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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
_EL 4-4 Ait ItAPH
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RELMBOLD , S GENUINE PREPARATION
"SUG'ILY CONCENTRA TED"
COM END FLUID EXTRACT BUCEFU,
A Positive and Specidc Remedy
For DIWAReII of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
Thu Medicine inureakee the power of Digestion, and
mites the ABSORBENTS lot healthy action, by which
the WATERY OR CAI OARF.OUS depodtions, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGIDIENTS are reduced, IVA Well as
PAIN AND iNPLAMATIoN, and is good for
MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN.
EIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BIICERI,
&rising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Earlytin.
discretion or Abuse.
AMIN DED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
indisposition tO Exertion, Loss of Power.
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing;
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness ri YISIOn, Pain in the Back
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing of tee Body,
Dryness of the Skin Eruptions on the Faze,
Them symptoms, if allowed to fro on, which this med
Wm Invariably removes, soon follows
IMPOTENCY'. , EPILEPTIC
IN ONE OF WHICH THE P TY ATIENT MAY F EXPIRE.
Who can say that they arc not frequestly followed by
those ' , DIREFUL DISEASES," '
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering,
KT NONE WILL OONFPBB.
THE plcanDS OF THE INS ANE ASYLUMS, •
And the Melancholy Death, by Consumption,
xaAR AUPLI MINIM TO THI TROTS OP THE ABEIMMON.,
THE CONSTITUTION ONCe: AFFECTED WITH
Requires the aid or medicine to strengthen and
Invigorate the System,
Which Efstmemn's EXTRACT BUCEII3 twetariably
• taut. 'WILL 00211 , 101T1111 roar anortositt.
.LI) OR WING, SINGLE. MARRIED, OR OONTEMPLA
IN MANY AITECTIONS PFACTLIAR TO FEMALES
the Extract Vlachs is unequalled by any other !remedy,
as in Unionists or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
Supercold) nof Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Setrrhous state of the Uterus, Leacorhcolt Whites, Stern,
IV, and for all complaints incident to the sex,,whether
seeing from Indhuiretion, Habits ; of Dissipation, or io
DECLINE OR 013.42011 01 LIDS.
m emrroxs ABOVI
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WIPEOUT IT
Taxi NO Mai BUSAir, YYCDI7, OE IMPIDAsAireIMiDI
Oxl MA OSMIUM AND DAIDDIROIM Dieuesta.
to all that]. Stages, At little Expense ;
LAIle or no change In Diet ; No Inconvenience;
And no Espontre.
It causes a frequent desire and gives Strength to Urinate,
thereby removing ObsteuollonS. •
Preventing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra
Allaying Flirt and Imilamination, so frequent :la the
awe of disease% and expelling all Poisonous, Assamd
and teern-ced dialer.
nolustabs Oros Tsconman
RHO HAVE BEM 2/3.8 1 , 701'6113 OP QUARKS,
and who have paid HIATT 7=l to -be cared Ina short
Ume have found they were deoeived, and that the "POI•
KIN" has, by the use of “rowstwat ASIZINGININN " been
.tried up In the system, to brass. out in as aggravated
PERHAPS AFTER AUER/AGA
the Etnazow's }infant Btronu for all - alnandons and
itleausee 01 the
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
TEM whatever Mille originating and no matter
now LONG STANDING.
obseasoe of these Organs require the aid or DIDRE
DELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BODED
Id THE GREAT DIURETIC,
Awl Is certain to have the desired effect In all Inseases
WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDED.
&We/We of the most retina and resporupie charade?
will tocotapeny the medians. •
CERTIFICLITO OF CURES,
heath to 20 yearn standikey,
WITH Mums KNOWN TO
SCIENCE AND FAUX
Price $1 00 per bottle, or Ws for $5 00.
Delivered to any addresa, securely packed from obser
DESCRIBE SYMPTOMS IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS.
