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that were over known; many troubled with ringing in
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alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
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Dr. J. addressee all those who have injured themselves
by improper indulge ce and solitary 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
duced by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
Back and, Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Lose of Muscular Power , Palpitation of the heart, Dye
popsy Nervous Irratib ty, Derangement of tbeDigestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
ill Srzurr.—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas , De
pression of Spirits, kali Forbudings, Avers on to Society,
Self Distrust, Love of calitudo, Timidity , ac., are some of
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THOUSINDS of persona of all ages can now 'judge what
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becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
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Who have Injured tbemseivas by a certain practice in
dniged In when alone, a habit frequently learned flout
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
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the mind becomes shadowed with despair and tilled with
the melancholly rad Mimi that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Disease of Imprudence:
When the ml-guided and imprudent votary of pleasure
nods that he has imbibef the seeds of this painful dis
ease, it too often bapens that an tll-timed sense of shame
or dread of discovery, deters him from applying to those
who, trout esuoution and respectability, can alone be
friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on
this burr d disease make their appearance, such as ul
iterated sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains In
the head and limbs, dimness of eight, dearness, nodes on
the shin bones and arms, blotches on the h ad, face and
extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose fail
is, and the victim either awful disease become a horrid
object of commiseration, till death puts a period to hie
dreadful sufferings, by sending him to a that Erediscov
vered Country from whence no traveler returns."
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rant pretenders, who by the use of that Deadly Poison,
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regularly Educated .Ph.vsiclins incapable of Curing, they
keep you Lefts month after MOath taking their filthy
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534 mu be obtained, and in despair, leave you with ruin
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His remedies or treatment are unknown to all others,
prepared irom a life spent in the g-eat hospitals of Eu
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Character and respikisibility, is a sufficient guarrautee
skin Diseases Speedily Cured.
persons writing should be particular in directing their
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VOL X VIII
RELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
"MG `(LY OONCENTR A TED”
Man :UND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
A Positive and Specific Remedy
For Digeases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This 31edicine increases the power of Digestion, and
excites the ABSORBENTS int healthy action, by which
the WATERY OR CALCAREOUS depositions, and all UN
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PAIN AND INFLAMATIDN and is good for
MEN, womEt4 OR CHILDREN.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Earlyln•
discretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power)
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness GI Vision, Pain in the Beet
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Fleshing of tfle Body
Dryness of the Skin, COUNTENANCE, Eruptions on the Face
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this med
icine invariably removes, soon follows
IMPOTENCY. FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
IN OFiE OF WHICH THE PATIENT MAY MIRE.
Who can say that they are not frequeutly followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware or the cause of their suffering,
BUT NONE WILL CONFFSE.
THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Mdanchoty Deaths by Consumption,
BEAR AMPLE WITNESS TO THE TIME OP Ttht ASSERTION
THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH
Requires tho aid of medicine to strengthen and
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LD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEMPLA
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118 in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
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ay, and for all complaints incident to the sex, whether
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DECLINE OE CHANGE OF LINE,
BD SYMPTOMS ABOVU
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
Tiu NO NORM &IMAM. MROLTRY, OR UNPLEASANT:MEDI.
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II HO HAVE BEEN 7HE VICTIMS OF QUACKS,
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dried up in the system, to braes out in an aggravated
PERHAPS AFTER MARRLACE.
Uso Eisurann's Hussar Buono for all affections and
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whether existing in
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HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these Organs require the aid of DIURETIC
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT MICRO
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mercury, or other injurious drugs, but aro purely vege
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OFFICE NO. 408 CHESTNUT STREET.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS. ..11,643,888
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
JOHN F. JAMES, Actuary,
CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVEi on the most reason able terms.
They aet as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under
last Wills: and as Receivers sad Assignees-
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the THItiD BONUS in December,.lBs4, and the YOURTH
BONUS in 1859. These additions are made without re
quiring any increase in the premiums to be pa id to the
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llnsured Amount or Policy and
addrion Bonus or bonne to be increased
Policy. by future additions.
