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t2isoovered be most certain, opeed)
onctual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE,
KRUPP IN Fa TO TWELVE HOURS.
ltlertzry or Noxious Drugs
,O . A - ,i.CRRT. WARRANTED, OR NO CHAIRAR, IN PROM ONs
TWO DAY 3.114
Wcakwes of the Back or Limbs. Strictures, Pains In
the Dania, Alrecinons of the Eidncys and Bladder, Organic
W,..k..esa, Nervous. Debility, Decay of the Physic a Pow.
Dysniincia, Izngner, Low Spirits, Confusiou et deaf , .
itatien of the Heart, Timidity, Iremblings,
of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affections
of lee Head, Throat, it se or Skin—those terrible urier•
dera arhiing from tile indiscretion or Solitary Habits oi
dreadful and destructive practises which
produce constitutionzt! debility, render marriage impos
sible, and destroy lonh body and mind.
YOONC I .
Ynnitg men especially who have become the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
atiuttiilly sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of
young men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intel
lect, woo mignt otherwise have entranced listening
&hates with the thunder; of eloquence, or waked to co
tasy the living lyre, may can wile full confidence,
alszrled pennons, or theee contemplating marriage, be
log aware of physical weal:nese, ehould Immediately con
suit Dr. J. ; rind be restored to perfoot health.
immediately cured and full vigor restorod
tic who places himself under the cure of Dr. J., may
religiously cou2de in his honor as a gentleman, and cop,
lidoutly rely upon Ms skill as a physlcia=.
.r Dace No. 7 South F. ederisk street, Baltimore,
on the left hand side going from Baltimore street, 'I
doers [rein the corner. Be particular in observing the
name or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par
ticular for Ignorant, Trifling Quarkt, with false names,
or Paltry ,filinzbug tir4ficates, attracted by the reputa
tion ul Dr. Johnson, lurk ue.an
All letters must contain a Postage Stamp, to use on the
Dr. Johbson memper, of tho Royal College of Eugene,
London, graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges
of the tinned utates, and the greatest part of whose hie
hao been spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila
delphia and. elsewhere, has adboted some of the most as
toM,..laing cures that wore ever known. Many troubled.
with ringing in the ears and head when asleep. great ner
vousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derange
meat et' mind were Cured immediately,
TARE PARTICULAR NOME.
3r. J. addresses ail those who having Injured thetn•
selves by private and Improper indulgenebes, that secret
and solitary habit which ruins both body and mind, un
fitting them for either business or society.
Ihr, are some of Lilo sad and melancholy Oil etc pro
dueeu by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of bight,
Loss of 'Muscular Power Palpitation 01 the .Heart, Dys
pepsia, Nervous Irrltibitiiy, Derangement of tho Digestive
ilrunctious, Genera: Debility, symptome of Consump•
its - griarr, the fearful ofroctc on the mind are much to
be dre.,(131 :—D3,33 of ,iictuery ; uourn4cc of
press= of Spirits, Evil Foreliodiogs, Aversioa tom - Ao
Lb Self-distrust, Love of Solitade, &e., ore some
al_ the evil elfeols.
Thoe&te,h; ei p0r:1013.5 at all aged, can now jadge what
1E the ettui:e of their decline la health, losing their vigor,
becoudug wean, pale, nervous and ernac,Ated, have
Singular apperrance about the oyes, Gough, and syrap•
Ina of eat&arap:lou.
Who have Wl:trod themselves by a certain practice, In,
()toyed iu Waeil alone—a habit frequently learned from
Sul Jempanions, or at school, the effects M. which are
nightly felt, even whoa aalocp, and if not cured, renders
Marriage impassible, and destroys been mind and body ;
What a pity that a young man, the hopes of his coon.
try, the darling of his parents, should he snatched teem
all prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences
of deviating front tee path of nature, and indulging to
certain uecret habit. l - ;*0 '-.hpwrsons must, before cordere
effect that a aouud tufind and body aro - the moot necesaaty
requisites to promote connubial happinese. Indeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darken; to the view; the
mind beemueo shadowed with despair, and tilled With the
meLineholy reflection that the happlueas of 'another be-
Couee with our owe,
,LOENSON , S INVIGORATING R17,14.EDY SOR og4
this great and important remedy, Wealtness of 111
crgass are apcedily Cured, and full vigor reetorod.
