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H H VOL. V.--No. 132. PHILADELPHIA, 8ATURDA.Y, JUNE Q, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. T IN TUB YOUNO AND RISING GENERA i Hon, the vegetativ powers ot lire are strong ; bat, In few years, how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye, and emaciated torm. and the lmponsluillty of appli cation to mental effort, ihow Its banelal Influence I It soon becomes evident to the oboervor that some depress ing Influence Is checking the development of the body. Consumption Is talked or, and, perhspj,the youth is re moved from school and sent Into the country. This Is ene of the worst movements. Removed from ordinary diversion of the ever-changing scenes of tho city, the powers of the body too much enfeeb ed to give zest to healthful and rural exercise, thoughts are turned In wards upon themselves t the parent's heart bleeds In anxiety, and fancies the gravo but waiting lor Its victim. Alas! Increase of appetite has grown by what It fed on the energies of thelsystcm are prostrated, and the w lisle economy Is deranged. Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu FOR WEAKNESS ARISING FROM EX ESSES OB IJS DISCRETION'. Attended with the following symptoms : Indisposi tion to txcrtlon, Loss of Power, Lois of Memory, Diffi culty of Breathing, General Weakness, Ho rror of Dis ease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, IJorroi of Death, Might Sweats, Cold Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness ot Vision, Languor, Universal Lassitude of tho MuscuUr System, Often Knormous Appetite with Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of thellodv, Diyness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance and Kruptlons on the Face, Pain In the Hack, Heaviness ot the Eyelids, Frequont'y Black Spots flying before the Kycs, with Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, Want or Attention, Great Mobility. Restlessness with Horror of Hocloty. Nothing is more desirable to such Patients than Solitude, and nothing they more dread for Fear of Themselves, no Kepcse of Manner, no Earnestness, no Speculation, bat a hurried Transition trom one question to another. These symptumB, If allowed to go on which this Medi cine iovaiiably removes soon follow Lit ot Potcr, fatuity, and pileplic Eitt, In one of which the patient may exptre. During the Superintendence of Dr. Wilson, at the Bloomlngdale Asylum, this sad result occurred In two patients; reason bad fur a time left them, and both died of epilepsy. Who can say thai these excesses are not frequently followed by thofo diictul diseases, INSANITY and CONBUJirTION ? 'lhe records of the Intone Asy lums, and the melancholy deaths by Conumptwn, bear ample v. Itness to the truth of these ns9erttons. In Lu natic Asvlums the most melancholy exhibition ap pear. The countenance Is actually sodden and quite destitute ncltherMlrth or Grlct ever visits It Should a sound of the voice occur, It is rarely articulate "With woinl measures wan Despair Low sai'en sounds his giioi beyuiied. Whilst we regret the existence of the above diseases nndsjmpton.g we are prepared to ofter an invaluable gilt of chemistry for the removal of ttio cousotjuences HELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. THERE IS NO TONIC LIKE IT. It Is an anchor o hope to lhe surgeon and patient; and this Isthetestl- ony of all who have used or proscribed It. HELMBOLD'S FLD1D EX1RACT BUCHU for Non Betentlon or Incontinence of Urine, Irritation, Inflam mation or Ulceration of the Bladder or Kidneys, Diseases of the Prostate Gland, Stone In the Bladder, Culculus, Gravel or Brick Dust Deposit, and all Diseases ol the Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXiBACI BUCHU, In aflcctlons peculiar to females, Is unequa'.led by any other pieparatlon, as In Chlorosis or Retention, Iiregu atities, painiuiness, or suppre-sion of customary evacua tions, Ulceration or Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Leu ccrrhoea. and all complaints Incident to the sex, whether arising from habits or dissipation, linprudoucios, or In the Decline or Change ot Lite. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH Will radl ally exterminate from the system Diseases of the Unnorv Organs arising trom habits ot dissipation at little expense, little or no change In diet and no exposure, completely superseding those unnloasant and dangerous remedies, Copaiba and Mercury, In curing those un pleasant and DANGEROUS DISEASES. USE HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU In all cases ol the Urinary Organs, whether existi.ig in male or lemale, nom whatever cause originating, and no matter or how longstanding. ItU. p'easaut in taste aud coiot, Immediate lu 1U actlm, and more strengthening than any or the preparations of Bark or Iron. Those suffering from Broken-down or Dellctte Consti tutions procure the remedy at once. The reader must be aware that however slight may be the attack of the above disease, it Is sure to affect the ..-..ui, nwntui nowcrs. happiness, and that o posterity. C ur flesh and blood are supported troin those sources. PHY3ICIANP, PLEASE NOTICE I We make no secret o" the Ingredient. HELMBOLD'S ., fl.UIu t.KTHACT BUVHO la composed 01 Buchu, Ca lebs and Jumper Hemes, seeded with Meat c ire, and i.reoarcd in vacuo by U T. HELMBOLU Druggist and lieinin O' sixteen years' experience in the City ol Philadelphia, and which Is now prescribed by the most tminent physicians, has been admitted to use In the l ulled ta.es Army, and is also In very general use m Hate Hospitals and public (Sanitary Institutions throughout the land. Dr. Keysek Is a physlclnn of over twentv years' expe rience, and a yruuuate 01 the Jefferson Medical College, ana 01 the University 01 Medicine sua Surgery of Fhlia- U'iPB.'l'. T. Hrlhbold. Dear Mr: In regard to the auestlun asked niu as to my opinion about BucM, I Would say that 1 have used and sold the article In Various lor ns