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CtiRR WARRANTED, OR NO DURO; no NEON (his TO
. Vi - aßeefft Of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Paine in
the Loiast, Affeenons of the Kidneys and Bladder, Orgaulf
4t a:il nags, tservous Debility, Decay of the Physics s Pow•
era, Dr tittlgia, languor Low Spirits, COLifutilOti 0' deaf
11.1tion of the Heart, Timidity, Tremble:go, Dimuest
of Giddioess, Diseases f Me Stomach, Affection,
of tee Head, fbro.,t, Nice or Skin—those terrible diem
der, ant e ing from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits is
Yen.l.lt.--tho-o dreadful and destructive prachseS which
pr..dcee constitutional debility, render marriage impos
end, and demruy both body end mind.
Young men especially Who have become the victims of
aoiitav that dreadful and destructive habit which
ante/oily sweeps to an untimely grave thouoando of
young toes 01 the most exalted talent and brilliant Intel
lmts, who ride 'A otherwise have entranced llstetilul
Sedates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to en
b-my the Ilvnig lyre, may call wi h full coniidence.
j,larried pz-n0,7.c, or thane contemplating marriage, no.
lag alcare of physical weakness, should. Immediately con.
cult i, . atm be rcatured t perfect hearo'....
.7u;nediately cured and full vigor restored.
Lie wee places himbelt under the cure of Dr. J., may
r enelom.ly couNde in his honor as a gentleman, and eon,
; sly upon his skill as a physician.
tie. 7 'outh F. edema street, Baltimore,
the left band side going From Baltimore street, 7
tee earner, Bo par ticular in observing tne
- Lame or ...umber, or you will mistake the place. Be par.
ticabir for tpao.ani, T,i/tlng quacks, with raise name.,
or Pala' thoser.p Cerajlenes, attracted by the repots.
Lion vi I urk near
Ali haters meat contain a restage Stamp, to we on the
Dr. Jon:loon member of the Royal College or Surgeons,
Imockin, graduate fiorn one of too most eminent ColieE
or the United and the greatest part 01 whose life
hes tic..ai speitt to the despoils of London, Paris, Phila.
deipliot and eitiewhere, had elthoted souse of the most as
tauicicing sues that were ever known. Many trouble,.
with ringing iu the ears and head when asleep, great nor.
Tolit4l,,s, 1,0111 6 alarmed at BLli/dBLISOUIItIB, bashfulness,
wan (zit:quoin elushiog, attended sometimes with derange
m,mt of mind were cured immediately,
lir. J. bdOret,b.s Et.ll tboEo who having io.itired thaw
Ecivo:3 by private bud kurroper iudulgeucies, that secret
and s.)ldAry habit which ruins both body and mind, en.
fitting 'l,Oll for either bustheasor aociety,
are ,ome of toe sad and melancholy
tiv early Cabin of youth s viz; Weakness of the
}Lck and Limes, Palos in the dead, Dimness of bight,
of illthatatika Power, Propliation of the Heart, Dr.
FWEI!11, Nervous Irritability, Derangement or the Digestbri,
k'unctions, General Da4iiity, Symptoms at Gonarimp.
el.rxr.i - av, the fearfel effect 3 on tho MICR are much to
be Arcathd :—Lbsa of 2lonv Confusion of Ideas, DE.
pres3lue. of Soraz, Evil Forebodinge, Aversion toocie•
ty, dale-di:arum., Love of 2elAucie, Timidity, 4te. 7 are ROME
os the :vi effeers.
Tito..ll-. , Auds of porzons of all ages, can now jadgo what
4 , 6 the ins id Weir decline to health, losing their vigor,
bncotaing weal:, pale, narcotic and. omee,A ted, have
atugulee appctinneo about thO eye!, cough, and symp•
inn of consumption.
who navt: injured themselves by a certain practice, In
doyed in wuen alone—a habit frequently learned Irma
at u ...,odwaniona, or at action', the effects 01 which are
Lightly I'lll, ucai when a.loep, and if not cured, renders
Marriage huuu,dble. ' and destroys both mind and body,
What a pity that ityoung man, the hopes of his coun
try, Lie dal iing ,of his parents, 'mould be snatcned /Tom
ail prk,p,th , and entoynaeutz at tire by the consequencea
dev cling from tne path 01 nature, and indulging in a
certain secret babtt. ikt :a persons must, before mutt=
efiout that o sound rotnd and body are the roost neeeeess,
to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
Without these, the journey through life oecomea a woar3
pilgrimage; :its pri.,4 , out !warty darkens to the view; the
mini hecouiv:: shadowed wan despair, and filled with ttif
that the happiness of another be.
comes blWhted with our own.
