A RELIABLE STATEMENT!
Office Xo. 472 Maist afreet, over E. A S.
ltd aolvei.t Couipaii.es, and
itrfuic must ail lies, opt ions
and tbe Uvea of
al tun veij
... C. jjkii
f Hartford. Coun.
Capital and turplua
EYING FIFE INSURANCE
Casta Ca; ilal
coorntE ni;E insiiunk co.
t ... Capital
LAFAYETTE FIaU.LN-- I
NEW YOHK LIFE INSURANCE CO- - cf New York City.
Cash Capitjl and surplus
VW LOSSES PROMPTLY
No. 31 Pine street,
i ountry inerrhantj are invited to examine nnr Mock,
co vpriii.c a In e -. .rtinent of N.1
Ii.per. Mationerv. t c.. all of hich U1
be oldi.iwiwiiii'.if ten:.-- .
and l,i.iok Ituok .Makers.
all street. New York.
Capital and Sand''
E XIMPAM ,
No. It Wall street. New York.
Capital and Survlm
ud Son .Iu
Affnt of the aSore re- un4erimel. HI
tlo a riieriU r Ire In
al U.e loe-- t etahl!ihel
rate, imo, at ibuia, prouipuy a.orieu
. d paid.
Itr ..ii tu a retu'ii ot t!ie patronage or Jio former fi.endj
in tl.i hasiae. and ot ti.e public Keueralir
. ,,f iniaou
OF LOl l ILI.E, KY.
Main and Iiull;tttreet. second t"ry of
Ncwcomb't iioil.l.na. entrance ou Main streeCJ
THIS Cnmt.any continues to make lm;ir-v?- j,iraiiii4 the peril- - of navira-yT:i- M.iican.-tion oi Siiii. Meamr.,.at-- . and their Car- y Fire
a'"r' ataln-- l
I'ouIn i.u.nhnir and in port, and
of a worthier fbaracter.
J. litLLOCKi:3; A J.
STUMP Fulling and I nderdraimng. Capt.
Dick Smith will be on XIr. E. Guhenar's farm, on
thel'reston street road, 4'- mihs south of Broadway,
prepared to show all
who may visit him how to pull stumps,, 12 feet
in circumference at the ground, and set them on
tup of the aod; and how, with the same machine,
he makes three thousand feet of ruth rtl nun per
d iy, three feet below the ground, and all w ilh
Everybody go and see this wonderful agricultural implement.
FIXE ASSORTMENT FORSALE CHEAP AT
THE GALT noCSE.
NO EX P E C T E L)
V"E ARE HAPPY AT BEING ABLE TO SAY TO OCR
numerous friends and customers, that we are no- in
of the following new an desirabla tprlng duoiis,
rrTTE m of lieonre? Moor A Co.
out hi- - interest to Jauin F.
1 by Jonn C. Ilai.ii
Itoi.iiix.ii. Jr.. of l.e.,rtre.,n. Ky
The business of the
K Moore A Co.
settled bv Moore,
V heeler. A fc..l.inon. who will continue the busine
tiie old alaiidof Oeo. 1. Moore Co.. No Me. Main treet.
I.FO. S. M'X RE.
JOHN C. MASON,
J. L. WHEELER.
Louuviae. March 14,
In retirinr from the old firm cf C.en. Moore k Co.. I
cheerful. y recommend Me
the MiroM.r. a rent, emeu wortlij of Uie paLrunai-'lately
on the ulu hrm.
JOHN C. MASON.
Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Heeled Kid and Morocco boots;
Mi- - es' stitched
aloft Goat Heeled Bootees;
Children's plain black l.aiters;
Melaiic tipped Sim. f.
very htie black Heeled Gaiters.
Also, another lot of Ladies' high heeled Gaiters at only
(I 2a, and Ladies' I. alters vithout heels at only Al.
Toeettier with many ottier kind- - of desirable and season-t.lBoota. Shoes and liaitera, ahicli e would be ideas d
to have purchasers call aud examine,
.ill be cold
Very cheap for cah by
AJERW IN a GALE. No. 4T1 Market street.
Third and Fourth.
of the AmerUtin flag.
undcrsitmed hive formed a copartner-M- n
CASSEDA Y A xNS. and will contin.ie the
a Iit,poete- and
Wit EKN-AI.E. (.LASS. CHINA.
1LEHV and PLA-ir ;i
fcil W aKF.
solicit a continuance
She lavor exiended to tLeir predece .,r for th ktt i i v a
Mill EL CAEDAY.
formed a cnpartnersHp
under limed have tM
ihenrmof I. F. Most" A CO. for the .urp..-- e
and deaiior iti Carriar-'Sot
f air are M .Ker
;e.d. hai l partneridi to dale from
ti- - i.v I. of
tatad of I. F. Moiic. No.ti" Slain street.
I F. STOVE.
Jo. H. PAI'.DEE.
Al l!! i;T MINI H.
tlLPilEN M. MIFR.
niS d an
Louieriiie, March I't,
J"It will be seen from
another column that Dr. G.
AND DEALERS IX
S T EAMU A T
HailStoum in Carroll Parish, La. On Sat- urday night hist a violent hail storm passed over
the northeastern part of the State of Louisiana.
At Pecan Grove, in the Parish of Carroll, great
damage was done on the plantation owned by
XIr. Henry Goodrich.
His gin house, negro
quarters, together w ith a newly finished dwelling house, were blown down by the violence of
the storm. His loss is estimated at 15,000.
There were no slaves lost.
18607 SPRING TRADE. 1860.
heretofore eitinr under tbe tv'e of
A Hol'KiNS i thi
Eiiher party U authorire.1 1 Mrttle the
CAM I'LL CA. EHAY.
Kol.Ei'.r B. lK'I'hl.NS.
Locisvixe. Januarrl. WA.
T., BET. FOIRTII AXD FIFTH.
lately taken this larre and commodious
HAVING we would rwpe. 'fully solicit a coiiiiiiu-Vanceoftlie liatronage heretofore so liKrally
uiion n. Every department in our
PIANO FORTES OF EVERY DESCR1Ption. for sale at very low price bv
"- I'MSCO.. fcinMainst.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! nYTPffl
TO BE HAD AT
Tt J J
VIOLINS. FLCTFH AND GUITARS Every
ifttj d'TWriptlou of tue above at FAI I.DSAI retail by
MEV. r.OYS" AND YOITHS" CLOTHING: ALSO
Elastic ai.d OutU Percha tioods, roing ou" at very
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
KGAT SALE OF
HAS BEEN GOING OX AT TEE
NEW YORK STORE,
XO. 107 FOI
TIIK PAST WEEK,
THIS WE SIX.
TODAY, TrESDAY, MARCH 27th.
We will offer the entire balance of
Robfs, IIoirTy, iilovrn,
Folid Colored Eil.lMn. Embroidered Needle Worked Collars. Band. Lace Curtain. Curtain Dainiisic. IJnnen
Ilandkerchief, Cambrics. Ja. k.nef. FrW., Table
all of which must be
Cloth. Crown and White Cotton
sold iiume Jiateiy to o.hkt r.en for NEW GOODS.
II IK HER,
Fucceort Durkee. Heath. A Co.
OH HI GATED
'ricd brand. V irrinia 1 obacco;
In or end for '.! bv
LasTLEJI AX TOUBITT, S3 Main stmt.
.M'i Main street.
between Secon.i aud Third.
ORGANS The lu
,7, tv MELODKONS ANDAh van. Ire Organs st n.iall.
D. P. PAI LI'S
J y. y. by
No. 4:1s. Main street.
between Second aud Third.
y of the
AXD GUITAR STRINGS Every description
Above for rnle h"l. ale orret.til by
D. P. FALLDS A CO., .'kj Main Hre. t.
between Second and I hird.
Corner of Fourth and Main streets.
