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them dlecentio tied.
At D ital.
HELMBOLD'S .GENUINE PREPARATION
lIHNI in' CONCENTRA TEL"
ONO FLUID EXTRACT BILICRII,
A Positive and Specific Retnedy
For Oiseasea or the ILADDER, MONEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine Wawa the power of Digestion, and
excites the ABRORBENTS int • healtny action, by which
the WATERY OK CALCAREOUS depositions, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGEHIONTR are reduced,tia well as
PAIN AND INFLAMATIuN, and is good for
MEN, WOMEN OR eIuLDREN.
HELMSOLD'S EXTRACT BUM%
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, F,arly'ln.
discretion or Abuse.
ATTBN OLD WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power? .
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Brea th ing,
Wear Nerves • Trembling,
llorror . Of %kW, • . Wakerulness,,
Dimnate clVision ' Palo in the:Back
Universal Lessitude of the Muscular System, .
Hot Hance • , . Flushing of Ole Bo dy
Dryness of thp.Skin, , Eruptions on the Face
These symptoms, Tallowed to go on, which this mod
Mine invariably removes, soon follows
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, rat,EETIO FITS.
IN CN®CP WHICH THS PkTI&NT MAY EXi RE.
Who can lay that they are not angriestly followed by
those "DIRDIPUL DISNASESP
"INsANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their Buffering,
BUT NQNS WILLGONFESS.
TEE RECORDS UP III& IVS WE ASYLUMS,
And the liaterachely - Death§ by Connonption,
BL►R WITNESSIO Till MOM OF TIC MEIIRTION.
Trift . CettiT o lrtllr i tplit i eFgqTß
Rees orniedllClMr etre ' rhen and
Invigoretv the System,
Which Etrumote's EXTRACT BUCHU invariably doe
♦ TRIAL WILL 00WVIOR TM WNW B%IPTIO►L.
FEMALES - FEMALES-FEMALES,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR OONTEMPLA
TING MARRIAGE, . .
1.4. N MANY AFFECTIONS PeXIULIAR TO FICSIAIiRS, •
Inc Mixon% Machu Is unequalled by any other remedy,
as na Ohlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
Suppression of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Lermorecea Whites, Stull
ity,and for all complaints incident to the sea, whether
arising tom Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or In
DECLINE OR ORANGE 01 LIFE,
BU laKPr())l4 - ABM.
NO FAMILY SHOULD Mt WITHOUT IT I
• NONI, MASAN, MUMMY, Olt 13Ni'LEXIANTIMNDI.
aNN oNpINANANT AND DANOXRUON DISILBIB..
FIRLAMOLIAS JEZIRACT BOUM'
In all their Stages,
Little or no change In Chet ,
dnd no Btopture,
It causes a frequent desire ana gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing obstructions.
Preventing and Curing Strictures, of the Urethra,
Allaying Pain and Imliammadou, so frequent In the
elms of diseases, and expelling aU Poisonous, Dsseased
and worn-erd Mauer.
THOUSAND! UPON Twosome
IMO HAVE BEEN IHE VIODALS OP QUAOICA,
and who have paid 'twit FilB to be cured in a short
time t have found they were deceived, and.thet the "POI.
SON" has, by the use of "PORIUIPUI. ANTNINOINTS, " been
dried up in the system, to break out in an aggravated
form, and _ _
.PILVILIPS AFTER dIABIUddik.
One Elatmnow's Seneca Seem for all effeetkem and
disease of the
, URINARY ORGANS,
MALE OR FEMALE,
TOM% whatever cacao originating and no matter
HOW. LONG STANDING.
) theuie Orgain require the aid or DIORIIirIO
LIVS gIITRACT 1311011 U
Id THE GREAT DIWOrIEW,
WHIG to have the denied enact, in all Dille&50111
FOR IT t& RECOMbiIINDED.
Evidence Of Ms most reliable and rerpolulbie character
will aceetnpasty the medical.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
ffrotnB to RD years standing,
WITH Names HNOWN 70
Meng AND FA NE.
Price $1 00 per bottle, or elz for $5 00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from °bier
DESCRIBE SYMPTOMS IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS.
Cures Guaranteed I Advice Gratis!
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of %Ito
clty of -T. Hansom, wno being duly
sworn, doth say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no
mammy, or other 14111101111 drugs, but are purely Togo.
table . .
