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1 ELEGR P
BY GEORGE BERGNER.
IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY,
GEORGE , BERGNER.
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city at fi cents per wok. Yearly subscri r bers Will be
charged gt oo in advance.
WEEKLY AND WIEELT TZLVORAPH.
The Tsui:sers alsOptiblished twice a week during
the session of the Legislature, and weekly during the
remainder or the year, and furnlehed to subscribers at
the iothwing cash rat es, viz:
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ROES OF ADVERTISING
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o six months 6 00
one y.ar 10 00
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ous week 200
(I one month . ... 6 00
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II one year 20 00
/fir Scustnels noticesjoserted in the Local Column, or
before Marriages and Deaths, RIGHT DENTS PER 1..1511t
for tacit inaertion.
gar !airtime& and Deaths to be charged as regular
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION.
"HIGHLY CONCENTRA TED"
main QNO FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
A Positive and Spada° Remedy
For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine Increases the power of Digestion, and
excites the ABSORBENTS Intl healthy action, by which
the WATERY Ott CALOAREOUS depositions, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well ea
PAIN AND INFLAMATION, and is good for
MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN.
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUM%
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early In
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 ci VISIOn, Pain in the Back
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing of tile Body
DrynessPA L he DCU NTENANCEEupIons on tbe Face
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, whirs h this med
Mine Invariably removes, soon follows
IMPOTENCY. FATUITY EPILEPTIC FITS,
IN ONE OF WHICH THE P ATIENT MAY EMPIRE.
Who cam say that they are not freqtautly followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the canto of their suffering,
RUT NONE WILL CONFESS.
THE RECOaDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Melancholy Deaths by COSTIIIIIption,
sea LIMA MOM% To TU. TRITIIt OP THE answinsan.
THE CONSTITUTION ONCe; AFFECTED WITH
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
Invigorate the System,
Which Eintarnotros EXTRACT BEICaII incariably doe
TMIAL WILL COKTKIIIIIII YOST BEEPTIOAL,
OLD OR gesst4o, iStßeam, MAtterzykom cowrie on..
IN MANY AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO PERALER,
the Ixtraot Bache Is unequalled by any other remedy,
as In OhWads or Retention, Irregularity,Psintelness, or
Suppressio aor Customary Resonation', Ulcerated or
&tritons state of the Uterus, Lesoorhces Whites, Stern.
Ity, and Mr all Complaints Incident to the sex, whether
arising from Indiscretion, Debits of Dissipation, or in
DEOMNII OR CHARGE OF LIFE.
MO SYMPTOMS AHOY'
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
lass so sou Ruses' Moms, Oa IMPLUSANTIMIIDI.
61141101 tINPLWANIr IND DANOIROI72 DIMEIIII.
SEMIBOLD'S EXTRACT BUMS/
In all their Stages,
Little or no change In Diet ;
Arid no Ingesure.
It causes a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions.
Preventing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra
Allaying Pain and Imflammatio so frequent In the
class of diseases, and Melling all , Diseased
and wornrout ifaiter.
Illouttilaw OPON Tscraeste
ASO HATE BMX( SHE naratsOF QUACKS,
lad who have paid Ham rasa to be cared in a short
Wee have found they were deceived, and that the "POI.
PUNT' has, by the use of 'Tow/tarn earattrazters, been
bled op in the system, to brews out in an aggravated
PERHAPS AFTER JURRIARE.
Use Rinsetow , s Erman , Ehnen for all affections and
Susses of the
whether existing in
DIALS OR FICRIALR,
from whatever canto originating and no matter a
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases d those Orpos require the aid of DUMB CIO
EELMBOLDII =TRACI BUONO
IS THE GREAT DRUMM,
And is certain to have the desired effect hi all Diseases
ICR WHICH IT Id RECOMMENDED.
Boidonce of the mint reliable end rerponsible character
will accompany the modicum.
CERTIFICATES OF CUM,
,brontB to2o yearn standing,
WrIEL NAIL IXOWDI TO
Price $1 00 per bottle, or six for $5 00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from obser
DIKRIBB SYMPTOMS IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS.
