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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
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UR . JOHNSUIT►
JI At discovered the most certain, speed)
I and effectual remedy In the world for
OISEASFS OF IMPRODENOII.
ULM IP MX 10 TWILVI 110058
No Mercury or Noxious Drug..
so-A trite WilannirriD, On no Casein, LP MON Ore r
Weakness 01 into Back Or nibs, Strictures, Paine is
he Loine, Affections of the kidneys and Bladder, Organ' ,
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physice Pow
are, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of dem,
raft itatioo or the Heart, Timidity, Trembling; Dimness
of Sight er Cilddinese, Disease of the Stomach, Affection.
of the Head, Throat, Nt se or Skin—those terrible diver
dire arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits a
Youth—those dreadful and destructive erecting; which
produce constitutional debility, render =Triage boom
Able, and destroy both body and mind.
Young Wien especially who have become the victims oi
solitary Tice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually sweeps to en untimely grave thousand. el
young men of the most exulted talent and brilliant intel
lect, who might otherwise have entranced listenine
donates with the thunders of oluonence, or waked to ec
Way the living lyre, may call with-fall confidence.
mulled persona, or those contemplating marriage, be
m aware of physical weakness, should Immediately coo
J„ and be restored to perfect health.
immediately oared and full eigor resioreeL
sr who places himself undo- the care of Dr, J. may
reioloutiy wade In his hones r, gentleman, and am,
Neatly rely upon bin kill as r i i..arolan.
Week° No. 7 -See& street, lialthnore, 1
ad., on the left band Milo finch -rom'Baltimore street, I
loom from the corner. Be particular to observiti,
me or number, or you will mlatake the plane. P. gar-,
War for Imserant, Trifler; Quack; with false Orman,
or Pen, Humbug ark/loafer, attracted by the repute':
no of Pr. Johnson, l urlt near
All lettere must contain s Postage Stamp, to use On the
It Johheon member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
onion graduritsfrom one of the meet eminent Colleges
if me United States, and the greatest part of whose life
son been sprint in dm Hoeg:dais of London, Parte, Piffle
.ielphia and elsewhere, hes effected moms of the most an
frisking tares that were ever known. Many troubled
with ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great Del ,
manna bear alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulneen,
snit NACell blushing, attended sometimes with derange.
mot of Mod were mired Immediately.
SANE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
tR reams all those who baying injured thorns
wirer I- r.dis and Improper Indulgenoles, Gull secret
and soMare obit which ruins both body and mind,, on
tag them for either busitiessor society.
Um Are some 01 the sad lad mehiuchoitat.lcta pro
auu to early habILS of youth, : Weekness of the
auk Ind limbs, Paine in- the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Lon of ileteular Power, Palpitation of Ma Mort, Dya
leihn, Memo: Irritability, Derangement oruie Digestive
Furtinua Several Debility, Symptoms off Imannmp,
dIIITALLY, the (aorta ME l Wean on the mind are mash to
treaded :—Losa of Memory, Oonftudon of Ideas Dc
prosion el Spirits, Evil ForebedingS, Aversion toiiocte•
ly, golf-Sistrust, Lora or Solitude, Thuldity,ke., are some
nth* eat effects.
Thousands of persons of all ogee, can now judge 1,13111
stem% of their decline to health, booing their vigor
becoming Walt, pale, nervous and emaciated, 'have t
&au appeorsose about the eye., cough, and IIYmP•
son have !inured themselves by a certain practice, 10 . 1
idfed in when alone --a habit flagrantly learned from. -
nil mmomions, or at Bawl, the effects of-which are
hpuly felt, even when asleep, and If not eared, render
Mniltge impoislble, and deetroys both mind and body,
rtmld agply immediately.
, la b. It Pity that a young man, the tropes 01 his noun. -
..,,ti• we darling CI hie parents, should be snatched Irom
''Aerta and ettioymenut on life by the eonaequenem .
dderating !rout the path of nature, and indulging Is a
omit tecrot habit niu dt persons must, before content:
OM Out a sound in. ad and body are the most necessary
NitSaes to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
whicat these, the lourney through life becomes a weary
Millings, the prospect hourly darkens to the view ; the
tmw l bnomee shadowed with despair, and filled with th
t"l4 tholf redaction that the happiness of another be.
cowes blighted wltb our owe
JouNKmeti INvitiotteare Rjldt3oY POE OR
d 1 tilt great anti important remedy, Weakness of the
qua are speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
ilhootande id the most nervous and debilitated wits
mhut all hope, have been immediately relieved. AS
ailmeme to Marriage Physical or Mental Ellegialill.
