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Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, gastrin
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Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of 'geese, Wakefulness,
Dimness cl Vision, Pain in the Back
Universal Lacitude or the Muscular System,
Rot Elands, Flushing of tile Body
Dryness or the Skib, . BrdpUons on the Face
PALLID COUNTENANOE, •
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IMPHIENCY. FATUITY EPILEP73O
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those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
" , INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
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THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
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THE CONSTITUTION ONCe, AFFECTED WiTa
ORGANIC WEAR' E ms ,
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mid worn-wit Metter.
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IMO HAYS BREW Ifs VICTIMS CP QUACKS,
tad who have paid mart raw to be cured in a short
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dried up In the system, to bratc out in an aggravated
PERHAPS AFTIES MAILIZIAGR.
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dames at the
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whether existing In ,
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Prom whatever cause originating and no matter c r
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases 01 these Organs require the aid of muurio
RIFLUBOLIPS EXTRACT MICRO
Id TUE GREAT DTORETIO,
And is certain to hive the desired elect In all Diseases
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&Woos of Montag reliable and responsible 'character
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Delivored to ins addrest, seourotrpaoked Dtim bbi . er
DESCRIBE SYMPTOMS IN II OEMIBINICULTIONE,
Ceres Guaranteed I Advice Gratin I
Personally appeared before Meow Alderman of ttlio
city of Philadelphia, H. T. $1&1111101.D, Who being duly
sworn, doth say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no
mercsry, or other Injurious drugs, but are purely vege
H. T. KELIIIHOI
15 "...r0 sod subscribed before me, this 23d day of No
vamber,l 3 , 4 , 4,
Wu. P. HIEIRTHD, e
A Race, P
address letter% for Ninth ldermanhihi.
information in confidence to
Duo, 104 *wall Tenth St be t. Vbeetau
B EV Yjr,, E 431 ' k, kbV6.lleltblitika hlial
Who =deliver to dispose "o , *um owe and shit
111301.111 mt UM YIPITIATION ATTAIXtb
Rembehils Ilennine Preparation ~
Id •'a Litract Bu.hn , •
" Improved Rose Wash,
Sannvsrt Sold by O. H. Keller, D. W, Grass, J. W yew,
AND ALL DRUGAIST3 EVER YISPRAIue.
ASK 808 BELMBOLDVA TAXI NO OVUM.
Cu out the adaantramedn and Bend tar 11.
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPCOURE.
TA. GEO. W. STINE, gradttate.,of the
Baltimore College of Dental Sergery, havingper
m‘nently located in the olty of Berrlebnrg and taken the
Mee formerly °cowed by Dr. . Qorgaee,, on Third street
between Market and Walnut, rolliathtrallY Informs his
friends and the public in Rolland, thathe la prepared to
perform all operation!' in the Dental 'profession, either
gargles or mechanical. ins manner that shall not be
mriruised by operators lic thie or any other OltY. BP
mode of tanning artificial teeth ie upon the latest IM.
Droved mientiflo principle.
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on ADO QOM
%Ter, Plating plates or the Vulcanite Base.
!take groat pleasure to recommending the aDaTIli gm.
uman V) en my fancier friends of Harrisburg iniel
stroll, and feel Mundiat that he will perform all oomph
nobsa ilsleanfia 1 041100; ft my knowledge of
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S. tiORGAIs. D. D 9hig
HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and Lifelong ' r emedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
Ramo IN BEE TO TI MM noußs.
No *Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Care Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Two Daya.
-Vettkoess of the mock' ot:LbilbariltrratiaiLilresilone
dem Muer! and Bladder, Involuntary die Im.
potency, General Debility, NeTVOOODOIO DYSPePHY, Lan.
suer, Low Bplrits r Oonfusion of Ideas,. Pa ipitation of the
Heart. Timidity, Trembling', Dimness of bight or Giddi
ness, Di seats in the Head, Throat, Nose or Min, affec
tions of the Liver .Lunge, Bach or Bowels — those ter.
rible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of• Youth
--those mama and solitary praot tea more istal to their
vietlms than the song or : yrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting thefr most:brilliant hopes or anticipation'',
rendering marriage, he., impossible.
