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MONDAY% NOIII11511,•. JULY I 8,. 1881.
MittIOIIS3I.OIIICAL Obaimaio6l. th• G l / 4 041 4 ds
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3flogOf'tke Mar , .... j porpact to the Memos?
In 'the Cotirimf lattallar flearkine,; on Saturday,
;-; ' Al."Dwormwelder, Esq., announced; the decease
. I '. di 4. D. Mahoo, eau., a 'Member of the Bar, and
' , :..moved that the Court do then; adjourn, out of re.
• ;;; aped told* memory. .
Judge McClure ordered the motion to be 'enter
. ad-upon the minutes, and before adjourning the
Court he paid the most beautiful and luting tribute
to the character and worth of the deceased, with
" whorl:the was on the most'intimate terms from'
- boyhood. ; Judge McClure said: •
• ; John D. Mahon dos ratted - and educated :4 Cat
_ lisle, Camberland county, Pa. if. graduated with
honor et Dickinson College. Ile studied' la w,„'with
Tl2omait Duncan, at Carlisle. . li'olta cod
Thoniu : Duncan' ware then in the ankh of their
fame; they were giants In intellect; they ware Levi
: ethane in the law, and both men of magnifies:it
literary sequisitions—they werentahmd In all great,
• .caw within the circuit or their practice, cud always
; oppositstildae At the very time Mat kir.kishon
;7.'mas admitted to pumice, hL pneeptor, Mr. Dun
- •••-• .f , can, Was elevated to the Supreme Beech, which he
adorned' an long Lu he.lived. I Ile Pensioned his
whole bubsou to his then youthful student, John
1- D. Mahon: The rewashing. was immense bat
• he did not shrink from it—hs met it; and his eat
. menronceess vindicated thehighest.; hopes of his
' ; • warmest friends." very Brat step was Into the
front rank' of the profusion. Mr. Milian his told
me more than ones, he hu told me Within the last
Jul.a that ldr self.poneasion end *,sheep were, on
part at Mut; owing to the magnanimity and-kind
of his vote= appal:apt, Mr. Watts; Of whom he
!alwayo 'poke with &deli:talon and -
Mr. hishon.wu one of those Wire den whom s
tare sometimes, hat - very 'Malys fauna in her prod
' igality of gifts. What others !owned wstud l ac t a
panful investigation seemed to flash nun Maoism
"u the.blue of day. Ilia porospliona were intuitive,
quick*, thought, and seemed almos.t 4o aumpt him
Rom the drudgery of books. -He wall intended by
nature for in orator., Who of theeil good :Jadirts
present but know this well. pevin of pans.
neon were excieedingly great, and idaddnuing the
-passim* the - sympathies, or the puttlaritiat of the
dimpositions of -men. he Olin made Mistakes. lossenvy gelitulas ink Lateral, his :styli of 'eloquence
. ..,eraa the proper word fn the: proper plies for the u.
luska; and his vase iris mule.! Dimmer made a
'Whets - speech in Ms life; but how often the court,
•• '"' the jury, and the bar felt regret, alin c t id disappolat.
meat, that Ids votes of melody had so soon ;
Oath:mho occupied was not too obort,lit only aimed
en. /a -social tatimourse biz ohaerfalnats; good
temper, and brilliant eoureriational pewee amounb.
ed to fascination,'•
I have known Mr. Mahon Since II woe woven
Jura of age; and I hers bear 'ritual that I never
heard him speak ill' at any "mac. I Die wit was
.. bright end' "playful as sheet liglitiniZit Omer teak
1 ., • a perrional direction, it never blamed any man or
• anything. . With his mode and manner of trying
causes we 'are • all familiar, but it it wofithy of es
postal .mention, that when the poor, and needy
- were on teal, he either at the anurstion of the
• Court, or tram the gamma Populism of hie Daigle,
most cheerfully undertook their defence, and these
defences - wore ales)' coadicied With as much
ability and zeal as he would he bestowed, or
zooid have given to the cue, had a large compen. '
nation been the reward. Of his ezertiona. There
are tally and pure lumulesja this lite which money
cannot purchase, and to him the dehisce of those
who had no helper, wu always a high and positive
esjoyment. Interim trod myna( to say more. Bly
paraciaat feelings toward the deceived Were too
warm and : are tuo stroiri for expresiion here or is
any public place....
The Court - having adjourned; a sheenier
Bar was o inarti'sed bjcalim g Bon s WM. il l . ' ll:Clure
to the chair and appointieg J. H. Miller and A. 8.
Bell, Esq., gecretanes. 1
• On motion, Muni. C. Shafer, Thor. flowud
1" . and M. BWartzwelder, ware appointed a commit
-1 UM li, daft resolutions express - ire of the 61111 SO of
• : - -the meeting,. .., .
Judge Sealer, on behalf of the eretittee, re
.ported OW following: .
Winatits, An inicrotible Proridence , his and
, denly called away from einongattui,in the midst of his
.„ . ectlinty and urelulneu,oar brother J ha D. Mahon,
. • Vantitiaii We Ire - clairous or ex reining in an
appropriate manner • our . sincere regret at his
death; therefore,,. - -
~ ,-Norofrni, — Thar in the death of our brother, John
, - , --ty , D. Mahon, F.sq,„ nor her boa lost a brilliant orna'-
- menclhe community a mon worthy; member, his
fataßy a kind and affectionate protector and bead.
That...we deeply deplore his death,
tied, from the brilliant lemon 'of kin life will learn
.7 to emulate his genius and tirolessiondl acid pennon.
.al antiability,courtesy and worth. .1
Rendud, Theta committee of nits be appoint
ed by the Chairman of am meeting, to scarily
:...these resolutions to thp.famity of the deceased and
also an elpFeezian of, confidence cod sympathy at
their great bereavement; *storing the that we, In
-common, with .thecosebres, hare sustained a lose
which it isi imposaiblo, by words, to express.
Alter reading the resolationa, Judge Shafer paid
i fitting - tribute to the memory, °Chia deceased
eriead, and referred pointedly to those brilliant
; qualification' winch gave Mr. Mahon Mich remark.
able prominence and reputation. . 1 -
s. - •.. `tin motina i ..Meure. Shier, HoWard, Swartz.
: welder, Miller, Aailey, Bell,Sweitser, lioplunsand
. . i s Lucas, were - appointed a committee urconvey- the
. sense' of the ,meeting, and a copy • 61 1 the resole
• tiller; to the taffilly of the deceued. ' r
. . The meeting then sajounicd.
Opy" Cautiat at Camp wriglit...ptetabu n ga
smote a ntatch wit them.
01 ilf the grunt events -that hive occurred at
',- Camp Wright, ode of thegreatest wag the arrest
1..0f a spy on last Saturday f PosithrelY a spy, with
"We pound of arsenic and several loaded resolvent."
Theinfonnation came from tbe Cleveland-Leader,
Says that ,'he had been. proiirling round the
camplor seven' days, and 'mai . taken in the act of
i putting_ poison in a well on the - ceap ground." Ai
there re no well on the mond, we admire the M.
, secity of the man who detected hid. Well; he put
poison hiMa.wall when there was boiwell to - petit
and 'then mark what awarroWesespe be bad:
"Had - it not been for theinterferencior several of
Me 'Officers. he would hare been wrung up by. the
. gifted on the spot: , No such thing occurred at all.
,-tiowever, we heartily join with the Leader in the
hope that "he will receive the punishment his of
tense deserves, if he lianas already 4• -
George Cliff, .a _member of Co. I, 2d Penturylva
nis -"came-in on the: Cleveland and
Pittaburgir Radroad,”, to report this Swett to the
.„ . Tire pipers of Cleveland hare aimelitnes• better
H.; fitiliSis then the telegraph for.: gettieg name.. it
r ' is not lotignincs they ascertained, iiom .the Cap.
