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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
II ill. erase
D. W. GROSS & CO.,
WHOLESAL4I AND RETAIL
DRVOGISTS, PHYSIC IA NS, STORE-
KEEPERS AND _CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all much articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call, your atention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, OREMIOALS dc PAINTS,
011 s, varnishes and Glues,
Dye.&uffs, diags and Patty,
Avast Colors and Tools,
Pure Ground Splces,
Barntng Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine MA
Bottles, Ylals and Lamp Globe.,
Castile loop, Sponges and Corks,
&a., &G„ 441., &a , &a., &0., die
With a general variety of
PRIFIfIaRY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturere and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
li c i'
1:i i 4mAl5
We respectfully invite a call, feeling, confi
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
TEETH! TEE= I I
Jars AIM Wa Tr3l3 PORCELAIN TEETH,
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kind; direct from the Proprietors
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye 1
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
ea low as It can be purchased in the cities.
naYEWS NEDIOAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL OIL 1 CARBON OIL II
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer Inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
oils of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
their superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the inoreadog quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and tip
per:nes of their Cattle.
o ur long ex perionce in the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we can in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
bodiless, a careful selection of
at fidr vices, and the desire to please all, to
luluit a continuance of the favors of a disorim
A CONTROLLING ELEMENT OF NA
TIONALITY Is the syetem or education in a coun.
try. "In proportion as the structure of a government
gives force to public opinion, that public opinion should
be enlighten ed ."—Waskineort's Ihrewell Address. To
this end the people in general should be educated into a
correct and familiar acquaintance with the nature and
principles of our kitverriment and civil Institutions.
"OUR GOVERNMRNT : An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country, An, • BANC.
..L FOR SCHOOLS, ACIADEHLES AND POPULAR USE,"
is a work which, with proper historical notices gives
the construction of the provisions of the Constitution of
the United States and or those of the several States, as
determined by judicial authority, or derived from Mann•
and writers, including some references to atiesitiptrati
co, coos to show the actual Markin Of, our
of Government. It la free from speoula.
live opinions, conservative In its tendency, and calculated
to cultivate the love of our country. It has been ned
to a considerable extent, in the EDUCATION OF YOUTH
gn di ff erent States, and is recommended by Jurists,
Atateamen and Presidenta, and Professors or Collages. —
P dice $lOO. Sold by • M. WEINNHY,
del Banishers, Pa.
44E unity of Government, which con
.JHstitutee you one people, la now dear to you."—
Washington's Farman -address. A nationality is essen
tial to the enduring prosperity of our country. True pa
triotism must arise from knowledge. It is only a proper
understanding of our civil institutions that can induce
strong and settled attachment to their principles, and
Impart ability fur their maintenance.
"OUR GOVERNMENT : An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country," contains the
text of the Constitution of the United States, and the Coo
stitutional provisions of the several States, with their
meaning and construction, as determined by iudicial
ehorM r and precedent and practice, or derived from
des. store; digested and arranged for popular can
Prise ti 0 1 1 tied by M. ,
del H rrlsburg, Pa.
1861. 30 OPENING 3D OPENING 1861.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Or KEINE DESCRIPTION.
The QUASI of the goods for the miee will be an Induce.
meet to every one to purchase.
The most desirable goods of the season at a great ma
LAWNS and LAVELLAE
are among the Us I
CATHCART & BROTBBR.
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
The largestlstookof the very bast make to be found
at CATHCART S,
' ext door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty.dve per cent lower than can be purchased
liewhere In the city.
BATHOS= & BROTHEL
• No. be, Market firyuare,
sued Next to the Banishers Beak.
JOHN B. SMITH'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STB.,
ALWAYS on hand a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, Mo., or the very beet
tuailtim for ladles, gentlemen, and ohlldretts , wear.—
Prices to suit the times. 4,11101d8 of WORE MADE TO
ORDER In the best style by superior workmen
IMPAIRING doneat Short notice.
ootlll.dtS JOHN If. SKIM, Harrisburg.
AQUANTITY of Bage , Checks and Ging -
hams tor sale by the doses% and piece, cheep for
Dean, at the DAUPHIN CHUM PIUSON. wyll-Sm
HAasasstrao May S. Wel.
