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NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, W86,
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QOt l IM 1 KI TAI.ATIO*
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i arawaaerra **'? a?ntwraanaanrwn Pata
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i I l"!.H'lll UTS ir.
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UNaJUtl AND CONblMl'1'ii.N '
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la ?nany ?a/aatL?? par di?i U Kam.lt-. tL? Vxtba? Brear i? un
m.i.i.il by a y it bri teuirdy, ?ud foi ?II ro?no i i t. inciden; te Ihe
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DECLINF. OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
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ll.O?D! T1LOOD! blood:
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irr.HLT CONCENTRATED COMPOOID
FLV1D EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
f' l . ! b' d retncviui ?1 chronic cim?titutiou?l dil
?.M? It?aag fu.li. lu .n. | re .tate of the Shod, and the only reliable
?iK'-efle tua kn tri. remedy foi the cure of Scinf'!?. Sc?.d Head,
Ka.1 Ri.ruin P?.i. ?nd Swelling? of the Honra, Iteration? of the
*11 nat ?i.d Leg?. B.otche?. Pimple? on Ihe Jar?. Tetter, Eryiipelat,
?u.i.a ? i ? .i thr Skin.
AWI BLAITIFYINO the complexion.
NOT A FEW
??f tot wein di*?id?i? that ?Ulct m?aklnd ?ria* from thr corruption
IW anomalste* in th* Blood. Of all lb? diarc.rriea that havr beru
?i*M to port? it out tone can **,u?l in eff?et HELMBOLD S COM
WOUND EXTRACT OK SARSAPARILLA. It cleanse? and rene?
wal?, the 8 cod, inati a the rigor of health into theay.tem. and pbrgra
oat tb* baaaor? wi..h make di?ea?e. It iturulatra the bralthy
fui.el.ci i of the body, ?ad expel? tbe di?order, that grow and rankle
to tb? blood. Our apace berr doe? not admit of certificate? to ?how
Ita rBtcta, but the tri?, of ? .ingle bott!? will ?how to tbe an k that it
tua virtue? ?urpauiiur anything they h?v? iver taken.
Two tah!* ?poon?.'u! of tb? Extract of Sarupaxill? ?dded to ? plot of
?rater m ?aja*! le the Lifboo Diet Drink, ind ob* bottle ia fully ?anal
te ?galion cf th? Pvrcp of Sartaparill?, or the decoction ii umally
v ooo ooo
I 04)0 ooo
HELMBOLD'S ftbSE WASH,
A i,?ii*U?M.i Lotion u?*d in cooooetlon with ihe EXTRACTS Bl'( HI'
aa>d SARSAPARILLA In ?ach ?Um**** a? recommended. Evidence
? I ta* meet :e?potuibie and rrlUb!? chun ter will ?ccompuiy the med
ii-uxra Ai?o eiplut dirretnn* for u?e. mik htndrtdt o/ thotuanrlt
?if ..ving ?aim*?**?, (fid upward ef 30,000 unsolicited certificate? and
?rroaimriidalory ?tiru ?ftcuy of which ?rr dom the blgbeat ?ourcr?.
tot India*, eminent Phy?ui?n?, Clergymen. Ht?te?m?:i. le. The Pro
g? M to i bat nevar retorted to their publication in th? newapaprr? ; h?
?toa? not do tai? from th? fact tatt hi? arti, e? rank a? Standard Pr?pa?
ration? ?ai do not nerd to b* propped up by certificate?
TtwS'ianeecf MeJii in? lik? Iba Dont column, abonld ?taad simple,
yura, aiajattie baring F??t for Ita bull li.daction for it? pillar, ?d4
Txab ?Ion* foi It? Capital.
My Eitract SanapuiD? la a Blood Portlier, my Kitnct Bu.hu ia?
?V.yirii. aad will act ?a auch ia ?1! caae*.
Btth ?re prepared ou poraly ?clentine principle??ia ru?ui>??nd arr
la? moat activa BMauorr? of ?ii Dot luat cao b? mad*. A ready and
?saacluart? U*t will b? ? eoiuparinu of ti rir propurtie? with tho?? ?el
Batta ia ta* Mbsarlng worka
?Im ltt?p*??a?or7 of lb* I'nitrd S'?t-i
Urt Profaaator Dawar* ??lutblr woik? on tto I'rtctlcr of Phy.ic.
rta? rtmark? made by the celrbi?lrd Or. Panic Pi iitdelplna
Ha* trmukt nude by Dr. F ra* tia McDowill, a i? rl.r?tr J Phyti
clan ai d Mrnibar ef lb? Royal Co Irgr of S. -?r.,?m, Ireland, und pub
tithad in tb* Tranaaclloni of thr King and Unrrn't Jo ima
ft*? Medico (blrurgu al RavUw, pubithed bj- Bs*j*ai> laaran?
I? ' ? i-f thi K. 11 C'ollrgr of Surgeon?
Baa aaeHafaai lal* ?taadard worka on Medicin*.
BOLD LY ALL DBLOOISTS LVF.RVWHERE
H, T. HKLMHOl.il, IHF.MI81
HtLMbOJI'? DUO AND ? HKWICAL U'AJU.HorsE
Ne. Md BROADWAY, N Y ,
lII.LMItoI.DS Ml I>U AI. D?POT,
No 104 MM I'M TF.NT'!-?ir , Pul td.iphi?.
BiUAltF OF I OIMTF.KFKIT.S.
AHK POS HKIiMHOI.H'SI
..tkl NO m H? h
THE FENIAN WAR.
m:w aspects of the caiaba invasion.
('onmilralion ol' Men nu<! Arms al
A Heavy Column of Fenians Reported to have
Moved Northward from Vermont,
Matters at ButTulo and Arross tar River?Thf
11 limn? RrlfHsrd un Bail.
The Fenian Question in the Councils of the
I nited states l?.vornment.
Activity of tia Fenians in New-York and FJsewherf.
Maa! hal Tue?dny, June .'.. \W6-'.< p di.
IWIIUI OOFS TO HI. ALBANS.
Nu movement Im? Iti-ii made from tin? point jet (len.
S?i.-:''\, no "int'iiiicil It ('..I. MeehM Mi O bl l'Un r
officers of hu? ?tuf), lilt here this ulternoon at dj o < lock
for H AIImi..?. It || Bjraeotod Ihat he will ri-tiim lo?
ut tl.it petal ?t i?r<'?i!it i? rarkmilj eattaated
??, i ..vh?, aad m low a? m?o. The mea hetoTe to a verj
BOtorl? liiiiLi.-r. Kations are I agitarle served nut lo
them, und up le tin- pre?! nt time they toft r
Itoea ration? i rt day, hut only two were given out today.
t ii-ii Ilifienii.iii lata lommaiid here. The aeizure of the
anna boa laeeajaad the Fenian? aejatool ti ? cradled .iinu?
?uthoriiie?, of whom, especially the Secretary of State,
they di-nouriif in aMMMHld terni?.
Tlicre are rumore of ii.ti-iid< 1 iaItfj OS Tarioi.? points of
the frontier in thi? vicinity, but tiny ffatflTrl to trato.1 le
'iiiv trii?t?ortliy ?min'-. It ia, boueeer, aatteto thto toa
K,:..,iiis would be noir in ''a?ada wiri- ii Lot for the
?attona of the arms.
tlI-CRLI-AM' I ?
Om of Gea. Sweeneys at a O' pronounce? tb<? proclama?
tion piirpnltn g to cine Iroin .Swni.iv, uni jm t?l i - li???t :n
Um Rev Fork papera, bogo*. Nearly all the un-mlxr?
have been in service before and are fully detenumed t"
Boston. Tue?d?y. Jone ."> 100
Special dispatches from St. A?-.iu.?, dated to day. ?ay
that the main column of the Koni,mt < o in in en ceil moving
fn ? Kii.rtiiM I I o'clock Teetl niai aft? rnooii,the column
headed toward Canada.
Sinall d' -Utilmente ?'.o? afterward followed in the saine
(?ii.?. Spear and Matan remain at St. Albans to organ
izo rein.it.? aid l.>ok afti-r expected ann? and ammunition.