CRAIG HAS JI'ST II EC EI VED AND BEADY FOR
sale Ihi morning, a large and h rlrabte lot of
Leghorn and ltce Hats;
Mis..' fancy y Straw. aud Leghorn Hats, Caps and TurInfants' f Ji. Mr a
Riding Hats, new styles:
and Leghorn Hats and
Lojl' fancy and plain
from the Paris Flat' that gtoek to the value of
1 15,000 was sold on Wednesday last, In that city.
2 year old mules sold as S(.iS(cll0
per head; nineteen mule colts, cash, S;75; one
hundred yearlings at .5)((.i;'.i; twenty-eigh- t
and 3 year olds at ?lo4; thirty head "brush" cattle at ?W 10; twentv-twhead of cattle 2Soc
State Dental Society.
A circular signed
by a number of prominent demists has been issued inviting the professors of the dental art to
meet at the Plnetux Hotel, Lexington Ky., ou
the 21th of April. The object is to form a State
Dental Society. The benefits arising from such
an association tire obvious, and, therefore, a full
attendance is requested.
Second Stp.eet Brick Dwelling House and
Lot at Auction. This afternoon (Friday), at
3 o'clock, Xleeis. S. G. Henry & Co. will sell,
on the premises, the
brick house and
lot, No. I'l Second street, and nearly opposite
Christ Church. It is a desirable piece of properly, near to
it belongs to a
aud will be sold.
Messrs. S. G. Henry an Co. request us to
call the special and particular attention of buyto the large cash sale of steamboat furniture,
mirrors, looking-glasses- ,
bediiiii'.r, line glassware, tablj water carpets, and other steamboat artirh s, the outfit of the steamer Scioto
this morning (Friday), tit 10 o' o'clock, at auction
irair an J Leghorn high, medium and low crown
Men's Straw and Leghorn
Men's Straw and Iehorn
drub and teamlors:
of the s. ason:
Men's Silk and CRwniere
white, black, brown,
Hats in all fasliionahle styb i
Dress Hats, our own style
Men's and Boys' Caps in all styles
oft French Felt Hate:
M. n and lit is tine
Corner Fourth and Main streets.
LOUISV1LLE STYLE A freh upply of our Loi;.
nai- - iu iipol ..IK anil l
pear on Our shelve I'll Iliorilin. uire.i. iroiu our
nan omy oi
iacture rooms. 1 ms style can i munu aun
A. ( KAIL, comer
m THE SPRING STYLE OF DRESS H AT CAN BE
W ATTS. 4'T. Main
between Tnird and rourtii.
Broau and Black Reaver Felt ILits to be had of
LADD 4 W A I TS, 4", Main street.
between T bird and t ounn.
HATS AND CAPS A LARGE AND COMPLETE
assort men! of Mi n's and Boys' Hats and Caps cou-- i
stantly on hand and for ale by
LAUD A WATTS. No. 4'ei Main srrcet.
between Third and Fourth.
BLACK AND BROWN ZOUAVE HATS JUST re
ceived by express at
LAKH A WATTS 4'ei Vain street.
between TUirJ and Fourth.
FY I FTTErf PATENT -- Admi'al.ir adired
for encloir e Public l. round-- . Cemeierie. Kaleonie,
and o Hiirdi- -. Patent W ire,
with eeery variety of F'ddin
and Ir .n Fiirnit ire. Patent Wire Coal rvreen.
W ire Nettinr
and i.ra vel
ieep, P'.nllry. and other piiri.ot... M ire Mioimer liouaea,
Fai.cy Wire Wort in rreat v.rleiv. for Oarden. Ac
W AI.KEK A
Maraet, N. E. cor. Sixth street. Pirfia.
ffOiiACO- - Krntuct y ar.1
X ?nf' boves
an advertisement in
XV. Ronald is a candidate for the Common Council in the Seventh
ward, and that Joshua R. Brown is a candidate
for the Board of Aldermen.
are well known to the citizens of the ward, and
if elected we have no doubt would give entire
satisfaction, both in the Council and to the citizens of the ward.
Bourbon County Stock Sales.
shall at all times be lull and coninlet". v. hich shall inohnie.
In addition to ourt lllNA. CLASS, and (jL 'LENS WAR E
Stock, everv article in the HOOK. Ho El., and STEAMBOAT I 'RNISIIIXG way. together wilb Lamp. aud
of every description.
Our removal from Fourth street will in no way whatever
one i;h v. hatever iuan-l- i
y of rood- - they may uaut. let it be ever so small.
Our facilities for biiyinz are not excelled by any one in
t! e trade, and benre we will arrant entire
ail and every one aboliiity lav.r ns with a call.
WALTON A BARRET.
Fourth and Fifth.
rSpedal Dispatch to tbe Louisville Courier.)
Cincinnati, April 5,
Ed: tor LnuUuitte i'oHi-vrOur office and
sale at X'ineennes, Indiana, were broken oix-about sundown this evening, and three thousand dollars (:'.,000) in money taken therefrom.
Please announce a reward of one thousand dollars (l,UO0) for the arrest of the thief or recovery of the money. ALFRED GAITHER,
Sup't Adams' Express Company.
TwoXiore Fires. Yesterday about 12 o'clock
fire was seen Issuing from the roof of a three story
brick house on the west side of Third street, between Jetl'ersoii f.ud XIarket. The lower storv
was occupied by XS'uash ev Bro. as a grocery
store, aud the upper portion was used as a German hoarding house, kept by XIr. Bierwanger.
The grocery store was slightly damaged by water,
and the h..--s small.
The loss to XIr. Bierwanger
will not exceed 1.50.
The building was owned by XIr. Silas Sisson,
and was insured for 2,000 in the Louisville XI
and 1,000 in the Hartford, of Connecticut.
Soon after the alarm was given the steam engines
reached the scene, and soon extinguished the
The damage to the building w ill not exceed 500.
Early yesterday morning a fire was discovered
in the roof a bakery, on the corner of Walnut
and Thirteenth. The fire was extinguished by a
few buckets of water, without the aid of the lire
The tire Wednesday night, in the drug establishment of Smcliffct Preus., on Main street,
involved a probable loss of 20,000, which was
covered by oT),000 insurance, chiefly in the
agencies of Eastern oflices, excepting :!,000 in
the Franklin, in this city. The stock is estimated
at :K,0(V.), w ith damages varying from 50 to 75
The damage to Castlcman fc Torbitt's grocery
house, adjoining Sulcliir et Freuss, did not exceed :)0, and their business does not suffer any
interruption by the fire.
XVeapovs vs. Fence Rails. Charles Hughes
got iuto a difficulty w ith his tenant, John Johnson, in Jefferson county, six miles from the city,
An angry dispute ended by
Hughes drawing a knife, when Johnson seized a
fence rail and threatened to demolish Hughes.
The latter left, and obtaining a shotgun, returned and discharged its contents at Johnson. Several of the shot took effect in the leg of Johnson,
not, however, seriously wounding him. Hughes
was committed to jail.
reference to our telegraphic report of
the proceedings in Congress, it will be seen that
another rumpus had originated, and that a collision between the Southern and Northern members of the House was at one time imminent.
Bills have been introduced in the United
for the relief of Rebecca P.
Nouse and Hannah Xlenzies, of Kentucky.
JT Thanks to XIr. S. A. Jones, of Adams tS
Co.'s Express, for his uniform courtesies to the
ZW The report that the Kentucky Military
Institute, near Frankfort, was burnt, is untrue.
The dwelling of T. G. Xluun, near Glasgow, Ky., was destroyed by fire ou Friday night.
J."?" Dr. Ilolacher wtis tarred aud feathered in
Atlanta city, Ga., ou the 24th ult., for having in
his possession incendiary documents. This isthe
old chap who p reached here from the steps of
the courthouse a couple of months since, and
sold pictures and pamphlets.
