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MONDAY MORNING, ,ftrim 29
077ZOILL PAPER Ol SBl ant
The news from tlui Busqueluinia is
atin`; and yet twthaps it Is fortunate that
the pusllaalmity of the umis of the eastern
mattes and of Philedelpida has encouraged
the rebels to come so far north that Lee can
not them in thns to assist him against
Hooter, who; we bay. every reason to be
news, build= in a bay. We are hopeful of a
highly satisfactory result of this great crisis
In the war.
WO fondly hops that tba man of Wastain
Pommylnnis will stake a belga , mord of
their manhood. WI think that a very satis
factory plan of organisation win bs arrived at
to•day. no may to avoid immeioa of t►ie sad
of the Sects is to es tor sae eha essay.
Work. on the Portilleattons..flusl.
nem Resumed, ate.
At the meetive of the liisontivo Committee
Judd on Saturday 'menthe, the reports of the
parties working on the dlficesat point. ware
received, u follower.
oa ariacaes Juzi A max mix.
Ora= & Tlaber-- IS Brown
Miami Drayer --. 14 Thm 8 Blair— 4
flooMarda and clerks itame,Graff a
from Fifth, Harker, Clark & so 6
Main 8 Torrence T
A Lippman 4 co-- 5
to and alerts
am Mutat, Libor
ty and dt2 attatts-.130
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11140ully_ 2 00., and
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Wow 404 clams.
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Colama sad Crawford 10
J Eillaads l9
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6 Bilmeroaa 4
1. Miter 14
Perdu B 70
Dogmata Depot 26
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Glasgow & 3
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Ilhe•to a 16
Junes ' 6
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Sus Paterson. t
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Sanintl Wes --. 1
Dahl Lowsts and two
Dlotion. Slowart 3 Oo 48
Spriushili Coal Works 18
Four Lorshozant.— 2
Minas Zut Iduerfg si
'Zug at Pa1mer......... it
Citizens of Heston.
Indiana and West
snap, Gadd a oo 100
Loots DaJolt a Co_. 2,5
cyan& thatfant & Co 120
Jas • aohau a c 0.... 00
Clark & 30
Flamm Walls Co— 14
esins. BaltrosuL.-- 17r
Froth-2, Nola: n a Co. 49
Hallman. Bohm a Co 225
O'Hara Gloms Works- 40
PaTeOD a Co. 6
Wm. McCully a Co.- 61
Iditchsll. Hama &Co 46
Om Bradley.-- 112
BR. ]meet 2 b:tgre 4
T Enna 55
Grey, Poled k Sets— 12
Duff College atartent• SO
Caton, neer= a Co 20
tawdard Ott 15
Glekwa, Stewart &Go 6
Agana and Guard.— DS
rgram& & 33
& & D H Chuabors.. 130
etwon, Preston so. 100
Porter & Dilworth.— 100
'Odra , Diackbarn..—. 35
1 . Defoe 12
&log & 45
Mo k 110
Glatt, UM:Ma & Co.. ISO
Jeans Latiablizia.... 800
Tircoara of Baldwin— 85
Bataan 8 Garrison.. 66
Bale wall Pr... 66
tl Koko" 61
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18 bones and carts X Warsaw and co.-. 33
Preetimmid foster- 92 Citizens. 14
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and 3 hones. dr Clan Curd 5....... 126
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La addition to the above, the
woe were Masked
Jelin Bemearsejek hone esi wet:-
Greg, AMISS*? lr 0(42 below saa Pifer
72ewissa, 6 bona! _
Raeleer; Thit the Mats of theßzeontive
Committseare tendered to those cost diggers
from flaw Mill Bun, whorolniteered to work
on the fortifications free of charge.
Mr. Chin stated that W. H. Brown gent 40
men for two days and then withdrew them;
bat 27 of those volunteered for the work. It
_That the thanks of the Commit
tee be ret urned to the 27 coal diggers from the
goal works of Mr. Wm. Brown, who continued
to work gratuitously after their employers
refused to psy them.
Mr. Balser then made the following report
of the Sinithlield street squad for Saturday,
Juno 271 h. man; for the week, 757 men.
3. Kilsaln, hone and wagon fi days.
A. M. Berlin, horse and wagon 5 days.
Money tailgated and paid over to the Com
mittal of Safety, $17,00. R. B. Batumi.
Mr. Balser announce the dissolution of the
Smithfield street squad, and gave as the rea
son, that the majority of the Smithfield
we men had f ailed . to turn out.
The committee of, twenty-one then present
ed the following report, which was unani
lb the Executive Coma:wee of Public Safety
Your committee of twenty-one members, to
whom was refined the question of a farther
suspension of the general indtuitrial interests
of the vicinity, respectfully report, That the
most cordial flasks of the - people of this com
munity are due and tendered to the manufao-
Wren, meohanies, merchants. and others of
our citizen., for the patriotic and voluntary
.eficort they have made in erecting the fortifi
eationsiround Busse cities and vicinity. That
the employees from the various mills, facto
ries, ahoy., and stores art entitled to the hear
ty petit:ado of their fellow-citizens, for their
persevering and successful labors upon these
works of defence—works that will oontribute
to the pride and boast of after-times, if, as
your committee believe, manfully and mucous
tally defended against every foe.
That whereas, said works of deem and
protection are so far completed that a farther
anspenelon of the general bnatness of this
community for their entire usafulnes is deem
ed unneonsary. Therein.,
Itewleed, Test it to recommended that bus
litall be resumed from end alter 5 o'clock p.
m., of this day.
gesolved, That the Sanative Committee be
requested to appoint a committee of five citi
zens whose:ditty it shall be to provide that
the necisesary number' of hands (to wit: 8,009
per day) be furnished on the requisition of
Major Geniral Brooks, for - the completion and
finishing said works.
