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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

,¦'.!'' '•"•' --J:--|:-r lli- .;:-M:rf-'-'---' ¦ A Washington Chur oh. --. .. I.' .:¦' ¦ ¦ • TP-l.-ltJ .-..I- . V" The .Washington Wdrrespondjont o f the [Boston ^Joujrnal writes ^"President Lincoln has this week taken a pej(v[ in* the !Ne w j York; Avenue'Prcsbytoria.nChu-ch.-;¦ B.ey.' [Dr., Gurley is the pastor, and is of the Old J School denomination. Mr. Lincoln has attended, various churches in the • city; fliidj has at ; length settled [ here.— gChis housoj is new \ and elegajnt. It was'tho Church{of MrjJ Buchtihpn* and thepew np\y taken its the onooccupietF! by Gen; [Cass* [The chibrtsh"J^ quite !a distinguished Jono/ Secretary Canieron, lAttornej JGenoral' Bates; 2lM Hjmry, 'Gejx+ %MjaMfield, Major Magruder,; and most of the pro mi nent feein of the Goyerhmeht have sitting fereV! jTheHot on 'which the ^church 41A^s W.qiiiW a,14BU.ry;, ('t' held (the Old Sepof Prosb|teriaB; raitiTCh: •i It was Gen. Jackson's old bhjurch and; one he) (Shook ;to; pieces. almost on: accoun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

Oenaral Soott; .'.¦ ¦¦';[;- :'i|i- ¦" In a lecture, delivered a quarter olV a!<»atuiy'^!^^'iate['X>r. bjwijfi|^' .-' sing, occurs the following1angii||ge jajV regard to General Scott: _..•. \-<: *[¦ f / .'-. "To ihiil^tinguiflhed mak belonigl the rare honor ofuniting, with, militai. " . ry-energy and daring, the Spirit dfi i< philanthropist. Hid wtploits in jthd field, which placed him:; in the front rank of our soldiers, have b^en obt soured by the purer and more "(a^ini . glory of a pacificator, and of a jfrferx* of mankind. In the whole intorcdiirs^ , of ciyilizedi with barbarous dr^ ljalf| civilized communities, we doubt wheth|, \ er a brighter page can he fouh<| than ^ that which records his, agency |ir; re|! moving the Cherokees! As flr[af thir , wrongs done to this race can be aton|t . ed, General Scott has made the': exl patiation. In his recent misafOTl trf the disturbed borders 6{\ our ,coujnti^|> he has succeeded, not so mri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

¦ un« ZT* Views from the Sooth. \ .'.-.•- jriiOtrisv|»jta^^,.[l v L7^ji!^y«wbf the 16th inst. says tttit there are parties now/juvNew-Orlefchs wio wjdl undertake 4he capture o|*be |:itea^r!:[Brp|>klyB] tor j llOOy ^ TheiMobOe Advertiser ojT thiJ6t» foist, says that three plans hav$ been suggested to the Council bf. Defense io sank or drive-off the Niagarafrom Mobile tPorat- j It adds: j"Tbe Niagara will be obliged to get out of the way or an iron battery that wW soon blj-afterher.''-'; -•-,!!- .-j-' j'? Gov! Harris of Tennessee, in a message, recommends the passage of a law r squiring payment tpjbe made of all aims due from the State to all persons or Gofernment on terms of peace, and advWsfauch a policy [toward the citizens of the bilngereut States as. the rules of war justify, and reccommends t iie iaeue of Treasury Notes f o pay tiie expenses of the Provisional Government, to be receivable! as curren-T II -- !."-: :h 1 ^ '• ¦ - - ! !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

ii. «a» - .-.:—'r —-—r- p Excitement in Harriflburg. ^ | -. JtABaiSBUBQ, June zi. Oar city has; been all excitement today, i News was received here; by the SUte|anthoritiea that Col. Wallace's command, at Cumberland; Md., had teen hemmed in by a; rebel,force numbering over 10,000 men, and that all ijetreat had been cut off. [ ; } Two] regiments of the "volunteer reserve corps—Col. Biddle'a Bines and Col. Simmpn'sj Infantry—were immediately armed,! equipped, and furnished with four] days' rations.) They eave here to-night, by way of Hopeirell [aiid Bedford, j i j Intelligence has also been received lore that the; workmen engaged in preparing the ground for the new patnp>beer the Maryland line, at New-Freedom, York County, .werejfired onj by a body of Maryland: Rebels, and two severaly wounded. 1 [ ' r .-li.^v'7 ; _-Lt^-i 'I ¦ • !.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

