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We, are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would reipeotfully call your atention to the
largeat and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS de PAINTS,
01ls, varnishes and Glues,
Dye. Stuffs, Glass and Putty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pure Ground Spices,
Burning Muhl and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils,
Bottles, Vlals and Lamp Globes,
Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks,
&0., &a., &0., 'Ste , doo., &0., &o
With a general variety of
PERMUOLY & TOILET ARTICLES,
Waded from the best manufacturers and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VAnNialM,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL BINDS,
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We respectfully invite a call, feeling, confi
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
thrms to their satisfaction.
JONE S AND WHITES'S PORCELAIN TEETH,
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
OE all kinds, direct from the Proprietors
Saponifier and Oonoentrated Lye I
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
171AYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL OILI GARBO IV OIL ! !
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
after inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of humps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
ose 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
Thousand') can testify to the profit they have
derived bait the Ilse of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides *roving 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 out in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
'Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
on our hone, we hope by strict attention to
business, a careful selection of
at fair prices, and the desire to please all, to
merit a continuance of the favors of a disolim.
A COI4TROLLING ELF,M.E.7T OF NA-
Ad. TIONALITY hithe system of educatien in a cottn.
try. "In proportion as the structure of a government
gives force to public opinion, that public opinion should
be entlghtened."-- Washing:o;N FareWeff Address. To
this end the people in enteral , t3hredd be educated loth&
correct end familiar acquaintance with the nature and
principles of our government and civil institutions,
"OUR GOVIIIRNURNT : An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country . , he A MANU
, L FOR SCHOOLS, AOADFAIIiffi AND POPUIAR
is a work which, with proper historical .notices, gives
the construction of the provisions of the Constitution of
the United Matta and of thorn of Llnieeveial States, as
determined by judicial atithorityor derived from Mead
ard writers, including sown retrain:ea to advainbitritive
wit.and practice, eo as to show the actual working of our
general system of Government. It is free from spatula.
live opinions, earstervative In Its tendency, and calculated
to cultivate the love of our conntry.• It has been used
to &considerable extent, in the EDUCATION OF YOUTH
godifferent States and is recommended by Jurists,
statesmen and Prethdests, and Professors of Colleges.—
Prtice Sold by M. IPKINNICY,
del Harrisburg, Ps.
4. THE unity of Government, which con
stitutes you one people, is now dear to you."—
ingten's farewell .Address. A nationality Is essen
tial to the' enduring prosperity of our country. True pa
t:WHIM must arise ham' knawiedge. It is only a proper
understanding of our civil Institutions that can induce
strong and settled attachtnent be their pricciples, and
Impart ability for their. maintenance.
"OUR GOVERNMENT : An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country," contains:the
text of the Constitution of the United States, and Gigot:Don
stitntional ' provisions of the several Stales, with their
meaning and conatruction, as determined by fudielld nu
shorli precedent and practice, or derived from
ttaa ad i qtert; digested and arranged for popular owl
Price s ' M. M'KUkfrigr, ,
del - H rrlsburg,
1861. 3D OPENING 3D OPENING 186/,
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
or Irvin' rosaasterms.
The quality of the goods for the prtee will be as induce.
client to every one to purchase.
The moat desirable goods of the aceada at a great sac
LAWNS and LAVELLAS
aro among the lia r
CATHCART & BROTHER.
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
The iargestistook of the very beet make to be found
at CATHCART S,
en door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Parasols, San Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty-eve per cent lower than can be purchased
laewhore in the city.
CATHCART & BROTHEL
N 0.1.4, Market Square,
nye° Neat to the iler t hibere Bank.
JOHN B. BAUTH'I3
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STE.,"
ALWAYS on band a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, 80., of the very beet
swanks% for Wise, gentlemen, and children' wear.—
Prices to snit the Umes. AU kfudi of WORK MADE TO
ORDER In the beet style by snperlor Workmen'
REPAIRING done et short Donna
octld-dtf JOHN Y. AMR, Harrtsbarg,
A QUANTITY of Baga, Chao : and Ging •
AM hams for sale by the dOsen'ihd place, cheap tor
taut, at the DAUPHIN COUNTY PRISON; tityB.Bm
HAIIIIIRBOIII3 May 8. 1881.