No. 8a I $2500 8 887 69
" 132 3000 1,050 to
" 199 1 1000 , 400 00
" 333 5009 1,815 00 i
Agent at arrieburg and vie ni
D. GEO. W. STINE, graduate of the
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, havingp er
manently located in the city of Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Th ird street
between Market and Walnut, respeaully informs his
friends and the public in general, that he is prepared to
perform all operations in the Dental profession, either
Sargica ior mechanical. in a manner that shall not be
s m n o rp os as o s f eLb e y rt or g ra ß t r o t r i S tio i ta n i tr ew or
is an u y po o n tli th er e city. latast His
from one to
proved acientidc principle.
a full set, mounted on fine Geld,
Silver, Matins plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I lake great pleasure in recommending the above gen
tleman to all my former friends of Harrisburg and Vi
cinity, and feel confident that he will perform all opera
tions Ina scientific manner, from my knowledge of his
&NO. Prij B4l 4l F. J. D. GORGAn. D. D.P.
INDEPENDENI 1N ALL THIN4_,Hs--
HARRISBURG, PA. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 23, 1862
THE LATE BOMB BEFOEB RICHMOND.
LIST OF THE KILLED WOUNDED AND KISS-
List of killed, wounded and missing, company A,
Capt. James G. Henry, head, slightly wound
ed, June 27.
Sergi. Thomas M. Huston, killed, June 27,
Private, John P. Carol, killed June 27.
Private Alex. J. Bally, eye. brow, wounded
Private Andrew J. Roes, (preeent,) foot,
wounded, June 26.
Private . Patrick Weaver, head, wounded
Private Aaron Gray, (present,) arm, wound
ed June 26.
Private Samuel L. Wilson, thigh, wounded
Private James J. McPherson, arm, wounded
Private Daniel F. Brodhead, hip, wounded
Private Cousin Anderson, (present,) neck,
wounded June 27.
Private William Roes, low maxilery shot off,
wounded June 27.
Private, Josiah Shawl, shoulder, wounded
Serg't Henry M. Wick, hip, wounded June 80.
Private Lee Armstrong, leg, wounded June
Private William McMaster, breast, wounded
Private Richard D. Oakley, wounded June 30.
Private Matt. P. Badger, breast, wounded
Private Wm. S. Crouch, wounded June 80.
Private Daniel Hill, leg, wounded June 30; 1
Private, John F. Greene, wounded June 30.
Private Knox G. Campbell, arm, wounded
Corporal John MoManue, missing June 80.
Private Geo. W. McAfoose; missing June 80.
Private Simon I. Wagner, missing June 80.
Private John G. Morris, missing Jane 80.
Killed of Company B.
Sergeant M. J. Miller.
Corporal Philip Carmison.
Private E. F. Clark.
" T. Krempel.
" T. J. Miller.
" A. S. Nicholson.
" Wm. Peetens. 1
" Joseph H. H. Ship.
" James Wood.
" Wm. K. Wood.
" Harrison Young.
" Charles McAllister.
" Ed. McFadden.
Wounded of Company B.
Captain B. E. Johnston,
First Lieutenant Wm. Carter.
Second Lieutenant Jeff. Bradford.
Privates S. F. Dodd.
" John C. Grey.
" John W. Grubbs.
" Matthew Gant.
" Wm. H. Howling.
" H. A. Stewart.
" James Steel.
" Henry Wysing.
" Geo. F. Welsh.
" E. Jourdan.
" John R. Williams.
" Butler Arable.
Killed, Wounded and Missing, Company C.
Sergeant Charles Hacker, killed on June 27.
Private Conrad Shaffer killed June 27.
Private Peter Smith, killed June 27.
Private John A. Wilson, killed June 80.
Captain George S. Gallop, wounded in leg,
Private Randolph Speer, wounded in leg,
Private Joseph F. Diebold, wounded in leg,
Private Win. B. Elliott, wounded, in leg, and
missing, June 27.
Private Michael Shortie, wounded in left.
breast, June 27.
Private Peter McGee, wounded leg, June 27.
First Sergeant John A. Dorington, wounded
in right arm, June 30. •
Private Thomas Hughes, wounded in arm
and cheek, June 80.
Private George A. Smith, wounded in leg,
Private John McDowl, wounded head June 80.
Private William James, wounded in face and
shoulder, Jane 80.
Private Washington Louis, wounded and
missing, June 80.
Sergeant Edward Able, missing June 80.
Sergeant Joseph Nixon, missing June 80.
Corporal John A. Culbert, missing June 80.
Private Patrick Hurley, missing June 89.
Private Henry Struble, missing June,Bo.
Killed 4 ; Wounded 12 ; Missing b ; Total 21.
Kaled, Wounded and Missing in Company D.
