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P. t SBURGEk •j"U:LY 19., 1862.
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.War. •
The vittility.of the enemy has been ex
hibitedr'fdr a few weeks, with wonderful
vigor, Whether it is the putting forth of
ta spasmodic energy which betokens the
esperatinn of a case,. and .which must
skoon cease, or whether It is a system
4if efforts which ea% le • austained, is
a matter to be yet learned. It Will ,liturie4
in our , Government, to cot upon the latter
presumpiiini: liVeihave the
. powitr i . if we
'a fit; foith'lte ut the - A(4 1 14
in a short time, and that the' work has not
IDOOn' itlreddy done, is beditiiie we under.
ratestthe .energy and resources of our fOe:
Wk) ire glad to see symptoms of awakiii,
on the part of timid who aontiol"neA
affairs; they are, however
. yet beneath "the
demands of t4tAl i p49ll .4 „ . .yrom many place s
we,hear that Umlaut! quota of the new call'
for 800,000 men will be forwarded, §tiTh
there is a slowness about the work . The
bills which have passed Congreas; providilig
for the confiscation of rebel pi•ciperty, and
authorizing th‘e employment of the negroes
G,mlerats,, in all seryile , work,i.l9l
wholesome,measures of progress.; and the
more so, if ,a very liberal interpretation
will be accorded. But both these bills
must be extended. We have but little'
hope of a conclusion of the war, till we
become more in earnest; and earnestness is
very doubtful;, till it shall be indictedly,,
suffering. Tide would intimate new rcivitksias.'
Vre"truit'iliat we may be spared this• ing
fiction; bui if we would avoid it, we must
be.oafefttlifeither to need it not:desk:vett
There is a righteous Ruler, and if we would
avoid.judglnents we must neitherctitiii
grew; his Moral precepts, nor neglect the
meads of beitiefit which he has ordained.
The battles before Richmond were a sad:
reverse ; !tut not se bad as was at first s!ip
r.4,',:„The, killed , Wthinded, and missing
ark l rydr,l'ecid; to be 10,400, and ',dr:these
therm!ir $BO6 prisoners. Offieialieports
may vary these numbers. The impreesiou,
made against us abroad is one of the great!
es ‘i j ries cie:itit*t . , trieatiC the deathi
, and rnnimings,..ormeni) :but ,this may be
more d thad made •itp ikir.tlie new vigor called
forth, aimi was lo.n the direct road to
the. rebel, eapital; the reinforcements lie
brought up not only checked us, but midis:
our poSttion untenable. Our new position
has some advantages, but.they are connected
wit/040'.
.The 1320VOIMOMO of GEN. POPE are not'
yet Airly indicated: There seems to be a
pq..Pose I t e'.,ritititientrate the armies in his
~the ,armies' of Banks,
Mepcwell,*l - Seigel, (late Premont's,)
and to move 41 ;strong foret i toward Rich
mond, from the West. This will be' has
anions. It will ,be diffionit ., ..tolkeep 04-
plies at the vueoessary distance, by inland
transportation. But good generalship and .
ade,quate numhe,rs can succeed'. We : ,Vust,:
that Gendials•M'Clellan and Pope will work
together, ilea that never again will two:'of
thenemy's armies be permitted too:nibble
in . pst43ipep one of dis;'": .
GEk.:11,44 1 05*.'s army is litelY'to have.
much Work.,Yet.to do. Part is still atfOor
inth, part at - Memphis, and ps4
corps,) at Hiinteiville, or perimietphatn..
nooga. There' is a vast conntry thetirclo
guard ; and , armed bands are: committing . .
great depredations. • ..IdttrplireChoro has.
fallen into the enemy's 'hinds, and 'Nash
ville is in 404gar r ..„„
Gen. Cur >_e it retreating in T essee,
not begitidifßaillgsestlined. 1
la •
VicKtailtgiaNkisrihlgil taken, ' ited
last.
4 - 1 . 1 11111 ygibeon t il4 ar i t tgi as t
woo .., 1 A11'1144 Also
the wor. . 1 04 7 ;ftrkeh-iVende ,
~,
the dm n r iver; was p t e. ening.
14.4 7.l , ntert Ana - nom edT
Niw-Onimaticuir-beirirweff oared for
by eteg .464TAV:i. of
; 1 1bia
Monptilltiittklim l etitkned for some
time by the enemy. He is greatly strength
ening its fortifications. - We have enough
on hands, for klinte4 and are not likely to
engage in asstdbiptiny new place till Rich
mond is ; taken, and. Tennessee and the
navigation i cf the Xississippi are made
secure.
A
For thil'i*pytiiiian . banner
Sopplementaw,
EbITORS my;: . : ltery hasty
sketch, published in your last ; of the late
Dr. James "B.:' Woods, I unaCcountably
omitted the napir •or his Soo, Williaa!
Woods, Esq., whoirwgraduate of College,
and, for several yearkliti:emstained a high
chartuiter.o a Chriatiair.and a successful
teaohavot youth in the Academy at Shad
Gap, Pa. C.
Our Theological Schools,—The current
civil war,has ,ovefil-4, eaeemak in the
matter oklh‘ a tal,. itfAr3r antre t .
verse 4g \ the' \ ill i \Wee s.Dß , ‘ Breciin;\
( A tli
ridge iitt 'he / . • lOrells ei3 , l4)pe,taV en
such a a to se , iftbe synktttly and
4
admiratio of all I al' Presbyrians.
The Proollitors atahieago are, solar-as...we
know, acceptable to the , whole North West.
As to Dr. fffilaey, Nve,liove never beard, pc,
any prejugee' against hina, 444 Di. Lord's
course, in the premt %pis of public of-,
fairs, is a part of the itisary of, the.timest:
We rejoice in the good which - God brings
out of evil in this ease as in ; all others.
Let every one frown upon any future attempt
to revive past difficu a lties.—Presb,Ver• ; %.•:-.
1 11
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Great Me 11ta( hi -York. •
An immense wealth:lio the oitliens oflte A
,w 7
York isle held on flu; i lfoth, in Union ERUM (
The numbers were estimet,isd at 50,000 to loolop:
Four stands were erected and occupied brspirffl
era, (Vat enthusiasm wee manifested. RASO'
lutions were adopted sustaining. the Governni4iYt''
and , urOng n
vigous proeppigloit of tire ) ysfj
also a d deolarldkiiat'foreign laelle;enee must be
resistacintmet aterttrjr, ' •.J7e
Thi.lds`
This is the largest iron-vlated vessel.we ha3e,
;in the ,00meret'n'onNtfeeirsta . +11111 1 -
thirdS 7 W09,1a1. kulen
gaged in•sorewing on the remainder. The ma
chinery is in such a state of forwardness, that the
engines were tried on Thiirsday. A large force is
engsged In corupletingthe interier, s apdsunzoar 7
riageTuidlitirttfrom f:? tkii t pi4tiring
for the pivot-guns. .
Republican I .l.PittrAnt.- , • •
•
' Ikt tllB rtte < Chvola > l 6t r lthp oan"memtiereo
Congress, the following resolution was adopted,
with a few dissenting voices :
Resolwl, That ne k 4iold,,..it, to:be / the cluty A oft all
loyal inkhr,to Stand this hoar of
its trial; to unite their hearts and hands in ear
. nest and patriotic efforts for its maintainance
against those who are in arms against it; to sus
fain with determined resolution our patriotic
President and his administration in their most
energetic efforts for the prosecution of the war
and the preservation 6f the Union against its en
em ie&at, home .and- i attyced;r , ;uurtieh
s'o crush'
the present wicked and causeless rebellion that
.no flag of disunion'tihill i ev'er again be raised
over any portion 4f tAie rnpubjio,.,Tlint to this,l
end we invite' the 'cliiiieratiou'O'Valrmen who
love their country in the
t endeavor to rekindle.
throughout all the States such patriotic fires as
shall utterly, gonsnme 'strike at the
Union of olir flitheirs, and` wit; Sympathize
with their treason or palliate their guilt.
•
The :President on Emancipation,..
mit aurlY ttk'
The fouowing message, rom the President,
was, sent iatt).oongress..oxi.,tlie .14th; . , t t;
. letypt,Cli*qts xi the SenatildfifffL Hoare - Repre
•• ..1
Breliith Is the *Aft Of b, • 11 , to.,oomprapips,
anYStaie .
may *slititiiy. within its
limits. Th e
'Presented, I respeetftilly , tuid'etittnestly 'retain
(Signed ) :ABRAHAM .LINCOLM.. '
Be,it enacted by the Senate nudAnuee of App.-,
resentatiiee'd the United Statei at America in
Cengress 'assembled,. That *hie:ilk/it.' the P4lll'-' .
