Newspaper of The Sun, May 3, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated May 3, 1861 Page 1
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1 i aBet III - . TllEtfiaW.YOttSUN. . rubUaeed Daily 'Jfciodt tmpwd. cm Mrh n ftxvonm whatever '1 relvd,) M la ad lua -lulldirar. coiner of fcdm wl Nam am, and klNo. ttl Brvadw-y, teuruor erf Broadway, Park Roa l:vl n.-o aare,a unclear ice Aiuartcaa M'tsertinv. TM pwr aenverea by (jarrler la tub. rlbar U New York CJIty and vicinity, at Mi AKO A QUARTKR CENTS Pt VTKCK. . Btagle Coplee Out Cant. rvWuea rotriy mall, four Dollar a year. Avawwara admilMka tiiravia-koul tha iw. aadlnw frith Deuerober laat I, 04U lOriES IEn DAT. THIt WLKKLT SUM fj mailed to siitwrtbers M MVcutr Ave mM p -ril mnittn,$l(iliiWopr.)-n, 1 mu. Bc-avl. tM ami gratia to In'rndln aubarrlNir. Addraoo TI1K ULN." Coniar Nion aud Pulton street. Niw York. KWPtOVMKT- Male. AGENTS WANTED-TO HELL PACKA- l-'ef UUmary aad learHry, at pnc-e on taird a in.n t . ybirh e.t 'hi Oill on r sd. " v"npruaiwm . 4 1UIUI In imn BU vn maaa, 3iM'.H.34a 0Y WANTED A SiOUT. ACriVC HOT. . 11 "'. 'J ' d' ' w ' I1IV U t . floury laad Boa I. L t luaiid. mll.itiiiie tin terry. IV lal 1 loofclin m r. co, , iuf urn' t.rlaain ive-erre nhu; WAN-Ti.n-r.Kspi.fr iilr vi lk aal I awake Win. a .11 n .ei.... ,,. .ih ai,.a ' Iher e a ti Miitad ith . 1 it-i-'l.... Im .i ... laviwntrr. byepi-ll-ntii MVM' 1, .: ath ae, lb r mnira Oily lnclt .I. N. H We nan raevn. toafldllil oflieeaa lallabla. an,J flee'l'M L'IF.U' WASTED -NJOiii'E-KvIPLIlT. um -Wre arereart nil iniora. .1 11. .t thwi....!.,. . Employment llfTics, Na. J iloM-laar, fie h.t aad nut callable mala and rem el aervinte, an ltd to any bnain.wa. rie-ii-nt eooa. l.nnlr ., o.aad .m irmi m-a oa band. Trroa mwlaraU. "OLDIEKS WANTED - IMMEDIATE!,! jloruB Ann, fthrtlrniii, ry rrom $11 V?1 pttr luoulh. with boKnL eiounurf. to, Aiiy t o rrineipi rpimsmtLi. i;n antra tl i4c" K511IXY.ni:.'t' IVnalr. SKWINO MACIIIMr-WVSTKD I'UH na wha w1nh t prn to np ratii ua lMn "r mwIor taacalnf-attrttiji rai,aul p actuna U k nJ w work, aMon wM prwr tJ lefit th ptntiltin tradn. liiqalf at 1W tk Uuoar . 1 . aaiil :4Mil eEWINO MACI1 INK-WANTED, LVDtES OtdjU'tiii tonpmffon hivlff .ion' Impror'l ktiwiiift ml. , lif v9 ot tb ollt ipriueit4 liTron In thciti ttuxht it kU'U of Btitaih.ai, h tnmlnc, Ittllitxir. 4c fta4 ttin-miirh ataitniat of tht niM-lili and roofimnn ni.i ta plcM. fnf $1. Ttiiwe In wmit of tvrtr nuu(M wl. A mv-Ltiw (of dtv and fkiuUir aewlntf tl.tntv t iM r&rul itnwi. ftp 'VUftc' to i:t. ArAUTMT.NTS TO LET A CAPITAL chaU.M to Mn th ure-md rt-or tf room, c'owtis ftnJ ttut Uio pM ! mliiiM'. ehUtlreu! c'fthlr, Hr- mikrr. te '.'T-1 (rindni t plet furfthow cMftt ih Jtior on the tunp. llnt will ftrt ma4 to Milt. AivIr IW iurjr, l.UM APARTMEaNTSTO LET-OF THE MOW dftftirftLU.' chtrftrtt-r, n 3 1 i, nr Kith tt; tb PWW4 floor rnnrUtlnt nf fir room erli, in two of fb front brick buildttm of thn row erotoa wtr reaniMi to th fl-viri: rpnt f 1.1 ant fit rp.x'l;lr. Ap;4y to t. k MEAD, 369 third are, (neit dKr). j.yARTMENTS TO LET-TIIE UrPER - C floor of a brick hL-e on itb rt, oppoalU tba jatnoiM i;aarcDi lour roomi Mmn 4in ni ma ,.' VTni, rn $1 (wr nwtrth. la mlroaf Mr. Ill CKLY " inthflrtf1oirtorftt QMl, sCUMUX'dtailor ptor. Jn n nrw nwr. "r urw,,ui t MottlUvan, WaHrhtr to, N 2,1M,3 'A TARTMENTSTO LET-SECOND FLOOR 4a If Kourthav, aamprlMoSrooin, with hot and Cld wator and aaa. lor thopaat 14 m Hiitu oncjplod hr r. nAr)8PiKU,Fiinlahlii(.tora. X',I, LiCMU, 4 Fotutk ar. .U, iOTTAdK HOUSE TO LET, OR FOR ISr J !' p'r aonura-At th naa 'tllal rtllara of Clarrnmrtlla, I. I.; a of an hoim rl In to N York, flo la and Railroad, wliloti rnna a tialn arrrr ilf hour Irora Mar Mil, iunI oottan hona, eoa f aiiilna tt riia, with pimtr of land lor a rani! to I CKtTh'vaBf, raar tormawUl h mad. Applr J. PaV C'AUt,toTOrandat. aplWM.SUa 'jnBFAP SUOrS OR OFFICES TO LET AT i WHIoltoaat. JUutS,and I par romth jCoalllfLt. H.1MJ ,TI0USE TO LET-IN ABINGDON &aim, JtA naar llank at. all th oo1'r'l Impmrrmmita, law, ta a tood tniaot. J. JACKS at 8 JV. S4 Ninth rauua. i,ll,d HOUSE TO LET-ON I1ER0EN IIILU lladanrk arrnno, ahoua andnloUt boroacara Trom Jrrwjr t'ltr frrrr pa a noar tha kouw. Applf ol. A L. AN0KMSK, iH Wa.hlnrtonit,N. V. HOUSE TO LET THE S-8T0RT BRICK bouar. No Wll'owrrupt, rrwklro. rrnt -M, looulra of rlAOKAU, U(WkWOi)DA Co, No. ait siahinaton.t,N. Y. s.l,l;l,'ilao nOUSE AS'D lots to let in llraoklrn rara cnauaw-a to atorr and baa moot houao, aud barn, on Iota ol nt Kind, )ad nawlr (liad up, and paliitml liuldti a id onUlla, to a PrlraU faml, or aoma ultabli nvehanlis part on P-Ka b mrrnno, aud IkUfliCk "t art, oo Mock Iron Uaatoa ad Mrrtl armua, wlwretli- rarpar"rr a mm tra, ono raila fra.n tuo Oltr II. I" tir H ulij lllhatrrt,no-iroat, bnf Ctc In tha coal yard, or at MK. IILLWI.KI.K. ooruar Mritl and tlaain arenua, Brooklyn. 3iUMi OCSES TO LET-IN BkOOKL'N TWO . now two at irv and h4HinHut brtflk hono In Da, lb ara.adtoti.lna Bklliman A. m Ith all tha mndorn m.nn.iili Arnlvti IUDEAL. UKKVYlHua VO, o. Wl WahGi.too N.w York, apil Maa'lTO Tl0r8KT0LETU)W FRAME HOUSE Xlaith 4 lott. In Mh a . uar .th.t, Itrooklrn, nlUlilr for a tlorW Appli to IL V AL..N TIN B, norUl ldtomdt,brt4th wodKhar.a, l,la,li ROOMS TO LET-HRST FLOOR, UVSK nrnt aod lao room In attic ol th' t atorr brick Jaa'llnr. IM Cannon it. luqnini in olllni of tha Iron aafa worka, ol at lid tkurrar at, cor CoUr l'laca. TJOOMSTOIJTT AT 17 VINE ST, NEAR AV Kaitonrerrr araimand twe bi'drooina, anlt able for a email fanul only. Heforeao reiairod. u KOOMS TO LET-BT THE WEEK OR nlfbt, at 114 811th are, eor. of trth atawal alnale room at I 38 and llo par wart, or la eent per rileht The kouae haa boon reoanUy reooraliid and .oanllaaai atrwtly obeerred. lCslt4.ll STORE AND CELLAR TO LET-A BARE chaaea t Urea. tore and cellar for(Moa tool Miahborboud, . a eood pce.for a tracery, loot and aho maker, tailor, o. AuaapartuliiBta, loom and two bed rooma, 4, Aa, and a doiiara, la 4. fcouth tk atrrct, VI lntamiiurb, blockj tiwio th Arrw. Thaaaent wlllheontll prumlanl friin.T to s mornloa, and 6 to 4 aitornooo. 1.1 1 M SHOP AND VAKII TO LEI Kiairnoor., at murvtllatetreet. Inquire at r-S Wt U atrert, ,ll, 4T0RE TO LET-A GOOD OPPORTTJ. O nit to hire a atoie lo th Bowery, No. in, wltk .. a itkout tin- uwrllinf part. A Ant rate location foe l.ne. carpi . orr lorela, or any bu-tniwa; the atore la larTe, an VwoulJ be altered to rilt the tenant. The rent wl 1 1 In aooordanee wttk th llmea. Apply te J. U. OObUU TY, 1M Bowery, from U to I. ,W, STEAM POWER TO LET THE WnOLK ar part of a aew 4-etorr and baaament bell l tiara ma Htk at, ttwem flth and Ita aaeaoaat aiaedt by 4 foal. facUltloa for majuitecturen aaarpaaie4, Ap- plyatUH lltmeatilWH. ,.., jt STORK TO LET OR LEASE -C0RNK td are and 14th alt win be tntabed &M of May. . Jaqulrftbe owner oo the premiae. 