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TV ilL ""Y
V aW " m
VI. EAM FIELD, !'A.
Wednwday Morning Jnne 12, 1861 j
"Army, Navy, and Loam." i
Uirsr, t ys mir height or, nrc t lit "only
throe gutjeots that need engage thent
iention of Congress ul tno extra session
which is to commence on tho llh of July
next. Tlio "prominent incmlors," says
he, are to meet nt Washington .bout tlio
I'Oth of this month fourteen days in ad
vance "for the purpose of consulting up
on the luMcrjs ot the pension" ami who,
i is wbc prc&umcil, will havo everv thing
ul and dry, so that tlio great majority of
the peoples' representatives need not he
detained more than "two or llireo weeks,"
there being nothing but "an Army bill,
a Navy bill, and a Ioau bill," for Congress
Viaiij llilnprf th" l.in.1- it i nid.htj Um ,M... f, ,,.n (l r,,n ,;, imi wcr. but In ll.a K'-mid nit I onus
',,nt the . ...,. id. that M-ilivn.trtinim , wtlllM,, lit tm tn .ho lm,-.l """ltX h.iy . P ... ll.o h)
ulny to tli-niM Ihlr nibi'. t, Mid air about tMn j rm tltr.l Upti our S .bli. r. In I'M ,,, (v htmlo and mowed In i" eider
inking t)i" fun'' "K 'iH"tl"tn in a tntli t, Idling '.ippln ft Mid clothing IWr tliom, tl,n i on".ilrn. l our sto. It n : health)
net ii..t lobnimdwd. Chmi ly, If lid w ir ; y i!,r, ,i, iU Mt r-nphn of our Slate n'"1 ln ' ohditioii.
..t.-r.lirrn,h,.c.r.. u.,ni,,," t AdnilniUn.Uo,,. Th. I. a tor nJ;j f:;;;;!; .rf iO .ir
the Smith, or for the c.xtrtmitPitwn fif (ho ofTuevbiy kh): W(, 'j,m,ovi.l and in kj,I slulr ul nilti-
stilutioh o' 81 lu-ry, con this 1'laoK lit-i "Many rurtii imniii:.,M . in ,f.otmr-i fr vat Ion, Lei les w o have a number mom,
publican Stale of W.nii will not have a '"Hf ' r"V.h V" ""a "t ;i""Tio!" ",mtf ,,f, tt!,,MU IT in!'
Mnnwah Tot . ,1... i.t t,. t. nv. I'Ut.l.nr f.,r I ' In U 1 . 1 , .1. i a wi. .n , f i .,n, ni lbstlint i ibV -mW, ,-.
- nini'"i"lif il I'.V fniilrnrtnr llierr In loin liii-c . h , ,, , ,, ',,,.,.,,, i.
Habeas Corpui. i i i o,n,.. v,.t.,t.r.. '" .; "v . . 'I,1u. ", ' '
tiaoras iuij itinie ,vl,tIlill,.v ,., ,, vl0,. in y.-ai-11, m mo l.n b'el long In n
"It i uhderulo,,,! that llif nt ni-"'"- !,. , ,.ri, , ,rif,., , ,,'(, siai.. nt .ri.-r , rt id-'. Si:i e t'"it tlllio wo have, a
mi.l '"il'l.v 1 lie fiiiii-imm i.f jo fli"l",r ir:l,U;i.,- In.in :i :;. m $;i Mi jht Im-ti-l-Mrliouly ,1,,7cii or mure fnin,f Link l;irnn el f rted.
Ju.l( nin.-v."-A' .f..o.J"Mr...., a lljr .rii, ftrt ,,,,.,iK ..fr,.iRlt mi l M,i,. in io 'nml tnannef, which add
If this bo lino, ivhoio in our vaunted 1minii'-iiiii". I t I iiny lio.ly rlmrv ihc .MliiH , i ,., ,i.e inuirovemeiit of the neigh.
Ilibcilv? !oni gone forevr! Wi ilo ' h r'.,,"rrn","V.fc , ., ' boi hood, nn.Ut.ruka well for the tnl. ai.il
i... i. . ii. I,., l. t.,ii. inul III 1him i i.. i,:. ..i ...... . .. ...i:.. in iuiiT o tho ow norv A No, Km t luii
if IIOI. lion I'l inn, vi ... ....... , null n 111,'rrn ,11, in iniiiiirf; ri'rrivi'tl nil ,'i','.i i j . . . . i
luil.tooinions like hill), wildt thia to,f..r -mrl.... ho Kr,l lu ri.riiil..l nt lUWIlKiup imi i. j vv .V,'
"I . -t. !. iirnttlt will d-ubll. I . S'V i I'S ?
.ollin IIHIolIM til" tlint rtri.tf'il In lb" b' ''Ml,,
t..rv ir IIim 1-i.iMiy. !!) ,''ii'i''Ti i"i" !
.,,rvaiU In militaiy .in I-hue tbt no ' lin0 f,,.
,,lnlbi.k Mill In mnl tit Mai it t liu in' i " " i -w tni,, t ,.p ( .
i .... I.,. i il, , l "In, birui i i,,.t (triii r.l I Itrt . u l.i.t. ..... , Ml
'"Jl" "" ... 'l . I'iM I ,' M nill'll 1TIJ ,v.
uiii not i oiMMitititod ntand tUMir t li iiil- ' , , . . , . "'m:.