Cures Guaranteed I Advice Gratis I
Personally appoired before me, an Aldermen of the
cty or Pnlindelphis, B. T. Hinacoor.o, who being duly
worm, doth say, his preparations aontain ne nareoUo, no
rummy, or other lqiurkowi drop, lott are purely cage
H. T. RELYBOI D.
lwecn and subscribed before me,' this 2:id day of No
votriber, 041, Mit. P. NIBEIERD,,Aidermaa,
Nintb et. above Race, Phila.
Addreas letters (or information in oonadeoce in
11 T. MiILMRO I Chaplet,
Dew, 104 south Tenth 81. baI LD .
00 eallaut. PUN
AND UNPRINCIPLED DRAWN,
Who endeavor to Mips. "on runt own" And onzawt"
AMMAN ON TELT MUTATION ATTAIN= BY
Elolmbold's Doolittle Preparation a,
o Luria Halm,
Improved Rate Wmh.
Sold by 0. K. &eller, D. W, Ocoee, J. Wyatt', 0 A.
AND ALL DRDOPIST3 IirERYWERRE.
ASK FOR HELRBOLEPS. TAKE NO OTHER
Cat out the adverttrement and aeod for it,
AND AVOID IMPOSIT/ON AND EXPOSDItE,
UPERIOR Dandelion Coffee, just re.
received and for ale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets
tt ig tiloiceof Messinaol7eB and
oltebyi.sB l o
corner Front and Market streets.
T'general variety of gobda for id
be rut n 4 at KellerTOlLE's,li unsurp T iallo L
jeo bi this city.
91 Market street
rit f o rt i s it y the meet, just noeive4
MIL WI, Ja, 400!
THE NEW EDITION
HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED,
PRICE $5 00.
AN ENTIRE new edition of this well know.'
Law Book has Just been issued. It Is now
distinguished by the following saperadded
features : The laws contained in the various
annual Digests published since the date of the
eighth edition (1868) have been incorporated in
the body of the work. Many tlfonsand new
authorities havebeen cited; the report of the
revisors tot the Penal Code h_ se been embodied
in the netestio the various sections of it, and
the appendix contains for the Ant time, the
Acts of Congress for the Authentication of
Records, and the Statute of Fraudulent Con
veyances, with full and elaborate notes of the
decisions exolanatory of them. The work has
been prepared by the learned editor, Mr.
Balsam', and its freshness and permanent
value will be preserved by the continuation of
the annual Digests, which have given so much
satisfaction. For sale at
je2B BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE.
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The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE, NO. 408 OHNSTNUZ BURET.
CAP/ CAL AND ASSETS. $4515388
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
JOHN V. JAMES; Actuary,
CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVRi on the most reason able term,.
•Easy est as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under
laat Wills. and as Receivers and Assignees.
The capital being paid up and invested, together with
a large and constantly inure icing reserved hand, offers a
perfect seour ty to the insured.
The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or quar
The company add a BONUS periodically to the Luse.
canoes Or Ife. The FIRST BONUS appropriated In De
cember 1844, the SEOOND B WETS in December, 'lB4 9,.
the TB] ND BONUS In December, 1854, and the FOURTH
BONUS in 1559, These additions are made without re
quiring any increase in the premiums to be pa id to the
Toe renewing are a few examples from the Register :41
Buml Bonne .or
Polley. I Insured adds ion
No. 89 I
$2500 8 887 bU
~ 1 82 8000 1,050 10
.. 190 L 1000 900 00
" 888 5000 1,875 00
Agent at arrisburg and via n 1
GAIETY MUSIC HALL !
Walnut Street between 2d and Ba.
SOLI LUAU AND ICANAQU,
ADM Ns lON
The autocrat or amusements, unanimous, as the de
cibel= render/tutor Ma public as ta the owed& merits
of this temple of mental dellgut. Oar comae ClOUstalla. ,
Uon slimes with unwonted lustre at every appearance,
being mewled with uprorima eclat. ihittlilElinaM hi
en goes nightly.
K.SS JULIA EDWARDS, the Bird of Bong.
BCD bDWARDS, the Ethiope.m Jester and Dancer.
DAN HOWAeD, the Excelsior Banjoist. .