Cam Guaranteed t Advice Gratis I
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of ttbo
city of Philadelphia, H. T. Hatatioln, who being drily
Morn, Both say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no
tummy, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vege
H. T. HELKBOID.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of No
rember, WIC P. RIBBER% Alderman,
Ninth St. above Race, Phtba.
gees letters for information In confidence to
H. T. EEKMBOLD, Chemist,
tE m . ‘ , I" South Tenth St., bel. Manna, Ph il o,
ANu In '' ll %`lOlPLED DRALTARR-
Who endeavor to Atom:
Annie em !RI RiPtitAlZ:r 111r2 °WS • 11114 "Cl3/1
Rehaboldvi Genuine Prep.:Z: l RY
/6 di kwAraot 'ant &
Improved Rosa axttln
%N u ll
Sold by O. K. defier, 1). W, Orals
knavart. , • Wyatt, C s
AND ALL DRUGILST3 SVERPWIIRRie.
ASK FOR RELMEOLLPS. TARN NO &run.
Oat out the adverdrament , and send for It,
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND ixoZtallitit.
D. GEO. W. S LINE, gradttate of the
Baltimore College of Denril Surgery, havlngp er
msnently located in the city of Harrisburg and taken the
Mice formerly ocrapled, by Dr. Gorges, on Third street
between Market and Walnut., respectfully informs the
Mende and the nubile in general, that he Is prepared to
perform all operations in the Dental profession, either
Burgles for mechanical, in • manner that shall not be
Repassed by operators in this or any other city. His
mode of inserting artificial tooth ie upon the latest im
proved scientific pramiple.
Teeth, from one to a felt set, mounted on fine Gold,
Slyer, nutria plates or the vulcanite Base.
I take greakpleasnre in recommending the above gen
tleman to all my former friends or garrlaburg and vi
cinity, and feel confident that he will perform all opera
tions Ln mientglo panne ; from My knowledge Of
ainkly. • IntyllAllifi F. J. 8. 00114 AW.
HAS discovered the most certain, speedy.
and effetcual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
WILDE IN SIX TO TMELVB EOM&
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs. •
A Cure Warranted, or no. Charge, in from one
to Two Dept.
Weakness of the Back or,Limbs, Strictures, Affections
of the Is hineys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Ire-
potency, General , Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsy, I ad
guar, Low Spirits , Conn: Won of Ideas, l's Ipitation of the
Heart. Timidity, Tremblings, 'Dimness of bight or Giddi-,
nap, Di sense of the Head , Threat, Nose or Skin, Affec
tias of the Liver Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those ter•
cable disorders exiting from the Solitary Habits of Youth
--those nem and solitary praciteas more fatal to the Ir
victims than the song of :yrens to the Mariners of lays.
sea, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, &n, Impossible.
• Young Men
Especially, who have become the ;victims. or Solitary
Flee, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect,
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating mar 7
rugs, being aware of physical weakness, organic debili
ty, deformities, he., speediT cured:
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. , may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and 00o
fldently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored.
This distressing Aflection—which renders l Ito misera
ble and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulgences. Young persons are too
apt to commit excesses tram not being aware Of the
dreadful eenseqtences that may 0011110. NOW; who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow
er of procreation is lost sooner hy those falling into im
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de.
pr,ved the pleasures of healthy offhpring, the moat ae.
Aims and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Norvions Irrattbtltty, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Censtitutlesti Debility, a Wasting of the
Frame, Hough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Lett hand side going from Baltimore street, a low door.:
from the corner. Fail not to observe BOMB and number:
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp.' The Doc.'
tor's Dtplomaa bang in his office.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
No Marorry or .Nauseous Drugs,
Dr. 3ohnson, •
Member of the Royal College of iiiirgeone, Louden, efad
nate from oue of the most eminent Colleges in the United
States, and the greater part of whose lite has been spent
in the hospital' of London, Perla, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the most astonishing cares
that were ever known; many troubled with ringing In
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were oared immediately..
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. J. addresses all these who have injured themselves
by improper indulge. ce end solitary habits, which ruin
both body and mind, unfitting them for either business,
study, society qr matrices
, Wiese are some of the sad and melancholly effects pro
Boon sarLtin . Paluslykthe : . . 'Dimness ,r . Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitatlottof the heart, Dys
pe.pay Nervous Irratibil ty, Derangement of thengestive
Functions, General DebUhty, Symptoms of Consumption,
liarraLiv..—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded—loss of Memory, Confusion of ideas, De•
premien of Spirits, Evil forbodings, Aversion. to domety,
dell Diatrust, Love ofholitude, Timidity, do., are sonic of
the erns produced. .