The non-tirrii.il of war matt rid has delayed the move
f It waa known that a largi imonil of niin-li leedt-d
Morea had toes otto boa Troy, New-York, 1er thii point,
und it? failure to arrive had eaeaed Barrions diiurpoint
mint. Trusty i.lliiun .mil n.in lui' heal d'Spai'lnd te
hunt up and secure the missing n.alitu-1. Seven car loada
ot Ki ii inna arrlrvd from Maaaarheantti tina morning,
liound to the- front. Ucneral? Sj car and Manan intend to
leavi for the fiuiit to-lay.
?JEN. HOOKES APPEARS ON THE FIKhl'.
atl AU.1A.NS. Vt 'luoaday. dune 5, 186?.
Il\ 'irder of (len. Hooker all armed bodies attempting
le eteaa the herder are to be at"pi?-d by Unii<-d Stat??
tro'.p?. It unarmed, and It 1? n amnatile to BBJBBQee that
they arc Fenian?, they :nii?t also lu- ?topped. Report? an
i anani tliat Fenian? under Col. O'Neill will concentrate
at Malone and thi? place. Oen?. Sweeney and Murphy
an- ? ipeeeei t" to ki tola ucmity. Thi Fenian? ip- iii
the neighborhood of FialaJBtoleBIg, Highgate. Franklin
and Pigeon Hil!. No tight has let occurred, but i
expected thit afternoon. The United Staten troop? ne
advancing to preserve neutrality
Boston, Tueidiy. Jone5, 1?G6.
A St. Alban? special dispatch to Tht- Hunton. HtrmU
taja that leading Fenian ofliccr? there d?clare poiitively
that the border will be i-roesi d in 68 hour?. Tlicy bavo
numerous and experienced ?couts ia the Canadian ciuip
and it? vicinity, and have hourly repeftl of the situation.
These are ?ueh a? to cue encouragement, and both ofliccr?
and men are ?unguiuv of lucccsr. Their plans aro nearly
perfected for the onward moTement, which will probably
be directed against a force of Canadian volunteer?, whom
the Fciiur.? ri ttard with contempt. There arc no new im?
portant development!. The advance of tho right wing
halted thi? morning at a apot eight mile? from the frontier
line and are encamped on level ground on the edge of a
timber tract. 1 wo companies of United States troops from
Port 1 rumbul!, pasted through St. Alban?last nitrtit, it ia
aupposcd for House h l'oint, and two companies from New
York iea/hed St. Alban? to-day, and encamped there. A
good supply of musket? had reached the Fenian?, but
auiUiunitiuu wa? ?euee.
(XiiiEXiHi bo. Tue*diy. May .'.. 1866.
The Fenian Anns and ammunition seized at Watertowc
thiB a, m. by the United Sutes Regulars are now in pro?
cess of transit to this city. The carloads were abandoned
by the party of Fenians who had them in chirge. No
prisoners f/era Uken. The majority of the United States
Regular? it this point are Irish.
BvFKALO. Toenda?, Jane 5?1:13 P. U.
PROCBEDINOS AS TO TUB I'BISOKBliI).
At au early hour thi? morning warrant? were issued by
the United State? CommltaieBeri ni thit city, command?
ing the United States Marchais to apprehend the Fenian
officers who are now on board the steamer Michigan, aud
bring them before the Commissioners for examination,
wheu it will be decided whether the* shall be held for
trial before .ludir? Hail.
It it said that toa officers will make no defense, confess?
ing toa breach of the Neutrality lew.
The writ ot babea? corpus wa? served last evening, re?
turnable at 9 thii morning, togivi Commiuder llrygon of
th<- Michigan tim-- to consult with the Washington author?
The pri?nner? are really in cuitody of the civil author?
ities, and the iniliUry and naval torces are guarding than.
SHOiiTISO Of CAI'TTRET? FENIAN?.
On the other ?ide, early this morning, four more Fenian
trisoccr? were brought in a and placed in the Niagara
'ern-hoiire. Mauj <?f them met with a quicker fate a?
the volunteers shout thom dead when found.
It i? reported that bo les than ?ii or M tote beal ?hot
m the woial.? ri.um! about Fort Eric and Ridgeway. But
thi? need? continuation.
Altogether, the Canadian? have alunit 100 prisoner?, of
whom Tell are doubtless civilian?, as arrests were made ?itli
veri little di?? return. Suty are now reported to to lodged
in Braotford dail and ?t 1'ort C.lbonie.
All th.- trait.? M the (?rand Trunk Railroad are running
regularly, en?t and Nat
i,il!.. I.V.NVIl'r MOVEMENT:?.
C"l. Lvinh "t ClncnC", ?he a?.?iiiiied cointniiid at Ituf
fab? mi Friday eight, It? the city ra Sunday night, and ia
i, ] i rted '" bat e t iken vlth bun a number of the Fenian?
who ?cn-wuitiui? to r? hafaWOB Col. O'Neill. Col. Lynch
ii. eland that, had the, Mtuatmii heeu known al t'hicu-;",
any number of iroopa could Ikivc t,i'"ii nl.Uiin-il lor tin
purpoee "i loiuing the Fenians al Fort urie.
An expedition comprising some 300 men, Bator the
comiiiai d oi (apt. DoDohu, ii n ported lo here left the
eily lui biffai I heil de-t,nation is unknown, but their
departure ?a? kii"?n to the I'luled St..tir authoriliei.
TUB AMKRH AN Ki ?Bl IK.
(i.-i.. Ham- litt iniilit received a di?|?atc|] fri.m fien.
Mead- etatteg that ee raatting tod !>"-n ??toatea
point in lu? i iciuit,.
Two rtimpveina nf Hatten H, TJnited State? Artillery,
from Kort Si-huyler .arrived here this mcrnilig and .th< r
troop? ciiiiie last light.
Thereportth.it am.? tod lieu M'i.idat P. (?Pat'?
?tore, Uhu i? the Head Center here, i?, we l.eln-ve, m
corn 11 a?, the oi Ij aurmi t.iki ti from his ?tore were
la tin- way of biMiiiet? by Fenian?.
\\. eve eel t" eonlruiaaiui of the ?treet remorthel
United Htalea ( uninl Blake at lo:t Brie im iaealtH bj
a B - ii.I am otl.i r tuan.'
St'.rKVtlUM UHIlMiK Htnl'KMD.
s -n-.seioN Baaaoe,Teeedai ./nie:,
Al ti :-, ? t.'.iwt. al tin? end .-I the Niw-Vork Central
lUilr.md hu? been ordered tr. Buflulo All |iiM-t tero?? 'he
river. Tht ?.lochada of Huii>?iiiiol, Bndat hal been ruted.
I i.. m .-.,. in Ii.. ]way trait s nr* running a uanftl,
and Benaan*! ?3 corr vtitii";it binti r...
B i ai . raaaaaw, June 3, Maa,
TIIE ' "MIMi TRIAL.'
The United Stat' - gi ! Mr. Shi ni,at, S. !:?
tu repris'I,t tlirn: IB to tta ?r.t of luili.-is
fur thi- ptarpoea ni bring?
ing l? ii iii,,.ni oAean bow balda prli
an iinfiril th? United sintos atauner afifhlpWi 'lin- ta .;.
al vc..- | M.i-f. ? M'I.m.s, ,.:.il ti..y
atinad .1 dgi t . !"ii Hint the Fenian prtoonen in
i..'t bald i'.t the oomniaader of tha Mlebinn, bat bj the
- ' I' l Attorner, who :s absent froto tbl
iln' aaaaial Iflaaaaaaoa bl taat toa oaaaaa will ta
n :t-.-is? -<1 mi Inn,, nmi ina aao dil harped CaasHtoraMa
excitement exists here. Tha ?*owrt?roon> la tiioadad wttb ?
thi friendi uf tin- prisonera, Col. Lowery, comma
ut Kurt Brie, baa nutiin-il Ita BaiUah ?vonna] ia this eitj
that no permita will I? r. coajninad br bia for i>rr?oni to
usit ti.1-r 1 . I Bamber of thi Britten tare kil
Pan Bril fag ivmiiu.
I'KIMi.Nhlih IN ,l!l HMAS CAMP.
