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TETI LAW OP NIWNPAPISL9.
~tri`.r:bers order the
to ne discontinuae of their news
-. • the publisher may continue sed them until
, are paid.
b eribere neglect or refuse to take their newsp•
• tr r •al the glace to which they are directed, they are
until they hat — lett ed ths bills arid ordered
R a JOHNSON
; , _,,OCK HOSPITAL ,
1118 (iiscoverod the most certain, speed)
. , :factual remedy in the wont for
t EASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
IirLITI IN PIZ TO TWILler HOCES.
Mercury or Noxious Drags.
.1 et WARRANUD, OA SO CHARCE, Lr ream Uri To
of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Paine in
.I.!reeliOnS of the Kidney , and Bladder, organic
. ':ervulla Debility, Decay of the Physic Pow .
I t, languor, Low Spirits, Contumuu o. deal,
0 .1 .11 Of the Ilcart, Timidity, lremblings, Mem/elle
o/dinesF, fesea..ve of the Stomach, Mkt:Boni
, fhro .1. po se or —thosv terrible disor
. t r ,en the indiscretion ur Solitary Habits 01
oilui and destructive practises which
debility, render marriage impos
-troy buth body and mind.
specially who have become the victims el
~., that dreadful and destructive habit which
cps to an untimely grave thousands of
1,•;, the most exalted talent aqil brilliant Intel
might otherwise have en need listening
%. the thunders of eloquence, or waked to en
. I crag lyre, may call with full confidence.
}arsons, or those contemplating marriage,
. physical weakness, should Immediately con•
bo restored to perfect health.
Immediately cured and fun vigor restored.
„., places himself under the care of Dr. J., may
confide in his honor as a gentleman, and con,
~.;y rpen his skill as a physician.
, .; : \ (I. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore,
• ;• ;eft hond side going from Baltimore street, 7
ro.n 1 . .0 Corner. Be particular in observing the
; wikher, or you will mistake the place. Be per.
ignorant, Yelping Quacks, With false names,
Humbug Certificates, attracted by the repute.
,; , ..l.husou, I urk near.
must contain a Postage Stamp, to use on the
member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
ra duos from one of the mast eminent Melee
-rates , and the greatest part of whose lift
pout in the &syllabi of London, Verbs, Phila.
...IAI elsewhere, has effected some of the most as.
u roe. that were ever known. Many troubled
ug iu the ears and heed wbeu asleep, great uer•
3 , 'wail! alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
queot blushing, attended sometimes with derange
mind were cured immediately,
TAME PARTICULAR NOTICE.
' nthlresseß all those' who baring Injured them
by and Improper Indulged°lea, that secret
Ary tuba which ruins both body and mina, en
tor either businessor aoniety.
-r.ide of the ea 4 and molanoligly ott eta prc..
eerly habits of youth, viz NVellcuose of the
ratas in the Read, Damn of tiight,
r Power, l'ulphatioe of the Heart, Lye-
\ .16 Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
ti.:veral Symptoms of Consul:up
the fearful effects on the mind are much to
of Memory. Confusion of Ideas, De.
v. Spirits, Evil Forebodings, dvereiot tozisd.,
Love or Solitude, Timidity, t.e., o.re. some
of parsons of all ages, eon now Judge what
r. • Cu 44 13 of their dordine in health, losing their vigo.',
weak, pale, nervous and emeMtatod, have a
:Our appo.tranee about the eyes, cough, and Hymp•
' , lt; of consumption.
alai have injured themselves by a certain prautioe, in
ompr.l to whoa alone—a habit frequently learned Iron
..iompanionS, or at school, the effects of which are
id,ititly felt, even when asleep, and if not eared, raiders
marriage imposithie. and destroys both mind and body,
ahunid apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hopes of tils couu.
try, the darling of ha parents, should be snatched trots
oil proof eal and enjoyments of life by the consequences
of ducat lrece toe path of nature, and indulging in a
certain sectul habil. *I %persons must, before centers
thlt a sound , rOnd and body are the most necessary
to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
, :':.gut theso , thojourne through life becomes a weary
;:riniagei the prospect hourly clarions to the viow;the
becomes shadowee with despair, and filled with the
.1 neholy reflection that the happiness of another be.
