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The President has issued another pro.
lamation, appointing the
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in August next, as a day of fasting,
miliation p.nd prayer. He was ordered to
do this by a joint resolution of Congress. J
The impudence of this Congress stands
unparallod hinee the lime the Devil quoted
tho Scripture to the Dixiut Ivedetm.-r ;
p'ueing hun on a pinacle of the temple of
Jerusalum, saving: " If thou be the son
if (11, caat thyself down, for it is writ
ten, he shall tive his rngels clunge con-
rerning theo,nd in idr han.ls ,hev
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.hall bear t'.iee up, lest r.f any tune th.. ,
dash thy fvot against a .shme." Thev I
wish aco to be rcstored-ihe Con.titu- j
lion la bo preservedthe rebels to lay '
do n their arms. This sounds well
.raing from such a Congress and such a
President. A Congress that tore the
Constitution to threads that continually i
advocate.! falsehood, fraud and violence !
in the affairs of men. We speak of the j
majority of that Con-ivss U-cause in that j
. , . ,
body there were as pure patuots, and as
disinterestcd mcu as ever tat :n anv delib-!
erative bo-.ly. They were outnumbereil
and trampelled ujxn by a reckleFS inajoii-
iy, following in the wake of that old
man, Thadeus Stevens, who told them he j
wus tired listening to people taik about
the Constitution, that
it never would, nor I
after, with his con- !
could be observed hereafter.
tent. And this majority followed hiuia?
rhwlyas u flock of sheep would follow I
the bell-wether. These .s.nriments come '
with a good grace from such a Lodv of
men. They would be very befitting to ;
come from such a Cabinet as we have at '
Washington, particularly from that pail
of the treasury department which they
turned into a brothel. It is not likely
that u President so devoid of feeling as
Lincoln has shown himself to be, would
care whether tlie people fastnl or prayed
i-uuer. , man who, in travelling a',
the battle field i,t
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l-y ho dead and the dying, and hearing
the ?',eks and moans of lhe ma;!acJ ,
wounded, would Monenf I.;. .,,......
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c..lfe Li,.- i:isinul negro dittv Called
.. ..vinniM,,, veryguilalilepeopV,
u v rm that thft e"
? VV-Vr'V 7 1 : "lght parcel
una un dmtt ou our gullibility j3
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a " "" " nun we nave r.)t
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J i. liau Iliey ;,.,ke.l US to liJ ::,,,J , .,,.
inui me eg!H Ulla ,voJ a).j ,Kr
the superior of the white race I
i ad they I
asked us to fast and pray that the war
i would last until the contractors would all
J become enriched had they asked us to
; fast and pray that famine and pestilence
j would depopulate
i cou"lry. except t
the whole Southern
the negro race, in order
earing, New England men
their land among themselves :
icy asked us to fast and
'; pray that Abraham the First, would be
re-elected and forever retain his power ;
; then, indeed, would we believe them.
! Put this matter U diill livrw-rUv-
; They are getting alarmed, and put us in
; inifiJ of one of Aesop's fables we read
when a boy. If we recollect right, it was
; tliis: "A countryman was driving a
j horse and cart along, and drove so care-
I lessly, that one of the wheels, got into a
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ditch, and he could not "run the machine
j either backwards or forwards ; so he went
! nsuj0) and fell on jjjg knees, praying
j loudly to Hercules to assist him in his !
difficulty. Another man came along and
; asked him what he was doing- and bein"-
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told; he said he was a fool, that Hercules
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j . 11U man vno cuu not ntip
I tiiuiscil. i le also told him to no and
put his shoulder to the wheel and take it
out, and so he did. If this Dynasty had
! abandoned their negro idea and put their
I shoulder to the wheel, they would not bo
; now in this predicament. If they are
' kept in power much longer, we fear the
! people will have humiliation and fasting
enough, let the prayers be ns thev may.
The following is a synovsis of the war
so far as we can glean it from our latest j
files: Washington is safe. Richmond is '
safe, and although there was a report that
Petersburg was taken, we believe it is safe
j also. The Confederate raid into Mary
; land was about fifteen thousand strong
1 hey were divided into two columns, and
! moved u thft S!,..nn.?....K n..
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u tli- 1 of . mac at H llhamsport. One party
attacked Mariinsburg, and the other be-
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) - i.n-jr ire oon.