lor the past ti.lrty 'ears. 1 do not tnluk there is any form or prepaiution ot it I have not used or known to be used, in the various diseases where such medicate aiient would he indicated. You are aware, as well as mvse t. that It has been extensively employed In the various dieaaesof the bladder aud kluneys, and the reputation ii hut acquired In my judgment is warranted Vhae seen and used, as before stated, every form of linchu the powdered leavos the almoin decoction tinc ture fluid extracts and 1 am not cognizant of any pre paration of that plant at all equai to yours, Twelvn years' experii nee ought, 1 think, io give mo the rignt to Judge ot Its merlin and without prejudice or par tiality 1 vive jours precedence over all others. I do not vaiuo a thing according to Its bulk It I did other Buchut would out-do yours : but I hold to the doctrine that bulk and quantity do not make up value If they did, a copptr cent wou d be worth more than a golddullar. I va tie your Buchu for lis etlect on patients I have cured with It and seen cured with It, more diseases ol the bladder and kidneys than I have ever seen curou with anv oiher Buehu, oi any other proprietory com pound of whatever uame. Kespeottutly yours, etc., OBiiHUK U. KKYSKE M. D.. Ne. HI) rVood stieut, I'ittabarg, Fa. August 11, 1865. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT OP SAKS APA RILL, A, HlOnLT COMCBNTBATKD One bottle equivalent In strength to one gallon of tho Svruo or Decoction. It reaches the seat of the disease Immediately, ex pelling all BCMOKS OF THE BLOOD, and BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION I These artUles, being ot such strength, the dose Is ex ceedingly small. From this fact It 1 used In the United States Army Hospitals aud public Sanitary Institutions throughout the land. PRINCIPAL DEPOTS. HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE, No, 694 BROADWAY, New York. AND HELM HOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT, VA S. TENTH Street, below Chesnut, Philadelphia. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVIRY WHERE. PMfiAEE OF COC'STEtFEl'S. ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S THIRD EDITION THE NEW WAR. THE LATEST FEMAA FOOLERY. Tlte Iuvntsion ot Cmuula. TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT Hamilton, Toronto, Kingston, and Montreal Threatened. PLAN OF CAMPAIGN. Panic Anions the "Knights in Buckram." FEAR OF BRITISH REGULARS. Gen. O'Neill's Troops Scattered HE FAVORS GUERILLA OPERATIONS. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc. The Fenian Programme INFORMATION FROM 11EADQUA KTEKB II, NEW YORK. It is stated at the Fonian headquarters ( Roberts'), that the commander ol tho expedition against Canada, just undertaken, is Colonel O'fieill, of ash viiie, lenuesaee. His command appears to nave crossed the line in detachments, part in one place aud l art in part in another, principally, however, trom Black Bock. They are well supplied with am munition and war material for the tirst operations; and expect to make a series of military demonstra tions iu a very short time. The next point of attack is tor obviuus reasons withhold trom tno public. The Fenian "circles" rainity ttirouga all the pro vinces, and are understood to bo actinic in conceit with their brethren trom the American side. fais, it is supposed, will tend to overthrow tho coutidouoe of the authorities in any endeavor to resist the in vaders by the aid of the' militia. As for regular ttoops, there are but six tbeuaaud of them, of whom a large proportion are in full sympathy and fellow ship with the Fenians. There is, therefore, reason, according to the oilicial authorities here, to antici pate an early upusing ot the Cauadian population, and a fraiermzing oi tho British soldiers with the pioplo, as in the days of tho barricades in Fans. it is also claimed tuat not only tho Irish inhabi tants oi the provinces hut tho French Canadians, are connected with this conspiracy, ana wul, at toe proper Uuio, add their co-operation. It l" possible therefore, that this occupation ot Port Erie is but au attempt to direct attention while a blow mote decisive will he strucK at a more vital point of British empire in North Amorica In that event we may expect to see the lower St. Lawreuce re gp"nding at an early day to the call oi lhe Fenians. Thelpopulatien ot the protincos but a little ex ceeds that ot the United States at the time ol the Revolution ; and the party that desire the overthrow ot the British ru e is about the same as the number ot Whigs and ".Sons ot Lluorty" iu 1775. lhe organization is more pertoct, tho means of supply are abundant, and there are military olllcers to tako command who have learned war practically on the field of tattle in the Southern States. The headquarters in this city are in close commu nication with the seat ot war; but there are few per sons to be seen. Hardly a military man is visible, and there is good reason to behove that the otlioial persons ot the "Brotherhood" who are directing ope rations are at tome other point. Bui it Is understood that further movements will be niado speedily, and confidence is expressed that miny of our recently disbanded soldiers will unite with the invading lorce. It these expectations prove to be wcli lounded, the move mi t is a form dabie one. A. 1' Evening J'ost. The Gathering at ilutfalo. Tt e Buflalo Express, of Thursday even-ng, ban the following account ol the preliminary movements in that city, where the Fcniaus rendezvoused for the Canadian campaign : GENERAL SWEENEY IN BUFFALO. "Last week General Sweeney, with other Fealau roilltury leader.