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UNITED STATES BIOTINA ROOFING CO,
NO. 9 GORE BLOCK,
Corner Green and Pitts Streets, Boston, Mass.
THIS Portable Roofing is the only article
ever (Oared to the public . , which is ready prepared
to go on the root without any finishinz operation. It is
tight, handsome and easily applied, awl ran be es rely
and cheaply transported to any part of the world. It
will Dolt aunt or discolor water running over, or lying on
it, sad is in all real .ts a very ocslrable article. Its
nonconducting properties adrift it especially to covering
manufactories of various kinds, ant. it Is confidently of
fered to the publii utter a teat of four years in all vurte-
P.m of el mate and temperature, far covert .g all kinds of
roofs, flat or pitched together wdh care, stearnb tats fie
It is both chep and durable. Agents wautel, to whom
Dual inducemetts are offered renal for sample circa
lar, cc., with girticalers, to "0. s. ROOFING Gb.,
apt 24 Qat No. 9 Gore Block Boston."
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL '
" 3645 Sr 367 BROADWAY,
CORNER OF FRANKLIN STREET,
rftHIS first-class house—the most quiet,
Homelike, and pleasant hotel in the city—offers
superior inducement to those visiting Naf YORK tir
business or pleasure. It is central In its location, and
kept on the
EUROPEAN PLAN, •
where refreeliments can be had at all hours, or served
in their own rooms. The charges and moderate, the
VOW. and attendance of the trot order—traths, and all
tne modern convenience attached. . mait3m
UNION RESTAURANT ;
BILLIARD AND: BOWLING SALOON,
Na 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FIFTH.
THE subscribers having erected a larg e
buildiug at the above place, expressly for the pure o
ull above Iw:fleeted, beg to call the attention of the pub.
Ile to tel he following :
ISt RIISTAITI4O42, on the first boor, *tilts dining room
tits:Sed, Is tilted up in first-class style, and it will at all
mem I e suppled with the best , OYSTERS to be had is
the Attualle cities, together with terrapin, fish, and all
kinds ill game in season. Oysters served up In every
tlyle, and weals to be had at all hours. The Ales of all
the celebratod breweries in the country constantly on
Tbelen.pin Alloy, or Bowling Saloon, is in the rear,
and noutainn three alleys of modern construction, where
lee lovers el' this healthy exorcise can enjoy themselves.
'lto Hilliard Saloon Is upstairs—elegantly fitted up,
viol contains three marble top combination cushion ta
blev,oeusl to any made.
Holmberg iota long felt the Went of a grand combin
ation or this kind, and as the proprietors are determine o
coutiust it itt a quiet and orderly manner, and do eve
rything in their power to make it a fashionable resort,
they tope to receive a liberal ebare of publics patronage.
3 . 4 t WILLIAM 0. kIifFAIMIIiN la 00.
COAL REDUCED 1 1 1
N consideration of the hard times, and
ag I aril exeluelvely FOR CASH, I have reduce() the
price of Coal us foliates :
yarns Valley Broken ® 2.2 90 per ton
" Large Egg " 290
118mnllEgg,u 2 90 i‘ 44
tt " Stove 290 "
" Nut CI 226
WilkEban le 290 •
lorluary 41 290 4e II
As Coal delivered by the Parr= Wyse Canve;: it
ma tie weighed at the purchasers door, and it it falls,
steer l 0 moans, the Coal w9ll he forfeited.
All 1:041 of the beet quality wined, 'delivered free from
495-Coal surd in qantities, at the Lawler waoutaaal
Agent for Dupont's Celebrated Powder, a large supply
always on baud, at Mannfacturere prices..
XirA large lot of superior baled Bay for sale.
JAMES M. WHENLER.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTORY 1
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
fa ° M. R. LEE,
It/rANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
PARSuLA and WALKING CANES, will tarnish
gown wt IanYEK PItIOES than can be bought in any of
bu lii'moent croon . Cotiiitry OVrohiii.lLO will do well to
all and alta.maa • (in •‘: the na
elves or Lt. " J
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed. his Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner of Second null walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Haynes Agriculture Stare, where he intends
to keep all kinds
of Boots a"d Shoes, tiait,s, and a
large stook of Trunnks, and everything in his hue of
been ; and will be bu
thankful to receive the patronage ol
hit old customers sad the public,. in general et les DOW
Place of business. All !duds of work made to order in the
beet style and by' superior workmen. Repairing done at
spurt 'loom [apr2dtf] JOHN B. SaIITIL
DWI, A. lIIJENCH I ' AGENT.
i 1! the Old WalloweP Line respectfully
A 7 informe the public, that this Old Daily Transporta
tion lane, (the only Wallower Line now in existenue in
thli (Ity,) 1w is lu sueceeddl operation, and prepared to
carry freight aslow as any other Individual line between
! lenelphis, Harrisburg; Sunbury, Lewisburg, Wil
the atunp rte
Jersey Zihore,-Locs Haven and all other points
st, Northern ( mute, Philadelphia and Erie and Ili'll
bungl:et and Elmira ivadruedS•
DANL. A. EtHEINCH, Agent.
