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COLOSSAL GOLDEN' CHARIOT.
A.,bur g &co. take both vide
'lmmure is c ailing the attention
thserumnatina puollo to she Tact
titvy (kith a determine ion to
aside every opp ad ion or what
rer lend or rature,) hate weal
et ibis Letabbe..inent the ellOr-
IS atm or
mate it surpass anything the
rid ever before have seen. It
w rises pro eminent over every
,nwot.em-. All liaoadvmalave
'lamb, talent and experience could
immand, have been brought lute
Austitiou in starting this glgan
enterprise. Recently, walla
. Yea emburgh was le foreign
tetras, collecting Animals for tail
sionagerie, reports alas death were
'lie VAN AIIBURGIE STILL LIVES
ik and will accompany the Menagerie,
1 and boar living testimony that ho
Ni t is Nor dead. This
The only one In America,
hi an entire new outfit,
SAAs. With new Horses,
New Colossal Golden
ai m New Gorgeptisly Painted
4. 4 INF la New spring Wagons and
New Six centre-pole Can-
Six Times as Large as
any ordinary Cirous.
I Sk s :, The unperallelled and.raoat trium
pliant success whion has atte :de d
4 this time honored institution, is with
out precedent. The Menagerie he
-_- the 6trOutl3, about 10 A. Y., will form
A MOVING PAI3ORATILki
in Oriental Splendor, nearly
one mile in length,
,r" sir FREE TO ALL. -la
j i The immense Pavalion will senora°•
t*:" date many tbuttsands ; so ad who
may (Mime can see
. LIVING WILD ANIMALS
tfrom every clime; alto,
• TRH GREAT VAN AMBURGJI
MONDAY AND TUES DA Y June 9th and 10th.
CARLISLE, NV ekluvsklay, Juno 11th,
Doors open at 1 and 7 o'clock
CHILDREN under nine gems
ICE CREAM I ICE CltEADiri
(ENE of the greatest improvements of
N_Y tbe age is Pyne k Barr's Patent Ice Cream Freezer
'a'' , Fag Beater, the great saver of labor. The sm a ll
leant y el ice used and the exceeding short space or
tee tequired to make good ice cream to one of thou.
Pretzels, ',tight to taduee every family to purchase one
01 th"lXt They have received several silver medals and
the biAbcst premiums at exhibit one, over all Other
VrenerB now iu use. A printed circular containing the
Yeri best receipt for malting ice cream, Perm custard,
Ice Waters, At., with a number of certificates aid fall
tree lons accompany each Freezer.
All " rd e" ter zreezer., county or State rights will be
!Mullet to by ad resems W. "ARE;
11 - P. &W. C. TAYLOR'S NisW SOAP.
•It is motioniical and highly detersive. It con'
Isms no Dalin and silk out waste. It ig warranted not
ie the hatiOS. It will impart au agreeable Odor,
therefore suitable for every purpose. /Or
WM. DOCK, Jr, & 00.
11J n PERIOR Quality of Imperial and RI AU
for sato by moaccs & BowmAN,
comer Trout and nuke; shoot&
HAS disdovered the most certain, speedy
and effetenal remedy In the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
RELIEF IN SIX TO TWELVE BODES.
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Two Days.
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, etrietures, Anecdote'
of the hidneys and Bleeder,
_lnvoluntary discharges, Im
potency, General Debility, N ervouaoets , Dyspepsy, lan
guor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Heart. Timidity, Tremblinga, Dimness of Sight or Giddi
ness, Weems of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, life's
thins of the Liver, Lungs. Stomach or Bowels—those ter
rible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth
--those UMW and solitary practaas more fatal to the It
victims than the song of evens to the Mariners of My's
, see, blighting their moat brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, ho.,imposaible.
especially, who have become the ;victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an untimely grave thourands of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect,
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of elegem:es 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, onside deb&
ty, deformities, M., speedily cured.
Be who places himself under the care of .Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and msn
fidently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored.
This distressing Affection—Whig:a renders 1 lie misera
ble and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulgences. 1 ming personaare too
apt to commit emerges from not being aware - of the
dreadful conseq. emcee that may ensue. Now, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow
er of procrtation is lost sooner ay those failing into im
proper habits than by the prudent? Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy oifltpring, the Most se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body abd mind
arise The system becomes deranged, the ebyalcal and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power.
