Newspaper of The Sun, April 29, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated April 29, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK SUN. I 1. . ir THE KATES OK AnvTiT?S!S? UK woT aSW1 ?" . .' and Nhw etreell. ud MX AKD A QUARTti CfJT FKB WK.KK, aw srv V! Tt"OiiC!H. rWh mi by mail. Four IMlan a year. !thXi3r!;Um,,fc,,,,u It 063 OPI4 PKR DAY. THC WEU1Y SUN tt,llM.4aa '-'Wa! &!2tk.P AND WBwtas nilAtHKINS WANfKD FOR TUB fELP WANTED - NOTirK-KUPmr. i fi2 f".""rt.ullr Informed that ther .. ooi na eitharanplorincntllmce. N't. I lli-otd.rlh. h.. and nwwt iwlLu. n..i. .j IL " ''? ".' ,n" bast 0YSTEI.MAN AND WAITER WANrEI) SKL'i:11 rr.i:niisTwo good wt it.. " - .! iw UMitn ir. i.l7, KM I'l-O Y Jt i:.tT Female. CJKWIKU MI('IIINKWA!fTrD OP r ruad ay, u.p i;u-. t,Mi SfWN( MAU1INES-WASTKD 1& ir 'Ttr,.Hl ,.',,, lliiM for a mIb aiashla frrm KO to 40 noUlMn to "a'ah alllt.ry einu, aUo a totoTaaalaswhn uooantand th Icala; aomi 'MlCK.STMadlaoaat aiiliail SEWIKG KACIUNK-WANTED. LADIM f kr tl-aUoii WW!WM.oa'i Imrrarad alnf aiMlilnna, bf ooa of tha oldoat aiairlaoaad ktuioln, Hlln, ., and thoroitfh ratntc jm mt of ha maehlo. and rMoanmraad to plaim, for 1. Z"!ST7,'?.,f ! "irilUad. Amvhloabr S,lni1' ,m",1 d0-' Caaal atnat. UlaXMU' ava.Ma' tEAE, ESTATE. "CARU.F0K SALE IV ttnnKMNn m U,il'ja Ci'lr foltlraibid, da boiUlM.Vi itr. balanea U,r foltlralxd, da boikllM. U tit, frnlt absndaut, prloa t.'Wrti termi aair. IUK, a4.IM,4aa JTARM3 FOR 8ALE-CIIEAP FARMS nrartlin.K.armt141mllMfromN' York, oo I. U a trart of tierllmil farmlni land, all atMdaottra loamKiUl.Trl.fnarrumiUaaMawaata, aad aaallf uMraUxl. for aali la ouanUttaa to wit pomhaatra, al HCitrllaUI1asa,eorDraChaaionat. (3Maan4 FARM 1X5R SALE-CONTAINING SIX aerra, ondr food eultlratknv 'Tt"f bolit'-t-. Z tharoal: altltwanMarBanUor toarihef, Thit fc a la .imitM on. mllo rat of tha thrlrtnt lltam ' J l analaa. twa Blnnt walk from and appoaHi tha Vfl Traa itattan. I'aim vaattnn a farm ihould loak at tkkL Vara laara Houtb Frrrr dlraot. ar aara ftaat WUUanutKiriih to Kaat Sr f ark. thanea by ataaa. Frw narnaalara aal on L. (X)KMtLU on thl promliM, Jamaica, U L apt Uur ,K) FARMS FOR SALE-TUB CHEAPEST farm. In tha 8Uta-10T aeraa. tlM I WO unt, ) 1J0ui llacrua, loni t arwa, IWl 110 aerai, .() i BU airaa, (To.nuO I A asraa. J.IKIO 1 11 Mrtt la . rialnlMd. o miu i o eottaava, ura hjjai nh u. I CaU on d. VAIL, I Fulton it, from 10 to on Bator. ' dart oUu daa, la I'Ulafiali Dip.t, Naw Jmw, aotildaa'HO FAKM-CHE.U WESTCHESTER FARM for al-ia acrwi, wltk applo, ahorrf and paar trm,1ioaia and bant. Id a plctariia location, t niK Iroaa W ktt rlatiu ! prloo J.UlX 1 o o i af t irmJ. -tffABM FOR SALE AT RAIIWAY, N. J.-A 7 ilr.lr.bla farm for aale within two mil, of tha rail f road drpot, eomUUna of in acrra of linprorad Ian I I nnare liu u nou-r, oar.., , .-.-;;. --7 TViroa aair. F ill BartJeulaw. appjf ii:k. Nc. J Auoit. .t. V.. uaier the Ma A. A-ai . aill nata I mnrv una cu m " " ' v OUSE FOR SALE-A H0C8E AND li or DO arm of land to Bolt the pirahaaer, ahoat Mlnlli. from N.w ick on Lout lilandl aoaamanl. raUou dallrbr ratir.d orataamlioi tare, Inquire of flAMl'EI. J. TOWkl fare I a. ro,, or afur T p. m, or of J Jirouk, L. 1. t. For partlou-I- IT lift it, ba yOl'NO, f)B Hl.lvV.i HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE-SMALL bouaa and two Iota for eela ehaap, at jreodhaTiO, tlroadwar.N.Y. HOUSE, BARN, AND LOT FOR SALE OR ta Let-AJ aaarllla, Btakra .lalaad. a two-atorr artle frand houaa, barn, Ac , toaatnarwltli four acraj af land, varr DliweaaUr loeatad neir Ue rlllaaa on JlUw5)diuul.Ualo t. thapyt. Thenooij anilr 10 Jinin aAwinaouaa ... ,....i -1 -i u 1. ni.Tr .VOL. BAHrt I iwr.-,-. .. 3,i.T.ll H OUSKS AND LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP lnllrooklrniooatwVThon and lot for UA ...riraVwTLwiaeand W W"Khil!Ilib-toS. wf tu. Urernwood eata. Inunlra of MrliaWJ,i rbVaaahai. r apmacMM HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE-RARE .tuuuki lui .11 rulauou The h..uee and I l- i M'hn.c,ntkt. Wllllmibiirh,la now orl far aale .' ,t the t r rj- low .r!o. of aayl. U U two rtr. ba '.bbuI ant etfd. :th lH"Kof mnv. Jjt V, . ; wa-.n. till In an eioellant n-Uhhoruoo-J. It la well rotth loklu at b tlioan who waj.1 a bmuasor for ipaeu. ati.n.u It W r. adllr. and pv a nood p ir ient- re. ror lun'rr pmnwi ri". hi mail inioroiHtlotl aan be out. ou tha or.mi.aa. .land. Owni.raalla acomat vf kuauMei rwulrln hie iiJontion. jlja ni ur ...Mi w TTOCSE AND LOT FOR SALE-BAR. X 1 aaina In nal eUta-a bouaa ew.UlnuM 5 rnu te&Ji!?').! VSSiffS .iunt vin4 rl l.v inii ones .o.", ir.w' -- M, price aaiai rir torma Vkoa imall fmrat to let, and a atere In fort "' u.Tlll IJ.V-. braa loot of Dprlnf at. Id ?! o'y-.T.' i'jia-v. j ..11 tui'iri jo. tjru UUIia. r. - :a!f h HOMING B, on tU vramlaM. J- r ANDS IN VERMONT niF.AP-0YR L4 i...UUi . ..1...1.U ..nuwiiaaifi. 11 1 it n'fw-rfirl and """.tti.'""" """."."r.'-A ih.. lmiora. oTirild to aettlera, en warp aaar aarmt. Tbl landl are wod, and rery haaithr. Apply al moB Ny. I.erer .-u'tou liana, at 1 1 to I. I,lo-, OTS FOR SALE-BUILDINO LOTSON I Herran llllla, nlcelr looatad 00 horia railroad root, near Jarww '-1, or 11 iDoaeu, at rt an roins JoutS llrraeiVOnlon Hill, ! nood nalabbirbood.: L. r,,r eaVr-ftlea, 160 ta W. Applr to CII A. W. WABD.41 Water it. au wao-iaa LANDLORDS AND TCNANTS AUKrEMKNTS. NKWor.Kel N 1MI'ROKDFOB. 1 THE COUNTEIlor' 111 K HIS Ol FIC C. t CecaUper art, r.i.ir $4 par hundred. fcM " . . ..n, ...na lm LOTS FOR 8AI.E-TU miuia.iiw . MfacrnreralKUaahdhaoNew Jor-r. IlMirlr .nit r.i milwii.nr...v-m" " "";: !.t:-.r rrv.i..i. 0..1 ai unrirauea iicuiikw io. ,";".-;,; '.n moonauicai irao.-. . .. .. - - it K I L. '-. .J trm nt O.naiUlL ADDlrtO K. K.B...U. nd rooohauk Itradaa. V. wrtea and lrmi 01 parnwi vy'i ,",;, -.7. Tiv lium. No.llliarert,T(.YrterU J. l.t".l'.L! X Afonl. ajieaor u -h . . -- . '--....: ... . w . .1 1.1..M.0 w 'T BULKLEY, AUCTRj JTa on WedneaiUr. April llSUatfJ Merchanta' nourtaef on . .. tmT' A-" & iSiAr' fc-nS5 ' MONDAY MORNING, ATR1L , 1861. Ouruor Km and reJIon street. K,w rark. frfl.!li.,u4(M,lDH MW. . . ."T? " ,fc Wr IT II '"""L' ! .Hil"n rf w i" llknJkTn'-trt V ? IllilVMl"t,,,WTAI"-,:,- T COMiIf.RS WANTKIl - IMMKD! VTEU - tori ! Armr.i.Kiartlim-ii. I'.r fr.ra l I S,Vi ' ''!"",hl ,t', bj"'1' l-l. c. AM, at Uie liM,uai r.iiJ.aou.'i OlntUanilt apU-ll " WOOD TIJRNEU WANTED-WANTED . A J"""1 tornar, una aocut m -d til Jabbiiw w va ?Tfrrt1, vote but a rtady and I T wnrkmi. 