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DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE
KEEPERS AND 'CONSUMERS,
We, are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, suds
would respectfully call your atention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS dr PAINTS,
lllls, varnishes and Glues,
DyeAtuffa, Glaas and Putty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pure Ground Spleen,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
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PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
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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,
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dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
JONES AND WHITES'S PORCIELARI TEETH,
PATENT MEDICINES 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
!MAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL OIL! CARBON OIL I I
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
ose of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
Hier superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
g )od condition.
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing qnamity 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 famish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal 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, tá
merit a continuance of the a discrim
IN tititsDit ki-ritiotaP
HAli discovered !he roost certain , speed ,
and effectual remedy in the world for
OISEASM OF IMPRUDENCE
1111.110 IN OLT TO TWOLVI HMSO
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs
Sar - A CORI WARRANTED, OR NO CHARON, IN nor us, I
Wtaknees of the Back or Limbs, disleterea, Palen a
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Madder, Organs
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physic Poa
era, Dyspepsia, tongnor, LowSpirita, Confusion o; leak,
reit tuition of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimmer
of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affection'
of the Head, Throat, NC/313 or Skin—those terrible dh,or
dere arising from the Indiscretion or Solitary Habits ei
Youth—those dreadful and destructive practises which
produce constitutional debility, render marriage impoe
sible, and destroy both body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims.,
editary Vico, that dreadful and destructive habit Curt
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands
young men of the most exalted talent and brilliant tutel
led, who might otherwise have entranced lisianin
Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ec
tasy the living lyre, may call wit h full confidence.
altarlecipersons, or those contemplating marriage, be
log aware,of physical weakness, should Immediately coo
stilt Dr. J. and be restored to whey:lean.
halitetrialely mrreirdektfult eigetr„mstored.
He who places himself under the cart Of Dr. J. w
religiously confide in his honor as &gentleman, and eon.
fidently rely upon his skill as a phytolan.
Ara-Oifice No, T South Froderkk street, Dalliance,
Md., on the left band side going from Baltimore street,
doors from the corner. BB particular In observing the
same or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par
Bottler for Ignorant, rrifting *win, with false names,
or Paltry Humbug Certjficates, attracted by the repute
don of Dr. Johnson, lurk near.
All letters must contain a Postage Stamp, tonne on tin
reply. . .
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Burgeou.,
London, graduate from one or the meet eminent College.
of the United State, and the greatest part of whose lilt
has been spent in the Hospitals of Loudon, Paris, Phila
delphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
tonishing cures that were ever known. Many troubled
with ringing In the ears and head when asleep, great eer•
volumene, being alarmed at sudden sound s, bashruleme,
with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derail g c
meet of mind wore cured immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. ...dresses all those who having injured them
Selves pr.vi.te and inirroper indulgenclos, that seer,'
sad solitary which ruins both body and mini, an
dtting them for either bliftinessor society.
Thee, are some of the sad and melancholy 0.1 is pri
dtmea by early habits of youth, via: Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, rains to the Read, Dimness of igb',
Leas or Musentar Power, Palpitation of the Haan, Dyr
peps's, Nervous irritability Derangement of the Digestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Coosump
non, dfn. . .
MIXTALLT, the !barrel effects on the mind are moon to
be dreaded :—lpse of Memory, Confusion AM Ideas, De
pression of.apirite, SyU Forebodings, Aversion toofecee
ty, Belt-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, age., are soot,
of the evil dhoti.
Thousands of persona of al/ aged, can now Judge what
ut the cause of their decline in health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emulated, have a
singular appearance about the eyes, cough, and eymp•
me of consumption.
who have Injured theonlielves by a certain practice, In
Jutted In when alone—a habit frequently learned from
Jompanions, or at sehool, the effects of which are
sightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cored; renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and hod'',
should apply Immediately,
What a pity that a young man, the hope of roue.
try, the darling of Itin manta, should be snatched from,
all prospects and enjoyments o f tuft by the consequences
of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in
certain secret habit. Su lb persona must, before miters
street that a sound mind and body are the moat necessary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, the journey through life beeomes a weary
pilgrimage the prospect hourly darkens to the view; Um
mind bottoms shadowed with Memoir, and lined with the
melancholy reflection that the happiness of another
comes blighted with oar own
DR. JORNSONII INVIdoRATiNO Milli= FOR oR:
By this great and important remedy, Weakness of the
( nine are speedily oared, and MU vigor restored.
rhoMands of the most nervous and debilitated wha
bad lost all hope, have been immediately relieved. All
impedinumis to Marriage, Physical or Mental (Sawmill!.