03 blighted with our own.
1 , 1; JoHNSON'S INVIGORATING RIVIMERY FOR OR .
0' Italy great and important remedy, Weakness of at
' , sans are speedily cured, and hill vigor restored,
in.us.Ands of the moat nervous and debilitated wht
ai lour ali hope, hove been Immediately relieved. Ail
up...moods to Marriage, Physical or Mental Disqualifl
,b,m, Nervous '
Trembling, Weakness or Exhaustion or
motq fearful kind, speedily Cured,
The many thousands at this hesitation within the
taut twelve yours, add the numerous important hurga:e,
operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re.
riere of the papers, and many other persons, notices o;
widen have appeared again cud again before the public,
besi3Os Ida standing as a gentleman of character sad re
*plea:M:llly, is a sufficient guarantee to the !aided.
Adr,d IMPRUDECCX —Mice the mffiguided
rod ireprmieut votary of pleasure Iluds he his imelboo
the seed. Co this painful dtioase, it too often happens um"
ha ill-timed sense of shame or dread of disc ivory deters
lArn .rum applying to those who, from education and re ,
tpectability can alone befriend him, delaying till the eau •
otitutional symptoms of this horrid disease =An than'
hppeantrine, affecting the head, threat, U 08 39 Skill, so,
progressing On with frightful rapidity, till death pate a
, nod to his dreadful sufferings by seoding him to ' , mai
.-Queue from whence so traveler returns." It to a ino..
...choly fact that thousands fall victims to this terribit
d , it . .tPi(l,, owing to the unskillinneas of
who, by Om use of that deadly peason, mercury, 'llia
• constitution and make the residue of file miserable.
ncv. mnaaustia.—The Doctor's Diplomas bang In his
esrlktters must cOlatillri a Stamp taus on the reply
Sti - htmedies sent by Mall.
lie No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
1861. 3D OPENING, 80 OPENING 1861,
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Or EVPAT DEPORIPPION.
Th e quill of the goods for the priee will be an hide'se.
moot to every one to Purchase.
The mrstdostrable goods of the season at 1 great no.
LAWNS and /ant/a
ere em-Jo g thither .
Fdirt door to the Ilarriebnrig
Eirt& - •
SKELETON S --
The Itrvivt hboL et the very best make to be Ibunit
Neu door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Tv,„,..y.fivo Der coot lower than can be purchased
where In the thy.
L'i; t o Market
clT_TlB.—Three Hundred Extra Sugar
PO Heibil but received by
WY. DOCK Jll. CO:
A , ` 1, ;-.
, ' AII/LP, eilbar,
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D• W. GROSS & CO.,
WIIOLIESALE AND REtAIL
HARRISBURG, PIM , ' A
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS. STORE-
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily ad dib to our assortment of
goods all such F tildes as are desirable, and
would respect lull) call your attention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS ct PAINTS,
Oils, Varnishes and Glues,
Dye-Stuffs, Glass and Putty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pure Ground Spaces,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine 01Is,
Beatles, Vials and Lamp Globes,
Castile Soaps, Sponges and Corka,
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
IN ALL THEIR VARTETLES,I
COLORS AND BRONZE
OF 4U4L KINDS,
0 0, \
We respectfully invite a call, feeling confi
dent teat we can supply the wants of all on
termd to their satisfaction.
TEETH 1 TEETH ! I
JONE'S AND W.tu'iT,'S POItOELAIN TAW
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.'`
Saponifier and Conoentrated Lye I
Wholeoale Agents for Saponifier, which we
as low as It aurbe parchasisd in the attics.
TELAYER'S MRDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL CARBON OM!!
13eimfg large purchasers In, these Oils, we can
°anti, indacernenli to dcee huyeni. Coal
Lanlps of the moat improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
RAMO - IRS AND GRAZIERS;
Utak, of you who have not given, our ActlISE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
theii superiority, and the advantage they are in
keer4ng Horses and Cattle healthy and in good
condition. . 4 .
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derited from the nee of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
betides improving the general health and ap
pearanoa of their Cattle.
