Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 23, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 23, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW MORNING YORK HERALD. EDT'H ON? TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1861. PRICE TWO CEXTS. THE WAR. IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH SAFETY OF THE IATI0IAL CAPITAL Fourteen Thousand Troops in the City and Ten Thousand on the Way. Hroiilk - iind the Navy Yard Reported on Fire. Important from Texas, Florida. Ken tucky and Missouri* IMPORTANT MOVEMENT IN KENTUCKY. Arrival of tlie Powhatan and Atlantic at Key West.; Escape of an Army Officer, and His Capture, Charged Witk Treason. STATE OF AFFAIRS HI MARYLAND. Four More Regiments to Leave New York To- Day. One SCillkm of Dollars to be Appro priated to? the Metropolis, Ac., ike., die. SAFETY Df THE CAPITAL. All Safe at Wanblngton? Fourteen Tbou Trnopi la the City? Five Thouiad Regulars. W ?Sfn*i toy, I). C., April 22?11 A. M, Fourteen thousand men are now here, live ihouaaoU of whom arc regulars.*LrinA , April 22, 1861. A special messenger arrived last night, bearer of de spatches rrom the President to General Patter jan. lie ?ays the capital is safe from any attack thit cu be mode. Tbe assailants cib be battled until the city In reinforced by '.he troops now on the way. The messenger communicated with Fort McIIcnry. He travoiv,: *t times on horseback, in a wagon and on fcut, and passed off as a Methodist preacher to scouting seces sion parties, until ho reacaed Havre de Grace, waorc ho crossed the Sasquehanna in a sklir, and came to this city by special train. Baltimore was quiet early Sunday morning, and uo oan- , nonading had been beard rbere was a perfect reiga of terror, and the Union m 10 were obliged to succumb to the mob. PmUii ETrmi. April 22, 1S61. lion. Ttion. B. I/Owry, special rut s??>ni.'er from Washing ton, gives tha following? ha - st e* permce in the war of races:? I left Krle, It. , midniRbt of Thursday, aed came to Harriebiirg. After an interview with Governor Curtin I proceeded to Baltimore. I did not witness the tight, hut did the scenes which followed. History will record It that the Massachusetts troops, although more thin a hundred of their men were levelled with bricks an 1 their arms wrealed from them, did not tire until commanded : by the Mayor of Baltimore. 1 telegraphed Governor Car- > tin the state of things in Baltimore, and that no troops ' must com" through either railroad. I took the cars at three o'clock on Saturday morning for Washington. I j communtcat^ personally to Secretary Cameron, Gen. j Boott and theVresident what had happened. They were not p; epared for sucb Intelligence. A Cabinet meeting was Instantly called. I told the President that Governor Hicks was in the hands of the mob, that the bridges on all the roads leading into Baltimore were destroy e J by Are, and that every man was armed. I received a com nuntcatloa from Secretary Cameron to General Patterson, I and left on the three o'clock train. Be is careful lest he should implicate those who have not the power of escaping from Maryland. He went through Baltimore and proceeded north. He was in com mandating distance with Fort McHenry. I stayed at a farm house la the neighborhood I wax satisfied there was no safety in leaving during the night. I left on horseback at three o'clock in the morning and ' rods se ven miles. I went to a biuae, the Inmatee of which (eight men) were armed to the teath ? I kne# they were l/nion men. I remained two hours and pro ceeded with the horse, the rig in the Xorth would be a curiosity I was met and stopped frequently, but let off on professing to be a minister of tho Gospel. I got near Havre de Srace at one o'clock dun day. I found four men tleeing for their lives ? one a re spectable merchant of Baltimore. I entered the tele graph office and found tbe operator communicating with Philadelphia. 1 telegraphed the President of the road my mission He replied that a special train woul 1 be seat Immediately. I took measures to got strangers over from the other side. The train arrived and conveyed us to Wilmington. I came through and had an interview with Genera1 Patterson. Many in cidents are omitted which it would not be proper to communicate now. 1 lost my cane an I spectacles. Mr. Lowry says the government will be mstained; ! that Secretary Cameron puts the right man in the right place, anil that the Cabinet is a nit. He thinks Virginia and Maryland w'.U b<rom ? a common graveyard; that the poor, mean man and tbe r.hlviiry will occupy a common grave. He experieacsd no personal injury, hut was grea'.ly fatigued by the hardships encountered. Among some of the Incidents of the Journey the follow leg is related of Mr. Lowry ? H r remained near Fort McHenry at a form tjose until three o clock on Sunday morning, when be t<*jfc a horse md rode rapidly for seven miles without l<ein^ molostxd . and *tojip*.| at another farm house, where he left his hors<-. I lu than got into a farm wagon and started north. They had not proceed ed far. when they were met by n number of men with rltl?s in their hinds, and stop>>ed. ! This was about nine miles north ot Baltimore, fhev wteh?Hi to know who Mr. Lowry was, and were informed that be was ? M< lhodtat preaober. They Old him "to go to bell, to which bi> refilled, ? Brethren. I am pray n>r you, hut I oanoot go there.'' Ke was suffered to piss unmolested. Pmuit.F.iftrA, April '22 lmt. A prominent llniadeiphmn hss arrived, who 'et Wash ington Saturday afternoon. At Baltimore l.e was arrested as a spy. He escaped by referring to naltimoreatw. Ho went in a canape He rep:srts passing CockeytvlUs, where l.?4 Pssnsylvanians were encstr.ped. "lie reft ?>r the route was effeeted over the Northern Central Hall read. IMPORTANT FROM HARC'SHIRO. ACHBST Of 4 t Nir?I? ST ATI S OFUC1.K ?n,"B TUfiABO*. Ifuuttsw a , Arri. 32, 1RS1. Juforniation was reco.ve4 by (? mtruar Curtin to day thi>t Lieutenant Ssnnlfer, late sf ths t n '.ed Army, t ?*ntk>ced3t Carlisle ParrfU, Ort ff-m ttalptaestUl ??: u.iif,. vjoverntt Out '.in, by nid of tin Vs'c ;r?p'i fact Yuen in h* p*?es8.oo, succeeded in having bus drrea .eJ tn d?r at ?{anover; in York c unty PsBnsyivsnia. It H ga,<l thai Jennifer tai b;ea ?. ittEtufoatiiig Information to tfce rebels ts to tho exict condition of things at OtrileK', and ?of the movements of '.o.-ornor i trtln's t- oops. He?\ill probibly be tikon immediitciy to Car 1. >r? aud dcLveied to t0<* oft. -,eis ?.! the burracks. ASIARCHY IN BALTIMORE. The Hunger* of Travelling Through the Ctty? The (irrnt Highway of Coniini* nliution lnfttkd by Armed Scee*>.lou ltts?A. Vigtlttnre Committee OrganUtrt at the Hotels, the Wliarve* a??t Rail road Depot*? A Keign of Terror. Tho following account of tho ilos^?.*ato condition of afflilrs U> BiUlmorc, the terrible attitude of btlg&ndage ofduiuM oy tb? \ .gilaJ&c^ (. .laiiii'ttees of the cit} > an I the dangers .