:Min of a easal-hmtj, that yortegiJohrt Brown bad
" a'regiment of negrOM encamped on Ithe Beaver,
„ near. the mouth of the Cosnoquenening "Go
abroad for Luke sew, at home: , . _ • ,
hiao Case or cant. Badgers. ..
the c i tintinal Court; on - Saturday. Judge
liaCinre rittpageti -that theta wan,' sitotion for •
In the cue of Captain:Thomas Rodgers,
- ecruiriotui of nianstaughtMie the .killin g of Thump.
son Vandegtift. gave notice thatl this motion
"multi be heard on"Moinday 6tollilar, at tea o'oloik.
yg m ,gog'in stolid to
• the Court that, after cam
. - . , ,,Adly.firfewing the notes of trial;dideadint!. tra,
ad tuul came loth. emoderiens thatemler the charge
of the Court they bid found nothing of which they
mid Justly ..lsomplidn, and with the pannission of
the Court he. irould astthdraw Ate-motion In 'arrest
of. Judgment and far • new trial 'Copt...Bedews
was ahmedingly tiesdions of astertaildng.the extant
ef, punishment. and be would be phased to bare
the aeatanee propos:need now. t onc .
Judge McClur e suggested Usat, on day;
matter would be disposed Hof. Ile desired to rang,
the evidenee,ind name he did totsisb to pan am
, 1000119, as be induct entlaktil. _ that the /nu'
on.tite motkm mould be wttadritin.
Nms ALTERZD N o Auks
ors a tux nzar r nins.
—Kamm Fold-arilani,..of iraffenat lick
I"tote724ror . ,tei, Sind. ai laitorring description ,
of a isormiteied "fire Sonar bill cc the
ay Bank, of this stir , . Vig.: etamaboati, rafts ; inc.;
fenhile with rani oa lower 4eR 'ooraar. n Genius
Arcs bliviiiimide boa mijorieraigniminorri sad
looommire, is circle; milowsr left comer. The
genains fires are cam b ered with Mk altered with.
net priamdfgares,p:Tite balsam altered ' from
.glantineonts Oa Was Bank,
„.. ~ ..:,1. kiacairistura ot. rim Priaainion- Titan
Wawa - Scnowa....-Frilieipat, D. Dennteon..,Anala.
, • ":- '-: -*„ 'Ust i brieild.” B. Donlayi — GliMeli/ Department,
"..,:hilillSalib AL-Walkii.s, Intanaidirde . Departnatati
bithrildartha J. Graham. Baths M. Hamer. Esther
Johnson. gum Due., Primary ; Drunuitmen‘blar.
tha P. Gnu, V. Ida blrCluen,i filar. A: Tiausti
Bausa - fd.lloand. Agee, 11. - Dancan. lidlisa Rich.
.. .. 7 ., .- mine, Manta /1. Duman, Doppia William, Anna
- - .',... ..... J. J.- lieducti, Harriet D. Hunter.... i . 1 ..... -: -..- -
, .... unancce.—Ww...Wdlati andlAishiugtoe ,Da
.. 7. pawl, ,r.orrricterr of passim UOllOl4ll money (and
on whose behalf cachou for new trials Warealladlq
. - werwbroughtin lb , sentance ; oa Bawds*. Judge
IPClare rentarhea tattle could .fiall'ailthiag epee
which to bale anew - trial,,. and the motion wee;
;:orarruleri.. The defendants were than each sea. .
'- traced to ad‘httnontriairr the county : fail.
.' Mai - 'lieniamic....l, - man, : earned Edward,' -
: flayhes;.`, ink drowned - on , riday , nulag last,'
. : ..
about wwwatorbtre croulam. the Oh ' in . a Ali
'lsom the Ohio aide to Portiiiilandin ; Va. - eight
• ',' ' z. - - ,' was above ' Staatwandld; where be al ruided a
umber ot pure..Hawn . au - industrious . tau
i , -:- ! J . .' .....tru cli
athtct ruedianaleives behlad hip a wits lad
Dularri.oi:Una-Fi4ch.—.Wei..Firley was held',
3 2 : ' ;. ", to bail; on Satrudshina Dial ; WAN.Jair. Kilter ;
oi, , ir augoolimrati of the plisca;prOarred by
', -• • .. ' - i ... .': . ,." - sajur - id Irainlaita... Kash= that thedahaidast ep
i:iallesierybitrithipriegoaa to w ard. yroaecy.,
taya",ll44l!" to shoot:: -. t i
1 ,. -!...-...... - .'''F.,:t 9 `..Frai 'Dart :w l ; ( 3. l Tt!lik.4 ll l l4 C 6 iimori
.„2,. ; pu mp :., , wa!;:.**4.-liiii,o6l ‘ nlikei ts 110.. o !etallt
r i mit irickaattOta la anima kWh : ally .;to /exalt!
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Bata P. 04 BalUetore - Oci:.
_ _ • July 4%1864 j
.Thi glarionv'Tearth'lss cane and almost gone
again, and each and all who were ablOoliartake of
the lkotlvitles.whir.h onntieued at 4 . a in. and not
'yet =eluded at 9 p.m., are Perfectly 'added. The
talk of borne for limpet few days cans near being
a damper, and a mom hanumrick set Of -Mown St
would Um been bard to dad.' Everything In the
'way,of home ties will come up In 'pito of Wads self
onlta,childnkt; sisters, brothers—and the mem
kind frimnis and good cheer rimmed us to
tome about In solemn sileture: The orders tells,
I. quarters' helped the general bailie& tad outset
not loud bit deep wan; in the hearts ofutinty.ll.ap.
pity the order was countermanded early in the
morning, when illsJor Eau arrived, bringing with
him our band, via Young's,- and announced to us
that privilege we extended to go winmmw bum
prompted;exeepS to Baltimore, provided we return
ed In tinuttor answering roll call. This, of course,
elevated Our young men eonsiderably, end the older
ones were not pony to nail themselvet of the priv
ilege of roaming about the country and 'uni eying the
eights, if they did cot feel In the humor of partici
pating in the fint.;-. •
• At ten o'clock a. in.-drew parade tics ordered,
and putteel to the boar, all who deiired fell
into ranks, each dressed in his best, with their beat
shirts and .white gloves. Every portion bad his
boots or shoes blacked, whether "oleic= or not.
Oar 'Pittsburgh jackets have been carefully. pre.
served, and in most Instances, our short pants. The
latter, for some two days previous, had been under--
going Ora process of renovation. Amin soap and
warm water were used unsparingly, and even all
the sembbiag brushes in the neighborhood .were
brought into requisition. Bach a bury scene is
seldom witnessed ia camp, or such )I complete
cheep in the appearance of any body Of men. To
the people around, they were changed from poor,
miserable . railroader' to 'a handsomely dressed
company Of volunteers, as if by magic, and com
pliments were paid, which it looks like vanity to
repeat. Alter parade and drill, which jested some
two bourn, we were dismissed to enjoy ourselves
to the beet advantage, and then the hilarity and
best of lashes. prevailed. Our whole camp war
surrounded by .ladies and gentlemen, who took
the occasion to pay their respects and become
acquainted with us, and, also, to enjoy the rare
privilege of bevies the band. perform the patriotic
airs now moss in favor than in limenpast. The
daring under the shade of , two large willows,
presented a scene much handsomer than the most
elegantly furnished bitilkreem, and all was happi
ness and harmless enjoyment. This continued
until one p. tn.; then dinner; some good, same or
dinary ; the balance not quite up to the ordinary
standard. For myself, I fared not BO well se at
homeibot much better than anticipated.
Before going farther, I must mate that en invite
tiou wu extended me to participate is the break
ing of a few bottles of .champagne, to the health
gel the Woolly Eons ChM, of Prtuburgla. At ten
a. m., prethiely; we performed the welcome cere
mony and would probably have continued the ait
tins longer had not the order, Wall in Orem" ad
journed the meeting in • somewhat unieremonioue
manner. We did not forger-to rad over their
names and could almost imagme we had them with
me—perhaps at the same hour they were et the
-During the afternoon, some of as tttok occasion
to visit one of the numerous pie.eics to which we
were invited, and we' were received, I might say,
with open arms. It is certainly true that
the world over, do like eoldiere, cepetially when
they Are well dressed and act like, gentlemen.