...XigwilUdvan. n .l,rou(!l, M,.r, land, .l.-p- ndcd f.-l- our t,.,i
. io In foiffl nt Willitiiioit nndtakna t'toiu tin", at
o.i.ltioii iii the loir ol the io1.fl forem ut
i ho b uy.
111- MI.T Ib'nM II MUM. ICS 1 111.
KV-itr.AMNi:- i'"i: VN VI,",I'A,:K
;l I i:iiiN iavis i'. a i i." '
t , , , . .1 - 1 ; t, ... If .. . .1.. .. M..... l.m.u., t.ttmt n ill i IV 1 .
be tho case. Hut wo beliuvo tlio 1 'oi'l U,llr , p,.r ,.,,,,,. yA, (,; ,r, r,t,t ., K) faviirably in ilnt of ta-le, ..Itiaction
u i 11 Kiilimit to no htu li Hal ing UMiroaui u .H.rd.ni. m ,iir.j ii,(., ,.( rrnr. , .....i . i ,. , t ,M in our l.u--or low ns.
llie in ,'r i li ii ii iiivii( iiiriiiiIimi ii lit i r irinii in
litrf iirli.imil liill. mill Iii.Iiil mi liiinml ninn. rctllfl,'!
I'l... I, Af f ......,, r'.i...if i ill., liii'li i... :.l I I. l.i.l ,i.. ...,
I IIU Hill Ml in "i ' "' 't in n- VI. I. II 1 p i in I I'liiii'i, I ii r.Min in f nun, s i , . i , . . . ,
.1- l'l... u n. ,.. ....,! .k., l.M .lilt.. T. 1 I) 111 II I 1 Ol 1111 II I
and ti rannv
iiorogativo w rit that (TKCTS tH'K
t'Eh'SdNAI. I.I I'iKKTY, mid ut all time
keeps the miliia iy in mibori
civil power. Woy lu to
dates to "SUSPKNI " OL'b
and bitter will be tho hour when the Kx
f.mlivc uttempts to (tosttoy the Supreme
Ccu 1 1.
'I'lie Constitution of tlio United Sfatrs
And' IiokI ol till, in tho eatalogi.o of oui
iniirovo::iouts, nto the growing utoady
Iml.im of our eiti.onn. their i.eisevoraiice
land .'nduttrv in rleming their land, on'
' Wo irgt. t In l. rtm, li.u,,Ul( f
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ol I In' N iisliiii-t-ui (.'hiK.!, (jf
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i.k .-. n. 1 nnciri lluri'. 1K.
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ritn.riio k, .inn- i mi inie;ugom. 'ioi , , mm, mi inn i iinr.-e ofi
...l,,,!,!,,,.,.,,!!....!;... .iu.llio.nllaipol'.re.- ...... t, .r. . I .,!,. hi,",...
rV,m...rlH. mplclo st ate ol propiii hi ion - ' V a
lori.ti..e'i.whi.hise..go.lyrxpo(-iodlho.o. Mil o.,!.ld, ol the I'otter Mm,,,..
Th indicatioiiM mo nil i.gain.t tiny niton- i,;,v. cIihivoh iille.,! u, '
del oviioililtion ol Ihi-ldiii o. Troop were . . "-TCiy.
e;nV.unly arriving in ..unpanio,' and i .t;"" i-X.IVMol,.i luadc ,
n,,,,,,,!. ,',,M' I"VS""t W''iV' ,U,,J
I'U.oen iiiiiuiii'o niH i i.i i -
night iipparontly from the inlei ior ol Vir
ginia, and five companies, of about (iOD
men' arrived while, ho wa there. Ho
also nolod tho tu livid of bovoral t-nuiidn
of reci nit. rrovi:ioii3 iv:ro abundant
not of insul) irbiirilioii
, ,, . icnrrf iiiiiu .ii'iutio m,,. , -, . ... .
and ut nil ttine ...... . ,. -nr., u;h. hiiL-iiiL' their f,irm-. improving tho noil, and the men cliooi lul. 1
dination.othe I li" 1." iU f-t.en .nM.or-: m ft '0 .imwlnt kinds of grain The alri.,.,,1 d.eip.ino ,s niL,
theruler th-.'t 'Vnnsy Ivan.a ou3ht to turn out "rousou . J , oiuu'utlon to c.veel, in pro- and my inlor.-aant was only ptt uuUe d o
i . tv 11 s,,,'"ls t,)0 tllilt hio- ftl"1 Nl W Yo''l' ducing the Ut and tho I v;t yield from nt. r the town under a guard, and to ,
V... :, U: :l.7 .vo boon hle.ed" with tho Mine kind ,e aeV.upon .heir several .arms. These to any ol the .o h . l' I
a 1 1
ov;ilt . Witlt tho hoiaj that
tVieinl will be nble to reluuv,',,
slindow of HiNpiiMnn fioia ,js t. '
tor, we await Mim full partieularj
rf P.it.ii.i-K.iiiiiii l.nlli iirfii.'i,ln Mini.
to act upon all of which, or a much of ; , ... ... . , , ,
, 1 .,, ,, the privilege of thewrit of IUboas Corpus
I a M,a "mini ft itr ,i niii.,i,i ti-ill nllnw i ...
