARD ATTACKBD,
Wyoming Voinnteere Arrived-,
About midnight a squad of some fifty mount
ed Insurgents fired on the picket guard at Camp
Butler across the Severn river, the guard re
turned the fire and about twenty hots were ex
changed. The garrison regretted that the na
raudexe were not dismounted and made to gin
an account of themselves.
Similar squads are roving about ; their acts .
are disowned by the citizens. The eye of Col.
Smith is upon them.
A. sentinel in the yard was stabbed to-aay by
a person in citizen's dress.
A million of dollars in specie passed through
for Washington yesterday.
The Regiments at Annapolis are to be sworn
into service to-morrow, by Lieut. IL S. Put
nam, who is here forthat purpose. -TheACtrty
officers who were in the service prior , to April
Ist will renew their oath of allegiance. • The
steamer Silivonkell, just arrived from ANC
Monroe, reports several -prizes taken at old
Point Comfort. ' • -
A Li.etttenantwf the Milted States Navy was
aboard one of them: A severe gale with' rain
is prevailing.' •
The first company of voluatners from
coming county arrived to-day. •
Information received to-day from Westdee--
ton announces thelTkroh . itment, by the G;grie t iL ,
al Government, of Geu r grLeiland., Idsijor,(lsm .,
eral of the Ohio voluntsere„p
Western .Military Division of 49 .#/ 1
Western Rennsylranis is OPAtOlked 4
viaion. - •
SOUTHERN SHIPMENTS, SUpEND*I) AT
ARRIVAL O ATOM ?ROM BATON ROIION
The Collector of this port has receivedord , s,W,
from the Secretary of the Treasury, to e.7,iitnitie -
the manifests of all steamers bound Sotdh; 6
compare them with the cargoes, and if 4r ia'os
munitions of war, or other, supplies, are fat ul d
on board, the boat and cargo will be coniiiiiffsk
and the owners arrested forireaso .
meats South have been &wended.
About 1000 muskets and several .
cannon, from Baton Rouge, arrived die.
river thiitynorntng. : . .
the Concord - comiany, which It• *ltlo
the Fifth Maseactitaiefitte Beghstent; are, four
Bata:Whs.. one ')of one Platy and • dia
deeceAsient oft Amp la. Batts ,riols,Akbo gaTe tiw,„
wad 4 - coinv 4, °condor& grAdtcon tbb
lake, fret" vLauv
. ...... ..... 600
Waanuonos, May Ic.•
Ea. Loan, May 10.