Nervious Irratlbihty, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Clinstitution .1 Debility, a Wasting of the
Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death,
Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from Banlesaa street, a law door.
from the corner. Pail not to observe tome and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. lite Doc
tor's Diplomas hang In his office.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
No Mercury or Nauseous Drugt,
Member of the BOal College of surgeons, London, Grad
uate from Cue or the most eminent Colleges in the United
States, mid 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 one es
that were ever known ; many troubled with ringing in
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
wore cured Immediately.
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have inturld themselves I
by improper Indulge ,es and smeary habits, which ruin
both body and mind, unfitting them for either business,
study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholly effects prO -
deiced by early habits of youth, : Weakneal of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Loos of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the heart, Dys
pepsy Nervous lrratlbil ty, Derangement of theDgestive
Functions, Geaeral Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
Mgereme.—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas , De
pression of Spirits, Evil Forboaings, Avers= to Society,
Self Distrust, Love of !solitude, Tunidity t sto., are some of
the cells produced.
THOUSANDS. of persons of all ages can now judge what
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
singular appearance about the eyes, Lough and symptoms
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice I n
dniged in when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his coun
try, the darling (Whim parents, should be snitched from
all prospects and enjoyments of lite, by the consequence
of deviating from the path of nature and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons rimer, before contem
reflect that a sound mind and body are they most neces
sary requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed,
without these, the journey through Ufa becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ;
the mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled with
the melanoholly red. coon that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Disease of Imprudence.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
finds tbat be has imbibed the seeds of this painful dis
ease, it too often havens that an GI-timed sense of shame
or dread of discovery, deters him from applying to those
who, from eiumbon and respectability, inn • alone be
friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on
this herr d disease make their appearance, such as ul
cerated sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in
the bead and limbs, dimness of Bight, deafness, nodes on
the shin bones and arms, blotches on the head„ face and
extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till 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
obiset of commiseration, till death puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings, by sending him to n that Efediscov
eared Country from whence no traveler returns."
It is a meiancholly 'fact that thousands fall victims to
this terrible disease, owing to the finskiffeltness of igno
rant pretenders, who by the use of that Deadly Poison,
Mercury, ruin the constitution aed make the residue o
. 1 25
Trust not your lives, or iletiltb, to the care of the many
Unlearned and Worthless Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or charaeler, who copy Dr. Johnson's adver
vertisemente, or style themselves In the newspapers,
regularly liducated Physicians incapable of Curing, they
keep you trilling month aler month taking their filthy
and potsonousntes 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 is the only Physician advertising.
His credential or diplomas always bangs in his
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 reentry and a more extensive Pri
vate Practice than any other Physician in the world.
Indorsenient of ifiiifeso
The many thouaauda cured at this Institution year af
ter, year, and the numerous important Surgical Opera
dons performed by Dr. Johnson, witneeased by the re
portera of the "Sun," "Clipper," and many other pa
pere, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, beeldea his standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, is a sunetant guarrantee
akin Moues hpeedily Cured.
Persons writing should be particular in directing their
uattera to his Institution, in the following manner :
JOHN M. JOHNSON, X. D.
01 the Baltimore Look Hospital, Baltimore, lid
I UMBRELLA NIAICHAOTORY !
No. 69, liiarket Street, below Third,
imum arna ,
1 : 10 M. H. LEE ,
A/FANETAOTURER OF UMERFLLA M.
PABSC/LS Ra. WALKING CAGES, will tarok&
goods at UMW PRIM thou an be bought in any of
he &stem elites. Country notrobanta Will do well to
all and minim prior end quality, and eonrieee the Ea
elves of this,fact
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1862.
FREIGHT REDUCED 1-
HOWARD & HOPE
MORT 9 QUICK ROUTE
TO AND FROM
Goods Ordered in the
the same Night.
Leave New York at 71 P. M., bx the Fast
Through Kr.press Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at 8 A. M.
WITHOUT ORANGE OF OARS.
