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LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY: SUNDAY
BjeWe clip the following extrao's from
ths Vincennes, Ind , Sun, a gallant And
ably edited Democratic p&per in that city.
at eatlat tor CvottebU af
D. W. BEITDERSO
We are glad to see the Iloosier Democracy
the geonat D .trVct, eompoesd ef th Third ui Faarth
-, at the
stanJlng up so nobly for peace. We have
attTJAMFS BALL ta eeo.
ane'rccitl claim upon Vincenne.", IaJ. In
Terr Dutrtet, Fifth ul Sixth Ward, at the ruilm
Delegates to the Border Slave State 1780 Gen. George Roger Clark, a Ktntuck
K. ICNCAN to t candldata for Oooetabt ta tha
Convention, Recommended by the ian, at the head of tw) hundred KeuUick-laceBecnaA
Iter. mrioe of la Third end roartli Union Democracy, to be Elected Slay
drove the Smith and Indians from
Wrde, at tba entTr May acUoa.
W ar author"
thai city, and thereby saved not only Ind:.
i4 to ai nonces W. J. KOREAN
eadtdate for Cents.
U th IwmI DUtrtrt. cei
ana but the whole Northwest to the Union.
FOR STATE AT LARGE.
aat ef th Ttttrl u4 Fourth Ward, at th etieutDg
IOII S. CHITTENDEN,
Had it not been for him and Lis gall&nt
eHH X FARRAE It a candidUc for
EentucViaos, they would in all probability
DISTRICT BKLW1 ATKS.
OeneuM la la Third Ind ict, aiupoaed af ta Flit
have now been subject to the British crown.
Hrrrs k. wii.liamm.
aad blxth ante, il ta netting Mar a action, ail. die
ARC HIE DIXON'.
W ar ats.rtid ta annoare 0 T. HARRIS as
If they low prcpote in return far that to
CHARLES A. WICKLIFFI
.GEORGE W. DCSLAP.
JAVKS F. KOBIN80N.
IOMS B. HCST.tX.
ROItERT Kirn ARMOX.
W ar aatheruvsa to anaoanr DICK WATTS ax
for OorauM ta
af th rirrt, Beeoad aa4
Yrd.at la (aali
W an antaerterd ta ecaoaac J. If. EAEBCE60N at
a cai.di.Ul for C ceU:te In ta Flrat Dwttct. unmnond
aad Teat Ward, at th enaalng
War dart on.
W ar antharl4 ta anserine WK. a. COCE E at a
aavfl late for Ctottahl la til Th! d DuiV,abraclac
th Filth aii4 Sixth Ward, at th neulng Mar W.
gtoa- apU die
EILXT WTLSO. toataodUat for OaoauMt ta th
trat DUtrtct. corapcaad f ta Tint aa 1 eeocd ward
at th errmlng Mar eiertton.
Far Orra a Oideaat t'aaty (ant.
WaLt). TAYLOR I a cwtt itu forCiark af taOM- kaat Coast? Oner) at th Aann
caatrcat for Coaatebi U th Pirn Dletrtot, ewaipoted
ar ta F!n', Beooad and Tenth Ward, a. th ceaolr
For Stat6 Treasnrer.
W ara AnLaorited to annouDcs Javei K.
Babbick, of Barrca oounly for Eute
gtaW learn through lh
corTefj on dence
firm la the city, that the
greatf rt aoxiety exists ia conservative
quarter la Kew York, at to whether Ken
tucky will remain neutral, and ba prepared
to act m an arbitrator between the hostile
soctions of onr unforfunato country. God
grant that she may.
Bust be recollected that these
HMU tOMLi ai4 Kvut MIL fttor troops, oalloi by Liacoln, can only bt held
ia serrlcA mntil abnt the first of Acgnat
U Is a power else by Cobrtcis to the
The Verdict of the Sick.
hreti ta rT staM w
President for a temporary purpose. T,
of H MITIUH CEU
zprii ta th security of Washington i., probably, the
Mat aataaatjaac trrgu tbnr cooS lano la that
Whether this coercive policy is to
krated mtaraUra. To wrl'fr. titer la their Bad 1
be panned, depends on Centres. That
afar ata, bat tkty aattM bat ea atntiBMOt. That
body may atop thus policy, which is destined
Canrcd by ihoaaaad
tnm thl atnaaM and pat ant atofnacfclc to a tact a
to end ia nothing bat disaster.
tehUbd ay cvoads af
according to law, the Governor is to issue
aonatltai !Imm af U rtaaaach and
for an eleotion, or we
nteraDy rmith brara ta Karohtac. bra- - the proclamation
aod itfTto k.eaae af thto treat ranytar af shall hare no member
arhkeh acta alaraUaBaoaaly aa aW
is the duty of the Governor to give the no-th talaiil
rtulrJid ragaatioa aaa ta1g:ta-tioe, and he will not disobey the law. We
Par aala PF SrsolsU and Pcalan firaUy
hope Eentncky will not flinch from meeting
her opponent in the Federal eapital, and
Analyzed by Chilton.
face the wise, or wicked couniels that may
teaa hi artad that, wall athar Dyaa
tedanad a be agitated there. Her voice may stop this
tartr aiaaiiifort a)
war, perhaps, when it would otherwise g
I cntlSed by Dr. CHILTOSt. tha dlattaf alA4 Ohaat- - on. Old Virginia has precipitated; bat that
is no reason for Kentucky.
Aaa. thorefcra, at ft m It i tvfrrr. Dr. Chilton hat consult us in the hasty act, and we are not
nana alartd by th citr of New Tar k ta aaalyu th
bound to follow her
Aad a ha nraoaancad CRlSIAIMRO'S ETR at laaea- - She has juiged for herself in this emergency.
aa a that aatr la ft punat csudlilaa.
Suppose Lincoln did say he would retake
ST Boid ernralMr and applied by all
forte, aad retain what he had; he is powerCHRIST ADoR'J, Na Aj4ot How, M. T.
Kdvard WUdar. S Mate auaat, and Mr. Q. less te 4o it by the law as it now stands.
HKhalaa.e Foanh atraat. Asenla.
His tree pa moat disband in thirty days alter
the meeting of Congress; and he can get no
more without the Authority of that body.
Canal Xuwtt bar Injarad thetaselraf by tadala- taw ta aartata aearat
a wdl a MuU't
That he should call troops to defend
Old Mm, aha, by aKoeawaof any kind, have pradaocd
Washington eity, after the threats made,
a aabtllty ta advano af tbrtr yaara. bedur tmpartlnt
tadr aam t aar one, tboaid Rnt rrad Dr. Qaut eoukd certainly not be unexpected.
Vfoaar Mr4Mt Tntttm
a ftrmal Itimat- mthe duty of Virginia to remain in the Union,
edlttaa, tat pablUhro. renaed. colanea. and Uraaoat-ago to Washington, and by her voice In the
by pWtat aad MiTBTtnc. Thata araa bav read
ether work a tnn dlnana. ar partlcalarly !
ooaneils there, change in a legal and coneatatead
tha boak. Fnct, Tr Ckmtt,ur twenty stitution mannner the policy
aeptai for SI CO.
rates civil war.
H. 0. KILLER A CO, Loolrrllle. Ky,
The Cotton States are certainly In no
"There ft do nse TaIkInf;.M
danger for a few months, merely from the
Tatra Maa anO b aUd aad nckiaaa bat IC by
Avowed and powerless purpose of the Presi
abaaoa, thy aappea U rrt their root la they ehonid
an apaa Dr. OaM. vba wll! aitrtcat theai Irani th
uaiaa ta a vary aaart Uom. Kaad adeartlinia It
It is a remarkable fact that if the seceded
ninaiB heeded "Louuvau rurin Mcmcu
States should now rend members to Con
ERir-Dyftsir-DjaUlr-Drgreas at Washington, Lincoln would be in a
minority of nearly forty, and their rights to
WM. A. BATCEUB'8 EAI&-DTheir
net be contested; and if
THE OEIwIXAX AMD JtlCeT IH THE WOKLD
the Slates etill in the Union send their
ellabia Balr-- D
members to Washington, which they ought
an vaar tmnattona, aad aheaM b
do, something might be effected to put an
aa aT yam wish ta eeoep rkUcaJa.
and to civil war.