Tammarms of persons of all ages can now judge what
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
singular appearance about the eyes, cough and symptoms
Who have injured thitaielvelby a certain practice In
dulged In when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, oral school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not oared renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both Wild and body,
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that &young man, the hope of his coun
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched from
all prospects and enjoyments of Rib, by the eoniequence
of deviating from the path of nature and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons MOT, before centrum
At little Nipecuie ;
reflect theta sound mind and betty are the most Boos
eery requitites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed,
without these, the journey through lira becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view 7
the mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled , with
the melanoholly nib Won that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Disease of Imprudence.
When the miegulded and imprudent votary of pleasure
finds that he has imbibed the seeds - of thil palofut dis
ease, it too often !wens that an ill timed sense of shame
or dread of discovery, deters him from applying to those
who, from eluestion and respeetabWty, can alone be.
friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on.
this horr d disease make their appearance, such as nl
oersted sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in
the head and limb*, dimness of sight, destines, nodes on
the thin bowl and arms, blotahes es the h aid, face and
extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall
is, and the victim of awful disease become a horrid
object of commiseration, till death puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings, by sending hun to w that Urdissov.
vered Country from whence no traveler returns."
It is a mehuishony fact that thousands fill victims to
this terrible disease, owing to the unskilfultness of igno
rant pretenders, who by the use of that Deorny Poison,
Mercury, ruin the constitution and make the residue o
Trust not your liveS, or health, to the care of the many
Unlearned and Worthiest" Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or character, who copy Dr. Johnsonl adver
vertleements, or style themselves In the newspapers,
regularly educated Physicians Incapable of Curing, they
keep you trilling - month after mei( th taking their filthy
and polsonouswas compounds, or as long as the smallest
!be WI be obtained, and In despair, leave you with ruin.
ed health to sigh over your galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnson is the only Physician advertising
His credential or diplomas always hangs In hIS office.
Ilia remedies or treatment are unknown to all others,
prepared from a life spent in the gr eat hospitals of PM:
rope, the first to the country and a more extensive Pri
vate Practice thin any other Physician in the worid.
Indorsement of the Press.
The many-tholutauds cared at the Institution year af
terycar, and the numerous important Surgical Opera
tions performed by Dr. Johnson, witneessed by the re
porters of the 'Sm.' , dOlipper," and many other pa
pers, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides hia standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, is a euf/hdent guarrautee
b kin Diseases Speedily Cured.
Persons writing should be particular in directing their
I letters to his Institution, 113 the -following manner :
JOHN X. JOHNSON, IL D.
of the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, lid
A 'lnge supply of fresh - Salad Oil. in
large end man bottles, and of different brands
net received end Am sale by.
FIRE CRACKERS by the chest or box
j us t, received and Ibr sale by
NICHOLS & 110ild AN.
1014 Corker Front and Market +treats.
-PURE cider viurgar, warranted, tor sale
sL low by Niclicms & BUWAL&N,
J 7 owner nook oia makes amok
EIARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1862
WM. DOCK, Jz. 1 CO
FREIGHT REDUCED 1
HOWARD & HOPE
MORT & QUICK ROUT
TO AND FROM
Goods Ordered in the
the same Night
Leave New York at n t P. M., by the Fast
Through Expresit Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at 8 A. M.
WITHOUT -ORANGE OF OARS.
Order Goods marked.
via HOPE EXPRESS CO.,
General Office, 162 Broadway, New York
For further infonnaßon enquire of
GEOi BERGNER, Agent
Hamussuma, Ang. 1861.-dtf
Justreceived, at BERGNER'S BOOK STORE,
a full supply of
PHOTOGBAPIEW . ALBUMS,
Embracing all the new Styles and Sizee
ALBUMS FOR , 12 •PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 20 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOB . 24 - PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 80 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALI3M3 FOR 60:PHOTOGRAPHS.