Resolved, That it is earnestly hoped that
alt parties, firms or parsons who feel that they
have omitted or failed to perform or famish
their share of the labor and meani expended
on the emotion of these great works for the
defense of our firesides and homes, will make
known to the Committee of five, heretofore
referred to, their willingness and the extent
of their aid in money and forces ' for the com
pletion and arming said fortifintioas.
&soloed, That the Executive Committee be
requested to call upon our 011iZeits, if no other
means can be adopted, for the oombietiou of
these works. "They mast and shall be fin
On motion of Mr. McKnight, It wee resolv
ed that the committee of five, alluded to
above, have the power to appoint dlreetora to
superintend the different works.
The committee of five above alluded to was
then named by the chairman as follows :
Jesipit McKnight, Joseph Plummer, F. li.
Baton, Win. Thaw, James Marshall.
It was then resolved that the Committee
have power to increase their number to nine.
Thos. Batewell, Treasurer, then reported
' the subscription of money, via:
J. W. Long 3 days' time, $5,00. Long
On motion it was resolved that an Invite
tier' be extended to the merchants of Pitts
baigh and Allegheny to send 50 per cent. of
their force to the fortifications on Monday
morning, they having tendered tho tame.
34 T. Leech was added to the Committee on
Moved, tkat gut tools as are not In tire,
be returned to the Government stables oo
Third street, and the Committee on supplies
consisting of Joseph Plummer, John Flem
ing and A. T. Leech, Jr., bo notified of all
such tools returned.
It was stated that James I. Bennett would
ba sips office of Capt. Clew, cora.: of flor
id/1011We, and Pam street; from 7 to 9 a. in.,
Monday morning, to fans rations to all par
ties r•ported for work on the fortifications.
The G'eoratary was then desired to publish
the fast that J. A. Euerober had had s force
of from three -to ten hands working on tho
fortifications all the west, and had volunteer
ep the same for the ensuing week; also, that
the Arsenal Guards, Capt. Ewing, bad workod
from 50 to 20 men on the entrenchments for
the past three days..
An Appeal to Western Pennsylvania.
Pries& rusce Fellow- Minns :—Tbe armies
of the South, which have so long threatened
All invasion, have carried their Mamas Into
effect I Thst soil of Pennsylvania is polluted
by the presence of ruthless enemies and ma
rending guerrilla f The Capital of our Com
monwealth Is menaced by their advancing le
gions, If not actually invested by them.
Are we seem? In this emergency it well
becomes us to oonalder the means we pares
to repel an attack from the advancin gine,
and the probable:Gault of a sacceesfal inroad.
Let not oar manufacturers and capitalists
expect any array from the Southern army, if
It should math oar homesteads, flushed with
victory, and burning to destroy our factories
and workshops. Long and often have they
been urged to enter cur atty. plunder our
warehouses, destroy the gunboats, arms and
ammunition, rase to their foundations the es
tablishments engaged to their production, and
leave smoking ruins and mouldering walls to
tell to future generations the melancholy sto
ry—masa ones was Plttiburgh."
Nor let oar Industrious mechanics end
working-men "lay the flattering uneaten to
their souls" that the rich will be the only suf
ferers from the capture of the city—that the
bankers and brokers, by the contribution of a
few paltry millions, can ransom their homes
and Amides f Their Ala, enterprise end in
dustry are too well known to be let off on such
easy terms. Should the rebel forces seemed
in their attack, our coos happy community
will be swept with the bosom of desolation.
We trust, however, that a merciful Provi
de:toe will avert so dreadful a calamity ; but
this ein only be effected by our own exertions,
la placing our city and environs in a complete
state of Adam and by the angel union of
all elutes of the eetamunity In organising
themselves into military bodies. Various ar
rangements for this pnrpose are now present
ed for your consideration.
Toucan enter into the service of the United
States for six month*, under the late prate
, nation of the President and Governor. You
can join one of. the regiments now recruiting
for three years, and saute the bounty offered
bast °sesta you oan enter the Departmental
Corps, by which , you can pursue your usual
avocations when not required for the iounedt •
ate defence of your own homes and firesides;
alma as altars those in whom you have fait
oeithdesee, and on terms more favorable than
have ever both offered you, secure the protec
tion of the National Government, end a pro
vision for your families in case of your falling
in battle. Or lastly, you can join the But.
voliateas, under the last all of the Govern
or,when you would be mustered into the Stets
sevire for design
and on your arrival at
the pant detignated as randomize by the
Adjutant - General , would be supplied with
arms sad clothing and subsistence.
/a prelating.thite views, we disclaim all
idea of infineardng your choice. All we ask
la that no lather delay may occur. Let no
more time be lat—nor wait till the roar of
Bannon on our hills shall rouse you from your
lethargy what too lite to stare that protec
tion which earlier attention could easily hare
Signed by Colmittee on Organisation.
/axe!. I. Baser?,
Beer, P. Sextersza.,
In farthenoe of the above, public meetings
will be held In ail the wards and boroughs,
this (Monday) inning, for the purpose of or
/pawns LIMBO anephiss.
IeiSKIWOOD—Oa ths 26th lost, at Alexandria,
'Weis. of woods received at see battle of Can.
OA: SERNWOOD,ot the AM se.
gloat Pounsylactis Yammers.
_llllllll—the !Ada mac' t.
AMID 26th. at hi,
rentendente gsw l a kley ,Xr. AWN lit WM, Sr., In
thiletirPlar if bleat-
Seatakesmllol 6 l at his resitleeoe i Beeickley, on
_Naar, Jae110111;at /Volta R m. Carriages
.lei a 1i Walla; k the maid
Street astion. al.