Especially, who have become the •victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly Sweeps to an untimely grave tboutands of 'Young
Men of the molt exalted talents and brilliant intelle,t,
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of dawned or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Marriage• • . • • •
Married Persons, or Young Mew contemplating -mar
riage, being aware ot.physiral weakness, organic) debili
ty, deformities, &c., speedby cured.
lie who places himself under the care of lit. J. May
religiously confide in his honor as a:gentleman, mid con
fidently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
Immediately Carey, and ; full vigor Restored.
This distressing Affection—which renders J lie misera
ble and marriage impoesible— is the penalty , paid by the
victims of improper indulgences. 1 oung persons are Intl
apt to commit excesses trom not being, aware of 'the'
dreadful conseecences that may ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to daily that the pow;
er of procreation is lost sooner by those ninths into im
proper habits than by the prudent. Besides being de-
prived the pleasures of healthy ofespring, the most
rious and destructive symptoms to both' body and mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and'
Mental Ftmctions Weakened, Lass of Procreative Power,
Nervions Irratibillty, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Coretitullon..l Debility, a Wasting of the
Frame; Clough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 1 South Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a Jew door.
Intim the corner. Fail not to observe neme and number.
Lepers must be paid and contain a atimp. The Doc.
tor's Diplomas hang in his Moe. •
A Cure liciarr‘nted in Two Days.
-No Mercury !famous Davin,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, Grad
uate from one of the most eminentOolleges in. the United
Mates, aid the greater part of whore We has been spent
in the hospitals of London; paris, Philadelphia and else
,where, has effected some of the most astonishing cures
ttutt were ever known ; many troubled 'With ringing in
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashllintess,: , with frequent
Washing. attended sometimes With derangement of mind
Were cured immediately.
Take Partieulax Notice.-
Dr. J. addresses all those who havelgiured themselves
by improper indulge. ce end solitary habits, wbloh ruin
agog, MLA o4yet.....M.Maii ..10.1 Mr miser Im
study, society or marriage,..-
'these are some of the sad and melancholly effects pro.
ducsd by early habits of youth, vis : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness .2 Sight,
Lois of Idusoular Power t
Palpitation of the heart, Dys
pepsy, Nervous leratibil ty, Derangement of the Digestive
S'inictiouit, General Debility, Symptoms or consumption,
simerattr.—The fearful effects On the mind are much
to be dresded—loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, De
pression of Spirits, hvil Forbodings, Avers on to SoCiety,
Self Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, .tc., are some of
the evils produced.
THOILUNDS of persona of all ages can now judge whet
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pals, nervous and emaciated, having a
singularappeargane soma, the oyes, cough andaymptome
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice in
dinged in when alone, a habit teetantly learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt,: oven when asleep, and, if not mired renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and isidy, ,
should apply immediately.. • ,
Whet a.pity that a younginan, the hope of his coun
try, the darling Mins parents, should be snatched Irom
all prospects •nd enjoymeute df lifts, by the eomequence
of deviating from the path of nature and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persona KUM, Atakora contem
redact that a sound mind and two are the roma nem-,
vary requiting" to promote ecinnublaUtuippiness: Inditekti
without tbsiss, the journeyithreogli life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view
the mind becomes shadowed with despair and tilled with
the melaucholly rot °lion that the tailpieces of another
becomes blighted with our own. . 4 .
Disease of Imprudence. •
When the mt,guided and imprudent votary of pleasure
Ands that he has imbibed the. seeds of this painfill
ease, It too often Wens that an 111-timed sense of shame
or dread et discovery, deteht him from applying to those
who, from elocation and respectability, can alone be
friend him, delaying tai the constinidunal symptoms on
this born d disease make the& appearance, such as ul
canned sore throat, diseased noes, nocturnal pains in
the head and limbs, dimness of eight, deafness, nodes on
the thin bones and arms, blotches on the h ad, face and
extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate at the mouth or the bones of the .nose fall
In, and the victim of this awful disease become a horrid
objector comuilieratlon, till death puts a period to his
dresidfu 1 saffedings, by sending•lum to " that Urdiscov
vered Country from whence no traveler returns."