The Buffalo Eifrutdtixat I Bnjli '?The follow in it
i? a complete list b1 Ita ntoeaaa nuit" ka Ita baada of Ita
1 ' b1 tai ni t.'.i. I'.ui.t. Tier wara eagtnrad In tan Ighta
I..uif? iiii.isi'. na ita riDaga ti Pott Brie tala afternoon. AU
ara well treated aad appear tota rerr rnaifnTtobli Lieut.
bVofield, I?? ir Pi w. Robert Oflkpring, wiMaai Btaeb, Otoeoa
t.ri.aiild, Robert AraitroBf wiiliani Brown, Jacob (taree?,
,I.i!iu Watara, K'luaril llBMIIOBg, Patriek Roach, J li.
Boyle, gaaiael Caol - ian, tlMMaaa lint li*. Cbartea
Canipbell, Stephen Beatie, taaac Dickeraoa, Vilroy atcBer,
8 l: fi ?'?,'?? Ri r, Minn? Weaver Jonathan W.
Hage1 Bergt. Major Borh I -all of Ita Wallawa
I n i:,11 Field Batter; Jame* S (j enbill and Jo*i 1 Sim paon,
1 ittrri, Hamilton 1? Spencer Toroato Bide*, ??ueen ?
tuen; 1; w, llitns >'?..-fn Qneea'i Own, Trinity Col. ?
William Kiln iiinl D. ?labor, So ICo, Uueea'i budia, lui
reriitt. 1 n,.n i orartki v.H?ea, Hig?andi
Slim. ?'oiniH-k. .Lim!.? Robartaoa AbraaTbewUa UeorceB.
Mil .i-.-. 1 I.i.inna Ar,Irrlev M. Um ir--? Hurry NifT. William
Nu' t Bad Joseph Gamble ef the Narai Ungrade, Damille,
II Judge, eirlliaa, i ..rt Brie."
in n kio TaeedBT,Jaaa S ii-'.'.,
A large and enthusiastic meeting ?ii Krui.ii.s waa beld in
the Opel 11 .1 niialiniainaad atalkliBl
of the iiiiiinto am 11'?? 1.f tha utta al operation?. Thej
mid mm an raining (koa nil perta ol IbeCnloi ?
from California, to ....! the came of Irish independence.
A bon! ?2,000 ?raj ? ibaeribi >\.
The United State* rerenne steamer Fc?s.T.den retnrned
from Barcelona, where iba bad Ken aat bj
General Harry, an.I reporte tin Ki-iuana tlure.
RH.KAsFH DI MAIL.
Hy i-uli :? of the (?"t. nunn : ?it Wwhli eton the 11
ptiaoner? here Lan- been releaa I the mea on
their na n rri ' . 1 in ftSun bail : all to
,i|.jm nr :it Caoaadatg n wh? ii n-11 ned, um rabneriM that
they ?ill net take Bp ann? m Aiik-hibii waters.
" TUI.M.S AU VMII1KISH. '
Than ah- a larirr l.mi'.i.i ni Pintona in town from
abroad, and a prominent member ol the Com eil te?a a
that "things are workiag, 'and n m< tbiag will be done en
long. I)i?taiit tbiiniier u-mg beard ia m^lit, rnnaa has it
tl.ut a battit 1* bathe; fought.
Ilannlion. ?'. W.
Hamiit n C W Tueiday, Juue .'?11 M 1. m.
Two thousand men ure Mm enajena Irai al l*aaj| the lim
? I the D'triit and SL Clair riurs. ajaj these i uni
atrongiy en keti-il. Tha 11 lia aaaannantalieaj g| ti
ni? ut lviititt. thut baang conrfahred the real joint of
Few troop? from the witt Lave bren tent to thia point,
it being cared for hy the ny.l.ir? un.! Volunteer? fruin Mon
tri al. The wen i? ijtnet to day, all the troup? being at the
Mr. Doak?'I ii bri 1!.. ! K'.f ',(riait :. fal hie ?art li
the Lin.ert?ne Kidr-i- ficht.
COL. Bi'AKl 111 Mi.MI?.
It mu Ti.?;, r W., M.iiiii.iy. June 4. I?/.
Co!. Alfred lio'iki-, Mmmanding the 13th Vola
Im? baca ri liar? I from i oamai d, and baa retained to thia
fitj-. It i? undirstoisl that be h.n? off red bia r Baigna ti ia,
hut it h.is nut l?-i n Beta I non, li.?. . l.attlr
of Limestone Ridge is said to ta tin ? auic.
gt'U i tu i isnnTi
/ Tiwi/? of this city I'tihl ?hi-- . ?pi-i ial lelefrran thin
efron Pretacotl.aimoet dircctlj uppoaita ?yd'-ii
btugb, m ?liii!, it la ali >?! t!.,i! bo Fenian taoaonatralioa
l ? ' ? i t ? ?
in.i.ilent stutes tim' i ? i , Bl It arriving b? B1. ? ?-.
>? i, lb .lui.i non, iu iii. ? Ogdi-naburgb, and n
*wit< l,i-d off t.. Maloi.f. The loan "t l'n?r..tt i? j
eiatniniil with Canadian iroop*, riilwateera Bad recnlan "
Tha a. non af the Balad stntr? aatborHtea ii rniT?
when ioii.inei.il.il. tbe rec? bjO? Uttod?
h. big n-n-iTi'il with futur. Allair? in thu region are mh
stan Haily (?met.
VA Bli na MrvBrnw.
Two armed awaaaaa oren..? on their ?*y up ihr St.
I.nwriuti- tiom Uut'lu-e foi Ballia) on tin. l^i'kis, hating
bean dianatahad bj aha Caaadiaa authonti.?.
The Kxecutivr i'otintil are in em ?tant ?enn.n.
Fifty more of th?> Killian prlaonera, eaatarad hy the
Caaaaaaja dnrlag th? ir boti meat on Satunlay, baTe.ba ii
fi'inarilnl fromroti Colhorneto Branlftnd, where the*
ankkdgad ia jm!- Among tin m isa S.-ot? hmnii named
Uand Foundon, who claima to he a Chaplain in one of the
Bwaanal important arre?t? nave h?fen made in thi? v irinity
of Ki-iiinii spies. The Got ? riniieiit Is to be at once aug
ii ititi-il. I.aipe bodies of troops ?li! ha- sent up t'MUglit.
I he .-i:tlii.?i.isiu Hiimiifcr the Canadian* la uul'ouudvd, and
the haUi g of lotaiti i.? n,o-t ,; t. aaa,
TH'iMO. C, W . Tne?d?y, ,Ta?e.'i, 1*615.
Rmiior? of a tnoit alarming character fiom all ijiurter*
pretuilid here ?luring all lail nicht, hut they are uioitly
eiploil.-.| thia morniiig.
At liiMleneb, Sarnia, Collingwood, Windsor, and other
principal ? itie? on the weaU-rn frontier, all was quiet at
n. ? in to day.
FC.NKRAL OP THK tUfAMAB VOLCitTintRJ?.
The ol.aeijuiea of the Cauadiau Volunteer? killed at the
battle of Ridgeway are taking place here today. Ilusi
in? i? entirely Biirpended. Ino city i* drai-td in
TnB FKNIAN PKl>*o.NFR8.
The Fenian priaonen broeght here will prohaMr be
tried hy eoiirt-martiul without uiui h delay. The feeling
agaimt them ii interne.
Waihinoion, Tuenliy, Jane 3, 1?6<1.
A < ?.RISFT 8E?M0X OX THK PKMAN QrBMTInN.
Along and most interesting Cabinet sealion waa held
to-day, at which the Feinanaengroaaexl Ooverninentatten?
tion. There are ?andry ? urreut leakages going to show
that the President and a majority of the Cabinet were
earnestly in favor of energetic m??a*urea to maintain our
neutrality, hut that it WM .li-<ovircd to be an UKlranlinal
to seize by the bon,.-. Mr. Seward is reported as desiring
the President to sign a proclamation ; buta more discreet
Minister thought it would be better not to draw the Fenian
fire just now in that dirtx-timi, ?<? the prupoiition failed.