11.1111*Of tett/alts l6 Prom to iheAlhaire.:
THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES
Spocisl Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette
WABHIIIOI . OI, June 27
Ind. GRAZ! ODEFIDUT
Wo aro snared that the utmost isollidenoW
with regard to the aepeot of military spars
exists on the part of Gen. Grant.
Comptroller hineniloch returned last night
from the east, having been as flues Boston, Ile
reports the disposition of the Yankees to bank
under the uniform currency act as favorable,
The Merchants' Bank of Boston, with four
million dollars capital, has already taken ini
tiative steps, and he believes that others will
follow their example. Mr. IsloOnlioch thinks
that in fire years but one system of banking
will exist in the United States, but ho does not
desire to hurry matters.
who has been so efficient in raising the First
Regiment of United States Colored Volun
teers, has been authorised to go to Norfolk
and Fortress Monroe, for the Tarpon of re
cruiting United States colored troops there.
He will open ofaces at Norfolk and Fortress
Monroe, and it Is hoped that at least two reg
iments will be raised there.
Henry A. Sol:metes has been appointed Pro
volt Marshal of this Distriet.
Capt. Smith, Co. B, Sth Illinois cavalry,
and Lient. J. W. Heffner, 00. I, 27th Infant
ry, have died from the effects of wounds re
ceived at Beverly Ford and Middleburg.
Lieut. Charles Schroder, O. I, 65th Ohio,
has been dismissed for drunkenness.
3lsjor Selfridge has bean relieved from the
Assistant Adjutant Generalship for General
The Vallandigham men presented a written
paper to the President to-day, being an at
tempted answer to the President's letter to
their Albany allies. The President's reply is
expeoted on Monday, when both will be
All of Western Virginia west of lianooolt
3 !winded in the new department under Gen
WEIZZIABIIrr3 OP THE IMBEL-AINT
I haTo jest 'returned from Frederick. The
rebel army are all believed , to be across the
Potomac]. Lee's headquarter' to-night are
sold to beet lisgerstown. A. P. Rill's divi
sion crossed the Potomao yesterday. The
indicatiens still are that they will wait to
give battle in Maryland rather than under
, take Gariotialy an invasion of Pennsylvania.
They continue Bending back forage and pro
visions collected by Ewan through Southern
TEIBCTI OF RESPECT TO ADMIRAL YOCTI
The Navy Department has issued the to
owleg general order :
NAST D11'4171131; June 27, 1863
A gallant and distinguished naval officer is
lost to the country. The hero of Port Henry
and Fort Domelaon; the daring sad indomita
ble. spirit that created and led to Iwamoto°
victories the Mississippi flotilla; the hereto
christian railer who, in the China seas and on
the coast of Africa, so well as in the great in
terior rivsrs of our own country, curtained,
with ca.faltericg fidelity and devotion, the
!loco: of our flag and the come of the Utrion,
Rear Admiral A. Hull Foote is no more. On
his way to the command of the South Atlantis
Blockading Squadron, a position to which ho
had been recently assigned, and In the duties
of which were combined the earnest energies
and vigorous movements of a mind of no or
dinary Jb.sraater, he was suddenly prostrated
by disease, and after a brief illness he breathed
his last at the Astor House, in New Yolk, on
the evening of the 27th inst. Among the no
ble and honored decd whose names have ad
ded lustre to our naval renown, and must ever
adorn our national annals, few stand more
prominent than that of the gallant and self
sacrificing ahriatian sailor and gentleman
whole loss we now deplore. Appreciating his'
virtues and Mementoes a grateful country had
honored him, while living, with its willing
honors, and will mourn his death, and there
fore, as a mark of respoot, it is ordered that
the flags of the several navy yards, naval Its-
Clone, and on the flagships of squadrons, be
hoisted at half-mast, and that fourteen minute
guns be fired at meridian on the day after the
racotpt of this order,
Beeretary of the Nevy.
OIL 500151 RILIRPED OP PHI 0011KA5D 07
781 AOKI OP POI POTOKAO AID 0511. IMAMS
There has been a °hangs in the commander
of the Arm of the Potomac. Gen. Hooker
asked to be relieved and the request was
granted. Gan. Meade has been assigned to
There are various accounts In ciroulation
to the Dimino for the ohange.
moVimswrii 07 TRI 71111111 II MAITLAND
The rebels captured a train of one hundred
and forty wagons near Rockville, Md., to-day,
and at Mat Iwo:mots were moving toward. the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, to interrupt the
communloatiori between the capital and the
north. Another toroe la reported moving on
ilevre de Grace, with a view of breaking the
TROY 110111101 D
The Richmond Enquirer contains a general
order from the rebel Adjutant General, di
recting the seizare of all iron in the Confed
eracy, for use in repairing the railroads and
at the arms faatoriee.
A levy, en moue, of all the arnipbearing
citizens of Virginia, by tho rebel authentic',
in oortaln counties in Virginia, Us been or-
Tho Riobutoad Enquirer prophesied that
the last two week' of June would bathe most
momentous of the war. Only a little ahead
TEI ViLLLNDIGRAM COMMITTIII
The Vallandlgham Committee h #lll here,
aid is very unaory to get home, and is, then.
fore, very anzloths to hate their little busi
ness attended to.
Tho Treason has gold enough on hand for
he paymeni of the July Interest.
OM MILSOT TO 1111 00IIRT-MAITIALID
It is rumored that Gan. Milroy is to be
oourt•marUalod. Judge Advocate (In. Welt
to now making up the ease.
WASDINGTOD, JUDO 38.--Mej. Dlz tel
egraphs as fellows :
FOITIURI MONROE, :JUDD 23.-001. Spear,
of tho 11th Pennsylvania cavalry, whom I
cent out two days ego, completely destroyed
the bridge of the Virginia Central railroad,
over the South Anna captured Gen. W. F.
Lee, Lieut. Col. lisrsable, four Captains, five
Lieutenants and one hundred privates, and
brought them in.