H. T. lIELMINN D.
Sworn and subscribed before me, th is 284 day of No
vember, 1864. WK. P. EURBERD, Alderman,
Ninth St. above Race, Phda.
Address letters for Information in confidence ,o
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 10 , Adouth Tenth St. 'bet. Chestnut, Philo,
BE WARE OP Gotrieralithsurrs
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS ,
Who endeavor to dispose "or TOM own "and "wawa"
MUNN ON Till NIPUTATION Armor) BY
HelmbolTs Genuine Preparation s,
t. o Lavaca
" 1 , Sarsaparilla,
" Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by 0. K. Kellen D. W, Groin, J.Wyeth, C ' A.
AND ALL DRUONL473 SVERrWLIERE.
ASK FOR HEIABOLD'S. TAKE NO OTHER
Cat out the adrerilremeut and send tor it,
AND AVOID DIPOOTTION AND EVOSDRE"
The Girard Life Ineurande, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE NO. 408 CHESTNUT 8.7118 ET.
CAPITAL AND ABBATB . 81,548,888
THOMAS RIDGWAY, Presidents
JOHN F. JAMB, e ctuary,
OWITINUE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVB.- on the most man able terms,
Tory set as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under
lest Willa and as Receivers sad Assignees.
espital being paid up ant Invested, together with
%tar and constantly wore a.ing reserved fund, offers a
Pstie,t 5505' ty to the insured.
tottutratuaus may be paid yearly, half yearly or quer.
company add a BONUi periodically to the Insu.
name f or 1 te, the viktiq BONUS swpropratel in De
oember, 1644, the ii . ickysi) S NUS in December, 184 9,
th e TBXeD tP•NUS is De , ember, 1854, and the FOURTH
BONUS in 1869 . These adOttv me are made without re
quirminey increase n the p r eetinol3 to bOtte id to the
‘ l44l44 eiliewl
ng area few example, from the Register
Policy.go i l r td I Rom or
No. .0 I. 32500 I 887 5 0 I
" 182 , 8000 4050 (0
" 190 1000 900 00
+'BB3 , 5000 1,875 00
agent at arriaborg and vie ni
GEO. 811NE,,graduate of the
Balthnore comp of Dental Surgery, havingper
tekelthaY located In the city of Harrisburg and taken the
once formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third street .
between Market sun wainut„rirpgistfully Informs his
friends and the public to genuefl,,thatile la P repAree,t9
'perform all operations in the llisntal profession,:.either
ltdrgisa .or mechanical, in a manner that sifidUnt be
surpassed by operators in this or any other city. Ells
moue of inserting 'infanta' teeth it tigiott the latest
proved scientific principle.
Teeth, from one to a full set, mou n ted on fine Hold,:
Sliver, Pledge plates or the Vulcanite Base.
- hike - grointennte tiredretinenffing Hie emirs gel ..
Uemin ill my former friends of Harrisburg and TT;
Chitty and feel confident that bo will perform all bgelfol
lions in a solentlgo manner, from my knowledimor bJu
ability. Dag.dgfl P. J .B. GOMM. H.
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xiatLlAT*; l 4c/NL-imi
UAS disbovered the inostZeitain speody
LA and efretonet temedy In the world for •
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Ogre Wsrranted, Or.ne amp, in from one
to Two Days. ;
weetionior the 7: tuba, StrietureeAlfeatiOns
of theh wens Stud Blishiet,Tlnvoluntstry i tthicharges; fm
petenoy, General llebility,,Nervoiulikpas Dyspeity, „Lim
"nor, Love,Gpirits,,Confoalbs of lidette; alpitidenof the
Recut, Timidity, Trembling" Dimness 'of. bight or
neas,.pi seams in the Read, Tartlet, Nose or den, dgerr
tiona of the Liver; Lungs, Btomach or Bolialatholle ter
rible disorders arising
-from the Solitary MOM of,Youth .
—those am= and ;solitary pract.eas more tali' Id their'
victims than the song of :.yreus to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, ho., Impossible. ,„
PlapeolallY, who hatre 'beconiti:the
M Fillet Solitary
ly Vice, at - dreadfni and destrratiVe halm oh 'bh
sweepsto an, natithely graivi tfiont 'Young
the moat' exalted talents and
who might otherwise bare' mihsucee l lifienittg, Mimics
With the .hundera of eloqueired.er.Waked to emitter the
living lyre, may call with fall confidence.