Sergeant Wm. Wilkerson, killed, June 30.
Captain C. L. Conner, missing, June 27.
First Lieutenant G. W. Miller, missing, June
Private Jacob Archibald, missing, June 80.
" Wm. C. Mitchell, di
" Wm. H. Undeiwood, " di
" James Rowland, " If
" Isaac Mayhorn, " di
" John Young,
Rudolph Rhyn, wounded in hand,
Private Robert Young, wounded in hand,
Private M. C. Swearer, wounded in hip,
Private Wash. Haddock, wounded in thigh,
Private John Er. Quo, wounded in hand,
Private Win. McWilliam, wounded in groin,
Corporal Wm. Fulertar, wounded in knee,
Corporal Wm. P. Dean, wounded in head,
Killed, Wounded and Missing in Company B.
Corporal John Cochran, killed, June 27.
Corporal John Marmie, killed, June 27.
Private Jas. Allison, wounded leg, June 30.
Private F. Graham, wounded in nose, June2T.
Private W. Grindle, wounded in leg,June 30.
Private Wm. Stoner, spent ball in breast,
Seargent (Mau Cadwalader, wounded in
aims, June 80.
Private J. Moore, wounded in leg, June 80.
hleargent John Sweeney, wounded hi shoed
der, June . 80:
Private James Brown, wounded In shoulder,
Private George Taylor, wounded in shoulder,
Private Jae. Spencer, wounded leg, lune
ING IN THE Bth P. K. V. C.
N ii,UTRAL IN NONE.
Private Simon Brady, missing, June 26 •
Private George Taylor, wounded, June 26.
Private John Richards, wounded, June 30.
Private Wm. LaGrainde, wounded, June 30.
Killed, wounded and missing of company F.
Capt. John Eichelberger, missing, June 26.
First. 'Lieut. Eli Eichelberger, missing,
Second Lieut. L. B. Waltz, missing, June 26.
First Sergeant,, James Cleaver, missing,
Second Sergeant, D. B. Armstrong, wounded,
Corporal David Horton, missing, June 26.
" E. H. White. "
" John Q. Leicidy, " 11
" J. B. Linn, probably killed, June 30,
—}r - " L. R. Piper, missing, June 26.
" J. B. Tobias, " 41
" Geo. Heffner, "
Private Geo. W. Amick, missing, June 26,
" Levi Broombougb, "
" Geo. Brown, it
" David Bolinger, " it
46 J. S. Cook, - / 4 66
James Capstick, 66 It
...4,. 41 W. H. Dasher, " It
J. Evans, 16 61
" C. Eastright, di "
It W. H. Eichelberger, " "
" Wm. Holdcraft, wounded, hip, and
; missing, June 26.
- Private Wm. H. Foor, wounded, June 26.
'$ Henry Figart, missing, June 26.
" A. A. Garret, " di
0. C. Garlick, " dt
Robert Gamble, " "
" James Gates, id
" David A. Headrick, missing June 26.
" Wilson Grubb, " It
" Geo. Leader, it
" Geo. Juda, di It
" 13artley Manspeker, " it
" David Martin,killed,
" J. B. Penrod, Jr., " Id
" Coonrod Robb,
" Henry Showalters, "
" M. P. Shaw,
" T. A. Taylor,
" Ales. Wareing,
" John Camell,
" James Barber,
" S. S. Foor, wounded, neck,
• Killed, wounded and mining of Company G.
Lieut. H. H. Maquilken, wounded, June 27.
Sergeant M. V. B. Hazen, wounded, arm,
Private Morgan Barclay, killed, June 27.
Private John T. Booth, wounded, hand,
Private William Burnham, killed, June 27.
Private Banal Drum, wounded, arm, June 27.
Private J. L. Francis, wounded, leg, June 27.
Private John Grimes, wounded, shouldtr,
Private J. B. Jones, killed, June 27.
Private Win. Z. Kendall, killed, June 27.
Private Job King, killed, June 27.
Private Henry Stark,wounded, breast,June 27.
Private Isaac Mitchell, wounded and missing,
Private Jordan M. Neemith, wounded, leg,
Private Andrew F. Neff, wounded, breast and
arm, June 27.
Private Geo. Proud, killed, June 27.
Private Samuel Sager, killed, June 26.
Private Patrick Toohey, killed, June 27.
Private L. Vaughan, wounded, shoulder.
Private Samuel Wilcox, wounded, shoulder.