Re has also brought in thirty-Eve wagons,
with six mules each, and one hundred and
fifty mules in addition, and from seventy-five
to one hi:Lady:id holism. He took $15,000 in
confederate bonds just Dined from an agent
of the suthorities of Richmond. Col. Spear's
loss was three killed and wounded.
The. Army of the Potomac Raving.
lizornosmin Ater 07 rairovonoo, Jane
27.—The Army of the - Potomao to in motion,
and will soon be to to the front and north of
Bantams. The heavy rains have made the
roads so bad that the movements are swum
Carlisle and Gettysburg in
Possession of the Rebels.
APPORTIONMENT OF THE MILITIA•
The People of Harrisburg Aroined.
&a ; IN, 1-e.
iIA/1111017800 Jane 27.--Cerlisle wets occu
pied .t about ten &aloes this morning by the
rebels. At twelve o'clock they were three
miles this side and still advancing. Our cav
alry force Is gradually retreating. The enemy
have a line of pickets extending from Carlisle
to Gettysburg. They are moving in this di
rection in three columns.
The authorities were in telegraphic commu
nication with Hanover Junction at noon, but
the appearance of the enemy's column is
hourly looked for.
Wh a t hie remained of the government ar
chives are now being poked up for shipment.
The Susquehanna is rapidly riling, and all
the fords will be destroyed.
Gen. Smith, commanding the troops on the
opposite aide of the river, considers his post
There Is not as much excitement here now
as there was when the rebels Arat entered Ha-
preform. The greatest -fear la that Ito rail
road and other bridges across the river will
be destroyed. •The authorities expect the
bridges on the Horthern Central Railroad, in
the neighborhood of York and Hanover Junc
tion, will be destrpyed today, cutting off all
communication with Baltimore.
HEADQUARTERS PRIIIISTLYANU MILITIA,
HARRISBURG, June 26. '
GRNERAL ORDSS No. 46.—1 n organising the
troops responding to the Pronlamation of the
Governor, just lusted, calling for 60,000 men
for the defense of the State, to be mastered
into the service o the United States for ninety
days unless sooner discharged, it le ordered:
lit. OSMDI of rendesvone will be Oistsbliah
oci by the Untied States Government fer di"
triots comprising the adjacent counties, at
such points as may be indicated by the com
mandant' of the Department of the Susque
hanna and the Department of the Mononga
hela, in charge of which cemp-oommandere
end skillful surgeons will be appointed.
24. Squade to companies will be received at
the orreps, and as rapidly at possible orgen
ised into companies of notion Main misty-four
men and into regiments of ten- oompaales
each, and mastered into the service of the
State by officer' appointed by the Adjutant
General for this purpose. •
3d. Officers will be elected—company offi
cers by the men and field attire by the com
pany er line °Seers.
4th. Transportation to the damp of rendez
vons nearest their location will be furnished
by the United States GoSernment, on applica
tion of any one actually having charge of a
squad or company, to the agent at the nearest
sth. Troops responding to the call of the
Governor will be clothed, subsisted, equipped
and supplied by the General Government, af
ter arriving at their rendeevone.
6th. Annexed is the quota required from
each county in the present nil, after meet
ing those counties *bah had already respond
ed under the recent order, with the number of
troops furnished and adman, mastered into
Adams, 469; Aesighany, 3,600; Armstrong,
720; Beaver ; 600; Bedford, 640; Berke, 1,738;
Blair, 550; Bradlord, 866; Backs, 1,147; But
ler, 640; Cambria, 688; Cameron, 70; carbon,
426; Coaster, 881; Centre, 5403 Clarion, 620;
Clinton, 286; Clearfield, '365; Columbia, 321 ;
Crawford, 980; Cumberland, 587; Dauphin,
744; Delaware, 2ss; Erie, 1,600; Elk, 115;
Payette, 800% ktantltn; 840; Peron, 180;
Forest, 120; Ilreeue, 480; Huntingdon, 502;
Ladino*, 076; Jederocu,44ll4.J.unista, 297;
Lsecaster, 2,154; Lervielfer 460 ; •Lebanon,
614; Lehigh, 907; Lusa*, 1,44 7 ; Ly coming,
623; Merrier, 746; MoHears.lBo; lilfain, 330 ;
Monroe,34o; Montgomery, 1,201; •blontaar,
• 175; orthampton 911; Northumberland,
472; Pony, 460; 1:M1,141,10as, 7,718; Pike,
150; Potter, 240; Schullktli, 1,312; Snyder,
232; Somerset. MO; ratillivan, 80; Susque
hanna, 655 ; Ties., 554 Onion, 90;
580; Werren, 380; Washington, 950;
640; Westmoreland, 1,080; Wyoming, MT;
By order of A. G. CusTur„.
Governor and CeMilhander-lit-Chlef.
A. L. ItonactL, Adr6Herel Pence..
[Country newspaperriars requested to issue,
an extra, for free distill:ration an the ooitntry,
on their receiving G Oral Itustenrs order
calling out the
Michriyht.—The rebel occupied York at five'
o'clock this evening. $o resistant 4 was made.
by our troops. The regiments of Cols. Thom-.
as and Frick, are kn,oWn to be' safe. York is
'ten miles from Columbia.
At three o'clock thbiaftornoon, a skirmish !', took place at Sterritti Gap, 11 mites from
where the Yennsylvanti Railroad Grosses the
Sasqiettanna river. itahad v foir. win killed;
The people from ell i psis of the State are
promptly responding lo the Governor's pro's
lamation of yesterday.:.•
Tho exsitement is mat intense. The streets
are crowded with oitiains and strangers, who'
IT. turning out by thoisands to defend - the
The greatest harmony and good haling pre.