It was then agreed that the Attorney (ieneral should ierre
initant notice upon all ?H?tai States Distnet-Altorncyi
and Marshals, notifying them to " suppress " any orer
heated Fenian who may be ?iispi-ctod of designs upon Her
lie this statement true or not, immediately after tho ad?
journment of the Cabinet Iiieetiiig the following circular
to the Distrn t-\ttorueyi and .Marshals of the United
Attobsfy i;r*KBArBOrnrr, ?
WaBUBIUBJ. H l'.Jiinrfi, l?i^i. t
Bv directuiB of the Preiident yon are hereby Inatrncted to
oauae the arreat of all prominent, leading or cunptcuou? pcr
s.,11?. caileJ " Fenian*, who you may have probable cause to
| liellere have been or mav Isa guilty of violatiooe of the neu
I tralitv lawi of tb* Uuited State?.
Jamka SiTKn, Attomeji?rn?r?i.
It is further ?datad that the use of the teran '' by dine
lion of the President" tu nof drainm-d by the Kxe?:utive
ita form any part of the delicate circular.
Uead-Cnter Stephen* is an object af ?|>ei-ial intereit
to-nieiit, hince tin- pmuiiiii-'utioii oi th,- Pnalatentinl tsfila
to arrest all leading Fenians. The rumor is general that
Btaphaaa la III hi a?n?wa*l ti Bljaa. wal among gentlemen
iM'ttar ii.toni.eil it is not supposed that bo will hu
molested, inasmuch as he has steadily opposed the Canada
I'ot '.iiKHir't. Tue?day, Jan* 5. IM?.
Tarn more cats loaded aita United analen trtaoaa pa??*?l
up toil.?) on ihe HuJb.iii Uner llailioad, .-ii louie for the
seat of war.
Borton Tu.?d?v Jone 5. lei?;.
A eoapanj of Di Itad Btate* ir....p? from Kastport, Ma ,
I piuweil throtiph here to-day for the Canadian frontier.
bbWOBB ntspAT? h.
I ' -? OB I aad it Jane .'.. le?V.
From WO to 7(Ki Fenian? h it foi tl.e Cunsdian frontier
br th? Northern train to niglrt.
KliUMiiMi T'ueidar. June 5, law*.
Al ameeiir.g of Vaniaaa bat Bight raaolatioaa were
adopted cxpressili? plcn?i.re at the antn ipat?d rlail of
ana, aad plaajpaf tba Brotheraaaad ia Ko hu I t..
?mini, lingi in bil efforts to re?tore ti.uinony and older. A
committee wai appointed to make ariangeinente foi tbc
i reception of Stcpbena.
WnirriTEB. Maia.. TaesUay. June S 1-".
Ano"! ir rompa: y of Keniat:?, "' -ui will leave here
for the frottier in the morning.
Bingi.?], Me. Toen!?v. Jurer, -
A m-- ting of the inend? ol Ireland wa? In Id hero last
evening ?Inch via anita fully Httet.d'?!. Some volun?
teer? t ? the Canadian expedition wer? ob'.'ned, sod ?omi
iiio'.i'j ?,i:?n nU-'l. It is luiderst'Nid thal a dotoahjMt*J
?,11 la ?eut from thi? city and the towt ? !.. the i V inity.
man? ntrn. n. h.
Mi? iii ?ii k N If . Mon.liT. .Tub? r?, IBU?.
4 large indi un-ttingof the Fenian? was h? Id
hi n-t! :? evening, stirring addresses a ere raadi bj lereri]
geatlemem. A battalion will probably be organised al
linee, 11,900 waa tubsenbed ou the -pot.
li li I I? Ttii?d?v, .tune | 1FIW.
There:? gnat excitemeni among the Fenian ton?
Ttn n-w?v? a lurg?-nicei.i.g at Mo/art II ?11 la?t Dight, at
which a ctiinunttee of 3? proiiiiiient cltizau ?ere up
point? .1 to raise fund? for War pm*|
'1 hen wa? a tutt.? ml' i.s Bam BMIllBg in the Coort?
Booie to-iucl.t. The atmoet eathaaiian prevailed. It
ia ljeiin...i that the efforta ao? lung nade vUl result ia
ti.. I ';.!? of the (? Mah"Ly and Ui'lxr;.?-?.weeli'\ wing?.
It li '??.retell that another large delegation will learv
1'r tin .V r:!i t.. u.orrow, m,d that !?t. Louit will furnish
3,0l?J ?nil, ii al!.
WA filio*?!, N. T.
"Waii kr<?WN s. y , i netda.T. June -, i-. l.
'! ' l ' ? i. train ...-1 .nu ,.;, B ' . at tui brille, the
Bru n ? i - I i ' ? ? a bj i eompaay of
l led 8tal i troops a o took, the inn?, ammunition und
neu in charge, le Feaieoi were unloading the mut
win n the broopi arm.-d, intruding lo run then tv roaa the
Man try, baringra ol troops awaiting
them ?it In Kuli'. N< n ?iltai.ee was n
Iii? n. rnlng'i tram ii".i.g aerth bli ob board a eaaa?
I .!?> "i Peiiaii and a di taehmeal orUnited st.iti- Baftv
I DU INXATI.
' recmriTi reaader, ?tavje r>. twat.
A large end enthusiastic Fenian meet ina wai held al
Horan llalla?; night Thru ttoatoid dallara wore nh?
m ribed fal the < anse.
Ii ?us* Mated al Um meeting that 3.(X10 Fenian? left last
night !"i tin. iront.' i.
NIVV-HaU?. I "lill Tll?-n!aT .lill,.-., iel...
There ia gnat Iranian excitement haie? At a mi'ting
to Bight f I.Hh) were tai?, d. al ?1 au hour later a full I oin
mi yleft for m. au.an?, m cteem at 1,110 people al the
depot bed? them "God ?pi-id ' The excitemvat 01 UM
- the early da)? ol the late war. Another
coaapeai .oiim tomorrow.
Oar I hautand I ?Minn? an Ihr .TIan h Irani
? liabunir. Vi., I....111I < aaala,
Hi IiiN-Bi ?OH Tueada?. .lune,', lefifj?11 /.IO p. m.
Gee Ueade received i ditpttcfa thii afternoon stating
that a i. :. nil. of F? ii.ai.s Mtimitoq 1,000 strong, corn?
il ? need a movement from Highgate, Vt . toward Cauada
lo,? fun ni on.
Iligbi'ati ia ?i ?ririu]) et'ttN-nierit a few mile? northwest
"f M. ?ltol al I La? to) :. a Fenian rctid-zvons.
1 ?? Meada direi lad the ? (1;. < r ? to reported the move?
ment to follow and pitvint .. bri at h <>i neutrality if
i" , Meade? information ?bow? the organised Fenian
toroa eel ? frostier te to atoto v.i??'. di Tided between
Highgate, Mai. ne ila I'ot?dam. It ii ?.'?itively known
that the? ?re ?.thoiit artillery.
H alerta?? a, V V.
W.TFBTOW?! N. V Tuetdav Jnat 5, leV6.
Two ri i re car-load? of arm? and aiuiiiunition were
? .I '? y?one ut Watartowi and one it Da Kalb
\ lupar:v i?f I'nitcd Stati? Regular? are now here to
1 prerent the reniais f."ii? ri peatlag tbe leal night ? rani.
A lamber ?'????; ?.1 Pea di pined North m this
af-i rt.oi.ii ? -rain.
lb' re .1". ? not ??cm to to aiiy acce*?ion to tl.r Kel.ian
iori e fioii? tLia vicinit?.
? ??atti?? Oarraltea? ?? ?alardav and -.tttioa?
? esrerraprUg Far! Erle- The li mein Vic?
l?ry ?a ?aianlii liurt ?? Bath ?tidta
Recraaaiatg Ike >i?|?ia Itr.uli of Ihr Kata
lirliii? la Ike Previarc.
from Our Opa u, i BBBBafBagl 11
tout Kihi, C. W. .lane 3?2 p. ro.