It is a eselaticholly flue that thousands fall victims to
this terrible disease, owing to the unakilfuliness of ',so
ma pretenders, who by the nee of that Deadly Paton;
Mercury, ruin the constitution and•make the raddue o
Trineritot your lives, or beeith„ to the care of the Many
Unlearned and Worthless Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, mans or character, who copy Dr. Johnson's adver
vertisemente, or style themaelves in the newspapers,
regularly Ilducated Physicians incapable of Curing, they.
keep you trilling month after mouth taking their filthy
end polsonousnom compounds, or as long as the smallest
Ike can be obtained, and in despair, leave you with ruin
ed health to sigh over your galling disappointment.
lohinon is the only Physician advertising.
His credential or dipkinuis always hang' in his office.
1111 remedies or treatment. areluthuown to all cam;
prepared mole a life spent ill the gr oat hospice's cc Eu.
rope, the MIA in the country sole )"more extensive Pri
vate Notice than ally other Physiohin In the world.
Indorsenient of tie Press.
The malty thousands cured at this hunitutton year af
ter year, and the numerous impartane Surgical Opera
tions' performed by Dr:Johnson, witnessed by the le
pesters of the Wanly" "slipper," and many other pa
pers, makes of Which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides his standing ass gentleman of
character and rearmsibility, is a sniboient guarrantee
*kin Diseases Speedily Cured.
Pemba writing should be particular in directing their
letters to Ills loatitution, in the Wowing meaner :
JOHN M. JOHNSON, H. D.
Of the Baltimore Look Hospital, Baltimore,
• SALAD on.
A 'Argo supply of fresh Salad Oil, in
Lk large and mall bottles, and of dilatant breads
net received and ter We by
WY. Dom, Js &
FIRE CRACKERS by the ohest or box,
Ad receive:land Ibr ogle by
U . :: eider vinegar,
warranted for sale
bry by • . ICHOP 6 /1 01 941 4 .
', ig-N f; , ' i': . Ooroer num ma itarlhe oat&
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
Corner Front and Market streets
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1862.
ll' HE South Ward School. Directors will
1, - -wiv receive proponis lbr buiding a two story
brick school house, oo the corner of Fourth street and
Blackberry alley. The f aywnts wid be made in cash,
as the bending progresses, reserving rotten per cent.
till completed. Plan and specification cin be seen at
the office of Dr. C. Seiler. Sealed proposals must be
handrd to Jacob Hower. President, on or before Au
gust 12th. Securities must accompany the proposals.
BY a boy 15 . years of age, a situation
4 n tome businers—grocery, hardware or eome•
thing•droilar•prelf.rred. oomparit vely well edam.
ted, 1- ac Ivey and would make lalowelt weal to the
*et of his abtity. addreakoneweek, "Aspirant," this
e. . and-d 3 •
THE undersigned offers at private sale a
TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE,
25 feel front and 100' het deep, situated on Fast Siete
street near Filbert. The bona, is in good repair, boa a
basement kitchen, water gas and all the modern Improve
ments. For lurtberinfbrmation enquire on the premises.
any-dlw• . EDWARD PARKER.
86 IdARKET St, HARRISBURG,
IS now prepared to furnish officer's
military c'othing, a^cordlrg to regulations at short
nodes) Alma general aisortmeut of Cloths, Oss,imeres,
Vestings and ready remise olothing for civilians.
Just rewayed.st BBRGISZEMBOOK p
a full supply of
Embruing all the new Styles and Sizes
ALBUMS FOB 12 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 20 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 24 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS paR 80 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 40 PHOTOGRAPHS.
T M r rY T d
IPrlces :from Seventy-Ave Cents
BOUND IN MOM; WITEt
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 HEAVY
MOUNTINGS AND CLASPS.
