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tv. Oran & to.,
D W. GROSS Sr, CO.,
NVDOLN.SALK AND RETAIL.
MARKET ST WEFT
HARRISBURG, PEA , N'A.
DIWGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE.
KEEPERS AND 10ONSU bIERS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, ,and
would respectfully call' y i n= atention to the
largest and beet selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, ORMOLU & PAINTS,
04 Vlltnlihei and Glues,
Dye , Stuffs, Maas and Putty,
Artist Colors, and Tools,
Pare Ground Spiess,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine Oily,
Battles, Vial. and Lamp Globes,
Castile Soap, Spooks' and Corks,
Are., &0., aifb„ ar ,o &c., a‘c
With a general variety of
PEREIIIIERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the beat manufacturers and Per
lumen of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WRITE TYAT),
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS,, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
Id S) ;MGR....tio ;
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tt D 13 u r..'f_
• I . . - int.4j P
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We respectfully invite a call, feeling, confi
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction,
TEETH 1 TEETH 11
JONE' S AND Wiiin'S B PORCELAIN TEETEt,
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye
Wholesale Agorae for Baponlller, which we sell
as low as it can be purchased In the cities.
PRAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL OIL I CARBON OIL li
Being large purchasers In these 01Is, we can
offer Inducements to close buyers. Coal OH
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap• All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
one of you who have not given our HOBO
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
their superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
g rod condition.
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the Isomlog quantity and quality of milk,
boa s 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 wro
inch that we can in a very short time famish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
beet of terms.
Thankful for the Beret patronage bestowed
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
Witness, a careful selection of
at fair pricer, and the desire to phijuie
malt a continuance of the f f - a dianfmr.
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PROF. 0, 4,:,W9OD'S
REST °Skill VI , . IIORD I A L
BUJ NOVAI 4 OI6 -
Is precisely what Its Saha' abdicates, air while pleas
act to the taste, ft le revivitying, exhilarating mod
strengthening to the vital powers. it also revivifies, re
inatstesiandyetws thelrloottle sll its erl t lttal parity l
and thee recto renders thElystem inteuinerairie
to attacks of dlikaatio, It Is tlse only prtparltiori..ever
offered tki the *WM in a Popillitriernt as bi within
the reach of all.
So coemically and ekilifullY combined, as t 2 the most
powerful won; fun yet, so perfectly adapted so aslo *or,
IN Pcgpacr 400ORDANON FHB L4W9 OF MIMI; /1216'
itINCI so van van WILIKIar BTOILIOB and tone up the di
gestive organs, and allay all nervous irritation. It is also
perfectly °indenting in its ergots, and yet Wit - Enver;
followed by lassitde r depression of spirits It is com
posed entirely of vegetating, aid these thoreugiy com
bining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and Wo
e quantify can never Woe, As a sure preventive and
cursor '' ` 7. '
,CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DYS
PEPSIA, LOBS OF APPRTITN, FAINTNESS, NKR
VOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PALPITA
TION OF THE mar, hiELANCHOLY, HYPO
CHONDRIA; NIGHT 13WRATR, LANGUOR,
GIDDIDE&S, AND ALL THAT OLAHB OF
OASES SO FRARFULtY FATAL CALLED
FEMALE WELILIENEM, AND
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUA_L.
Also, Liver Derangements or Torpidity, and Liver nem-
Plaints, Diemen' of, the Kidney,er any general derange
snent iof thittrfinary twining • •
• It will not only t.ure the debility folliwing CHILLS sod
FRYER, but all prevent attacks arising from Miasmatic
fildlicricett. and cure the diseases at once, If already at;
Vroveleri should have a bottle with tham v aaltwill
pliably prevent say deleterious cotweenenoes: follonsi
Mg upon change of climate and water.
: As it prevent. costiveness, strengthens the digesttie
Organs, It should be In the bands of all persods of seden
Ladles sot accustomed , to muck out-door exereee
should always use it.
Mothers should use it, fur It ts perfect; relief, talon
a month or two before the final a
trial, she Will pass the
dreadful period with perfect ease and safety,
THMUIP itIATAKIP.ABOM re.