M. Kira:AMA', the renowned Acrobat.
EATS DA vioNeosT, the leasing Danseuse. ;
JAKE BUDD, fah ;Alan Comedian,
TOM KURA T, high and Comic Vocalist.
MASTER WILLIS, the Wonder of the Age.
MIJ. H. DONNAIL, Musical Director.
J. H. VANHOILX, Plante'.
To conclude each evening with the new aßerplece of
Jock; the Madinah ape. Jocko, Id aster Wtl ie.
Doors spec et 7%, to commence at 83(.
JAKE BUDD, ht.. a Macaw. 1y14.1w
ITAVING made.effioient and pennament
arrangements for the purpose, we are now pre.
prep to mass BOW& BOlLltts Movery kind; prompt
ly sad at reasonable rates. We shall use Iron made by
Halley it Brother, the reputation of which Is second to
nose In the market.
None but the best bands employed. Repairing prompt•
iy amended to. Address EAGLE BORBA
my 224 Harrisburg, Pa.
WE INVITE the attention of families
BASE TH,EIB OWN BARAD,
to our stook of Floor. We have Just received
or the Oolong (White Wheat) st. Louis Flour that
the Waste= Mutat affords.
We guarantee every barrel or bag we sell to be strict
ly supormr. (Jess) WY. DOCK., & CO.
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
than garrison's lionaehold Soap. just received and
tor sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jog Career Pront and Market streets.
FRES Lemons and Raisins, just re
°deed and far sale low by
NV HMS k BOWMAN,
lel4 Ooroer Front and Martel wee's.
ftill Orleans hugare, white and brown,
AA just received and for bolo low by
NIUBOLS A BOWMAN,
Car. Frog and Market threats.
LIIBRIOA.TING Oil for all kinds of ma-
chioery,ln convenient packages, for ode very low
imams k BOWMAN,
Oornor front and Market etreet.
CALL and examine those new jars for
Bruit, the but, cheapest and irmplast in Os market,
lbr sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
3e19 COrber Front and Maass street.
DANDELION COFFEE I—A Fresh and
largo supply of la °debuted (bad net received
G flea] WM. Door Jr., & ro.
A. '.krke supply of fresh Salad Oil, sin
tarp and ions/1 bottles, and of different brands
Ant received and an Bale by
FIRE CRACKERS by the chest or box,
just received and be sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
Jol4 1., 'et Front d
NEW patteriit Of Ohd Oil Lamps with
all the recently korona,. bunco for Ode by
11111E10LS k Bowman
maw; TKO and maw* streets,
Amount of Policy and
bonus to be Increased
by nature additions.
10 and 16 cents
WY. DOGS, JR. k CO
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY, 18, 1862.
lIANUTACTITRID BY THB
UNITED OWES BIOTINA' ROOFING CO.,
NO. 9 (OBE BLOCK,
Comer Green and Pitte Streets, Boston, Mess.
THIS Portable Roofing is the only article
ever offered to the public, which Is ready prepared
to go on the roof witbobt any Within, operation. It is
light, handsome sod easily applied, and can be m, rely
and cheaply transported to any part of the world.. It
will not t tint or discolor water running over, or lying on
it, and fa in alt reape.ts a very aeslrable article. Its
nonconducting properties adapt it especially to covering,
manufitztones of various kinds, cur' it is confidently of
fered to the public after a lest of four years in all varie r
dee of cimate and temperature, for coverlar all kinds of
roofs fiat or pitched; together with can, ateambcata, ha
It is both chep and durable. Agents wutgari, WhOn
iberal inducements are oilbrad. Send for sample, Mon
ar, do., with particulars, to ‘ , II. e. ROWING 00.;
apr24-dgm No. 9 tiore Block Rotten."