Tails, each one endeavoring to do he Gan:
to assist in redact:dna his State and the oonn-
Adjotant-General .Bossed need an order
this afternoon that alms !should lie given to
all cuisine on appileation to the . arsenal.!
When it beoame knawn, the result was that'
et least three thoorind persons made spirit
(ration, most of whom curled' away a 'gun.'
Most of the men who had arms were formed
into companies and marched across the river,
LATlO..—lnformation he beenreadvod here
that the rebel force white was at 8 tarrett's
Gap at three o'clock this afternoon, has ar
rived in front of Duncan= at the Junotion
of the Juniata and Susquehanna rine. In
that event the Panntylvania Central railroad
wilt bocce. ' , '
Riltalleinal, Jab 28.—The Oily fri-day has
boon oomparativey'd quiet, considering the
near approximati 'of the smeary. The
banks of the die '• but lineffiwillitne,
women and ch il dren- curly exPeetingile sp.
croon of the teensy. - Time trains deputing
from here to-day pan been crowded with
parlous fleeing from the city.
York has been 'oemplad, and a portion of
the bridges on the Northern Central Railroad,
this side of that pen, have been barbed.
• When our troop fall ban from Carlisli,
they left lune benne equipments for one
company of cavalry, one regiment of infantry
and twenty thorned rations, wbloh have
fallen into the hands of the enemy. There is
a repave that the barracks have been burned,
but has slot been confirmed.
The report of the capture of York lutnight
was rather premature. In the afternoon the
Chief Burgles of the city, in company with
some prominent citizens, hearing that the
rebels wore coming, started out to meet them
to aturender needy. They had to go seven
miles before they met the advance. In the
Meantime, the operator believing that the
Chief Burgess had bees eaPiAlred, telegraphed
that the rebels were coming into the town,
and than left.
A fight took place late this elernoon at
Wrightsville, oppult• Columbia. The troops
which were giudiag the Northern Central.
railroad, retreated to Columbia bridge on the
approach of the enemy, and all crossed-to this
side of the river neat CoL Prick's regiment,
who nmaineMst Wrightsville to guard the
The rebelegtecked him in heavy fora, and
in order to sale his men, was forced to eons
tonum: This negnifloont bridge was
the bend top revent the rebels item reach
ing this side of deriver.
The Governor l a g ' , ntenti that
sit an are at Bitter 12 miles above Colum:
bia, with a 110Itotin dais inflielently lug* to
oonstruot a Midge.
The rebelewhelt draft our men from Bier- .
rift's Gap yistardaP, and then taoiedtowards
DoOOADOol4;have returned to the esp. No
demonstration has been Inns on the - Inn:
0 1,,,,,u, Rgusead 1 . 41 that directionteHatili,
se far aa kuston'T -, •-- - . ''. -- - ' ' ::‘. T_
_llar.teett oirpointorl by
Gomel Conlis 0 1 44.1 1 . 4 . 1191 4 la Shb 40'
partawmt, Capt. Brishbr having been ordered
to his regiment.
Troops under the now . = ors szpidly cr.
riving. Two companies •of colored troops
composed or citizens of the place, were armed
to day and sent across the river.
Col. Jatning's regiment, which had the
skirmish at Gettyeburg, arrived here to-day.
He lost abont three hundred men in prisoners
and stragglers. The slicers were sent to
Richmond, and the , men paroled. Some of
them have arrived.
ihmanino, Jane 28—P. M.—The capital
of the State is in danger. The enemy is
within four miles of our works, and advanc
ing. The cannonading has been distinetty
heard for two or three hears. Oar troops are
all in position, awaiting the &tut= The au
thorities feel confident of their ability to :o
pulse the assailants. A baths will probably
take place before night. _
The Pennsylvania Railroad to so fat safe.
KLIRI6III7IB, June 28.—The rebels now oc
cupy Wrightsville, on the Susquehanna, Im
mediately opposite Columbia. Our troops
have rotund to the eastern bank of the river.
The bridge woes the river at this point Is a
mile and a quarter long, and will probably be
AfidnigAi—The artillery firing heard to
day was a skirmish between the enemy's ad
vance and oar outposts. No damage is flown
to have ble done on either side. It conned
about live les from here. Oar troops then
fell back, a up to the present time the rebel
advance in our miles from here. The att
thorites expect an attack to-morrow.
The Governor has received notice of 25,000
men who ha l ve enlisted under the last call.
MOCONNI4BBIIIIG, Pa., Jane 2l.—The reb
els evacuated this place at 9 o'clock yesterday
Oa Thursday evening their pickets were
driven in by a detachment of the Ist N. Y.
cavalry, under Maj. Adams, causing quite an
alarm among them, and the cause of their re
treat is supposed to be the fear . of a flank
movement on the part of Milroy, an opera
tion for which the country offers great faelli-
The rebels were about lira thousand strong
under command of Gan. Stuart. They re
treated to the direction of Chambersburg, and
will to-day reinforce ' , their 'forms that are
A destructive raid was made through the
. . .
lower part of the county, yesterday, by a
body of Imboden's men. They paid no re
spect to any kind of property whatever, and
what they could not carry away, they de
stroyed. Thee. bands of plunders' are more
to be feared along the borders than the regular
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Oasstia.
PHIL&DELPHIA, Jane 29, 1863.
Thero is groat preparation, here for the do
fer.so of the atty. At 19 p.m. the excitement
was intense. Gen. Dana is in constant commu
nication with the Mayor. Hoa. John W.
Forney has been - appointod as Volunteer A.
D. o.,With the rank of Limit. Colonel on the
staff of the Major General commanding this
department. The adjoining counties have
commenced organising. Martial law will tut
daubtedly be declared to-morrow. The May
, or has issued a proclamation calling on the
°Wiens to aloe their stores and organise for
Gen. Dana, who has command of the de
fames or this city, will commence building
fortifications to-morrow, and place guards
over the railroads and bridges about Phila
delphia. His request to close the plaess of
business will be complied with by many, and
to-morrow will be a stirring time here.
