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DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
Two To 811 To MIMI 00113111.
do alercory or Nosiotts Drugs.
WARBAY7III, OR NO MAIO; IN MOIL On TO
,Ictwas of the Boar or Limbs, Strietnree, Pains in
'h`"' AffeenollD ate Kidnap and Bladder, Organic
, Vas, :Nervous Debility, DeMly of' the Maim , Pow.
. lacquer, Low Spirits, Worn:Coo o: dean,
Of thee Heart, Timidity, TroMblinge, DenuesS
CaldmeSS, Disease of the Stomach, A fraction!
.r Mud. I Liru at, Mile or Skin—those
K !ram the trouscrotton or Solitary Habits of
I—App,e &moiled and destructive practises onion
c coll,tilltlanal debility, render marriage imps
aud destroy both body and mind.
mg un n especially who have become the victims of
1.1 ry Vial, that dreadful and destructive habit which
',weeps to an untimely grave thousands' of
mau of the most culled talent and brilliant Intel
al,o mig ht mig ht
thunders of eloquence, or waked to so.
heart lyre, may call wi full confldenoth
arrINI rxrrona, or three contemplating tae= be.
''.l; • 01 physical weakness, should Wm
and be teetered to perfect health.
no:diately cured and full rigorremerig.
Its woo I , ;tries himself under the care of Dr. 3., may
edy c, , nede in his honor as a gentleman, and eon,
t;, roy open his skill as a phyakdan.
erbillre ha. 7 death Fr ederick street, Baltimor
ow Ie.!! hand tide going from Baltimore street, 7
re bike the corner. Be particular 111 observing the
or Lumber, or you will mistake the plane. Be pe.
Inc r,r Ignorant, TViing goods, wall alai nettles/
, Ihrubug Certi fi cates, attracted by the repute
, t •,1 Pr. I boson, lurk near.
kuere !nest contain a Postage Stamp, to the On the
;:, 7 . Samson member of the Royal College of Burgeons,
len, ?sin:nate from one of the meet eminent Collegn
i.e filmed slates, and the greatest part of whose life
been Fpect in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila.:
L. I elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
ng cares that were ever known. Many troubled
nutitug iu the ears sad head when asleep, great ner•
limn', alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
request blushing, attended sometimes with derange.
ei mind were cured immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
addresses all those who baying injured thew
by private and improper indulgenoles, that secret
, t.tnry habit which ruins both hod.) , and mind, en
g ern for sillier busineseor society.
• are some of the sad and melancholy en cm pro.
1 • ovly habits of youth, via : Weakness of the
I.lrubs, Palos In the Dead, Dimness al Hight,
or 31u,cular Power, Palpitation of the Heart,
•k,:ierv.us Irritability Derangement or the Distally.
t u..;tiatH, Goserat Deb il ity, gymptoms of tkaufunip.
YIENTALII, the fearful effects on the mind are mash to
he trended :—Loss or Memory, Confusion or Ideas, De
pr.hssm of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion tOSOCk•
I,y, Sad-deivitst, Love of Solitude, ho., are 401114
the eve easels.
Thewiau,s of permute of all Rea, can now judge what
to the cave of Weir decline In health, losing their vlgor,
berottehg weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have a
El/ it arpharanee about the eyes, eough, and 'yelp
hta of consumption.
. YOUNG YEN
Tito have injured themselves by a certain practice, In
Joyeu lo when alone-4 habit frequently learned front
m....outpanionti, or at school, the effects of winch are
Al felt, even when asleep, and If not cured, renders
allege impassible, and destroys both mind and body,
uld apply immediately.
Ni t a a pity that a young man, the hopes ot hb MI6
i, the darling of his parents, should be 11111t0h011 Iron
prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences
deviating Irom the path of nature, and tndnlgtng in a
c , rain Heerot habit. So hpersous must, before conies
3; that a sound mind and body are the most neeeemity
to promote ounnubial happiama. Indeed
• 11,gt these, the journey through life becomes a weary
the prospect hourly darkens to the mew ;tht
A Dicohea shadowed with despair, and Riled with the
redaction that the happiness of another be.
aes bli,;hted with our own.
ANN WEAKNES REMEDY FOR OR
.3y thisgreat and important S.
remedy, Weaning ol thi
• are gpeedity cured, and full vigor nattered.
or the meet nervous and debilitated wht
lua Dope, bloc been Immediately relieved. AU
„pc izzaAte to Marriage Physical or Mood Dbmoallll.