AGENTS! MERCHANTS! P e.l 0 LA; R
ENERGETIC men make 45 a day by
selling our UNION PRIZE STACIONEET PACKETS
coalainiUg dilperiOr Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
GENERALS, and apiece of Jewelry. We guarantee sat
isfaction In quality of our goods. The gißs cons ist of
fifty varieties and styles at Jewelry, all undid and valu
able. Circulars with full particulars mailed free. Ad
dress._ _ L. R. LUMENS at CO,
86 Beekman street, Neel Yo;k.
THEO. P. t3CHEFFER
BOOR AND ; JIVE PRINTER,
[wO. 18, AfA RIM STREET,
-Particular attention paid to Printing, Ruling gad
002dIng of ftallroad Blanks, Manifests, Ohe aka,
Drafts, &a. Onos prlntad at $2, $3, st, and $0 per
housand in elegant style. ' 120
ATLANTIC AND OHIO TELEL
THE Stockholder's annual meeting will
be bld at the race of-the Secretary, (2 Forrest
Place) MX South Fourth Street, eitliadeipitia, on
THURSDA x,JOLf 17th, x., at, which
time an Manion for Woe directors Win take, place, and
snob other &einem vans toted rs may be brought bee
fore, the meeting. . 13. H. SIIILLINGFORD,
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. •
P e AVID BERST, - of South Hanover
townthipopfters him.elf as a candidate for the
13 . of COUNTY CIOMMI-SfONElt, subject to the Union
depeellean Noladnadeg Coevention, and pledgee himself
if nominated and elected, t' di/charge the duties or the
office With fidelity. jelS dawtc*
/IF all sizes, patterns and prices, just
IL/ received and for Pale by
Sala WM. DOCK, .Ir ,:az 00.
NEW MARBLE AND STONE YARD
HAVING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
YARD on Canal direst, near Ohonnot strain, oppo
site (ha P rinsylvatila Railroad Dcpot ee tide me hod
of IntOrming the citikene of Harilsourg and ythinity that
he is prepared to do all kinds of marble and atone work
to a superior meaner, and on the [ohm reAsosaute tonne.
CROSS & BLACK W ELL'6 Celebrated
PIOILLES3, dAUCES, PitESEILVBi, rah A large
supply Ile above, embracing every variety, just re•
=eve° And for sale by [.to] WM. LOUR Jr., at Co
OUR newly replenished stook of Toilet
and Fancy Goods is unsurpassed in this city, and
jading confident or rendering satkdaotion, we would res.
peetrully invite shall. KILLER,
91 Market street, two doors sot of Fourth street, soot b
FINE lot of Messina Oranges and other
Foreign Fruits, Juit received and for sale by
' NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S,
corner Front and Market streets.
NvE are offering' for sale a splendid
quality of Vwßla Bean at low prises, by the
pound, ounce or singly. ,
HILLER'S DRUG STORK,
91 Market West.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, a choice IotFAMILY
01 Extra Faintlv Flour, all warranted by bbl:, or
ailt,luttt received and roe Bale low by
NWEOLE & BOWMAN,
Corner trent and Market Streets.
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
ad everything in the line, Juin received in large
nuentidee and for aide very low by
wt.. DOCK. Jr k On.
CIDER t! 1 VINEGAR.! 1 I
MADE from choice and selected Apples,
and guaranteed by as to be strictly pure.
DUOK & CO.
EXTENSIVE assortment of Glaeaware,
Including Jelly glasses. Preserve Dlshos, Goblets
I..sub ere, go., &0. , of ali styles, J ost rocelvad and for.
,ale low byelolloLe dr 110 vVetAN,
.Jy7 Corner Front Zs Market streeia.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected stock of
pialnand fancy Confectionery of all Wads. A great va
riety of toys of every description, Ladies' Work Mande
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Dam and all
other articles generally kept in a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving froth supplies every week. .Cali , and
examine for yourselves. WM. R. WAGOONSR,
aprll3-d6 n P. oprtetor.
ORANGES AND LEMONB.-60 boesx
Just received and in prime order.
• prlB DO M, JR., & 00.
CHOICE FIGS, in 1 th Cartoons, jus
received and for sale by
monois & BOWMAN,
jet Corner Front and Market streets.
LARGE and extensive asser—nent of
Glassware, Includes all kinds of Jelly Glasses,
tumblers, Presortlog Jaws, Bowle, Dadzea, &0., &0.,
jot received and for sale by
N/OHOLS k BOWMAN,
join Corner Front and Market atreet.