-, a iu this city, and we uu demand that bis plan ot operations was huully discussed here, adopted, and arrangements perfected tor car rying it into execution immediately. "On Monday or 1 uesday evening oi last week, a council of war was bold, and its sittings continued until three o'clock in the morning, lhe debate upon the qnegtion to do or not to do, was long, earnest, impassioned. Ceuoral Sweeney declared that something must be done, or attempted to be done, in Canada, whatever its result, in order to rescue the Order and a 1 belonging to It from dis grace Uis desperate arguments prevailed against a teeble opposition, aud when the council broke up the dio had been cant, the proraniiuo ot Cana dian invasion laid out, the orders lor striking pro nounced. DKrOTS OF ARMS. "Iho first business seems to havo boen the ostab- liBbwonl ot oepots of arms at convenient points At Erie this was illy managed. The agent there had been instructed to advertise a sale ot military woa pons and equipments, iu order to cover i he reception and storage of such property as a legitimate transac tion ol commerce, tie misunderstood his instruc tions, failed to advertise, and the muxkota In uis bands were seized by the liovorutuenl othcials. , "lu Buflalo there was more aoutouusa, as we luler, witkout any positive Knowledge. TUB OATHKUINO OF FORCES. "On Tuesday last, trom all information we can gather, the concentration of Sweeney's loroes began. From Kasbville, Louisville, Cincinnati, ludianapo lis, Columbus, and other Western points, a quiet movement ol men commoncoa, tending to tuts point. THE ADVANCE GUARD. "About three hundred ol these men reached Clove- land by a special train trom Nashville just before inidniifht ou Monday, and immediately separating into snial bands, were quartered among their friends in that citv. va luesday morning another partv, ot about toity, arrived trom Columbus, and at night the entire body started lor this city, as a gouorai rule, they are stated to hav acted in an orderly mau- nil whno in Cleveland, though somo ot them were much dt moralized. Transportation win provided lor throe hundred and lortv-two, which number to k the 10 o'o.ock Mian by the Lake Shore road, Tuosaay night. ON TUB ROUTE the demoralization became general, and flints wera irequeut. At one time au enure car load wero en gaged in a general scrimmage, and many of the party wete severely injured. At Ashtabula ono man wai so badly hurt iu the temple that lat.e hope ot bis re covery is entertained All along the road mon were droDDcd at the way station", more or less badly wounded, so that of the turee hundred and forty-two which lelt Cleveland, it is reported only about turee uunoreu.reacned iunaio. at stifriit). "Towards 6 o'clock yesterday morning the train reached this city ; but instead ot, as uiual, running directly into the depot on Michigan street, it wus ...... . . ....... II.. ....... i .-1 A .1 . , ,1.A w , . I n . I . . IU1CU HUUUl H II 11 IU UUIBIUUf H11U .uu .l If WUU'.ll near the Union Ironworks. They oonduoted them- nils, i u m ujud, ui m i i j uiauuui , - mf-i .ivv into small partita, aud disappeared under the charge ol various parties belonging t tUe lirothorhood in this city. After breakfast many of them cou'd be seen making their way across Main street, lnty and in r(,u.js of tno or three; but all seemed to bo witliont anv delinite aim. though it was nofocd that they ai-ked no qnes'ions as to localities, and appeared to know as much about trie city as the natives. AT TUB DEPOT. "Duting Tuesday night various despatches were rrccived in the city, warning the authorities ot the approach of the partv. the Mayor of Cleveland to egraphed to Mayor Vells, and the 1'once Com missioners and United Slates Marshal al-o reoeived lniorniatlon ot the departure ot tho "army, the noie ot preparation was immediately hoard at hoad quaiters. aud tears being entertained thatdistuib anccs might arbe Ironi the pre.-ence ot so largo a body ol men in our midst without restraint, tho Commissioners and the chief of I'olice reinainod on duty all night, and were present, at the depot on the arrival ot the train, but no Fenians were to be teen. PRECAUTIONS. "Telegrams were immediately sent by Mayor Weils and the I'olice Commissioners to the Mayors ol loronto and Hamilton, giviug all the inlormution that could be obtained. 'Major Dunn, now stationed at Fort Porter, was also inlurniid ol the facts. Tae lorco at the fort, however, consists of but Ufty men belonging to the leiMilaraimi , and there is little material ol war or mi ana ot any kind to prevent any attempts at cross ing that might be niaue. -'the United Mates Manhal and the Collector alro notified the commander ol the United States gtcamer Michigan, and everything was put in readi ness lor iinrueuiate service " The Landing in Canada. Fenian Camp, Mouth of Frenchman's Creek. C. W.. J urn 1. 1 80 1'. M . via Buflalo. S 4. M One thousand Fenians, command, d ov general O'Aeul, eroded mgara river from Kufl'aio at 2 80 A. jI., and captured Waterloo and Fort Ene, tore up a small Portion ot the trucK ot the ttuuaio and Lake Huron Baiiway, and cut the telegraph wires loading to tne Canadian inteiior. They then moved down the Niagara river towards Chippewa, hul lng at this piace, where rumors pre vailed duriug the forenoon oi the advance oi caua dian troops. Breastworks have been hastily constructed, and at this honr report ol the Canadian advance are re tarded so important ttiat drums aro beatinr to arms, and troops assembling In nuo ot battle, ejuots are heard in tho distance, A man has just come in wounded in the leg. skirmishers are pushing to the front. Flanking co uiuus are moving oat at the doub e-quick, and every preparation is Deiug made lor an engagement expected upon a doubtlul rumor. lue American suoie is ncod witn spectators. Crowded tugs and small boats are plying up aud down the river, ihcre is tremendous excitemeut all along the irontier, but no measures have buon taken to prevent communication between the two siues. Fenians and straugeis are crossing and re croesing the Niagara, In skifift Canadian lamilies are fleeing as from the wrath to come. The United btiues steamer Michiaun lies at Black KocK. oooo- site and in lull view ol the Fenian lines. Her guns, bring a salute lor General Scott this after noon, frightened