Red Fish and Spring Veoetap-lefor
Lunch. The indefatigable I'anxer, of the South
ern Restaurant, has received from the South, tomatoes, new potatoes, green peas, and cucum-b- t
he gives turtle soup, red lish (the
best that swims), and vegetables for lunch.
J5JWc are under obligations to our accommodating friend, J. Smithcrs, messenger of Adams & Co.'s Express, for New Orleans paiiers iu
advance of the mail
Augusta, (ia., who has won an enviable reputation by his great v ork entitled, The Organum of
hie Scriptures, delivered an address of unusual
ability last night, before the Revision Association, at the First Baptist Church. The speaker
gave the various definition
that are current of
tae I'Tin Protestantism, by which he proposed to
no Protestant could be true to his
principb" of action, and be opposed to the revision of the scriptures. The address was listened
lo with intense interest, by one of the largest
audiences that has ever assembled at any of the
anniversaries of the Bible Revision Association.
tho Rev. Dr. Crawford, of Georgia,
the President of the Association, will deliver the
annual address, at the Baptist Church, on the
of Walnut and Fourth streets. Dr.
t raw fold i the son of tha distinguished Wilstatesman of
liam H. Crawford, who once, a
great ability and of unblemished integrity, filled
a large space in the mind of the American
people. The son, in his religious position, is
eminently worthy of such a father, and he enjoys among his Baptist brethren a noble reputation.
XX'e understand that the Revision
meets this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the First
Bapti.--t Church, for the transaction of its annual
It numbers upwards of seven thoubusiness.
sand nienilx rs, and its receipts last year were
twenty thousand dollars, the largest amount the
Association lias received in any former year.
But a few years since, its annual receipts were
but a few hundred dollars, but its numbers and
its amount of subscriptions increase regularly
That I should bend my head to see
If yon were earnest ,r but joking;
My lip touched your. Y'ott must agree.
That crime was of your ow n provoking.
Your head upon my breast reclining?
Ornot tell tne to take a'vay
The arm that was your ai- confiuin,;?
"Twas long ago. and yet it seems
Hut yesterday, as now recalling
Our fresh young love, our happy dreams.
The aut umn leaves around us falling.
We little thought how it would end.
That love our future life was guiding
To w here we are. thi little Mend
To our protection thus confiding.
It can't be helped. We mnt receive
The charge, while truthfully believing
That love, iu his young life, will leave
No greater cause than ours for grieving.
It ninst be so. The breast from which
Tbe little fellow strength is gaining
Contain a heart iu love so rich,
I, fearless, trust him to your training.
l urk .xiturUny Prtss.
The Senatorial Fisticuff. The cause of
the fisticuff between Senators Clay, of Alabama,
aud Cliugtnan, of North Carolina, in the Senatorial caucus, is thus stated by a Washington
In reply to a question of some Senator, XIr.
If the Senator from Illinois is nominated at
Charleston, I can not, I will not support him.
If the gentleman
participate directly or indirectly in the National
Convention, it will be dishonorable to refuse to
support its nominee.
.Mr. Clay I shall not go to that gentleman for
lessons in politics or rules of honor.
I care not where he goes for
them, if he only acquires them.
Whereupon Senator Clay pitched into XIr.
Cassius XL Clay's Troubles. The New York
papers publish a "private letter" from Cassius
XL Clay, regarding the difficulties at Berea.
is dated XIarch 27th, and concludes :
The mob increases in violence; I lie upon my
arms awaiting an attack; my family absolutely
refuse to retire, saving they will run bullets, and
aid, as in 1170.
if driveti into the woods, I shall
attempt to hold my position as long ns possible;
standing on the Constitution, the laws, and my
right, I will defend them or die. The cannon at
Lexington is sent for, and the Governor aids.
Is this my eauc only, or that of the American
people? I it to be vindicated in this way, and
now? Shall 1 stand or fall alone? "May God
defend the right."
F. S. My dtwjhttr
shiji Independence, vtilh 4,500 bales
board, caught fire in the harbor of New
Orleans on Friday.
The damage is estimated at
fffThe Opiiosition of the Eastern district
have nominated XIr. Lem. Stratum for Railroad
Negro Hog Thief. Sandford Still, a free negro, was arrested yesterday for stealing hogs in
Thursday, April 5, lSiiO.
Drunk. Abram Long, an old man, was found
yesterday lying across the pavement, on Twelfth
street, druuk. The old man says he is from Pittsburg, and was ou his way to New Albany to get
work, and took a glass of whisky, aud it made
him sick, lie was discharged.
Robert Hayes and
XIan-- and Wife Drunk.
his wile, Catherine, were arraigned for drunkenness. Robert has been lo Bowling Green, working on the railroad, and his wife has been here
in the alms house. He came home yesterday,
and they were so overjoyed at meeting that they
got staving drunk. The Court discharged them,
they promising they would leave the city forthwith.
Stealing a Copper Kettle. John Koenig
aud Wm. lierig were arrested for stealing a copper kettle from Ferdinand Hunt). XIr. Hunu
stated that about 7 o'clock on XVtdnesday week,
and about S o'clock the same night, he went to
get the kettle and it was gone. Barbara Koe-- !
nig, a sister of one of the parties, says she saw
the kettle in her mother's yard, and 6aw her
brother and Herig in the yard. John Farris says
he saw Koenig hide the kettle in a stable loft,
aud saw him take it and sell it to XIr. Stoker.
He did not see Herig there, but met him on
Shelby and Green streets afterwards. Herig was
Koenig's case was laid over.
John Sanders, an aged Dutchman, w as prc-- !
sented for stealing a copper kettle, valued at less
than 4, from one Elizabeth XlcXlullen. The
case was continued until
Enpressly for theLouivllie Courier.
Another Foot Race. XIr.
was defeated in the foot race for $5,()oO, ;t New
Orleans, arrived here
that the "Unknown" can beat him or miy other
man living, at the. distance of 200 yards. The
Louisville champion don't think, however, that
h'.s antagonist can "Hingthe dust in his face"
at 100 yard. And we arc informed has made a
second match forf 10,000, that he can't doit again
The forfeit, 2,5oO, is now in the hands of the
The race is to be run here in June.
ol i.. n on
C. M. CLAY.
1 aud XIrs. C.
are as firm as
XI ore Copper Thieves.
John Hirman and
John Farris were also in arrest for stealing a cop
per kettle from John A. Wiemaim, worth 4. It
was taken from bis residence, ou XIain street,
one day last week. John Slubh, who lives in an
alley, lift ween Gray and Chestnut, and Hancock
and" Shelby, found the kettle in his house one
morning last week, and during the day Farris
ctime and asked him to pay for it. He then told
XIr. Tiller, w ho arrested him. Harman admitted
to XIr. Sweeny that he and Farris went to XIr.
Wicmanu's and got the kettle, and then took it
over into a lumber yard and beat it up. XIr.
Harig examined the kettle, and says it Is not
worth more than .. Judgment suspended unin ibe case of Harman.
held in 200 to be of good behavior one year.
."ff The story has obtained very general circulation and belief in Cuba that General al Jose
de la Concha had been recently killed in a duel
in Spain w iih the Marquis de la Pczucla, who
was his predecessor iu the
of the island.
have been talking with several of our
farmers, aud they tell us that Ihe wheat crop is
injured some, but with warm rains there will be
over a half crop raised, though some of it is injured very much. Clover-porKy.) Journal.
II llll I
Degree of Freeniaaon, y.
of Land, the XIurdkrer.
tk; IVi., gl ;i7 3. W. S. Land, the murderer of
his brother-in-law- ,
benjamin Flanagan, has been
sentenced by the Princess Anne County Court to
neuiteut'iary for 13 years.
TIIE SOl'TIILRX Tl'HF
of tbe Louisville Courier.!
XVasuinoton, XIarch 31, lSGO.
THE GREAT TWO WILE R U E !