HINTS ON ME EIIKEIGENOIES i
Field, Camp, and,Heapital Fraotioe.
S. D. egtOSS„ M. D.
For sale at BBRONIISI CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
JOHN WALLOWER, JR., Agt.
(1001:04 AND ILERHCHANDD3E promptly
tbrwardod by Philadelphia and Reeding, Northern
Central, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Bravoed'
HAULM AND CRATING to sea from all parte of the
city to the dißerent Railroad depot" will be done at the
very lowest rake.
FAMIIIBB removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders heft at Brant's inrOpean Hotel, Or at the store
of It 13. Bollinger, will resolve Prompt alUntion. Con
signments of freight respeoWnlly aoB6ltod.
JOW WLOWIIIR JR., ngt.,
apt O&M Readies /*Pot-
THE ATTENTION OF GENTLIMPZI
Is solicited to our very lire. assortment of
Wamonimi AND DRAWER/ of every elm and quality.
Gams , hams Km Mona, best &dole manufactured.
AR the different ]dada of Warns Montt
Largest assortment of Emu= In the ally.
CRAVATS, Soarrienzas, Remiummucese, Ready Hemmed
And everything in Gaeta' wear. at
Neat to the Harrisburg Battle.
•vitoht One to Five Hundred Dollars
worth of CITY BONDS. BodinWe of
C. 0. ZIMMaRMAN,
marl 4 28 Soath4leemod street.
DR. T. J. IMB I
O FFERS his services to the citizens o
Harrisburg and its vicinity. Re solicits a share o
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his beat
endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist, he feels safe ID
inviting the public generally to can on him, assuring
hem that they will not be dissatis fi ed with his services,
ince No. 1211 Market street, in the house formerly no'
eig=y Jacob R. ltby, near the United Wiles Hotel,
A NEW LOT OF
LAMM' SHOPPING & MANTLING BAG
AWE - Row of new styles GREW and L
ratiriZil o=lo end tine -amortme
wit ad reak et
KIRCINTIWS CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
fil Manna Street.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN-NONE,"
RARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY AFTER N OON,' AUGUST 1, 1861
DR . ' ,3011N.SQ.N.
HAS discovered the most certain, speed,
and effectual remedy to the world frw
DIEFASID3 OF IMPEDOENOR.
rails Ow az to minx" souse
No illervory or Noxious Drugs
43 ,- A Om WassaintEN OR X 0 Camas, ua mon Oxa
Two DitB.llE. , •
Heftiness the Beek Or Limbs, Strictures, Pains in
the TAM*, Affeoticsis of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organk
Weakutes, Nervous Delity, Decay of - the Phydot Pan
ora, Dyspopsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Oonfosion o. dem,
Pali mon Of tb* Heart, TimWty, Trembitugs, Bouncer
of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Stfectioni
of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin—those terrible disor
dere arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits a.
Youth—thoso drOadful and destructive ,practisee whict
produce constitutional debility, render marriage 'mow
able, and destroy both body and mind.
Young inen especially who have become the victims of
solitary Vies, that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of
young men of the most exelted talent and brilliant Intel
lect, who might other' en have entranced listening
Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to so•
May the living lyre, may mill wi:h full confidence.
Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, be
ing aware of physi cal mailmen, should immediately con.
salt Dr. J., and be restored to perfect health.
ORGANIC WILUMES .
bnaualialely mood and NI vigor mired.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and mu,
tidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
Sirolnoe No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore,
Md., on the lett hand side going from Baltimore street, t
doors trom the corner. Be par flouter in observing the
name or number, or you will mistake the plinth. Be par.