My (?i-j'it'll toting infono"1 TQI oftaV ? :.d of the
raid at this r-..iui, 1 have bow 'inn to gin- aovae detail?,
After the itiruiitb at "the Kidge" iLimeitone Ridge),
the Canadian tone engaged lhere fell bick toward Port
< - I1 - rue. At tina time, the column coming up from
Chipp?wa had got within ? mile of Black Creek, and there
re?ted for a abort time. There Inaing no trout? or cavalrv
w.t.'i tin? f?rec, the officer was for some time unaware of
t!.. iif.'!it at the Ridge?, it.d waa indebted to some young
men who were scouring round as mui h to keep their
h"r?! ? out ni the hinds of the Fenian?, as to see the fun)
for the in?t intimation of it.
li'HISi. M.AH FORT ERIB.
After a rut the force went on by the Fort Erie road ami
i an. e to a hilt for the night wi'hin two mile? of the old
fort Mi n-the men lay upiu their arms, with a troop of
cavalry, under major d' Enison, doing patrol duty. Early
to day ihe column moved, and, a? it came near the old
fort, skirmi?b liues were thrown out, and a battery of six
gun? sent to the front. This wi? tho exciting moment.
It va? thought that the Fenian? were cornered, ami that
there wai to be a heavy " bag" of them.
At the time time th? ttOM of cavalry carno, by mother
road, towa-d the village of Erie, and all outlet? for escape
were cloted. Some lew thought th? Feniaut would light
wa? estimated at l.VWunn, with no gun?, and it was
known that they wen? led by a Col O'Neill and a Col.
I Iluiley, both ?aid to be good offiier?; and, from tho way
i lu which the Fenian? were handled the day before, it was
thought they would be well directed.
CLoOIKO Kill NI? THE FOET.
Now th? ?kirmlih line? were close lo the fort, and all
wai expectation. At thit moment, two or three men
?howed themselves on the skirt of ? wood, and a fire wa?
opened upon them. After tweutr or thirty shot?, the
firing waa tiopped, for it was found to tie directed at a few
roving flinn hands who had tho curiosity to come and leek
at the red column of men g"ing along the roud. 1 hear
that one poor fellow was badly wounded.
Tee linea were now uuite i lose to the fort, and a line of
men was axpei ted to ?how itaelf at any moment. Up to
the ?itc of the fort the toiruiithers went, and no enemy
wa? to be seen.
ATTIMPT TO RRfR.088 THE IIVEB.
A few minute? before this the troop of cavalry dashed
into Erie, aud ascertained that 700 of the Feniaii?, that i?
all ?ho wer? fit to move, had, at ti o'clock the night be?
fore, tried to ero?? to the other side of tho river at Lower
Illack Rock, but were brought to by the gunboat Mu In
fan. A large ?cow was used by Cul. O'Neill to get acroia.
u this positiou uow lies the raiding force of Fenians.
In Er," it ??? learned that CM. Bailey lay mortally
wounded in a bona? of tbe village. Heia spoken of by the
pi opl" a? a gentlemanly man, and O'Neill comos in for the
?ami- encomium. Thtiy took nothing by force, but madere
iiuenta for what they ?mied, and area offend guards for
llihide? this wounded man, there were some dozen
other?. All received surgical aid and were well treated.
From one mau, Ix-longing to Company A of the 18th Cin?
cinnati, 1 learned Some detail? of their organization and
atnarta. Um mm was not Bora than to, and waa hit
near the BTV and in two hilliers of the left hand. He ?nul
that the tolai force lainl-d in Canada, was about rkKJ tuen,
aud that they ?ere part? of several regiment?, under th?
i on maud ol' Col. O'Neill, who had (.'ol?. Bailey and Hoy
under him. Mo?t of the force were tlraaead in a good green
jacket, ?jomo of the othcers wore U. ?. uniform?.
HETAII.H OF THF R1DOK H?HT.
From tin? man, who waa la tin Ridge fight, I learned
I the folio? in?r particular?: He ?sid thai Company A waa
out as a pi< ki t inn, ?hen the skirtni?h line of the ootann
from I'oit dilhorne Mun? it und drove it in, ?lowly he
i sim, und hung a? it fell back. Tho Compiaj rtvllicd on
the reel of the Toree, wb'ieh formed a column by division!.
i then atol i" d ? 'Hi I cheer upon 'h'- Can m I ia 11 lime, whieh
broke and I.-I bick in i-oiifu?i??ii. H? ?aid tin) beharvd
' " very poorly." Prom tto other aide I hear that the tone
j " failed to f.riu.' The officer? in oominand evidently
! ?ere ii ti ti t to um t men under lire. 1 he lo?? In thi? liirtit
I of tho Pelinna wai alamt IS killed and woeaded. That ni
I the ('anadiar, force wa? lum killed .uni about a dozen
I wouudi'd. Alter the ti|?l?t the Finan force fell beck and
'. ob- ried t lu? mad tn?ui ( hippew.i, by which it wa? kno? n
I a ?nong eolumu of Rc.-ular? uitb lia guns ?as ad i ann im
The fun ?? eoiinni? up tioin Chippcw.i heil)?: ?I ron| and
good ia qualit? nul it heing l.Lily that tho t dumii m the
din- t on of port Col horne wotrtd igilu advance tbe two
mai. :ng about 9,000 meit ami l? H'.n?, breech-loadina-i,
the '"Hot,, .luting otru < r? ol' thi Fern ina decided to ret rou
tto Nia.'.ir?. and took ?tep? for that purpi'se. A berge
was loaded ?Hh 7iKI men |ail that wre lit io in.ne, and pat
out m?o the ?tream low ed bj Staat. The r-un boat Mi. Li?
ga? ??? on the hlert. and l?oilght the tn? and BOO? t".
?sith a threat to muk them if thej did iel stop lutin?
? ty the raid came toen ei A.
In aoin? d'-grae the raid hal Bet bee! ?m i .-.-til. It
' waa U"t mide in ?ii li fun e BJ t. it.b- the eouimaiidiiig
Baree to (to into the interior bel it caused.?'I inn. put
ito (?i.i eminent ef this Pierlnee to greet ? seeaaa sara the
raiding Steve Otagbl a mu i'-??tiil ?Liriiii?h. If it m? m?ai.t
i to hold Ihe (?jim gainait old Fort Erie?tin- rani ii a lui
ure, for the force had to fall back into the Niagara (crowded
? into a larg* kow, with very little to tut. some of the men
being compelled to resort to fishing to get something to
??at i. On the other hand, if the movement was nia?le a*, a
feint, it has bei n weil ilireited. This feint could, only In?
to draw force from a point meant a? the real placo of
It Is reported that the attack wa a feint, and therefore
a second at'aek may be expat Ina. From a man who strug?
gled I learned that (?wen ?.?mud is one point of attack or
iajidiue, with the object of a mar? h upon the rear of To?
ronto by way of the Northern Railway. Abottt Cornwall
ia anana Doini of attack tby report .'and there anata? r?
From this it would lean that the term.nation of the Fort
Erie raid doe?not end the attack upon Canada.
THK PFRLI?N; l!t THE PROVIS? B?
is one of confidence in their ability to repel any attack?,
ami tliere i? a line force of young men underarm?, bul
under tli.annand of officer* lacking knowledge of prac?
After the defeat of the column from Port CoJbogne.
thom wee a baling of diaeppointaest, for that force bid
BOnMOaf the best cor].a in the provint?, ina taiBg baa
" (?,eon's Own," winch left for the seat of war. so taapaah,
willi 41'? men. and lout som" l"> mci. tn the iMmitD b1
" ita U dee ' i at ihat ?as irhtiog la it?los* o? i onfldenoe.
It was at iiret thaaght that no bwaiaa i oaid tight ?0 min
t. - \> nh the Wide Coni? of Canuda, and law te?t of qual?
ity has dispelled that illusion.
1 tare has been irreat exaggeration of the Fenian f. rea,
it being placed a* high a* 3,'MMJ men, but not numbering
?nara than foo at moat. This for? couidbari !??
i n o??'?!, fur there ?ere plenty of men in Bwffalfl Im! it
u:i- li ciileil l:ot io puah tin-u'lt uk at Fo:l Bl ia, n .servilla1
k1] the other loree og hand lomthor a't.;. ka. '1 In* I toftf
In in ?hat I have gat!.en d. of course lae ib-sigus of the
Fen.ai.s at I :?.I it. ?? crecy, and can only l?- ?vi n when
they ?IcM-iop tbemaelm
The ?inailiies.s of the force sent to Fort Bril shows either
that the Fenian forcea are weak, or that the movuuieut is
not meant a? ni important one.