Order Goods marked
via ROPE EXPRESS CO.,
General Office, 182 Broadway, New York
For further Information enquire of
GEO. BERGNER, Agent.
1 1 / a utmatraci, Aug. 1861.-dtf
BOOKS FOR FARMERS,
r •HE attention of agriculturists is directed
I. to the following works, which will enable
them, to increase the quantity and value of
their crops by adding science and the experi
ments of others to their experience :
STEPHEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the best way toperform them. Price....B 60
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
Economy 4 00
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by A11en....1 00
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Buel .. 75
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL
TURE, by Johnston 50
THE AMERICAN FARMER'S new and uni
versal handbook, with 400 engravings.. 2 50
AN PAW METHOD OF MANAGING •
PEW), by Weeks 20 1
The Nature and Treatment of Diseases of
Cattle, by Dadd 1 00
LEIBIG'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY 76
MILOH COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk, butter,
cheese, by Flint 1 60
GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by
Lynch 1 50
SAXTON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the
Horse, the cow, the pig, fowls, ac., &c.. 1 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Prac
tical Farmer, by Dr. Gardner 1 50
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS 75
THE FIELD BOOK OF MANURES, or
American Muck Book 1 26
THE HORSE AND HIS 'DISEASES, by
YOUATT ON THE HORSE 1 26
HIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 800K....1 00
HORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking and
Training of Horses 75
Standard Books, School Books, and every
thing in the stationery line, at lowest prices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
"THE PIS IdIGHTIEB, THAN THE
THE LARGEST STOOK,
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STYLES AND PATTERNS
Gold and Silver Pencil and Pen
In the market, is to be found at
BERGNEWS CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everything in the line, just received in large
nuantltlea and for sale very low by
WU DOOR. Jr k en.
HARRISBURG COAL OIL DEPOT
FUR the safety of (mummers, we . have
established a Col Oil Depot et the corner of Fron
ant Market streets. All our oils are tested and we posi
tively sell none except such as prove to be nonexplosive,
clear and free from odor as far as practicable. We offer
at present the followingjnatly celebrated brands. Mag
nolia, Robinson, Nabrona and homier, lower than can be
pnrabaSei elsewhere in this place, either wholesale or
retail. Also an oiteo23lVO assortment of Lamps, Chim
neys, Shades, Glass Cones, Burners, &o. We will also
change bold or eamphene lamps, so as to be us ed for
coal oal. Call and satisfy yoursel vas, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
aprll Corner of Front and Market street.
'OF ALL KINDS.
Three, four and fiveloiht Trout Rods.
Silk and Hair Trout Llnsa.from 10 to 60 yards long
London Patent Trout lanes, "
Twisted Silk Trout Lines, "
china Gross Limes , .4 41 a, 6t
Linen an) Cotton Duos, 46 14 44 16
Float Lines furnished with Hooks, Corks,
Sr ass Multiplying Reels, 10 to 50 yards.
A lot GP:Moine Trout Flies,
Silk Worm Gut Leaders, bottom lines, 3 to 9 feet.
41 et et Strands.
41 " Snoods, Limerick Hooks, ass't., No. Ito 8
Trout Baskets, Kirby Trout and River Hooks, Limer•
ink Trout and Elver Hooks, Floats, Flasks. and Drinking
Cups. KRUM'S DAVI AND FANCY STORE,,
my 2 91 Market. Street.
IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY.
DR . P . H. J., A IiACH, Surgeon Den-
Manntiusturer of Mineral Plate Teeth, the only
method that obviates every objection to the use of arti
ficial testa, embracing partial, half and whole sets of one
piece only, of pure mid Mdestructisli mineral, there are,
no crevices for the aoecumulation eternal! particles of fool
and thereihro, no offensive oder from the breath, as no ass.
tal Is usedin their construction, there can be no galvanic
action or metallic Mate. Hence the ladle (dual is not an.
noyed with sore throat, headache, fit. Moe No. 411
North Second street, Harrisburg.
oral% CO' •
MitBONS "CHALLENGE BLACKING.,
100 Gross, assorted lises,Pist received, sad tor
Sale at Wholesale prices,
dell WM. DOGR, Jr., & Co.