Married Persons; 'Or Young Men contemplating mar
riage, being aware of physical weakness, organic ddbill
ty, aeformides, ho.; speedly cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. i imay
religiously confide in his honor;as a gentleman, and con
fidently rely upon his skill as a Phyainian.
immediately Cured, and fill vigor Restored.
This distressing effectionwhich renders I ale misera
ble and marriage impopsible— is the penalty .paid by the
victims of improper, indulgences,,..) pang parsecs are too
apt to commit ekeeteeli trent' not- being aware of the
dreadful oonaegLenoes that May ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that them*.
er of poor tation is lost sooner cy thoke falling . Into ph
proper habits than by the evident:. Setae being an
prived the pleasures of healthy , offitpring, the most se
rious and destructiveSymptems to both body and mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreatine Power,
Nervioua Irratibility, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of theihniit,
Indigestion, Considiudon..l Debility, a Wasting or die
Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7 south Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from BilltMork street, a few door.
hum the corner. Fail not to observes/ me and number.
Letters must be paid and centedn:a stamp. :The Doc.
tor's Diplomas hang in his office.
AL little Expense ;
A Cure Warranted in Two Daye.
No Mercury or Ifasseens Drugs,
Member of the Royal College of surgeone t London, Grad
uate from one of the moetnthinent Ooilegee Id- the United
States, sad the greater part of whoee life has been spent
In the hospitals of London, Parts, Philadelphia and 'else
where, has ensued Remold' the most astonishing ,mitie
that were ever known ; many troubled with ringing to
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, be _ -
alarmed at sudden sounds, 'bilshroluess, with freque t
blushing, attended sometimes %Millersport/an*
were cured immetUsUny.
Take Particular Notioe.
Dr. 7. addresstra 101 irt.....h.v.p . .....trul.noffinmsyr
by Improper indulge-ea and solitary habits, which - ruin
botb body and mWd, unlltting them for either business,
study, society or marrioge.
These are some of the sad and thefadchollY effects lira •
(lucid by early habits of youth, viz : Ws knees of , We
Beet and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness ,f Sight,
Loss of Ilusoular Power, ralpttation °title heart, LYS
pepsy, Nervous irraubd ty, Derangement of theDigeettVe
Fuuctinns, General Debrnty; Symptoms of Consumption,
nuertaar.--The fearful effects on the mind are mph
in be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Contusion of Ideas Dat
presslon of Spirits, exit Forbodings, Avers on to SoClety,
Suit Distrust, Love of solitnds,..Ttmidity, ho., ariasome of
the evils produced.
Tnousarrou of persons of all ages can now yids° valet
is the Callan of their declining health, losing their , vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous sett emaciated, having a
s in g ular appearance anon. the e'es, Cough and symptonth
of eonsumpnon. •
Who have irdnredthetopeptenirir cettalepractice la
digged In wheeralorava 444 Emilie:4g learned frail
evil companions, or at salad, the °nate of which are
nightly felt, even wheti asleep, and If not dared renders
marriage altos:able, and detail:Ts both mind and body,
snoofd apply immedhuely.
Whet a pity that torching man, the homier his Cann.
try, the darling of Ina parents, should be snatched tram
all prospects end eajoyments or lift, by the con.equence
of deviating from the path of nature and indulging In a
certain secret habit. Snob persons NUM, before contem
reflect theta aonnd mind rod b.dy are the most nwiesi
tary regulates to promins eannutpiai happinees. Indeed,
without these, the journey thrOugn lire becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view;;
the mind becomes Shadowed With despiair and filled with
the meiaticholly ran coon that the happiness of another
become, blighted with our OWil.
When the mirguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
finds that be has tmitioe I the , seeds of thu painful die:
ease„ it too Often hapens Quit an ill•timed sense of shame
or dread sof discovery, deters him hoot applying to those
who, irom o rurt.tion and respeoontlity, pan, alone. bei
friend him,, deltoids till the oonsticoutussf symptoms on
this horr d disease make their appearance, such as ell
perste:l sore throat, diseased, nose, -nocturnal pains in
the head sad limbs, dimness of sigpt, deadness., nodes on
the shin htineaand illnOiletcheoL9.4,the.ll_ an,larte and
extremities, progress ng with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate et the month or the cites of the nose, fall
is, and.-the victim of this awful, disease become a horrid
obi.et of comoibierittiON'llll Oath pawlt YetiedVine
dreadful hilleringti, by sandinthint , ihr thit - Unqactinri
'fined CenntrY, from whisks notraivriie referint! *--
It is isseldwohnaffacit linuuthoosands ;wlctinitX-to
this terrible disease; owing to thO diwkilhiltnitst elses
ant pretenders,'who by the urine tbiat Deadly Pe s un,
Mt mew ruin thecritisnitution' Add - Make the residua'. o ,
Trost net your to the carol:Me Mani
Unlearned and Worthless Pretenders, 'deitatute or knew.