RAT. RED. ar RUBTT HAIRayad tatiaUj b .
We hope, therefore, the Governor will
issue his proclamation. We have two SenaFTFTEEH MXCALI and DIPLOMAJ bar bat
tors, who will take their seals, we presume.
baea b a nad U th balr af ta-ind there can be bo excuse for preventing
HAIE-CIdistricts from having
Bat M bt KtuUebe4 aai aatcra. aad to n
represtnlativaa ia the Lower Hewee.
at b tsjar la th htatt, hawever bmc tt Bay bacaa
area, ana the ni aet af bad Dyai lataadtad th.
K9"A correspondent of the New Tcrk
bar tavtearetad for Ufo by OSm pta414 Dr
rimes figure, up the debt of Virginia, and
teda.aalA.ar applied (la bin priTat roamt at tt
Pectary. kt Bona (treat. Be Earn.
makes it over forty-e- ix
million, of dollars.
Baal ta aU duet and taws af taa Cn'.td Btatat I
tad her productive means to meet the
-- Tla canatas hat tb nam and addrai.p
interest ulmost nothing. Her bonds In the
aaaateala'.te anmtaaa foar turn at the bam. at Sew York market weat down to 62 per cent.
WTL A. BATOSEIR. W Bond raret. New Terk. and
Front this showing, ebe is ep
ay Meeua. kviiaaa A twrttrd loaKVUie Eea
for war, which she aooepta by the aot of Se
Th Great Zlng-lisw hen men invite war, tt would
seem discreet to count the cost, and see if
they were ready to meet it respectably. It
is fine to wear cockades and spout glory;
but there is no fun in meeting an enemy
EIE JAMES CLAKKE 8
without men or money.
There is no glory
la tha ear af n being run wver for lack of means and
Ta tBTalnabia ajedlelB It
eB taaa aataral aad aaa'ereat itHumi lad rl eat ta the
One may get credit tit
1 11 1 It aoaaauitioe.
courage, but not much for discretion; and
" "fh wbaterer cauta, and a apeedF
ny be rened the honor at last depends on the success,
or the aneoesafiAl party writes the history
Ta Married I mate
Au pacsHarlr nited. It wlC. ta t tbart rime, hrtni of the Affair.
ithiy period with reraierKy.
Now, that all allegianoe to the stars and
falc PSBt ehouM aet at takea by frmalt (W an stripes are repudiated in certain quarters,
prayaaaC. darm (he rtSST TBUkS M OATHS,
we suggest to them, before they declare war
eat af every enWt
(hay arc mm to tWMf ea Jrucarrw
by Secession, to cipher up their resources,
ftM. aad ta earnr ether ecjt, thr art perftaO
Ia all oat of Kerreo end Spinel ASertlooa, Path bi tad satisfy themselves that they can win
the Bach aad Limb. HeaTtneat, Fatme ea at'eat exer
tome laurels in tlte fight. These honors and
ttea, Palpttatloa af tb Heart, Lewaeai af Spirit. Hr
ights are good things to fight on. but the
tarka. Skk Iteatacha. White. anJ a th pala nl
disordered arateo. the
ight is Absurd when there is no fair chance
aU other atraa he
effect a care whea
Pan direction in th pamphlet around each packajc
The people ef Louisville have somethicg
which ahoald b carefully nreurred.
A battle cnotalaAiif Sfty PUit, aal asebcted with Uh
loss ia this fight. The enemy we make
Btamp ef Oreet Britain, aa b
at post by Secession
is right over the river. They
fret for f ad Hi poataft auap.
will be made enemies by the act of Seces.
fe. Ctnaral AcMX.
Rochester, hmm Iork.
mw Sold ta LentorDc ty Raymond A Tyler, Sprier) sion, in spite of their own wiahes;aud this
A Brother, end all the wkoteatir ant retell DrodsUU.
Secession is ant the act of Kentucky.
T. a. Arutis.
BoM In hew Albany by
condemned it from the start as any proper
eIeiai-omeans of redress. By the conduct of others,
he policy ia presented. Kntucky must
Tamil TaoF Oorn or a Mantou. Boos roe Qa
miuui OacrutTiOB By a tufrrr, who baa bera aOec
brother States And fight for them, when they
taally eared ef aerroat AeblUty. toe of memory, ear
dlmrt f (krht, rasrltinc froo early crrora, by folltw lespiee her counsel.
We ar at full liberty to look to the in
lac the mii milnm clvea ta a medical work, end wac
ttaaldm tt hi aty. In fratUnde te th anther, aad fat terest of Kentucky, and we can do so, and
ta ktaidt ef Cents mpti and Nereoat toUerert, tc at
the same time disregard no obligation
paarah the mean axed. He wta therefere aead free
we owe to the Federal Government, no mat
I any adlreaa, oc receipt cf t
auaiba, a opy af the
Tark. eentmntnf every lnformattea renlred. Aldreat
er how muck we are opposed to its policy.
AtS;r T, '. T
CO Air I COAXiI
O. keu bealen cts Oo.
a head the beet eneUUea et the hrweat market price.
W Oateea Well atrrat, weat alda, aad eomar a
y r.reelni ee4
JT" Th followlnf H aa extract from letter, wrictea
a the Bee. J ft Ho'oie. near of the
Beptlet for-to the Jnarael and
apeak vol a me. In lev
atieeenrer." CindiCeu.U-.eDet that woreiMifecl meulux, hlaa. MiaaLOW'i
rua Criuau.1 Tibihw:
II ymjr column af Ml
e never .aid a worn
t BoatuiKe NKP
ta fevur e) a paf-u- t
in our me. but w
fee eoejipeiiea ti aav to your
iert ibat Out la nc
ttawf-- vi aAva
im rr at aix n
CUiat. It l prubaM ijur iA tue OiOjt aocceviiul auedt
f the dev.
ae vt the beat. And
tunaa oi Toer maam tie Leva tablot cast lo bettei
thea to ier in a MiuotT."
IH08. U SrARK.
Win. McQalston & Co.
Produce, Forwajflinj and Com
aeeara tnr tle
a.MM t i
in I ul
..mr. Ore M .1. Htr. tw.it. Out-- . Tima ky mai
re.t, huj Bum, taiwr, , g tAhe Fuh
k4t for '..H. moo, atteadej t A
A H. Bur.hard'.i:. btni'eker a jo Moorl-A Co . A. u. Muna a
Ce. J ,B
ABOVE LAKOR AND &I1V IDIOT8 WARB- X h.ae k. Djw la oitrr.u. for lawin(4ectlooau4 tele
f TotMtore. Tne ir.pnet.ca neve af'.red ae expenae
aiefce R la ever.
wl.at e werHotiae t...vuj
beiieref brim, to .lourhiy tlrhte.l, with, meuiiK rout1
baa et tne ao'iere vi mu i the t e
i .w In
uperat'on, wll . I - 7 hope, with ttelr etea etertlefia.
meiit a altere of tne rUu.fera' aod d e.ert patronaere.
The eMrcUar.it enl buetoeat uea at
laa'aellte e aeraily.
RETAIL DBA LEE IB
Crweries, Dry Goods
lmp. leVII.I E. I
e h WW
aad tur ulr
fl arrest TP. mi
BATE MADE A RRAtOIC?N5'S
R me to lorDri the ... mMi
Ute.1 trejo Iroaj the erouud
rot.aeu ai prl4..loiiu:t:hiloM.
FIRE BMIHIK.t BEeHA.VJCK.
Petatea be ore Imrii. a , Kenturtr B
.. nr.l, iijtrcr, Iiuiethy uti
Seed and Arrtcc
HOrtU arpji.r o, EXrilA
it Imut. en ..I areie. u, fit ti.nti.nn.
7LOCk -- A
DaMLV DatMocaAV eSt SS. IT paid ta edvacoa.
thaieutry ar, er Etty caat pw aaoath.
Wavzcu DawooaAt- .-l eapy. an tea ewles. SS
aUUTALB A SOS
MAJOlt, OF THIM1T
wptas. at tar aay auahai
tfly and ever ta aaa aJdnai eeatav
The ftr.wiMt thftt sfclrl Hi? mountain brow,
Tbe Mu.im.r L.'.itl ill 4l J1:tis the fcr.