Prices tom Seventy-live Cents
BOUND IN CLOTH., WITH CLASP
BOUND IN FRENCH MOROCCO, WITH
BOUND IN TURKEY MOROCCO, WITH TWO
BOUND IN TURKEY MOROCCO, WITH
BOUND IN VELVET, WITH CLASPS-VERY
BOUND IN MOROCCO; WITH "MAW
MOUNTINGS AND OLASPS
'ICTURES FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
FORTWTS OF DMINGMERED MEN
PORTRAITS OF DISTMGMHSEto WOMEN
COPIES OF RARE ENGRAVIN'a
u OOPIILS OF CHOICE PAINTINGS
Any Carte de Thitie published in the country
will be furnished to order.
Of any size nut in the standard styles will be
made to order
PROF. ADOLPH P, TEU PSER,
WOULD respectfully inform hie old
patrons and the public generally, that he will
aontinne to give Instructions on the PIANO PORTE, ME,
WDEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUQB
BASS. Ile will w'th pleasure wait upon pupal at their
atones at any hour desired, or lessons will be given 1.
his residence, in Third street, . few doors below tb
german Reformed Church. derilft.e ts
CALL and examine those new jars for
Fruit, the best, cheapest auclasmplest In In market,
for sale by 14101I1JL8 & 809111.4 m,
jel9 Comer Front can Market street.
DANDELION COFFEE I—A Freak and
large supply of Ulla Celebrated CoTeel rut received
by WI. WM, BOO,' Jr., eg io.
NEWBOLD • HAM.I—A small lot of
these es lebrated Haingfjust received.
s-r 24 wm. DOCK, Jr.; t CO.
- A SUPERIOR lot of Dandelion and hip
Li. °Abe, tbr Bahl at the sore or JO dN W ISE nay
ZING, Sheet Zinc damaged by water,
for Ws ow by . ALM , PQM%
YUL 4110 N. it *Tiler floutb Bag Ppna assets, Mts.
elf ri tuatru
BOOK-BLIDEIIS' IIIIANG 7 II4IIDES AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND MACHIN= 808 .
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
WOJD TIINNING IN ALL ITS BRANORR4,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, EIC., EiC„
LF Any dlachine of Wood, Iron or Bra
made tia order. Gear and Screw Cutting, tite.
PATENT WOODEN SORNW CUTTING- TOOLS.
or Cash paid far Old Copper, Brass, Bpelter,
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
PENNRYLVA I ITIA RAILROAD,
ABOVE STATE STREET
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both staiioniry and winging, Fag'
Weights and various other building castings, for sale
very cheap at the [my2t•ly] SAQLb WOMB.
BOOKS FOR FARMERS,
THE attention of agriculturists is directed
I. to the following works, which will enable
them to increase the quantity and value of
their crops by adding science and the experi
ments of others to their experience :
STEPHEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the best way toped , rm them. Price....B 60
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by Allen... .100 1 1
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Rue!.. 76
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL
TURE, by Johnston t 60
THE AM V4RICAN FARMER'S new and uni-
venial handbook, with 400 engravings-2 60
AN EASY METHOD OF MANAGING
BEES, by Weeks 20
The Nature and Treatment of Diseases of
Cattle, by Dadd 1 00
LEIBIG'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY 76
kiILCH COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk, butter,
cheese, by Flint t's" 1 60
GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by
• Lynch 160
SAXTON'S HANVBOOK, containing the
Horse, the cow, the pig, fowls, &c., &c.. 1 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Prac-
tical Fanner, by Dr. Gardner
ALLEN'S DOMESTIO ANIMALS...:
THE FIELD BOOK OF MANURES, or
American Muck Book. 1 26
TEM HORSE AND HIS DISEASES, by
Jennings 1 00
YOUATT ON THE HORSE. e 1 26
HORSE'siANSME 7 Iind the Breaking and
Training of Horses 76
Standard Books, School Books, and every
thing in the stationery line, at lowest prices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP. BOOK STORE.
ECONOMY. IS WEALTH
CURE NODE COUGH FOR ONE DIME.
The BEST and CH PEST Household BEND.
DY the World.
Madame ZAMOC PORTER'S
GREAT • COUGH REMEDY 1
MADAME ZADOC PORTER'S Curative
galsam is warranted if used according to the di
rections, to cure in all oases, Coughs, Colds, It hooping
Cough, sihma, and all affections of the Throat rid
Mad'e ZADOC PORTEII'.3 Balsam Is prepared with all
the requisite ears and Skill, from a combination of, the
best remedies the vegetable kingdom affords Its reined
ial qualities are based on ita power to assist the healthy
ano vigorous circulation of the blood, through the lungs
It is not a violent remedy, but emoillent—warming,
searching and effective : can be
- taken by the oldest per
eon or youngest child.