Atkin, Nervous, Trembling, Weakness or Exhaustion or
the most fearful kind, speedily owed.
The many thousands cured at this Inatlutlon within the
last twelve years, and the numerous Important Sur al
operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed by the a
porters of the papers, and many other persons, cud of
which have appeared again and again before We public,
besides his etandisp as a peretkutan of character and re•
spostilitsly, is a min:dent guarantee to the afflicted.
task* •os OF 111PRUDENOE.—When the misguided
and Imprudent votary of pleasure finds he has imbibed
the seeds of this painful due-m., it tee often happens that
an illtimed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters
him from applying to those who o,n 7m education and re•
spectability can alone befriend delaying till the eon •
Windom! symptoms of this horri disease make tutu?
appearance, affecting the head, throat, nese, skin, min i
progressing on with Ilightftti rapidity, ull death puts a
to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to "test
from whence so traveler returns . ' It Is a mei
tncholy fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible
demean, owing to the unskilfulness of Ignorant pretend
ers, who, by the use of that deadly pause, mercury, mil
the constitution and make the residue suite miserable.
To tles.imass.—The Doctor's Diplomas Mum In Ms
yorLeuere must ambito a Stamp to me on the reply
ifiritemedlee seat by Malt
IlfirNo. T Booth Frederic& street, Baltimore.
FOR RENT.—The large brink dwelling
house now occupied by David Mumma Jr. Esq., on
Third street near Market, with an office suitable for an
attorney. Possession given drat of October next. En
quire at the Prothonotary's office. Wm. itirramu..
FOR SALE.—One of the best business
stands in the city on reasonable terms, or leased
for three or five years situated m Market street between
Fourth and Filth. Muslin* on the premises of
.1) 9412 m DeN.T.II,I LIZEDY.
ABUILDING LOT, situate in West Har
risburg, fronting on Bro.letrout 20 feet, and run
ning back 161 feet, more or less, to s2O foot alley, ad•
lowing on ono side the property of Mr. illumPasUne,
For partiottlara enquire of "'KIM:RICK seasersk•
may 8, l&il. my 9
CRAB CIDER! I I—Strietly pure, spark
Ong and avreei , --bila received a alver Medal or Di
le b y at every EWA agricultural bar Mote 18b6.. For
iell-d WM. DOCK &
pROM One to Five Hundred Dollarsworth or CITY BON Enquire of
"41. 9 ittoolhgeoond ,that.
y6 WM.:OO r IE Mils -
`INDEPE.NDENT IN ALL THINGS--NEUTRAL IN NON E
HARRISBURG, PA.. SATURDAY - AFTERNOON, AUGUST 24, 1861
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
i.:4 0, 5 its name indicates, for while pleas
ant to the taste, it is revivifying, exhilarating and
strengthening to the vital powers. It also revtvifiet, re •,
inkataa and renews the olood in all its ori, lasi purity
and thus restoretond renders the semen invuloent.tm
to shanks of dist:tse It la the only preparation ever .
offered to the world in a popular tom to as to be within
the reach of all.
. . .
So culmically and skillfully combined, as to the most
potteritil tonic, end yet so perfectly adapted no as TO ACT
LY PIRFcCT ACCORDANCs WWII TEM LAWS OF NATURE, AND
ROCS Moms sea witansar Walk= and tone up Nye ui
geslive myna and allay al nuridall irritallell. It to also
perfectly ex miarittng in It effects, and yet It is never
followed by lessude r deprmelon of spirits M Com
posed entirely of vegetables, and those thoreugly coat,
bluing powerful tonic and soothing properties, and con.
quebtly can never Inlure. As a sure preventive and
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DYE
PEMIA, LOSS OF APPETIT.% FAINTNESS, NER
VOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, FALPITA-.