T'.e uirv li.nv.-ii.- . with bntnanl brow,
I'roc aim til- - !' liiv.i.-iy- :
it It the IWultiul.
l.rUht ll.ll iif
Particulars of the Fight
ursrnsA-- or inn rniLA
a Inn clme.
T HE WA. II
otoI I .f I'hiKi'a
invade Kentucky or Virginia, which Uat
State furnished the money and munitions,
leemlh rell .vlt I
I o It lb .luil'tll.
she is guilty of the ba.-cingratitude:
Listoln's War. The Republicans arc
The Union Must be Preserved!
suddfu'j- groaiug extremely patriotic, and
are ready to denounce all aa traitors who
do not by every look, word, and notion ap
plaud their feel ion al A Jmiuiatration
Although it is impossible for Mr. Critten
eliorm anddeMgns to linbru us hi.n l J with den to mak a general canvass of the
tbe blood of our own people who do not
sanction the ttetijtn to attempt forcibly to we are gratified to learn that he has con
subjugate the Southern
States, and to sented to aJJresj his fellow-citize- ns
hasten our beloved nation on lo a bloody follows :
slrifa. The v.ry men who opposed and
At Richmond, Saturday, April 20th.
denounced the war with Mexico who voted
At Lancaster, Monday, April 22d.
again, supplies to our brave eoldiors wLi'e
At Uarrodaburg, Thursday, April 25th
vicdicating national honor on a foreign
At Versailles, Alondiy, April
snore, sre now most prominent in tue
Our Union friends must see that he is
movement to inaugurate a civil war to
force brother to meet brother on the field of suitably attended to, and transported combattle and all
the unholy, unpatriotio
fortably from place to place, and give full
purpose of vindicating a sectional President
notico to the freemen of Kentucky to oome
and a SrCionU platform.
and hear him.
Mr. George E. Greece, the editor, in
a brief speech, d 'fined his position :
Geaigs E. Greene was called for, and
W. C. A.VPKKS.IM, ESJ .
briefy defined hi position that his feel- Will meet Col. A G. Talbottat the following
ings, ai publicly and privately expressed,
times and places in tbe Fourth District
since the inauguration of the present crixie,
Jamestown, Wednesday, April
had uodtrgone no change; that he oj
Burksville, Thursday, April 25ih.
the change of polk-- of the
Alminis- Albany, Friday, April 2dth.
tration, and was equally opposed to that of
Moriiicello, Saturday, April 27th.
that however much we might
Somerset, Monday, April 29th.
condemn recession, we should deal leniently
Fiat Lick, Tuesday, April BOth.
with revolutionists, as our forefathers exerHarrison, Wednesday, M:y 1st.
cised that right in '70; that, although yield!
Waynesburg, Thursday, May 2d.
ing to no man in a love of country, he was
Crab Orchard. Friday, My 31.
opposed to all this raising of armies and
companies as a coercive step, as it would
put lurther off the very end which we all
claimed to have so muoa at heart; that he
JOHN B. IIOT'W
had been for compromise aad peice from the
commencement, and intended not to swerve Union Democrat io Candidate for a seat in
from his line of conduct so long as he had the Border States Conference for tbe Ninth
control or a newspaper.
District, will address his
at the following times and
goyThe L'uiontown News gives the fol places
lowing account of the manner in which tbe
Blsin (Sweaiman's) Thursday, 18th, at
war news was received in that town:
11 o clock.
Blain Mill?, Thursday. 18th, at 4 o'clock
A Day of Excitement. Last Saturday
was decidedly tbe "bann-- r
Louisa, Friday, 19th, at 11 o'clock.
day" of the
season in Uniontown.
Catletteburg, Saturday, 2'Jlh, at 1 1 o'clook
Early in the morna Confederate States banner was seen
Ashland, Saturday, li'.Hh, at 4 o'clock.
Grayson, Monday, 221, at 11 o'clock.
floating from tbe store of Hifgtnson & Hatfield, whereupon the old stars snd stripes
Greenupsburg, Tuesda,y,23d. at 11 o'clock.
were soon seen pendant from the Union
Tclltburg, Lewis county, Friday, 2tith,
Hotel. Towards evening a body of citizens
al o clock.
paraded the streets with the Southern fl ig,
CAnnonsburg, Saturday, 27th, at 2 o'clock.
which called focth a corresponding
Mt. Carmel, Fleming county, Monday,
of feeling on the other side, end a
th, at 11 o'clock.
crowd of men marched through town with
Fiemingsburg, Monday, 28th, at night,
U. 8. banner.
Cheers were given by
fherburne, Tuesday, 30 h, at 11 o'clock
one party for "Jeff. Davis," "State U'ghts,'
S'uarpsburg, Tuesday, 30th, at night.
&e , while the other party cheered lustiiy
ML Carmel,. Clark county, W ednesday,
for "Major Anderson," ths "Constitution, " May isL
and the "old flag."
Let the friends of the Union spread the
BQTbe following ia an extract from a news of these appointments as speedily as
possible ; snd let the people be prompt in
native of Switzerland la the National Inassemblicg at the hours appointed, se that
During the memorable secession in 1917 the speaker can mike his connections in
of seven Cantons from the Swiss Confeder- good time ; and let all corns, male and fe.
acy, it is a noticeable foot that even after a male, and hear the questions of the day
National Convention of the remaining loyal discussed.
Cantons had decided to raise a levy of 70.
o- - W. PCS'LAP,
000 troops to quell this insurrection, under Candidate for delegate to the Border State
whose banner already stood a force of Convention
for the Sixth Congression
troops, several Cantons refused
(because nearly equally divided in their al District cf Kentucky, will address the
sympathies between the federal Governpeople of eai I District at the following times
ment and the Secession party) to furninh and places on natioual politics :
their contingent of troops and remained
neutral pacificators inibehelf of both parties. April l'J
"At the close of this fratricidal war,
Floyd county, Saturday,
which lasted but three months, and resulted
in the entire expulsion of the Secession April 2'J.
Piketon, Pike eounty, Monday, April 22
Uadert, the Federal Government apportioned
Whitesburg. Letcher county. Wednesday,
the expenses of the war equally among the
seven rieces-io- n
Cantons and the two neutral April
lla.ard. Perry couuty, Thursday, April
ones. The General Convention, which was
convened immediately upon the cessation of
Cay county, Saturdav,
hostilities, completely remodeled the Fed
eral Constitution, and nit long thereafter, April 27.
cy general consent, the expenses i f the war
were equally apportioned a.ruooR all the Apl II 3.
Whitley County, Tuesday,
This latter act cf generosity.
together with the new Constitution, has April 30.
infused a fraternal feeling among the Swiss May 1.
far surpassing that which formerly exiu'ed.
Mount Verncn, Rockcastle county, Thurs
"Could not Virginia and the border
day, May 2.
States act as did the neutral Cantons in
Lancaster, 3arrardcounly, Friday, M.y 3.
Switzerland, seeing that similar circumSpeaking will commence at one o'clock
stances exist for so doing?"
OF THE CONFEDERATE
Cauadn Favor the Si.bjugHtfon
of the South.
OF VIRGI.VTA TilOOTS
MosrrooMr.nr, Aoril 1J
The demand for
me loan cf tbe Coufe-leratStales was so
great ihat President Dtvis has determined
to offer Ihe whole t13.0u0,000.
amount a.ready subscribed exceeds S15.