The Mayor summened - the Superintendents
of the Pollee districts to-day, and instructed
them to obtain the signatures of all citizens
willing to for home and State defense.
The Superintendents will report at once, and
those willing to serve will be unuttered in.
There is great esoitement over toWn, and
people are begtnaing to realise the impending
Seizure - of the Revenue Carter Caleb
Cusliku2 by Hebele•-iier Re
eAdpeate, btc. • .
POITLAND, Ma, Jane 27.—The revenue
cutter Caleb Cashing was run away with last
night *ore Lieut. tieramen, who was sent
there tJ take charge of her, had arrived. He
Immediately starter in one of the steamers
tent in permat of.the Cushing. The steamers
are now engaging her, she easing bred six
shots at the steamers Chesapeake and Forrest
City. -The engsgement is . still going on, as
the itsai cat be distinctly heard to the oily.:
Later-2 fee/rick p. explosion has
jam. taken place. ann clouds of smoke are seen
Wait /had - the' spot wham the maw was
during the but the vessel has disappear
ed, and it is thought that she has been blown
G /Moak p. m.—Capt. John J. Lisoomb, ca
tits steamer Forrest City, says Wavelet:l came
within gannet of the Ualeb Cushing half en
hour before the Chesapeake got along.
Tee Cashing fined as ..the forest Ulty efn
times without showing any flag lobsters:.
The Forrest City then laid too, waiting for
the Chesapeake to come up. 'When the Uhes-I
&peaks mined, and after a consultation, it
was agrsekto-board the Cashing.
The Classuake then took the lead in this,
being a propellor, ant also being promoted by
The rebel perceiving the intentions of the
. Chesapeake and Forest City beams frightened
and abandoned the Cashing la two boats and
sent off in a third boat the regular mew of the
Cushing, who they had placed in irons. This
last boat was Voted up by the Chesapeake.
The other boats, with the **bill on ward,
steered for Hartwell Shore, and were punned
and nicked up by the Bonet City. The rebels
proved to be twenty-two in number. .-
The Forest City also picked up a small boat
'containing a Mr. Bibber who had bten sent
adrift , from the . Caleb Oushink. lie with his
partner were captured yestetday by .the reb
els while in a small fishing boat. He inform
ed Cipt. Limon that he was captured by the
schooner Archer, of Southport, which was in
the possession of a rebel crew from the pirate
Tawny. lie also says that the Archer came
in last night and anchored, intending to burn
the two new gunboats building , in kortland.
and cot out the revenue cutter Cushing and
the steamer Forrest City. This, they toned
themselves very mash troubled to do, but at
two o'olook this, morning they boarded the
Cashing quiet!), :and send the ,small por
tion ;of herdrew &bread, put them in inns,
and nide their, way . oat of the bor through
Hussey's Bound, thus eetrolding the fire of PM
torts} . After passing the fate, Capt. Lisoomb
learned the intention of the rebels, and brume
ulateiy. penned the Amber, Width was making
her nay to the eastward as rapidly as. the
light brass would permit. He captured her,
and found three rebels and Mr. Fibber's part
ner aboard.' He towed her up to the ally
where he , arrived at half past four o'clock
this 'afternoon, landing the rebel prisoners at
The Bennet City, as well as the Chesapeake,
was receivedwith the greatest enthusiasm by
ontnitiasni. The former Tenet, was armed
with two rifled 12-piuidere, and had on
board thirty tooopi from Fort Fable, and oni
hundred armed aiding. From the report of
Mr.lllibber, Capt. Liscomb thinks that then
are three or more saunas with rebel crews
on board, on our coast, destroying our fisher
LIA. Bead, commander of the rebel crew,
is reported to have said that he was well ac
unstated with this harbor, and knew where to
put his hands on everything. lie intended if
the wind had been fair, to Mon aU the ship,
ping in port, and to seise the. Barnet City
and anise along the mast, burning and de
streylog all the vessels that came in his path;
His log book stated that be bunt the Ta
oony, of which be was the commander, dad-
log that the nude of the Bosierel Govern
ment were after him. •
Bllipelliioll of Beanelo at:Norris.
Koasursowa, Jane 28.—At a meting of the
leading martateetarers of this place
It was , resolved that - all the works stop
and remain (dosed 1011 g 111.117 Of this Sabel
forme main In oar Mats, and at a ,town
meeting hold this altenvooni,a committee was
appointed to raise Maley to pay yaps to - all
who bare _their eveloyment, at bag as they
muds alriy, ominobooo,wasithia'an the
Aye headre4 tan haw hir Itartisharg In
• idsigraflr Is
tsslsituosq of Asnovit
FROM GEN. BANKS' ARMY.
THE ATTACK OR PORT HUDSON
THE UNION FORCES REPULSED.
Federal Loss Over 70Q.
AIWTHER ATTACK ANTICIPATED.
&v., zte., tEe
Nair You, June 27.—The Moir
Orleans correspondent says a mond assault
upon Port Hudson was made on the 14th inst.
by the 17nlen -6 troops, and again disutrously
The loos of field officers was vary large,
ifituounting to no less than five Colonels.
Our troops, though repulsed; fought bravely.
It seems evident that Gen. Banks has not
force enough to secomplieh what he so dar
ingly attempts, and it is to be hoped that he
will be speedily reinforced from some quarter.
At was expeoted that another usault would
be made on the 19th.
Col. Dadley volunteered, and was to lead a
forlorn hope or storming column of four thou
land volunteers, all picked men. The remit
of OIL attack remains to be known.