'FRE goßDua l Is ALL WE Wag IT
Mothers Irry It f.I
And to you we appeal, to detest the illness or decline
riot only of your daugterw before it be too late, but AlSo
year eons anChusbends, for while former from Wee
delicacy, On= go down to a premature grave, tither
an let their condition by known to time, the litter are
Often eo mixed up wi th the excitement or busineee, , that
if It were not for you, they too, would travonAlho,ottoro,
downward path, until it ia too, We ; toarrest their fetal
all. But the mother Is alwaya vigalad; and to you' 'We
tonadently appeal ; for we are sure your never -Dining
affeetlen will unerringly point you , to PROF. WODIA3
11STWIATIVJA conilm.4ND.ll4oooltEolo.Vo'rua os,
the remody which should, always be on band in time et
u. J. WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway, New York, and ,
114 *like' Street, kt. Loa* mo., and sold by all good.
Druggists. Price QUO 1.0 tar per. Bottle.
o. GEO. W .. 4OA 14,, gcetteate of the
altimars Li.dlo4o al isisial +Surgery, having perms
loaatiOdiu the abyss Harrisburg and taxon the
Waal 7 ockiikliW VPr..Writl l .4 l , Pa Taira Pkr, 6 P ,
betwaqp , Kw. mid Wahl o' . l l.a s , espoodbity `Wei ma nlit
i t r .. 0, 11: i i .,,, lla m a: ,
Doo r u r ori he
whi ts p ir r o ePere ni,i 4 ar to
Suited or seootoulelat, et a maims WAS 'Usti not, be
Woad& by operator . 41 thlscl . 4arky, oUlur , ch,y, .44
mode of Meertmg arts 4111 teeth la iiiiau Hieltittli/. 13:1-
proved actentille inquW led: , z 1
Teeth, !rem one ho & cult AA, itioUsdad au dos bialdi r 41 . ,.
vet, Amino plates, or , th9:VAIN4 I O, BM.* •
•• • • """, ... •• • • • •
1 two great tetra le,;etopepeedelilkeo I'ool , oo
memo to all tofluat, patients "of tierrhibtir,g' and' vi!
okay, and fuel tenddeill INt he will palette- ill open-
Lune to a sciaatlilo mauler, tram .my eriosttedge. Qt .WI
ability. LinAt:fitti . I. J. d. GAROV#. D. D.
VAN none" aveurrDmiti-
Designers and EnoTann : on Woods
N. L Com larrira aannitrr ars
urr, at a44 l 4l * . a - .
Sig x itb,. m ., L it«. eat ....... 13441 ' 9 44' ZA g rrl Y i e
Gee rurnanearloir i ilne o'l'llliiiit t amixia'. Per
W outs, by seadtag a Photograph or Ihkraerreesob,
Can have views or Metes,Clawohas, . Owe . marls,
ifikadaes, stOve., Patents, art, taletsaalt all Wall " Purl
Tney Snvelopea, Labels, Hill Cradling, :41oet tor Is,
Nulling,i Bushman and, oilier Cards, = engraved ur she
highest style of art, and:at the Wheel Pr 104 0.7 , i
For aPaSitePna at A* engraving art, the Allaktraj/d
works of rJ. u..l.lNduooC A Co., I. sk: WW:ler 6Ca
*MS Iyd , , 1 .:
THUNDER AND: LIGHTNING.I
WE vast amount o ,propocty .dflopregod.
a, mums* by Ligbbitheought to be War, 11 ,2
Property holders to moors th4gr buildings. 'AR -0 ere
DiArbibthtuff Mit lott st the &WWII; stoma WI
will be itioaded.to.. Rods lituf. up in-tho lOWA ImPrOVed
yle anti warrarilod., , 44241
FOR 84141 I
A BUILDIIid .LoTveituate.in West Hari.
rtaburi, 'widths oit Ontailiogeata 9.teat,.ud :R ?l
aim s him* la fag, more or legs, tO`li '
80 (901 , 1 41 0 3', tr
joluing on onO•aldo Rio property (W M. 131 om tontine. • -
For ?lonian empire of F BRI6K soaseres.•
May 8, /801: rayB
lEFatAW, the Honorable Toittr
Yeoman', Preadeut or the Ckart or Coinmon
lbTweirox J udicial Dielaict,, consisting et the - count**
er Lobelia& and youphisi, .ud the. am.. A. 0. Esau,
And Ben. Part Nom, AIIJIOOII4O Jeezerie hi Deupb.tu
county, Wring Willed to* precept, bearing Oats _the
Ibartb day or June, in t; t. ittrebtede
l r bolding
a Cain Of Oyer and Terminer and Osum J
i ail 'Dell very
end Quarter Beetione of the Peace of Aorrteritirg, foe, :the.
novelty At Dauphin, anti to earemence on.TAI lot Mos.