Eddur Louixrill? Courier: The Supreme Coundegree of Freeniasi.nrv, for
cil of thirty-thirThe two mile race, In which Planet was beaten
the Southern Jurisdiction of the United Slates,
commenced ils session in this city lat Wedby Daniel Boone, on the Xletariu course. New
Orleans, caused very heavy belting, as we learn
Among the members chosen and inducted on
from the papers of that city. At i:ie of the betthat day was X'iee President Breckinridge, from
your Slute. Kentucky has two representatives ting rooms vl,3-1were staked. Planet was the
in that sublime body no State having more than
favorite against the winner in the proportion
two, while some have only one.
It was a most
of about live to one. The VirgiiiUmi fell heavy.
enthusiastic meeting; the largest and best ever
held by that body iu the United States.
The New Orleans Picayune says the extile-meu- t
numbers are limited to
was very great, and remarks:
the Slates, itc, south of .Mason and Dixon's line.
Our report of the race will show the srutid-- i j
A very large amount of important business was.
Uiion w hich all this exciletneiit wad base.L Vir
transacted, much of which will teud to elevate
ginia, Louisiana, and Kentucky w ere all
the ,W!A ritt of .Masonry in this country, esj
tiallv among those who are ignorant of its true J" ''"-'"- , and there was a goodly show of the
WM'kers ot eeh, all with high hojx s elate, and
Character and merits.
manilesiiug the most reliable confidence in the
n Friday evening th" Supreme Council held
a Sorrow Lodge in the Unitarian church, in honor
The ladies' stand was most brilli.mtlv occuf Sovereign Grand Insinctor General, the LI.
pied on this occasion, and it was one of the most
John A. Quitman, of Natchez, Xlississipi i. The
attractive and exciting feature of the dav's
church was crowded, and a l listened with great
sinrt, the interest which was taken in the events
pleasure to tiie imposing ceremonies, and to the
ot the race by this portion of the immense ateloquent aud learned address of 111. Albert Pike,
The only drawback to this was the
whochained the audience for an houranda half.so
disappointment so generally manifested in the
dropping!)!' a pin might have been heard.
early termination of the contest.
The beautv of
The members of the Supreme Council occupied
the new candidate for our ailiniritiim i.n 'tho
i,;i. .i,.. . .i n..,
tho "toiI,o, m.,1 ,,i..tr..r..
t!lr1' anJ. ,113 striking resemblance lo his noble
Templar, as thcirguard of honor, headed bvthiir
were the theme of ninth
Grand .Master, B. B. French, thirty-third,- "
sat in '
front Seats, the church draoed in thick, the n,ark' gnu never, we think, were such honors
eluily and elieertully paid.
otliii and other solemn emblems presented a
eo .im USA CUAHe WO. Hi led with
eight long to be remembered in this citv.
seven subscribers-- and it wa generally believed
1 his ninrning the Supreme
until within a few days, that nil the subscribers
as above, with banners waving, proceeded to the
would be represented Messrs. DoswtU, tien.
tomb of the Father of his Country, the Immorclls, 1). F. Keener, A. Kcctie Riehanls, Jos!
where a Sorrow Lodge was
Jackson, W. J. .Minor, and Col. A. L. Kingman
opened. The Supreme Council circumambulated
the tomb three times, then went through the being the parties engaged, but the mishaps
which befall the racing stable reduced the comceremonies especially prepared for the purpose;
petitors to .Messrs. DoswcU's Planet. 1. F. Ken-at the close of which Chancellor Scott, P. G. XL,
rs Sigma, and XIr. Jos. Jackson's Daniel
of Xlississippi, delivered a short and very aj
The brethren and visitors then
The announcement that only three horses
dispersed about the brow of Xlt. Vernon, enjoywould start seemed to have little eil. ct uj)n
ing the beautiful view and the pleasure
consethose w ho had relied
a larger field, and
quent upon a pilgrimage to the .Medina of Ameralthough Planet was loudly called, a winner, tit
The follow ing i a list of the officers of the twoto one, in many instancesit was Ircelvtaken.
An enormous amount of money changed hands
Supreme Council, as furnished the Charleston
ujion the result, and the deteal of the Virginia
(S. C.) Courier, by its Grand Secretary :
favorite acted as an emollient utsm us. so badly
Albert Pike, Arkansas.S. G. Commander.
beaten by this same "traveling conquering terrC. XL Furman, S. Carolina, Lieut,
Albert G. Xlitckh y, XL D., S. Carolina, G. S. G. or-' who visited us last spring. It must not be
overlooked, in the midst of our rejoicing, that
Archille Le Prince, S. Carolina, G. T. G.
we are indebted for this result to the kind offices
Charles Scott, Tenu., G. Xlinister of State.
of our Kentucky friends.
Claude Stimorv, La., G. Hospitaller.
Sigma was evidently out of condition, plainly
W. S. RockweiL (in., G. XIarshal.
manifested before the start, and although the
F. Webber, Ky.. G. Standard Bearer.
race, in point of time, is better than Planet ever
A. T. C. Pearson, Xiinn., ti. Capt. of Guard.
made, it is but fair to conclude that the four mile
Chas. Latfondf Ludebnt,
;. XL ot C.
race which he so gallantly curried off on last
G. A. Sehwarzman, D. C, G. Tvlcr.
Friday, could have been of no advauLige to him
G. S. B.
in the contest of yesterday.
Outrage Seizure of the gate. Planet Boone took the lead at a moderate
second, Sigma in the rear, at the
Brig Jehossee. The Charleston Mercury says : halt mile Planet
went up, aud in one
Information has been received in this citv of strides gave Boone the goby, evidently or perby
the capture by the British steamer Falcon of 'tiie
mission, tor he seemingly made no effort to prebrig Jehossee, Capt. Vincent, of this port, on the
vent it; Planet led the lirst mile, 1:51; after passwest coast of Africa. The last previously known
ing it, Sigma served Daniel the same wav, and
of the Jehossee was her sailing for New York.
an exciting run the back stretch and around the
She was overhauled about the 20th of Jan nary,
turn resulted between Sigma and Planet for the
in the Gulf of Guinea, by the British cruiser, ou
had. She passed him before getting into the
suspicion of being engaged in the slave trade,
home stretch, and when they had fairlv got into
and boarded. Every" proper question was anstraight work, Daniel made a spleudid and
swered by Capt. Vincent, but the right of search
effort, overtaking Planet and darting; at
denied and resisted.
Capt. Vincent and his offiThe ran home was thrilling. Boone
cers were carried on board the Falcon, and there
mastered Sigma at the drawg-ite.ane tme home
subjected to great indignity, being stripped of about four lungths in the lead, in
their clothing and abused iu an insulting manner shouts that rent the air could only be equaled in
by the cpauletted officers of Queen Vic.
Kentucky, and we are not positive we did not
While the officers were thus detained, the vesrecognize some of the favorite touts of
sel was plundered, the cargo broken open, and
Mentors of that State.
the private truuks, desks, and stores onboard
The exeitemeut was intense, the get of Lexher Titled. A prize crew was put on board, and
ington in the ascendant, aud Kentucky the onlv
sail made for the coast. The first night was a
race horse region.
scene of demoniac revelry.
The prize crew had
Nm iW. planet darted off like an arrow
pillaged the liquor from thestore ofthe Jehossee,
in the lead, Boone second, and Sigma fifty yards
and were helplessly drunk; indeed, so far w ere
iu tho rear before they had gone a quarter of a
they stupefied, that the commander of the Falmile. At the half mile Planet was not less than
con withdrew them aud placed a new crew on
twenty yards ahead of Boone, and apparently
board the brig. The Jehossee was taken into
opening the gap. In rounding the turn, howevXVhydan, but atterseveral days detention she was,
er, Boone ueared him, and inereaaing his sieed
on the tith of February, tendered to her officers,
in the run home, left but four or five lengths bew ho refused to accept of her restoration.
tween them at the close of the first mile, after
X'incent, at last advices, was awaiting the arrival
w hich, at an increased rate of speed
of some of the United States squadron, to lay rounded the turn, and wvut to work in good
his grievances before the proper authorities.
earnest, the entire back stretch all the while
From all accounts the affair was certainly a
lessening the distance between.