0 'otVK'&i ""'""'''e Nrl lK?J," awATB 41 I H tf daur HOUSES FOR SALE AT WILLLkMS riinh-Twe aalorf baaement .and I .ah aelMi brtcj Snaw. with water, aaa,aM, riaaiaaaa7 ... ?r-r 6 mlnnlee walk rrorn ina raaa ii "T--J-T.rma aaar. lor parUoulan apply to B. A. P""" Wtth Tr;lk"t 1 afi ...x'l'vi ,frm'1illeJikj 1 it 117 brlak bajan - uncerC NUMBER 8987 TOLCT. " wi)niIM, ini llroedwar. ror MrtValiu 1 bvmlrrof .lull w nu.uii.r i.i. i?""iT. I e.iw3u.y iuuSy APAIJTMENT8TO LET-SECOND Story I 11 . ! r. nt ". km min, Impeor j J1I4 " ,l3 fc,4l,'" A PARTMENTS TO LET-SEVERAL SICK F.!?ik.,,cb""' t-W Ninth it. tear Arma A. .nil Siu.H ft ?!." ?'" ' ' Are. ft, near M mn, .. .. ., ,,, .v iv aiU. Apply el 14o peiteuta II.IIM A rRTMENTS TO LET-TIIK I AND S.EL.V!Tir int.., nrhrf.r,c.n.tl f o! n rvoir n and wntr i rral l-rai to mo 1 1 q- . Ari4lillivd Hour, j j i, i ArAirTMENTS TO I.ET-TIIE THIRO f?dJ",!,,,,;,,,,i-'.n,,,, ft ri,m ' mr. tl aiauUJi, and an abuudauc.- u, clmau, ixiit, li. A PARTMENTSTO I.ET-A FRONT R.jm. f k itrN-a ard Irdmom on J r to I d i wat r an til" I it. AUa, froi I loim a id led rum n 3J N.wr. N. Br but Aiu.rlc.Ll ur.d ap.r at Na. KK1 lllinm ud ""t. IJ.WI, IIAKERYIOLKT, AND FIXTURKS FOR . 7.i'.' c,lu"P-')'auaudalo ivnt, Al plyCllftjuiud aa. SJ,IW fOlTAHKS 10 I.KT 'lN RIUHlicm y r ttuluiua,iitorr bMirui.t.M)lajliar, a Li 'if'"- '.'' "i '.n,l " l .ilr w irt . p TinUa. ,m' II. Illll.l.iri, IK,;jor. T,14il,3 'Otiaoes t6"Iet7.vkast iiRociir. K't'l "",u-o fiaos l-.ti.n l.iartt an H7, U "' . In n-ar ef it.- Il.k.ll. Aienna ri.J'2'L"'.,.,""'chr,,"''r' nttan-llh iwrnn UkllitaMraoi without. Aim lor tali', a t ttfrr and hnwrnniil attic fiama boa aluHilbnan it- niarMif "kiVia'is.ji'iir "- Mir pOTTAdE TO LCT-flO PER M0NTH-A atrd, trontln ou rtia cltr railroad, Hrantirn. tm l"IU'V"!i,'M'r:T- AWf ''"kfort HatlMl w I'H'rii "t. .N.w nrk, io.,m i. up lUira. .lfl.t fOTTAOE II0U8E TOLCT, OR FOR Si!. .V ''" ? nuni-At thi batuttfal .liiaaa af i.i " V'iks ii.' . 4 "! " hMn rtdo to M ork. ! ikB ''"id Railroad, which mm a tra'n artrr '',,"K! Jron Mar nail, unl cla. anaav can. la nliia c rosa, with plrntr id land fur a aardoai to a lAHK, 1KI Oraad at, apl9,tSl,tiM H0VSE ; TO LET-Ian ENGLISH BASE XX! IT-lV? :'"" '"! I-Pm.an7.nu. alao ordir. dMUt,erlVii tUtthV. KSllfJr. Hi USES IN nROOKl-YN AT IOTT Rant. Tha laalmil 1 aw A - lb, tb Cuabrland at, nrmr Mrrtla an, with aa.wator, bath, Ax, test Jh, do. SI Carlton ar, near Mrrtla ar, witi ....u iti,i,bii. w Mnriw nair ar acuta iia C nuk a,ft afrit a ar, rrat 1. lowrr naif at k itiac li l Ilataon ar.'rar 8aadi t. rnt a.HV). th up. " h.U af bonwa T4I and Ut Narr at, nrar Ua Kllb Aranna.wlth taa and wafer, rant (1711 14- uprcr half rf tha thr, I itory ant bw.uint brak la Idluf. 1M and 104 U-t at and lut ItuU J'JBft ? tt, with a. i and waUr, rant l'; tha flra f .tor and attic fram. hon.w on both I a af B.t'rr .Ln.tll.vt and ilmJ l vim, . Ha r iter, rrnt f iiia tli. ill new nntwl onttanboaa " ' unwwn inui mar, a- panai ar. near t.ild .t. IV.. iLtlll Bt M.f w . " "ao; "aw mmj prva noumfeor nnta ar aad Ritnoj at, each floor fHt.d lor a (nitaal nr rat hmllr, rfnt.aintoln ra.thlr. Apvlr at offlna No. l.orer ("niton Bank, froBi II tat. 7,ll,l ff')CSE TO LET, AT J2i PER YKAK rlie two .tnrr aad bam -nt brick houaa, il oa.4 Mat it, rear 4th ar; eneUlna (aa and Urotca urr. livinlr; el JOUN VtDUBn, 81 WaU it) a, 13W HOUSE TO LET A TWO-STORY AND attM and baaamaat aad cellar frame bolldlna, with tea room and two Iota, rawta and na, on tha north idde of 4rh at. bet M are and are A. lt a4 par rear, linralre af Mr. ACTU', No. 411 Mlee tjomtuwalouen- 3K.or olL I. Aft SUTHONa.at the rw of new ufculojiiU Wth t, bot. M ". bet, 1 and I o'clock. M.1TM HOUSE TO LET A THREE STORY and baarment brick houae, onjlft rt, eontalu. Ina all the modern IroprnrernenU, Meladlna r. III. tnrea H-nt (W. Anlr to . B HHNIUX. at NoTrAI Third arrnue,!ife VVM. C. CONNKK, eornt of llrade and Centra .ta. l.ian. HOUSE TO LET, AND POSSESSION .Ireolmnied'atelf-A tro-it rr and attic bejaa, .ak M.n. onw' J I. flortleore hot.l. on the linked SSTJci. APP.7 t W. A. C.MIH . Wall .t. New Yor. 18'"'l( T.10PSE8 TO LET IN BROOKLYN, TWO XX new two vtorr and baaement brick nnn-ee In Da Kalb are, adjolnlna BkUlm.n t. with aHthemodira ln.prcrrm.nt. Applr to 1IAUBM'. U)CKW"iMl CO,e. WaaUnHon at, hew Vork. apllaWlTO HOUSE .TO LET OR FOR SALEJ-FROM tit of Mar. the Srtorr brick hoiua No. I'l-J Ir int rrroet, near tha auar houie, the low.r part of wnteh la nawoorupled aaall-iaor .tort', and dolna a rood buaL l.tm. Iwinlreof JUI1N CI.KIC, corner of Tompkiaa arcoue and Uulne itnai, th Ward, UruoUrn. 11.149,14 TJ OUSE AND GARDEN TO LET WITH LTO alcati of fruit, at tart Lee BUttea, N.irloera H. , Kew Je eev Tl.l.! . !...... U..II. ... lh. ...n... Inyutrw ef A QUACKKNIirHII. No I Broad, or M efOaXMWl DlllOll, 0,CJ",..lih t-harla. at, vrctaJeea. TJOUBETOLETI-OW. -A FRAME HOUSE llvlth 4 Iota. In L with 4 Iota, In Uh ae. orarimbit, Kroourn. xaKaMe for a florWt. A Me for a florWt. Almlr to II. AUKNT1 J toll. aLBNTI N B, north aide ef Md at, bet. 4th and Mb ai. 10,100,11 LIGHT BOOMS STEADY POWKR AT LOW RATI3. BY JOHN 0 ACM", lM WALKEU B rR Hit f. mhi4.IT,Mae MANUFACTORY TO LET. ON SOUTU 111 aide of flat at, DO feet wrat of 4th are-Larne 4 ilorr bilck bulallaa and Iota, larrn pard, drlrewar to the J aad. Apply ou the iirualwae, """"J'j,. j ROOMS TO LET FIRST FLOOR, BASB ment and t e rooma on attic floor, In the two itorr bdrk dwelilna eu (num rt. Inquire In tba oAm of tbe Iron oaf.VlerU, or lJ Mutter at, our UoUaae Place. fo.l".0 ROOMS TO LET BY THE '.WEEK OK alfbt, at 1 14 BUth are, aor. of ttth at; nod atofla nioraa at 01 to and 41 80 per week, or to eanta par Dlnl.l. The bouaa baa been reoanUp renaraU I and CMalLuea. lUictrr otMcrrad. 1A.U 1,11 STORE TO LET OR LEASE CORNER M are and T4th rt.t will be nnlabed 64 of M jr. Iniolre of the owner na the pnunlaaa. M S7.1UT4 s TORE TO LET A GOOD CIUNCE TO him a .tore ta WlUlamrburith, t block! from tha the ferrr, BoMO HI euw, u om naw a ar "t. bulldlnp. for a Uroeerr atore, (no liquor), iboe and JU. kML tatlnr. A. aparwnanUofroomiandtwo bodroonia, 04 W. Applr 01. iba prcmlaoi, from I to In Uie moraines aod Jlo t aAarnuon. Kr,w near tow, auto, wiitn OTF.A4I TOWER TO LET STEADY AtfiiSHaffiffuStiffl&X i"5SS aud ri m .4acUI tJEWING MACHINES TO RENT AND For O aalo-Iiarera, Wheeler a WUan'ay and othara, newt aud iioud hand, obeap for ea . naadla thai p enera, needle ahl ttlra, die. Bewlna muhlnea biraifld. eirhajierd and repaired. Aaranoai m wi br C . VI KOIN, 8i IVoadwar, rooiuNe. 