Soutar for fraorant, Trifling Quacks, with fable nameo,
or Asitry Humbug Ontlfithlw, attracted by the reputa
tion of Dr. Johnson,l urk neer.
Ail letters must contain a Postage Stamp, to use on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Burgeons,
London, graduatsfrent one of the meat eminent Colleges
of the United state', and the greatest part ot whose life
has been spent In the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila
delphia and elsewhere, has erected some of the molds.
Mashing cures that-were aver known. Many troubled
with ringing in the ears and head when mileep, great Der
vousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, beabSniness,
with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derange
meat of mind were cured immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTIOL
Dr... dresses all these who having Injured thew
selves by . r mete and improper indulgenties, that secret
and solitary habit which ruins both body and mind, en.
fitting them for either business or society.
The., are some of the sad and melancholy ed, its pi
ducee by early habits of youth, via : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs,'Pains in the Head, Dimness of Ty
Loss of Muscular Power, Paipltation of the Heart, -
pepsin, Nervous Irritability, Deriuutement of the ages vs
Functions, General Bytaptoma of tiossump•
M3IIW.LT, the fearful effects on the mind are mush to
be dreaded .—Loos of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, De
pression of Spirits, Evil 'forebodings Aversion toSoole
iy, Self-distrust, Love of SOUtUde, Timidity, ix.. aro some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ago, can now judge what
Is the come of their decline in health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciatod, have a
singular appearance about the eyes, noun, and symp
ms of consumption.
who have injured themselves by a oerbiln practice,
delved in when alone—a habit frequently learned from
o it zompanlona, or at school, the effects of which are
eightiy felt, even when asleep, and If not cured, renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
.should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young mite, the hopes of hie COM.
try, the darling of his parents should be snatched troup
all prospects and enjoyments ot life by the consequences
of deviating from the path 01 nature, and indulging in
certain secret habit. nic th persona must, before contats-.
effect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. rndeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrlmager, the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and liked with the
melancholy reflection that, the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our owe. .
AL JOHNSON% INVIGORATOM aIiMEDYi roil cut
fly this great and important remedy, Weakness of ILR
Organs are speedily cored, md toll for restored.
honsands of the most nerve= and debilitated Wki
had lost ail hope, have been Immediately relieved. All
Impedimenta to Marriage, Privets/ or Mental Dhiseali
cation, Nervosa, Trembling, Weakness or Itchanstion or
the most tearful kind, speedily Oared.
The many thousand/ cured al this 'natation within Mt
last twelve yam, and the numerous Important Bossism
operations performed by Dr. J., teDuessed by the re
porters of the paper% and many other persons, notices of
which have appeared agabt and again before tbe
besides Ur sicuidup as - a postimus diarader sad re
mortnhaay, Is a sufilolent guarantee to the afflicted.
OWL' Rf OF 111FRUDENCL —When the misguided
and Imprudent votary ofh d r ol imt u iLlinds he has imbibed
the seeds of th is plank! it too disci happezur that
an littimed sense of Shams or of Alsocrvery deters
Min from applying Or them who, from Mutation and re•
spectabinty can atom befriend him, helloing till the .
stltutionsi symptoms of this horrid •diseme make then
appearance, aiming the beef, throat, ems, atin,
progressing on with frightful rapidity, till death puts a
period to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to NMI
bourne from .whence no traveler returns." It is a mel
ancholy fist that thousands fall victims to this terrible
disease, owing to the unakUlitiness of ignorant pretend.
ers, Who, by the use of that deafly iMam, maroary, rula
the constitution and she the mate of miserable.
To Distanossia—Tho Doctor's Diplomas hang In his
ma -litters mast eontain a Stamp Was Oil the reply
Miraemediee seat - by Nell.
*irk°. Z South Frederick street, Baltimore;
FOR SALE 1
A BUILDING LOT, situate in West Har
z'. Haag, fronting on Broad street 20 feet, and run
ning backlBl feet, more or leia, - to a2O foot alley, ad-
joining on one side the property of Mr. Blumenstine.
