Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, March 15, 1862, Image 6
Celegrao - _ Porattifiloht that standard sheet 4Whereliesthes the foe but fille ,before Wilfriedom's soil beneath our feet, • 11 Freedom's banner streaming o'er in. OUR PLATFORM TEE ONION--TEIE CORSTiTiniON--AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE` LAW. A . 1.8.E1'5.1 . 3011G, PA. Saari Horning, March 15, 18814 A COINCVANCE. A very large meeting of the business men of this city, 'was held last evening in Bran's DA for the purpole 04 protesting again t et a ,certain proposition 114 off before the Legislature, calcu lated, in the judgment of.those who 'projeited that meett4; : to'll'oe - Itiniense injury to the real inteieste'Of the PeOple and the city:9f Har risbarg, if it becomes Olaw.. .The meeting was respectable in every partinular. The call which eonverysi it was signed by a makiriticof leadiWariil enterprising husiness„men,ef -the city, arattize proceedings in every may distin; guished by a decision and a deliberation Which evinced the honesty and Sincerity of ihose'hi whom . it, was composed. Yet, with all these facts so notorious, the 'publicity of the call, and the elritht of the meeting; and the'imPor.!apca of itti" Aect, the Ppgriot this Meraing had not a slngle.Word in reference to it, and treats the whole subject with a contempt which seems to indicate also Its disregard for the' 4t.'ereets and the intelligence of lTarrisbirg and its 'business men. We ask the businesimen of this city to stick a ,pin in this fact: and when our :fteigh bors hereafter atteMpt . to blow",for Harris burg, the raiders of the Patriol may be sure it is an interested " blow," as its Silence and differenoi in this instance are, capable of' More than orke'construction, whether it b 9 as to the romors;,hute of milling, or the expectancy of short interest and long credit. But the public are at litsity to wake its own inference. &NOB'EBB BEGINNING. Or yen WAS, scarcely a' move has been made toward filllog up those regiments *hose numbers have beep' reduced by deitit i : from battle or disease., Recruiting for commands already in the field- has; in few cases prised , successful, and In no instance have ill Werke in'that directionmet with the encouragement they jetstly deserved. Volun leers have 'preferred, to enter some regiment in procese 'Of lorMation rather than go, without military,eultUre, 10to a command whose mem bent arepoomparatively ,veterarm in the service, As IP el ueat totliie Asia kFaiye, cry of our, r ,sr m en,possegpjn geveg the mil:datum number celled'for by the regula tions to cOnstittite them complete commands . The hdslitals at the 'different. Mats on'ihe route are peopledivrith the residue,. who., as soon as they are in a convalescent state, are , ordered fat test& to join their regirrientit, • They I go by convenient; ' fobt' at other es a orm, et . w a tur th total ~ . what is called Atb& Istragglers " of the army. ,Their usual mitchilsabot eight :or lan miles per day, 4 14 A t t ioli T iii.tti ! ictai t p not much betterlmPllthplima gihiu they left it. • . kre#tiithinki May be remedied by a.divii don ortheie4iinents now in camp the northern a4tee,, among those commands which have maned mast during the campaign by the vichwittideik of active eery ice. Whatever I!tig!- . ber of iiiiiti4tme'there ! may now In the regiments Angsazing, they oan.be, bitter die. posed Win thie•manon than by fencinenev, regimeitteihtifthe field', hiciperleii* in those matters relative, to itcliive service . Whiah., are not set,,down in. any book aver written under the sun.••' , - • - Witliakickpfevisions thesatragg . ' lers" of the army, uielees to„ the,commands to which they belong,: may be dispensed with, and lent to their reeve homes. Such a step would not onlYyri'hiAdY'Stilfactory to the seldiers themselves, but would.meet the commendation of the officenrof every regiment to vrhich'they are attached: 4 ' it . Might, of Connie, create 'ri*rm diseatist*fk i tpziong,thw who have been en gaged irveqruiting for Jhe mew. commands, but the great necessity of such a movement would fuUy justifYita being tmt in operation. Taw mite Dover longer intol °rime bf ftee ec h and a frqg Met!ea•lvbiai Pereisiegi4.B) l llt.the southern states against all northernmemandjournali whit% did not prefeds "souther 4 enabled the slave holdingAgiptiitter• 'cleteelve,ag Misietta the white laboring hum of the south into rebellion. If we destreiin.