the Canadians tor a time out ot their wits. Ibe ionians are thoroughly armed, but ununiiormed and lacking nuppiies. There are rumoisof another crossing of Niagara, witn artillery, to-night. Fonian movements will probably be decided to-night. There aro rumors that tho Fenians are now ciossmg the 8t. Lawrence. Twoteiegrams leceivod this morntun. one dated 10 o'clock, Wluusor, the other at Detroit, state there ate no movements at tntso points, and the nones cunent all day, of a crossing effected under fire, are witneut lounoation. Action of the Antliorltiex The SItua tloii nt l.att-Nt jata. Buffalo, June 1 Towards the cloe of the day advices lrom Washington, and the growiug bold ness ot the Fenian preparations in the city to rein lorce the lnvadeis in Canada, induced the steamer Michigan and the military authorities to check com munication between the two shores of tne Niagara. Orders were issued lorbiddmg the ciossmg of the nver by anybody, which were only partially eflectivo, owing to lack of means to enforce them. Company 1), ol the ftu, and Company B, of tne both iieginients.fi. I. a. U.. were directed this evening to embaik on tugs and patrol the river. Marching trom the armory to the docks with small bi&ss field pieces, these companies round it Incon venient to secure tugs. Tney roturned to the arse nal, followed by a crowd of hooting Fenians, i he military have btcn assembled at the arsenal all the evening. .rtu immense meeting of tomans and Fenian svm- path.zers is being held at the Opera House. Speeches are in progress, a preat dca of enthusiasm is ex hibited. About $1200 was col ecied;to purchaso out- uussarv supplies ior me invaaera. buffalo. June z. 121 a. M. Preparations tor another crossing ot the Niagara by the reinloroo mcnts and artillery are thus lar prevented. 1'ho steamer Michigan is finally on the alert, and now enkoged in patrolling the river from Black Kock to the head of Grand Island. A detail of marines and two guns from the Muhiaan have been placed on board the tugsJ. C. Harrison and V. M. E'arrar. which aro now assisting the Patrol, with orders to sing anything attempting to cross during the night. liocKei signals nave Just been sent up lrom boats lurking near the American side, which signals have not yet been answered from the Fenian camp, whose llrtscuu be distinctly seen ou the Cauadiau side. 1 he universal opinion is, that a desperate attempt to crocs Colore morning tiora this sido will not bo lightly relinquished, as tho artillery supplios are con sidered actually necotsary to enablo the invaders to niamiain tuoir position against the resistance looked lor to-morrow, although those across are lullv armed, and generally talk fight. O'Neill, com- uiaiiuur oi tne invading lorce. is tnirtv.hve vears oi ago, oi medium height, thick y bui t, light complex ion, ncavy mouatacne. mounted ou a homo seized at fort Erie, with saddle oi antiouo pattern, and bridle made of c otb and line. His opinion ot tho situation is summed up iu tho statement that "we are here, and time wi ii show whether wo can stay here or not." To morrow, it Is ukely, will iuruish an answer to the question ol retreat or advanoe. l ull Ietlln of the Moveiuent from Bnf f'alo. Buffalo, June 2. Tne concentration of the I enlaus on this point was actively begun on Wed nesday, biuce the morning of that day every train over the Western roads has brought instalments ot niysleriou stiangers. Although noue ol these came armed, conspicuous advertisements ot tae lurge quantities ot arms, ammunition, and com missary stores for sale in tho city turnished au, inkling now irie( was to fee obtained, lownsond aud Oukloy Halls, and tiio small hotels and boarding houses, were crowded on Wednesday and to-night. Ample warning was giv.n to tho Cunadwn authori ties aud our own United (Slates and local olhctala. 1 he troops at Fore l'orter wore held lu reaniness. Tho United slates stoamor Mtcliiyan had ber guns shotted and steam up on the first alarm All day Thursday the Feniun force hero continued to be swelled Dy lresu arrivals. A secret session ot the tlilols was held and significant preparations mado in the afternoon. Those, however, were uulieeaed by tne Canadians on uie opposite score, who appa rently disbelieved ; at, any rate, they neglected tho ttatumica ui iua Aiuvnuiu Huuiunues, Ihursdav evening the dec sive movemrnt boaran. The Fenian lorce, which had berotolore eudeavorod to conceal their organization, aud had broken un iito divisions and small squads about the citv, showed a growing tendency to concentrate. At midnight the ramble of ammunition wairons niinslad with the tramp of men in the stroets, advancing in various directions towards Black ltock. l'amicg in darkness through the villages ot the upper and lower Blacg Kock, the loroo tiuallv uuited, aud numbering by tins time 1600, meu halted on the shores ot the Niagara, where two tuirs and two canal boatsawalted them. Embarking without the slightest question or mo esiauou, eiiner irom tne mi ttary, wno were re ponng in Fort l'orter: from the steamer Michwan. quietly nursing her steam In Erie basin; from the ponce, patrol ing tne city above : or lrom the olncials. sweetly snoring in tlie.r respective beds, the entire body crossed the rivor, reaching the opposite bank about 2J this A. il., cheering and beating drums in token of their success. Arms and auiiuunitinn in abundance crossed at tho same time, the only ne cessity neglected being a supply of rations. From the point of deoarkation the main body moved Immediately up the river bank ; occupied the villages ol Waterloo and Fort Erie; levied bieaklait upon tne innabitantsi, out tne telegraph lines lead ing into the interior; tore up the track of the Grand Trunk Hallway; paid their respects to the United States Consul, and cheered the American flag; assured tho citizens, through their officers, that pri vate property should be respected and then re turned down the river to the mouth ot Frenchman's creeg, above