HINTS ON THE EIdXSGENOIES
Field, Camp, and Hospital Praotioth
S. D. GROSS, M. D
P7r!!7M,7 , •-m-'71M7,7-"r!m"r7l7rWnr`til
For sale at BIIRONEWS 03311aF BOOKSTOM
JOHN WALLOWER, M I Agt.
GOODS AND MERMIA.NDDA promptly
forwarded by Philadelphia and Reading, Northern
Cbntral, Cumberland Valley mid Penney Muds Palinode
HAULING AND MATING to and from all parts of the
vier to the dlllerent MINN depots will be done at the
y lowest rates.
VANILLIN removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders An at &ant's European Hotel, or ot the store
of N. 8. Zollinger will receive prompt attention. Con
signments of freight respectfully solicited.
JOHN WALLOW= JR ding., ,
ap2 Me ReaAgtDepot.
1. 4 1
HE ATTENTION OF GENTLEURN
Ia solicited to our very large assortment of
sumnsaurrs aim Rumens of every else and qua thy.
Gem' Joovnr lim GLOIllk best article manufactu red.
All the different kinds of Wan= Gums.
Largest assortment of HOBtUT In the city.
COMA Sommumes, lla mks , Ready Hemmed
And everything in Gents' wear. at
Newt to the fterriaboto Rank.
F"mOne to Five Hundred DoHare
worth of CITE BONDS. inquire of
0. 0. ZIMMERMAN,
marl. No. =South&mood 'treat..
DB. T. J. MILER,
OFFERS his services to the citizens o
Harrisburg and Its vicinity. He solicits a share o
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his beet
endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction In his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist, be feels wain
Welting the public generally to call on blm, fissuring
hem that they will not be dissatisfied with his services,
Mee N 0.128 Market street, in the house formerly no
minee by Jacob H. Eby, near the United Elates Hotel ,
Harrisburg, 1.1,. 11178-Aly
NEW LOT OF •
LAMS' SHOPPING & TRAVELING BAG
Comprialug a number of new styles GENTS' and L
Money Purses and Wallets. Ban amorous
list/Valved and ibr sale at
• D* 6l /41t's amp K , amm*
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1861.
DH . J OHN SO
=V-t‘ grit ilk • C*11111:1
TSB discovered the most certain, speed)
II anfl effectual remedy in the world far
D 1 A5l OF IMPRUDBNOS.
REIM IN Oa TO TWRlefli MOM
Mo Mercury or Noxious prow.
gare,Ouns WARRANIVE4 OR so Cessna, In now Una to
Two 10. 1 1 1 .. ~ .ri.v. ,1 , ,1V111t I
Weakness 111 them . ~.. Lmbe, suiti.tp.,rin_ -.-m., 4
the Loins, A ff ections bf taw Kidneys and Bladder, Grgyrk
Nervous Debility, Decay of thank. *sit pis , i
ore, Dyspepsia, latoptor, tow Spirits, Confusion co due , 1
rail nation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling., Demme;'
of Sight or Giddiness, Dtesase of the Stomach, Alfeelkiar
of Ins Head, Throat,Sue or Hrin—tbose terrible disor
dart arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Rabbi o:
Youthwaora dihedral alai destructive practise, which
produce nonalituttonal d t :t a illty, render marriage hap*
Bible, and destroy both y and mind.
YOU l tel JUN. .
Young men es p eci a lly o have become the victimg 01
solitary Vico, that dread' I and destructive habit Traub
annually sweeps to anis Wisely grave thoesands al
young men of thou:met a ted talent and brilliant intel
lect, who might other i have entranced listening
Senates with the aunt' • elsonence, er waked to co
may the living lyre, ma; ' h full confidence.
Married r marriage, be
ing aware of imediately coh.
snit ths J.
d.; '6lithe le,
doors from the
tiod , Or Dr. Jol
of the dnitod dt
has been spent
delptda and elie
with ringing In r
with freqeent bt
men' or nand wr
selves b,i- . ea..
and solitary bats
fitting them ibr ei
The., Ire same
ducea by early ti
Back and Limbs,
GM of Muscatel
aturrama, tho •
be dreaded :—Loss .
.pression of Spirit; M\
ty,the Self-distrust, Love 01 /ow, are some
of evil effects.
Thousands of persona of all ages, can now judge what
is the came of their decline in health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have a
singular appearance about the eyes, cough, and symp
ms of consumption.
who have injured themselves by a certain practice, la•
delved In when alone—a habit frequently learned from
sell dompanions, or at school, the effects of which are
bights" felt, even when &sleet, and if not cored, render.
marriage Impossible, and dearoys both mind and body,
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young fun, the hopes of fits men.
