EASJTZT, ETJGHZS & CO.
to the Border
Convention, Recommended by the
Union Democracy to ba Elected
Kay 4th, 1881.
t a caa Mata for ba atte af Pa'V
t flS tha
tha tnLiMLli af Mr. Joka H.
a am'Mata fur tta pttca af
Tax CxWetor In tb Wcatara rutrict, U tn tba
vmm n7 aeoacaaal hr Ua
a tnH ala lurC'ark aTtaaOid-aa-
awfi 4 wi
will aa tt.
Pan Kis wa
tlmtwlraa br totfala
aa tn B aa M 4 Jgt4 and
4 vai kind, hara prodaoad
JTa. ho. by
awetlur la Vwttct of tkHr Tear, b for. Impaninc
atr acc-ta an'
aaM Stat avad Dr. GatHt
t ht avrtila
CHAEL A A. VICKLIFFB.
JANi 8 P. RlBiAaON.
MMel Trtotif aa eraal AXaaaat a a
ptibnV4. rrriaad. aalarfrd. and fl'nrtrat-a- d
y a aua awd atwravlnaa. Taoaa who feara read
are partlca'artr reoaeav
gama to ga on fiercely atid heroically.
atkrr arrka ab thear
tor til a boot-- Priet, Pea Cfeab. ar taraatr is
d ta mfor aeadiag troops by the million all
auii far tl W.
along tha lino away down to tha Cotton
CO, LoalTflie, If.
Siates, and for performing Test achieveno use Talking-.ment of valor en a Urge scale.
Tocva ktaa WJI aa antd aad racaOaaat bat It br
Tha editor of the Tribune has been al!
ana tear baopra ta
their root la they ahoald
aa aaaa Dr.Oaua. - aa mnB astrkata taaai ftvta tbt along belligerent. Ha is far ahowiog the
niaian la a rr akart CaM. Kaad adnUaaunat U South and the rest of mankind that we have
aottxr eutnaia kaided "LocutiLLI Parran Miatoai
a Government. Greeley is not for gciog
round B altimore; he is for plunging right
tk ough. Ha exhorts other people to wade
through; ha doesn't go himself. Greeley is
OHieiKAL a!td TkWr ur
Taa aalr ILajamlaaa aad HattaMa BalrB
Roche, of France, pardoned
had behaved badly, and
iueatn aia Kara watte nana, aad akaaM baavaM a eoldierto who remonstranoe of
1ak ta aacava f.dlcala.
1LAT. LED. ar BCSTT HA!I ca laaUatly to a
manding officer: '8ir, ho ia a good ao'dier.
kaaaUful and aaural siovb ar black, trliaaat tba Itaat
aad soldiers are sot philosophers, 'else tbey
wouldn t fight." So it la with Falloeopher
etPXALI aad EIPUOMAJ tea baar
aaraad ta Wot. A. Ba.Mar atee ISM, and avar 10.
Greeley; ba doesn't fight himself; but be
aaoeeatlaaa bara k Ca uada ta tta kak af taa
exhorts other people, not philosophers, only
atniai at tbw anecj iiya.
WU. a. ATCHKLoS1 HAIH-DT-J
aradeeai aaalai food for powder, to rush right through Bal
B( ta ba dlal'.orniaoad frara aatara. aad a n n ml it timore. Let's hear the philosopher of the
aat ta bvar la ta bMat. kawaeer tint It aaar ba
af bad Drat raaaadiad tka Tribune, tha poet of the Tost, and the gen
aaad. and taa m a8W-aatr InrKaratad lor Bfe by ttkj splandid Or
oral of tha Courier aid Inquirer say, let at
Mada.aatd.ar arpnad (ta ntna pnrata taoaMat thr
go through Baltimore
we, as & eo. the
WVt Pasverr. M Boad ctraet. K
philosopher, the poet and the general V Ut
at aB dtiaa aad tows af ta Unttad Btata I
PraMti aad Paaer Oaada Daalar.
go through Baltimore, plunge down Sjufi
aa a mm oUi aarrartac. aa knar atdaa t taabacal aad take Jeff. Davis.
Wa should, moreover, like to aee tha Ir
WTt. a. MTCSEiyL U Bond atreaC Maw York, aad
repressible editors of Kentucky take a
plunge down South or Eat toward the aeat
Cb Oreat JCnfLish aXsmedf
of war. They aay tha time for argument
has past, and tha time for action has come
Lot them go, then, to tha aeat cf war, and
not bring it her to Louisville or Cincinnati,
SIR JAMES CLAE.KK-aepoeiaily not to Louisville.
It is not KenPHU.
tucky's war; ahe didn't make it, nor adrite
laTAiaaaw aMdcma la anialHat ta taa aara of I
Tn patafal aad aaaaaraaa dta la jdaal
nor desire it, and, therefore, aha is not
ta ta it,
entitled to have it heie.
and rataaMa tkauaetteaa
It aaailiraira afl m-aTha Backing of cities, deolruelion of
frata waatarar eaaaa, aad a apa ear mar b rattad
property and life, and tha eoreams of help
Ta Harried LjUlaa
women and children, are no tcuslo to
It at aaoa&artr aaUad. It aic, ta a akart tnaa. bTtsc lea
our cara. It ia time enough to meet all this
aa ta avwthir parkod with rccs.arlL7 .
when wa have a fight of our own. Teace is
tM an the vital interest of Kentucky,
Jmt FO aanald ttoi tt uLta ft
and there it
rfaant. aanar AW FIE ST THBkM MOy'THS. mt
no reaaon ah should sacrifice it for the
(bar an an at ata aa atiwarri m; af at aawv artar
atatf. aad ta aaary vjiv aue. Out are
benefit of others, who are striving irtLji
la all eaaaa of Htrrae aad Bfilnal AaVcatana. Pala ta eaten a ingenuity to precipitate
raar- tat Back and Uicba. Hurrta-a- a, Patlxaa aa
war they began in spite of her. They would
ttaa. Palprudoa of taa Dsu. Lawnaa af Bptrtta,1
Whltra, aaJ art tb pala'al Dl
tartaa, Kck Beadacba,
be delighted If Kentucky would take the
aaaaa aaraanaad br a dlaordared ayatera, theaa PUb
fight they began off their hands. If they
WW affect a ear wttaa B ether etatan bar failed.
Pan diracttaoa to tha bamphfe areaad each pacta, I fueeeed they will be smart, and Kentucky
Wak abaald be arcraJlr praaerred.
. LnknUriu fl Pin. .nA avMa arltb tka I ;ii rO. ik.
Otiaaaiiil r aaii af Wiaat Brrtala.aaa ba Mat boat I or intriguing, ambitious demagogues
fjaa far at aad alt Batten atamii.
atSv w a cannot withhold an observation
aaeaaauT, new len. i
Baal at LffetarlEa by Bayaaaod A Tykar, Barlnc? I ur w v va wa icucr m uo.truur oisguuB
A Brother, and an tha who)and retail Druutsu. I (I
has been in friendly e3rreepondence
with the neighboring Governors, in order
preserve peaceable relations.
I COAX I
glad to bear it; and we apprehend it would
promote that object greatly if ha would as
aa aaad tad beat aantia at tha krweat aurkat price.
sure those neighboring
! atreet. waat aid, aad corner ) Kentucky would maintain her present etatua
rraaw aa a aaaiuc
ia the Union, aa far as his influence could
induce her to do so. If aha does that she
Twovv Taoosan Oorrm cr xttMcat Booa roa Oaa- a tuftnr. waa baa baaa aflao will have peaeet if not, these Governors can
ncaaaa CBKCLanaa-taaUy aara af aarroaa aebiillr. loaa af aarmory, aad
give bo assurance on tha subject.
dlaiaiai af alt hi nrltlrf frrai larly irnrn tr tilWnr aha adopts
aa act of Secession, she deolarea
ta tba baaar lctloaa clrea la medical work, aad wh
taa liii tt hi aty. la ralllad ta tha aathor. and lor war against the Government to whioh ihote
taa kaneBl af 0atiiaHI'e aud Itmu aafferara, ta Statea bel ng.
aaatuh taa ateaaa card. Ua anil lharafora and fraa.
The people of Kentucky are g'ad to hear
ay ad Iran, aa racrtpt af tmaaipa,a
ty at tb
Tart. aaataliilBa rery lufcrauUaa reqah-ed- .
of theaa efforts, and would bo glad to be
Bot m mwf. A'h."r. a, V
informed as to th progress made; what
Tb lafloatas bi aauaot frvat letiar. wnoaa
assurances ar given, and on what con
by th Bar. 1 a Uohae. paanr af th Plenepo'Dt-Strae- t
Baaaut Charcb Brookira,
T, tatha "Joaraaiaad ditlons.