Our long erperience in the busirwat gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, anti our arrangements in the cities are
such that we can in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed'
OD our house, we hope by strict attention to
businees, a careful selection of
PURE DRUGS -
tiiitsiCand the desire to` &hew all; "
merit a continuance of the favors of a:discrim
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE•"
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 8, 1861
COLORS, PAINT AND
. • - STEAM 'WEEKLY
BETWEEN NRW YORK
- AND LIVERPOOL
LANDING AND EMBAR ING PAS
SENORRS at QUEENGTOWEI - Airrland.) The Liver.
pool, New York and PlUladelphla Steamship company
Intend despatching their - hill powered Clyde-built iron
Steamships as follows :
ETNA, Saturday, Ist June; EDI.NBURGII, Saturday,
Bth Juno; CITY OF WASHINGTON, Murddy, 15th June'
and every Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, Nort h
Rens or mum.
FILM CABIN $75 0D..... 00
do to London $BO 00 1 do to London„s3B 00
Steerage Return Tickets, good for Six Monthsk.....oo 00
Passengers forwarded to Parts, Havre, Bamberg,
Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c., at reduced through
—Persons wishing to bring eat their Mende can buy
tickets here at the following rates to New 'Fork : From
Liverpool or Queenstown; tat ()shin, Sib, SIM and $lO6 .
Steerage from Liverpool $4O 00 From Queenstown ,
$3O 00. •
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
pmengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. They are
built in Water-tight Iron Sections, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board. For further information apply
at the Company's omaea. JNO. G. DALE, Agent,
my 27 4f lb Broadway, New York.
Or 0.0. 'Zimmerman, Agent, arrisburg.
All Work Promised in One Week
1 0 96
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISH/tint",
104 .Market Street between 4th and sth)
'VV''HERE every description of Ladies'
and Gentlemems' Garments, Piece Goods, &0., are
;fed, Cleansed sea Onishedja the bast manner and at
"..teshortest notice DODGE & CO.,
ST. LOUIS HOTEL,
CHESTNUT ST., ,Ui'OVE THIRD,
IN the immediate neighborhood of the
I. Jobbing Houses on Market.. Third and Chestnut
streets, the Banks, Yost Office, Merchants' Exchasgs,
KEPT BOTH ON TEI
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
BOARD PER DAY.... $1.60.
Dinner between 1 and 3 o'cleet, 50 cents. Single
room Prom 50 cents upward.
A. first class Restaurant attached.. Prices according to
Bills of Faro.
The City Cars take Passengers from any Station to or
close to the hotel.
grarEngiish, Frenabs German and Spanish spoken.
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
ICEEtTNO&: 4 , Plain and %E a red.
OASIIKER, Plain and urfri,
ALL WOOL DISLAINES, - trie Stylerrand Quality.
liiRCKM LONG SfIAITLS, di ff erent Woes
FINE STOCK OF BLANKET SHAWLS.
The prices lu all the above Goode, on examination, will
be tbund "lower than ever," at
an 2,4 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Bolcom Situate OORN,
• Item Pus, BASIST,
Mamma' FAT BRA"
Wawa Pus, la, S.
Just received and fbr sale at the Lomas CAM Petals.
ehl6 WM. DOCKQE. & CO.
Just received from New York' nd warranted super.
[ 1 026] W i etP O C K s 4 W it f i t
JOHN B. Eirrtaik
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
; • Harrisburg, Pa. ' - '
LWAYS on hand a large assortment of
BOOTS, MOJA GAITERS, &c., or the very best
tuehtlee for ladies, gentlemen, and children' wear.—
Prices to salt the times. All kinds of WORK MADE TO
MORA lathe beat Style by superior workman
REPAIRING done at short notice.
• :Ixttle.dtf , JOHN_ B. SNITS, Harrisburg.
DE. GEO. W. STINE, graduate of the
Baltimore mop of Dental surgery, having perm
newly located in the city of HarrLsb erg and tandn the
Mice lormerly oticupbei by Dr. Gorges, 00 'r bird street,
bet:Orem Market, and Walnut, respectfully inflarmtv his
,frefeds had the public; in general, that ho 'surest:ad to
1 perform all operations to the Dental profession, either
surgioal or mechanical, m a manner that shall not be
surpassed by operators in this or any other oity,, RIB
' mode of inserting artiOcial *Di ie UP:4I4 the latest im
proved scientific; principles. • -
Teeth, from meta a full set, mounted foible Gold, :li
ver, Pled= plates or the Vulututlleßage.