Da or Annum aazz, being Die 26bg ALT or Sunup 1861,
and to continue two week". '
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Jus
tices of the Pence, Aldmpen o and Constables of the said
Bounty of Dauphin, that they% then and there in their
proper persons, at ltre'dnoltin the foratient of Bald day,
With their records, inquisitions, examination*, and their
own risinembrannes,. to us those thijip which to their
woo appertains to b done, and those who are bound
in recognisance' M p rbst ute when thiprisonnot that
Inv or shall be in Mei Jan of .Deukitteir,uttn o pe n end there to prosimute against themes ee MI!
Given under my hand, at Harrisburg; Illst day of
July, in the year of .our ],ofd, Ofil, and In the eighty-
Witt year of the independence or the United BMWs.
J. D. B(4B,,Bberiff.
Harrisburg, July 3s 1811.} suet-dal/Mt
All Work Prot iqd Our Week
1 . 0 :1 1 i "'.
P INN El tiritA lirrA
Mut uncut iforntatailuti"
104 Market Street beheietaill'aitel 6 gArl"'
0 IFI, MULE deacriptisii of Ladies'
iii44l4owake., l ierateata,Ptec e Oak% ara
+-pt. -4291)14,11...4 111 : 5 66 "
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS--NEUTRAL IN NONE "
HARRISBURG PA. W.DNIESP4a I.LFTERNtXM;. AUGUST 14,: 1861.
t R . jt)it.Si
:u-AB.tAispgir,detti h e M bst Co rthili , Ili 006'0
,2„.11..` and cabana insedy in the world for ' -
DISEARkI, OF 11011.111)10*-
num m ars TO Twain', pout* .•
. , 111, illeroary or rissioue 1 Drsgl . .
jeers CURT WARRANIIITP, OA NO CHARON, IN nuni,theaffi ,
Wenboules 01 tho Beek or Limbs, Strietorm, Mtlue.,ln!
the Lot*, Affeettona of tbeKidneye and,Elladder Orgent.
Vietilteiese,,Nervons Debility, Ii ay theiltiiiite; ilia
ere, fizeptivela, , Liumper, , lbw Sptrlts,Monfoodometo dew.
MI Om of tbsnesitolltaidiey Itengollapellesetste
Sight or giddiness, gismos Ole z
bi. the Head, Tbroo‘ fftee,or,ol ' , lete diede
dare arising 'Orttuir tbe itidlitorelioti ar ' Miry= [Weis ith
Youtie-4hose • drestget and. distrainive jorantleestierbieb
produce constitutional debility, render marring, Ipepee
eible, and destroy bosh body, sad mind. , • , , •
Young men especially who have Venom* Atm victims !
solitary Yloe t Wat t dreadful and,destritoliVe 1 04 wWO
annually sweeps, to an Untimely 'vote ',thuttiander 'of
young Mon of most aI:W M.lolons and btliliant-Inted
Cot,• wife - might othenries have ontialinnel listeninp
Senates WAtkaho 1 10PittleP ri lf elegu9 l , !Pr' Tait** tP, Pc'
laity the ilvtug,lyre, may , Trith fun confidence. •
LARRIAGR I .
; AirMO Nrban4s,cre Orpu oontemplvlng morriega,
Ing_AWicr '.l pliyaßial efeakoneet;atioiird Imunidiatitlyn t ilf•
Imll Dr 'J., ink! ete ',Stored to perfect health. ,' • • ;
atmediateilroured and AU vigorrulitteoli
He erhio &ma himself under the Goo of!Dr4J.,,Req
ellgionaly coned* in We honor as a gentleman, and doe,
.IdesArely upon hts elptil RIS 11 pysioian.
