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BOOK-BINDERS' BUIANG-11/EINES AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND 11A.IMMNES FOR
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters;
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
WOOD TURNING IN ALL IT3 BRANCEERS,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, MO., MC.,
fW Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS.
sir- cash paid for Old Copper, Bross, Bpelter i &o.
STEAM BOILERS, &C.
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both stationary and swinging. Sash
Wei.hts and various other building castings, for sale
very cheap at the [ray2l-Iy] ;Gib. WORKS.
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Co'mpany of Philadelphia.
OF.FIOE NO. 408 CHESTNUT STREET.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS..
THOMAS RIDO WAY, Prgaident
SOHN V. JAMS, actuary,
O . ODITINU E to 'make INSURANCE ON
LIVEN on the most reaso.. able terms. • -
They aet as Faccutors, Trustees and Guardians under
last Wills. and as Recotvers.aini assignees
The capital being paid pp an I:invested, together with
a large and constawly inure ming reservedlund, • offers a
perfect sneer ty tigitk3 insured.'
The premiums MI" be paid yearly, half yearly or quar
terly.. , .
Ihe company add a BONUS periodbadly to the limn
relines for lie. Thu VIELST BONUS Appropriated in Dew
cumber, 1844, the SECOND B !NUS in Draember, 184 9,
the THI )14 . 1.1S in December, 1854, and the FOURTH
BONUS In 1859. These additions aro mule without re•
quint% any increase in the premiums to be pa id to iho
Tue following are a few example; from the Register :4
lAmount or Polley and
Sum Bonus or bonus lobe Increased
Pulley. Insured I addt ion by tutare additions.
No. 8)52506 I S 887 bu 63,887 50
132 3000 1,050 k 0.1“ 4,050 00
" 1991010.'.40000 1,400 00 .
" 838 I 5000 I 1,875 00' I , 6,875 00
Agent at Harrisburg and viontity,
ICE CREAM ! ICE CREAM ! !
ONE of the greatest improvements. of
the age is Pyue & Barr's Patent lee Cream Freezer,
anu Egg Better, toe great saver or labor. , The small
quantl yor ice used and the exaeediug short space of
t me required to mane good Ice cream in one or their
Freczars, ought to induca every family to purchase one
of diem. They have received several silver medals and
the highest prqmiums at exhibiteni, over all nth
Freezers now in use. A printed circular containing the
very best receipt for miming lee cream, frozen custard,
ice waters, &c„ witna number of certificates aid full
directions accompany each Freezer.
All orders for Ereezera, county , or State rights will b
attended to by addressing • W. BARR,
my9-42m Harrisburg, Pa.
LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.,
JUST received a full supply of Lyken
Valley but Coal, delivered by the, patent weigh
carte. For sale by ,' JAMES R. WHEELER.
FILIWti Lemons and Raisins, just re
ceived and for sale low by _
NIA WILS dBOWMAN,
jel4 Corner l'iont and Market stree's.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles et different styles of bindlng, at 900, $1 95
$1 60, 14,.43, 44, $6 and $lO, Also Pocket Bibles of dif-
Wrest styles and prices at BUBEETENS Bookstore.
FLY PAPER. •
moFANCY COLORED Faker, ready cut, for
covering I olkirtg Glasses, Picture Vaannes, &o.
n and other new patterns for sale at . '
BliliGN ea'S .OHEAP BOOIChTORIII.
HAY! HA.Y I I
A SUPERIOR article of Baled Hay, at
si7 00 per Lon for sale by
ebIS JAMES M. WHEELER.
SCHIEFFELIK BROTHERS &CO.,
A • . . •
A ND DI A LERS in Fancy Goods,
fumery, Also agents for tbiemile'•ot Roll nett
Petroleum, Illuminating Oil, superior to any coal oil •
furnished in any quantities at the lowest market rates.
170 and 172 W Uiam Nreet
a27d6ml NEW YORK.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS,
DEBT PENS in the world, for 75c, s l. 25
1 . 11 $1 50, $2, $3, and $4, for sale at
teblb-7 SCHBFFER'S Bookstore.