DR. L' VI GO:: AMINO RESIEDY FOR OR
thie:•ie;,.'t and important remedy, Weakness of tht
cured, awl full vigor restored.
Li,asunt,. of. the meat nervous and debilitated wht
Lu.. 110,31. Lopo, live boon Immediately relieved. All
,moctimems to Marriage, Physical or Mental Disqualifi•
:Nergoti3, Trampling, Weakness or Exhaustion in
fectiel kind, speedily cured.
ilea many thousands cured at this Instintlon within Inc
ie.' mete, yr,,irs, and the numerous important SUrgica.
operathal porlarmud by Dr. J., witnessed by the re.
ismer, of ibn imperil, and many other persona, notices in
r 'web h.ve appeared again and again below, the public ;
his igai.ding as a gentleman of charader and re
nsitia:v, is a sufficient guarantee LO the al:dieted.
oiSlaaSeiS OF IIIPfIUDENCE.—When the misguided
and imprudent voutry of pleasure ends he has imbibed
the ace.Li 01 this painful disease, it toe often happens Mai
an ill-timed ...wise of shame or dread of discovery deters
him from applying to those who, from education and re.
Spectalnilty can alone befriend him, delaying till the con.
sta.:am:al symptoms of this horrid disease make thee
appearatioe, anbuting the head, throat, nose, skin, eta
progressing on with frightful rapidity, till dente paw
peruat t., his dreadful auderiugs by sending him to "test
DOUrtie I Nth Wlleitea so traveler returns." It is a met.
Ai:daily feet (bet thousands tall victims to this terrible
di eace, owing to the LiaskullUluesit of ignorant pretend
ers, who, by the 1.1.40 at thst deadly poison, Merelfry, rink
the ear/siltation and make the residue el We Mißerattle,
ToSTi!ANGVEs.—The Doctor's Diplomas hang in hit
4( 4 3-Letters mast contain a & to um on the reply
glB nu. 7 ::.:a7.11. Ire,teriCk. street, Baltimore,.
ESTATE OF M. 11. LOCHMAN,
persona indebted to the
eof Wm. L. Li ammo, dee'd, will pled,.
payment to the u dersigued, and tbouu baying ne
unn.l6 piescut ibtm uuly authenticated fur kettle
Admioi:trator of the wth annexed.
N B —The remaking ul OCK of HAICDWARE, oons!st
Hia.es, Bo W, : - creura, Car
lag in pan, of Lochs, Lutela,,
r r, Cuopur and and Circular t-aws,
lurk Sruss 14 Pewter S igotota, Welglits '
ri ugeu az d tor,, Razor& Ivory Knives and Plute.lForke,
tan. uirue ilacrerin WAN lb I ilturrkou Scales and a vu
r cty ~ 1 Sur, ware Wr.I.CLA Mid sold beat a great/Oa item
Punuctelpir p in-S. JACUB
6i, Surviving Partner.
Tis ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
solioit:d to our very large assortment Of
Axo Da:or:las of every sire and quality.
JOUVIN KID Liras, neat article manufactured.
All the different kiuus of Worm. Otovee.
I.l.rgest ltaiurunetil. of HMIEIIY in the city.
eItAVATL+, ~ UdPkINDERS, H.t.vostrecnisrs,titoady Hemmed
Ac•l every trot* in Gents' wear, at
Next to the liamehurg Bank'
H.. L. GODBOLD,
- D RA CT I C. 1.1 Tuner and Repairer of
Bledudeons &c., &a., will receive orders in
wore Music store, 92 Market streel
11 orders LA AL the itoutrii named place, or at the Bush ler
ooge, Wll promot at:entiod.
1. - ,,g( ~ ii ) 1, s•t. seplS•dly
FLSL FLAGS ! 1
x - TOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES with
Natonni assigns, LitITER PAPER wait a view of
thu city of Botriit .ag t printed and for sale at
Near the tioriebara Nritise,
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if, I is II
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D. W. GROSS & CO.,
WEIOLESALE AND DETAIL
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would re3pectfully call your atention to the
largest and best selected stock In this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
011 s, varnishes and Gluse
Dye.Stus3, Glass and Putty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pure Ground Spices,
Baurnlng Fluid and Alcohol,
Laid, Sperm and Pine One,
Bottles, Vials and Lean/ Globes,
Castfic Soap, Sponges and Corks,
eks., &0., aeo., dio , Joe., &0., &e,
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per-
flamers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
rat ' 9'- v` (kAAre . • ''' ;
d ; 1 9 A , k; LT
We respectfully invite a call, feeling, confi
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
TEETH I TEETH 11
JONE'S AND WHITES'S PORCELAIN TEETH,
PATENT MEDICLNES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye !
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
as low as It can be purchased in the cities.
THAYEB'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL . 01L I CARBON OIL ! I
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lampe of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
their superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping 'Horses and Cattle healthy and in
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the inoreasing - quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and ap
pearance of their Cattle.
Our long ex perience in the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we can in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
beet of terms.
Thankful for the liberel patronage bestowed
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
business, a careful selection of
at fair prices, and the desire to please all, to
merit a continuum of the favors of a discrim
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA_ WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 17, 1861
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S Orrin, }
Harrisburg, July 12, 18151.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this office
until 12 o'clock, M., on Saturday, the 20th day
of July, 1861, for.the following Army Supplies,
deliverable at the State Military Store, Harris
burg, in quantities as required. Said proposals
to be publicly opened at the time and place
named, and the successful bidders to be an
flounced as soon thereafter as convenient—the
right being reserved by the State to increase or
diminish the number and quantity of said arti
One thousand common tents, army pattern
poles, pins, &c., complete.
One hundred wall tents, army pattern poles,
pins, dies, &c., complete.
One thousand axe handles, hickory.
One thousand pick bandies, hickory.
Twenty bugles, for mounted artillery.
One thousand and ten stable frocks.
It is desirable that all the above articles be
of domestic manufacture, and when any of
them are furnished by the United States, the
same must conform in all respects to the sealed
standard pattern in the United states Quarter
master's office and military store, Philadelphia.
Ten per cent of the amount of each delivery
to be retained as a forfeiture until the contract
is completed. The above articles being requir
ed for immediate use, the time of delivery will
be considered in awarding contracts. Contrac•
tots to state in their proposals the time when
the goods can be d
”.t v.red, and the speedy de
livery of such articles as are needed will be con
sidered in awarding the contract. Successful
bidders to give bonds with two approved secu
Every proposal.to be endorsed, Proposal far
Army supplies. July 20th, 1861.
All supplies contracted fur under these pro
posals to be delivered at the Military Store
house in the city of Harrisburg, unless other
wise directed, free of all charge for freight, box
ing or drayage unless freight to place of deliv
ery is greater hum to Harrisburg, in which case
the difference will be allowed. All packages a)
delivered to be marked on the outside with
number and description of articles therein, and
name of party furnishing same, together with
an invoice of contents, enclosed, embracing, in
addition to above, notice of what special sup
ply it is a part. R. C. HALE,
jyl2-d6t. Q. M. Qen. P. M.
SPECIAL ORDER, NO. 1
HEAD QUARTER; P. M.
Harrisburg, May 27, 1861.
Quarter Master General R. C. Hale is ordered
to forward the clothing, as per requisitions
dated 28d May last, by Colonels Harhamft and
lirDowell, of the Fourth and Fifth Regiments
Pennsylvania Volunteers, in place of sending
it as heretofore directed. The Fourth and
Fifth Regiments being now in actual service
and in great need of proper clothing.
By order of the Commander-in-chief,
JOHN A. WB4OIIT,
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
THE undersigned Collectors of County
and State Tae for the r resent yea*, within the
e.ty or Harrisburg, hereby inform the public that live
ter coat abitem will he allowed on toe State and
County Tax up to the 17th day of July next, The places
of residence of,he t o lectore aiorroai are as follows :
Peter fit Firth Wari, .'Sedoscl belpw Mukberry
Nicholas Zollsger, Second Ward, Chesnut near Fourth
Joseph Hoffman, Third Ward, Market between Third
and Fo.:nb. htleets.
Daniel Stxorain,er, Fourth Ward, State near Third
h Dubin. Filth Ward, 'Third above North street.
Bea} 8 immel, Sista Ward, near Amnia H eke.
Ih. elot e ad per ,ons have an opportunity by calling
On contours res. eztivu.y and save Mitt sl.isaount by
prtandt pad ment of 5.4 in•es.
ty order of Coualy Commissioners,
JuEIN el. MUSSER,
}y3-14 • GE ,EGE GAit vERIOU.