ledge; name or , charaoler, who copy Dr. Johnson% Oyer
tetthaeocuts,. or' style_ thediselves in 'Uni nemapapers,
reg i l lorly:Xducated PhYslciana tnelpibielir Curing, they
keep you WWI mouth after moon taking:, their shay
ind Comfielmdir, or as iongrothasmallest
MO can_blitshiect, and in ditspair,leave Yen with ruin.
e l l, hee to tth,sigh over:7o4W galling disappointment.
Johnson is the only Physician Adyerthnom
:Blanrdilential or diplomas alWaya lenge In The offic e;
remedies or ireattrient are uekobwietb ell others:
prepared worn a Ills spentin thee:eat' hospitals of re:
rope; the thit id the country soda 'more 'extension Pri.
sate Practice than any other Physician in the world.
limicirsinnant of the
The maer.ttsswinsis cured akthie Anstitutton :year af 7
teryearcand the mammas important Surgical _Operal
none perfornied by Dr. Johneen,,witneessed by the Irti
porters of the "Sun," "CliOper " and many other :pa.:
pars, ninimis of Which base appeared again and: again
b e f ore the po besides his:standing as a:gentleman of
character and respormibilliy, - M u tticient guarrantee
tithe : : ;
bkin Diseases Speedily , eared.
Persona writing ehenittie particular In iiiineting tbeir
miters to his husteritien;iff the following manner
TOIII S I,SONI MiD. .
Amount of Policy and
bonus tobo Increased
by inture additione.
$ 3 , 38 1
- SALAD 0114---
A ' 4 40 supply of - freshi, in
large and small , bottler, and of different brands
:not received sod for sale by
FIRE CRACKERS by the cheat or box,
just receind and forsale by
14 .' . Carper Fzuarand Market-streets.
.1130IIRE eider vinegari warranted., tor gale
low by - Inaffoiditatxmeli,"
jysl6, .nonter nolo and Marko WO*
`INDEPENIi.N,N'IHIY: ', "iI:t I ,TI:I:I-NG , S--NEUTRAL IN NONE.I
RNLINP IN Mk TO TWIST% nom
Disease of Imprudence.
Of the Batman Look. Hitepfhil,-*Bo4thh,tire:
WM. -DOCK, Jii.a.ll; *GO.
TUESDAY AFT,ERN9ON, AUGUST 12, 1862
111G1101,8 ik [BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
G itcraE R S
_7 and Market Streets, •
• riLiiiRISSURG, •ITNIFA.
ESVECTtULLY . invite the attention' of
411161 he public teibeir liref had.well selected Stock of
. . .
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND 110' 7
SYSIIPEI, - •
LEMONS &O. AO
feAbir, - :
We invite an examination otpir super* •
• NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
The best in:the `market Int every respect, to
gether with all kinds of
SHADES; BURNERS, WICKS alid
GLASS CONES, • •
Cheap" than_any..place-iwflarrisburg. We keep
on hand alway s kinAle.of•
OEDAR A ND WILLOW WARE
All dyke and 'kinds of •
QUEENSWARX AND GLASSWARE;
at the oldttand, NIQHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2o ,corner Front and MarlsOt Stfi.
SHEET MUSIC. AHEET
T E IV ED.
- g,vEriAt, tfioniand piece? of NEW, and
carefully. eelected mneia,
..00roprlidng a , Very fal
Steinway's Unrivalled Pianos.
PIANOS FOE $l5O . UP to axiom
SCHOOL AND CHURCH . ORGANS
FROM EIGHT* DOLLARS.
PRINCES MELODEONS &co.
VIOLINS, - • " '
and nnudeal meroiandize of every kind. ,
ko4l l ßAlT:',Tit4.lit EIS.
_LARGE PIER AND MANTLE MIRRORS
made to order. constantly on hand a large variety of
PHOTOGRA.Iqi 'MA NIES.
