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THE WEEKLY UN.
SATUBDAT MORMNO, SktX, 1M9.
Mr. IaUs ! Black.
Mr. Docoia ha prepared reply to Attor
ney General Ulack'i review of tin article In
Jlmrpcr'i Maga Om of th Wellington
corrwpotKVnU who hi been ftrorrd with
proof ebeet, Myl that It U I trlumprmni ana
crushing argument. Mr. Dopola derVrde blm
gbaeTsinsttbeellsgstloci tbat be he dispar
AfSTlb Supreme O rf L',,i,', St1'
ni h0lin, od Wm for THto
ri,tb attribute of bilu oTotwIgntj'. II
thowt ht b d cl,lln 'of lbMn, nd Tpt
that tb ropl of th TentforhM hv all th
right nl Immonltle of rf-KOTrrnintnt, In
rcMCt to tbelf Internal Blr, subject to the
Constitution of tb United States.
Mr. DowilA dwell t length on th mo
tive of tb ttck upon blm, and nki why b
ehonld be singled oot from all naoxsl in cor nec-
lion with th PmloVrer is ooe against whom a
My Wat fri. nd. know thai I bar, I""7
n-r.. nka-TV refused h have en. thing " a" W,UJ
rirSrTtK taT-W.t. H tb Cberie-tnn
rSJwiaril liarM.Ji tbty snow that
Err.UI J 1 reft t a e ai to th. rVteU ft the n.l
Sxa "w.t tie chance ef a retires i. to Wn
I. V. , .7 .-.....--..m. al nnvtari, tiM.re. Tlirt
knowtl a 1 1l take no at i to obtain ta Charles.
.rnWation, t I -tj '"; no, .bc. "'
II J-) tt b h )ra.lv auuJ Hi eoidi
tlors 00 wblb b baJ trmlltt.l h a fflendi. to
cm lis nam, and b rtt bi drctaf t'loa that
.t I ka xb.Avt k riAminattnh frum IliA
CbrltMI OBTfBt.T, If tb Conrentloo lhail
btorolat IntotcrifdiT inpanyucn new
liraM a tb ravhal of th AMcn RlT-trd,
or CorRreii.al elav cn fo' ' he Tem'oriea,
or th dccttln that tbe CoM'ltotlon cf th
rnltad State either etaMib. or r.rofclblt
'SUverr In tb Terribiriee UjonJ the power cf
tb people Wpallv to rootrtJ It aa oilier proporty,
rxnppeeilri.ee at OM llravrn. '
From popert fuood in poeeliin of " Oen." .
Saomt, at Ilarjer'a Ferry, It ia ijuit plain that
(J movement wa well known among certain j
partle at tbe Xorth and Weat for month be
fur tbaontbieak took place, but who thee par
tie are it may perbaji b ImnoeiibU to aeoer
tain, aa tb name attached to lb letter, it U
BoatUUlr, are fictltlona. With J. Hkvri, of
CbaabenburKh, l't., Uitow.v apiwara to have
badaa vtcnIve correeporu. enoo. fo bin bo
ipeall freely of lb arrival of freight," lilt
proapecta In aecuring rneu fur the work, and Ida
luctttaLcceUvcling fundi Our friend "UtAr,"
be rtatee, uhecribed 1(0, and "J. R. G."
tool itock to tbe amount of (300 J and a " .11
tlngnlibed gentleman from New IIimwh!r.'' la
tpoleaofaaanxlouato Invest, "K. II 8.," of
Corcord, undj twocheika in aid of the cane
on for iii and th other for ."0. Th lettert
aramany of them vague aod ui.lntellllbtr, ex
eejit to those who understand the nature and e
t cut if the movement. rrha.a th trlat will
Uacloa what now appean ahroudwl in m.i itery.
In th pocket of Kaoj waa found a tablet, on
which vra a memoraudum, alluding to the
ending off of men, ami thu guerilla vporattona
at Brownitillei and it i hinted thai that mmo
raent and tbe one at lUrjer'i Ferry, may liar
had tome coBDectto".
A large bundle of letters, addroiactl to Cilia.
V. Tnm, enoftheileid flUhuatera, wai found
in i tmnkatlJ nuae of Captain Cooa'a moth
t Wliv, Among tnera were several from hi
mo' her, who, ttapieara, tbes with aaecond hua
iiind, at or near aprin dale, Iowa, breathing th
most tender and affectionate spirit, and praying
Heaven to bleu and protect her "dear child,
Ciiajuxs," through all th danger which b
vru about to pam, and begging biiu If be escaped
unbanned to return at one to bt bom. All th
letters are written In I he-Quaker ttvle of "thee
tog and tboulng," anjVre iervade.l with a
deeply rollgioqjioq. , Aliappro a aud anenurag
tb enterpriMrin whliti he U engaged aa a holy
cauee7Smkbort Mm to bad a life of piety,
allaoy of the letter are in a feminine hand. On
algned "Kmlen'Tery prettily written, and da
ted "sih month, 11th, 185!)," contain this ten
tenoe: "Pies nobly on, for by your Instrumen
tality millions may bare th pleasure of alngtog
the song if liberty."