Zbuostinds of the moat nervous and debilitated wee
had lest all tops. h sve been immediately relieved. All
laipediseermi Marriage, Flaysical or- Mental Diaqualill.
cation, :Nor TrOMILIng, Weakumis or liztaimtlon or
ill mast teazle? lucid, speedily cured.
The many thousands cured at this Instiation within the
last twelve years, and the numerous important ittergiest
operations poi formed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re.
porter.; of the papers, and many other persons, notices at
which have a;ipeoredagain
and again before the public,
betides his stanclirod as a gentleman of character and re-
Stimosibitity, is a suifoneut guarantee to the adlicted.
Dla,nSe.3 OF I.IIPRUDENCE.—Whoa the misguided
and impralant votary of pleasure finds he has imbibed
the seeds ct this patuful disease, it too often happens - that
an ill umed saute of shame or dread of discovery deters
him resin nlipiyiug to those who, from education and re•
opeotabilky iian lions tiorriend MU; delaying till the eon.
stinitional'symptonis of this horrid disease mane tiled
appearance, affecting the head : threat, nose, skirt,
progressing 9a who frightful rapidity, tilt death pnts a
period to his dreadful suderings by sending him tenths%
bourue from whotica se traveler returns," It is a met.
.thcholy fieltt that thousands fall victims to this terrible
ditioai,e, owing to the unskilfulness ni ignorant pretend.
era, woo, fly the ash of that deadly poison mercury, rule
the cynstaution and. make W
e residue ui Ills miserable,
To Svi.trinces.—the rk.o - ter'a Diplomas imig in h
Ra—Letterg mast qor r talu a Ete , .mp tons sa the roply
wßoznedicc cent by nail.
44 -No. 7 Soati:i lis:edarick street, Braiatore.
186 L 30 OPENING, 3D OPENING. 1861.
SUMMER .DRESS GOODS
OF EVERT DEBOMPTION".
The qual ty of the goods for the prim will be an incluse.
meat w every one to purchase.
The most desirable :indite of the semen at a great sac
• CREPE D'ESPANGS, • • • •
LAWNS and LAMELLAS
ammg the ES
CATHCART & BROTHER.
Nast door to the Harrisburg Bauk,
or the very best make to be fonnd
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Parasols, Sll uimbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty-five per c
elsewhere in the city, lower than can be purchased
"HCART & BRMERR-
Hab10.1.4 Market square;
the Harrisburg Baak.
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iCiites. of .41-fiibit'B4:l4itiiiiiJittitti_it
Northern Central Railway I
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
TRITER TRAINSiDAILT TO AND FROM
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, .TIINE.9th,
the Pim:onyx Trains of the Northern poetral [tot
way will leave Harrisburg and Baltimore es follows :
GOING . SOUTH..
MAIL TRAIN Ns111: leave Harrisburg at 120 P. Itl.
EXPRESS " " "
RABRI:BURO ACCOMMODATION '..9.30
R E T URN IN G. •
HAIL TRAIN will leave Baltimore at 8.15 A.
IMPAIRS TRAIN " ‘.‘ .. 3 30. P. DI
HARRISBURG ACCO3I3IODATIOI3.I„ SOO P. DI
CitoiriG - NORTH.
MAIL TRAM leaves Harrisburg at 116 P.M.
AX.PRE:IB 8.06 "
The only train leavtirg. Harrisburg on Sunday will be
the Express, South, at 2.00 A. IL, and 'lvrea', North,
at 8.05 P. M.
For further intermatkan apply at the Office, to Penn's,
Railroad Depot, • . • :.
A. C. SCHNELL. Aget'o,
Harrisburg. May 20, 1861.—dtS . • :
NEM ASE LINE ROUTE,
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK.
TWO TRAINS DAILY TO
WITHOUT. CHANGE OF CARS.