!denteof. thee United .Statea'shall , be satisfied that'
any ! .State shall, have. le.wfully,abolished slavery.
within anct.thro . ugh,cot.Bl.lohStAt : 44,sither
diateli or gradually, it. shall he the . duty of, the. President, assisted by theSeerkeri the.
Tree's
i ury, to prepare and deliver - to such State an
amount of six per cent. interest. bearing bonds of
the United States equal to 'the aggregate value at
diti)argliprheady ofre thepdves . within
such State as were reported by the census of the
year , one ithotisanci eight hundred and
whole,!amount for any one:State to 'be delivered
at.oeoe, if
,the abolishment l be immediate, or ,in,.
eqUal annual instalments if it be gradual, inter,
est to be given running on each bond at the time
Of delivery and not before ;.. and
Be it further enacted, That. if any State, hay
ing so received any such'bonds, should at any
time afterward by,lawfiltrotnoppri tolerate sin-
Avery withinltelimite:'-oontraillid-theitet'of abol
ithment upon which suph bonds shall.have been
' eceive , `saidso received by said State
shall at once be null whodesciever
hands they may be, and such State , shalt, refund
.to the United States all inter.est,whieh may have
..been paid on such bends: . .12a
Edgehill, New Jamey.
1 • e:•• ••• •-,l* -."` •
Leaving,' eiliii"days sao j Age g "'City o'f_ A ßroth-,
erly Ltilve," n'tfliiiiftatilioiii4iiidglitlik th e
fir-famed and justly oelebrated*Village.of Prince- ,
1.6 n, N. J., 'with all its internal beauty, and rich
surroundings. Hallo Wed Itigooiations cluster
around it. After years of absence as wa,pessecl
along its shady, streets,_and gtzed.uppajks,noble
i Asti tu ti on sent ‘sitored)editibesi -were impres-
Sid afresh with its classic history and As i
hiatus' and moral power."
Since we drank at those fouvitains of influence
how many streams have issued thence into every
land to make glad " the City of our God."; May
theirblessinge.multipliecilAn • f',lgtpkeshfON'
sand even.UutOle tlibusatid4ereratatins."%l%. 1.)
But the special object of our trip was, a visit
tq "Edgehill." And by it we weremuch re
freshed and gratified. ..Its beautifully shaded
and ample yards and play-grounds; its spacious
,atid comfortable apartments; the order, content
ment, and happineas of its domestic , ar,range
manta ; tho thoroughness and accuracy of its in
structions ; and . abova all the Moral and,rtAigious
influence that pervitdei the entire institution in
its careful oversight . ; its family altar, Bible'clami;
piayer-meetings, and strict ..observs.nce of the -
Sabbath and the sanctuary, were all highly satis-,
factOry. And We'conld noChelp but agree with
the remark previously uiaded;that it is " a Chrial
Ur school, and home of the highest character ;" a ,
and desideratum of anxious parents.
" I gr From our acquaintance with the excellent
'Principals of this school, and our brief examina
tion of its advantages, we can fully concur with'
b o th the Professorsinlhe Theological Seminary
d the Faculty OT the' &lege; at Princeton,
s". n recommending, the EdgOkilkeslml, as
nontiy" worthy ol! the cJnfidenea. and, patrpnage
Of the public." ' p r ove a ri ch blessing to the Church and the.world.
The Army of Tlrginta4—rid ; of Gen. Pope
to the Mit ag 0 diers.
his just beettlissued to 'the ''dffiblits'andillaisiiii
of the Army of Virginia;
By special assignment of the President of the
United States, I have assumed „the command•of
this army. I have spent two weeks in learning
yenr whereabouts ; your CbnifitiOn arid your
wants, in preparing you foractive operations,
and in placing yonin position/4*cm which'Ysiti c
can act promptly and to the purpose, Theeelli"J
bars aro nearly completed, and I am abont-tojoini
you in the field. Let us understand each other. I
have come tb you from the- West, where we have
always seen the backs of our enemies; from an.
army whose business it has been to seek the 1.
versaryond him Irber, he. was found;,
whose"policy has • been to 'iittick and noetok
fehd. but one case has tbe,enecny beenntoje.
to place our Western army in a defensive atti 7
tu;de. I presume that I have been Called here'to
pursue them, and to lead you against the enemy.
'tile my purpose to do so, and that speedily. I
alp sure you long for an opportunity to win the
dibtinction you arA ottpablcorisitilireildg. That
opportunity I shall endeavor to give you. In
the meantime,'Pdesire you to di:Mites-from your
minds certain phrases, whiolr.l am sorry to find
min:lh in vogue amongst you. Limo constantly
of taking strong
„positions and holding them, of,
lines of retreat 'and a basis of supplies. 'Let 'us`
discard such ideas: • • •
~ 'The strongest position a doldier should desire:
to' occupy is one, from which he can most easily,
advance.against .the enemy..
i Let,us it s i tudy the
probable lines of retreat of obx opponents, eke
leave otieiriviirtn' take oaterof themtMea. Let
ud look before us 'and not behind. Success and
gtory are in the advance, andpeaster;and e shatne
lurk in the rear. Let' sot 'on iliiiunderstand=
ing, and,.
,is safe to predict that, yqur,Vanners
shall. be inscrified, with many a glorious. deed,
and that your names will be dear toqyonr coun
trymen,flreyer, Signed
1 , 4; .Major-Goneral„ C.9namposlipg. ,
f
Advioesom New Orleans to the 26th ul t t.—
five..days'liiik—haie been received. The're"is
little\riewsr portal - me. • IGeiii4al Baler:had'
issued an order , direoting all the banks•in,.the
Department td'udike a ireturn to ,headquarters, of
-all sums dueito tifem from the rebellious States,
and all sums due 'to the State of Louisiana - or
StateKricers ; and ,tlfatinolchecks or drafts:o'4lll
pe paid without a perinit.from-hiM.
The Trios of ftourchadJa4vanced to $24 per
bbl., and Gen. ShepleCfliii Provost. Marshall,
had in consequence issues:Vizi order fixing the
price of bread. There rag qute & stir in the'
Cotton Market, and advanbedlpileiii had brought
forw,ard .iss,Aplse lehich him% iiiperg lladdan away ,
for 'tiv.Year , or more. ;
Aniorderfrein Gen. Butler iliokibits masters
of vessels from taking colored persons awiiy - friim
the 'City; tinderlieiialty'of.imprisinfthataid s oion-r
thication: .• v 7 attNo. •
A UniCIM meitilig;irif4h the Meta derunt‘, IMP
large and enthusiastic, was held on the, night "of
the 21st. . 4) f
Frei' ; 'Rebels Learnin
,llaMagil. •
. . .
FonTantis t Monwo g ftlig.— .7 The mail boat
Ns/4s 'Baker brought doin, /Sat eiening, twenty-.
Your rebel prisoners, who have recently been cap_
, tured}by our reconnoitering: onvalry.. 'We lesim,
43 , officer of . the Michigan sth regiment, who
is one of the,lo7 Union,priPon.ers who, came from
the Baltimore §topre 4opyital,yesterday that the
PRESBYTERIO L i3SOTIERI4AirOtit( . t 44 M:: ' q.0.-_,. 402:i.:-' !
ttlfatttoit theyNoiiived froth tWe' rebel "otiliten
having charge of them while they were held oafl
. I.ive r ws.ertyeis!ll,x kind a . ncl. i.hu,mane4Wdif
eient,frA whe,t4liptlted,aptithpatf4 OM it : moo T
actually rPrtbfllf rdotlierasetires. • .