ATTENTION FARMERS I
YTRES, SNATIIS, GRAIN CRADLES,
RAKES, BOYTELE STONES and RIFLES in great
variety, to be bad cup at
GILBERT'S Hardware. Store,
jelo-dtf Opposite tha Court .1 ones
111 RD Fountains and seed Boiee, Ca-
AI nary and Hemp seed for sale by
NICHOLs & ao*BIAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
FAMILY WASHING- a excel
lent Substitute for Indigo, for sa to at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of NIOROLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets
00 ini LBS. Jersey Sugar Cured
IU/ llama, and a splendid lot or osrego
set lork),Corn,yed Sugar Cured Hams, just received.
aprlB ' - W. DOCK, JR., & CO.
PURE Cider Vinegar, which we warrant
to be made solely from eider, just resolved and for
sale low by NICHOLS lr, r 0 ry MAN,
felt Corner Front and Mark et streets.
§WLDIER'd CAMP COMPANION. A
very convenient ' Portfolios,
Desk ; also,
Books, l'ortmonnates, 80., at
n2O SCHEFBEIt'S BooltsruyttP
EXTRA Family Flour; just received a n d
warranted to give satisfaction, for sale by
Comet Of Front and Market street.
DE Cider Vinegar, warranted, just
received and for ale. by
NIOHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Aferkefbireets;.
UTTER, Water, soda and Sweet.crpak;
erkitleaN mum '
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(Iper ' '
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LTAS discovereid the most certsm, speedy
.1.1 and effetcual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
BELIE IN SDI TO TWELVE NOUBB
No Merctry 'or IfOldous Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Two Days.
Weakness of the Back cr,Limbs, Strictures, Affections
of the h idneyn and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Im.
potency, Neneral Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsy, Lan
e uor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Pa Ipitation of the,
Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Bight or 43iddi.
ness, Di seas@ of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affee,
dons of the Liver Lungs, Stomach or Bowela—those ter
rible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth
--those nosier and. solitary practices more fatal to their
victims than the song of ,ryrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses,- blighting their moat brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, arc., imPossible.
. YoOg Meit
ispecially, who two become the !victims of SoliMry
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to .1111. untimely grave thourands of Young
Milt of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellezt,
wbo might otherwise have entranced listening. Senates
with the thunders of elOquence or waked to ecstasy the,
living lyro,,may call with full conildcnce.
Married Persons, or Young Alen contemplating mar
riage, being awareof physical weakness, organic debili
ty; Lieformities, &c., speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care el Dr. J. may
religienfily confide in his honor as a gentleman, and con
fidently-rely upon 13113 skill'as a Physician.
Immediately Cared, and full vigor Restored.
This distressuig'Affer,tion...which renders I ife misera-
ble and marriage impossible-- is the penalty paid by the
hrietims of improper indulgences. Young persons are too
agt, to comma eremites from not being aware of the
dreedial conseifeetioes tbat may enaue. Now, who that
understands thesubjectwill pretend to deny that the pow
er of procreation is lost sooner ry those fatties - 'into lm-
proper habits than by the prudent . .13midell being de
prived the pleasures of healthy untiring, the most se
rious and . destrUctive eymptoms to both body and mind
arise. The sysaen becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Feactions Weakened, Leos of Procreative Tower,
Nervious Dysnensia,.Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Constitution,. 1 :Debility, a Wasting of the
Frame, Clough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
'Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left band aide going from Baltimore street, a Jew door.
from the corner. Fail not to observe neme and number.
Lettere must be paid and contain a stamp. - The Doc
tor's Diplomas bang in his office. .
A Cure . Warranted in Two Days.
No Rosary or Nauseous Drugs,
Member of the Royal Couege of Surgeons, London, Grad
uate from one of the most eminent Colleges in the United .