FOr particulars enquire of FEULDERICII. BGREFFSRA
May 8,1881. my 9
SPICED SALMON 11
VRESH AND FEET DELICATE. Put
1. up neatly in five pound cans.
Je2s. WM. DOCK. Jr., &C o.
EMPTY FLOUR BARRELS.
.OSOLARGE NEW BRIGHT EMPTY
FLOUR BARRELS in stood oonditiontoc eats
a by tja23l WM. DOM, Jr., AgOo.
LIKE FOR SALE.
jIH.4 UNDERSIGNED having embark ed
Lin the - LISIX OUSINIM is pCepared to t a rnbth ti
very best article at short notes, and at the lo west. prices
Mr cash. He sells the lime burnt at Columbia and also
that burnt at home.
my29-dSm PETER RERNHIRRI..
OUR - .UNION di CONSTITUTION
4 QUR GOVERiikENIi
mitt, is s work entailing the tnritoit
tom, mai &nee, giving the 0 011 1 , "0410 . lirPs
shd Prevision* showing the Telatlous i g me several
*Motto the Union +Nadia& other, labd 1 44.=
nay the System of Illnddllittilt or
11 00. Sold, and orders supplied, by Jhim, as Harris
hauls for Caudle sad Maks wanted.
FROM OUR MORNING EDITION.'
THE BMW OF tHE . BAZTLE IN VIE
A 00013178 FROM 801311i0LN 803118083
We - elik the fellewhig #tame from gal:Mums
of seCtsiqina infonnittien as " ire contained in our
southern exchanges. of Akin description of
trews we Fake up the following varieties and•
The confederate congress having been inform
ed by President Davis of the result of the
second battle, unanlinously adopted the follow
ing resOluthins, offered by Mr. Merturabiger
Resolved, That we recognize the hand of the
Most High God, the King of King's, the Lord
of lards, in the glorious victory with which he
hath crowned our army at Manassas, and that
the people of the confederate states be invited,
by appnepriate seriPias on the ensuing'Sabbrith,
to oder 'up their united thairksgiving and praise
for this mighty deliverance.
Resolved, That deeply deploring the.n.ecessity
whion has washed the solliof our country with
the blood of so many of her noblest sons, we
offer to their respective families and friends our
warmest and most cordial sympathy, assuring
them that the sacrifices made will be consecrat
ed in the hearts of our people and will there
enshrine! the names of the gall ant dead as the
champions of free and constitutional liberty.
Iteimgved, That we approve the prompt and
patriotic - efforts of the mayor of thecity, of:
iticlunond toniake Provilions' for thewortrated; .
and that a cegunittse of one member from each
state 'be appointed to co-operate in the plan.
The Ilichroong Whig of the 24th instant says ,
that the battle on Sunday opened by throwing
out heavy artillery and small field pieces at 8
o'clock in the morning. • • The force of the ene
my can never be ascertained. Our force was
twenty thousand, Men never fought more
desperately than ours. We have captured
eighteen piecee .of artillery and taken some
three or four hundred prisoner&
The Oglethorpe Light Infantry of 'Georgia
were cut to pieces, and Bailor's fine regiment
of Georgians was nearly annihilated.
By the care on' the 28d President Davis re
turned from the battle field. in response to
the calls from the immense crowd who had ccn
gregatird' together to greet him, he alluded to
the grand absorbing topic of the day. The ene
,my, he said, with the taxes they had been im
posing upon us for twenty years had fitted out
an army on a magnificent scale.i They
coma over to-VirOlut-witiapleaty of arms arid
insittunitian, and with ambulances fitted up in
Audi a style of luxury as though they thought
-they were still taxing the South. They had
five or six hundred army wagons with them,
and provisions of every kind in abundance. in
the whole campaign they nad over fifty thou
sand men. Tneir finest parks of heavy and
light artillery are ours. They left everything
behind them they could throw away,
Among the Federal officers captured is Col.