NEW . Orleans molasses for baking
purposes, a beautful article, just received anu
tor sale low by NIODOLS & BO WM&N,
jgib Cor. Frost and liertet streets.
LOVERINGS sugars and syrups of all .
kinds, far sale by - NIORoL4 &BO WAIAN,
jyLlf Cor. Front and Market streets.
FAMILY WASHING BLUE, an excel
lent substitute for Indigo, for sale a the wholessl
and retail grocery store of N.T.OHOLB & BOWMAN,
corner of YrOnt and Market streets.
PORE Cider Vinegar, which we war, ant
to be made solely 4uOrcider; just received and for
sole low by N 1013012 t p.O escax,
Jel2 Oarner Front and Market streets.
OLDLER'S CAMP COMPANION.,- A
very convenient. Writaing &it ano, Porn%)We,
Memorandum Boon; rortmenumes, eau, at
n9O .SCREPIIMVS BOOKSToRi.
EXTltit Family Flour, just received and
warranted to give satbstketion, for We by
NICHuI a BOWMAN,
tarn Carmel of Front and Narita west.
PURE Cider Yinogar, warranted jut
reedited and for sale by ' •
Nioaors a BOWMAN,
n og , Garner Front and Market streets.
iVGAIW for propervlng; call and ex.am
h as a i r • NIGHOUB & DOWAIAN,
Coiner luta and *plot. ipraos.
TrmAiros Kuzma —2llPeopia in Notion.
Agreeably to a published call, the citizens of
Harrisburg, delegates to the Union State Con
vention and sojourners at the State capita'',
who cordially unite.in sustaining the National
Administration in its patriotic efforts to !sup
press a sectional and unholy rebellion against
the unity of the republic, and who desire to
support, by every power
,of the government,
our hundred thousand hereto brethren in arms,
braving disease and the perilp of the field, to
preserve the Union . of our falters, gad who fa
vOr the candidatea noministed yesterday by the
State Convention, met in mass meeting in front
of the court house, liiarket. street, at S o'clock
last evening. •
The meeting was called to order by H. Clay
Alleman, Esq., upon whose motion Hon. Joint
C. law= was called to the chair. •
Mr. Woodhouse, postmaster of the last
House of Representatives, in response to loud
calls, appeared on the platform, and sang the
" Star Spangled Banner" in a style of remark =
able grace and power, eliciting the hearty plau
dits of the assembled multitude.
The organization of the meeting .was com
pleted by the selection of Mr. WeidnerlV. Boyer
and D. Flemming, Esq., as Vice Presidents,
and Geo., Bergner and David Mumma, Begs., as
After the officers• had taken their seats on a
platform erected in front of the - court house,
for the purpose, eloqient speeches were made
by Hon. Henry D. Moore, State Treasurer,
,Hsg., of Union county,
William H. Armstrong, of Lycoming county,
and Thomas F. Marshall, Esq., of Allegheny
county, after which the meeting adjourned with
three tremendous cheers for the nominees of
the party—Cochran and Roes.
The meeting was very largely attended, and
the utmost enthnsism was manifested.
A SMUT, meeting of the Good Will Fire
Company will be held at their ball this (Fri.
day) evening. Punctual attendance is reqUest
ed, as business of importance pill be trans.
acted. W. K. VERBENA,. President.
The Wir in the West:
Movements of the Rebel Gen. Prioe.
ANOTHER ATTACH ON GENERAL OURTIS
LATEST FROM GEN'L CURTIS.
HIS ARMY SAFE AND IN GOOD CONDITION.
The Enemy Whipped in Every
PROCLAMATION OF THE REBEL GENERAL
Passengers by boat from Memphis report
that. Gen. Price on Wednesday night moved a
battry of artillery and forty forage wagons
across the Mississippi at Cypress bayou near
Napoleon. The battery was marked Hin dman,
Another battery crossed on Sunday evening
and squads of men from Ponola, Miss., were
crossing in the same direction, apparently with
a view of concentrating a force in Arkansas,
perhaps to operate against Gen. Curtis.