~ uon, ter vow., Trembling,' Weakness or Rthanstlon
EL, or,st leartal kind, speedily inured.
Tbe many thousands cured st Mtn Instlutton within till
IPNIVe yours, and the kamerows important gurgle&
oaerati• 0. poranmua by Dr. J., whammed by the re
mrter., ul the papery, Mad many other persona dodoes co
which har., appeared again and again before be public,
Wades hat Sault% at a gendonan elf famaner "am
sponrebilvy, Is a atenclent guarantee to the afflicted.
ASr.B I.IIIItUDLNCE —When the misguided
11111,f11 tent rotary of pleasure Midi! he has =blind
t Seed, thw painful disease, It too often NIPPING t hat
al -meet sense of shams or dread of Msoovery deters
.L, to (rum applying to those who, front education and re.
cco.tui;ity can Clue befriend Wn, delaylat till the conr
autental aymptome of this horrid dams* make then
,Igearance, ailectina the bead, threat, OM., Ain, 40.,
prugn Euiug Oa with Ingblful rapidity, all death pats
tarati dredttful &interleaf by seeding tinn lo
ourue learn whence so traveler returns." it
thimamids hill victims to this terra
diseme, owing to the Unentlfalesse of
era, wet, uy the use or that deadly paean, nisawilill,
inectrutlautioa amid make the residue of Me misenthla.
.1•111“1741t8.--.The Doctor's Ldpionma bang in
Sir Lettere must coatalo a Stamp tons on the reply. '
air acmcdhe sent by Nall.
**-N u . da (Lawry ouch Frederick street, Baltimore,
1861. 3D OPENING, 3D OPENING 1861.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
OP MIRY assosnmox.
arm The qui ty of the goods for the pries will be =Wm*,
evQry use to purchase.
MThe west veto goods of the mace at a gnat IMO.
ORISSA LI AS,
I s iELITANS.
L APO AWNS and LEITELLAS
are em; tholisr.
CACART & BROTHRIL
Next door to TH
the Harrisburg Bank.
St Tee largeat stook of the very beat rill° 441114
Next door to the Harr/0114 Bank.
Parasols, Sun, Umbrellas and Umbrellas
gut pe city. r cent lower than can be purchased
el iewheio itt
CATHOADI & BIIOTHIR.
mfg N 0.14, starhet*g
Next CO the Harrisburg Bank.
T.T.olB.—Three Iluodred Extra Ellitgar
Cured Ham Jut reoitTeo r
MI. WICK not COs
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NO. E 9
M A airlE T . STEPP T:
DRUG ISTS, PHYSIOIAIiS.
KEEPERS AND CONSOIMiS,
We are daily ad die to our assortment of
goods ell such oracles is are dedruble, and
would respect 1013 call your attention to the
largest and beet selected stock lo this city, of
DRUGS OnEMIOALS dr PAINTS,
arnlidees and Glues,
Dyad hank platy and Patty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Burning Phdd and Alaohol,'
Lard, Sperm and Pin• 011 a,
Boitlea Vlals aad Lamp. , Globes,
CostCo Roam apongos,and Corks,
dro., 4k0,, dro.,"diref
With general: variety of
PERPUMERT & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the beet mramfeeturecra and Per
fumers of Europe and this oountry.• . -
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHIM LEAD,
UMW OIIy VANNISIEW
COLONS, PAINT AND
IN ALL , TREIR VARIZTISAI
COLORS AND BRONNIP
OF ALL RINDS. '
R - .
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f, 4 t •
We respectfally invite a call, fetging:oOnii-,
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
TEETH! TEETH t
Anil% AND mums rola:Wit IZETH..
PATENT MEDICINES AND ttialt
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and 001100111171(401 T iß; GEO. / :13
WTINN, graduate of the
daltimore College of Dental dorgery, bating *Ma
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, Ithich. we naLuy located hi the.Olty OP Harrisburg - sad Mien the
Woe lormerly occupied by Dr. Gorses on T Wearies,
sell as low ee it can be purchased hi the oitteLl beitiben Mantel Lad Wattait, respna — 4hity tatortai
- - friMeltrand die public in general, that he Is prepared in::
maw. MEDIC AL - FLUID wynnij k ailv potions all operations to duo Demist protasatoe,,:sither•
'111M"'"":".! ,„ r u zl iu m m ilje b r ope bam m l i cs4 o, , a
In tu ' i m
s t o u r iner an , thts t
a e r tl t lmot l gt
COAL 0141 *CARBON OIL) ,1 ilE° 4° in"rung artid a etal teeth in any
• • • - rboValardentino prim:Oleg.