37,1074 CEWINO MACHINES TO RENT AND Fr aala-alEici-a. Wheeler WUeen-a. and othara, new and aeeoad hand, cheap for cuh. Needle .harp amara, needle ahuttlea. A. Bowtn waaetiiuee boajht, wrcnanriaanarepairea. a?ww bum or w. j. JJUUUIN, 3M Broadway, room No. a. aplsidaclSl ii -J. DENTISTRY. TJEAUTIrUL AND USEFUL BETS OF TV KT1I at 1 ner tooth, wlfiont eitractlnc the roota wheudealrabl all uaprortmenta la the llental art artificial bona DHIoi.a llitioo of the nri'tnal I-ren-hll.tl.s,NAHJLlJN PKKrBEHfUS alB. A, VT llON, 4ib llroadway, nuar lioward at. Tjr.. DOYT. DENTIST. HAVING UK-J-rmrwril from 392 llowory to IrOT llroadway, 3 doori above roth at. eonttnuee Innertfne foil aeta of tw-th on rure alirrr at i. do auld ) t. pla'lua J- Artlrlalal i.nelilliiir. (liieerted althoul pain.) M wnli, .aid, hi cent, t- lt aniaif aai, 00 ot. All work warranted uyl34a'lo TENT1STRY-AMERICAN TEETTi CO. ' Ponthrta, S-miowery, oppoait bthatneautifal fall art. of teeth lua rt-d en pur ilrr or rubbor, draj n cold or platlua. i rrteeta,MoraiU pwtooyS warraiUodi bona Blllnf Bocla oid.l. apjwtM'lM aPXBUCATIO.H, k. MUX. DEMOREST'S QUARTERLY MIR kORHf PADIIIONt. nearly one bnndreden. rrarlnga of ina lauaa r-ana r aniona. ineiuama iion net. aUntlea. Capea, g aarea,Trlmmlna. Chllilrea' Cianaanta. A. nlr Are e-nteteold ererrwhare i aeot port-pall on raoalp of ataeenU Tha moat uaanil and eompat t'a-hlon Mamtaa ever laaed. guoWr I itambar ao read, Na. 472 llroadway, t.14 ,S T H NUMBER 8991 ARTICI.r.H FOB HAt,f.. BONNETS FOU SKLE INDIES SILK hrnin-ta, a tiflMa1a mnifrt'trr will dUinta fthtalanwsf Mtaturk attHll,f htfn dnaxv, fof Wa than half vC iioi from 5) cnt ! (la Wcw IlkrwlM chlldrro-i mirioo oapa, U Waltrr it, atalra. l,fl,1 TJILLIARD AND BAOATKl.LK TABI.R9 A- for Ml maiuifarlnrad. aa 1 aooaraatlf oa naiKi. at K Third at, hatvaao araa B and C. a'w an.ad Uklai far aal , aplDae-lll I?Xri.r88 ROIITK FORSVLR TOdETH - ea a It h hoi wanooi aod barasfor 'fih. Arplr at PMit it rr.rt of HouthSlttU and HI (Ml atnrts tttlllamaharih. t Itil FRFNHI WHITE ZINC TUNT t)UT and In nIL rl and arapo v at rM mi A orwa 'of ranh. roraalnatUia ArvA of Iho lrllio Mmtarat Omoanr 01 Pari. brJOir.rU ILSTROSd. i and Utirwnart. 11.iM.itar IINKLK t LTON-S SEWINU MACHINE Va Prtoto rodiiood. Naw ad ota i h-mmir, Bw otva tnrkor, now h'nitor. r c t faotlin riiaraniosd, or m no mfoudM. A(onta oant-M. No. i tlroadwart N Y. aUu'lll nORE8 FOR AVI.F.-ONK TVIU lX horai-a, ); one orro hora. t M. Oib'a rnnor and Mrliflo and aHt hrnMt a d iib'a oott narnooi ;onoortt Hlrr mount d alnaln nrn I nar mar, can tftd ino ralnnUo i roa. wnn ant rnea war and puii 0JTUr 4tk and tVooatar at Oil U.l old cheap, I.1M.3 HORSES rt)R SM.E-sr.VEN TRUCK horMoa, Iniuli at I lladjin Hlrirvaia iwMilla, lo..t o(Ml.t41t!trt. 1.1M.1 noi:.i:s for slb cnrr-Two lorn a, aonnd and klnil ono etri ati I tinman , lt old m.raia or kntotk r IniuJ" of t. J. 11W ri.l,n.,'t IklaiK-ai at,drrd. 1.143,1 UOIWsKS r1)K .SAl.K OK Ki'HNIF. 80 t nana luiara.lit.t Iro-ii CaiaU W4.lrom W MllillxlidahUh, fr llilMIin .lid -a'l i'OU.1 anrf kind minim to tn mamnnl'D aoo's lit or lolk at. akin on matcbod Imiq. J'.IHI 1HK rOllSAI.K-TOMII.K 1IES-TIIK i'A niUknrannialidaliv.noail'if elt .', Naw II rm Ralrr-ad. for alr lo a n t rlna fu'lkuan d :rMl)AlkiMAN,htnjHiiaHo. i. 110,1 O1AN0 HRTS TOR SALE OR TO Lt. I. 85 p aito foi1Ni aud I mUdioiia for aala or t Irt rrr rhrap to lot at ', ! !. J. I $ and nw fwail ko rd plaiioa. 7 a montll oarh nrleiH frorn a.'Orpto tJoOncli. M. llM4lAY,UiUraadit HIANOS FOR SALE CIIEAP-A URGE i. kMHirtmaiit of rwi and aamnddiand planoa, for ala ehi! tur eaali, or on anatalmanta. aaorr piano .arr.iiud.at U.rl CALLNHr KIJ, U Lro ruea, lllockautof lrawar,N. Y. 1'IAMW TO LKT. plS,"laa,llSS CTEAM iiblLERSFORS.LE-NKW AND O around band, from t lo no barw) powar, ooraplota. Alwi pumtw, haak ra and tanka. loittlroor aidroaf SSM FIN SKA ACOUI Watrat,llruokJra,UI. u,i4,a TREES FOR SALE. 5,000 SHADE AND ahrnbhnry trMi aultahl for aldawalka, for aal ehaan. aa tba ownor u obllaad to raraor tltam Imnia. dtatHron aoooaut of atraota and avaaaaa euttlnc throoak aald propartr. biviolra at Uraanwoad Har den, our. ad ar and 7th at, naar Urwaawaod Cama ter,UL WaLUATHELD. iI.SIU TBCCK AND DORSES FOR SALE A A- twohoraatrn-k,tnMrfretordr, now laat f aar, aodtwohoraaa,warranbsdlararT reapect, for aal low. Applr at fior J, H. ft. t,IH BUAIa EMTATE. CARM FOR AALE IN ROCKLAND CO . " vi loiitw irom m. or., a larna 01 v aTT i a--" dmlirr, halanre hliihlf enltlralod, line balldlnfj, wei i wetored, fruit ebandant: prkw wkuooi tarma aaa A si) inlti from Naw York, a farm of4nrroa, 4 ana I KOOIR4A TAYi,OK,6W Uroadwa, room a. aM.lQl,iaa i FARMS FOR SALE-CHEAP FARM1 near th R. R depot, 41 mllea from Naw York. i Ulatrartof aiaellentlarmlnalaad. all prodoortri loam aolLlevrl. free from aton or awaroa, and waatljr enltlTatrd, for aala lo qoauttttea to anlt tmrchaaara, at 11 an acre Tarma aaar. E. A. HUNCK, tha owner, C.tr Uall ITaee, eoronr Chamban at. avS4aT,lI4 FARM FOR SALE A NICE LITTLE farm, hand r to thla cltr and N J . of 34 arraa. with the cropa In, and a nloa houae aud baro, with Id leu ot (round, with all kluda of fruit that will be eolf heap, aa the owner la golua to the war. looulra at Mi Ureraiwich at, V. MAUiOUL o,Ul,4 TARM F0TI SALE 4)8.500 FOR A IIIOIILT A tmprored farm of 4d aerea, on the north ahora nf Le)n laiand, HI lulira from New or, with brut rale naw hulldinir". plentr of frnll, ood il.hlni, bathlna, ci alaoone llacraa, good land, bulldinaa, fruit, or. atiar.l, Ac. for l Ann. K. A. UL.NCE. a Cltrllall llare, corner Charabere at. 1.1C3.I HOUSE FOR SALt-tl.fiOO A GOOD 3 .tory brlrk bowao, with lot Jit 'et deep. It roomaj rtnta tor o a niubui, uearrinaat. pruM i.ioii,or with adinlulna houe for 1 J.200 Alao a varaqt lot ear prfea iw Io4ulreol J.UCU), 134 Heeood ear pnew Tie', at, WlUlanMbumh. 1,113,0 HOUSES AND LOTS FOU SALE OR EX-cbanee-Two honeiw, and lot 89 by 100 feat, with abm, atKkand furnlttira, with a Brat morUaeaof '2, n Vl f,,r a farm or Iota. Apply on the premlea No. VA raitb 4th at., Wlllianvbumh. ap2,10o,lta HOUSE AM) LOTS FOR SALE SMALL houae and two lota for aale cheap, at Woodharen, U 1., H4 mllea by railroad: rommuutlou TtH aonte per rip i half caeh l alan lot for aal from IA p in amall monthly Installment t alaon, plor 1 lauuire of Mm. HOWMIMQ, at O. 0. I.IKJJI ayauia aerea. IKJ1H. M3 Broadway, N. Y. 34 4aUri HOUSE, BARN. AND LOT FOR SAIJ? OR to Let At KoOTtlle, Btaten lalaad. a Iwo-etory attle framed b-rnao, barn, tc , tofether wlfh four acre f land, eery vleaHotly loeatod naar the rlllaia on the Woediuw Boa, leadln to the depot. The boue to near! new. In food repair, . There la alao a rope-Wei upoo tha premlaiw. About half the pur cliaae monf y can rrraalo on bond and morlaafa. For Em, Ac, apply to JOHN UAIXIRrVlOll (JO., ltd Pearl ai.ee to P. U WtTJW-YOU, JJo-rllle HOUSE AND LOT FOR 8ALK-BAU-laina In real eatata a houae eontalulnf B rooaaa aod lot of man bo by 11"; prto , tin) down. Uite twar tort Lee. W. 114 ecroi In kerk State, prto (Hal half down. Be .oral hotun. and lot. for aale on ts ly torm. awo a email rarm u lua, aaa a eiore in ion nteinier III le Inaree loot oi Sprlai at, 