At the half
one, anil Capt. Vincent and his crew
mile they were locked.
Planet for a moment
d. serve ample reparation aud heavy damages.
shook him off, but Bonne renewing his vigorous
assault, and apparently increasing hi "speed,
Another Outrage on Tns High Seas. Capt. again locked him around the turn. The run
Swiisey, ofthe ship XIasconomo, from Liverpool,
home was indeed exciting, Boone, however, had
reports that on Thursday, the hth of XIarch, the best of it, and came home in the lead amid
while on his passage hither, being otfthe Island
another shower of unearthly ytlN.
of Cuba, in latitude 10 deg. u5 min. N., longitude
SUM MART :
75 deg. 40 min. W., he was several hours chased
t Stake, for all
by a war steamer, earning the Spanish llag, who
age1. Heats of two milt, four or more to nil the
fired several guns, shotted, at the ship.
stake, snbscription ?.".. half forfeit, the proprietor
Sw asey, (curing damage to his ship, hove
nl' the New Orleans "Crescent'' to add plate worth
.no. if three or more start, the second hor-- e ta save
to, when the war steamer came up, simply i;i- .:.
b. c. Daniel Boone,
and whither bound, and then kit unetrtmoni- - J
ously, sailing away to the eastward.
Capt. Swascy states that during all this timo
T. Ji T. V. Doswcli's th. c. Planet, by Ke venue,
he had the American flag flying, as wt-- as the
out of Niua, 4 y. o
br. f. Sigma, by Kpeilon, out of
ship's private signals. He adds that the followimp. Varteletta. 4 y. 0
ing day he was boarded hy an officer from the
Xlessrs. Minor, Weil, Itichards aud Biuptniaa.pd. ft.
U. S. war steamer Sau Jacinto, to whom he related the particulars ol this outrage, who reTmz:
quested hiin to report the same immediately up-o- u
his arrival in jajrt.
A circumstantial report like this deserves more
than usual attention at the prescut time, when
our relations in the Gulfare by no means such as
could be desired.
As to the exactness of the
The IVew Orleans Foot Race.
statement, moreover, there can scared v be a
From tbe New Orleuu Delia, Mou.l.iy.J
doubt, or if there were, it could readilv be ascertained from official and authoritative sources.
Yesterday the word "lost' in all its bearings
O. IV:, Tuetday.
Perand contradictions was in the ascendant.
sons who were considered fiist fixtures in the
To Thieves and Harlots. The announceregion of the hearth circle became !a.--t in their
ment that the Rev. Wm. P. Corbit would preach
progress towards the racecourse, 'ihose who
a sermon specially to thieve and harlots, Li.- -t
had fasted all night, gloriously, fantly, feasted on
evening, in the Greene-stree- t
their hopes and breakfast in the morning, and
crowded that spacious edifice, the largest of the
were off to the races. Those who were slow
Xlethodist churches in the city, in spite of the
men became fast quick men to see the fastest
rain out of doors. There were, however, but
men iu the world, as we are speedily told by the
very few of these classes present, according to
respective backers ofthe "Unknown" and the
the best information w hick our reporter could "Known." Yes, ere yesterday morn's sun had
obtain; three or four thieves and two harlots,
beamed forth and had given warmth to early day,
considerably less than the usual proportion. This
hundreds, 11a v, thousands of persons, might
was natural, as these people, w hen they do athave been seen going at the fastest rate, their
tend church, do not seek to attract attention ; Vehicles or muscle, human or horse, from high
and to be present last evening was to be a target
metal to "low shanks mare," could carry them
for the coldest and most unfeeling curiosity.
to the Creole race track. Two men, one
Every woman who was present was looked u'iKn
named Schultz, of Kentucky, the othcrtraveling
with suspicion by all, except her acquaintances,
under a tioinmt dc tpttrre of the "Trenton Boy,"
and every man was supposed to be a thief. At or the "Unknown," who is said to be really a
XIr. Reed, of Philadelphia,
least one would have thought so from the
were the chief
particular attention which everybody paid
attractions to these thousands of persons,
together with some inducements in the shape of
to his own pockets, and to everybody
Imagine 2,500 men, each one of "little bets." The knowing ones, who love this
w hom was suspicious
class of innnlr art, winked and squirmed out
that the 2.4'.!) had designs
on his own purse, and that the (JOO women had
hints to the effect that some 2'iO,OU had been
equally mercenary dtsigus upon his honor. Our
bet iu this city on the race, w hile an amount fearrejiorter 6aw no oue, except XIr. Corbit, who ful to calculate is represented to have been
"planked," and with which we would not bore
did not have one hand where hi3 money was
to be. The sermon was based on a numour readers in telling, throughout the Union. In
tact every dime of the mints and treasuries ofthe
ber of passages from the Life of Christ, that in
country was supposed by some to have been inrelation to the penitent thief, and to the woman
vested, while others made slight allusions to the
to whom He said, go and sin no more, were
Barings and Rothchilds having a little "plum" in
prominent. XIr. Corbit very earnestly and impressively extended the scheme of salvation to
the pie. Ou principle and interest, however,
thieves and harlots, dwelling with great emphathere were some gentlemen who did not put in
any amount above a million.
sis on the the continual danger in which they
The preliminaries being completed, the two
stood of Sing Sing, w ith which he compared the
terrors and tortures of helL He painted, in men appeared on the ground the Unknown
thin, and tall specimen of
glowing colors, the dangers, temporal aud eterhuman anatomy, bearing a satisfied air of sucnal, which the burglar dares in the prosecution
of his profession. Altogether his sermon was cess; while the other, a medium-sized- ,
calculated to do much good to the classes for fellow, looked all of the satisfied air, and a great
deal more of the human anatomy.
which it was intended, and perhaps it was not
lost; for it was heard by many
to run was two hundred yards, the stakes or
many managing mammas w ho are watching and prize 5,000.
A". 1. Tribune.
In sporting vernacular, the Unknown
"put outhis toot" a duty, we think, quite
XVomen Boxing. The Chicago Press and Trirequisite toafast running man and beat the
bune says two women actually had a boxing brave Schultz "something were the region reten feet off," a we
match at a public hall in that city a few nights gion we should like to be beaten by a short
ago. Here is its account of this latest and most
armed man. The time is narrow l v stated nt I11",
lN,'i, to l'J,s .j seconds, but, as much disagreement
disgusting novelty :
tempers, too, on
There is Heenan training in England for the of watches c are unable and state the exact time.this
of that "right little tight little subject,
The judges and jury were nil at loggerheads on
island," aud litre in Chicago, lust night, XIrs.
the time question. The first lifty yard Schultz
Smith and XIrs. Jones had a set to w ith the
buckskin, and polished one another's faces at led the way; betting was Schultzup bets Schultz on
the Unknown gains on
the German Hall. "The world docs move," and
gains further ahead
Schultz; the Unknown
Ihe most enthusiastic advocate of Woman's
bets go up further, until he finally and coolly
Rights must have been content last evening.
gained the triumphant spot. The friends of
Surdv, all the paths of fame are open to woSchultz talk about IO,iX0 bets, or 5,000 a side,
man. Lola gave to a full house a piquant lecture
ou him, against the Unknown, for a race in June
at Metropolitan Hall, aud XIrs. Smith and .Mrs.
next, in Louisville.