West Point' ie- ocoupied by neither ar my", 'but
Yorktown is:not only in lour possieition,• bhf
stronglyifortified and stronlY garrisoned ; while
its safety is w i ldered, dnut)ty,sige..bYi th:e , ,,PrOor, 1
ence of three gunboats.. , : ,••••
Thefortifications on loncester Point, oppioelo
Yorktown, have been partially demelisted, and
their (gilds , eithers•removedi' or spiked' iskid r then
blown to pieces.
ittptuPmr.ts,gt434.l2. 7 -rcien.,43rtitt l hatlitiewkliiii
or'der'iequirink the ?an:Opol e pf,...4,Byigne,mn—; .
fleeted with the Confederit s e army. orgbtikißenV.
tcrleav'e the city within five daye,-or bike
that. they have ndt, anti will hotPhriißltinrordie
Lion. to the enemy. i.•
This sweeping °pier 4tus been;iamiedin conse-.
quinine
‘ Of :Cho constant communietttion between.
pefionaili the rebel' army their friends here,
The order has cafisid•aopilider4l4; exoitatelitt
Rifugnes from Helena 64 the. enemy on' thii•
4th, 500 strong, attaizked Gen. Curtis' adiancet r
lut'iw,ere. utterly, routed.. ••• • ; •
G a ol. _Fitch was still at',St." Charles. It is ret 7 -
ported' that lie'' had a shall) skirmish in that:
vicinity with theiiiibeh3. The latter Wereirrotitid.'.
Affairs. at - . Riohmond.
BALTIMORE, •Talli 14.-1%6 7 4,6746#, of this
• ' • ( .1 gi '
afternoon,'says • • - "
We learn/fro in Mr./WilliamAiiir,• - iif.this
Who; clasped - , from .Richincuid on Tuesday
that. the..rebeli troupe in 'and*: around 'fbel•oity, •
Pricii to:We, recent battles, wart? estiipated. at from.
217,1)01i1i; 220,01 JP: l. „ .
Large . reiiifordeilielirta, from I,ltO'direCtion
Petersburg, had been arriving for the previous
ten days and nights,.which wero.said to-be from
the coast, but be could not. ascartain.whetbg any ,
portion 'of ' *ere B‘iiiiregaiali .
theY'arriiiiii'byl the isilkultesliict Were 'iiiiiShed
around the city during the nightltoward
.Court House., is• . • —lrv)
A ganboat,pn tktplan of ,tilte.-iferritvg, though,.,
much smaller,' 18 rapidly completicn
.1
at • IllehttiOnd; 'tlibiikh 'great difficulty is exPeri
entiad in obtaining iron for her'arinor: s ' • i' f fi.' 4 . 4
The.obstructions in James river*ereiimiddder.v.
&My, Atealtenel:l•,by• the recent frealiets..) • ; t,:'
gort Darling
,has been greatlyistriirigkkene4,,r
and' the batteries are iron-clad •
The bridges which Were - deistri:YlebrElensirai:
McClellan in the vicinity of Hanciver COUR
'
hive not been reconstructed. ..r?
'44,for,cee ef.GAineral...lackson had mored.off
it was thought, Idwarcl - Fredericksburg, iiiia: ilk
was: Said. blew iatje
Valley. . .r
The oantuqt,,captyurgildnringthe recent battles'.
,re all brought intoXclimond, numbering about
28 pieces, some of ihern howitzers, and three
ahny;riffed - guns;TtJaryiwere all light/pi - eceb,and
wilh the exception of the howitzers and one Eng a .
lish - gun, were sent tedie..fonidiy to be recast,
the rebels having no shells to, fit the rifled can
non. Not a single e,iege piece had been captured,
and much surprise wasi.e.x.presseclAaeMeglellan
hid succeeded in getting'them:ill.off:J , • . ':r
,eu.trtt., • : • 1- • s
lldly"P'. l 4he aeoguAt e brotig,itt'bi the
'
dilater pitity; from 'the headquarters of the
army of the Potomaop give cheering view-of'
tie condition of affairs inthat vicinity, and rep
resent thatkthe. entire , lose on our. port in -the re
'bent battlee:doas not exceed 11,000: Stragglers'
are constlintly- returning: 'The •etieSnY's
nhilcinh't exceedingly larger than ours..
IPreston King's bill, for: the enlistment of ne
growl, which the ' Senate debated this afternoon,
was approved-by- every member of the Military
COmmittee; beim-ell:0040.1°n, lt liberates all
shtvei so enlisted:
• • ...NU* • vi'l - . 1
:Garrett Davis.introduced , an exceedingly
strin
gent bill, -punishing all who' hpiejpy way
`
give n or comfort • to 6F:rebellion, eien
eipressing a wish for its . Raceme; tolheirfrionds, t
by fine or. imprisonment:. ,
There .feeling in Washington,. to „
day, than ha existed for a:month. The threat
ening cointw.veray about ,the .employmenti ofi
slives'will'lle reconciled_ by restricting tilitiiief-v
vice orking on iiirenchmtsts: conking; and
other fit fit employments that will relieve white sol-'
diem. To this form of their employment every
body akfltifitledaTTlilielraWMOlife,Mfiideift
and the news he brings inspire universal satis
faction. The President, L finds the rumors of
biases in the late fights greatly exaggerated.
The soldiers are in excellent spirits, confident of
victory, and claMoricg elLeadrtoriSh led again
upon Richmond. - The return wave of hope and
courage has again set in, and all the power of
the;i3pnbli,s ; ix abont i to:bejltrown. itgkipitt.thel:t
rebellion in cruehing force.
lln the Senafe_,ftyeatard9Ntlth bill' to itpthorize
the Becretary'cirth s e"Nkira‘ceeit the title to
Lague Island, below Philadelphia,. was passed,
with ametnendment directing tcprevious survey
a the harbor of New London and of Narragan
sett Bay, to .ascertain their relative excellences
for the location of a naval depot.
!Both Houses, Mils, Week,' passed
an Army. Retrenchment hill, 'which will quiie
$10,000,000 Peijaiiiiu'nl;. l l.A.:..) '".'1 1 1:1 It i1..1111!
VIATOS.
ri r esividfY, (t.AO Arsul!etla ft gr igkrite4 :1104*
between Mr. Olio . , ot i NrK-lroriF t ,an tovor, and
Mr. MePhersore‘ on the
tablin - 13iiintiold1; CO I inerisisilthestilrerdoo.
slid division., oBtemenderst.
.....6lDinvolied'ohnut.
. , . . .
A , lawnderatoodbthat previous to , the late bet
before Richmond, Gen. McClellan arranged '
for 'Cigeneritl ex.hange,.of tprisone*-. grid . that'
Gen. Dix has been instructed to consummate the 7
same undet.. 4 o4)(ifiii . ce:` • •
•The.Brestderitihas eppeintedMajur-Geuersi,of
VOiniefiri, - Gen. Pope, now, in command of the
Department of Virginia, a Brigadier-General
int
the *guilt* armY, live* (fen. Wool, promoted.
Julyl2o—Provost-Marshal Dostor has notified "
the i liroprietors of.all the concert and drinking
Saloons, :in Waihington, that the practice of em-•
ploying girls to wait on the guests, must be clis
continueot• within 'three "days, under . penalty;',o
having :their eitabLlahnionts• closed. . •
:Gen. Isaiah Siyinour,s meniiiiible for sharing
with Gen. : Anderson.in-the defence'of Fort SulilP,l
tai';',fut been prottiOted, hy,',Pen; ,
coinmaid: Of the:diiision. of.the. ostptuie& Gent,
M i c Call. No appointment 'could' be
cious or more'richly:mented.“ • ItColitr.:44
iniproved die' President giving. Alia: rtialc.:Ofe
M'ajor-Goneral along with it.-- ‘i.
•
Mr.•i >a.; 117.41 . /
Clark,.
of New . Hampohire,•frono•thefeilm-4:
mittee of Conference on the Conthication bill
`Made a repot, which, after a debate, was agreed._
to yeas . 27,,nays tfi ; so the,bill•stands.passedrr
- pnly needing the President's sigli*9lLre to,Make
it r. law... . . • , •
frhe Ohio Bridge bill; with .a• span •of three .1
hdared feetv passed both Houses;
:The Sedate has repeaii - ai:. for ' Military' •
Railroads through Rent - 11614 into "East TeitheS
see ~ c onnecting with' Cisciimati. • The . 'llOnse
hitiirePes.led it some tinut.sgo : • ... ,
15.—Great mumbles. isteivat the War
Distertinent, about ttie"**;ll4ades as ' tbthe
rebels , plans, and the 'S'Sbc,44thits(infOiMnti9 l2 :.
that the rebel. chiefs,, at' Zit:ohm:ma, have issued
orderi to their armiiis"kiisifinfe the aggeistaie.. 1
at certain points. , _ .The recent inovements,of A tha.
rebels in the West is supposed to be in a , ooorif.\- ,
ance / 9 1.t.h thisiPl(4 vet
EMI
The Grenada. Appeal Btatetthat the .7th Tiiniteei4i
see regiment went in .theilEtietirerid':fight.:throxi i
hundred strong,'and wiciria
iective man.