*Ffect and perpetuate 'the work which ourliildrief, have ,begun; She 4:Minn:tent meet lee 4IA Oat! t4o_rtakts of free speech and free press oralutnotfatth firmly maintained in the south:'- South Carolina, peorgia;'4b4ma, Loldsbitte;`ltisOstid; TOthissee, and other: southern 14 Igye ,in theircOnstit ons fru:n=o4lAL these rigibte; though in , all these states tltiolrinerelse , has long been prohi6lleo: But 11 leiniiksible to carry kee;iniern ment w4lllout free :discussion. Rebellion has broken out onlyiln the states , Where, free dis. oussion Of ilublkhiffaire was not permitted; 'lt Is underti*ollat:A4e.*Usiclent is about to establish_ PM/Aiwa_ military government in Tennessean we trust tlait he Will iter•tc it that unde=visiciial, leve i ptniant Pere may . . • be a :Pale 9.1 rftedlPeeeb; `t Arno can never 4.1141341 b harm so long ; as irtitiVitileft free to otnithatite , btrtitherOinrol4jiiiii , armed " " 10: 0 1 rift 1 4 Ak.t4 with • 2 tar conclusion of sitiketilimniMilvil i fin& THE PATE OF TRAITORS. After Arnold had attempted the betrayal of the American interests during the war of the Revolution, and after his failure and escape into the British lines, pe became, an officer of t , te fiercest passions and disposition, pursuing all with a relentless fury, and-making all , classes, all ages and all sexes suffer by thehorrors of his warfare. After the war of independence, du ring which the British were s so signally van quished, Arnold &and a refuge in England. It was there that he discovered the depth of his inftggy, _,Wh4o,lc3ras,leading..-British.legions against his former friend; sacking thoir burning their villages, and desolating their towns, he felt no remorse, because he was un moved, by. pity. Bat : when Arnold. reached England, when-he sought tai maintain the asso elagOba'aitit British Officers which he enjoyed While he *as fighting by 'their side,. when he, attempted to go with these soldiers into the retreats of private life; and mingle - aartid the grOlisa, brilliancy festivities clf the saloons 'of' T.,condon,helvart met on each threshold by an Obsequious laquey, with the withering warn ingi"'S'ir, the master of the mansion has instructed mete say thatlse is not at . home to the ,traitor, Arnold '' In fide manner ilia homes, tbe.saloons and the society of England were dosed against that man who bad atter:4o4d the betrayal of bee native land, that an English king Might ;le nge:lts resources and oppress its people. They had no confidence in such a man; and, there fore,,, refused him recognition or society„ The sternniee of fact, and , the apparent ingrati tude of .thoackwhom he had served, upset' the brain and broke tha heatt?of Arnold. From that hour fie betistine.a l *Mderer, arid k'boitigai, despisedthetie,svho kne*him—avolded by strafigers sea seeming leper, =tithe fennel an obscene corner in, . yhichto;die, where even his "6150feekanii4 - icril*it those, who were Minis tering to. him, scttbat as he shrieked his name, Aknoldistrfliis 'dying gespithose present tied,' Anil he tilefillice a dog, tippitW. ;."- 7 -14is,We refer th*atothecaie of the first arch traitpr,-, the .circumstances surrounding the traltomnoir in battle; vairiat the national gov ernment; impress themseiVes.irery forcibly on our view. The decisiOn and the result of this war i like that of , the'Revolution, will be the vindication of Amerii n independence. It will Aetablteli freedom more firmly than ever, and of course re-innugnmte,tbe authority of the fed eral law . with incremied,,vigor and vigilance. The question then arises, where will those who have thus attempted the betrayal of theAmerl- can Union, find a home f They *mot remain in the sonic, because the people in that region will have constantly before their the evils and the suffering paused by the treason of those men; and thus linii'would daily in jeopardy of popular resentment and , destruction.. They : cannot come to the north, , became- here - they would be iiidanger`of fairest and lard tore, and hereuee , else :they could not exist here bathe iaidS„of, a people as :.prosperous whom they so entirely hated, and enjoy the ordinary , feelingir Of; contented repose.' 'They „must, gc hence, as Arnold ldany .0.1, them, doubtleis have been "acting' Melia the encouragement altd:piomises mugs ta" fOcci Brit ti 4414.340. and'money, and these . Wilr seek co me England. But as in the case of Arnold, such as these will only meet Scorn and contenipt.:, Had they succeeded in dismembering; the ` AMerican Union—had they triumphed end established a titled aristocracy and' kingly government, the warmest iielcernes would have awaited thee to homes, while_the , proudest English 10rd.