Now, all the Irish inflncnoa will b< und to g?'t O'Xeill
aud hi? command out of their dilemma.
Irainnitut lal Ike Mriropali..
The headquarters of the Robert? faction fa Broad?
way wera the rallying point of a crowd of excited ?ulan?
interlay, ?bottent thereto obtain the lateat intelligence
from the Canadian raid, and to apr?ntate upon it* probable
success. Ili.je und fear prororti.u.ately prevailed, and it
seemed to be the ultimate determination of the most sober
minded to return home sid await aruta. Purin? the day.
the following t?l?graphie diapatch wa* received from Washing?
' Cabinet Council in session. It I* aniioonced. 'tpon the be?t
antbontv, that Marahal Murray ia ?opercetled: that theseizure
of arm? at Kri?. Penn., is pronooneed illegal and at nmg hour?
arc entertained that l'uitcd .Statis ofilcers and -lolitleri are
not to be employed aa detective? in the carne of lintis . des?
Considerable unibratre ia felt among the Fenian circle? at
the .nunn nt the lim.-ii Statis troop* ii. ?rrrstinir tbo in?
vader* and taking away their arm?, whuh thry do not con
siibr in accordance with law? of Canadian neutrality, aa pre?
served during tie lair Kebeilinu.
Cot, Michael VT. Barna, fareaari* of the Ktcelsor Tirigade
ha* now come forts arti in Banana of lenisnisui. and calla upon
bl* old arm j comrade? to collat in aa organization to be koowa
ii tie hob-ni /.n. -,
A meeting will be held tau evening ia tsrhalf of I rub liberty,
ami Ita fi Boa lag ?peaker? ar* announced to lie pre?ent
Hie lion. Mr. Wt, tiley of \Test Virginia, the lion. Tania
Bergen t.f 1'rookljn, aud .Irnljre Turner of the Supreme < oui t
The eicitcment ?moBg the fenian Brotherhood in all part*
of th* City of Brooklyn for the patt two or three day* Bat? been
very great. It appeared to rraeh it? culminating point verter
day, tor hundrt-tla or in fact thousui.il? of men who bara boen
more or len identified wttb the movement ??eated to eave
iiliaiidened all meaner concerna and turned their alten.ion to
th* osciting topic of the day.
Yesterday afternoon a private metung of nearly ?00 Feniini
wai beta near the City li ill, at which remlutioni declaring
their intention to ?mtain the men at the front were adopted
with irreat unanimity and enthusiasm. There ire 30 circle* lu
the eily, eight of ?l.'icb tield meeting? lost night. AU were
largely attended, and are repr?**nte<l ii earnest and entbu
nail le io brnajf of the cause. A large public meeting of the
Keuiani waa h.-ai iu?t night at Tammany Hall in York-*!,, at
which addreise* were made hy II V. ?iallagher. Thorne*
Gregory and other*. Tbo ?pelketa urged their hearers to
ru?h to the aid of the men at the fmut and a good many el
pressed their intention of doing so. It is understood, and in?
deed made no ?ecret of among th* member? of the fraternity,
that UM men, weil provided for. will leave Brooklyn to-day, to
be ?peedlly followed by 1.000 more.
Fenian movement? were very active m the Eastern District
vraterday. The Einmet Circle meeting in atasonic Hal',
??r.iuil st . recruited a company of 40 young me*, wbo will
loave for tie Canadian frontier to-day. under CapL l'atrlek
?'??Hin?. The ti rattan Circle, Dr. Mnrphv. Center, also re
cruurd lu vnung men. who will leave to'lay under Cipt.
(Jeorge K Sni.ouds. l.iat night a meeting of the Grattan
Circle was held at Timi-cunce Hall, corner of Grand and
Bavefth tia Dr. Msipby ocenpitd the chair, aad llr. Hueb |
Shelley acted a* Sccrrtary. After aomr remark? hy the
''enter Mr. Johu Gallagher delivered a very itirriBg ulilre??. '
IB the coarse ot wblcb be ?aid that the American* bad many I
wrong* to avenir* ; th* honor of a great conn: ry wa? Intrutied I
to theo, ?ml ihey never betrayed their Braal He abo referred
to Mr. Clark'? rvaolation la Congre**, which drew oat than
?Ii r? of applause. Mr. Ualla?hrr waa followed by William
Brown, e*?)., lae of the Irish Kepnll.e Clrrlr, aa 1) Mahony
inatltiltlon. Illa apcraraute ou the ililli irm Wa? hailed with
repeated cherra, li* ?aid he ?cave in hi* aUheiion to the
pir.i.i.t univrmrnt after matare delib?ratele. Other ?peaker*
followed, bond* to a considerable ?mount were ?old, and tke
etitheilaatic audience <ii?peried to assemble ?train at the mail
meeting at Waabiugton Hall on Friday eveniug.
Preparalieae f?r fWar?Tfce < aafli. 1 Betweea
?usina aad l'r?ni? S>pri-al?li?ni ?? the
Object aad l**we *f the l??Aici Bi.mirk
??a the Liberal Parly?The ?rawo Frlace
?f I'iiiiii? tlaTraraii e>r the King?The
Aiteaapted Aaaaaaiaatiaa al Biaaaark.
Coneapondence of Th? N. Y. Tribune.
Iii ri in. May It). 1866.
In the Prussian capital, all?both natives and foreigner*
?we "Know Nothings;' we are literally and truly iii a
state of complete mental darkness aa regards the one great
question that is agitating all minds?peace or war ? Few
really beliero that we shall have war; and rot we all fear
that wc may have it. Preparations on the largest scale are
being made; long trains of recruits pass daily through the
streets ; horsw are being purchased; tailors, shoemakers,
and the whole tribe of makers are busily at work, orders
have been given for troops to inarch to the Saxon and
Silesia? frontiers; we are in hourly expectation of having
soldiers billeted on us; and yet everybody aka?Why ?
The King says he does not want war; that he ia doing his
best to avert it; that be hopes peace will be maintained;
ami yet bis land is being compelled to arm to the teeth.
The best of it is, too, that nobody ??an furnish a rational
explanation why these preparations are being made. 1
Austria said, " 1 am not doiug anything aud don't intend
to do anything; ' Prussia replied, '' You are anning, and,
thirefore, I abell arm;'' Italy said to Austria, " You are
going to attack me, so I shall make ready, ' Austria said
thin to Prussia "I am not arming against you, but am
getting ready to defend mvself against the Italians, wbo
arc going to attack me; '"Prussia answers, " Italy deni.'s
it, so I snail not disarm, Austria adds, " I shall not dis
nn 1 unites* you do. ' Then saya Austria, 'I shall appeal
to the Diet at Frankfort; ' towhich Pruaaia replies, ?? You
havo no right to do to, for thia Schleswig-Holstein affair
ia an affair between ourselves, with which others have
nothing to ia." And aa the dialogue goes ou, I shall ouly
bo giving the common notion of the whole affair if I put
it iu the following way: Austria and Pruasia aro two Dig
nova who have walked off with a piece of another boy a
cake; on the way home they begin to quarrel, for Master
P. wanta the whole and Master A. won t give it to lum,
unless paul ?eil for it; so thev commence looking out for
u ays and means o ./?> ?if ' acn other, and at last square
hats. P. says to A., " What do you mean by squaring at
me 1" Says A., " wat) ?aid I waa stimmig at you ? you
are pulling off your coat togo at me''' Answers P., "You
began first ;''prote-t? A., '"So I didut, but 111 not |
siiu.ire any louger if you "li begin to put on your coat.' j
Meanwhile P. has been winking to a straddling ImliMe
de-hoy fellow, eulled Muster Itali, to walk 111!.? A. at the .
rita, which, as he earea A. an old grudge, Italy is very glad
todo. A., noticmif thie move, tunis .uni shows hil teeth
at Itsly, and at the same time says to P: ' yon see I am
not siiuaring at yon any longer; lam only squaring at
this fellow linly -su tim ought to put your ooat on again. '
"That? all very tine,' says P.; " Italy doe? not moan to
?h, i-.nvthing to you?do yon. old fellow?'' "Certainly
not,' ?ay* ltalv ; " I ?nid no idea whatsocv. r ol'doing A.