, ' '. ,, Ighall not bo suapenibm, unle when in
tu Ia Ku irriii.iiiil.Lil Itl lilt l!l'4lriV I 4 . .
ip J STJ I4tll.'ll.ivv ill lit I
FkU is lite programme our neighbor
would lay dwn for the representatives of
tho American people to bo guided by ; and
were it not for the fact that l.e leublishes
what id boastfully claimed ns the vrjunvi
the uicnibf i of Congreis from this district,
ewes of rebellion or invasion the public
safely may require it." Who has the
power to "Mitpend" this writ under
this clauio of tho Constitution of the
United States ? Judge Taney, in tho rc.
cent case of Merriiuan nt liultimoro has
I already emphatically declared that Con-
,. 1, 11 1, . II
IIO C-...J BU..VH,IUIIJ IIUUIM UVJ W,,,l) U.I , . .
, . , , . ., , ows dioiif jmifftrt this extreme power. J
worthy of notice as they are but tho echo r 1
., HAVE NHVtlt VK T KXEiK 1SK0 IT.
oiinateinKoi political iniamy, uio ew , .
,. . . .. . ..... It requires no argument to piove that
iplr rihiit.tt H,,r 9a ,f ,a Ii.ih'ai'ap wi
Hut is it is, ltowever, wo
think it devolves upon the constitut nts
pfCcn. r.moN to toumi him upon this
Congress tilono possesse. this power. Any
lone who will tako tho trouble to read see-
r J . " ' . 1 . Hons 8 and V of Article 1st 0r the Consti
momcntous Hubicct to ascertain whether
. - , . , , , .. Itution ol the l niteu Matcn, will fcee tins
Me is a Greetyite, mid whether h:sor7aii-i , ., . ,,
. , .. .. . .. a', a zlnnoe. Section S so v "tJnnirett shad
r i liyf.nv ft v irnsena 1 1 ! CJiti I i ir null in Minn L- "
tr ill it. tu- AVIiriionna Iiil Eiklillir Atif u In fliA n, .
mmu v 1' a vu wiiiruio ll) infill - I , , ,,, , ,,.
.. , . , , , .... i have thevoiier ' to do the things named in
uclo referred to; whether he thinks i... ' , .,
.. , .... ... , . , consecutive paragraphs. Section v
oniy lurvtt uiiin win ue required, nnu
(hat Jieyoptj fhese there is no object in
putting thp ppuntry to tho expense of nn
vxtra e.sion of Congrei's ? whethf r Lc
Joe not think it the duty of Congress to
have p eyp tp ineasuros of jienee, rnther
lhaq to paasurcn of vrar, with our fellow
fituena and kindred? and whether it
vould not bo bettor for our country for
Ibngress to conciliate the Southern States,
even i' try thovld ha ( grant them wore, than
their jutt right, in order that they may as
rist U3. tp chimtise Knglnnd lor presuming
to interfere in our domestic iifl'airs?
They it igl) go a little further, inamue
us ipy hayp n very frank, out-Bpoken,
Btraigbt up-n (ioivn contlpmon to deal
' - - -4
Jjranrh of our government has power to
mipend th writ of ILileas Corjws ? and
w helher Mr. Lincoln, if ho ordered its sus
pension, as Gen. Cndwnlhicter eays he had
pono jn t)o wise of Merrym.in at Jtalti
moro, is net umrpby the lrj'(slitke powcr and
thus tulle to iwpfuchment t
There nro still other (juotdions that
wight appropriately bo nsked, all of which
no have no doubt tho General would lc
glad of an opportunity to reply to. Hut
w e leave tie subject with his constituents.
ley-Forney, in u late number of his
Tress, Faya, in substance, that ''all who
now ask questions as to the object of the
prcent wur arp traitors.''
If this bo so, we can assure him, ind all
pthers interested, that this is the very ques
tion that almost every man you meet is
now asking, and that if this makes u man
a tiaitor, the army of traitors is eo num..
erous that no man con number them. It
is a question that occupies the thoughts
of every citizen, audit is earneslly pro
pounded uppp the streets, at every cro.s
remds, in tlio social circle, and at every
fire side and no man in nblo to give a sat
Tho Tresident called for 76, K0 volun
teers for tho purposo of defending the
Capital, enforcing tho laws, and "priiil;
to re possess tho forts," Ac, within the sc
weded Stutes. Now, tint the Capital has
then follows with seven distinct limita
tions of tho power of Congress. Tho first
provides for the prohibition of the Slave
trado. The. second is the provision in re
gard to the writ of ILibeat Corjuis, The
third prohibits tho passage ofr post fue.tu
law. ; and the others are like restriet om of
the power of Congress. Sj that in fact tho
Constitution no where provides that the
1'rof ident or any other nranch or lepart
Aiont of the government tdiould "suspend"
th':s w rit ; but even rest i iota and limits the
the power o f Congross by the most clear
jjand explicit language.