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched from
all prospeas and enjoyments rl lift by the oensequences
of deviating from the pith of ;nature, and Indulging in a
certain secret habit. Su .5, piksons must, before contain ,
abed that a sound mind and y are the most necessary
requisites to promote con bial happiness. Indeed
i ll g th r out th is ee t tk e th p e r journ t eg o
v olt. l i r e e ns bto t T e es ! i t e m% y e
mind becomes shadowed wi deepair, and filled v arit w h' the
melaneboly reflection that happiness of another be
comes blighted with our o
DR. JOHNSON'S INVIGOR
NIO W iNG RDMEDYI FOR 011,
By this great and Lm t remedy, Weakness of the
Organs are speedily cured, d hill vigor restored.
Pherson& of the mat UR and debilitated who
bad lest all hope, have been mmediately relieved. All
Impediments to Marriage, P Ical or Mental Disqualift
SLUM, Nervous, Trembling, eaknesi or trAinsilon or
the most Dierfni kind, cured.
TO ST GSM.
The many thousands our at this Instlution within Ina
last twelve years, and the nulierous Important Surgical
I l an
operations performed by J., witnessed by the re
porters of the papers, and m y other persons, notices of
which have appeared again d again before the public,
besides Mr SOMIChne as e Of drercider and re
sportribifay, is a sufficient tee to the Meted.
Mira •mi OF IMPRIIDENCL—When the misguided
and Imprudent votary ofaleira fi nds he has Imbibed
theneeds of this painful It too often happens that
an iltdimed sense of shams or of discovery deters
him MOO applying to those grt u fr ka om education and re
spectability can alone befriend delaying tin the con.
atituttonal symptoms of this horri dieesse make their
appearance, affecting the htad, throat., nose, skin, am,
progressing on with frightfel rapidity, till death puts a
period to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to "Met
bourne from whence ao trareler returns . ' It is a mel
ancholy trot that thousands tall sidling to this terrible
Mame, owing to the unskilfahiess of ignorant premed
era, who, by the use of that deadlypw sas, mercury, rube
the oonatitiltion and make the restne of life miserable.
To Simaxasist—The Doctor's Diplomas bang in his
ease. • .
yfi-Letters mast contain a Many to tut on We reply.
tirltamedies sent by Mail.
Arlin. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
FOR BALE 1
4 BUILDING LOT, situate in West Har
risburg, froothlg on Broad street 20 feet, and run
ning back 181 feet, more or less, to aY9 foot alley, ad.
Joining on one side the property of Mr. Blumenstine.
For particulars enquire of FkIiLBEBICS BCRIFFBRA
8,1801. r's Bookstore.
SPICED SALMON 11
VMS AND VE4Y DELICATE. Put
up neatly in live pound MB.
je26. WM. DOCK, Jr., Wo.
EMPTY FLOUR: BARRELS.
100 LARGE NEW ) BRIGHT EMPTY
FLOUR BARRELS' to good condition for We
low by UO2Bl I WM. DOME, Jr , &Co.
LIME FOI SALE.
arUNDERSIGNF4 having embarked
ile Lunt BUSINiSS U repared nrnish ttt
very beat article at abort net:o4 sad a' the to watt prime
for mush. fte sena the lime bnint at Columbia and Mao
mthat burnt at home.
mrilt-am PETER BERNMSEL.
OUR UNION da CONSTITUTION
6491 JR. GOVERNMENT," by M. MAKIN
is a work contaktlng the nat Treat ea
red ProximalnbWiarAs,"a'ehogwingi g l vtng
the i 4°Pelatlongtruns"log°4 the"seTteerrals"
Staten to the Union and each other, and explaining ten&
rally theSystent of Government of the °wintry. Price
11 00. MO, and orient Intppnedi by _Wins
Agents Mr Comities and Stain wanted.
ME ENEMY' OP THE BATTLE LW THE
ACCOUNTS INON SOUTHERN . SOURCIS
We clip the following items from such sources
of secession information as axe contained in our
southern exchanges. Of this description ;
E i i i ii ,34o- 70g r t e - 04 P 4 4- 1 * - ". •
The confederate congrde having been inform
al by President Davis of the result of the
'second battle, unanimously adopted the follow
ing resolutions offered by Mr. Memminger :
Lam, That we : recognise the hand of the
Mast High God, theoKing of Kings, the Lind
Loxda, In the glorious victory with which he
hash crowned our army at ' , and that
the people of the confederate states be Invited;
by appropriate services on the ensuing Sabbath,
to oner up their united thankegiving andpntiae
for this mighty deliverance.