Private James Marshall, wounded, cheek.
Private James M'Namee, killed, June 26.
Billed, 9 ; wounded, 13—Total, 22.
Killed, Wounded, and Mianny, of Company 11,
G. W. Frasier ' wounded arm, light; June 27.
Serg't. A. H. Beck, wounded, face, June 30.
Private J. B. M.ortimore, wounded leg, June
Private George Noll, wounded arm, June 27.
" John Sweeny, " " " 27.
" Q. W. Stover, " leg, " 30.
" B. Showers, " side, " 30.
" Daniel Walter, head, wounded and
=liming, June 27.
Private Warren Whitehill, wounded and
missing, June SO.
Private Wm. O'Brion, wounded and missing,
Private J. D. Fox, wounded and missing,
Sergeant J. A. Galway, wounded and miss
ing, June 30. .
Silted, wounded and missing qf company 1.
Private Elijah M'Clelhind, killed, June 27.
Private Job Franks, wounded, arm, June 27.
Corporal Edward' Miner, wounded, breast,
Private Robert A. Sayers, wounded, thigh,
Private Asa Rule, wounded, knee, June 27.
Private J. M. Church, wounded, hand, June
Private Allen Phillips, wounded, both arms,
Private James Lucas, wounded, leg, June 30.
Private H. H. Lindsey, missing, June 30.
Sergeant Jimes A. Woods, wounded, nose,
Private John H. McClelland, missing, June 30.
Private James Horner, missing, June 80.
Private Joseph Axton, missing, "
Private John P. Burk, missing, "
Private Wm. Watson, missing, "
Total-1 killed, 8 wounded and 6 missing.
Killed, Wounded and Jfusing of Company S.
Capt. Alex. Wishart, wounded in face, se
verely, June 27.
Corporal Hugh Gettens, wounded in thigh,
severely, Jane 27.
Corporal R. Johnson Dye, wounded in neck,
slightly, June 27.
Private Alfred Andenton, wounded below the
knee, severely, June 30.
Private Peter El'Oreary,wounded LOIN breast,
severely, June 30.
Private Lewis E. Ozenbaugh, wounded in
wrist, very slightly, June 27.
Private Griffith D. Taylor, wounded in head,
slightly, June 26.
Private Andrew Daley, wounded in back,
Private David Bambarger, wounded in neck,
severely, June 30.
Private Wm. Barrett, wounded in breast,
missing,' June 27.
Private David Gilmore, wounded in atm and
breast, miming, June 30.
Corporal Hugh Moore, missing June so.
Private Dennis Butler, " "
" Amos P. Cline, " "
" John W. Green, " "
," Anonio Morales, " "
" Geo. W. Martin, " If
" • Geo. Malburn, It C.
" Jas. D. WllEllen .1 s
" real:lCW W. Orr, "
" Leander Sinclair,
From our Morning Union.
IMPORTANT EXEUtinvE ORDERa
The Property of Rebels to be Seised and
Used for Military Purposes.
The Slaves of Rebels to be Employed
as Laborers in the Army
THE OVERLAND MAIL.
RIGHTS OP- ALLIENI3.
THE NEW VIDEO STATES NOTES.
THE NEW TARIFF ACT.
WAR DIP'T WABIUNGTON, July 22, 1862.
• EXECUTIVE ORDERS.
Sirst-sOdered that Military Commanders with-,
in the States of Virginia, South Carolina, Geprt
gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana,.
Texas, and Arkansai, in an orderly manner,'
seize and use any property, real or personal,
which may be necessary orconvenient for their
several commands, as supplies or for other
military purposes, and that while property may
be destroyed for proper military objects, none
shall be destroyed in wantoness or malice.
Second, That military and naval command
ers shall employ as laborers, within, and from
said States, so many parsons of African descent'
as can be advantageously used for military or
naval purposes, giving them reasonable wages
for their labor.
Third, that as to both property and per
sons of African descent, accounts shall be
kept, sufficiently accurate and in detail. to
show quantities and amounts, and from whom
both property and such persons shall have come
as a bases upon which compensation can be
made in proper cases. The several depart
ments of this government will attend and per
form their appropriate parts towards the execu
tion of these orders.
BY order of the President,
(Signed) EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
Arrangements are being made by which the
overland mail will be assorted upon the care
on the Hannibal and Joseph railroad, thus pre
venting delay in distribution at the St. Joseph
poet office, or any point west of Chicago.