A Vain Hoast- The Muck Kcpublcan
Orators and New spapers, have always been
- - - i. r.... . .
and free negroec, too ; but as nn illustration
of this fai t we give nn cxiract from a late
number of the Pittsburg lhpate.h, in which
the editor says:
"Where tho ' etars and stripes' of the
Union tloat, men think, vote und writo as
they please where Secession rules they
must be dumb, become exiles, prisoners,
This little scrap is perhaps equally bal
anced half true and half false so far
as it concerns its of the North it has no
foundation in fact. The editor must have
of agent, only, that they receive a higher
percentage, on the sale of uniforms, bein
about eipial to the percentage realized by
our "belli" contractors, which wo think,
should satisfy any business man in thc
days of unbounded 1'ulriotisni nd Hero
ism which seems to have changed ' freo
speech" into free choaling.tinder tho cngi
neers that nro now running the National
and State "machines."
t-iy Tlic editor of tho UrookTill; SVtr,
who is the present Superintendent of the
Common Schoo'.s of that county, muni bu
a "perfect hriek," If ho knows n much
about teaching children their A, B, Cs, ns
ho has shown that ho dooj about heathen
mythology the rising generation of . Idler
son may well honor thw day that brought
the erudite. McKlhosc into their midst.
Only think of the fellow i.ol knowing tho
ditlerence between old Mars, tho god of
war, and the Supreme l'eingl
"Ignornnc" the turn of (iuJ.
Knowli.J-e Ibo wing wherewith we By tu ltev.
Hut pocr Mac, .ve tear there is no chance
Clearfield County Agricultural So
ciety. llepart of the Vice President of Karthmt town
ship. Salt Lick, Jan., l", lSt',1.
To 1. V. Ktxwkii.er, Secretary. ,ti;
You will find accompanying this rc
poit a list of membership obtained 'or the
Clearfield Cotiuty Agricultural Society, of
which 1 had the honor, the present yeor,
of being tho Vice President for Karihau-i
1 remark that I have been to some
trouble to ascertain all the information
possible, in regard to the agricultural in-
IfiVViJtWA.'.WMy. nn'' ,""'0,n nresent
Your humble Vice President has been
a resident of tho towmhip for tlio last
three years, and it gives him pleasure to
stutc that agriculture, since that time, has
been on the improvement, and particu
larly so the last year ; an apparent in
creased interest has taken place which
ii in a great m'.-nxure to be ascribed to tho
organization of the L'lcartielil Omn'y A'jr'
The first Fair for the Society, held at
I'OSTSt 'IJin'. Since
,!i in I V'lii' Mini fit'tee kti-il.:..
pres.-1 ' I ',""X"ni
mat agricultural interest have boon awa- once ol tlio oll.c.er ivno accompanim. mi... .... "... .Hnninmiv
kened in our people of Karthaus in a Pickets extended for some, distance in . , j,,.,,,,,,.,,, w, j,,.,,, y ,
measuro'by'the Cleared tU.nt,, tl. edirec. ion of Pen nsy ia la,.rislM,4 and w:ls
ri,!nnd fy, and very much by tbo. eight deserters f.om I he ledcial eai ip at , asm
Into Imeolf.rol ;. ; an that our nextCliarr.bo.sburg reaohed llarjier s I o uy pan y with ( ;i.t. J.)i'uiii,w,lnV;tt
.. r..i.. ...;n i.,ri ii,..,..nted iii vestordav evening, and several on tlio Hay i,,.,.!-,,,., in...,.!, i ,.
"'"J" ' a... I ;.!., Tlieir nrrivul created much J '-' ' " V BW
liersuii UV llll! LIIUTUI ui vi i. -.. ...... , - - ,
if not laivelv represented in stock
productions, it will be respeotab'.o.
and merriment in view ol the reported tioser- ,pnus,
' 1 ions from tho Confederate camp, unci
' liicn I ii :i 1 1 1 ' il it u bi.li..,...i .i
,v -r1- . ... , i n.. ..... 1 in im ,
el... ..... i.. i s;,w.i..n. nn. nn w in: i were pronounced wnoiiy u.i.ruo. ........ . . . "
Hiv u.n vi ...... ... ... , , ., r.i iwirr: it ior
t it wa.i helievi'il Uu
. I . . ,
... .. . .. . r . .. Vll.l,.n tt-tt li.t.ivil In- 1,1111 III lllll IllllVlL. hi .ii i'iii I '.I IliUI uvnl
i niiiiiii.iif.nl ii. ui ii.n li'UiL Liioreoi aneauv hwuhi -v i - -
V ... ... V .. . .... .1 ...... 1 1 .1 ... I . . II" . ,,
appearing we have great oncourygemeut lenco o: sicuness in mo ca.ni.. siici.i ; ai.u wuu uio .uicik c an..j lfJ
lo M.stain otir Count,, Ayrir.dUiml iKtei. tj..- President I 'avis is expected there, to- iW ,sV. 0' ;,, Wll
And by soiloing.wowilLoon find the morrow when he w.ll review he whole , . ... ,.,i ;c T.. ,
citizens of Clearfield county not only an uody oi noops ine. o hiauum-.., .. ..v uumi
industi ioiH and u sober people but in u onicer stated to iny imoiu.a.n, ihi.u. , Ulls war Wils Jur Ult. j,u,.,0!c u,.
short lime, the soil ol U-att.eld u.joui i ..o-o. u , , , . ..
UV ni.l tviiiilink rti-rtiM iMti'l
..ml ,.,,,nt,,rl nun III III tlltlOII tO 1 S. W III ri.liii.i.iii iii"viu
have a large surplus of her production to
export for the supply and war.t of others.
THE WAR NEWS !