(AN AND AFTER MONDAY, J.IINE 10,
1861, the Passenger Trains will leave the Philadel
phia an Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburz, far New
York and Philadelphia, as follows, VIE t • ' •••
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 930 a: in., on ar
rival of Pennsylvania .Railroad: Express Train from the
West, arriving in New York at 4 . -p. m.
is attached to the train through front Pl4SbMl:*lthout
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at Ba.:in., irrivthein
Near York at 4p. m., and Philadelphia at 1.251p..m.
PA6l' 1.11 4 / 9 , 05br0.7.-M5.-crinetturipat p VMOIKTEVIIII
- Pennsylvania Railroad Fast Mail, arriviiagrin:New
York at 0.45 p. m., and Philadelphia at 6.40 p.' m:
FAST LINE leaves New 'York at ti a. m...and Philadel
phia at 8 a. ra., arriving at Harrisburg at .1 p. •
41AlL TRAIN leaves New..Yorkat 12.00 nooui.and Phil-:
ade l phia at 3. 15 p. m., arriving at. Harrisburg-at 9 p.m.
EXPRESS LINE leaves New'Mirk at B'. p. m. ; arri
ving at Harrisburg at 2.30 a. m., and aonneeting with' 'the
Peuneyiyania Exprea3 Train for Pinahnrg,..: A .aleaping
ear is also attkobed to tnis • • :
Connections are made at Harrlaburg with trains orathe
feausylyania, Nortaern Central and cumberland Valley,
Raiiroads,•and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville;
Witkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, fad.. L . • -
Baggage checked through. Fara bet ween• New York
and Ha tieburg, 00 betwa.m Harrisburg and rhila•
delphia, $3 - 115 in cars, andl2•7o la No.' 2. -
fear-tic:rata or othar Information apply to • - •
myls . General Agent, Harrisburg.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL.. ROAN
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
Five TRANS DAILY To:Pi ANO
NIONDAY, JUNE 10th, 464,
rho paosongor trans of tb.e Pennsylvania Barad Ocoo.
pant WI I dopartpfrout .ftlid , arrioli at Uarrisboik
•thladtlphlit sw fellows :•-• . _.
. . ,
FAST LINE leniva.Hdriliburt !tray Warning' (oxoePt
Monday) at 1..15 a. lA., and 'airivoli at -Weaf-Phtlideiphii
riAttoucalalPP,F.S2 TRAIN leivaS Harrisburg ,daily
ai 9.110 and wives at West Philadelphia at 1.10
mAm TRAIN leaves Hardsbarg day (except Sun
day) at C/6 a and droves at West Pliiiadoetpitia at
Mese train makcicioid. connect O h. at Phhadwruala with
Lc Now York 'Ana%
ACCOMtIuDATION • TRAIN, No. min Mount JOY,
tees Harrisburg at 7.09 a,./11 1 .,,azu4 West
P::i;adel2nla ai 12.00 noon, HABEURLiiia ACCOISHCIDiTioN THAI* ... Vizi Colti ..
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 1.10 p. m., and arrives it W•st
ebiludelplaia %t 6 26 p.m.'
ACCOUMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, via Mount Joy,
leavaa Harrisburg at 5.16 P. In., Coruseuting.at•Dillbr
villa with MAILEtna agiVell 0! , Weat..P 1 4481..
phis. at /0.15 p. . .
VW' E 1 liV Ait D
TREOIJGH EXPRESS TRAIN: leaves .Pbßadelphia sit
10.20 P Rarristnarg at 2.85. a. m., ..I.ltopiut 7,80, a.
and arrives at Pittsburg ai 12.00 - amm . „
IdAIL. TEALS leaves Ehiladeiptda at 7.80 a.
E r tireiSbnral.Do p. m., Altoona, G.OO p. my .and arr lvei' .
at Pittsburg at 12.00 midnight. • • " • •
FART LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.20 a. m., Harris
burg-3.85 wm. 4 -41toona 1.10 p. m.i and arrives at. Pitta•
burs, at 12.30 a.; . -• • -• '
' . .
ARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAM . Jaime!
rhiladelphia at 2.80 p. m., Lancaster 6,08 Col
umbia 6.46 p. m., and arrives at Hurrisiiiirg - .31 8.06
Thi3 Train connects at' Harrisburg,. at 8.05 with
Northern Central Railroad Train. for Sunbury, Williams.
port, 10.32 Haven, Reranbm and all 'points North.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 1.00
p. m., Lancaster 7.60 P. in„.,Mouhtjdy 8,91 p, ni., Ru m ,
betntown, F. m., and arrivess at Harrisburg at
Attention is called to the fact, that pitasengera leaving
Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m., connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY AccommuDATiox TRAIN, and arrive at
Harrisburg at 9.S e, p.m,
• ' SAIICrEL D. YOUNG,
Eupt. Emit. Div. Tonna. Railroad.
Harrisburg, June 7, 184.--dtf. „
lEVOLVERS AT COST TO SOLDIERS
Gold and &Ivor Stars, Eseslea, Booth*.Taos and
lIIMingS tairriyr for sac !SW. s 1ar,19 assortment Soi
Tr as at : AGIVEO4-03,114
"IND-EPENDENT IN ALL THINGS:--NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA.. TUESDAY AFTERNOON„ JUNE 18, 1861.
1.1110 1 ,&,.. -
• . 7:7-N
D. W. GROSS & CO.,
p.R..:Ti:..0..i0 : -Tis . J..s-:
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE-
We are daily ad din to our assortment of
goods all such ernncles as are desirable, and
would respect hilly: call' your attention to the
largest and beat selected stock in this city, of
DAUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pin€oo4lB,
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
fumersof Europa end'this Country, . .
:Being very large dealers in
We reopecilully Invite a call, feeliamonfl-
Aent that we can supply the wants of all on
tore' to their satisfaction.
TEETH ; ' TEETH I !
JONE'S AND:WRITES PORCELAIN rEATH.
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
- Of all kindlii direct from the Proprietors.
Paponifter And Concentrated Lye
wholesale Agents 'Or' 1 - afronifier' which we
eel] as low as it can't;e pitiohaled in the cities.
TIMUWI.3 3M) . 194L 4ETR,4QTa,
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
oiler indicements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Xamps„ofthe most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinchi of lamps changed to burn
.FARMERS AND GRAZIERS
Those of you who have not given our 110118 E
CATTLE . POWDEWEI a trial know not
their auperiority, and the advantage they are in
keeping Horse and Cattle healthy and in good
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived trom the :ruse* our Cattle l'oirdefli by
the increaMng quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the genera; health and
pearaltee of . their Cattle.
Our long experienee in the business gives us
the'adiantage - ofit thoiough knowledge of the
trade, and outarrangements in the cities are
such that we can in a 'very short time , forniih
anything appertaining to our buiinesii, on the
beat of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
on Our honed, we hope • strict attention' to
business, a careful aelection.of
' PIIR1r"/) R 1113.13 ,
at fair prices, and: the desire to please all, to
merit a inatbtaatkei of the favors of adiscrital
WALOLESALIg AND RETAIL
HARRISBURG, P 1 WA
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
Ms, Varnishes and Glues,
Dyakilturre, Gimps and Patty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pare Ground Spices,
- Bottles, Vials and Lamp Globes,
CaStile Soaps, Sponges and Corks,
dre., &e., die., die„ &a
With a general variety of
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEEI) OIL,' VARNISHES,
WINDOW -GLASS, ARTIST'S
acmiana,-razerr - gays,
m ALL TEEM VARIETIES,'
COLORS AND' BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
• 1.-"•raliOnDr•:- •
COAL OIL! 'CARBOY OA!
MILITARY APPOINTMENT& --NTEI learn that
Capt. Jacob M. Eyster, of tbe Cameron Guardi,
has been commissioned as, a Captain in the
United States service. It is also rep , rted that
Mr. James Morgan, of this city, has been ap
pointed a Sutler in the army.
SIM/MAR.—The Germantown Telegraph notes,
as a singular instance of . sudden conversions,
that since the discontinuance of the• mails in
the rebel States, a large number of Northern
papers and periodicals have found tongues, - and
some of them have absolutely run up the
American flag. It is queer.