Carrington. Among the Confederate officers
killed, unreported, are Lieut. Col. Johnston,
of the Hampton Legion ; CoL Thomas, of Gen.
Johnston's staff; and Col. Fisher, of the Sixth
North Carolina regiment.
The wounded, unreported, are Col. Stevens,
of Gen. Lee's staff ; Col. Cartrell, of Georgia;
Lieut. Col. Montgomery Gardner, of the First
Georgia regiment ; Col. Nelson, of the Second
Virginia,regiment; Col. Jones, of the Four,th
Alabama regiment; Col. Hampton, of the Le
Col. Preston, of the Twenty-eighth Virginia
regiment, took Col. Wilcox, of Michigan, one
otiptau and' thrtie — priiateif prboiers, with his
Edmond Fontaine, Jr., son of C,ol. B. Fon
taine, Preiiderit oT the Tirginia Central BailL
road, is among the slain.
TROOPS roa waoane
On the 2.2(1 hist: Capt. McCrady's Iriskt
unteers left Charleston for the seat of war in
Virginia. The First Georgia regiment left the
day previhuu for the same destination.
FUROES.SI OF STATE STOCKS, BONDS, *EC..
. . .
The following queries have been put to the
Confederate District Attorney at Charleston
drat, Is it lawful for .
.a citizen of:the Confed
erate States to purchase of our enemy Statti
'stock or bonds of any of the Confederate States
and demand the interest when: due?
4 lecond, Is it lawful for the same parties to
purchase notes given by merchants of the South
ern Confederacy to northern houses and demand'
payment for the same ?
Dird, laeul and proper to pursue the:
abontsetAise, would it mot be equally legal`for
the emaltinder to buy merolumdhw of the en- .
enly i _Orin. Other words, does the law intend to
operate in favor of the fortunate holders'of cap
ital against the humble dealers in wares and
merchasullse ' -
The restrnwe is as follows :
The acts specified by you certainly constitute
"trading with the enemy". peculiarly objection
able, because they afford a direct assistance to
the moray by the transmission of money to
fester his resources. And, in adds on, such
conduct is highly unpatriotic, because directly
injUtious to the interests of _th•S States and citi
seas of our-Confederacy, whose oliligatiims are
thus withdrawn from the enemy's country,
where Wiz for the interest of such States that
they should remain, since they could not there
be called upon for payment dicing the war.
Such. operations are certainly Worse than the,
simple purchase of merchand i se in the enemy's
country, bectinie they, at the same time, aid our
ember and :Were our friends
40VVKINIS OP uses. Wise AND LIB. -
The Memshis Argus, of the 22d, says . Gen.
Wise has recently marched into the northwest,
of Virginia, with a legion ten or twelve thou
sand strong. His headquarters, until a few
days since, . Witt , at Charlestown, Kanawha
county, on the great Kanawha river. It is now
understood that-he has advanced northward in
to Jackson county, and his progress will proba
bly extend to Wood county, on the Ohio, the
home of Gen. John J. Jackson.
brigade is undoubtedly following in Wise's
track. At present these are the only forces of
any consequence in the northwest, Gen. Gar
nett's column having either been out to pieces
or compelled to retreat from Beverly, llan
dollob, across the Alleghenies into Pendleton
and -Highland. Gen. Leo And lili-staff start to.,
morrow', for wirtafticateiii ",`Virginia, -It , is be,
lieved that he le Ong to tiJukcommand of the
entire ' W llll -knt /PAY probably fix
his haidqt Laitenko ktiinnten!
• %11 , , Wr yy i
The Hon. A. G. Jenkins commands a compa
ny of Virginia militia in Braxton county.
Hearing recently that gkd..Tylery with 800 fed
eral, trcaps, wag abonl , Jo,; 1:088 through the
Coniity from Weston, they felled trees •in his
path and felltack to, a` convenient point, where
they laid in ambush until he patised. ' They
then felled trees in his rear, also, thus in
pletely catching him in a trap. They, then
bred upontiin, killing some 60 or 60 of his men,
and capturing many of his horses, Bcc. So:says
a Richmond paper.