Grand In and. Here rumors of the advance of Canadian troons. and the necessity of procuring reinforcements of ineir supplies and artillery, Induced General O'Neill commanding liith Fenian Kigliueiit, ot which the Ionian lorce was compotei, to halt and In- trei ch. I be nnnl disposition for battle were initio forthwith. At T30 1. M an alarm occurred, and tun fenian troops sprang into line in expectation ot an engagement. The cavalry pickets ruling in from the front brought reports more aud more exciting. Mionts were beard In the riistancR, and a mounded man, shot, as ir was atterward ascertained, for a ' horce thiet, tarnished lhe sight ot blood to ted the warlike enthusiasm. From either flank tho Fenian C lumns, bv p atoon, started at the double quick in iii uirrciion oi me suppowa reu-coam. i ne roati f otig the river, between Frenchman's creek and Waterloo, was thronged with stray Fenians moving to the front; Fenians mounted two deep up.m nomes; remans In lumber-wagons carrying Doxes ol ammunition; Fcn'ans on foot, whisking bayo nets auont their heads, iranticaiiy leaping mud- maoies, and shouting "Come on," ran tho misnoi- aneous race. The river, meanwhile, was crowded with tugs and small boats, carrying lookers-on; the building, along the Americnn shore littered with spectators. Crowds in buggies, carriages, and cars strained eyes to see and ears to bear; Canadians in aierino and in the little booses along the road and near the scene of all this turmoil stood with quaking knots at tholr doors and gates, nnoertain whut might come of it. A tight was still expected. Dur ing tno entire day no etlort was ruadu to orovent communication between the two shorov Tugs and ikifl'j constantly piled to and fro carrying Fenians and spectator.', and In some instances supplies. Th" United Htatea steamer AfiWii7ateamd down to Black Kock early in the forenoon, and lay In lull view oi an inefo proceedings me uanadiaus, meanwhile, were helDleps and pasivc. and crowds ol rprctators have linod the American shore tbrough ou the day, and the excitement in the city was on tne increase, owing to the continual arrival oi re nions o diflcrent trams, and reports ot more on tho win. Three Fenian soldiers have been shot by their tfliccrs for bad conduct and disooedienco of orders. A'tw York World AbFlftbt Expectl To-iiy Inaction of lhe Canadian lurcis Near Chippewa All the Volunteers West or Toronto Called Ont. Toronto, Juno 2. 1 A M The Fenians are throw ing up breastworks at Frenchman's creek, throe mnes dciow inc. General Napier s headquarters will be at Hamilton. Fully fourthousand troops are wnuiu a iew nours inarcu oi tne enemy, and Plenty more are in reserve. The telegraph companies have repairing parties along the wuolo line to repair tho wires where cut. J lie Globe's Montreal special despatch savs two companies of artillery are to go to Isle aux Noix, tour companies of volunteers go to tst. Johns, and the regular artillery are under orders lor the frontier. J he leader's Chippewa special do-nntcli savs the Canadian troops are encamped routh of that poiut. i-'cueis are four out io tno oanKs ot Niagara river. Fenian loragersare within two miles of Chippewa, impressing horses and committing other depreda tions. They are very much elated over the prospects ol a battle to-morrow. The Globe's Niagara Falls despatch savs the 49th Regiment and au artillery buttery havo gone in quest ot the Fenians, the artillery taking the i Ivor load and the infantry the railroad. Tbey decided to rest to-night at Chippewa. An atumpt was made to rnrow a special tram containing troops ofl the tiack near the Wellington hquare, by placing boulders on the track. Large re- lDiorceiuents have aniveo at tne bridge. The British HlnlNter Overwhelmed with Telegram The Canadian Invasion as It Appears at the Capital, Washington. June 1 The telegraph lines have been constantly monopolized to-day by despatohos to and lrom Sir Frederick Bruce. Telegram from Canada and the entire border and along our own line as lar west as Chicago, nave Ik en nourine in upon the Britih Minister all day. Private Govern mental despatches state that a lorce wou d doubtless an em pi io invaoe tianada irom bt. Albans, and the weight of information goes to show that the invasion was thoroughly concerted irom d iff" rent points; that the Fenian lorces are numerously officered by Con- eoeraies, WLiie large nuuioors of the Kcbel rank and ii e are tilling subordinate positions in their organizations, lhe Fenian movement has at least proved a golden harvest to the telegraph companies lu-uay. TUB 6CKNE OF OPERATIONS. Fort Erie is not now a fortified pluco. but an old n doubt thrown uo bv the British durino-the War oi It is Biiuated in Canada West, at the point wnere tne Niagara river leaves the Lane, and imme diately oi posite Black Kock,t which town now forms a part ot the city of Buffalo. The village of Waterloo, in Canada, la one mile distant from Fort Erie, the wetland Canal is within a short march of the point now hold by the Fenians; the battle fields of Chippewa and Liindy'g Lane are in the iicielibornood ; aud Navy Island is but a nttle wav up the river. The pluce selected tor tho beginning of operations is. therefore, in the heart of a region celebrated in military nistory. Dispersion of the Fenian Force Into Uuerllla Bands Arrival or 1500 Uritlvh Kf ffnlars at Suspension Bridge. Buffalo, June 2, 8 A. M. Have Just received irom cuuauiau sources me luiest and moat iinooi tunt Lews in reierence to the Fenian movement Now ascertained that Fenian invading foice. roliu- giushiug by reason ol a b.ockade put duriug night. L.l'i,u lucu uuujiuuuiuauuiiB. nnu mis siuu ui lue Miagura, the hope oi obtaining expected reinforoo niepts and supplies, broke up their encampment a the mouth ol Irenchinanu's Creek, about 10 F. M destroying all superfluous urum and ammunition which thev had taken aernss. aud havA riivuiil mm bunus with intention ol penetrating tho Canadian interior by