' Cladnaatl.Oaad tp
Tocnmea la airat
It ia strange that the Governor should
complain that a dispatch to him from the
Bwhiim Biacr eo CaiLaaaa Turaisr
roar rolntma f Mm Secretary of War of th Confederate States
in our uf', bat we I waa prblished. Why did he not publish it
oat- - ut
himself, aad hi reply! When the Federal
We notioe the aama epirit still mare rife
and irreprearibl in the orga.ni dawn Eist
The New Tork Erenio Poet id indiga&ct a'
the moderate tone of Seward' reply to Qot
Hick. Tha editor is di'gusted with the
"high consideration" at tha close of the
letter. If Seward had been a little more
vulgar and eoaree it would have iaiiei the
appetite better. Tha' assaranoe that the
troops passing through Maryland ar only
intended for tha defense of tha capital, is
The Courier and Inquirer,
of th same city, is conducted by General
Webb. Ha, belonging to tha military in
the Lime of peaoe, and to the peace eitib
lishment in time of war, wants tha blood;
Irreprecaiblai cbo't endure peace
The mob ort.nt of Cineinktl don't
tk epirit of th tneetiDf, wbea oar del
gAtei Tislted tkat citj; they don't lik Den
aiaon'f leuor area. They want to got the
Irrcproaaibloa togetier aad raie a rebellion
against their AnUble prooeediegt. Tha
editor of th IrrrpreeaibW orgaa hero ie
eridently pleaded with hit brother Irreprcs-ible- s
of Cincinnati. They mn'oblly fur
Uheack othar with, food I hey love to feed
on. If Kentucky And Ohio ahonld invade
each otner'a bordera wiia hoatilo arinirt,
bora cltiaa, and elaaghur tkoaeandt of each
o'.her'i people, it wonllbe glorioas eport. Ii
would bo a day of happlaeea aad joy to the
(wrea k TJaukx
CUAKLKS a 11
ctana of tt aar. bi laat II la an '
th lat af rnar ra.dara waa bar baalea cant am bur
$lL.L)HsA.Li la r 111.31 All 1
tnarsocrBD ob tub -- las op thi HOBFTIAL
wiibaal k ar rx cure,
and rerataneat car ar
awa tneo:un-tmauTJtT.otir a na fl.clt . Ilii, iTiflrmary.
FAWtKTLAR POTICB. Or.
M aav.iirt tiBdi af hn tlm. I.i tha
n- - i aanta br a aaarvt bavt, aMcb rulae both bwrt;
aad aitiid. atitltiiua tna. fjnfcMtnuate Irvflrl'ibal nir
- ar wc!
w ibraa aarlr
althar b''TicbaMta. nr Hi racial o rtret rwar.
taa fMitnn.u. Ueatroy tr phraw-'-
na. epriallT tin
to all r an i
aoolaoiDlaltiM Hi .mare, triu-- tj loaa uo time U Biafclnf
a Dr. II., br bt. arw ircaioiabt.
ana p rmtnani cara
at ftiiwii ia lunar a
ba. HALL'e AaKicAh
lur tha eiclnatra i
Fa arttcle of tuk.lnr
v. ,ri' h anrmal aadlarcloa at
SamAe baa Mr.
ana Amavan rrwvf'i' iiiia Taar can ba ratiaeaa
frlca par anil SI and ear
Pauoou u viae at dlataae eaa a
b traliiai a daaenpttea al uudr nutin aad hMtaato a
mlt U arr at1rae.
airaet. balwMW Pint and
irraoa aa iroai 7 a. a. ta a r. u
anut i. w
no. zj Markat auaat. beiaeaa
KUEEELL ft BOWLES,
Cominissi on Iklerchants,
li Caaap (itaaat.
Of ALL K1D
a cuoua at.
i uu aau.. Aiaal aaptaa. ar ear
aavetp. Sh Sty and arar la aaa aanaaa
Letter ftom Annapolis.
HEAP DT ORDKK
laouet-- v pfstiml
I f AH U FIlTU.
AfiT.ITAL OFJ:0RKTU'JO"S-TTUB PAT tPaCO-ANTT.1ION PA1I8 TO
Tu K M1UX vhV IUE ELK-0U- OF UK TUB TKOOI'S
tlllL'cHJ.-- IS TIaE
jPP.tOK OF TH MAILS
IV IK'S OCT
SO U CM Y
Of I'UVIsiOXb AND BW'l PBiurs TU C1T
A NEiKO ViXUaTKF K3
IS tU NOKIHtH ASHT. WHlCnCAt-SlArI-ArFatitANOf IUK lilX'P.".
AxxArous. April ai,
hunired uu o, le! en? nj to tie F.r
llegiiuent of Volunteer.-- , iiom Noriistown,
l'a , nut cooimaoded by UoioutJ U.ctQaa'
arrived Lits ia tue s oaw-t- ug
tior, do ui liATra cc Grace, havibg on
btard a lull cargo of ploviaiocs. After
tbeir orgo, tbe mg ard
s:eamr AlaryUni returned to Havre de
for me purpose of conveying tbe
rem.iuder cf the rrgimint to this port.
As tbe ibg nj proauhed the harbur, ehe
was sigahl t.-- by tha fiigite CoLstitution,
aud not fcufiwiug bow to answer, lha
Captain ot the Constitution ordered the
quur ere beat, aid a broadside cf thirty-tou- r
paunders was run out of the port,
hblje, wh.n it was disoovrred by ahouis of
pointi g t th flig, &o , that the
tug was a 1 right, and thereby saved her
ruoi btkg fl.'cd into.
At da break ibis morning a large steamer,
.Va y'Ld, was
eupi weed to la th
ljiug cf? the harbor, wl h troops oa boarJ,
&;.d ia a!i prob.thility she will steam into
port dur.ng iha day.
Four oiuir steamers' are anchored a few
miles below, all crowded with troops, and
will iaad here
At preseut tbere are 2. CoO troops at the
Naval Academy, and from waat I can gather
from the gorttDineiit. agents aud soldiem,
before Satui day hi, lit there will b from
Ibuu-auem hi to
It is cedihly reported the Cniiei States
frigte Caonii uiiou will sail lo iny forth
uiuuth of the Pa apsoo bhd blockade the
harbor ot Baltimore.
Toe republican'? in the Naval Academy
sa; (hat Aunapolia in to be tbe priucipal
deot for tb lauding of troops, and that in
less than one monih there will be from fif y
to eeveaty-fi- ve
thiusaud troops lauded here,
unless tbey 6ud Baltimore more convenient,
and then they will pass through th oity
and overrun the State.
As announced by te'egraph, yesterday at
noon, a deiatchuieat of Mascaobusens volunteers took
of the railroad
leading from Ik. a city to Washington and
was offered them,
but as soon as ibe demand was mtde the
gates were throws open to them, aod after
placing fitly uii-- ou guard, the remainder
oommeuced operations by repairing tbe
engine and cat e which had been disarranged
by ihe Company iu order to prevent the
troops from UMug thorn.
At a'luut four o'clock this object was eo
coupliahed, aud a traiu run out by aa engi
ater ia one of tbe volunteer campaa es,
when it was found thai tbe cars and road
were S) arranged that at about every revolution of tne waeels the cars wen off the
track; having no jack screws at the depot
the soldiers resorted to prises and main
strength to replace ttiein auother revolu
(ion and tbe oars wera off again.
however, they suocetded in obviating (hi
d.ffijulty, aud ran the train about
of a mid, when it ran into one of the
switches ami waa again (brown from ihe
Finding the ruad disarranged, fi ty
men were detached to proceed in
aud examine lis condltiou, which reculted
in finding that at various places ihe track
oad been taken up, and up to a lat hour
yesttrday evening tha damages had uot
been entirely repaired, but ia all probability by noou to day it will be in working
order, and the forwarding of troops aod
A large number of
troops from Wathiugton
arrived at the
Junotion, and are now holding the road in
conjunction with the troops hare.
A Mr D. Clarke, a resident of the State
of New folk, being in Washington yesterday, desirous tf reaching th a city this
morning, took tha overland route last night,
tud wa.ted. He reports being fired at in
Prince Gecrs's county, and iu his esospa
was compelled to swiui the Patuxeut river
All our mule have been stopped, the
wire cut, and the captains ot
Merboat airaid to sail. Tne
chant, liow.rer, did veniur to proceed to
and it' ahe tnou'.d be
taken, the ci ism weu.l be almost desti
etc There is a great
toe of jroii-r.e10
ac iruiiy of tl u. and bolder aik from
l eiO 60 ter bbL Sjuis merohauta aked
isutt I unler patrol at ntgbts,
and from tbi-t- y t t lcrty men are rrgu arly
tb'.a oiiittr in :re H no um
iaciion cf J errOiiage. List clgbt while
walking cut I tnetiao of the "grren bag
gentry" promenading the streets aith Mime
uuskits on tbelr
The troops hire crier
for th bovs and nrgroes, by purchasing
a slave be
fruit, eto , iroiu iheui. To-d-iy
one of the
longing to a Mr. Miller,
mtni'ers of the Seventh liegiment, from
cou d not ta te him along;
Net lo t, if he
the ajldier immediately reported him. and
master had him arrested and lodged iu
it may not be out of place to sta'e that
thr; tfevenih Hegtmeut, from New lork, is
looked upon as it. must geutlemauly and
ell behited aoldiers here. It is rcporiea
that thev openly assert ihry never intend to
cros the Potomuc, and in esse they should
be brought face to !ce with the iialtimore
City Guard, or Ktehmoud tiuaids, tbey will
cot tre upon tbeui, but give cneers lor ibe
manner ia i.'itci taoy were entertained
when they last met them in Washington and
Tne First Reeiment from Pennsylvania,
under command of Col. tlactuaulet, presents B good apperance, but of a'l the haggard, crooked, gawkey and disarranged
oldiery it wis ever our tot to gat; upon is
the Massachusotta regiment.
trom about eiicbteen to forty-nv- e,
and forms, while the majority of their
uniforms oonbists of worea and working
pants and coats, some with biaoit and drab
iouch bats, othets with old clotli and oil
oaps, aud a lew with military hat, resem
bling the old bat wora by the uaumore
polioe, oer and there a plume. Ia faot,
he only thing about them to aesigcate teem
from citizens is a dtit steel mixed overcoat
and knapsack, and some have not een that.