The Kew Orleans i'Kxiunr, of Oct. 22, give
tb following account of a daeperafeHlght w hlch
)orarJytwyn.Jij.lg Tttfia, j y, u,
IsywisyalteltrecU uf larks file J .
J'JIfr'aWnJBsf nuVi.ln., after the aJJ uriunrnt of
tbBPlaslc(3iU)t, Judae K. Nnsvn cviuia came
djownbito tbe court binue yard. W It IdrwiakCq,
waa atet-dlpg a few tca frfim the imthouMi, u
euieUg wttb O. N Uieaa. ka . etLeu Judn. Ulllom
tepped cloerly up to Mm. RluiilHaufc usly taking a
bra out of Ms si Je jocket, aiid adlreMtug Mr, U,
thus I "Mr. Laviia, here la alnlLf wnttiu by yu tn
toecaae of F U. H.TTaHiistii and Ktmaao ttHiru
agalnat tbe Kattaa llaoiiitsa, In which you have ua d
wayaonaireacd loauung laiuniageooioeiumg iuu.
pereouaiiyaiidKltbintprovicaiioa. Nor, I deairtto
knnwif you have aky euol'trirs to offer me for doing
of" After a leiy fj wonla, In wUtb Mr. L.
gave tfi aatlarartory irfdy, the JuVwase linn a tre
laerdoue slap In the Im vHU aUSjva band. A lit
t'eeoMnt rusied,but in)lugslruuottai.t ws doua
by ill er v;rtjl Wo.VUk.ley iiiiuvilni. Htu lust ,
Mrnl.oa aaoT'lAti. eon or W, U. Lea is, and
jimiT. njV Lepbe a , rode IlIo toe o at an ear.
Jyl(,ur. 'fu7ie1ae .a t'emnJe lu, miiuw
olstr'y dhtikdthaiiliJictottni'irvUt It numa
vnn.f. d about the etnete tlttliea, y-mg man,
tth nun I ere uf Ibe far at Alexin iru, w,.nd
iakeaoattakon,lu'giiCri.ioii. Af-art .alm u.
m.utof tbe Court. Judge Ct'tuus, arnie,!, ttveiod
tbe atrcrta of Maikavlle for ai uia two bouia, nuiv or
tali a witt in aiane 6u fmtof tiii'g'Mleiueuby whom
be sxpectbd to be at-cktd. At a lets h ir thuy sent
Lim a n eahage to n et tru on tl'c onn ht'eit. He
.lealrcd to a now wlietl rs. ls aonid ooiie ariu d
T without vea(aia. lefyyed time for tuvir
answer. QuJLftqututy 4jui of tnem approached
aadytpnaiaM,e.paos wUeTi the Ju le waa elu
'etuijE, auirtQ"eled teuilo mot a fuer yerla ui th
treU, as bi'waa sble'ded by two horse. Tne
boiata wei sua ly taken aey by aonie onn, whan
young Liu is fired upon tl.s Jud,e, v.ho returned the
ehot, andabrak oortitt waa kept upf ir annetime
bcterrn the ten, nutil Mr, l.twia hat ttnd lis
etvei tb abot. At thla momet.t, Judue Cvuia'e pia
tol twing exhausted, some ous gave htm a we'auig.
etlck. wnlch unrved to ooutain a Biuati eun. an 1 w.ta
tbiatlie Judge find a allot wttolit'Sk effect tn the
body (4 Mr, l.vwie, wen tbe oouUst ended A'l
tauttea veie arrested. Tb Jujca waa d sctiarge,!,
and blaopnoiai'U wcia be'd ti bal', on a cha ge of
arsault with Int. at toklU, In tbe auiu of MXI.