Mad'e Z lOC PORTER'S Balsam has been need by
public for over 18 years. and has acquired its present
simply by being recommended by tram who have us
it to their afflicted friends and others.
i • 11 R d 00 PORT
unitive Balsam is sold at a price which brings it in the
reach of every one to keep it convenient Mr eta. The
tim.ly use of a single bottle will prove to be worth 100
time= its mat.
NOTICE.—Save yopr Money t—Do not be persuaded
to purchase articles at 4s. to St. whieli do not contain the
v i r t u es o r a Dime Bottle of Madame Porter's Curative
Balsam, the cost of manufaCturing . which is as great as
tt at of almost any other medicine ; and the very low
price at which it is sold, makes the profit to to e seller ap-
parently small, and unprincipled dealers will sometime
recommend other medicines on which tint proil.s are
larger, unless the customers Maki& upon having Madame
Porter's and none other. Ask for Madame Porter's Cu
rative Balsam, price 10 cents, and in large bottles at 20
Ms. and take no other. If you cannot get it at one store
you can at another.
Mir Sold by Ml Druggists and Storekeepers at 10 cts
and an larger bottles at 20 cts..
HALL & MOSEL, Proprietors.
Wholesale Druggists, 218 Greenwich St.,
• NEW YORK
Geo. W. Ray, gent, Market Square, Harrisburg.
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE NO. 408 OR&STNEI7 SNEER,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS 11,513,586
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
JOHN P. JAMIS, Actuary,
CONTINUE to make INSIIRANOE ON
LIVES on the most reason able terms.
They net as Executors, Trustees and Cluerdlens tindei
last 'Wills. and as heostrere tied Assignees.
The capital being paid up and invested, together with
a huge and constantly More %sing reserved fund, offers a
perfect secur ty to the insured.
The premiums may be pata yearly, ball yearly or quar
-ilia company add a BONUS periodically to the Into:t
rances for Ile. The FIRST BONUS appropriated in De
cember 1844, the SECOND BONUS in December, 184 9,
the TH I RD BONUS in December, 1854, and the IebURTH
1 BONUS in 1859. These addition, are made without re
nulling any lacreas i n the premiums to be pa id to the
The following are a few examples from the Register:
Amount or Policy and
Sum Bonus or bonus lobe increased
Polky. [lnsured addition by future additions.
. `?..172 *MI $1, 1 e22 % 1z,21:
6 g 199 1000 900 00 1,400 00
A 338 5000 1,876 00 6,875 00
Agent at anieborg and viand
AFew Biaokaniithe and Carpenters can
find employment at the Harrisburg Oar gimp, if
*Oration be made immediately.
W. T. HILDRUP,
Important from Memphis.
PLANS OF THE REBEL LEADERS.
110:04034:4;0144:k0A( 0 1*Aiiii:Wicis
Offensive Plans Recommended,
lan of Operation for the Remainder
of the Campaign,
BIG CALCULATIONS GENERALLY
The - Union Foroes to be Driven frord
WASHINGTON CITY TO NI ATTACHED.
lifswerns, Ang. I.
The Bulletin of this morning has the follow
ing from authentic sources among other inter
esting items as to the proceedings of the rebels:
We have some inkling of the subject dis
cussed at the conference of all the principal
military leaders, held in Richmond on the 4th .
and sth inst. It is understood that they
to the conclusion that they must lose in !
ritory. The detensive policy was strotigl •a -
tacked, and both Lee and Beauregard advised
the invasion of th 9 North at three points,
at /E Cumberland or Williamsport
vania, from Louisville and Cincin
nati into Indiana and Ohio, and from . Paducah
and Cairo into Illinois.
It is alleged that the following plan of oper
ations forAlmemainder of the summer cam
paign wased upon.
First, the immediate obstruction of the James
River, so as to in., • t impassable for McClel
lan to use it • •, , anIT •ns for communication
with the Fort
_ . ttl their transportation of
reinforceme. .. supplies.
Second, t . ion of Williamsburg,
Forktown and t , • a Peninsula.