10 , JOHICPII OUY TE. apll 34ao'113 ially. LOTS FOR SALE 1U0 BUILDINO LOTS, leantlfullyaltuatedand aradad, at Kaat New Yoik, on Atlantic and rallon area, j I llnaa of cltr railroad Wrmlnata at Uil point will be xld low an 1 on reaeonahle term.. For particular., apply tt AblrLtTLd IVINd, taut KewTork, aUm Oouuaty, Bi)J,S4atlU4 T 0T8 FOR SALE OR LEASE 88 FEET XA front and loo deep, with one atory brlek .hop. team inline and boiler. AtiDlrtoVT er. Appiy w rr, u BUITUt. OO, American Tabe Work, 4Hk it, aad loth are. :n are. 1,153,4 LOTS FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS ON Hereon HUla, nicely located on hone railroad rait, near Jersey tllty, or fiobokea, at Here ao Point, eaitk lleraen. Union 1IUL 4w l toed neihborhooai rauireneaeT-prTeaiMtotSuu, Applr toCIIAd, W, WAKD.41 Water at a4aelW LANDLORDS AND TENANTS AORFEMKNTH. MWYORXbLN IMPROVID TORM. r or aala at TUB CUUNTFJt UP 1 HE CN OFHCU. C eenta per aet, 4 per hundred. fell tf PC. BULKLET, AUCTR-WILL SELL a an U eitnaar. Aerll WMh. at 13 eVIock. at th Merchant' Eichaaar, by erder of tha nuprama Uuait, ander U ulretUon eft), Lti tlSd rVrUi, t . ttof- No.MJamea atreet, Ittilfto B, frame hulldlse No. 1 " " SfUn, 3-etory brick bull 1 3nr S-atory brick bi n74- Una, No. VO M " "ki4. v.tM .t theaf,ea 43 Wall .L .Taonoei loerC 6,li9 dJIiril WOODWAhU, Att-ye, Wan at. ihjmi.hi:.h CnAJJCIIM. BAKERY FOU SALE A RARE CHANCE. loentd on a leadiun thciMathlaro, now rl ilnr a f'OOd IMiallHV. Will lie Him cuaay, mn ee.ri.. u.i.c, Mkeriee la youd kuaiuea. locationa. Any baker taat want, to liutf to buy a Lkerv nouia cau at iiur.i.i.o Heal K.tat cinceaTI Cedar at. 1.UH.J BAKfRY FOU HALE GOOD OPIMRTU ulty The leeM, oreu a id fit ir w oonjptot-s of tha People a llkr, 46 Crow, at, lo tha city of I'.lerioa. New Jena r, bavin the Ind eoiulor trade la tha dtr, a lih an ait.tulva country trado toriu. m iterate. Ap ply to JOHN DKLnU.or JOU.N rUUjdSl, ontue premlaea. 1-1,1 40,13 GROCERY FOR SALE f HE STOCK AND Srtureaofatore,dolo fond cadi buaiaeM. Bttla factory rra-wn forag.Hu will be (leeu. i.iuira In lonUUrlm rf.ioi.e OYSTER SALOON FOR SVLE-WELI. fittod up with prlrale auppar rooms dola a pay Inf bnaln-a. i raaaon for euliluf, tae or aunt oocupiet ha thrrlitadaoar-verycnoae, eor. liik at. andia re N. X 1.U7.4 E NEW TH KiNE W YORK SUN KRIDAT HORNIKU, SLVT .1, tMl. l.lrul. ,lnar;V Trrnrlwrj. Llont. MAmr haa ulli. lilt fair acijntlle faro 1'T kn act of th mraiict Iteaclior yrt Ircvnlcd. Urfort dvarrtiiiff liU pt he mettJy rrnioTa.1 th bunrt fntn KettU llottom Ilinl. Tbo United State (lorrrnmrnt has alav liorn llttrai tu ill nan an I tarrj lit taat rj aurot(thla rtlK.al tut adrallilc purpoa , lu tontrit'tttlni; Urrt.v to hi fntn i but I ituMiait rb (Urtnrto th aoccaalon Inilj. t m aruunl him. Hu laat iUy In Wa.hinn. trm w:. aprnt In the Iran-action of cuuamtrw I n-lnri lih the head nf one of the .1eurt mrnn, from whom he parte.1 with apntrunt frlrnilliiica; ha unit homo.p. k. up hi gnmlt and diitiil utulrr IhethaJe of xAf.hu Tbu a nunUlraliim rrrjr pr perly will Mfuwi to r 0(,Tiir hia rmiiointlun, but trait him u a d-rtcr aWitlnt; hiravlf from dutjr without loa e, Dralh I Trnliom. Wis are informoil by a Knutl m tu linMm u.l oITkLiI pnailion In t hi a i fijr tint a f.j-'ii i m oranitalliil r.illdthr.tatki.ii Hall (Itirls II. K. HiAirtT, Cipt., moot at .lukmi 1 1 ill, rincr 1 1 Tliirli-.-ii.li altirt aiil Eighth krnur. Our in iiliitatit alatr-a that tha in -tit-U-ri are nvmluau, ,-y and inteinl, uilor a cl li'ii o' Iwln Union nun, lo ircurr aiiix an t uiHnonta Ha anna ihal ndraiura wrro nialo In him which lvio no doubt in hi mind that the JaiLaon (iiurd i en of a iiuinln-r of Hirct CTttaniiatiotM In tliis city, which aa wailing ani preparing to tike aclir part kfalmt the (.-orrrnmnt. Th auihoriiloa abould ko p an ryo on J u km 1 1 all. Job llrona'a Ploa on Hand. The Cterrland Hrml,l ttatrn that a rin.it Iwat cajiia r, on ILa ?en if f th 571 1 of April, aaw JouiPaimi rnoaruprd midwajon lljcr rlrar, lalwreuMrwiamlr, l'a., au-l tba Ohio iltar, wrlth 4 JO hundred nagroa, chief from CinvU, whom k aa drilling. Tl.r ca4ala lroKlj Mm prorlaloiM frxm Pittnburf, and aaja thai rming Ilaowa r. prclid tubejolnail hy 100 tnor UAjfroea In a daj or two. Bluer then another man rerta harluif artualarxe brnly of nr ruea cntampod uaar tliat l.a'lljr. Illaaiiipoaod thalr olijoit Uadaauant ou Viialnla, from whkh ihe war dlatant only a daj'a match. A frtrnd, who wan a near neighbor In John Pana.1!! family anm ear agu lu Pcnnajrlraala, lately drairlbed ynnuff J)iii Daiw-i aa th moat aotlr and enerf Hio ymith h erar knew, awl araaad of an In-lnralubl will, lneaptrl of Ixltvf turned add by dlOcuHie and defeat. Stlntulatail j 1 at and rereog b would prove, with the iuAa now at hi diepoaal, a terrible and blondy aveugar of kia falbara nam and memory. I Mrjual. LiviNviiTOw, Cucm iimiox & Co. will poaitlraly dispatch on if their lUunuirt for Ilarana on Monday r 1 1 her hour of de- i arture being fixed at 12 o'clock. The Triiunt, In n editorial, take th follow- ' ' x,g ait tlew of what b el peeled of the ad " .... . , .. , mlnlttratton by th txoplo of tha fro tUtc. Th policy Indicated ahguld. In our opinion, be altered upon with determination to follow it up aa loug a thtr It a known traitor In tin land. "W will not nnderuk to aay what th Oovern aaent eheiild do In thla ormjunctur of affalia but wa can aay what th N nth ia ready lo enaUin It In doing, rirat, the military oooupMlon of Maryland, eo far aa prudence randera It nai-eanary. atauiu-tly, an advauo upon R chmotal, and the erme.l biMiiiK of tlial city. Thirdly, the military ncruptllnn of Norfolk, CUarleatoo, garannah. Mobile, and New urieana. fourthly, lu preciamatlun or martial law In all th rebailioua aute. Fifthly, the olfera Ing of large rtward (r th arraat uf Juritaanv Ilaria aud hi chief oonapiretore. Sirtbly, their trial and eiecutlou under maitlal law, that belnf the nuly way by which liutice rait reach them. To carry nut a bold pnlley like thla, Pmaidem LiNiaiLN baa ooiytoaaa lor turn aua money to bare doio, aud to apara,' C'omenerrlal Dtahouealy. Additional tiiUiH.ereaihe ua howiiin that there are men bant In the South who take ad vantage of the prcaent diiturbanre to violate their couinirnial oblitiuue. Th followlnn la an extract of a letter lately received by Hall & Son, of this tity t B.KTU CiKouaa, 1'rlday, April 13, 1-i01. I deoine the poyuuii.t, aa biwtilitteaoxlat teHwean mir (lovotnmeut aud the I aile.1 guba. fnfand fo ( nrett in f Ae .fort o f A Confederated H'atet uiitu wetrtaittle.1. Un th taatuntiou of oe ful relatidi, 1 wtd ty the prlnclw.l and lutereaL 1 a truly youre. Hen I it ill another, which we give, premis ing that It waa written a few daa nltr a large consignment of dry goudt to the partial In quoe tiou I lUaima, Saturday, April W, li(SI. tttlirl. at Co., .Veia I'era ; UtatLiiiMl Our unudue you today we hare refuaed paying, nut for tnt want of meant, but you nr your aectNin are waging war Uinti ua, an! i eneeHarth w pay rtofkfrky fa any ene .Vortn un fit thi conflict treat When overw are ready lo remit every dollar with intareat. Wa would remark. Iliel we have never balira auf. tared our paper to be returned, uor bar we ever la any ooxrnerutat orUl failed to pay at maturity; but thia ia different from a monetary criala, Wa are euriuiea la war, frieud in ieo. Your raie-t- ruiiy, sransaaianiooi BtaaNoa, Hontarrn lienor. The fnllualng letter ha 1-eoii recihet by a mercaulilo firm In Philailclphia. It it a fair ll.net ration of the disgraceful eyitom of morala vililih haa been inaugurated In thecottoiiitatea, ubd whti.li la tepidly extundiug through ttioa tatea of tho border whero th I'ulon Hag la at half-maat. Naiiivillk, April 27. 