Frews ofeTery description made to order at the shortest
REOILDING DONE,- -
tl thu New Milo Store of
" S. ( *filo & 00.
autdly No. legffarket Square, near colder's.
BOOKS FOB FA - WEBS,
HE attention - of agriculturists is 'directed
to'the following worke, Which wiliMirib k le
them` to.lncrease the qUantity•and. value of
their, crops 'by adding science and the eaperi
manta of others to their experience,: ;
ISTEiG EN'S Awe 0F..• THE e
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the beat, way toperf rm them, Price,— .3 60
COLEMAN'S AGISIOULTUBI4 - 4nd: =Real
Economy— . ... 4 00
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, 10r,. Allen.— ,1 00
THE FARMER'S COIAPSNiON, by Huai 7b
LEUTURRS ON PRAOTIOAL-AGRlplar
TUBE, by Johnston 60
vetid With' giblingravings2.2 60
AN EASY - METHOD - OF MANAGING
BENS, byeWeeks;.-....... .„- 2d
Pte Nature and,Thiatin ' ent . of. Diseritea .- cif .
•'eattle, by Dad& . N
LEIBIG'S AthiIdIiLITTRAL CHEMISTRY 76
COWs AND DAIRY niummia
and the production' of milk; bktter,
cheese, by Flint: :..:::1.:..-.'c .1 60
GRASSES AND ,
Lynch . .. .1'69
SAX.TOIOB HAND BOOS, containing'the
Horse, the cow, the pig fowls, &c., &c.. 1 00
THE FARMER'S DIOTIONARY and Frac
tical gamer; by Dr. . . ... 1 60
ALLEN'S -DOMESTIC • ANIMALS 74
THE FIRM BOOK OF MANURES, 'or
American_ Muck Book ' 1 26
THE . HORSE AND 'HIS DISEASES, - by
Jennings 1 . 00
YOIJATTON THE HORSE •• • 1' 26
HIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 800K....1 00
HORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking and
-'l'raining of Horses '
Standard Books, School Books, and every
thing in the stationery at line lowest prices. at,
BEEGNER'S CHEAP• BOOK:-STORE.
DttETRSIVEt SOAP, something better;
than Harrison's goimehoia B.4l4, , ,iotit,reemirennaid 4
'or sale by ,NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jet `.9orner - rrenginbillikork•it streets.
nHEAP Oil .fer all „kiln:W- : 7 of machinery,
ki email and biro Oackaies, for tile by
jelo (3Orherflont and Market stmt.!
)313,EAKFAST BACON !
AVery - choice 'lot, e"qatittellie - Celebra
ced (bnported.)-Torbobiro, l Jnillorelved.
/Y 2g W.M. JOCK JR. &CO
iiiiiiior* tot -of
A . : smIL; - bt u ' vary
, Bcdo'gne, samarijustsrecelvddi by
... '029 , '• —,, • - ' WM. DOCIcTi. &0o:
CM - w ()H
LitIFIED Tee* Bugari a cheap
• 'and-baanUfal article, for sale by
- ---- I , IIOI3OrSAVROWSANi
;` Corner Front and Karina stand- : 4
- - -- ' -
BAKENdfilaotailmit weet i hogw a te.
iontutkagandgr"lidri and Walnut ; "mai
I.: - The Constitution:. -"'
::Ruaroa' orTIM= Tritasaarir:—Nithen I hear
ilitieweduPellemcetta Atiltiationt the.:Donstitu r
tion, it reminds , me t of, the devil qnoting.elrio7 l
trite; and in, lir as the', imere letter goes, : his
quotations weielutioh - more to the point than
JtioseDemOcrsitin quotations of the Owistinition
by, men who never read the:instrument. they,
profeee to 3 operate so mech. A certain min 1
residing near Chestnut street, whe, I beget*
can niiither:rwid nor witch, tioldethe seubloquet
of " Vallandigitami" of Which - he- Weaned*,
proud - a name the Pfeeskilt leaden of tlzeSt -
hwidge wing so much venerate.,When this
Mr. Valitndighant taint about this 668'1441w,
(he never reads,) he puts Daniel Webster Into
the shade.; -not a glimpse .of. Daniel remains •
he.contends in eff..ct titat 7 tlutkaft, -much abuse d
instrument piotecti,treasort 'and ,tmitors froni
punishment'; atittiotirad ihn ß eitensiiin liaL
very; over 'ail-the Stated, ' add Saves to' thk,
southern friends frontshe codfscation of-their
slave property) Allotys the separation .of l the
States; allows thetblitaof_Our Custom Ho • .