stealth, doing what slumage they canto rauroaos, canals, and other property, in the capa citv oi raiders instead of a fighting army. The routes to be pursued aro of course kent secret. II the regular British troops nvwon the move can be evaded, a leunion ot lhe fonian lorces at souiesira eetic point will be striven lor. It rot. and it aid ex. peoted from this side is not tptodily rendorod, the ouiy course leit open must do a aeueral scattering and retreat, without supplies, lorced to exist ou the country they traverse, and unable to oppose the lorces now on the move against them. It is easily seen that a better and more extensive movement has got to be made in support to this trilling advauce guard. ill'Oruerud and poorly provided lor invasion Trains arrived at Suspension Bridge during night, havo brought 1500 British regulars and part oi the arullerv. whose aim was to move up the Erie aud Ontario read, and attack tho Fenian force, which has bv this time entirely vacated their encampment. The Fenian Chieftains. THE CAPTORS OF FORT BRIE. The officer who captured Fort Erio, Colonel O'Neill, is a young and ardent Fenian, who is now in his twenty-fifth year. lie was formerly counoctod ith Mie 16th ltcgitncnt of Regulars, and served in Unit organization under General Sweeney. He was well known as a dashing cavalry officer in tho late war, when he was attached to a Western regiment lie was promoted to a captaincy tor daring gal autry, At one time bis regiment make an ill-considurod advanc one the Rebels, but it was soon surrounded b the enemy. Tne Colonel, on beholding the situa tion, became dispirited, aud under bis orders to make the best rem at possible, the men became riemoral ized, and would soon havo become au easy prey to lhe opposing lorce, but for the daring Intervention ol O'&eill. 'Retreat t "commanded the Co'onel, addressing his crmmano. "net out me Desi you can!" Not by ad daight!" shouted the vounsr Can tain. "Colonel, give mo charge, and we'll give these leiiows an tney want- ine Co onol con sented. and O'Neill gve orders to charire on the "anaconda" ot Kobels, who Hod before the force of the movement. Colonel O'Neill, it will be remembered, was the officer who captured the guerilla John Morgan, whose sword be has now in his possession, lne sword was previously presented to Morgan by some English sympathizers with the South, GENERAL SPEAR This General, who has charge of a Fenian brigade who are now quartered in Canada, was. formerly a sei geant major in the 6th Regiment oi United State I antry. lie Is an able officer, who, previous io his promotion, enjoyed the respect and coufldonoeof ibe Brotherhood, COLONEL MURPUT. The record of this officer, who served during the late war, i one which shows him to be fit for the position he now occupies. He was ioimorly Colonel ot the 107th New York Volunteers, one of the well known regiments which Joined the Corcoran Legion. At one time be was suspended for sending a flag of truce to the Rebels at the Rapltian, in order to bury his dead; but be was afterwards honoiably restored to bis command. GESEB4L WES8EL8, another leading officer in the Fenian army, is the well-known officer who commanded the Department ot North Carolina during the war, lie Is graduate of V est Foiut, ' LATEST NEWS. Expected Proclamation from Governor Fcnton. FENIANS REPORTED MARCHING ON ISLE AUX NOIX. New York Jnno 2. A despatch from Albany says bat Governor Fenton will issue a proclamation to day, warning the citizens ol the State against ooun. tcnanclng the Fenian invasion of Canada. Also that twelve regiments of militia are to be sent to tho Irontier, from the counties oi Niagara, Monroe , Onondaga, Oswego, Jefferson, and St. Lawrence. A despatch irom Montieal says It l reported tlia' the Fenians have seized the arms at Rouse's 1'oiut, and were marching on tho British fort at Isle aux Noix. Also, that the Canadian Government has t oeu Intormed that the United States gunboat Michigan las intercepted tho Fenian leintorccmonts to those landed at Fort Et le. British troops wero marching from Hamilton to capture the Fenians at Fort Erie. A Buflalo despatch says that tho United Mato-t steamer Michigan is patrolling the river irom B ack Kock to the bead of Gtand Is'and, with two armed tugs, with orders to sink anything crossing during the night. The Fenian Movement, New York, June 2. All tbo United States troops in General Meade's department are said to be undor arms lor use in case of emergency. General Sweeney was here yesterday, but probably left in the after noon lor the frontier. It is said that 850,000 rounds of ammunition have been sent by the Fenians from New York, and 600,000 lrom Chicago, to tha irontier within a fev weeks Over one thousand Fenians are said to have left New York within a few days. A despatch lrom Buffalo says fifteen hundred British regulars, with artillery, arrived at suspen sion Bridge. Tbolr aim was to attack the Fenian forces, who have now vacated their encampment. A depatch trom Toronto says four thousand trooi i are within a fo days' march of the enemy, and plenty more are in reervo. A despatch from .Smpnsion Bridge states the river from Black Kock to Tonawanda was filled last evening with small boats carrying Fenians to Canada. It is reported that three Fenian vessels havo lauded a number of troops and some cannon in Gravellen bay ; but this report needs confirmation Fen Ian Army A d vancing on Hamilton, Etc, Buffalo, Juue 2, 9 45 A. U. The latest new lioni the Fenian camp states that the whole Fenian force is moving. It is stated that the bridges across FrcLchman's creek and Miner's Point wore burned last night. Teiegraphio communication is now open again with Canada. Albasy, Juno 2. About 100 Fenians left here on the 12 o'clock train las i night for the West. Their leul destination is unknot n. They were in charga of competent military oltiaers. Upwards ot a thou Bund of tbelr iriondB assembled at the depot to wit ness thoir departure