CON OF THE HEAR r, MELANCHOLY, HYPO-
CHONDRIA, NIGHT SWEATS, LANGUOR,
GIDDIOESS, AND ALL THAT OLAI-8
CASM SO FEARFULLY I"AT&L QALL
FEMALE WEAKNEsS, Arii.
Also, L .1, 4 ,r; Der smite or Torpidity, and Liver oem.
plaints. Dr e Kidney, or any general derange.
went IT the Urinary organs
11 will not only care the debility foil )wing CHILI. 3 and
FEVER, but all prevent attacks arising from illasmatio
influences, and cure the diseases at once, if already at:
Travelers should have a bottle with them, u it will
infallibly preveir deleterious COLIBCIOIOIICOi follow;
ing upon °bang° !mate acid water.
As It prevents tiYensas, strengthens the digestive
organs, it should WIT the hands of all persods of Baden.
tary habits, 'f!'•• . .
Ladies not acondliMed to much out-door exercise
ehould alwaye use it
Mothers should nse It, far it is a perfect relief, taken
A month or two before the final slat, she will pass the
dreadful period with p,rfect ease and safety.
MOM 18 NO JIIIIMIES £BJUT It.
THE OORD*AL IS ALL WE CLAIM FOB IT I I I
Mothers Vey It I
And to you We appeal; to detect the Mutest Or dentine
not only of your duugters before kbe too tato, but also
your sons aid husbands, for while the former from false
delicacy, often go down to a prom ituro grave, rattier
thin let their condition be known In time, the latter are
often so mixed up witu the excitement of business, that
if it were not for you, they too, wo,ild travel iD the rave
downward path, until it is too,htte to arrest their fatal
fall. But the mother Is alWays vigiiant, and to you we
confidently appeal ; for we are sure your newer -falling
affection will unerringly point you to PROF. WOOD%
RWTORATIVD 001tDiaL AND BLOOD RICSuPeT'JR
the remedy which should always be on hand in time of
u. J. WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway, New York, and
114 Market Street, 14. Louis, Mo., and sold by all good
Druggi.fo. Price One 1 o fart or:Bottle.
~; 1~ .. `
a. ost...funned Nune'and Ffunalef %pilau; presents to
%he atiemilon or mothers h... ,
SOOTHING 8 YRUP,
For Children . Teething r
winch greatly facilitates the of by stet
aping *ls aunia,redgeing allln9sm tion—ivlll lay All
PAIN, and spasmodic aalion,and Is .
SURE TO BEGOLATBJHB 130WKLE.
Lapsed upon It, mothers, tt wallies. net to - yourseteso
AND, Raw AND MUM IN) TOMS INFANTA
We have put op and sold thla article for aver tea,
years, end nay /AT, of coormmtos Atm inirrn; 'What' ere
have never been able to my of Stay Mheeniectionat
•Njetlat IT HAS ratuw, IN AHINOIdI VEITANIX 0
NrlrteCT . A CORE, when timely used, Nemee 41, d :
Owe an instance of ddhutitafeetion by amy one, newt
It.` tin the eentrary,' all ere delighted with 'Neter"
"terns Rona, end epeak In Le of highest oonunanda let
its Oltiglra I • effects end medical wirtuak,Wwepeakith
OM mutter "we4he we DO arrow ,; der tetylware• expo
fleece, min ' twine. one nernie won rat, Ml
or wa rn WI 'ansut DDCILbti. • Ihr Minna bwer•S
whey the talbAt Is mdtbringtrote Palo and Game
lief will be found to Mean or twenty !abides , nit? i
amp is administered ,
This valuable preparadoo Ii th i t i Mr , tpliet . of eke
ot the moat SIP :MOWED end B la
New England, and by been need whin wieves "
Moms to , ,
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It not only relieves the child frmn Fein,' but my*
orates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, she
tonenstantly and ener
relievegy to the whole systems. It will of
GRIPING IN WS BOWELS, AND WIND. C 01.20,:,
nd overcome oonvalsions, wide& If dot Olen& realm-
Meal, end lo death. WO believe It thoumtwiliD it
nanitin in WI wORLD, in all oases of IirdaNTIRY AND
MARA.. Zit IN Ogfr.DBEN, !whether , It Mime trbso
teethisji'or WWI any other cause. Wi3 MOUld' say: to
every mother who has a child ernifewing . from any et the
foregoing oontplaintet—rso. Not mew roue raxmonass, Nor
au rampant,. or arm; ataad betweenlyp skp4 into
muttering child and the rellel that will be S U A
SOLUTILY DORS—to IbUow the nee of thli raedlolhe
it timely wed. Full directional lbr ming will aooommyny
each bottle. None genuine unless !
ou t side -in of
COATIS I tittU.Ns,New York, is on th irapaer,
Sold by uggisie throughout tbe'Werld ,
linotpal • nee, No. NI Cedar St., Netrifora.