IN I'KIt KSTIMi I-KO.M Til V. MANASSAS
JUNCTION. LKKSllUKti, HAKPKU'S
There i every indication that tlio Fod-
eiai and ijonledera'.e lorces win soon
meet in deadly conflict at some point in
Virginia From the Washington Star ol
last evening wo make up the follow ing in
lltoM MANASSAS Jl'M'TloN AMI I.EKS-
Just before going lo pres to day, w have
infonuaiioii liom tw.j gentlemen of char,
actor, whoso byuiniihies with tho cause ol
the Union wo know to be entirely relia
ble one of whom is just liom Manassas
Junction and I he other from the inline li
ato vicinity of I.eesburg. The former as
suies lu Hint on Friday la.t I'.ii.iuiegard
cortuinly arrived ot tho junction ; and, if
so, no tako it for granted has assumed the
quarter, ilns gciitlemon further says
that there is an aggregate f.irco of "0,1)00
'.roups a Manassas, Centrevillo, Fuiifax
Station ar.d Fairfuxi Court Ilouve. This
iuforniatioii, though ditlereni widely from
that received by the goernnient here,
comes to us under circumstances that
cause us to place 60ino reliance on it.
Our informant from the. direction ol
IyOc?burg assures us that on Sunday mor
ning last, during divine jervice, nn officer
a trier." Wo shall anxiously am
Arkivkp. We call the utteutiun uU
respectably for tho citizen. Our atien
.1 . ... ..i .. i.. ... i. ...I :
. . , . . ,. , . Mlillll'lT 1 f ,t.-l U 11 .IB Ul II 1 1 It I, 11 U -Iii' I 11 1 1 I .1, 1 .
known nt the time ho penned tho above, 0, . ,mt consitloi.in, 1C hng (Ji(anw
lines that tho office of the Heaver .Star, not t0 u.n(.t nnd the rain during too time of
thirty miles from his cwn door, was enter- the fair, it was respectable. I ho crops in
ed on the night ..r the Oth inst.,by a mob, I Km llinus township tho present season
audits materials scattered through lhe "ere generally not only a good average
. , . orop, but wr.h many wos an abundant
streets nnd thrown into tho river. 0I)C. jhe wicak cr0j, j pIumpneM of
To fu. ther illustrate this boasted liber-'grain ind quality could not have born
tv, which the "stars and stripes" have' better. The yield on an uvcmgo was 11
been presumed toguaiantee, we rc.'erto1', sbeavos making the bushel. In
1 . , ... . some instances it may have taken more,
two articles on our ou'sule in reference to 1)Ut ; ,.)V ins,nnccs loss made the
two other transactions of a similar nature, bushel. 1 know of two instances, mid
From these it w ill be seen, that, like tho there may have been more, that 13 sheaves
fugitive slave, lcu.ocrutic editors in .'
publican. America must seek a refuge io
Monarchical Canada! Well did Maria An
toinette say, when her eyes fell upon the
Goddess of Libel ty. in despotic France,
"O, Liberty ! w hat crimes are commited in
thy name. "
..it. .. .1 ,i n ,, wui'i iiul lu.v ut. i .yuiiii u ...UK I . ill
"We rreret to ce the ( Icnrlield iVniiUnnu I . ' e . "
Hill lm.r.inR, in ...any vani, in tukinK Me, l0'lst onc ''-n.lrod l.u.-liels ol ears to the
i ,!,. . . . witn tlio reui-is. w e Know tue eu.tiir lo be noi- , , i.io wunn uum nn .. wn inc
ten uciowieu, aim is pronounced out ol ,seJ ,-M K0(lJ tt llcBrt ,nyiima living ; and ! bill firms the early plntd corn wa a
danger, hps not the country a r'nrht to lclicve that he is alo a friend of Ilia country. ' good crop in quantity and but little soft
knew vhethn that uhich xcas vt dwht, and "' ""rrn ,r'""" jcorn where they were careful to plant the1.
,h .hi." ,k4i ..f A...:t ...i... .1 A 1 hat will do, J'uvnl. c ask no man proper kind ol sicd earn. 1 he Sate plan-
AllUMV.v VII HIV llll', Vf IIIOC .II'ME, KICfl Iftl . , I .1 , , ,
P,;,!,t;.nirl hi, ;wJ.--. A ,.,- o say more of us-and wc can soy almost i'ovn 11,1,1 the corn not properly work-
rendent issued Ais first J roclamatom, ha,yet - c,j( UvQ , o( j, ,vcru 8ofl or unsoutl(1
Cleu field last fall, gave general satisf.io- ru',u "I' 10 '''' quaker meetinghouse nt
lion, and spoke well for the Society and "aterfoitt, Loudoun county, seven miles
1 .... . .. - I r I i i ..i. i .i. i
..oui i.eesourg, unn oruoreu uie people
there assombled to bp ot Harper's Ferry
the next morning, Monday, with all
tlmir wagotH and teams, to move the ma
terial ami troops tlioi: there. Un that
day we believe two thousand ot those
troops moved up the Potoinio to a point
opposite Williamsport. Our informalion
fioutl cesburg is up to yesterday morning
That tow n was then the headquarters of a
force of about liOO men, if we nrc correct
ly informed, and we think we aie, under
the command of Kppa Hunter, a Prince
Williivni couut v Hi igadier ; wh-j has seen
no service bjvl ho )y. Thoso troopR ilc
iho picket guard duly between tho Point
ol Kocks, Lcesburg, Hroad Ilun, Vienna
and on towards Georgetown, until moot
ing the line of pickets thrown out from
Fairfax Court House.
