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DISECASKS OF MUMMENGE.
ULM Ot XI TO TWILTII OMIT.
No Mercury or NOXIOUS Drag*.
O . A era* WAstitAXTID, 01 MO CILLMI, IN IRON 01111 rt.
bear:nese or tim Back or rubs, Striatum, Pains 1I
be !kale, M6e01010. - 01 the Kidneys and Bladdrlri Organic
NerVnir Neel of therbTem Tow..
irmJeloslia Languor, Low SpiritsyConfueion or .dear,
astral of ' the Heart, Ti'midity, Tromblings, binctAin
et :urn <l. Giddiness, Stamm of the Stotaath, Atrbotiont
Oa Wad,Thrrett, Nose or Skiti—chow terrible Maar.
fireadtQl and delartletiVO praotimet *b r e
„1 ,ce ...cu.! antiviral :debility,' render marriage IWlPol
nble, and destroy both body and mind.
YOUNG 'KM. •
ymmy mon osovolaily who have become the irietitriaof
golo,ri• vice, lino dreadful and destructive habit widet
sweep. to all untimely grave tbousandn of
yoc.. men of the moot exalted talent and brilliant inteli
le& who might otherwise have entranced listening.
:fatties with he thunders of eleenenee, or waked to es
udy the tiTifre lyre, may gall with Mt confidence.
Martell persons, or theae.eontemplating marriage, ee
og aware or physical weak nave, should InozaerUately a• ,
, irl be rea+tesrutl to Beef of tivatltti:
lotwediatelii eared and. Pall Moor rehired.
Ile Woo places himself untie^ the oar., of fir. J. m..
rellitously cuntidein tics gemlemeot ,
eidtotly rely upon hie stall 'an
Sirolllee No. 7 South I' tr...as `street, Baltimore,
dd., on the lett band aide visit .rent Baltimore Street;
ems Isom the corner. Be particular In observin4 the
same or umber, 01 you will mistalto the piece. P. par.
titular for Ignorant, ti'SfiirS2 Ostia' with false ei.etos.,
or Paltry Humbug Certificates, attracted by the repute•
doe of Dr. Johnson; lark near
All lettery most contain. a Postage Stamp, to use on the
Dr. Johnson member ot the Repel College of Surgeons,
graduatetrom one of the :meet eminent; Collar*
ihe Ulliloll ,tates, and tile greatest part of whmse,lift
flea bean spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila-
delphia and eleewhere, has effected some of the mosi
ionishlng Cores that were ever known. Many trouble()
with ringing in the sate sad head when asleep, great net-
VUOSIKAS, brine alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulpees,
with frument blushing, attended sometimes with derange.
mem of mind earn mired immediately. -
;Taus elovricuidat NOTICE.
Dr. . resew ad those who having injured think ,
solves lt and luter3per todulgeacie; that secret
and solitary kith wbielt rains both body and mind, rm.
fitting thorn for either bustimseer inicintY•
are some of the satt.and melancholy bards pro
dam by early habits of yOlitli,Tta W 4 esanean of iht
Back and. Limb; Pains in the Iffeadelranness' of- Sight,
Loge of Muscular Power s Palpitation of the Heart, Dya
mpala, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
functions, General Debilll,y,- - Gymptema eir
NIISTALLY, the fearful (Medi on the mind are mush to
os creaded :—Less of geft l P l 7, ,Otnfordoik of 'desk De•
vrerslon of Spirits, Roil Forebodings, Aversion todoote
ty, Sod-distrust, Love of Sollititle • Timidity, Ire, are some
al the evil effects.
Thousands ol persons et 5A ape, Gan now-judge what
is the came of their decline tn:health, losing their vigor
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, bare
01?Uillt appearance raiLdt the eyes, zenith, and omit.
of conaumpl ton.
wan bare injured thetaselves by p , aerUla oregano% la,
laird In when alone—a habit frepietitly . learned' frets
0111 :ompantons, or at school, the Wicks* of *Web' are
Mealy felt, even when osloep, tied ir not eared, reside!
marriage Impossible, and destroys both ,mind and body,,
Mould apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man the Wipes of his cons.
try, Me darling of his parents, ghost& be attain edlrou ,
411 prospeeta and enjoymenta,ot life,by the consequenees
of jt vinliug !rum the path of nature, and, indulgip&in
certain worst habit. Stub persons must, before non •
Avt that n wood uslll4 sad holly are the V/06.111111118101111
req., , ..Alte to promote connubial bappistesi, ftr)d
eitllolll these, the journeyro
thugh life boatmen wear s
germs% the prosPacthetirly darkeusta the view; the
mad heroines shadowed with despair, and alleil with
met.sof .refloottoo that the ttagpluout of ' iutothar be..
son o blighted with our owel
ult. R}FlNAitvo INVIOORATING lOILMEDY FOR OBE
tots;reat and important , remedy, Weaknes! of 11W
tAtart speedily cured, and fall vigor restored.