1Si;1. Mr. , Philadelphia IV Dkar Mill Your ttatemenl of the lolh int. It lu rived. , Wa ran do nothing for you. W hen th war la mer, and the amoke of bit tl clear away, tnd liodouraelre. alive, and our property unlnjnreil, w will make an effort to pay all we owe In th North. Until then, ww art candid to aay, we can do nothing for you. With high regard1, vmirn, rhJ.J'rtu. A. C. 4A.D. fi-BCil. Paum Then Reand. Th Little Itock (Ark.) CaztUt of April SO, centaluaanew aJvertUement of W, J. SvaMt llroihere, X) Broadway, New York, dealcn In fir armt and Diunltlont of war. In aepstlal not Ire, calling attention to tha ad ertiitumeiit, th editor of the (lault iayi i W bag leave to Introduc th Mawrn, "rua, and aik for tbem a ehare of the biialnaaa nf thla atate. They aia tlevtr oentlimen and eound eoamrra (fee men, in furor of euaranfeefu; fo th Noutn Ike fultett mraeure of ker riM. We iuoi them, ani tie tnoi IKle to be true. W commend Meear. Sims 4 Brother to the attentlmof the New York authorities. Little Itoiklii now a hotU I of reUHIon. ThefjU-e, Lerettifur opioiwd to Immediute Mi-e-wimi, now advotatesojwii reeiitanca to the Government, Oil HTory. Tha Wheeling InitUijtnctr U crUted for th olloini;i "AiLirkey aaauporinteniIiii,xthe borln of a well one nit-ht, the proprietor lining antloui hi iiniiiiem mo win a ani tnere'ore lalxirlng niitht ami day. The weather wa cold anl a Urn waa burning near the mouth of th well. Alamt tniduijit a vein ul'ga waa ilruck, anil U'liltingfrom tha fire ihot up a abnllUnt iltme in the air illtiminatln x the wh ilo iceu. The darkey who almost turned white with fair, brnka'for hit manter'a hnute, yellin, '-(Jst up Majna Tiiomi-how. get upt wi're 6rt Are.MfoAWir YORK, FRIDAY, MAY W ar Ki ovements, Uc. Krwwi llaltlanere. Jiallinoif, May i.A ite-tmer of th Nor folk line, ahull left her on Tueaday, with th mail and paiwengor, expecting to b permit tod to rnlrr Norfolk harbor wa not allowod to do an, and had to land the mail and pA-vmngera at Old Point. A etoamer which let here yv. terday afletnmm haa alao returned without going to Norfolk. The bloikida 1 evidently lelng vlgoroualy rnforcnl aealnrt Virginia. The eteami-n aay that the Norfolk bay la .lot ted over with govrrnmeiit Iranaporla going an 1 coming. A large meotinj- waa hrld at tlm Corn Ex change Ihl morning, attended by mrnhanU and otl.i re. Kcaolntloin In fat or of the Imme diate recount met Ion of the 1-rilget deatroyrd, wire adopted and a petition to thlt effect, to the LrgL-laturc, nan tarm-ly elgni'd. (ram naliipion. iriiiejf.ifi, .l.iy ..! t liknoan tint 500 moihaiiire iwtn ie cmpti! r. p ilrln ; the diiniat:ialn the Northern iVotral rAilnml, with a rutin hiit lunula r i lntiiito tro'.ect Ibcin while the ntk i I ro,riiii4. Thuilhonar will In-1 1" mil l..r lln ir.n-it of troop an I nm iiI'ihimI Kiit. aid lor pH-auugi" travel. 'I he I'li-eiditit baa nrid the following ap I'iiitiuin.a l,a II vi. i. vi. Au.rnrv, anl At iavi tit II. NVKtli, Mtrhil for the lilo tn -t ol Kinlii. kv; IIiiivm u.r.v, Atloriiry, and 1 1. II. t'viit. Mai Jul lor t'oiinwticiit ; A I nut rSvM-l nun. M.n-hil :n- li'i lo I Inel ( I.KVI.i KiKilur Mni-li.il fjr .New M ixli o, ainlMliMt II Ih ll.l 1 1 AwAH'iite Jii'ii it lor ibariiiiKi lenmiv. AwaUie .liiaiii.'t'Ai.i in. 1 1, I1.11 rivi;ncd hiapeat on the lih oi tl.o Mnireir.c t' nirt of the I'liiti-d .a'.-, ho li rim: iter' i-lore an in iilHH'il lint he v nil I I'll, w I lie fort i lee of Aliaina Uiiul.Ii not npprovin : ol aec.vi.iiHi. Die nalloli.il lligwa ho.det ovcrlhe In lilior Ilepnttnient at noon tnduy fur Hie fin t lime, ll wax impliutirally ' ,'ivl. llllaoiH. ,1jntipiitll, 1.7, Mnyl - The Ix-ialature to day u-m. u lull to ievent Ihe tran.portati m frr leriL-tiph tiiraaagra in cypher, ll alan pw ml a I ill lie- lending ten reLimenta into ramp for iiietrurtloii t nii-et the fulurocalU of th Gcrrrai Govrrnmeiit, Col. l'KKTf, th romminding officer at Cairo, tek'gra lie.1 to-.liy that I.TikJ Hamt of arm ere landed at I'olumbua, Ky,, twenty niile In m Cairo, lant night, and 'that aevin pit'eewot cannon ra landed at Paduoah yea tenlay. AU'waaipiiel at Cairo. Almut 3,0 troop were In camp there. Croat HoatM. lUielon, iliiy 1 Th tteainer Cambridg left here toxlav with lateral volunteer romnamea. Including'Majnr Dun' luittalllnn. Thvir au Jaieed drat Inatlon In Fort Monroe. Froui Hyrwraa.-, Syracutf, A. 1., M'iy 2. Th Onondaga n-(!itnent, ten full roinpinie, HO'J men, unh-r cimnunid of Col. Walk tinil, left at 1 P. M. lor their rendezvous at Llinira. The Fir De p.rlnirnt turned out ail eacmt with full rat ka, vi Ith baunrra, mu'ic. cannon, etc. Th public rnlli in-lain If wrought up to tha hlgheit pitch. Th regiment flba 1G paaeenger cars, and bO by rpttLlal train to Canoiidaigua, Proa Mat(mery. 'Monlpmrry, May 1. Trior It no newt of grnvrul iiitiTurt. Congreea U In eecrrt auaeion. The lii'l Uulllon of the Third Alabama reg iment Irlt this un ruing for Virginia. Two companies tf dragoons are ready for Pensacela. rurlhtni, it., Ifay 1. An attempt waa made today to blow up the Mat powder-hnusa on Ilramhall Hill, containing l,tXH) ke.es of powder, by building afire at an airhole out side. It was fortunately diiioverod, aal ex

tmgulrhed. From California. fort Kfornry, HWiweAiy, May 1, 1MSI. The Puny Expreea passed here last night at 'JJi' bringing th fullun lug summary of uwa from tha l'ailflc Coast I Sun Franrf-o, AjuU 20 .1.10 p. m.-Tlio ihiii reieutly bartered are the (ira-e Dining tn Imli n; ICnmanc of tho Sua and Spitfire to Liverpool, and Talismsn to Cork. The Mary ISobinaon obtained a freight to New York, to load in Coleniau's line. There Is et ill a deinan I lor tonnage, anil rate promise to lie siiatatund, Th Revenue, Peruvian, and th Flying Eigle, are the only dlaengaged vessels in port. Meeara. .1. W, DxNvrR and Savh-pi. Smith have l-en appointed Commiaaioncrs to pro ived to Washington with voudiera and adjimt tlm Caliturnla War debt with the Federal Gov ernment. Arlwrgeof liberty and rnmiptlon. Involv ing thn integrity ol a portion of tho Assembly ConimiltiieonClainia, I. la-ln; invi-a Igatel by a Speilnl CoinuiitU' appolntel lor lliat pur pose. The Senate lias amended thi act pnvd last year, offering a liouiif of tGil,Me) to the i. pany building the rirst telefrupll lietwnrn th Mleaiaaippl and tho I'aiiflc, extendin' th time for the loin plot lull of the work, i'.h nit iurfclt ing Ihe Imnu, lo six months. It I believed the Alacnibly will concur. Th atockuig of th Western and th Over land route fur the mail service, umter the Il.it terfleld contract, has been ommenrd. Tlw romnanv rmrxiee establisblng statinat every 12 or 18 milo at ross tha continent, each station to I well supplied with men, home and con hen; It nrnt coach to leave California between the 15th ol June and 1st of July. Tho trip will b made, probably, overland, in 15 days. A public dinner U proposed lor .Senator LA THAM on bid arrival, by his friuud iu ban ImiilIiho. 