Ner v ous, Trembling, Weakness or Exhaustion or
cent fearful kind, Rae- dlly cured.
TO IP RANGERII.
Wt rte many thousande cured at this Initiation wig= the
twelve years, and the numerous Important anreca
'lathes performed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re.
Men of the tapers,and many other persona, notices of
rich have appeared again and again before the public,
kdo /de standing as a terideMen of characier aid re.
lhaccce, lea etwelent ituarantee to the Whetted.
.., 14 . , ESSES OF IMPLWDENCE.—Wh e n the misguided
Imprudent votary of pleasure node he has imbibed
t?t.. rrom l e d !! o f this painful &tease, ft toe often happens that
emed sense of shame or read of discovery deters
Mow , nt education and re.
l i v itablllty ran alone befriend him, delaying Ull the ow.
S tetlenal symptoms of this horrid disease make their
4 i 4 thuire, Mating the head, throat, nose , emu, ma.
Or tug on with frightful rapidity, till death Pisa
t it ' i brd to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to "that
14Toe from whence so traveler returns." It la a mat.
. 14, 4 fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible
acing to the unskilfulness of Ignorant pretend
, who. by the use of that deadly pr ig
flieretery, rule .
,e _ C onetittillon and make the residue of life Wearable.
nnt usess—res Doctor's Diplomas hang to hi ,
%Netter' must oatitaid a Stamp to ua on the reply.
t erjlemedies lent by hail.
• sr , v 3 . 7 'south elle:Wick street, alal'imwa•
ANOTHER NEW STOCK I
Backgammon Bo lLw4
Traveling Bag s ,
Purses, Wa ll ets,
CR,...0 . § .. 8 dr . BL A. l l . WELL'S Celebratect ands Toilet Eiottles,
lop i , l `:".°l-Sa. 5011e.33. PRESERVIP ,ko 810, A large dm of
ga general ass° ent , _
de fog sale tit
ttive,..,_!oe above, "'bracing every% va7iety,juit re. FANCIARTICT-38 " " VILE er O m egas ,
• - - • NioliOgraißaivitAZ a 's:,
It o 'uu• for Bala by
vam• BOOK, Jr*, eQC ( . 1 '' ' IiERGNER'S dtitlW'nooxsiroßE. .- . : ' ....~-• . „-,.-- 7-,
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tlii----13kiChoice Teas, Black and Green
la 3.c, g and I mad pekpers. for Bale at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S
.urger 'front mad Market stree t
it:lmes (It ttrautt &aransportatt,,
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
WINTER Tthi E TABL E.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND Arm
MONDAY JANUARY 27th, 1862
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart iron and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
THROUGH STPREPSI TRAM leave Harrisburg daily
at 810 a. m, and arrives at West Philadelphia at 7.40
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily, (except Sunday,)
at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 5.65 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 11.00
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Joy, waves
Harrisburg at 1.80 a. m., and• arrives at West 'Ulla.
delubla at 12.85 p. m.
ELARMISRIIRO ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colaai
bit, leaves Married:me at 2.00 1, in and arrives at W.at
Philadelphia it 7 20 p. m.
WESTVI . 4III).
THROUGH EXPREIM TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.80 p. m., Harrisburg at 3.06 a. In., Altoona 8.40, a.
in., and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.26 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m., and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 1.90 p. m. i leaves Htrrieb ,arg at 9.00
a. m., Altoona, 8,80 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at
9.30 p. M.
VAST LINE larvae Philadelphia at 11.26 a. In., Harris
burg 4.06 D. in., Altoona at 9.10 p, in., and arriving at
Pittsburg at 1.40 a. in.