Jones as aforesaid. Shall we confess to having
looked in at the latter, fearing that in the excluThe XV at of the Transgressor. One ofthe
sive attention being drawn to the coming eon-teperformers in the horrid tragedies of the Robeson English soil our home institutions might
pierre period, has just met a dismal end at the
We saw with our own eyes
be left to languish.
sge of !7. A vagrant and a beggar for the lat
XIrs. Smith and XIrs. Jones, and witnessed their
40 year, Lizarctz, being kuow n as Tablilz Le
show of science.
Barbti. sought and got shelter this week at the
How they hit out with their lefts and planted
fireside of a petisant in the hamlet of St. Sym-- 1
the blows home on one another's countenance!
horien, near Lyons. Lell alone, he was struck
There were four rounds, each livelier than the w ith epilepsy, and fell headlong into the brazier.
other, and when the curtain fell, XIrs. Jones had He had been factotum to the miscreant Carrier,
XIrs. Smilh's head in chancery and was making
in executing the famous Novade
motions like putting on rouge powder or lily
were plunged into
w hen hundreds of Bretons
white iion her (Mrs. Smith's) features, ou a
the Loire iu batches and
large scale, aud using a wash leather pad eight
Thomas Henard, of Cleveland, Ohio, who
Seriously, the exhibition wasn't very creditahad been in the habit of calling for brandy and
ble to our modern civilization.
helping himself, at a drug store in that city, on
.Monday last drauk two ounces of creosote in
mistake for his favorite liquor, and died the phyThe New Land Office Commissioner.
hours afterward, in spite ol the efforts of
The XVashington correspondent of the New Or
sicians, who were immediately called to his aid.
leans Crescent mokes the following complimentaDuel. A hostile meeting fook place yester-il-i- v
ry notice of the appointment of XIr. Joseph 8.
a'tcmoon at the Oaks, bitween two Manuel
Wilson to the Commissionership of the Land
.'cnllcmcn of this city, ';l l5"1"'!- Xlessrs. weapons
XIr. XVUson's appointment is a singular instance
used w ere small sw ords, and XL De la Borde, we
learn received quite a serious w ound from his
of promotion, through a loug course of years,
A". O. Urltn, M.
from one of the humblest positions eventually
up to the head of one of the most responsible
Storm and Snow i Belgium. On
aud important bureaux of the Government.
Sunday, February l'.ith, violent thunder storm,
is one of the most remarkable men in Washingaccomi'uuied by an unprecedented heavy fall of
Probably every observer in Washington
snow, overspread Belgium.
has been struck by the eccentric appearance aud
nervous gait of an extraordinary looking man, were simultaneously struck by lightning, three
wearing a large cloak aud walking the streets of them being totally di strov td aud the others
He is pointed
with an air of deep meditation.
out by those who know him well as a reserved,
J?"A young lady rashly attempted suicide in
vet, despite his reserve and
studious genius, and
Covington the other day, but a doctor saved her
by those acquainted
life. An accepted suitor had demanded his ring
ol his great learning, to be
with the resources
and daguerreotype in consequence of her breaki here is
oue of the finest scholars in America,
ing an engagement to go with him to the theascarcely a branch of human study ol which he
ter. This love is a singular thiug.
and that information
has not some information,
acquired bv the untissisted and patient labor ot
A Boston Post
ino. Dining at Parker's, the
He speaks most of the modern languages
other day, a shameless rascal, omu.tnting on
of Fiirope with fluency, with 110 learned assistance
hi.iy.v, had the audacity to
"Positively, this furb
than his books. Such achievements partmind and say afterwards discovered that; the fellow is one
of an ofof scholarship on the
for "X'anity Fair."
of the writers
ficer of the Government, occupied the greater
portion of his life in the daily routine ol indise
t3jr-Ware informed that the scarlet fever
pensable and exacting duties, is indeed an object
has been prevailing to a considerable
among children in this city during the past two
establishments in Charleston weeks. A number of fatal cases have occurred,
and there are yet a large number of casts undi r
are not permitted to keep opeu ou Sundays.
This is Interestiujj to politicians just uow.
If you were vexed, why did
Theater. Xlaturin's play of Bertram was
performed lat night to a fair house only. The
play itself, independent of the great merit of the
stars, should have drawn a large house. It is
remarkable for beauty of language, which re
deems its slightly overstrained senument. XIrs.
Waller's performance of the part of Imogene
was most admirable, especially during the third
act, the drop curtain falling to a hearty round of
Xlrs. XV tiller has made a strong and
lasting impression upon the Louisville public,
and we have no doubt that her next engagement
will be more profitable than the present one.
a very clever production of its class,
Pauline, or the Assassin of the Chateau, is to be
In construction, it is remarkably artistic worked up by one thorougly conversant
with the resources of the stage, and the manner
of making it available. We remember seeing
the play performed at Laura Kecne's theater,
where it had a most successful run. XVith XIr.
and XIrs. Wallace in the leading parts, it will be
most effectively performed, aud no doubt give
Tun Albion A Fine Knoraving. The agent
of the New York Albion, XIr. XI. Collins, is can- vassing this ci'y for subscribers. This paper af-fords the best collated European news of any pa- per in America. The agent w ill present a beau- fal engraving, Ihe ''Deer Pass," to each subseri- bcr. The engrav ing is worth the price asked for
f 7" Jesse Talbrrt is the Deinoeratie candidate
street inspector, and G. T. May for railroad
tax collector in the Eastern district. They are
coin.ctont men for the place they ask, and the
people can confide those ollices to no better men.
We two were sitting quite alone.
Your head upon my shoulder resting;
The laving tnuonliglit 'round us shone.
You pouted out your lips suggesting
pastor of the Christian Church iu
Importation of a Nigger A Sensation.
Messrs. XVallace ic Lithgow, of this city, have
been the first, w e believe, to import a nigger
sineo the rejical of the law of ltvl; and the arrival of the
thing created quite a
sensation. He can be seen for a few days at their
establishment on Main street, and we think nn
examination will satisfy the most credulous that
he will be of service in the position in which he
is likely to be placed.
This kind of a nigger is made of belter material than those generally in use in this State.
Being of the cast-irokind he will stand a great
deal of hard work, without kMecting his consli- tution. An iron nigger for the purpose of hold- ing a horse is a rich idea, and it is the subject of
Iirsi LT OF
Yon did begin. Yon can't deny
You kissed me first. Don't you remember
Ilovv splendidly the in. am rode high
Anil full, that evening iu September?
EXPRESS OFFICE ROBBED!
i;i"hth Anniversary of tiie Bible Revision
ONE TUOIS AXD DOLLARS REWARD!
and City Watchmen takes place
canvass has been fin exceedingly quiet one, and
we have not for years known an election litre
that has been preceded by so little excitement
and party feeling. True, both parties have
their candidates, but we think there is
more of a disposition on the part of the people,
than has been lately evinced, to ignore party
polities, and vote for the safest, soundest, and
most reliable men, regardless of lrty.
XVliile we rejoice that this is so, aud also in
the fact that the candidates nominated by both
pat ties are good men, we may be permitted to
say a word in behalf of those Democratic members of the last Council who arc candidates for
Their official Conduct during the
past year has been such as should strongly
them lothe favor of all conservative
men, and of every voter w ho really has the city's
welfare nt heart.
members of Ihe General
Council during the past year have brought forward no partisan measures, and carefully avoided being drawn into any political discussion,
deeming it to be their duly to legislate for the
interests of Louisville, aud not waste their time
by arty maneuvering.
In the he,i;inning of the year they proposed deductions of salaries in a number of cases where
they deemed the salary to be too high, and, in
some cases, succeeded, as the" record will show.