NLoe ' No. 'I Soh& .Fredereok 'etreS4'llittlittoi , ,
NC,' ow the - len 'Wind Mei:Ong from lialthoose iNreeto z
doors trom theournsr. ,Be,pahtiettist JIM 9b1441 1 10 Pt. ,
awe or number, or y o u will adetwko,4 i t i pla ii . U. Per
dottier fpr Zgrwastglqueoks, . ; now*,
Or Pi:Wry Hir9 ;attracted by the , repine
tiott of Dri Jobnabo r i or neetr .. :• , ~1 !, .. •.1
AIL lettere wont nh4Pdh a POOIgeSUUPP, t "" ' NI ' lb4 =
jeply. 1 '' • '
' on: '..roarorreSt. ' - ' . • . .
I Dr. Johnson member' of,the Roal'ailidge bi Seititona,
tondos staddalefeom nee ottbeinestenefeltetOßltte.
f the.liniisd diodes, sted.theT greatiwt pare 01 Wbnoe We
eil Welt WAN/ UtAlhie 1 10 11 00 3 10 Ie9R4 4 PRt Xartill ,INit
edthaqd Naewhera t * Wreoted apomot the falol4 ma.
do 1 retires thit were ever Ithower , :iialotlitaikilie
kith ringing In the ears and head when witeep,•great 11,11114
Oonindiu,i being Wormed; 40111460 119entt riabeltbkineli*,
* l 4hP. o 4VeDlNVlgtr a od s ci fe44l°l9?! l ik`i
Wool of mind we o ur ' Wedld 7
TAILN,PJLKICULAR. sows. -
• Dr: a.. ^». dreemeaddl , maan - Whir himatig *urn& Mem:
pelvaa by . r vide and illtifirOpliel444ollo l N4 OA PIP*
~ ablt aradola 'ohm both nody ?Ind mlnd,mo -
Main them for elther - badthemor Moiety. '
Theek - ari Miro& or Meted and toolandlitilY nu) iaaliriv..
Gwen by , early. liablunefl lytio via:. Weskaminiel Abe
BaolaandS, rebM , la ta il :4 DOOMS 4 1 1 _ trill
oof * Poirtr i Pou on or the X
la,ltdry Irrhabt . Meet or the'
otkins, General De bility, Symptoms of Goommap: '
1 . "tliiitkkii, veil re.4#4441 1 41a tt4Albigarebllll44
ibe, dreaded ...--Lom of moor , Confusion of Ideas, Co.
Wroalaell of , APT' , dvinsion totiloolo•
Billtdhdamit,, ye of 6, Tloddity, eft., are news
WtheyfritaMpoW Jilt, !..0...-e. .1". XJ.1.11/ la?. *el
f thousands' of perimaapir ail &Wald Milyilni/Imialimf.
la #to eanwp ortnear, ,deonne In li ilh.loinsite ,TIEF I
hoooinlng week pale; ininrotur Oct' °Mao have a
Mhitlei , 'apparent's andat 'Gni qmr,4lbiltlk ' ' dyimthil
me of Onniumpaion; i .1 i,, ~,1.. :1 , .ll' I , IV i
• i • rovria ,itlid , , '' ,
, who have Inhered . thentlieliell , by , IV necenilllPtantintviht , '
!dulled in Then alonernedlabla •iMetnllrillrarnet4 , Crtia
arifOompowli or at ,Maill 41 4 strec 4 Pi, w ;OP! 1 ' iroi
•alshuy fe lt , even when aside , and It Ada owed; rendlf6
,marriage impassible and deatroyttbdlti Mind 'ind , hOdy,''
Arnold apply Immandelyi, ~ t . , ii.. ..r. ~ •,. • 1 I I: , ," /
vWhaka flint p young auri,_. 4.4:00,p0p, px pc Amo n
y, the darling of his parents, should be onatelied wow
all prospects and enloymenui of life by the ooneeenencea'
of deviating from the path of nature sod halnlgh4( nit a
'certain , mama' habit. i So di peraollsylni* Worn 42011166'..
kap*, met e sound WM sud WO are ,the most tatetegt,,
aqujeDes .ke ,promota connubial happiness. Didwa'
, wilhOtd these.., tbd pane," through lib became it weary
riniellinad% Me • ProuPPOthdartensto.theivienthe
d WOW IthedoWixl ientlileoPlir, 113 0 *Yid- I, loi lite
inatanaholcomes t rearien tha
iir ge t napplatum of studher, be.