Grath i i „„ f i „, Harrisburg, Pa.
Zeii - --- '') ""° Ware House 'of Messrs. Peacock,
i vinb r•lanhinan. No, 808 and 810 Market Street above
, rhiladelphea, bY 4 o'clock, P If
morn arrive at
9 burgt ready for delivery next ..
iVCEDAR TUBS, BASKETS BROOMS
ratAttez:Lartudeinvterhoylin tuet received in 1143
WY DOCIC, Jr., & Oa.
LOCK HOSPITAL !
HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
arid effetcoal remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
BMUS IN Six TO TWILVB ROOM
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in - from one
to Two Days.
Weakness of the Back or. Limbs, Strictures, A ff ections
of the B idneyo and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Im
potency, General Debility , Nervousness, Dyspepsy, Lan
guor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Heart. Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or tilddi•
nese, Biretta') of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affecr
Dons of the Liver, Lungi, Stomach or Bowels—those ter
rible disorders arising from, the Solitary Habits of Youth
—those esoexr and solitary ptacticas more fatal to their
victims than the song of r yrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, &c., impossible.
EspeCially, who have become the ;victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an untimely grave tbontand.s of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intelle,A,
wbo might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating mar
riage, being aware of physical weakness, organic debili
ty, aeformities, &c., speedily cured.
De who Owed himself under the care of Dr. J. 'may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and con
fidently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
Immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored.
This distressing Affection—which renders rife misera
ble and marriage Impossible-1s the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulgences. Young persona are too
apt to commit excesses. from not being aware of the
dreadful consequences that may ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow.
or of procreation is beet sooner i 7. mose falling into im
proper habits than by the prudent? Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy, ollkpring, the most se
rious and destructive "symptoms to both body and mind
arise.'" The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Nervious irratibility, Dyepepsls, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Oonsthetioni 1 Debility, a Wasting of the
Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from Baltinkire street, a lew door.
trem the corner.. Midi not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doc
tor's Diplomas hang in his office.
A Caro Waxranted in Two Days
No Mercury or Nauseous Drugs,
Member of the Royal , College of Surgeons, London, Grad
uate from oue of the most eminent Colleges In the United
States, sad the greater part of whose life has been Spent
in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the most astonishing mares
that were ever known ; many troubled with ringing in
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousiiisa,
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashbllness.. with frequent
blushing. atUdidetlAumetlines Winn derAugement of mlnd
were cured immediately.
Take Particular Notice
Dr. J. addresses all those who haveinjureci themselves
by improper indulgence and solitary habits, which ruin
both body and mind, unfitting them for either business,
study, society or marrLiga
These aro some of toe sad and melancholly effects pro •
ducal by early habits of youth, via : Weakness of toe
Dank and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Lees of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the heart, Dyer
popsy Nervous Irrittiblity, Derangement of theDlgestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
lisstratLY.—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded,-Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas , De
pression of Spirits, Evii Forbodings, Avervion to Society,
Self Distrust, love of tolltude, Timidity, &0., are some of
the evils produced.
Tnovatarno of persons of all ages can now judge what
Is the cause of Weir declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
singular appearance abotil the eyes, cough and By mptome
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice In.
dulged In when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even wbesiaaleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply immediately.
What a pity that ayoung man, thellose of his coun
try, the darling orbits parents, should be snatched iroin
all prospects and enjoyments of lith, by the consequence
of deviating from the path of nature and Indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons mow, before contem
reflect that a needed mind and body are the most neces
sary requisites to promote connubial bappinesa. Indeed,
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darken' to the view;
the mindbecomea shadowed with'despair and Oiled with
the melamoholly reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Disease of Imprudence.