Beteg large purchaser..tseewolig4we
Teeth, from one to a lull set, mounted on ;
can o ver, rbodiut plates or ths valeanualhale.
offer inducements to oboe buyeis. Ooal 011 • juke • -•
tr • gr it P former ' Wen mg th e
mosj rik. ni o n • emsn to my to at Harris
kalkaof the Army, and feel readout wit he will peitor ,
cheep. All Muds of lima changed tti burn glons In a Would° manner, trout my teowledge
111 : 11 1 1 4r. 1. 0 1.1 4 4 1 tri 7 :5 1 ` &L GORkiall D. D. 8,
FARMERS AND"GRA.ZIEB , S;
Those of YoII' 9 4°Aw 4 VIAg I F 4 . ° I4O ,TMEBR
AND,CATTLE ROWDAIIII. a blot know not
their engerlonty, mat the advantage they are In
keeping Horses and Datae healthy and in good
Thousands can testify to tie profit they have
derived from the mei of our Cattle /loaders by
ihe Increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and ap
pearance of their Cattle.
Our long niperience bi the binsbii# gives us
the advantage of athorough knowledge-of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we oan in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our bushiesk On the
beet of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage beetoWed .
an oar hood), we hope by &let attention
bualneea, a careful selection of
tf: riots'. and
410443 to 0 0001 - 1 4
a continuum of thelawsof
'- .. !I r N D . EI ) S XR:Yfi`° l Ik G S -.W' EU. T R A.L IN. NONE."
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RB IPA4 , :'FiilbAl AFTEWOON, JUNE 7, 1861
L*l ‘,.;.17i .a has
.1 - EatalibillAWEEKLY
BETWEEN NEW YOKE
7 3 ANDIIVERIVOL
AITDING AND EMBARKING PAS
Pou4 /few ork innghiladelphlaltteamithip company
Intend jall,,powigad tikrae-built iron
Steamshipim follows :
eTled, Saturday, let Jane ; 1 1bINSUBOH, Saturday,
Bth Jane; CIT OF BiNGTON, Saturday, 16th June;
and limy] ~ J et, Noes, Orem Pier 44, North
=me at; P •
4, 4NraL.:4.8109.1 ''do doef„
Steerage Return Tick *At Mouths
Passengers f 'PMW Bane, Bamberg.
Bremen, Rotterdam,, Ses.,`at reduced through
WI-Persons wishing to Ming enttheir friends Alibuy
Noketw here at the followincratm, to New York Props
Liverpool or, Queen:down; let O a t 575, aad 11106 .
BM/MO front lliverolsol 8 40 00. From Queenstown,
Theo) Steamers here. superior monunedations for
psmariPirth ltni4 g nall7 eamlenoed Aqueous., , Th ey are
bniltth Wake , lit Iron Beetled% and bare Pateat Fire
ArithlOtora on boar& lbr further apply
&Übe Onnpany'd Moen. Jl4O. G. DAIJh Argent,
011 2 7.0_ 16 Broadway' York.
Or 0.0. Idinnierman, Agilet,„Harriaburg.
Loma amnia, •
aliEslifq2 , ST. ABOVE THIRD
' ' •
V, the ininiedhite neighborhood of the
obblugillo Ase 'Peste _op Market, Third sad Chestnut
s 'the' Rantp, Orite gerchantat Azchinge,
~ lApt isaenv WPM
, ARDWRICAN AND 'EUROPEAN PLAN.
BOAAD FRADAY - UM.
Dltthei biattiMenl'V W etloclr, 60' cents. Angie
A first. mass Restaurant attached. i Prim* according to
WU or Fare. ,
• me City Qui tatA'Pass6nOcre *dm any alum to or
dose to the Note% 4 • ' "
csirEngdstn Friona, German sad LtanlOispokein
ifigAtoo - ,-haniiitt .
OAPHNIER4 rain and
ALL WWI, DlsLAlNgt..f#Aya. dkyles and Quality.