HARAIBBIAG ACOOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Phil.
delpbla at 2.80 p. m., and arrives at Harrisborg at 8.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy,leaves
Lancaster at 11.38 a. in., arrives at Harrisburg at 1.30
The NEWS E:SPREES and PASSENGER TRAIN will leave
West Philadelphia at 4.00 a. in.; Lancaster 7.07 a. m. ;
Mount Joy at 7.43 a. ro. ' Middletown at 8.26 a. in., and
arrive at Harrisburg at 8.66 a. in., connecting with Mail
Train west, from Harrisburg, at 9.00 a. in.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. East, Div. Penna. Railroad.
Harrisburg, January 24, 1882 —dr: '
WINTER TIME ARRANGEMENT.
NM Alit MB ROUTE,
. I :
THESE TRAINS MILT TO NSW TORN,.
PKILA Do PHIA
vrrsotri diAtltti OF OARS
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NOVEM
BER 4,1861, the l'ainealler Trail's w il l lease the
Philadelplda and Reading Railroad Depot, at Harriaberg,
for New York sad Phllidelptda, as follows, els
81P8X313 MR leaves Harrisburg at 8.80 s. m., on ar
rival of Pennsylviuda Railroad Rawest' Train from the
West, arriving in New York at 11.6 a. m. and at Phila
delphia at 9.00 .m. A sleeping oar is 11attached to the
train'through from Pittsburg without change. '
MAIL TRAIN , legato Harrisburg at 8 a. m., arriving
In New Yorke. 5.80 p. m., and Philadelphia at 1.26 p. m.
LINE leaves Harrisburg at 1.40 p. m., on arrival
of Pennsvlvarda Railroad last Mall, arriving In New
York at 9.50 p. m., and Philadelphia at 8.40 p. m.
VAST LIN*. loaves New York at ` e a. in., and Philaile
pis% at 8 a .
_l2. arriving at Harrisburg at 1 p. in.
IILBII. , TRAIN leaves New York at 11.00 noon, and Phil..
ade m lp . hia at & 15 p. in., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.10
IMPRIMIS LINE leaves New York at 8 p. m. arri
ving at Harrisburg at, 8.10 a.. nt., and canneeting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsbnrg. A sleeping
oar is also attached to this train .
0011111113i10113 are made at Harrisburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Mmberiand Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkeebarre, Allentown, Fasten, Atc.
Wenliege checked through. Fare between New York
and Harrisburg, in 00; between Harrisburg and Phila
thliPtillt, Ss 26 in No. 1 oars, and 112 70 in No. 2.
nor tickets or other information apply to
J. J. OLY
nog General Agent, RaillebilM
ID. Di. L' , noes & eO..
D W. GROSS & CO.,
WINOLESALIC AND HICTAIL
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE.
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to- oar assortment of
_Bach articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your atention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
Oils, varnishes and Glues,
Dye• Stuffs, Glass and Patty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pura Ground Spica,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pins Oils,
Bottles, Vials and La.np Globes,
Cantata Soap, Sponges and Corks,
ac., &c., &c., &a., &a., dro., &e
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET 'AB.TIOLEB,
selected from the best manufacturers and Pe
tuners of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
uNsmEp OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL TIMM
.. _ .
HO qi.gilk -
. . • ~ ' ,0,,-.5 . '
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DP, u ri:,;,' : .- - At • ' 0
14m,...:* • ,
We respectfully invite a call, feeling, coup
dent that we can ,sapply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
TEETH 1 TEETH 111
JONW S AND WHITES'S PORCELAIN TEWIII,
PATENT MEDICINES AND HALE
Of all Idttile, 'direct from the
Saponifier and Coneentrated Lye 1
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, whichiwe sell
as low tui it can be purchased In the cities.
PRAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS
COAL OIL I CARBON OIL I
Being large purchasers In these Oils, we can
offer indncemente to close.,ryers. ,Coal , Oil
.lAMps .of the most improv,ed patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to born
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those of you wholiave not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE PO WDERS a trial know no
their superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping gorses land Cattle healthy and
Thousands can testiWite the profit they hail
derlvelptn the use of our Cattle %ellen by
th e meaning quantity and quality of
besidaiiMpteving the general hearth andap
peMtlice of their %tee.
lo experience business gives us
the apentage of a tho " knowledge of the
trade, and our arraugefnenta in the cities are.
such that we can in a ve4 short time furnish
anything appertaining lour business, on the
best of terms.