8, apl tU. fill a DETISTaftV. A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY- i Teeth ertrti-fd wlrhont pabj br a new honumblia applle.Uon (nt elertrlcltr or lrwwln). Iiiji'"' Tw-tb tnaertod for l each, with or without eitrwtlna there.. A eot on illar . AU operatlona warrant, rd J. J. ILLfclU, U Oraud it. tae .loe tteut llmad.ar. mhib.l.i4ae BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL SETS OF 1 LKl II at l per toot't, without ettractlnit th' routi whi 11 diwlraiila, all uuprori-tu -riUIn tun Ihuita. art artirlcial bone fllllaa, kl, oifioo of the orlalnal lnnchl.iitltr7AHilLBOr IKLrKKllKE ii o. A. W 1 lVi Itroadwa, niiar Howard n. aplO,A4o TvP-VTISTIiY Afirnir'Ar Tirp'Tir "riT" AJ lluiitirtA,llalBowei)r,eppo.lte 6Ui'.Henf.i rutl iri. 01 uhhii luarn. futl 'd en pura allrar or rubber, aa. en (Old or platlna. J part .eta, 60 oenti per tooth m per toian ap.aUo'lo-l w. rauiinj. IMII. 1IIMU. IF 1., bmiu. W' DR. HOYT, 9I BOWERY. OPPOSITE Sixth it, loM-rti full utta of tieth on pura allrer, at t. do. aoid. !: platlnv jA: artlnotil bona flump (Inverted without pilu) ooeantli R..d, bO eouta )SE OF ritrMUd 1 II emu Iro td rap .H.2im. to "naorf,,, rp.l,Ul f.mlll r, 110 Second riaoa. 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U lu rwa(a .. iha gulf or tht Tbarjr rtiatamaif tea licila in tLU graat vallrj drin-.da u, inamUlniiiir In.lo ata ami jrTir that frraat rig til un1 by Iha Ujwtil.lllun, of rrraro. ri Indi-, of Iran. I, nwl af cram en, froi. Ibarrutriior ilia wait iit-nl U tha ihii tbal awnvtiuila it. TUa ruhl cu ur.er I .u.rrn tora I. I..4.T. lu the rn J, " n.cr,-l jr.mr m , ,.. , li1idiiuiHiiu.iii,la'iiiiw it. Tlio prn-i.il , u ,,w la k M'aW llic-a I njtcd Hialra !,', nt a, Htlr rvll'MU-iaMa. Knat, dn.Ji Ikuu luk two, an.1 II., ii when rlthw v.., mna la-aUm t4'a UiXt CtiCt mi, aU MllVltla uirin- ImiuI.i... ... I IN Tit" !) till II, KliMilTrr IU. VM. Iwolni lUit u. ai.thrr .uUlin.u.n i a. d Uiir, tj.ii .ki b-M.oI (on-mira rlnil.m, f dla,.flui will rnlial aa-atn, aiKlaiiit wilun .ti. A u.l if IU. u.w ayla ol rrUtnn abylba .w..tl,, y rail. Ihrrrmlta rUalliitUi almlr.in ti In lilam . i.f imra, Uh. li..Uiy,M II U 111 rst.tva la alrkl. ltu 'ii tl. l.l.u.r) il M. '. . . -,--""- .-. . .. . .IIKIIIIIIIII. II Ua vnMlun o ardrr ; o tUH u,, or o,irn . n.f a fn p,att rommumffra, r .. wbn'a M ir.lmi. la tl r .Ihh-,1 o.lliilrairn, ,fl mk ilUllil4.nU. v Ut. ,r, ti,,,, ,,, t, ,,t fc) Iniuiic aa to Ilia Uiaritaor foblnuf aivU or iwr tic. I'mla a. a Unl i.f liml.cra, an I rraliui . in. I. inn a iiiMinn i.r lni 4. nr it !..,...... fnin riTcnimrm ami na o.IUI aial y.mr country tha rnriny U hata l.ii tha aiillinra of ymir rolamllv, i a r rmrnuvm rncvrfl, id crtt "Ha will,' rora witf rr art att In dn.' Tula (ritat r.llry n u.tnrvrrUd.tldMl. Npt , ix m,' 1 Tha AlinlKl.tr baa an arnuiacd lbs iuuiiii tlu and II pkin, aii.l tha alcr otmmoa, aa to aliow that thla rallir, lu all Hint. aiall rmialn oua and IndlMmlulilc. It uo nuMaUrrr.4 to aunrlfr what dlTtllc lroVli1rni4 hi rnMlMt.l i.ul.,l l.i- M Aidmi" aud rhrrra, .Stihaoqucnlly, Mr. DoiJla ul.t Hut It klornat pruranity to ak wliotUor Ocn. Scort 4 JcvulaJ to tha I'utun. A law Jayi before, a friend tif liit In Waaliinetou Informal liliu of tlw rrnult d a recent vlait lu General Soi.rT. lis 1 rnerouer of the VirKiuiaCmixetitlon, aihl had liern ppoiii(l to tender him Uie coin mand of the Virirlala tronpa. General Storr rcc-elre.1 him kindly, liatened to him patiently, and then Mid:" Jkure arrmf my aWry u. t Me fag of the fniai far more Mj fifty jfor$, mt at tmg at CoJ prrntUi bm fo Htt in4 dreW ., flag villi mymvrj, mai'aiy I oim A.'ana--z.f V ' I oirwj aV Halt amtili it.' tJetllaw their Free Opened. When tha Mobile R'jiter recalttd the lele irr. phlc dispatch tatlnt that Senator Dououu bid plod-ed hit iuort to Preeldent LrxooL iu njalntaiiilDithe Union, It xpraaaad the be lief that it waa untrue. But whan the dinpatch wai followed by otberi announdnfr that Ex Pnaldeut BtctiAJiAa approrea tba trenera t'ctirmiiiatiuii to ituUln Jlia.pQjajmjijitat larire lulKKrlptlon lor tha cqniparais m Michffran qnota of rolunteer called out' by tha Preaident, for the enforcement of tha lawa, and that Oorernor SrBAorE, of Rhode Ialand, who watro recently reeloctsd over a Republican competitor, had tendarod aregimrnt and vffured to command It binuelf, the RtyUitr, itartled from it delusive dreama, aaya 1 "Hire are rerrraantallTe uaa cf every alnde of nurtlie u Ouuecrvatleo. We ouiuom that Ihia coin. I'Miu-e und alu.tilianeuuaueaa of ai-tloa 011 the iwit of men v ho are wider apart by their auleoodaiaa tban eeu br their place ol lealJauce, take, ua ty iir)'rlM. We ewlrator In valu H lip aln it ly the iutilkHi that theee gei.'emen(aUer L1ao.-4.fa pntlaminii'tiadiclarBtlunsf aar between couulry ami country. In which they are not aa loyal citiou. paim.lU'd 'to aeleil atdaa aflcorduur In their own uiurl. tl.uia. to lha!..'.'o( the war. Were tlil. tba eipMilin, why thla but bwde 1 wby tba ru J.'imunaol the Jiutlce or cmialltutioiiaUty of the war? We are tUeo lorcad to Uie eooclualou that the nbo'e pj'Jb mind vf l.-e uortU Uaa bou aud drnlyavlml with oua of Ihnae iran'aa by wblih rrnvulama aoinetlme tmltea an entire pooi.li." The South will aoon be terribly undcreid regardirg the aentlmcnta ami purpoaca of the ieople of the North. It will duKOTer.when too late, that there U but one party at the North, ahen treason raiace lie bloody hand when the Union la threatened with deatructlon, it fltK dishonor e.1, and all itt Intareata jropardiied. What will the Mobllo Hyitttrai other South, ern Joiirnala which hare abetted thlMwickeJ re bellion ray, when they learn that the very men in the North upon whom they ceonte m yra pathlzeiiare nowamont? the foremoat lu nip port of their country ahd ta flanf What will hey tl Ink when they hear of the cotuuiujir ranlmlty of tha people of thla Empire City be citadel of Northern Democracy! of in poll cianl of all thadaa; of It) merchants, banker, od great ckpltallata; Iti profeaalonal men, and ta aturdy, boneat worklngmen, all uniting ai rottiera, and caatlng aaide all paat difference f opinion, and uniting upon the common plat arm of patriotic devotion to tho Start and Btrlperf Crwrrlna tea Hoon. We cut tha following from tho N'jifolL, Va.. a7raWcf tho 23Ji Ily TtUyraph, (Jlarlane Ntwe. krta Tiii.fi Ihrte fur MaiyLuulJU CVifci tjinunt of Stic Yoit, tht Hut nth, itrt nun Ettirtlf Urftatmi Ilttuttn Anopolii ifio Ifarlborv. Juit aa wa were K'dnp; to preaa laat night, a ditpatch waa reoeled by Gen. Gwnrn, that the Serenth Raiment of New York, in their atu-mpt to proceed