=MA LONG Ma, dlfferelfea.
prteeelidall lbw sheveiGeedi, Inudnitiedine,iwih
be found "lower than aver, ,, at
v at , ,ACDOorrto ttte Gurlabers Eedqt,
:g s f' k t
Mowry, Rums, _ . , _
• :.. 7 .•.'1 5 . , , ,.... , i l til.Pßi pi
li qc ‘ ol ''. , ;..,..,:.',.. A
• L''' ) - Ir Wilo al ;r lll"l4 Pais, &0., &c.
Jut resolved and for erele. j t thalami: nue PION2I.
_WM . . DiA:IIC: JR.. .ds CO.
. . ~ ...
;QInENUE; ,PE j
CURRANT, AR,, .
1 ORAIMIE. , RASPBERRY.
Just 1,044714 frOnTNPw Yoricfa warlinted sung'.
. Jr., Co,
AREA- , twlliva
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STB.,
. • Haiisburg, Pa. '
A LWAYB on hand a large assortment of
AOL-BOOT% NEVONEI, ciApirodB, Ao., or tue very beet
coatitles.:Hot geOilemeo, and ,ehtlereas , weer—
Pikes So' sult th e WOO: All kind Of wwt MADE TO
O3J J* in the best eerie by superior workmen
11112 AIRING Conant short notice.
ocelkdif JOHN B. sutra, Harrieborg:
FL -FLAB 11
bTOTE PAPE VVELOPES with
National dosign4, Lama 'PISR w.ttl a view of
tit) , ol Harris! Arg, priuted sat . for male at
soma- rpm BooxaroßE,
a 4.24 Near 166 - Harrisburg Bridge.
COTTON TOP MAIRESSES,
FRENCH CARPET HASSACICS,
- LOUNGES, &o:
On hand and for sale wholesale and retail at the very
km* rates tot Gash
HAIR EIAnIASREI and .SPRING APT/9 318
fLuran - TA oitimia.
LOUNGES; . -
- • - HAIR HATRIWIS,
aepatretiand blade equal to Yei,y reasonable, Mild
10.1.9 Market sweet between Found' and Fifth, by
mar2l J.T. HAMMITT..
Litrs , l3ll . l3co3 ,,, tts p.
: Wing entered in.
in theC OAL TRADE in Ms slAntroldd. respectfully'
Abe palronsge of We ottliatuk
~I will keep on hand
Coolie all fr om the MOW celebrited and approved
atineeetgleth w4l be delve:radio any part of toe
. 0101. 'find other , losparnien, 'ku
Goan 100 e4rs. rea. Boat tz—on
liat. • , ,;01t. gelilloni pciitfiial ng bY the ' plot
17 4 yaga
ter r iiinl*dieStvilieltonnal to the Ton: ' '.,
0.'44 llarkstaureetviesone Arno !tenni Deteter;
iltakiL t io X 011406,&14404.......V.0. . Otte*, in
RAW - Nai
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NEW. COAL OFFICE.
... : _4 - ::fs,.- - 4k;'04,',p•4:,.1
APP"IMPOIT 43r Govaneon.-t-The Gov'
crier has commissioned George H, Bardvrell
Brigade Quarter Masterorith the:rank of CaP4
tab, for the fourth regiment, Penneylvanhi
volunteers. - •
Nouns Tioors.—The 'United States Zomi
awes, of, Pittsburg, and the . New , York Nines
teleuth,Begimoint peeeed through this City lase
night—the former en route for New York,eity,l
and the latter for Washington. t
Faom Ciimminancrito—Anvenos orTsoors. We
learn from Chatnbersburg that the Bamter Gar.;
riaon, under Capt. Doubleday, the Texan Ran-,
gers, M i lifullin's Independent Bangers, and the
Philadelphia Light Brigade, were today far;
ribbed with rations for four days, `and oidered
to'hold themselves hireadineas for immediate
-.1 • •
LATEST FROM WASHINGTON.
APPOINTMENT OF PAYMASTERS,
-^NO BATTLE YET.