States, and the greater part of whose lite has been spent
In the hospitals of,liondun, Paris, Philadelphia; and else
where, has effected some of the most Astonishing cures
that were ever known; many tronbled with .ringing in
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at,sudden sounds, • bashfulnese,' with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with,derangement of mind
were cured Immediately,
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured themettlYeu
by imOroper indurge..ce anal saisisity - Intbita, WAD% rein
both body and mind, unfitting them for either business,
study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melaucholly effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz : Wdakness of the
Beek and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness if Sight,
Loss of Muscular. Power, Palpitation of the • heart, Dys .
pepsy, Nervous Irratibil ty, Derangement of theThgestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
MatsuiLin—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas , De
pression of Spirits, Evil Forbodings, Avers`on to Society,
Self Distrust, Love ef ;solitude, Timidity, &0., are some of
the evils produced. . . . . • '
'THOUSANDS of persons of alLages can now judge what
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
singniar.appearance about the eyes, cough and symptoms
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged In when alone, a habit frequently. learned from
evil companions, or at school, the. ellbeht of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply immediately.
Whut a pity that a young man, the hope of his coun
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched from
all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence
of deviating from the path of nature and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons nose, before contem-
reflect theta sound mind and body are the most neces
sary requisites to promote connubial happiness. indeed,
without these; the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ;
the mind becomes shadowed, with despair and filled with
the melancholly reiltction that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Disease of Imprudence.
When the mi..guided and imprudent votary of pleasure
finde that he has imbibed the. seeds of 'lbis painful dis
ease, it too often hapens that an tll-timed sense of shame
or dread• of discovery, deters him frOm applying to those
who, from (ineation and respectability, can alone be
friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on
'this herr ll 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 shin bones and arms, blotches on the head, faee and
extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity; till at
last the palate of the mouth or the - bohes of the nose fall
la, and the victira of this awful disease become , a horrid
object of commiseration, till death pots a period to his
dreadfu 1 sufferings, by sending hun to a that Undiscov
vered Country from whence no traveler returns."
It is a mekineholly fact that thousands falVvictimi to
this Aerrible disease, owing to the untikiffnliness of Igno
rant pretenders, who by the use of that Deadly Poison,
Mercury, ruin theconstitution and make the residue o
tile miserable. '
t 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 /Aver
vertisements, or style thethselves in the newspapers,
reipilarlyßducated Physicians incapable of Curing, they
keep you. trifling month after month taking their filthy
and : poiSOnOuSntea compounds, or as long es the smallest
fee can be obtabied, and in despair, leave you with ruin
ed health to sigh 'ever your galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnson Is the only Physician advertising.
Ells credential or diplomas always hangs in his office.
His remedies or treatmentare unknown to all others,
prepared from a life spent in the gr eat hospitals or Eu
rope, the - first in the country auctn more extensive Pri
vate Practice than any other Physician In theworid.
Indorsement of the Press
The many thousands cured at this instantton year af
teryear, stud the numerous important Surgical Opera-
Alons purforniad by Dr. Johnson, witaesssed by the re
porters of the "Sun," "Clipper," and many other pa
pers, notices of which have appeared again' and again
before the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character and, responsibility, is a sufficient gaarrantee
io the adlieted. .
*kin Diseases Speedily Cured.
PersOns writing should be particular in directing theLr
etlera to hi Institution, in the following manner :
JOHN X. JOHNSON, M. D.
01 tlie Baltimore Look . ffospital; - Baltimoie, lid
.10.11 N B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
front the corner of Second and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET
Next door to Hayne's Agrirulture Stare, where he intends
to keep all, kinds of Boots and Shoes, Gaiters, &c., and a
huge stock of Trunks, and everything in ids line of bu
siness ; and will be thanitini to receive the patronage at
his old custotners and the pub& in general at his new
'place of bustrmotf. All kinds of Worklhado or4er in the
betil litYlennd by superior , Worktrien. d'one at
ebQrt notice. [aprutr] JOHN B. SAUTE.
"INDEPENDENT IN A LI, THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 2, 1862,
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Corner Front and Market Streets,
- pp ESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
_Lb the public to their large and well selected stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, -FOREIGN AND DO
Including among , others,
SYRUPS - ,
LEMONS, &0., &C.
We invite an examination of our superior
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
The best in the market in every respect, to
gether with all kinds of
LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, WICKS and
. 1 GLASS CONES,
Cheaper than any place in Ilarrislwil. We keep,
on hand always all kinds of -- '
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE
All styles and kinds of
QIJEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE',
atithe old stand,
,NICGOLS & BOWMAN,
my2O Corner FiOnt and . Market Ste.