1 he Legislature ha changed tha elertlin Uwa no that the Munitipal election for San Franiis robhall hireafler l held in May, Instead ol Npterober, v.lun Hie state election takes place. ljite account front thn Marlion Coinuny atatn that tho Fremont rlaim will I rrptimd, an tint all th iuartx tnilla can reaume opera tion mlthiii two wrtkl. A gold etcitrnitnt is prevailing at LjI Angelos, liaiinl on recent reported dlicoverlet in Ihe mountain to the snulluutat of that place. The Asrembly ) enter Jay poaaod the propoa. nt emeiidmcnt to tba Constitution of the United States by a vote of voasfil, nvs9, Ilia membera voting in tha negative repre senting th ultra leceaelon wing of th Assent- blT. Th MiripfiM Casrtl sayi that ons-thlrJ tha population ot that country will pas th summer serosa Ik mouulaiu at MoroUotKl Waahos, Ac. lueitearaer Cortei arrived thia morning, bringing Victoria paport to the 15th, aad Port land and Oregon to the 17th. There ia a great excitement a all th northern regious aa to new gold Uelda ia Ned IVieJ UiUlltV. The Portland A Jrtrluer of April 17 sayi that th new received by Ihe laat trip of the Julia, it conbrniatory of the rkhnisa of the Xex Perce mines. Mr, Gkaky, Superintendent ol In llan Affair-, in conjunction with th agent of Cam, haa etfeded un agreement with the Nea Porcea ludiaustoopcn a portion of country minas, with a provision for a military fun In the vliiuily of th mines, lo preserve peace and order. Hrltleh Columbia papers reiairt the discovery (f rich gull diggings in the uinblMO country. A correriioiidciit of thn I'n-foria I'rtJi iayi that a coniuiuy of Freiuh Cuiiadlant air ink iiisrae gold diggings in the neighborhood of Ukv Hallss! in Ihe ridge mountain J running Irom Similkamecn tot'iriblaio. The Colimul savt tint th Tport of gold from Vlitirla, fur theipjartrrcnlmg MarthSl, It iil.WiO, la-lng an xk ol i;,(Xl over Urn coiroepuii'luig quarter lost yoar, 1 he a ime paa-r rucoiniuemlt the purihasing nr building ilenmers for tba Victoria and Sail rranelac tialo mren, in ewe ino onor in be made to the proprietor! of the Souta Cru U relecle.1. , , 1 ho Grand Jury of VMorlahav presented Sheldon a Mammulh Gut Kuiertiris aaanui unoo, and the proprietor amenabi to tho Uw, Siunr'a Riri rs rll In Philadelphia at from I VM) to f IWI earn, luiaiv more loan auni 1 what they coat at Uio tactory in llrlford,Ct. 3 1H61 8plrit of thu PeopU. - lliiwnii to Titr Otn lltr SrATR.r He I'difor r rA Fun.- Tbe following st.t at r. mvy piov Inteir-tiru) to many, for they ahnw who from Uennlatiiuit'eof our ooimlry for frelon, ahatl the li d bit.), ind who are again, now, the Aral and riaart ready to go fottU iu the .left! of tha dearly hailllMre.Ing, Tbe (1110104 ftf-ire mniprtae th nuni'wr uf lri"1 fumirlrd ly each of ihe org nal thlrteea elaUa in Ihe Kevoiiition; Wnvnivnirm fiT.nn; l-iitiayivaoia 3b bT lm uia , ,..H. 7 t' Ulie.1 lit...., ...II Vow New Y.ik 17.7SI N. lit aliire W4J7 Niwjenay 1)71 Mw) land IIPI3 llrlawaie 1 311 R lie . 'and MHM Nnlli lUii'limv 7,:(,.l rao.lli l.aiollut (1.117 Oeotlle i.NIK Tina you will ireive that Mveaaolmaatta lor. rl.lied rrorfv 9 f) rssrr free;is fain ( rnfin tHUth I aiu uoia iiat.ve f thia noole atue, U it a Ma'yl.rdrr. an1 Ihaiefi re am Influenced by ni rfsnnfan feelini-a In tnikin Una aUietmiit. A liiaaiM sr or tus lluotrsurs Kin.r Rkhimkii CiivsrtroTiiii (Iuvhim. Twolciuit Lg (ffl,e wots openial tip town fea tird.y. 1111 at the crim ol il,l atii-al vulrii mil avin is niai tlir i tbir .1 11 niiiier of u'tli atr-et aod iii e avi one Dia'e ab.li Iw irnle'ay tu thut train tit. lnroe Ittely 011 eln tm the ni I, the tmu villi, male ,aut teir.va their raiiou., Ufflirlaof llj-ar or ak ll wt I lie In i-itiutittitl. OilVlfANT 11 I'l TllltSrillMI Annul MIT ( e.-ulaia) toinrerng T3 tncu, uulir mmiieuiJ of I'ait 1J t' I" r-, arnvri 11 it la ciiyyanlerd y ruoiiioit tnaa Makintw, by it. llujam kvtr balral, ant will be ipnarteiel ou U iveniori l-Iallll. Japaa, Tlief'simi .IhiIlIv-! Ihe follovvin ac-nimt of Ihe murder of the Amnricm interpreter al Yi.114- 1 hia unhappy gentleman. It apwar,ha I bean frruuintij i.iulloiied, rajai nilly of laic to bo inoi laulul of evpoaing liiin-elf to maltreat nient, Vi hy Ins more llmu an) ono tdi,ahoul 1 hut elmnao caul lonnl, Is at presnit only dimly hinted nl, It would soeni that li s accurate knovlcdge of the Jaanese language had brought him aciiuitmted with certain nidsrlotu dcaigiia tf th anti-foreign party at lebln wliiili It was siijiuowil could onlj be conceale.1 emctually by hia removal. He, however, pill noalta-uiUit to tlto-ralled rantions. Oath night of Men lity, the 1 Ith of December, he w returning from 'tlm hnuse of the llueaUn Mini ter, where ha had been dining. He waa accompanied by Hire liettoa anil four mounted Yaktimiis, but waa w av laid by a holy of asven or Ight armed Japaneee, who etruvV out the liuhts rarrled by Ids servants, and rushed, )etling,upniilhi-irvUlim. II spurred his horse aiad galloped off, but did not eacW reoeiving several aword wouuds, which subSuently t roved fatal. In th meantime on of th Ya unlna, whoa hone had bean wounded, dis mounted, and pnaredeil to th American le gation for asaitani.e. This waa obtained, ami several medUal men, Imluding two native doc tors, were soon in alien lane, but their al 1 was of no avail. TIm unfortunate gentleman, afltr receiving tlw last rite ol his ihunh, expired aUiut midnight. II vtaa hurled oil th ICUi, his funeral la-lng attenilcl l.y the Governor and all the Miiil'ters of Ix-gsllon. Shortly after, I lie Minialersol tho various Kmliaaalei at Japan fiuittt d Yi ddo, with th exception of th Ameri can MinUtcr, who declined lo leave, raving that bis life was as safe lit Yeddo aa it had ever been. Among the last of Mr. lUiMHti'e pub lic acts apare to have bean the aitanca h rendered lower Js the conclusion of the Pruwlan treaty with Japan, which takes effect two years bene. It Is not reported that trad haa been at all Interfered with by theva events. Bed Tape aud Fort Mrltenry. A letter dated at the fort. Sunday. 