DIL JOHNSOPPiI ,INATINORATINO =NOY NOR OR;
I By this great. anfirellertent , reedefii. i l flmninNwili , Ulf
°V afq gir di lY A:O4U= an d restored,
=thaws r Atie ott ne and debilitatiai is
It u ig lost ari hope, have been lotmedialely relleeire dit
Impediments to liarriag4ysieal or AWN) Dkaphoifir
tiger I'Ll Tfl 3l 4* ,TfeakoseinAl . litgilltua!Yes , or
Or lxilt• t . e.4l l 4 lghl . d ' :, 611114 •1 ~ I
- 'TO allagialta. , ' .' .
! The many thonshadi eared et this Instiutirri Within Ws'
last Waive yews, anti the kumarowhaportant.inurgks,
bperations performed by Dr. J'., witnessed by gave,
porters of the papers, and•many pilterpersons h wikewsi
it sil d
ori t have argasksd again and ag ain beiliire we pribuo,
hie Weir*/ GE d paritsmna 4 donkey sO4 p..
.I , l l leMaoaknuarlultrie to the edlieted.-. ', ‘
Lirh. g p " . " :..,
OF= Clit —When the itriarlinen
de he bas imbibed
the seeds el this *nerd ' it tweeter' happens dud
in DWI* Kuno 9f theme 4 0 etdimooltrnieloill
hiM Mom hpplying M.llOBO aonteduossen agd , ie.
apeetability eau Wolin betrise.4 delaying till the eon •
siitlilional sYn4 B of ... 1111 1 . 1 rri disease make Welt
P. . ,
W 01= oil AIM rjl e i ni ll itin 11 1 11 1
period to his dapuguthulevowAysemyvt pint to "um'
bourne from wham* no la , :..Wft robirtm... , It hi a mel-
Oaoly IlLoi that thousands tail ekilints to Una terrible
Ifieue, twin to the innadifid.ww or Ignorant pretest
41n, who, by Mom. Se dutt-dertgly4.....,
rho constitution and mane the !edam o f tir e miser a b l e, . -
To Bratiorts.—Tho Dodorhi Dll4llo teo4 102
i ll tr Letters itiost iioatabi Iniusip tom blithe reply, ;
jfirllemedles sent byibra. c!i
ffir*N7o o o4irmoo/410; 1 *NEW 1 0 10 Mi,„1 ,
APrP - 4 047
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t A M-AIsTrU•A v• •
MILITARY;SURG.E R Y.
men 'ON rga t ioc,44sp*.` ,
told, Oamp r aiiii Praaiee
s_ 011088; 111L.c. . ; ;,
ritilasecta, ay BUM= AI UM JUDi
For We at W 4400
may ' .; ,
gleintrilkitkiazteiiilClieitta;;TeizzuresO i leael
ONETSBA do Bronzed do
=IBIIISTABIS,' DlAUllerifTlik ido
Cue, 12 Inch.
IINISR4 h dos: i ißeikin Bound Double Bale.
'+: °4110,6R 7 91 =e i;.i
, ! ;
xI4I.XpW4IIM;NE, Pra -
JOHN WALIZAVERi tia
tiffIit*L . fORANWING
'La 44 I t • a 1,1 , '
.‘qPti l X l4 4 1 0 R c i
1 110 61515 . AND idiPakeit ii.ll r ip t omptiy
1 1 11Uhihertotreedbi,Pethypetpbeeeejl lge/I-theta
Central, demberleite Vaillieyeadottegirtit a ia Ratiteerte
ogl3Talift oft> igLitleVe , te end h4reet , itiViiitie et the
iStgleitiotililkeiiitiliallmeirtitipote ea 405311 Ili I they
Very lowed rates..
TAMlLlfiremovieg wilVhe itrO4pkty weeded to.
LAVat'atautir turopeatt oi at tee *tote
gill , Ptiooatedatteatiott. (too
iftweeetailt frehrat eeelmethatlr fehOtatd. •
• •Jorm w#4otootte ..„ o .wla
apt . ' ' Reeding Repot.
trittnit AN - 10. \Obi)
002 it, tfttii.l sicif i g„iiLVain TO SOI2
ALSO, LOOO3l P 0876 .41V1.4 GIISSINCTI RAILS OM
rti oRD'Oe. '
•• , •
- ALBo,3loltit AND SAN& 60760,N0
=P 1l . I
Impur• of tie subscriber et hie residence oath* Ridge.