BIBLES I BIBLES !
A Large and thoroughly complete stock of
BIBLES, CO UPRISING EVERY VARIETY
From the Smallest Pocket to the largest sized and Sues
Ras Just been purclutsed and received from the Fall
Trade Sales. Having purchased these at
EITKEDIELY LOW. RATES,
they MR be sold at a very small advance.
Please call and examine the stock at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market Street.
A NEW AND FINE ASSORTMENT
- LADIES' TRAVELLING
At all prices,for sale at
BEftGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
♦ fa Market Stree
HINTS ON THE EMERGENCIES
Field, Camp, and Hospital Practice.
S. D. GROSS, M. D
PROMS OS BIIRGINT IN TU 1131.781150 N MEDICAL MUG/
For elle at BERGNER'S CREW' BOOKSTORE.
THE UNDERSIGN ED has or erred his
LC DIRER OFFICE, corner of Third otx eni ad Black
berry alley. near Herr's Hotel.
Di! Lumber of all kinds and qualities,. far sale by
W. P. Allill.R.A.Y.
The undersigned will sell Horses, Carriages and bar
ass low for cash,
ALSO—Horned and Carriages to hire at the same office'
marl]. lIHANK A. MURRAY.
AN TED.-AI TS TO SELL PACK
AGES of STATICNAB Y 'dud JEWELRY, et pri -
OM nue third 1033 than CIPAI oe purchased elsewhere.—
Cell on or address (stamp ouclesed.) J L. BAILEY,
m23-4tmd No. 154 Court &cast, Boston, alas
A QUANTITY of Bags, Checks and Ging
haws for sale by the dozen and piece, cheap to
Goan, at the DAONAIN CuuNtY ektiSJIY. bo9 ll - 81 °
fiI•RRIaItURG M 114 5, 8. 1861.
1•25 An excellent article of Co
• • manual Note Yaw can be bat
yer rimalas //diteiNiitt'd OkISAP 13JUSi QA
A REGIMENT OF CAVALRY FROM
We understand that the government at Wash-.
ington has oiled on theauthorities of Pennsyl
vania to furnish a regiment of cavalry forth
with. This affords a splendid opportunity to a
class of men in the old Keystone who have
been debarred from serving in the infantry force
of this state, to serve their country in the new
regiment of cavalry.
We infer from this call that offers will at
once be received by the state, of companies to
fill up this regiment. The men are to be fur
nished with everything necessary to their equip
ment, horses and accoutrements of the best
metal and quality.
In accordance with the plan of organizing
all the regiments furnished by this State, the
new regiment of cavalry is to be organized in
the most complete and efficient manner, and
only those who are qualified will be accepted
VIGOROUS ACTION OF COL. BIDDLE'
" WILD OAT" REGIMENT.
Intelligence has been received here that Col.
Charles J. Biddle, commanding one of the Penn
sylvania reserve regiments, lately encamped at
Cumberland, occupied, New Creek bridge, Mary
land, on the. Baliimore and Ohio Railroad,
Sunday last, by order of Gen. McClellan.
Lieutenant-Colonel Kane, of the same regi
ment, occupied Piedmont, and Captain E. A.
Irwin took the postat New Creek'village. The
enemy precipitately retired upon the approach of
our forces. A company under Captain Taylor
rapidly pursued, overtook and captured four of
them, and a wagon filled with plunder.
On Monday the enemy attacked Capt. Irwin's
position, but were vigorously repulsed, leaving
two men dead and carrying away some wound
ed. Captain Irwin sustained no loss.
Ax limsroa.—The fellow Blessing, arrested
yesterday for robbing Mr. Valentine of a con
siderable Slim of money, at the White Hall
Hotel, represented hfmself as a recruiting officer
for Sherman's battery. By the following card.
from Lieut. Craft, it will be seen that Blessing
is an impostor, having no connection whatever
with Col. Sherman's regiment.
To the Editor of the Daily Telegraph :—Allow
me through your columns to contradict the as
sertion of the hotel thief calling himself John
Lewis Blessing. On reading the paragraph, I was
struck with the fellow's cool impudence, believ
ing myself to re the recruiting officer of Colonel
Shernaan's regiment of artillery stationed in
this place ; and I have yet to find that I am
We wish it distinctly understood that we de
sire to enlist young men of good character only,
as it is the intention of the commanding officer
to make his regiment the crack regiment of the
army, and he is able to do it.