Resolved. That deeply deploring the necessity
which has 3vaahed the soil of our country with,
the blood of so many of her noblest eons, we
offer to their respective families and friends our
warmest. and most cordial Sympathy, assuring :
them that the sacrifices made will be cone:set-,
ed in tb.eleartkof our , people, and will thnte
enshrine the names of the gallant dead as the
01 44 1 4/ 10 ne of free Mid constitutional liberty.
Amoked, That, we approve, the prompt and
patriotic efforts of the mayor of the city of
iticlunceod to maire_provisione for the wounded;
and that a committeeof one member fromeach
state ba appointed to Cooperate in the plan.
The Ilictunong Ineg,of the 24th intsays
that the hattle_on Sunday opened' briknowing.
out:heavy artillery and smallfield pieces, at; &I
o'clock in the rooming. The iorce of the arm
ful' Wan never be asertained. Our fors was
twenty thousand. Men never, fought name
deeperately than ours. We have captured
eighteen pieces of artillery and taken some
threes four hundred prisoners.
The Oglethorpe Light Infantry of Oeorgia
were cat tnpieces, and Bailor's ;fun( regiment
of Osirgimui was nearly annihilated,
By the cars on the 28d Preeident Davis re
from the battle field. In response to
the calls from the immense crowd who had con
gregated together to greet hire ) he alluded to
the grand absorbing topic of the day. The ems
my, be said, with the taxes they had been im
posing upon us for twenty yam, brut fitted out
an army on a magnificent scale. They had
come over to Virginia with plenty of arms and
ammtmition, and with embulauces fitted up in
such a style of luxury as though they thought
then , -vase still twang t s booth. TheyA
.r. 4114t I
the whole campaign they had over fifty thou
sand men. Their finest parks of heavy and
light artillery are ours. They left everything
behind them they could throw away,
Among the Federal officers captured is Col.
Carrington. Among the Confederate officers
killed, unreported, are Lieut. Col. Johnston,
of the Hampton Legion ; Col. Thomas, of Gen.
Johnston's staff; and Col. Fisher, of the Sixth
North Carolina regiment.
, Dr. J., rag
man, r i te 0013,
- " , qtlmore street, t,
s place, Be pew:
h false names,'
by the repots,
sp,toue on the
s of Burgeons,
of whose UN
rt the most as.
sap, great her
Id mind, oo
ell • 114 rut,-
amass of wsat,
the Heart, Dye
or the Digtetitil
of 0 1 / 1 010112p.
id aro at watt to
The wounded, unreported, are Col. Stevens,
of Gen. Lee's staff ; Col. Cartrell, of Georgia ;
Lieut. Col. Montgomery Gardner, of the First
Georgia regiment ; Col. Nelson, of the Second
Virginia regiment ; Col. Jones, of the Fourth
Alabama regiment; Col. Hampton, of the Le
Col. Preston, of the Twenty-eighth Virginia
regiment, took. Col. Wilcox, of Michigan, one
captain and three privates prisoners, with his
Edmund Fontaine, Jr., son of Col. E. Fon
taine, President of the Virginia Central Rail
road, is among the slain.
On the 22d inst. Capt. McCrady's Irish vol
unteers left Charleston for the seat of war in
Virginia. The First Georgia regiment left the
day previous for the same destination.
'rawness op sun noon, BONDS, gro.
The following queries have been put to the
Confederate District Attorney at Charleston :
Ant, Is it lawful for a citizen of the Confed
erate States to purchase of our enemy State
stock or bonds of any of the Confederate States
and demand the interest when due ?
&cond o Is it lawful for the same parties to
purchase notes given by merchants of the South
ern Confederacy to northern houses and demand
payment for the same ?