PASSAGE or Ittoors.--Col. Max Einstein's
regiment, of Philadelphia, comprising eleven
hundred and fifty men, and a number of vivan
dieres, arrived here at eight o'clock last eveniag,
and proceeded directly to Hagerstown via
Chambersburg. The regiment Is composed
exclusively of Germans, all good looking and
able bodied men, who we feel assured will 416
good service for their adopted-country.
HORSE DROWNISD iii MEL CeNAL.—Last eve
ning a wagon drawn by two horses. end.loaded
with leather, went down the steep embank
ment at the Chestnut street bridge. The
leather was spilled on the towing path, but the
wagon and _horses were precipitated into the
canal, and before the latter could be detached.
from the harness one of them drowned, The
driver escaped without injury. The less is a
severe one to Mr. Wagner, the oomer of the
Oqs BOTA AT Woax.---We learn by a letter
received last evening, that on Saturday the
Cameron Guards captured a cannon and a quan
tity of small arms from 'the secessionists near
Funkstown, Md. On the day following, Ad
jiitant Waterbury, accompanied by some mem
bers of the State Capital Guards, visited the
dwellings of several suspected parties in the
same town, and took possession of thirty or
forty rifles found concealed therein. We regret
to learn that some of tbe boys are suffering
from the effects of diarrhoea, csused by a change
Tin OLD OOVE OF THE DISMAL SWAMP.—The
arch-traitor, Jeff. Davis, still wants to 447 - '!Jet.
for •peate, while robbing and stabbing his
foster-mother :... •
"Lis LS ALONE An the unclean spirit cried—
"why t9&at thou to torment us ere the time P ,
"Let,us alone 1" situ adding cr,me to canto,
Shriek§ the' Arch traitor aid Libar.
Who, drank:Witt hms, his co .nit c. with &add,
And, wittsewes lerate thuves would drag her down
From the MO ploes of her old reuown,
with her ruin, rate his devilkt pride.
No, Rebel, no f—wulle knavee are usid'in semi,
And plottersof sedition are abhorred
WM* good men shudder et the wretch forsworn,
Whose perjuries moan the vengeance of the Lord ;
While illEtrea lives, and God MiluteiJs his throne,
The ilevils are "•cast out"— no' tie along." •
TalßuTz or Brown—The following preamble
and resolutions relative to the death of .oscar
Snyder, weie - Unanimously adopted by the
Citizen Fire Engine and Hose Company, at
a special meeting held in their hall, June 16th:
Wireazas, In the Providence of God,, whose.
ways are past finding out, and whose summons
we-must all sooner or later obey; ;and being re
minded by this sad calamity "that in the
Midst of life we are in death," and fully and
deeply mourning our irreparable loss.... Ther
efore, belt • -
Resolved, That in the sudden and unlocked
for .death of our late fellow-member :and:
brother fireman Oscar Snyder, the Citizen Fire
Company have lost one of the best, elficient,_
and most useful members, the social circle Via,
;beloved companion, parents a devoted son,'
friends one that was loved, and the fire &pert
inent one whose many virtues commanded
their respect and genuine friend hip..
. , Resolved, That it is with deep 'sorrow we
mourn his lose ; that our heartfelt sympathies
we tender to his parents and family, and may
lour loss be his eternal gain..
Resolved, That as a citizen, his example is
worthy of imitation. As a.fireman, his use
fulness we appreciated, and his many virtues
and merits we will endeavor to emulate, that
like him we may deserve the commendation of
the department and the community at large.
Resolved, That we will attend the funeral in
a body;; that the - house and apparatus be draPed
in Mourning for the period of thirty days, and
theta copy. of the.preamble'and resolutions be
furnished to the family, and published in the
daily papers of the city. .
AXERICIAN PROTSSTAM ABBOQtATION.—The na
tional session:of; this:Association. „was ; held in
Philadelphia a few. days ago. The patriotic
resolutions passed by the State Grand Lodge
were unanimously approved, the members
rising in a body to vote in the afftrnaative. The
following also passed unanimously : • ;
Whereas, This Bight Worthy Grand Body has
declared, in language unmistakable, "that
positive obedience `to the Constitution and laws,
and an undying love for the-:perpetuation of
the unity of our beloved oountry," is one of the
fundamental principles of Our Order: • • :
And Whereas, There is no poSitive law .to
guide.us in dealing with rebellious members,
therefbre be it • • • '
• Resolved; > That , all persons, members of our.