Frowthe Armies of. Gens. Halle& and-giitilL
ST. L0M1431415.— L n .
spatches
to Lae „ ur
•-
tarYtanthOFllies•say: phatl Gen. ,Cmtisii commatidter,
about 14,000 stronv. lam:reached_ Helena, Ark.,
"where they are resting at:presenb...z" • ••
InfoiMation from! 'plittin,th' oni - ; :irior§
*rap „illestAii4lso4rrQui
ivisioes of hie army_ are in excellent condition
r
d eageiltirSotive.opra i ticMs.tti. k: t. *11.130
Bragg has about 40,000 troops at Tlpe49,
Borne' 85000 more, are at Holly rings and other'
-places. Their movements are , said •to' indicate' •v
iioffecsive operations: * •
‘'
__ Rebel
; N. ;P:
A
Beralmona, July it.--The Richmond Dupatela •
of the ithlind Bth inst., which were received' by
the Ameriehir thii morning, adreits flit Gen. ;hie-.
Olellan:haiOssonred the safety of hisoarnamilim
most masterly manner. The number, ofMont;
prisoners fib stiited . nt '4,800.., TheyAte.;confinial
in, the tObacco wiie-houses.
From Memphis.
•Washington.
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1
's -.:ttiff.••• .:: iv ;I.: :•• • 7 tt;•4- ' fiblito:: : • •
...;I f t,wi . , Arpt. 'troy iii iik6l4l9' , : i 1
,tt:l4. . 0 M1' . .1 1 . 4 11 1 : te . ,it.lt ! • ir•Wit , !...r ...;•.:*
:.4.:it0)1 f1e!.1471 • lzsti. iii atlibtsoct uttl ~.. Ili
Rec ent,neWs tfromfEnglattd. sh ors Eth at. there lie'
....t , t, .' 4.
4111 a great , dieposition aniong thelariittobraceto'
interfere in' oulitiffairtet , It Woiildibe their delight
• ~
~
thediVide our CountryAand'illistroY republican
institutions. oltAlies'e things our pefigh7 rill 'eats
the ,necessity ote,--vigetens prosecution' of the
war„,•., ...I! i t .:. Ll' :-i 'f,V,e , ... :, , . ,
. , .
Di the Ho use of "Lordsoin. the 80th ult., 'Lehi,
lirotighato, *he was almoitlnaudible ' in• the
reporterk 'gallery, called fa,ttenticrah to the ' civir
War1,11 , ;.11.1 - 80600.i . which she 1 deeply: deplored, and
the 'consequences• of which, were , new. being felt.
all over the civilized world. • At. the latne time r
he thought it impossible for.tfer - blajfisty'4 16y
eminent fteinterfere ; butlie"expreseecl, 6 an'eartir
est hope that, the American-peOplelvould thehi-'
selves see the suicidal; Character. of the contest
in which they were engagedi and, come ; to , sonte
amicable arrangeinerit • before they;entirely all
enatedlront them' the feelings of respect and af-,
lection. With; which 'they had hitherth been re
garded bylhe great , European nations; . i' , ' , '` "-.'" I 7- '7 1 2' , 2 ,, , r 3 4 7 . 3- 7 ,---1 Kt , L ~, .', , ~..
~ ../-
4:11 the/lonse, of
„Commons, on, the same even- ';1 , t. , ry} 6,frt ' ,• - vftty - d i, i siy ;_.'
1$
ing,ldr, Reproof' askedilf the, Governmenkin o , I ~•
~ , , A,,t,,A ~ d- -t) , 441;,.t. ta....,
tqnded telalie any step's' to endeavor to;put an . ,
: 4 '7
' -:
11 V: O , r' ' • 'F.
end to the evil' war in America
Lord Palth rston o san : the r Goverumen o
were"
deeply Seisit t e , 'of the'sufferings, now preVailirig
in the manufacturing districts. "TheoPlefier that'
those privations.were great, and that , those who:.
herent
fortitude
,endured them` with the meat he
roie fOrtitude.and ,patience, doing the greatest " .
•
possible oxidate tlieir'nridetistatulhg.r;The,ho-:
`sons Wh`ti Wiife , etideriiffinfoli''inifferingi'kiiew
that, their ..privitionik did , not, result froth , ' , eriy ,
bid.• lOgislStleo, - ' . or2 'from,. any misconduct
oti 'the, part t of the Onyernment of the •,,,cctuo,,
try, bet froin'eircumitances in other countries,
r over 'Which' the Omie'riiinent had` no' control. He
wished itwas in the poiver ef 'the Governirient ic
take, any, steps .to ~afford 'relief `
,;"gut but the Renee ,
`vrtntld. see that any interference aright tend to the
aggravation Of, the .Offerings t ofi those whoAfere
'now experiencing such great privat(orts. .
,With,.
regard , to any after of Mediation: lie had' tiiidOtibt
; whatever that, both'ller Majest y 's: Government, ,
and. i that otthe „Entpertr '':of 4,ll,6iFientli; vould
`be delighted te.sy,ail themeelves of ,anympportnt ,
Inity: - that, appeared., to offer i a fair prospect, that.
ranch nstep (vhile the partiesWAre pc much 47,
I C4re'd with' anger and , resentment' ' agaitiSE &tali ,
,other) mould. be Web-MUM: 4 If` at t any tilde there
:should be a fair opening for any sort,: Of Step
'which, might belikely te • meet:loth the , acqiiies
, ()epee of, the„parties,,,it:wouhtuatr 0r4 1 ,7 be !..rds:tY:
butf i a gieat plitimire to ' Govern -, HerXijesty:s
,Ment to tithe advantage ot r ii . . - ` .!- ' .. ' ', • -
. „ ~,..r,., ..., •.,....ufae ..,N.i? - :; 19 J. ~.
I A ' meeting of operat ives. , .had ,been i held , at,
'Bltiekb*lii;fer iliti t tuirtiehe ti f litititiWingyiirlia:'
menti , in ;faiioii‘ -of niediatied - in AiliefieW,' but '
strong ;oppotdtitin :was - evinced; and 'finallr-Ilie(
following! resolution; ; moved, as, an amendment,: -
was carried 4, ~.. ~ t), at .:z ,- - - , t : :, ,
Resolved Thtit, 4 it is. the, duty , lof thet , Govern
ment to use every
inluenc ' e ,compatible:withtle
maintenance ir peace, for,An„ettlementofMs
American difieiltY` by reassurin g the' iel , lenee
of the' piantershin the polieYsOf'Pre4d:Oh %lit
cola;; and :'the friiirginization:orlhe) Ainefliiiiii'
tritiOn." y; 4: . 2 .1:,-, , `,,, ' 1, IqIX ' .0 .t..m
..i.019(,)
, ;
i The *VACS, .
.-. in -a' leadei•-•[finTAti'didean affairs,
t‘ , Four main armiewhave l advanced into ton
'federate territory, half a dozen expeditions have
faStened .thentselves on thelSotist4lyet, the" Bihth
remains unconquered. . , It,iskreoustsatednutt,,the2,,
, Federals can only' effeet`thetr purpose hi gigantic
eipenditure, far More lii - iiilf thiiii.` thit''Of the
past twelve months.... Whati-beficareeel Of ;the ifal .
mous, 4 IkeplaKatifln Ctf;'llidepend.ence,l.:T ofzi the
theory tfia Gorewfirt i derives its 8ew, 6 1 1 714,r, 0 rri , .
the consent, of the ,governed ?.; The Nor i th now
talks of - caiicfuest,ccinfatcatiiiii'ald `xiiiiitarY b clil-
' onies with'-all= the readiness-tlf:'titt AuStrian Ottin.'-`
mandant ; but. which
the North-, can,see rtliat. [the
[ only policy which is agreeable to wisdom and
jUstice is, olet zt ,the t .South go ipeaceablyiliC.tninerf
' bring exile e petold i on Itself,..iiis and 5, on„ ; ,exery
Ehropean people .. ''' " ' ._,
The same joiliiii,liil ul itiViikiele l eTthe"fittiire
supply of-cotton; says:' , ' 1 0 1, ', all•• "` ' " . °;rA" l
~ "If all hpS,outlfseurdone which should"havC
been done in order;tp,,tneet,the threatenedifalling
oft in the sup es of p,Otten,.'it l is,,ou ,itself,. anal.,,
upon the 'Oevertiltieht,„;thet the Mititufic-
tiring intergatc; dfloidd 9( olatigeL th'e'' 'fafilV,"and
f&ut itself, and not from the Government,, that.,
the mannfacturint . ciliCtriliite - sliazielefile l'of'a
remedy.'!---v /7-. r....... , "n' i - ,'0L.,1 %A it rt, tawn 1.. , .