PICTURES FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
PORTRAITS OF DISTINGIIIHSED WOMEN
COPIES LOF RARE ENGRAVINGS
I SIOPIFE OF CEOIM PAINTINGS
Any Orte•de risitie published in the country
will be furnished to order
Of any size not in ,the standard styles will be
made to order
1 8 7 , t.417RTY
.. w irm sA por t . or oticia .
37-25424 was Corner of Ilekisit 17/3214.‘.
In consequence of a large number of the
hands employed in the TELEGRAPH office having
enlisted, it was impossible for us to publish the
speech of Hon. Henry D. Moore, as we had
promsied it should appear this morning. It
shall appeai, however, in the morning edition
of the TELEGRAPH to-morrow.
flan EUTINT MAYORAL AT WOB.C. —Position of
MathowelA and ihir4t—The loponere of a Bold
Scheme to hp* the &manful Bnlistment of Soldiers
to Defend the Union.—For several weeks past the
good people of Harrisburg have been outraged
and insulted by the frequent exposure of printed
and written handbills, posted in various parts
of the city with the evident intention of ridi
culing and impeding the recruiting lately or
dered by the War Depirtment. As a specimen
of these adroit and slanderous Inventions, we
Fint the following , :
The great Gen. James Lane has arrived in
this city to day, and will address the colored
citizens of Harrisburg in front of the Market
House at four o'clock this (Monday) afternoon.
Meal and Brethren, come along !
The government having granted him permis-
E don to raise two COLORED REGIMEN 18, he
will be prepared to swear in all able bodied col
ored men who may offer, and he confidently
expects to raise one company in this place.
Arms, equipments, uniforms, pay, rations
and bounty the same as received by White Sol
diers, and no distinction will be made.,. Come one,
come all. J. IL TOMBKINS,
Recruiting Officer for Lane's &tared Iligiments.
This' last card of " " attracted the
attention of Captain L Dod ge , who tele- 1
graphed the fact to Wash4titi, and asked
instructions as t- how heshouihroceed under
the circumstances. Orders were immediatelE
returned to arrest the parties having any corr
election with the fabrication of these handttis,,
Acting on these orders, P s rovost Marshal ClX
nor proceeded tblerret out the office in which
- in question were printed, and as
if led by instinct or directed.by general public
opinion, he at once proceeded to the Patriot and
Union office, and there discovered the unmis
takable evidence that the bill which we copy
above, was 'printed in that establishment.—
, When the fru:eves prowled home on the guilty
ton 2 of tha hnynt lila /linen onni guia ....A
111~011' 4 114% col
ored recruits, and that Irriah J. Jones had con
cocted and written the same. Upon this infor-
motion, Capt. Dodge telegialiited -to the War
Department, stating the fact'as hi had learned
it, and asking whether he should arrest Barret
and AfacDowel, or Jones (the delectable and de
cent) and the boys. This dispatch went over
the wires late in the evening, and we did not
learn, last night, Whether any orders had been
telegraphed from the War Department in re
tarn. No doubt the entire party will all be Bl
We offer no opinion on theae:facts. The
public that have been so long outraged, and
the service which has been so min* damaged
by the publication in question, will of course
be fully satisfied' by the due course of the law.
Justice, though' slow, is sure, and in this case,
it will be cheered to its satisfaction by every
loyal man in the laud. •
4 LIBEL 8012-VINDIOTIYISI2O AND MAIM
'Anuousso.—While Barret & MacDowell were
writhing in the hands of the Provost Marshall,
yesterday evening; 'strongly tutspected of be
ing concerned in fabricating and publishing
the handbills which have of late so impeded
the enlistment of soldiers in this city, they
essayed one last effort, before being consigned
to Fort Warren, or some other fit abode of
traitors, to .vent their spleen. on loyal men.