Ttutnkful for the liberel patronage bestow°
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
buainess, a careful selection of
at fair priors, and the desire to please all, to
mad , a cont i nuance * the ,feiror of a &Odin
RIND STPHISIELT TOR TEM lEBLZGRAPH
MOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WEDNESDAY, March 26, 1862.
lioneere-amembled at three o'clock P. /I
6 motion' f Mr. HOPKINS, (Washingtond
T. House proceeded to the consideration of
1. .. " resolution relativ.3 to the tax bill now
1 r ii. ''
: ol tef erk o r r ead e C° t ri h gr e ess resol ." utions, as follows:
1 ' W , A bill is pending before Congress
will has for its object the raising of a large
iturrt money by direct taxation. _
whereas, Said bill proposes to create a
largw number or Adana officers hitherto un
,kno to our laws.
. whereas ,
' W Such .a mode assessing and col
1. . sitifitaxifsoidd greatly augment the
, eipe -of raising relietnie for the support of
the overnment, and would in other respects
her i.ugnant to the wishes of the people ;
ak ~ ore.
: • •by the &rude and House,of Representatives
of Conownasealeh of Pannyttsznia, That our
z- . .rs in Congress be instructed, and our
Be . - -ntatives be requested,,to vote for such a
na. i cation of said bill as will vest in the sev
e ' tater the power to levy and collect what
* may be necessary without the intervention
of e Federal officers. .
o 1 e resolutions were read a second and third
.. , and
I motion of Mr. SCOTT, Senate bill, enti
tled "A supplement to the several acts for the
ale .f unseated lands in this Commonwealth,"
. kin up and considered in committee of
the hole, (Mr. Wnasz in the chair.) .
! . e committee rose and the chairman re
the -. bill as amended.
-r full discussion, the bill, as amended,
, i . motion of Mr. MoMAKIN, House bill,
on . lied "An Act authorizing the Governor to
0.4 ute the.penalty of death to a speci fi c term
of .. prisonment," was taken up and considered
dri nnnittee of the whole, (Mr. NarmAn in the
! t te t ir d a p fidl nwr disc ess. ussion_ of the bill, and pend
' the consideration of a_substitute offered by
Scar; the committe rose, and the chairman
' i 8 r an v be ari ti o tu us tei a o m f e lli ndm . WiGn ents, rxing therk the ad specifl opted o .
te of imprisonment, the bill
• • Passed finally.
.',Oll motion of. Mr. Mckfarnr.l t bill No. 258,
4114 to provide for an oath of allegiance, was
*On up,and cOnsidered in committee of the
*tale, (Mr. Room& in the chair.)
;The committee rose, and the chairman re
*led Pri:g o3l PL„, ~ .
Pending the cuscuseron of the bill,
I The House • • Adjourned.
FEN iA., REGIMENT,
[Correspondence of T elekrapb.]
•- 1 . ' • WititlltiSTlll, Va., March 15.
Mr. Enacts :—While the continued success. of
the cause is borne 'Upon every southern
wind, and our brethern in arms in the South
and Southweet - are flushed with victory, and
crowning-themselves withimperishable honor,
the great manic of the Aple at home should
not, their admiratiodWof heroic deeds and
acts tit personal compge, and bravery, forget the
less blood', thodelr - equallysimportant, con
quests which the right , ; , of the "Grand
Army -of the Potomac" %within the list.
Week, so gloriously ankh. Winchester, the
boasted, peradise of re i!„Om and key to
theigiesit :valley of .Vi -ie onto; yaiikee
'feet helmet last trodden upon one of the most
Sacred spots of Virginia's 'Famed soil ;" the
lionie Of ! hams M. Masoniithe famous Confed
erate nainister has been iMeit and fortifica
tions and defences which le t* * great skill
and much labor to erect,has ' , :quietly taken
possession of without even one of the chivalry
"dying in the hit ditch."