THE REBEL TORCES AT MANAS4
Xfashiegion Physiciin Captured byl
y f _..•-
OAPTITILIEVEI $30,000 IN' EIPECIAJ
" B TEE "GOVERNMENT.
smarm or PERCUSSION CAPS FROM
Arupthis Brigadier General•
Aeonnes to Iteeolve Our lieu
: 4 VaiN4,,ROB EUE ERRNIAI
Letter from the American Consul'
lA/AmniaTea, Jane 6
The Secretary of War has appointed the fol-:
lowing named gentlemen as . Paymasters in the ,
irmy Thomas B. ARen and . Charles T. Lar-,
dill; Qf Missouri; Kinzie, James
ikinney and J. D. Webster, of Illinois ; Robert
P. Dodge of District of Columbia
.; Will Cum
bank and Wm. P. Gould, of Indiana; Arthur
W: Fletcher, of Maryland; David Taylor, John
11.-Oroesbeck, Robert 0. Kirk and Dwight Bun.
nister , , of Ohio ; Thos. W. Lard, or New York ;
.of Delaware; How
aril, of Michigan ; Andrew M. Ballade, A. M.
4 1 Lyon and Robert E. Patterson, of
vagria ; G. L. Andrews, of Masintehrusetts ; Thos.
J. McKean, of Iowa; E. B. Paulding, of Minne
. - Munee, of California ; Thos. .J.
Halsey, ,of irermont , and William R. Gibson..
No battle is reported as yet in • this region,
and the heavy rain of last night and , to-day
makes : it likely that there is none on hand:
There seems to 'be no doubt • of Beauregard's
being at Manassas Junction, where the rebels
alUreforin• g themselves for a stout resistance
to the Federal arms. They are said to be bad
ly off for water, what they have being brought
there in tanks. Thai are sinking tells now.
Dr. Dunstan, a physician of this city, was cap
tured by Virginia secessionists' fix Mitryiauct,
on Tuesday. His ee mmo. causes some excite-'
meat here. ' '
§everal-of the Virgo Pugioi%peisanets at the Hairy
"raid have petitioned to be alinced to take the
mitts of allegiance to the United Mates.
The Govqnment seized $BO,OOO in specie
on the Baltimore and Ohio Ballroal, as contra
band of war. It is rumored teat it was in
tended for the lity of the rebul' soldiers
lliwper's Perry. It
A lady started to go out of the city yesterday
aloae, in a buggy, shm:wakatoPP#4, and her
trunk, on being opened, was found to be full
of caps—percusaion caps. They were captured
as contraband, of course.
Alexander Cummings, formerly of the Phila.
delphia Bullain, now of the tew Yolk
has been appointed a Brigadier General, with a
view to being made Quartermaster General in
It is stated that the Government has informa!
tion that Austria declinea to receive our new.
Minister, Mr. Burlingame, on account of the
prOminent kart he acted In procuring
pfompt recognition of the new Italian King
dom. AS Aus t ria is understood• to favor our
GOveihment in its dealings with the Southern
rebellion, she may consistently reject a Minister
who has favored what she regarded as a re
bellion in her own dominion.
It having been reported that a large number
of axing had been stortid at Hanna under the
protection of tile British flag for the Conteder
ate Stabs, Consrd Blinfeldt was directed to in-,
gifire into the Subject. Tletter has just 'hien
pleshisrlibiliArifilkilloh he ,says' thiC he
*Mtcr had proykstlreigiigik'
, He bad forma that all the munitions of
*ai brought there niustt be immediately
'deposited In the government warehouse,
and 'are .sold froin thence only by express
'permit from the .Captain 'General himself:
would-be impossible to land the number of
rifieekspecified,—nainely . 26,ooo,—Soithout the
' knowletge of the Government;- and the author
ities,- on their own account, would be extremely
'unwilling to permit the importation of such
larger arnounts•ef arms to the Island of Cuba ;
beSides, he had the assurance of the Cap
' tain General that it would not be permitted.
ASpanish house had ordered in Belgium 70,000
rifles, with a view to speculate In the present
crisis. As this has failed, he presumes the order
will not be filled. He is under the impression
that a few of. the rejected muskets of the
Spanish army have been Amid there at public
auction--say 10,000—and 'that these are the
only' arms which have gone from Havana to
our southern ports for secessionists.
The Postmaster at. Memphis 'having refused
to distribute the mail matter sent to.' hie office,
•the ,Postmaster General has directed the fol-
lowing ordet• to be issued :
"The • Post (Wm* at Memphis, Tennessee, is
disbontirmed. :The Postmaster General orders
all Postmastern to forward to the Dead Letter
Office at ;Washington all mail matter which is
directed to that office:"
Late from Western Virginia.