% and ladle. would tuvre(vied witheach .other in their cora plimentit arid their congMh4atfors.. they failed- in doing , wh at iheiprliniised the English aristocracies. They failed in doing what they 11 0, P), 40 therefore, in British ,eatimation they will become enworthy. of re 'cognition., Thrall,: like the first great. traitcit, these modern parasites will become theiFaga bends andwandrirersot *trope. *Miter only inlailleh heithie,s, there todiei as Arnold did, like dogs, unwept and unhonorad. Three who can escape the halter i ilificoun tri-, will tseder EhrOpe, ad - Venturers ready to: 9apq.104• 144., Witte Which'. has money or blood in :its issues, until: the Over& 'Merits of the worldntiltele ricltheifiselvis Of race of men so , evil and carnivorous Such will undoubtedly be the end of the race of southern traitors. Let. their fate be the subject of the contemplation Of all , iiito are restive under the rule;of a'goed government Enwesn,Thost re "who," -says the &Ne i "is kin* known . by somepap ers Rome, reprinted the . Le (Or, - and by, ' a hastily . Written. memoir, of Count Otivour," has arrived in this country to report American affairs for a leading tptidon daily. Mr: Dicey'hgures 'ln the new edition of "Men of tlue times", Mr. Dicey would do well to profit by the fate of Mr. Rus sell,. whc; permitted his prejudices to pervert facts, md"thus indulged in - a systematic circu lailon of - faisubcmjs,. until ; he halt tendered himself olmoxioui,to all truth loving men in the-world. All that we ai3k of European cm: respcndents is to write thetr - ut n relation`" to !be cause and theeffects of rebellion, and then this government wilt not suffer. TifiCiromeron ON. TIIN CONDUCT OF TEI WAN are taking further evidence respecting, the re- Meat "*Olll 11 4peisee.., " astounding facts have beenidtiveloPed, showing that at any time since Ootober an attack upon the rebel army at that fipint must bon ken pi:cassia,. ap iea.6! s d so 04 oontraviille Was evacuated by the rebels;some time before intelligence of the event.was received at Washington. A civilian Maseachligette• went out is Centre ville on Sunday `last, 101 0 the place deefe : ted hoisted a, rag on. the earthworks, for want of a Sag; end came back to tell General 'that he had taken possession , . biellTDOPYbe# Very, just obseried that the Mortar beet baB gone south to cement the Union. ,We may be sure that it will teach its Aostication in safety, for we hive sent a'strong iorier to carry iti ' • d ' . 174 dutiesQf i Q L iimnd him to she # lB 4 . , Or/ the An. KoCk :World of, yesterday! awning— It seams to at thatAht - ssieadt b s Adf 0411ArClethirt era - • mare-srtaiishrftgiMidi4 penitogliania Math) artiegraply—tral4ol! Pennsylvania LegisllM: 1.1,111 ' y go: Y. : HOUSE or itErglsEmarnvEs. • Thllininia, Mraoh 18, 1862. tVENING.-SESSION. The HOLUM was CaUed to order at 7,1 o'clock P.M. Thelp,onsiderati . on of the tonnage tax question was reamed, and the bill was discussed until nearly twelve o'clock, when the previous queer tion was called and sustained. .. : On, the substlletaOL.Mr. , Amosnsimo r . - The yeas and nays were required by Mr. :WILD 43 X an tl' ir 4W" , (NcirtOnlberland,) and were as ollo4r, viz Yaws—Messrs. Abbot, Anotrong, Batas, Caldwell, Chatham,Cochran, Cowan Dennis, Donnelly, (Philadelphia,) Duffield, Fairly, Gas kill, Greenbank, Hopkins,..(Philadelphia,) Jo sephs, M'Clellan, M'Mackan, M'Manus, Farah •B'ittef, Scott , Smith, (Master s ) Smith, (Plilladeiplua,) Thompson, Twitchell, Vincent, Warner, Wildey, Windle and • Zeigler -3L Agtas—Mesers. Alexander Banks Barron, Bekr,er, Beebe, ilighain, Blanchard, Bliss, „801. lean,. Brown,. cur,) Brown, ANorthrurilmir land) Cessna, Craig, Crane, ,Dellona, -Divins, Donley, (Gmene,) ,Dougherty,, Elliott, Fox, Freeland, Gamfile, Graham, Grant, Gross, Rapper, Henry, Mess, Hoffer Bower, Hoy kins, (Washingt*) Mute-Imm% Kaine, Menne dy, Labar, Lehman, Lichtwyannec. M4 O Y, MI:4 100 , 1 / 1 . Myers, &harm, Peters, Potteiger Ramsey ! Rex, Rhoads, .hoes, (1,4- sseinci,) ROBB, (Miiiin,),Rowlsind, Russell, Ryon, Shannon, Strang, ,Tate, Tracy, Totten, Wale : field, Weidner, ley I and :--- SpirsketBs. Sb the amendment failed: DA the'subsllcuteplill. Warrens, The yeas and, nays,were required.hyMr. Bri`r TER and Mr. LAI3AR and were as 'follow, viz YEAs—Messn3. Banis,,BlLMlly-Beebe,Righam, Blanchard, Rim, 13POWn, (Mercer,) Brown, (Nor ihninberifindt), 8 13 41,' Pess4,-:(kaig, Oran.), Dellone, Divine, Donley, (Greene,) Itaugherty, Elliott, Fox, Freeland, Gam ble,Graharo w thant, Gross, Rapper, llefirsies&e993 4 44l Hopkins, (Washington,)li i min,K `ne, Kline, Labar, Leeman, Lichtenwallner ' M'Clellan, M'Coy, M'Oulloch, Meiman, Petere i . Pottaiger, Ramsey, Rex, Rhoads, Roes, (Lusserne,) aOlll/, (Mifflin) Rowland, Russell, Ryon, „Shannon, Strang, Tee, „Tracy, talon& Wakefield, Wald- Wimley, Windle, Wolf, Worley, Zeigler and 0we,,404e - r-63, , • NAW—Mesimi,Ablibt, Aleiander, Armstrong, Bates, Relive!, Bolleau, Paldwell, Chatham, Cochran; COMM,: Dennis ,, D q i nd l Y , (Philada pldai) Duffield, Early, Gaskill, Gnxesbank,Rall, Hopkba, (Philadelphis,) _Josephs, Mewled!, M'Makin„ . M"Manas, Pershing, Quigley, Ritter, Scott,' Smith, (Chester,) Smith, (Philadelphia,) Thompson, Vincent, : Warner and Wildey-81. So the substitute of Mr. WrrgAms was agreed The bill, as amenaed, was agreed to on sec, and reading. , On agreeing to read the bill a ,third time,. _ . .. • The yeas and nays, were :required ;by:-Mr: OALLIWMLI and Mr. DONNELLY, (Philadel phia,) find wore : ss ROOF, ,vis Yam—Messrsi:Mexamicir„.4:l4trong, Banks, Barron, 'Bee* l l -- - BiStiiirnt - BlarrolMid, Balm, Boi, lead,. &lin°, Barron,-'Beebe,, Brown, (Nur,th-lonbur land,)..-I;lnantsY, • Cessna, Cowan,. cmlib Otani% Dellme, Fienrde, MOB, Donlat. (Greene.) DOugherty, Riliott,;,Fea„ Freeland, Gamble, Graha/R1 - GrOtt_greenhardh Groeili:Nidl, Air . Per; lien'7 , - 4%1; .Hofer, agure!,, , NoPhlnal ffaa n hlngtor,oo Etunano_ , l:Kalnea -Xermedy, Kr e, ,Labar,..Le aii; DichtenarMiner, Ml - ,W.Oulloch, .Whianus, Myers„ Neiman, Persh ing,Petiss, Potteiger, Amnon Rea, I Rhoads, .-ptistar, jige,l.(Luzerne,) Rims, (Mifflin,) Rowir;,llmstell, Byon, Scott, Shan: t ill non, Smith;.( heater Strang, •Tate,, Amp, son, Track, Tutton. ..inoent, Wairefield,.. War ner,• tWeidner, Vill , ..Wbidah .: lh.'indlei. Wolf; Weiley, Mem Mid Rowe, ~.4paikeo-49, - NAn— glari ~.Abbot, Caldwell, ,Gbatbaro,- Couldan, - DorMekr.,--.(PhlladalPhiai - PurNeld, Gaskili, tiOpkins,- ('hiladelpida). Josephs, 1i , .. Makin, , QuigleY, Smith, (Philadelphia,) and Wildey—P,',. . .. . • , . , - So tile question was determine d in. the af firmative: ,„i ,may One final iirgei. a - ..,. _ , .. The yeas and nays , were _ required .by Mr. WlLD.q.and Afr. CALDWELL, and were as -follow, vim, • . ~ ..-.,... , ' lairg-Meam.Alaader, _or se. Barron , Belirar,:. Reebe, . - -Bigtara, IBlaneliard, Bliss, Bolleibr, , - Xtrovia,:.(o l Pal,) , lllownt (Northum berland,): Busby, : Cessna, Oraig,_ Doom, Diving, Donley, .(Eireene„). Dougherty,. Elliott, Foa, Frctelandle,.4l-raham,Orant,Quats,, Half, : tiaPpei, Henry, *is, Hoger Hoover, Hopkins, (WasiMagton,) „MN:man, -Heine, KannadiN_ ilrline , ;--, Labia, : -Lehman:, Liobten 4 : wanner, Irdelkii„Mtey, M'Oulioch, ,Myers, , Neiinaa, , Peters, ;.., Petteiger, ..11einsey,q, Rex, Rhiads, Bitter , _ Pcea. (Luserne,) Mom, (MMllin i ) RoWlesid, Russel, Ryon Shannon, Strang,..Tate, Tracy, TrLtton, Wakefield; Weidner ' Williams; Whaley, Windbi, Wolf,. Worley, Ngler and Rowe,' Speaker-70 ... •: • „... , ~, . .. . ' Naits-Mestas, Abbot,--,Armeteong ; Bates,,GeS, well, Cludbam,Coehran,Qiiwennis,DOlMOli b r p(PhiladaPhi*AlgtePlAriarly, (3 l l 4 l Elll, *elm-, Lean bank, HoPkh 2 ar .(?Irli - a*Pbfa,), jea. (+Also 1 1', , Makin,.lltidanna, ?orPmS, galeer : Boat, Smith, (Chest 44,) Smith, :.( Phil adelphia ` ) Thompson, VbMent t Warner and Wildey-.-.251 So the bill, passed iffid/Y. • .. -. ~ • • -FZ DLI Neck 14,1882. The Senate met at ten o'clock .e.. w., and-Was :celled to order -bji Speakei Hein. Several petitions U.-, were presented, agid reports of committees made. - - Paw PW.Et 01 444 te WI No, 810 i. entitled a fnrtsei stipplement: to An, aot .relating to the lien of nt:chant:l alai others on build- Passed finally. 4 4 4. Mr. BPSOS -meTed4tP Fceo l ;cidertlie mote had on 'the 'Bing, paesege House.bill. en-. titled,* suppl4*eitt to an eektio lay out, State 'road in the counttee,of,l f ehenon and Berks. , The motion was emended by. Mr. Luang and agreed to., _ _ mr- 7 P 1 41 ,1 4,ef.4 1 ed ulKA'Refc P l ll-No• 278,.a 'supplement Vt'an-iict foil the 03tabgal Iplent of a college in tridbritown;gairette county. Passed - - - Mr. L4 . 3lll3EllTO.N.eldied nikBeniitp 841, a eupplernOt to cin.ect to incorporate the Lawßonhern bridge company. " • PassedfinallY. HAMILTONMr. a suppletherlt, ki.o - ackto iporporitte. the New Hollandtainiike'.rciad company.. Passed finally. ' •.1 Mr. MilWaND.palled PP a supplementlo an act to Authorise :the Gov, ernor to ineorporatitlie Columbia water cow. PanT • _ • . -Passed finally. Mr. P;OUGHTER'moved , diachaiieiiii. Committee on Prlytte) Claims and Damage 4 i rom the further consideration 'the, bill i entitled "An Act relative to the claim of Burke & Gen, der." On the gnestilem,,,,, i ;. • „ . Will the - go4o, l aPPc.t. tP9O* 4l Ol - i The yisei. anti ;14, BOUGHTIgiI and Mr. ISO Y, and were as follows, yis; ! ~ . ;MGE6. 