POUNDS Extra Prima Lugar
6.000 Hama for sale very low wholesale
Or retell by WM. WOK JR., & 00
DAKMIL'S Chooolato, and Cocoa also
II Hecker's ]?arias, for sale by
NICHOLS & sowmax,
Omer Front and Market streets.
RELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
kifiG•ILY CONCIINTRA MVP
A Positive and Specide Remedy
For Disemes or the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine 'nommen the power of Digestion, and
excites the ABSORBENTS inO:bealtny action, by which
the WATERY OR cALOARROO3 depositions, and ell UN
NATURAL isNLARGRIUINTS are reduced, as wall es
PAIN AND INFLAMATION, and is good for
higN,WOMBN OR CHILDREN.
RELMBOLD'S BrIMAM BIICKU,
Arising Dom Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, EarlYU
discretion or abuse.
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indtspositkus to Exertion, ' Lass of Power .
Ices of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness el Vision . , Pam in the Beak
Universal Isarltude_of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions on the Face
PALLID OWN TREANOR,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, whisk this mod
Mine invariably removes, soon follows
IMPOTENCY FATUITY EPILEMO FITS
IN on OF WHICH THE PATIENT MAY mitt&
Who can say that they are not frequeetly followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
"INSANITY 'AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their angering,
EDT NONE WILL _CONFESS.
REMINDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Kelandudy Deaths by Conearaption,
AMPLIMII3IIO3,2O Tall 110121 Or THA ASEIRSITIOA.
THE CONSTITUTION ONON AFFECTED WITH
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
Invigorate the System,
Which linumotnPs EXTRACT MEW iseariabiy doe
A TRIAL WILL CONTIOS TM MOM SKEPTICAL,
LD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEMPLA
IN MANY AFFECTIONS Pt DOLLAR
-u TO 'FEMALES,
the Extract Bache Is unequalled by any other remedy,
as in Ohlowels or Retention, Irregularity, painfulness, or
Suppresslo nof Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Lencorbtes. Whites, Stern,.
ity, and for all complaints incident to the sex, whether
arising from Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in
DECLINE OR MINOS OF LIFE.
me SYMPTOM ABOVE
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Lout zro moan EtesAit, Uscpsor, OR IMPLIABAST 'NNW
OMR FOR ONPLWANT'AND DaFIGFROLFB DIEWSIIR.
HICLAIBOLD'S EXllLtla 110.1 11U
In all their Stages, At little Expense
Little or no change In Diet ; No inconvenience; ;
And ne Esposurs.
It causes a frequent desire and Om strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions.
Preventing and Curing Strictures of too Urethra,
Allaying Pain and Imflamma ll on, so frequent ln the
class of diseases, and expelling all Poisonous, Dileated
and worn-out Matter.
RHO HAM BEEN WE victims 02 QtrAcirs,
and who have psid tutavr nut to be cared in a short
time, have found they were deceived, and that the "rat.
SON" has, by the use of "rowsarm. sirtiairanters, " been
dried up in the system, to break out in an aggravated
Uso Hamann'a =RAM Maw for all alfactions and'
diseases of the
"ether MALK OR FEMALE.
From whatever cause originating and no matter of
HOW LONG STANDING
Diseases ft these Organs require the aid of DUMB no,
lIALNWLD'S EXTRACT MELD
IS THE GREAT DIIIRE=O,
And Is certain to have the desired effect in all Diseases
FOR WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDED.
Evidence of Me 1710 St reliable and responsible character
will accompany the medical.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
PromB to 20 yearn standing,
Wire Nunn Known so
SCIENCE AND FARE.
Pried $1 00 per bottle, or six for $6 00. '
Delivered to any address, securely packed from °beer:,
DEA:WM SYMPTOMS 'NAIL COMMUNICATIONS.
Cures Guaranteed I Advice Gratis I,
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of ttbo
eityor Philadelphia, H. T. Hmanniio, woo being duly
sworn, doth say, big preparations contain no narcotic, no
mercury, or other iedurious drugs, but are purely Irene.