AN KXPrTTKH ATTACK ON WII.UAMS-
Wo received inlormation yesterday uf
ternoon, in w hich we have reason to place
some oonnilenoe, dial tieneral Johnston
hud dispatched u force of two thousand
men with tw o pieces of ordnance, for nn
assault on Williumspoi t, Md., proposing
10 nomiiani u nrst irotu the irginui side
of the iier.
yielded the bushel
The yield of Rye on nn nverago was IS
to JH sheaves making the bii-hcl. Two or
more instances I know of 12 sheavrs of
rye yielding the bushel, and in no in
stance havo 1 heard of more than IS
sheaves to yk'ld a bushel. Tho rye is al
so of the best quality.
The corn crop on our river bottom
could not have been bolter
lcei decided. So far, not a word has been
uUerol by any onc in authority, and the
country is left to eonjecturo. One letter
wnter says that tho object is tn rctnkothe
forts, &c. Another says it is for i ho pur
pose of subjugating tho Southern States,
and compelling them to remain part of
the Union, and their citizens to become
loyal subjects. Another says it is for the
purpose of "driving slavery from the con
tinent," and others again, Hint, it is all
merely for the purpose of demonstrating
to the world that the North is strpnger
than the Pouththat tpnty p'JJiope of
peoplo are ablo to whin (tight millions!
And in tlio face of all theso confused pp
tradictloni the Cheralicr Forney pronoun
ce it trcaxm to ak any questions as to the
objacta of lite war? The people, hereto
fore junior the impression that they were
"tjia loureofif ail political power" under
our constitution, md tiiaiour government
ebuld not be put upon a wr tooting, and
ar actually 'conitneneed, witJwut a for
mal dtclirutinn, of war by Copgress, are bran
ded m traitors, if they ask any juestjoei
in relation thereto.
Judging from the proceeiingi of the
ns much of you
Hut you were never nioro mistaken in
your life and goodness knows ycu have
seldom been right since you left the Deni-.
The oats crop was an abundant one, ami
in qualit7 I never saw better. Tho aver
age yield was 1 bushels to the dozen, nnd
. . . ., i .
ocratio party-tlmn whn ymiwhnr.rrJ'Vrrr 01 fc,,L'avcs
.... , , , I yielded 2 bushel of oats,
'taking sides with the rebels." e have, T10 l,M(fU ct0 on ,bt whMo. was u
heartily supjiorteil the present llundei ing good crop. In some localities it wa ir.-
adminisli"tinn,eveu in measures not only 'jured from filling by the sun, nnd in olh
notoriously in disregard of law and prece
dent, but measures whoso inevitable ten
ors it wui alighllv injured by the early
TliA lintn.n rrnn in enmo 1a.a1 i. !..a rf
1. I . .1 1 .. . ' . . I ' luiaiinu
uc..-y ,nun iu oe me ueieai oi tnejthe township, was an entire failure-stip-great
liopo and purpose of every loyal posed to be occasioned by tlio int. I think
heart peace, reconciliation, and a resto- ,nero is nmc ,l,is,llle in at least, 1
ration of our once happy and powerful ot fully wliafiei tUl audi was the
.. , , Ul fact in every locuhty where tho potato
.tHJH jJtiniuviiue.i j niunv liJV Ut lUiV
breakers. In punishing the violators of
crop f iled. My observations were, that
the potato crop sustained littlo, if any,
law, we must act in pursuance of the law '"jury !y tol the presont season. Tho
otherwise the remedy may bo worse than' l?1"0" werf , not , 11,0 nJ
,, ,. . i , . I therefore could not havo rotted. Iho
the disease. e Lave therefore denoun- tmM quantity the ground did conUin
ceo "tuo rebels" wnuout .tislipction of j were unusually small in bizo,
rive. at t'.ie Mansion Home, where liecu
be consulted for a few days. Tlioh,
tor comes highly leccimnciided.iuiiltlm,
of our citizens who neeii iiiedioal n,
would do well to givu him a call,
Cairo. III., Juno ". A secession camp
nt F.lliott's Mill, in Kentucky, ten miles
distant liom tins ,, ace, lias i.ocr. ; ; t , f a t h ;
I... i,. r. ..rii,.i,,,.,.j i. .ii I I Mero liv den. I '
i;,i i 1 .. v wiii.uiiivj ' v
Fifteen dead bodies of the Confederate
tioons have boon found in a thicket near
their camp. A party had hid there ai.d
the Indiaiiians lired into the thicket to
Col. Wicklill'o protested ngairst the act
us an invasion of the noil of Kentucky, to
which Gen. Prent iss said in reply, that the
act had bent prompted by n K-ttor el lim
ing protection for Cue Union m-n there.
lie declared his intention also to send
troops wherever needed for the protection
uf loyal citi-tn?.
From the lt.lfvnl inetio
Tho Rights of Freemen-
A largo standing army having been call
ed into servicp, and the commencement
of a long and bloody war being, pe. haps,
near at hand, it is well that the people
should know their rights under, as well
as their duly to, the General Government.