J ney carrieil . away stores,
: from Martinsbunr. to the vhio .r fl r...
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i liiiiiiuiis ui uunars. jiagersiown was cap-
j tured, and a large contribution demand-
ied and obtained. This division overan
j the greater part of Western Mnrvlan 1
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..vui .,.. sui-cc-smi opposition, wnust
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( uie oiuer uivision was hoiiing Si"el at
f .uaryiana iicights. Sigel was relieved
j from his command, and his army did not
do much afterward.
The authorities at j
frightened and sent
to Grant for help. This has taken from j
Grant's army, of those that were there, j
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Hii i iiio-e mat were going there, about
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forty thousand men. Wallace was unri:-
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eu ana kleated. losincr six cannon. :md
"' V lUvl Mreattd U
more, and has since been Buper-eded bv
iv, t, V
('en0I!l1 l nk!in, after
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b " was. ncavy
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uecisivc battle. lhe
' 3 ,nuK1Ro "emonstrati
S:ih,rt "'n, -vhilc their
were making demonstrations a-
was carr.vi''g the plunder to the
6UiU i,Ie f tLe ,,l!lomac- appears
,,,oy .ot U a11 fcafcI-v uver on Tuesday
mornin?' an'1 in the urso of the day
there was no onemv to be seen in life
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neighborhood of Y ashington and Iiladen-
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ourg. .iiie wires are acrain n, hn(.i
anu ino rauroaus about to be repaired, I
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! ana hu again is quiet on the I'otomac.
General Foster, who is the commander
of our forces at Charleston, sent two re-
'T ! F"ri,'53e and hlkc
'rate 'ork on Johnson's Island,
The rebel frariison amu.ir !.. 1 !
"i i ..... nt ii i i.i .
V T, lx ol,,cers anu onc l,u"
'h.,-ty-seven prisoners. The bal-
j ance got back safely to General Foster's
There is nothing very definite or satis
factory from General Sherman's army
General Johnson's troops are holding them
in check on the north bank of the Chatta
hochee river. Sherman was said to have
taken three thousand prisoners on the re
treat from Kenesaw Mountain. Thus
the matter stands, but if there is any
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I "v-.w.v. qoih i.o inos, we wilt let
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- KjiiueiH northwest who
6ent us a
volume entitled l'Bavejrt jtst and pres- '
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"-i reauaoie and interesting We
are astonished, that i that young city,
they can get up works iti, B..t.
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urone?, out men of
i imuiot 'terpnsc, energy and
skill that go out wot.
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..j viu. iiowever. it
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. j fino, had tl
A nut tier Draft.
We see by one of the papers that old
Ape has ordered a draft for five hundred
thousand more men, to commence in fifty
days after the issuing of his proclamation,
which was on the 18th inst. We have
i neither time nor space to make the neces-
i sary comments on this call, as our paper
j 13 about to be made up in form, hut we
( reserve the right to talk on the subject
j ret week.
I TliK EbEXSHI KG l'.KANCIl KaH.ROAD.
This branch has been worked for the
last week by a substitute. Mr. Warniek,
the careful and popular engineer of this
brancn waB the necessity of juit-
I tinS nis P0"1 for week. His place was
supplied by Mr. Thomas Ilalton, a young
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sati&taction. lie seems to be young, Lut
j he seems to be also expert in his business.
l Illllll irom j- T 1 1 11 1-1 w in nnvAVOi-v rri'.el II
John Parke, owner of the Johns -
town Marble Works, has opened a branch
Concern in a hop opposite our
nrintinr, iW in .hi. l!,mil,h. where he
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nas a nice siock oi Italian ana junencau
He will be prepared to execute
wo.-k at short notice and at roaonaLle
prices, for those who call in v.nd make a
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selection, an 1 give their order. Mr. Geo.
Huntley attends to the concern in the ab-
sence of Mr. Parke.
uT Theo. M. Apple, of 102 and 101
Gatziner slrect Philadelphia, ofiirs
j highest rates of that city, for white oak
l.ha. and barrel staves and heading. We
are acquainted with Mr. Apple an I know
; him to be a business man and gentleman,
i and will do exactlv what he savs.
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; Lis advertisement in another column.