Third, the recovery 'of the whole territory of
Virginia, and the suppression of the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad; tor the recovery of New"
Orleans, Memphis and the Mississippißiver and
the expulsion of the Federal troops from Ten
nessee and Kentucky. When there objects have
been accomplished, then Lee and Beaurecard's
plan was proposed.
Fifth, to make the Potomac and Ohio river
at once their basis of operations and frontier
line, and to transfer the seat of war from Vir
:luta to Maryland.
„Sixth, to hurl Upon TireehAugtorr from Rich
- • • smn_citwahrtrained_thonsand troops
.eiiipture of that city. The liberation of
Be timore and the invasion of the North at the
three points named above 'becoming in turn the
invaders, they hope to make it necessary for na
to keep at home for 'he defence of our cities
five hundred thousand troops.
From the Lower Mississippi
Offensive Movements of the Rebels.
The Rebel R .n Brownsville, Miss.
DESTRUCT -1 ;" OF COTTON.
The Rebels Chased by Union Cavalry.
lisicenrs, August 2.
The gunboat Carondolet arrived yesterday
Vicksburg, but , brings no later news.
.• agentlemen'frorn Brownsville arrived
ever:lll4 bringing some particulars of the
rebel raid, under Faulkner, on that place, on
Friday last. Every man there buying cotton
was taken prisoner, and one hundred and
twenty thousand dollars taken from them.
Four hundred bales of cotton were burned.
Five hundred federal cavalry arrivedilthe same
evening. The rebels fled and was pursued,
and a slight engagement took place on ilatchee
and Forked Deer rivers. A number of the re
bels were captured. Ferries and bridges was
destroyed by the rebels.
Jackson was at Denmark on Saturday with
800 of his Cavalry.
It is reported that Villipique was marching
on Bolivar. Jackson used a pontoon bridge
to cross, and forded the Deer river.
Heavy cannonading was heard at Bolivar on
Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturday the telegraph was destroyed and
portions of the Mobile and Ohio railroad were
torn up at Humboldt.
Canto, Aug. 2..—The Grenada Appeal of the
twenty-eighth says the federals have abandoned
the Idea of taking Vicksburg by water, and
are now evidently awaiting the co-operation of
het land forces.
A. UNION FORCE SURROUNDED.
Sharp Engagement with a Superior
Reports from Bloomfield, Mo., state that Col.
Daniels with a force numbering lshe hundred
have been attacked by five or six hundred reb
els.- It was thought that Daniels would be
able to hold his position until reinforcements
which have been sent should arrive.
Aidvices have been received by Gen: Strong,
from Bloomfield, Mo., that about one hundred
of Coleman's men were surrounded In that
town by some five or six hundred rebels,
that a sharp. fight was going on, and
that our troops thought they.._ could
'sustain themselves until reinforcementNiwhieb
have been sent from Cape aereadean could
reach them. Lettere from a rebel mail, captur
, ed at Corinth on the 29th ult., indiciatta rebel
govement an Ohattanoogivand ,
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
THE 'NEW MEREDIAO" OUT•
THE FEDERAL EIRICT WAITING TOR HU
AITAOK ON WOLELLAN'S ARMY.
A MIDNIGHT BATTLE.
Fri:•=l;#D•r Vii= - 1 1 ;0:4 411:4 44:010
TBEIR BATTERIES FINALLY &LEN=
The ' netels :Skedaddle.
It io rumored and believed here that the
"Newlierrimac" has come down the James
river as far as Fort Darling, and that she is
hourly expected to make the attempt to come
further down. One thing is certain--all the
Federal gunboats have passed up beyond Har
rison's Landing and not one is in sight from
that point or on the river this side.
- A detachment of infantry and cavalry from
M'Clellan's army made a reconnoblance down
the Chickahominy through Diaecund and came
on toward Williamsburg till they met onr pick
ets, when they returned after report by tele
graph to Fortress Monroe that in their recon
noissance they had seen nothing of the enemy.
We shall probably not hear of their return .to
came until to-morrow, on the arrival of the
mail.. row Harrison's Landing.
al of the mailboat this afternoon
t. ..me particulars of the attack made by
tle rebel batteries on Gen. McClellan's position
from oppositeVuxison's Landing. The attack
*as made at midnight with, it is said, four
batteries of flying artillery, some being above
and some below the point of attack. They
threw six twelve-pound shell, some round and
others conical, but not one of them exploded.