I cannot say whether another letter will
be forwarded ycu f oa here, the only
by some per
means of conveyance
sons who may happen to leave tor Ualtimore
For the delivery cf this one
you are indebted to two gentlemen from
Ualiimore, who came here last night and
lef. this morning.
placing the Slat in a position to maintain
ehe may finally assume
will yet be attiined. la furtherance of
my deairo to cuHv! friendly relations
with th Border Free States, I opened a
pactno and fruud y eorrespondenc
tb Governors of Indiana and Ohio. My
overtures were received In tbe most frank
and friendly fltiiit.
The Executives of
these 8'atea professed, and I believe with
strongest wish to oon
entire sincerity, tha
tinue friendly relations with Kentucky, and
to nidluttila peace on tne border, and meas
ures were agreed r.poa looking to these
But, pending these negotiations, what
was my asiouiohtuent
to dad copied at
Jengta spa verbatim in the Journal, a tele
gtaphic d p .tea fr, m the Secretary of War
ot the Cintedorate States, direoted lo me,
a. Ling for troop, i h comments making
string lat'mations that I. in oollusiun with
others, wr.sengsgei ia secret efforts to send
troops sad arms to ihoie States.
The iniliunioa was uttariy gratuitous
and false, aid the truth m ght easily have
ben aeoertained by applying to me at the
out ileus, if the editor of the Journal
h d trankly asked me for ihe fao s, instead
of pub. isliiog a private dirpatch, surrep
ttiinu.lv- obttined, with Comments wholly
flibie, I would have informed them
thai ihe request cf Secretary Walker was
at one declined. Th effect of this publication in tee Journal muit have caused the
Governors of Ohio aod Indiana to distrust
the honesty of my overtures to them, and
might bar resulted in breaking off negotiation. Fortunately suoh was not the
Tne negotiations were not broken off, but
were continued and carried to a further
point. I asked of the Exeoutives of those
States whether they would joia me in an
effott at madia'ion,
suggetiog that tbe
border free and sUvs States should endeavon last effort, to save the country.
To these oven ures I received responses
friendly and favorable, and whioh encour.
aged me to persist iu my effort; but lh?y
wre eoiroitly received befo e I found my
self again' assailed in the Journal by inii.
maiious whign, if true, would at onoe put
an end to the friendly correspondence,
the issue of yesterday it is charge! that a
body of men, intendel for service in the
Comedtr te S a es, tjokwithtbem "twenty
eases of muskets and several six pounders,"
wblca tt is broadly intimated were furnished
either by myse f or other Stat officers
This statement, utterly false as it is, both
in the direot charge aud in its intimation,
did its wurx. tor tne second time my
Horts to preserve prate were thus insidi
It was moat natural that
th peopla of Indiana and Oiio and their
Executive officers should lose all confidence
ia mo, and that they should at once break
off all furthi-- r peaceful correspondence.
1 trust, however, the statement
make, that the men alluded to did not take
a case of muskets nor a
otnnon, or any other State arms, but ihat
these were famished to M j jr Ttlgbman, of
Kentucky, as a pait of tbe
proportion of tbe arms to which that sec
lion is entitled, will sitisfy the people of
tne uoruer t ree states ot tbe sincerity of
my effort aud the utter falsity of all inti
mations to the contrary.
in conclusion, I beg th people of those
States, and of my own glorious Stat, re
gardless of all partisan assaults on me, lo
rely that my most earnest, faithful, and
assiduous tffirts bar been and shall be
direo ed to thee two objects: "Armina
ATe'ifucA-o Mai the may maintain any potition
iie may finaHy atiimt, and cultivating ritndly
7ifi fA Bordrr Fru Statu, and
maintaining th ptaet bttwetn thtm and our
t'lvet," ia the hope (hat by the favor of
God, w miy yet save ihe country from
utter, irretrievable, and hopeless ru n.
April 29. 6 r. m. Tbe panio in
the border slave Siates eleck was more
than ever. Everybody who
had any of them hastet ed to sell them, ai d
the sacrifice waa unex tripled.
standing ihe pre digitus decline cf the past
few days, wa find, ou comparing this after
noon a pricea with thoee of last evening.
that Kentucky sixes declined
per rent., v irgtmas IU, rtiorth Carolinaa 13,
nd Missouri 7 per cent
Tbe decline in
KeniuckU-s- , wt.icb is quit
dent in cur Stock Exchange, is due to tbe
prevailing imprest-iothat Senator John C
Breckinridga and his friends will succeed in
dragooning (hat Stat cut of the Cotnn As
the debt of Kentucky ia about $3,000 000,
Sir. Breckiuridge's li'tle speech has already
coat hi ma-- about $1 2UU,0'X
lait renin? in th
street at about 47; late in tbe evening, at
soms uptown hotel, they are ctvd to have
tcld down to 87; (hey opened this morning
at 4), fold up to 4 J. then down to 87.
closing ih-.MJ. Tbe prevailing
ia tbe street is that they ar
absolutely worthless, and that (hey will sell
nt ten cents on the dollar before long. Virginia, it is believed, he bern irretrievably
ruined by the demagogues Mason, Floyd,
War is pte'-sure to liberate
ail tb slaves in the border Siates, and in
this event it wou'd be preposterous to
expeot any cf the S atea to pay their debts.
If the people of Missouri want to nnder-itanou which side the;r interest lief, let
them volunteer under President Lincoln's
proclamation; the announcement that they
had done so, would put Missouri up lea per
cent., aud would render Missouri (he leadA"-York Erald.
ing border Stale.
Interviews of Mary landers
with the President.
Baltimore Eon, April 23 J
Later from Fort Pickens!
We learn that a delegation from five of
th Toung Men'a Christian Associations of
Baltimore, consisting cf six members of
each, yesterdsy proceeded to Washington,
for an interview with the President, the
purpose being lo intercede with him in
behalf of B peaceful policy, and lo entreat
him not to pass troops through Baltimore
or Maryland. Rev. Dr. Fuller, of ihe Bsp-tichurch, aocompanied the party, by
Invitation, aa chairman, and the conversation wts conducted mainly between him an i
Mr. Licooln, and was not heard entire by
all Ihe members of the delegation.
Our informant, however, vooohee for what
we now write. He states that upon (he
introduotion they wer received very cor.
dially by Mr. Lincoln a sort of rule
familiarity of manner and Iheconvereation
opened by Dr. Fuller seeking to impress
upon Mr. Lincnla the vast responsibility of
the position he ooeupied, and that upon him
depended the a
of peace or war on
one hand a terrible, fratricidal conflict, and
on Ihe other paeos.
" But," said Mr. Lincoln, "what am I to
"Why, sir, let the country know that you
ar disposed to recoguise the independence
of the Southern States.
I say nothing of
secession, recognize th fact that they hav
I government of their own, that they will
never be united again with (he North, and
peace will instantly take th place of asximy
and auspeuee, and war may be averted
"And what is to become of the revsrus ?
Dr. Fuller expressed the opinion thai the
IN on hero mates
would constitute an im
posing government, and furnish revenue.
but our informant eould not follow lha exact
tone cf remark.
The conversation turning upon tbe pas
of troops through Maryland, Dr
Fuller expressed very earnestly ih hop
that bo more would be ordered over the soil
of this State. He remarked that Maryl&ud
had ehed tsr blood free'y in the War of
independence; ahe was the first to move for
th adoption of the constitution, and had
only yielded her clinging attachment to the
onion when the blood of her aniens bad
been Bhed by etracgera on their way lo a
conflict with her bisters of th South.
Mr. Lincoln insisted Ihat be wanted the
troops only for the defense of tho capital,
not for the invasion of the Southern State.
must hav th troops.
the necessity exists
that they should com through Maryland.