I take great pleasureeadius the above gen
tlemani4 to a ll my form trEfarrhibitrg and vi
zlnfty, and feel cond.:len ' wiltkieform 'all opera
tions to a mit/tido maantai ntyllitoomiedge of We
ability. Linyldul 7. ~atGOßlfikp, D. D. S.
FLAGS 1 FLAGS.! 1
XeOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES with
National designs, LETTER PAPER with a view of
city of Harristr,rg, printed and for sale at
424 Near the Harrisburg Bridge.
.COTION TOP MATRESSES,
SOO2TON COMFORTS, •
FRENCH CARPET IEASSAOKS,
. - LOUNGES • Sm.
iluitand and for sale wholesale 24 retail at the very
lowest rates tbr tlstidf
HAIR IikTRASSES gad SPRING BOTTOMS
MADE TO ORDER.
HAIR MATRESSES, &o.
ftepalod and made equal to new very reasonable, all at
No.ICM Market street between Routh and Filth, by
men . LS. BAItWIFZ
NEW COAL OFFICE.
rEUNDERSIGNED baying entered in-
tbe COAL TRADE In tide city, would respectfully
1, po petronage of the citizens - . I will asap on band
Oast of all Om front the meet celebrated and ,approved
m i n e, villiolotl,l4 bw. delivered _to say part or OA On
fto , W.
free - dirt • and other impurities . irrwa;: - waioar
ibusturresti. - - Ckal lot asza wr war Woo .10:iiin'Ob
Iskaiagas -as.l:.'airwlPersone.Pot by Sht.lbate:
arCbriLeed will receive 2,240 pounds to the lbit;,o , 0
Office No. 74 Market street, second door fromDewier
ry alley. Yard on the Canal, toot of North street. Or
ders left at either place will receive prompt attention.
PIKTd JOAN W. NALL, alai.
Written for the Telegraph
PENNSYLVANIA'S BATTLE CALL.
Fling out our glorious ensign, the banner of the Free,
The beacon•light of nations in the future yet to be ;
Let not a baseborn traitor its majestic foldings mar,
Take away a single stripes or dim one glorious star
With that flag unfurled, 0 man ! from your firesides go
For noble Watt and Justice aro marchiug with the
None, save an ingrate rebel would tratnpel In the dual.
Fair Freedom's chosen banner committed to our trust.
Then aroua/, Oh I Pennaylvamans I by the hallowed
scenes of yore,
By many a hill and valley onoe red with human gore,
By a Franklin and a Morris, by a Mahlenberg and
By the glorious achievements of the memorable aLalm
By the sufferings of our fathers at the camp at Valley
Who kept at bay and worsted the minions of King George,
By the battle-fields of Brandywine and Germantown be-
Let us show the southern rebels that we still have mettle
Then arouse, Oh sire and son ; arouse and show to all
How quickly you can answer to your noble country's
call I •
gird your armor on and hasten, and that Danner of the
Plant again on mount and hill-top till you meet the
Harrisburg, June, 1861
THE Sick AND WOUNDED. —The following list
o: articles, desirable for h 'vital and field sup
plies for the sick and wounded of our army,
was prepared for the Women's Central Relief
Association, of Connecticut, and may be useful
to those engaged in supplying such necessities
1. Bandages—Assortment and proportion
ate numbers of each variety required :-1 do
zen, 1 bah wide, 1 yard long, without eel
vedges, shrunk; 2 dozen, 2 inches wide, 3
yards long; 2 dozen, 2 1 inches wide, 3 yards
long ; 1 dozen. 3 inches wide, 4 yards long ;
dozen, 8i inches wide, b yards long; dozen,
I inches wide, 6 yards long.
2. Lint—Scraped and raveled in equ d pro
portions, packed in boxes of uniform size.