(two. ni the most nervous, and debilitated who
ai di hope, have been immedMtely relieved. All'
in Marriage Physical or. Mental Lasegalter
Ntr , ous, Trembling, 'Weskit/Ss or ExhinstMn or
~0.1 Wails) kind. speedllir oared.
luny thousands aured at this lustiutiOn within the
wtive yours, and the munerMisPortrait ' Santee
.I.ne poriermed by Dr. J., ultuesited by Osit
the papers, and many other tiersorin,notteeti et
have appeared again and again- before bhe pebllo,
" frandinces a irmilestaa'arathaketsr sad tr.
oe Is a sOMoient guarantee to the afflicted.
IidYRUDINCE.—Wheit the. misguided
pro lent votary of pieasure (bidet° 'has' Imbibed
this painful digelM, It „too oblehhittgiebb.. *lt
siol ',llse of shams or dread 01 . '0as:ovary. Mara
, n 1 applying to those who, from cidui*lutin and, re•
alone befriend him, delayingllif the con.
symptoms .if this horrid disealte toaltethete
vlfrohug Mc head, throat, twee, eirdri,74l4.,
OM,a wish frightful rapidity,. till .death Futile
tlreadlul Mullatillgli by , sending Min to atilt
, ronl wilnute so traveler returns.” bi i met.
thousands fait victimsto ibis' terrible.,
tqvlll4 10 the unaktiltdoess el Ignorant pretend- .
uan of that deadly poison, stercusi, rota
and mate the mediae of -life tnistitabPi.
reefer's Dlpinmas hang bis
e , " '11(lb moat at.tnala a Otanip tom on the reply
14-I :elav , lit‘a Kent by Mall.
tr. .1 7 FrodarlOk etreetvallifrwre•
1). urEo. Ar. STAKE. ir,radosto of the.
43)11(... ! A .)t Dental Surgery, haring permit
in the city of Harrisburg and v taittin the
h '' v eeeepted ay Dr. Gluon, on Third latir eet,
Marko: and Waluult, respectfully inGirmg"hip
the In general, that he is prepared -te
tlt,to, neer atone in toe Dental protentlon, either
' , P . M Or ineenanical, in a manner that shall not be
Lit-used by operatOrS in ENS or any other city. His
et inserbrtz artidentl teeth is pen the latest tn•
tr.,,,iseterntle orioc , ol es.
?ma, trona one to a tall list, mounted on line Geld, 811-
'et, Plattner plates or the Vulcanite Hate.
hake groat pleasure In recommending the atom geol.
0ttr,,,,, to all my former antenna of liarrhiburg•and
Ztly, and feel contident that he will pertbrm all - opera.
tet, in a scientific manner, trom tostrattedget or. his
e, mys.d t nGOMA& D. D. 8.
uRO NES, 110 MARKET, ST.
LILLIE ' S PATENT
*Night and Chilled Inn 1..r0 z!nd t aurglar Proo
ISIAL10: 11 .6306,
o^ %11the ONLY Moreantilo made, that la both
,1 tturtlit Proof. mar29.llv
%A MS! DRESS GOODS ! FURS !
A LARGE stock of these goods will be
It ‘p e e Posed. of at Tory low prices. Fine furs very
NTH° &IM P ,
Next door o the Harrisburg Rank.
Uno newly replenished stock of. Toi,ot
Gul F.,ost Goods Is uosorpassied in this city, and
llysdere or rendering &Aleutian, we woad
ovas (te KAILER,
1 4 , 1 . hurket street, two doors east of Fourth street, south
UrIUNS.- Quite a variety Ot maDful
aud entertaining attietee—eiteaP:—iit
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HELMBOLD'S GENUINE :PREPARATION
"HIG •Ly OHNDENTRA [lto ,
• • unin.usck FLUID ExTRACT BUOHII,
A Positive and,Specillo Remedy ,
For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGa.
Ni ifedicinelnersipei the, power of Digestion, and
excites the ABSORBENTS lot , Tantlbn'y action, by which
the WATAIitY OR CALOAREOUS depositions, and all 17N.•
NATURAL ENLARGE MBNIII are reduced, as well AS
PAIN AND INFLAIIATION sod is gond for
MEN, womb! OR CHILDREN.
HELIUM:WS EXTRACT BUCHU,
Arising front Excesses, Habits, of Dissipation, Early in
diaeratiOn or'abinie. - •
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power.
Loss of Mentory,, Moony of Breathing,
Horror Of Disease, Wakefulness
Dimness ci Vision, . ' Pain
Universal landlode of the Ettleiehilf
:t . g E
;, the may,
These Symptom& if allowed to go on, wids hatifalned
ichteinsArtably removes,. amp' ,
IN ONOE WHICH THE PATIENT MAY
. Who can say that they are not frequeatlY followed by
'thotio : "DLREFUL DIAEAssg," .