Third, If lawful and proper to pursue the
above course, would it not be equally legal for
the small trader to buy merchandise of the en
emy ; or in other words, does the law intend to
operate in favor of the fortunate holders of cap
ital against the humble dealers in wares and
The response is as follows
The acts specified by you certainly constitute
"trading with the enemy" peculiarly objection
able, because they afford a direct assistance to
the enemy by tho transmission of money to
foster his resources. And, in addition, such
conduct is highly unpatriotic, because directly
injurious to the interests of the States and citi
zens of our Confederacy, whose obligations are
thus withdrawn from the enemy's country,
where it is for the interest of such States that
they should remain, since they could not there
be called upon for payment during the war.
Such operations are certainly worse than the
simple purchase of merchandise in the enemy's
country, because they, at the same time, aid our
enema and injure our friends.
Romans or ow. mes AND um
The Memphis Argus, of the 22d, says Gen.
Wise has recently marched into the northwest
of Virginia, with a legion tenor twelve thou
sand strong. His headquarters, until a few
days since, were at Charlestown, Kanawha
county, on the great Kanawha river. It is now
understood that he has advanced northward in
to Jackson county, and his progress will proba
bly extend to Wood county, on the Ohio, the
home of Gen. John J. Jackson. Gep. Floyd's
brigade is undoubtedly following in Wise's
track. At present these are the only forces of
any consequence in the northwest, Gen. Gar
nett's column having either been cut to pieces
or compelled to retreat from
p everly, in Ran
dolph, across the Alleghenies into Pendleton
and Highland. Gen. Lee and his staff start to
morrow for northwestern Virginia. It is be
lieved that he is going to take command of the
entire western division. He may, probably &
Ida headquartemat Staunton.
1133701 T 01 A VIRGINIA PASTILIN OM3=
, The Hon. A. G. Jenkins odniinande a cotaper
fly of Yisginin militia in Braxton county:
TROOPS POE ViIMINIA.
Hearing recently that Col. Tyler, with 800 fed
eral troops, was about to pass through the
county from Wedon, grey • felled,ttrees in his
path and fell hack to a convenientpoint, where
they laid in Milbiash until he iiassed. They
then felled'trees in his 'Mar, •also, thus com
pletelyiatching him lii . a trap. They then
dr4 upon him, killing some 60 Or 60 of his *en,
an capturing many of his horsesp&c. So * says
a IliclutOntl paper.
Walter Morris, recently of Washington city,
and a private in the Beauregard Rifles, is re
ported to have hem}, killed at the Bull 11111 en
gagement. We also hear that sewn li
ly a clerk in the bank of Riggs & Co., was bre
veted for gallant conduct on that occasion, and
that Mi4or F. B. 13haeffer, formerly of the Na
tional Rifles of tilt! city, has been called to
Beauregerd's stag- one of hiSaids, and bre
vetted Limiter= I onel for meritorious ser
I LANS =OD.
, r's Ferry says :
Confederate troops Blain at
this section. Their dead
. ed, and the solemn
- ormed by their surviving
• • burg, Charlestown,
e loss of some of their
t The bodies of Capt.
farmer, and Mr. Rani
line, are among the recent
r Or WAR firiAllian.
Carolina, through Mar
~ just transferred to the
tit a clever little fleet of
e number co
bodies are being f
rites of 'interment
/to., are lamenting
most prominent cll
Ives, Mr. Butler,
son, of the "
arrivals at Which,
The State of
steal B%nks, Esq:,l
five war steanip
By 311 1.11
XX=lth Cengre as—Extra Session,
LOONOLIIIIIOOI QIX WZMIEIDAT'S PUOCftDINGB.)
WeanixoToN, July 81
SWATS. —A communication was received from
the Presidant, in swim to a resolution, trans
mitting a report of g 1 the instructions given to
Foreign Ministers with reference to the rebel
lion. Laid on the, table and ordered to be
The bill in relatiwto the superintendents of
the navy yard, permitiiog the President to ap
point superintembmta from the , Mak of com
manders as well as captains, was -taken up and
discussed at tonskisdable lerigt4. by Messrs.
astor VirissfoirOws, kora- Asa
ly laid aside, and on motion of Mr. Wures the
bill supplementary to the act to increase the
military establishment of the United States was
taken up and passed.
Mr. Lama, (M 0.,) offered a resolution calling
on the President to inform the Senate whether
Hon. James H. Lane, of Kansas, has been ap
pointed a Brigadier General, and if he has ac
cepted that position. Adopted.
Mr. Pow= introduced a bill to repeal all
bounties allowed to fishing vessels. Referred
to the Committee on Commerce.
The bill relative to the Superintendent of the
Navy Yard was then passed.