' HANIIYACIURID BY THE
UNITED STATED BIOTINA. BOOFING
NO. 9 GORE BLOCK ,
Corner Green and Pitts Streets, Boston, Mass,
T.HIS Portable, Bpofnig'is the only article
ever offered to the publto, which is ready prepared
to go on the root without any Unishing 'operation. It is
nett, handsome and easily applied, and can'be as lely
and cheaply transported to any part of - the 'werld. It
will nott aint or discolor water running over, or lying on
it, end is iu all resperte a very desirable article. Its
nonconducting properties adapt it especially to covering,
manufactories of various kinds, an' it is confidently of
to the public after a test of four years in all varie
ties of clanate aad temperature, for cover‘ig all kinds' of
roofs, flat or pitched: together with care, steamb oats,
It is both' ehepand durable. Agents wantel, to whom
iheralinducements are offered. &nil for sample, cirou
ar; ac., with particulars, to "U. ROOFING. 0: . ,
apr24.dBm No." Gore Block ...Boston."
DAN'L. A.RANCH, AGENT.
CIF .the Old Wallower Line respectfully
Informs the public Out this Old < Daily fratunt °rut-
Mon wallower 'Lane now J. ess...u...rdes -- In
this City,) 14 is In sur,cesstal operation, sod prepared to
carry freight as low as any other individual line uetween
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Canonry, Lewisburg, Wil
liamsport, Jersey Shore, Lock Harm and all other points
on the Northern Central, Ptuladelphli and Erie and Wil
liamsport and Elmira Railroads.
DANL. A. WENCH, Agent.
Goods sent to the Ware House of Messrs. Peacock.,
Zell & ::iuchman, Nos 808 and 810 Market street above
Eighth, Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, P. M.; will arrive at
Harrisburg, ready for delivery next morning. •
THE DELAWARE MUTUAL
SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Assets $869,126 37
Wm. Martin,:Edmund A. Scider,lheophiluti Paulding,
Jno IL Penrose, Jno. C. Davis Jim. Traquair, , Wm. Eyre, jr,
James C. Hand, William 0. Ludwig, Joseph M. Seal, Dr.
R. M. Huston, George Leipor, Hugh Craig, Charles
Kelly, ;Samuel E. stokes J. Y. Penniston, Henry .loan,
EdWard Darlington, H. Janes Brooke, Spencer M'llvalue,
Thomas C. Band, Robert Burton, Jacob P. Jones, James
B. Al'Farland, Joshua P. Eyre, John B. Semple. • Pitts
blirg, D. T. Mona., Pittsburg, a. B. Berger,
• WILLIAM MARTTN, President.
THOMAS D. HAND, Vice Preißkst.
HENRY LYLBURN, Secretary.. -
The undersigned as agent fur the above named e om•
parry , continues to take Fire Risks in Harrisburg and
.AGENTS 1 MERCHANTS 1 PEDLERS
IGINERGETIC men make $5 a 'day by
124 Selling our UNION PRIZE STALIONEtT PACKETS
couirtining ,superior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
GENER&LS, and a piece of Jewelry. We guerantee sat
isfaction in quality of our geode. The, gifts ist of
.fifty varieties and styles of Jewelry, all Useful and valu
able. Circulars with full particulars mailed free. Ad
dress. L. B. HASICINS & CO,
ap36-3rnd 36 Beekman street, New York.
THEO. F. SCHEFFER
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
010. 18, NARKEZ STRRAT,
fierParticulai 7 atteution paid to Printing, Ruling and
Binding of Railroad BlackaiManifeate, Policies, Checks,
Drafts, Ago. GARDE! printed at $2, $3, $4, and $5 per
houiand in elegant style. 120
ATLANTIC AND OHIO TELE—
' GRAPH COMPANY.
rpHE,Stoeletiolder's annual meeting will
Ir , bl at the ofEioe of the secretary, (,Forrest
Piece) 1283( South Fourth Street, rhiladelphia , on
THUBSDA .1, JULY 17th, at 103 j dolook.t. K., at which
time an election for nine directors will take place, and
suott.mher business trammelled as may be brought be
fore the meeting. H. H. SHiLLINGAMD,
LTAVING made efficient and permament
11 arrangements for the purpose, we are now pre-.
parep to malts B MAR BOILBad of every kind, prompt
ly and at reasonable rates. We shall use iron made uy
Bailey. & Brotuer, the reputation of which is second to
none in the rcarket.