8. Old linen and cotton cloth, without sel
vedge or seams, for compresses.
4. Ring pads and cushions.
b. Cotton batting and cotton wadding; fine
flax and sponges.
6. Red flannel in the piece.
7. Bookbinders' board, for splints ; pieces
18 inches by 4 inches.
8. !Saddlers' silk, for ligatures skeins wax .d,
and wound on cards.
9. Scoring needles, assorted in cases ; linen
thread, tape and scissors.
10. Adhesive plaster, camel-hair pencils,
oiled silk, oiled muslin, India rubber and gutta
percha clothe, in the piece.
11. Wrapping paper.
12. Cotton bed shirts-1i yards long, 2
breadths of unbleached inuelius, 1 yard wide ;
open one-half yard at the bottom ; length of
sleeves three quarters yard, length of arm-hole
12 inches, length of collar 20 inches, length of
slit in front 1 yard, fastened with four tapes.
Louse muslin drawers-1 yards long, with
a breadth of 1 yard wide muslin in each leg,
with a hem and drawing string round the waist
and the bottom of each leg; length from waist
to Crotch on the back 22 inches, and In the
front 18 inches, with three buttons and button
Short rad gowns—made long, only 1 yard
long uud open in front.
13. Dressing gowns of duuble adieu, of
which a paper pattern can be furnished.
14. Bed sackings of ticking, 1 yard wide
and 2 yards long.
lb. Linen and muslin sheets, 4 feet wide
and 8 feet long.
16. Pillow sacks of ticking, .16 inched wide
and 30 inches long.
17. Towels, hindkerchiefs, socks, slippera.
18. Eye-shades of green silk, with elastics.
Various articles have been named in the
newspapers as desirable gifts for the use of the
Sick and wounded. The following are added
as of especial value ; Juice of beef, as stock for
beef tea, put up in sealed cans ; arrowroot,
packed in light wooden boies of one pound
each ; brandy ; white wine, for wine whey, etc;
champagne in small bottles, for cases of sad
,den sinking ; china feeders, of different sizes,
kir administering nourishment where the head
cannot be moved ; bent glass tubes for similar
use, castile soap, for washing wounds ; old
table linen, to serve as soft towels ; distilled
vinegar; cans of fruit, tea, whisky, tobacco.
sugar, condiments, coffee, crackers, cocoa,
spices, oatmeal, pure lemon syrup, dried sub
said fruit, desiccated vegetables.
AN lux nu yomnrresas.—We find. the fol
lowing item floating about on the gieat sea of
newspaperdom, like "Japhot, in search of a
father," and print it for• the benefit of our sol
dier-friends, many of whom are readers of
the TELEGRAM. It contains excellent sugges
tions and good advice by which they may
Boum Lass DANGEROUS THAN FErsas.—Be
emits going to the war always talk of their re
turn with a proviso, that the enemy's bullets
do not prevent them. Yet It is an established
fact that in the modern campaigns the danger
to life is three to one greater from disease than
from the bullet. The British army in the
Crimea war lost 83 043 out of 94,000 troops.
Of these, only 2658 were killed in action ; and
only, 1761 died of their wound& But 16,298
died of disease at the seat of war, and nearly
13,000 were sent home on account of sickness.
Where one man was under the surgeon's hands
forwounds, twelve were wader the doctor's
hands for typhus fever, dysentery, or some
other of the diseases brought on by bad food,
improper or insufficient camping arrangements,
or the dissipations incident to a crowded camp,
in which men have much idle time. 7,500
French soldiers were slain in battle; 50,000
perished of disease, and 65,000 more were dis
charged and sent home from the seat of war,
as inbalids. In our Mexican war our army lost
nearly 13,000 men, while quite as many were
discharged for sickness. Only 1848 men were
killed, or died of their wounds, in all the bat
tles fought; as numerous as they were. These
facts, while It should' inspirit the soldiers in
battle,_ should also.make them cautious of their
healitt4Magi lying in camp, or,ou long marches.
(fecal plain food, eaten. at regularint ervals, healthftil and '.amusing, eierciaes, sufficient
.cdotbisg.tb ~Vibe body' -*hie rthVilifdden
eibaages of weather, and the..aVokboloti offal!
excess in eating and drinking, especially in
toxicating stimulants, will do much to preserve
she good health of the golden.