When the misguided lad Imprudent votary of pleasure
finds that he has imbibed the seeds of this painful dis
ease, it too often hapene that an 111-timed sense of shame
or dread of discovery, deters him from applying lo those
who, from elueation and respectability, can alone be
friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on
this borr d disease make their appearance, such as ul
cerated sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in
the head and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, nodes on
the chin bones and arms, biddies on the head, face and
extremities progressing with frightful rapidity, at
last the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall
in, and the victim of this awful disease become • a horrid
objtel, of commiseration, till death puts a period to his
dreadfu 1 sufferings, by sending him to " that llediscov
vered Country from whence no traveler returns) ,
It is is malanchall fact that thousands fall victims to
this terrible disease, owing to the unskilfullness of igno
rant pretenders, who by the nee of that Deaditt /Wimp
Mercury, ruin the constitution and make the realdue o
Trust not your lives or health, to the care of the many
Unlearned and Worthless Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or characler, who copy Dr. Johnson's adver
vertisements, or style themselves In the newspapera,
regularly Educated. Physicians incapable of Curing, they
keep you trifling month after month taking their filthy
and poisonousness compounds, or as long as the smallest
fee can be obtained, and in despair, leave you with ruin
ed health to sigh over your galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnson Elbe only Physician advertising.
Hie credential or diplomas always hangs in his office.
His remedies or treatment are unknown to all others,
prepared from a life spent in the gr eat hospitals of Eu
rope, the first in the country and a more extensive Pri
vate Practice than any othor Physician in the world.
Indorsement of the Press.
The many thousands etiredt this Institutton year af
ter pear, and the numerous important Surgioal Opera
tions performed by Dr. Johnson, witnesesed by the re
porters of the "Sun," .0 tippet. and many other pam
Pore, Unlined of which lame appeared again and again
before the public, bealliett his Standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, is ' a sufficient guarrantee
tt•kin Diseates Speedily:Cured.
Persona writing ahould be particular In directin g their
letters to hie lnetatution, in the 431lowingmanner
JOHN M. JOHNSON, M. D.
Of the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, ltd.
, WM. T. BISHOP,
ATTORNEY - AT--LAW
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO WYETH'S HALL,
OPPOSITE NEW COURT-HOUSE.
Consultations in German and English.
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HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 23,. 1862.
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We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles ait are desirable, and
would respectfully' call your atention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, 01,1EXIOALS & PAINTS
on., varntshes and Glues,
Die-Stuffs, Olase and Piatty,
t Artist Colors and Tools, a
Put* Ground Spices}
Burning Fluid and &Leonel,
Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils,
Bottles, Vials and Laosp Globes,
Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks,
&c., &c.l &c., &c. &c.„ &c.,
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
Selected from the lit manufacturers and Pe
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Being very large dealers in
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PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of nil kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we eel
as low as it can be purchased in theAties.
MAY ER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS
COAL MI CARBON OIL 1
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
oiler inducements to close buyers. Ooal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lampe changed to barn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know no
their superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and ap
pearance of their Cattle.
Our long experience 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 furnish
'anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestow,
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
business, a careful selection of
at fair pribes, and the * desire to please all, to
merit a continuance of the favor of a diecriiii
inatb3g pnblia apler,dly
I4large supply , of fresh Balad Oil. , in
larsol'ond midi bottles, gild Of ditrerent , brinds,
resolved and for Isle by
WY. DOME, Jo.
Our York Correspondent.
For the Telegraph.]
Yosur, May 21, 1862.
Mr. EDITOR:—If there be two things, that
afford more pleasure and joy to the Union citi
zens of this locality, than any thing else, it is
the triumphant successes of the Federal arms,
and the unceasing and scathing manner in
which the Morning Tstanaera pours hot shot
into the ranks of the dismayed and terrified
Breckinridgers. So, on the other hand, if there
be any two things, that chagrins and saddens
this same class of Breckinridgers, more than
anything else, I take it to be the fact, that the
rebellion is so nearly crushed out, for which
the Administration is attaching , to, and cover
ing itself, with so much glory and praise, and
els° that the Morning 'l'mm:okapis is so success
ful in, removing the flimsy yell, which covers
their real disunion sentiments, thus exposing
them to the bitter scorn and contempt of all
the lovers of their country. How remarkably
fastidious and eyeful these Breckinridge De
-Inocrats are, that nothing unconstitutional be
enacted by Congress. They wait until they
hear the souraTof the trumpet, trumpetted by
their model man, Vallandighare, and then with
holy horror they raise their hands and exclaim,
it is unconstitutional. By so doing,-they only
wish to embarrass the Administration and
thereby protract tabs accursed rebellion.—
Though they have no words of condemnation
and reproach ifor the rebels, yet they hesitate
not.to pour out their vials of wrath upon the
heads of patriots, who are straining every nerve
to establish the supremacy of the Federal Gov
ernment. Let the Morning Tansanern go on,
exposing these traitors in disguise, and it will
continue to receive the plaudits of all good
Governor Curtin reflected much credit upon
himself and upon the Union citizens of this
county, by appointing John A. Wilson, req.,
Notary Public;'a man remarkable for his inte
grity of character, and his unwavering attach
ment to the Union—who does as much, as any
man in our midst towards exposing the schemes
of the Breckinrklgers r —std towards removing
the scales front the eyes of the igniirant. On
account of his social character and his extensive
circle of acquaintances, he frequently comes in
contact with country people, Whose minds have
been disaffected by the oily tongues of traitors
in disguise. He seldom fails to correct the
error and to send them on their way rejoicing.