Price eniv 25 Cents tier:ik4ll•••
..- - For gale ,a Harrisburg by D. W. Groom 4.00., /to
19 Market stroet.„ J. Martha Luis, Mo. 25111farket Area; 0
H. Ito Dar, No. 91 Market stroot„bighnir Frmtb sad gi, or
, . 1
MOos, 128 Make ! sing
a owee -4.1.
1861. 3D OPENING 3D OPENING 186 L
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
The quality of the goods for the prlee will be an ltidnee
meat to every one to ptwohase. '
The most deafrable goods of the season at a great atio.
CREPE D' PANG,
LAWNS and lAVELLAE
are among the lie
lIATHCAST h AMER.
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
The largeetameekof the very Neat make to be found
at GaTHCLET d,
ext door to the ffeariebarg Bank.
Parasols, San Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty-eve per cent lower than can be panthaused
inewhere in the city. .
CaTHOIRE 8 HitOTlgit.
So. 14, kfarket. Squire,
to the Flarilabert /Mai.
VMPTY 'BARRELB.--t-two, ,a u edie4
.1.2,401 row, SNOW aad Wine
,Banxilerof sir at.
Senator Sherman on the Habeas
Senator Sherman writes a letter to the Cin
cinnati Gazettee, defining his position on the ha
heas corpus question. He says :
7 Senator Wilson's resolution declared that
'the President's orders increasing the regular
army and suspending the writ of habeas corpus
were legal and valid ; in other words, were
among the powers delegated to the President
by the constitution. I never met any one who
claimed that the President could, by a procla
mation, increase the regular army. The legal
power to suspend the writ of habeas corpus has
been recently claimed for the President, but I
am convinced that by the plain meaning of the
Constitution, Congress alone must determine
cases in which, the public safety requires its
suspension. While I approved and justified
the acts of the President I could not say with
Senator Wilson that they Were strictly legal or
within his delegated powers. There are times
when our executive officer must anticipate the
action of Congress, but in such a case he as
sumes the hazard of a "Bill of Impeachment,"
or a "Bill of Idemnity." The President merely
assumed this hazard, and in the vacancy of
Congress wisely assumed a power not delegated
to him by the Constitution. Re places - his own
justification in his message on the ground of
public necessity, and on this ground his acts
have been approved, justified and legalized by
Congress. Very truly yours,
WHAT ma K. G. C.'s HAVE DoNE.—The Lou
isville Terurnal says :
In a stridknumber of the Clarksville Chroni
cle of the 2d inst., we find a communication
from King Bickley, Monarch of the knights of
the Golden Circle, to the Kentucky volunteers.
The King is dissatisfied with the conduct of
Tennessee. the King is indignant—nay, al
most wrathful. He rehearses the mighty things
he has done. He says he has furnished nearly
four thousand troops from Kentucky for the
Confederate army, and he adds, 'I desire to
have them held in a proper position.'
He says 'the regiment furnished Col. Blanton
DtgLos-.n was composed of my best friends ;'
NNE. which it appears that Col. Duncan had
nothing to de with raising whit he called his
regiment, it being furnished to him by the
King. He now tells the Kentucky volunteers
that they have not been fairly used by the
State of Tennessee, and that he is determined
to post his friends in Kentucky upon the sub
We do not think it necessary to state the
character and grievances of his Royal High
ness. It is enough to give the conclusion he
has arrived at. Ile says :
could only refuse to proceed further and
order my men home and disband them, which
was promptly done, and now I beg to say to all
Kentuckians intended for our service, that 1
shall take no steps *outside of the State except
on the order of kreerdent Davis, or Secretary of
War, L.' Pope Walker. I have impoverished
myself in this cause, and yet only ask to be
treated fairly. I have furnished to the South
ern army over 3,800 men, who are now inactive
service, and think I should have my men treat
ed with at least ordinary kindness. We came
not as strangers, but as friends, and demanded
only good faith from our superiors in authority.