and Mints; :the se 'Kg „gnr jornb ih:
deltd, 'sanctions all the fiarida and wrongs per
petratedi by-ihe South. I asked thin Mr. Val , :
tandigiuserwhat a Constitution was, and whit%
the object was in framing such , an instfumen
" bhl . said he, ." everybody , knows that evely t
Democrat ' I gave him inf. views, and
saidritas simply - igridident
„the States that they would enteribto a coqii4-
witship for the purpose of parrying writhe. oil
abuse of governing the„ States, that certain
things 'Wertiln be done, atursdine left 'undone, '
and that this agreement`hbOuld remain in ferce
until a majority &the-States agreed to , alter on
annul the same: • Now this agreatii'ent or Con
stitution has been violated iby. the South; after
many, years of unexampled, blessings and of
prosperity "under it, without asolitary juht
cause in support of their conduct; and 'have
Trecipitated-this great- country into this wi
measurable ruin and trouble. And yet the
Democratic party, over the great btd.wark of tile
country, has suddenly became the sympathizeia
with treason and friends of traitors. They are
- work to prevent our people front
volunteering and enlisting to def4nd their
country, and uphold and support thy Constitu
tion the Democratic leaders prate ' , so mu,
about. What right,J. ask h a ve the Sputh i
'ask prtiteciont44eyithin , 9fnsiitjagod, .
they so detlintly tepudiitte every principle it
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From Gen. Pope's- Army.
BATTLE V e aITAR IanTAIN
Full Paxtioulars :of the ~ .Fight.
GALLANT MEHL OF la 46TH PRIM
- VANIA. BEMENT.
They Were' McAtreil Day/1:i by a Ter
Whir Forces Retire befell& the Ringo Or
the Enemre tains. •a •
T'U r 'o UNB-.i.OST:
, The }liebel `Loss= Greater than °Ora
MANY PRISONERS TAKEN.
, ouLpE.pi* Va., August 9.
Incionsealtienoe of the adiance'of the enemy
yesterday to:this side of thn•Bapidaii, Genera !
,Pope .want. forward the Second. 7 _:A.Fmy Corps,
commanded by Gdl,l. Peaks, to . hold him in
At daylight this morning 'it' was discovered
that the enemy had. advanced as'far as Cedar
Run Mountaiu,.holding ire wooded, sides and
cleared slopes ; Only a small portion of their
strength was visible. They also held a range
of eleVittions- - and ravines ' westward 'of the
mountain. • • -'
An, elovated spot a mile and a half from the
mountain, And , east, and west,
mostly cleared g'round, was selected by deo,
Ektteks as thii bOtt Vika to receive their attabili
anditbeforenoon- was :spent , by the enemy in
maronveriug, in which theronly occasionally
a.yetp6k,:p.*, 4 bOretY;un our:front, of
and- a hal f' rinige3oiperied„."6e us, and
their infantry drove in our pick s eislii' the woods
on the 'HOP ! tri f tyk.' -1 . Aftiiivaretitterr i atter
battery kailfai On"thd mountain, the
idopestiuid works , crescent of bat
teriet=of each commanding
.-I.4iFee.upe.turtruntartttf&eft-we — rli exposed to
creel and ititiltalfee: ') .
Thelratfliffit IlVittintly • fitthittnlbered us lit.
- and We thpfied abet for shot
till ;Of deli:itch,;en they °Pined an enfilade
battety Itutitif ht. -
g • r - ; 1 4 •ofd th
Crawfortr . Whit:tit diviSiOtt, and
the 4fitli Petuutylirania ied ` the chatiti. ' '
Bettlrld tne.batterly was 'it thicket tif abrub
oak, and beim the FortY-staih cOuld roach the
guns, they- wel'e Mowed &an by a terrific fire
The rest of the Brtgads, was brought, and
subsequently the rest or Williams and Aupr's
commands;: but the enemies brigtides were fonnd
at every point.: . '
The battle griound`was 'hi a thick set wood,
with a ravine on our right. ' - '
- There nearly all the enemy's inftintry' had
been concealed during the shelling; securibg
themselves from obtervation by expelling our
pickets. This probably - was ode of the hardest
cwitested fights that has been fought in 'fir , .