Irom Annapoliato Waililug- lon, were nicv iuii rut to ptoewn ur iuv wary- landcn, between that city and Marlboro, Mary- 1nd- u T"6 Mtl0"1 'f'lrlt cf ou' 0fto U bwm In., tnnr. Intenan everw daw. Tba lint ruuwtiin- ate outburai of fclin when tha newa of the Fort Sumter cataatroihe waa receivwl, haa been followed by a rapidly deepening and concentra ted determination to meet the tr-iitora with the weapons which they themulrea have chonen, and try the baue, be the coot or aa criflce what it may, Inerry lojal atate the poorle aie uniting In (olid mat 1 for Iha dtfuiuo of the Na tional Govorutent and the hoitor oftha Nation al flat;. Tho people of our Empire City are dolnf moat noMy, and ao universal is the rnthnilaam, anil o numerous are the plana and p-ojects orr foot to render aid In the ar to suppress un printikid rt billion, null our spate una U4, In I attrmMiuK to gito a full record of all the I patriotic movement! of ourcitizen. Cinri.Aif to tiil Glrmax Reoihcxt AiKihoTiLVTr-R. Nothing was more touching in tho prajer meeting tban the short addrew of a young German, who said be u going out as tbe Chaplain to the German Regiment, "I go," said he, ''to aintaiu the boat govorn meiit in the worM, to fiuht nmli-r Hull banner which I learned to loe More I eer saw this country the flag wbUi hai r where been rernected. It surely does not boconie ua (ier- I Huum to atop Uete ajul sen that & trsmplxl la YORK, MONDAY. APIUT. 20 18R1 dnit. Wa muit HkM for It. ThaOolla whom Waahixotoh prayed at Valley Forpa tfiM ho wir Ond, and aa be prtyail at we will pray lhal that flat aliaD ware ot e all Hie land." A Scrioiir tx tup. Fclto Sntk-RT PliAriK MtKTlNo. Hi complained bitterly, lie thoosM Iketv aa (lddly two much Bruin far thn inunlry. and no Ptwclal orarer hr the8lilli. Did you hear aw prtjar rr the Saulbi"' mM tin. Not a prayer," lap anawemd. Ha waa reminded Did yen no hear ttut mm who prayeet for oinrdaar brethren, fluuth t" "Oh I yea, yoa pra)ef for Iba hratbren, Imt no f.r yemr rnrralr." Tea wa di.L" aai done. "Nid a pM.rer, I watched you ctoao. No prayer for ) our enemlea." And ha Mend rtrynuck out af patience an I .trodo away, cridrnily U hlBb dodwin b,oaiiM we did net prjy f( tha aarCM of tho enemy. Tim Sunn Amo PaAiaa.-Thuraily,me err toiirtiinK, earmit rmiueeta were read in tha Fullin elrm-t rrarer-meetino:, from the N'Uth. One l.tur any-' Wa hare been laar. iiij, that in lh.M tlinea 4 eaillnnent, you Kilt iKMiiypnaiAi lo.ip,. yniiril.tilv priyer. meetlnu:'. We bev-rh you to V.f ,.i. Ho,, or our cuotiy rmy lur our inuiiiry Priy onl llojieon! T'uil lu Ilia Lord forever, fir lutla 1,1'id Jehovah bMetu Wing atreuirib." Tl.e l).alrHlon of HarperV Kerry -frmdal Itrnwrt of l.lral. Jaara, LIcul. Jomui lut aetU a copy of hlaorti.lal re irt to a Ik end hi Hilt rlly, aeimnanled by a prlrnte luto, ftuto whith tho follnaiim u nu i. trirt i 0aiilii.k IltURAt aa, Pemi., AprU SO, 18C1. The p'a bote were almrnt m, with Joy nt my bafllln ll tvliels, at Ihoy call them, and want to make mo a ouWI, ,t I aTf)i for vloua reaaona, no Intention of accept n) llieb? iffr. I lnat eter.ttliinif tare4 what waa on ma, Tha marrh Jaded me, but I over now, e. cept tlwt my l.t are Hill a,e. rn hi. KicMMtr. Carii.lh lUttHAtaa, IVnn., April SO. 7 Aunlnnl Ail,iil,int f.'emraf, ffauvfyaurfara A rmy, HuaAmohni, A C'. Sih t Immrdialeiy after flnUliInx my die patch of the niulit of tba 18lh lnat., I rewind rwitiva and reliable Inrormat iiai tlwt J AOOor 000 trot pa would remit llar.r'i Ferrr In two rnmra. rrom v inciieater, ami that tho tronpa from llalltown, lnoreaAe.1 to 800, were a.lianc inir, and rvrn at that timo a few minute, after ten o'clock wltbla twentr ralnutea' nurrk of ma rerry. iiwr toeea clroumilanoea. I de- 1.1.1 .1... .!-. 1... l., . ' 7 determination. v...w. ,u. nut. imrai in carry out ray rJaaayjaPwalBaa. Iah a a a . M l .a a. - ,lTe.rf"T1.Jf ,n? ,orJln(tly (Cava tha onl' rT.1 the.torth. In three mlnutaa. or h vAprramn in id UL pat ill eaa, botn of tha Araenai balldinim, contalniair aaia-laa 1R AAA . a . a . .a ... . early 13,000 stands ofarms, together with the carpentere' shop, whUh waa at the upper end of a long and connected aeries of workj.hopa of tba Armory proper, were In a oomjJete l.laie. There la erery reason' for believing the do truetlon waa complete. Alter firing the building I withdrew my command marching all nlht, and arrirml here at balf-paat two P. M. yeaurJay, where I shall wait orders. four man were miastng on leaving the Area cry, and two deserted during the night. "Sftjm, W&NtfcUr. .tro .l.e-v.- Commanding Dpt. Rent. Nrw York Tncraaey BUI. The following Is an abstract of tha bill which recently passed the Lrgbditore, for the more certain prosecution of vagrancy aud other of fences In the Police Courts of New York I Sec. 1 Anrnvl (uier a.:l aa to provide tbal aU liabitual drunkarda, Unl. lute of vlalble means of aHpp.it, or uegVllna-or refuainf l' pro vide for tlieir faulliiii all prnatllulrai all able bodied betfgara; all prraona wuKleruuf or alaepuui tn tht rtrnti, or bogslug fuau d.ur l d.air, or lu tl.e blshaaji all Idle pe.aolia willaiul vlalble maaoa ol ea pieymubl; all r na wbe within a period of s.anv.1 tba bate U-eiitwIoe rtaivk led and luii.ri aned lor d uukmue-a ur tor being dlaordarly, a II be de, iua.1 vaKrauta, 8i.Tioa . AU P' ii onuvlctad of vagravy vko shall with a aix u vulL id tbair diatlvaraa fivin cue! drUagbltiioiili-tedoldrunlienneaaaiid ilia .l..t. .....l.wH. aLall La deoun d vaaraut. and puu. uhwi with not lew ibansla uvntli ur loore tln tailre months lioprlemiment.

H.THTI 3. Mikea it the duty of the UelMpjIlua Piolce to njako complaint. uo.ar thla ai-4. Hutioi T. I'ennlu Ibt Jjiatllaalicra o' tlharX Ira and Correi-tiona to dl barge any person convict ed of vagrnihcy on prouiute of amnuitmiait. Ilul au h paraiai may U proceeded asralrait uj.u uew ppol, or be may bo proceeded aiaind wuhiu a year upmtbat eonrlctloa without further aif. f T101V. Koridrafor harping lu e.li enurt a aiiuiiladeirriptliraof a I lira. oonilolad for va gruacy, lutoxicaUou. psMy larcaDf, or dlaordarly eouduct. hb.tii.w14. Olraapjilkia Jiunlnee, In oneaa arlalng umler this wt, the powtrs of the Court of Special rJeaelrua. The Reinforcement af Fart Plrken A correeponilont of Uie Mobile .4 Jetrtiter of tho 20th, writing from Pcnaacola the 18th, witnoaatd Iba riufvrcuuBt of Foil Pickcm. Heiayai The tranaport slnaraer that arrlvel on Tuoa dar evening actwl very strangely yesterday morning, and mvmlf and two others reaolvwl to viait the Inland and elft tlia matter. At