4 L C Mer4th.;,,4 o s 14 •59 1 %.0944.91P474), and • wfo • , Sala ji gniav a lkalCA l i t tr u r, '71 .14 .'. 3 it 9 - 1)9. .a. - 2 Adjourned SENATE.. ~~ los b i ik j oi t un in, Ketcham, Lumberton, lanikei; Lo l ure, Nichols, Penney, Itekinsouf. (Philadelphia,) Whar ton and Hall, / 528.. So the committee was not discharged Several private bills_ were taken up and pass ed, but none of any interest to our readers. Mr. Iit'CLURE moved that when the Senate adjourn it be to meet on Mpnday next at three, o'clock, P. M. Agreed to ; and the Senate Adjourned:" HOUSE- OF REPREBENTATIVE23 FamAy,)lM'siLif, 186 K The SPEAKER called the House to order at q'cluckaile., Prayet by the Rev. Dr. De Witt. The DLERK read the Journal of yesterday, w ! kl imuus cil "loia-Orr 01W. ROPKIHS (Washington) mused that the committee appoints} cor nfpf.• influences, allegaiLtulaya_ been used in fheipassage of the commutation; Tex_bill, last iiessio.he allowed, to pit dmingl4Mmi4nis of the:; House. ' - • -; Mt SMITH; (PbtiiiietiObi,) moved to iidebd by incltiding the committee to hriestlgate Into alleged /corrupt influences; brought tb bear upon the visage of the bill legalizing susnensiim of enema payments by the banks Mr. HOPK K INS I have no objections. , questionWeitalien on the amendment, whibh was agreed to._ The motion, as amended,was then a greed to BILLS PABEIZIX On motion af Mr. IaCHTBMWALLNIEB; *!•enatei.bill, No. 168; an act. to change the 'place ot,holdin g ,electimui in:the:..borough of Ohataragnaiwas.taken.upi considered, and 'Sassed , -rn,otion of . Mr. HENRY,, Rouse. bill Not 4804 entitled !AO Act _to incorporate the Little Beaver Valley railroad company," (reported' with Affirmative .recoteinendation, from the CoMmittee: •on.:Corporitions,) was taken up conddered and - • • Pamedlnally. • . • : _ *altmais mut cinacknum. 11:10d0.4 suspensiQu pt ; the Or d e r s,s • Mr: BIGHAtd, 'tYi r aye and Mean,) reported with amendment,. to 437 a tax on 061±7 era dbrokers irithis.Voinutinwealth., Also, (aaaiej with a negative. 4Tmlitatitia: ,tion; a bill, entitled "AU Act 'to"repeal an aO, apprOved May 16, IBM, providing for the levy of a Special tax of one mill on the dollar. . Alto (sante ) as committed an act for the more effectual ptOtebtlon of owners of logs and lumber in the s thisqrialianna - rgrar. Mi. BLISS, transiting and Grail:IWO") as com mitted, an act for the relief of Menu Welsh, a ilisatiled, . Mr. TOTTIIiiSER same , )( ae . Committed act for the relief of: S. W. Cole, a disab led soldier. .40 7 ;BOSS, (COf*itthital). with anieridiLent, further stipplement to the act In c°rP°lliting -the P hiladelphia (I.6,reacent igatkin I company : . • Mr. 4 0 FrfSEA, iiVeYo.othd.*eitatO ( ati , 9 o . lll- - mifted,),:a supplement relatiiii_to;the Pulaw9 l -' mania training school forr - feebia-znifided chit ag l te nt *teem. • • , ifindir a gletWaSi4LP.C:the orders, . , EitIANRON Fowl in place, an -ant to pro vide io t ratli military iidtuntion.of .youttha J • Referred , to.. the Committee on Militia. Sys . biz I:40k ra:liiing hone -, =tins the Houle of Refuge of Western Penneylo - to the ` Committee on Co rporations: - • • sezezei Ho lib Onrrifif*.: ll oklliulailleo • ill,NO,'211;: Tempe& t e renustplieri orepepie payments by the t ;Was made 'ocher, for . Wedneleai ON oznaarrre lM oderzeme ELaQTZON On ve g 1 yen r ; Mr HAP otforearhe fotioningnitolnlion: •Rativett tim in the That thii for I rri4tuna' ailleages&4 izohi l iaktgpf.taa-.. ony nontatibil citron rani" ni 'the count of 4414. tiiirOvedrby the House. (TIOS 6B O 44) • .!rha resOlatibri wairesa a second _time Ana % l ined to. Q ull zectmoa's imememaxem TO TEE MOP= • i or SMITH OkROLINAL • ' ' 1 .E 1...• .. ~, . • ' -it gilieN -r. . • • ... 4 , lir. TA. : 410u:tithe follo wi ng iimainble a.ad ,„..wfafteesi*ai - lam, Rti , *.# 0.0)=1*1i44. 00. 2 2..it0; goose foe?* :ed• 6 5 meet 4 t012. 0:0104 ig, Ai:1118,10*ga," iif. ,114.910,, 1862, 1 to Imixthe i*diaMititin of kieneral Andrew .11wire. t rit eon ~t 4 opeoge:of *rah Carolina, read by And; - HOW)O1I1011;611 , 531 can be yie ld cii,that day and as a great many 9f the nunninue will be absent on that day'; theref9re , - - ,R4d, :mat' the lietiaiwill puma& tO die=' Amiga the dtity * 7 mo:rifled' by the ilMibitipit month:Med, 9n. nu** flied at Ave o'clookti V. afialreleelhaeh with reed a second Ulm, 'and to A lZ o i 10. 