Richland, Vt., June 2. About 150 Fenians passed through this place about 1 o'oiock this morn ing, bound north. They were in charge of olllcers vrtunng side-arms. A Fight Going on at Itidgwar. TonoNTO, Juue 1, 1015 P.M. This morning a lorco of volunteers camo up to a body of Fentans encamped near Kidgway. An attack was imino diatcly begun, and the fighting became general. A number have been killed, but the result ol tho en gagement is not yet known. Reported Deleat of the British. Buffalo, Jnno 211-30 A. M. Tho English troops now occupy Fort Erie. It is not, yet known whether tho reported fight at Kidgway is with a portion of the Fenians who went over to 10 rt Erin yesterday, or with another party. It is understood the Fort Erie Fenians wont down tie river. Ridgway is seven miles up tho lake towards Fort Col borne. The steamer International has arrived at Foil Erie with troops. LATEST. It is reported that tho Brltth troops are retreat ing from the Kidgwa fight. No particulars have yet been received. Excitement in Cincinnati. Cincinnati, juue 3. There is considerable) oxcite- meut here over the Fenian news. Nearly 800 men hove lelt bere for Canada. About 700 passod through Indianapolis yesterday, for the bordor. Uespatchcs from Columbus deny the report of tho pui chase and shipment of arms and ammunition by Fenians from that city. Sailing of the " Scotland." New Yoke, June 2. lhe iron screw steamship scoilaml. Caotain Graw, of the National Line, sailed to day for Liverpool, calling at Queenstown (Cork Harbor), with a lull complement ot cabin passengers and a number in the steerage. Among them I find several lrom your city, forwarded bere by W. A. Hamill. the Philadelphia agent of this company. 1 he favorite steamship f'rin will be the succeeding vepel on this line, and will tail on Saturday next, the Uth instant. Philadelphia Trade Report. SATfBPAY, June 2 There Is some Inquiry for Clover seed, and It sells on arrival at fSt'-50. Timothy Is nominal at (A M. Kniall sales of Flaxseed at IVl buthel. at which price It Is wanted by the crushers. There Is very little Quercitron Bark here, and we ouote No. I at S3ttt. The Flour Market la decidedly dull, and there is more disposition to realize, l'rlces are evlduutly In tavor of buyers, as there Is uo shipping demand, and the bonis consumers purchase only in a small way , at ! 7xi) ill 11 '60 ior low (irade and choice Northwestern extra kmi n.r narrui ior suueinue; mo-lin'-un-i., u cAimi., litiiil.yt CIIVU lor reuuKyivauia aim uuiu uu hither figures tor fancy lots, as to quality. There is but little itj'e f lour column iu, uu ii cuiuumi, w I'rices oi Pennsylvania coniMcai are nominal i wu uuu li..nilirulita a.tl.l nn .HPntt ti-rnm. lhe market is poorly supplied with Wheat, but there is not much wanted, iu ma amence oi mui y common and choice red at W40(,J I 8 ' ' wHiteatt2 90(!i3 1S. Itye i worth HMO ,'; c.Hr" . ......a ..,..... u.i.i i.i anon i.uai,. v low at ssc. all oat. and tOc. In the cars and from store. Oats are steady at 76c ior Delaware aud mm for Pennsylvania. Whlxkv Is scarce biuall lalesof renasyivaula bhls. at 2-H(i'i M, and Ohio at J'ifS&'i-ui. William Prescott Smith, ouo of Baltimore's most distinguished citizens, late President f the Baltimore and Ohio Kailroad, and a gentle- v,,..v, ...ttiiro ami literary tuntes. has been appointed to the responsible position of rniipctor of the Port of Baltimore. Mr. Joseph Lilly, the eminent London baok Btller, alter forty years' continuttuce in business, is about to sell off his valuable fctoclc of rare and curious books (by fur the richest in Europe, I retiring from bu.ne. FlEILiLOFGEX.SCOlT The Last Sad Honors to the De parted Chieftaln-Llst of Distin guished Portions, Military, Po litical, and Civil-Presence of Lieut. -Cen. Crant, the Vice-President, and the Speaker of the House-Touching Scenes at the fc Chapel The Procession, the Crave, and the Burial. Kok's Hotel. West Point. rlday. June 1. The day is (ast and none; so are General Urant, Uone- ral Alcade, ueueral Howard, and several score of other Generals who came bore to atteud i be funeral Kr vices in humor of the late Lioutenant-Uenoral Scott, who was buried at this poBt to-day, in the cemetery ocyond the bill. TUK DAT. That It was to be a plea. ant, charming day. we knew belorthand, as last eveuinir the sun went down with a norpeous promise ot all that could be desued, and wnen iLls uiermnir tno earno-t penoll- lbgs tiuled the oast, wo mw that the'promise was to be lullnlcd to the loiter. Aud it wss to, tor lrom the very Qrst the iky bas been dear, she air balmy, and the atmosphere as pure as that of the up er In aven. Alalor-Uenerai luiiutn, tne l ost superintendent, bod consented that the newspaper peoulo should be admitted to the chapel heloro the arrival of tne pro- cesi-lon, but directed that they shoutd occupy the little eollery immediately over tne pulpit, I hither we climbed, and tound when there that a well-built man ot six feet six might quite easily poop over the top ol a bigb railing, which was profusely draped with tho national colors. We mounted bench, and then a stool on top of the benoh, when the INTERIOR OV TUB CHAPEL, with its eaered deposit, tionous trophies, and appro priate drapery was revealed to us. those who are laniiliar with the appearance ot the chapel will recall tbo decorations at the S'des and over tue chan cci; the cannon set into the wail, aud the black tabiuted mrmento mori, and the pillars wreathed with the flags conquered by the old lion ol tne army. To these was added such eilect as could bo uiauo by a grouping of ibe Amcrxan colors, ti.e craping with black and white of the gallery, and a display of beautifully an an god flowers from the garden et Mrs. Cnapiain French, At the end ol the central aieie. directly In iront of the chancel, on au extemporized platform, resteo the cloth-covered colli u on wmcu were plaoed wiea.lie ot flowers and green by the hand of filial aflectiou and irieudship Iho lid was thrown baok