Jo k poidte the Moiling kaglit"ti - Hoese, - hr rit th
Vaal, earner of Second . awe t ttriatd strew, West !far, t
iiaburg. pit 727.4 0 D. spout.
lIEDATOTION, IN-PitIOES I
lIIRINON4 Plain sod Fields& ..
OMIEUIPIAS, PLO sod rigors&
ALL WOOL DKLAlalltraAtylos 114 Quality.
11300A J LOWIEWEit 4 dillreeent Woes' .
Tb psi nan the abilft Goods, on geatngoatioo,Leatiii.
ibond ."tower bah aver," at . •
' ' 'CA Oleatri'A, ,
Next' door to the Harrlehneo exit .
, , LlttE Y,OII.ISALN: ;.`•
i‘HE lINCLEMIGNED having embarked!
LIR hho LUIP AUSWEIAIa PrePttnal o t ur4pt¢
au, ,boot a,rtiola at shoo not toe, aau at the to d eft pikes
remit. Eta 61111(11o' Rafe , taVitt COlitoib , 'aitd hoto
+Bunn at home. , - • • -
gor9lik4Bm . . , PETER ORENBIBCI.
cakisic.p . 0011,•.k BAR(.4aili
, 0 eleee, , upi.:the , tioneern • the entire;
stook , oftSIEUX4SOWS, duh,4atti ;or •Oliver Be 1.
ut, decial444 WWII Moms Jo U" Margia ftuara, grin
, e sold eiltriit 0031"; and the limns whi Ibu
e itaid to pitrigisiiir i . *deeVed; The Ibrmi rad!' b e
DAII I I. iii)AA Agent. •
gaseto.vAL..., ..• t
rfird..*olßitlitlßEltilvtotildrea r iectitill 7
inlorm Wu publa that he Wei remirici!ed WA! pNihf b. ,
mg iindibuadlog-ilatutiont. to Nu. 2 2 Sou tit
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the eYetent of tiOverenictat atiffof-Obuniry," WM/1W( the
text;of the f)onstitetion of the United:Wm, and Mellish i
entuttonal polittiona'nf the several States, witb their
anteairng 'and.Wnarnorkai; as determined by judicial au
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A Battle in. Missouri.
REPORT&D-DILiTIPOF GEN. LYON.
REITWAH LOSS OW BOTH SIDES.
I , . ar. Louis, Aug. :
Rumors aro =rent on, the street on which,
'some reliance is placed theta-m.l6one' command
luis been totally routed by the rebels. , flen.
t.yons is reported killed and Gen. Mogi* la full
etreat with.ths remnant of Federal troops. This
information la said, to have been. received by the
Leo :agonies last evening.
The messenger who brought the news is said
to have killed Sour horses between Springfield
11.11(tRolla, in hie baste to outstrip the govern
nent messenger. .
It is also reported that Gen. Fremont received
itdispatches about midnight corroborating the
itbove, but their contents have not been divulg-
Great anxiety is felt by Union men here, and
ost serious apprehensions indulged in for the
: fety of our army. , The arrival of the train
night will probably bring something reliable.
WASKINGTON, July 13.
The War Department to-day received a dis
patch frOM Major General Fremont, saying
among other things that General Lyons' aid
i.eports an engagement with a severe loss on
l:path sides, add that General Lyons was killed.
leneral Siegel in command was retiring in good
ider from Springfield towards Rolla.
MPORTANT!, NEWS; faOM:(HE:',eOfOMA(
A MINISTER AOTINGAS A 1301iTHERN SPY.
!hare of a Boatand'ple !teheli tO
ew Order from the Treaual De-
FAULKNER: . 31:11J, IN
he Rebels at Richmond' Atvaiting
IA Regiment, Organized for him to
Wmarrsoros, Augk 13.
J. Lathrop Motley recently appointed Minis
ter to Austria will 'at once repair to. Vienna.
All the important Contmlar positions are now
o.lled, and it iSbelived there is ,no' longer any
representative of the goveuuneut abroad who is
Slot its loyal friend and supporter.