None but the best hands employed. Repairing prompt
ly attended to. Address EAGLE WORKS,
mr22ly • Elarrisbnrg t Pa.
J UST received a small - invoice of
MACKINAW LAKE TROUT.
The quality very superior, and the price very low.
WM. DOCK, JR., & CO
A SMALL lot of choice Dried Fruit, a
Nicums & HO wMaN,
je4 Oorner Front and Market street.
itX.A.C.K.EREL in. kitts, 'half bbls. _and
fii• sale low by NICHOLS & BUW6LIIS,
my 22 ogner Fioui sad Marliet,streeta.
_shad Pure apices,- a
Kau mom mrl
v ,TELEgi ,
flibMi , ::111R , T44.4:1 MOMIOL
FORTRESS 'MONROE, June 80
The York river is being completely cleared
of every thing moveable., Steamers and tugs
are constantly arriving itt, Fortress Monroe,
having in tow barges, schooners, etc. Many
arrived here last evening and during the night
This morning the steamer Spaidding arrived,
having eight barges- and= schooners in tow.—
She.reports that one hundred and fifty barges,
schooners and towboats, were at Yorktown
when she left, but all were making prepara
tions to come down to-day.
Neirly, if not all, of "the Goveraini3nt stores
were removed from Whitd House before that
place was burned.
The Governmenttelegraph from Whitedaotiee
and vicinity his not worked since Saturday at
2 o'clock. " .
Thefallingback of the rightwing of the army
was done in the most perfect order,-and it is
not looked upon as a disastrous movement; but
as one, under=the circumstances, well planned
after the .union of Stonewall Jackson and John
ston's forces. We hear of skirmishing going on
al i ong our lines, but can get no details.
have learned from , Lieutenant . E. Walter
Wait, one of Gen. Casey's aids, that the burn
ing of the White HOuse was either an aCcident
or the work sof an incendiary, as, Gen. Casey
gaVe explicit orders for the White House not
to be destroyed.'
Reports are current to-day that Gen. McClel
lan has taken Richmond, but there is no good
authority for the remor, the telegraph not be
ing at work, and there not being any arrival
from the James river, although the boat is
Schoonera have been arriving here all day,
loaded with cattle, horses, mules, hay and
There was nothing left above West Point
when the last steamer passed down last even.:
lug, but at West Point there were two, hun
dred barges and schooners—mostly small
Irina of Mr. C. C. Fulton; Agent of the Alto.
The arrest.of Mr. 0. 0. Fulton, one of the
proprietors and editors of tbe•Baltimore Ameri
cas!, and his committal to. Fort McHenry by
order of the Secretary of War, having been
made public, the publication of the following
correspondence in reference thereto becomes
necessary. Previous to leaving the city for the
Fort, Mr. Fulton addressed the following dis
patch to President Lincoln:
To the .Preside . nt of he United aster
Sra—l find myself under arrest and on, my
way to Fort McHenry. I appeal to you for a
hearing and prompt release in behalf of my
family, who will be in great distress at the exe
cution of this inexplicable order. The Secre
tary of War authorized me to publish my
O. O. FIJLTON.
To this the following reply was received:
WASIIIGTON, June 30, 1862.
2b O. C. Ful ton, Fort McHenry:
lam authorized to say to you that your ar
rest was not made for publishing the state
ment, but upon your statement that you were
preparing a detailed account, including facts
obtained from Washington, baying been sent
by special train to communicate with the Presi
dent. This is regarded by the President and
the War Department as a flagrant and outra
geous violation of the confidence with which
you were treated. Thee publication of facts
obtained from Washington under such circum
stances is a high military crime.
Respectfully, B. E SANFORD, .