1 °ger; % • . • ' - . ,- - 'AP 09 , 3 t lefTeofto, *it . etuiliderati9n of the .611 . the t'. l 4hgtidder. No, 1411, - Un ticit - te a 'Erle' and Ora*ford countierto the Bittern dietriet of :Um' SupreMe Coaddered hicOMMittee . of Ilia whole ;'1,14e tiominklee to sit again next Thursday. , ... Adjourned until liceetty . ufternpon, at three: o'clock. ' - XX=th Congress—First Session: 9Peascaaina, hfaich 14. IN SEINAM. . M r t• rt IL) froM rgaval .0(?Incillt , tee n -re ack the";feeekitiMi. ' to. ,authinize the flecretary; the " NaV3itd' Mike equitable" arn.mgaOnte with - the contracto rs ' for steiM machinbry •tviiiii - failed Perforni . the! contract ' and remit the piiMdrleti phased. ,;(Neeht).frehl4he Military ORM, !Otte% frepOrtW a Joirit reliant!** arithorhs* the Pyeidderit to, aim/pi:We dhietig4hd ortre9Pe ork -the ismoikaa'ci to senioriti.Clf also gfres.thitY(esl4ett the Pater tO di es Wei - Olcerfita BerVieet4tbei'se* fie to do eo n without thefindfng of'@ court mertial.l. Mr. Emaiiiart;'(Ohle,) objected to the ' l atter portion lof the resolution as giving the Presi dent too much Power. , Mr .40Doiinal 'pal )illeO,t?b,jected•Lthe reso lution; Was imeordily lad 'over. *AL* (N: E.,) introduced thprize the boildbkve a steam iron cia4 on), andatetini'ganhi?etv,idadtd coMPiete,StoVene! toetAerY-j, '..ropriated '41.AC10,000 foi. the rem, ; satl gig, XX) o 'i6r - I the . . - IPeivater 1700,000" for the coMphitron• of Stayplis bat tery. , Referred, < t <,. • • NEW YORK MONEY KARIM. , • - • --- • • New Your, March, 14. 160 uncbengisli-literling midrange doll at $l,l Ll 2& ;.Shocks are • lowei and dull= Oblongs% and Ruck •Island 67Illinois Centred OES,Vdiilto bonds 94; Michigan Southern - New /rkgeWlßlE49};AldiseatUL.eizese , Glii 11 : 114(4101V loan •••,'„*, '4 Ol3 9 6 n#WA- ;X-rteAtW.l• ie/00 ric#lols' ing, Maim 15, 1862. _ „..... _ , 1 / 4 ,.., r frold oar Sventne Edition orYeaterday. BATTLE OF PEA RIDGE, ARK. nrimrear - rlaktizdtiCisits • Brigadier Generall MoOullooh and cob. 'faintest Rites and 'Herbert Killed GER STEELING' PRICE WOUNDED: Our Lou h 800 to 1000 Killed and Wounded. The Rebel Loss 2000 to sal* EIGHTEENOP OUR K 1 rZED SCALPED Er COLONEL' JEFF. E DATE AFTER PRICE. Itsanransixo, Mo., March 10. - (Special follieSt. Louie lezuOleass.). st;‘3- eorr arrived at ten o'clock lsat,uiett, big addiflOrial ners•ct the recent, attle in Ar ne eegagenient iOkiitcc. on Jaiii ! irtgiii Creek,'fivc miles this Sidoiof thitstream of the same n.me, where a skirmish occurred on the marcitdcwn. . • I !"tantlielo4.lan an 4iim* 'on &oath,: 1400ra1 Curtis oidered the trains . to be, drawl/ tip,On the north ;talexpectedlit,'.the attack was commenced on the north, being, the rear of our:army,, by ..from, fifteen hundred to two thousand rebel miry , General . Sigel, with alert h Padre& 4cted, the twat for Several, hours, :holding, the rebels in check, while the teams pushed back ward to main 'body. While Chug engorged, General.§igeliiwithree times surrenfided, but. he cut his way , through each time. ; The Plii 2o lo l fightbig,9RThele4Y 7"! 8 4 0 ne by General Sigel in , thin way. • On; Friday "the. etiOrgement" became, general, aniitiontinued so throughout. Ourofficers :he bayed with Much galliMbri. • The most enxisol position was occupied COI; Carr's 'clivlsion, and greatest loss .ivirs suffered :thy them. Col. lodge brigade Qf this ilirmloo .coushited of the: Fourth Iowa; the First lowit battery, the Thirty fifth Fhelp's regiment, anci the Twenty-fourth The second brigade,!Maar CoI,PMC terry of - the lowa re giment, _ted of his own. reghocut; the pribuque battery, and 061. Oarr'e regiment of cavalry. I &letter from Col. Carr says the loins inAhe Fourtlf ,and, Ninth . Thirty.fifth . . . and Twepit,y4l4l?. Miepouri t lire.trOnAng Pm ared /14Art_km two tiivared in each :regiment killtd aid: wounded., Only .thrSO-hundred of t,heniniity:fonith Mower! were present,,hut theilost i twenty-nine killed, and ..IL bus hex *outdid" - Tho,Tiielftli eritElei lettiminkiThird lowa Cavalry and With . .Indiana regiments lost about ferti. vial! yq First nand Second lois, bstteries .loot about t*eutor - eich.. 4inow„ilitivOitiide4 to thi erle,,Col:cari, in t ie Atte, tlear. 0 9 1 ? him, Lit*: Yitiii;r4Lfea4 h4J, Coyle, of the, 010* lowa.. lkegee *IPS wounded, lieetl Col, ligT9n Neete4e prisoner • 0 01 .