"INSANITY AND CON'SUSIPTION."
,Many are aware of. the tame of their sulTering,
BUT NONE WILL CONFAB.
ITHE BEOO PDS OF. THE Da ARE ASYLUMS,
. ghts.X44 ,l oaM,Dealleff tgi COMPPOIN• •
BUR ITITNESB TO TM ISM Or IBR MITIRTIOY.
THAVONSTI ronoN Ammo 'WITH
ORGANIC) WBAK. Re s
'Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
Invtgorat• the Syoom,
Which Itainiottes BXISALT BUCHU. ireriattig dots
A TRIAL Will ODAtlO~ ,T9t'1 [Og7' HK CAL.
FEMALES- 7 FRBIALRS-7EULES,
131,D OR y.OIING, 3O.IGt.4I I I . IU . R . RJED, OR OONTSSEPLA,
TING MARRIAGE. • ,
IN MANY AFFECTIONS rcOUttelt rICKALES,
e Extratt•Blleilitl aneetnilltit by 'Any Other"febieey,
lUis Ohlorosis or Retention., Irrevtlitrity;Paintatnew, or
pprevlo nor Customary Rvaouatious, Ulcerated
Reirrhous state of the Carus, LenoorhosaW,ttites. Steel,
end for allicoMplalnte latetOint: the seki Witithef
ero arising frost lodisoratioa, Habits of photipation, or in.
DECLINE OR GRANO: 0? MIX
NO FAMILY SItutIttpBB.WITaQOT IT t
T.uo so isms BLAB , ram
glum NOR gsmiamrs ' asskoasossoos
fn all. their Stages, At little Ilapense ;
Little or no change in Diet; No Inconveniedoe;
Analogs Stspontat. •
It causes a frequent destre and Wee strengthto Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions.
Preventing and Casing Strictures of the Urethra,
Allaying Palo and Imilammatlon, so fr equent lithe
glare of oiseasue, and ,espeliing ad Poisonous, Dussetd
Inonetnne even Trio
1530 HAVE BUN INS 9701.1118 OP QUACKS,
and who have paid surf rue to be cured in a abort
dime, have found they . were deceived, and that the “115.1.
tiON" has, by the use of , vowasrirt seransoaers, been
dried up in the system, to breat oat In an aggravated
ibrm, and •
PBEHAPS AFTE& JtAILRIAGA
Use 11.111201011.011,2=402 Intone for ell atreertlone end
diseases of the •
whether existing in
treat whatever M O niiorisNfitinQ andethe:metter or
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these Omit's require the aid of MOM 10 1
ELNUIROLD'iI =MOT RUCH U
• L 3 THE OREAT DIURRTIO,
And la Oeriaini W havir, .the desired .edeot In all. Diseases
NOR j.d REICIOIIENDED. . •
, Erldenal'Of Gteinest Tilto bis and : Tesporwtble character
will ancempaui the
CERTIFICATES OF OURS% •
.hrornB toX peril slanding,
Wzra NANTIO KNOWN TO
BLlEbral AND FAME.
. PrICOLSI 00ver bottle, or six for 15 00.
Delivered to any eAdreeeoseeurely packed from obier
SIMPPOMS IN ATd, VONIRMICON£I,
duel* GorizadUml I Advice %nails
Personally appeared before me, itu Alderman of Ito
city of Pniladelphlaol. l 'T. , Dstionto, who - being s ' duly
*ern, doth say, his preparations mattalla no narcotic, no
tane be eroary,or other injarlous drop, but are purely asp-
H. VIOILMSO ID.
Sworn and submtsribed before me, OM Pa day Of No
*ember, 1834. MIL HlSSERDLAitiereson.
Milk P. Snore Race, P
Address letters for Infbrmation in confidence to
H. T. I BELMBOLD, Chepiet,_ .
Depot,lo4 South Tenth St. bet. Ohioniut. Patna,'
BE WARE OP B,Pirmitd
, AND ciaIPSINOIPLSO LIDAI4IIB,
Who 110111Vir to di.pose 401 umiak own" and Pagan"
gnaws ow vas sarcrAtrotiArranco'av
EleimboldW Genii/tie Preparation 5,
6.a /*mot Bou nu,
64 s arloomir uj a ,
" • " Improved &Gee Wash. '
Sold by 0: K. Keller, D. W, Gross, - 7. Wyeth, .0 A.
AND ALL DRU01732'3 11111.12113 , 11ERN, .
ASK Pfla afiLMSODIPS. TALK M
old out the advertirentem and Send lor it.
AND AVOID POSTITO N AND ; EXPOSIIII.N.