Whilst we are sending forth our troops to
tight for tlio Union, let us watch with
.ealous care lest licit Constitutional Lib
erty, without which the Union were i.
llulu.H-SS Will. c, I..J.a, l ... .,., 1 ......
us and trampled under foot by the very
men to whom we tru.t that holy birth
right of our citizenship. Keep it befo-.-t'.u
peop'.o, therefore, 'hat the Const itu
i iuii oi the United States guarantees the
ONLY INFALLIBLE ItL.MCDinS KSOUX,
FVFliY FORM AND TECIES Of
flff'S'r irhtit thr V -'", 'Hid I'ttilrtm,
HI'.MtV H. C'OTAH. All the mnar
hnvo been troubli-d with Kuni'lioa inul Mice
irnsnctunlly iiilmincj of ilie hiine, f'r Unit:
, were cvurywhere, I urclutd a boiotjw
hAUTimniitiir ami trivil it, und ii. one Ktektl
as nul n lVu.nli ui Mu.-C lil,0 L,,ii.
Jon II. (iivsxn. No. Hi Kl.nitmi
HOf.SFKKUPKlt.S - troulili-d will. m
need be so nn lonirur' if they me "CostarV
tcrininntors. AVchareured it to our sati?tr
and if a box cokI J.i m no.iM ,nVe il. V
tried tioiaona, but they elfoeteil notbin::
Co.-tau's nrtii lo knocks the breutb out uf la
.Mice aud licj-lius, quicker than we can
1. Congifss shall make no law respect
ing an estaOlllinient ot religion or pio-ju U Is in Kreat demand ull over the ewmiij
iiiuuiiig me :iee exercise ini-rgoi, vr a- .i mua u.j Unseat,
hiiliin'i the freedom of tiieach, r.r of thevress; MORE CHAIN and ntnvisisna are deatr.
or the l ight of the people peacrably lo j "'"mully in tirimt county tijr Termlu. ihuoi
iv.si.in . e. .mil to Letitioii L'..nL?ie-s tor t. ri "' " tt luietl K.iwr.-i
.i i 1 1 . i , ' i . .. I IIKNKV It. t'OSTAR Your xterraiait
-. .v we., irjj..... i-u no.iiw. o-oig . . ri,fei j us0 J( uuJ ,,rulloullcej , ,cci(lc(
cossnry to Die security ol a lice State, the cc.s. We ufed a box of it. nnd the way thiti
right oi the peoplo to Keep und neai an'l .nice nroun.l our preiniat-j "raided NrJ
anus .-ball not be infringed. ' uigl.t was a caution lo fleepera. Since DoliL
Ii. No soldier shall ill time of ceuco I ur .Mouao aoa been heard in garret or trf
.... .. to.,l i.. nn,- ,. r.l, -I'iyx.or Iori.1 7on.
' ... ' . ' ..;.:'; - Z . . ..... i . 1 il-Wli 1IKEN fc'l-LLINli-Your EAnat
... ...v .ru, . .. . ".v. .,, iiu. uu,ur rrt,ie ,.lst af Mj v, fuunJ
in a in .nner presci iuc oy law. .,, c,,.ry time. j llBVe not knonu it tK
i. I he l iglit ot t lie people to ho securo i a -inirle instance."
in their peraous, houses, papers nndef-l ttao. Hime, ('arlinci,0.
foots, against unreasonable nearohoK and ! WE AltK SKLLINll-r-Your jireparatioaim
M'izures, shall not be violaterf : and no 1 1.,,!v' n"J l'"'r they bavi been uaeO,tu
warrants fhall isue, but upon probable ; ucrui.n u.faj.pe.r m,
cause supported uy oath or am. mat.oii, t;tBIl 4 gTOl .BR v , s. ViuitM W
till, I J l.l I I I "I Itll I - II1-3V I l.llll l tie .1.111TC I U Ul' I
searched, and the persons or things to be!
f. In all criminal prosecution the ac- . '..,'.,.
cu-ed vhall enjoy Iho li-ht or a speeKly -SoM L.r.J.rW,e-t,y
Ilia! by an impart i:.l inn or the Slate and ! All M'iioi.rfaie Iiiii-ouists in Inrre rihjes.
district wherein the dime shall hive been; All Hktail li!ru.,isTs-UHHr.M-Srni:MOi
eo. limit toil wliiili ili.liiei kl. ill I. no l.uti
Plevioulv aioertnined by 1 i.v : and to bo ! ",!- ,tc-.in a11 L'ountry Villaaarf Tow
inrormod of the naUivo mid cMuc of the,
accusation ; to be confronted with the w it- j Wholesale Agents in NeuToik citj
nesses against him ; to haic compulso-y I
process tor obtaining wi.ne-ses in his fa- Uh!l.fl-li ilrnr..f. r,tf.r,.l.ni.leKitck
t or, and to nave the assistance of counsel ; i:.A.rnlmMock.llutUoo.!liush. title Kobt.w
tor u is 'icience.
A. U. ll. S n mis A Co.
The Conrliiutiou of Pennsylvania aliq , VVbeolerA Hart.
tots forth in its Hill of Kinhts that.
1. All power is inheieut in the peoplo,
and all tree governments are founded on
their authority, and instituted for their
peace, safety and happiness ; lor the ad
vancement of thoiic ends they have, at all
un unahonnMc and tindcfcarnh'c
ight to altei, reform, or nbol'h theii
government, in uch ir.auuer us they may
KXPF.TF.I) ADVAN 'K F TH K FHl
K HAL Th't K)'S I N I KG I MA.