seven oYlcx k this morning we landed on, the utbuid, a mile and a hall eaat of where the frigates oa I.Die, Droekltn, Wyandotte and tha transport steamer lav on the gulf shore. New medatraike of men and horsoa were awn t eery spot. We cenaed me rather rautioiirlv, and the Crnt object of note was a. ship's lauuch it ing on tbe beach, containing tho wearing atpafcl of soldiers aud sailors, and some machinery for raieing heavy bodies, prob ably cannou. The next object was the dlre-t smrom-h of elht small boatt for thu rhnre. alula to others were atlng about, and all loaded to thoir utmit cauwlty with sol lu-rs, sailors and marines, hit of them ljndl within a qimrtrr or hall' a mile f f whera we stood. Cu r.r.iitv wrsnowst Its verv helyht, and we re tded to see what waa intended, the landing taring enV-ted. . , We went upon the Wand, but balng pursaad by soma of tho United Stales troops made our eecst. Wa can see a battery of dying artil. Icry on the island, Jast Umled. WbUe on the Island, thie morning, we saw four hundred men UikIwL Judging from the capacity of the boats. The Mobile Mertury, of Monday aays that an aaeault on Fort Plckena was ordered, for the n'njbt on wlh the garriaon waa re-lnrorcad. It aaya I The saa nlting party waa rorapoeod of flyo hundred pickeil men, mo him.lrej and fifty of " ia a . A tl.. .! LLai i.nl whom were picaeii men iroui . .-.,.,.. Nlnlh, to I led by C. W. Harbih, f the Home (iuardsi fifty front tho Tenth a; isanunpm, ard tho olhera from other trooprat renar-uie. All I necessary preparations were mule for mov nt about 11 olock. The atormlng party utleildovtntoiha navy-yard, from wltcnoe ing waa it would probably have embarked iu boat Ua'are lb hour arrival. It vvsaevllent the fort luuili reinfone I, and all thought id tlie editateil assault was abandoned. Ttier Is no truth in thu report lht Gen. Bit w.ii bad a poaitlon on S.n.ta I. -i Ulaud wlthl.WOmin. ..... Tba Wvandotte Is utltivaly uotifio.1 to stay oulalda in liai future. Hplr t of lb People. MuXTMCMA liRLlMMr.-Col. Wl. II, Hit.vini.b.i spol,",h ,,c"' L. U' PA"" the cliaplaury olths MonWuiea lloglmanl, 1 Itisri r tl. At com vtf.n tl ions. Tho Director of tl JV Iloroltal luivu I"$J! 0on' Uw.il iba tins 0 their siw-lons bulldlag oa Weal Triity-rlK.lhstrtl fortlie nimtno4ntlonoflho.e who niav be woumled In delene tnelr ftainlryNi l.ws. The tiou.mlaiilonci. id Cberttlist and O irreo lion have ordareil two wards of the llallevue llnapl. ml to te ttted ep for wounded wirniere. Forty 1 .0 recruits belonging to the eVrond RxrlmmA and . ... a.. .1. ti.a Nilkmal 7iiavea are ,. m iur iAv.vl.lnl with food and lo Iglngs. until hair fciulwakstlou, at llallonia lloiplul. Iiouiiuu UBaiiii Vvt A, TUj la a unw eomnj of merrbania an.1 mereha . a .ark, who, aftai I ar.mr rriu.l thamaalrw to dill, w.ll t Jjadj ' tutrretherllyor eoimirr lu a il r.iwllr tlMdieiim.tanrramayreiiire. Mrmoroi.iTA! llowit Goari. Tho-Oom-tee ai theorifiinlt,in of thla onrria mrt al their n a.t.mvi. ra on fndar r,. and amal.lmUa pra Ilr. Uurp t.i.a mm wa l-a acted. Toe Ifcaamittee -.--.m.iiruui iiiair bua.rtMa U oueaHetaul. Tim I.A.rTajrt lhal waa awed lart mra- lTJi.?-V '',r,P'"hlr theCaotral P-arir, 1 "liJiii ,h" "," rarca,B.K, will WaaCJrtL "" "" '" ,"of Ltrr it hk IVir. at (Vxck. Nrw Yokk. Ai rll vnth. imjI. fi, ...i , . , a. .. i . . i .'.!? t-i.tlout., II,, . i-Im HVIM..I N.t..av.l &,"; t.o a rrr en Trbkiy muaU'red lut.i the arvkw al the Araenn!. inT or tjriitra airert, I.iut. t'.l, fiv I musn, onmiiutnaiiur, "ixTwfJKitoZ;?,!?. Tht arma , , , .- n.omwar anwr ene or fir k-o.i renilrmi l;r rl... terra w.tl. the rnemr. an I tVr are ,. a . r -- -.. inr vuiirtf Wlirfp. .. ,. . .... iu-iiii, niu irfT arw Hf1 I ai .V ""I"' ' them. r. They nu nher al. it . (It nila. in. i' wturf (e done. n.4 Irt anrh il miimki of braia y..u( men r- Into the o.alh BliiwBlrpr na, V. Iw loi.dlewlyairTin.ied to ..I lT.'t ""T .'."" '""rmmh'T equ.,l rebel, of li a I i.lh Brti.l n yonra-iu.atou.-etn lenl. I!, I M.-t.a.aiT, or c.pl. V. Jaiiwo., KtiL. Ar.n.irr. turner Un,ne and VVI Itwrt., CaaiAiaor ma ll.uir. The I'onr r.aprroa. Amrnry, prrr-Xo. The Pony Evprnaa pia-.Jb.real iJ.Un A M. i FfantUro, Jprttn 4:n rf r-ivel. I.. ! till dm. Hue. I'.i.iu I ,...-rr. .AI..-H1110. the li.t Klprral, rrea'h irioil. laTeinrlreil ie-liHl n hit tlianilaual I riiSH.,.. , inwrkrta giue allj al iha rl.mi of l!,e " w rw In a tire ail afSoM.rr n liiton. Tn. wtiiihrr 1. fine, WM (l , r,, ,, Mpr,in. Il.pi Ilr Tier vrtaareal.wly Cillituj ' v Oharuai. Mwa, Thru la. In-u but lilUwiit.tle itraa aiiH-e lit. Li.t tpri rial till. Tl I.al.laldrw baa Uait r-mikterlng; tha (:. Iholle H.I...I bot. wbleUl-v-awral.. iliv.U the I? . "!. 0'',"",, " uu "" ' ' ' ''" lut the ralill 1,. IM, . pirti u II rni.hli.li n.t Mhioata Ihoirimn, on the i.ioiih.1 II..I ,i prevnt .thai avilrm la iwuinlially Pnaeaiailt, Im.oflll lvple rrlltlim f.ir ll.a iu.. r n. 1. . t L.. 1 the Pill la very warmlp a.lvM , m It ran hrd 1 !... Tlie pn-el la tbal Iba (jiieatlim Is lo aa. annie aatkh lu.iM.nK in our stale noun.. 7he act Piaiy Kiprww rbitei, Aill l.t, lirtnir ecrouBla of Die M.walon im.Kii.ci.t. In Nrw Meln-u and Annua. C.blnrmaiwi Ukea llrely u.lrtw it rl llaae a.ljolnlrig te ribmca, an.) If the (l,aral (I . vt-mmrlilniakraaliefll r In nulnlaln lu aulhiwilv ovar them, plenlp of v.lunteera or eilrama nililkml vleae, fo-.l.le in emh ara-llim o the lluiim. wl I I a ready to emUtrata amitli aivl parti liwta In the 1 hanrea fi r an4lur a naa a tuiwuHI. Tha Pi.prrma Uourt baa darldad iha art cbaturtrer tbe trial of lliaaiw Hauva, f.- munleriua; (lie lln lar Nbwwjj, from Man rnunlaoo rWoar nninlr, t ba ci.