The 4forning ee Pog criticizes , ' the-I/position •ofi
affairs in Ationfea t ,at ti 9.9 departure opiteiT&T
sir, in a strain anything but encouraktug for the ,
National - o=Se 11 ' If itiyef '' r3? - °r • i:
' I " The' eloiids - rare beginning-rapidly ta ; tiolliet,
over the.,Fedeval , canae,,,,, Each . , succeeding{ mail'
tells us, of fresh reverses .sustained,,l;y4mar*es
in which de, North Plieed their greatest confi
donce„,,,Anekgp. the viilo , ,piapi,where,.4:4l,ppri ,
the - Federal` troo ps had ?nlyto mile their -0. ,
p4atiiiiiirapeoidir ,, l76 Trigtirg i iletaricAltWil lave
met with a decidedohicibiliAltfrottgblitielligaider.'
of no importent,fzisterlas. gained' hy. -the ) South
are conveyed by t l ltis ,nisil,to. us, 8411 Onnletalroi ri i
I
ble proofs areffoiileethatilie 'energies of the
North are becoitilie iiihillieeihaiiattid x in T °the
pcese' at struggle." ZIFID in 7: 1 ' ' , ;`,;:ilmit f.....-f.
Fetne'r P94s4PgPtltlthe.. recent 4 tehleYstne.htel,Pf '
the to iifederates in Virginia, the Post concludes
as fellows: I .:, „ , ; orw'r erii i.,?,! . ,1ppn1 1 , 7 , - 7,
' 1 ,, Thus, at the close, efythe t Spring, v campaign
the Confederates) , ,attye,,,V ot .an, m eopf t , gu,,,Which,
,has been unabated and ..by-. a skill that has
btien unsurffiltied.',4t 9 leall .111. l tiliiil Mffiblatit's
compelled the ifinnerisefitninieivdetifilittfrfaiv thel.
minquest, of VArginitt itar,coase;)offensixemetena
'titles, and cent i ent,l,kensely,es.with achipupp4,ltof
defensive." " ' '
.-,,,.- ,' ` , , ,
ila the City artic f iiifif f ilie'Dziii,v ./rairitrii? It,-
nikked:
I" The AmerfetinileiriliVriiikrati 114
. _ — oit l eiiii-A
ling an almestdrideftnite.pestpoil'emelit',of . 1 . - atsiii"
and referring „te t: the cettonaoriaittoremerks„ that!
"the total stock of sta i d f• Aii the l ,p ott n ot / b i inr
pool is now se
,smalr'irat the . milts of Idreat,
Bkitain alone couldiciOnatiniirthil r iileleVflU
hill time inifettr.we'eWw Ittievextftehre,ly3preisa
'able tbstxutlAtufkitvAlie9*etaf...totteutenaPm Mstis•l
witch hid ocourced.dthqug pie past w i eftkin m the
: piice of eolta, t 'vrilllrove`a itotalloritts closig
-of a large nainber of eiablis ents in thi man
ufacturing, districts ,; !LI 1 18 k ii.
In° following sholrwthattlie)EnglithoPr4STis
ntittall4n favor of tinterventtom:Ntivr . ,erih;-riot: r it
Erroar•the Liondoa.!Sait r uldaießsfrieityJn'Ae72+ll:'''
It is well ttiatrithe4lan.dfctt-jelfitlitedilition
'b ter,seit, the . American belligetrefitstisq,ed 'even: beJ
fi r i - 1.41 - 'I?" itqlia,liYi OP?Rof.4`,l -gbAt;`, RT4 get ;
4'4ld : hive been ,obj ectionAble, ovmb,if f ,thg t itipte
;.haebefin - lnereopporinite for ppmffc negotitiS
tire • iiiiilin'the:present temper of.the r NertliernY
.' pepniation any amicable settlextient Santis !to ,be
'odetf-.,the„ question!. i , ': ': .!..: ,' -. I.!. 7.m.).frf, /j, .
'Even,:, however, Af, an eaviy.,peacetwerkiettin
sicalry-pessible, . an - e h,ifirlish
„offer ,o.r,...'*ettifotion
t4tild have inVolied' jiricats . dangers` ' ' % ''''' !, i " '
lA. iitlr with Pedciiibliherida would ioiariVethetn'
, manift critpi. opeottors 'are -worth!' f{ Iti iitatirPheil ti•-
Glid z apad ,to 04.10a5 : politicians; wherwill shortly
have to "find., an egcose for their repgiess imaccur
r agsnient *gf the natiOnal
,ttelitelon4,,..,and t tifrah r
lipailtY 'ti ,r o% ‘it"Voidd:#2 ? iik l ia islrnott 2,ll,silii ,
'mia,. for many generatiolis7'FreVii:i eihe eistityith-l'
meni rof a :algid 'and vfurgye iteciee.twWheir4o rup'-`
ture, pecypeci -almost wig:voidable; after the seizure,
.of the Trent, prudent men deepix,regrettoii, Alin
necessity of a.conflict which was , oerttiin i tisvibe
raisieiaseiitilit Clad 4iiiiindei'grobd? ' i A: wet' Pro-.
feasedly waged for the establis ; hielit . fet saihiiai
inlielfendence while be, still inoretinvidionel and
it, ifletfkl 9.14 iarß;Yr. l3 9eirki4.l4 o loThc;.4.illt is iltn-:
,possible that, Bugland should wish f luttabliels.
'oti maintain, nekro slavery,; li edit
t yno „means,
follows that iiif illianuowith`a:shiv'e olditig u pOtn : - 4
ft
minty 4i:ha' iittpli &life:Vat to "the instiAftion
which might be incidentally assisted; but the.
;
;negro-hating„North _would eolle...the..Bercest de
i
nunciations : ei,the Abolitionists spinet a',Power
, which conne i atedlii'i'elf; vitil 1 61W:flail/lie& 'slave
.. .
APPr t : Dl N*Pf . ..s'P i tA?b l .oll3.3sl.i. 3 l l Vi
° 1f r 16 , 4 , ..
,n t easy' to s l it ' off any oonateriodanotp§ In :
~,t , ttlike'eliell Ei wolild'inaa iti AtieihPaiL i 'war'
p3dielitit. 'ii.lur ;•:t.-.At.t; lo -I,n tts t tvi. - ii bt,
east of all wouldi.itike , lpiatableloidellow,
France into a struggle whictovollisl i naceisanly
lul controlled { bl o ,alien • counsels augh t mot i ves:.
ti;iin; action in war ts kie'recommenol"47V c F e : -.
„rgencb,t* ikene'44lV•k - Viiihi'saintee,' in'Chitili; : ',Win
..lif zico.' 1 01md:faitlitindA frientily 'feeling are nos cient security for a lasting community a Liz;
t gets' ;41:1, 1 t*ght•EillAt 11* OAF* of;Are3ree
e i n
toinake peace or to continue the war against th e .
wish and, opinien of the Engliig}},, OAverptusiit:`
1 :On the' Whole {tile batter iiti f te engage,lll,an' nu= '
' certain partnership; Ag...-iikizieitiediedi, to under=.
`.ta,)telle gratuitous dutys 'of ',Coercing the, Wniell
; cams into, connerce,;slid- i r is hopevertAsireillol4 l
offer ar ; to , tale
" rifh e, a neg/Atop. whiq , h,mht .
,proO
,obly r end in a n armed liriention byElandriig
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lellniagißil—Prime - Wen4rn, 44. lb; •
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.• OROORRIESOoffne: Good' 22.423 c.: 8f 9O
10144. ' Rice, 8(48Mo,:; ?dolma* 500. , J . ; I
my.. 413.0004 4 -. enni‘es. • , „,'" .
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T r u l to . witi meet ,0t ! „,7,E SD ea, tl4 Atli of, Aa,srust, % at 10
o'clock A. n
M. o member's are raqnell4l to be punctual in
JAMESiitibithVGll;El .re e,d l 3%l
InrilwAtitnisa Continiintement arilitate Oleo atffe'r.A.