The following order from the President was
yesterday embodied in a general order from the
office of the Adjutant General, U. S. A., and
committed to the commanders of the different
military depots :
Representation has been made to the Field
dent by the Ministers of various foreign pow
ers in amity with the United States, that the
subjects of such powers, have during the pres•
ent insurrection, been obliged or required by
military authorities to take an oath of general
or qualified allegiance to this Government. It
is the duty of all aliens residing in the U. S., to
submit to, and obey the law and respect the
authority of the Cfvernment for any proceeding
or conduct inconsistent with this obligation,
and subversive of that authority, they may
rightfully be subjected to military restraints
when this may be necessary ; but they cannot
be required to take an oath of allegiance to
this Government because it conflicts with the
duty they owe to their own sovereigns. All
such obligations heretofore taken are therefore
remitted and annulled. Military commanders
will abstain from imposing similar obligations
in future, and will in lien thereof adopt such
other resuaints of the character indicated as
they shall find necessary, convenient and ef
fectual for the public safety.
It is further directed that whenever any order
shall be made affecting the personal liberty of
an alien, reports of the same and of the causes
thereof, shall be made to the War Department
for the consideration of the Deputy of State.
Workmen are now engaged carrying the
necessary machinery in the Treasury building
for printing the recently authorized United
States notes. On inquiry, it is ascertained that
those below the denomination of five dollars
will be issued in about three weeks. The
Treasury Department is arranging details for
carrying the new tariff act into operation.
A general circular on the subject will be is
sued by the first of August.
From Gen. M'Clellan's Army
THE MEN EAGER FOR A FIGHT.
Attempt of Bebele to Blookade the
Our Gunboats Silence Three Batteries.
A gentleman who arrived here this afternoon
left IrVelelien's head-quarters on Saturday
morning. He states that General WC'ellen is
not the least dashed at the turn events have
taken, but is more confident than ever that he
will capture Richmond as soon as his army is
properly recruited. Whenever he appears on
the field the men pay him a perfect ovation.
Even the sick and wounded raise their caps and
crutches and shout for him. He is perfectly
idolized by the men under his command, as
they ale araous and eager for him to lead
them into battle. Their confidence in him has
never been shaken. The troops are daily im
proving in health. General M'Clellan receives
all his supplies with great regularity. The
men are now furnished with most excellent ra'
tions. They are served with fresh beef four
times a week.
The rebels are making a desperate attempt
to blockade the James river. They are con
tinually erecting new batteries in new Posi
tions, but they are invariably silenced by a
few shells from our gunboats. General Mc-
Clellan says the rebels will never be able to
close the James river against him. The posi
tion now held by our army is a most secure
one. The only pnint ofattack the rebels have
is an open space of about a quarter of a mile,
which they cannot enter in sufficient force to
dislodge our troops. The guns mounted at
this point would mow the rebels down asispld
ly as they could march up.
WASHINGTON, July 21, 1862
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Having procured Steam Power Process, we are pr?par
ed to execute JOB :and BOOK PRINT.NG of miry
description, cheaper thin It tau be dose' at 'Mica"
estabbeliment in tile country.
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Sight lines or more man four constitute a square.
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a th ree months 400
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Eminent notices inaerted in the Local Cbitent - War
before Marriages and Deaths, EIGHT CENTS PER LIME
for each insertion. _ _
air Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular
News From Richmond.
.LETTER PEON GEN. McCALL.
WWI OF MAJOit HARRY RIDDLI
Gen, MoCall's Aooonnt of his Capture.
Col. Seneca G. Simmons Certainly Dead.
PIIIGILDELPEMk, July 22.
This morning Mr. Thomas A. Biddle, of this
city, received the following letter from Gen.
"RICHMOND, VA., }
4 . 708AC00 gOUSII PRIBON,' July 9, '62.
"My Dear Sir: I enclose you herewith a note
from your brother Harry, the only reply I have
had to two notes written to him.
"On my arrival in the city I was politely of
fered quarters in the Spottswood House, where
I remained three days. While there, on the
3d inst., a Tennesseean called with a message
from Harry, who, I learned then, for the first
time, was a prisoner. It had been reported to
me on the field,.on the 30th ult., that he was
wounded while returning from the left,whither
he had carried an order from myself; but I
thought he had been carried off by our own
"I at once wrote to Gen. Winder, requesting
permission to send a carriage for him ; in reply
which I received the enclosed, notifying me of
his arrival at Chimborazo Hospital No. S. I
at once requested permission to visit him ; but
this was not deemed consistent with estab
"I trust he will soon be well enough to
travel and perhaps visit his family on parole.