Hero we passed a coop), of hours veil pleasantly,
beard a good speech on temperaece, (it Will a Sun
day School temperance gathering), talked to a
good marry ladle. a good many time.,;tieud some
very lair manic, both vocal and instrutnental, and
participated in several plays, in tome Of which we
kneed all the good-looking girls, and others in
which we did not. It reminded me of country
gatherinp, several yeara ago, "when I was young
and in my prime," and the same preference op•
pears now, an formerly; to be given to the plays
that have the Yining part included, for we found
in every one where a ties was the fortnit, the dia
meter of the circle was immediately den bled.
Cane Kehrms., BuelhaulFE 0. 4 1 , hlu., t
• Thursday, Jade
Dnan I have tact gut le From guard.
Moat of the fellows hare tented lo to take ensnare
before breakfast; but I thought , I wriold try
keep my eyes open long enough to write to you a
few lines, aa I have not heard trom Youjor some
time. lam writing Lida lying down in my tent, - to
you must net be eurprieed if I abooldl drop asleep
before I finial,.
We have got through the 9th of Jo j, and per
haps you would like to know how we parifild the
day. At Ba. no., Young , . Band madeilui welcome
appearance—(it etaye at Cockeysville) The Col
osellare them orders to spend the 4th with us:
We were ordered to came out with blackened
boots, white gloves, and to make ourselves' look
u well u possible for Pentaytroarsaildirre. The
band left la at 4 p. m. lo the evening the infla
tion of our balloon (which bad bun made during
the dey by name of eta rare,) took place. When
we had it most ready to let loose. it took fee, and
rose up only about thirty feet when it fell to the
green. Nest came the rocket., fire wheels, fire
cracker., &c., &r. We enjoyed our 4th serf well.
I - presume we wine/ return hoots .boat the 251 k;
some, /think, will enlist for thus years in other
ta l t.
eattlplte .111 SOXS 01X1111 leave enaw SIJOISTLYA-
Xt/h. We having fine weather now,•whlch Is very
Aesop sto the flamers, who are cowl* the midst
of harvest. I never saw cherries no plenty. "Billy"
Is 'enjoying good health; he mends ba',love to all.
Clive m 7 kindest regards to Mrs. F-4- and give
Mae *TM." a soldier' s kiss for me . Iteeeive my
beet wishes for you future, as well as jour present
welfare, and believe me to be your sincere friend.
Rebel Flag at Ea= Vally.
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Edifore Gazette: Oar quiet--oneliorei tetra,.
rendered somewhat notorious recently by a puff
in the city paperer, given to our “Well-drilled"
military company, ready to mareh when ordered,
4.e., (which company dissolved at it. Grit meeting
after midaideancement,) was yesterday morning
rendered still more so by the discovery; at daylight,
of the dirty seven spot floating from the trip of our
Unien . pele.
Daring the tight of the 3d, this detestable' Gag
bad been secretly heisted, the rope. lied tut Shy
feet'. from terra- firma; all the loag ladders in
town removed, and the pole tarred to veto a climb.
noweier, the tar proved to be se barrier—a boy
was soon produced to make the iscensiort, tar or
co tar and in thirty mieutes 4, Secealer ,was un
horsed, sad amid cheers loud and leincihe Star
Bpingleil Banner , was run up in frininpb, where
"may it wave."
Although all this actually happened in Enos
Valley, please honor no by paying that such work
could only be done in this ampospherosecrelly.
When it is known who the traitor are, yon may
bear again from Elton. S.
Departure of the Mearlekhralltes,
Thhrtioe company, composed of oat:elicit mate.
rhittbroughout, sad embracing , thermos of a nom.
hie ot. wealthy citizens In the at : shaft* village . of .
flenrlekley, left for Philadelphia on 'Braider after
noon on the 4:20 train,' They, go',ter,
t trtrj'e Regiment, and hove enlisted far three year,
or the war. • ' ,$
On Retards, forenoon, e meeting weir hold in the
Presbyterian Church, at Sewickley; when beautiful
regulation - awards were promoted to Capt. Myers,
and Liam. Shields and Nevin. The 4reseutstion
speech wee made by J. W. P. Whittißsq. Each
man to the company woo at the same time parented
with • copy of the New Testament, and addressed
In feeling and appropriate terms by Rev.l.A.rnson.
The opeasloa woe one of marked interest to the edit-
" Of th. ?MeV, end the oetemonlee'velit long be
remembered by all who had the pleasure of Imtiel.
company I tally uniformed, the clothing
having beat pnerously furnished by the titian, of
Elowleklay valley. A better company, lum not pt
left the, county, end. we anticipate for- them
goldittee welcome to the City of Brotherly Love.
/PTAZT . FOVHD HT THZ Itirce,—On*Wedoeslay
last, aa au olfcer or Wheelies: was lurching la
the river tor articles iont trom st eamers while lyrog
at the landing, ke raked up a• black. carpet
.back: Upon opening the bag be discovered. ' that
it contained • piece of muslin mid ii,bine pleat' or
goods te3mettling like a mosquito bar. lition unroll
Ins the muslin there 'messaged to 'Jewess body
Col an liana, eappored to Oat .140113 , 111111 .4
couple o&dayeold. Coroner Day held ar Wont,
andiron/She testimony ors medical Optimal: it
appears that tie child wu alive whesthrown into
the - water. -There war no evidence dint it had
been strangled, or mond in - ney wiyikefore being,
deposited le the water, where it hod probably been
•. at twenty.lour haunt. The jury; retained a
verdict that the infant came to ita 'death at the'
handatirsome person unknown.' •
P 1,14 Paisweramone—On bahaLf of me MAW of
Mindlsr township ; Bee.- Thompson; of the, U. P.
Church, prasentad an elsgantand cosUilag the
Union eavally Company. or Fitulley township; in
au 'approptials and .wall.tiotsd ipeach:f Private A.
IL &arid remanded on - behalf of the Company In
an ablaut and patrlothispesob, thankful the lento,
and pledging the conspaky that tittle beautiful' gift
should wrest be ' This 'Hoe, Ilenter,of
the Pseibyterbut Churchi followed In a few reteuks
of the right sphit, which were well tecehred. Ar an
shim, be mrptemed his sillinimetate fight
for eeaatrj Ii oeemnry.
Isulke watattsated to -a ;plat:ib! dinner sit
the anemia of the company. The *Tait was pleas-
Unfonabout, and highly oreditabfa to all con-
A 617SPIlintlID Orr, who gari hit name is John
Atental, wu arnstad at Oautp,Cormin on Batarday,
aatartuolthel to orison for a Imirint. 1 / a . had In
hiII"." B4 M I PSPK , Indicating that hie real name
Is blharliw gairit. - Ile pallid through, the eamPr
grgitlohlmtm Atwate/ of the aoldiers;:and taking
phimegraphie notas of the inrormation thus gibed,
in a mall blank book. Among the pipers found la
.kie potpie tram, 04. granting bisn- a furlough for
reMnigAire dip from a Virginiaeompgeg,
MILL Eggggo..—Tlas grist-mill and ;saw teat of
imam SCOW laltad. Creek, daffemon elartry, - Obio,
M» total, destroyed_by on . IPtiltay morning
last:;- Tbe milt:Wu a valuable Oair,i milasuref.
Only tact laurels orAour,FonsurOd Out or a limo
tummy or dinit'aidgeale fa the -min. The - dm
insepreed to hive eatibt fleet the rotated' Grille:
G." Is orate dug Willie et tile 'Attu. 'tqk
aided r rbitatstr la very common irtf-blottlient.' t er agr a iestaaad:bytilelot loan stent4 always
weald . beeta to egapetithClityalty of :kink
all9 l l - .llorfk, PlUfP:qgt4llobs4.berlltit
Latest tie Seat Of War.
r, TWA •
Tae Rebels an adna,44 Baas, sad
are etdreichiag u, they coma OYiOr Mbar • PM:
,paring detonate to met..their ieteed 2 -ia case they
The 34th Plow TWA - regiessei‘Col.. Ladee, lf.
rived to Watts and ars quartered oa Pateaylvaila
(recite. The 25th (N. Y.) arrived this so mas.