They have actually brought suit against George
Bergner, the proprietor and publisher of the
TNLIIORAPE, and Wien Forney, one of the
editors of .the same journal, for having writ
ten and -published a libel against the afore
said Barrett and MacDowell. Of course we
are not aware of the fact of having libelled
these beauties, pimps of propriety, and models
of patriotism, bat in obedience to the orders of
our friend Alderman Kline, Messrs. Bergner
and Forney entered lbail to appear at court
and answer all charges which Barrett
and McDowell may be desperate enough to
prefer. But we were constrained at the time,
to reject the advice of the worthy alderman,
contemplating a settlement of all our differ
ences with our prosecutors, holding justice and
our own honor at a higher value, than to be
frightened from the pursuit of our own vindi
cation in this malicious prosecution by those
WllO have outraged all decency and defied all
law, while following the business of giving aid
and coinfort to traitors.
If the•Txcaciaarn has libelled McDowell`or
Barrett, then has truth become obnoxious to
this community, and every effort to combat
treason must be regarded as a libel on traitors.
But we are not in fear of the Issue, and boldly
submit' our cause to the laws of our country.
Du &acumen or If= continues to be made
with great vigor and success, In this city and
county, and we learn that two new companies
have bee' n-started in this city, as follows :
Paeioncanli, Capt. John F. Uhrich, one of the
bravest and most popular officers in this city.
A beet:non men are Wanted - to fill up these
‘ , 5
'lti9ob Cobol** ham remind &dhoti,' to 111-
cruit a company, and has opened an office at
Duncan's segar store, on the corner of Third
and Walnut streets. Capt. Colestook is one of
our moat reliable men, a volunteer officer of
long practice and efficiency. He sacrifices the
interest of a large business, that he may find
opportunity to serve his country. Thi s co m.
pony has assumed the name of the Pearson
Guards, in honor of the iiiitinguished President
I I Judge of this Judicial District. '
Adam's Express Compani, from their office
in this city, emulates the glorious example of
other establishments, by sending five noble,
stalwart soldiers In the battle-fleld, namely,
.George-Hynica, J. Gilman, J. J. Hinkle, A.- F.-
Seeger, and John Humphreys. Tide are good'
men and true, ready to do battle in defence of
their homes, their Union, Constitution and
liberty. God speed them 'to' the battle field
and return them when the victory lids been
won, to the scenes and the business of .their
youth and their manhood.
J. Wasnir Awn, Esq., second Lieutenant of
Capt. Eyttter's company in the three menth's
service, has commenced recruiting a company
for the nine month's service, at his office in
Third street, above Market. Young men de
siring to serve their country, would do Well to
attach themselves to his company. •
From M'Clellan's Army.
THE REBELS FOUND AND ROUTED.
Capture of their Tents, Camp Equip.
4 . # page and Commissary Storei.
NOIIIOIB OF THE REBEL FLEET
rtuaew Merrimac not to be Ready for
HEAD QUARTZES OF THE ARMY ON: THE POTORM
Monday, Augalt 4, 1862.
EVer since the firing upon our shipping at the
mail boat landing by the entnny's batteries, our
troops.have occupied the opposite shore.
Yesteniay a reconnoisance was made-from
t• t int k fonto thia corm ito witla'a 14
Averil and composed of 160 of the 6th United
tates and 110 of the 6th Penn'a Cavalry with
4 companies of the Ist, Mich. Begt., Captains
Outer and Bowen of ArClellan's staff ezcompdn
At Cox Mills, three miles from the river, they
encountered the 18th Virginia Cavalry drawn
up in ling. Our men charged on them when
they broke and run;.they, drove them to their
encampment at Sycarncire Church, 23. miles far
ther, where they again formed, but were in
gloriously put to Hight, leaving behind all their
tents, camp equipage and commissAry stores,
which our troops gathered together and burnt.
The rebels had two horses killed, six men
wounded and two, taken prisoners. We had
only a horse killed.
Atter scouring the country a short distance
further they returned to the rive-r.
There is no further evidence of the rebel
gunboats on the river this aide of gort Darlieg.
information received here, sops to show that
the New Dierimac will not be ready lor three
FROM GEN. POPE'S ARMY
THE REBELS ROUTED.