I the least mischief; hu has begun it himself." Ami til?re
tiley stand, aejing to each other, ni spirit- "You area
liar." " No. I am not ; you ure.'' " I tell vou you are the
har.- "Now. if yon don't stop I shall bft." "Hitthcu
1 ii lou d.ire. '."say //,?/ again, and I shall.'' "Here
I noes 'that;' there, you see I have said it again. '
I am sorry lo write of so important a matter in io irrev
l eretit a spirit; but then, what can "ne do7 With such a
state ol' things, I assure you I feel no inclination to com?
mit myself la sennits political prophecies.
Some people here maintain that the n hole afl'.iir ii got ;
an between Austria and Pruaaia foi the foin wing purpose. ,
wnaa Ita anxiett? ? mu? f. .tr? of ita ;? opie ure exaltad t?
Ita mu um Aa -ma ?iii mawaatur riald St ala wig
Holstein to Pruasia; Piuaaia ?ill gjmagllllf J'c.d roui? .
??nuiraient to Anuna: and, amid the general rejoicing;
that wai is ?ti rteil, ?iennany and Europe will overlook
the odium wbicb might oth?r? ita I.?- * en in the Uaaaae
Utiu, uml ?ill linn tit b't ilimgs tuki tbeir c.n;r?i\ TLi-,
bowoter, ?eeuis ?o me au titt.-rfv incredible supposition.
Some think Austria ha* no serums iutentiou of really
going to war, but wanta a good opportunit? of eitbir
li. i-iiOiiug bankrupt in tue "ciisii'' or ol' ?onUscatlug the !
estates and other projM-ity of the RotnilB Chi red, wl.n |
are rcpotteil to !" ti mm,, n-.- raine. If tin? bitter result
were M loa Oma lae prr??-nt dist?rbame, the rHatnrhanoa
might !"? deaerlbed as an inania bleaaiag. Bach u eoa
bacation would be Hie aswaraal I a intln t. i en the
K011.1-I1 Church m Aartrla Ita! ia aleo ia Burette??for
many gem minni? . fur, without landed property and we?ltL
Kouiaunui 1? like Samson thorn of hu lo'cki. 1 hone
Kai?cr Franr Jo?cph will Le a resolute Delilah, aid will
use a good pair of ?clsiors for his work.
In my opinion, the only real danger of war i? in Italy?
I fear, tixi that bismark has beeu playing with tiie
Ital ans for Li? owu purpo?e?, and that If Austria ?lu nidi
at the last moment turn round and ?ay " take Schleswig?
l'llolatcin,' Prnaaia w-,11 leave Italy in theluTvrt: and M
i Italy is unquestionably no toatx-h for Austria, ibe will
? either be crushed or have to purchase the aid of Fui.' i I y
t the sacrifice either of ?iaidiniu or "f Piedmont and I li utv
I Jlearjirhile Smony ii playing a very silly game. Kind?
t ?t etta reel has a w-ry apprejoriata pit ture in a ra? nt mun?
ber. Saxony is repreieiited as ? frog blowing ithtlt out,
| ami Bismark ttanil? hy and ?ay?, " My little fellow, yee I
! Lur?t if you goon much longer at ti at rate, ' TI.? ?Sixoaj
people are lery dtamttirjed, a? well iheyuiaybc. I?ipu?
1 '.ilion? have been ?cut from varioii? placet le the King te
irge M him to diturm; but tlie depuiatious wrre uni ??I?
1 mittcd to the roi al proem e. Aib-r all, a hot ami unpru?
i dent ?tump oration now ajid then i? b?-tt< r thai. ?u< Is
treHtm'i't. |f Au?trii and Pnaaiaoome toblowi rVasoay
I ?ill pav deirany way. lithe fi inner heit, the Creels aa?l
I other soldiers of the like gmtle chimcier willijuarii i
tnem?elves in the land, and old people to Cerium.? ?bo
: remember the reel IM-l. sa" they would rather ?*?* the
; Ku.??ian? thau Ih'te Austrian?. Bit it 1'ruaaia bee ti,
'?axony having joined tLc enemy, SaAony ?ill Le ?. m ply?
annexed?end m r o !.- r righi ! " I: would to no bad day s
1 work either for the Nixon? or the PruMi.ma.
Rirnor? are floating aifiut that Hi?muk ia trying to git
\ up a Lib? ral Mmi?try, or, it all ?Tenta, a Minis'ry i mi
-- inanity of nn'-n of the Liberal oat ty. Thai be if
? ?pable ol doing ?util a thiug I fully U |M1 ' ? IL- ia ..' I I
j man to stick at anjtaing, Themen iun>..,?i?icuc} vouM
Dot deter bim a moment, if he though) be could i i
j it. ile has atoeedy atteavrted mun? of tin- Coaaer?
j vntivr'j.arti tioi.l Inn.-'-.I. Iii lad, li? l? no1 lu .-'?'1'.?!?? t
Li friendo) foe; bil banu is against irvn man, ano ?"mi
i-u-ry iu.iU a hand ?ni be again?! bun. (?ne thing ale > ?
min at lircseiit, thal he i? u.a-lrr I al i'i li I a?lnnl ol ill
lord. Virchow and Bvesti a have beru h., i.tinned a? nu it
whom he w?hes to sect.re; but it may be merely a ni.nor,
a " duck." a? the (?ern au? ?all it.
The Crown I'm.c- i? said to take no iutere?t whatever
in the mobilization of the atuiy, ?ave ?o far a? hi? poriim?
? . - eompcl him to do so. Ile livra in a ver> niirvil
?ny, and ir report? 11.? I? eigMged ni wriing a klltar "f
the Electaral I'nr.ce? (,f Hr.md ?itnug. It t? ?aid tlnit
?I.- Kiag wiU ?t.oril) co te the hevdnmrten of the eimy,
and iiitriist the care? ol Government to iii- Crown I'mice.
who ?ill then ehooae a Liberal Ministry. Hu! who know? I
An otljcial denial IIS been gim "t tin- run ors ot lv?maila
making e?orts to fonn a Liberal (joverii:iie:.i?_//i>/>? ?Ai,4
Oin may Jil,lift (hut thi i. wai teflii '? ?tit t/< it.
A day or two ago a telegram rame to Um King while he
was in Potsdam from Vienna. When he hail halt nail
it be i rushed the paper in hit hat in ? rug.-, aud ?aid to toe
r irions who were ?itb him, ?? I don t wai t to go to war j
it they an- determined to force nie into it.' So gi?-? the
story. 'He is also n-porti d to hare exprcaaad a hope thal
he would be able to nile au army ot ?m.oHii men. ( Inlet!
have 11 en actually :s?ued to the inhabitants of Wittenbetg,
? small fortress oil the Eibe?the place w te re Lutlu-t ?neil,
taught, and burntd the celi-hratjed Bub?to pruiis.o,', iln-u?!
hoi,* s for at lea?! ti.n-r monthe. Wiiti-uherg ia the brae
fonitied place an eneuiy marching from Saxonv wo. hi
Your readers have all by tins time h. ard of the attempt
t" assassinate Bismark. ' The first 1 tons] of n wa? m
Wetalaba 11 ti lo l'russian Enriar?, where the ?cene of
(ioethe's "Dio Leiden de? jungen Wer there " i? laid, ?
place not far from Ciie??.-n, of ?lune l.'inv. rsily the i i b -
orated chemist Liebig wat formerly the < bief ornum? nt.
A min carne into the hotel where I 'wai utting and uuitii
excitedly tild "Itltmirk has beeu ?hot at, but (and oue
could sm? that iho but waa not to Ma mindi n.,t I '. '
Tin-re would not have beeu much wailing among (ii .
: many t peoples if he had been ?hot dead, that i? eerteia.