Bpa* And' w. Johnston, oi* ^on ^fiia ina.fi^of'iA tTAnftoniftn tostMifwt througKou|itown bn Thursday la^ en routejor iWajnibgjym City,*: to taw his; plaM; j^''-]^7l|enatcu -il Senator Johnsjton isi^ne^ of tl|e few patriotajin ' Tennessee who ^have^been enabloat-| r :' ¦ r 'i ?f ¦ , *] come out through the fires of( persecution, which' surrounded. hi|vj?nscathed.!' How noble is his! conduct when contrasted with that of John ^llj! JThd names of j each oi [.these man]'^ilf be preserved by: His ?*jJrVp Thait; of^h&;!&H ^^ the nanteof dtfe Who forgot fats'dtityj to his country in the hour bf its-pero,; and who closed along life ofpolitical poTvet_by this basest Burrend'er"to * traitorous oligarchy which ihe|hadialways opposed. In his late speech |n Knoxville he declared himself krebel. Let Kim pass. It would bej^ell''ifor; this: .man .'if future ; generations could forget that he ever exisisd; but his yory prominence will serve lb make his treason only the blacker...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

•_[-•: -r;-. >../ -. >. I j-Butler County Nominations. The Republicans of our neighboring county of Butler have put the following excellent ticket in nomination: [President Judge, Hon* D. Agnewi Associates, James Mitchell) James Iverr; Assembly, Hi W., Grant, HvC.M'Scby; Commissioner, Matthew Greer; Treas-[. ¦ - | - -:r-. ' lfi | . . ! !¦ ' ( ¦ I jurer, G. W. Heed; Auditor, jAlex.jPur- |yiance.x The cpnvehtien Was 'very large. The vote polled Was not less than 2400,'of which Judge [Agneiv received 2270. The "American" says: . "This affords ample proof that oir organization is in as perfect andhoaltby condition as it ever was, and that oiir political friends think that Republicanism is not incompatible with patriotism."! Butler county is all right. S@f Wo learn that it is the iutentibn pf the Republicans of PliiliidelpMa [to noriiihate Morton IM'Micliacl, Esq., editor of the !North American, for Congress, iii place, of' E. Joy Miprris, who has acceptedjthfiJMi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

^m. ^anw^ij^^^^^te ^<^^B^ ^r**1 *^^ Hie Wheeling bonireWtion : ¦' j-- \M>! .^-j . .:]r~^ 1 WsTJSBtwtf; Ta., TbjuredayL Jsoe 20. The moining session was [occupied ibj signing the declaration, j It was an impressive scene.] The roll was calleo by counties and eac 1 member came forwkrd to toViSecretiry's desk and signed the parchment. ! Inl the ^afternoon,tFrank\ H. Pierpont] of 'Marios Cbttnty. vbs • unanimously elected Q^yernoEj',,Daniel ] Paisley of Mason County Lleutenant-;Qovcrnor;jand Messrs. Lamb, Paxhaw Gen IWinMe; Harrison,] and Laser to ! form! the| Qovernorfs Council.' The election of aln Attorney-General was postpone! till Saturday, f ] The Governor wai ibnnsjlly inaugj uratled tps afternoon, taking in addition SoL;tb$-t*suai, oath, pme of strin: gent opposition to [the \-usurbers. at Richmond. ! He then deliverer an address to tpbejmembefs of the Convention,) urging a vigorpus prokeedtion'of the ^ork;]ofLrcdeeming thc|State from tfo-haridlofthe'Rejbel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