2ftth. lavs that thu side y of Ihe forliniatlon ia due en'tin ly to good furiuiic; that on the l'Jlh thtro as not a single mortar in po.iiioii for tiring, nor vvaslhereasiugle louuloi gup lundi aula ter for the largo guns; iu fait nut a sentinel had hit muaket luidnd. Oil the Kith, thev were informed that tlm II tltimoreans won d st ttiupt an assault on the lort, bat th night puised without any hostile deoionatralion; luss t hurt llKK) ileleruiined men, vvlth firenion's lad ders, could have taken Ihe furl. On the tln nieaaengor waadispslihed to Washington, to In firm the authorities of tlw slat of th tort, and endeav or topneure supplies and eulpment, but even liody was alieorlie.1 In Imal affa'rs. After a long search, the requisition which hud been made in January for ordnauco, and not till ed, wa luund. Th Chia f of Staff Inquired very Innocently of the mmeetigrr wlwre Ihe arliclnmiiild be got, and Uimlly wound up by informing tin meenengt-r that It waa very dou'itful whether tbearticleaiouldhefurni'ihed. On the iUlh Col. Kpiks, of Gen. .Scirra stall, arrived on a roving commllon at the fori, guarded bv I'spt. IIriiiiis ioinuny of Massachusetts vol unvecr. During bis stay here bis guard wa cooped up on the laiiler ilri k of Ihe iroiiil'er, withevtiyaarturerl(Md,forfuarthn llalilmore obit airy 'might disiovrr Uiern were Maasn liu'etts lldieri Id Hie liarbor. This rnmiany vould liav laren a very useful rcqul.ihlon, but Hie Cohsiel declined leaving them. On send ing to Ualtimore tolbeQuarterinaatirfuraom bolts, with nun to make moriar tieaa, tie ne cllncd to supply Ihrm, and referred th matter to the nearest ordnance officer, who waa at Washimrton. lloth tburgou and engineer officer on duty at Fort Mi Henry, reside at Bal timore, so that in case of attack, their sort Ice could not be availed of. It is evident that th Stalf Deparlnaente need revising very badly, The llalilmore Steam Gn. This gun is on four whuail, the boiler U like that of an orJln.irv steam lire-engine, Ihe ivl indrr Ulng u aright. There It but one ba'rel, which Is of still, on a pivot, and othnrwino Is like an ordinary iiumket barrel. It ia fed or loaded through ahopprr entering tbe barrel dlreitlyover thepivot, Tbe bariel hasarolaiy motion, and (a-rfofms the ilrruinoarctite, by mat blurry attached, at the rat of about six teen hundred time a minute. The balls ai let into tbu burnt through a valve at will, and every time the barrel comes round to a certain jk Int, another valve acli-opi-rated, let out a ball, ahull Is propilled solely by th velocity of the barrel tn revulvimr. It will discharge a two-minca ball three hun dred lima a minute. Th rang Is nccural up and down, but the holla ar liable to bit wldo of tlw mark, on one aid or th oilier. Th bar rel revolve Insula ol a drum, waiioor boner iron, between five and eix feet In tirenmferent, with an opening wliara th twin are untnargwi. Ita rang 1 not over on hundred yard, and the gun ran l workud so as to dimjiarg in any direction. The whole thing weighs ti,70Q pounila, and la about the ! of a ateuin Or en 4.1'ie. Ilea. Combs among the Mi-reaaloa'at. The following Incident is said to have occur nal at Cyntluana on 'luaaday evening. Tbe Hon. Lkai.iK C"mb vvaa on hit way bom on I maid the K. C. R. K.. and mating a large crowd tvrM u.bled at Ilia C) nthlana depot, he aid n few wonla on the suhject of th Unloa, when soina lieardhw youths who were playing eceaiiiuii ' Mijers" displayed their lack of g"nd .nling (it It unfair to aw use empty healed v-niith of want ot patriotism), by interrupting In in and shouting "hurrah lor Jkvk. Dvvih. Mr, Cuiiiis felt tha Insult toldinvlf uul hi counliy, and lol 1 the wild young mini what be thought ol them. Ho said tliey w-ro traitors and cowards; that thuir triliehal shut a Ken. luckiau last week, and that Ibuy woull se" 1 heir country uny time and lo auv body ol inun. ThU ixaa rated tho souihern "rlghH volun leers, and six of them forthwitli drew piltoli and leveled them at tbe brave old patriot, but without effect, fur ha dare I any n nr men to lira a shot at hiia, and ownrnpaiiled hia romirk With afullcn uplirtlllgol nis Hnai oruainoiu in the nelghborhmsl of the cost tall of the e ceaiduu mi bury taptaln. hxiumlc Vein, Phllailrlphlian Daughter of T8. A party is la lies hearing on Sun lay after noontlut the gallaut voluutenra need I cloth In,, dud tholr fiaundatoirethavr. obtained th I material, and net to work with a will, aad early SUN. PRICE ONE CBNT on Monfv morning nrnt fai 50 jiairtofdraew At the Waa, 1 er 11 llo.se nf Indn.try, on Mon" lav 1m loa lot wrr emplofwl in unkln; up rlo'thiti' for the Mullcrs. 1 hay nent Ihe.r sew ing machines (0 Ihe Inst lint Ion, and a numlicr 1 nl out sr lie lea while others teireal. Their rlil yers pliant awlttly. They cut up Br plooci ia dv.utl. iiurilisseal by themaelvrs, and mad 50 pairs ol Csnlisi Unjinel Drawers. Nvcral huralret suitaordoth a h-iv bocn llnished at tli Gilsrd llmiae. On thousand taira of virawrrt were laid out in lb dining noiu yealerdav, wlih almost as m iiisxconia. The old Ullia'rd mom ia tenant I by tinny rnttera, and alt the sitting anl lenlii f rhim Ura are Oiled with sewing Is Ilea. Fair Inn l and plump fe't guldo Ihe sewing mtihlnos, .ml some facia that nave graced the ilraw.n.c-ro-imi of weallh anl faahioii movcal down the aielcl wlih bands laden with soldi r c othea. Am nig the treat numlicr of lades who aid In sewmj; th military rbuhlngat IhollliiM llouw nri three itraiiii-diiighters ol IhitiKRT Miikltls, of Uivotutiouory memory. The laCy manai-crs and their frionla of Ilia Winein llnuwol Employ mcut haveun letaken to tnauufhrliiTe a porthm of the htvi r-s.ka f..r the niilitUol the statu, 1 he 1. urea' 1111 veun nt gnus on bran tv . All meet lig on Weduasday, several Iklics'lnok thi iinial oaalh, and sang togrthi r Ihe Star-Sptnglc I ll.inner. CITY NKWS. U. S. StMt-t.K Oyrn-K Kr.Vfit rn The I'. S. Stnlii OJicr, loc.lol u.ltil urn ill ill.- Aj prHl r atore, llroad struct, h 1 I ikmi up 01 m-r quarters, n I lino In No. o-' II 01 Ivra, , w 1 1 1 there nrc ctlerun'oiniuoljtljiii for luliipuld and 1 tin in, Aiiiiiv ti. or nir. Cirr nr M111 .iKrt it. The City of Man. hesu r, from Ltvcrpsd April Kill, arrived at Ihtt purl yeaterdsy, bringit a largo nunila-r of p.isi.rjTi. .She ha I over 100 in Ihestocra;, which would seem lo In dicate that onr war d its not Injurinu-ly affect ll 0 mil ration Lupino-a. 11,-r advictw are anil' rlitei by thn Arubls, at llieton, JtiiOK M1C1 dm, our new City J u.l,;, i ac tively at woik in Annapolit aa niivtcr of Inn Ixartatioti, superintending the loading and un loading of ears, and dclailhv men. II seem th right man In tba right p'aco, atid at present can forward 5.000 trooj dally. An OyrirnR Shot Trnr.tnix Fioiit. Soon after 12 o'llock on We.lnday night, Ofhcere Roi n and FLTRt, of th Fourth Ward police, while oil duly In Roosevelt street, lies' llatavbi, dlscnveraal IUviii SrAuutu, a no torious 1 harartrr, In collistou w 1th some sailors, and ordered hire to desist and go home. The rowdy complied with great reluctance, and at once proceeded to load an old single barrelled pistol whli h b kept In bit plac. Tbua equipied, SrAuuxu again went sbroal, and meeting with on Ciiahlu Toixrn, a la Kin romiwiilon, laid in wait for the olllcvri ataiv named. In their rounds about 8 u'i lock, Stabi iiu aud TlikkJt acaanted olbcod Romi and Fl rsi, towarda whom ther tiaeil abn-lve and thrrateniug language. 