TRAVELING AGENT OY. THAI
OLD WALLOWER . LINE.
ÜBB OLD !TRANSPORTATION LINE
atlll Lu emeentruloptention and prepared to cerg
&id ht NJ LOW may other individual line bet Ween
most, 4e , soy Shore . Lock Jimen, and all po on the
NOrtheiti Central, Philadelphia and alle, and Cairns -
port an d Elmira Railroads.
'Long Agentat Hairisbmg,
D. A. YIIBACH.
Goida sent to PIACCION, ZILL & 111NOHNAN, Nos.
8( and slb- %racket West, above Eighth. k 4 o'clock,
P. M. will arrive at liarriclinrg, ready for delivery the
next morning, O. P. MIINNI2II,
aps4f Traveling Agent...
JOHN WALLOWED, .113.1
DUDS AND . MERCHANDISE promitly
lU — forwarded by Phillidelphla and Roman; Northern
astral, Cumberland Valley and Penneylvanla Railroads
seulaigormak DU . YIN% to end from airports of the
olty to site differebt /billmel lapels will be dons at the
very lowest riles.
WAMIIIIIII removing will be loreceptly attended
Orders,eft at Itriiiilrearepean gotel, or at the lbws
*Miner, wilt regoilve mow. attoption. Con
egnmoula of freight respectfully ironed/id.
JOAN WALLOWIR, IR., Agt.,
"2 - Moe Reiedine Dem&
tIRROVEMENT IN •,DENTIBTAt"
R. P. H. ALIABABH-; Burgeon Den
t*: i ihnesetornsorlHooraPillta T04 11 4_ . 1 # e• 9 41 Y.
tneettodlfmt Ottelateif °vei abieonon - to the one of iirtt
eclat teem, mehrsolog partial ; half and whole sets of one
piece only, of pure end mdeetruotiale mineral, there am
no crevices tor the aceettmesitto n of small parfleleeof food
end therefore, no otientre oder from the breath, sa sio no
un el audio their conatruction, there can be no noloonie
telloi or metallic tame. Bence the truer Ideal Is not an
aoYed With sore tonna, eesitastie, itc. Moe No. 48
=lsm llneond streeh Harrisbur g .
~_,V"o E ifiLippG- E BLA.QKENG.
1.„„ row,. "wpm oisios,puo rooolveo am tor
1 oat Wholoodo OW,
, , 4,111 1 s,l OIL'OCK, Jr., &Oa,
"IN'DEPENDENT I.N. Atl, THINGS--NEUTRAL IN NONE
IA.RRISBURG,. PA TUESDAY A.FTEIiNOON, APRIL 8, 1
blosm'ay, April 7, 1862.
The Senate met at 3 d'elock r Eista.,
Speaker, in the chair. . •
A number of petitions, &c., were presented
and .appropriateiy, referred.
,'Several iprislate•billt; ;were readi , in ifoleice o.nd
,reported from committees.
The school bill being the special order was
taken up, the question being on the fifth sec
tiOn; which was agreed to. . 1
The sixth section ,sras negatived.,;
The qrteation' being an the' seventh section,
the bill was recommitted to the Committee on
Education, and the Senate.
~y Frl ~: U;(r i YU :~'; DLt: r •Fr ~7 d .~; r: iaV A' l.~+l ~\E+q~o ~ +:k~
Mr. SMITH, (Chester,) on leave, read in
s Place,ajoint resolution relativAlo the fatality" •
neceStary Clothing to the *bhieillad
volunteetio and,,movect tohldspend the
'orders for the purpose of , considering the reso
The motion was agreed to.
, Resolved tey the Senate and House of Representa
tives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, That
.he joint resolutions approved the 28th day of
February,. in the year •of our Lord, 1862, and
the 27th day of March, 1862, relative to the ,
roper treatment of the killed and wounded
ennsylvania soldiers, be so construed as , to
authorize the Quartermaster General to procure
and furnish, upon the requisition , of the
Surgeon-General or Surgeons having charge of
inch wounded soldiers, all necessary clothing
required by them.
1 The resolution passed finally.
An-Act amendatory of the licence laws of this
An Act to extend and continue in , effect the
ptovietone of an act relating to judgments and
The Bowe adjourned till to-morrow morn-,
Oorrespor.lenee of the Telegraph.]
Two MUM BIM= WOODSTOOVVA.,
April 1, 1862.
Mr. EDITOR :—This morning the 6th Army
InMajor General N. P. Banks command
in person, left Strasburg, in the vicinity of
which'it has been encamped during the past
week, and moved on toward Mount Jackson,
distant twenty miles, at which point Gen.'
Jackson, with a force of thirty thousand men
is lying. The division of General Shields
took the advance, and the division of General
Williams following as a reserve. Thu day was
warm and. roads' good, but very dusty. An
along the route evidence of, the terrible deso
lation which Virginia is sustaining were ap
parent, yet many of her people still persist
ently and blindly cling to the fortunes of
Davis & Go.