-t.UHkmal I an the eoouaed will be al owed vtilual ylnilHHiwe his cwn Judge end Jury The Aral nf a new line or aleamw a tntwean Kan rraitHaoo and Hat waatent imrta of xlco is a.rar. Ii.e.1 bi.all May bd. Oretnai ilatea, rarelrnt t-r aleamar, are to Iha Kfllm la.t ai.41 rail a . - I - ..a v Tlietlrronpanaia are filled with ernllinr ao. coin la from Hie fr rvrre told nilnaa, where II la aald there la room a.r 6 000 miners to make elabl to twenty dotlat j per day. About softmtn have t ed Ikougb Portlaad this aea-m for these mlnea. The ra eirma mu. laUgitl.m Usaoaa (imgra onl.kmn iha Oragoo war claim, from ill to leaa than three enilllnrM, Tbaaiwouniarrutn the Rrlllah ColunJda mlnai report that the miners Bra doing well, r-nlcularlr on Bock Creek. narr a. a aim bj aratrrui eaa. 11 Acnrwt orntK Uvdih op Tiumtt Parisii. About a hundred aad ftrty ladles belonging to the wngragalkioa of Trinity Church aad Bt, Paul's, HI. J.ihn's and Trinity Chapel, met oa Friday morning at the Sunday lubool loom of Ike fH. John's Cbapal, In order to organise an aaaoclatloo for the supply of bnajrlml atoraa for the United States Army. Tka Ear, Dp. IunutiAn book the obaU. a. -JJ" tw XQgUHalAiLJa.Blawaat.alH laifMfwhoin would ba general directresses, baring In obarge tbe making up of euch artlolee aa would be considered neces aary by the pbyslclaua and surgaoua, the third would keep the books ard bathe Iraaaurernf the Hoard, ban. lief ovar all moneya received to Mr. Di knom, the 6enaral Traaaurer, and a'ao keep an account of bow the artkilea were eipanded. The whole would form a Oeneral II urd of T imtets. In arcoidaia-e with this auggaatlon, the following lloaiiln ware a) iiiid.di Trinity Chureh .Mrs. Dr. 0,,iiv, Mrs. J. J. Aaroa, Mia (1. Y. ttutna. Ut. faul'a-Mra. I'abv nan, Mra. Jonra Mrs Tn. a a a. Af. Jakn't -M-", YipCiu, Mlaa llnuiara. Mow Kjmai.a. Trinity CAaxi Mrs. Iliunaa, Mra. Uoar, Mrs. Knin, It was dated thai ths following artlo'ea will be lamedUUely wsutcdi Anilnilne for Ihe wonna"d I tlnnela In hlrla, drawer., Ac; llneit JitAita, ai,l other a immnt iJi.thlie upt.ai b.andy kik! auch tilings as the uiirre noniea, Biuijeiv 10 iua uiui. n w. n .-.' of ll.a Army 1 tea 1 Und.ge art.allca ly roUad aul tie uuml.er of yards marked thereon 1 lint, Ao. ft !. Nutmi wool I le wwled from the I'arldi, one (Uie wile of an offlcer of the Kngllah armr, and v. ho waa forioeily ntirae In hoi'lll al the l'p of U"od llopoj. bait already uffurtd her aervk.-ca, which were accepted. Asiitwcrlptlou Met waa started for ths further ante of the ol J I irf the meeting aud reoelred alg. nutuna from all preaeul, of sums vaijlul from $100 duantotD. Mamivk: Viit 10 Major Asimnaos Tlie QnuidLodeeof Manrmaof the Mate of Mow York, ty s oeUl api.uutnuiit, called Thnraday morulng on Major Aat'saaov, at the Dretourt U'niae. The Urai.d Miuk-r, John W fiyoi 1, and other grand omstra weie Introduced by R. W., Usitf C, Baku, Unuid Maater. The Urand Mailer, alar the Intro duction, briefly addressed tbe gallant Major Aanaa. eon, who rt plied that this was a compliment which, to klm, was more than any that bad preceded Ik The Major woe very oouimuukotlie with Ihe W aoulc brethren, and maulfanlo.1 the hlgheel gratlfl. catlou at the Interview. He detained them for at Item half an bwir, and during tlie lutenlew ex prewed hlineclf freely upnu b's late piwltlon at Tort Huiuer, aUUig that lu bis trying piiUou he railed upon Ihe aaalsUme of the All-wlie Providence for hi. iroteetlgu, 111 the defame of his (.trougbold aininiil au uvarwl a uilng foroe. War-Items. An Hint R for a thousand rifles for Tonneneeo waarettitrdat CuLt'a baturday; of course it waa not blloda, Tub Acuchta (Oa.) Oi5TnTTioMAu siMmis against waiting powder lu tiring salutut at it may be neeuAU lor vuier purpoaea. HBywiur.u1.vu p..f-.. 'informed, al.ut 80 men of the hard-hitting DAwi.WpBSTrR,a',riFTCiixR, biral. ,iliawMlt i ,,iyto Col. Wilis' hea.1 g a regTiaenl U'tulanteeu, which 1 rapidly 1 ,,,,, offer themselves a recruita. 'Glad Ing filling, .n .J-iL.. n ji kv tlu. ilaterhoud of Providence, They have volunteered their ecrvlce to the Rhode Ialand Rtgiment. Tiik NOTomoia Tkxan tiiaitob, Bu Mc CiLUie.11, who hm aVed out of Cincinnati last wick, after a night's slielter. Is now skulking round M. Lnuli, fpying for disunion. tJFvniKli (Kl.Nt, a Roman Catholic Tfleat, rosidiii' lu Providence, haa enlisted Iu the Armv, os Chaplain id the Rhode Island (Gov vcrnir NuiAuiP. ) Regiment. AmiTiiku MAaAriirKTT Victiv. (Jko. l.ri.i.M.lNii ilicd at tha l'cnnsvlvsnia llaipltal, I'hUsdilpbi-i, on Monday, from the effects uf tubs lecrivid at I ho Uililinore ilauhicr, Tiif. iHRr.i'Rrsaim k Oixrt kt. The M im I bia .irulumht U'rceitei signs of trouble I10111 the lu-grwa in that illy, and iuIIj upon the (iovrriiuu-nt to take everj p ssl il I f''1 u"on. lTlAHithutrderhavo la"it ilUaniiej to EngUnd by Iha Gmamm-nt for twenty Armstrong cum, which nuv bo sxpctol to r live here ut alt oaily dav. A luarRiPTi.m or- "'") K' " l-y the boat owner of Albany, has Ikwi headed bv A Al SlSTMM.Ki., liiiiai v Si in .".it, J' J- AeailR audSAMti.l.Sciuli-m. TiuifK tiivrk 1'n a Ti'iKR for Van Vi.kis.ii i M.Gtkviy.siovommuaelurePi. Albany, whose heavy business Ilea .South or . '. .. ... I..... U.U.. u.r.n... hi. u.l .Mi i.V Mason 4. iiou a mi-, w-- -..- -r-", -0 ol Jkiv. Dav is on Monday". An pmiivikiii M i.lio on all provisions going Maithfri.mt'imliuitlit " Satarday. I'M) auks of corn wire seized, tnarluia for .Auusla, Ua., lom a wharf boat. ,a Thk KxaKIAOF VIROtviareiTniiy i.u(... , jou enlist wnn me, 1 aeaiire you mat wui ... two Franklort, N. Y., Isija-afler keeping lliem J0Uwill be In your grave in le-s thanthrr In Jail several days. Conwat and Ixjnat will month." Unable to restrain their foaling') at gl e some account vt it yet, thla gratifying prospect, tbe men clapiwd their T. .......mil KiiTisa of MtRCY an hard, cave tha Colonel throu rousing Uur PRICE ONE CENT Tn i Nkwark ATMiM.aoe hariiut letn that nle. I.'.... f !.. .. I. .. .. -- . ... ....... r. v. uh-; vi. who oi in hi norary member, la In the- Confeilnrate amir, hate adopted reenlutlorui itAivmnrtn i.i. -.' - traitor, ami atrlklna; hit named fora the roll. SAwrrf. T. Titonranr, of Knd.Md, Conn... a raerabar elect of tha Ilnaaa ." u..i.nJ , - ww- are iriwtlim liM rittn to th (liivurikdrr aiT-l.. ii. :.. bfi Mat. rnlUl as volunlvr mul mnir.UK. te tiaaxvl 1S itlt MWI 1. tla T ' -- M vwf r" V"i HIP CBtVIV. TIM!.n.Maimrra Imaubl.l It ami la of WB t.nu reirfjter. It III an.1 Alia 1 daia to it iHtr ra aea-mtuar trlra, ...,- -7.v,-v A I.Abok Amiuiojh rLaja waa P.iieed on (Taearhivl at II o'lJ.w-L rn k. -...,i . ' j. 1 .- , wv r'mn.iii h SKW. L:1- a.ii wrote the IiltraUn of liricrwidnno. "i""" to A VutiATritN.-lm Tirw-ltr. a rnrml-ar of tho I.l,.p ,,t Irnavs, (.'iMi,T.ii,t I. let Kegirra nt of Arii.latv, of PhH.leldrta". waa ao badly wounded in tn arm. whiNt exam Iptug a revolver, thai amputation was nnretu "I wiMfl.ka MOHHIrwr my aallvei-ntuw. try at tbia time than I would dewrt mv hou when u ,a on tire." Remarked Proaidenl NrwARNa.ofAiinMirst Colla,- to tka uludent. on hiv return from ll.wlr., where lu had ir.nio ami paid his paMAim to KuMa. Hwi.tirxUN are hit during Iwttlo Aceorling to iiieooiorta ttirir ilreria In tlie fnllnabig ord.'r Itwil, the mint fatal color) the kti-t Ittsl Auaitlaai (irav. Tlie proporikMia are: ml, I. Jifle grvw, 7 ( broais 6 J Austrian bluieh gr.n ft. Mf hk mr rnirr ir T(! lavt a ,.,ni . 