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( uj a. ai..ini ;mi aiatciy mcia,
As they walk the steps of the languid dance,
And f:ht in the puse between.
Lut beneath the boughs of the heavy oak.
Where the aiinMrel fountains play,
I tliink that the artier village giil
li swi-tter by f.u than they.
Rt cit.v stores
! 1Iow 1r 1,obie ar,,i ,iClf'
! V'al :ls fdab!e can le bogllt,
; A,Jd no dotibt just as cliOan.
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I At J. M. 7'iionipson's Store, P.
" Why should we
Or piake vt draft's alarms ;
'Tis but tiie voi. e that Al-r'in semis
To make us shoulder arins!"
The "perpetrator of the above was him-
en ui mivu Kin I'si.i hii, wu iiiiiiK on tlie
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pha oi insanity. Having recovered his
! senses he . rw.niitr .?..r,...i ..,
i cr.'f ,1....t.l !... 1 .1-1
I . .v.v-..... uuuicii mi u new
.Tw " mV 'P ,aud farWon-
b!e SlO:0 of K J" & Co- 51,1,1 "rp-s
a11 who ni:v be siluilar to go Ll
do ilkcwise. .
They still have (as they always have) a
large assortment of ready made clothing
and dry goods of all kinds, which thev
are selling bdoic city prices. Call an'l
The Ciiallticaf Ions oi" Substl-
The uncertainty .which the Provost
Marshall General's office has thrown over
the subject of the eligibility of substitutes
for service in the army is beinor "radn.-illv
removed. A few davs since we nntl.,"l !
- a o i
an order declarinz that for nersnns not !
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naule to "'"afl, who desire to present rep-
c-ntative substitutes, any one, whether
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v. .nvkJi. ur not, wouici oe ac-
c-epted. A recent order defines the quali
fications for substitutes for drafted men,
or those who are furnished in advance of
the draft. The latter must not be liable
litil.Ie t llm .1... r. . .. ti.
to mihtarv duty, and must in:ike ,,AtU
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mat they are exempt from the lr:.ri i.
reason of alienage, or havin served two
years in the United States Army or Navy
"nee April 15, 1SG1. In sucl
certifidates of exemption will bo "ranted
to the principal for three years by the
Provost .Marshall of the District in which
he resides, on receipt of the oath and
enlistment paper of his substitute.
Rebel Knit in Maine.
Nkw Youk, July 15. The Commer
ciul Advertiser publishes a dispatch from
Washington that Governor Cony, of
Maine, has telegraphed to the President
le. send him two gun-boats to Castine and
Eastpost, as a rebel raid is exnected from
, New Prunswick on our frontier. The
President has telegraphed to New York
to dispatch the vessels immediately.
yrrsT., ;vie., July 15. The Ameri
can consul at St. Johns, N. Ii.. has no-
inieu juvernor vorv inat n.
Southern emigrants p.nd sympathysers
St. Johns, on Wednesday night, to c
rait depredations on the frontier of Maine.
There is probably Borne foundalion for
the story, but the raiders are more likely
i gei mio jan man any wtierc else if they
demonstrate in this section.
(Special correspondence of the World.)
The It aider In JMaryland.
Washington, D. C, July 14.
There is a calm ! Yet there is no
general agreement on the part of the in
habitants of the sorely vexed city whether
to laugh or pout.
"It was too good a joke," shout the
merry hundreds, beset during the proxim
ity of the raiders with fearful dreams o'
nights and trembling knees by day. -m
''It was too outrageous," declare the
indignant hundreds, w ho preceived in this
menance of the capitol an insult hard c
nough, indeed, to bear with patience. -
In good sooth, Washington has had a
very narrow escape." This Is evident e
noogh now, from facts which have trans
pired since the enemy retired. Their
forces brought into .Maryland certainly a
mounted to thirty thousand men, who
gained an advantage at Monocacy 'which
..i wiujr gave mem control ot the tuin-
leading thence to liahimopp.
j Washington, but opened all eastern Mary
i.uiu 10 uieir iorao'ers.
j Th(y did not wish to pursue Wallace
I at the risk of meeting hH forces behind
! ,ne t'nces of Haltimore. Tliey preh r
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s the nost important
: : ' "'" ..e w ,K-n might ue coinpara
j uveiy unueierided. Their mistake was
uKXt they sou-jht it too late
; marched immediately down the Kockville
, ""'"piKe alter winning their victory, and
, :l-:u,lto1 t ' ipilol with their main force
I in earnest, their success would not at all
j ,iJlve ,Jncertain
liut Hunter and Couch, whom they
; liave desj)ised, seeing how little those
j commanders seemed to comprehend the
; position of alKiirs, were still in their rear
; aim m to ic watched. It is now shown
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. , vj -i mi ce or ooservauon in re-
v ; si-rve between tlif T,
rn i-mtain m.l c.