<f t'.io road toa'l Northern people uecossita - e4 to trawl through tho State, was kindly furnished us by tho Rev. Henry M. field, who went in the special tra n which left Wilmington Sunday moraine in charge of the Suporlnt?ndont of the ro*d aud Intended for tho conveyance of laborors to the different points be tweea Washington anl iJakimore where tho line lit 1 boon Injured and tho bridges burned down. The work of re pair would have been S|>eedily carried out, but at Havre Do Grace, when they arrived there, the Suparln tendent was met by a pvty of friendly persons from some twelve mile* beyond H?vro He Urace, who empb* tically warned him noe to cross tho river on any account; that if he did so, it would bo at the certain peri! of bis life. These persons a'so informed him that all the intermediate bridges to Baltimore were destroyed, and armed patios were us semi-led to prevent r< pair or reconstruction. At Havre de Grace we they met passengers, who were compelled to take boat from Itaitimoro to Havre de Grace tho night before. Theso persons all recounted but one st .ry as to the d.iu gersoflbe road, and th?y ill expree-ed the heartiest thank* for their escape. They state 1 that they expo riensed the greatest dUIlculty In (totting through without detention and without personal molestation from the ex cited mobs that roamed Baltimore. The authorities themselves hesitated for a time to let them piss on, aud when at last those worthies gave their c nsent, they came to the resolution that no mire travellers would bo allowed to pass through their city, j The whole population is in a ferment of excitement; the respectable portiou of it in an ag wy of fear aud dread under tho reign of terror w hich has raised its horrid head in their mids-t. Greit numbers or tho people axo Hying 1'iom their homos and seeking safety in the country. Most, in fact, of those who can go are hurrying oft". Ter rorism reigned alon g the whole line within the borders Of Maryland. Late traveler" havo bean spotted, and all who may venture to p*6-< through are liable to avrest and long detention, if not worse. uue gentleman among the passengers by boat to Havre de tirace, born and bred In IWtimore, from some unknonxi came, be tmc subject to suspicion, and was instantly arrested as a spy, ami for a time in danger of the penalty <Je;uan lod of such w jrlLioe. Lurkily for him he got a pers ju to hastily communicate his position to tho editor of a Ion ling seceS-'ion piper, who at once came to his rescue. On the a surauce of tli i subject of Jeff Ittvis the gsntlcmu was released, tne former protecting him until he had placed him 03 tho boat. In each of the hotels a vigilance committee, com posed of sixty armel men, exercises a severe espionage over all entering the same; and already Northern gucsta at tho hotels, if not ready to give a sitisfa:tory account of themselves, arc in danger of arrest, and subject to mmy hardship* and indignities, Those who s accce I iu gett'.n, away scathless look upon their escape as provident in'. In Bultimore there arc not many secession Ua*rs t'ylng, but numerous Maryland Users die to bo peon, wh'.lo the Btnrs aud Stripes .ire "no where," ami none d re utt t a word in behalf of the In ion. The paf^engers, as they steamed out 01 the bay, notlccd that Fort McHcnry was In a state of dcfence, with all her gnns run out to d ;f<-ud thf llag of the Union, which EtiU HoaU praud'y ov >r t! c heads of tho ^ a Haul ium. who have sworn at v.. ;in-o to It till the death. All communication, wte thfr by actual travel or l>y ?IfccUlc teieg" ? ? cutoff, and by the rail cannot be re e^tabliihej ??" through the presence of troops In strength. km~-iz 'V j tengcrs woie ttree or four of the K.oisas c-omp-pf, io have for acme time kept guard at the White Ho.iv . ' loe was on his war to Kansas to raise a reK'mont in defence of the country. There wore supposed to be uvWa<ha >U m nearly ten thousand men, with sixty p.eces of fy|r.R .jrt.l lery. AU ealient points wore in posses. >n of the troopa and all v ulners>ble pos..ions s;rongiy guarded, a.. a the feeling of the men, one and all, is to de n torr.l.- tribu tlou on the heac's of tho secergionists <bo ?!<' tli j the federal capital. Major Allberger, of Buituk), who hus been si en i nr; pome months In nn't;more, where hi* reiv.fee r * i ?, .?trrlvtd in this city tbii? He left liillinsore on a canal boat. Six gentlemen who cautered a oai.ti ojiu there on Friday, for f^OO, nlso arrived at the Ast r House to day. They report the condition of the city c. ; most fearful. Armed mobs par ads the streets, coo. t>ei - -7, all persons to unite with them In imprsca'ions; again*! the North, the gorernaient and tho l"c. .n. n?e princi pal streeta are all barr. cided, and many of tiic Lo xoe furnished with sh-tte's, In which loopholes ar? cut, for the purpose of pour Jig a de*l!y fir* on any troopa that might attempt to mirh through the city. Mr. Allherger, who hvl ,r.:rt risen from a s'.ck bed, waa svur mn liyl by a mab of a do/en hah drunktn raliiaaa at the ttU* Ho ise befbre he left, who endeavored, by abusive language, to prOTok) a wotd of reply from bm, intend. np no doibt, to shoot hlin on the spr>t , had he afforded t iera a pretext. He could not procn e a rstal.-er In tho city, every store having been emptied of asms by the mob. A prominent citizen who was known as a Tnlon man was compelled te leave the city at six bouts notice, taking with hint a family of eight cbild-or. It is believed that no Northern man s life will be worth an hour s purcliase there, when the t.ext gun ?? lirfrl In the war. ANOTHER ACCOl'NT. baltimobk militia? thfir ixpnuiimow *?* issr 1 THK MAHSACH178ETT- moor? KAJJOEK OK >OKT?, kkn a rtkamboat trip? sot rHi:RN:;?? AL- 1 LOWED KMC* snWCH, H0BTHBHJJ1W8 NO I. 1 left Wanblrgton by the earliest tram on Hturday J morning and r<a? bed Baltimore In the n?ual time. WbM the stages reached tho Philadelphia htatton , we fou- 1 it j closed up, and with some diillculty ascert 'ined thM tb,* bridges on the line bad been burned, an I that no could pass. We thee rode ovor t" the d^pot of the Ba rlsburg line intending to c^me by tnvt ronto, nod there received similar information. An 01 ' ??r of the first division cf the Marj land SU to m...l.a, boxrlog the arms and aocoutremeMs of ths 1 mtou 8tat?w. inlor?ed as th*t sixty men of his division had, by 1 rder of te 7. 1 Hlrks. been sent out on the luio to deMroy the bridge* aad cut the telegraph wires. He showed soaw feei ng In regard to the o?curr<nces of tbe previous day, an l Intimated that It was well for l\e Ma>-?ach\. setts u.en ' that the State militia had not tc*a underarms. W'"t, certainly It was. Th< ma-/n rt would hxve bessfearf .1 if armed tro p^ bad btrn out to r. list their r*"*?gr When 1 roa. z J the e.vaspe ration prevuilicir la Bait: more consentient on the previous di.y s trageJy, I U.anksd Co<: that tlic c uimunlcation with the city *"? wl been cut off. Tho y iorious -cvtntb regiment t?d f...:y determ i ed to light their way through, and If tb-y htl had the chance of doing m, one l-ncdrei of tfcei.* tho'i t and men would never hi* e rnachei Wi*liing? >n. Pratt street, thr"Ugh which tb? rout# a?ro*a the ci.y His, aao whinh consuls of wsreb -,sea vtd it?ek opeLlop^, would have been lin^d with tho.inods of arnr d lisf :rat?l men, whowmld hivo ilrel :n 'he troops from th( ho- < and "hippit g, nn 1 o>ir gn'lant f>'i jov c't . ? m? w I hive been brutally ?>?-';? - i. Tl: jhei'iog of i'a t.i ?*'' *1' I. are'- hw *.- ;!? th i?t ' r vei .1 ? *.h <;h i. ;t w?.'ii?: h . .. n ?l here ar <! thr 1 1 ^ 1 he free S:a:<-e. nsor ??* w?l' awaro tbat, srd r?rhapt, rkftc ,.1\ I! ; (U ?trojii"' tb< rt.';- .'I ?? ?t ' ? tbv % ,. , 1 h f" ' thM be i> is PC" ' r '-?? t*. ? >1 1..< ' * ' meM. 'ni" If i' Un l "t* '1 lit 1 ?: ' I. ? , . > > ever have cne-nittej a/ c?t the -ncrt! got ' 'mrucnt, as they su I if I i^y ... )?, ; , tfca On ' st t:?t.- on .-'.t -liy. The < coiile 01 Baltimore v,- .: I i d s.< that the Nertf. em fr- i', vl.' -n '(."y 7 :r?" :.i ? e, rv 07, were r?ar. liji? to the defew c, lb'1 ',nv* "> ? go " r r* .t. They cm 14 ot!y roirpre. .end lhat ?bi i.r4 1*? t''?t it w -t at, e?r ft It !-ib"??-ate ti.e." ' \ . How to get out ef the >U ;meiiial City w * no* the ?! lea* i. in o? C o hour. ' evt Vy ra'.rosd w^culcT, ajj'l jt was bfjooti"* :y dacje.-v 9? T men to r*'.v.aH? tb?re. Some parties hired, *t pre it ov petse, private oorveyanoes to York, oa the llu.rritsai.rg road, aod *oiue to Hivre tie Graoi, on the Philadelphia roa<l. on the Stite boundaries, while the bulk of llxt pas NSgMS ' y the Iw? morning train* for Wo*hm: ion took i>&P8nge oa a freight bo it of the Krlcs h^o line, between B&it.m jre aud Philadelphia, via the Chesapeake and Eelaware Cuial. The regular h>ur of duiwrture wr a ibroe o'clock; but Uio captain of the steadier, leailng ;>n embargo, bad the liable* tjiletly slipped two hours In alvance. lloir overjoyed the boat's company were when they found themselves again en route for the free State?. There wore many families from Washington and from Baltimore, lieoing for their lives, several from t>uU further South, who had ijuletly realised what ihe" oould on their property; not a few travellers for New York houses, who had finished up their profitless business ted left in tho very nick of time: and a few Southerners, also, seeking a safer latitude. As tho boat made its slow way down Chesapeake bay we Co vi id see iu the distance the railroad bridges on Are. Some wore smouldering, while others, at a farther dis tance from Baltimore, were still ilamicg. It was the first real evidence of tho existence of a state of war. <?over nor Bleks may have saved bloodshed by the remedy which he adopted, but he exposes Baltimore to tho dangor of famine ? its supplies being thus cut off. The great truie of the Paltimoro and Ohio llai'road, which m also under stood to l>? broken up, Is thus turned to the Erie and Cen tral roads. if Baltimore shall havo to be included in the list of blockaded ports, that will u le up completely it* late flourishing commei e. There were few secessionists on the steam propeller. One or two Southerners were allowed that liberty of speech which, in their State, would have subjoctedjMorthern m.a to Ihe gaUowr; and yet they never seemed to realise that fact. At Chetapcukc City, where the canal commences, the crowds on the pier of ttm lock were much excited, and expressed themselves loudly for the Cuion, saying they were ready to take up arms and march to the de fenco of Washington. Bo it was along the line of tho canal. 1 was told that one of our passengers was O. .len nings Wise, son of tho Virginian E*-Uovernor, but 1 did not see blm on board. Be wis said to have got out at ( hepapeako City. If it were ho, his presence in Baltimor might account for the riot of tho previous day. 1 don't thii.k he was on bo*rd; still, he may have been. An idea may be formed of the prevalent feeling on board the boat I'rom the fact that scores of passenger* collected on the upper deck, and, under the sombre in fluence of the occasion, sang as a congregation, several impressive hymns, the scene rocailod Scott's descrip tions of the Covenanter? and Cromwell's soldiery, and I augured ill from it to tbe men who ore engtged in war against the free States. There was such a crowd un board that one half of the passengers could not enjoy the poor luxury of u seat, bat had to walk about the deck all night. THE MAYOR OP BUFFALO'S ACCOUNT. Mr.AlIberger, the Mayor of Buffalo, had, until the eudof last week, been one of the.residents of Baltimore, where his relatives reside. Be arrived in this city yesterday, along with seme few other geutlcmon from the riotous city. They re^ortthat mobs parade the city, armed, and force all they meet to exo rote tho North, the go vehement and the Union. They itato tint tho streets are barricaded, and loopholes rut in the shutters of the houses, through which a deadly Are could be poured up od tun troops that should be daring enough to march through the tin Wr. Allberger suffered much during the laat few du>a he was in the city, a mob surrounding him. sick as he wa \ and trying by meao> of abusive lan k* age to taunt him to reply, which doubtless would iiuve 0' ? n mad< a pretext for a violent attack upon him Uo could uot purchase a revolver in the city far km nor mne Several citizen* ha\ e t.aen compelled to leave Hie city , taking with then their families to save their lives. Northern men seem to be |>articularly'Ohnoxious to the rioters. Pakfhni ?<i, April 22, lfi81. U is stated l?y officers of the arrry who arrived on 9nn day evening from Hallimore, that the guns of Fort Mc Henry were turned towards Baltimore, but thore had been no tiring yet. An oOlcer of the House of Tvupreaentutives of l'ennaylva nia, who returned to-night, says be saw on Saturday, in lialtimore, twelve brass in-ld pieces parat e the streets, and two tioope of horse and a reg ment of Infantry, the lat or teemed to be composed of merchants' clerks. Hali.imore vas threatening the fort with artillery on the neighboring heights. Ifc?- ijrnor was prevalent in Baltimore on Sunday thti ; u.c ? York Seven tii anl the Massachusetts l'gbtn i rr,-i ? Dts reached AwtpolW tL .1 morn'og in safety. UUc hundred and iifty carpenter.", protoc ol iiy detach In.' :ut? of i i:nn*>'lvania troops, hare bc-n despatched t repair fie bridge of the Northern Central Railroad ( Tin c" h jurtd regulars have been despatched WiCkMk e>s | vi . ? '.' I., to hold that jioBition. I v, .< K,\c ji. com,;(;'K)n wi'li tbj* b?w- a "laa <>f tl. r? ? pof ti.ins of I ort MctTenry and the ;ity of HiJti m r'~. it *;i; be perceived thai the guns of I lie tori, coin m. ri I 'tie greater pctK-n o'' the city including the >? x chan^f , Cuetcii,, l v?; ofnt#, l>OCk, t!u2.u. Kail read , i-C. ait NT +??*" <SKK ' ? * * '* t ** t * ?** " , * ;;; ? U? . :*uaii *i s i&t slfe : - tr.w&tAX* * P! Kft ?T i? ?-?> *?r ? ?? :m * > *T*fg|UMidHM 1,5'; \*-+. " ?>???? ?' <X. . ., . :b?b jfe n*' ton. ISS^BSmoa: : 1 [ "I . L'r BL ' giaPSCO ^Vt , u tCilC A. "? *Ui2gton Monument. b. Ki'.'hmgo k?d Post olll^e. \ regime nt of Fennfyhanuns and the Rh->d<- Inland Marine Ili'.tery , prriceed this mornisg in the si"ne dire tic?.. Co.-ieysv.Ue it. oniy flfteen miles from H ititnocc, anil ii' tbo army is a?a!le<l I art llc3enry can set in cno cert. EARRis?rfui, April 22, l'.tll. Four hundred regulars and S00 v?lunt< era arrived hero this morning. ?luaviTrw, Pel., April 21 , A tra c A in from Baltimore by way of the Su?fjue lianns river. Bait. men ?as r,uiet la--t in^ht at si* o'c' ? ir, b it ,i ti' prera'tt' >?-> were making to take Fo* > McHcnry. The Forr wae pr?p.rcii to resist, at .t* gi.ns p in ted th< tit;. ! fb'-'abore was recoiied in the city jei?ier<iiy, tut n< ? cHenFy mi'lak}.] ALL QUET in haltimobi:. W.-.mjxito*, Apr ?: 22, lk5l. Pafscr^or^frem the cwtbonthe tnda Jntt pi?.el here, nj lb at ?H I* <p iet in BiH.More. and that th? tarnpiku is clear of nr.?a*i wla'.x. Pun ?.pk. > m i , pril 22 in?U. The ro.l.tiry po tc Havre <ie f.race ar.d by bon' to Vi. Mpol s. A r<jg mont left tli ? mornint. Ib? wrenth Ad M <.^ffiichu?etUl recti', ents hw ? p* ?*? e'oo o the ro\d rro> nnApota f> Washington. RKI'MI'TED SHBI.LIN?J OF RALTmORK >> FOEr McHKN'RV. l'h.t anKLi'Ni.t, Apr)'. 22, I-il. A \?gu'> i "p^H, utates th?? Fort McHeory was sholiit. Ralf mire at mi tn^ht nn ihe list. PmiAnvvnu, April 22. 1 V*<1. Jt"y r"p>rti! h-.v? Vern tflof.t ail day tj the etvsc'. th .t rvi^t mon his <oea fhclW, tba' * mob :;.?<! b;;roeJthe I'athoJr a! because the Ari.hbisbop displayed tbeAnerl* cw (Is/, and thitOoL Fremont ?rrfv" at V >rlt with a <i tarter of s m:.! >t of muskets from i:n? >nd. Tift". HMNFORC* WKVT ?1F FO!?T M'BFXflV. tT *, I>1., tpri' 2.' A n-v?: ?ifflcw arrl wi at Wiliaingt^D thla a t rn'^n. lJ-saj tlio utecrvr P. R. gpv M.'.'ig Un.led * p tir" of ?i"r troops sad ro!n1V>rce.| Fort V Henry v?ry '('!i"t'y. Ti) ' Haiti; lOrr.ias were wailln. Itjr bee errira? to "?:*>? bof, b>'t rb* started down the bay and traatrati- l ib--ir <|eflgn?. Anar.^il.s is ir. charge of the >-;!vth rfg ra'.Lt of M.,^i ch'Mette. THE MISmNO "/ "NVSYi VAX1A TROO!'-?. pH-u?r ?*.?,.?, 4pr:; 2i, I'll Pevei.l ?>f t*ie Tors) !rar, t lror^p?, ?!i> b';en mie? Bf- siac? the riot, ba*e roturaai here, and rep-rt t?\ing l?en c^nSneJ ,n s'l In Hni.aor*. Th.riy five ethers, who have been w uttering in t!ie woods, near '.bo 0 -:&w.ago, were tak^n tone ghbsrlrg bouses a tS t?*at(4 k -S'f. Tt.f ,ff ba-re r?t ;?t -,rt?d ?->me jet. IMPORTANT REPORT FROM VIRGINIA. The City off Norfolk and Navy Yard re ported to be on Plrci We learn of Qipt. Lowrey, of the Julia K. Tyler, which left Hampton Roads on Sunday, the Slat, thai the pilot who came down from Norfolk to pilot his vessel to sea informed bim that the city of Norfolk and tho Navy Yard were burning at the time he left. Captain Lowrey made no further inquiries from the pilot on the subjoct, as he was wholly Ignorant of the state of affairs on shore, but states that he could seo the Ham cm distinctly from hla vessel. The pilot being only on board for a limited period, owing to the shortness of the time that his fervlcos were required, accounted for Captain Lowrey boiling no con versation on the subject; and, up to the present, noth i g is definitely known, only that a largo tire had broken out, but from what causc is as j et a mjstery. Newark, Del., April 22, 1801. It It just reports thai a cava' officer, who just came through from Norfolk, t. Lutes that the Merrimao and Ger mantown were both scuttled, and the Navy Yard burned by the government forces. The report it not cant rmed. Another account states that the Uerrimar got out with great difficulty, lloatw having been ingeniously < a ctracted. INTERESTING 1'fiOM WHEELING* WmiLiii, April 22, 1861. The demonstrations along the Baltimore and Ohio rail road were but slight. At Harper s Ferry there were about 5 000 Virginian troops A representation of the Union sentiment at Rro kc Hancock and Marshall counties were sent to this city to day, to learn what action tbo Union men of tbts rlty proposed taking in view of the demonstration** in tho eastern part of the Stale, and to concert some me.iiurcg. No special action was taken, but it is quite likely a eon vention of the western counties will be called. IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS. OUR INDIANOI.A CORRESPONDKNCK. 1mpia\ola , Texas, April 12, IStil. Dtjuriurc of h'vdtral Trosps, <tc. 1 wrote to you two weeks .-"Luce to Inform you of the depai ture of the federal troops from this place per steam ship Coatzicoalcoa for your city. I now write to Inform you of the embarkation this day of the following com panlas per Empire City ? Five companies third Infantry, four companies Seoul cavalry Win all 660 men. Oficirt. ? Major Brook*, Major Khippird, Capt. Sykes, Copt. Hchroeder, Capt. Ward, Lieut, tiacDsteu, Lieut. Broady, Lieut llnuiHom, cavalry; ( Jnlinson, C>nt, Whiting, Lieut. Porter, lJeut. Bell, iufantry. Lieut. Wip pie remains Here as Quartermaster. His family went on tho Ktnpirc City. Tbeee troop* have been ready to leave for several dayt , but were wailing for the arrival of the Southern Steamehip Company s steamer An/ona , from Braz >h San tiago, with other troope, who were al?o to go on the Em pire City. But she hu not yet arrived, and it is feared that some accidcnt his befallen her on Bra/3* bir. A email vctecl arrived here from the Brazua a wek a^o, and reported the Arizona ready to leave as soon ai th? sea on the bar which was then heavy, subsided. the weather has been fine since. Tbe troops were there, ready to go on board. It Will doubtless be supposed at the N'o-th that th?' citizens of Texas w ill greatly rejoice on bidding adieu to the old Icdoral army. Such, 1 cati assure you. is far from being the case They re.iotcc in being rid of a sec tioual govf'rnir.pnV but these triopa tliey look ui>on a* their persjcal ftUnds who, with their otlicrs and their fopitllna. lia\e become em'.e&rcd to them by long in?r cocre and many pleasant aseoomtiona, and I cm a?eure they p:.rt wltli them with tho ereatost reluctance not I row (ho seilish motive of pecuniiry advantage to thein i.i ihelr being here, nor tbe protection tlioy have

nil ir^ed them from the incursions of the IikHuu.- which ail Hi-ytit to have been satisfactory , but s* one friend uuother whom lie experts i" never metlapain, o I l'4L 'VUiic instance, if tiny do moot, It can ouly bo a-? nii*J i'ott, ac.Lin, each other 's live*. ladoed. (iK?Ui. r rtnH.tti may not rU|?e bofore the*- very men. 1'raterolxtnf with us now, and inrtiog w itli us with bearta tilled w.'th emotion ? lor mam I Haw lud the wan'lnets not to tr> to com eil then ? .mil 1 confers, thou/h aji uacmproinlxlnf fiM*?ioni8t. my own eyes wore not dry. I say, before av.iihir month is gone, obeying the nistinets < f striot n. "itar> discipline, those hands now grasping ours in ft* ".'Wi?hip may be emi-ued in our he.irt's blood. Aran 13, 1S?|. The >rii"'iii'ias th ? ndomei.t arnvtd w th Miyor a.biey'e C n-,irnn>l. Sl.e ,j> detained wait'ug for the (Vomer to bi :n$ tho tieori areuiiU fiom tne Itio t>racde. Tli wale- wui 40 1% a ? ? t'litl l<iir she could not get out. ? nc- Ar ua armed too late for the Empire <V.y . til c? yaa.tly Uiteicd the troop* here. Tlio l.mpiro t ty t >1 ilt luoib g for N? ? York via Ha v. uv t. '! 1 ??vlr" W a list of tlio oin erg H1..1 cam# ? n t'ie 'Iij'i -'ibley and family and Mrs. Htojklov, v. r Cuming ham ana family, Colonel l?ti.-> ?and ram , ? plain l. it 0 an. CVptain Treutt, Wbiatl >r .?nd . l.imlly, I ?tot'innt Hopkins, I. ie*. tenant l.ody, IK>;tor ' (turns, I'm i t .tolJexj. j 1 aptala ?? ranger s I'irst Infantry a -rived from above 1 list c.tnlug. < aptain Wallace expected. There are yet ? b< \cti ? 01 1 1 ponies of the i!:ghth in.mlry to comedown, j 1 h' Mm of the Vt eat w 111 take w hai she r in. NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS. , ])} I'AI. 1 I KK OK l*>ITKn 8TATKH TROfU S FOK VKK I VOHK I NIliS MRN l?t ARXH? INVITATION TO SAM j HOfSTON TO HI AH THKM. A letter signed by nearly 000 persons, eminUlng from can Autonlo, Texas, has reached Governor Hj 1st on, ask ing him to rove eut there and address the people against tbe Convention, tbe Legislature, tbe Stulhern confede ra < y . Sjutb Carolina, etc. This petition Is to be followed by others from that part af the count'/. The CaWenUtn A>i ot says these men are all arm id with Uir guns of the frderal govern n. -nt. The ?? cesflon n,m tniss. on or ii have demanded that the arms be given up, bti! tbe men refuse to surrender. 1)1 ? Im LLIJ" CONDITION Of OALTEStON. Tbe t;-i'vrston Xewt say?. ? 7 hi app?, ntment by our Co-.'.w.l yesterday of aclti/en t. jro to Montgomerv and lay bei ore" the rorernmeni tbe i? lefnlejf c ndlticn of this city and |sl?'l, and also the request that the Mayor correspond at once with tho Sta e Fjecutlve on the Rame tubjee,t. rite prudon' measures certainly. Bat shall wc wait until responief to ih.>sc ap i licattofcf are received ere doing all we cm for o ir d? lrnc< Tim'? presses; every he ir eount- il we aro to ercct R?n1 1 tteries and mill'.orl'y, the work ? bot:>d efenmer?ce at once, li *0 aro not to take ocy ? t"ps of thi- kind, Sbep' in should at onee re motetotfei ictei j i, all the art.hory atd w ir munition* ^ro'if tit up f. om P./u/os. I th . v arc not t.? be defended. 'ioj ih^uld cot >: to ti ? demind for their re torn to ne of j|r, j ,t. oln'sarm d ve> ?is l"here are heavy srtl'l"ry, shot ami shell and dl*clpllf??d men n 00/ a. stiorinan's c u'Tiac I it*, k-u n> foi/.f- *;. ? there i*, we hove ne^r ted, a stoek ?n tb ? b '.n.r rc to m*V baut*. H ><1I no mm*y fir t (, .Sf(v . nor hi* the ?':y tin* bit the cojnty B.i j h Ti:, 11 1 ti r e il/r-nw eerta'nlv bove p?tr1ot sm ejioaoU t'i ierf?U o it iiis call, funes ' it'i .cnt to purchase i!-ot stook, niiri mo a in New OrleMia. ykXICAJ.v mwrAktlNO FOR AN ATTACK ON TKHl. } corr??pTrnieut of fie < oifeuoi A'' ft *rit'>s from Kort r?nwn, nder dat-? 01 Msrcb it? , s' loMnrs ? in my Ivt I defended th* Medians from homing aev ? alousy tov v;ds :s. Bat the wenM 0? the .oaii fe* ua; tu.-e loJ mo to buliew that tbrt aie inde<-d a lr vle roi,.? raca. T Itaro from a reliable *onri e ? and Colonel %l or! a\ys tbe ^amo thing? ?btt 4 "CO Mexican troops are now forn >0 ? in tbe -tats of Tuniultp** to operate sg t nst the te: m' Th" xieatu art noir uw't 1 g * b?tt-.rv Oj tbe '?ankt of tho mar, a 't the aar.on ImmtIdk 01: ilioausi .lie. THE FEELING IN MISSOURI. f? l/>i -. Apr:: 2:, i?m. Quite D.Tiiierof e '.lt-or ia*-* f .n proir oeut ; .;s rf in tb* >' r.e- ?* f " ?i" ? * pr r in 1 it t 1 ? action of tb r^dom' 40Tcrr*??nit In ' Hii.-f ? ? ! irg ? J military Tor -o > tbe floJJ, ar-l e-p 'ally f.e ill -s fir , vol nt"?!1* fr .0 C e y, j,,r investor l< . n >< m i> h 111 temp- r la m-.?iifi*?<?d, asd ?her>' is 1 ?< I'apoti tk*n to rnn the St.?t? lolo rs,-h, ??: ?{ nib: , .res ; than Ir some other .it4t<ra. There Is a i ?<1d deal of se rr'sion foel Lg ,c ? >0 < sentlooa, but the prerailiag aeatl ment l? ar.nimoos for toncMlatior *-4pie. There ire nny mmo'i berr, tbi' e'ty 1* )ii?t w.dcr der'y, Sr> pub'.:.; 'tem^nstrUior ' ofanycltara t irh ive bet n mile. In; cr r, Mo , .tpri! 2', tW. Tb re w?re rrly L o m -.Wet. 1, a-)?-i ? aid tbnc cat. not tk r fr> . the >. ??r. . in ''iir ??'ti , nr bey were (y,ly taken u protect ?l ? ? iti'ins i' r r.f bands >f d. ?p?ratoaii th?. rr.iy att-v k the o.rt/. \ bond wos given for them, and tfc<y will be returned ?h"o ?'?w.r led By Ite pr?ipor aulb.'r.tie*. Ovfc^r ? inciii j 1 wf/e pcj tak n, ? IMPORTANT FROM KENTUCKY. Pro pot* ft Xentrtllly of the Slats? *?cea ?tty of Taking 8W??-Uw?f ??* Louiivlllc? lipfcdkti of lion* Jw? CJutia rle, Mr. Dhvn. Judge A*.. A?* A Urge and e?thu?Uitic public m?iiog wu.s boH n 1-ouihv.Ue, Kentuoky, on Thursday cv-niog, tlu lS'.a .Mt*nt, in response to a call "lor a sober eipreesloc u to tbc proper position to bo Mrmiei by Ken'uc.y In th.< present . nam.'' The BUrs and Stnpot were ou b.;u aides of tbo speakers' stand, and *ce frequently Cheered an allusions were ma lo to Ibe haulier. JxMKft SrEO, Et'V , ca'lod the meeting to order, aui nominated Judge I'trtle aaCflairmM. l'bo notn.uaiioj whb unanimously confirmed. Ji'DUB Piktix briellly addressed the meeting ou Lv? the Chair, expressing U.k thanks for the honor coni'jrr> a upon him, and upon the importance or tho oxunia. fie urged that reason aud rtUeetion should govern tbc cj -irse of Kentucky, and not passion and resenimont. Hon. N*t Wot ik moved tho uppslntment of a Commit tee on Resolutions. .... The Committee on Rcmtutions retiring, tlio 11 ir. .lame* Guthrie was called for, and addressed the meeting. nit. ornmiB's speech. Don. James Guthrie rof>o anld Ir-mendon che? ng. He said? Fellow ci l/.Mis, my voice U not very str -n-, and I Tear It cannot oc board all over this grout ijsem blagc, but 1 * ill try to m iko it heard. Events press upon ub with haste, ami we s-arrely knr>w what is to corns j next. When Mr. l.ini cln was elected President, we ill felt tliat ibe remedy for a st.lloual resident waa was :n tbe ( Eton and tinder the constitution. I Vr knew wc fd-i a , Striate d'Kiii'tt Aim, oni hiptd 'ha' u<e ha<i '.fie If against him; o'ldtAeie i xouhl h utv U.-n if all m-n hid I foott at their j* >j'i as Kentucky h <t? ' <td. Hut o-r'j ::i SaUt ch'*r t'j Mk' tke rewe ty tW' ?A<ir oust hmU- aid JisfJ i* t^fir tm/iec'un uri'h th< L'ntrt Snutl e'arj'-: tl , frit' anil f/tcti <<*t*n oher .States fot'ou'ed. They hive -- \ ganizeil a separate ^oromment, and ouo exorcising g > v err men tat authority. l/iuisvilie spoko early, decile ly and Armly ngslnst a sectional piety in tho Union, and under the constitution. We had a Ijetrisliituro calid; we have liad a Peace Conference at Wasblngt in, an i both failed ; the result ol' tho delilerali ms of bjlh Houses of Cocgr-'ss tolled to Cnd a remedy for pfco3eion. The peace confereneo at Washington was equally unsuo-'ws lul in solving tbm daugorous question. Mr. l/ncoln wjs inaugurated. Ho ga\o us his inaugural. It was t j stru'i! as an lniug iral of peicc and as an iuaugari! ot war. His eboBen friends did not know how to talce It, and hia oppinents were divided as to ita meaning. 1 ru? i?ctod it, tor, llko (he tserpint, it spjke withaforkei tongre. (Cheers.) Then tbc lioops were to bo * .tb drawn from Fort Sumpter, and then cot, but were to be furnished wi'h supplier only. -Now in tbe action of fie Southern Confederacy, and tlu*. ci Mr. Unwlu, t: 3 frieode of both parlies lied excuses for thom; bul tohsi i' was the pence <>f <<ntn>'r>i,a:nl 'he tiring i( from wir <tnd Muodthid, then there tkouhi m< tn trfermc-. o/tti- j uueUe to prevint tu<h a ibeatlfnl ? Aimiiy. Ken tucky spoke as her stjte?men bavo alw*js spo'.eii, of conciliation, peace, harmony and a Unal act- , tlement. Hut war has been Uiiugu rated; Fort Sumter luva fallen Tho President ha* isauod a p^-.lama tion t ailing lor 76 OCO troop?, but be hie not toldut wh*t be Is gotnf to do with ih?m. I? he going to retake Port Sumter ' Is he going to defend Fort Pi- kensr If so, why doee be congregate then at Washington/ I was at t\ ivh Ington when l.tucoln cunie, aud it waa like a bcleajuerod city. We beard sounds of martini m islo, the tramp o" armed men and the roil of artillery. And now l.'nsola wants 76,OoO men where every other Prcsldont haa live t like an American citizen ? ?b we bave lived and walked ? in perfect security among h!s fellow citizens. Wo bum from tho telegraph that State after State is t jndor .n? him in<n :utd money. Is tho party now in pojc.-is n of tbe government going to conquer tho aevan aov;d ng Stat -s, an 1 hoi 1 them ae tub, .g*ted provin ei. ir they are, l.lncoln should, like an hun.*t man, lave toll ut in his inaugural, and some say he is an hon -s'. u in. In all theFO free 8Wsm sending turn aud mocey we hear n<> voice of peace, and after bis legions have drowned the riouth in c image it there to bo to peace.' What i6 the end of all wars -peace No free people were ever oonqnerod unt'l they wore ex terminated. Why shall not the pcple o* America ! vo peace before, rather than alter, war, when its Jea latinr; Inll aensc has blighted the land. 1 u aid hen'mby to ta'.^ her sianil fir tie <>r?(ch'er>)?and l> tho.'. tUtt t\>M roirexnthe .\irrh rrytrui for p-ac. rb"re aro relijMit-S men, from iiab.t, education and from profeaaijn whone I heart#, when Kentucky cal'8 tor peace, will be roaobed. ?ud wh' *? voice w ill reach the |<owcm tMat b-<, and w will bave pease. What a spectacle wo present' A pi ? ple that bave prospered beyond exainp e in th' re<: irds 01' time frr< and self governed, witno it opprct ou, without t?xit<on to be felt, are now going t> ci. cicb others tlironte; end wbv Baciuse i're.-id:nts l.inola aud Kavis oouldn i settle the et^uott? upon wbioh the trocps were to be withdrawn iron Fort Hump tor. h -ntu ly is a Slali in (hit maUti', w" tlr (< " ? ' of the <>h." with tit or tenn hutxdr d mil i if cr?<f j U)?m < y .iiiria ant Ulinou?yi' i cith tub "! hare Dtr Uueit in jw-e aiul g*d felln shiti IK' hat* tn1 niantl wii \ Ui>ni a,ul th <j wthiH nnre vith ut. We have a.?keJ the So.:th to t'ay It^ir ?, ,ouf, t<>~ we a great stake in th t government, and t'. y have n.t. We plead with lanoolu for p<M<se and bav'1 to* been heuikerod to Mnliwu be bea' k 'u vl to In ttn din of arire Tbere ? :'l ^c ? time ?ltv -. n t k V i owe, :i the atundr firm on her own WII, Hgtittng with neither ctlon, our s will b le ara t>y mliii > s of people of ihc free States, whi w i.l hotirk' a to us on 1 aay, "Wny should th' re bo Ktrlfc between us aud jo i?" 1 hate u. ways wtrtel'd ?gniMt inconsiderato meMi<rcg. We are n ' situated to meet even our border fr.emK .n arms. Ho* Iw w.e'ld t take to ir.iko the noriucrn hnt.k of tie Ohio h; is lie wltb men ami bayoDeb- aed fan r< n hostile to ??' l et us stand bolil'y and fea; l"M'.y, as is t har'ieter.n'.ic of KestuckUna and cry p tac ?. IMi i oil to tha i':: fnom ?) he i/ntd, a>?4 li thrv men i' ho Ida at to n<'- >h tmirtmmli <>J M j,')n ff> at iti'iiiidnal amaii urt ani fir,d angtnitl niriu f.r thrir ?ath (Cli-ers.) I will leave to otbor gt ntlemfti to dilate upon al! tliote subje'tn. Wc hava men who want u? cot at on> e. I))ee not thit ina i^; r t'e wbt- Iters not that begin to create mt u of the Northern border into foes Keep up your relations of trade and commerce end good fellowship stand Urn. by the cause and heed the cout scls of m< n a h > have ever coaas"'" d peace and harmm y aad attendant pro?p(!rity. Tnit Ihiny of breaking the I nAnef a gorernnr.nt vtt'ler which u>e hair Witt* r. d it a hard thing to do. It prostrates the Ubir of the buHbsnilmsn as It liae prostrated the business of mer chants. How muUi better w ill tlie b ismess be tr war ll inaut-urated? I tell you that jou nee I not believe the telecrapblc reports. 1 know tho hearts and sentiment i and feellnga that will come forth and bittlc in tbe free States for ui. If the North comes to ravage our land we will meet them as Kent uckians always me -t tbotr foe*. We will meet them as Kentuckians should meot tiiem, so long as there Is a tree lor a fortification, or a font of land for a freeman to stand 0|>on (Ap plame.) I am for Kentucky boi ling fast to tliat she knows to be good, and for her state ilng firm for her right, and for abiding events ?s ber^-et "L ? ikl do Why should a man be seared by the llrst dafger and tl/ Into itlll greater peril ? You are started at the reports from Cin cinnati. last evening l/>uisv!lle was excited? Ut day sou are reeooc.Ied, for there was nothing In the reports. Tou will bear ef great battles, hut you will orten bear of treat battles ttat were never fought. Now, I don't be lieve that Ibe overrulisg Provid^nc?? that was wltb us tbrongb the Revolution in the councils of the framers of this government, and baa been with ua ? ver sinc<-. baa deserted us, and I hope He has chosen Kentucky to be tbe great (mediator for tbe restoration of peace and tbe preservation of our country. Hon NaT. W.?i?, from the Commute on Kcsolutlons, reported He tolPwing preamble and resolution", which w ? re adopted with hardly a dissenting voice ? Fv> ntsnf e-mmandtng imp''* to the future safety and hi I.or of Kentiu kv have oor.ur?"l whleh cap for net on on th< utri of terclH/en'ii and rvtrj eon?)d> ration of mslf tniereet. and r\ny dictate or wi?dem and patriotism must prompt oor Ha'e u> maint.iin mo?l resolutely ber p>.sltl"n of loyslty Pllustod on the iiordi r of the slate State#, wi'J) ?e?<'n bun lire 'I miles or territi ry eitxiwd to the hostile a> I ick, ?h,<n Id the t nlon be divided inUi Iwti wparste ?oTcr.'l?ntn>?, aod with but one million of population to oppo?e tbe four or five million* of tbe Kl?l?s "Bilsuous to hei wTiieb might become tinlilioidly. Kentuikv owes it to herself lo enerclts s * i?e pre aution befo.e she juecipltaU". any course o setlon which may Involve ber In an lnt< rneetne war hbe lis* m reason to eisi lust the pre* 'ait kindly feeling* of the peon. e who reside on the i.orth bank of the Ohm river, lony n?r irWndly neighbors, and eonneeu-d by s ihousan-l ties of husir.ees and . n?nusuii>lty; but she must re'i Ue ite fact thai I! Kentnfky soparate* rrom Ibe federal Luton and a?s.imeat her soverntgn pot*>r* as an Independent Ktate, that Ohio, Indian i and Illinois nnukinlri l.irsltothe f?der?l tnl m. must be. *n? lei political s n HULnixa. ll Koutucky deserU ihs Htarsaod Strip< ?, and tboac Slates i^lnsre t. the Hag of the I nl m. It ,.-f pi- ImpaiexIMs to Imagine a eonllnuanae ol our oM frteudlj relHll n? when con?'antly recurring c?u?e? of irriuiion c?>uld not be *rolded It is l rom no fear ihat KentMiky would not ..tways prove herself equal tu. the enger ic* of snynewpo *, ton she mmbt tee proper to a*4ume, mtd from ao disinisi ?t' the braveiv of her sons that these suKgewti^os are made, but as "when In Ineeoune of human events It beoomes ?4 for oti** (hf j<!lltiCAi r??fiu? whico have connected ihem with .nothee a decent respSPt to Ihe oplt lens of mankind requires lh?v slionld the Muses H bleb imp< I th< m to the separation, ' so an ?'('ial ne <-e??ity eiis's ibat we shsuld not dissolve thoae bsads with Id frier, ds snd nelahbots without .