000,000. The books are closed
the smallest runs had preference Of er the
Baltimore, April 19 It can scarcely be
true that any of the riilroad bridges are to
oiown up lo prevent ihe passage of trainscars, containing ths Massa
i weniy-nchusetts rrgiment, arrived at the depot
without disembarking the troop from the
ine Beveral cirs had horses at
tached and About nine were drawn from
Pratt street to Caron street, the first six
without creating any disturbance. For some
reasen tbe horses attached to the seventh
Car were taken eff at the Pratt sireei bridge
nod the car moved without their aid to
A short t'lstance from Gay efreet. be
tween Gay street and Frederick street,
a number of laborers were encaged in
repairing the bed oi the street, and just at
tne moment wueu iba car reached Gay
street, were engaged in removing cobble
stones. Some ihirty cr Ury men assembled
mere, nav.ng loilowcd tbe car from the de
pot ana wild cheers for Davis and the
coutnern confederacy, hurled bitter taunts
continued for several minutes, when as tne
horses were again attached and the car
moved on it was proposed to atone it
Before the car had gone twenty yards
almost every window was broken, and a
portion of the crowd followed a considera- Die uistance hurling stones.
car was treated in the same manner, but
tne ninth car apparently being emp'y, was
reached with only one stone. The crowd
exulted in their work, declaring that the
Black Kepullicins should not pass throneh
A lapss of five minutes suc
ceeded, a number of respectable persons in
the meanwhile urging the crowd to tear up
After ihe first train had passed
one was observed on Pratl-strs- et
where obstructions were placed, and a po-- nuu vi the traca was taken up.
this the cars were turned back to the Pratt-stre- et
depot, and the men embarked and
prepared to march through the oity. Mayor
Brown, wiih a number of police, appeared
at their head and lead the way.
They came along at a bri-pace and on
reaching Center Market, an immense concourse of people closed in behind them,
and commenced 6tonning them when they
reached Gay gtreet, where the track had
been takea up.
A large crowd of men
arrived with paving stones, and showered
them on their heads with euoh foroe, that
several of them were knocked down.
At the corner of South and Pratt itreele a
man ffred a pistol into the raDksof the
when those in tho rear ranks
wheeled and fired upon their assiil-anttand several were wouuded.
of the soldiers that had fallen wounded
were seized and fared upon the ranki with
tital effect in two or threo instances.
After they reached Calvert street they
succeeded in checking their pursuer by a
rapid fire, which brought down two or
When they reached Howard street
another large crowd was collected; soma
stones were thrown at ihein, but their guns
were not loaded, and they parsed down
Howard street to the depot.
appeared that order wtre given to clear
Near the main depot building this was
done, and soon aS cr, a large j aseeuger ear,
of the Philadelphia and Baltimore o. mpany
oitme up at a rapid rate, filled with the
This car was soon followed bv
bout sixteen more, all of whiah wer oo- ccpied by the niiktia, in all elevoa con- m
IlAERtfBrRO, April lit
ia now at tbe Carlisle barrf-okehe state
that hearing yesterday that 1,000 Virginians were approaching by Ihe Winchester
road, to seize the arsenal, they put piles of
powder in s'raw in all tha buildings, and
waueu uuietty tne apprcacn oi tbe picket
He give the alarm, and the garriguard.
son was set on fire in the outhouses, carpenter shop, and powder house, and then
began to retreat.
The citizens of Harper's Ferry, who were
Hon. Archie Dixon, the Union candidate
evidently in league with the party advano
for the Border Stale Convention, and W. R. ing to seize
the arsenal, were instantly in
Kinney, Esq , will address their
arms snd pursued and killed two regulars.
Itrs. Others dt sorted before the iroocs
on the subject of National Polilios,
They marched all
at the following times and places:
night and missed the railroad train. At
Oweneboro, Monday, April 28.
Hagerstown they took omnibuses te Chani- Calhoon, Tuesday, April 2o
they are all much exMadisonville, Wednediy, April 24.
hausted by the night march. Thev were
HopkicMVille, Thutsday, April 20.
fed by the people at CLambt reburg aud were
Greenville, Friday, April 20
received with cheers all the route to CarMorgiiitowD, Sa'urd'iy, April 27.
lisle The report of the assault on lha
Hartford, Monday, April 'I'.).
Massachusetts regiment at Baltimore occa
Caseyviile, Tuesday, April 30.
sioned much excitement at Camp Curtin.
Uardinsburg, Wednesday, Mjy 1.
They ewe&r terrible vengeance. 3.000 trocps
Iiawsville, Thursday, May 2.
are 1 e.
As the election transpires the first SatLater. Lieut. Jones, who has arrived here
urday in May, it will be impossible for the from Harper's Ferry, is a son of tbe late
Jones, of Ihe U. S. Armv.
candidates to address the people at more Adiulant-Uener- al
lie says as the Federal troops
than one point in each county in the dis- across the Potomao at Harper'smarched
trict. It is, therefore, hoped that the friends the people rushed in tbe arsenal.
He believed that large numbers were hurt bv the
of the Union will exert themselves to have
explosions which repe.ttedly oocutr.d, and
as large audiences ss pceeible, at each of
he saw tbe light cf the burning buiding
the above points.
for many mi!es.
Two Otiio regiments
and stay over until
A Novel Chcrch Scese.
are ready to march.
aisjor ibimonton, commander of tbe Pittsis told by the New York Post:
At Henry Ward Beecher's church, in the burg arsenal, is suspetted of infidelity to
ihe Union, and is watched by a Committee
evening, a scene occurred which beggared
Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, dedescription.
Ia the course of his remarks, of Safety. telegraph,
to lot any more armed
the reverend gentleman had a dispatch
handed him announcing that Sumpter had taoops pass through Baltimore.
been reinforced and Moultrie reduced to
Boston, April 10 The Fifth Regiment
is under orders, and will probably leave for
with cheers, nuzzis, the waving of bats and Washington by Mouday next. It will numhandkerchiefs
of eyes were ber 1.0J0 men. The reports from Baltimore
suffused in tears, and the wildest excitement
cause painful excitement, bu. it is hoped
prevaded the whole audience for several
tne tcuuuuts are exageraiea.
Va , April IS. Soecial to
have met several gentlemen from the World.
Virginia troops numbering 1500
this and the neighboring counties within men have possession of the town nf
the last two days, and they all tell us that Harper's Ferry. Cannon are placed on the
the war excitement
has not reached the adjacent hills, and soldiers are distributed
people of the cuuntry, and few or none in all directions.
It ig said that there is
talk of volunteering.
The general feeling not a Union man there.
The train was
is that the people of the border counties
stopped to search for troc ps that piight be
should oi ganize for the protection of their on the way to the arsenal, but afier exam,
own homes and firesides, and to act strictly ination, was allowed to proceed.
on the defensive.
Acoccta, Ga, April 1
A Pthode Isl.
ander, and an old citizen of this place,
tgi- - Mark, now. what we say, any at- issued an order this morning to uniform and
tempt on the part of the Government of this equip, at his own expense,
eighty volunState, or of any one else, to put Kentucky
teers, to go to war.
out of the Union by foroe, or using force to organized, and will Ihe company has been
be ready to march in
compel Union men in any manner to submit ten days.
to an ordinance of sece-sioor any preBaltimore, April IS?. The rhiladelphi-ac- s,
tended resolution or decree, arising from
who, unequipped and uaarmed, resuch secession, is an act of treason against
mained in the last car at the station, were
ihe State of Kentucky.
It ia, therefore, lawful to resist any such assaulted with stones and other missiles,
and some were slightly wounded.
We hope that we are now fully
train was taken back. Quite a number esunderstood thus far.
caped to the city, but having no uniforms
Sattonal Union Winchester, Ky.
were not recognized. The reporteddifhculty
aTi,The Eleamsbip Glasgow, from Liver-poo- l, on the road between here and Washington
It is undei stood that all
brings home for trial sent by tbe is incorrect.
United S ates Consul four seamen, late of reached Washington in safety, exoept the
who were taken back. At
the ship General Parkhill, for killing Cant.
Price, of that vessel. They were taken the meeting the Mayor announced that the
Presidents of the road had promised thst
charge of at Q iarantiue by otboers of tbe
harbor police. The names of the prisoners they would brirg to more troops this way.
As soon as the train arrived, some of the
are John Kelly, John Kiley, Frank Collins,
troops were compelled to change cars, when
and F. L. Feaiherstone
they were hooted at by the crowd, but no
gtjy The statement submitted to the overt act was committed.