Older, uttering or , preaching traitorous or re
bellious sentiments against'the laws of our land ;
shall be: tried In accordance with our: laws upon
charges and trials, and if found guilty, shall be
promptly expelled. . •
Reports fiom many of the:lodges In PenniA
vanifAstate that the entire membership is now
upon the "tented field," doing service in be,
half of the "Stars and Stripes," and permission
is asked for by the Grand officers presiding in
the.dbitrieti to" grant A dispeniation . for ,sisapen;
cation .the•laws In. their behalf, In, order that
charter! may,nOt•beeome - foiteited. The per
miwioA was protiptly gtikidad";
LATEST FROM WASHINGTON.
BRIGADE AND REGIMENTAL SITRGEONS.
An Army Medical Board to be Con
vened at Washington.
Railroad Transportation of Troops
and Munitions of War.
AWARD OF MAIL CONTRACTS,
THE AUSTRIAN MISSION.
Col. Stone in Possession of Leesburg
A SKIRMISH AT SEITROA FALLS.
A Rebel_,Civtain and Two of Hla Men
RETREAT OF THE ENEMY.
COL. STONE CROWDING THE REBELS
The Propeller Josephine Fired Into.
THE COMRLDIENT RETURNED
DEPARTMENTAL—It having been detetznined
as announced in the General orders containing
the plan of organization of the volunteelforces
called into the _service of the United States,
that the President shall appoint; by and With
the advice and consent of the Senate; one Sur
geon for each brigade, the Secretary. of
War has instructed .the Surgeon . General
immediately to cmvene in this, city, after due
notice, an Army Medical Boani.whose duty it
shall be to examine all .persons refs rred to. it
by the Department as applicants for Brigade
Surgeons, and report the result_of such exam
inations. Appointments will be -.Made only
frem among those who shall be ..so . examined
and reported by. the Board as qualiftecl.
Another order has been issued by the Beere
nary that the Surgeon Qe--- 021131 / 8 11 institute a
ward - rn ooniequence of various com-
plaints, having reached the Department of the
incompetency of regimental surgeons who
have been appointed either by the cornmand
lug officers or by the Goverctors of the States.
lhe Board is to examics,aurgeons of whom
complaint . has been. made, in order to secure
their dismissal if found. incompetent.: ,
,The Eastern Pennsylvania Railroad - has
made an offer, which has. been accepted, to re
ceive government bonds In payment . for trans-
portation of troops and munitions of, war on '
the route between New York and Harrisburg.
Edward Clymer, the President of the company,.',
in his letter says - : "Shotdclall transportation
Companies unite In a like,offer it would neces
sully relieve the pressure .upon the National
Treasury, and also tend to :inspire confidence
in the:credit and faith of,the gov_ernment.".
The bids were opened at the Post-office De
partment to-day; for carrying the' mails on.
rdite No. 1425 for• four- years from the-first-of
July next: That .for supplying 'the branch
pest-office in New York theie wertiftfti-theee
laiddeni, in stims . Of from $1,700 to $12,000 per
annum. The contract was awarded to William
play' at the former price. This service has here.'
tofore been performed by 11: D. W. Morris at
$3,500 per annum; ''
• The withdrawal of liir."Burlingamelrom the
Austrian mission wasmot cotasetineried - of any
protest on tbe part of Austria, but of a= deli:
Cate. uuofficial iutimation that . the. appoint
taunt was not agreeable to .that,government. '
Major Henry Hill, of Virginia, Army. "Pay
master at New. York, has, resigned.. _
. - _
A gentlemaia Who rode down the tow path of
theCheSapeakeand OnioCan4 report's that at.