- colt 81011110111 Colosss. " , ' - - -'•
Col. Stonee cola= ants on the point of occapy.
lug HarPees Ferry when a special nreseenger left
at two o'clock yestardsy. It would doubtless NV
taken pouession of list night.
The several regiments had bad considerable
ihirmiahlog from tone to tune. In every cue the
Rebels took to their heels or borate' heels. On e
a captain of cavalry forded the river 12 the lace f
twentypr thirty, who ran when be drew hi. el.
The Defenses Oppeslte Washlnsloa.
An army officer, a granite at Wait Point, and
who went through the Mutsu War with , flying
colon, gave It as hit opiates yesterday that the idea
of attempting to alarm the defeniire 'marks across
the river is simply absurdiand has never been en
tertained for a moment by Jeff. Davis o&Besute
gud. That if than works could be taken at all,
ten thousand men would be jest as admit ft* the
coupon as one hundred thousand, endther fluionly
method bywhich any headway can be wadi against
them is for the rebels to snocausfally approach our
lines, and 'erect batteries with which to demolish
the works by plectemeaL
irees.Wahnsmi Getting Ready to Wight,
The following dispatch leas been received here:
iim ar ay a bi. v , yo., Them lcy, July 4; Ip.
We hive intelligence here that General 'Johann
seems disposed to make a stud at last. He is :tow
directly In front of General Pattenotes army, and
seven milu off; only. His command conelste, to.
'day, we are enured, of 15,000 men, of which 600
an cavalry. General Patterson must 'get up_with
him by sunrise to-morrow morning, anus ha ram
ose/ again. Burnside . * Rhode Illend Battery has
joined General Patterson."
General Fiessont , g Western Depatiment.
General order No. 40 oonstitutes the State of
Illinois and the States and Territories west of the
Mississippi river, and on this side. of the Rocky
Mountain, including New Mexico, a separate mili
tary command, to he known as the Western Depart.
went, under Moja General Preniorkof the United
States army, with headquarter, at St. _Lent,.
Conc l entration .t UOIOII Tsoe
Last eight the Third United States infantry 800
strong, passed over the Long Bridge Into Vir ginia,
and will lona a portion Cl the advance column.
Three other regimeals alao marched about mid
night.. The Garibaldi Guard and three other regi.
meats also marched about midnight. The Ger
man Bleaker Rilles will take op thetsline of march
to-day from this aide, and wilt also loan a portion
of the advance column. The entire Ince comps.
big this advance movement will be the largest and
most formidable aver wltneseed in this country,
cambering, as it will, upwards al fdity thousand
.picked men, formed into brigades of flier donna
each, and officered by the ablest and most acms.
ciliated men in the regular entice. The spectacle
will-be one of the grandest the world ever saw. No
criemy'con 'stand long before - such an army.
Five thonsantipse sreAO be moved to the Vir
ginia side of the river to-night.
The cop' Perigee ender G eneral filcDun ell is to
count ol lofty thoennd men, divided tato lour di
vision" 01 ten tholeand men each—the first ender
Gen. Tyler,the second under Colonel Eeintselmen,
and the third older Colonel Bunter. The truth is
to loins a reserve. Etch division will be composed
of two brigades of tour regiments, and enmity
and archery sufficient to constitute the complement
of ten thourand men.
Where the three column. will combine, cannot
be stared. Bat we may centers to say at it will
be at a point beyond Falai: Court Heine.
When the movement will be made, it is not safe
to prophesy. Bat everything indicates that the
or of marching is not smiler distant.
[The Reporter for the Ant:l4W Prue, however,
lays there u ea to be atty:movement. - Re eaya :
Notwithstanding. that router bas advaneed env
may Into the heart of Virginia within the last
twenty-four boars, end antlelpated a bloody and de.
elites battle, the position occupied Is Shutt the saute
• Thom is no mon, reason to anticipate a hasty for.
ward mainmast at (Ma time, than them was a month
ago, when newspaper correspondats indulged In
snob intlorpitions 'sightly; though additions made
to our strength since that time now indicate the ins.
mina, preparations that them were then pt stmeam
ry for such a campaign as will attend an 'drams to
Richmond. The rumor currant In Washington to.
day, that our troops have advanced within throe
mils. of Fairfax, Is incorrect.
Capitate or Rebels to 'Western Virginia.
. Mr. Caddo, of the Goose,
received a dispatch
from Governor Puerto oat, of Vaiginis, to-day, am
nosticiog that two uhio regimesu had surprised a
tent of Rebels at Boethatmort,Virginia,eaptartag
four hundred, tilling thirty, and tramp two him..
A Movement Dawn the Patomrae.
The Minnesota regiment left this city on Wed
nodes evening, is two steamers, Iron) the Navy
Yard, with thew baggage wagons, tents,.&c., an *
trip down the Potomac. Their deatinationwai not
made known, but Wiz generally thought that they
were bound to Machias Point oath the Intention of
dislodging any Rebel tome that may be there, and
subsequently ot erecting fortifications there and
occupying the point. This place y a vary import
ant location on the liver, and it has heels loved so
from the het that the channel runs so close to the
river bank that a vast deal of mischlet can be
done to unarmed etuel, paying think The Min.
negotiant' took with them all the nee... wary tooth
for throwing umarthworkv, and there in tio doubt
they will at once take the poinl,and encamp there.
From Gen. Patteroonos Column
13Ammons, Thursday, July 5,1551
Pasnropra by the Western train from Bandy
Hook report Colonel Stone them with 4,000 troop'.
They will be joked by 1.000 more to-morrow, and
arose the Potornee, to aid General Patterson, who
wait atMaitinsburg with 22,000 men..
General Jsekson (Rebel) has fallen back upon
Geo. Johnson's_ position at Banker h al, between
blartinebtrrg and Wine:hula; whenna battle is es
pasted tomorrow or next-day.
Johnsonhu moved forward the heaviest part of
his column to Banker Hill, a small village ten miles
below, Ilia column bas boon garland, weakened
by fending four thousand mon forward to assist In
opposing lieClellan's advance. It is therefore re
dared to about 12,000, and G numerically less than
An Men of the Medial Staff of Col. Jackson's
Brigade, us -It rirtninted from the battle of Monday,
at Ualnestrille, through this . plan, 11 11 4 holed with
hint 13 wounded men.; these, with *bat are Mimi*
to'be in farm houses in the neighborhood, would
make the Kobel lose fully 25.
Tao enemy passed through here on blonde, after
noon, with 42 ,prisoners, taken from vatic= Penn
sylvania rogideme—some of them who left the Hass
tolled upon their own hook, and-wen mostly of
Capt. Hiss' company in the 15th Pennsydrania
mont, who Wadi surrounded by the enemy's/m.4aq.
who, being - dressed exactlYlike regulars, were mis
taken by the Captain for our own men, until mist
&nee was unless.
Another Pight to Wisteria Virginia.
The Washington Slur has a special correspon
dence from Graeae, dated July 3, which says that
a battle was feeght at Beckerman, Upshot comity,
CM &today night, indlhat the rebehi were routed.
The report *gems to be true, for the same paper
her a later rpacialiwhich confirm the firm in most
part. The correspondent says r
'Shortly attei I closed my letter to yea 'yesterday,
see received information of a coneiderable fight, at
Meet in results, between Gan. Morris. column
or (MeCiellanbe) army sad the ensure, com.
mendedby either Henry A. Wise or Bob Garnett,
(late of the United Sumo army ' ) io peraoo. It
WO place to the right of Backanien. Oar troops
engaged Were almost entirely Ohioans; the Third
and Youth regiments, that bad gone ant by the
way of Clarksburg. The cinema bringing the news
here 'usher could not lam (at Clarksburg)whet's.
er Wise or Garnett commanded'On Disunionista,
_who, retreated u hastily u passible, with the loss
of twenty-three killed, two hundred prim:mere and
eirentPene hones: that Morris Captured.- Oa our
side, net a Man was knelt; -• • • .