Do be pleased to express to Mrs. Biddle' my
sincere and deep sympathy; but, at the same
time, my sincere and deep conviction that it
will not be long before her husband joins her,
with all his honors.
"My division had a desperate fight that day.
I was under fire all day, encouraging my men
and urging them on against superior numbers.
I am under great concern for the other mem
bers of my staff. Scheetz and Lewis both left
me to deliver orders and did not return. Late
in the day Beatty was shot in the leg and left
me with but two orderlies.
"The Reserves fought nobly, but they are
terribly cut up. Simmons, commanding first
brigade, killed ; Meade, commanding second
brigade, wounded, and a large number of of
ficers with them.
" After dark, the battle still raging on the
right, I brought forward some 600 men, ral
lied by Lient Col. Thomson, and riding in ad
vance, in the obscurity of the evening, I rode
rightinto the Forty-seventh Virginia, drawn
up under some trees, and so ended the chapter.
(Signed) " Gs*. A. McCALL. '
The enclosure in the above letter was m fol
" Henry J. Biddle, Assistant Adjutant Gene
ral, McCall's Division, 11. S. A., is wounded
and a prisoner, now at Chimborazo Hospital
No, 8, he wlehe3 to be reported to our authori
ties, and to be paroled, if allowable.
(Signed) "E. H. Barra Surgeon."
" CrumaortAzo HOSPENLL, Division No. 3,
Ward F, July Bth, 1862 —Capt. Biddle desires
me to say that he is wounded twice by ballets,
(in shoulder) Races the back, and through the
left arm, besides two scratches on thigh.
"N. B.—l think him not mortally wounded.
" J. B. McCAW, Surgeon."
" Cot B. says he knows nothing of the
members of the staff.
(Signed) . J. B. McCAW,
" Surgeon in Chief, Chimboraio Hospital."
The words in parenthesis in the above note,
are interlined in the original, in Capt. Biddle's
own handwriting. His own note to General
McCall is as follows:
CAPT. BIDDLIeB EMI.
"Seneca Simmons, Colonel Fifth Pennsyl
vania infantry, commanding brigade, died in
hospital in woods by my side; is buried here.
I laid out in field, mudhole,
house and woods,
till dusk on 2d, and reached here at midnight.
(Signed) "H. 3..81DDL11.
THE RAIDS OF GUERRILLAS•
Mississippi Towns in Their Possession.
The steamer General Anderson, from Evans
ville, has arrived. She pasted Henderson,
Kentucky, yesterday forenoon. The rebels
had possession of the town. They say they
don't intead to interfere with navigation on the
river, except Government boats, nor with pri
vate property. The number of rebels is not
Lieut. A. B. Johnson, of Bridewell's Tennes
see Cavalry, in command, is:ued a proclama
tion, in which he says he has come to protect
the citizens against insults and ruling despot
ism. They claim to be regular soldiers,' not
gnexillas. Some commissary stores, belonging
to the Government, were captured, and a few
Newburg, ten miles above Evansville, is also
in possession of the rebels.
Very Important from Arizona.
The California Expedition forms a Jane-
ti oll with Gen. Canby's Forces.
Positive information has been received here
stating that General Carlton's expedition from.
California, consisting of te n companies of in
fantry, Ave of cavalry and a battery—regulari
and volunteers—have reached Santa Barbara,
in Arizona, in safety and fine condition. There
General Carlton formed a junction with the
forces under General Canby.
Their junction secures the driving of the re
bels out of Melilla Valley, AriZona; at well as
out of the northern tier of the counties of Texes,
and the restoration to the authority of the
United States of Fort Fillmore, Arizona, aid
Fort Bliss, Texas.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
• NEW Yoax, July 22.
Cotton quiet. Sales 500 bales at 50c. Flour
firm. Sales 28,000 bbls. Wheat advanced la
2c. Sales 275 , 000 bush. at $1 10®$1 16 for
Chicago' Spring, $1 14(41120 for Milwaukie
Club, ill 26(411 82 for Red, $1 82®11 50 for
White.. Corn steady. Sales 98,000 Wish. at 51
(Who. Whiskey heavy at 8(1®80ic.
CAreo, July 19