On reaching Woodstock, the county seat of
Shendanoah county, a pleasant little place, our
advance had a skirmish with Ashby's cavalry,
who were covering the retreat of a small body
Of Jackson's men, but upon our artillery being
,position and a few shells sent
among them, they beat a hasty retreat, our
boyscapturing two prisoners. On crossing the
Shendanoah river, some three miles beyond
Woodstock, they set fire to the turnpike bridge,
hut so .:closely' did we pursue there that our
troops extinguished the fire before any ma
terial damage was done. , . Three miles further
On, however, they set fire .to the railroad
bridge, a fine and costly , structure which Was
We marched through Woodstock to the
time of "Dixie," and but four ladles in
the whole place had the patriotism to wave
their handkerchiefs. To-night we bivoniced,
our tents being left at Strasburg. The air is
keemand frosty. To-morrow we move forward
and a lively brush is anticipated, as Jackson
cannot help but make a stand, or prove him-
Self a most arrant coward.
As we progress I will, if our mails permit,
give you the incidents of our journey.
Yours, as ever, SOLDIFE.
REPORTED EXPO:I36LT POE. THE TELEGRAPH
HOUSE OF RFPRESENTATLVES.
MeADAIWAPO I , 7 , 18041
Thetipm re-.4B3,tofiled at o,Q'xilick,,,y.
The rEsolutiork was read as follows
An Act to provide for the adjudication and
ayment of certain military clabna,read in
lace by Mr: Coma this morning.
From the 48th Penn. Regiment.
FIB& LAST Maim—The alarm of fire about
seven o'clock last night was occasioned by the
burning of a small one-story and a-half house,
occupied by a German family, sin :fitted on the
commons between the canal and Paxton creek,
near Simons' steam planing mill. ' The entire
fire department attire city was early on the
ground, but such rs the ini3amable nature of
the bnildhig, that was almost entirely 'Mmenmed
before the several hose carriages and engines
could r be put into operation. Most „of the fur
niture was saved. It is not known how the fire
IWIKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cotton quiet, but steady. Flour heavy; sales
8,000 tibia. at a decline of 6c; State $5 1544
6 20. Wheat firm; sales 24,000 bus. at
$1 80} for Milwaukie Club. Corn michinged;
Salsa 4000 bus. at-69(364 Stigar steady.
Stocks closed beMeaq . ' '
6 -- •
From Idbemarle and Pam
-IMPORT 07, LIEUT. 111111.101 - ,,t0 COll
WASHINGtON, N. C.; OCCUPIED - BY THE
U. S. ED-ICES.
jAdjot ro`ed f
POE lON OFTEIE HATTERAS
-:LIGHT ;HOUSE= PROPER
The Stars and Stripes Heisted over
the dottrt - Hens%
:'lie Swamiis aid Wide Filled with. Beta
gees 'from' the Rebel Draft.
*Regiment 01. / 1101 1 11
°tiered to the Witiohliervice.
. WASHINGTON. April 7:
The following communication hes been 'for-
C nied to' the Ntity Department by Ckourde
UeB.- STUMM LOITISIENA,I
Waslungkat, N. G., match 26, .1802. .
i unedieuc.e to your orders of the•
20th..inst,, I proceeded-to this place, arriving
at the obstrocdons about Ave miles, below, , ou
he moreing of the 2lst.
Tile naval column! °etiolate:l.ot this vessel,
tire Delaware,•Lieuteuant commandieg QUM!. -
tu i bush and the Commodore Perry, Lieutenant
ramonding nuttier. .We were • accompanied
to the übetructiune by thesteamer Admiral, ani
army transport, with eight_ compel:nes of the
241,h regiment of Massachusetta volunteers,
01. Stevens, and a small :tug• boat. We met
with no resistance. The batteries having been
Abandoned and their ornament removed by
bleeting and other.processes. . •
We anon forced a manna through the piles,
though _they had. been driven . very deep in
triple rows, and cut off three feet below .the
At eleven o'clock. last night we arrived
abreast the towni the Delaware being from the
transport, the •Aeld otticere two companies ot
troops and :the regimental, band were landed. ,
The authorities, with many of the °Meats,
Met uteri wilarf, where 1 briefly explainect
tq them the• object of our visit. k ,The milite.ry.
then formed, and we proceeded to the Court
Rouse,< wheref 'with all the ceremonies, we
isteatthe flag of the ;Union. .The troop& re
turned to the Delaware with unbroken front.