The action took place on Siadajaight.-that is,
Very early on Monday morning, I Presume.' Bich
is -a tcoput of the affair received hare, se ea._
plaided above. Our troops immediately after the
light, continued the puritan al the retreating ene.
my.i. We have mewl from across.the earatspithat•
Gen. McClellan cspects to tome uwwith the enti.
01 at Laurel Hill to•Wiorrow.-the 4th: : A could.
ereble potties of , Wieete refee it posted them:aid
a, that 'quit "probibly r . by that time be Joined
by . the farce ' the Valente's whipped on Bonds,
night near . BuChannon, if Wine. will treaters to
Bight 'any where, it wilt Probably be there. ,'
.171storletuusee en Obi 411silatWileideir;
is • Itnomr, - ,delp C1.,Ja1y.2.. • •
Last Pridey night 350 troops f rom Perkersbuit,
of the 17th rig -tweet, landed : at • Reieniwocid, Vu.
shoat forty Miles from Parkerstn.l Oa Batordiy
they went out to Ripley, the •cosity r seat of kick
son coeety, and took thirty prisoners, who were
sent to Wheeling. Oa ;Sunday .500': seeessionlets
suited at Ripley, from Charleston, Elusawba.• This
morning the tranuott steamer Mermen passed spi
and landed tom MO to COOsoldiers atßarenswood.
These are from Gallipolis, Col. - Martin command.
ing,• - A jolt from Ravenswood sip the Value
man intend marching on the Rebels towley. PII
such is the case, there will be some warm times
heraaboou soon, es the Rebels will likely be rein-.
forced treat Cattleatart.
Cur Ariny In violinist.
.oAir 'llactsitatipx, Joly
'• Tnlegraph Pelahe from Clarksburg to Beckham
non thin . .Davialon still enettitied,
Mg subsistence. .nemy reported Mittel 2000 strong,
too miles thilaide a Beverly, preparing to &Pilate
our way by .harmiaing the army. There le bona
small rebel force at -ffilttonville; 'They are Min.
centnited chietly_atLanirol Hill and Liedville. '
Operations levee Ktuiswlia region are getting
interesting.. It; it likely 0. imaging* Wise le ea.
Wappeir by . Mir time. 'Night ,befort last Lig n i s „
botched and . Bhortle, of the 10th Tedium task:
mat,. with 60 111111 i;. to'ileit 175 Bebele, - °1
Jaeksonville,flitesit miles Smith NI Ilackhaneoni
Bronszp—Sines the id oi-Jazw, 78Q1, if. W.
Summer ReSii+ l ! 'PS l l, l l‘ l 4 l rf. 1 4 / I Va
Ate fail ;frui
ukt ant tortsal Yet
et4lol4 40 #04.11!“.t
t . L
THE, , LerESZi
RECEIVED AT THE DAILY 'Waal E . OFFICE.
Reported Fight at Sisso
FORTY OM TOE USCUOLIS
Cw. Win & Capt. Pato lotta4
!Special Dlntatalt to Ms Gaseato
Gov. Wise, wttb fifty tees as a body
der Capt. "Patton, eras attacked by
G &tea of flasoirille,Kanawha coontyj .
Pat:" weff!ntalton, wounded, and
Lourevitat, Jely 6.—Notwithstandi .g the stop.
page of the LevinMe and Nashville Railroad, the
American Letter Emus Company cotithioe to re
ceive and !inward mail matter malllarkirrille regu
larly, and travel North and South continue by the
same route. Unreliable nouns are prevalent of
apprehended danger from Tennemeemis in re
ference to the stoppage of the first sashed road.
A spatial dispatch to the Nutrias Unfou of the
sth, from Richmond, reports that Patterson% loan
in a skirmish with Col. Jaclyn, L SO.! Yu.kson'a
force was 4 500, whereof six ware killed and twen
The Mobile eldvertuer, of the 2d, says that 6000
Federal troops are on Santa Rona Island.
The Picayune of the 3d, says that the Confed
erate ship of war attester" ran the blockade on
Saturday, putting to sea. She has a 'crew of 05
men-20 marines. I
The following is in the Southern pipers of the
"New Orleans, July 2.—The euemy L has seised
the telegraph isurtroments at Pan a Lontre. A
United lutes steamer left the bar yeiterday.
volition occurred on,the Mobile and Ohio Railroad
on the let, at Tretiton, Tenn., wherein' two sol
diers! were killed and twenty-five badly Wounded!'
Reliable informetion from Camp Troindale,
Tenn., says that the maids, and smell pox are
prevalent among the soldier,. livery train carries
from 20 to 30 of the sick into Nashville, and sel
dom a train comes without a corium or two. An
eye.witness inform, as that cut tlie.4th; the eleven
o'clock morning down train from Louisville, was
stopped at Richland, Tennessee, ostensibly to
watt the op train. The train was ordered to tramp
Trousdale There, a file of soldiers, under htsj.
ktoward, surrounded the train - with loaded arms,
putting three or lour cars into locomotion, and put
ting three men into each paw:agar oar. They were
hummed to shoot the engineer, or any body who
c latl,th i e h irp .trata"wthuermonei, n e arrm IltTtitalinjs Head,
gether with a freight train, were rent back to rain-
Westitsoio . Joky 6.--g:rat slight ode of the
New York 6re Zoinsee was assamutated in front
of a row of two aolorioes bonus of viell repata
lion, on Maine avenue, near nor lad a;.ball street.
No possible clue to the perpetrator had been die.
covered, nor base therauthoritira yet been able to
ascertain the name of the wounded.Zouive. Thin
afternoon at .three o'clock, survival Zniesea lad
others, went to the tenements above ldanuoned,
and entirely broke op and destroyed thp:farniture,
drove the inmates forth and set the boome on ere,
end by their conduct prevented the ere - compa
nies from ratingnishieg the flutes. The bouses to
co:mei/once were entirely consumed With their
contents. Great excitement presaged and the
.Provost Mental interfered to forum, quint. Sev
eral arrests were made.
She battery of the Second Rhode gelded Regi
ment taper - resealed 'nth their nee amide on - the
Monument grounds, thin afternoon, in each a man
gier an • to elicit the Isamu conimendetion of all
present, including , several military iengineers.
Among the 'penitent ware thePrwdett and Gov.
Sprague. The rang* of shot wee three to four
WASIUNOTON, Jots 6.--Clptaill Baird; Assistant
Adjutant General, is now acting anCtiiirol Stenos
Gen. Tyler's Brigade. '
Captain John MeNati, cif the tOiti Infantry, hay.
beg, while in command at Fort 1 ilaramee,
given latialactory evidence of his disloialty to the
Government, the President directs his dame to I.
'trickle from the roll. 01. the army. 1 Ile alei
directs that the name of Bergson Wapiti, o Guild,
of the Medical Staff, be stricken from tbe rolls (or
refusing to renew Meats!' of allegiance.
The chapialas of the New York Regintenis have
-been mastered into the service for twojeare, and
will receive the pop and allowances that are gram.
ed to the chaplain. of the three 'years regiments.
FORT Sienear,Jaly 6.—Tbe piny eipress pus•
ed her* at 7 eelock tut u gbL
Praaeirco Jan 26.—The Barium Court
h rendered a del'aion la too Lime Potpie, el.
tablhbing the right of the General Clorr eat to
ban property condemned as • cite for fortifica
tion, and purchased at actual talue: d iThls - is •
point of Jocks near the estrum* or Ban ranelsco,
ehlels uertain apecalaters been'sn voting to
sell to the gotemema at the estrus; t price of
$20,000. • .
11. Taaaphktatfran experienced ladlan ghter, has
been engaged In the Interior countle• lo .spelling
• regiment of riflemen, consisting of 100 men,
shirt' he proposer to offer to the War , epartatent
to Laird the overland malt and Frontal . • emigra
tion from which the Federal troopa me tddng
. wi -
drawn. Some of the leading military m n are -
gaged in the movement, mid It is Impose:did t
Senators Baker, Latham and hfollougall sill •
the acceptance of the r•gilnent by. the Wr Leman.