IThe President' to-day appointed Col. Hunter,
'ho commanded a column in the late engage
ea to be a Major General;-and Major Stone
)nan, of Cairttlry ; W. F. Smith, of topographi
cal Corps, and H. W. Benham, of Engineers to
tre Brigadier Generals of volunteer, forces:
The Pototriac flotilla is still'ictively employ-
Capt. Craven, on board the'Yankee, informs
size Department that he'will report in person
e circumstances attending the capture of ten
On the evening of the 11th inst. a negro
came on board and mentioned' the name of an
individual who has bea'exceedingly active in
inventing supplies for the rebels including
arms, ammunition and men, and sending them
In boats froiiiHerring Cieek over into Virginia.
tie further mid that this agent had assistants
in forwarding recruits to various landings, and
that at Herring Creek there was a minister act;
big as a Southern spy.
Capt. Budd, of the Reeolu%, it appease,
broke up the depot at Herring Creek,
I In going to the creek he was fired at- with
tuussets. He landed, however, and destroyed
the premises and captured a large boat • He
found there a party of secessionists' rom Mary
land, sheltering hi a house, •but they soon es-
Coped into the woods. Capt. Budd' nd a pest,'
awed them for a mile, but owingto their so
erior fleetness they soon got beyond' the reach
f him. , ' • • -
'The captain took contrabands of Col. Brown
ne t was am th reionii e reee ts iV ;
o e f r
osu and rae 7 his n t ri or b b u pe to rty r of be rm ing p:
f or these purposes; is confisbateil. The
reman of the cootrabands, it is OW, a re-,
markably intelligent fellow, Inforined Captain
1;00d that an , expedition isOrgardxed in Macbo-'
;tie, Virginia, to captrire any 'of the schoceera
whichmay midi& or be calmed in that vicini
ty. Captain Craven sayi on' the shore of the
Potomac not one hi tviinty Of the inhabitants
a true Union 'Man, and some times think:
431'e-allf iii6:l3 o tundietis of thou organized•ini
4 conipanieli,..andpithaia 7 4iidioes;1 06 1 111 ted:
ict'afp*allhe 60-44iitikent at 'aly riiBjiieni
fiVheTioituniejoitutehtiS absiit I,4aeati`,
announcing that no creditor ititilit it'
THE OFFICIAL REPORT
itsam tinting film
Having procured Steam Power Preen% we are prepar
ed to execute JOB add Rt ell PRINTING awry d
Con. cheaper than it me b r done et soy other ell=
mot In the country. • -
R.‘ i BB of' ATIVERTNING.
syr our Imre or lent eonetituteOue half square. NW
Mee or more tban four constilue a aquae.
ll.if -quern, one day $0 25
one week 1 00
eon mouth 2 00
three .... •-•••• • • • 3 33
• arab year
One tipare, one &ty
• ceto ante_
• Litt moo the
A nir Business notices Ingerled in the Local Cbhonn, or
before nudges and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER was for
each Insertion. . .
der Mantes and Deaths to be clutited regnku. ad
claim, due at a former date, must be compelled
to take Treasury notes. They will , be paid in
gold if gold is demanded, but, such claimant s must have their claims deferred a brief period.
The order at the same time will caution peo
ple not to submit to any discount on 'Treasury
Ex-Minister Faulkner is still in jail whish Is
strictly udder the military guard. He eWd
probably be removed to the more corairS'6le
quarterd of the Provost Marshal. It iii.tlieved
by the Government that he has been holding
correspondence with the enemy through the
Southern Commissioners at Paris, and that a
inetnent at Richmond is waiting for hittillo
take command of it against the United States;
besides' something linie retaliation may be in ,
tended in` view of the fact that McGia* ind
Fredis, who went l to Manassas on an errand Of
mercy, while declaring themselves neutral Weis
seized and thrown into prison.
The Navy Department ever Mow the 3d of
March last biurbeen•unable to hearfrom
Roger Perry to whom it has repeatedly addreea
led orders. He seems to be mystedonsly among
Capt, Meager. and Lientenant-Oolonel Nugent
of the New York Sixty-ninth, are bete, urging
,the government to make an exchange of , psis-4
opera with the rebels,
There are no new developments in • the awe
of the arrest of Hoe. O. J. Faulkner He i eV
plied on Saturday, before his arrest, for a. pass
to go into Virginia.