Eleven Billed---Fifty-two Prisoners.
THEY- RETIRE =IN HASTE.
Haeoweanon or me Aim or _Drumm,
August 8,-9 A. M.
Maj. Gen. E. W. ilalkek:j
No. 4, of the reconnoitering column under
Gen. Cravrford, moused the Rapidan and pushed
forward to Ofangetown, which was occupied by
two regiments of cavalry under Gen. Robertann.
Eleven of the enemy were killed and fifty-two
taken prisoners, among the latter were one
major, two captains and two lieutenants. Our
loss was two killed and three-wounded.
The enemy retired in such lunite as to leave
their wounded in our hands. -
The railroad and the telegraph dine between
Orange and Gordoniville were destroyed.
Nigoed.] JOHN - POPE
Col. Robinson, Provost Marshal, has arrested
between sixty and seventy citizens of 'Rappa
hannock county who will not take , the oath of
allegiance. Three days grace heti been granted,
at the expiration of which time, if they will
not swear to support the constilutiou and the
laws, they will be sent immediately beyond
the l ines. •
Two intelligent German deserters from the
rebel army came within our lines bet evening.
They left Bichmond two weeks ago, and state
that great distress prevailed in the rebel camp;
that all the soldiers were living upon nothing
but fresh beef and flour, with no salt, sugar or
ooffee; that the regiments would ,not average
more than 800 men. They also pretend to
have overheard prominent rebel officers say that
it had been at any time during the war.
NEW YORK IUdMETS
Nsw Yo=, Augnst.4
Cotton quiet bat firm-400 bales sold at 491
01,60. Flom' firm-16,000 bbls. sold. Wheat
active-189,000 bus. BOW ; new whim Kentuc
ky- $1 64. Corn steady-98,000 bus, sold at
WAN. Mesa pork lower—Pales at $ll. Pro=
*lens- firmer- at A9;e003046i.. :Lard
dcdl, - tmd ,tie(97: A S
Si Irrsithto dull.
PRICE ONE CENT.
ARRIVAL OF CONTRABANDS.
PROMOTI3NS AND APPOINTMENTS.
WABRIFOTON, August 4.
The boat from Acquis Creek has brought up
over a hundred contrabands, who are princi
pally from Carolina county, Va., many of them
have been•away from their homes for a consid
They were sent to the Creek on Saturday
- On their arrival here they were at once di
rected to the Onntraband Quarters. Among
thenrare persons of all hues, ages and riots,
inclnding a sprinkling of intents baulk
old the women for the most part
chikveti Indian fashion, and the meu 'bore on
their shoulders immense bundles of luSl3B/1"-
The Start of to-day says : We are it.formed
that the neirges of this city are organising
secret associations for the purpose of protecting
theinselves, in anticipation of a riot and mob
by the laboring classes of whites, similar to
those which lately occurred in New Albany,
(Indiana,) Cincinnati,(Ohio,) and other places.
It is also alleged th at a number of Clerks in
the Government employ, are aiding the neg
roes in perfecting their organisations.—(Our
informant is a colored man of this city.)
An Army Order, dated the 24th of July,
announces the following amongst other promo
tions in the army of the United Stites, made
by the President, by and with the advice and
consent of the Senate, since the 4th of July
Lieut. Col. Don Carlos Buell, to be Assistant
Adjutant General with the rank of Colonel.
- Major Seth Williams, to be Assistant Adju
tent General Kith the rank of Lieut. Colonel.
Major Julius P. Garache, to be Assistant
Adjutant General with the rank of Lieut. Col.
Capt. George L. Hartauff, to be Assistant
Adjutant General with the rank of Major.
Capt. Nathaniel E. McLean, to be Assistant
Adjutant General with the rank of Major.
Capt. John C. Belton, to be Assistant Adju
tant General with the ra nk of Msjiir.
Capt. Robert Williams, to be Assistant Adju
tant General with the rank of Maj.,r.