five o'clock yesterday afternoon Col- Stone vies
MAW. t possession of Leesburg. He else 'con
tireas the report,that Lieut. qo)..Everetee
maintat Seneca Mills bad a brush witty. the Pir
girths cavalry under Capt. Stireeve, and that the
Captain and two of his men were killed:, • •
Lieut.. Col. ,Everett 'drew the water out. of
the level of the canal is front-of his position
and' used the tow path for a;breastwork,avhich'
gave , him a decided advaritak,e:in Positioti.7`
The rebels were driven.off.....::
A government messenger,.arrived this eve
niug, represents' . that some of consmand are still in the neighborhood ,of Rock
ville, Md. He came down for Supplies. .As
these forces advance tbii . inamY'retTents.,
;,The. Propeller Diamond State arrfved at #lie
Washington Navy Yard:this morning,with Virg
tons of pig lead. She'repoiti'haVing . rilet and
'spoken the propeller Josephine going down the .
river. The latter having_ beep fired into with
muskets from the rebels it')ilathiu'''Polnt'cip
posite part ' Tobacco, she Teihnied: the; coMplhnent With a shell, Wit i en . iha annoyance .
COL. MORBECEA.D ; S iIFAULECNT_
Col Morehiaa's lit-gime4t instead of pro
cee4ing to Washiegtoo, as reperird t ettoPPl4 it
the Eelay House to rebels-the Ifeinctktuietts
Regiment which _ has !cleeT-istatioA ;410T9
0.741*17..e.00.16 . ,
WAOHMaTON, June 17
Bexanktoam, June 17.
ftlanr - riating
Having procured steam Power Preens, we WS
prepared to eaeowe JOB and BOOK PAINTING. of every
description, cheaper that it cos be done at any Miter ei4
tabliahmentitt the country
; : itAtici Qp.A.DyEßTisnce,
ial-Polir:lines or ice cenititine 000•holt KW , ' /P o '
Sees °r more than lOW' ooristituto'a - square.
Half Square, one day.— ...
one month. . . . - - ------
-:. three month; 800
.1. six meaths- • 4 0
One year.:..... ' 600
" 6 ? rare one daY.:........ ...... . .... .... 00
one wee::: ...... 200
.. one month . . 800
" three m0nth5......., - . 1 01
h six =intim__ ... .. ... . . .... ;.. 8 08
one fear ' ' .10 00
jar Business notices Inserted in the Le& istam i er
before Marriages amt. Heaths, FIVE CENTS FEE 01
or eech Insertion.
sir ffarrt!igeiand Deaths to be charged ail , regular
Wooed/cements; ••: '
THE. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
June 17, 1861
The President is making good progrees with
his Message. ,It will take.the highest ground
in favor of Proitcuting the war'wiih theittrauet
vigor, and of finishing it by Winter If that be
possible, To make it possible, he will recom
mend a cell for 500,000 merlo/den appropria
don sufficient to cover all neoesaary expenditure
at a cost cf-$2.00,001:1,000., . .......
The GOTertears : EfeeStatei Falre
been :I . viltien , do on tbli'aubjecti: and :luive 7 ,-
with only two exceptions, responded heartily,
so that the President, in making these recom
mendations, feels that. he Is backed by the
people, speaking through their constituted au
thorities. There can be no doubt that Con
gress will pass bills in conformity with these
suggestions, both to increase - the army and to
supply funds for all needful purposes. -
MPORTANT FROM SAVANNAH-REPOBTZD
LANDING OF IJNIIED_STAIZS TELOCTA
• Loturirmia, Jatie /T.
The Savannah Republican of the 12th butt.,
Hays that a large number of Federal troops had
been, landed on the lith itHilton Head.
The olijeeVf this-moveminiwas_nuthilawit
but bad caused a great sensation there.
[gilton's an•island On the Coad of
South Carolina, bote;eert, the nionths of the
Broad. river and the Savannah river, and with
lila short distance of
REPORTED CAPTURE OF A SECESSION
GENERAL IN MISSOURI.
S. lavzs, Jane 17.
A. report lays that Brig. Gen. Slack, of the
Secersion army, while mustering troops Into
the service of the State at Ch illicothe, was -ta
ken prisoner by Col. Curtis •of the Federal
the Federal volunteers were on their Way to
St. Joseph. It is understood that Gen. Slat*
wilt be taken to Leavenworth.