..Yours, &c. . - J.
BY MEG 'fl
FROM QA IRO.
NOTHING LATER FROM THE FLEET.
Arrival of Deserters from Beaurp-
They Report an Amy of 130,000 }labels
Rebels Suffering Greatly from Sickness.
Beanregard Confiantly Among His
Troops Making Speeches.
HIS ARE Y SUBSISTING ON
THE MKS Or THE RIVERS LINED
Oommodore Farragut's Fleet en route
The steamer De Soto from the flotilla, has
arrived but brings no additional news. A flag
of truce came up yesterday from the fleet,
returned and came up the second time.. The
object of its mission was not ascertained. The
opinion still prevails that Fort Wright is ,
Deserters from the rebel camp at Corinth a
week ago have arrived,. and report that Bean
regard had one hundred and thirty thousand
men, thirty thousand being held as a re
serve under Breckinridge.
• The rebels are suffering greatly from sickness.
An average of six hundred, are daily being sent
from the camps over the Memphis and Charles
ton road. All the houses along the railroad
are used as hospitals.
Beanregard is continually among his troops,
making speeches and using every effort to en
courage them. His troops are subsisting on
half rations, which are said to be of a miserable
quality and issued once a week.
The rifle pits around Corinth command all
the approaches to the Mobile and Ohio railroad
for thirteen miles long. The rebels are making
extraordinary efforts to procure heavy guns, of
which they acknowledge they have but a poor
A special dispatch to the Cairo Journal says,
that Clay King, a noted guerilla chief has been
publicly disgraced froni the southern army by
an order publicly read on drawl parade at
Corinth not long since.
Cnicatio; May 22.—[Special to the Traune.]
—The, captains of the steamers plying between
here and the flotilla report over one thousand
refugees Below New Madrid. The banks of
the river are fairly lined with theni, begging
SO be taken aboard and carried North.
Deserters from on board , the Benton on Tues
day report that Com. Farragut's fleet had left
Vicksburg on Saturday last, its destination
THE GUERILLA WAR IN MISSOURI.
Roma, May 20
A train of seventeen wagons, laden with
Government stores, which left here on Mon
day, was overtaken to-day, when, about twenty
miles out on theamingfleld, by a band of rebel
guerillas, •who burned the rigors; and contents
ands carri - Cd , off URN the miles:- eighty-six 'hi
MAILS FOR NEW ORLEANS,
The News From Abroad.
THE RUMORS OF INTERVENTION CREATED
BY THE SECESSIONISTS.
Emancipation in the District of Columbia
WASHINGTON, May 22.
The following order was issued by order of
the Secretary of War • .
Brig. Gen. C. P. Buckingnam, United States
volunteers, is assigned to seecial duty in the
War Department,' from the Ist inst.
The commissary general of prisoners, and
commanding officers having charge of prisoners
will, as soon as practicable, forward to this
office a list of , prisoners showing their rank,
regiment, where captured, date of confinement,
and where confined. A similar list will be fur
nished of the new detachments as often as they
may arrive at the several places of confinement.
By direction of the President of the United
State, Assistant Surgeon J. J. Butler, United
States Army, is struck from the rolls of the
Capt. Liiringston has been appointed to the
Norfelk. Navy Yard, and not Capt. Ritchie as
Spofford, Fleston &, Co. have offered their
steamers to the Post Office Department as mall
steamers between New York and New Orlesne,,
via Key West, at a compeneation agreed upon,
and the Postmaster General has accepted them
for temporary service. Mails will therefore be
dispatched by these steamers with more regu
larity. They will also be forwarded as hereto
fore by the Government transports sailing frotn
The news from abroad is healthful. It is as
certained that the rumors of intervention have
been creations of the secessionists being with
out any foundation in fact.