Their fire was intended, no doubt, for our
camps, but many of the shot fell short and
thus id some little mischief among the ship
ping which was laying at the Landing and at
anchor in the river. Several vessels aud steam
ers were struck with fragments of shell, but
none was hurt in them.
It is reported nine of our soldiers were killed
and only three wounded. The attack being
made at such a late hour of the night, and our.
army expecting rather an attack in wont, caused ,
some delay before our guns opened lire, when
our seige guns were brought to bear upon them,
and In lees than forty minutes the rebels were
silenced. The firing was very brisk while it
continued. Many of the enemy's shells were,
thrown over among oar camp
' but these did
not explode. All three which exploded Gil
Much short of the camps, and this accounts for
so few being injured.
It is supposed that the object of the rebels in
this demonstration was to draw the Federal
gunboats down the river so as ..to enable their
wane, Inglodingtae new Merrimac, to getout.-
It is estimated that the rebels threw over five
hundre4 shell, which lay this morning scattered
over the field. Some lodged in the masts of
vessels. All that is known of the effect of our
tiring is that the rebels retreated, and this
morning the trees where they bad their . bat•
teries presented a shattered appearance,. and
many were cut complely down.
There was only one Federal gunboat near the
Landing, which opened fire immediately on the
enemy, but they had not appeared to notice it,
as they were so intent' on shelling our camps.
If the desire was, as supposed, to draw our gun
boats down the river, the attempt was most
unsuccessful, as not one made its appearance,
lave the one previously there. •
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Thurorsitms,Aasar or ma Porous°, Aug. 2
Six hundred troop crossed the river yester
day afternoon for the purpose of destroying the
houses and woods on the opposite shore, which
had afforded protection to the rebels. Every
thing in the shape of a dwelling was burnt. •
This was the point from which the repels
shelled our shipping and encampment the night
b efore. The affair wassuocesafuily accomplished
ithout the loss of a man.
The gunboats this morning were engaged in
shelling the shore and houses down the livers.
Five men were Übe' by the enemy's shells the
night before last.and two wounded.
,-Ileat, etc , at Suffolk.
The Petersburg Express, of the 28d, ittmizes
thus : From two ladies who have recently
reached here, and through other reliable sources
we have pbtained some interesting information
from Suffolk, Va. The number of Yankee
forces now there is estimated at eight thousand,
but their efficiency is not regarded as being at
all valuable, either by their own officers or
persons who have recently inspected them.
On Wednesday afternoon last, during what
purported to be a dress parade, the heat was so
intense that nearly tines hundred of the pa
triots fell from sheer exbaustion ' and had to be
borne from the drill ground to the shade.
Conn de soleil occurs almost daily, and one of
the Yankee officers remarked to our informant
that, if this was a fair specimen of the "sunny
s outh," he thought the sooner the - Union pa
triots got out of Dixie's land the better.
Generals Mansfield and Van Webber are both
at Suffolk—the former in supreme command.—
There are two military governors or provost
marshals, Paul De Say, and a. Dutchman
named Van Webber, a brother of the General.
They are both much disposed to use their au
thority, and in many instances are not slow in
The Episcopal church has been seized by the
Yankees, and a member of the Duch Reformed
persuasion, from Massachusetts, officiates in
the pulpit every Sabbath. The Yankee Geller•
als at Suffolk have appropriated the handsome
residence of Nathaniel Biddick, Efq., and now
use the building and furniture exclusively for
their accommodation. The farm of Mr Rid
dick, near Suffolk, has also been visited by the
vandals, and everything of -value, even to the
bacon - left for the subsistence of Mr. Itiddick's
servants by himself, stolen and consumed.
CAnuk, Aug. 2
nrAVING made e ffi cient and permanent
t r i arrangements for the purp9se we are now peal
prep tolpske S I RAN Bollak ot Pvety k Itkd, prompt.
ly and at ressonaole rates. We ehall use iron made Op
MLR I Brother, the reputation or winch la seoond to
sore in then artet.
None blithe best hands employed. Repairing prompt.
ty anended to. Address RAG' B
Cmato, August 2
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
than Ilanismgs Llow4old Sow just rtonyed ika4
tor Side )1 Nmota a BOWMAN,
COM ItOpiod Market igritlia,
PRICE ONE CENT.
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