It lasted tititil ' dtiris? wltmn oil.: foram retired
from the field, fitkitig. i'new Posidon beyond
the . reachof the enemy's guns.
.Fruni their adianbigeoutt position on the
heights our infautry were badly cut up.
, Wdr lost two ;gurus. Them:mm.o loss is cer=
taiuly greater., than, outs, as their dense col
umns were frequently riddled by our artillei
ists. , t00k : 41241y Prisoners-
Sinae yOur correwndent left the field large
reinfoimments rettott4 : , there, and h nore
shots h d been exchapged.
Thee Restrictioes ripen Travelling
WAIL Direarammir, WasumuMN, -August 11;.
-The teraPortirY restrictions Upon traveiin
deemed necessary to' prevent evasions of tliq
liability .to,. be drafted into:.- Abe • militia )
were not intended to apply.A3 couriers with
diepatches t 6 and horn. the ippiticiris of Mend.;
ly powera in the United Stides. All authoiitiesi
civil and mllitaiy, are consequently required to
such couriers to peached, Without.lnt or
inotestaticili. . .
(eiginsi.)' 'E. M. STANTON,
• ' - Steritari of War.
vAaa... - 'OI.IJrO'RNIA
The Destruction - of the Golden Gate.
Bea Fwansort, Aug: •7
Capt. Hudson at Ifansauilla on the thirtieth
reports ,to the,agents of the GoldenGatehere thai
a shelving beach and heavy, sortie, where, the
wreckis lying. Thole is little probabilitir of
saving the trefoil:me. He, with Part of the
crew andolkers remained as agents and tin
clervrriters,.protecting the wreck with the hope
of saving aoditionallives. Third officer-Scott;
in charge a boat containing ft.cim twenty to
-thirty bad , not reached' litiossithilla tit last ac
DISAFFECTION A 11 91 40 TEE. REBEL
BISON' AT , FORT 310FiCtAN MoBILE'
- - - NzW'Yoa; Avg ` 11.
A latter-detail a Mobile on:ttee 81st.''re
ports that six nen bad ,desetted :from "Fort
fiforkaii, reaching the :United .!•istes frigate
fiatiquehafizia with - Considerable risk". ,
' They had all-their aims and • ticcontretheidi
with them„ end . agreed to shixit-eich other
Father than barnKinptered 6TM:l,e : rebels. ,
'They report, the curie:at at Fort Morgan to
be 'front six hundred to night hundred strong,
many of-*both , are fereigners, and' that but
j little redstence will' be made - britwe.ithirds of
!MI LN*9 1 Ab O C I TA*
Two companies of t
daddled from Shiloh , °Maas.
Pam tinting fifirt
Haring procurPd StelgtPowe• Prows', we art pypar
.d to execute JOR ono BOOK Pkt.NT NG "or every
destripioti, rlieiper n lan be dame at ' another
stabltehment in the abut try., -
, R kT Es OF ..D'ORRIVING. ...._.
SH - Four lines or teas constitwe ene4mlf Boars,
Mitt lines or more than four con Meta a tquare.
'Half Naar& one d.y $0 0$
4 one WOK__ ...... / 26
la ens month .......... „.......... 2 60
" three mout hs 4 00
at= months 6 00
a, one y ar...... .............. ....10 00
Onetiquare, out eat , ..... .... ...
" one month ..,
st three mouths
lt. Rig Meths—
" one year.
oar %shwa notices Inserted lo the Leal etaltata OP
setae Marriages and Deaths, EIGHT NfS PER LINE
for . ach inserticn.
ear- Mart .ges.and. Deaths to be-charged as-regular
de#ll4u.k mentA, . ` ,".
BATTLE OF O..EDkBMOUNT &IN•
EtINGTON, Angnat 11.
The Pennsylvania reginuinta egadin the
battle were toe Twenty-eighth, Forty-fourth,
(or First Cavalry,) Forty-sixth, One Hundred
and Ninth, and one Hundred and Elev,nth.
Col. cornpany of Zoulves
Was also 'engaged.
Birei‘ no Bat of the, ittileci in these regi
ments; the - only one mentioned bang hlijor
Hector, Tyndale, of the . Twenty-eighth • regi
Brig. Gen. John W. Geary, arm amputated.
Col H. S. Striorook, 109th regiment.
Col. Joseph F. Knipe, 46th regiment.