• ~.Collfse, ,On MEAXESDAIti dui,6olw,of.44inet::.,lMeircH
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1 .tarm;. I no siiaritier , itel•! Tea . bit iiiviielY Ifgt:' t Elia
pasta 'itildatiikiiMilS , iiiir 4 limeriiidaetiiiim! th 4
pilot acts of kindness and eneonititile' "Migii!.. • liiHji ,
htlier feihridi,loi. Efitlis i taithfuridgeritip - silk
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it -1 11.tnoaotHe iiiiiiiiiii li iiiii inflaaireleta thel
a mp did not halidm. His §fiviour stood to'
hui ssai f i N i ery s,, f ie tam. v., : . ) ,-. 4 „„ rc ki• . 1 4 t
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of heavenwere eo bright that he nrietieL
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`vim lelbehia.,~ He **dad to Oeparc. ,And. b e
with Christ: •
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,Kow„4appy thus to ,depaFt. from earth ! Yet
itligtho,loye.Christ, shall bQ thu s "F
mttp t itTe ja Christ; to disi,,gaili t t! ,
DIED--On the let Os i y of Su $ 4 1582, after an
ilTnies'ef 'five dails, VI:JtEEMIA, of
r. C. MlCinetrey, Ruling Elder iii'the church of
T ,4111 1 21 P3,..111",hil the 27th leer of her age. , ;
Thus *WI ithit'down sitddenly; frotti'vigerone:
;4641°4 *l6i 4 bi c tkiqiie wit;
.post ...no
hililitind said ' 'hll ti ref,' Von ean
Intibitiittere'tfaYlOiiid of la' ge'. circle'o'f friends,
overto' sorrow the * .it i iiiss. She made a profession Of:ierligqn',early in life, cad lheVsequel
that; : 1 vita i t a enipty'O I fessiOn. itier reli= s
• ' ' 4
giort manifest itself
s in noisy, ,lard,;
power in the soil,
tind f ‘ i4citeady s.onterftrlttngS.llit the life.
In her • shone with .peculiar
beauty:al344eaTPese• The. euelelenP , ,Fag7tßi4r
wae , readY. Her lamp
an !mr!ling.., Her trust waf fir.l24lV4WlATert
ing,te .the : last. .It is...e.x.pysestat rot, strikingly; ,
itt.kkefivin wiiioh she requested, is . lave kin g ,
it•ge
nhly.o±3d, ; the spring of slimy joys:'.' , .
She • seemedEfor &any hears before' b et- release to i!
‘li t eswaiting,t desirons.,to depart. At one •:tirde,i,‘
lfenleetting up as itint4iiihe spirit worldp 'she ."
saikrq 0 - hiiw.:briglit 1 , Come, 00me.P..: •touringo
t4le, singing '4,l••'the ; hymn; “she 'seetxxed , . t o fill
isreetir; intli f ttimitirsi4ng, Ate' itid, N e i e
iftei, she saik " I 0(
7 Lough..
I 1 irailigo*Elirliii# lax , T reie siniiiieria,' V'
' efit i'liaii pillow . - •
thdii ' f g ayrfty so olieiiiiy. ' itai' . l - ,
Erik Infter'stliid i loager ; T do'n't kaw whir' it:
`i4, - tulleets''' 4,:haiii , 41 . in . !. b .'
he r co:m . l4i! ded her
VA - 4111'Q* priaii„tiroi isOviainekeePiniGoid,
iii i Baditkiiii; : triiiiiiiiiik and faith id fah
P atoliiiaikiOl,l4l4 tiliiy"wi t Zi'are very *ear th - *
1 1'14 r eWiiiie thiti l li. Tor ifiti'Ullie . waii 1114 IjPeak
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rebind; Allegheny ConntY;4ll..,-i ft ei'll . short ill
',' eeep.Mr: JOIJNAL. 00.1115ELIUS,' in the 25th'
To!brePlihial&lte-glo - tog Ti c, •
~ Thels'Ojecl.i9cit4 sitov,i, notice was, a. woithy,.
meinbilr, :of 1.44 x Pxobbyterian -. church ofi !Long. i
Alava. ! tb3 sought:At& ;Lord in the morning .of
tlifwancLiitire , gOod , !evidence, that, he htid limn& :
hitiitY4/4101/0 ever i amides t , ; an& . retiring, -- ielt , l'
lieAt.' elkiiiideulth 'in ' hie :dep 6 !lune n t many.' Of ' f
4 li k
oriiiiirsaeilYwhinh.. adorn Mid' beautify the
LC IfettiiiirithatactOtl In 'hits %dooth the Ctiui•Ch'
himiltitil,4l, iiiiifulithiunber, Ills young assoaititelill
hi tineiieialidlTitlid. 'lrtit: eipeoialbi willlki
iiiiiilki felt*liiithiiirf-strii3lFOrisfileilde--fiiii4 4.
wiolktiiviottisiftAist srairi, livc; xiinir'ineigic'
.their as 4 Inks-repent. , Boi . heir . ivielCtiiii °CV
WOW; lay'ii6Wil'ol. iiti''Oliiiioklill'o have no.
Ilifir i .ii*i3iiiit6iiiio ls 'irtiii Willie iiiii i tietat ..
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MEI
ATTENTION, ,COMPAN V-.
Y !--OLUN
e4Pte. :re, tAins.their:hVilth unitriPtlir.ed
:dicing th e campaign, must nee - to it' themselves: Do not
tr Atitb the Army. ButireakE BatiplYjyotiroolveewith , llol,
L9W r AILIC'S PILL 4 AND, „ XAry,!lreish ,
Knapsack codtalmi 'MAUL Onki 25 cents' per; aix - '
' , ' • 4 !If; - 421245
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.N . kroiosty; _
r.n.: • ?. f i eZtil
lfoszaluar2o/200 gaturn Pml",*mk. ,
5. .701 0.. x • _ , • USASIL
wool moivnexttliG Dltitl , durable than IltAtil*
I lire.ifinio full :fultimitiidii to'edible the psi.)
to dew oilin s ary
. ' t uck, all on s64Veapie Machine, and wernrut 14 for,
theOaliare. isi!ta. • --j;„.
II • . b e furnish
0 4. . - .
Ail:Bewlpg Machine 11 : etilati,
011, consiantlY•oll '1:: .
iiiV4i4
wr..3[4. psrusgrsG,....!um, Puemeser ,
, • Etesf , Stistained 'College , jrfilliti State -,
i . POORTHEN .-TRA.CHRRSl AtteudanceYliek : ~eaitt $1&:
Stipgrb brick; buitding4.. Thorough•and eXtenetTe.•4loo.rwor
study. TRIRGRAPIIING"and . ORGAN MUSIO
FOE.VVZ i'DOLLARS loper term for boarding, •light, & c:'• ;Fall
term.„emmener SRpTIINCI3ER 2D.. Send . to the •President ,
fek• ontilogne: •• • . M. SIMPSON,
;; Prea4ent of; 40&rd'otirrumeet
11.0' a.' 11 • •'..t. . ' 'i.
Ef ' D ' G .IN ii I L .. I. , 3 C 'll 0 0 )6 ' .."
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_ 1 BEY. JAMBS P. BEMS, A. It., L ..,.._....... .); ri.,
1 BEY. THOS: W. EATTELL, A. M., f ''''"P'" ls .
0 Thie Institiatfori, - totTrialeritt 'lBiirrteeigned "to prepare
,1)/sys thoroughly for c ogr Eliso ;tor t at tnisinsiis Hie. The
buildings are largo and commodious, va the grounds em
bsace mere ,than thlrteen,aorear . Both . oi-tile Prlncilvils A,-
,
v ti Neti wholeltinie to the, school,'aidedlif - tlis department,
re , Isr4n)cticin by,inmpetent teachers./ ;17,4 I a :, •„,,i 'Vii`:
0 nos are resolved at any time and c/riniciL44, o Trcel, , tll,9 ,
to of rufinillibu. •'•i ~ • ' . • I '•"*".-- • i •• •').)
. ppm
.7,m-45.011er Sossioo : nrfive,mon
. 4 . 1 . 1i,, -. .1 i
or Cirtulafs, 6r thrther intormation,:address either oft ,'
Torincipads.', dieferenttrtia.siLso ' made.%) thIaISAIS4I3I.OAT:d •
" Li t Vi l n iß iT r A ' 0 • '.:, . intz., •r:141:1 . t.. 1 - ', .