H. T. HELMBOLD.
Sworn mid subscribed before me, this 23d day of No
vember, 1854. WM. P. HIBRERD, Alderman
Ninth St, above Race, Phila.
Address letters for information in confidence to
H. T. BILMSOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 104 South Tenth St. , bal. Chestnut, Phila,
BB WARE OF inOUNTERFItIiTS
AND UNPRINCILFLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose "or MOB 017" and "MHZ"
AMOUR ON THZ RIMUTZTION KITAINIED BY
Geirabold , a Genuine Preparation a,
" Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by C. K. Keller, D. W, Gross, J. Wyeth, gat.
AND ALL DRUG.FIST3 BYERYWHERS.
ASK FOR suanouys. TAKE NO OTHER.
Oat out the advertisement and send for it,
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPOSDRX.
DAN'L. £ MUNCH, AGENT.
CIF the Old Wallower Line respectfully
'Ur inform the public that Ulla Old Daily Transporta
tion Line, (the only Wallower Line now in existence In
this City,) is is in stiOnessfal operation, and prepared to
carry freight as low as any other individual line between
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Wil
liamsport, Jersey Shore, lock Haven and all other whits
on the Northern Central, Philadelphia and Elie and Wil
liamsport and Elmira Railroads.
DANL. A. MUNCH, Agent.
Goods sent Oho Ware Douse of Messrs. Peacock,
Zell k ciinctunem, Nos. 806 and 810 Market street above
Eighth, Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, B. Y, , will arrive at
Harrisburg, ready for delivery next morning.
JOHN B. SMITH
ETAS removed big Boot and Shoe Store
11 from the corner of BOCOnd and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Hayne's Agriculture Sere, where he intends
to keep all kinds of Boots a"d Shoes, Gaiters, an., and a
large stock of Trunks, and everything in his line of bu
siness ; and wilt be thanufnl to receive the patronage of
his old customers and the pub& in general at his new
place of boatmen. All kinds of work made to order in the
best style and by superior workmen. liepairing, done at
short notice. [apr2dtfj MINA BTH.
BALSR'S Cocoa and Sweet Chocolate,
*Jr We at JOHN WIMPS, Third sad Walnut. lay/
To the Secession Sympathizer
'Twill be Ito thanks to you, good air!
'Twill be no thanks to you,
When our troops come marching home from
The Bed, the White, the Blue,
Still floating over them like a cloud
Of glory as they come:
While a nation's blessiugg, long and loud,
Shall shout their welcorhe home !
Oh then 'twill be no thanks to you I
You frowned upon their toil:
At best, 'twas folly in your view—
Until you saw the spoil.
You sighed, and looked amazing wise
At justice's long delay ;
And talked about a "compromise"
To keep the hounds at bay.
Oh! yes, 'twill be no thanks to you!
Ton never spoke one word
Where heart an 4 bands and all were due,
That I have ever heard—
One cheering word of sympathy,
One patriotic prayer—
One word of faith and hope to be
A charm against despair.
'Twill be no thanks to you; good sir,
'Twill be no thanks to you,
When our troops come marching home from
The Red, the White, the Blue,
Still floating o'er them like a cloud
Of glory as they come:
While a nation's blessings, long and loud,
Shall ahout their welcome home.
Yet you shall reap what they have sowed,
A country shall be yours ;
For heroe's blood is streams has flowed,
A richness that endures.
Go eat the fat and drink the sweet,
Bought by the brave and true—
And yet, remember as you eat,
It is no thanks to you!
HE ARRIVAL OF CDLDNEL, KENLY.
The . Battle at Front Royal.
Previous Reports Exaggerated.
NO OFFICERS KILLED.
ONLY FOUR OFFICERS WOUNDED.
Col. John B. Kenly and Surgeon Mitchell, of
the First Maryland regiment, arrived here this
morning at 8 o'clock, from Frederick. There
was a large crowd of loyal citisenawat the depot
anticipating the arrival, and as soon as the
train reached the depot the greatest enthusi
asm was manifested. The officers were besieg
ed, and had great difficulty in getting from the
depot, so anxious was every one present to of
fer his congratulations, and welcome them
back to the city. They finally succeeded in
reaching a carriage, and were conveyed away,
followed by the hearty cheers of the busy
Col. Kenly received a severe sabre wound in
the back of his head, but he is rapidly recover
ing from its effects. He will visit Washington
tomorrow for the purpose of effecting an ex
change for himself sad those of his command
taken prisoners. He will not be at liberty to
see his friends of this city before Saturday.