TROOPS FOR CAMP CURTIN
The companies of Capt. Chapman, Capt. Mar
vine, Capt. Taggart and Capt. Beal, of Phila
delphia, arrived here last evening, and marched
directly to Camp Curtin. These companies are
accepted under the . State requisition under the
three million loan.
(Special Dispatch to the Daily . Telegraph.]
ARMY AT CILIMBERSBURCr.
ADVANCE OF THE FIRST BRI
GADE TO MARYLAND.
THE COLUMN SIX MILES LONG.
&butted. and. Imposing Boone,
SOLDIERS IN HIGH SPIRITS.
ENTRUSIAShi OF THE PEOPLE
The Troops Expected to Reach liners
town To-morrow Everting.
Onexuaanunn, June 7
The southward march of the army collected
at this point commenced this morning at eight
o'clock, in splendid order and brilliant appear
ance. As the head of the column left the
the camp, the scene was animated and impos
ing—the citizens cheering, and the soldiers re
sponding, while the feeling of both commanders
and troops was full of hope, courage and ani
The column extended along a line of six
miles. The: troops spread along this column
consisted of a portion of the Second Regiment
of United dtates Cavalry ; the First City Troop
of Philadelphia ; Capt—Doubleday's command
from .h`ott Sumter ; Capt. hi'Mtillin's Rangers
from Philadelphia, and the Sixth, Twenty-first
and Twenty-third Regiments of Pennsylvania
votunteers, commanded respectively by Col.
Nagle, Col. Balker and Col. Dare. The line
moved precisely at - eight o'clock this mottling.
It is expected that the troops will encamp at
Greencastle to-night, a distance of eleven miles
from Chamberehurg, and within a low miles of
the hisrylaud line. TLe match to-morrow will
be to Hagerstown
The movewent of the remaining force here
is not known positively, but it is understood
all will be ordered hence to the south in a few
LATER FROM PHILIPPI.
Col, Kelly Improving—Hopes of His
THREE THOUSAND FEDRRAT, TROOPS AT
RETREAT OF THE REBEL.
Fifteen Bodies Found.
A special despatch from Graftorko the Com
mercial says that Colonel Kelly was much better
last night, and there Is much to encourage the
hopes of his recovery.
Three cempanies of the Fifteenth Regiment,
three of the Sixteenth Ohio Regiments, and
three of the Sixth Indiana, with two pieces of
artillery, advanced on Philippi last night,
making the force there about 3,000.
The rebels are probably in force at Beverly,
to which point they fell back, from Philippi.
Over five hundred stand of arms and fifty
horses, with wagons, were taken at Philippi.
Fifteen bodies have been found in a thicket,
near Philippi. After the fight, the rebels hid
there, and the Indiana troops, without know
ing the fact, discharged their Minnie rifles into
the bu:hes to clear them. •
Rebel Camp Dispersed in Kentucky.
GALLANT CONDUCT OF GEN.
ARREST OF A. TRAITOR,
Gen. Prentiss, haying learned that some Ken
tucky sccessionists had established a camp at
Elliott's Mills, Kentucky, ten miles from here,
sent two companies to that place; but when
they arrived, the enemy had fled. •.
Col. Wicliffe, who represents Kentucky in a
semi-official capacity,. visited Gen. Prentiss,
yesterday, for the purpose of protesting against
this invasion of Kentucky soil. Gen Prentiss
showed several letters froin The western part of
the State; 'asking protection from ruffianism,
and declared that it was . his intention to, send
trodps in whatever direction an .nponsO9h
soil as,tia-Governinent Ordered."
.. , . .
~ I srael Blanchard ant i 14960101 a firillpar
thuser, living near C ' arbon V, L iiss' 4 " hienazinie
ed and sent to Springfield to be tried for
ktram Erintig gfitte.
Haying procured Steam Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING Of every
denription, cheaper that It can be done at any other ell:
labllehmentin 'be country
RATES OF ADVkftTIBISO.
,Four Imes or less constitute one-halt square.
br tic. or more than four constitute a square.