; their cavalry and a force of mounted in-
' ..... m.ii niici .i.-iinincr to
j h'try the agreeable task of plundering the
See i c'JUm,y destroying the railroads and tel
i egraph lines, frightening Haltimore crazy,
j and infusing a panic-stricken estimate of
j (heir numbers above. Washington into the
j minds of the country resident's and farmers
I to he transmitted to the capitol in due
. season proceeded with the remainder
: and eivater part of their infantry force to
j thivaKn this city. Their advance guard
! bivouacked at Kockville Sunday niht.
Our eavalry met thi-irs lwyond"'IVn!ia!!v-
town Monday morning: their skirmishers
; appeared in Front of" Fort Stevens Mon
! day forenoon From that time until 5
j o'clock, p. m., the weariness and uncer
j tainty of the rebels themselves prevented
them from entering the city against com
; paratively weak opposition. After that
i uoui mere were many who would have
j witnessde with a sweet and thankful smile
i any adenipt which they might have made
1 to storm or capture
j Put their wonderful success their es-
i.ipe over the I'otomac at last ! Aye,
there's the rub. Heboid a spectacle hu
miliating beyond t.ny of the sad military
dramas which have been enacted to our
disfavor since the war began.
Si-ene 1. Maryland-the Potomac
invasion an army of rebels cros-ing the
river three Union armies "disappeared,"
and disappearing in the western and
Scene '1. Advance ol invaders lively
plundering hy Hankers and detachments
plunder disappearing to the rear.
Scene 3. Wattle of Monocacy brave
struggle of veterans against odds skedad
dle of hundred day's men "disorderly"
retreat music and jubilee by the rebels
! uiose other Union "armies" still a
j Scene -i. General devastation bv the
! invaders plunder everywhere
inuin in lialtimor
e railroads and tele- i
graph hues destroyed Washington me-
naced the troops of the Union behind
mountains and ibrtihViitions on the lcr
of t,,e arena, watchiiv the show
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cene .. (.xrand n:turn march of the
Txhel nrm7 ov" the I'otomac, through
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open doors, bearing the spoil of its con
'i hus the drama closes.
Ki:am.ky Johnsox Pi;i;xs His Homk
STKAii. Vv'ashington, July 16. When
lradley Johnson entered Fredrick, he di
rected his steps to his old homestead,
where he and his family once resided.
He found his old homestead occupied by
a Northern man, wh0 i)aJ purchased it
from the Government. He asked for the
occupant, who appeared, and after a few
pertinent inquiries, Johnson informed him
that he was the rightful owner of the
at nce Wndod the rent of
81,400, at the rate of $i00 per month,
the man having resided in it fourteen
months He gave him thirty minutes to
collect the rent, which was done. Prad
ley asked him if l)e Wanled a rocei.)t.
T he occupant said that he did not, and
then Pradley gave hini two hours to move
his goods out, which being done, the house
was set on fire, and in a liUle time was a
mass of ruins.
Another Alarm at Washington.
Washington, July 16, Additional
alarm was occasioned on the Virginia
side of the Potomac yesterday by reports
that the rebels were running a railroad up
to Manasses., This is . not yet veriBed,
but it is not thought impossible, and that
the designs of the rebels are to command
the gaps, and keep open their communica
tion between Gordonsville and the valley.