Emigration Commissioners, at their meeting men appeared at one of the cars and dison the 13th, informed them that ihe emi- - played revolvers.
grauts landed in New York during the week
A few minutes after the train left, a disnumbered l.uU.i, which swells the number charge of fire arms attracted the attention
for the present year to far to 1 1.G47; of the crowd to tbe corner of Pratt and
and that the balance of tbe commutation
Howard streets, where a body of infantry
money at present amounts to 4,602 05.
from one of the Northern Siates, about one
hundred and fifty strong, w ere seen rapidly
iQryA fiiend of the parrot tribe saya approaching the depot, and no doubt anxthat to keep Polly or Coco in gooif health, ious to reach tbe city.
she or he must bi fed on bread, soaked ia
Some assaulted tbe command with stones,
water only, hemp seed, bard buiscuit, a when a number
of the latter disbaked crust, dates, nuts, orange, lemon and charged their mutkets.
A crowd broke
apple pips, with an occasional boiled pointo the warehouse of Patterson & Wolferd,
on long dock, this evening, and took therefrom some four hundred rifles and swords.
tap" I: is reported that Mr. Kane, Chief Squads are paradiug the streets fully
cf Police of Baltimore, said that there were armed, oa the look-o- ut
for tbe militia from
ten thousand secessionists in and about the North, who are
expected to arrive toBaltimore, pledged to p.revertany Northern
or Western military companies from fassieg
All the city military have been ordered
through that city
lo meet at Monument Square, and are now
gey Black laces, Cambrai and Lama, the assembling.
Ntw York, April 20
former as good as Cbautilly, are now the
mode in Paris for ttlainiiog.
go to WashLama ohiwls Pocahontas and Philadelphia
The Harriet Ls&e sailed this mornare worn at n'oruing calls, visits to the ington,
ing for the same plaj.
theater and evening toilets.
3.We learn that the government hat
contracted with the Hamburg Steamship
Company for the transportation of the
Lulled blates mails from New iork to
of this line
comprise tbe Stxonia, Lirunsia, Hammonia,
Teuionia and Bavaria, and their days of
departure will be on eac'i alternate Saturday, commencing on the i:h of May next.
This line is considered one of tbe most tafe
and reliable that plies between the two
There never was a
period when the institutions of our country
were exerting so powerful an iniiutLce
abroad as just at this very time, when it
seems so hard to maintain them at home
Victor Emmanuel has now fairly proclaimed
the policy of his government to be the obtaining of Home as th: capital of the new
Lalian Government, to b. founded on the
principle of the complete separation
Church and State. As our own country is
the first in which that great principle has
been successfully established in the history
of mankind, and as it has been the exactly
opposite to mis which has Deen the rulmg
policy and also the ruinous policy of Home
in all her past history, it is well to mark
how much a single idea may do to ruin or
revive a nation.
Before Rome became Christian, the emperor, always considered that they had the
right of supremely dictating in all religious
The toleration which they showed
to conquered natious was simply, as Nean-de- r
has shown, a permission, or rather a
command, to maintain the religious t'.atut
of the country onaitered.
A Jew might
circumcise one of his own nation, but all
proselyting of Roman cidzens would have
been at the peril of life. The Government
were remarkably severe in this matter.
When Constaniine came to the throne he
simply established Christianity in tbe room
of Paganism, and no more doubted the right
of government to interfere in tellgious
matters than to exist. The Donahots in
Africa appealed to him, for religious inter,
aft?" It is rumored that the Governor is ference, in the very yr ar in which he fought
solicited to call a Convention to precipitate and conquered at tbe Melvian bridge. They
were dirpleaaed with his decisions, refused
Kentucky out of the Union.
We have no idea that the Governor will to submit, and he Attacked them with his
troops. Then it was that they turned
usurp such a power. It would inaugurate around and, first in the history of mankind,
civil war in this Stats. Ws have before our declared it wrong lor tbe State to compel
men in ma'ters of religion.
They were not
eyee the appalling consequence, of lawlessheeled, but crushed ULe
ness; of attempts to break up established
Roman f.roes aud scattered like the driven
Let us obierve Uw, and allow
Arnold of Brescia, some eizht hundred
no body of despots to order this Commoa- ago,
wsslth out of her propriety. The Governor years ages relieve! the monotony of the
by denying tbe right of the Pope
has no authority to call such a body, and to govern Rome potiticaKy. In fast, betook
an Attempt to do it would be criminal in one tbe precise ground now advanced by Viotor
ia his position to abuse it in a crisis like LmanueL, namely the complete separation
Church and State as ihe only proper
this. This is no time for haste, and no tide of
course for the Romans. He allowed tbe
to commit the fortunes of Kentucky to un
Pope all his ecclesiastical
authorised and irresponsible bodies, and drove him by force of arms from the city,
sueh usurpation our people will not eub- - and kept him at bay for several years.
tbe government, but was finalmit to.
ly conquered, killed, and his body burned
We have heard a great deal about rights, to ashes, and even the ashes thrown into
and we have learned enough to appreciate the Tiber, lest the people thould retain any
Those ashes, scattered thus
them. We have now constitutional rights relics of
by winds and waves, have at last fertilized
secured under our institutions whioh we the land, and from them, as from
seed, has sprung, first in Garibaldi,
shall not surrender At the dictation of a
and more powerfully in Viotor Emanuel, a
lawless body, called by A usurped Authority.
defense, open, publio and powerful, ef the
We protest now and forsver against such a
very principle for which be contended.
It is monstrous!
Meantime, first by Roger
liam Penn and Lard lialtimore, had this
The Uaiontown News has the great truth been incorporated
constitution and government of the
following in regard to the finding of ahorse written
After our Revolution it entered
ad baggy aal the corpse of a man floating into our national constitution, and our
in the river near that place. They bad been success has led to its gradual avowal in
a the water for several weeks, having been Europe. Thus it is that Rome, which ha.
ruined by ihe rejection of this great
submerged at the city of Henderson, and been
truth, is now seemingly relying upou it
had floated to this pleee before being dis
chit fly as the souroe of its regeneration.
covered. It is supposed the recent rise in
Mi'rdeb ie Shawmeetowb
the river washed them off soms bar, where
Friday, a young man, living in Shawnee-towthey had probably lodged.
by the name of Cumrnings, stabbed
aate man was fastened to the wheel of the hi. brother twice and then shot him with a
buggy by the string of his drawers hsving revolver, the ball entering tbe ear, and
caught ia part of the wheel. He is a man killing him instantly. It seems that the
elder Cummings had occasion to administer
abeut fifty years ef age; his name was Wm corporeal punishment to his younger brothBourse. He had $20 ia his pocket, and a er, some time since, for some of his bad
aote which calls for $900. He was em conduct, and on Frid iy, the boy (aged only
18 years) met tbe senior Cummings ia the
ployed ia a livery stable, ia Henderson,
street, end killed him, as above.
aad had takea the buggy to the river fjr
ihepwrpaae of washing it.
powerful enort is being made by
steamer made waves which frightened the the
rircessiottittt. to hjrry Kentucky out of
aoree, aaa he would aot Tea tare lathe the Union. Men of Kentucky
we beg you to eland
water, whereat Bourse Attempted to back love your country
him into the river, ia doing which the firm. Jeff. Divis is not your President
the Cotton Confederacy is not your country.
baggy went over in deep water and turned Kentackians
cw. no allegiance to Jeff.
completely bottom tide up, drowning horse Davis. Every consideration of duty, inter
demand that Kenluckian
est end patriot
T'anfortunete msn leaves
and true to the Fed
shall stand fi
is seaewBsre ia the East,
JAirrodtlura (AV ) fret
ft!? Horace Bishop uied in Adiian, Mich,
last week, aged 1 00 ye s. He served four
years in tbe revolutiorry
war, and stood
sentry over Ma'iurdre at the time of his
hip Glasgow from Liver.