I found, on further consultation with the
authorities; on whom•l made - my , demand for
the restoration of the_flatteras light house pro
perty, that underlying an apparent acquiescence
of the people to the town and neighborhood, in
permitting , the building ot gun boats and the
4unstruction of batteries to repel the approach
of the - United States, wed a deep rooted affection
for the Union, and not a:little animosity tor. He
enemies. The latter elemeut not being dimin
ished by the -importation of troops tram a die
tent State.::: _ .
, The result of this state of affairs want° bean
ticipated; the abandonment of, its defences. by
tlie troops, followed-by theilestructionof what
remained of, rebeli property by the
The launched -gunboat had been towed atm.;
mai miles up the river loaded with terpentine
and Aced on the sight of our arrival ; a few
tiundred•buehele oh meal and corn left in the
commissary stores was distributed to the people
by my orders: The most valuable part of the
lilatteras light prOperiyi the lenses, have been
tak,n to Fa/borough. I Have hopes of their
l'itouvety through the instrumentality of the
people ot Washington. The rest- of the pro
party is secure, with the channel buoys and
moorings. In addition to tista batteries on
the other. side of the obstruciions -the ene
my had, thrown up breast works, east ut
the town and joining, extending. half a mile.—
they also bed notified their tamp whion com-
Mended the high road. A sketch of the river
trom the ohetruction to the bridge above the
town is enclosed. It includes ail the fortirica •
tions,•the woods and swamps, in this and Hyde
contrare represented as being alive with refu
gees from the draft—many of them encouraged'
uy our presence, came in. They are deep and
bitter in. their denunciations of the secession.
heresy, and promise-a regiment if called to aid
in the restoratiou of •the flag.
I am, very: , respectfully,
, Your obedient Servao r t,.
•. A. hiIIBALAY, Lieut. Corn. .
To Com. -S. 0.••11oWeit, commanding naval for
cers in Alt merle and ramlico Sounds, N. O.
Eve Days La,ter from . Europe.
Ariivig:' of the . 'steainer • Hibernian,
THI TUSCARORA:, AND • THE , SUMTER
- SThL 6AT GIBRALTER.
ENGLISH PRESS ON AMERMAN EMIRS
The steamship Hibernia, from, Liverpool, on
the 27th ult , via Loudooderry. on. Friday,
the 28th, strived at this port at si t o'clock this
afternoon with tive days' later advices than
were furnished in the 'steaiiiir Niagara, in
eluding the weekly repOrt of . the markets.
The royal mail steamer Arabia arrived at
Liverpool on the 24th.
The steamship City.of New York arrived out
on the 27th, and the steamer Boroesa on the
The steamer Etna sailed for New York on the
The U. S. gunboat Tuscarora and the pirate
Sumpter were still at Cliberalter.
Gazer %cram—The English journals ant.
else the commencement of the campaign in
The London. Daily fews• elougises General
McClellan's tulles, aed Is of the opinion that
the crisis is—approaching, and although the
confederatee are retaliating, they have prepared
a field-for Agreed battlise. . '
The saMeileitriu&rejOioes at 'the idopßoo4j 3 .9
the Rouse of Representatives, of Preidoiltlin
Nw YOBS, April 7
From: our Morning Knition,
PonTun*, April 7
on emancipation project, ondering it as an
immediate step in favor of the cause of human
The London 2'imes reiterates its belief-that no
practical use can he made of Mr. Lincoln's pro 7
position itself,'but iegards it as important ID
admitting the principle of an accommodation
between the North and the. South. The .2ina
13elleves that the real defence of the Confeder
ates will ba found in the vastness and desolation
of their country; and argues that if they are
,really in earnest; the• North mutt took for bout
less victories and exhausting conquests.
Tim Loudon Herald thinks that a peace may
.posaibly be conquered by oue aide or the other
In aria around niehmond.'
The London .71aterhas a letter from Bunsen,
!dm** Washingtou, March 11th. The passage
„of the federal army over the lung bridge was a
magnifleent SPectacle and 'wet iinposing dis
play of military
,power. RussilLaleo says,
0 . whatever:may happen to McClellan, .be
i never lose the credit of haying: formed diger
iderly masses of men into an Army; of having
iinittraid into . tbeno the prinelples of soldier'a
Oft) and discipline. 1 ' •
Lord Palmerston, is confined.to his room by
tt l n attack of the gout.
Geo.PeabOdyls unprecedented munificence has
ibeen formally consummated; in the curt:capon
,dence now published in the English journals,in
:which he places £l6O 000 at the disposal of Mr.
Adams the Amtrican Minister, Lord Stanley,
:Sir &Litton Lennet, and Messrs. Sampson .
Morgau as trustees fot the'pnipci.,e a.meliora
.tin& the condition of the poor of London.
: Iratr. —There are rumors of ministerial mod
fictitious at Turin, and...various chanaea are re
ported,. but trope of
,therattave received coufir
plation. A ministerial circular has been issued
i maiutainine the riglititlit Italy to recoguition
as a power asserting that Rome should be- the
pentre,nl the Govern.uent,and aftlimiog tbat a
aohition of the Venitian question according to .
the Wishes of Italy is necessary for the general
,The king of Belgium is reported to be ill and
in a critical condition.