'Right Straight to Anarchy and
Though very expressive, this certainly
is not a very decorous heading for an edi
torial article. We have to plead, in jus
tification of its use, that it is copied from
the remarkable order of Gen Sherman,
which challenges attention in another col
umn. 1 his energetic order, which is ad
dressed by the commander-in-chi-f of our
forces in the Southwest to General liur
bridge, commanding in Kentucky, seems
to go hand-in-hand with I'resiJ-nt Lin
coln's recent proclamation pulling the
whole" State of Kentucky under martial
law. The deplorable condition of things
in I he Southwest, as disclosed by General
Sherman's -order, and the simultaneous
condition of things in the East, as dis
closed by the recent successful raid into
Maryland, are flagrant proofs of the in
capacity of the administration, and of its
total unfitness fur its great trust. How
is it that whole States, like Iventnefcv unrT
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vast sections of country, like those re
cently overun by Early'6 freebooter, are
delivered over to rapine and pillage, in the
fourth year of a w ar in which the govern
ment has had eighteen hundred thousand
soldiers to dispose of as it pleased ? Is
t'is the sl-ite of things the people bar
gained for when, in a great flush and out
pouring of patriotism, they gave the gov
ernment its first half million of men?
Are tlicsc tli3 triumphant victories which
we were told la.-t winter we should be
celebrating before the fourth of duly.
We ask the country to study this de
claration in Gen.-i al Sherman's order, and
to ponder it well: "The fact is," he
says, " that in our country personal liber
" ty has been so well secured that public
" safety is lost sight of in our laws and
" in-litntions ; and the j'uzt , twit wear'
" 1'irotni Jxick o.ie hundred ?ran in civihz i
" toil, laws, and evtiythny d-e, and wh.i.
" CO HIGHT STKAWiHT TO AN.ARC'HT AM)
" the VKXU. IK soMKKOijy don" t At:i:K.-T
"on: downward i'Ko.i;t-s " Ti.is is
sufliciently plain-spoken, and soim of
very questionable. We cannot a-ree wi:h
General Sherman that t
city winch is secured by our institutioa?
is incompatible with the j uMic safe! v.
If a ooet makes hobblinir verses he ba
DO IV'I't to cli:irrv l is i.cn uv.i.t . c'
upon the intractibility of the lai
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It requiies state-niaiihip to govern
troubled times through f ee institutions.
If Mr. Lincoln caniiot conduct a war
without their supervision, it simply shows
that Mr. Lincoln is incompetent for hi
place. But though General Sherman
may le a questionable expounder of the
Constitution, he is, at least, a competent
witness to the condition of things in th;
department he commands ; and we are
bound to 1h lieve him when he declares
that "everything will go right straight to
anarchy and the devil if somebody don't
arrest our downward progress.' Wheth
er we regard our civ il, our military, or our
financial prospects; whether we look at
gigantic debt, or colossal expenditures, or
our disordered currency : at the hih price
of necessaries, (lie suppression of freedom,
or the impending call for new armies ; or
at the public hoxs disappointed and loyai
States in the East lalhe-ed. in the Vef
overrun with guerrillas, we must see th -t
lhe country is indeed in a very ba I way
f sn,rLr.di d,.t tl .1
progress." Pour years more of Mr.
Lincoln's imbecile rule would ruin the
country irretrievably. Gur only hope of
redemption is the presidential election
Tlse Ilebclts Across tlie Potomac.
-.New York, July 1C A World spe
cial says: Advices from the Uu:r Po-
tomac confirms the reported retreat of the
rebels into inrmia. (nr HriiiUv ti.oii.
C'l the rebels' rear last evening and some
stragglers were taken, but it was impossi
Die to intercept the main bod v. Thev
had when at Wilson's farm, 570 prison
ers, taken at Monocacy. A Tribune
Washington special says : It is estimated
that the rebels secured 10.000 head of
cattle and horses, besides droves of sheep
and hogs, which got across the Potomac
while threatening Washington. Urief as
was the combat before Washington it
was bloody. Their killed and wounded
must have been 500. Tlie small and
wasted brigades of the 6th Corps veterans
made sad havoc among them.
Gunpowder Dridge Uestroyed.
Paltimore, July 15. The Philadelphia
Hailroad Company have made arrange
ments for running over their road to-morrow.
Gunpowder bridge has not yet
been repaired, but a foot bridge has been
constructed around the burnt rortion so
that passengers can cross to the train be
yond. The bridge is more seriously dam
aged than was at first reported.
The report to-day of rebel cav alry be
ing near this city is believed to be entirely
incorrect. Our cavalry have made thor
ough examination of the country in this
vicinity, but could not find an enemy any
where. It is supposed the presence of
some of our citizen scouts, sent out from
Baltimore, were taken by country people
for rebels, and hence the reports.