A special dispatch to the St. Lottis Democrat
dated, Helena, Ark., July , l2, says:
The advance of General Curtis' army under
General Washburn reached here at 9 a.. m.,
taday, having left Clarendon, on the White
river, yesterday, at 6 a. m., and male a forced
march of sixty-five miles in a day and night;
and Quarter Master Winslow will start for
Memphis immediately to hurry down supplies.
Gen. Curtis left Batesville on the 24th oh.,
with twenty days rations, after a halt of five
days at Jaoksouport, to con antrate the forces
on his out poste, took up , the line of march.—
Ella entire command is now en route for this
From eight to twelve hundred rebels under
Matlack were on - our front, who fired on the fo
rage trains from the Canebrakes, barricaded
all the roads leading southward with trees felt
ed by negroes, and placed every conceivable
obstacle in our way, but we overcame them all
and the army is safe.
We had a number of skirmishes on the
route, in all of which the rebels were whipped
with considerable lose to them, but with few
casualties to our troops.
Jut 7th. 7 -001. Hovey, of the 88d Illinois,
with parts of four companies of his regiment,
four companies of the 11th and a battalion of
Indiana cavalry routed two Texas regiments at
a point between Cotton Plant and Bayon
Coache, with a loss to them of one hundred
and ten killed. Our loss is five killed and seven
wounded, We suffered much with thirst, there
being no springs, but rations were plenty, and
the army is in good health and spirits. All the
sick and wounded were brought along.
The inhabitants along the route were im
bittered and urged into hostilities by the fol
lowing proclamation :
Lcrrre lloox, Arkansas, June 24.
2b the People of .4;kattsas:
The Yankee Gen. Cattle attempting to
escape. Eiis position is untenable. Re is ap
palled by the, dangets that' surround hlm. In
his terror he resorts to the desperate expedient
of moving to the south Along White Elver,
tnuding.for ittipplku from the Ibeissippi by
'boats: ' •
The eeppliee cannot .mml White river.
We have (heady blown up Om of 0 1. kOn
clad boats, crippled another, and can hold the
river against his fleet. The question now is,
shall his army reach the fieethelow you—can
you prevent it? The power is in your bands,
and the plan is not a secret, I proclaim it to
you ail; if it is not_carried out;the responsibili
ty will rest on ion. Take your gun in your
hand and &munition. Svery man of yo amount
your horse or go afoot; do not wait an hour ;
loose no time in holding meetings ; move to
wards the enemy by the shortest toad; join the
first company you• overtake upon' the march ;
press upon the invader from every direction:
attack him dayand night; kill his scouts and
pickets ; his pilots and r troops on transports.
Cut off his wagon trains ; and lay in ambush,
and surprise his detachment, shoot his mount
ed officers; destroy every pound of meat and
flout, every ear ofoorn and stack of fodder,osts
and wheat that can fall Into his hands ; fell
trees . as ' thickly as In rafts on all-the roads be
fore him ; burn everything, ,and block up the
fords, hang up onhisj front Links and rear and
make the ring of your rifles and shot guns the
accompaniment of every foot Of his retreat; let
every man feel and know that this appeal is
addressed to him specially and that it is the
appeal of a bleeding country to her eons for the
deliverance of our army in the field. It will do it
parts ; will you do yours?
(Signed] • L. O. HDTDMAN,
FIGHT WITH THE REBELS AT
The Enemy Completely Routed.
UPTURN, OF TUB NOTORIOUS JAMES J
CLLRISON, OF IkiNSIS.
t ,p' 1. 1~ 1 ~~;
140 Rebels Killed and 150 Prisoners
DRENGPIILD, Mo., July 17
Judge Prince, of Mount-Vernon, has arrived
here, and brings intelligence that the expedi
tion as a portion of it which is moving from
Arkansas into the Indian Nation, encountered
a body of rebels at Evansville, near the Arkan:
sas line, some twenty miles east of Latdequah
a few days since, completely routing them, and
taking James J. Clarkson, formerly notorious
In Kansas, a prisoner and also it is reported
the rebel Gen. Jim Rains, of, the Missouri State
The rebels pladed their Indian'allies in front,
who are reported to'have lust one hundred and
forty killed and one hundred and fifty prison
This statement is curroborated by a gentle-
Mall just frbm Mahe& The Federal forces are
said to be at or near Lahlequab.