On Tuesday meining,after a week's prepare
ti44-,We. left Banker Hill, the command, of
Oen. A. S. Williams taking the advance, the
46th Pennsylvania - on the right: After pro
ceeding about four miles, a smalligietschMenk
Otthexebel cavalry were discovergl in a
ticiddte, we had hadVaskinnis
Friditypievions, and, companies "X". and `V;
- were thrown upon the, I.'. s,and company "D"
upon the left of as skirmishers,
adVattehit'diritiOusl' 7 , hastily with
drew, falling back a srger foreiW.When
within stout Milespf Winchesteri i iheinp . -
peered in considerable numbers, when four
companies under command of Major Mathews
were deployed as skirmishers, company "K"
tskipg, ; _the I . eft„ arid- "D" the extreme right,
and'for over two ranee we had quite lively
times ; conaiderible firing took place on both
sides, and a general engagement was antici
patea...-Two companies. of Maryland and a de-
Cavalry, supported the
skirixdshere,occasionally making a dash at some
exposed point ef thennemy, and as . the shell
and ball of Capt . Matthew's battery, stationed
in the rear to cover oar advance, whistled over
.our heads, n ow and then- answe red by a shell
from our rebel friends,ploughing up the ground
.ktiof ns,and intermixed with the peculiar.
Wide Vanaket' balls; &0., a1l combined
'or such excitement quite pleasant and
ting . ,to Aimee directly engaged, while
mighkhaVibetter appreciated it. We
'them so hard that they were compelled.
r - -to retreat, and • securing the ground we
bad gained by a strong' picket gaurd, we bi
vonaced for the night, sleeping fully equipped.
The opposing cavalry Were all of Ashby's fa
mous- regiment; in pretty strong force, with
some artillery. - As we afterwards learned,nine
were killed and some wounded. Only one of
our men was injured—a` member of company
"C"—beittg ebotin the thigh. All the boys
behavefigallantly, and acted like veterans, and
only require a broader field to fully show their
On Wednesday morning; General. Hamilton
being senior Brigadier, took the advance, and
upon moving forward found the enemy had
retreated during the night; the "stone wall
brigade" was aim at; Winchester was entered,
her ramparts scaled and taken without firing a
gun, and , as we entered the city the same faces
whichhad the evening before wept with sorrow
at the retreat of the brave (I) Jackson's force,
waled upon and greeted our arrival, but corrob
orating the fact that interest, not principle, is
the great lever Which -controls the actions of
the MEW of mankind. " .
Weitrenow snugly encamped on a beautiful
hilt- on thwedge 'of 'the city. Taking a ride
%hie morning around thelfottilicationa, we Sind
em thorOugh; 'evincing soina-akill - in their
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CH 27, 1862.
conception, but poorly executed. They had,
taken advantage of a number of fine
natural positions, and planted strong batteries
upon them, but these were all removed save
few gnu carriages.
t know it will be gratifying to the numerous
friends of Sergeant John Care of company "1),"
to hear of his promotion to the position of First
Lieutenant of company "I," in our regiment.
Lieutenant Care was a member of the "Lochiel
Grey's," during the three months service, and
since his connection with the 46th, has at
tracted the attention of all by his soldierly
bearing and gentlemanly deportment. The
promotion is a worthy one, and reflects credit
upon our gallant Colonel.
Promising to write more regularly hereafter,
as our movements are now becoming more in
teresting, I remain as ever,
P. B.—Direct letters, Company "D," 46th
Regiment, Penna. Vol., Gen. William's Divi-
Rio% Winchester, Va.
FIINKRAI. OF COL. MURRAT.—The departure of
the remains of Col. Wm. G. Murray, for inter
ment at Holidaysbnrg, has been postponed
until 9 o'clock to-morrow (Friday) morning.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Details of the News by the Steamer
Discussion of,imerlean Affairs in the British
New Yost", March 26.
The proceedings .of the British Parliament
were of but slight importance.
Mr. Milner Gibson, in reply to an inquiry,
stated that no information had been received
by the government as to the practical increase
of duties ou imports with the United States,
consequent upon such duties being made pay
able in specie.
During the debate on the mail subsidies, Mr.