A dr '
.. destructive fire occurred at Cotton's*iid, Lyske
gen county, on Thursday, COMMA:Ig tbe entire
burial= portion of the town. Low $4O, CO.
The grain harvest has commend to parts of
the State. The crop win never dam Thug is an
eighth more land tinter cultivation Ms year than
ALIZAIDIVI, July 6.-=Two privitas oilio Michi
gan .Fint met scouting yestarday with ut orders,
and returned last acting, waning they !ap
proached within two mills of Fairfax. meting a few
of the Confounder, whom they find upon, killing
one and creating a general stamped* 'thong that,
pickets. Another smiting party of eke name mgt.
meat met with four retail cavalry non 01 ad's Mill.
The lattornolog them did, although oily two in
number and on foot.
La kfountaltioN. --
La Mountain's balloon was brongbt, to Camp
dioDowsil, Due PO/ Chard', to.day. Preparations
are being made to inflate it Is
rho Third Maine Regiment, Col. Howard, arrived
Mont. Baines's Artillery era encamped at the
North and of Washington Street There was a dross
parade and review of the troops of thte brigade to
day; they Indicated a remarkabla degree of im
Moe. Carry Is the name of the ZIUSTI) killed at
goincr, lil., July b.—Seward, the man who as
tousinaied Moron, at Canton, Mo., on tho 4th, was
arrentiel the same day by a oompany of Home
Onerds, who wore persuaded by - Bonator:Oreen to
give him la charge of a constable, to bet taken to
jail at Monticello, Green's intention boleti. Mesta
him after leaving the town. They wore met on the
way by a Union company from Lagrange scanty,
who bad humped of Green's Intentions. The priso
ner was taken by them from the constable, and re
turned to Canton. Orton fled, though hotly purr
sued. He escaped by !awaits his borne fed hiding
10 the woods. .
Two more compantu of. Col. Palawn's : regiment
started for Canton last night, -
. par 4 of stated
twenty troops, under command of es.Gor. Wood, • f
thh State, who were In pursuit of Jim dram r
turned to Canton peetatday orating;, hating cap
ad' him: Ifs was plaoad for sari kosplag in • a
College building, which Col. Palmer ii.ualog at a
barraoks for. the prommL
Lessen/norm July 5.....;We are under
dorm to the editor or the Port Scott fleiseerd for
the following items
„regarding the; movements in
Missouri. • On Jane 231 b, he says Goy. Jackson's
Someway called a Stanton of the Missouri Legiala.
tars, to meet at Saressie, 'lO toilet . .sontheast of
Fort Scott, for the purpose of pusisistrordituume
of secessios The rebels is Wettest' Missouri are
coommisatl4 at that point: Fumtites tram-Jasper
county 11/011 hourly twirler at Fort Scott, and re
port s tell-01111MM' of 7 eirkirs'in that section. ' Ulm
mooned' that Dr. Wilson, Dr. Ulinate 'end other
leading Union mes s have Weir hluag.l Is moms
mums, seeping' fugitive, bore been followed into
Kaoedbj the Secessionists. . -
Montgomery, with 4011,sies, entered Misarmri on
the morulug..of. the 24th, but hie iobjeCt*ae sot
Sr.LOOP.Iy 6 A dispatchtrom Ulla Hoek,
Ark., dated the 3011., to the htainplthrAPpral says
the Militareßoard has listed a proclamation
tag for 10,000 men, 10 repeftlt• - invasion of the
Pedant Mope, through Ittesoori. Satin compasy
is to arm Itselt.with the anal weapon: of the
eenntry, oxilfornialk its owe teeth and cathp equip
age, which are to be paid for by the State. Reg.
innate are ordered to organize for immediate set ,
• Gen:l,lon, with upwards of 200 troops,' eft
Booseritle on the =rata! of 311,' for the So • lb.
Curcio's-Tr, JOT C . ,=-Gba. Pool 4bdgion ie r d
yeateiday afternoon, aged
, Moat. 31 , Gotrais arrived at Columbus Yesterday,
with twanty4brits Besosabsaista of the Kanarba
Valley,:tabto by Cal. Norton s et:simian& as hoe.
tares lot Video meg carried od by tabelostalry.
Theywei7ti to Cuoo ;
-Qatirce July G..—Thestaawhip riteat * :gastarn,
from raised Rules du Loip at 8:50 this
mousing, - ttbei was oar tb• North Shoro and ap.
Ouraltl7 ioi i eer7.rut. fit , couatqaaaea of, width
abs was uohboarded. 'Oa bar Amu! bairs,:wbicb
will probably be about three or (au ' o'aocit; we
hopa.to get bar wan:
Musts4utti 6.—Mti. (km MoC6ll' his
laud an orb; iltutlag sub of ths Vona -Tee.
Meatrof tbs . twono,t•tirpt of PosoiltrailW to hi
Wag at 'onto to the otaxlmito attoz atiodaid of
1,816 Mtn sad oten.. A 632420 of osnrl 1000 mon
.00 has hadded to nal' P4rts4/.largo and kdeo
Intl stir. „ ' • ,
It • •• •
iw Your, tato 6.—The mouser esilli; ot ths
Chluisitos hue, has boss chatotwed br o t hs:,6os.
annalist, and too° bs Win faux i.gini•bokt, mid'
repoct nye -that the Adger, or thermals lbw,' wilt,
also twititaUstir transformed. ' 1 , t i . , i .,....
is ß ei i ritti N ood all ia l te , . 4" llliii l6 7SOflbr• S""Wi totia Ci r i O 4" lld ' Pebt .;l l
Itla will take the tatentotii trill Au' MAKS ' i
-., FOS hisossoid two . bays, Iliad witk: '
wont entail searibid lath. Wawa
riitskto i-saultingitopeetinag,"4.4pV, '
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liVirmerotr o isty'B, 1661.
Wright mun/need the death et
Mr. Senates, of Picanaylvaaia, hie belittle, taloa,
and °fared molatione or prorosoi:rovot tor-his
lon, and sympathising with the Wane eidiceaged:
T he members will wear the Mal badve of nurern-
Mr. Colfax alio paid as 'lemma! Waits to th•
demised. Ileator.llizitton, Campbell, MePharos.
Moorhead and McKnight all followed, la a angst
strain of remarks.
The resolutlinu wen adopted.
The Roue them adjounutd. •
S mum —llr. Hale, of N. 8., moved that the
Senate proofed to sleet an Assistant Door.keeper,
which wu agreed to.
Mr. Lau, of Kum, gave notice that he shoal . d
introduce a bill dheoting that on the Ist of August,
1881, all commandants in the Army and Navy of
the United States to assemble from their mural
commands Court Martial,, and defining the juisdla
don of said sourta
Oa the ballot for dealstarit Doorkeeper, 41 rotes
were call; him Barret received 30; Charles Jonas,
8; aerdbaing, 2. kw Barret war dialared duly
fly of the
Mr. Wilson, of Mau., presented the sandal bllla
of which ho gore notice on Thursday.
Mr. Crimea, of lowa, awned that the bill to pro
moti the efficiency of the army be refened to a
epeeist committee of nine Busters.
The President of the Senate than announced the
Standing Committee/ of the Senate
On Foreign Relations.4destrs. Sumner, Colla
mer, Doolittle, Wilmot, Browning,Polk and Brea
On Military ♦hairs and Militia—Messrs. Wilson,
King, Baker, Lane, of Ind.; Lane, of Kansas,
Rice and Latham.
Oa Finance—Mean. Fessenden,Simmoni, Sher
man, Howe, Hunter, Pearce, Bright and M'Dougul.
is Naval Alain—Mean. Hale, Grimes, Foot,
Sherman, Thompson, Nicholson, Kennedy and
"Oir Commeree—Moan. Chandler, King, Mor
rill, Wilson, Ten Eyck, Saulsbury and Johnson, o
' - Oa Jadiciasy;—Bieurs. Trumbull, Foster, Ten
Eyck, Comae,. Harris, Bayard, Powell end Cling.