WABffiIGTONW AT JLAXLISAS.
Walter Morris, recently of: Washington city,
and a private in the Beauregard Rifles, Jai, re
ported to have been killed at the Bull run en
gagement. We also hear that second lieuten
ant Charles Rill, of the same company, a son
of the Rev. S. P. Hill, of this city, and &nines=
ly a clerk in the bank. of Riggs & Co., was bre
veted for gallant conduct on that occasion, and
that Major F: B. Shaeffer, formerly of the
tional Rifles of this city, has been called to
liesairegard's staff, as one of his aids, and bre
vetted lieutenant-Colonel for meritorious ser
A letter from Harper's Perry. says ;
' A large number of Corifedentie troops skin at
bull's 'Bun were from this section. Their dead
bodies are being forwarded, and the solemn
rites of interment performed by their survisi.ng
friends. Winchester, Martinabing, Charlestown,
&c.,are ehtLng thelcas of some of their
proitinent citizens. The bodies of Capt.
Ives, Mr. Butler, a rich farmer, and. Mr. Harri
son, of the Virginia line, arenmong the recent
arrivals at Winchester, &c.
e sou/imam or WA.B.LAMM%
The State of North Carolina, through Mar
shal Thinks, Esq., has just transferred - to the
Confederate government a- clever little fleet of
tl.ve war stetuners. • -
XXXV.flth Congress—Extnt Susion,
[CONCLtiLON OF IVEDNISDAY,S PHOOSEDING6.I
Weki.nanoi, July 81
Svsars.—A communication was received from
the President, in answer, to, a resolution, trans
mittmg a report of all the instructions given eto
Foreign Ministers with reference to the rebel
lion. - Laid on the table and ordered to be
The bill in relation to the superintendenta,of
the navyyardyperadtdog the President to. 4p-
Point euperintendenta fionx the rank of com
manders as well as captains,. was taken up and
discussed at consideredable length by Messrs.
Hale, Dixon, Grimes and otbers. It was fatal
ly laid aside, and °remotion of Mr. Wrisoa the
bill supplementary to the act to increase the
military establishment of the United States wits
taken up and passed.
Mr. LANE, (kto.,) offered a resolution ordli4g
on the President to inform the Senate.whether
Hon. James H. Lane, of Kansas, has been ap
pointed a Brigadier General, and if he, has ac
cepted that position. Adopted. - .
Mr. Pow introduced a bill to .repeal all
bounties allowed to fishing vessels. Refened
to the Committee on Commerce.
The bill relative to the Superintendent of the
Navy Yard was then paused.
On motion of Mr. Ottotaxa..(Mich.,) the bill
to increase the Consular , representation of the
United Mates auring the rebellion was taken
up and passed. ;
The report of the committee of Conference tou
bill to provide iron clad ships was taken up, -op
unfinished businessfrom yesterday. Thereport
of the committee was rejected.
Mr. Timmer, (N. J.,) moved to, postpone the
bill indefinitely. Lost.
Mr. HALE moved that' the Bonita agree to all
the amendinents of the House save the one
which includes vessels not completed within the
provisions of the bill. Agreed to.
knew oommitteaof cceiference Was iippointed
on that amendment.
. The bill to,e4press' innrrection was 'tektiei
Mr. likui moved to postpone , its consideis
tion till to-nitrOw. 'Agreecr
The Senate thetCw' eat into Rae= ve SeSS/ 011 ,
. . ,
and subsequently adjourned: ' '
Hoilan--Mr. MAr (Md.) asked leave to in-,
Itroduce a preamble, setting To4thsoany i
- stances attending the 'arreit and imprisonmen t
of the Baltimoie Police - Cominisihmers,
ing that the writ of 'habeas carpus, has been
treated with contempt and a military despotism
established in Baltimore, and concluding ,wit,h
a resolution that their arrest and imprisonment
were *Plait wiLivitixt„ and flagrantly tancorpAL
tntinnal and illegal, P a nd ' they should be
rtileased'or their case remitted to the. judicial
-•„ , • .
tribunals for determination.