,LOSS OF TWO LAIIE 807100 -
FRS' WItH CARGOES OF. GRAIN.
CLEM.LAND, June IT
The schooner Fremont, with 14,000 I:nisheli
of wheat , for Buffalo, sunk in the river last
night. The schooner Bea Fiat, with a cargo
of wheat for Buffalo, is ashore west of the'piete,
Lai of water. Both of the hulls and cue.-Yre
mont's cargo were insured in Buffalo.
OZT VIRGINIA' BONDS.
NEW Yomm, Sane 17.
A. iater from a mercantile house in Bibb
tnond, says there is no probability of any Pro
bing made for the payinent of the inter
est' On Iktrginia bonds' due here in July, but'ex
presses entireconfidence that It ain't* paid in
THE SCOTT LIFE GVARD,
NEW You, Jaw 17
The Scott life Guard have been ordered to
Washington. They . leave on .Triesday,. find
Koeeed by way .of Harrisburg... -. •
Tile Military Char;toter of Gen. Scott.
The N. T. World pays the following just and
discriminating tribute: to the qualities which
harnoteriza the veteran General-in-Chief of the
United States forces, who, it will be, remeMber
ed, has never lost a battle :
`,.`Our actual Commands r-in -Chief, the Lie%
tenant General of our army, though as brave a
Achilles, le as serene as . Agamemnon, and a 6
prudent as = Ulysses. From his youth he has
been a soldier z and a victorious one. He has
seen.more service than any wan under lds.ceen
mend, and was never known to be even discos-.
certed by danger. A evrict•diseiplinarian, and
something of ti Martinet; it-wes joepsely said of
him, in his younger days, that he, would drill
a battalion under fire. Yet Gen. Scott is as
chary`of Men's lives as a miser is of gold; lad
so`was • the Duke of • Wellington. He never
moves, if he can avoid it,. until he can &mons--
plish it at the least possible risk of his men. It
is his avowed belief that an officer who exposes
hie troops to needless peril is guilty of a ilegree
of naanslanghter. • And he. not: only.. regards
hilaself as respoiseible.tor the lives of the -men
undep his. command, but he look's after, their
health and comfort. He will not accept regi
ments unless be can see clearly the tneane•
f td. clothe, and. shelter: them.— The cons
quence of. this prudence on his. part (joined, as
it is known_to be,, with the most d • Ong spirit
and great military itgacity,) is that, atter it lit
tle experience, men fight. under him wits
tire confidence. They come to believe that if
he gives an 'order it is not one whicir wit). expeee
them to needless risk, or to chances , of defeat,
if. in battle they instify lais . contidence In their
bravery.. Through all the excitement of the
past few weeks at Washington he has remained
undisturbed; _The announcement of the ap
proach of twenty, , thirty, fifty thousand men,
he has received' with imperturbable incredulity.
He knew better.. He knew that Gen. Davis
could. no . more March fif y thousand .men upon
Washington than fifty thousand witchee,., : as
knows: exactly what provision is resit/lied for
the traosportittion of even a thousand men flve
hundred miles. He knows when to be amities'
and when.to repose in oorifideace;.whenlo' re,
press ardor and when to give it yitty, s H.
,knows that it b one of the; fin 3 t. dll ' ileeof tali
leafier - to . reatiain and to direct thr own
itary. ...„ . rth .
iatbutitiane as wen a. tesese,t. tineri ander
command:' .• He is prudent: -4.ltiyi , he
prudence incarnate, and Ft so all other dim**
qua lities attend him.
4pronrpresr: . . 7. l l7he %notary of War has ap:
pointed :101tei ,trc6ke, &q., of Delaware
6110 y; ItPiii t Stafoi,:insii_eoor of SuppAeß for
the Army, itt the differtint encaropinenta This
er:polittreent seOOres. fo.the soldhire an. ilOneat
and oom Offizerorho well seithat
Oisprio* are gc9d and, !ky . 491e134241,. an ghat
fey are : not 101.1004-,llPO# by rapaaoaa con
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