'Ilia diMirderlins were warned to leave, but SrAiatxu altur ad vamlng a few f.et, itepped. and pulling his pistol, returned, and placuig it near tha kreast if ofliccr Uuiin, flrwl. Th ball took effect on tha ihtatd. through whith It passed, anal alrua k a brass button on hit undercoat, which checked Ita progress. Hut for thin fortunate circumstance the oflber'a life would have been saciiflcni, a tha pistol wsa aimed at his biesal, Th moment the wen.ii waatMeiharged, Otllcer Fi.tix kmakml Sr.VKi mo down with bla club, but ha would not stay down till th operation had been repeat. I four or five time. Tt mm, who rushed to the aid of hia confederate, mad a desperate assault on Officer Itonn with m formidable rusty di'k knife, but the blow Inteuled for Ida abdomen fall short and th ateul paaaed thrijugh the levof th ofhcer't overcoat, without doing further damage. At that moment h received a alunnlag How on th head from th locust of Officer Fl TBI, which sent him reeling into th gutter, it raiiien, However, in a minute or two, win reupou tbe drteradoea renewed the battle with increased vigor, and a iloae band tn baud light between them and the olhYers con tinued lor at least live minutes, at th expira tion ufwbich timeSrARl 1111 and hi routeder. at wer overpowered and I akeu to the station 11010. Ihcy wer sulieaquenl'y arralgneil before Jiillio OmiiikSK at tlwToiiilai, aud hacked up for trUI ill aleiault of t'l 000 bail each. SrAR I inu who keep a plar cornered lloomv t and llrttaa-U Ureal a fur tha enierlalnniont 1 tailors who cannot find accommodation elaewhere, has laien repeatedly arrested for leloulous assault and thelts. Ha Is an Englishman by birth, ami baa long been a terror loth more quiet clli Jen of Ihe r'ouith ward. Alter the affray was over, 1 llii er Jtiiiin found lb llaltonod sVfiot lodgeci lu bis coat. J, War Items. Et-PlittsinriT Filimiirh haa horn elected Captain ot th Union Continental nf Buffalo. IIowTiirt Dm it. It la now proved, be yond a doubt, that I laaa attac k on th Massac hu sett regiment was llui work of apoul moo, hired by a few nione) ed men and fire-caters. Tiik IiLiniiil LxoMi.ATrRK hay paid Judg Doci A th compliment nt ordering the publication of 10. nun rnplet of Ida great ppcec h in favor of th Union. Jt rr. Davis ctRAniiATitn at Wait Point In thachuvtof 1M2M. II ranked 23d, in a claaa numbering .13. No on doubta hia bravery, but if he la a great soldier, hit record at Went' Point ooet not mow it- Tux 1-Ast Nxw Oai rams A-Mj tut a very liittir aitiileagainrt certain riih men of t hat o.ly, betiiuae lliey neither tubscrlbe 10 th louu nor coiitribut to the tupport of the volunteeri, A CaiMMirrvK or MrRrnatT from New Yelk lity, ronsisllng of Messrs. KvARTS, Pikr-1-aiNT and VABiirRi'iHiL. havaarrlved In SVanh. inton to tender the Administration 1011,000 un 11 and tlWi.WSI.WHJ lor war purposes. hiltTIIKRN ErUtOITTRT. Th Mobile At rrrfi r iu,v s : "Most of 111 Tlh Ibigimunt are tclerably 'decent tort of men fur Lineolnitea, but baiilly wonhv lb honor of being tUugh tcied by the gentlemen whom w hav tent ta doit." TarRWonrg Fitlt Sroxew. At an Inter view Willi the rrvebleut and Cabinet lately, General ScOTT said that th two great qaaU- tlet for th time wer "moderation ami riRuauiH, ami of lU tieo, tho firil ipcu iracatfiia- TnR UEBCL CnllvriicRrcvaiWRS ana vnnnHa.1 Ia hav been Weill anuMil hv tlia f'aea.ln-llan- eralofCubn. General .Horoiu replied to tliera In tke following manner 1 "Gentlemen, I re- reive you as citiiees of the United State 1 tut I do not acknowledge any am h power aa tho Con'derat Sutet of America." A riKpnsToitr. in PlnludeliJiIa bears tha following inscriptiuni "Hjtel eJueed, Ihi gone to war; don't know whether he will ever return or not; If he don't hi customers mu.t pray for him, (that Is, If they ever do pray, which U very doubtful.) lluniuutry must lie taved, and lio is the only mail whu isii do It." A wywrnnrrhat lawn proposed to th Ord qaiue ll-parluieul, whieh. It is said, will briog loin use the old smooth Isired muaket with a 111U1I1 ihciency at tho Mime rirte muekei. It luia la-eu al proveel by military men who hive examined it. and iaexpn ted In bring into ta aboil' unci million ,tii,d or urms. It hat been uti-iiied by a Penns) Iranian, (CUT it Tiii!iiiiiiil Y Annum for tk crnr nnd cleterinlncd to uphold the Stars and Strla. Seversl ricimeutt of lriHi pasMvl Uiroi h Alii n. 111., last week, anl were es- iriei. by the local mililU an 1 citl.ein In pro iisrloii. The old and hitler leiils Iwtwavn it- publican! and I Vmocrats, are merged ina da votrd h ve for the) Constitution and laws. The rHr-sinKiT Is reported to hav lately taid in relerenca to th attack on tha motive I and action of the administration! "Well, tir, ne 1 an afford to aosa them by with tha dying wnrdi of th Massachusetts atatoanuan, w till liv.' I am tur they don't worry n knv, and I reckon they don't boncut tba paitUi wha rltdUui. BATES OP ADVKRTfSlltrJ: v tr.uoAffiTiirincvurji'i' AitiilUSai.ii, F,r evir Pff5LftaWJaW aW word, of laaa, on da.M malaa Mv ataarapla wo'ilthrraaoayr, i, aix dara, $!,, AJI Losw Uaaawtitrtds,iaaaMlr4car1lawy. S-3'' M.rrlagw and Daalh. t& cent Ibraaok kaat Mm Moulhly avlvaarlhawnanla of tour Una, laaawwatw Ilia oonfanwavtwofo,o(Va,tMosr every 34 las. U;J. AdaertlaameTiU rauelvwl unlal loavalank, P. M. This eataliliahmaibl U Drkly elosed ea Imad Osy. - , L. U JUJI-? Tux Wli t ir Dat.TiMohx-Th smt forlui.ei.fll.e Wiiavj wsa amaa-el by son lucky rotitraira fr rolling alock wit tha KaaMan Government, 7" j ears airo. fnrttem. leleral.urg an.1 Moscow railroad. They an How wotlb tiratlv tl0.iW).(W), and tlaau f tones In Ileltimnr areat work, night and day. tarring out cannon and she t for th South. Will crr Sra-rwtoa, Hwaiivw i Tfi. oiIAf-A that Virginia directly wd av4 all that si ia lialile for, amoauvl U about PAUV liOO.IOO. The whole can wit now ba aatlWi lo lo wmth alsivB aNV" ,u"i'. an I Ir tt war 11 1 scl I oil Lb ina ant, pro ably It wr1ct not. bring kiovn :0HiO.vtA Uall likely not doll.r of tlw Lit .oet ailll b.nd la i eara Ja come, and no Lair thdjr ncipal for tuu a cefl t ny Ifr-vrr. Ilrrtinslvci Rrsscvai The) Hiltlnynr a"e of Uaaliisiay aaai tea la reader, that hunea nib tn ma ai'l n cldle with th-a Star Mat N 'is in lie Muimmeiiiat City, and r elld'y hoj.-a ih- thia c-nvernn,ant will not lo iats on Jla'vlind fiirtii.'ilng har qwou of fi .iB tor liir protirlion of lb nation. TIM 1 bi nl 11 oath rn tnap to p' through the t ile I. b 're r, amply eonceiled. Mr. Dnrnt A a, In hi speech before the Illi nois Legislature, amongot her argument sbarw ing Ihe ultrr csueelil-na-aa of that aoatlMra aii t mon si hrnira, said 1 " Hear In mind that thea very (!i tton Mates, who In former tltneakar la-en so bcisterous in I heir demands for Own trade, hav among thair first act avsUbllsWl anekpuit duty on cotton, lor the first hum la A ni" icunlibtiiry " I low To Sin 111 it Gill.rn. Governor M Aiii.M 11, of Ki i'ii ky has written to tha lmiarillii Jt u iui' iud- Minnlly deriving thit ha ever (ffercl I lie N- rrtnry of War of thatCoa 'rdciiuteSta iw a ngiineui'to a'tai k I lis United Slates pve Illicit V I.. II he fir,l saw Uaa statement in the aMilhern newspapers, heat oiiro ti legrupheil to Montgi mrrv that he would have uolbiu.r to do with raaslng aurb a regi ment. Tur oi nrsT Vol cwTxxit iv m TJhiot. Mr. IlArna, of Pendleton, li , nlse'y-two yaara old volume. red with a company from Madison lunt), wcut into I'aiip Morton on Saturday and rrnislneil until Mnnd tv, O' course he waa n Jetted on account of age. When a'ked why ha volnnteareil, he irHinl that h wanteal ta abarar voting men that old man were nut a! rail 1'c.lit, an I exprtsaed his detrrmination to recwalav with lhtMmi,apy If rmitled to do an. MntrAiit PiirrAKATtiiMa at NawroaT. Th Providence JimtntU alataa that tha lead work at Newisrl, R. I., ar filling rontraota fi r I all ft r Rhode -land and Maesac husetla. Th lia'ls are made by romprevdon, which rea cirr tha m vastly MitierinT to th old raathodavf ruling, fur with latter procsa there I a gieat loss. In that many b)ls are imperfect ant lull of hole. Tob si curate when discharged t re lulls must I nnrf. Tn In weight on all side. By th flrit of I he woek tin. sujrm'actiirars wBl bay machinery tn oiatration wuitll will tans cut four thousand bald an hour, v - More warlikk than GnAMMATtCAhXr Gov. MonnAlt rectlved the following Ml Sat- urday s "Sir, pleat will you gir Ba a pas ta go to war or lo any town to lite, for I can tgt terry good, I waa fighting with Incline at wr west last 2 year when I waa traveling to ptkaa G'lk, i ana well known bow to shot by Mlnla una & revolvtrt & i am very brsva, t wlli tat 1.11a d warrion, I want to die lor tho atar baraar & for theconslltntionof th u. 1. of America. If ton want, I will kill the Rabell JetTkraoa b.t ia or llaauguarda or i will Iwiog hia baad to vcu. I give you my word that I am trua." lllAB TUX CoNITiriTIOV DxrKNnRiV, "Mlow-dUaveiu," said Daxixl WkuantB, Otk he Is) Ing of the comer a'on of th addition to .he Capitol at Wellington, July 4th, 1851, tak courage; ba Agmd rhetr, ww shall oaVavaa to no suih Lfciinlile end. W ihall lira and not "ii'. During the period allotted to our tevtwal live weihall continue to relolc In th ratara al this anniversary. Th ilbomaiwd bound 0 'nnallrlam will las husheil; the ghastly spectra of trrruvm and diumton will dlsappwar aarl th enemies of miTRD COKSTTTtfTIOBAt, U ktt, If their hatred cannot b appaaaed, aval firrpara to have their evo-ualla teau-wd aa thaws-hold tli steady flight of tit American eaglet on hti burnished wings for yeal and yara t come." hTATroy AirAiR in ViRoixiA. Adriawa fnim Washington atal that Urroriam ralgtaW supremely in Kaateru Virginia. In moat of tha town Union men ar driven out by th hun dred. The number of sua h faigitive that paaa throagh here on thir way north ia houily In creasing. Tiny descrllie th secasasioniat to ba anything but ready for aggressive warfare. Ibey all sfree, on the contrary, that a taarrlbta Irlght prevail at th auppoced Impending Ua- vssioii by nortuern troops. In .spottfylrania and adjoining counttea tha negroeaai growiai altogether unmanageabUw Portiaia lately arrlrod Irom Kichnaond stata that a famine it threatening. Flour sella for twenty dollars a bariel. Trad waa absolutely oUtructed, and rpec.1 waa entirely oat of cir culation. Pauhciw llnowNUiw tayti W uiutentancl that Gov. Harris has announcod that no ttAta aim will le furnished except to companies go ing Into actual service! By this Is meant that Ihe arms of Trnnemaea will lie furnished only ta engage 111 Ilia assault upon lb Faleral capital it Yt aehlngton I No arms ran las had by tba Irrrmen 1 f Ti nnessee to defend their ova lu mre against inv aaion I No arma ean b had lor tlw lnrutec liou of tbe women and rhUdra of thi proud old atate, who must stay at homc, and submit to all lh outrage and enormltka ibat civil wsr entails I Oh, no I Tli arma aoat amuiilliona of war, purchased with tha raouarj of thlt people, muat 0 used In fighting th baU tlee of Jr.rr. Da is and hia coauljutonl Mett nf Tenneaar ar ye ilavei or freemen f rFla elymtrri th imhgeutrum oflAtpetpUt Tub Patriotism or Trxaaow. A dnuf hour in Philadelphia baa juat received th fol lowing letter, Instead of money 1 BAanaavn lk, Git., April 23, IMt. GrMTLKMKM 1 Your haa bean lawalvwd. I hav had the cash In hand lor you foe raiwilha, but never will I pay on dollar of lh tame, un til your t Itbeni ceaa thir unholy crvuad upoa our rlghta. Whenonr Independence ll achieved, uul acknowlediied by your Government, yoas will get every dollar due you, aad not UU Uea. ' veiy dollar tliat I can raise, be) ond a bar tippc rt for my family, will I freely loaned to b Confederate Matea Government to loagaa his war lasts, and thla ia the calm ami fiaal cbteimlnalbn of every man in Georgia wb we on dollar North. a a Every tult brought by northern credltorf la iimmarlly dUmisml by our Judge, by kva- il.oruy of our IegUtature and Governor, and o you may rest content until th liau ll aet lid. W Lav now fifty thousand aoldiertla tha field In this state alon. and our negro 1 ar Uing thoroughly dnllad in military tactic to wtirom tneir wouia-n uoerauars wiua ' bloody hands to hospitabl graTes." Delac tonntcted now with th rglar army ct ihm South, 1 may pay jou a viait, re long, taarvs-pt-Ki jitrsmia, a w ar determined to "carry a.. -. i-i. ar.i. . unbana a raturninir aanaa nt l...ie .ton voir naonl in thlr hellish ana wai ium. ....... -. ... - nest, jou now have mv reply and ultloaatana. brAvb nor, a Udatill iablatna, kaa writteu to bislathen Four W.VTRK, Ind.. April JL 1861. Drill rATiirn Everybaly la xcited. On comny of 125 men leay tomorrow mornlagj and another company la formiag. I want ta knew if I can hav your prrmiaaion to loin. I think I con get leav of absenc for thro ar four mon I hi from th ttore. I hav oonsidajwd th mailer, and baked into It thoroughly, and I think it is mv duty. It la jVrry that U at take, and must I atand, day by day, and aa my comrades ono after another tnroll their names, tbua placing a crown of glory upon their beaib? 1 1 s ma to m aa If I must go. Lib erty is mine a well aa theirs, aod shall I let them do all th fighting, while I aay not word? I am tur I could not die in a better muse. Did not our forefather die for us lu tha great atruggl for Freedom? and dul thy not bond it down to u with tha Injunction that, wathould watch over It and protect it J Yota may aay that 1 am too young. Who waa that moat active tnd valiant In th Revtalattoa? It waitheycung men. I can hardly reatrala in) se lft but 1 want to Juv your consent bo lui doing to. Remember that it 1 your eanaa at well as lulu, and. if yon can't go yourself, jou ahould mrmlt on of your family tag A )ou. If you oooseut, let m know by ala-e graph, Immedlstely, ' lha father telegraphed "Ot." M. Oilman, a bhormamj ,KocbT.r uromltecl a pair of gaiter to th wif. ntoUer, ttdttatero.yerryoJaU. U ha aimdr. dUtriUtadovortfWp1" ' ' 1 1 -,'