MejorMatthears, 46 h regiment..
Lieut'Ool. Brown, 28th regiment.
Lieut. L. W. Ballston, 109th regiment.
Major - Louts H. Pelouse, regulars.
Cantata, Trotter, Co. I, 107th regiment.
Sergeant Wm. Hains, co. B, 46th regiment.
Oortiend A. Baum, Co: T, 46th regiment.
AllewM. Knapp, Co. A, 46th regiment.
I. McFadden, Co. B, .109th :regiment.
H. -M. Signo; Co. (1, 48th regim e nt.
J;Killinger, Co. D. 48th regiment.
E. Aslibiidge, Co. G, 109th' regiment.
B. Brines, Co. B, 48tirretriment.
George Meyer, Co. B, 10.9 th regiment. -
H. A Ziegler, Co. D, 111th regiment.,
W. McGerrity,:Co. B, 46th regiment.
Benj. Huber, Co. D, 107th regiment. • s
FL L. Fisk, Co. B, 107 h regiment.
John A. Rockwell, Co. B, 107th regiment.
Wm. Ohne; Co. B, 107th regiment.
Mlle McCarthy, Co. C. 107th regiment.
John Menton, Co. F, 46th regiment.
John Craig, Co. F, 46th regiment.
C. Hill, Co. A, 109th regiment.
Geo.Rridgers, Co. F, 111th regiment.
Robt. Meson, Co. F, 109th regiment.
J. M. Gill, Co. F, 109th regiment.
W. M. C. Robinson, Co. A, Ist Cavalry.
Edward `Riley, 107th regiment.
3.llloyer, Co. I, 111th regiment.
A. M. McDonald, Co C, let - Cavalry.
B. F. R ss, Co.,D, 111 h regiment.
W. ,Chains, Co. K. 111th regiment
W. Bemis, Co. F, 111th regiment.
R Cbugh, 00. F, 111th regiment.
Robert Wallace; Co. A. 109th reginent.
D. lacapban, co. A, 28. h Tegiwent.
S.Riker Co. A, 111th regiment.
J.'Gobde, Co. D, 46th regiment.
•Kelley, Co. G, 109th regiment.
W. Southard, Co. 1`; regiment.
W. H. Muth', Co., C, 111th. regiment_
0.-0. Canny, 107th...wgircient. _
W. W., Thomas, Co. B, 109th regiment.
Jeff. Piepdott, Co. A, 'lllth reginent.
Daniel; Turner,' Co. I, 109th regiment.
John Morrison, Co. F, 109th reg ment.
Robert Gilchrist, Zouaves d'Afrique.
Anthony Coyle, Co. I, 46th regiment.
J E xell, Co.. 11; 111th regiment.
A.l. Digeon, - Co. F, 111th regiment.
Albert Ltird,.lst Cavaliy.
Janes W. irlueener, Co. G, sth Cavalry.
John B. !dagger, Co. A, 109 h remit:neut.
Thomas J. tiweeney. Co (C, 109th regiment
REMO:U.IINa IN INDIANA. ; ' F
INDLONAPOLIS, Aug. 10.
Gov. Morton has officially announced that
all volunteers for three yeer s or the war wilt
be received up to the mornlug of the 16th Of
this month, t.nd after that no volunteers Will
be received or bounties paid.
•The preparations lor the ;enrollment of mili
tia and drafting, to fill the reo,nt order. for
800;000, are &dug on rapid y, and , will be toil
pl,ted by'the 16th inst. Instro'ctions as to`the
mode of ()endue log the draft have been motif
ed ftcein the War Department.
THE GUERILLA WAR IN MISSOURI.
,Idp, Aug. 10
Colonel McNeil Again overtook ggines guer
illas, yesterday, at Stockton, in the. . Western
part of Macon county, aid atter anOther'itmip
fight,.rottted them, killing and wounding a
large : uumber and capturing many hone& The
rebels were scattered in all direction°, -Sgurte
of the prisoners captured had taken the oath
and given bmds.
RECRUITING IN KENIUCKY.
Ltonavrttn, Aug. EX
Six thousand cavalry have
. been already en
rolled in this city, and (lathe": enlibtments are
expected,' there being now a thousand °vet-Jrhe"
quota. The enlistmente•tor the infantLy regi
p2euts,arpAso progresbitz finely, aud . there
will be no necessity for drafting in this State
on thellist retatisition of the'Federal Goiortt
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