From Surgeon Mitchell we obtain some inter
esting particulars in regard to the regiment
and the fight at Front Royal.
Previous reports of the causalities in the
Regiment, and almost everything else pertain
ing to the action and subsequent events have
been greatly exaggerated. There were about
760 of the Regiment in the action, of whom
Brat Sergeant Nolan,'Co. A, and thirty privates
taken prisoners. The balance, over 200,
Several of the officers were wounded, as fol
Col. Kenly, sabre cut in the head.
Adjutant Tarr, three sabre cuts on the head,
knd one in the face.
Surgeon Mitchell, slightly wounded in the
Captain Wright, slightly wounded, and a
Lieut. Col. Coalmine and Maj. Wilson were
uninjured, but taken prisoners.
Daring the fight at Front 'Royal the greatest
bravery was exhibited by all the officers and
men of the regiment. The Colonel occupied
the front of the regiment and the Lieutenant
Colonel the centre ; but both were riding up
and down the lines encouraging the men, who
were completely surrounded by superior num
bers. It was while thus engaged that the Colo
nel was wounded. He was immediately
placed in an ambulance by the Surgeon, and
conducted off the field. They were both sub
sequently captured. The report of the firing
into the ambulance is contradicted.
The wound of the Colonel was at first sup
posed to be fatal. When his release on parole
was first offered him, he peremptorily refused;
but the severity of his injuries, and the cer
tainty of's fatal termination if not properly
cared for, added to the solicitations of his offi
cers, induced him to change his purpose.
Adjutant Tarr was supposed to be mortally
wounded, and was left at Winchester by the
rebels on their retreat from that place on Fri
day. When the Surgeon left, however, ho was
sitting np, and there waa no doubt of his
speedy recovery. The other prisoners were all
FROM PENSACOL A.
The steamer Philadelphia has arrived from
Pensacola with dates to the 25th ult., and Key
West edifices of the 80th ult.
Gen. Arnold and his troops still occupy Pen
sacola, and a quantity of stores, &c., have
been removed from Fort Pickens to that place.
Rebel deserters are constantly coming in,
Wilson's Zouaves are throwing up fortifica
tions commanding all the land approaches.--
The Vbioennes lays off the, city.
Oen—Arnold is feeding the poor who are very
Aliont 800 rebel cavalry are in the neigh
boyhood, our pickets capturing some frequently.
The Navy Yard is completely destroyed, and
some 6,000 tons of coal filed by the rebels, is
Two companies of Regulars are on the Phila
delphia, bound to Washington.
The Ninety-first New York Regiment had ar
rived at Pensacola.
The greatest freshet that has occurred since
the memorable flood of 1841, is now prrvalling
in the rivers Lehigh and Delaware. At this
place the lower portion of ihe town bordering
O n the two rivers is inundated, and on River
'Skeet along the Delaware the water has reached
the second stories of the dwellings.
The bridges on the Lehigh between here and
Manch Chunk have all been swept away.
The Lehigh bridge here is partially gone and
will, doubtless, be washed away.
Boats, houses and lumber cover the surface
of the water.
The Lehigh and Delaware canals are both
under water, and the Belvidere, Delaware and
Lehigh Talley railroads are submerged at
The damage to and destruction of property
will be immense.
, All the iron works in the Lehigh Valley are
stopped. The rise of the water was so rapid as
to prevent the escape of many persons from
their houses, and many have been drowned.
The canals will be interrupted for months.
There is no telegraphic communication with
the towns upon the Lehigh above here.
The Lehigh river is now (at 12 o'clock at.) on
The Delaware is still rising.
BALTIXOIII, June s.—Within the past four or
five days, a most Enormous quantity of rain
has fallen in this latitude, and according to the
accounts brought by persons residing in the
county, some damage has been sustained, es
pecially by parties residing near the tine of
Jones' Falls. Several market gardeni base
had their fences carried away, and a considera
ble part of their garden produce destroyed, the
waters rising and washing away the more de
pressed sections of their grounds.