Capt. Wra...D. Whipple, to be Assistant Ad
jutant General with the rank of Major.
Capt. Chauncey McKeever, to be Assistant
Adjutant General with toe rank of Major.
. Capt. Albert V.. Colburn, to be Assistant Ad
jutant General with the rank of Major.
Capt. Geo. D. Ruggles, to be Assistant Adju
tant:General with the rank of Major.
Capt. Thos. M. Vincent, to be Assistant Ad-'
jutant General with the rank of Major.
Capt. Oliver D. Greene, to be Assistant /Win
taut General with the rank of Major.
Capt Samuel Bieck, to be Assistant Adjutant
Gtifneral with the rank of Major.
Assist. Surgeon John More to be Surgeon.
— "Aisaiit. Surgeon Andrew K. Smith to be Sur
Assist. Surgeon Richard H. Alexander to be
Assist. Surgeon Jos. R. Smith to be Surgeon.
Lieut. &slab H. Kellogg to be Captain.
Brigadier General Edwin V. Sumner, ,tobe
Major Genet& by Brevet, fur gallant and to 101 l
torious conduct at the battle of Fair Oaks.
Col. S. P Heintz:in:tan, to be Brigadi-r Gen
eral by Brevet, for gailmt and meaitorious oun
duct at the btttle a Fair 0 iks.
Col. E. D. Keyes, to be Brigadier General by
Brevet, for gallant and meritorious oouduct at
the battle or Fair Oaks.
Col. Fitz John Porter, to be Brigadier General
by Brevet, for gallant and merit"rioue conduct
at the brittle or Chkkahuminy,
Colonel Wm. B. Franklin, to be Brigadier
Geoefal by Brevet, for gallant and nieritodutte
conduct in the battle before Richmond.
The following appointments and promotions
are also announced:
Capt. John Eye, of the Corps of Top. Engs.
and Major General of Volunteers, to be Ihiga
Wm. W. Keen to be Assistant Surgeon.
George L. Porter to be Assistant Surgeon.
David L. Huntingdon to be Assistant Surgeon.
T. W. Williams to be Assistant Surgeon.
Charles M. Colton to be Assistant Surgeon.
T. M. Brown to be. Assistant Surgeon.
Charles S. De Grew to be Assistant Surgeon.
Edward C. Snrode to be Assistant Surgeon.
Andrew H. Smith to be Assistant Surgeon.
Van Buren Hubbard to be Assistant Surgeon.
John Jamison, of Md., to be Military Store
Sergeant Major T. E. Collins to be Second
Sergeant A. 8. Bainbridge - to be Second Lieu
Sergeant John J. Adair to be Second Lieu
sergeant Henry G. Litchfield to be Second
APPORMIINT9 NOT cormaitei)
The following appointments have expired by
constitutional limitation, not having been con
firmed by the &mate:
Henry Van Rensselaer as Brevet Brig. Gen.,
Q. S. A.
Louis IL Marshall as additional Ald-de-
Louis 0-Bailey as Second Lieutenant in the
J. McKinstry as Brig. Gen. of Volunteers.
John B. 8. Todd as Brig. Gen. of Volunteers.
Randolph B. Marcy as Brig. Gen. of Volun
titewart Van Tliet as Brig. Gen. of Volun
Geo. W. Cullum as Brig. Gen. of Volunteers
Andrew C. Kemper as Awist Adj. General.
John P. Fenkeimeier as Aksist. Adj. General
WE, HAVING fitted up a large Retrig
orator, and baring made contracts with some of
our most • aliable farmers to furersh us wi.h fresh and
sweet butter regaled will be enabled to amply oar
customers with sweet fresh ice cold baler at all umee.
now mt. DOCK, Jr. 81 CO.
WE are cluing out AVERY SUPERIOR
-T T LOr At Less than cost
CALL and see those nice and cheap Bil•
&Jima for preserving, Sal:, at
BIM :OL9 s itoWasN,
Girlie* Wont arid Market streets,
yeAtat'd Cocoa -kid Sweet Chocolate,
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