• had U4es limes sbot i undei:4ll4,; Pen qt I BA switta6 pf.,thiffeciinct lowa may, Weefitehee prisoner. Afe : jumped from 'the wagon to make hie escape, when he walkilleal „ Amoterha:rebeloilioerskilled and-wannded are i Brigadier Amend. McCulloch; ;killed i; Brigatilenfiezieral•kilack; dangerously wounded; OcdonelMarnicichAilled ; H.Sives;• dangerowilif wounded.; Colonel Herbert, of the Third Louisiana volunteers,' killed or danger otisly wounded, and Major General Sterling Prios,,alightly.wonnded.,, • Thirteen pleceirof artillerywere niiptured by our _men,-bududing one of .the piecat-lost. by General Sigel at.liVilaorew Creek. • , ". Our lose as estim ated ' at 800 or 1,000 Ind *minded. The :rebel toad is nOt", - ' - liatiifn," brit Is eiripoled . to be -fidm 2;091:1t08,000 . :': A lirge-amortnt of rebel primmer's,: probably:l;6op mitre qaken, and more are oonatiwitillbeini broughtbroughtinL• - Indiue were erigaiedin the battlecand eightefn (if our killed were scalped' by them.' armors' Price , : with abort 10;000 me rap treated , northward; and then -'took sinAy. l diieotion. "General JeH:'C Da fs after him LAIIRCoif EtitibPti. ARRIVAL OF - THE =STEAMSHIP AFRICA:. Mint of a IdelOomuit of the: inite THE LORD RUSSEL TO LORD" LYONS Niauttn"ihimirau The Withdrawal of, imerfean Crafters from THE The Btunteil Still , Blockaded at t Flour continue!' .dell, sales 1000 barrels 0 - . - _“ _.-- -- . 5 0045 25 fox . Operfure. 5 Slab' 50 ,f u tb . . . .- . Nsw Yosx, March "zit extra- ;And 576 -for extra fambY• • Be al l ) The . hip Africa has arrived with dates crunthme small:. Small sales of liye flour , • - MU" lax' 1114., March 14. It o o h the ina. let inst. having' takeitlitif tiltee of the $3 25. . Corn meal dull at $2 75. Wheat .1b ttr _ . _.. _„..i. J.I 1.. !.... !.... ...• ~ • .. t. w- .n. -.. .... ...I. .., fair - _d 711mand sales 5000 bushelo• _. 11 '. 4 , 1 ).I t . , °exalter advines say that lt, was a Lieuten- $1 liAgid. ;#3 4 , , and „white at $1 40 4/ l' ant findinot the Qtptidn of the , , Pirate Sumter Bye h — dealkied 'to - 70@i72, Corn in bete! Vita * ara, - . ‘'- i deman7 cl and 10,000 bushels, yellow, sold at s•'' ti .:;ti ti etf iti et Alta i of t thheelfitroonuseld .€/f4notm.u4taisitorlautll,,,atl„32.B2its on the riSt rd - .111 1" caleth " ! of Conimoni-to rho subject' , - .. , 1 . feeling., Sales of . mess purl!. et, $l2 500 14 . - • ill, 4 1 iiildisPitteliiii the' paPert.relirto -Halm * s642 ' B ' the'.Amerkalattaid • • ! ft . . L 0 t f. R ~ f ! .at 64®.6.1. ._ .„ „ em om r , 1-to Lard firm et SM- for barre , , , .sellingfreely 0, La l 4oiotiff, 'dated . irebriiiirYl6th.' It that a f'r Whiskey Ci ' ver seed " ini7,tiWon shows that ot fill dr : 60. moves. slowly at 25 Sides 8@,74.,"and shosualseunds sten a suf a-a. el'itigockadmirfo eado rfand•Wil- - Coffee t here t r a ni ' till! 11. • Nsw Wan, March 14. , ; .,j,.,,.,., inz .o9,,nrkmiuships.have eluded the block- -Mon heavy and drill—sales of 6,000 barreolh '' 1 ' " 'l' -' ' ' 1. -• • It . t , In . , : whist steady .; C orn g rs i-Zfi,ppo bushels sold I.4;ialie sat ga i :ertimeactwo,ot Avinotifthat4LindE-.1 at:4l.' 41 A* red; New Jersey Cern °9 i'llOieliteusketAportri to prasent,shy, 401000.taudiebsiti690)61c; Mess Pork ,to create evident dangee=.lo.4eardis ,4.ltiogs steady ; Lard unchanged ; will' ) lee . Ting e entering , and provided such ships dot 260. • u_ _ ,ncban. Sliwit and Wonaddd: the African Coast; aibraltei. will not of. itaelf Tradev:ognt:teethy of a the do not voluntarily permit violations, thefeu that VBl'lOllEl ships may hav e succ ese y it y pee l af blockadeo; e beingf rfrom 15€491; eeff*steMghaitirttee—ter ItolfLefexaecttered tehriedeeneacete. caution ai strte " st With reference,to a disregardof-ardeefactotblock adanitmui:ven,tredteaanurtehudb..:olinhtgahhtetthtneshotstetee:poe:dwittelitrriienegtto:: d shared teitherhi t e bl e u ] eoe blockade be w dlee h other e tot n e or unwilling fromsome institute or maintain it, motive or other to do it. Earl Cameron, in the House of Lords, called attentionto_ the .faot .that the papers contained ngfhing relative to communication with For eign governments on the subject. E ar l R oaaeu said that there had been no formal commani catimui with Foreign governments. The. tepresentatives. of France and other pOWers; had from time.to time asked him what the ittlifsh'governitent intended to do, but he bad referred :theinje - - his dispat c h t o Lora Lyens,7-thatriltli-:-Beward•lnfotined him that no utot,e stone _ehips will be used. Ia tfiaHonse of. Commons, Mr. Gilmour gave aoticedhlt he will call attention to the bk.sk ademi the 7th ofMarch: reply to inquiries relative to the with drayral of Amerkan cruisers from the coast k t . AfripacLeird -Palmerston said that represents. doll had been made at Washington on the sub ject] but the exigencies et „war had oecoioned thelwithdmwal. He admitted tbat it was nut a im p a c iwt otrys atularer,to way that the cruise rs badi Beim withdrawn when the object of the withdrawal was to accomplish something quite as hijmioUs to commerce._ _413 to British vei-els WAR allowed in. the, absence , of the americans t o itookitsio Abe nationalitiee of vessels that could only be done by consent of the Senate. iiix... 4 Gladitt,ona-attid it, was a fact that the goirtiriketitWien every letter Cent go suer lea +la Galloway,awa six:pence, but as to the renewal of the GAO-fray subsidy, the matter Wits in the hands of the Head of Government. - Wilner,Gibson in reply to an inquiry, said thatthe government had entered into nu uego. tiatikons relative tQ the Atlantic Telegraph.— The lettMerictui government, however, had el preppttio general terms the wish that by so me nieatiser other, a communication would be la tsyllshetL The AtieUtio. telegraph company publish Strong ylriildence refuting the insinuations of interiailted partiesi that the New Foundland and lielarid line iicould not be worked. The London cane on the Government to aid theWork,' and says that the Lincoln ChM 'net Offer tii guarantee two per cent. on the 'capital if England will do the same. The Red Sea - cable, from Baez to Inbal island, has been restored.. ,- , Tilwaneniploired laborers in Liverpool had 'not repeated the demonstration for relief which took.rlstes on the 27th. The proceedings were devoid of anything like a menace. • Fa4lol.=The French Senate continued to discuss the raddreas to the Emperor. Toe fio liuMA gaestioti wite debated. The report of the committee of the ,Corps Legielatif to the dicta. tion tdVount Montauban, is emphatic against if, huffs said that a letter from the Emperor to pewit, Mornr . on the subject, renders it forobable thni . kkte Corps Legielatif will abandon thit•icijeet. `" The berm* declined on the 28th to 70f@40c. . ITALY. . Victor Emmanuel had been slightly indis ponedi but had recovered. AIfSTI3IA It fa asserted that Austria and ?male have Agreed ow tile terms of settlement in relation to eleOterallHease. . . . GREECE. .._,,rh... n l in Greece is in stets quo. Mtn - I . ' o de out, and it is reported that pig. ' r garrison has revolted. I.! . L, February 28 —Cotton quiet and An , ed —step* 7,000 tidies, includin ,, 3,000 ,to: "Viiiisitta exporters. Breadstaffs dull t^3.111 .qnkrt, but steady. Provisions un . .. 01 and pork easier. ' , .: -. 28.--Consols, 93i(493i. ,Feet via Queenstown. 'Peru, , 28.—Prince Napoleon, in the 9enate d ,that the French troops ROme. The boinsnittee of the Prnasian chamber of P 4 -" had passed resolutions recog thi, kingdom of Italy Vissma .March I.—The journey of the Arch ' 1 . 111 Xiiitaillian to Paris and London has been adj'cinirnett, the negotiations for his candi- IletYve Ofthe throne of Mexico having encoun tflettricAltins • P '"littareh I.—Virgil Szelaggi, barrister member of the Hungarian Ihet, Molt* arrested..Peb:' 6.-The Royal troops ore within a !palter of an hour's distance of Nan- Tkei government intended organizing a gen era arlget of the population in the provinces •thileiteM4loy „ the insurrection. Athens was tranquil, till the - Coffee houses and certain streets are baicapied by the military. The king ie '64sented beck. Thaw, March let —ltis rumored that the miniirtyy has resigiiiid,lint the king has not ac cOlitedi the resiffnetion• .5 Hatpin), lat.—Tangiers advices say that the tdieutenant of the Sinnter has been released. •:The' 'United States ships are watching the &Inltek,yr i hk4 remains stationery. let.—:•The Prince of Wales lies itarie. 6 3 upper Egypt. Feb, 28.—Animpceing demonstration lc's* piece, on,SheAth, at the Carnival. The Corso inssemppy.t.bnt the Former Colosseum dEotaxibma gardens were filled. The police were obilgiiilki" remain in action. Pai4:,'March .2.—The discussion in the French Chambers excites the greatest lateral'. Frtnce Napoleon has asked fur the suppression of the tehaporal lxiWfr of the Pope. La Guer ronitee, the known confident of the Emperor spoke :airor.of the temporal power. The miniitrYifies: ,44derqd that it will explain the policy of its) governinent on a future ocokion. The :Akin/ .aheripz: du People of Nantes, has received j'u'st . warning for a correspondenc e conceived in an inimical spirit. MOVEMENTS OF GEN. FSEEIIONT. ' ! WASHINGTON, March 14. Gen. ,Freemont is expected to arrive here to day- , Already a new German regiment is par tlitily iii New York, it is said here, to igiompluiy him to'East Tennessee and Georgia. • . _ MAR KETti BY TELEGRAPH.