. and Queenstown
4tb, reached New ijifk
brings XlT,2otf in i;
C ttt AB Li7t
I J t'.f'iraTie Mri .luo T
QEtlOX Mi, liioma,
IX. Million Mli sal
Il li Mr-- C'jllierl.io
McAHMer Mrt Sarah
Rlrhle Mrt Bvtiu
u Mil Martha
tlrt jonn w
Fwaa Ml Ml- - Jennie
Marr Mr till, hi
SaniU Mist Laura
Tbimaj Mist Mary
Tn.lk Mitt M 4 la
armed rebellion exists ia a portion of the
States of this Union, threatening the destruction of the National Government, public
and private property, endangering the
peace and security of this Commonwealth
and inviting systematic piracv: at d whrean.
adequate provision does not exist by law to
enable this Executive to make tho military
foroe nf the State as able and efficient as it
should be for the common defense of the
State and General Government, and
herea, an occasion so extraordinary.
requires prompt LegUUtive power,
therefore, 1, by virtue of ihe power vest
ed in me, do hereby convene the General
Assembly of this Commonwealth, and re
quire the members to meet at their respective Ileuses at Harrbburg, on Tuesday,
April 30. h, noon, there to take into consi.i
eration, and adopt such measures in the
premises as the present emergencies mav
AXMlEVr c. ccetin.
April 20. A letter has
been reoeived from Governor Letcher, of
Virginia, offering S30.OO0 to the patentee
of the bullet mold.
The reply was, no
money can purchase it against ths country.
A resident of Kent oouuty, Maryland, has
received information that the negroes were
burning the houses of the whites. Twj of
his buildings had already been destroyed.
Boston, April 20 This city was terri
bly excited last night and this morning at
the attack on the Massachusetts troops in
ine 'Jovetnment recoguises the
similarity is the day and event suggeited
oy me i n oi April li io and those immor
al memories which cluster around the men
of Lexington aad Concord.
The Governor has sent the follow in? di
spatch J.0 the Mayor of Baltimore :
1 pray you cause the
bodies of our Massa
chusetts soldiers dead in battle to be im
mediately laid out, preserved in ice, and
ey Clis, w
th..iu J K
Culo:t :a W P
I'T' -imi t ap! Tho
(iarlo. r JoaT
tt'lnir, Mti ham
II . rr
li trill JiTKt W
Jor n t
Kvul.i: Cot John
Mom I S
Murray J B
kus tii J it
KlcharUoQ John T
THE IMMslilAIS .NE:iiUHoRI.XD
the Jot.bliu Qiiivi on M..ei. Tb'ri and
cnr,luut ttreet tbe Bank.- P i. rrce, tHercbauaUahal
a .change, c , ac. Kept boih oa tu
pitk'v. wMRn m
HAVE JOT RECEIVED
Beara err Day
CPBINU SrVLS.-- l DKKUd DATS
A. B. KKi.l.. an,
O tun moiDiut bv
Fourth street nnder Netlooal Uotei.
AND EUROPEAN PLAN
HOUSE AND LOT, CENTRALLY LOCATED
ea CheMnnt ttreet, between Fonnh end ' 3
euhth croae ttreet. The House conlalu
aud three roorua on the Sret dor. and (onr room, on
ibe tecond Sour alto,
and tervanhr' rooaa, with
cittern, waahroota. atebl and
If the ebov property le ao told aeoa. rt wul aa r
rent to a tood
Pot farther particular, rnqnlre ot
K SI LOGO'S.
ClLARKT iloi-- n
.iinrtor Hancarlan CUreti
10 iloi-- n Bordeans
In atnr and for taie by
J. U B IN DC KANT.
Main lUeet, near Plllh.
sutntiy on hand a Lara-- aaturlinunt
of ib lowest irra.le oi tooJt. a, well a tb Suett la
America, at No tJS Main .treet.
ateau arll euj bolted Caru Meat lu
ort n4 lor
W. A IL BURKHARDT. 417 Market at.
HAT PR ATHER a SMITH'S I RKMI- - H
HAT.,, sprint .lyle. are Ihe lea. tint Halt I M
ana can only be bad at No.2) MainW
whvre tliev ar
EFMOVED TO 3.T MARKET PTkEBT.
Third fud Fourth, kt oderlng a bu
Head Dmnra, Trlmmlnn an.1 RJbboot of the lat- -t
title, and everytnintf In ihe lllliinery line, ef the
y aud laaeol deaUua.
Tboee La waul ef rrea
bueoa of the
LATEST PARIS PATTEaNS
will do wen to tlve me
call beore parcht-ln- g
will be Sue I te Mill the herd time
aa my prk-hue
leev. to In torn Lfttea end Pemill rettd aa
be country, who mav not Sad It convenient te visit
u villa earing the Spriia. ci rely iua the atrtel
Mr. Pott-- . Mercnanufrjand.u
their erdert wid ltd
them proibptly and strictly etecmed.
CHEAP LACE STORE,
StrMt (old Numtxr yy).
fcmrolUraMi JaVOIM-- t awSalVia.
catet newtttle ft'iluta;
caes c.tu.nt'1ir-colore Cambric
AKh PA 11:
A pica at ail Utaea, al fie rnark-
anu oitj nuit, aid tue tai row.
lll.HI,l- t1 S puncheon luper'ov eld Irl.h Whl,krt
. pipe Doable Plaeapple UoUand liln; Ihrsa'eoy
we. I PM Vlaewet.
it PuK DkUAi AP--
CRUTCHER k ricCREADT,
Brttenn'a an.1 P'a'e--
which will be ottered
In the yarvet.
Cheap Lac Ptora,
la More aud tut set by
looking A'aww. aad Laav
vruit Jar a, ell a
h can be hMind
R. A. SHRADER & CO
Waola.. and Retell
J. H. MONTGOMERY,
jtrrtssoy st, Bsr. third jt.so rocnm
HAVE LA ROE STliCE
CLtrTULNtJ. MADE L
beentif.ll ttyle. vrrefwy f, tne citv aad eatuaLrw
trade, weica I ti.lend to
ste for ra-rleees tlva
me a call, aiul I ttoi' k I w,.i uteaae you a... foe ia tact 1
have everything In rb aar of
te keea-tlrThe nien oi teete will certainly alva me call, aatd
1 will help nature.
Il 1 ha.e
the an., us meie a. a
can da tt lh anort tluta. 1 have a rjeautiiuieteurtsaeuA
Clotas, fastlmerrs aad
which I will make p to order. And Sxrvoar toaew
I'Ugive yea a l.r anow. Sir.uoeert coming to trtwetty
to buy clotbirut wui le well .o give rue a ceil before
J. R. M lTrj-waThird a.wl y.mn'a.
EECKlTtD. ANttTHBIt INVOICB
CaAR-JUHenry t i.y C itara, luperwr tjiieaiyj
av,.v mm aeaterw oat,
bcaeeti Contrctloner and Fnir-rapll
i b pnr MBourbon
For tare cheap uy
lrea to whiut
jf,rM? j wv
to 1 vaara alrf.
uucud and prvnpt
H- iluaeaarte- S
lae at. st
J. T LAN HA A CO,
!.ei.rVi, of Tree Ae. T
et le'iKN CHAMPAtvetS
(IHtMPAON-ead Hail lots, la tor- - and e u.e by
BAlJi LIVERP-eiSALT-- W
ANDREW BUCHANAN A CO.
Corner Seca.nd and Wasu natoa ttreeta
LI If I BlKKkd.
TOnS DURSO. MANUFACTURER OP CANDY. No.
b.rr--u P .i,ro-h.
V Aril Main atrett, between Sla end
BIlLs .Nla I IVXTuA KtSUji I
TAwlLY FLOCR-S- O
A Vie Mill la store end uu tie bv
ALLAN, MVORB A BADIJI.
WH1SXY, BRANDY, WINES,
Markes 9t., abava Breeh, aarth alda,
HAVE JCfT RECEIVED A
head, aad wUl aetl La, kH
At No. J77 Mala at, three Havw beiw Loaarrtn Hot I
ARB NOW OI . .i ,a an LAKXB e.ADDmOWi aeat
mvlng a la. te 3d hes itooj aawortaieM ef
bete Ma Mala and the Eivay.
NEW IMPORTATIONS !
Win h ao'd at let. h, rW at
CUAa. . RAL CUI tirt
rented pure. In
r" iK f ABLE MILLS-W- itt
. and on ieHt trtown
IT MACIliNa.-- t several dl iaiH ktnd.
and ej'i articlre (nereiiy. 4 utree ock
FIFTH ST. ONE IxXia NORTH OP MAEEET.
th work hi the meet pa.
received thlt day par eipreta et
acre par hoar.
have tewttSed that, by thear
they more lluta tavtu tbe cua ef a " a.
th Machine, with
to lea Uoeewaai have theaa la aaa
can b had on ap,Mlcft-.nMeaatattnred ae i ,i 1 lo th. re,.i ty
Dinner, between 1 aud S o'clock. SO cent, klnzle
Room. Irom 10
aeauuraxit attaehad. rrca acerdlng ta
31 ,01 Fare.