MX. BINGHAM raised the point of order, that
this resolution _ was 94atled under the rule for
the NsvetilhaVut of the:business of ‘ the session:
The Speaker decided that the point was well
M r „ blond asked •Ifiave to introduce a
Rrennble concluding _with•& jointraxdution
daring Omit !hostilities; against the so-called]
Ossfe4re4 3 Statessimuki. - -PraMetal.
so far as may be neceseary to enforce- obedience
to the Constitution and the laws, a MI 'should
not be so construed sato reduce the, States to
thq condition of inferiors, pr ipterfej t e_witu their
rights of property ordestroy their country.
This was declared out of - order iinder the
'rule. . •
C9,tatkx, and 4) gave..nothatof a hill. to
;be entree. at 'alai:vain* of theneatt :swoon,
granting' to”, the' soldiers, of the 21ft/s e r a
bounty land' 'on 'Government I
'subject to entry at $1 50 per acre, antrgrantiag
sections of--landzikerfses4tat Mirreadeata,
and subject to entry at $2 50 per acre. spe!
• Mr. Vax.x.exerkenuaa, from the Special Com
mittee appointed at the last session, reported a
bill restricting the franking privilege. The
House then adjourned.
Raving procured Steam Power Primes, we are prepar
ed to execute JOB add .131/0K PAINTING ofa►ery ueserlp-
Wu, cheaper than tt can be done at any other establish
ment I o the country,
RA !RS uF ADvERTI3ING,
gip Four lines or 11 a constitute one-hatf Rome. Eight
hues or more than fomc conatimte a square.
Half :quare, one day 80 26
one week 1 00
one mouth 2 00
three months 8 00
44 six months ....... ........ 00
One year.. .......... 8 ix
One Square, one day so
one • • • •
one month 8 60
three months 6 00
six months is I*
46 one yearb• ... .... .... 16 00
Par Bushms notices ipserted .tha Local Cbiltste, or
belore Marriges and Deaths, Frig • CUNINFICIt LINE for
each hwertlon. '
ifir Idarnges sod Death; to be charged as regular ad
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
AN ARTILLERY WAR
MORZ BATTLILItB .ABXED FOR
The Line of Pickets Extended.
A New and More Vigorous War
Pokey to be Inaugurated.
PORT FILLMORE REINFOROM
Expedition for the Capture of Fort
MORE TRAITORS /MIMED,
REMOVAL:Oi SECIEBSION CLERKS
REFORMS IN VIE ARMY.
General M'Clellan expresses the opinion that
this will be an artillery war, and asks as. many
batteries as it is possible to procure. Regiments
have been sent by him to extend the line of
pickets along the Potomac to Harper's Ferry.
Seven additional regiments have gone up to
Chain.. Bridge to-day where three or four are
There are fresh indications of the inaugura
tion of a more vigorous policy, and Ggn. kr -
Oleßan inspires and supervises everything.
We learn from a reliable source that Fort
Fillmore, Texas, has been reinforced by ten
companies ; also that Col. Couly has fitted out
such expeditions against Fort Bliss, now held
by the Texans, as makes its captuie (=tan.
There have been more arrests for tresson
here, and the traitors are being well stirred up.
John Holohan, of this city, has been airested
and put in jail in this city, on a charge of hav
ing treasonably aided and excited the late . Bull
Strict movements aro on foot now to remove
all the secession clerks from the depction:As.
This should have been done long ago.,
The city presents a most quiet appearance
to-day. It has not been so calm for weeks
past. General M.'Clellan's strict rules of disci
pline are working great reforms.