The Fugitive Slave Law Commissioners, to
day, decided on the points raised yesterday. It
was discretionary with them to allow cross
examination as to the identity and ownership,
and therefore they permitted it in the case of
Stephen, claimed by a citizen of Maryland..-=
This case was concluded by the remanding of
the slave to the claimant.
This morning while the Seventy-sixth regi
ment, of New York, was marching through the
city a number of civil o ffi cers, provided with
judicial papers, seized two negroes from the
ranks, and soon placed them beyond the proba
bility of rescue. An effort was made to
arrest six or eight other alleged fugitive
slaves, when many of the soldiers interfe
red, pointing their muskets at the police and
warning them of the danger of persistence.—
They therefore prudently retired, the negroes
departing under the protection of their nillititrY
friends. A great excitement, for a short time )
existed, consequent upon these proceedings,
which will, it is said, be investigated ty the
proper authorities, in order that difficulties of
the same character may be preveuted in the
Information has been received at the State
Departnient from the United States Consul at
Buenos Ayres that the increased duty of one
and a half per cent, on all imports, levied upon
an increased valuation often per cent., to be
paid in cash, went into effect on the first day of
January last. Also that the increased duty of
two and a half per cent., making ten per cent.
in all, upon all exports went into effect on the
first of 'March last..
From Gen. HaHeck's Army.
ORDER . EXPELLING CIVILIANS :FROM TM!
NEWSPAPER REPORTERS INDIGNANT.:
Quo, May 22
Reporters of the New York,-Boston, Phila
delphla and Cincinnati papers, expelled from
General Halleck's camp, have published a uni-
ted protest this morning. They say that Gen.
Haßeck alleged no offence against them as:
journalists, and said repeatedly that he bad no .
objectiuna to anything they might write, as he
did not oare what newspapers published. But
the enemies had spies in the camp, and in order
to make snie to exclude them, he had resolved
to exclude all civilians. The reporters offered
satisfactory proofs of their loyalty, but Gen,
Halleck abruptly said he would take no proofs
of loyalty. Two of their number had passes
authorizing them to pass within the lines of any
of the United States forces, issued at the War
Department, and.signed by Colonel Anson Sta
ger. General Halleck said he had no official
knowledge of the issue of such passes, and if
he had he should not respect them. The order
expelling civilians is not rigidly- enforced, as
many civilians remained in camp, and others
pass daily from the rear without encountering
From Gen. Fremont's Army.
Carokao, May 22
Capture of Two Notorious Guerillas.
SEIZURE OF THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE
Important Information Obtained.
IN ATTACH BY TIM REBELS PBBYINTED.
Col. Cook in an expedition, captured, yester
day, two notorious gueiWas. He also seized
the telegraph office at - Covington, where he
learnfrom the dispatches that the 'rebel Gen.
Jack was about sending several regiments
from Stanton to Covington, whereupon Col.
Cook advanced his force to Jackscin river bridge
orLtheCentral railroad and burned the , struc
ture, thus preventing the movement.of Jack
son's troops, and enabling Col. Cook to protect
the region on this side from attack. .
and the Fugitive Slave Law.
CHICAGO, May 22
FitA.NIELIN, Vs, May 22
PRICE ONE CENT.
XXXITIIth Congress—First Session
WASHINGTON, May 22
Mr. WADE, (Ohio,) moved to take up the bill
donating public lands for the benefit of colleges
for the instruction of agriculture and the mech
Mr. LANB, (Sansas,) and Mr- WILKINSON,
(Minnesota,) opposed the 'notion.
The bill was taken up by a vote of 23 yeas
to 19 nays, and was further discussed till 1
At 1 o'clock the Senate proceeded to organ
ise itself into a high court of impeachment for
the trial of West H. Humphrey, Secretaryrof
Col. Jom W. Pommy administered the proper
oath-to the Vice President and Senators.
The House was notified that the Senate was
organized into a high court of impeachment
and ready to receive the managers of the trial
for impeachment from the House.
The managers on the part of the House,
Messrs. Bingham, Pendleton, Dunlap and Train,
then appeared at the door of the Senate.
The managers took seats at stable which had
been placed directly in front of the Vice Presi
dent's desk. The managers then rising, Mr.