The "statement" or despatch to which ex
ception was taken is the one published in tke
morninF edition of the TKLEGICAPH of Monday,
relative to the preparation of a detailed ac
count f events at White House, before Rich
mond and on the Peninsula, during the last
four days, including facts obtained from
To the despatch from Col. Sanford, Mr. Ful
ton replied as follows:
Sin :—The despatch I sent to New York was
a private one, addressed to Mr. Craig for. his in
formation as to whether he desired to receive
the report I was preparing for the press. It
was not intended for publication, and would
not have been published, if my report had been
permitted to go through the telegraph. I
never dreamed of its being published.
To find myself in Fort McHenry, the depot
for traitors, is a mortification I cannot express.
Having risked both life and property in defend
ing the Union cause when our city was in the
possession of traitors, and rendered services, as
editor and proprietor of the Baltimore American,
to the flovernment in sustaining the laws
which no one has excelled. I ask, in common
justice, that I Should at least be released on my
parole. Respectfully, yours,
CHARLES 0. IFULTON. -
Here the matter now rests.
PARSON BROWNLOW AT POTTSVILLE
Farrow :mu, July 1.
Pawn Brownlow will deliver an oration Jiere
on the Fourth of July. Immense praparations
are being made for a'grand demonstration, and
excursion tickets will be issued by the Reading
llailrOad; the occa sion:
An order has just been sent to our troops on
James Island to evacuate the place. All the
steamers now here will soon sail to Steno river
to bring . the troops here.
The steamer Massachusetts, with mails, has
just arrived off ths bar, and will, come up at
high tide. E.
The 11. S. steam transport Matanzas, Captain
Liesgang, from Port Royal, June . 28, arrived
here last evening, by which we received the
above information. She had on board seventy
five paesenge,ra and a mail.— N. Y. World.
XXXVIIth Congress—First Session,
On motion of Mr. Wmu (Va.',) the bill for
the admission •of Western Virginia into the
Union as a State, was taken up, . the question
being on the amendment of Mr. Sumner, that
after the Fourth of Suly 1863, there shall
neither slavely nor involuntary servitude,other
wise than as a punishment for crime . whereof
the party shall be duly convicted within the
limits of the said State.
Mr. Susteka seid the bill proposed that all
children born after 1868 shall be free, but al
lowed the present generation of slaves -to con
tinue as such, thus admitting another slave
State with two Senators for a whole generation.
He could not consent `to the admission of a
State with a -constitution recognizing slavery
for a whole generation. He quoted from the
speeches, of Webster against, the admission of
Mr. Heus, (N. H.,) said that Webster in later
and perhaps wiser years repudiated every word
of Linea speeches.
'He should not vote because Webster had said
one thing or the other ; but it would seem sin
gular that while we had all along admitted
States with slavery without any objection,
should now refuse to admit the first State that
asks admission with the condition for the im
mediate establishment of a system of prospec
tive emancipation. As he did not make this
world, he was willing to take it es he found it
aad meet the question practically.
It was not for us to - set onnielv6s up in dog
matic wisdom against the convictions of other
men, who may 'possibly be as wise as we are.
He wanted to deal with this thing as a practi
cal fact, and he would hail the advent of a
slave State into the Union , with a clause in its
Constitution for gradual emancipation, more
gladly and with greater satisfaction than the
admission of a free State outright. And why ?
`Because there is joy among the angels over
one sinner that repenteth more than • over
ninety-and-nine that' need no repentance.'
Mr. CoLumen, (Vt.,) contended that when a
,new State was admitted, it must .be admitted
rettke no conditions or terms as to what she
The Constitution granted every State a Re
-publican form of. Government, and Congress'
nas generally had the proposed constitution of
a State, so as to judge for itself whether that
constitution is Republican or not, but this bill
says nothing about this State constitution. It
provi les that some counties may get to
gether and form a constitution, and then be
admitted by proclamation without Congiess
seeing the proposed constitution at all. Such a
proceeding would be entirely at variance with
all the former action of the Government, and
Congress bad never delegated , this power of in
spection of the constitution to another power at
all. He did not see how a State should be ad
mitted under this bill. •
BALTIMORE, July 1.
Mr. Warmr, (Va.,) proposed to amend the
bill so as to obviate the objection of the Senator
from Vermont, enabling'the State to be admit
ted when the ratified 'constitution is inlitepubli
can form with the fundamental condition that
children born after the Fourth of July shall be
In regard to Mr. Sunman's amendment, he
said that most of the slaves now remaining in
western Virginia, were old family slaves, and
gradual emancipation was better for the inter
ests of the State. The bill in efteet proposes
the admiaion of a new free State.