-ailing to our aid eeery ? ofrf"ti<n of rrtidenje and siha'istfrg erery efloi t to recon e?? dilh tulie?. befofe lakins s'e|it wh h ? ?nnot be retraced, ?b<1 may lend to exs*peranoti, .-jlllstons and evstttial w?r; '"p^t^ved^ l. 'that ss the Confederateitates liavsj by oven ai^t*, eotniiH need aar asainst the I mied Htalea, wtthou eon suitat ion with Kentucky sn-l ihelr ? si.ter Southern Mste^, hen uekv retire. t? h*r?elf the right tor-boose ber o>vn posl i lor ?vd thai, a hiie her natural symp*'hie? are with 0><>ee ?bo bare a common lriten ?tin Ihe proiictlon of *lavsry, she mil wknnwlrdre. her' yalty a td fraiiy to the govsroment Of the I nlied Mates, wbleh *he win cheerfully render until ! Ifcai eovernnient l?vnmes ?ggrsfslra,tynwk*l and reca-d 1. .. o: our rlihtals el**e property. ' Hint the natloatil government should be tried by Its a ns, i ntnl that tbe several tates, n? Its pe %rs In their uppropria ? si here* will h<'1d it to a rigid aonuntabltttT. and reoulre 'hut tt? s ta iheuld be fraternal In their efforts lo bring tis- k tin ?.. e.'i--?- Mate*, aid not sanxuinarv or ooor.dve. ihat, as we opt)0?e 'he c%ll of the Pre*Men'. for votun " i( c mi ihe acoaolni( Kt*>"?. * *e .pp??e li e racing of troons tn this S'a >? lo ? > operate * / h ? h' eou'hein "'federafy, w Ben tbe acknowledged mtentlon of the laiier is lo march Upon the city of Washington an tur* t^e e?, 'al. and a hen, in Its mirch thither, 11 must pi?? thro i "1 ftvte* whleh ha1, s not yet renoiine?d '.heir ailegtanoe to tne i nicn ? that ie,i?sslo i IS s remedy for no evil* re>' r I n ? ?? ry, hm *i. eigiavstion and eompilcatlon of eilsting dtfl.Ml I ilea ructworvss n' in" na?t, ll e ial? rests f the r'u J ,?i^^n!nthi solemn con\W' os of future doty, a#d use I f ll' e?? In the h i e of ti id 'Si Ion r,r ' '' ' ' taslns part with the ii?eei11of htates sgalnst the general go I vaet.rptnl - 1 A 1 1 St 'th*pr?-<li d'ltv of Ketjli; ,/ Is t> Ci ^ rr'?? id- 1 t>> ? vt. , tav ? ? A?a not w.ili ti.e a jb'u s'rau^r., iyr f ' * tbf seesd ng Hiates, but v.Hb Unkn against theni ?>>th, teclirtng her ?r,u tt n f . -?.i '? 1-1 ih" bo?lt'e trrii '? "iiHer, and 11 n<csaiT '3 iriki the declaration go>d with h^r ulnm* rli.dtt jum ? 7. That to ihe snd Kwiu 'kv may 0" fully urwpj..--.d :of Vm* contingency, "w.- wo .ul hav?; her arui h. r?e<r thor ,(.1 , % tbe. t iriirstpra<'tlcab|. moment,'' by roguiar legs. t j)n. P. ' bat wa i.wk to tho loung into oi the K n i, '.t? auvi Ou' r<" as the bulwarks of the safeiy o/ (ur eom.n >nw?s)*.h vsd :bat we conjure th?in to rrniemtx-r th?' ihi-v a'.- n idle J t ,' al'y to tld- lity to ihe I mind < a .nid Kentucky. 9 That Ike l'ni< a nvl ibe Oomtuutioo. twin* uu 'y tt?i w_>ik >f Southern vildWr* aud staUsntou, in nii* .i . ?imiM a firer k iaranl> l?r Southern rights ihu> Ci\ , ! iund uuderai yuli ??r?ysteni of goverum-nt yet di ;? l Dj Mil. MXON'a SPEECH. Mr . then rote nod advanced amid ej.thukiastx. ' eis. Turning to tho thgi wbie.h grauod tic s.asi he h:i J ? citizen;? Wboee tlig m thai which w&veu ovor at Io wUoui doe. 3 It belong? h it n>! is ii h ' our ouv i.'ars end ?'rip'i. anU do uv nttau &xr ii a'<tn Ihat Jbiij his tear ward over Knt'.u. ':y soil ioi9k hviur ahti ijIji /. It ii our ilart? i' U my Ituy. It is A?r? '.j. by i ii 'j. Wb.n Ihtl 1I14 is trail' , I in tb > d .?? and d? He "vet, I pr/y Ilea, en tw. tbo o&eib mi y ?>>? d r?ro~ ed with it, for I do not wi-h. and t trur*- 1 -rs -_'l nerir 1-xk npon it* dishonor It is our ll ig? --Hir-, -vil l i vo t'Vf a country m <1 a g iwrniiKiu'. 1 shall no r s d"r hit dig. 1 h Xfo i* firm Ou^h-,! .i .1 ft* ? ??1 tJ i.-'.ryrkrf and un^jinr it m /lit . J x>-- "..jur ???' amid gfoam, ?"<' /"?*< !*?? ??<?? uiti ?'i'i lur'h in ih ? w"Ar ba'tU, an. I 'u, f 0' ? ; wr.'r / fre'\ to honor an*l /ifory. wii/ our cxioti'v s~ ?'r down, sad why is' our glory shiiiol "io ^'yjrr ? our oODBtitution aad g?j*-frnmont dcstroyol? VTh^t. can?e bus bruight ulwul all this lifottW bc'wo'n th'< North and the Houtbr Pirn" siy it y::-.b Ibo Territories. Some c-iy tho goven mont rri.-s en tha South; 1 hot .Mr. 'iln < ia o!<cud op .1 so-ftr-csJ .?!? d ue, awl 't; a principlo >>' li'*tility to an lust t ... a 01" the "-'oufh It is true. But ha* iho goTornmoat aver warrid on the South? llife oontjjt should bo xith Mr. Licoolu, and uot wjth rtia'. II ir? with tlio t'aV)n! I b 'liily albrm !' that iW" amendmout to tho cnurtituMaa, wlfi fia'''' t Rontheftt uit^retL', have beea ra.: 'c at ;b? intfan -e of .S'j'.ith'-rn m"n. W?j not the a :t of 1 SjO oiwcted at the iDBtaneo of Vou'born men, and was it nit fr^me't ic advo>-.atu.t liy uur o?n iiuauital R^ior.tuan ? keu tvi ?y 's uoliio ai.d ^ iau ' 1?jV Ih ' i>i iu<:ii>:e whicb :i ! cur lerrltorlea bave t>?en orTinl/.od h mia tnv. pa )p!a wbo owned 'laves miebt tako itvm thoie, anl tn-j Ter ritoiles could Co iuimut"d bh i-Uvd nt'it: s. These a-.tB th is providing ue st'l in force, l'bo ^'j'.'.h asked let the r>'p o?l of tlio IlifAuarl C utiprorny.', and It wuk done. \\b?' i-exty Kven Btuce the in ii /'irit'On of Mr. I inoote, bis party ban g ven ssiiCtion to tbr^e new I'e i.tna under th? siM>e ?i la" J. All have tho right t> tako thetr si^veo the#e. Wl-atjth'u. is the ejtfoofoor dlltloultyf l.zok at iC rltarly. Ih it thota-ill ' Wi.s it n t mido ;ir. the Ho .lb wautei it ard w.u it t.ot Soutli Caro lot wlio etajig m1 111* IMd r 01 the g"nera' goverbnie i'. cbaege >ho thea sxi'tini; viiluoof gold and 1 ,:ver for the benefit of tba iiuth* 'Vowel e tolil tiie o'ber <Uj that if Lincoln n s ele.tfdf h'S Intertior wa? t ? dejtroy tlavery. Hid ho not ile e'aro tba' the fs/i Ive ?liv? Uw ehould lie enf-'rcedV Hew hai It ben done:- Wee not flvo *laven ealy late'y tsken fioie 1 hi<'ag"> and delivered to tholr ownersv He declares h- w:.' enforce the la\rs, and not Intorfero w' .h slnverT. Ihm irf>y tti't >"arf I wilt V I', you n'\y ? bit mis* Mr. Ziiciltl hat httu Ifctfil rrrtUI'tu rf tK?. ( "nintrj, aritl Mr. D-tis oouhl it or, ai.J, 'htre/orr., a Southern ','onftde raev tcoi to t* lorm?l '?j S->u h-rn tU m i /ntiiiei, nnd no. > thr\j ir a'UmiHvg :> <<tog you on i<?U tfl'.nt. That, in .he plain Btot?' ot" the iyivo. lieiu.'igoguoR at toe Ksrtb and demsgej ucs at the riou'.h have niv>ded tlio eoi stry ; they would fctrike tbrs digger to the hearts of tieir brothers; they inaugurated ?ho ctvil war mrr rtgisg, ?nd wish to drag you en wit!: lliem I say. f'.r my ;>art, I am not to be forced, I will not bu driven t^ desert my countiy and my ccuntry 's ilug, nor turn n ?tnke my dagger av her h art , U-n over stand forwaat to her I; lory and her bonur. What are V< do "ri'.h ,VJU'\ Conliha anl h-r s? v/e/i <,is"r>t I?o you m'un to t"ll nri tney will c^mo baok H'bai if you giro tlicm over, wj they ev r come b > k They nave tiirne-l t?>etr h vki 00 th?ir coubtry, and now they w?nt you to 1* . "?nw'tto th 'iu. In n iust i im/'e I will defend our a", every potbt and sininnt e-, ury combination, but ? ?< b?t tles .u'a.'ner the I,iv *lo tne '?insolutlon 1 i>> ? u,; fba be?rt ! have not the C"urago to do it. I ..unit Jo t ? I will not do it .V- e r StriAe at OuUJtaj ot 010 -tt'rj ? fultoM Dt u lu 1 of it the Stun and SnjpM? 