They oan't crawl under the earth, and tbey
can't fly over it, and mathematically they
must come aoross it.
Why, sir, those
Carolinians are now crossing Virginia to
come here and hang me, and what caa 1
Ia some allusion to th importance of a
peace poicy, Mr. Lincoln remarked that if
he adopted it under the circumstances ther
"would be no Washington la that, no Jack
son in that, no spunk in that."
Dr. Fuller hoped that Mr. Ltnooln would
not allow "spunk" to override patriotism.
Mr. Lincoln- - doubted if he or Congress
eould recognise th Southern Confederacy.
nun regard to tbe government, ha said
must run th machine as he found it." And
in reference to passing troops through Baltimore or Maryland, he said:
if you won't hit mo, I won't hit you."
As the delegation was leaving, Mr. Lin
coln said to on or two of th young men:
I'll tell you a story. Tou have ail heard
of the Irishman who, when a fellow wae
cutting his throat with a blunt rsior, com
plained that he haggled it. Now, if I can
have troops direct through Maryland, and
must have them all the way round by water.
or marched across out of tn way territory,
1 shall be haggled.
The delegation, on leaving "the presence.
conferred together aud agreed on the hope
lessness ot their errand aud their sal pros
From th BJttmor Eiduna, April S
It will be remembered that, oa Saturday
last, Hon. Anthony Kenuedy and J. Morrison Harris had an interview with President
Lincoln, when the following conversation
took place between them : Mr. Harris
having announced the objeot of their visit
to be to prevent further bloodshed, and to
obtain a recall of th orders issued tor the
movement of the troops, Mr. Lincoln, referring to the visit cf Messrs. Dobbin,
Kruna and Bond, and the answer which he
bad made to their representatives,
My God, Mr Harris, I don l know what
to make of your people. You have eent me
on committee already, aud they seemed to be perfeo ly aaiished with what
said to them
.ur. Harri replied
that he knew nothing about thai; b
cam as a oitixen and a representative
to state facte as tney actual y existed, and
to tay that the attempt to send any more
rocps throoga Maryland would only leJ
o a battle, and a very sanguinary battle.
Mr. Lin Jin answered, ".My tjud. sir. what
am I to do! I had better go oof end hang
myaelf on the first tree I Come to, than giv
up the power of th federal government In
this way. I don't waat to ga through your
town, or near it. If I can help It; but wa
must have troops here to relieve ourselves
or we shall die like rat ia a trap." H
further expressed some surprise at the ac
tion of Mr. Harris, and wa disposed to tax
m with the abandonment
of his Onion
Mr Harris answered the Pre
ident that he was still a Union man, but he
bad come to state facts, aud to represent to
the President the sentiments of ta people,
and it was on of universal opposition to
he passage of any Northern troops across
Mr. Sewaid, inter
he soil ot Maryland.
posing, drew Mr. Harris aaidato a wiadow,
od pointing to tb
bluffs of Arllng'oa,
asked Mr. 11 if he knew that cn the top
might plant a
of that hill the Virginians
battery, and tha: tbey would not know at
what moment a shell mieht burst in that
very room. Uoneral soutt, who was pres
eui,a so ezpressidthe opinion that it might
be absolutely necessary for the trosps to cut
their way throueh Maryland for th relief
of th federal cspitaL
Motment of the Boathtrn Army
T'l. PR KM
S. CASSEDAY & SONS
PRE-ttTh feasibiU y of tapping th artificial
PUT 10 CA8TORB- lak
for supplying Baltimore is openly
l7tlA.V COAIS, ' OflLOTtn 8LA30,
lCX:.iArKB VASSS. ctB BtiTTUa,
Bistob, April 27 Oar harbor wi'l b
New Tork Aptil 7
FOkls aad S POOS a
against th shipment of any article
been irrts 1 at Harper'
to thi rebe'
rerry, anu c.rried to Klcumoud.
CptataCushlog tendered his service for
was in Monigomery on TuesBSniBlt Wag TBA WAJLa.
any c apacity in defense of th Union.
SaASITB WARJL COKMO
It I reported that iwt mor regiments f
Gjn Butler r.f Massachusetts, rccalns at
troops ar to b called for.
He has planted a battery on Mass,cbu-t(- s
f kathju tctixn,
Tsey an b put la working order ia three tea
the heights opposite tha l .vo. which can
destroy the ci'y at aa hour's amice.
Th town of
A Vt'kkhit atoo disnatch r.f Wln..l.
i. war purports. TanntoB voted $2,000
the Times enys a d.pu'ation of Virginiats
and Marjlauders waned on the President
April 27. River T f. .
and demanded a cesstir.n of hnstilitta nn
Weaker oiear aid w ircn.
til afer the session of Congress.
President's answer was promp, decided
and in i hi. opga
PCIUFT TUB DLOOIa.
One of th deputation
eaid 75,OuO Marj landers would contest ihe
piBiaof trccpsover her soil, t which
the President replt.d that be premmed
there wh room enough in her soil to bury
Tne l'.wnee was at Washington.
says Dr. rlB HIOH AXTrKIVlKD CBT.BBRtTT
Oarnett, son ia law. to Ex Gov. Wise, ol IIUUM. wllun In .iui.,ik.u-- haa hi. . .. Ih,
. -- afinlml
Virginia, has sent bis wi.e and family to Ih
tha Banal practica f
onlr uw.wr, but anaoithr of tk . Tr.ar . e
LOr.ii, f r safety.
kauwa ty ttiPirl rulta
ood warka laallfy for i-J
the) thrive nut by tha huia of the craiuioaa.
A larjr number of Virginians are in this
Ut ALL CASES
etty who were driven away because ihey
Ajttiraa. Acuta and Chronic
wouid pot taka th oath of allegiance to the Of tha Blander
fEDli i jC'.
Vegetable Lifa PiHa
BILLt lUS VHVKRS
V. eat. where thna
The coolest thing yet proposed lo the In tha auo-.
foun.1 InvainaMe. Plaa
Government was that made by Governor atl.era.arhobe once asa tuaaa Jaedlalaaa. era, (anaer
aiu navar rHicks and Governor L;tcher that they woud
jointly guarantee ih safety of tb Cspitol
Uaad with (net saccaai ta tka
Tb Government deciiued such proteo ioa,
probably very much to the disgistof th
CORRUPT UCMOR., P HO PS I Fa.
two rebels of Virginia aud Mtryland
panon with tht dtatreMln dta
koold dxl.r aaloc th-MeUieliMa lauiMdiauiy.
who wis o m patted to lie
BRCPTtONS OP THJt BE I a.
from North Carolina say s that th seces
ERYSIPF.LA3 AND FLATTJLI5CT.
sionistsar carrying all bef rihem without
reference to law or order. Tuty have driven country thee aialiclnea will be found a aaia.Wia.epa
tn-- i omain rrniwlr.
th- -r aMdtetn
off macy peopi
who do not symp
w a return oftardai-aa cara trr thM a.- this with the movement, and had threatened
da la pennaneut. Try than, b aatltaad and be cai i
loudly lomob and bang
FOt Xsd OP OOMPLBXIOW.
who is persistently resisting th
Ooat StrldlnM. Qrarel, TleadaerMaof rwy klad,
art F.r.r. Inrt.r0mat4.rr Mfi.iia.iMai I.mm1cu- -i
iaoadlca Liaaef AptwUla.
April C5 SenVor MaUYlCiaMPLAllIT",
son, of Virginia, is ia this city. II says
be ram to settle tb estate of bis relations
af rA secret V gilanee Commute
ia watching enry lriOiili.trt aoooar ihaa tha atoattba
Th populace ia not aware of ,1.1 :i ai sanupaniia.
his presence, or they would, undoubtedly,
Beark, Pbinler't ChoUc
A dispitch from Fai.lmnra
received, slating it
revived in that ei , ti day,
b relied on. The
.s but ol ft- - i. :
Baltimore, vix: ho
lo h I" ..
Tb schooner J.
U npjned to hi.vo
..VHV"ir. BALT- Secessionists, on Js,
nv , ic-- i
into a war vessel.
- ct a.
Commander LI - : ''- ', r. 3 N
Wrti t: T
br tt-- shot himself yesn r i , bt 'h Mercaants
'cU. iiawr a': o
A schooner, lo '
;i ;a, i i
Delaware river, tato x
..'..-a.e l- .
oial bulletin' li
gives 16 failures and tuapensiona in New
Bosiop, and 13 in other jUce",
Zlztra ZXeawy Onnnles.
being a total of 47 during the wetk.
failen l teet in the la?t 'li hour.
scmewtimt clouly ; thermometer 7C. Mar-k- a
TO ABIaZ2 ! TO ARM 3!
id for lard, at
JG3' kud mtNi( Vcx at $13,75
IV tlitrarttaboolau man,
a a Humaan-u- Fira
Uoa- - anal tv iL.ua-- ,
CBeXBt'sBcao, Pa., April 27
a.rear, tKtwai--. Jcder. a aal tr a
oua aaid appiy
Wot aavea lacua. LUa.
II nerstown report atuddenand
D. r. FTOia.
most wonderful chsng in the sentiment of
Captain Loni- - villa Pavery,
K.nmciir wa.f tiuiMt
Tbe stars and stripe will b raised at
tlagersiown Ij dsy. and x ensivs preo-.r- Kf
flfl "tanRl.ab i.liv CC ina l!ean-iw.- r:
iona are brirg mad for further Vnioa
10 0 pa n il.
The election next week for Eeprefeoia- - Jat recaivtiii ao r aa- l- i"
R. 11. CiA'artK'L. til Tktr-- trat.
veswill result tr. mendP.
a to.-- n Ma n
rry, a Cato- -. nta. Allegheny Ooan y in
strucied lis Represent. ire that if ihey
voted f ir
ihey wiil bs hucg on iV SfT KR'FI. TS TBd REOULABT.T APPOrrm)
A . bt "I Vt
wo Utie. at ua-r- a
their return home.
at rarnfw'e'-wi, betvera Fwurui auu
Cbabbkf ssrao. Pa , Arril 27. The star
are waving, and ta miner hav
Caasaiercial ftiii ef Hml rkr.l
pAuiiAO. H.rcn e. la k.
worn to renst secetatoa to the death at
rt fob balb chiap at
a pm assort
OPPOSITE TUS O ALT BOUSS,
tV a It' VTS .
hl'l INI I, tori
Mn ii u
CisctnatTi. Aptil 27.
Ff SPTJtRV era.
is time. Next werk no Tmpvh xrs with
Southern traitors wiil dare avow their sen
ments at Hagerstown, Fredtritk or Cum
A h ither dispatch
reports the eastern
x;ep Wincbestrr, all Culoo
Hilary corps in Ha.er town at one.
Ahe indications here Indicate a reaction
appear tc be mor hopeful
Busn river bndga was fired last tveninr
and totally destroyed.
A pasiei ger says that Gen Htrney was
aken prisoner at Harper' Ferry by a de.
achmeot of irginit trnop this mnroirg
n. iiarmy let. wbetliog fcr ihe putpo.a
lepcrtiug him-e- 'f
fore tbe train reached Harper'.. Ferry it was
oppea and a lumber of troops mourned
e platform, and ihe GeoerU bring pointed
out he wa immedianlr taken into custcdy
lie was in cmien dress, and was treated
There is no doubt ihat
aa soon as ih
Eiecutiv of Virginia is
vie acquainted wiia the ftct. General
arney will be
a waa tb case
iih aa officer of the Uatted Sates army.
ho was seised a few days sine ia Rich
Ia th western section of Baltimore a
number of American flogs were raised this
The sterner Lou stana armed this morn
ing fiom Norfolk with th Cai
mail. Ther was no news if any exciting
The lortlfication cn tbeeoastof Virginia.
and th approaches toN-.if.iand Ports
cuth were advaLcing
was this the esse f Nurloik, Craney
laud, and at the rsaval bofpnal.
The obs'ruetions near ihe entranc of the
port of Norfolk remaiuen, though vtsse's
drawing from o to 10 feel of wa er passed
freely ia tn 1 out.
tff.ns wer making to raisa Ih steam
Merrimse, tbe sloep-it-w- ar
Plj- mou'h and another wir vets. I. which, it waa
thought, would trove suco. esfuL
Sal !I""T!CB.- -T UB ANNCtL ELbCIIOf FOR
ll r.ct..r- - . f tn'-- i ttt.tutl..!. and
tank, thi- ttfl - if .l.a
n ao.ii)A t, the ctn s ir r
a p. dows
T ICHVtD villi DAT. A PKW KArlXRMd UP
e iU, n pr a cuiuia
ai.il ma plUa ewrtu. slaa
K. 0 U:vr-- .
mla al veiy kia
a as it a ijiiw" an n at.
s. an o.
HIS AO EN
tn af which ar af ta vary
a aiare on
firrra Street, 5 i. tX,
i..l iu warrant
P io'd riA.MOB
avrr a'tfe'e '
ei.lj .tr Fr.
M.S. M. A. ViitoV!,
Jim. 413 JeeTaraa
Tfr-- THR LIT
at wf rptr4
pllt art ar cat a era-n--.
At rerrynlle, Cecil county, on the east
r?T I. dr-- a - it sT v jttentt-Johnso oa Lova Ou of Rochefouside of the Susquehanna, opposite Havre do
TeCriVET FBI FTKAMk - FXNOV." las
cauld's maxims it: "Young women who
ut ka store e.iJU aaaa. hkciad- Grace, the Northern troops are cone, ntra
lu lha It.. a ai tiao.:
do not wish 1 1 appitr co imt es, and men of
Dg in large force, awaiting conveyance to
t ufBmo-- .ft troa l lo
advanced years who do not wish (o appear
tuc N ..Is S taa i lou;
he federal capital. A regular camp has
ridiculous, should never spe tk of love aa
Wo, 119 'JEFFI-RSO- n
been established, and guards plaated
F..r1. Bt . la. . ) nt Mil
Li-of a tbing iu which they could take part."
i.f .v.il . w iae blaak
Ua Monday night, while one or the
V. ropnl Nt.,1 Uurr&MM Mail;
Mrs. Thrale relate an amusing instance of
officers wrj going the rounds of the camp,
tui aud fAr.u-.b-1U Mjlti. at vry tow
Johnson's adroitness in escaping from the
Nana ai it
he was accosted by a aeuuoel, who deman
dilemma; "Js we l.a i been atying one day
ded the password, which the officer gave.
failed of receiving dignity
Thirty Good Hales for Sale.
secttnel, who either misunderstood him
frcm the manner in which Dr. Johnson
had forgotten the password, presented
IlATft TUIRTV GOOD Ml IRS FOR fAXK
l .Hi to . I IV'.
Thej taj re) ar I
treated It, a lady at my house said she
bis bayonet at th
officer. The tffi.-e- r
to ix vTt pal. HtHt m
would make htm talk about love, and took
ordered his guard to fire, which they did.
r measures accordingly, deriding the
ooi af tbeui a. re. rv.Mi.a
killing the aentinel on thorpH, nine baits
es wouii do aefl t co an.1 Ma I ham. Praatt
vels of tbe day bee iu.1.1 the treated about
a luiubtta ia LuutaTtl)- -. Str per be
entering his body. The sentinel was a man
'It is not,' replied our philosopher.
of family, and a resident of Philadelphia.
t5yTh comet discovered a few days
because they treat, as you call it, about
by Mr. Thatcher, or .tw lork.
Another version of the ehootioe of the
Ths Gfm of tha Season,
love, but because ihey treat of nothing,
has now become visible to th naked eye,
set tin el n, that sore of the volunteers had
that they are despic ible; we must not rid- and may possibly attain a considerable
AS J SCfii an-- JI AuaMIC.TaR1A.-- lr.
utiuied, and threatened violence to their
iae rrcal bra r.
icule a passion which be who never felt mtgnttude It id near
:.tv with M 041Us,
commander if he did not return with them
th star Asia
lUX ARr to
ever was happy, and he who laughs at
l'hilaiivlphia, aud that the guard fired on
between that star and Zeta, of the
ta.'' ao ii tiaih! arn a ui Tn
never deserves loiec! a passion which has same constellation.
the mutineers, killing one and wounding
Nolbiag definite is yet
Sweet Potato Seed.
Pr. a on'V Si c nf
rur.i Lie l.t-caused ihe c'uauge of empires and th loss knowa of
iMRMT Tti A' FTVABtB '
its future course or biilliaacy, cr
tiur f Avar of Tkca, ana tame
of worlds a passion which has inspired
l.a nae.t a d rr.i .a-tr t turn n
At the time when the above information
its possible identity with th long espeoted
t Poiai , ua.i
heroism aud subdued av irine. lie thought oomet cf Caarles V. No tail id yet visible,
ached na CTueadaT
mi. af viaala Iluar.aatlt- wraoldrr. Call a.ary FCjIK ir- Bt rm.at-.- at
he had already said too much. 'A pission, but from the large apparent diameter of tb
tun .1 U.0 tAatral
SoRtaiKt MlSIIAMfjCS-A- ri
umbered 1.100. under the csmmand of
rM. MoCtKI-RLLL' ,71
ia short' added be. with an altered tone. head,
p Imi Wtrl lay
Co' Chas. P. Dare.
it would appear to ba near th earth.
c .11 jnd xaaulaa
r4 al Sri it to
that consumes me away for my pretty
Th roads from Philadelphia
on. Pot ..i t be or r an a A a, hrataex
Fanny here, and ehe is very cruel,' speak- - d. ituita tr. Mtii t. n lie:, tui r. TUuiMay aad. '
TBB try lSaTAIT PROM TUB SCB- - JL
de Grace, and from Philadelphia
W. Fosdick. of Cincinnati,
vi tia Port ami oraveuav, j.
ig of another lady (ilui Barney) in the writes to the editor of th Press cf that
were rtportvd to be
xork aud other cities,
U3ni a ti j it
.! an-- Arrtn t..rml aim
ned witl troops arriving by every train
a Utnt au -i cut n e:ua a' kr tr..i.t trtk.As
ity, denying th statement that Signer
uvr aumaa. Had
:i a la I.
ranptrts were being eent arcund to
Oviedo, of "Diamond Wedding
draas. hue I tha
How tbkt Get off
JuJgj Harris, of half black, as stated. Mr. roadick is per
Havre de Grace for the conveyance of the
the Ocmulge Cirouit, has adopted a new sonally acquainted
rataraeJ t ate ar p'wa
Tne Susquehanna, faom llavre de
with tb gent'emar.