^ Tl ^ -¦] J ¦ *V : ¦ - I [ Advande of t lie Rebels. ' % FoaTKEi58Moa>E,;JunezO, 1 I Via Baltimobj: , June 21. - j , • iho Union picketi of the outpwts atHajppton, and abiut——miles from ,thiB place, were driven into camp last " itwht[lry a superior ^brce of Rebel *.~ It pas been ascertained that, the lattefjhayeTfeehiexieiiding_J,heir works toward this point with theutmosu ac-j ¦ MM - -. 1 ;; • -..-j a.!rebel batjteryr mounting fiveguns,i h:|! been recenWijthrown 4ip alwutj fo^r miles frrAn Hampton, on a isom-[ mending poejtibnj^ilind is supported b^. a [strong force of KbelB^aSch re-[ -he«uy^x«^sfid the; James Biver euje .'sb}» above -Newpptit jNewe. i -^'pioiijajr, GflirButler sent forward a! . fltJO^g. dBtachmentl -£o%eisting , if at «e|Hion of two pieced of artillery, Dur-j yiie^ Zoujie*; the'£d,.New-York Volj ^n|te|rs, QoLfTownsend, and'the ikeuj b|n Volunteers, the ^ whole under the -dfirectionof Capt: ^mitbof the-U oited SSav^ss Topo^raphjeal Engineers for .the^u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

LaW War News. 4 't The war news this morning is made up of rumors, rather than facts. In aniJjabo|t [Washington there was mt ch excitement yesterday ,and flying Tepoj' rts. of e'ngagetoents m Virginia w|re circulating, f There appears to have] been slight foundation for them, although the. advance of outposts on both sides, and the activity of the National troops show that 'stirring events may soon be expected.! [ jThe rebels, as we learn from WaaV ingt[on,^reoc^cupied Vienna and Fairfax CourtHouse, when they- found that! the National troops did not take tbjehi, and air© now intrenching themselyes near] the latter place. The pickets of the Ohio men- and of the Repels are Within! sight of each other, andpur guards are [fable to bo attacked [at any! moment by single scouts, who fire upon them from concealed piijnts. ' . i ¦ 1;. ' 1.' i j ¦ Beauregard is isaid to be creeping 01 [toward Alexandria, lying in w[ait for/an opportunity of attacking some bbdy of out" troops unawares. N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

— Adranoe of Both Armies, Ac. I 1: ii "I .-r I if BaltImoek, June 21. "JETiej Washington Star says that Gen. ItcpoWell has,advanced his ,lines four mUjes]! toward [Fairfax. j j Thfe Confederate] jflag- can be seen two miles from the Camp. Both parities have advanced,.but there have been (no indications jof an attack. ! Marshal Bonnifant is summoning witnesses from Baltimore County to appear before the United States Grand Juryjon Monday, in the case of John Merriman, both as to burning the bridges and acts against Union men in the vicinity. The Grand Jury are all unconditional Union "men. f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

: , -*- "mm?**m?±^" K«pabli<an CmuMj Tichei r • '}' President Judglu .'"\VDANIEL AGNEW n«Wogh. ; '¦ j;. '- ¦¦ : j 'I •¦ -f. ¦ Ii -1^1 ' -'T l* I : ' A j. j I•: 1 Associate Judge. ,1 'J0HJ-- ^QTTJ;PoptWiitk' "i!-' 'r* AGNKW DUFF, New Brighisi, !'•¦•!¦ nJMM. U'-"V[ ^ [WJK HENRY, V^biw.4 |\".; {!:'. :. tmtrie tl Jtiohiej/', \ \ \.¦¦:"¦ jJOOIS B^ rOljM Boetjes%i>. j;K| .. • >¦ 'y\T*dnuw:yhM :\- G. 0. 'BRAps^i|w, :iMi44l •¦:. 1 f ¦'' :.-"¦ * ;i-' U 't i . --i*.--.'C. 5:. ;t: . ; Uommissioner* 1 j DANlBIr B. BHORTil Un4 | J> i- i-;--' i:-iilL' '¦ - ¦•¦ 'v Cotiiity Auditor. jiio. srkWAi^.&«f^:N':l '! \, ¦ \P^Mse'\IHr^v HI^Rr]G'pBHRING[NM'$iwiclllyT . ¦ L Trtfiees pf Acadahy. \ '¦ >/¦ '¦ Rev. D HJ W^LBANij BeJvJr.! j'! :- ¦ ' JOSEPH q- iVJILSOlH, B4#. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