•On Pat 01Bees and Post Roads—Mum,. Cella•
mer,. Diion, Wade, Trumbull, Rice, Bright and
Os fiesolutidiary [ elatMa . — Menrs. King, Chan.
dler, Wilkinson, Hale and Nesmith.
On Public Lands -Mania. Harlan, Bingham,
Clark, Pomeroy, Johnoni of Tenapasee, Rice and
OA Claims—Mears. Clark* Strieruns,
Pomeroy, Polk and Thompson.
On Prince Land Clems—Mean:liarris,Foater,
Sumner, Polk and Bayard. : •
Oa the Muria of Colnuto4—Mews. Grimes,
Dixon, Morrill, Wade, Anthony, Yermody and
Oa Indian Allttra—Meions. Doolittle, Drilkinson,
- Cowan, Foote,:loute, of MMus, Harlan and Wee•
Oa Patents and Patent Orßee—Mean. Simmons,
Sumner, Cowan, Tboinnegm and Saulsbury.
Oa Pudic:a—Wars. Foote, Bingham, Lane, of
lod., Howe, Wilmot„ Pomeroy and.Siolabary.'
On Public Boildinp and PablinGrounds—ademrs.
Foote, Anthony, Chandler, Bright andemsedy.
Hate, Browning, Johnson, of Tena.,and Bragg...
Oa Engrossed Bills—Mum Lane, oflodlans,
- Man ill and Latham.
Toy Audit aid Control Via Contingent Expanses
of the Boosts-4destre Dixon, Clark and Johnson,
of Tennessee. . "
On Enrolled 12111*--Ifeerro.Bitastun, Baba and
On Pnneng--Mosere. Antboby, Hatlar' aid
Oa Library—lisurs. Pure*, CoHamar and Pos
Alley some discussion, the hill of Mr. Wilson
to promote the efficiency of the anny was referred
to the Committee of Nine, viz : Meson.'Wilson,
lisle, Latham, Sherman, TowelliCoiran; Him
Keened? and Howe.
The other biliewere referred to the Committee
cis Military Affairs. • -
Alter the erectus. sessile,
*napalmed thedeath of Hoe. W. IL facrastosh of
Ps., a member l ot the Houle or Representatives.
Mr. W. paid a brief *atop to the public and
private worth of the deceased, sad at the close of•
fered the nsuvrresolotions i when the SUMO en.
LATEST FROM EUROPE
Pralne& Pollee, July 6.—The Great Eastern
named here on her way to Quebec with troops.
She bring. Liverpool dates to . the :Nth ol Jane.
• The steamer Hibernian arrived out on the 25th,
and the City of. Washington ea the 26th. The
steamer. Anse', and Edinburgh bad sailed for New
York. The latter has 1203,000 is gold.
Sir A. Bethel; has been confirmed as Lord Chan
cellor of England. . , , ,
- Loverpool, June. 27111-The min of Cotton for
three dare meant to 12,000 hales; of which 10,-
000 were to speeidatom antexporteut. The mar
ket is unchanged, and closed firm.
• The Maaetteeter m tots were quiet, quotations
being barely maintalne . • -.
, lireatimuTs are firm , with more enquiry.
Prelatic= an steed .
London, Jane 27 minis 8914891.
Lard Chancellor Campbell died auddenly from the
mpturd of a blood ramiel,
The Sultan of:Turkey died on the 25th, and was
macceeded by MI brother, Abdul fists Khan.
Everything wig quint at Constantinople
Sir. J. Ferguson, to the House of Commons, con
demned the radios of relnforeemmats to Canada.
and Mr. Maslen siao thought the Government was
inouning anion' responsibility. Lord Palmerston
defended the act of the Government, se the usual
precautionary Measure of all Govemments In the
immediate vicinity of hostilities. The step Indies.
ted no distrust of the faith of the Northern States,
nor want of confidence in the Canadians ; the time
wu fit and proper, biome reinforcement' can only
be sent to Canada ia the hammer. ' .
The loss by the onftegration in London is ores
2,000,000, and same estimates am high as three
and four millions. It mu nearly.covered by bun
The recognition of Italy by Fcaao• bad been far
Llrope of .—The weather was fivOrable for the
crops—rather showery. MUTTS. Wake6ld & Wakb,
and hethardeow, Spence A Co., report floor quiet
at 34i 6d®47. 6d, for American. . Wheat steady,
with a better tone, and more inquiring; red Ifis Bd
'@l2a; white 12a@13s Cd. Corn needy; mixed 484;
yellow 28.1@6d; white 30,@31 .sd. Beef firm.
Pork steady. Bacon 'quiet. Lard doll. Tallow
in but little inquiry, and prices . weak; North
American, 4950605. Mein dull, common 6a 3d
@6. 4d. Spirits! of turpentine dell, and nominal
at 43a ®430,84.. Pot mhos quiet at 34e . Pearl.
quiet. Sugar steady, prices quiet. Coffee quieL
Losidon.—Breadatuffs d.alining. Wllllat dull and
11:324 lower for inferior ; new la closing steadier.
Boger quiet Cardia Amt. Tea Awn. Bice Amt.
Tallow qulet at 52®535. Bales of Illinois Central
*bares at 40@39 discount; Nile sharer 214532; N.
Y.' Central 09. 0011001/ quoted at 89112)1331, for
The Timis motioned to maintain that the Amer
icans have no ground for their abase of Ragland,
beyond mortiAcation at Regland'e lack of 'precis.
Bon. It says Northerner" ,bans thrown themselves.
into a passion, and must be left to mom. •
Bir Archibald AWoa, In • letter to Cassius IL
Clay, contends that the Americas Constitotten IS s
tailors, and nommenda a Vationil Chunk and
Monarchy as a remedy.
Tie..conßagration in London, inkfly tele/priest
by the Persia, was the, most dinstmus for genera!
Bons lounense plias Of warshonses on the Burry
Bide of London bridge, Ailed with all kinds of pro
duce, were destroyed.
The recoguition of Italy by Prieto has been an
nownesd in the Mosicsar. end by Baron Rituals In
the Italian Palisinsnt. The latter mid that Moto
made relations between the two countrim would NOD
Tba Part boor.. MI eat at 77@60.
A parry of Bourbonists landed near Syracuse and
ware arrested bJ. the troops on the pa alt. They
warm subsequently shot.
The Italian Chaatium adapted s bill in relation to
National Annanent. , -
The Pope wu but improving - sit last sweennta.
The aviation In Himigarywan . reported to be in.
A paid prevailed at • Calcutta, owing to,oplass:
epecalatioule - ' •- *: ,
The Chinese rebels bad takid Hoag Kong.
OILLT .111111rtAlRe—Thp 'proceedings in Parlia
ment on the 26th ult. were wholy unimportant.
The great Ora in - Landau was - still horning in
route vaults, hitt wee 140:irking groually subdied.
,FlLASCC.—Yolitics were eaimportant:
The Bonin wee improving.--On the iGth mates
were quoted at 674 65e. t •
The new' treaty of cemeniree•between Franco'
red eondrated. , i It will invelre a geaernl
remodelling of the tariff duties,
BrAin•--A royal demos admits cotton at murk
lower dues la. Spain trom,f3eptember till January.
. The Spent& prod/Mallon Wain ;to the AIM/.
can war, says the Queen is '&omb:id to diem
the strieteet neutrality between the federal States
of the Union and the Ilaithdarabs States of the South.
With this view it la prohibited-0 aim. WA, or At
out privateers, no matte: endive what flag; in any
Spanish part. Private:l and prier in prohibited
nuestaleg over 24 hours Ins ykt k aldt port, save
armsurgent la of neeeesity. to ease the har•
Wu authorities are to mapsl them to mooed to as
as early as possible, sad nol allow them to ship but
what ts neasesary, and new 'under any pretext,
arms and ammunition: /To . fittkdes ,takreging ‘ to
Ow may be wad. Spaniards are' problbltad
taking woks en althre MI, and ,to :abstain Dom
all acts which may be regarded's/ olefin' to neg.