On Gwynn's Fails a culvert of heavy granite
superstructure was destroyed and strong stone
walls tumbled into the stream. During the
afternoon, Jones' Falls were swel len far aobve
the level of the lower streets which conduct to
it, bat no damage of consequence was sus
tained, as tradesmen in that vicinity selthim
store any articles of merchandise below the
principal floor. At Herring Bun the current
was swollen and rapid, and a number of small
out-houses were carried off.
The several military regiments stationed near
the suburbs •of the city, especially those who
have recently arrived here, and had scarcely
sufficient time to arrange and complete their
camp equipage, severely feel the storm of winds
and rains, and scab as could get a furlough
proceeded to the city and secured comfortable
Beistuona, Jane 6
XXIVIIth Congress—First Session
The annual report of the Smithsonian Insti
tute was received and ordered to be printed.
Mr. Gamin (lowa,) introduced a bill for the
establishment of certain National Armories.
Mr. Hera (N. H.,) called up the resolution
offered by him yesterday providing for the ap
pointment of a committee of three on the bet
ter ventilation of the Senate Chamber. The
resolution was adopted.
The bill providing a gov-rnment for the Ter
ritory of Arizona, was taken up.
Mr. Tatudauxt, (111.0 said he could see no
necessity for a government for Arizona. How
many Americans were there in that territory?
Mr. PDXEROY, (Kansas,) thought there were
16,000 inhabitants there.
Mr. Tatnonax. said there were not 9,000 men
in all New Mexico, excluding the Mexicans and
Mr. Lentsm, (Cal.,) said that it was true
that many of them were Mexicans and half
breeds, and they were entitled to the rights of
citizens and a government.
Mr. Sunnat, (Mass.,) moved to postpone the
bill and take up the resolution for the expul
sion of Senator Stark, of Oregon. He con
tended that the committee appointed by the
Senate to examine this case, had found the
Senator disloyal, and it was the duty of the
Senate to act on the question. He was opposed
to disloyalty everywhere.
The Vics PassIDENT said that if the reso
lution was taken up it would supercede the
The motion of Mr. Sumner was rejected
yeas, Miters. Chandler, Clark, Foot, Harlan,
Howard, Howe, King, Morrill, Sumner, Trum
bull, Wade, Wilkinson and Wilmot-13.
NAYS—Messrs. Anthony, Bayard, Browning,
Carlile, Collamer Cowan, Davis, Dixon, Doo
little, Fessenden, Foster, Grimes, Hale, Harris,
Kennedy, Lane (Ind.,) Latham, McDougall,
Nesmith, Pomeroy, Powell, Rice, Saulsbury,
Sherman, Simmons,Ten Eyck, Willey, Wilson,
(Mass.,) and Wright-29.
The Senate proceeded to the consideration
of the tax bill.
Mr. WIOXLIMEI asked leave to offer a resolu
tion requesting the Secretary of War to inform
the House whether General Hunter, in charge
of the Department of touth Carolina, has or
ganised a regiment composed of blacks and
fugitive slaves, and appointed a Colonel and
other officers to command them ; whether
he was authorised to do so by the War Depart
ment; whether he has bleu furnished with
clothing and arms for such persons ; and to re
port any order or correspondence between him
and the Department on the subject.
Mr. Basra, (Ohio,) objected to the introduc
tion of the resolution.
Mr. Wrovaarra said he only wanted to know
the facts, as the statement had been contra
Mr. Como; (Ind.,) hoped the gentleman
would not bring the negro question into the
House to-day, but let it go on with its legis
lative duties. (Laughter.]
Mr. Wroirrxers said he did not hear the re
mark of the gentleman from Indiana.
Owing to the objection, the resolution was
ITsw Youc, June 6.
The House proceeded to the consideration of
the Senate's amendments to the Indian Appro.
J. W. GRAY, widely known for many Years
as the editor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, is
dead. His death was caused by congestion of
PRICE ONE CENT.
EATON, June 5
WASHINGTON, June 5
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES