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Miiall'he taken by, states,
' COM.-"euch stilte havinu one
, ± ar f ' e li en; tition .twet-tutrait of
n ' l ' lll * it of the states
~ ':o4;t"i*.ltt!lrtii ',tt/Wr Li ce , And if the.
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I 1 . 1 twit choose a
c ok - o(.`.ftilwesentat , yes sla
, •P"r444lo4 4 tilitt,*v . er,' tite,r , i f ht of ch i ie diy . .r
vpoinAherd, before, the -foprt t
" • o ° ' 11 i ' le , y c ki o li our nette Tice-Pre t7d
it as in the case o
IVP,FO atdenV . 4 d h ia bili ty o f the
‘' President? •
the ,- rent „ t number
•v;"ll6±"ticur : 'll be the 'Vice
_ f „ e
ifle ' ule PT e t t b r 'r a l p e no il in ul te nj il, r ; r id ° if ' ; ' 10
WAttle' tlit q lber " ). e e " then from the t wo
i t i a :l 9 (A t ri h Senate sha.ll
hiihrect• numbers• on. the list, e
Viee.President, a . , quorum, for
• -° t - of iwo.thirds of the whole
• perpnir shall can't'
~ a moiocity at the
,r Benatore, so°
'hall he necesserY to a
*kola nitMlier'*, constitutionally, ibellglbte
f''3 But t to
person 'd itc shall be eligible t°
f the United States.
hat firicetrresident o e
irterstpr•V!tr,A9orpos. or TUE CONSTITUTI,9II,
AMENDMITNTS. , •
TV4 Constitution, • Ele;ptember, 1787.,
1 1 .19it i tityt teif,,knientitnents, . December,l79B.l79l;
-00,1i1o0Jkiti.Arirtacidnieot , Bth January,': Bepteraber.lB94.
' Vitt,t7o Skri aria. .:-PotiotAs
testae` married;. and in both in.
peculiarly 'favored in his choice.
11,1s:fitst wite-Weeittiedattghter of , Col. Robert
thitfii` iiitnekinghaM : couritY; NorthCaroli-
Pa "whom he'Wed e 18. 7, one month. after
his tia . 'the'penrite; . This Jody'
joyed the aiinkiration iir.4 . .respect of a . large
~ririk.khir'oWn and . liusbantis friends; did in
•-• IVS.shirttliit'4.lrMary 19, 1853 I eav ng. t
eime, and `a rlaut.l er.• • The latteran infant-'
littyiVed btr ‘ potber. but er.few .monthei; the
are c tiv , intelligent. la il s
'theNapil Martin, Judge bouglas
teCaiiiiii.frbtri'Ver . fit father a 'deed of .ceitaill'plan•
rations,in , KirisitisippL y wi th. the Ili yes thereon
This', degy.h.irtirne&iti\ely'•returned, to • Cole
. ..rtfn .not ? , - riii
Ma' \re teri.va saidlathsSep •
iita,,.dihoenurin ISO: any sympathy 'with aboli
. Or the'riltolitiOn movement, hilt for the
r:eason that . i . liein a ! M
not thetn an by : birth;
.. .•hy . ed&C]eitiOri rincl,iesidepe . e, rind intending - al
reiiiiitt, an elf; it wris impoviible'for
underslrind and proVide for the wanti,
,• .•,e r pittfOrts and bappinesi of these People."' .The
iAllipe.ich',lc.rmWhich`thiri sentence is taken was
the'derith of Mis t Polies's,
ittrepli t'olan littack'hy'SenitorWade of Ohio,
fie•itt Mr.' Douglas -hest traits; being
tnatily, ,frank ectuallyi , tender in feeling • and
coorregeoun tn tone, • •
rrohilhilariOnd wife and' Widow, was
•-• Miss', Aifele.'•"Cutts,'deughter of flop. Jameti.
''Madison. Cutts,: Of . Washington; ai singulerly
• beautiful 'and..., accomplished lady, with rare
geialittev of, head; and` heart. Their mutual de•
to evil - other furnishes a'• touching epi;•
riedie In public:career :of the ...dead states
-. 'mai.. :The country I'oll . o Mrs. • Douglas .be
'cigar? she love&and sympathize& with'and hon.
orridlier .husband not less. than for dier own
• 'Wait sake,. She is nut alone in her glief-...a
.nritionts Widowed with her. ' •• .
- • —• •
. • . .
Folltlef fVIZIV;; —Mr. Crittenden • made a. epiect
st. Leatingten,lry., lest week, thus' definind.his
•,. ~ pcifition.es candidate - far.f'ongte‘as: - • 'The •
first great object whiCh he ardently 4 - 16
etre& wee that this:*eiehoilltl,b.e Put an eildjot
:,:thatAhe,loniet:it e:entietted; . .the more'devasta'-
• • ling,it:hecarae.Ctind:ta the.end . ef.parificatipti,.
: • , ind„the'resteletition ofthe kindly feelings which
',vit ., e prevailed' itaiongst the happy and prosper,
‘ehole.ani4ie-i.„be..devetcd, if,itahould be the
:the.peopte to confer upon him the
reapeasildertiltst.orrepresenting them. In'
wat.d)oojuglition he ,Wne oreioseth• and, while
he was iiiiit6fied • that.,the• - Goyernment . 'did
-cfutyln the .preparation
hat made (Wend Capital,
yet liels/multi:heir:pp:eyed' at any moment to
....)ifitV.-.*.hstltiiing-hOld arrest; the farther pro - 7
•• ',krises of' tiaisaimatti'ret conflict, ..1 : 11r.
. - .:,.he'dealatecl;..veei not the President !if
responsible for. nor
• ;;P,r,epared,fo tfuetain the policy. of that function-
.f.;inialn,,•hoWeyer•,, was not the CiovetnL
menti although chaiged , forthe time with, its
dieteciallegiatieg te,hini,'. or . his
,creerl,lie , was,,
:iti,heliad-ttlwaye.Prcitestied to be - , to the
.Coustitutionio(hie country; utider'lltich
„natieitiihat(„hegn.to.prosperous,- the. people
~freO:and,happy,,and the.hlesiingi of which ate
innumerable:" ••••:-. • •
that„ in . his
every 'Means etiOuld he reserted to; to
restore the••l4l,eisinge of peaee,
ha!fif . iloVen unimpaired the. nohle
'll'o Ittit ions' whfch. ve - Com e delve. .us
lovveirnY• .tha .sittetion' Of our: revoluOopary ;
to„thitt end he' declared, first,- that
• !the'„S'cinrhi?in•StateS,shoUld present' to Congres s ,
a fair,statemeet of the:irieiran
undri.:4liiefi "they lehor; that: when Pre
-11) Con'gr,ess :of the United Statei
• citex,,,ifor..thpee-:.grievanceet,. and if • .Congreis
• • ...ifhafild.nOt:de.eo' he.:w:enilti'not; vote one defier
Jt the •
next prete,4„lf the'Sctuth'should fail . to
0 .47, t , gy i . ey . aic e a view to ad,
jatatMenf,,theß thatAlke:.North:eheald:pro m pf l y
tflOyed that ,wouldhe.4,,ei.the: effect'of.:maintain.!
..--!'ing:the,.Lieni;preser:yink.. d.ev e inreent; and
gOO tolthe Ain.natuiel;Wite.f4, ielach
• •40e - ico - a - tifeyjs . tnyied.tied.' • ;In ,the event ttivt all.
inaurias,'employed;fn this patr . fotie. - and.: n..ahle
: • P:ttf4l.o.!,ri.,h.ould,b...fail,-;:and, the
Of„OPinien. that Kentookt' .
Ahlle.:ft , e!,:wae'net.;:n'oyi;.•; . under the, cant
tiOntingepey.irteiii limed,' tie twnuld
, aiiyr_,,nlid'loyal soil ;of Ken
.14,1:10A.#,.•:h4,4?::_di,iiinii 'it .Iwhit' ii
A, • ;11 11
j4sse.• 4 •: , '
Ali 44. .t.4.4o,4.o.o,o6iiriop'; , ,' irii;ius
s r r' M stall Oho a -
0/110Itil 40eourit ot'tho Btttlo at
, • ~ ,Z kr,rptison Crry,lunc 19. •
The' "steatter:Rtinshine, from , 13boin" , ille
confirniotien of..the defeat:of
the State-fords Monday., Tlit: akin I
of is tot '-received, but
the loss or .the ,Sttite trdops,f is 'not met'
tw'epty: The Vedeial. tfoopi,lostlWo
nino.wounded ; and_ one .tnissing... The
State troopsnuiptieted, offer 2;ooo,antllost
1500 stand of arms, a'consideM amount ble amount
of a munition, storts r and a limn her pi' liersei3•l
and mulPs,'., Goy. Jackson is Suppbse,d, to
The stetuner Macon was met .st, Arco _
Rock with the" State. troops on board.
,is thought they Will
,make another Stand.. at
Lexington under ool.:Weighttuan, former
. . .
EroO. Lyorh, :pith. OA - steepen Jatan;
McDowell Mid - City .of wertvap
proacifirig.l3oOriale..MOnd ay mornin,. , lie
espied a battery. on the met bank, 11.6 miles :
. at. Adatris:Milli.. •' ire turn- .
etl' back and/went &ow abOot 8 Miles
w and landed . his Toros - . 1.,706
Melt , and font •tiela leaving '• - one .
hundred Man to guardlln3 boats.
it) . che.sford.: road; when •Witlii n. six ,of
Boon‘ 111 . , lie was attacked by - the - .State
tree 3;066 . 6tron,coindei• COL.:Little, Who .
ii6r44 .- cou6ealed under - a: thick untlergrOWitli .
and wheat fields. ..-• • ... -• • • ,
-- .:.Aftcr a sharp Ogbt..tbe,Stsfe troops were
ri v,en back and their cninp at Baeon'S farm
3 tuilea• below Boonville •on. the.river, With
its 611 . 46,0, prOvisions, horses, Wait ta
`lo;ii;: • The. State . troops retreated : 61.64)
BoonVille:in great disorder:" They .were
poody ay med. 'and :badly !Ass .
.of Federals, four 101 ed and. nine .wounded.
FoUr State tioopa are, known , to be wound
ed. ..,:rtbc FedeTul :soldiers illy Abet many,
more of tha State troops iy re - wOunded;,and
thev . speak :of walling Over a 'number. o
dead: bodies.' • • • • ' ,
Gen;Lyon aißl Col. Blair wero in, the
thielce . st of the fight. None of the oaken;
wero hurt. . Opt. Builie 'of St. Loui.ilind
his sword .b . rolien by a shot.
_.•, Dr. Qoarles,
of the State forces, lint] a prominent citizen
of 13oonwille, we're killed.'
• 'rho Federal troopß say ; only 500 0 . their
men Wm in the_hottle, Gen. Lyon_took
home 60 or 70 prisoncrip.but released them
all this morning. Large.numbers of State
troops, wlio were.from BoOnville,: . are • re:
turning under the.; terms -of Gen: Lyon's
proclamation. Several see..ion' flags were
capturi?d also' several 'prominent Secession=
fists.. tinny persons; heretofore Secessionists,
have been converted, to Goion wen.. •
, Gen, Lyon and'his Men have made a fay-.
orithie iMpresSion on the people.. . •
• on.,tho tnornimv of.the battle; Goy. Jack
son waS ori . .hls way : to the camp with (J pt.
Kelly's company. embarking on the steam.
or 'Macau, and . Jackson' and staff left forthe
Vest on torsphaelt t • • •'.. • .
Some Of the fugitive. slaves troops took
the Arrow Rock and:• Lexington railroad,
and 'some wentiowaids Georgetown. It is
thought they. Wild : tnnke another. 'stand 'at
texington..• Part of the. Federa l. troops .are
quartered in liespeiian Hnil. in 'this' city;
and halanee .with the 'steamers at the .
fair .gyOundsi' halt.a 'below where Gen.
Lyon •lis head : quarters: - Reinforce,.
Merits are. expected on the Steamer January ;
,WheNiC.is thought Cho: Lyon would pro,
coed westward... • '
• '.C01.. Blairhas became very pOpular. A
man who ofrorOd . $5OO to any one',wbo
would shoot Col. Blair, •was arrestea, but
subsequently tehinsed-bY Col. B.•
: 7.. C 01... Little . whci:conitrsinkl the State.
Was formerly in the U: army, but
recently rosjgneil.. H. Was brevetted CSp
• tain. ton ttel'VIC,Q. in Mexico...." , •
• 'HoW SOME, or ; anti •JsitAvE • MEN 'DIET',
DE741.3 AT ofDitryea'n
men' wai•Stritelt in the left tirchstby ti round
shot frorm °tied the guns... The' ball, pass-.
ed completely 'through his boil , like.n: bolt
of lightning, leaving - a : hole trough Which
an.arin thrust.: • For, 11 ll
t the 'Poor fellow stood, ER:if 'paralysed,
and .then .drepped (lead, and Was bore hack
froth the position by: his companions.
s 1 t One..place.a-soldiv , i• was Ewen., sittin g
exposed - in the midst of the fire„, and hold:
p the heed of a comrade. wlm
had been-shot by : a yitleball through the,
lung::: The .face Of the .wounded- man : •was
ghastly pale f aml the bloOd. gushed . ou tfrom
ehe WOund;.and the:4(ll6 swent.Stond
oit his forehedd es he Wns byeatbing hiS last
and' , ON:Mg a parting
: injunction the:
brother* soldier who attempted - to Noth h i
A 'moment after he. too was struck, and a
rush . ; for Ward by the , .riy3r' rink concealed
both . . . • •' .•• .
• One of the Oen note k'in'g at the hospital
had a W,finnie: ball pas.s : through: his .wrist,
leaving the right hand hanging .loOsely by
one - or two:tendons - and peicea of:skin A
.comrade: by him,' w ith commendable
sauce of mind;.tOok n knife
.from his pocket
: and' completed the amputation: Air: Wen
artistOf Harper's - Weekly, Who .wns
in.the midst of '.6e . tight; a moment' after
found tlie:member-lying in the duet nppar
tly . oti cod: by': the : braye soldier who,
with untlinchidg.courarte still.pressett - on to
Setger4 - 06.odfelloW, • of :Col.
'l4`:lln's tiegiment, was mortally wounded in
the breast. IJO bruidod his musket to n
comrade. an,d Sey"ca•al flocked around ,
said rve'.got. to f..Y,9," and
he 'cilnePd liis knxids„up . on the wound:. "Oh . ,
Aon't.,:rninq ire. beiyg,!".llo ' . continued
!I • and
piessing away' thoSe::ivho:' ttetnpted tossup,.
sank ,down upon the ground.
Just at;,that it stunt his; Cglonol pn.ssedi'lind
Colonel ')...?tad . - •41iart , . , ;,C01.. Allen .turned.
ghastly;svitite,as Eye obseryed it.. jie
Vs Itivii.t*:tnneb- i6Oyed:„ . to ,speak,.
iiStocVolytei nvenp'elfe - death, 'Every, one'
iti,ttio.'te 101/ga Ilia 'ilergonnt . ,.. and
'.l.estlais - kNzky. f0;-... 7
. . .
: 1)1# (14: Proper/ 7ffi cer3
As,saireil.- . The , 1' On The.
Moho-- ne illob Scut lead.
• ' , :Aill•wAl7litm , „ Jane 24, 1561. i .
- The_feeling'against the. blinlis,•which has
hcew grOwing,. for c ,sonie :culminated
tiiiiiiriorning in an'attack on Wein by the ,
Mitclell'6•l3ank . rst attacked
and .• the furnitUre • . destroyed: M r,•
Mitchell; .with faiveral clerks, the
building at the Cline. Of the::rituick,.nue of
whcim was taken .out • • -
' . The' tifte'rwa'rdslittacked , the . .State
Bank Ofilfilmiu,kee, the Junean :Bank, and,
Martin's' 'ißrnbers' Ohio. .• The ',damage
doneto, these was.i'erY great. • The Mont-;
goineryGunrds, Cept..:O'Roifike, ere..call
ed out by. the Mayor, but:afer arriving oil
the,grinind refused .to act. The • Zouayes
were 'then called out, and fired on the nieb
with buckshot..::Fears are . entertaine that
there will be' sad work thlS'aft°rneon. • •
The. riot- to 7 day• caused a .grenter 195.4•• • Of .
preperty than . Was at:find supposed.'
attach•-is aseei , tnined . tO blien a regular
lyorganiied one, throughout:...
meetings_ - were held tlie4ipper. part•Otthe
city, and about' 10 o'elock,. this forenoon
the*ricdera marched fron:- the . Sixth • and
Nintlr-,Warda,:•through East Water Street, -
to the Mitchell Bank,attacking it witli . stOnes . -
and brieks;:soon• riddling the;witidiiivs coal
.•• : • •
The elelks . brirriCaded- the
. deors; in order
to gain. tittle o secure the valuables, •.Whick
they..did iii a great.. meaStire, • The mob
then Woke .down,the doors; and sooii strip=
lied the r00m.61, everything, throwing the
furniture and, honks into the. street.. - . - .The
State Bank on- tho . opposite corner, •and J.
B. Ma r tin's office• were- then 'attacked, and
s&rvectitt. like.inamiet;, • ; •
'The Bantr„Of Milwankee wniOilio.stoned,
but:Suffered little •clannige. • Alles 45 Me-
George's teal estatd:_ollice - . , was completely
gutt(idi and' :the bonics,.. valued .at $ 6,0 99 ,
destroyed.... The . .junean •Bank .was also an,
objeet . of tlieir. w rath;hu (they- were content;
ed witli:brealting the,•WindoWs.• •. • ' • • .•
Tbc:Maiieir and police were proMptly oti
tge round, but -Were Utterly. powerless, •
• ..Tht . ! Montgomery,Guards, 'a . ..coinnnny of
40.menl-were•orchired out,'' but declined to
do anything- Or fear Of being overpoWer,•
'ed.. The ZonaVea . Were: •theii ordered -out
and Charged on th mol), WhichimMediate
.Iy tiroke.and ran.. The streets : were.lgonn
plearedi and . ..a" guard, Nvini.atntionednt the
street cornerand a Brinnd u t each:linak:.
About fifty rioters were arrested and eon
fitinvd in jail, under a strong guard.of Lou,
area and Homo Guards. • •
....This eveningihe mob are in force in. the.
Second and Sixth . Wards,...where•infiama-.
tory npeeebea are being minia,".thejclave
.one cannon, and . threaten-,to nttaeli the jail
tO•iii4tit friende; released...
The . Govf6i•hor ha delared:poiartial
and tehe.gi•ajihed to ancioe , ,and Mad son Tor
State, trapps,,who ;Will arrive„ to-piglit; •
Engqgeinent 13.. t Mat hias Polui.
copt. Ward of the Freeborn Killed.—No.
More Aigiments TillCongres3 Meett.
' NVAeitiNcToir, June '2l, 1861.
. . .
The following diliatch . was received this
reorninf 'from the ..ComMtiulant of . the
To the Secretary of the .2k:ar:v. . • •
• Ailvi•YAnn, June. 28,..1.961..
With deei . tegryt I announee.the death
of Cept. the PreehOn.,..l.l.e. was:
killed yestercliy . whilenttempting to cover
ti landitig.on lintthaias
.Point. • A. musket;
boll Sti•ticYbin es he•was..sighting his 312:-
pounder: I ov 4 ic . pciur orders as to, the.
.dispos . ition of the 'body , of. this. gallant
•...Tottx , A. DAHLGREN.
Cnpt.% l oci
,w k*.ns. struck the
.1-lis.denth is n : grent s. Vigilenee in
gunrding the river has .been' very 'great,
'and leis brnveryns no oflie!r on various
asnt Aegnitic reek, wLll,retne.mh'er:
The \Var Department ; has determined
not to accept any more). ninvents until thc•
nieetin.:Y of (.;ori , res.' . ..AincititY the let ne
eepte.d.l'vns the Anderson Zonayes.
THE, COMINp: SIiSSION ! -- 7-130ttl of ..tne
fiall4 of Coitgres , fare about . ready fot• ,•oc !
eupotion. The s'u,nimer Trees will' be bean
titur beyond precedent.. .The het
cushiontilave been, removed from the liouse,
and. i•eplaced by a. sty le,'MOre ;:elieste. : and
subdued,.. The old :carpet, beau with dust,.
and, ore with rthe . feet of troop, -has been
talcen , up. runt 'matting put. down. The.
c brott: heayy 'chairs. have .been. stored •
away for the winter use; and cane bottom
ehairs substituted: is intended to
'place the .portraits of Wash in(-ton aid La:-
Fayette ; now. in the old , I.lfill, at the • right
and left of tlie.Speaker`a chair ; and to (bar .
the 6hsiir, with a beautiful canopy. of Amer' :
The yesult kill be torelieve . the.
Hall of. its for Mer: g,looni and isorpherneA,
and pive . itl(c.beerful and light appear:Mee.
.• Sr. LOUTS.,,JIIIII.I
The I)enzocrat . ).ias..a special
,dis Patch fruit'
which sass thii.t,.Qqn. 14 . y0n hnd
mi . dresstal the citizens of that place yeskr
day. -.He eipressect ,
to be furnish
ith horsis nud
. tyngoils. : ',Thismorning
his te4tiest.wasrespOnde..l- to, .and
. he pro
eared nll ho ii•nntetl.' like nn,
cirltriand Movement tewar4,Arliansas,.
Tria•Plitt.,intmrnt & - Eit E ft: It —We
frona 'the 'Cameron (litizen. - that; the,
atoekhohlerkef the Philadelphia & Erie
Ifailrond. late Sunbury E tic . met in. Phil
aSielphia . On the• 27th.ttlt, to cleefde whether
they, will accept thetvdpoeitioriof the Pim n
,Centriil ." It is
gentii,alli,..l)PtiOed . ' . that 41 'tnajority of, the .
stharc•tlokt;ll am it: fa t!or• be it:
• , Ntroflio - Covstirci- 2 .t. .B. ''.ll;q:, of
Warreo,.lOdispense 4ustice.iO. this, : fourth, :Su
tlioial.astriet,•, in Rleco •of his honor,:. judge
Wiirri; Whose ter'we'Xpires:, Mr. b. iakgs the"
fiehl,oarfy;too early We feir to:wiri;•.thereare
otheri . ot that paity.w.ho would consent to re-
.Piesident:44,e. . •
• • . •
preserve this copy of the paper, containfng the
constitution, for future reference. 'We - trust
there will yet be 'found CONST1:11.1710i1At:U71001
menenOugh.(althuugh itloOks like treason) to
sate`, our government egainst the.makailacics
cedisunionWS,..North as %veil; as South, ijad
the requirements: of this instrument been kiVed
tn itll; our : present difficul tie
I.VotildhaV'e been avoided and .vve..eannot but
believe that in a return to' strie . t.ob''servatice
••• . .
throughout the lend; consists the only' solution.
•FOURT/1 01 , Jur.v.--So far as we 'are informed
the. arrangements for celebrating the day, in
§- .MA4OII, has the Bennett
House.-i , Bard's full Band--every thing.. right
'and a grad display of fire works in the evening
at - theexpense . of : the proprietor. . .
...Our.Tarrnera Valley friends. liaVeaPic:Nic,
at the tioninp ground,".near . the 'Bennett Mill.
.Capt.Cony!a‘Ritleswill, be out,. patriotic and
UniotVspeeehei Made; and lotS of fun not men-.
ticinaii in the
41 . 1 Dgitay, has a Ballat :the 'port-ABP.
.gany Ilouqe;.gnod Musie; and a good."titne all
round— a;c.Will be. bound.
At :Bradford, we - tinderstand, they . haven
Railroad eccursiu , n, and a..grand celetiratfOn.
This'much.iccl:nov, if the citizens. 'have Un
dertalteh•pny thing of the lthid, it will be ac.•
. • , . . .. .. . . .
IMMldition 'ihere will prcibablY.l4 - more or
less ~c elebi'atinx," .by. 'the ' peopiei-.lndeperid.
tiViy;..the tiStial qiisnlity .of 'Orotechiiicsi:and
whisky, aiid . the.:o*l:: iimotmt of . head.ni.he
after - Wards.. .Miy the Fourth.never secede.. ,
The evils of 'Deinocrtie Defeitts
••. .Only or threetimei, in the history of this
colintry.has the Derneeraiic Party • been defea•
tech: Once in 1840, then again .1818; and nos
in isett. 'The piii‘iidence . or the death of Gen:
Harrison saved !1.1 • am the, curse of; another
IlationarVank--and the power of a 'bernocrat
ieSenate•prevented the Fillmore dyria , .ty frniri
'doing much harm,' and.so we hoped ilie:same
influence, ,coinbined with a..clear majority in
the House, would 'prevent any resulting.
:froni . the,suecess.of Mr. Lincoln. • In this, him
'ev.el, we fear, by, the''..tinparcloriable.deserticin
ofilie'• insane leadais•
.of the South; . 7.ve• ate,
doorned i tiadisappointment. : „ • '
. The firat.g,r.e,lit evil of our: defeat, kill b e
frin'fid in placing, the gOvernrrient in control of
:the :Canaries orthe..land; and. 'giving Power. to ,
such . men 'as Bank?s, Giddiriga, Burlingame,
Reeder,'. Wilson, `and. a . hest
'Cif small fry • With • a : Congfeks, or
•even.the-Senate in our hands,' they. would be'
powerless •for evil, hilt with L free• away td' all
vagaries.; we shudder for the welfare of
the land. W.edo• not alltida r to•• Ole origin
: of .
the' ing war, .forfjir. that .we bold' them
,to have been an act •of
deliberate. conspiracy on' the part of Scnibern
usurpers,'•everi • withont• the consent lot - . their'
oWnSconstitiients., l:ut we refrrto the-measures
of civil:.Policy,• whiZlrthey piny fasten on. us,
by, theiriccidehtal•poWer;.and.which, form the
•dhletion oftheir.evil..effecta, may pro;:e more
disastroeS than' War to thee - whole people:
' , Thus, we find it, alreadY..probosed to estab.,
lish a .N,trioNkr. BASK with u capital : of $lOO,-
. opo,ooo, and 'it may. be:with a perpetual ,'char_
,ter. Should . tbis be, done, • how Could we •ever.
ourselves Of I the. :.The old %Bank
gave tia.a . foretaste df.tbe inti fed •'power'Of
such a monster' upon, a' . compar'ativalji
scale; but what''fidure Jackson could ever 'be
• , touad to slay a newer niid•mightiei dragony..
Next we are told we ought to have another,
Doe:neer .L.nw;'and `we sUppOse_of. the same
style, as the last, I,vhich 'extinguished the debts
rich rind reckless speCulators at the. cost of
'so much fearful perjury. ,From...theie enormi-,
tierit will.be easy to pass to others long' se-.
Cretly . cheriihad v and give vitality to the fraud_
tilent scheme Of an aSSninrition of the debts Of :
the.States.bY the, General Government,:and the
Twin preject Of the. creation'of a.van.t...Plational
Debt,. an the English sophism that .a•cinational
debtis,wnational bleasing,” and of course;;tbe
,the debt the 'greater the blessing!. ThiS
scheme 'is : Part - of the old Federal notion of a
consMiditted — .Goverpinent.. totally ignoring.
"State rights".---=.and is :intended. not only to
Compel.frogalStates'to - ,help'pay, the. debts of,
their 'lMProvide:M..neighbors,-but is also ealet-
ISteti,hy means of a toast funded debt, to ren
,general Government independent of,
and susetior to 'the constitution, the States,
.apd,the . ..•
These marripPear to, be' mighty and impessi-'
ble.evilsto be fastened upon us, but.We know
they have been:contemplated by the Opposition
as. long as,seceslion has by : : the bOtspurs of the
South—for at least'lliirti , ..years---and they have
'onlybeen.prevented from inaugurating them
through latc,of poWer. . • . • • .
yainthat . We,tbits procla'i'm our
fears of the probable 'result ,of -that Southern
defection which has rashly 'and 'peshans 'irre•
mediably .brOken our• conservative power, and
lett the land a prey. to the vill4sr.schemes of
ignorant janatica, at.d the inoit. reckless plots
of desperate demagogues,—but we deem it onr
duty, to the public. Oftbe -danger, that
they may at , leatit knovv'the worst, and•if possi
hie. providrciiii. Timely exposition oft time 4
prevents : the conpurrimatioC of . a conspiracy.. l i
Pr,lcr•ar. * • • •
'Cr.t)qasAND Wriercur.s.:--Jt ; affords. its . .pleari"..
ureto,. note th a t W. 11. hs ;patina..
nentlykneated himself at ,Stnetliport; and -ks
prepared to attend fo, all orders, in hie.b#ness
wilh promptness, and in a intOrknianikke man .
fit'Od.ck of cloch0; , Watch - ea' and .other
jewelry,. will lie kept .Particular
'tention_ paid to repairing .For further pariteit
loar'see advertisement . . . •
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'Tun: • WAa.—There is no Important news
from the peat of 'way. Both armies seem to
be aivaiting. the Meeting Of Congress . befOrp'
'fightin'g a pitcited battle. The•reiervetroops.
are being , inoved Smith as:fa'st as railroad COM
municaion will allow; 'there is probably-.mow
tbetieighborhood of--Washington,:and in Vir- .
ginia,mear'?oo,oop: tr.. S. troop b, folly.. armed.
THE SIEGE OF TILE WAR QFIIcE.:---The N.
lyorld gives a deseTiptiOnCif the hOrdes of cop • -•
tracto,is - and oflice-seekers who besiege theof
fire of'SeeretarY:Carneron:: • :
"But 0, that crowd'pf :applicants without!
0,, that...patient, - persistent . throng
..cobtracteri, • pensionersi -jabbers,
would-be captains ond:colonels! . . Rich •acirpoor
.schemers :and honest men, all mingled, together;
each insisting.that hir buSiness.' is. eipeCial.,
impOrtinceto the department, and.vairily.. 'en
treating the .cerberus in the •entry to ',present.
his:card and request for an .interview.-to' the
Secretary .Of. -War. .novr.. the speculators
'swarm! • Wlipt hundreds are ready; : to 'make
patriotkaacrihees; to fiupply, for,- a censidera
lien; beef, pock, flour,•.and Pennsylvania.
forms in any *punt • which the arinp :may re
infliti of western •office.!
.seekets.upOnthe White , House was.not:half se
dreadful: '.And thentlie",:pativice of the-ment
Many are suitors thet.entry for halt e dozen
stOcessiVe :weeks, from 8 a., m. till 4 p. m.'
daily. peeing .to and fro without' getting a W.ord
With-the Secretary, yet never leaving °their
beat except to buy a juneh.frorn the old : black
'lady below; ;'hen naontjde' reminds :then]. of
their humtinitY.. -4 (The many fail; the one stic
c'e.edi;" and his dwellin g -place, on investiga
tion: of Willa riPs. register, 'will not unfretjuerit
fy 'be found in.sorne rural village of the. Key
Care for Soldiers
. ... . .
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• To the Crimea, the troops mhich. 'resisted
privations and fatigue most, sucerssfidly, vier ,
th . osecothrriantled by colonels who'wera'care=
ful 'at tbsir Soldiers. For exampiel of two"reg
iments which. left the camp of• S!..oonei at the
samertime, arrived ttigether.in 'the' Crimea ('in'
uhe aion'th •of r Octob.r; 1855 y, encamped side
by sple,hriving submitted to the, same atmo
•sPhiWic:vicissitutle.s and performed lilo . Service.
'one.of them hail-p . resereed;•on . 111.1:1:st of April
•1855;2,224 - soldiers, out of a, force of 2,676
men; whilst the Other, witha.:foree .or 2,327
:trn, had:left, to . if milk 1,230.. This acemint
incltidea thosev.diodie . tl ftdm•clisease, and .not
'from wOund4 : received in battle:. Iri the navy
the cornmander of ,a vesiel watches river: the
composition of.the food of the crewOind tuore; .
over ri.spects scrupulo u sly the•hour for break-.
fast andlhat for dinner; . never is' it:. iielayed,
anticipated or interrtip'ed. • . •
tt i 9 desiradire thit•the's.ame scruples should
pervade the arruy,:und that these wise. pleas-;
ureS for the preservition of health should.nei
tieinfriuged Without a cleal.and• absolute
necessity.: Rewards are given to •,cndoners of
cavalry.in hoe 'squadrons is preserved the
s,irearestnumber orfiorses,' Niliich 'results in an
eireOlelft tinfl profitahle rimulatina.
sulfa, but aticl !tura' important..and . happy,
.wculil‘ be 'erperienced;* iike rewavls were he
•stowed upon the colonels whose battalions were
iiisti:ngui3ho for the liealty condition. of the
DESTIVIICTive extensive sdsh;
blindami door factory of A. Irprcottiss
was discovered to be on dire'abdut 'ten. O'cloCk
yesterday morning,, and. before Oil 'coll.]. be
hail, was beyond efforts to save it. The !dss' .is
total and no 'insurance. Mr. Ifrochkist 'estirna
tee., his loss at about Worm.: The 'Wagon
manufa . e . tory of W. H. CciNur.irs-, Eddie 'by, was
on fire' airee 'of four tiine . e,. and was only saved
If• the. great axariions:ot oit -gr.llant. firemen.
Mr. • Cdnklin's' damage Was considerable
....:wheillerid*Ored dr not.•we have not karned:
Judge Martin's Flouring. Mill;. some •.distat.Ce
froni•the;confagration was on, fire two-ur three
times: One large hole was: burnt in the . roof:
Our firi,cnen.yrure - , promptly on . . the ground
cinch worked nably as thy' did iticeeisfully • • • to
have the , wagon factetry,: . . While the( 'fief. was
raging, one of the pUrops . Oft he engine..b.rolte,,
hut' the machine continued to work' With' one
phinger, and did excellent , service.
Orr d silo, TOE •rnoors.—The Regiments,..
organized la this State; were exceedi ngly .
ionsto: - give'the higher, place o( command. to .
officers of the
.Regular• Army Of the United
States. lie. believe that :39 of • the '3B
menrs whrld . have • made such a . choice: Due,'
the U. S.l.Aicers - were preernplorily.forbitiden,
by the afar Departmerit ALWasbingtoty, to
As an;,nstance in point; we • may mention
lost the -)lficers of the 2hd, 3rd, sth, 7th,
and Oth ,ilegiMents of this State, in balloting
for Briglilier General, previone to their depar
ture for; the seat of War,
.made choice of.Majo . ,.
F(t7jobi Porter, of the Army, for Brig. General.
Ile was not, permitted to •acce.pi,..thrciugb. he
wasall6vt'ed to:do:service in the slat- of . .Gen:
Patterson, or Pennsylvania. ' If the : Wis'nes • of
the Rtgimentalofficersbad been lieede6, Major
Porter would have been Brigadier • G enearl Of
the trulps..at Fortress Monroe, instead of Gen.
Pierc;, and (he errors'Andlosses , "( the affair
thi-Bethels probably, been avoided. .• • • .•
Texas advires say that e ortinaa was attack
ed, thont a Mile front Retlinond , s Rautha, by .a
fOi - e! under Captain.,Bont,rades. and' c complete
ly routed, killing sey..e'n of. his men, ' , wounding
seitral, and dispr,aing the Wancet cottrnas .
escsped, witit'abc,at.teri.of'his .rnen,.into' Meld-
. . .
it is understoo Ithat a revolution has been in
atguratstf im.Ta tnatilifias by Grime°, the defeat..
ei•candidate for Goverrior;who. has issued: a
modarnation declaring •thst•he.he had removed
tie question us . te - Who should..be Governor from
ballot-iioi to the sword, If was. PelieYed
That the revointion would become general, end
that Garnet) Would unite his forces .with those,
Marqueses r;nd Mejea,•who have .been • set
ting the:Juarez bovernerient'pt deffairice.
The advance guard of Major Gen. Pat terstin'S
army, Consisting of.abont teri .t.bousend .men,
arrived. b.ere this .morning, from
The whole tchrnn rapidly tmattipz, Soothe
The rleveloPmentathit'are likely to. follor . ,
the seizure of the diinatches filed in inthe•tele.
graph offices ,astound the country. "
will shoW a System:Of of !treachery exteridest.
hough' all sgradeynt. offieiaT. business and 1,10 - '
dal circles:; •-Alipost . everybody spkars. '1 0 •
...h e y/. keen engriged.-iu giving aid arut::.eptptiftll
to the rebels, and to-have 'farnisheil means Ida.-
'information for,seeuringi trinmPlVort lie iebeilL- . •
ion. , Members of Congress::frony- Free Stitei".,
figure- freq iis tl y• a men g t h eSe, ilasheeif
gene°. 1 hink 'l3lll' ..seeking 'cornmissions.,4ln.'
the Federal.armyi-dict t heir. full share in giving";
informalioirrind telegiaphic 'encouragement to'
'the: rebel leaders thet enga . ged-in rushing; thesr-:
States into,the vortex of secession. ' Reporters •
for Northern Free Soil pap'ers handed' in to the
"telegraph Office, the knowledge they liad'oblain- , ,-
ed through their Free,Soll professions,—Even' .
the members of the , Peace Congress, pia' some .
from -Free.States, held ou't words ofencourage
-merit.to.:the rebel that it-.they woule--
kip up, the fire they . . wetild,, break ;the :Free
Sailers 'doWn. • : SeVeral of the Members of that .•
Cenventionlrom the Border Stales -gave !ego- -
far reports •Of its. proceedings to the rebels,
while at the sortie' time theyyvereinsistinithat
the proceedings Should be ItePt'from the North-'•
- ern :Press and . • •
A Regimentof Smiths
WE underitand that it 'is the intention .of - • - •
.Mr. Charles , Smith; connected with. Hodges' •
banking :establishment, No..ssB,BroadWay,• to •••
borne forwardl.o the aktof the country in ,
present crisis; 'with a reginient of -Smiths. He
thinks that there are cpiite•enimih:men of that
name.in'the eity alone, to. establish the right
of way_ through Baltimore al'oace. All persona .
ot the_naMe ofSinith•oone others-need apply),
'who are capable of baaring arms and are.desir,
ors of jmning anch a. regiment, will Please cal!.
at No. 538 Broadway and enroll their Names,: •
at any. time during the day from . lo IC
' Fda A:GENERAL tONVEriION474IIO
annexed his':ret:eivqdm . any thonpind
signaftir'esinNevv.:york. and vicillity , .. • •
To. the .1 5 ;.esidone oft!1). • •
Re~ardi'ug you as the legal. head of our goi 7
'moment,' we respectfitlyy the only
remaining Ininorable 'position in your poWer by
which the horrors.of civii'Waryriay averted.
hope" of :preserving :Imp UNION .
adopt the policy of aGrMeral
Conventibm as,Suggesteil in.. your Inaikaural..
.ThiseiJorse svottld prevent hostilities on the•
part of the s.6uth,.and evince that,fralernity has
Mill a place in the hearti'or the 'Arrieriean:pfo
'Lord Lyons,' - the BritiSh 11inist ti.at.• Wash r.
iritori, has been applied to
.by*certatnlwives:of . ;.'
Irislimerf.iii the Goiifcdcrate camp,. wtlo..have •
newer been naturalized, to tale some actin, for
their •seli - u.e. He htia •Pritisti..
Consul in take .foutimony,
into the CnnOt. at Hichtbon . d, who .
will demand n't Getie : sal.LeeAtieir rg)eaie ..ft : on/ 7
the camp at ninas , taS Jiinction. • '
. . . . .
• . . . .'
BA imnrcirtr,..,Tune.l4. •
. . . .
"This evening, ia two ioldiers_or Col, More—
head's reeinient were yt,ilkitig negr, Lombard'
and .Giiiigh . at re . ets, 'soMeone fired • a pistol: at.
them frnin•ii firitisg; The-balt took elect' iri the •
* arm of Felix ';.l!c • Corinick, ot company .K. -.:lhe •
hOuse was setirched,.titit the party bairesegieri:..
The wound: wag 'a' alight one. : •
~. • '. , ..,
The First:Masiochnsetts•Regiment ! left here
at eight o`clock . to•sdgh for'.lersey , City, em ld
the- chVers of their friends.. They proceed
THE t e tras of the. Al
lowing, :niembers. of fhe'.state Seonte' ; expiin
with the SC , SICip
,jest closed: Mr.. Thompson;,
of Moritirpery';• Mr. •Yardley, or Bucks; Mr- .
Clymer, ol Berks; Mr, partner, of Schuylkill;
Mr..P.enne, of Allpglieriy;• 1316'014.0f 'Jeff-
eriOrii.,Ali„Sehindel, of Lehigh; -Mr. Welsh; of
Yorki.Mr; : Creifg,. of Centre: Mr. Finney of
'Cr., %%lord . ; Mr, Parker, of Philadelphia. Dein
ocrals-, 4jippublfcane,..7:. ' ; •;
jr.:41 4 Maj.-General John •,Charles hre
haii arrived; and is • hrivi in Wash 7.
said—to take charge of the WeStern army
Lie: is riported. to' be in 'fine health . and
excellent . sj)irits; and anions to get .opl . the
'field of • :
But little business was accomplish-
cif in" Court .)11.5t" week.' 31a: the case of
Commonseii l .th batter
ry,.rct,li - et not guilty Enka ,Bust,Ortiutiff
nna screfeml.antip php :
oininonwenith vs. Win. L.- Ctiop i
nn C,hari.es H. indictment for..maam t iti
and' lintf,ery ; bill •ignored and prcigecntor,.
E. Barden tn,pity cost.' '
Licenses granted to W. Haskell, E. S.:
ttsmi,• E. 13. Dolly, R. Larrabe..e, - .John,
'Neir, E.. J. Barber, and W. Mosher.
Commonwealth vs Philip Lee for htreenY•
prisoner sentened .to one year in the State-;
Fourth.of July Celebration.
' At a meeting:held in Farmer's Valley on ,
the 22d. inst.; N. F. Ferris ghairmai, and . W.:
Secy., it was resolved that the 4th .
of. July should. be celebrated . by. an oration -
and Picnic dinner, at the church•in that place..
Capt. A. ll. Cory: Lietit.. N. F... Ferris, and;
E. It. Tubbs were appointed a committee to,
procure an' Orator and Reader, and the follow
ing were,desi'gnated committer of
inents: . , •
Lady, . , • , Lady,
t- R. Robbins'•' Dant .. Cornpints • . " .
Trios. Goodwin ' John. Stsly. . •
J. S. Sing dugustus Rayi
Wm. Gifford " ' A. H.
E. Curti.] . " , • .Manville Ttatbl,
13: Bray . • "•' • .J. Rice, Miss S. k. Rlee.,
• • J. Peiton & 'MIAs 51. Pelien,. • • ,
Ori motion, Resolved, That the proCeedings
of the meeting. be published in •the:.Smitbpgrtt
F.• Ferris Pres.. W. II: Curtis Secy.,.
.•• . •
In Tort,'Allegany. S.4n . rlay, 16th fest, it the
home or the Rd fitther, by Rev: C. Cprnfortb.
Gr.ona.r. M. llur.L. Esq.; Of Lonnie Co.,
.Lucy A. lAttaultinor: of t4e, former place.
In Bradford M'ltean County PL, June lab. at
the resiclenbe of tbe bride's father tor Bev. B. T..
Lewis Mr -Etara/..r.rm A. FOVIT) to lEtst`Zt,
ILr3l.nst.n7 ell er
Bos7oP; June 15