Tho remains of Leo Engleman, lately the
ticket agent and telegraph opei-ator stationed
at Quakertown, on the line of the North Penn
sylvania Railroad, were brought here last even
ing and taken to Flowertown. On Saturday last
he attempted to get on a train while itt motion,
and by accident fell upon the 'track. 'three
cars passed over his leg, crushing ft who' that
amputation was imperatively necessary`. The
operation was performed, but it'failed to save
his life, and he died yesterday. He was.about
26-years of age, and his sudden demise is la
mented by a large circle of friends. He wad a
son of Mr. Engleman-, of Flowertown.
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lequLre et the subscriber st luS iciudeudibri l thilUdia
ruiu,:opposits lbe deal Will Edible liouie L forktithe
Yer‘i, curb& Of *cowl uu,l scrsits, WilSt.tfaXf
rlsburs. • trey 27-1 1 .1" • • - G B.VOLIV.
• SCHEFFER'S gO,Q.K ,Incsioo i
w ear ikli,,,,ithyr, .Brid6e.) e •
1 • 4 - ) M. JUST RICOSIVEIY! kroot the
. i t atyip-mitla a lota tizie WhikER I CILL I;itlig
. sirsti, wawa me wig bell ak u.ittS or %vial. ' ~- . .. ."
S2.OU per...ream for • NOT& ?sego, Oeoorsusd m*l . ,
be latest snit very- handsome whine= • and "pitriodb
$3.80 'for 1000 WHFJ ENTFLOP4I3,.w4hoat!oIW apo
patekithieniblems, printed in tiM mans.' - - ' ' I
Mew give 1111 a call. , : 1.040. F. tickjuintiOsilw
je22.4 . . inardsb
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DENT raTEL ,
Jjfeltamons Odfor ld Dental surgery, ha
amtVly:Mmited in the osty Darriebarg aa4r. It
olllce formerly cocedaptoa py Dr. Gorges T 'Meek
- Mailmen Altattet• and' Walnut; reepeolrultf
friends and tbe,suolau gene;ll4 Wilt hedtgarsuipedlee
perfbrth allepetatlons in • tue Dental proieeaton, v4iiker
eiMgloal, 'or Mena uni.l, in a meaner ttlitiMalleeW
ianseseg by operators in %Ids 0r,au90t40r,p4,,
artidelal teeth is npoit theriaitee,
pfraTedeoleothlo proleMtea. • . • ,
Teeth, irom one to aMU Sea, mounted on Gnu Gold, 11.
Ter, KaliCli plates or the Vuktmitte•Bane. A - -
• ", ' ' : • '
1 lake groat pleasure mreoomMerallag, Spare gee,
denim to 'all my fennel - patients of Harriet, erg and vl
- Pouf** Una . 110. will perform ill Opres.-1
dons to a ides:tide oakum*, from my knowledge of ble ,
Amylit.iftff 1 'F. J. S. tiORDB3,,D.iD:
Tax noicimri & azirragßo
Designers .tL aZ , E ll l l7 lB o ,:„ Tti rs " v i nt. W4a ,4.,.;
EXECUTE all kinds of Wood Alm!, „
with beauty, oorrectr.eas disisitch. I
amigo turnutneaMA an for Fineiri Book 110 tr
watatig IN Bdlu..a DitguesnesSlMAL,
Lave vtassa of Oomes, unmakes, Store Prost;
m i s,tdoes, Stoves, Pittetas, engesTW, as ma &I peel.
Floor Boaelopeo, Labels, Bill lileadhigs. Show Bilk
Visiting, Business -sad. same Gulls etwaved
highest style'of art, and at tae lowest prices,.
ror oPeolloono or 4oreleograffintrese the maaated ,
woria Of,J. 4 1 PROmot 8 ll 4• 11 ,• 8.1 4 / 1 2. 1k 9 14, - •
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diglitlol4#44tErilliriNPit : 64114W14/04 in the
osA i =ol tw ilim aZia recount" should at once be .
the Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat, be ever so
slight, es by UM precaution a more serious attack may
be warded off. roue Speakers mad Singers will dud
them effectnal for clearing end strengthening the voice.
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