'tt: /Siapk which ha' scaie-t t" '> i/ji aln/f a* th* tmbUm <?/ n.'ijhtj a iiytfin--!/i-' ee ihat ring for the ? t'.rihc thit IXig'e fnnt Hi high /izc t m id coil cr'.und the Stcrs f.V: H inaht ' The serpent stolo iD'o the garden of 1-oen md whtfpered treason to heareti In the ear of Kve. And now th" Horjwnt would seduce tit frnn. >ur alleglari 0 to our country. Wero it p>;Uihlu for him to coil himself ?r3"itjd th" ii?g.I would t-*i him from thoi folds and crush tiru beoeath ray feet Pn- rat', -nake ' fur the toy U! !j j /< II jV> 1 he Itr/ient your fo4t :,>ui be at jt 'tm'l. Meoiwut-.e* J'vr ih itwr&ionl. h ju. bf.lSiAi fcir. i/f't v >u ' r 'Hi <xl it -fis, oj teen n Io ! kt. ceil, an>2 i7 W j'Mlow af'-r th* i"1;*."' our fair will h. ?,> into tin* hn/ 0/ ic ' t .n. That it t?? l'?U w.hiek tefaifl :/M( ? f yn\t fellow !?<?' vumuMtih-a pmitfin. Oti jid; adit -rf m U> go tr!, vfu' me *a<i remi-n in (h* L'iu'm. ' Jh> y t> II "r 'h*.' ? or- "nil to f jM n-i matter ho.n . ?. t ih a e, A 'l in t// it <"i': 1/ TeidtJ >a fflhl She l/irn to til/hi It hi>> li.'f'iu <V, O/I'i Ii-h ? th- 1ml Iff Hrltt ti ' J( 13 t'auiril with 'hniii, ar ?' ' tj irii 0/ /1 ? r tonf i*ivk ? let I .. 1 rn* tu its tr- !!? ' lli>' .ih " thuul'f i i'er light ? K r\ l} r ! rnjh'. title. but why is tho I'riwi b -oken cp' t I# it 11 1 be- ttuo Mb oln la iVsiid^o ' Co.v ion* is hit iu!-.! to list? In tho history of n?tt' ne, what is f? ? r year*' llowaoon will he lie Jrasred downs nJ uiioth) r anil a bettor in in raised in h tieb plac i'be A' letlean people sre |mwerful when tfcey ar<* a' 10 .sed t 1 i"-* 0,1)11'. 1I11 y sli raid a ??. ca'.i "j. Noj* I hey re wild w th ev/'.eiri"!!! and ae-. wi'.hout io 'g.nent. Uh. t wcttW 'to do r invaded Wo would lly fr m fco.i-e to bouse ar l 1 <sh (? g' tber but would wo bo n say c% j??e,ty to defend ooivelvi sr (Vimn. us and not ex. it? mi'Dl should ehsrnrii'i 1^0 us. Se\ ?Q stat. hn tecsdod, and the ?"iieral gnernnu nt attempts to ot.:' n:? th? laws Hie war con.rnonees and bl >od Is h"d, . id forcnj aro ready af rayed ilbI c eh other 111 bxtho action /;' nvve du\ ^o! tJ? our fate WhnU to Irfin l~hi " <jr- /'.(l to il' l'end 'r urfrlf ij ?,ot( iyi nut of tl f'ni .71 J* //' i/i ii Jc </i it ni or t> ?? dr [are <ti/r ai/axntt the ( n, -> ? ? y>u "/h. j? '? ih- Vor i <r%d .S"> \prf }\'e hj ? a mil'i m *f popu loui ii retidm' tm o f tie tnl* *?; araie<l t/y 'He Ohij riitr Jtai i Inhano liUnoii an" Ohio', u ilh aji i'iu'stttim of f r* mi';i?.n<. ihrou/h eash Stale afo nuiiierouK rad; sc'-< atle to lia..?pirt wi army in s few i ,yt to our doois. WhstroaCs hare ?e but ilioe? to v,'?j?bvtMo ?nd I Iestngtco And what can wo d > with them / tmir'y tla 1,1 the VirtA tan y ?' r n nf one hnrn'ml iiwatul m'li u/?/n - fry fa'ii-j' us What can we dt " iht State i could rai$e f erhapt 'i'''i Ih u*and men ftr htv tyenee, but ' if Hot i an tl "y Co ' Can thi y save your .Mate >ud y onv city" : From the he, ? his beyond the river they ean bombard your city and destroy it. Th"y can cut <>iv oil c msaum | cation with the Sjuth, and every foot of Kentr.cky eoJ eventually become dest crated by the Ibvader. I Can the fr-uth hel/> v>u v She hat imt mori . t . wi -;.i 'ity t. to 'Ui to d'/irut hernlj.fii the North eon with her "/<?( jut of f all < i '.nmunication n ith th' "Ut tide marl', and by i\r Hiui' tifjii rirer u-iih Wcsttrn State*, and <ntntU i tiarvt hu ?South in'o Oi?e Ik '|>e tor KnntuoSty ro maicr? stan.l still, With the border Htusa v>d def/ invasion from either side. My sy w>p?thie? ar* ww It witb the South, but I am not prmrod to h?r In lighting against our geTernment. If wo remain la tk? I'nion we ore safe. If we go out we will be taTft4a4 ; if we hold as we are we are m e; if we go out wo will be over powered . There is but one position to MM for fcoMr snd safety, and that r' si Hon una w? an ?*a the country. Another point ?if an army Invades oa c?a wei save can we pro'.ect, our homes and raalllaaf VWn.ta our city, the sentinel struU the ttroota, anl wo are pow er less before him, who la to protoet our fatoillstY l'h.,?9 who have I'lsnty of money can (loo; hat what Is the poor man to dif He will have to Oght Think of it . wbo j* to p-otect thorn then from brutality and shame, our city from pllisge and destructton' And It will turoly befkU us a' we do not stand by our Hag To go out of tho I'nion Is to raise a new isni* with the North, and tura the whole wuilrr sgalrst you. The ship of State la one In which we all sail, sod wh<n thus launched into the oceaa, sad about to founder because part of the crew rebel sgaiast the ommsrder. It is the duty of all, ?mbesitat'r/r'y, to aid and save. Pa'eiy denutnds that we stand by the >ag, by tb" govertimmt liy the Constitution in tho dirtutcc or i yo tear the ih juts of men snd the roaring ot , The fo' men arc gathering for the dreadful oeoti c* , aid when jou cut loose from the I'nion It la to take a part. Rut yo> are secure fr?m both at Ion as you remain ae-ilral fou are to determine now. Ksamlae all the point1* look where you are golnp before you take -be ?tep tli'ftt plung"S you into ruin, and, eslraly reaoec og, fre.' fi .m excitement, determine to stanl forever by the country the ( or>stlt ;tlon and the stars and atr. pea, and be st.-ll thf mightiest nation the world ever saw. J' l'g. .VIChoTaa made a beautiful, elonuent and patri otic -i .'<' b. which was greatly applauded, and < loos 1 by ottering a series of resolutions, the laat of whieb, aa fcl foll'-ws, * as adopted, the balanee being wlfhlrawa ? f"? ui, lha' * ?' hull io Major Robert Ande*soo, ttesa. ianl < efspder of Fort 8 .niter sKSlnat over? helming otVU, a worib y KeBtiie?..m, the wortky son or a patriot sire, who ha* 5<?et' s ierok;sne> miple of what o\ gat always t^boikr iv, i, d i? f apatiiot soldier, In the i reteoee or the srme<) 1 s**a'la*t? of sliro'iaini * Hs?, that be, bis "ttleers and ii^n lave well earned tfce adisiraMon and gnuiiud* of the naUco. Judire Hulici s nau tbo Hon J. Young Hrown 'ol'owed, I and tho meeting, * hich waa entirety orderly, a ijouraed, I after'gi. irg rounds oi cheera for the I nion and fir ' Am?r|i an Hag ! LnnmtTR, April 2.', l^fl i The Unlcn sentiment is greatly on the in n.'*etbro ,gb I out the Mate, and I am j.ow well convinced tin she wi J : remain is she has rince Iit formation? > firm ?<lt rent I of Union and brotherly love w Ith ai! our si it 'r Siatoa. i In case we secedc It will be by the action or the Vorthern I States. Kentucky will hive to bo fired ? ".t of thi ! I nion. 1 i>rpoRT.\NT '.fovEMK.vT in Lorrsvuxs. Iy>ri<Tn- p, Arrii 12, 19fll. niereits movmeDt oa fiot sod will probihiy t-e adopted in a .Uy or two between the civil and at'JlUry authoritle of Looisvi!>, Jefferaoav lie, an I N'ew A*baey, I to prevent isy invasion by U et.le troops from tho North I or South so long as Kentucky preeervee her present I ivtuf. . Lopmnua, April su, lMll. fevoti t'i mp.ndea of 11, e -u?t" Guard, to the segregate | of lit h"?dro'l and fifty men, under tho conou.lof iythn*l T ghm. n, bave been or> anl/ -d at Paducab, Ken | iuclr*' Ml ETWO IN DHL AW ARK. ""a*" nrv*, PeL, April 22, 1M| | t sj^at o.m moe,ing was held here tt a after IB iwasiBsa> laorag^i a.;