1 a. r.
J. M. BLAK R.
lal ao ina--PtKtai
Ail r.ainara. naat atata
plan of ridding his docket, cf assault and was on
A r;l 17. ISSI
nay to Annapolis,
Grace down th
wedding guests, and there
IMPRi. kO PoKTABLa MILLS ta'ttaaaOA Iraaca
battery cases wbtch is not a bad idea. At for speaks ih oard.
l iMti atui.
doubtless he the great military line if the
LATER AUK IT AL OP THE FLEET.
e.WLT WAi.Ml.Nna Srvaral (rtaaraaa iTnoa.
nes superior court, held last week, aa we
Irooa. acraaa, arruraa. SV.Uua. Pluirbar ParVa. .
I have just time to announce th arrival learn from the Macon Telegraph, t wo per
it was immediately published, and the reply
rnaral.v. A larva ack aa btal. at
The reported bnrnina; of the residence of of the fleet off the harbor.
MUTbe Chi. f of Polioe of St. LouU has
It consist of sons indicted for fighting offenses were
avr aua sa
arr ail 1 wt-- t
toil. Had not th people of this Stat the Gen. George Cadwallader,
Magnt.Ua, ibe steamers Btltio, Coatxcoalcos, Colum
notihed all free negroes and mulattoea who
THIRD ST., BET. MAIM AND MARKET.
hum a,.. a
dKcbarged rn condition tnat tbey should
Hint aa Mala and taa tlar,
aame right to puMioity in one caf as the Bush river, is inorrect
iw-rn- bia, B. K. C'ujler, J. 8 Sbriver, Ariel, enlist in the Georgia army, the Judge have no licence, or ar not permitted by
BaLTiaoaa, via Havbb sb G bagb, Apr 1
Htrriet Lane, Boston. Maryland, and the taking occasion to say to them they migbt law to reside with n tbe State, to leave it
'het Must we have aeereey on on aide,
forthwith, or else they ar subject to ar 28.
U .Vjrnr 11 cks and mrtil f the
Th following, from the Lexington
iuir from llavre
and nnrilirilw on lha nlrier
noulge their belligerent propensities by
rest and dealt with according to law.
meoibe a r Ihe east in
lnnof the State.
8 000 troop? from New York and PennsylaRLiCAaaa op tbb
Statea fired at Fort Observer and Reporter, lays bare the un- - vania. Tuey are now landing at the Naval fighting Linouln'a men without fear of fine
stanidf.r Freo crick this morning. Th
CRUTCHEH Si HcCRSALT,
itlgated selfishness of the Cotton Confdi
meets ai noon. The G ivernoi'a
Hs-y- Tbe spring tide tor Pike's Peak ht
SuaspUr oateneibly, but the shots were
At Ma. ATT Wala a taraa rtoora balaa LualaniAa not
already set in. A company has just left mes-sgwill te sent in to morrow, and an
wa of Vora Regiments, woih lauded on Minday,
aimed at Virginia, Kentucky and oihtr eraey, and show for what purpose
RVCFIVIlvi LA HUB AQDIT10NB
Prrsh. Fat aa Lna km, amy aa ira frvat their bed.
that rezion, and a advance copy wiil be forwarded, if possi
ARB WOW a. Ct.i. aa--l trtuafaana. On fiaa TO
states that he has made th following dis company with eight rir
It waa to bring them to. the border States ar wanted. We are to marched fjr Wasbingtou this morning
teams aod forty head of ble.
mvuul a larte and aat.aauui aaauruaaaa ad
horses, hailing from Wiacon:in,
that tha attack on Sumpter was made, be the euffdrers, whose families ar
Eichmosp. Va , April 27 It is ret? or' 1
the Editori tf tht dtouuvillt Journal t
Snip, Elaa-wf Da;, pi arar,
through Musoatine, Iowa, on Friday, on
I take a bar of brais, which, when welch
uhjectei to all the horrors of war while To
Sumpter waa of little ooosequenco to the
ere ihat a di'pi-cha been received by OXaSJSXT
Laotl,i i)iiaa aad taaa
For some icn dsys past I hav bien in
their way to the land 1 f gold.
d ou the earth's surlaoe, am unity weigaa
be Cottonocrats, in languid etee and safely
lrom Mr. Lameron, :
lm tAf.rboilar4 Toilet auraaI
Confederate Statea not worth the powder
Crab, Canllflower. Cncambarv, aad Tomataea,
oity, ecgngid iu fin etrnest and faithful
When I a'cend up three
retary cf War, whe'her if he cam
protected, are to look at our airugg'es. Can this to
ttia mr-- t
iffoi-two things; fir-- t, to ni.l-- s la the atmosptitrs bu t weighed the
spent on it; but tha iiorder States were
ry-DaniFirh, a gun manufacturer. Richmond he wotil l b protect d, hia rur- - apu F untile supplied.
CAWBtt a ro.
Kentuckiane do this T
arm tha S.ate, b tnat Le nuy b able to brass bar, it actually weighs, by a spring doiug business at 66 Fulton street. New po.e being to ask for
worth shooting at.
an armistic for sixty
One cf our most defend her people if assailed, and to mainbalance, seven and one half pounds,
A Cakdlo Avowai
rive York, was arreted Wednesday on the charge usj s.
Virginia has fallen, and it was assumed
position ehe may finally miles np it only weighs three and one- - of treason, by th V. B. i'eputy Marshals,
intelligent and reliable farmers returned a tain whatever
Kentucky had; and an experiment
Nxw Tork, Ayll 27 Cotton sales POO
WH'SXY, B3AN0Y, WINES,
rrcat is me cause or tuts? and Dr.Sabot was arrested for misprision of
ay cr two sine lrom yaw Orleans, ana assume in the ccn'eet now threatening to fourth p
made by a requisition for troops,
They were taken before U. 8 bales, at trom 13JQHo for middling up
informs ns that dtirine-- a portion of his trip involve and det rev tbe wholx country; ihe want of atmot-- hereto preisur on it, treason.
.Vlarke ltu. bete aVraah. aarvb aid.
and th sun's atttao Ion, whiah beocmes Commissioner Morton, and committed for land. LoHee attue; kales cf K o drairreo:
n. Howell Cobb, o and, se coolly, to cultivate friendly relatione
which wa t be kept aeeieu
the South, the II
about half the lot w
n' I; the ha'ar.os waa
ruf.te9, and preserve
with tb itoiUtr
mor apparent th nearer we approach its trial
Georria. wa a paseencer on the car a
dispo.fii of a' t
points on th rout Mr. tbe peace between Kentuoky aud those orb.L.
Captaii Joaaa Not Hcao. W gay an him. At different
gdijuA Lowell paper relates that a woman and melas&e uu 1.
Cobb addretaei the people, and he invaria Stat e9.
. aua aai.l faalar. ta
item th other day, as did journals in bly aatd to them
gty'Th followiug dirpatch from O.-Wh
in that city has gone crazy from her belief
These object I deemed onmmen-Iab'Tb Herald has a dispatch from a special
that tbey might now
general, that Captain Jones, who was dismies all apprebenHlons of any hostilities patriotic, aud believed tbe people of Ihe Leslie Combs, cf Kentucky, was reoeived in that ens was haunted by the spirit of tbe correrpoodva. sent lo Pensacola. who war
black burglar who was shot in Nawburyport
not allowed to reach ther. 11 dailved
whole Sta'e wou a. regardless oi an party rlew York city on Tuesday t
MX'B X'KTfl OF HAitalT.
PLITB AI- sPEtTrrLLT I P 1W4TBB PUwl IOTBaT
barged with getting supplies late Fort iu their midei and return to their planting
1 VaLe u Bow ia reenVt. aarfupaia aaNrtaaautai
SJrae months ago. 8 he never saw him ia authentio lulormvion of lb condition of
fujxrvsi, sr. April n, ism.
had been nunkideraiioop, teoind my efforts to acooui
P.ckeas, had ben hang by a Mississippi duties; that tothth theater of war and tbere pi si then la tins conbdetit expectation To A. L. f irrmCTS
her lifetime, but fancies herself well ac affair there. To tk 3oth then bad beea
btauy pajtuf fa cite-mob, while ob hia way from Florida to it would be kept. This is just what these 1 have been, to scmo extent, uisat poiutei
no action, andQ.n Brtt ha iaumated ht
Can we get quainted now.