Tbe City Car tak petetnger from any alien to or
one to tbe Hotel.
fcnadsn. French, Crtraua sal Sreniah Ipok.-n- .
Imr orient of Tea,. u. Tnlr.i airvet.
CHESTNUT STRES 7, ABOVE TUISD,
St. Louis Hotel,
th' new anl
truau anf (AUkt ; con
WLil MW ft ffrsUr reVT);)
of liik kuerasi o Bja,
triiau Uiau br(ulwr
attAiati wliauul chtuiss ot
ar jrmaDrut a
l?nlon, M all lu parts cuim
)us'ii4(iLrt. tlmtrbl7 and Inifenlou.
aimksTeHl od a
UaiiKltt tin9 qo wire svoout il, aor auxytri'ti
1U ttw asMtiy
of order or catuo aniiyavuc.
trotuc. pnlQcluc tb mocsi
sMUtl Uar tbrnmplm aud Circulir
Pr c? i7V
a Pur n, ca'llnn for auy of th above Utter wll
pirate aay ' eUverlltrU.''
BBL3 WtTRA ILOCR FOR SALE BT
OAKliNEtt A Cti.
u it boat andiMrut.aa.NT
Cua.iti.-T LS tbe ww.d I
it tl ia per thoasand.
Dressed Poplar Flooring;,
tV BuiuuisM'liirrri aaJATTKNTlOlw
ft ebau: Mavchtu?. for vii fc'riJ
lOKTrR AND ALK.-I- TE
a tci p!v o Qulnneat' Dubilt. Mout anJ
2M DBL3 LOVKhlNtiS
Sl'OAR and grauuiatetl In tore an.lt'HCHlUD,
!ir ala rr
l inl. wi IKK A HADE.
WITH IMPROVED MJICRT!!-
ELLIS HOWE, JR.,
Mont Cuts l Buik
F IBlHv ?0n;
boXi-- i No.
t'aaoixvi No.' Slar lnH..-Tallow Can tlej;
A mi. a few Dut
box AiU .Vnuxea starch: for M e by
ItlHBITT A RON.
fL, Books are embalmed minds. Fame
is a tlowtr upou a dead man's heart.
BOTJaOSOlV WHXSXXX3 B
BETWEEN MAIN AND MA REIT,
PrtniAae Can lie Company
Witt am S.ainrf
w 01m le John
William, Wm A
omce, where nereaa.
tha pore arllcl wul be tur. UI
Street, Xo. 320,
Pooler, at SMS
Manufactured oi thoroohly-eeaatne- t
T DD A KYLE.
nonth tin niton bet. Bnn k end I aivd
aiUce ti- u i.etr
Wuilarua Vf W
When is a young lady like a poach.
When she has her hair in a net.
FIXE I.I QI OKS
Por faahfonaMe Pantre ot otr. --a.
I taka paeiira In itirjraiinis r?,e public that
DISTILL. AS OP AND AST AIL DEALSHS 19
NHS. M. A. WEAVER,
X. 413 JeBeraaa Faarlk, eaaih tlaa, awtaep
ISof A FINEHll.lnery. lit
MluOne never regrets doing; a polite or
kind thing, no matter how it ia received.
11,1. Ylaoh'ue. ha. place-- l It
Call and et.mln
. DA. "It Alt S.
Zander Joca J
1 luWur 1. H
Tuu.iali II It
Tra iler jobn S
Hay Three women were baptized by a
Mormon Elder at Newburg, Ohio, on Sun
of which ar
WBlUr 0.4 TX BMP. B4KI.IT.
aiit.w John A
a tine sw.iim.nt of
Bit A N II V,
AUJUAtlN II"1 and
ta he left with
Northwest corner ef Third and Market ttreet.
Re.r ion E la.oi.4
A dhitflOQ Joh!
Rotwts M r
& 2. 23. ILAJ7
IWATS A GOOD SUPPLY OP THIS EXCELLENT
ia. at. a cheapest uauur on head and ar aale by
OUST. A. RECTI! R,
There it a report from Texas that
all the Anierioan vessels at Galveston have
It. 8. B.
of Simon Kenton, who
enlisted in an Indiana regiment, fell off
the cars on the way to Indianapolis, and
had both legs out off by the wheels
m commei ce
MON DAT, FEBRUARY ers.
twenty weeks. A lew autre Kholar aaa
be acr..mmu.iat-- d.
deeinng to parthaae
Aa 1 warrant an mvOnotle to be
I b.va aAa
U rnyvlnarur- - lo every art!
wr.lch I ba.-- for aaiew
L a. Raby wm re .nentiv vt.it France lur is dooila.
He will late
:..r Para and ether ct'leel
n.a.- bo ,e I aa
is rumored, says the Lexington
Observer, that Col. Oeo. B. Hodge is en
route for Frankfort to urge the Governor to
send a division of the State Ouard to Cov
What the object can
ington and Newport.
be, other than to provoke a collision be- ween the United States troops and the
State, we cannot see, and we cannot believe
that Col. Hodge would engage in such a
iinout e livai in Kentucky.
5U MAIN STREET.
No. 819 Third Street, between Market aad
Jefferson, east side.
C. S. COOPER,
chat for ca.k. or prompt
Portrait & Picture Frames
prominent merchant of New York
writes to a correspondent hers that "all eyes
are turned to Kentucky with great Anxiety
aid the most despairing hope. She will stand
at least neutral, and be the great paclS.
MI330CRI 4 KENTCCKT
I have alao In sor a eery mrt and complete Block et
ln ln e
lie w ild alai announce that he baa rerelved an
ma iufact.ii r oi
the Rentit, ot Piauoa. and can otra
to atiy per.n. deairotte of
rVDa. JUT PTn.
lent ot Louis, lie en I v I. Inly Hat.
having cb.ttd hit enfaxement la tbe
bmri. he baa rcturna-- l to thia city wlia the view of re- ui nit
" may oe loond between.n-l- c store of Third, EACLDS
A CO., Main ttr
or at al.
retl.leTice. on Mai & all eet. north aloe, arst door aav.
BcrrALO, April 20 Hiram Sibley. Pree
ident of the Western Union, and T. R.
walker President acd J. D. Reid, Superin
tendent of the New York, Albany and Buf
raio ieiegrapn companies, have issued or
ders that no messages ordering arms or
munitions ot war, will be received by their
ompanies unless lor the defense of ihe Gov
ernment ef the United States, and endorsed by tbe Mayor of the city from which it
Messages in cypher, excepting
dispa'ches from the press of the U. S. or
othoers of the Government, will be refused.
The Toronto Globe of this moraine has a
long ai tide on tbe relations between Eng
land and tne inited Slates, advocating a
siooere and firm alliance, fcrgetting all past
differences, and says that North has a just
cause; that the permanent good Will of the
American people is worth striving for, and
hopes lo see ihe rebellion put down and ihe
traitors dealt with as they deserve.
Falmouth, Kt , April 20 A balloon
was seen passing at a high tlevation over
Falmouth, going east southeast, at five and
a half o'clock this morning.
.VIC J U S
Teacher of Piano-Fort- e
WOULD lo RE.PE(TFl'I LT
bla frten.1. an.1 the
t .y. Wm N
i'lbb.ir.1 Wrn H
j chat r
II..V.I n J A
rn J .lio
citizens was called on the reception ot Ihe
news. 1'atriotic speeches were made, and
he city government
was instructed to
appropriate $ 10,000 to tit out volunteers,
aud to pay eaoh volunteer 5
per month in
addition to the Government pay.