.4*-byp. Rai. Pi:. gite. l 6ie And aStV.Pr•iiittGai, , Zipiltatsis in (
1 , the Theotogical i Sent inary, .I . rince.tors, , lir,
.9;
xsikli4l;tictrfeeiiiAa §earbAa.d'iliAtufacii ai N uitAA 4iit,
_lC;44oQUOlnesaiiil,Catt2ll..l HS anti /had: charge /of Awlll cif.
lions, Ansi I can safelfsay I hays mover. known any,,onai
y id irltisiAldelltfatid 'devotion ttehialonPilir t l'hatat6s/461* -
1
~.1 kttr e n ' o ccc li: i s
good
ngtrtgegtelliMini"=:.
`I 6of hie. selobitit, ofir..,who exerts 1 iiiiet, *am a' ilaitteila: •
;JI ence. , ~.t , i ~, „, 2 •. , I. •Zil Yni i I".•L..1 •1. IDi ),
'min aware of thd'issponelhility in'spealtinginnaositerms
jo csnegnends#orkef A teacher ; but I • adi.seitisfisdltlion,dolng
i n thing . be; dmplepatice,to an excellent mon, in,
, nslaz m e . ,
'I jiiigiewidaVi. haVeherb aihdayeA. , °I ' " -J ' il• '
" I ,? ' lib ' 1 3C' 0 17 ' - oil ei A ':10 3 4 8. 14 113 / gIi:MAILS , 1
3 have great: bonlldense Authesiv.diarsarPi'lEtaighat.'is a-,
her, both in his aptness to give iimeructiene his 'sot
i . the administration of discipline: . I him_ ,ii` ' tin dens
''u 'n . dor • hie Are, • and trona the most cocain' 001101Takel,111,M
,f ~to,recornmend the, Edsvhill School as ono, *fon& and
..roitiftrinetructlrid. • '", '•'ALEXANDER T: lelin.t.- ,
1 .; .17 1 1 ! lo „v. , I' :1 A'l : C , .ti ** ,,, 1. ,
f ELECT: 014SSICAL'ISCHOOL FOR.
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1 fer
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, ottiate tO Abe end
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go atCity;achoo),'romolarge and a tegaguy turnuseo, nup,7 , ,
"b of lonSiLeOtio li tod; Ntlit'OVarythirigl &Initiated to idvsnao A •
4 M a !ji;: t hri F ildit:arP h viiiliii.:ii th i. 244 1.
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. ; :Mrs. ,§mitht infers,f prooll i aif. irdip m kt
T .iiiiiii..ken c eiien, mo.t. of , - 4 0, or llsiii i .n -
h patriina:•.vlz.:•,-ILev.. John , Orpetnina,, Bel: 4Ltif ekill,
ID •, ReV• Th° T n B4 . B PP° ol, DtP, :74V. 40 10 0.3frieraAter..W.
D. Sinai:di IY.D.;llev. - jainee• PentlaVrll.t.,‘ Aeon- D. R. •
fidtrr,.D.D.,, Rev.,...,Wnsi Pre9tnn,.D.lN; g.e•. Aeons 2H A u mtteh.,l/
nokk, D.D., Prauldeint of Westmlnatfr Retire Copilot. ...
pr.l3--Send• fbr a Olitidllifl (.`•,i.... •. • tt' 311 vase , : ..!. •+ 1 I
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SUNNY SIBEI PEINAWESEMIN ARY; ' 1
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UDINIEL WllllliittiND : l3ll 7 ;iPririciptiply •
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s zIW Bititta rdkve EitrossW, llitrnilingtr tgieS•lor 'liehey': .4
ii tone:ling, lightiAcua . ;..t.tiLlD.C..t.t..i.l.( l 11 140.00 f •tii .
.Tuition • •„ . . •
- SWO.OO ..
"Wide ••`' '' - ' '-' • ' ,'Gall' -' 1 1". ' • 14.60' ' on ..
,[
'I L lisayring •. • ~' • • ''' !tiiii.44.7.:ia . t,t..a.1....:1;.. •, '2 . 8.00 . ! 1;
or Ancient and Modern Languages, Grecian and Oriental, i
1 ,p Ai V s edle-wo . rk, and Vocal Muttle,yeeeste , lol& , , . ~
.canii?eidWdhddinsf.,adeellat 1211 Title/ 1 4i'
• .I.VM REV. DANIEL WILLIAM
g AI N . A
•
4FPNWEN'e fft - 4.47,Mgrendea
r i g
Establish'ed 1845":•' Perfected 1861.
I Mr. HOWE invites attention to 'the importirlOinprover
manta which he has recently, spade in hisliswing Machines,
which enables them to . do a larger range of work with lee ;
machinery, lesibbitie; letiatrciuble, 'and more perfectly then
any Machine now before the public., The musing of stitch.th
and freaking of 'needles, so common and annoying in other
Machines, is entirely, ;done away with: Abe, Thrfitovin
UWE. No trouble in making any garment worn by male or
female, however delicate Or heavy, with silk, cotton, or linen
threads on.the hams, Machine. We use a straight needle, And
the stitch is elaitic and - alike on both Sides. ' For Shia
Makers, Dress Makers, Tailors, Shoe,Binders, Gaiter Fitters.
as well as for every variety of Family Sewing, the Improved
flow Machine now stands far in advance of the Machines of
the day, and they will be hold at ainnell , leits price 'than any
Other Machine capable of doing the game„ range of work in
as good a manner. No person should think of purchasing
a Sewing Machine without first, seeing , this—the latest and
greatest triumph of the original inventor of the. Sewing
Persons at a distance pan order a Machine with the Manu
facturer's guarantee. that It will 'reach them safely, and prove
every way satisfactory, . •.• • ,
A few responsible Agents are wanted, who find oar terms
liberal. Send for descriptive Catalogno of styles end prices,
and address the
• . .
"HOWE SEWING MACHINES,"
, junamm . 437.33soanwAY, NzwAtoßE. , •
SITUATION WANTED ,. .. . ,
By a Teacher, este:eve* years' experience, • 'competet
to teach,the %tastes ,afid Mathematics, as P.ritlCip4,olV As
efetant'Teacher in some 'good Academy, Seminary, pry
manently established School, Male or female—btibmille
terred—with a fixed yearly salary., Good referentscand
testimonials will be given
Address
jan21.40
READING FOR THE ARMY.
Soldier's .Camp Libraay.
THE AMERICIN IlleTvElol2l l l,
• •
Ntr*Yoftle,
has jut issued a beautiful tibittry, mutilating of TWENTY
FIVE VOLUMES,IBmo., inclosed in a box, at the low price
of $3.0 ; among which are "General Havelock,"." Cept
Hedley Vicara;'l , " Capt. Hammond," "The Blue Flag,"
" Young Mau from Home."
Packages of 8,000 paga'of select Tracts, at $2.00, are pa t
tip to accompany.the Library, when deaired. .
THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY,
of twenty-S re 'in flexible covers, containing the
Soldier's Text-book, Soldier's Hymns, The ,Soldlers and
P- 00 -
Jesus, Story of Lucknow, and other appropriate works.
The American --Tract Botifity - has famished gratuitously
many hundreds .f.tboatiande of pages .of Tracts to the. sal
dlefercif PiinasYlVaiila, as Wolf es others. The Mends of the
soldiers are availing themselveis of the opportunity of, puttitig
into,thcir,hande these most valuable books. • And there are
not &WA; tistaikOmi'wliere most happy relulto have. followed
the truth they contain.
• Books carefully put ap, and forwarded as purchasers may
direct:
.1
IME3
WE INVITE , THE ATTENTION OF
the public to thePAILADELPHLS, •
-Honsekeepins? Dry Goods Store,
"liters may be tonna a‘li r t . i6 . 43rt . inetit of ill iirride Of Dry
EMI
0004 required in furnaing a house, thua paring , th
trouble usually experienced in hunting email articles, in, vs.
riotirpflicAr•ln' our •attentirietia
tide kind of stock, to the exclusion of dross and fancy gocds,
waniid giiiiranteeitriui prides arid styies tolie the ribiit ireril• •
hie hi the market. ,„ .•
'IN L7iliSie GO 01114,
We e d redibo,ti?;gArd peilect eatiesetion, being the Wert tr
lablithed - Linen 'Store in the city, and having been for more
than twenty-yeara. imolai! importers from some of t ••.t beat
manufficturera in Ire:si:id. We offer, also, a large stock of.