At the same'.?me all sensible and right-iutaded aaaaaaa]
I l?sapprore ottun mode of getting over political di tin ml
ties. Bismark has had a marvi-lou? escape, f?hn.l. the
mau who attempted the assassination, ?a? a very gi ? if
I raarktman, and fired five rvrolvm-ahots at him. At tim
last two shots the pistol wa.? pressed on the Count s bress!,
md but for there being no room lor the air lo snape
would inevitably hare been fatal. B.sm ,rli evinced great,
. i.?ine?? and r?solution. lie must situ-iy he preserved foi
, some great aud good end.
SfVlaaaaa Qaaraattae- Fatr la Bnlliaaarr.
1 ALllM'iKt 1 n.'-.l.i-, IliUi- 5. -'<
Arrived, brig Sarah Pit. r? fium ?**'rrl?I: brig Wanw
dale, from Slayagi.cz, 1'. R., -tJth ult., with sugar und m?\
dipt. M. reports that an order ha? tuen i-sued pla? lag ?j
uiiaruntiuc of lii'tcen days on til vessel? irriving from tim
Unit. <! Stat.-?.
Arrived, brig Minnehaha, Port Spain, Trinidad, uiula?
1 he Union Orphan Asylum lately pureli laei th" Hyatt
Mansion for the leenotil of oridiau cnildn-u of Mai) ?ami
soldier!. The As?i?riatiiin held a festival nt the grounds
thi? evening, ittendcd by an immense galheriug.
The Ville de Pane, from Brett on Satrtrday Jotb rat
May, at 4 p. m., arrived off Sandy Hook at an early hour
yesterday (Tuesday morning, where ?he wal detained
?even hour? by fog. Her actual running timu wa? niuo
day? and ?ii hours.
BolTOK, Tiieiday Jane 5. let?*.
The British steamer Delaware, from Liverpool May vii,
via (JneeiistoM i ?*>, urn i ed today with 400 passenger?.
Halifax, Tuesdty, June 5,18?*-3 p. m.
The itciQier signaled turns out not to be the Afma. bal
sfrm-pslup 1'he ??gn.'il for i mail steamer was put rp,
and the Cunarla notified that it wat the Africa.
There are no signs of the Africa as yet.
A ?tatemen!, of the number of iiuniigrant rtaawngent
that arrived at Cattle Garden, fruin the 30th of May to the Mb
of Jaul ?ef-S the uamrt of the ship? that brought them ami
the rttpectire port? of their embarkation, ai followa :
May 30? Anot. from Amiterdam. IT
30?Virginia, from Liverpool. ttO
31? Freihandel from Bremen. 333
31?City of Cork, from Liverpool. M4
Juui 1?Undine, from Hamburg. 301
l-E. W. Bletion. fruin Liverpool. 44
9?Filomena, from (ienoa. vit
i?Charlotte, from Bremen.. 46*>
2?Heimoea, from llrenMi. 317
4?Teutoni? from Hamburg. 799
4?Hermann, from Bremen. . 7M
4?Marathon, from Liverpool. 438
4?t';ly of London, from Liverpool . 791
4?Borea?, from Htmbare. IS
(V?Harreet Queen, from Liverpool. 7h.
3?United Kined"T, from Olaacow . 477
.'??Senator I ken. from Bremen. 4M)
3?Rrrroai, from Bremen . 377
The lo'lowing ttateiuent ?howi the teveral European porte
of embarkation of emigrant pttuenKert dminif the monta of
May. 1 slti. and the aauiber tmbarked from tech port, with a
grand total of arrivait:
Llverteool. ?,9W; Atrsterdirr.. ?7
Ieoadol. 1.6IC \ntwerc. 440
lilugow. 859 Londondcrry- 371
Havre. 939j Rotterdam. ifW
Hamburg. . 4.6V0, London and Havre 1,115
Bremen. 7,019' -
Asm*al Communication or tub Grand Lonoi og
Fkkeiusons.?The Grind Lodge of the State of New York
commenced ita lanoal communication yeiterdty litenooe, it
Irving Hill, M. W. O. M. Holmet preiidiig. After tag
coitomary ceremoile?, thi M. W. Onad Maater dilivered ia
addrett, in which be dwelt euoo the interior workie? of
th? action of itt member? during the itteeot war. and the
chancea which had takes place daring the rear. Ia th? coora?
of hit remark?, tht ?peaker laid i
Some month? ?go I received a letter from a friend in wkirb
it waa ?rated that an original Matonlc tetter, written In 1719.
hv our IlilttriOM Brother, Georg a Wathin|toa. aid a lack al
hil hair were in the pottet?ion of ? lad? who retided in tate
State. I mbie.pientlv went to the reetttvnee of Geo. Ward, a?
Bing Siug, where I hw thete very interesting relic*. Tve
brethren from the Grett-Ettt of Ntntea bad writUB ? vary
flattering letter to Wathionton. and pretested to bim a nighty
ornamented aub and Matonio aprua. Waabiogton raplaed
from hi? headitaarttr? at Newburgh, aa follows.
' .-tat? OB Nlw-lOBB. Auf nat 10. ?el).
"(?BBTLBIIB' Ti... Maaoiui- iirnaai?ai?wl.li i) ?C'-umpai,.?d ?uni
b rotl.e: iy ?.1.1 re?? of th? .'JJ cf '?jiuarr U?t, Ihontb *l?(ant lu tiru?
??Ive?, were rendered uiutw ?aioahla? bj the SalMM-iat ??r.iiiii?i.U ?...'
alfe.-iloiiau u. .niier in which th?y w?r? pr???iit?d. If ni? ?tnl??ioai
to a?erl the e?)l with wai. h ??? caiunuy waa ?>r??UB?d hy ? da?
iborale plan or irrina? ?hinilw ?je cr.'tmed with th? ?u.rea? than it
wi?li?d Iii? crane I. due to ti?? Urano Ar.-h(l?rt of lb? Univera* ?H
did noi'*ee St to auSer hi?aup?r?ltuctarn?fjii?tic? to b? ?it ..ted ta
tbe ?u.riiii.'n -I trie prince? of thi? w?i d. or to ib? row of ? i crrwixi
otXiT power upo? ?arth. for your ?S-e'l?n?l? ??wi i-'?.?I m? u
b? iraiel.il ?nd oS?r uit for true brotbwl? iii all part? of Hw wofha,
?rid lo ???ure you of th? ?ii.c?nty with ainob I am,
??Tour?, "Obo. TVAiaitwTeua.
w Mtaar?. tvatttl ?nd Cation!. Eaal of Naataw."
The acron referred to la now at Alexandria. Va., in [''?te?
lion of Waihinirton Lodge, No. ?S. and it kepi In the i?oi
which contained the Lafayette apron, the latter being ?a f??a?
aeaalon of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
Au adjournineat waa hal until to-day.
A mest of A Bciolar.?John Norton was yeuter
di y arreated by Officer Kearney of the Thirteenth Predict, eu
the complaint of James Com&erford, of No. ?7 Broorae-et,
The complainant occupied the huemeat of tht above prtnatee,
uad on the night of Dec. 9?, IS63, It wit entered throncka
: ear window aud clothing to the amount of S?7 atoleii. Mt.
Comttirford saw the thu-l and folly nxjogtined bim ?? Norton,
hu! before he could reach him the raacat ?n. reeded te maktnf
Ina eicapa, auU wa? n?i ???a aiaaavted ina e?4 jaunu uaUl ???
terdav whee he tw arra?te?t. Me la a?red l8 year?, a iiate?,?
of Irtlaad. aid reaidts al No. loo CliiUm at. ?Taitic? Meet
field committed hua for Ulai lu defaaii iii li.?o? bail.
Gbxehai. stnod op thb Rkpoemib Dptoh carica.
-Tie (,?*eral Syaod of tl.U religiout dtaominatn-a meeta
ui.Uiinthe Rev. Dr. Stryktr't church. Thirty fmirtt it.?
ueai ?fIgkto ira The SynoJ will be in aeaatoti ?igkt U?y?.
The On. City Kirk.?TA<- Oil rug Mon,t,.r f itr*
?ive? a hat ol the lotie? by the rerent ?re, and of tia Bam?
Beete which foot? np: Lo-??-?. ?'$?> "*> l"?araBcea li .una?.
The Hat le tar frota beiag cwatplete. ba?mg bee? at*?l? lanae?
litten after tie am.