Mr. Critteaden is absent.
mass of tbe cunens of arms aud money for
inabl.lty to reduce Fori Pickens.
vbi e the pieit
New Tork World cf Sou'hern State desire; and it is simply an
tatrartn aan antflea to-aopartAataa bs tb trad.
gskThe five great evils of Ufa ar said
have nob'y stool br me, many onion? When and hos;
loa His army i said to I demora'lid.
l fl ttir II bliRnA UCKh, saala bt erder.
Thursday blows np th story a good deal open avowal of what has all along been Ice Louisville rusted,
by a lloosier editor to be standing coiuru.
LES. LIK COilES.
white some have assailed
They precipihas alio intimated thai he al l aoc purely
purpose of the Disunlonists.
boots, ro.s women
higher than th top of tb imaginary gal tate tb revolution, bring on war, aod now ma. Prominent, most prominent, among
Mrs. J. A. BXtTIIB,
Eight Vnitel St net
The following is the reply :
oa the defensive
. thimd a.vo rotmTH.
bt PvCRTtl SntTTT.
of tbe Journal,
lows tree in saying that "Captain Jones
vessels were off Fort Pickens on th 21st
OP cuth i ?w. waob v
wish and expect to change the eoene or thse. have been the euitc-rr Vol. April St. 1WL and bad whisky.
IBAVk A LAautST c
my T On. I.nui Coxnt, Frankfort, Kr- a. .vpraiy S taa c.l aa oaual-- y .
whom I now address.
nstant, their guns
who twice failed in attempting to get pro. desolation and strife from their soil to ours
Arxuo im Noam Caboliba Th Rieh
urate, auleb I uiiai la
wi-.willing dupe of intention was to treat these assaults
Kentucky will not be tb
Oan. Wool sent your disra-clo the Presi
ii oei evtd i?ey wouta itax tie
M a call, at hi ftu if
Pickens, haa been in Wash
vision into Fort
mend Dispatoh of th 20th says
Considerations affecting dent by express.
aavy yard and forts aduoeat.
No telegraphic eommunl
the- - aroh agitators and dis urbtrs of the
St) bi.lal,ovper-tt"sttUifr. Trap Umiu i bwe all! cat lainlv aia uia a vaU. .ad .
ia at ill aliv and
BgtoB within a week, aid
'General Ransom, of North
t ie publio interest and the publio peace now oat ion.
u bUa Our
arrived her last evening, and reports that M lU'girnery en ihe d
A. L 8ACNDER3.
in luce ne to make this statement,
to try to feed hia friends at.
la atora and a aaleMAJUBALL B IT BRRT OQ.
Davis was making
well, aad able
the New Tork Ex and to ask you to puolioU it.
Mr. Siuudera also eent the following averv Federal post la that Stat has been activs pieparations ie attack nasbisgtoo
I fight hi fOS for B good tlm
Cloths CasAlaercB aad
Arsenal 70.000 He saw troops m
t.ktn. At Fayettevill
press, of th 21st inst., has this paragraph
My desire at the outset was to assemble eommutiiiution to the 1 rest Jest :
And aw raar aaarp r
ip ta r.
akltk I alU a
stand of arms wer captured, including They received arms and tqutpments at
l'Utreciotnio lai'st-- a.aa au a mv cwifni a
MlSom of th ardent admirers of In reference to th position of Kentucky , the Legislature tor tte second time la ex To TSU Z k alienor, A t7itt iui Ltncu n, Ad1 St. Miltb 23,000 of th most improved pattern
alh -tu Imi
p. Vp Pa P.blte
r n VOVTOOM,,T
l'iitta-biatae, T..iii- gom liy, V C
port erect. traord na-- 8?9ion, plaoe tho exignncy of
"Amid th din of battle, with
Shakepear assert that he anticipated mas
l.tar t, Dapuf A Co. Brardri
Ken1 a. of Taaesreee, was at
the tit ate tLfeuses agatu before it, and let
the malt) ot Kentucky asrurues the poB bt. Xt
op a Bauboao Bbtbob
Old Kentucky still keeps pace to the raut-iIbi
Fall or a Sraa
of th discoveries of suooeeding times, and
al Jaeraoa aTrer.baiarra
When, sition of a strict "armed plu rality," re
ctnoladiag arrn;ea.nl for b at sra aau lur aua brVARA
that bodr assume all
of the Union, lue dirpatcbes from Louis
BALL BA1.BRRT A CO
testing the new bridge for the Troy at
sending two thousand
ther ar a good many thing to be said in ville how flat her people are making a however, I l (fleeted that this imperative maining in the Union, no: permitting troop Ia
Railroad, over Green river, i
duty had twice been Ignored by the came frcm the Confederal
Slates to pass over Grnfleld Mass., on Monday, aepaaof 120 cu
drif, to Ila't'iiior and W.ahisg A I" a a aad MrBSSToRATtXI.VAVIOBS BaJAJ 9,
support of this view. For instance it not beroio stand there on a new issue the Issue
body 1 was about lo couvene; that ibe meet
tno, to aeeri y cpsiat la aa attach atax
her soil, will it be necessary for th Federal Deerfleld.
d tMOflAtL KAinRtT A CO.
rudntii Cantrc't-n- e?
th circulation of th blood indicated in Of IaDXPEHDSBCE AfD ABktaO NlPTBAl IT; Ion wonld cost th treasury from 520,000 to Government to march its trsops through feet broke down, and en man waa kUle
and if tbey can only maintain that poaition,
Th person who
and two other injured.
thee words, "As dear to me as ar th
Ihe fiuanoea of that 8ute when required to send tbem South
Th contejera'e states ar Ta a stat or
who knows but that the U ire Branca may 9 O.OvC
suffered jumped upon the cara, against th
banbcfe I- '- alu-- a.
Ma lrv.rt-1- .
I bS raanaldt
ruddy drop that vinit this aad heart'
in (b dark and bloody th Mat wa lttiie able to btarj that timt to suppress the revolution in th cotton warning of those In authority
l.jsi J'O. a
j t lak
kav. 1 - f
people are confidant.
In eoua'.ry U ia
means unlikely tb
ears ana years oenoe, it may was of the utmost consequence, and that States !
oBsider it by so
8! It CP;
A. L. laC.tDtR?, af ra4aah. If,
fdaa tMilanaa aua pranipAy ILad. f vrv t VAT
must elapse before any drfialt
lai of mub law, and peopl ar
aiek and weary of
J M b' a e a aa.laat i.aaivaa oakuak J a era
t&" Armed vessels bow guard Ih harbor
,., Id t s h..,
th idea of th lectrio telegraph flashed in be that our countrymen,
Of aAnraa no response toth above ean be
Di'Paiebes f'um L uncord N. rl , say that
mutual alaushter, luav com together and
of New York, between sundown ana sua ex-- 1 resident rirree, ia obedleae to a tale
Tt !- .- a iiavb ji
th groat poet' mind when he spoke of
T) e V'yan
i a Tm, .tj ty a fraa, vivl ia
embrace eaoh other oao more, under th
ugrapbto dipaia fraa in 11 ia Mr lager
M quick lie."
tp i revent lha d
Th English language could raced abades of At-- land, and over tha
..in ii in ilii
oil, f V , has g n io Philadelphia aad
grav Of Henry Clay "
not furnish a more xat description.
t.ai Ac. Tuir.
aad landed in Ual lm re oa ih ;tun if mediation between A SAa.y PLiOl'H M BrILj MA I BXIkA RUbttB
rcgu'arly forCubj, pel
n'MHu. auuriiiu i or N. br
BKLA. MKT A
Tbb CaKTBircoAi Oca Th centrifugal
im.rM taa aw
IrB- - Dr- - E-- L. Dudley haa been eleoted
the C. 9 Lf.iv.im A ? To?
,.wt Aatua-- bat turn lanuj a baaa aad
steam gun of Mr. Dtckerman, on exhibition
1 he eflic
li u d
mt.r I - r- aUJres--- r
eomnmaadaat of th Home Guard at Lexing.
the bluer or'
aw crate, aaairvau
a , ,rw i rw.
i thi ai'y for aoma lime past, baa been
Cor Asthma. oor is u dir 8a
rurvrillaaee, aed ao
if ing iheui
toa, consisting of (pur companies. It U t
'I - J .iuri
purchased by the eity. and will be used ia
aal Iiiim m'nad uia aarai
IlT Wasuirg'oa ar paim t ed I
PLT OF PR. KIT-,- a m Bg
a ha vb pit
itl rif Cte.lit, Ac, to buk
v i a ai. wrvrt,
r;eilBseleotion, and he will make a very its tjeleose. Th gua Is something lik a
,.f fr. .
ihoc of a puva. or aitiCaD
trii .. .'. ' rr e 8omtirn withdraw McUKiuaa Ui l e..
wiil throw three
Fleam fir engine, and
S fttes. nai teo
H.Ct.iaa A CfB l.UUO paj ii" t
hundred ba'.ts per miaat. It is th inlea- &
All ih station of ih Atoerlcaa Te'
'1 aasrrcs the South
t Sr V
ataam ariau aav. baUau wa Mal la atar aad aw
ruu b rre Fv.
plant th gun at
for Snu- h -f W nnderstacd that hloees B. Mor tion of th authorities to whioh tb invading
t rsch Cimaary are gia
J' o p. ' be well
nro battVi-v- lit .