Next week being the Fpyihftf July week, nip papen will be IsSned i from •- r -1- r 11 ! ft . ! j.. ithisofllqe.' ' r- {.! ": I, -,1 !'. j;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

M < um I l . i ; - Repuljlican Contral Coznmittee A meteting af the -Republican. Central Comniittek will! be jjheld ! at the Sherirsldio^. <"» f^^Y J thje 28th insfe, at[2k>cloJ!k, P. M. As important business will be'before the Committee a full atteuderice is requested, j The following [gentlemen constitute the Committee: j {.:' i j:'-. ' | ';i - [-! -: [ . Dr.HrT. B HaziAp, B. P. jMer*i:*l John Allison, Is ¥in! M. Beed, ! Geo J W: SKrodes, 8. f Davenport, Dr. D. Stantin, S.]B..Jfriggs,i A. C* HaVkinsi B. B. Btt«fford, \ David JbhnBton, AJ Bobertsbh, ! Drl M. Lawrence, John Slentz,; David Djdnlapi, I AJ Bl Mpbre,! Richey Bakin,! John Wilson; D.H. Hirvey,-J Dr.!A.| T. jShallon^ !¦ .»;[, -!: -•; A ¦¦ ¦,.] :bergeri.;; ; ;" '.-¦ii'' :i[ ' ] [:!-D» itiAiJr.,]! . ' jj Chty Republican. [Central Com. ^.Arthur sj Home/Magazine,! for July, is on oar table, as usual, filled "with good things. The JHomo Magazine is one of ihe best; monthlies published. The price put...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

-J ~ "'1,,; \- --"I P • i' Soiantiflo Amerioan. The new volume of j this valuable publication will commence next week! Every engineer or tpv^Ator and every mechanic should take this work. It gi res the latest inventions, improvem mts, [etc., in the various departments of the Patent]Oftlce,'Jand'is, altogether, the most valuable "paper of the klrijl published in ] this country. AddrcsS Munn It Col Now York. ! ;' i Price, $2,00 per annum. ; I -.i . . —— •••—¦———. . ¦ ¦ 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

More Soldiers from Beaver Co. .- I -': 'J _.'..)'¦- ¦'' -¦ i ¦¦ .-_ __ ; 1 ! rj i J The "Wilson Rifles/f Capt. Miller, of Darlington, haying enlisted for three yearsi have been accepted, and on Thursday left for [Camp Wilkins, where they arrived on. the evening oi the same [day. This] company hat bWn;organized for several Weeks, and ,vras amongst the first to tender its I 1 . ~ - 1 x I . : {sprvici» to^ jthe Government. Thej ilavej now be|eu accepted ;aod\will be! 11 j'crcditible atjeession to) the jpcnnsylya-1 ia forces ilj-cady in the field.! \ Beaver County noW has four.companies in camp, and) can send as. manv more if needed. We shall publish the complete muster rolls;'of the different I ¦ I - ¦ - ( -1: I - . 1 ' • ; Companies as soon as we are furnishec with copies.! Will[fth[e different cap tains see to this, and direct that tjh« muster rolls »b<i ?forWarded \to tin ArLniaJ'1 ^ *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

* viiarius 01 ¦^^\ —j—'—'—'*»' '.;—:—i—'' ¦' ""'' z ^ jT Military Appointments. ju-c. incney,: onaron, a L A ,j ' - ^ 1 ' ' I • member of Capt; Adams'.,company, [has received, the appointment of 2nd Lieutenatt;in thejuj S. Amy, and is orde red t > report ] iimself at; St, Louis. Charley mil no doubt make! a good oflker. ;'•!.. 1 ; [j|; : ; : j i!..l .-j- ¦[ . ; ilieut. britchlowi,'[of Capt Culbertsoirii company, hpwj in) Camp] Wrightj has, we ^ understand, received a comi miss ion from Coll ji Wj. Geary, as cap-i iain of a j company in the ieglteiit to be foiTOed|bj,CoL G^., at Camp Geary. Lieut. ea*tehfowy«rtll |. comm encef-, recruiting immediately, f i.|i i > _[ Br ''JittJ kojk^M^l^ LjUf^i , ww^*|Wuiiiiijiu[!Q )lo"^k^dc|»ity ' ^»ij,-;Pn the lfljth m'tt^muj:, j«nd made his escape on the-24th of Majrchj returned [on Sunday night and! was retiimmfttetf^byfSheriff Bol>ertsi It seems that Martin; found] bettor ac-. cpiMwda^teM ] in! Ajuil. than out,, and ' w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