SEVEN THOUSAND TROOPS AT
CONDIVON OF COLONEL KELLY.
Gov. Letcher's order to Burn Bridges.
NEWS moat THE El ARYI4III3,
Leacling Bridge turners Arrested.
Movement toward Harper's Ferry.
'A PRIVATE CITIZEN OF WIIE4ING
RESTED FOR TREASON
Secessionists Taking' the Oath of
Marty Companies of • Infantry and Ar
tillery• at .Ithilipiki.
Chan' ge - of:§entinient , -;-The Union Feel.'
MORE TROOPS .310TriNC&,. TO
Union Companies Forming at 'Farb:ins
'Points In Western Ylrginia•
WEuLING, VA., June 6.
There are now some six thousand Fedefal
troops concentrated at Grafion (the Junction of
the Baltimore and Ohio and the North Western,
Ihrgiala Railroads) and at Phiiippi, twenty
- miles distant. More are constantly crossing the
river from Ohio, at Bellair and Parkereburg,
for the seat of wir.
Culoiel Kelley has been brought from Phil
ippi, where he was wounded, to Grafton. His
wound is not considered morral, but it is very
severe and dangerous. He was shot in the
tight breast belui the collar bone.
The Inteiligencer of to. day 'publishes a list of
the papers captured by the Federal troops in
the rout of the rebel . camp atPhitippi. Among
them is one from Governor Ler.cher, giving in
structions for the burnish' , of the.bridges on
the. Bsltimore and Ohio Railroad.
The leading- bridge burners have all been
It is surmised that the Federal troops in
Western Virginia will be moved slowly on to
Onionnierr, 'June 6.—A special despatch from
'Grafton to the Gazette, Says that the'Union flag
is waving along the whole route between that
'place and Wheeling. The Ohio troops are
guarding the• road.
. Major Loring, of Wheeling, has been brought
to. Grafton, having - been arrested on the charge
'of, treason. A large number of Seceisdonists
have been arrested, but released on taking the
;oath of allegiance. They all say that they ea
pected,a war of devastation, and were deceil
:ed by their leaders. The. beet feeling is , pre
ladling between the troops and the Virginians.
- Volunteers are being raised for the GOvern-
Mont atlilutidsburg and throughout the west
ern section of the State. Several companies
went down to Wheeling last evening for drill.
Col:Kelly is much better but not out of
danger. He has been brought to Grafton
There are twenty companies of infaatry and
sliversl of artillery stationed at Philippi as a
garrison. A wonderful change his taken
place, and the Union feeling predominates.
There are nearly 7000 troops at Grafton and
Plidllippi; named' the Sixth and Ninth Indiana
regiments, and thelirst Virginia regiment, with .
Colonels Irvine, Andrews and Stodukan's Ohio
and ClevelancLArtillery. Gen. Morrie, of In
is in command.
It iirnot, jfiaown how' many rebels w
p pi *hey were en;
boCAibiteid, of lfias
tern Vir ; e au"
tam Erinting fiftts.
Having procured Steam Power Prows, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTIN G of every
description, cheaper that it MI be done at any other etc
tatdiahmentic the country
nat2sB OF ADVicarlaNG.
sr Four lines or less constitute one- ball Sql l Sre' M t
llt ea or more thou tour constitute a square.
Halt Square. one day.......,
one mon th . .
44 th ree month; 3SO
S 'LI mamba 4 0
One Square ono day 000
4, _ ono meek. 80
44 one month . .."
. ....... .... ..... .. 8 00
4. th ree months .... 600
a sit months.. ... ......... .... :.. 8 Oeg
apse yearlo Oe%
astiness Bottom Inserted In the Lied ociames, op
beibre Marriages and AIWA FIVJ CENIE PER LIU
or each insertlou. _ _ . _ , _ _
*7l-Marriager an' d Deaths to bo - obliged 'as reviur
Union men had been. impressed Into their
Cul. Dumont's Seventh Indiana Regiment
led the attacking column at
Col. Crittenden's Regiment- ilOt opt up
in time to participate.
The march made during the night preceding
the attack, was really wonderful. In looking
over the ground one Is astonished that they
could -travel the distance in the time It was ac
complished in. It was never exceeded In the
history of the country.
The troops were moving to Philippi bun
How Rebel Prisoners are Treated.
The Captured Virginia Cavalry take
the Oath of Allegiance,
~.QUIET AT ALEXANDRIA.