The loss in the repulse of the 14th 11 stated
at 700 killed and wounded. Among the killed
are Col. Holcomb, of the let Louisiana white
regiment; Col. Bryant, of the 176th N. Y.;
Capt. Hurlbut, of the let N. Y.; and Lieut.
Hutchinson, of the 75th N. Y. Among the
wounded are Gen. Paine, in leg, lovers; Col.
Smith, of the 114th N. Y., mortally; Col.
Carry, 1234 N. Y., severely, both arms; Lieut.
Col. Babcock, 75th N. Y., leg, eight; Capt.
Bavery, 75th N. Y., arm, nightly; Lieut.
Thurber, 75th N. Y., knee, slightly; Lieut.
Otookee, 75th N. Y., slightly. These were
but a few of the injured, the authorities re-
fusing to give any list of the killed and
Wounded. The enemy'sloss is not one-fourth
of ours. It is thought that Gen. Pain's leg
will not have to be amputated. _
Col. Curry says that Port Hudson is one of
the strongest places in the world. He de
scribes the works as follows : First, an
abattis 'dialled trees for at least one hundred
yards; then a ditch 40 feet wide, with four to
six feet of water in it; then a glade twenty
feet high, sloping gradually to the parapet,
on which is a protection for sharpshooters.
Behind thh, say one hundred yards, is
another line of works, on which heavy field
artillory ale mounted.
The correspondent of the Herald does not
think that it will be taken except by starving
out the garrison.
One hundrid and fifty of the Metropolitan
cavalry have been captured by the enemy twe
miles from Gen. Bank's' headquarters, with;
out firing a gun or a sabre drawn.
The steamers Anglo American and Bybee
were captured by guerrillas at Plaquenitn,
and the crews taken prisoners and Hut boats
That. Is no doubt that Magruder is in the
Allahfis country, With 15,000 or 20,000 men,
destroying all the property we did not move.
He is alto fortifying at Franklin, to defend
that country should Port Hudson fill.
THE ENEMY OPPOSITE ILIKILISBURO
A FIGHT IMMINENT
Attempting to Cross at Bridgepor
Our Forces Drivenacross the
Susquehanna at Columbia.
The following dispatah was received by
Gen. Howls but wrentng :
ILizazaavio, June 28, 1863
Our forms have been driven amen thorium
at Columbia. The enemy it making an effort
to erode at Bridgeport. He Min large toms op-
Podia this Mtn and if he attacks at all, no
doubt it will be to-night or in the - Morning.
Us Will bo resisted.
[Hrldstport la six miles below Hanish:mg.]
Iliseoult Suite Convention.
Jammu' Cirr, him, :use 27.—A motion
by Mr. lienderson. to reconsider the vote of
proud', by which it was agreed to submit
the ordinance of emancipation to the people,
passed: 65 to 21.
The question then , recurring on adopting
the report of the committee, Mr. Drake moved
to amend by substituting 1666 u the date of
emancipation, Ittihad of 1816: •
Goy, Gamble moved - to amend by striking
out the second station of the' ordinance; sub
stituting the following: Slavery shall ease
to exist in-Missend on the 4th of July, 1876,
all slaves emancipated by this ordinance
shaltremain ender the control aid be subjeoc
to the authority of their owners, is servants,.
daring the following periods: all those over
forty years of age, during their lives ; those
eider twelve, until they arrive at twenty,.
'three; thole of mil other ages until the 4th of
Mr. Drake than moved to amend his amend
melt by the adoption - of Gamble's, but still
adhering to '66 instead of '76 u the date of
emancipation, to which Ganikkraieurited.
Mr. Henderson moved to 'olW:out of Mr.
Drake's amendmeit '66 aria lie, which
was earried—ayes 51, nays
• The amendments were ordered toile print
From Pon Hodson
New You, June 28.—We - are Indebted to
the New York Herold for 'dikes front Port
Badmen to the 20th. •
Elen, Banks on the 15th hsned, a migrate,'
latory address to his troops on their steady
advance, stating that he was confident of an
immediate and triumphant bane of the eon.
‘f We are at all points upon the threshold of
hiegortifications. One more &drone', and
they are ems."
Re then summoned the organisation of a
storming calwan of 1,000 men, to vindicate
the flag of the Union and the memory of its
&tendon who hare falln, promising promo
tion to acme, and medals to °Moors and pri
A letter of the 20th reports no =tidal
change in the position of ears.
There are nightly akinahhes, withcnt defi
0 was rumored, and generally believed;
that an sultan war to take place on the night
of soak, to be led by Elea. Orlirson and
001. Van Patton, of the 116th New Tarr,
the awaiting patty to be supported by Oen.
Waltzers *la brigade And that of colonel
• The rebels, by all acoo s 4ts, are represented
to be ut r a most. miserable condition foit lomat
Late from IttehmanC—Bereside:lte.
peteed—The Foree-at etteentead::
WASIIIMCITOW, June 'M.:— The Riolila/
Dispatch of tke 2U says it 41touibt
oily that Itioksburg must fail, without the ia
terpositioa of a miracle.'
The Dispatch has a report of .• battiest Dig
Creek esp„ : Best Tennessee, ou Nriday, last,
between On.. Dueltaar mid %ballade:lW under
Goa. Berusidepik which the Federal* •, were
repulsed Melee with heavy loss, Bennis,
tium:aommaseed &Sulk movement, and Bunk
tier-fell 'beak to Vinton, to eaves Snoi►tile.
It is asserted here that Richmond Li held by
not more than four thousand men. ,
Oarso, .71soo 37.—A wasbet,of Gee.. Ls.
bo staff, treat Oolasibes; reports Osioral
Pries, with COSS sbeis,m viehalti.of hind
No. 37. It is said ho,,l3lprowhisptifts to
ososs the Iliu4eippyit his object loan to pe
ewits with the rebel foieela the vicieriti of
Ascitlisr - tipertisys he' will co-
Sopy7ileadltio..33, aid liters:opt the nevisst•
Nos. 'Ositt: Voniook, of posy, is on tie
slettikad will Wasp Poise.