; '^ni«» ft*^ in>iHfc». :,p /: -[We-g|T* Waoa ^ t» sWeowmunication "frw'^lRjJqMJfe )a«er.|tf Chippewa toj.g-WltO W'^luwul 0V\rmonr columns TJ#«u|gMvMviDg ^ Sew j of Jpolitk ca^Utyvbi5''tiie nreseift state of jthe etluntry.". it iflth« right of Mr. M/Carter to] becupyjthe; ibs^ition he has assumed, in which he breaks faith with no «ne;^^i^a|ii^-^4i«fr«*n» hjsj n^mo frj?m the,Republican' canvnfls, and ,de? chned to perticipate! in the Bopdblican primary meeting of his district, the road .which he ^hooses to travel was open to him] arid no one has a right; ok' so; &r Lai jw« :.ltnow;; a dispmttion to (Mmipkyjij;. . "V " ]- ¦ [Hadh^jx ticipated^n theRepublican: nominations; wbeUier! a candidate bt simply a voter^ Whether successful .oj^oU:^pr|8i»,' ^.ior''tand .-goo^ji'.faith would .hayei required acquiescence in the'resultbl'thV<^nva88j unless it had Jbcen cpntrollediby gross and palpable fraiid, to be proven jliy' unquestioned testimony, ^.nyj one )thua jis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

j''.[j.'-.''\ .An! Excursion. , J:;;"j-i' ['¦[ i Wo learn that the German Homo Guards, of Rochester, f had a very pleasant excursion to -j Econi >myj' on! Wednesday jUwJLv The Company Jls under thej command of Captl Gpbfgo C.l Speyerer, a gentleman jvho has distinguished himselT by his :effbrtf{,r in raising money to; equip du'rjiyolun-; teers, and who by hi?!; aciivie] effortjBi in behalf pf the defences of t}ie Cpuri-; ty; has merited thej approbation of the]citizens: ' -.['-A ¦[ j:- :-:'!!;; ¦'!;...jif-They left Rochester, on the steamer Dolphin, Capt. Gordon, of Rochester^ isrrived at Econbmy, where afterj a] cordial reception, they partook ofj aj splendid dinner, - furliiihed j I byj tpel hospitable citizens!'of! ,^he Eebnomyl ¦ ¦ Society'j "'¦"IM '¦¦ !j ;; J: '• f ; -'T<:r| The '^Guards" took With themtheir! Connon, and fired a salute inffabriorj of their] entertainers., After the parade; tbey returned on !.tbp"; steamer to Rochester, well pleased with tl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

'^'¦kffistotrtttWtoe**. '.k-H : Anbid«oldiof|6SiBrs;the follpwjni j j^^advica^MlflbteerB..:^;.' j ;yp fii the;habiUf dhnlpng wA<$ Sk%J ojit! If .you.continue M MhfcfTiara, -yoji' are. I dlahed-rypur note abber comrades w«U J»ave to-buj v vouJ IhVthe^erviceJyou.4iave -to . mdeiyo. whiskej will; feilL yon ^ilh ^r^rtainty tW *M ^ or Te n v vouf a^ jxbensted: after, a lonk. . uareh^nLjorum of ..Btroig tea *nd i •bunk-jpf stale bread will do you raortf WNutn all thW whiskey that, gvi 'yer^ncoctcd. The boatmen of Canl IdaWiJHell youj tlmtl" A jorum bf !trong=black tea Will chbck a tendenj iv tofdvsenteiv and bowel eompiaintl 3oup|*gooA "Muclrmfeat\ is bad .iri i0t - weather 5 k.h' e ' leW ; meat the less iflbJodT t^e.jleis irjloba the, less jf'a load) to carry—bono, [and sinew rnakeph4 spldierj not blood. A light liet riiayj go hard on men of strong mpetife ; but he [that lives soberly apf lightly. Will recover ofiroundsquickeaid tlrpubletfie-Jiospiiai less than tl*> m...

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