Miasma—The rumors of ministerial change
in France ere aathorively contradicted. The
?aria B3uree islirm—rantes are quoted at 70f.
A grand banquet was given to Garibaldi at
Milan, on which occasion the:hero and some of
his companions made patriotic speeches indica-
Ave of approaching movements in favor of the
cause of Italy.
Garibaldi left Milan on the 27th, amid the
Cheers of the people. Ms tour through ./40)12-
baidy is for the purpose of stirring up the
young men to join his volunteer corps.
;Demonstrations are becoming quite frequent
in Yentas, and numerous arrests are repotted
at Mantau and Venice.
Sram.—The Spanish government has ordered
Gen. Prim not to negotiate with the Mexicans
till the allied troops have entered the city of
The United States aloop-of-war Constellation,
from Portsmouth, N. H., had arrived at
th OongreaB--First Session
W.unnrictron, April 7
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr Voortiame (Ind.) offered a preamble, set
tingJorth that the tariff bill passed during the
extra session, is unjust and oppressive to the
agricultural portion of the community, and
Concluding with a resolution that the Commit
tee on Ways and Means be instructed to report
a • billet as early a day as practicable repealing
the said law, and substituting therefore a aye
tern founded on Use 'principle of yielding an
adequate amount of ' reVenuti, and not of that
protecting the mannfactnriug interests of the
MI. &MIMS moved to lay the resolution. on
the table. carried--yeas 88, nays 85
The House then proOeeded to &finitely act
on the amendmenta to the tax bill,' heretofore
reported from committee of the whole on the
state of the Union.
The following are among the amendments
concurred in by the House :
The duties acid taies to be assessed in pur
suance of this get sball be a lien upon the prop
erty subject to the duly or tax from the time of
astesstueut till fully paid.
The sum of over . nineteen thouemid dollars
appropilated heretofore for the legislative ex
,endea of Nebraska for the year endings June,
1863, is to be applied as that terdiory's portion
of thn taxes.
Tenueesee is to have till the first of December
fo assuinikher portion of the tix.
Distill ll of apples and peaches may take out
a license for that tnieioess for the spice of three
niontha coi the payment of twelve dollars.
. There shall be exempt from'restraint the tools
Or implements of a trade - or profeseion.
Ooe cow, annoy household furniture and pro
visions kept for use, and the apparel necessary
for a family.
The license of wholeside liquoi dealers to be
increased from- $5O to $lOO.
- Any person who peddles jewelry shall pay $25
or each .limse.
I Photographers, $lO for each license, when
their receipts do not exceed $5OO ; when over
$5OO, and under $l,OOO, slb; when over
$l,OOO. $25. •
A.enw for procuring; patents and claim
agents, shall pay $lO lietose.
Propiieture or agents of all exhibitions for
shows , uot enameratd dhoti pay ten dollars.
Taxes on all articles manufactured and sold
in pursuance of contrachi. bona Me, made be
fore the 80th of &larch, 1862, shall be paid by
the purchaber thereof.
On antniacite coal a tax of fifteen cents per
ton, and on bituminous coal one-eighth of a
cent per bushel.
This amendment was agreed to by a vote of
$1 yeast to 89 hays.
The proviso thereto that this tax on coal
shall not take effect till the expiration of the
reciprocity treaty with Great Britain, was re
jecttd—yeas 41,, nays 86.
The House also concurred in the following
On spirits, rectified and mixed with' other
liquor, or prepared in any way, to be sold as
whisky, 15 cents per gallon. To be sold as
brandy, rum,, gin, wine or by any other name,
riot otherwise provided, 80 cents per gallon on
the basis of the first' proof, and so on in pro
rortion for any greater strength than first
On railroad iron and other iron, according to
•tbe state of manufacture, a tax of one to two
dollars per ton and on steel from four to ten
dollars per ton.
The House non-concurred in the amendment
that all distilled liquor now manufactured or
that may be manufactured before the fnat of
May next, in the United States, shall pay, th e
same .per .when aa. provided, by.
_upon distilled , spirits , manufactured
ttlxclassiid after4l44 date. t s fr,h
Elam ariutilig part.
having procured Steam Power Presses, we are
ed to execute JOB add BOOK PRINTING of every =;;:,
lon, cheaper than it can be done at any other establish -
mantle the country..
ttAtllCf ',pi - Au V e...tidlNG.
Fonr lines or less constitute onahalfecoare. Night
Ines or more than Ibar constitute a square.