Washinoton, Jl-NE 7 lSl',1.
Six recimonts of infantry, two bntteri.
of artillery and one cauipuny ol ciaalry, ' times,
of (ionernl Mcl)owell's command in Vii-i lii,t '
ginia, aro under orders lo be ready toiimvin
inovcut a moment's warning, at a certain think propo'r.
forward 1 advance The print-prc n,mj he free to every
.,,., . , - , . ,, Ipeison who undertakes to exun.ine the
l.npl... i riKl'K' from 1,0 1No,'th proceedings ,.r the Legislature, or any
ave been here soiourn.ng during tlio last branch Pf Gove . i.ment, ,v,d ,, t.r shall -ten
days, in hourly uxpectaCoii ol the ccn-Lr he. made In restrain the. ro,hl thereof. The
tl ct in ngui.a, bu General f-cott lias fr,,,, ronimu.iicalion of O.oughts'ttnd o-
..i.u.iw, un ... nn i.urry inns lartograt- ,,iions is one of the inyiduiible rights of:
IV lhl.ll. 1'dai.n.iin ll.. !, I - . . . I
. i b I - l'"'"'ciii oi ii man ; and every citizen may freely speak.
tencoi tie between the federal force and ! write, and .,.i,.t am- M.l.Wt l.ei L ,c
lli'L-aumn it- t'o.
Hull, liuckel ,f' l'u.
'1'hi.i.iai ( Fuller,
1'. I). Oivis.
Ludley & Staflonl.
M. Ward. Clone t &
McKision A no11
V. H. Harneii k Co.
F. C. Welle Co.
Hull, UUon 1 1.
T. W. Pvcl. A Sunn. ;lt,.l.'l Hho.mlkM fl
Jl. A. Fubuestock A Co IFreuch, Uiihardi'
All lite Principal Cities and Tjwdi ,M
party or section ; and this wo imlljcontin
uo to do aa long as a "Free Treat," it tolr
erated in this our boasted land of liberty.
!jrWe havo failed to give our visual
amount of details from the ael of par
this wpok, owing to the want oi spaca, the
military prrade, and the aickneta pf otre
of our bands. Un to this wtitine. bowAv.
Iowa Lcgislature-amopg tke last of the.er, there has been no fighting, though the
From this it would appear the potato
from some cause did not produce, and
those produced did not grow to a full
size. It may havo been caused by the
drouth, or something peculiar in tho sea
on may have occasioned it ; or it may
have been au insect at the root or the top
. r .1 . . -1 - i. . I. .' .. - i ., ,
wt uie imuiu wu.uu injure, mo prOUUC
J. O. HAHTSWICX
crally, in Citt and Cocstbi.
I . ....:i.i j... .l- i . ..r.i . i-i ..
, . ... . m-lioiimiiii- ior inv aovse in inai nociiy. ii
llCSldes tte facts nientioiir.il n min nit .: r. .. . .... . r .
the regiments on the other udo of the, pors investigating the official conduct of i
mer have Wn rcinspecled And tho a.ck officers, or men in public capacity, or
andthefeble removed. 1 he transporta- wheic the matter published is neccessary 1
uon department has been thorughly or, for j-ublie information the truth thereof
canizcu. nnd trains nr I
missaryVagons and ambulal cVa aTrea, V ' Tl. l ,!'. ,. ''T . A4 by Daroaar., tJaocrn, and ......
Ift tnnvn i ""'' WI JU,J Mini ill 7f ll ,
T klfc.i.M ,- , r,, . right to determine the law and the facU,
r,JJ?u H h r wltlng ,0 seo tt flght w.ll under tho direction of tho court, in '
probably not wait many days longer. Tho other cases 1
Commander.!n-Chiof means notonly to 3. -fho richl of citizen. In l-inr.ru;-'
moyc i nn forces upon tho cnomy at on car, ( defence of themselves and the Kuto. shall tf HJoi av Dealbu can order as abw
ly elate, but to docido the fortunes of tho aD. .: i ,"
nwiw; Ti. l:;irf' U kl without the consent of the -to U de.irodarnd for Circular to
i can sia e on legislature ; und tht military thall at all time
ordination lo the civil power.
L--.1 I .
- ,-:o-- --"..iuh i iivi vuo.vi, iurs nas oeen no iicuunc, tnoutrn ine 1 n,om n. r i i. , ,nn,i i r , ,v..T i,- u t i w , ' h-jj ,,v reourai iroops aro mot
Uoa and tloinwd the crowtl. nf M. A nni Juno,! n.,.i,ri H,u. i. 1... ir. i iu- Cfc.b,alure me mtitary rhall u
. .:.. i . r , ?. . 1. V" '". ui". iiiii , tnstnrt mthurdinalie to -;..; .
. a exinwjo6eeri iota or potatoes. 1'resiaent nnd momliors of the Cabinet - - . " ....,..,. niTAll.
.V na no moan oliaveposRcss.onol both My- Tho Federal troops aro movinn p.. ,, fc, W
III llll-u rri tt-rxn. I'l I 1 . '. .. .. . . L
ell Ilia tt A'lcnolm Hotel. .'New in..,