ESCAPE OP REBE.T. PRISONERS.
A despatch was received at Wilmington, Del
aware, on Wednesday, that some two hundred
of the rebel prisoners confined at Fort Delaware
had made their escape during Tuesday night,
either by swimming from the island or obtain
ing assurance from friendly boatmen. The de
spatch was sent from New Castle to the Master
of Transportation at Wilmington, stating that
five of the rebel prisoners had arrived at that
place and had been furnished with clothing
and then been sent to Wilmington by carriage.
The train for Baltimore, leaving Philadel
phia at 8 o'clock; tuok up five persons at Wil
mington, supposed to be the parties that had
escaped. The steamer Major Itaybold passea
the fort yesterday,and an *nicer communicated
with the vessel, but nothing was said aboutthe
escape of prisoners. The information ereeived
at Wilmington, however, comes through a re
and there seems to be no doubt
that some of the parties have managed to elude
the vigilance of the sentinels.
IMPORTANT FROM KENTUCKY.
BATTLE EXPECTED AT GEORGETOWN.
frochunation of the Rebel Morgan.
Lemma'', July JAL
The-rebel Morgan was at Midway yesterday
at noon, where he cut the telegraph wires, tore
up the ailroad and took everything converti
ble to his use. He had four 12 pound howit
zers,but it is said only six rounds of ailment
don. He left for Georgetown butt evening and
encamped there on Gono s farm. He said that
he meant to visit Lexington and Frankfort be
fore he got through his job.
The 7.4"ingtomens say that they have an
al ample fore to protect the town, but not to
take the offensive.
LATER FROM LEXINGTON,
Our pickets have come in reporting the re.
bets approaching in force. The pickets are
falling back on the Georgetown road and our
men with several pieces of artillery are ad.
vancing on Georgetown to meet the rebels.
The railroad and telegraph at Midway are
repaired, but the burnt bridge at Keyser's has
not been reconstructed. .
ON OP TEN /MOM MORGAN.
The guerilla Morgan, now "operating" in
Kentucky, has issued the following character
Glargoso, July 10, 1862.—Kentuckians, I am
once more among you. Confiding in, your pa
patriotism and strong attachinent to our South
ern cause; I have at the , head of our gallant
band raised once more our Confederate Sag, so
tong trampled upon by the Northern ty
hints, but never yet disgraced. Let every
rrue patriot respond to my appeal. Rise and
arm I Fight against the despoiler ! Fight for
your families I your homes 1 for those you love ,
best ! for your conscience ! and for the free ex
ercise of your political rights, never again to be
placed in jeopardy by the Hessian invader:—
Let the Minim so3nee of the late ; iellmonil
fight be constantly be before you. Our brave.
army there and everywhere ie victorious. 41do-
Clellan and his foreign haides_ are grovelling
bl i the (twit. •- Our indePPlWare is asi acidevid
PRICE ONE CENT.
fact. We have bought it with privation and
suffering, and sealed the contract with the seal
of blood. Be not timorous, but rise, one and
all, for the good cause, to clear our dear Ken
tucky's soil of its detested invaders.
Kentuckians 1 fellow countrymen 1 you know
you can rely upon me. JOHN MORGAN,
Acting Brigadier General. 0.8. A.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
Foams Idontos, Joly 18,
The patients at Mill Creek Hospital, about
200 in number, are now neatly convalescent,
cud many of them will soon return to their
A false rumor has been afloat here for twen
ty-four hours, that the rebels had driven beckont
forces at Williamsburg and taken possession of
the.place, etc., but there is not one word of
truth in It The government Telegraph lines
have been working all the time through the
place, showing the falsity of the story.
The latest advises from up the James river
indicate quietness within our hues.
TELEGRAPIE OUT OP TOWN
LIST OF REGULAR AGENTS.