We have not received it." .
Now, is it possible that 3,800 men in the
Confederate armies have been furnished by the
head of the Knights of the Golden Circle."
Tim Funnuouur READY TO Frown—The Bos
ton Advertiser of yesterday says : "We were
called upon yesterday by a. resident of Glouces
ter, anxious to learn what stepsshould be taken
to secure the acceptance of a fleet of fishing
schooners with crews from Cape Ann, to be
armed and sent to cruise against the privateers,
and especially to look into the ; sham& North
Carolina inlets. We are sorry not ttFbe able
to give the desired information. The hardy
fishermen are ready and eager for servielle.—
They are perfect sailors, fearle-kt fighters; aetiive
enterprising and brimfull of patriotism. The' ' 1
vessels are precisely what is wanted for the ser
vice, and when the strength is not enough they
cad make up a fleet sufficient for any enterprise.
Glincester alone can blockade North Carolina
etrectively, if the opportunity is given."
Tan Emus atm A BALLOON.—We find the
following in a Fortress Monroe letter :—A negro,
who escaped from Sewall's Point, gives an
amusing account of things there at the recent
balloon ascension by La Mountain, when he
hung in air directly over the rebel batteries and
camps. They looked up to it with a profuse
use of profanity, if Sambo is to be believed, and
their rage amounted to a perfect frenzy. They
thought seriously for a time of trying some of
their longest rage rifles upon it, but finally con
cluded that his altitude was so great that the at
tempt would only result in a failure. Nothing
else has occurred during the whole campaign
which has so much enraged them. The balloon
was let up, attached to a long rope from a steam
tug in the river.
CONDITION or Menassas.—Manassas is, on the
whole, at present, one of the most stinking
spots on the face of the globe. The only wretch
ed hotel which was there has been closed.—
What is called the guard house consists of an
open shed in the street, where the prisoners are
compelled to remain, exposed to the elements,
until they are removed to Richmond. With
the exception of Jeff. Davis, during his visit at
Manassas, and `a
_few of the Generals, the officers
all have to sleep on the floor, and the head
quarters of Beauregard, recently removed to
Mr. Ware's house, resemble a dilapidated pig
stye on a large scale. Mammas, however, will
continue to be the great focus of the Virginian
WAX= sr TEM WRONG Passenger.—A pur
chaser of boots and' Shoes, from Lexington, Ky.,
who is new in Boston reports that in one store
here, a doglifaced salesman, not knowing the
strong Union sentiments of his customer, re
marked that "he had rather be under the rule
of Jeff. Davis than Abe Lincoln." This senti
ment elicited a scorching rebuke from the
Southern merchant, who left the establishment
in disgust, saying he had fought disunionistsin
Kentucky, and should not patronize them in
Lamm Laurin RArr.—An immense raft of
lumber has been floated down the lakes to the
Welland Canal. It is waned at $63,000 at the
Welland Caial, and at Quebec will be worth
from $75 000 to $BO,OOO. It is 1,500 feet long
by 66 - wide; and edlikrins 130,000 cubic feet of
sqtare flintier: r is the Nokivafoifired pine;
-and owned bylkEr. J. Cairraton,",of - Toronto.--
From Quebec it irk:to ohippol to. Livemxii.
BY TELRI '1
FROM T OUR MORNING EDITION,
THE WAR IN MISSOURI,
MOVEMENT OF THE REB ELS.
OUTRAGES UPON UNION MEN
Six Thousand Union Men Obliged to
Abandon their Homes.
Roma, Mb., Aug. 23.
~.Accounts from Springfield state that from
6,000 to 10,000 of hfcCalloch's army had left
for the North. A small part of his force had
reached Lebanon, on the Rolla road, and are
engaged in making reprisals and committing
depredations on the Union men.
' About 700 of the exiles from Springfield have
joined Colonel Boyd's regiment. Not less than
6,000 Union men have been obliged to abandon
their homes in the south-west, leaving their
property at the mercy of the rebels. There is
much distress among these people, large num
bers paving neither money nor provisions.