As the harvesting season is drawing to a
close, a number of young men will necessarily
be thrown out of employment, and here is just
the chance, especially to intelligent young men,
who can thus speedily rise to the rank of non
commissioned officers, without serving out a
long enlistment in the ranks. My Rendezvous
is &HISS' Hotel, South Second street.
Very truly yours,
ELIJAH R. CRAFT,
jyl4-2t Recruiting Officer, sth Artillery.
THE FOURTH. REGIMENT IN EASTON
Handsome Display and Enthusiastic
The Fourth Reserve Regiment made its ap
pearance in Easton about 1 p. m. today, es
corted by part of Col. Sickles' r.gituent, headed
by a cornet band. The sidewalks and windows
were densely thronged. Handkerchiefs waved,
flags floated, and every demonstration of the
liveliest feeling and good will were made by
our citizens. The regiment proceeded to the
depot and took a special train for Harrisburg.
The officers and men of this regiment, by their
quiet and soldierly deportment while here, have
made many warm friends among our people.
The demonstration of to-day could not have
been more friendly if the regiment had been
composed of our own citizens.
COMPANY OtWERED OFF.
ritunDzw.tmt, July 16
It is understood that the Commonwealth Ar
tillery, Capt. Janus E. Montgomery, now sta
tioned at Fort Delaware, have received orders
to join the command of General M'Clellan, in
Western Virginia. This company is composed
of Philadelphians, of high respectability. The
Commonwealth Artillery was sent to Fort Del
aliare upon the breaking out of the war, and
at a time when the post was entirely neglected.
The company has been on duty there ever since.
A BIRONG:NAVAL FORCE.
WASIUNGTON, July 16
A naval force is to be extemporized for ocean
service, that will sweep the rebel privateers
from the seas. The Navy Department is tak
ing the most vigorous measures.
CONSIDERATION OF THE TARIFF POST•.
Tlae ITouse Committee: of Ways and MelOas
have dolticled !lot to 4;o:madder tho
. question of
ho tariff at proud.
CONGRESS OF YESTERDAY.
IMPORTANT BILLS PASSED.
Tote of Thanks to Gen. NUClallan and
TRAITORS SHOWING THEIR HANDS
SETATE.-Mr. Smola (Mass.) presented a
petition for the abolition of slavery, remunerat
ing from the United States Treasury such own
ers of slaves as would be impoverished.
Mr. POMEROY (Ky.) introduced a bill for the
suppression of the slavehokiert3' rebellion.
Mr. HARM (N. Y.) presented a petition from
0. Roberts, of. New York, asking payment
for the steamship Star of the West, lost in the
Government service, and introduced a bill for
the relief of M. 0. Roberts.
Referred to the Committee on Claims.
Mr. Rattxsunt (Ill.) reported a bill in rela
tion to district attorneys in the several districts.
Mr. Strman (Mass.) introduced a bill for the
confiscation of property in rebel States.
The resolution approving of the acts of the
President was taken up.
Mr. Breckinridge (icy.) proceeded to speak at
length in opposition to the resolution.
Wanstrims, (W.) from the
Committee of Commerce, alluded to the fact
that the House yesterday passed a resolution
directing the committee to institute an inquiry
as to what additional measures are necessary to
make the blockade more effectual, and to put
a stop to piracy. He said the committee had
had the subject under consideration, and a con
fdrence had been held with the secretaries of
the treasury and navy, and Commodore Pauld
ing. The bill he now proposed to report was
in accordance with the views thus agreed on.
It would have more appropriately come from
the Committee on Naval Affairs, but as there
was an immediate necessity for its passage, he
hoped the House would now proceed to its con
The bill provides that for and duriug the
present insurrectiun the Secretary of the Navy
is authorized to hire, purchase or contract fur
such vessels as may be necessary for the tempo
rary increase of the navy, the vessels to be
furnished with such ordnance, ordnance stores,
and munitions of war, as will enable them to
reuder the most efficient service, according to
orders issued by their respective commands.
The temporary appointments made of acting
lieutenants, acting paymasters, acting surgeons,
masters and quartermasters, and rates of pay
for those officers, heretofore designated, are by
this bill legalized. For the purpose of carrying
this act into effect to suppress piracy and to ren
der the blockade more effective, three millions
of dollars are appropriated.
The bill was, on motion of Mr. WASHBURN;
(Ill.,) referred to the committee on naval af
Mr. BINGHAM, (Ohio,) from the committee on
the Judiciary, reported a bill providing for the
suppression of rebellion against and resistance
to the laws of the United Mates.