Movements of Admiral Leo.
New York, July 16 A Herald cor
respondent says that Admiral Lee, of the
James river squadron, has gone to the
South Carolina sounds on an inspection
lour- i wo representativea nf vi.. !
are with the armv as obs
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Ameflcnu War. foreign iQter
From tLe London Morning lt Govern
ment organ Juue 11th. J
We give the following as a specimen of
the sentiment beginning to prevail iu
government circles, in Europe with
gard to their intervention in the Ameri
We are glad to find that the observa
tions we made the other dAy with rt-fer-enee
to the inexpediency of attempting at
this moment to mediate between the be
ligerents in America are entirely in ac
coi dance with the opinion expiesed
Lord Brougham in the House of Irdii ou
Thursday. There can be no doubt that
the feeling in favor of intervention is grow
ingapuce. Lord Enfield has presented a
petition to the House of Commons from
inhabitants of the metropolis in this m-iisc,
and Lord Brougham states that he has re
fused during the last three weeks to pre
sent similar petitions from various mer
cantile bodies, because he felt that the
tune to intervene had not yet arriv-d
1 he subject has also been discussed at
s me length and with much ability bv a
correspondent in our columns. In fax!
the frightful carnage of the present cam
paign has so painfully brought cut the-charactu-
of the straggle. that on conaid
orations of humanity alone, onlookers ar,
irresistibly moved to interfere. There i?
us Lord Brougham said, but one univer
sal feeling not only in this country, but
ail over Europe. i'he wxir the Federal
ar? waging against the independence i
the Southern States is reprobated as un-ju-t
and impracticable, and iho means re
sorted to for the purpose of carrying it on
are denounced by men of all parties.
But while on the other hand, it is evi
dent that the headstrong politicians of tU
Xonh, whose single object appears ta W
to get to Jiiehmond, no matter .-it L,
' -'ost, would r-jrtct with suicidal scorn ,nv
j proposal to r. -tore p,-aee bv an eq.iiiabV
' adj jstm nt of the matter in dispute ;
on the otLer hand, thre are in the v-tfA
l liion oi tne conten hug fjrees. insutM-i-
j u,e leg;.! objr;;it.ns to t!ic recognition ,.f
the Confederate' States bv the cov ernr.j. r'
i I i . -. . - 1
; o. England : n i i- ram-e. S;ill
wirn ! i i;rou.'ham. t
p nod it will hi jjossibh- to intorpo-e Ai-h
-neet. an that, in conjunction with ihe
g .venmr nt of the Euip-ror of (he Frenc : ,
ILr Majesty's govenim- nt may be abir
il'il ;;l IiO n;s- T,t
lJ--lli iii- i.ornl.Ie war tu a el
-uul""""", in tue mterctia of
must hope that Gen. Lee ui!i have
u-cngth, as he has the skill and cour
ag., to re;,el an invasion directed, s Lord
lius.svll rightly observes, against ix mil
avns of people who are .simply acting up
to the principle contained to the famous
HechvMti mi of In.Iependezice which laid
ui-' toun lation of the
dissolved LVr.nl, He.
rP!'n' Court sale
1V Vlltlll" l.r mi
or.ler of the Orphans' Om'rt of Cambria
G-unty, the undersigned vvili expose to u-iie
by pubhe vci-.due or outcry, , n ti.e r.rerais-s
en SATURDAY, the 'JO h .lav of .Wu-t
t ext, at 1 o'clock p. m , the f Ilowin. tujA
! t,f5t:U 1,1 w!.ich Mithias ShtHnk died -i ...
i .... T? nS!!!l-e tract or Pie, e
i',.'"' "lU!l,' AUfgOeuy tvw:;-
.Joseph H ." K .rWr r '' v v ,
ward iarrab.tiudi. John B. Ih.ffmr.n
i eter Mi.ei.er. containing one 1 unbred ai a
seven acre, or thereabouts; together with
the buildings and improvement, thereon
Terms Olc half of the purchase moia v
to be- paid ou confirmation of the sale, ..n'i
the residue in one year thereafter, with ih
lerot, to be secured by the judgment bon i
and mortgage of the purchaser.
JOUX PUCK, Tiustee.
July 20th ltC4-3t.
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