A B. BrRRBtRTlT.
the bead of th atreet af
n. wf Xex'iagton, la bona appointed
Part of ihe aervio WiH b
v , ir laforme l
1.1 Wa-Stroop attempt to maron, and by signals to
LiJtBaATEO PAIEXt I performed ay tuamboats belwa lfsxry1
t betwaeaLaxiagtea and Leoi,
that r:ry ia-- r i.tt ,
olear th s ret of eltiins and sweep the
rr, wiafiBj co. ' vuie, aua aaanpoii.
Mrs. J. aTbEATTIE
H. Ferguson & Son,;
J. H. MONTGOMERY,
um, mm i wsm
REPLY TO UXJO.Y DEI
An additional boat will b running ia a
Commuaica'ion with Washington by beat
aad tars is now frequent. Rate sam a
RrcawoBB. April 23
W. B. Dobbin, of
the Odd regiment, arrived her last Bight
represeai that ther ar only 4,000
troops in asbington.
Mix thousand troops
from South Carolina arrived at Richmond
Utaaisacao. Pa , April 27. Tha forces
at Harper' Ferry believ that General
in Richmna4 with 7,000
It oops. Th Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Is carrying previsions lo Bali i more.
Muoh quiet debate ha been heard among
leading parsons her, relaiiv lo taking
Lolumtji dam on th Sutq lehana
thus catting off ihe waier frcm tb tide
AlTD OP IS Bl
water canal lo step th surp'y of
and HtVB JrrF BrWTYVT a.
provisions from reaching Ctluuor by Ihat
APRIL 28, 1861.
ta. at. k? paM ta arraaaa.
aaaaasrr at, ar ailr taataia aneta.
, BI Sbaaaa
Waaaat laa uraaa I aay. Sat vaa
aen, Tiinio. Cane.
aad fwttliBCtuil ferpt.fr?,. rMa
af th b.i l.va, etc br tbl,
tt h nr.al tb t ta
laa aonu-i- al -t liir
c.M vr iwi t wr a'l,
flat J frMia
ta l...ptVan-aaay tlirlr
and rlriua tbn uo aa r 'tim tblr
DEMO C RAT.
some cf the dirordtrly
population of Ohio assembled on Friday at
Ciaeinna'i to ex pre their dissent to th
letter cf Governor Dannijou and tba City
CouaoiL Their lesolutlons were of ju't
aueh a character as we mght expect from a
disorderly mob, unrestrained by any tense
of repon'bllity, and eiger for any change
in events that might, or rather muit, bene
W ar perfectly aware
fit their fortunes.
that the immense numbers which have ben
thrown out of employment in that populous
and hitherto prosperous city f jtbxi a mate.
ready for almit aoy movement.
man, the animal, ii deprive 1 of hla dnily
t liiaiiS all the nobler leelicg sink, or beThere
come subservient to baser passions.
Is bo arguing with him, and in whttever
direction ta turns his eyes, if he sees fcd,
ha will wish to obtain It We are disposed
to look at these acts as the fruits of tbese
turbulent times, and are little disposed to
py the slightest attention to the id e
vaporing of those who compose the mob
We are ouieelves nU exempt from the curse
of such anarchical movements, but thanks
to the much-abus- ed
institution of the South,
it li sot so bad here. W have every confidence that a firm executive at Columbus
and Cincinnati will, for the rautaal benefit
of the two States, exercise
Cbntrsl tli&t will rrerent disasters. We
would have about the same right to qutim-with them upon euoh a mitt :r as they would
with us because a troop of filibuster, unauthorised and discountenanced by the civil
and military authorities cf Kentucky, went
to join the armies of the South.
In fao'.. we would prefer that tbese men
of Cincinnati, who are pro 33 pt in got ting up
meetings and proposing a p ilicy condemned
by Ohio and the ci'y of Cincinnati, wjuld
si retch their valor a little farther, anl after
the example of Colonel Duncan, take their
rowdies to Join Lincoln's army at Washing
Ion. If there can be any df greet in
a movement, we must respectfully give our
suffrages to Colonel Duncm. He at lean
took hia men from the city, and did not
leave them here to disturb th peace and
harmony existing between the Sta'es. We
honor the regard fjr the American flag that
these Cincianatians profess, and would be
p'eased to hear that every man who look
part in that incendiary meeting, had screwed
his couraga to th sticking pWee, and gene
' ff to defend it. Unfortunately, however,
these are not the men who go into fuoh
uowholesome latitudes. It accords better
ith their patiiotism to remain at home,
and by incendiary speeches, to precipitate
two great Statee caueeleesly into a quarrel
We put it to them with the very inicnsest
respect whether there was any psrilo'ilur
amount of valor displayed by their move
meat, and whether tbey do not think thut it
will reai rather discreditably abroad; after
the movement of the other day.
The persona interested ia this are the
merchant, the mechanic and the farmer.
is not worth while to enter into any dis
cussion upon th coLStitutloaallty
position Kentucky has assumed.
England 8.1 es refuted their quota in the
war of 1S12, just a Kentucky does now. It
is within the discretion of (he Governor
t a State to comply with th requisition of the President for troops or not,
and his refusal to do so no more makes the
Stat hostile to the Sag than did Governor
Denntson'a refusal to give up the fugitive
Lg3. It Is not a constitutional obligation
on the Governor to do either. Tha moral
obligation, however, Is very strong. Agalne.
thia is to be placed the higher duty of
protecting our citixeas from the horrors ol
oivil war. Kentucky must be neutral, and
will maintain that position steadily.
W are satif Bed that the better portion of
th citiiens cf both States, without regard
to mob convention, whith, In the one State,
bbri. k out egaiost inter-Sta- te
and in tha other for immediate Secession,
11 oppose these
wild m ivements.
Such a meeting as wis held in Cincinnati
tha other day needs hut to cross the river
to beocme rank D eunion. The authoritative eipreuicn of the will of the people of
both Statta, however, is against these
mobicraoie?, and wa feel disposed to regard
he latter very lightly, knowing that in both
State tb great popular heart is for preserving the present amicable relations.
gijr I' eceme that
kTri-- K. WILLIAMS.
BTATi AT LARGS,
JOHN J. KITTENDEN,
..APRIL It, IML,
of tha Third end Poarlh
!. I Mar
V arts at tr. a
AtaT JAkihS HALL la a aaacidM
Pr Caaanabia, In
Thk--a Dxtot. Firm and Eixth Wards, at Ua mu m
M. X t CNC IX m a eB!ldae (br Oooatabet at tha
IU rvx, auBipew of taa IWd aa4 Fourth
Ward, at ! rraa-aW. J. WORM AS a
Vi art aaibura4
candidal Vr Om aba la tha Penoai DttarVL. caat- paatd f ta Tairu aeJ
Card, at the .ieut
Lav 'tact an.
JOHS 11 FA.F,R to a ranHdile Iter
f taa Pi.
Ooatatie la the T..lr
aad Sixth wfts. at the engine Mar e rcihta. a) U ita
ta annaa-c- r 0 T HARRIS aa a
and del for On- -i 4a tn th F.'at Wet riot, eompnaed
f taa Fiw. DwU and Tenth
aria, a. Ua nuU
Kay alret CD.
V an aatkorsrd ta annnar DTCK
can. LUtr f.t Tarata1 la In t- - Pint Dtt rlct, eoaspaatd
aeouBA end T.ath Ward.
at M dta
We r BK)"ed ta anaiooca J. BT IARECKSON aa
at tn la- - Fim Dairies, eompeeed
earytwiale W C
a Ok ptrtw Second end TauiA and, at tba aawhif
Kay rtfrt aa.
WJL a. 0UCK1 at a
to asco-We 11
i ac.tabi la tar Thi Dtatrlot.eortrafla'
aacdt 'a-- a
taa r.flk ao4 B rJi WanU. at Ua tcaalsc Wty
ftHXY 1TTIS04 tl aaVMnU tor Oonatabia la tba
taaPUtaa4 8oo4 vrania
at taa atxninx Kay atactica.
B IfcrH EPfoad Tax Cc
I ar MiliiU
B a. MtT e caadMat tar rrirti a t h ef
fnrUM la tk P with IVairla, rant note I of
the rVPiarth and ilehth Ward, at tM cunint May
D. W. irEYDSSSOX ht
an.1t r Cotatat- - ef
aid Third Btraat, Urmtn
MftrkM and J.Iramu.