The DAILY MORNING AND EVENING
TELEGRAPH is sent every morning and after
noon, by the earliest trains that leave the city
after its pnblication, to the following
ALTOO'NA—Theo. B. Patton. _
ANNVILLE—G. W. Hooverter.
BSLL'S MILL'S—John Campbell.
CARLISLE—Wm. H. Cornman.
OULUMBIA—John J. Sayler.
CLEABFELLD—M. A. Frank,
KIJZABETHTOWN- 7 Charles Roster.
GREENCASTLE—M. D. Detrich.
HIGHSPIRE—F. 0. Alleman.
HOLLIDAYSBURG—A. F. Diflenbecker.
LOCK HAVEN—J. D. Stratton.
LEBANON—H. H. Roedel.
MILTON—Dr. E. Franciscus.
MIDDLETOWN—George H. Lenhart.
IdECHANICSBURG—John W. Stout.
MOUNT JOY—James Dysart.
KILLF.RABURG—B. G. Steever.
kateLlNTOWN—Weidman & Littlefield
MAPLETON STATION—Dr. Gettys.
SHIPPENSBUBG—KeIso & Hinkle.
TYRONE CITY—T. R. Morrie.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.,—Ayers & Lundy.
YORK—J. S. Boyer.
UMBRELLA MANUFAOTORY !
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
M. H. LEE,
MANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
PARSOLS and WALKING CANES, will furnish
gouda at LUWBR PAUPAi than can be bandit to any or
he Pastern cities. Country M''TCtUIAILS will do well to
11 and atomic° wic n %at aritiv, sod e,,avvic* theta
Ives or thlx fta: lintß -41 V
FOR PRESERVING PUBPOBBB.
A VERY superior article, (pure,) just
received and for sale by
WM. DOCK, 411., 4 co.
SMOKED BPAY.—A splendid lot, large
and well cured.
FRESH invoice of Lemons, Oranges,
Bslalns, asa, bA, for sale by
NIOROL4 & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and ldarket street'.
GLASS Jars for putting up fruit, the
celebrated .11111vilie patent, cheap, alinpla and ef
fectual, warranted to pee a &grunion, Jost received and
ior wale by NICHOL/I at BtoW,lam,
Jen Corner front and Market street.
TCE CREAM Saucers, Philadelphia style,
DM tabby NICROI.S & boliVeLata.
myTa owner Trout and I( sure Ms.
MASON'S "CHALLENGE BLACKING.
pe Gross, assorted rises, Just received, end for
ewe at Wholesale prices,
dell WY. nom. Jr.. & Co.
BIRD Fountains and Bot:id Boxes, Ca
nary and Hemp aLed for aale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Frolic ud Market week!
FIRE CRACKERS, Fire Crackers, jus t
received and for eale'ebeap by
lel4 Qorner Prom and ItArket streets.
POMADE HONGROIB E
708 MOW Tall
MOUSTAO HE S,
jet -HALLER'S ,Itti@STOBB.
A SMALL, but very superior lot of
jo h , Bologna IMMO JIM reCOVrad, by
COIL and Bee those nice and cheap 13u
gars for preserving, &a., at
NIOtiOLS $ BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Mantel street".
NEWBOLD HAMS.—A. small lot of
these o.lebrsted73ama just received.
r-r 24 . WM. DOCK, Jr., 4 CO.
TERSEY HA 511—Ten tierces of these
- justly eelebratal.supx oared hams, roadved sad
or 1111:0 in large muesli quantities .
WS( DOCK 7a. &
(`CRAB- OWER.—Constantly on hand at
j very superior article of grema (ma am,.
WM. DOOR. Ja. t 00
SODA Biscuit, City Crackers, justreceii 7 -:
edsna for ea oby NIGH i 1 & „ om A. ,j ,
Cornorleyout od market stivota.
A6llPSitiOtt lot of Dandelion and iti*
o o treo, for Mb it theatre of JO I v WtSg lay
bTORE 14 the place
jo t . Le buy Paola
wit DOCK, Jil. k CO
Jr. k Co