•• • •
'FL'ANNELS AND' MUSLIMS,
of the blurt' quantleaiikftbe ithiathed,-and at the verb loireet
prices. Also,Blankos, QuiltsySheetinge, Ticking, Damaak
Tabli Clothe, sail NapklnikToliellinge,
Table a d Piano Covers, Damask.. and Koreans, Lag. MA .
Parra-nit Chintzes "WindOw
a t u rF n sP c o &e. JOirti,77.,COWILL 41301 i, .
• ' W:ootnefof Cbeelniit and flOveiiils Sts:,
.WM I4, • . • ' • Thllmfohohfir.
STEUBENVILLE: 'F.EIIII4LE - SEM
ARM .
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REV. CHAS. C. BETTY,,P.D.,J.L.D.,
stimAiwriNginivr.
PROF. m•' , A•
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iTbis School Wiaieo in suer4inifild : operation wider the
NOS Eltspetiataadenoe for more than thirty 'Tam. It is well
abd. •Itnown: - It,wan'tho destgnof its founders to
eetaMt iistltistion on Ohtletian; principles, whose nips
would be to'gi re noVritily thorough culture to the totalled,
bat trie r religion of Wit to .the heart.. In this aim, God has
greatly blessed them.," During its entire history Ur favor of
the Holy kilrit has ridded upon it. •
Stentienville is remaritable for the beauty and healthfulness
of its ertuithin"; and is •eaiy s of access from over inaction
by thephiojtiver and Railroads.:
A large GYmnasiiim his recently been added to its edam
tion.apparatuar. K . .. •f• • •• • . •• • •
4 • •ki; Ti
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FoilleNNON'or Flve ontig , mewling' tax. et
1.. 14 if, (8 %. • ,, ,zNovember 1. ~ •
: • • 80 024 444:1 61 .104, 4 6-•••••••••
• ;. 4 % '' • :$80.06 •
ndtion • ... .$l.O to 16.00
: • • • • • .40
Mode, Painting; an,* IKailarn• Languages, extra.
I The Charges are` selblelei ihenetnri • OT . the acCmandode
-60116 . 6 1 14rded. will; 61b1k0:1 1 %. •d
;From ,ttmee terms q ihnftStkoapflifteen per cent. fa made
fdr - the 'diniehtereO6 ILIA InlFfresny pnpila that' are
venhhy t eoldiers p tha iormj. • • ;
IFor pm applj: to gee Omoolutend - ent or PrinCipal.
imat6-8m . ~‘I : : •
904 l k E I S I" IC WiTifiSS•
Ivr .I:sf ' . • • •
A MONTHLY PUBI;IOATION,
o
;• •: L ,E• I .D. , MAC MASTER.
u 65:airs gastrulae /bpaniand for this caw ems 1 Welles
,Isesitet ; Mat .1 should bear to nest AIMS the !ruffs: re
• 41144 , 1*bis ieltnoises Rii;to.usej''' 7- I .'" - 1• •
.(InT .170 a •'•• , •. •.
e rb erMt p loWPß oll4 4 l ll l l 111 tY.
nett; Sit p n ob, ~to
be gall At Messianic
Wane*. u r •li1;.? • tt:i t; .• • • ' •• • •
11. is Intended that the title of the wont; on the •
worditiffaii 4 Lord which Sibs l have ado aa a legend, shall
ioditate character, its, n objects, tad Me • •
chief
114. ;Witness in' Chief,;thel Church , with iti .3
ministry, Is thepivinely ordained If twaltor ofthe Oraclaii,of •
Gbd ; and theimii (lie Divinely ordahse'd Witness to the &tee
sishoe the Pefindert Rstattlisber, and Mead Of his .peculiar
Kingdom, the Chirch, and as dead, to the Church, over all
shitee, l kinthildhis,'6'sipiies,Xilaitijing provinces, 'rite may
so speatr„,;,nay,:over all thinas !iti,beaven, and in, earth, and
under the earth; each emits own sphere, and according to
rte own proper nature, arid • the -peculiar its own
being; ell orstriejtaly related to the Cliurch ; ,and, aG:mado
subject to Him wbc, while be Is'Headef the Church, ie alio
tlie,PiinCe of *thelKitige of , the earth,. and the Pirst.born, that •
is l the Lord, of the whole creation. (Comp. John xviii: .38,
37 ; detif 'B l -`-9;1;BOK. i 26-23 ; till!. it : 51-11; Rev - . I :
5; 0314:15.)_ faithful, end .true.Witnisse, calls
upolithe Church - 1h 'general, and upon : ill end singular the
members of the Church dixpertiCule r, to unite theft tuftimbny :
with hie jest:Lou:my to all truth touching this the subject mat
ter tif:their treed:on,: n'obediencir thia'Wl of
Lbrdilynons ; ',the great cloud of.witneeses who •
havelli.ished . their testimony, and entered into feet apd the
Maar °O&M-a:Nile are'' yet Jdeliverinetheir testij l
nywe•claito,,thuough,,Tke ...yessiaisie.
Lle
dhefdominiiiii of theAfesnitta ill'itsiictelaial great. del 11
nuniop,, emliracingohjeeta,,an,d, events, air, inter-ode,' manistei
fold; Variiiik and' 'very diversified, the range' a. subjects'
treated -in. our proposed, work need tiot,be,narrnw , it, is irsolt
Wended %otitis work shall be, pronerliepeaklng, the orisoDp.
at tag , arty, or tOrtitlyf.'irren , or iiii)!/aerionditatimitiltifthilJ.:
Choreh catholic.; Ntit that. while Christian lux/. epeu kresjer ,
W riest in rte '
principles, it , ehallbe general late scope,, and
w,idtfill lune Qfti RI topics ;. enibracing astfclist,•biblfaidi
exegeticaltheological, ecclesiastical, ethical, etbico-pOlitken4
andiiiiikellaileOus; regard belhkodu- ' •
s6lll O 2 1 # 1 11. Af4ont4. o .bieet! 'end-pods ,of,;(1sowl
Worn. is our purnook that the. predominant. character
the: work shall' biGetplicitßrPi mid eljdietic, :rather 'UAW 1 J
pOlismical but. hat kr, phel 1 chmuss, as Ahem may eemn,toAtis....4
oodeiofi.,•lig 'Wirth) ofVutli and mbeirdiett freely and Gap.
14111 3 1 4 11 51(vbibillie4t-lons cd-theitimes,:as well as the goer !I
principtes and interests which belong alike to alt lungs
Xriannementif here tie& ujide to wire froin'ableiiriftre l - 1
contribniiiimui to, its,mes artprofirP4w ittabitveo,tel:tis.
jecti.'"Within certain limits not inconsistent wit h mese,
wtdohtheieditor skidtbe thejtidike,'sottici diverdiellbfl
ea subjects which , are not, of AO nor of Fait i
sere, viii •bb t alloiied';' eaideiirltdr heftier , sakitle . or We •
whichwesidese i tn egeagtional oasumbesditorielievT)
deal veaSo.,p; will appear over his initials,. the editor
reeponsible only for their publication. ' l"' ! • 'IL* '•••••••.•
IThemork will be published m00pa1y., 1 r1344/4„gproberAgl
conlein 'forty-etelit'pages, crown . octavo; of which the Iftat
f7tYiliages.will: be oconpiedityine:pririeW attic] aa, ft/ling .'!
In laagth fropa about toar,pagrtQ . tvlyeer,firiasteon ; •
lep.vihg about eibt pikes flitMbnorartielee,lncluding snort
not 0". IsttottlwilPublxGelidtfly afAtttoz4o l 7 view .9111pubite
affitra, ecc Was Cal and political, at home and abroad, lit
eia'rjsintellikkitietetaio Ji ex
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paper. and the whole metbatitaia edeetition'triU be nonagon,
is a 7,
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The subscripton rprice; of, the, first volume . WIN/ /7.t?
on del)iefri oetle ffret number. • - • Jo bp s peop i
'Person - 4 l.
ppm obtain Illaheoriberistare
a hit Of - the named!, with their, post-offlovg. addle ' UltOd , tosyat~j'
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blood,ints,ltelld milke •g i6l i a lf , ':4l,Cfid ,Stiniar '4oellstriW *Veil ,im '
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id thooteb 009 phlglitiyt„ ,Jt t•iind,i4opensfufmor r i ntitia " 4
citation to the•Nopxy fn vine aatoniahed behoder , trbero :the ,
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