1 Kt a, t'liflon ruin,-w N Y. Iimi-wli t. old to li.bl f..r I.U finiiitry, olfi-ri ?m In the llr.t toluntieia from ('larandim an.1 M.irra win rgauire; and, if a cavalry tomptiit is 'urgau leil, n bor-v lor the cipiaip. "Amrihian (inn., rando lost ua well n. l-iemli plrla," waa llai-onteinptunn. reply of . riwi.retal.le) 1 ting la.lv ta (ieneral Smai'i at I'lnladelfhia, on Tiielay, when he aUu.lml In the viciwiliidiwaiid rlsntro-a atteaHthig tha lift of a itan.lierr, which alio wont Uvoluntiv. for. It 11 FM-Kinrii that tho IViuutco'a an I Moutgomery railroad will ba rnrnpictnt In ten ibivs. There are from aix to aeven miles to inei, ami an extrAforce of hand baa baen bimiI down to expedite tho wotk. Tim Laihm or Gr.omiKTowi, Pa., Initl.i. trd tha volunteer oioAeinent 1 tber made a sptrialid flag, eat to work 011 aobUors ilothra,ani Informed the joung men that those who didu'l eidiit, had bolter don gowns, keep houaa, do the waahing, an.1 look alter the bahioa. ' A iiast.ikki.t TiiArroK Cuarlu llnvnaa aoa, was caugbl In Hie ai t f cutting down the hl ly-H to at llaMninsville, N. Y., on Frllav cieiilng.while Uie Hiara ami Slrloej were dying. . wuawiirri naii aawfsa a loira inronarii it, llireo ntontlis In Jail, aret a line of f7S, was his lilbl panUimant. Rxcruith ARC KV.raaitirx Tiitaoa in New Ol trans. A bounty of fTO la 0 lowed, and $1 csira to any person securtng a recruit. This T".i,,..u f P"jl" biuaa here, where tbe chief difficulty Is to make room for tka men that are offering their service. A wfai.tpit Mbrcha r at St. Iwls,wrltei! "Tills state wtVi aof a-cmia. ( 1 t rltln. are enlisting under the United Slate for th protection of Government property In this city. Three thousand have already enlisted, exclusive of foreigner." A NOKI X WIIWAW. worth V nt Vlrirlnt. In I... palmy days, anathe of that state, bat long ran. idont In Ktatuckv, tUnklna- that, the Free -.- -Vat the UovernHftnt; cfiSernilir omuw na to aerial w,v,, ta. , aniu-, vmr ecwtoiiaT writ rtrr thk.Muh at raikertburg, Ta., on Thursday evening by Ike Union men. Tbe later discovered thntn steal. Ing government small arms. In store there, and armed with stones and brickbats, threaded them soundly, recovered the government pro perly, and com failed tha traitor to boat an Inglorious retreat, and leave 21 wuundud ou the field. Tiir rivp. nrnnRXt) iiakiwi of a shirt fvtory at New Haven, went to work on Monday morn ing, on the manufacture, of five hundred mat trasaea for armv sen Ice, and by noon tbe en tire number we're completed. The noble girls all .ulujitoered their services, and would accept no pav. The Town Hai t. ta Attvi with the patriotic industry of ISO Burlington, Vt., ladies aome with the shears ami ths pattern rutting out pnnnent forth volunteers aud Ihe rest with their needles pulling the nork Ingetber while the hum of a dozen sewing machine add to the life of the hcdo, and push ou the work. A iotal yoojio Crjir.x or Ai nAv, Juit entered on a piomiaiiig buaineaa, voluntromd, Willi tho consent of bis lather. Oil notifying lilt partner of his purpose, the contempt Iblo fel low told him that if he did, the connection nmat I considered closed at mice, and forever. The gnUant American did uot uiUtate wlut course to take, f pATRiortaM t PxTTtcoATa. A l'iy bat en' liilcd with h'-r husband, in one nf the regl. inenta aimut to proceed to Washington from I lulaUclpU , tdiil tnev nave enteren innir immrw Un tbefollasl.rotb'ers. The lady lathe ex 01 1 slae of her hnaluind, and wears a suit of his clothe, bbe la ilctel mined to go with him through the v.-ar, and to die with kcr hiubsnd li uetd be. Thy have no children. MtnAtrr, miaii. I roioRATrr.ATr von, or AAmll. wtih von ' enniilreil a fViend of a ladv In the street at Norwich, ft., Just before the d. partura of her husband with the Buckingham Rillea, 'Congratulate nu'," she repliod with rlwV-l wolna. wblla the tears were streaming ihwn her cheeks "Congratulate me, so long a thir Unv hope that mv husband will return alive. Should lie fall In defense of his country, your svmpalhv would bo most grateful." The spirit of 'iC still live,- Saimon AiiAva, Tun AnviT for the Vlr gtiila leitsalonlals for Ihe purchasluu or arm at tie North, whoso upKuran in riiringUeld. 1 Mass., rn Friday causwl surli lialiguation and 1 n'trm, lei town the sumftevenaug. Jinding I tl at ha met Willi a cool reception, o different 1 f om his expectations, he took the evening ex press train South. At Windsor Lock he wa rciognlred l.v a Springfield man,ndeen to go to the stove In tho ttln,take a package or pajrs from hi tket, light a niatiu and burn thim. 1 "Wujwn' Korr.n?." On Monday, we are .-' tn ree yen, Rentk-men," said tho Uolonel ivf tnroUod thtir name. At Tin Pfaf ani. Drvin Asti ri at Hart ionl Ct.,all tha leiiial.awhoc.il sew rin ploved In making clolh.ng for ihe vol.111 nt. Tiik Tbib ihii. A o.ing Kentucklan, wbole'Vamllv live. 00a ---''' 7'Z mil from W.lia.;n. i-. "'" '"'" ''"v7 J tain Chin Wf'-i"'-""'luy ""I' '" VlJ- il Lb l II travel! m loot one imudrwt and Ikb 1.1.1 trl IV mile t" ;""' a voluntrer company in light tinder th. lil.iier tne -ini- nun .-1 .1-- - .L. ri.. ..1.. a ...I.iIaii. nt III.. Vlll SO. I sit MWW. I 111. lllirn inu'. mien ine irn.ii. ,n...,...... ... . --- . ,. .1, ..Vim. luin.U and blil.liniT CiirI ml., r. w ...... ii -u. i-ll.l ve lie lai.i si.iiiv, 1 n.-i.e.i" i'u ... "v , , i .... ..... " A l.i.ii.ln.l baiiiU were exto.iJed, heiai.lai.illv. I n.iveno 0110 10 l.k'm vcu. and a humlrod prayers went up instantly. Cim kasaw. Mm., has ten compile, of vol 11 1 teer soldiers nuwlv to 1" uuMcrol iniolhe .irviieofthettatei In addition to thew;, tluv toiiniv has a regularly otli.-erwl and drllhil .ompmv of voong ladies who luv a pl.ilgi'd hrtiiieive, iu the event that the men are call ..1 1 1. ., tn 1 mint their homes and lain- dies during llicir alienee, and suo thatthoir lami are pn.."lv cultivated and full cro raisti', notonfv lor the snpH,rt of the couulry but .1 tho srniv of MUlasippl. Oiruorlhini ladioe will do as nmili, and even mure. Mm. E-fi'iv. Blinvviv, whohaalieert vla liiig lately in llartfint. Conn., lias written let irrs"to her two only surviving aona one of .horn Is In Worcester, Mass., and tlie other In New Haven--exhorting them to enll't and go Into Ihoart vice or their country. When mo 'heisrutertaii such sentlinenta, there uoed bo Ao leat for tU leauit of. tho coutott. tt&i&tt&"$gg?3&&&& U..1C ... ttrntto mo tiik DBAvr ' - J Mr, tb. ,12Z MdJar aTenla, a frentlemaa fVand Ult-3 wllh berrof palrkHhi Lda. iSt.' S." iratrori of M nmaaera, wh-ae eouUtiS w.rd! kept pan wltk awrawfla, baaflr mr5!5 tradedtofct ta iu 1m ear tkw fcairVtaaj ..,. o. larir ueroiion i laajr eowatfw. I i .m f n i luirit'Vf tm. nun r of lhm ndwmA - I .... . .. v iturw. potl.eiN.j-, waflt wm fouinl McMnrytf tisnacle tnnn lit mfer t prevent their iloenr-. ra. inernaa eiawte M tbe enlhusiasra eT I mnaicnf, bat when hroeght far te faeap .iththe nareveiiir eg their poeitlon, talleraat t d ah' link back a braggart ar apt to do. , Ooot rut MA.Aiirsrrr rt "Buakaar I ill 1 mt fotgotltn vit " Wrlooro isnaf asaachnaetta?" Mlncleil with HiauVJaar rsers, greele.1 Iha Mmw, buaetli regiment eel 'l ir arriral at TA ajJuugtrn. Oua old aaaa lat 'heerewd, with Ma bat rfT ami hla white hair iidliag down hit latrk, sNuited Mtll he waat sblrto speak an hmirer, amf then, alraearl hi whiraer, a.l.k!, Thai.k O..L Mariai haalla: bsa act lorgotten the Union." pATtnn-i.w re noeroT fttiiootai. . Tha lioy. of the Eliot avhotil have ronlriUted 10) fjriailTiotic ptirpiees. Tlie pupil of the pah. Ilo l.ai In arhool baring nlse. funds to purAaaw .11 Ann-flean rlagtofl.iat from tha arhiaif hovaaa. .1 ......i.. .. 1. ... . . . ... .. ...t.imk ,,,., I,,, iurmiar, reolullons nose urril tiiutiiimniialr aparopriating the monesy r.l.nlnr the pnrpnae of siipptrlng the tiear. 'ilkia ef the r.Niinleera. We tenrber as4 popilaaf IheUitia'Nitiotial School Ure caai. tHlniled al.iit t2.li, tnl exi.jidu.1 for thai pnrchaM of aold-en' tlolriing. 'Tmk I'.ouudbenda af Crcimvipij. twayeel unl rang lVilnis, and were InvliielMo. Worw engarlnt. hi the. Inttle , lltlaklara. the rhaaw 1.ivmrarh British regiment atood up la front . 1 iiramrrici rink. atul llltnl uu their haav In prayer tn tin C,. , Bat,,.i tAlb anblier 1 . 11. r ame time uncoveriag DI. bead. They 1 l- ...i. My pro oaed aervioa is, by tlie grace of Gent to make of those undir vi.ur commaixl beetaa nii, ami ban letter sot.llerr to comfort taw ai, k pud vroaaded, arat tn console th dviacr )et. If a strait onmea. and vou ahoald mwlV. Inie t.i wliid the sword or handle Ihe riia, I would bar no hiaitanrv, having been aerhr IrshuNl in their aaarw a Wave old father, ta "in,iiaiinru vnainsaer company la the later 1 war with Oraat Itrit.ln" Tl,,!. .. d a M.Stpwart. of PltNour-. Pa., offWiag'ha eivlceaschsplaJatoflen. Nxoixr. Ti'K .,,,.,Tt,,, Tim Montgom.ry, Ale ' il- 71'.0 '' Criv"' ""rrtary of th Mmlster ea vt ar oftha "Centederaie Sutes," airea tba fai. lowing hat 0 Ue rebel navy I Nan-e. Uuiut. tR. af.neand, ..., tlewla Uaa. A'beu , tWaidilngtoo JDoi'V Idr Davia , A ... I al .... I 41 " m ... a M ( ...- IM ...lain. CdiamhuWL ew .. ... 1 m- ... 5 tl pounder. asw learner Jaruea Cray. Boauarorig) ;., Mteanier Kverilade,,, tHlrauiar fullon T.aal ,..! aa 1 bw tnarked (f) were United State revsa-a cutters, and were aaisad bv the State authaad. tier, A kotf nortw r-aTP, In Fort rVartae, gives tka 1 ol lowing a the range f 10 Inch rV uiuliiaila: K'evatlon. !...:!:. r I a W IB T t I. . I., ...... .,.... .... ...... JJ"r .. BlTita nrntiiwrwfi or Tiir. RfO. A lv plat as been discovered at Senatohla. Mlaa. Ok scared Inhal.iUuti quieted th tronbl byhaag Ing and shooting th ringleader.. Tun rniirmnn tarir of localltiea aawt diatamoa will afford our readers tha mean at get i iii g a clear Idea or tbe current news: ffnir. if. il at tbe mouth of the 8ai ?ur luinna tiver, near the head of Cheaapeaha ky, ia62 miles from Vhlladoliihia. At tbia point continuous lailroad conununiuation la iav terrtipted I r a ferry. A nnnjxtlii on the we.t side of Cheaapeaha Bv, about W) miles from Havre de Grace, I miles by rallnavl from Washington. A ntuipiilu Junction Tlie luut lion of tlie Aav napolls branch road with Ihe Waahlngtesi branch, 19 mile from Annapolis, SO mile iron Washing! ou city, rt MoiwmM Ihe Junction of Jama rive (nurllwiin i 1.;) -',i'a ('lmsmike May, about 4e noa .teaming from Boalon, and 21 from New V.k A'mWl About 12 mile outk of Fort lloav roi. t WLtytnUt 1 J mile from Baltimore, oa th rail nrai road to llsmsl.urg, llog probably tha nearest point acctisiblo 011 tlie rail to BalluBora from that direction1. a, W from Washington, hi mile Irom llarrbbaiTz, kl from Harper' Farry, and 17 from Annapew lia Junction. , fori .Ifefeary Sltnate.1 at tlie extremity C a ra.lnt of land extendinK from the elty lo tha aouthwist,andU about two milea and a half bv tbe sesle on the coast survy map from Iha centre of Baltimore. Opprwlta the tort, aera th rhannel, which I here lea than a mil I width, U the Lazaietto UguUtouae. The American Flaa ST joail-a ani.aia laaas. When Freedom from her mormtaln belfb li Ju ld her standard 1 1 the air, Bbak.ietteasore role of ulgkt, Aul set the stars of glory tbrre I ril e lamg'ed with II. gtirgentis dyas 'I I e mill V tuldiki of Ilia aklea, JVrdslrlpidllaruiere!e.t al wli'U With atrrakmi of tb morning light I 1 Un from I.I. inanaloo lu tbe ana rbe cabed her eagle twarvr down. And gate Into I la lulgbly liand 1 he j-mlol of her 1 boaea bind I II. Ma ealle m.uarch of Iba ckmJ. Who rear-.! aloft tliy regal form. To hear Ihe Umit irumplnja louu. Wheu strl.e Iha warrtora of U awl a, An.1 rolls Iha ibuiuler-drum ol heaven. I Mid ot the Hun I the 'Us glvea To guard the baiiaer of Iha tree. To bovrr lu theaulphur siuoka. To ward away the battle-elroke, Aul bid Ua blamUugs shin alar. Like ridnhowa ou Ihe cloud nt war, Tl a harbinger of v'etor)-1 HI. Fla;.rihbrvt Ihy folda aha:i y. The sign of hope and luuaiph high. Wl en si auks Ihe a'gual tnunl-Maa And Ihe ho hnoooioaH aleanilugma. I le set tl hfe-bkaal. nn aud w, II ut dimmed Iha gU.teulug bartavel, Pwvh loidlert. eye shall brigMIv lai n To wlre tliy sky burn gl nee buna Ami as kia spr nglng an ie lolyluje, l'4.kh war ami vengeance from the (lano. And wl en th caiuiou mouthiruS loud lliaie lu wild wrtwlh the ImpJe ehiuwd. And gmy "ethris raa eud fall Ukt. .la.aa f luiue ou addulrbfa pdl I 1 Utu shall thy u..tror glum e k'wi And Miaetlng h ea ahull aim b.-iieatb I'ach gwllaul arm lliat auilaa beta That loval) iuiaamiiJvr utdealu. IV. l'.ag nf 11 a era I ou ocean war 1 1 y slot shad glitter o'er Ihe brave I W hvu drain cnrvei In ou the gale, rittui 1U1 kly round th belt.ad anil. And IrUbvid wavca tuah w.Jly Ua.k lkkw th rdalda, rallu rack, lachdjiugWBudsrcftliesiw Shall luo at on-e lo he ii. '! Aa.1 smile to see thy kpl.ivl.aira ny lu trivunpU o'er bis ckwlng f FUg of lb. frr. h-rt Hop.au I '"- .. ..; n aw li a.aa.1 I'd shaal I rWb.r. brilh. Ih. to. but talk. b.ar wuh rrrtdosu' utl berxath our se. Ami aae Ihe tignwina- '-' " -- 0,1'A SMITH I .yaew ''wawaa- a"