and the pallid countenance ot tbo dead chieftain was before us. Fottunateiy the combined aotion ot nature and art had dono much during the night. The forehead was us pure and free from wrinkles as that of a child, the eyes seemed more full, the mouth was very natural, and the color that peculiar pale which during the later years of the tiei.er'al'a life characterized Ins face in repose. Dro-sed in an ordi nal y suit of black, ihero was none of the imposing display that many expected to s.o, tho only indica tion oi bis profession being the national flag, which was effectively wrapped about him. At the bead and foot stood the gentlemen of the Guard of Honor, in lull uniform. Perfect quiet reigned in the ctia; el, aud lor the llrst time sinoe the General died tnere seemed io be an element of solemnity befitting tho chamber where death was present. While tne body was at the hotel there was constant necessity of change, a con-dam coming and going ot curious visitors, and oiher interrup tions which tendered tho desirable privacy aud quiet a matter of impossibility. Hero this was changed. Iho undertaker bad taken bis .ast liberty with the sacred lorm; the beautiful flag of his country shrouded the patriot soidicr irom the touch of mor tal band thencelorth, and, as if in peacotul slop, tho old man lay boiore u-, quiet, ca.m, and noble. 1 be poemon assigned ua euabiod us to see every body and everything, and we were particularly struck by the action and manner ol those who crowued in to BEE THE BODV. The arrangements at the coor were excollent. No matter how great the crowd might bo outside, there was at uo time i.n unpleasant pressure in. de. tild men and boys, veneiablo womeu aud lashionable girls, foldiers and civilians, eentlemen and boors, schools and delegaiions, took thoir several turns, and walked tightly up the broad als'e, paused a moment at the heud of the bier, looked at the woll-remem-bered features of the old hero, and passod soberly out at the rear door, several old BOldiers who had fought uuder Scott years and years ago, long boforo the majority ot those who read this were born or dreamed of, stopped a long timo at the side of tho cotlin, and nhile their trembling limbs yielded g.adly to the assistance of tui BtatT, their shaking hands wiped away tbo floods ol tears that blinded their agio, eyes and eouised down their furrowed cheeks. Nvbi e this ceremony was going on we returned to the hotel, whero, at ibe moment, the COSOBEBBIOKAL DELEGATION bad arrived. The gentlemen were at once ushored lutn the parlor by ilead Ceutre i'aul, who has charge of tho liotel de Hoe, and knows how to keep it uud chargo lor it. '1 he honorable members are but common mortals like the rest of us, and alter a ,iolouged tup it is not to be wondered at that tho were very dirty and very tired. Tnere were but lew rooms at their disposal, so they were com- -relied to resort to all sorts ol little doagos by which to lind the "ways and means" for cleanliness, a quality which stands in my books next to godliness, ano trenches a little on iho alon said. At this time it was announced that GENERAL GRAKT AND BTAFF, with a large number of ofllcois, had arrived and that the entiie party had assembled In the parlor, where presently Major-Genoral Cuilum and Stall' would call to pay thoir respecu to tue Cougremional dole gution. The word spread rapidly, and before the ceuutots and Kepiostutatives could reach the parlor, ft was known all over the Point that Gcueral Grant was ti.ere. Instantly aud peil-nell the people rushed to the hotel. Men aud women and children forgot the dead Lieu tenant General in their anxiety to see the living, and the curious aud suggestive spectacle for the Hist time in history was presented of a parade ground at one eLd oi which were death, and rank, aud quiet, and lormal guard, while at the other were nie, and rank, and tumult, and aa entuu stastio crowd of eager worshippers. Death in the end may te (be stronger, tor it draws to it all man kind; but on this occasion lilo and its attractions hold the trump card, and won the game of applause a :d adulation, l'ronently the door opened, and Alajor-Geueral Cuilum entered, followed by the en tire stall. THE BiNATORlAL DELEGATION, consisting of Vice-f resident L. 8. Foster, Connecti. cut; senator Johnson, Marylund; Senator Davis, Kentucky; senator Wilson, Massachusetts; Senator Lowe, Maryland; Senator Antbonv, Khode Island; Senator Grimes, Iowa; Sonator Nosunth, Oregon ; bergeaut-ut-Arms G. T. Blown; Oiiicers ol Senate J. S. Martin, K N. Athertoa, Colonel Brown, H. II. Cochrane; and the lollowiuv Committee from the House of KoprcBentatives: Speaker S. Scnuyior, of Indiana; lion. Mes-rs. Doming, ot Connecticut; Keteliani, ot .NewVork; Auuoua, of Pennsylvania; Banks, oi Massachusetts; Maraton, of New Hamp shire, besides a host ot MILITARY OPrlCEBS, and others, the most prominent of whom are as lollows: Luutenant-General U. 8. Grant, Major General E. S. Selinver, Major-General oeorge U Meade, Major-Genoral D. Butteitlold, Major-Genoral U. U. Howard, Major-General A. C. Uelrs, Major-Ueneral A. B. Katon, Major-General A. B Dyer, Major General D. W. Brtoo, Major-General E D. Town send, Major-Ueneral A. L Shiras. Major-Ueneral K. Doiatield, Major-Ueneral h. A. Hitoboock, Major Goneial L. ibomaa. Major-Ueneral J. it. Barnes, Major-Ueneral K If. ttuucnok, Major-General D. I. Barnard, Major-UeueraiJ. U Van Alen, Major Ueneral Robert nderson, Major-General Van Vliet, Brigadier-General Satterlee, Brigadier General Watklus, Brigadier-General Loo tuts , Urita.iiier-fieueral Hamilton. Bngadier-Ueneral Buggies, Major-Ueneral in galls, Colonel i). Btinson, Colonel Munroe, Colonel Van Buien, Colonel Aldon. Colonel Fatten, Major Jennings, Brigadier-General Clark, Colonel Milhau, Major Border, Admiral Fsrragut, C. U. N., Commodore Worden, U. 8. JT, Captain Ringgold, U, 8. K., Captain Fowell, D. 8. N., Governor John A. King, Brevet Colonel Edjf&r Continued on the JCiyhlh Fwje.