The latest dotes kw. Vialtsbin eri to he
steals; of shallot. Tie isettosedum of the
30th and flit, reported yestordsh L tearlit•
irrelli the bouth-west....empisis of
3,000 Rebels, Re.
LorraTnam; Jam: 28.—To.day's Neatrville
Maar rep:hi that one division of the ?Metal
army captured three thousand rebels on Bat
nrday, when going through Hoover's Gap.
No further Rardemlare.
The 17th Indiana regiment of mounted in
fantry being, surrounded by four regiments of
rebel infantry, cut their way through, taking
• number of prim:nue. Col. M
a urer,, of Neg.
ley's division is reported ben
wounded in the eye.
A special to the Loa's:rine Jeer:o4 frois
Manchester, says: Wilder's mounted in
fantry dashed into Mearhester, and captured
a large party of rebels, including Capt. An
derson,-of the Lt Hentsoky earthy. Wil
der's scouts .ciptured, yesterday, a courier
from Morgan and Wheeler, it Is remora,
with important dispatches.
Bragg reviewed the troops at Hoover's Gap
on the morning of the battia: Wilder's force
burned the trestle work, yesterday, on the
Manchester and Tallahome road. •
The Chattanooga Asbal, of the teth, rays
that firing continues with increased rapidity .
Organizing tor Sate Defense.
01.100/11.71, Jane 28 --Chicano! Tod in re
sponse to an argent letter from Gen.
hai made a strong appeal to the peopple of
Ohl* to °manna* for %bedsits's of the Me&
lie recommends all phone of bissiness to be
olosedst 3 o'clock in the afternoon and the
rest of the day denoted to raising voltam&
The various independent military companies
in this city are rapidly complettng their In
put:talons under the aUltia law.
Desperate Charge at Port nudism—
The Attacking Party Nearly All
Rut 'LOW, June 2L—A letter from New
Orleans of the 18tti.to the Tribes' says!
Yesterday Gen. Banks issued en Grua 'few
one thousand volunteers, to make a deal
charge on the enemy's work,. The dth and
isctonsin regiments volunteered, and
were repulsed. Thry lure afterwards taken
prisonus74lll; or nearly all.
The Indiana atate'Debt•
laatusiarocta, June 28.—Menn. Window,
Lander & Co., have concluded an arrange
meat with Governor Morton for the payment
of the July Interest on the Indiana State debt,
and fonds have been placed robjeot to the ors
der of the Agent of the BMW, for that purpom,
Mall Dbpstchee to the Pitiably& (bootie.
WASRUGTOX, Jlllllll 26, 1863
Military movements sow indicate the pos
sibility of a collision between Glens. Lie - and
Hooker in Maryland. Military men doubt
whether with Hooker following *sally La his
rear, Lee will dare to 'advanoe Into Pennsyl
vania, before giving . Booker battle. Should
he do wit will be regarded as lemur& the
better for as. But the probabllitlis seem to
be that after baying advanced near the Penn
sylvania border; he will minium, seeking to
draw. Hooker into an unfavorable position,
and that in the and a desperate battle will be
fought somewhere in central or. western Ma.
ryland, probably not far from the old told at
Antietam. Hooker is, of course, following
Lea rapidly, and beet opinions base to the
belief that a battle must some off within a
DZOIIIOI or vas 111101ITAST or Tall ISTITIOS
IN Missal) TO , pumas.
In opposition to the opinion of the Attai
ns, General, and the prestioe of the Penidoir
°Moe under previous laws leas liberal in their
provisions, the Secretary of the Interior has
Mudded that to entitle the widows of those who
have died of wounds or disease bowed in
the Navy service to receive pensions under
the act of J 14,11863, it is not stouter, that
the deceased should, have died while actually
in the serrloo,but only that the cause 4:diktat'
should have originated at that time.
Coal, Illuminating oil made from passible
and boned', which are the prodiott of distaD. _
baton of coal or other bituminous substation
oenumerated in region 7d,. stitisot s ditty
f ten coats per gallon.
Binizoup, as a product of dl tlffntlon, is
subjecit to a duty of three per "iseatius'ad
lorem. , r.
All perfumery. and 0011MiT464,4111#
Schedule "0" - of.thi Eroble:LSW, itre't it t e l t t
to stamp dory, whither mantifitotured
without a private formula:. Vser , ailitalso
squally subject Sti stamp ditts mhasaold,*
irregular packages. ,korfamegg And waist ,
ios pat into and said In. botttu or Packages
furnished, by the purshasers ars sdoe,subjeca
Romon.—.The committee . for proanringalen
to work on the fortilimilono earamtly anima
all pononalo' roatinae tart o(their foram fir
to mpg* is tha good Work will pleats mince
at Jot. Plammer'o, - Ne.399 Wood stmt. ".
Porton saperiateMienti forilliegiOnn are
requestiat to„ otumar n
sratire roggse , , , l PLUMY'S,
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; Medi= Depirtuddit,Zosspldse
'it:Bkiider; Mho Mason, and Naimoli J. Bell;
Primirs Dapirtattat, Anzaadi
Eat' Midas, Mirprot Maw, Ades
Pattarsoili Josepl4avelzwiti. • ,
Char Bacon, hameg o llese ^_~eg u.
THE 01710SEtti : ABU MEN, of
BAT flirt vitt= their thanks to the
labdsteseeCkehmitte. tor toe geed eg retail/tem
them an Saturday .eviting. the. Intlitglib 2 4 . 1 .11
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craft ..111 receive Co. leanOnd - 01ollese;Isents , .
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may km tiro nacho as thair strlval la cum. •
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