BINGHAM read the articles of impeachment
made by the House _against West H. Humph
reys, for high crimes and misdemeanors, and
demanded in the name of all the people of the
United States,and the House of - Representatives
—that said West H. Humphreys be called upon
to answer to the high crimes alleged against
The Vici Passosarr informed the managers
that the Senate would-take proper order in the
case, and due notice would be given to the
House when the court adjourned for the pre
The Senate considered the tax bill, end agreed
to the bill, taxing whisky at 20 cents per gal
lon, and, alter reaching the 63c1 section, ad
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House resumed the consideration of the
Mr. SZLIaIY, (Pa.,) rising to a personal expla
nation, said he found in the Globe language
which he did not hear uttered on this floor yes
terday, and part of. this language was not on
the notes of the reporter. Be caused the alleged
interpolated words to be read as follows:
Mr. Vomums—Whenever the gentleman from
Mr. KELIXS. Ido not yield to the gentle-
VOORIMESIC You shall yield. I denounce
the member's statement as false. I denounce
him here as a. calumniator.
The SPEAKER. The gentleman from Indiana
is out of order and will take his seat.
Mr. Vooansms. I will allow no men to im
peach my loyalty to this Government, and
especially I will not allow the member from
Pennsylvania, who has signalised. biraielf on
this floor for nothing but the defence of
[By some means we have been deprived of
the balance of the report having connection
with the above.—En. TELEGRAM]
Mr. PH3LPS, (M 0.,) dissented from the views
expressed by the gentleman who had just taken
his seat. We are governed by the Constitution,
which has ample power; which' in tine of war
as in peace is always the same, 'and not subject
to different interpretations to meet circum
stances. He was for the enactment of sluchmea
, sures as would put down this infamous rebel
lion. He had no spwpathy with traitors. He
desired that the Union should be restored
as it was. He did not speak as a
partizan, but as one determined to aid
the Government in suppressing the rebel
lion and restoring peace throughout the court
' try. He argued, referring to high authorities
to sustain him, that private property on land is
not subject to capture, seizure or confiscation.
Those taking part in this civil war, their alders
and abettors, are guilty of treason and on con
viction may be punished by forfeiture of their
lives. He had no scruples in subsisting our
army with supplies drawn from the enemy or
levying contributions for the purpose and he
set forth what may be done in time of war.
Mr. SLR, (Pa.,) said members are divided
in their opinions on the measures pending, but
there was one purpose on which the majority
were nearly united, namely: That the govern
ment should not be curtailed of its territory by
the *amender of a single foot of soil. People
will not tolerate a conventional separation of
any portion of the Union. If this was not our
solemn purpose we should not hesitate a
moment to And a Minister to Richmond to
to arrange terms of peace. The war is to be
ended by arms and not by chickanary of the
diplomatist, in the language of the Governor
of Tennessee. If we make terms with the
rebels, we would not have peace for sixty
years—we must not only extinguish the rebel
lion, but exterminate its cause and animating
principle—that of slavery. Emancipation
stands on higher ground than confiscation.
The debate was continued by Mr. WALLAOII,
(Pa.,) who favored the confiscation, and Mr.
Kiraxmor, (N. Y.,) who recommended the
adoption of as moderate measures as circum
stances would admit, although he was ready to
go to any length to restore the Union.
The House then took a recess till 7 o'clock,
for the purpose of debate only.
In the evening peeches were made by Mr.
Mamas, (Ky.,) and FESSENDEN, (Me.)
DESTRUCTIVE STORM. ,
MoConamsauaa, Pa., May 22
One of the most terrific hails torms ever wit
nessed passed over this town about 6 o'clock
last evening. Nearly all the windows in the
place fronting the storm were shivered. The
young leaves and shoots were all cut from the
trees, and the ground covered several inches
deep with hailstones, some of which were at
least tbree inches in diameter, and weighed
seven ounces. The grain fields in the pathway
of the storm were utterly ruined. .
Markets by Telegraph.
Nsw YOBIC, May 21.
Cotton firm, sales of 14,000 bales at 28.
Flaur heavy, sales of 14.000 bales at $4.260
4 - 36 for state; $4 90®5 10 for Ohio .and
$4 66®5 60 for southern. Wheat s teady,
sales of 658;000 bushels at 8401 03 for Chi
cago spring ; 90®103 for .Milwaukie club and
06®1 10 for red western. Corn advanced
one cent, sales of 7,000 bushels at 471449.
Pork heavy. Whisky dull.
CONGRESSIONAL =GOON AT CIECIOAGe.
• Oncatio, May 22: . •
The official fontinga complete, in The Con
gressional election, Ninth (Astrid, gave W. J.
Allen seven hundred and forty-two plurality.