By this bill the President is authorized to call
out militia for these purposes. Their continu
ance in service is not to extend beyond sixty
days after the commencement of the regular
session of Oungress. Until the latter shall
otherwise direct, the militia to be entitled to
the same p.ty and rations as the regular
This bill passed under the operation of the
previous question almost unanimously.
Mr. BLAIR, (Mo.) from the Committee on
Military Affairs, reported back Senate bill an
thorizing the President to accept the services of
500,000 volunteers to aid in the enforcement of
the laws and the protection of public property.
He proposed for it a substitute similar to the
bill which previously passed the House with,
among several other additions, a proviso which
allows the President to select the majors and
brigadier generals from the line of the army to
command the volunteers ; these officers to re
sume their former places at the expiration of
the war. Tha bill passed.
Mr. Srsvess, (Pa.) from the committee of
Ways and Means, reported Senate's amend
ments to the loan bill, which, on their recom
mendation, were all concurred in.
EASTON, July 16
Mr. Waxier; (Pa.) introduced a bill author-
izing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue ex
change bills to the amount of ---- hundred
millions dollars. Referred to the Committee
on Ways and Means.
On motion of Mr. Elm/tans, the following
resolution was unanimously passed :
Resolved, That the thanks of this House be
presented to Major Ueneral George B. McClellan
and the officers and soldiers of his command,
for the se, ies of brilliant and decisive victories
which by their skill and bravery they have
achieved over the rebels and traitors in arms on
the battle fields of Western Virgirdx
The . House, in Committee, considered the bill
to increase the efficiency of the volunteer forces
of the United States.
Mr. BLAIR. (Mi.) explained its provisions,
Mr. Mnuarrl, (Kentucky,) addressed the Com -
mittee for an hour in vindication of the seceded
States, and in condemnation of the warlike acts
of the Administration.
Mr. ROMAN, (Kentucky,) was not here to
defend the Administration, which Wm not his
choice, but when the public liberty was in dan
ger, patriotism might well 'Bence the. Olattuns
party. Public steceselty, the preierystioa of
WASIILNGTON, July 17
barn tinting farm
Haying procured Steam Power Prow's?, we are prepar
ed to execute JOB add it -ON PRINTING of every aasertp.
don, cheaper than it can b done at any other meta NAL
mant In the country.
RA!ES GF ADVERMTNG
Four lines or leEs constitute one-half were. Eight
iinra or more than foar consti ute a square.
Half square, one day SO so
one weer 100
.t one month 2 00
three months L 00
aim m0nth5........... .......... 5 00
it one year............ . ..... G 00
One F.quare, ons day . ................. GO
one week 2 00
one wontb.. ............ • • • ••-• • 3 33
three months—. ......... GOO
it six m0nth5.........10 00
one year..... . ... .. . .... ....... 15 OO
Org"Busine7s notices inserted in the Loa a Caisonts, or
he ore Illarriges and Deaths, I.lVfi, Cr.NTS PER LINE for
.E. 013. Insertion.
Alarr'gra and Deaths to be charged as regular ad
the Capital, the Union and liberty, should afford
some extenuation for the acts and policy of the
administration. According to the ancient max.
im, the safety of the people is the supremo
law. Treason against human hopes must be
crushed, and the Union of our fathers must astd
shall be preserved.
The bill to increase the efficiency of the
volunteer forces was passed and the House' act
LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of the Steamer City of Washington
NEW Yonx, July 18.
• The steamer city of Washington arrived hen
his afternoon at four o'clock.
The steamships Fulton and Glasgow arrived
out on the 3d, and the Adriatic on the 4th.
An affray occurred at Rome between the peo
ple and Pontifical gend-armes, in which sevdral
persons were wounded.
A momentary crisis at St. Petersburg 'was
imminent and money was scarce. Gold and
silver had disappeared from the market. It
was reported the French had evacuated Civets
Vecebia, and were about to evacuate Viterbo.
Advices from Pekin to April 29th via Russia,
say that the insurgents are making considera
ble progress ; that they had beaten the inde
pendents and were marching rapidly on the
DIPRESSING WEN INTO THE REBEL SER
VICE IN VIRGINIA.
WASHINGTON, July I&
There have been more arrivals to-day of
Union men from Virginia. They called on Gen
eral Mansfield and informed him that every
body in Virginia who can shoulder a musket Is
being impressed into the rebel service. - •
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