Hail Mtttr. Richard
il. n.ltr n E J
nan J tv
No. ItS east
dt 'Third street, between Maiaeiid Water, Lottlavlde,
Havlnf entirely new maetilnerr, with tbe lateat
lo". eipeneiu and urattlce will en
able lie tiirn out aa bomI article,, and
teem at aa
ia.nabie prlc- -, a, any bou-- e in th- - West.
a.OrileraollLltiel and protubtly n.lea at the ehort- rat u.Mli e.
brt ulh W C
OPPOSITE THE GAIT BO USB,
STAR & PRESSED MOID C.4XDLES:
A FINE ASSORTMENT 105 SALE CHEAP AT
Br RR, U1IG IIT ot W IIEEIaER'S
F. FABEL & CO.,
YUt llanil.lou T
SULKIES, Ao., A3.
Cl ALt IGHEIt
lll.lunl I' M
Mrs. J. A. BE1TIIE,
JOHN A. ANI KKW.
F.mhrecln a I article
the w II .,li b.w for ca,li
4)T LADltd" LKK.-t- Utrs me.!
JTDMOXIMOX R U
oonipiei aawrtmaol at
SIXTH AND SEVENTH
Mala aeai Mark.
J.ru-- a P
J iiti r
Crane Capt John L
Crottcu John E
SIDE, B ETWEE
LOUISVILLE K T.
Mrs. J. A. BEATTIE
tioei.ir of MuMathi.Setu.
At Fall River last night a mee.iog of
Corcoran An Irew
Clark K li.li
Cr. pUn Col EI
tol l:., U B
1861. SprlngStyles! 1861.
Brova F M
GERMAN INSURANCE COMPANY,
EAST SID a THIRD STREET.
CMS IE Oa) MAI
in W 7
expenses will be paid by Ibis Commonwealth
Vance A Co
Arm r i,a Cha D
runr. w K.,b rt
UaMwin pr H
at lowSen-eee- n
Ihe principal cities of UERMANr. IRELAND.an
IfcltLlND. BELGIUM aad U.iLI.AN FRANCE. SW1T
Mr, M..r ha A
M m Martha
VDAMS Took Chat R
btey Fren-..111, John
airs Mitt Strth
J Washliiiri .n Mlsa Jane
Mm C A
Waller Mrst .ro. Ine
Tin? M't Marv L
Tavl ,r.Mrt llarnel P
Tllwrt Mitt Annie
lallit.u Miea bjtte
The Straw r mar be aet oat aav tl na
mni.ih ui Anrii. I cm pack and ,bip wtih dnitni an r
part ot Ihe Ci.lt M Stau. M Plant, mar be touu.1 at
."henii in A Brolbe; a and at Pilkln. W lard
Arlcu!tural ai- -l Seed 3t.ret.ln laMiwvlli.
w.u o. pronip.ry flanded to. A Mrea
-onis-- . me ro.iom.-a- .
N . p.
that can beat me In th Loi.uvi le
ark- -t with
tnl. season, can win the
mat can re bought In the city, and
iurb mxney aa he wauu ta bet on the beck ot It.
SllM.bt M Llttie
bhute .Mint A. I. He M
Suillh Mr. France
r iinlrtl td Mi. II0,noii
Lun Ilea Sin Mary I'
T WH.I. WARRANT THE BROOKS PROLIFIC TO
they need no fcmin.n
plan'a te male the bed, ..ea.
,wer tmonK otner
wher .te van-t- y re mire, lu
f..ret the Br..-PrU Ic null! hey te. the
l M, MkU-Mr Wm
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NOBODY CAX BEAT:
Don't Forzet Brook' Varieties!
PLATED PORKS acd SPOONS,
MDMAalinli Mrtt Robl
LIFE OF TWIST PRICE tl
FAeT DAY PERMONd. Price, $1 .
SAT AND SE AL,
MY NOVEL. (S volt). Price.
QUEENS OP SOCIF.TT. Prie. II v
THE CROSeED PATH; A Story of Modern U-- by
Wllklt Collin, (s rolt). Prica Si 0.
CRITICAL. HISTORICAL. aTO MISftEI
( vo ,). Prlc.
B. W. ROBKRTfOV.
P mrfi atraet. betweea Main and Market.
Mie L .u'.tt
rot raznt SPEIMQ 9ALEA
HAVE varied RSCETTED A7D OPENED
M.ln ttreet bet Tnlrd and Porta.
Llru.li all aM.i
Lent Mr Strth
River 12 feet
Chivalrt. A Lady Xotif.ed to leave the
Fair Grounds at Indi tmpolis. Miss Lizzie
Dill, a talented lady of Indianapolis, aad
the editress of Miss Dill's Gazette, went to
the Fair Grounds near flat city oa Thurs
day, where she was waited on by a Committee of five cowardly scoundrels in the
garb of men, who informed her that she
We have heaid of outrages
before in both sections, but a more dastardly
one than this never occurred or can occur.
If this is Northern chivalry, fcr Heaven's
sake let us have the tinsel article of the
South, even South Carolina ia preference.
It, at least, has not been accused of threatening to lynch a lady.
Indiana has been
disgraced by these men, and we expect an
open disavowal from all men and from aU
parties, and think that in justice to tbe
honor of the State they should be tarred
and feathered, and ridden oa a rail out of
town. We do not charge it upon the State,
for we honor her, but the act is a disgrace
to her citizens.
KIPI.FR .Ml.. Luut.
New Yore, April 20. The Bteamshio
Chesapeake will sail this afternoon for
Not folk, with 250 seamen for the Navy yard
The steamship Mooticeilo will sail this af
ternoon for Norfolk, with one hundred
marines from thence to Washington.
Anderson s othcere and men will be pres
ent at the Union mass meeting this after
Major Anderson will address the auJienc
and tbe flags of Sumpter and Moultrie will
float from the statue of Washington.
April 20. m.
by pier mark and falling.
ulnlay Mist Marv
li.irlaiinm Ml st'arul.uo
Hrrl. Mrt Miiey
S. CASSEDAV & SONS
PARLOR 0R3. AME2.T3;
MATTINGS, &c, Ac;
1.1st Mary Da
IXiTrCH Mr, Ann
el "t Mrs Pheb Aca
Fluivv Mi, M.."!
.'inter Mr, Mary
J., April 10.
une received ord rs for one regiment.
will send the first regiment," l.uOO strong,
to Washington on Tuesday next.
The Common Council will provide for the
families of volunteers.
About 1,500 mili
tary stand ready to march to Newark alone.
I he state it ink has offered the Stale 550.
000; other banks as much money as re
sm MiKl iiIk-'-
EGI.1D, IlllItE L
new and tpleadld Mock of
ChlUer. Mi.i E
II ito cb s m an,
AUl Mr. Aahl.
l'utLADtirHit, April 20. The 7th reci
mcnt of New York and the Massachusetts
men are at. the railroad depot. Cars are
getting ready for the conveyance of the
A second dispatch says they will go by
railroad to Haverdegrass, and then by water
to Anspolis, Maryland.
A third dispatch
says the railroad bridge, three miles north
of Baltimore, is reported to be burning. All
the railroad bridges between Baltimore and
have been destroyed
The Pantheon train due in Philadelphia
o cioox this morning, has not yet ar
rivved, and others are Btill in the Baltimore
depot at Philadelpcia.
19ik of Apt II, 161.
V.ASiii.toTos, April 20. About 15 of the
Massachusetts soldiery are in the hospital
doing well and in fine spirits.
Tawnee left last oig!.t with government
troops on boarJ.
amoLg the military that martial law will
soon be proclaimed.
The St Nicholas, a steamer plying be
and liautmore, was
seized this morning for prudential purposes.
There are about 6,000 men under arms in
Washington and 1 iuity.
April 20. Col. Smu'l's
regiment arrived hack here last night. Six
men were wounded by the stones thrown
at them by the mob at Baltimote.
number are missing, who separated from
their comrades during the affray.
Ntw Orleans, April 20. The steamship
oiarui -c neat uas just arrived at fOW
irom inuianoia, laxen tcere AS a pr
tne vumtusraif gtaies.
bridge, on the Northern Central Railroad
and below Woodbury and Mt. Washington
has been burned.
It is reported that the
Northern soldiers are at the Relay house,
on teat road.
A bridge on the Northern Central
and one on Ihe Philadelphia and Baltimore
REMAINING IN THE
LIST OF LETTERS
BURNING of RAILROAD BRIDGES
Baltimore, April 20. Tho Melville
APRIL 21, 1861.