On motion of Mr. °HANDLED/ (Mich.,) the bill
to increase the Consular representation of the
United States during the rebellion was taken
up and passed.
The report of the committee of Conference on
bill to provide iron clad' ships was taken up, as
rinfin' - hed businessfrom yesterday. The report
of the committee was rejected.
Mr. THOKEION, (Ni. J.,) moved to postpone the
bill indefinitely. Lost.
Mr. Hsu moved that the Senate agree to all
the amendments of the House save the one
which includes Yeas& not completed within the
provisions of the bill. Agreed to.
A. new committee of conference was appointed
on that amendment.
The bill to suppress insurrection was taken
Mr. BALE moved to postpone its considera
tion till to-morrow. Agreed to.
The Senate then went into Executive session,
and sulmequently adjourned.
House.—Mr. Max (lad.) asked leave twin
troduce a preamble, setting forth the circum
stances attending the arrest and imprisonment
of the Baltimore Police Commissionem, assert
ing that the writ of habeas corpus has been
treated with contempt and a military 'despotism
established in Baltimore, and concluding with
a resolution that their arrest and imprisonment
were without warrant, and flagrantly unconsti
tutional and illegal, and that they should be
released or their case remitted to the judicial
tribunals for determination.
Mr. BINGRAX raised the point of order, that
this resolution was excluded under the rule for
the government of the business of the session.
The Speaker decided that the point was well
Mr. PuttnULTOR asked leave to introduce a
preamble concluding with a joint resolution de
claring that hostilities against the so-called
Confederate States should be prosecuted only
so far as may be necessary,to enforce obedience
to the Constitution and the laws, and should
not be so construed as to reduce the States to
the condition of inferiors, or interfere with their
rights of property or destroy their country.
This was declared out of order under the
Mr. Gorses, (Ind.) gave notice of a bill to
be offered at the °perdu of the next session,
granting to the soldiers of the present war
bounty land warrants on Government lands,
subject to entry at $l6O per acre, and granting
homesteads to actual settlers on the alternate
sections of land reserves from railroad gityttos
and subject to entry at $2 50 per acre.
Mr. Versdannstosrat, from the Special Com
mittee-appointed: at the last session, reported a
bill restricting the franking .14ylleg,e, The :
House then adjourned.
PRICE ONE CENT
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
AN ARTILLERY WAR.
MORE BATTERIES AMID FOR
The Line of Pioketa
A New and More VigonixerWlF
PORT PILLIEORN REINFORUD
Expedition for the Capture of Port
MORE TRAITORS ARRESTED,
REMOVAL OF SECESSION CLEBXB
REFORMS IN THE ARMY.
Wesimraws, July 81
General M'Clellan expresses the opinion that
this will be an artillery war, and asks as many
batteries as it is possible to procure. Regiments
have been sent by him to extend the line of
pickets along the Potomac to Harper's Ferry.
Seven additional regiments have gone up to
Chain Bridge to-day where three or four 'are
There are fresh Indications of the inaugura
tion of a more vigorous policy, and Gen. ic-
Clellan inspires and supervises everythifig.
We learn from a reliable source that Fort
Fillmore, Texas, has been reinforced by ten
companies ; also that Col. Couly has fitted out
such expeditions against Fort Bliss, now held
by the Texans, as makes its capture certain.
There have been more arrests for treason
here, and the traitors are being well stirred up:
John Holohan, of this city, has been arrested
and put in jail in this city, on a charge of hav
ing treasonably aided and excited the late 801 l
Strict movements are on foot now to remove
all the secession clerks from the department&
This should have been done long ago.
The city presents a most quiet appearance
to-day. It has not been so calm for weeks
past. General M'Clellan's strict rules of disci
pline are wurkiwgreat rattiness,
DEATH OF A TELEGRAPH OPERATOR
FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., July 81
The remains of Leo Engleman, lately the
ticket agent and telegraph operator stationed
at Qukertown, on the line of the North Penn
sylvania Railroad, were brought here last even
ing and taken to Flowertown. On Saturday last
he attempted to get on a train while in motion,
and by accident fell upon the track. Three
cars passed over his leg, crushing it so that
amputation was imperatively necessary. The
Operation was performed, but it failed to save
his life, and he died yesterday. He was about
26 years of age, and his sudden demlae is la
mented by a large circle of Mends. He was a
son of Mr. Engleman, of Flowertown.
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