The War Department today accepted an in,
dependent company of infantry, frdm Philadel4
phia, commanded by Captain 0. H.• T. Collis;
each man having seen service. • •
The company number 100. General , Baths
specially recommended their acceptance.
A lady who arrived here from Richmond via
Lonboville states•that workmen are engaged at
Richmond making Willa for the conveyance ,of
, water to Manages. ,
FROM FORTRESS MONROF
RELEASE OF PRISONERS BY TU
'Our Wounded Well Cared For
The event of taday hes been the antra a*
flag . ' , of.truee' from Norfolk, with 22 relearied
'prisoners of war. They comprise the following
Stigeonis • Edward F. Taylor df the Itnit NeW
Jerk)). volunteers; Jacob' A. Stewart; that Mhi-•
newts; Eugene Penquet, 71stNe*Yorkjilkistw
Swift, eighth New York; 81.:C. Thizikeneefouktit
;Mains; B. F. Buckstare, fifth ilihine;'W.J Ali
ien, second Maine; James M." Lewis, "seteWid
Wisconsin; Gustave3Winiton, eighth Nth;IMO
Chas. Degraw,•eighth New Yolk; •` Nenniil
!seventy-ninth New York." Thew sargeene:kaa
=tined at Sudley church and the stone.beilding ,
after the battle, attending to the wounded, and;
were taken prisoners. • '• , • • •
They remained some time at Bull Ben and.
others at Manassas Junction attending , lupod
the wounded for two weeks after the battle, and ,
then were sent to • Richmond. Finally , !they ,
were released on •parole and isent within OW
lines via Norfolk. , They have been:courtsoasly ,
and kindly treated by the military anthoritiest
of the Confederate States, and give a most nw.4
qualified denial to all the stories of, the killing
or ill-treatment of the wounded.
Mrs. Custis, of New York, who Wrint li tek a
day or two after the battle and Wes `iiit t eli
soner is also released. • ' .-'c° •d•
The following men of different' regiraditti
were released and sent home for their kind treat-'
ment on the field of battle to Col. Gardner 'Of
Georgia, and the wounded soldiers :• Isalek ' *.•
Richardson, Ist Rhode Island regiment 'Wet ,
son A. Mallory, 38th New Ydrk - ; James telt
pea, 69th New York ; James "ColFinger,' 2d'
Rhode Island ; James H. Eldridge, do ; James
fil'Carty, Ist Connecticut; Frederick Holmes, "
do.; W. C. Sprague, 2d Connectica. • • '
THE PIRATE SUMTER
• Nsw Trona, Aug.
; The brig Foam, from aIIISCOB, Tumid
the pirate steamer Sumter arrived there on~tq
17th ult., and was allowed by the lanvelinur 16
coal up and report against the protest the
United States consul She left 9ii iiin v 2fthnit
iler crew had liberty on shore during her de•
tention and committed many outrages.
ExPuLsroN OF .roDa CATRON FROM
Rowans, Tenn., Aug. 18:
Judge Capron, of'the United States Supridifil
Court; has been' expelled from this city by 121141
vigilince committee for refusing to reale thit
Judgship. 'He recently arrived here and *been - "
obliged leave his wife here on amkniterit
As Ricirmox.—We underettuid, we% -
13oiton Trasekr, that a diutt for the anti' Of'
$& bOO has been received in
_this 'att.; whit&
few days, from a firm in Charledtt, 'S. V: 'tor'
to purchase new goods, but in : 14010e l'aiu
old' debt. ' Another remarkable eW`i
. 1 0, that the letter instaml L of beinena 0140
boasting about . "fighting . to the last &ORO'
the bloody Iniradett of the North," does 'Opt
mention the War at all.
Wan ITKIII3.—A battalion b =arid tika#4 . "
regiment-say two or four coMpanlei4addla .
amimanded by a major: A regiment ;la iliuzi-
Ikkaad pf tan companies, and IL commended by,.
a 6gotiel - ; ' - t, hAs oto• a lieutenant 0064, - iFitv .
&Al* AI ols compoaed dttro or nolo,
"3gandllff by litilliaool.llt-.
1 i ird k fl is oon nitf of tYSSIII2
y a Major gen