Mr. WADE, (Ohio,) was in favor of the ad
naissicin of the new State with the amendment
to the bill proposed by the Senator from Vir
These people of north-western Virginia were
divided from the rest of the State geographi
cally and socially, and there was great enmity
between them, and although this new State
was half slavery for a time, yet it looks all the
while to ultimately beiog a free State and the
extermination of slavery.
Mr. FESSENDEN, (Me.,) was in favor of the
admission of the new State, but there were
some things in the bill he should like to exam
ine. He thought that before the admission of
the new State we should take an irreversible
position in regard to gradual emancipation.--
Hi moved the bill be postponed for the present
and the army appropriation bill be taken up.
Ms. Hanam, (N. V.,) called up the bill to
provide a provisional government for certain
States which ha said was necessary should be
passed early if passed at AIL
The army appropriation bill was taken np.
Mr. FEssmunar stated that the Committee on
Finance had struck down the appropriations to
nearly one-third. The appropriationp were
sufficient to carry the government to January,
leaving the rest till Congress should meet
again in December, on the principle of keeping
theists large appropriations in the power of Con
grebe, and not from any distrust of the admin
istiation in any way, for if there was any man
in Whose integrity, patriotism and ability he
had entire confidence, it Was the Secretary of
In the amendment to limit the number of
rank file to 75,000
Mr. Hens offered an amendment to limit .the
nuinber of Major Generals to forty and Briga
diei Generals to two hundred.
Mr. FROMM said it was well known that
there were a great many men sick and wound
ed and it had been suggested by the Military
goin, mittee that this amendment had better
not be adopted, and he should not press it.
Granata, (Iowa;): hoped the amendment
would not be stricken out. •
4X. KING, (N. Y.,) said the Military Com
mittee had thought it beat at present to make
this limitation, but he was willing to set any
limitaion on the number of men.
Mr. TRUMBULL was sorry , of this limitation
was to be stricken out, it is the duty of Con
grew to raise and support armies,aud Congress
oughtnot to:give unlimited power to raise any
raubber of men. . ,thought e 40,000 were
enough in the geld.
EVACUATIO,N OF JAMES ISLAND.
HILTON Hain,, Tune 27,-24 P. 31
WASHINGTON, July 1
team tinting fibs.
Haling procured Steam Power Presses, v ,we are prepay
essg ate JOB add 80011 PRINTING of every desertp:
100, 'cheaper than tt can be done it any;' other establish.
mint lit "the cour4ry.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.'
Four lines or less constitute one-half square. Bight
',lnes or more than roar constitute a square.
Half Square, one day
• ti ens month. . . ....
One:Square, one day
t one month....
• 41 one year
Mir Business notices inserted in the Lecat Mum, or
herore Marriges and Deaths, EIGHT CENTS PER LINE
Na- Marriges and Deaths to be charged as regniar ad
Mr• ICING said we had not 500,000 men in
the field. From the best information he could
get he said he thought there had been over
600,000 men rartited.
Mr. Ts IBIBIIIS hought it better to fix a limit
After further discussion Mr. HALE'S amend
ment was adopted, and the limitation of 750,-
000 men stricken out.
A message was received from the President
recommending a vote of thanks to Corn. Foote
ter his gallant victories in the west.
On motion of Mr. GRIMM, the bill to equalize
and establish the grade of officers of the navy
was taken up.
Mr. Wuxi:nog, (Minn.,) offered a resolution
that the President inform the Senate, if not
incompatible with the public interest ; whether
Chas. C. Fulton, one of the editors of. the Bal
timore American newspaper, has been arrested
and confined in Prison, and if so upon what
charges and for what reason, and whether any
charges have been preferred against him, and
if so what are these charges and by whom pre
ferred and on what evidence they are based.
Mr. 'KENNEDY, (Mas ,) moved to add also
names of Judge Barton and Judge Carmichael.
After an excited session the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF RERRESENTATI Vt ~
!The_llonse - Went into committee of the whole
on the State of the Union, on the tariff bill.