The Projected Newspaper Publication
Capt. Ball, of the Virginia Cavalry Company
captured on the occupation of Alexandria by
the Federal forces, has received permit to go
beyond the lines in order to bring his family to
Washington. It is thought that his account
of the good treatment he received while a priso
ner, will have an infirtenee on the rebels in his
neighborhood. The oath administered to him
was not merely that of a parole, but one of alle
giance to the Federal Government, both of
whicn were also administered to all his men in
Washington this morning.
" An attack by the rebels, appreheruled
last night in some quarter, and the necereary
precautions were taken, but the town, remained
The northeaster still continues and the at
mosphere is quite cool.
The projected publication of a • newspaper
here by the soldiers has been prohibited by an
order from the Provost liarshall•
TROOPS PROM. THE WEST.
Prrienono, June 6.
The Pennsylvania Railroad generously of.
feted to forward ,Daptalii John P. limn' com
pany of &naves, consisting of one hundred
men, free of charge, from Pittsburg to Phila
delphia. They left here this afternoon at four
o'clock, and will pass through, Harrisburg
about midnight, en route to New York, to join
Gen. Sickles' brigade.
e public is !motioned against a DQW and
dangercalrfeit. They purport to be
tens on the BlueNP,,3l Bank of Dorchester,
Hass. The vignette lib a blacksmith ALhis
may% with a railroad train ei rittrireper le
hand, a farmer with a sickle and a sheaf of
DOMESTIC GOODS I
Table Linens, Tickings,
Diapers, Manna's, &c., &o.
Never were oilers,' as low as are new ceiling hi , .
myB Next to the itarresbarx Bonk.
Glorious Star Spangled 'Banner I
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER,
BUHL/gad, &0., &UMW WINDJW BLINDS, W
we'd° we Gall the ettentoon or our Mew* and caudally
awiwittenile examine our. goods Lau yrwes.
We we eeternuned to sell snap. wind we Awe.
star We itawidwwg
EMPTY IaULAWS6 ILULIBUF.A.I)S.—.4
large gummy at empty Mbinnass ba [ iele~ How
LIWILi and bleat Wats, ter safe by
my 24 WK. -DOCK
STONE FOR BALE.
BELDING BTome, or Stone suitable
for turapilung purpohto will Bo *toreros to any
kotr ol the city or its vicinity. Appiy to
marr2A WM- .9rApRR. 312. N
COMMTSSIONERB appointed under
the Act of itworporauenuf. the _city of Harris ourg
lweing made a plot or graft Of ,lteldelw. designatlig the
swats, lanes and alleys now existing and opeaag. and
also where avenues, WOW, !Foes dna alive el; W. here
after be opened, and 440 uelignatieg within the omits
of said city a plot or piece Of ground, containing 1101 lads
ihd/ twenty acres iOr the use ti the public aud or mild
city, for the puritauti and rum mai...lotted In Said act ;
and having ratOrnitted.their unit and report to lee Coot
of Quarter seasons, Of Dauphin county, for the approval
of iaid Court ,• the said draft and report have been Med
by order of said Court in the office of the Clerk of Quar
ter BeBl3lollll of said county for public inspection ; . ituu tut.
/eau exceptions 610 Hied thereto by puttee thicreated iu
or sold Court. My order of toe Court.
the same Mil be apprived the .ihufeasf„tanok
WM. iIITIMELL, CUM.
T8L11.36L11.1.1 3 / 4 11. would realiootfully:
J. inform toe yubtiO that he hae removed.un Plum,
In and Bras mounding eitabliehineg, to No. 22 , s m o .
mud street below Bares Hot& Thankful fotqatet pat
ronage, oe hoped by strict attention u! tonalities to mad
oentrattahoe of 11. -
apl2.dtf 1. JONI&
HARRISBURG} and PHILADELPHIA.
Wm. B. •Burk, Aged, 812 MitOke skeet, Phs7,adde
fornserk Livivias 4 CO.
• pootal bondaofor itt dliarge of each
• train. ROodisdshvered at the Warenonse, Pithier&
pina, at 4,1( o'etook P. M. wlti be deli cored Li amis.:
nurgnest morning . J. WALLOWER, Agent,
znyttLdtt Win Rettatag Depot, Harrisburg.
SO I a
ALRICAYDRIA, Jane O.
PITUDITIte, Jane B.
SIGN OF THE