Imes.—The G&W Osumi , the N .
port ofthe landing of -}kuirlundsta sad &Wenn Of
=ran to Sie; gel says only ques Bourbon
/ma landed then.
The Pero rierrespeadest of the Tyanfr. bye lilts.
alb's note to reply to Prow& teeeWnon, Is .drat
and totoomprozoleing. does neladalt of reser
sedorui„ and declines stiteeng late gay sapeemest
which would linden with" tke •reirdueess of the
Ilosoanr.--lbrports had hem' ourinat the
English Ambasseder at.VisenaluAlgehrted on.
lution of the Ibingarien queetio . o,lnt:loll4olohd
joureargin a dada. . 4
Thibault)* reports Malin to health of As
Semmes of :Angola ere totrtras:.
, • •
6.—Tke Mimed fl(ite Coons.
tion - hie bees atruiriallpatUrl to, lineal Isforsos
, I*.)3lll•llliainsmlikestrof :ctidaitesis:
lag.,..:Alte.imare to do PacifieliaStost
"i°e*tbq 10 1 .,°:.'40 1 -0*,1 1 4 1 ,
i ' Welkorapaninii;by Adjatast Gaunt' with
, thair . Ariter
and daughters, mired thie . wrossiug
ide Baltlitai. ' , They spent As di.Oldi Point
and Newport Nowa. Toro daugh td,Rbowthtl,
Chum. Col. Yoritamirseleer, aid to Ceases! Bath
Prof. Butlatt, at Wert Pout, and Mr. _Cobb, eon
hdeffithldfild* odlM. '
.fume, and - aIsO - or, air .
party.. A"eand review was held at Niurpcire Nan,
and also at Fortress Moroi and,turp H 12111 .,
toe.,:Besides a short respite - troth Xis . datlis
thit i nab
at Washington , th visit GU Beerattry - Centeroit
relates to aeries quireinsata .ak Bruges. Star
roe in man and ma ' ...for 4 11 rt i
s t operatioas;
His safe loamy steith=r will ' be withheld
from Gen. Batter, d that the, Irisityiill bergirodne.
tire olthchapplest resalls. iGea. Staler, Seeps.,
wary Cameron and party, will pay their tispectnto
Commodore Strinetun before ther;depertar• for
Washington dos evening. f •I , ,• ,_..
Col. Baker , ' ugh:nat. , : &Trivia fr - o f Baltiiiiire
this =ming, and have encamped do this side of
Hampton Creak, Cola Biker its . Was *inapparent;
would be made • Brigadier.
ry Galual. t i i . • •.' -
.Ccl. Duea wu yesterday promo to the rub
of Brigadier General, to - .command at Camp Haw.
Brigadier General Pieiae gammen s the MSlZO
anisette Regimen= in Bailees villa IP:
Gen Butler, ye eterdayonade. a stirring speech
to our troops at Camp Ilarnilton. I
There is to be a celebration at the Relieve Camp
The Monticello ysetarday find at oob of ottr Usual
boats, a abort distance *ban Newport News, but
fortunately no one was lUituid. .19114 u made a re=
coohsanoe op Janiu river about -put eight
o'clock this miming, and when fire miles trout
Newport Neu she discovered ••rebel force of about
700 on the 'bore aid Imutildiets4 Oltan" -a
lire upon them. Bight comp anies turf tent by land
to sustain her.
There was a land reconnotuance . Newport
News yesterday, and somas - hots e god frith the
rebel vedettes. .
The obnoziou flag of trus ss I, do slink frost
Norfolk, socrompanW by a tug carry Ohs British
flag. - The Brldsh Count at - Norfolk, a noted Be:'
oautonbt, is on hoard, anti in his efforts to
visit Baltimore. , .
About - Br, o'clock tbia7morniog b renty-five.ol
Hawkins* Zooms encountered are I force, sap.
posed to number about one hand d and fifty
Joeindingimenty-five cavalry, and on field piece,
own from Newport Beim. tis repo rt ed
that three rebels were shot, sod aloof the
Zotiaves. They sent in Or remfo onnents, and.
five companies of Zmaree were a of to anemia'
them. . . ...,
FOTIM Pilowans., July, .o.—Befur •
lure of the Secretary al War yeller
theta was a grand 'snow at Caws .
fire-works, a grand dinunr- and at.
were prolonged to a late hour
An alum occurred at Hampton ab •
and Gen. riaren came to Gip Fottacia
supply of ammunition.
batteries are being erected
in the'dtrettion of New Maket Bodi
The California Regimen Col. Bak
become very popular here. i The Colt
Wallington last night. ~i -
The Zoaaves hare been order ord
but they still remain in the.camp.
-_. Sewyees projectile on the Rip-Rap
noon throwiag shell at a supposed riel
Sewell% Bohn. , . i ' • - -.-
5..111Lir, int 'truce went lc, Craney slenda•day
wittrapiateesiding in the South: --. ' ' •
The tillowiag -is a correct account of did Wan: .
rash at Newport HOWE: Capt. Hon el with Ilk;
ty men of„Col. _Hawkins , teguneet hileron a re
coneolmealaqdday morning, entzu tsroAlesd
elderable fire 4 of Confilderite infita and calv!;T,
Shots ware azialuredi ink: three of e rebel., in
abiding two ONcen:ald tiasprivate weakilledi
and several wounded,: Capt.:Miming unablfelenV,'
gee to withstand the lageterce, withdrawlto lbw
' lO l. witholt/ 006 1:.:, %•-,., -,
- . . . . .
Nay Tamale, .it.4imaa" Yids* dot stnitt'illi'
one. Platkora itaattir, talajtol2l4l Wog NairOttaaaa
alladaag a tUri /Naarbearat teal ar:ooWArgragr
at it M tei Moat 1 ,4 9 0 8 4 /kllo2qbatiatil 1 4 ,
Most asaily; ado otZ)000 laista , upaiti wink at Ml'
at; Milnalue Glob at 80092: Fed
arlikant ti At °WI 09 ;
walla 1141cblzaa $1
,a at $1
Ikat bat settanmara wataatn maltaorAßOCULtaniafe
prices oactiaspd. •Paritaalt; It Int Nail 52, Saw
auaystat wad Y.Al•Xottlaber. Itamaarado at Oetie. Cattaa
Brag taloa Mu tairg Illalasau very arso. •
Rada tteadyat UMW.= < t j •
1101tRIEON-On Sabbath mbrolng. the 7lti last: IllAur
ELIZA, Laud danghterof WULIVII NW Miry aanalitorrhom:
The' f.... 1 will take plemi,(thhi dm) Itiontmv, at 3 ;
o'clock, from the raildenoe of bei grandlSlFe;D!rvii lilt:
Ammon; 2 d Word. Alloltbigr/ city.
DALLAS-Co the Oth Mei, Awn MUM 4ln Gat dagstv.
(mai Rev. J. and Sarah A. Delta.
The ignerel .111 take plane from the ree•Slinaci of tM to
Cy, thle (Koalas) inconlog at liglipeet alin•'clock, to pro.
Deed to the Anntim 2 7 (lii2'i'i '•• . . • •
allAllilill-O. Sattuderalternoop; at. etionst four
o'clock, Klee Nureernt Fenno . . .....
The Menu ot Um fi nely °r*' -higitcA o iteig see to.
=al from lbe nobles= of Devi& Holgteil, Stirpetarg
Plank Bold, near We Ckmigeri,Sti MOllini Morning, Jolly
Mb, it 10 o'clock. Chniegrie PIN Mau' jeckmaut Malik,
at 0,54 o'clock. l. •. I . .
ANDERSON-At Obtalonatl, Op Pridly,::::, 0 ...
PAUL ANDCIANOI. la the lOUs pima Me mon -
The Inners! lid II take Om onTamotr at hot
o'clock, from the residence of Ala elster,Wre. Chldersll„
Calknotails Vow,Pelleral etnet4lbebirg7 1 21.7. . ~
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