They oll'ered to the members of the Opposition party a proposition, that they would make
no nominations fir any olllco, but would vote
for good, conservative men of their own party,
but thi proposition was rejected by the dominant party, and iu caucus of seventeen out of
eighteen of their own number, they nominated
alt the city ollieers to be elected, thereby preventing conservative men of their owu party
from having a fair chance of election before the
General Council of the city of Louisville.
measure insured the defeat of some excellent
The Democrats in both boards of the General
Council voted against the proposition, that passed both branches, to take from the people the
election of Auditor, Assessor, Treasurer, Tax
Collectors, and Street Inspectors, fcelingthat the
people of Louisville were as competent to elect
these olliecrs ns were the General Council
They introduced, and had passed thrctigh the
Common Council, an ordinance to have the pub-li- e
institutions of the city supplied by auntiul
contrac t, by the lowest aud best bidder, thereby
cutting oil members of the Council from the superior privilege. But this ordinance failed iu the
Board of Aldermen, from the members of the
Opposition voting against it.
They, in every instance, as their recorded votes
will show, voted against the proposition to increase the salaries of of'ieers at the end of their
year of service, as in the recent cases of the
Chief of Police, Assistant City Attorney, and
Physician of the Eastern District.
As good citizens, and as law abiding men, they
have advocated conduct inirthe approaching election as directed by law. This was necessary, in
order lo set the example of our duty as
They voted against the creation of the late new
and unnecessary ol'.ice, as they deemed it, of
Street Commissioner, feeling that the Mayor,
Engineer, and his assistants, were sullicient to
do the duty pr.iptr by the St rent Commissioner.
We ak conservative, moderate, and fair men
to weigh well these facts, aui alter carefully survey '.iig the matter and deliberating as to their
duty, we will be entirely content to abide the
decision of their better judgments as declared
at the ballot box.
Tom Summers. -- Louisville nevi r had a better,
more faithful or more tflieicut otlieer than Tiios.
T. Summkks, who now j resents liis name h a
candidate fur City Tax Collector in the Eastern
District. He is a worthy mid reliable gentleman,
and is eminently worthy of the hearty support,
of the substantial and conservative voters of his
district. We hope they will rally to his supjiort,
and by a larj;e majority si cure for themselves a
public servant w ho will be true and faithful to
notice that we
RFTERr.IVO to Mthe a'.- AND we rive maniif tctarioe wille
hifierto carried on t.y A., F. Ward A Co. at tbe corner of Main a:.d Taelfth street-- under the name and stile
. f LHJin IJl KS A M ALU. W e rei.etfully a.ilicit a call
from ail persons sauting articles iu our line.
K. P. I.IGnTLTRX.
A. F. W Akl.
FlHK eopartnerpbip heretofore exi1ine between P. 7.
I Mar"n and t.eorfe R. Pent. in. under the firm of MAU-Tl.
A I'lA'I.IS. wa- - dioolved on the Irt
leih of l.eorre R. pen'on. The loisuiesa of tbe Tate nim
wtli lie clacd up tiy the underi'"ie.L
. Z. MAUI IX. Survivi nit Partner.
HAVE f rmd a enpartnership under the firm of
M A l;l I
a Ci;i IHAI i. II. anil will continue the
IU! Y r;ult.-- basUies. at the old staudof Martin A Pentou.
1. .. M AK1 N".
JNO. E. CKI MBAUC.n.
CO. ia this day dissolved
firm of A. F. WARD
inut'ial C"iia-DJno. W. ttevens havinr retired
on the 2l of January laat. and A. D. Mil.- I avmrsold bis
P. Liirbtburn. retires
entire iutere! ill tue linn to Ri.
from th- - au.e. K. P. l.ichtburn and A. F. tVard ko.'.
tnem in t:e same Lusii.ex. and will aettie ail liabilities,
rid ar authorised to coded ail accounts du the trm of
A I: I.
A. F. Ward
A D. MILES.
JollX W fclEYEXS.
guarantee of tbe toiiiidnet! and duraJ llity of the
i x 12 x s ,
Arrest of a Murderer. Xlurder will out: lie
who imbrues his hand in the life blood of hi- - ft
way escape from- justice for a titue, but
or later he pays the penalty. Some
mouths flo, A. L K'.lj ati 'n k murdered JtinieR
Bo'.idy iu Danville, Illinois. He fled, and although
diligrut ttf.irts were made to secure him, he was
not taught until yesterday. Policeman Oalla- Lrher observed a man sitt'ii; iu front of the Gait
lbiusc w ho suited the description
et:tered into a conversation with the man and
was soon satisfied it was the fugitive murderer.
He escorted him to jail, and last nhiht a dispatch
w:u? received sayintr that olliecrs would be sent
Kiljuitrii k first jrave his name as Daniel Bird,
but subseiiuently admitted he was the individual
He has been working on the
wanted in Illinois.
river for two or three months.
rendered twent .ally rrtces;trT. nlMr-rautiin
q uaiit it ie of Inferior and defective
Linen are rep;ired,
w ith the name of Kit il8fm n rterrei""ri. And
I.v Iri-- h
of the injury
Hou.m. who, rennrdl'-::
Ted on tiie Anerican consumer i,nd the
(jood.-will not re;idi!y abandon a
lMine-hile ptirt-I- risers can be imposed
Linens and those dcIr- (lON'SCMKRS of
the renuine rood, should see tnt
tl e articles they purchase ai e sealed w ilu tbe full name of
the fir 01.
IIUiST DkM. KiTeury.
JrsE K. Birir,
F. I.. Ill f mK.
Wm. II. tpmii,
Dennxratie Cormiiittee met in
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Richmond, Ky., April 3, 1S.
The nndf riirned having been appointed br
the committee lor the removal of J. G. Fee an
his asotiates, a
for the correction (Jr certain gross misapprehensions and mis- .ocee-niwhich have been published With re-- g
l to !h
action, submit to the tubAie tbe
Feu and his accomplices
a set of Abolition
rt.isstoi.ari. s scut here principally
oRh had toiishcd inscomerof thtcounty.
In a stenle :,n l mountainous district, an Afioo-tio- n
scttlemei.t, witli a location, the be- -t 01 any
in Lie State iu our judgment), lor insurrettioa
among the slave pf,pulatioii
ot that end of the county supported entirely
by moil vile rived from the radical Abolitiuuisi
0: fie North, wh.ch, from its ra; U vrow,f, aUii
the large i.imids of money at its disposal, wi;u
by which such enterprise, are attended, must in a short tiuie Lavs
Tendered not only r,ro:,crlY li:;tn-li
To break up this serrb meiit, so laraa to removes
all just and reasonable ground of apprehension,
woo deemed by the grea,i body of Uie cuiztu
the county a ju-- t aud necessary a. t of
To accomplish this purpose this committee wa appointed with large disc rclio nary rowers.
Under this authority the committee detormLa-ed- ,
as r.n invariable rule of aii..n, tir-- t to remove the missionaries, and not to interfere w:t!
any citizen ofthe county, whatever his opinions
or doctrine might he, uul. ss he went
t lexteud active ail or defense to these missionaries, thus identif. ing himself with the enemies
of the peace and security of our community.
U hich determination has been proclaimed in thei
most public manner, aud has been, aud ill
On .Monday, the St'.th uit., a portion of
retired to Be rca, for the purpose
of removing Hanson, one of these missionaries,
who had returned, aittr having once left; and
there met with a man named ll.ilev uij oue
named Bland, understood t.. he the most active
ot the sympathizers, and who had made repeated
threats of assassination, cVc. A conversation ensued, which resulted ia the panic shaking
hands, and parting with protestations ot peato
and good w id on both sides. V hen immediately
Haley ami bland commenced raising a partv for
the attack, armed with guns the committee,
having, with a lew exceptions, only side
at tempted to cut off their return, an
two afterwards, by draw ing up serosa their road
declaring their intention to recuse Hansoa, whoiu
they supposed the committee had arrest.-d- , and
firing upon them, wounding one man. The fire
being returned by the committee, the BereanA
retreated over a kill, ia the direction of a log
house. The committee remained upon thesTrouna
and utter consultation, being short of ammiuur
tion, derailed for their hornet.