Half Square, one day
One:!quare, one day
rthree months 5 00
111 months 10 00
at one year _ _ _l6 00
Business notices inserted in * ..the.too/el Chimes, Of
before Marriges and Deaths, FIVE awn P , ot 1' ,1 " 44 1 hlr
ler atarrigea and Deaths to be charged ma regular ad
Theem-nchiebt imposing a tax of one cent
per pound on cotton, on and after the Ist day
of . 1114 y next, but exempting .11 cotton held
and owned by any manufacturer of cotton
fabrics on and prior to that date, was concurred
in—yeas, 75, nap, 53.
The Damage to the Merrimac In the bite
CAPTURE Off RORSES BELONGLYG TO
A VALUABLE MAIL. SEFIED.
WaxmanTov. April 7,
The following in regard to the Merrimac has
been received at the Navy department.
When she inn for Nodulk on Sunday the 9 it
of March. in the evening, she had sev.n feet of
water in het hold. One shot flow the Cum
berland had riddled her, and one shot from
.the Monitor through her port hole dismounted
two Rune. The Monitor put a ball through the
boiler of the Patrick Henry and kilted two men
and scalded others
The steamer Freeborn has arrived up from
Liverpool point bringing some ad ti i anal par
ticulars) of the skirmish at Stafford Court
House. Gen. Stokers troops captured some
forty hor..es belonging to the rebd cavalry, a
number of smell arms and the mails in the
Stafford post rffice in which were found many
lette.s, some of them being probably of import
ance to the government.
Six prsioners we•e also taken who were
broUght up in the Freeborn and taken to the
old capitol prison.
As the crew of the . Freeborn were getting off
the, horses and other property captured, the
rebels opened a heavy fire upon them from the
tthicket, but on the Freeborn returning the
compliment with shrapnel, the enemy hastily
Toe mails for. California, Oregon and Wash
ington Territory are now transmitted overland
from St. Joseph, !do., to which place corres
pondence can be sent from any post office.
Prom Western Virginia.
ADVANCE OF GEN'L MILROY.
The labels Falling back on Monterey and
A special dispatch, dated Wheeling, to-day,
says a telegram just received, says that the re
bels are retreating before the forces of General
Milroy, who has advanced from Cheat Moun
tain and now holds Camp Allegheny, lately
evacuated by the rebels. The latter has also
fallen back from Monterey -and klunteniville,
and seem to be driving for Staunton, where
they will have means of escape by railroad.
THE CONNEOLICIIT ELECTION.
At the late election held to-day, Governor
Buckingham wairre-elected by a lamely pi
creased majority over that received by him last
year which wa5,2086. .
THE DELAWARE MUTAL
SAFETY INSURANCE COY' PANY.
CAPITAL AND ABUTS 5006,907.51
COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
CAPITAL AND AMISS 31,214476.1 .
THE undersigned, as Agent for the
well Crown 'Companies, will make legumes
Spina losa or damage by fire, either perpetually , or an
nually, on property In either town or country.
Merine'and Inland Thatiportatlon Blake also taken.
Apply personally or by letter to
0ct4 , 61-dAwl7
TH.EO. F. BC/METER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
NO. 18, NARNE7 STA/MT,
Parliodar atte“tion paid to Printing„ &nine and
ginning or Railroad Bionic; Manifests, voiicias, Cheeks,
Draft., 4 10. CARDS printed at $2, $3, RS, and $d per
itionsand in elegaiut sty le.
HARVARD COLLEGE, 1332
•lINVO Teitkli of ninetess weeks eseh,
coadnonting Nardi Sd and -op tedibar Ist.
lor Oataingus WA Om sr ad Ira a.
L P tz I fK, Royal Proarirr.
Clambridp. Naas. Pau. 186.. c0n844
CANE SEATED CHAIRS Itz
NEATL. repaired and reseated, and all
orders ossoussd prow ly by Are • :•P•atil.Nll,
max3l. dim :mold are t bolo q Muloerry.
A SECOND LOT of Comic and Sentimen
t'.tal Valentines, at ditrsreat prices.
16 y scassinra Bookstore.
GARDEN SEEDS.—Fresh garden seeds
from Meisti, Pciadelphis---Yor sale by Nichols A
Bowman, corner of Front and Market meets. iti7-9
FRESH. Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Co -
coa-nute, ac 0., IQe., Just received and for sale by
NiCHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Iron% and Market. street..
AdilB.—Three Hundred Biwa tingar
ilrod Hekins but waived by
viry Welt' JR as oi,
ityiA.CILEREL Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in all sized
JIL packages. A large supply just received, and each
package'vrarranted as represented for sale by
WY Hoes, Jr.i&Co•
FRESH. Lemons, Apples, Cranberries,
for sale NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
321 corner 'Front and Market street,
Rye, Wheat, Dande
non and all preparations. Nor gale by fflchob
Bowpion, earner at front and Market streets. Jay
.. .... 8 (81
NEw Yoga, April 7