The baggage train of the Federal army which
was brought from Springfield by Major Sturges
is said to be wurth $1,600,000.
The passage of the rebel army north will
enable our forces when they move back to
Springfield, to cut off its communication with
an opportunity for retreat to Arkansas and thus
completely enclose it in the western counties of
Seoession Reports from Virginia.
LEE EEPOItTno TO HAVE 81,000 uk
He Proposes to Whip Itosencrans
The leiuling secessiunorgan here, the &change,
has the following news :—" A gentleman lately
arrived from western Virginia, brings the intel
hgence that Gen. Lee was about eight miles
north of Gauley bridge, with a force of 87,000
men, and that men were flocking to him. lie
reports Gen. Wise as being eight miles off, with
9,000 men, and Gen. Loring as bells seven
miles off, with about 8,000 men in another di
"Mr. Jenkins, members of Congress, is rais
ing a brigade to join General Lee, and the
southern feeling is getting stronger daily, as
high up as Parkesburg.
"Ilosenerans was at Clarkesburg on Monday
last, and was very uneasy about his position".
"At Martinsburg the Virginians were collect
ing all the railroad material that could possibly
be used, and transporting it to Strasburg."
The Exchange also has the following :
"A gentleman who arrived from Perryville
(opposite Havre do Grace) yesterday, reports
that fourteen hundred army wagons are con
centrated athat point, and that preparations
have been made by the teamsters and others
accompanying them to wait further orders.
The men art) taciturn and mysterious as to their
THE TRAGEDY AT SEA.
STATEMENT OF THE CREW.
The bark Czarina, Capt. Bengt, late Cape
Dwyer, from Cronstadt, June 24th, has arrived.
The crew made the following statement in re
gard to the tragedy that occurred on board, of
which mention was made yesterday:—" July
30th at 3 o'clock, a. m., the mate, namedCrot
ter, killed Capt. Dwyer with a hatchet while the
latter was asleep in his berth; Crotter then pro
ceeded on deck and killed the second mate, Mr.
Hammett, of Boston, with the same instrument
and threw both of them overboard. The next
day Crotter shot the carpenter from the end of
the jib boom and he fell into the sea. He
next shot a seamen dead on the deck and Milo
wounded Alexis Trotopsy, a passenger in the
shoulder. He then rigged out a boat with a
mast, sail, provisions, etc., and attempted to
Are the bark, intending to leave in his boat.
But he was set upon by the crew and killed.
Ne cause can be assigned for these horrible acts
of Crotter. The crew say he was not crazy."
George Miles, of Petersburg, Va., and John
Garnett Guthrie, of Richmond, agents of to
bacco houses, who had been to Baltimore and
Philadelphia, and vrere in this city on a collect
ing tour, and obtained about $170,000, were ar
rested, and are now confined in Fort "Lafayette.
The latter by order of Secretary Seward. The
money received was principally in bonds, ac
ceptances, sight drafts and Virginia paper mo
ney. A large number of letters were found on
them addressed to persons at the South.
SEIZURE OF A VESSEL-SEE CLEW CON
The schooner Sarah Ann Rowe, recently par_
chased by John Douglass Mirredlees, ,of Wil
mington, N. C., 191 d.
Consul as the. Wr p . extlikur, of .1.4 7 v0rpc40074
had been bearded end elciffeaiglliti7.49iiii,
was seized as she was_ abortottfts fo.T Va.
mingten• Her e!M:nill be P944ootfd-r
BALTIMOILE, Aug. 23
BOSTON, Aug. 23
NEW Yoas., Aug. 23
NEW Youu, Aug. 23
Having procured Steam Power Preeee3, we are prepar
ed to execute JOB add WOK PRINTING of every qeserlp
doa, cheaper then t can be done at any other eatablish
meat In the country.
RA 1 NS OF ADVERTIMG
W lour lines or less constitute one•half square. Eight
lines or more than roar consttute a square.
Half square, one day
one month .. .... ..........
1.4 three months
4t MX months
41 One year. ........... .......
One • Pquare, one day
one week......... .......... 200
41 one month
three months 00
six months 10 00
one year ..... ......•..... .15 00
ar• Business notices inserted in the Local Column, or
before Hart - Iva and Deaths, FIVN CatiTS PER I.INS for
Sir Marriges and Deaths to be charged as rrgutar an
Important from Washington
RELEASE OF MR. BOTELER.