Dther amendments, paper, cigars and
cigaretts were made subject to the same duty as
is imposed on cigars.
pastor seeds and beans 50 cents per bushel ;
on all sugar above number 12, and not above
number 15, (Dutch standard in color,) 13 cents
per pound ; on all above number 15, not ste
viidored, and not above number 20, (Dutch
standard in color,) 4 cents per pound. All im
porters at home and abroad are required to
have their invoices authenticated. The bill to
take effect on the Ist of August.
The committee rose when all the amend
ments were concurred in, without a division
excepting'one offered by Mr. Elijah J. Ward,
that goods, ware and merchandize actually on
ship board and bound to the United States, and
those in banded warehouses or public stores on
the first of August next, shall not be subject to
the duties imposed by this act.
The amendment was lost—yeas 50, nays 78
The bill was then passed.
The bill for the enlargement of the Michigan
and Illinois canal for the passage of armed and
naval vessels, and for other purposes, pledging
the faith of the government for ten millions,
&e. was taken up.
Several amendments were pending including
one for the enlargement of the Lake Erie and
The previous question was demanded yester
day and-to-day on motion of Mr. Howes. The
bill was tablei by two majority.
Mr. SHEFFIELD entered a motion to reconsider
the vote with a view to postponement of its
consideration until Deeember.
The bill fur the appointment of commission
to ascertain the claims of loyal dtiseas for
property destroyed or taken 'by the United
States "-troops' was-postponed -till - the second
Wednesday in December, by a majority of four.
The Senate's amendments to the navy ap
propriation bill was acted upon.
The Rollie then Adjourned.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Cotton firm at 88. Flour advanced 100-28,000
28,000 bus. sold; State $4 53®4 55; Ohio $5 10
igfo 25; Southern $5 2045 80. Wheat 2c
higher-860,100 bus. sold ; iffilwaukie Club
&1 07®1 12; red western $1 firstname.lastname@example.org, Corn
lc higher-120,000 bus. sold at 53®55. Beef
steady at 8 ®81; pork heavy--mess, $ll ®,ll 12;
lard firm at 7 1( g8 1 ; whisky dull at 27i®,28 i;
sugar firm, Muscovado 61.; Coffee quiet, Itio 22;
isjuoo Gross, assoruad sisee,just received, aad for
Went Wholesale prices;
dell. WM. DOCK, Jr., & Oo
DRIED FRUITS, Hominy, Beans, &o.
at JO ELN VTISE'S. myl
IGS, Dates, Prunes, ' aisins, and all
kinds of Isitite, at JOHN WISES Store, Third and
'JERSEY 11AM I—Ten tierces of these
justly celebrated sugar oared hums, received and
or Mein large o v ermill.guemtities •
V7H.:13.0011, 7Q & CO
SUVA Biscuit, City Crackers, just receiv
eland for Ewe by, MICH /a BO visLO,
Corner Front and Market streets.
A SUPERIOR lot of Dandelion and. Ri D
/IL Coffee, for sate at the st re of JO -IN WISE. my
A SMALL, but very . , superior lot of
ja. Bologna sausage just renewed, by
m 929 WM. DOCK, Jr. & Co.
CULL and see those nice and cheap Sil
k/ gars for preserving &G. at
NIOBOLS $ BOWMAN,
jol2 Corner Front and Market streets.
Jars for putting up fruit, the
celebrated Itilvilie patent, ra cheap, simple and ef
team', warranted to give ail sctlon,jast received and
(break+ by NICHOLS & BOWtiLiaic
Corner Front and Market street.
FOR =NG TM
ice kELLEVS LRUGSTORN.
C.I3OIGE FIGS, in 1% lb Cartoons, jue
received and for Bale by
- inonorn &BOWMAN,
je2 4. e rket ar
VEWBOLD HAMS.—A small lot of
11 . these celebrated gams just received.
r.r24 WM. DOCK. Jr., & co.
OIDEA, II 1 VI.NEG-All, 11 I
,IIiKADB ' fr om ohoice and selected Apples,
AIL and guaranteed by us to be strictly pure.
el *d WK. DOCK
. ....... ..10 00
..... ...... 20 00
Nirw YoRK, July 1