Barter showed losses of the system, and advo
cated a reduction of the subsidies as -the coa
-1 tracts fall in. He opposed any new contnget
Ifor America, and favored open competition and
the discontinuance of subsidies.-
, Mr. Pm admitted the truth of what was
said and stated that as the contracts tall in ,
every case, they should be taken to reduce the
subsidies. At the rate of 190;000 sterling, was
The Morning Herald thinks it a pity that - the
United States does not make l psta> of the first
auspicious occasion presented by the%aerit sno
!vows for concluding; wawa
The tted 4 Stites, - IF irail , lIW * I
their power to retire from the d
with something like honor.
The Daily Newsargues that by simply, refus
ing any sort of participation in the slavery
question, the United States Government will
practicably doom slavery to extinction.
The Vines speculates on the difficulties of a
settlement, and points out the , public debt, the
tariff, the taxation and slave laws, etc., as
rocks ahead, when it looks for a day which is
to give a true, friendly 'Union to the world.
The French corps legielatifsontinued the de
bate on the address. The paragraph relating
to Mexico was adopted after some opposition.
The amendment of five libel' members 'to the
paragraph relative to Amenayhad heed with
drawn on the grcund that apart of it was ren
dered unnecessary by the decision and declare
rations of the government in favor neu
trals.of: ~ A`
-t. France was reElerled to bartargently called
on Spain to putt '
.end at'orilat to the raison
deratanding betwek:the . Spanish and French
cum handers atYegi.,.pktoL'
WOreaserted thßthe Greek insurrection is
gaining ground. The government had called
but SO, men to complete the army.
M • th Congress--First Session,
Mr. LAiw&M, (Cal.,) said he only wanted to
find ont whether any man who had been Presi
dent of the United States, was engaged in snob a
conspiracy or not. He amended the resolution
so as to include all the other papers. The re
solution was then adopted.
,On motion of Mr. THTHEBULL the joint reran-
tron offering laid to the States in case of their
emancipation of - the slaves was taken up, the
questionVelik the substitute offered by Kr.
Davis for th e ii ionization.
Mr. McDougal, opposed the provisions of the
resolution as beyond the power of Congress, and
simply creatingWcause of disunion in Congress..
Mr. POWELL (Ky.) thought the resolution was
simply a pill of arsenic, sugar-coated, and in
tended to inaugurate the agitationof slavery in
the slave States, which will tend to the - injury
of the States. He thought that when the
President sent this resolution to Congress, he
violated all his pledges of non-interference.—
Even if emancipation did take place, he did not
believe the Northern Senators would ever vote
a suitable compensation. If he was a Northern
man, he would not vote to pay. for the negroes.
Mr. Larams, (California) believed that the
motives which originated the resolution were
pure and honest, for he had seen nothing in
the President to makehim believe anything
else; but.he could not vote for the abstract
proposition pledging his State to pay such large
After further discussion, Mr. Davis' amend
ment was disagreed to—yeas 1; ma' ; Messrs.
Davis, Henderson, Powell and Wilson, (Mia
somi.) Nays 84.
Mr. Hasnitinsort, (M 0.,) offered an amendment
providing that nothing contained In the reso
lution swill be construed to imply a willing
ness on the part of Congress 'that any State
shall withdraw their allegiance, but.it is hereby
declared to be the intention of the government
to prosecute the war until the Constitution is
restored in every State.
On motion of Mr. Flitmansos, the. farther.
consideration,of the resolution was postponed
Mr. Aaraoar, (B. 1.,) offered a resolution
that the thank of-Congreerhe given -to Gen.
Burnside and his officers andlieni
Also t . tt*antion of L#4l/11101. to.,Comma.uder
& 03. Itnian. Refer/val.
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WASHINGTON, March 26
PRICE ONE CENT.
Mr. Warms, (lad.,) introduced a bill to es
tablish an agricultural department. Referred.
The bill to abolish slavery in the District of
Columbia was taken up.
Mr. WitsversoN made a epoch in favor of the
bill. He said he . was willing to conform his
action to the principles of practice. The bill
had been opposed on the grounds of expediency
but believing as he did, that slavery was the
great sin of this country, he could not place
expediency in the scale against justice. We
refuse to do right for the fear of c nsequences.
He believed with the house of N. Orleans, that
it is always safe to do right, and he should
allow no false motives of expediency to inter
fere. The Senator from Virginia, (Mr. Willey,)
the other day said he spoke as a border State
man, and spoke the sentiments of the loyal
men of Virginia, and begged Senators to pause
tq consider the position they occupi4 d, how
many of the loyal moo of Virginia or Msryl•'ud
come to the defence of the capital; not one.—
He then referred to the attack o a the Mae
.sacinsetts troops in Baltimore, and con
tended that Baltimore was never loyal
until the guns of Fort McHenry were turned
toward the city and Maryland was only kept
in the Union by the power of the government.
The Senator from Virginia (Mr. Willey) seemed
to censure northern Senators for their course on
this bilL He read (ram Mr. Willey's speech.
He (Mr. Wilkinson) grew impatient when cen
sured by men from the border States who
would have never been here but for the valor
of northern men. He read an account of
the maiisaere of the Union troops at Guyandutte
Virgienta, as showing the inhumanity of sla
very. He then referred to the speeches of
Messrs. Kennedy and Davis, as showing the
violent hatred to the free speech and free sen
timents of the North and the treachery to ex
cite the people of the south against the north.
The question was then taken on Mr. Same
utray's amendment offered yesterday, to dis
tribute the slaves among the northern States,
&d., which was disagreed to.
Mr. Pottimor (Kansas) offered an amendment
that thecommissiouers make just and equitable
settlement of the accounts between the master
and his sieves, allowing the master all reason
able expeuses for supplies and clothing to the
slaves upon dieability, and allow the slaves for
all their services and labor performed. The bill
was then postponed, and the Senate went into
executive session and "subsequently.
: (wiz) Aro a 8 :I ni
Mx. &avails (Pa.) Melly exposed what he
characterised as the fallacy of the committee.
Then the report, he said, went forth to damn
a man's reputation. Founded on the falsifica
lion, whoever did it, of Mr. Cummings's note,
which, as printed, makes it appear that he bad
retained in his bands one hundred and fifty
thousand dollars, when the note itself showed
that be never had a dollar in his bands.
Mr. Fsteros, (N. Y.,) atilFed, but failed to ob.
thin, leave to introduce a resolgtion instructing
the committee on the conduct of war to enquire
into the muse of the expatiate of large bodies
Fsootroops belonging to the army of the Po-
' , consisting of regiMents, brigssies,i&c.,
istaheaMtures of whaisiiiivhdanksorho nave
been deprived of shelter for days and weeks In
consequence of having, their orders to march
countermanded, and then. being again ordered
to march and again countermanded, while they
were left without adequate food ; and report
who is responsible for this needless exposure
and suffering of oar.troeps.
The House then went into committee of the
whole on the State of the Union, and resumed
the consideration of the tax bill.
Among other amendments adopted was a
proviso that the tam in goods, wares, merchan
dise and manufactures, pursuant to contract
under this act, shall be paid by the purchaser
before the delivery thereof,
Several sections of the bill were acted upon
when the committee arose.
Mr. Rios, (Mass.,) from the Naval Commit
tee, reported a joint resolution approvriating
$50,000, to enable the Secretary of the Navy
to test the plans and materials for rjnderiog
ships and floating batteries invulnerable. The
House then adjourned.
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NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR lelriTE.
THE subscribers having erected a larg e
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see above Indicated, beg to call the attention of the pub
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lands of game in season. Oysters served up In every
style, and meals to belled at all hours. The Ales of all
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
The Ten-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, Is in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the lovers of this healthy exercise can enjoy themselves.
The Billiard Saloon is up.stairs—elegantly Stied up.
and contains three marble top is tmblnation cushion
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they hope to receive a liberal share of public patronage.
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JOHN B. BMITH'S
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CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
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BOOS AND JOB PRINTER,
NO. 18, JURKE7 STRUT
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NEW DRESS GOODS.
MI Plain and Figured Reps,
Rich Figured all Wool Detainee,
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Fancy Paris - Drees Silks,
Briperior Plain Colored Dress Silks,
Warranted makes of plain black silks,
New Styles Low Priced Delaines
At CA MOART & BROTHER'S
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LT A newly replenished stock of Toilet
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