To justify this treacherous and t'.astardlv attack, it is now alleged that the attack was made
on account of the mistreatment, by some of tho
committee, ot XIr. George West, "indecent language used ia the presence of hie daughters, and
the rude and unauthorized searching of tho
h..ues of Berean. .Mr. West is in poor health,
and is of opinion that he has but a short time to
live, and has sent us two messages, requesting
us to deny the statement, not wishing the sanction of hi) name to be appended to so base
fabrication; but state, ou the contrary, that
those of the committee who came there, behaved like gentlemen. The committeemen, who
are men of undoubted veracity, deny that they
searched, or even entered, any house without
the owner's permission, with one exception, and
that wa the house from which Hanson is believed
to have fled, disguised in woman's clothing, and
from which house a shot had been fired at them;
and there they offered no insult nor aggravation"
of any kind. The committee state that the
worst language used, if not the worst they ever
beard used, lor obscenity nnd profanity, wm used
by some of the women "of the place.
The committee and citizens repaired to the
place on the follow ing day, but the attacking
Irty had iled to the woods! No violence of any
kind was perpetnted, except to break Hanson's
miil, so as to render it for the preseut nseles. ia
w hich they believed
themselves justified. The
w hole of ihe attacking party have been
to leave, except one old uuta, who, being ytrr
penitent, was excused.
The whole proceedings of this committee have
been characterized by the greatest moderation,
patience, and fortieurance, under circumstance
of the greatest and most trying provocation. The
coinmiitee have been sustained and supported in
their action by the citizens of the county with a
unanimity heretofore unexampled.
reported from time to lime to public meetings,
on public days at the court house; aud in every
iLStance their action has been unanimous!? approved. The meeting on .Monday, April Lid,
when all the recent acts were reported, was one.
ofthe largest we ever saw Convened at th- court
hous.'. and the approval unanimous.
the charges against the commuter, such a.s a design to assassinate citizens and excite civil war,
are too absurd and riihculous to require denial,
much Us refutation.
1 hi committer, in all they have done or may
do, merely act as the organ of the county, and
wheuever they cease to occupy that position, they
will cease to exist.
T. J. MAC PIN.
THUS. S. BKoNSTON. Jr.,
ROBT. RHODES STONE.
New Albany Coi rt XI tters. The whole of
the morning has been consumed in the case of
the State vs. XI inirva Jamison, for unlawfully,
maliciously, and designedly disturbing a chart h.
There are more witnesses'to be examined than
there has been in any case, criminal or civil, for
a number of year
in this countv.
that the minister in charge had said, in relerrinir.
to the discipline of the church of which the defendant was a member, that if that ithe discipline) be true, the Bible is a lie, nt the same Lime
and inviting some one in the congregation to "pitch in." The defendant did pitch Tc,
and alter oue or two rounds, the parties did not.
come to time, much to the discomfiture of the
friends of Hie vanquished parson and the dtlighu
of the friends of the lady.
Yesterday evening the time of the Court vii
taken up in the discussion of a demurrer filed
v .Messrs. Smith vV Kerr to a petition tiled bv
Mrs. Pcnnebiiker, w ho claims tu be the heir at
law of XIr. Wykoff, who, our readers will recollect, died last summer, leaving some property.
The argument was humorous in the extreme,
inasmuch as our venerable friend, the Judge,
was not disposed to ;.-- at the new "descent
cast" by which the Kentucky attorney said the
property of the deceased vested in his client, hT
saying: ".May it please the Court, the property
in question entirely vistcd in mv octogenarian
client by the evanescent breath of XIrs. Wykoff,
or it rthrr wortU rudd'enly."
Demurrer sustained, which w ill compel the party
to enter her remedy against the administrator,
XV m. M. Lewis, by an
action of ejectment in the
A Vert Novel Case Sham XIarshge.
young lady, resident of the Filth ward, in thirt
city, of respectable evniieetions, made an intorm-atio- n
before XIayor Wilson, setting forth that she
was married. XIarch loth, in Kittauing, to a gentleman in that place, another pertormirig the
marriage ceremony, whom she subsequently discovered not to be las was represented to Ler) a
justice of the peace, charging her "husband "and
Ihe other man with fraudulent conspiracy to induce her to illicit intercourse and cohabitation
with the first mentioned. A warrant was issued
for both. The pretended justice was vesierdav
arrested in this city by Officer Xloon, and Officer
Xloon was dispatched to arrest the other. He
returned with him last evening, aud the affair
wss settled by his marrying the girl in a mora
acceptable manner, his" Honor, XIayor XVilson,
performing the ceremony.
Affray. Ou Friday evening last an affray occurred at James Dillinghom's wagon shop, in
Warren countv, near the Barren line, between R.
T. Hudson, Esq., and J. XL Huffman. The difficulty, we learn, grew out of some slanderous remarks made by Huffman in relation to Hudson's
wife. The parties met by agreement at the place
above named, and without any ceremony "went
in," Hudson attacking Huffman with a sword
cane, which breaking, he then stabbed him with
piercing him through the right side,
inflicting a severe but not dangerous wound.
Huifmun attempted to use a pistol after hew
slabbed, but was prevented by a bystander. Both,
parties resid'" in thi county. Hudson is a magistrate in the Rocky Hill district. No examination
of the parties has yd been had. UUuyu ( Ky. )
We are called
Murder ix Nicholas Cm-stupon to record another
and unnatural murder, w hich was t rptt rated by an old
man named Gamble, living near Mitchell's mills
in Nicholas county, upon hi grandson, a young
Gamble beiug intoxicated drove hi
wife from home. and in her flight met her trrand-soyoung Xlccks, and forbid his going further
harm from her husband, but
for fear of per.-onhe jursisted, and in approaching the house-.amble seized his gun and ilist barged it at
Meek, the ball penetrating his side, and piercing
bint through the lungs, killing him it siantlv.
The murderer was arrested aud lodged in the,
Nicholas county jaiL
( A'y. Eloy.
Affrat and Pbobabijc Death. We learn
that an affray occurred at a candidate's meeting
at Sagimaw, about four miles from Edmonton
in .Metcalfe county, on Saturday evening last,
between "Bat" .Martin, and Boone Jeffries, in
which the latter was fatally stabbed bv the former. An examining court was held at Edmonton
on Xlondav, and .Martin committed to the eusttv-d- y
our jailer, to await his trail at
the June term of the Barren Equitv and Criminal Court.
.Martin was brought to t "h;s place and
lodged in jail on Monday night. Jeffrie cannot
possibly survive his wounds, as he was. as our
informant slates, literally cut open, and his bowels cut in two. An old" grudge is said to have
existed between the panics. 0'a.igvB (Ky.)
Whipped. The WashingAn AuonTiONisr
ton (tin) Independent learns that a mau by the
name of Wood, who was taken up at Abbeville-- ,
C. H., S. C, last fail, for using unpalatable language to slavery men, and who received the senlaches, by the recent spring
tence of tail e
term of the nuri at that plate, suffered the peu-al- ty
ofthe law in the public square on the 24t
ult. The punishment was intui ted by Sherid"
Moore, with seven switches; he wr.s then immediately placed ou the cars for shipment thia
looks like nrUrhimf a fellow on the t nieie. The
John Brown foray will be a lasting remcmbraute
w ith him.
Mr. Wood said he was "bora and raise di
At Xluskegon. Mich.,
as we lenru from a man from that eJiU u, a mau
who had got drunk and froze both feet off. resolved to make amends by start ing hiuistlt to
death. A geutlemaa fiom there told us ttst
whtn he left the man had abstained
from all food and drink. 1 bis is a veritable case
a avouched by th physicians. lie was expected
to live but a few dav "longer. He wa ottupiid,
constantly with prayer :or his souk whiiUhj
feared Was destined lor purgatory. aVatu.j