A Check upon the Baltimore Semis-
Rebel Batteries of the Maryland Side.
THE BALTIMORE TRAITORS
rMPORTANT ARR EST&
AFFAARS IN WESTERN VIRGINIA
WASHINGrox, Aug. 23
There is no news here of the passage of the
Potomac by either our forces or those of the re
bels, and in the present stage of water it does
not seem probable that either will attempt to
cross for a while.
Mr. Boetler, of Virginia, recently arrested,
has been released by order of General Banks.
Colonel Baker is raising a brigade of rive
Washington is very quiet, and the Beatrre
gard fever does not rage at all, as it lately did.
It is beginning to be believed that General Beau
regard is not the '`coming man."
'Poops are coming in steadily from the North.
Gen. Hunter has su far recovered from his
wound in the throat, received at Bull Bun, as
to be able to take command of his brigade,
consisting chiefly of Illinois troops. Gen.
Heintzelman's wound in the right arm, hereto
fore supposed to be nearly well, is giving him
trouble, and inflamation is feared.
The Baltimore papers are henceforth to be
prevented nom publishing news which may
Injure the government and promote the rebel
The Secessionists there are spending money
freely to circulate arguments in favor of peace
throughout the free States.
Rich Baltimoreans are engaged in the business,
The New York Day Book and News are support
ed by these men.
The report that the rebels have crossed the
Potomac, and that Johnston is approaching, are
simply sensation rumors, promulgated through
the columns of sensation papers.
The steamer Yankee came in, last evening,
and reported that eleven steamers and four cut
ters are at Acquia creek, and that everything
is quiet there.
The report that the rebels had erected bat
teries on the Maryland side, below Acquia
creek, is untrue.
It is said that since last Saturday the leading
rebels of Baltimore have been waiting up of
nights to receive the rebel army, many fearing
they would miss the sight If they went to sleep.
It was only last night that they reluctantly
c_ncluded the proposed coining had been post
poned on account of the weather.
Two passengers by the stage coach to Leon
ardstown, were arrested yesterday, by order of
General Porter. A close examination was Made
of the passengers and baggage, and the result
disclosed a quantity of correspondence designed
for the rebels in Virginia. Much of it was writ
ten in mysterious language, and none had the
signatures of the writers attached.
Intelligence from North-western Virginia
states that filen. Bosecrans Is in need of 14,000
more men. It is feared the rebel point of at
tack is Western Virginia. The rebels are re
ported entrenching themselves at a distance of
from fifteen to twenty miles, and with's force
variously estimated at from nine to •twenty
CAPTURE OF MORE REBEL PAPEIitS,
Weautuu%au, Aug. 23
About fifty copies of the New York Journal of
Commerce was seized by U. S. Marshal .Millward
this morning, at the Adams' Express Office.
The bundles of Daily New, consigned to the
agents, &c., in the South, were again taken
possession of. About two thousand copies of
the latter sheet were taken to the Marshal's
PURCHASE OF STEAM TUGS BY THE
Nsw YouK,•Aug. 23.
The steam tug Ceres, at this port, and a new
propellor at Norwich have been bought by the
ARRIVAL OF A CALIFORNIA STEAMER
Naw You Aug. 23.
The steamship North Star from. Aspiawall
with the California treasure has arrived,.
• City Property for Sale.,
ALARGE TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE
and lot of gonad, pleamotly located On EWA 'St.,
Mulberry street and Washington 'Avenue,
Also TWO LARGE PUNOS in good wanditioo,and of ez
cellexa tone. Appiy to ,
C. 0. ZlMujoitito ,
No. 28, South tolcdoti street
wHITE SU LP 8 UR SPRINGS 'HOTEL,
CARLISLE, Oumberisn enmity, ils.,—The pro.
printers take pleasure in announcing, that they ere now
prepared to recriVe visitors Persons deshibg a healthy
tastier' for the summer will lint this one of the mow de
11gbitulillatee In the country. The water of. Wale springs
cannot be surpasesstfor thinking; battling trot inedicuial
purposes. Per information and eltWoinen addreon
Wit H. BURROUGHS,
D. G. BURN E;
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rsvat u . *wad respectfully
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