Half Square. one day__
• three months ,
One Square one day
tt ene week....
three ....... en
e six months.— ........ ... .. 3WI
• one year .—..... 10 001,
ORY - Busineas notion inserted In the Land whom, or
before Marriages and Deaths, BTU! CENTS PER LIN
or each Insertion.
Sir Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular
Latest from Washington.
The Troops Anxious for a Forward
CASSIUS M. CLAY'S LETTER DISAPPROVED
Prussia Opposed to Recognizing the
Thiriy Rebels Killed at Aglaia Creek
Ifll:I.3l1?14pjg 1, aiezrow (it
The prospect of better weather cheers the
soldiers and increases the excitement for some
forward movement ; but up to this evening
there is no news of any.
It is said that the Government does not ap
prove of Cassius M. Clay's defence o f the Uni
ted States in the London Timer. It is regarded
as a violation of a law forbidding ministers or
consul, from making any publications on po
News is said to have been received that the
Government of Prussia has received favorably
our Trotest against a recognition of the South
Mr. Seward had another large and brilliant
reception last evening, at his mansion 'on
President Square, formerly the Waahington
In the late affair at Acquit Creek it is ewer
tabled that the rebels lost twenty killed. In
the affair at Fairfax Court House it- is now said
that not less than ten were killed.
The ten regiments for the regular army are
nearly organized, and the officers will soon WI
announced. They have been selected in pro
portion from all the loyal States. "• •
Three Regiments in Camp Waiting
This three new regiments called for from
this State are now encamped at Camp Olden,
three miles from this city, awaiting the prop
er firms and equipments prior to moving to
the seat of Hostilities. The clothing will be fin , :
niched next week. The Governor has con
tracted for the alteration, in the most approved
manner, of the three thousand flint lock mttit
kets to render them effective.
It is the desire of the department here that
the troops shall not leave until they are fatly
provided with everything necessary.
Additional ground foranother camp has been
selected, which will give better opportunities
for regimental drills. The troops are being
drilled many hours eaoh day, and'are becoming
pleased with camp life and are in.good health'.
The obsequies of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas
took place to-day in this city with much so
lemnity, according to the services of the *-
man Catholic Church, of which his widow is
member. The turn-out of people was immense,
and, all business was suspended. Hewes burled
at Cottage Grove, south of the city; on proper
ty belonging to him, near the shore of lake
Michigan, where the Baptist University is sit
'uated, of which he was a liberal benefactor.
Omonssein, June 7
Will be received at the office of the Assistant
Quartermaster 11. S. Army, in this city, until
niORDA,X, the 10th intd„ at 10 o'clock, 444.41,
for the furnishing for the U. S. Army ORE
HUNDRED MULES for draught purposes. They
are to be sound and broken to harness, not lots
than four nor more than nine years old, and
not less than fourteen hands high. To be de
livered by 10 o'clock, A. Id., on the',l6tli of
Jane,lB6l. A. PORTER, "
Lt. Col. ID 8. Army.
Harrisburg, June 3, 1861. Jed dBt
CAIRO, Tune 7
Field, Camp, and Hpspital Praatioai
rsoF-4.93R OF , suscacint IN Ten mamma imam; auntie
„RECEIVED ~. -
- - ;EXTRA: FINE 'TOINIIID
.:i: 1 z.• -' GOLEVPL'AIS -'
, it NEWTON/a , :fformeibri‘ - taglery7s) .
141ErViltari * oruI ta4 brerwil °28m geTras teri es al i
n =tenet, fo sale, with a variety of Gold and Silver
Cum of yahoo s BBIB hoo and prioe4
M'S MAU BOOKSTORE,
11 Martot St
BY THE GOVERNMENT
Wealwarren, June 7
TEE NEW JRR►:' TROOPS,
Full Equipments to be Furnished-
FUNERAL OF SENATOR DOUGLAS.
_HINTS] ON DIE ENEMENCOMS
s. D. GROSS, M. R.
Foi sale at BMIGNEI'S CHEAP - 11001CSTORL
nisi - .
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. 3 00
.. 2 00
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Morrow, June 7
CHICAGO, June 7