. . j. .. . . - .
icirrasrtuearj ur-p. a. j...i,r,,
On Mol.day morning tflaet aeok, it will' b. pUav(, u, Boigire, Is each aa AuierUan citli.u- are
tasurwiDered, an aiteualie rubta-ry it gufj aor('wr -enUOitl to, by virtue 4 t't treaty 1 tweeu the Unit
watches waa nmiuttwi at tbaeierlsaeore fifMr, . d Vesica and Mrxlon, but Isuollntenilitd to cover
Potua,uiXurahktna,Tajr'aVit Caiaada Cv -taaraniveylrgiieratl.iofCaptaln4Tiaandpry,
eagawabangsuwy-atsrvuiak Vt tly iTaira (In Hiuvj Jbsy were lu the employment i fa Mexloan, wno had
lay ntofuajglaai,attagrpLieirliiiaicii was nJsavtd made a cot.traii altli ex-Pnsllunt Uoainarosr.
aa - ayjQTMBt.irum t , aiayor w iiasyi le.wnreq g.' rd- Bonora reaoU lo iiiterfeirnoe of tha Fed.ral gov-
awfmryIMle''fclf ao.'"'! ioujuu jl- mm u.t.wtli the lands of that Btatsi and beuj lus
gwtcdtbs JotmtiloVj tbaftCihtailaai Jasw iuf, gy I .,, MP ty gu,,,, f ti,, survey.
liy ua of fb ttlsees l.J Mttt.i.eM uu fllt lnitwI sub II atnet Atbirney, at New Or.
tb pt uf.oaaj obssu o aiuuterUie-bet by ,i,o. M ., t, i1M y d f a rtearuaMp Polladel,.l,U, aud
iLgUuv Ilaivbfw.,vr'riued rnieedaauit totIT ct her fur'spure to tbe grnoral
tn trs rolrbwjy. TK-tr, M'lWVjW i . ?' '""" " "' " ' ,l"" f the neutrality lais
KowimS! attd J'-fA"'N'; -'l "" ' Th.0.sKre...or.l ,n.t In the ell Distl't of
all In foioBte. ut BaftudO, drtakuig. lu tlie War'atd l. a.f,..l,i,.lu t,.i.....-.i u .. n...u
avesdea. Aeaas udr Tauu.a . staiKi ior
Oakvbie. sUfoaa'' 'tiiath inWxlcaUi.1. Cca
ma bdli'as peawMlun r'gbt of tbs sto'en
sslnlwa iiiaiaelf tjasUts ana rheics, sad a so
waaNawirpwaawwj- .a . ......,. i.,- ,.
HjM.ay' i ssia Jiay - if-f o. w. ,.u..w, -CaaaTntTtnacad
allb. a doubls-bairel el 1'1M,
r-atitaa aligs. TKethitr bs tneu first oonoalved
sWHidJTn oTTnuideruig bl oumpeulonfor
tbajfun.iypl Wili g lbs plunder to Umaelf it ta
noaaaablalti Sly.. Hut WO" a Sppear lust vue ac.
vifliaaisiiad. fir It ls.t.ltd that Ansae wa
tjseaasa .a.u. CiauiiKt, " I wouKr If this pbtto!
aa 4baebaiged at rov bead aa it ia now l.d.l
a arbeabax-llawetiid kill me." til aeiaa was laying
,atojUysS4.aiit,tua aiugienteruig the right
, elde H, bla feoa nt about the reg'utt cf tuo
te,4k, M1U.HIW iij4 uiuw the tye. Aotat
And uc that be bad n kUal the man, am'.
iteming alarmed for Ua priji aafetr.Umo-
dlfctely t" to b'a beals, wunnut attempting to get
llif tbs proia-rty, CXaa.as, altLaigb so
.ertoualy injured and PUTbiir.g t lu tlit lo-l u gluixl
'managed to crawl to am baUutmn lu the locality,
eueglas m'oimati.iu i4 wuat had banxuad. Its
ijulioa wets apprlatd s lbs matkr, aud a dispatch
iwasseM to Tcrouto givuig a deacrtpUun uf Aiiaas
AjAeaa aud Baorr were both earn afterwai Is ar.
vxitrd Anaas reel tisme Is now eetd to be WiLi.ua
wvunr, and tbat bs Is deserter from Die I', u.
sjimy.- jisU about xlyeart of age.
TuMubtB tb family of Mr- JohdII. Sou-f,
. ten cat t f normon lit. H weigh thirty..
om w.urila, and tnjurt tblrty-seven lothe
froatttaUpof thnoto th end of the. tali,
JUW tWWJt algVt lacb4 Around, tb gUtll.
Arrival af Ik. Nfl Jaessj.
Two Day Later Intelligence,
ryjr jlmkbicas mixistxk at runts.
Ill Caartraa Brrrplloa.
The Treaty to be Ratified.
. Jvhtu, A'. r TutLiy Oef. 24 Th
tamriii Jaa"n rnn Oaloa? on herenln
MuiKtaj, the 17th Urtotmr, arilmt at tma j.rt at II
n'chfk laat f'gl't, and IW at 11 o'clock tala morn.
Th gn-atr intKm th ilpatch received, la
aotlr'pai'd ty tlie arrival of the Perala.
Tl fi'llotn l tli very latea ntwe farwanled by
tur IJrrn4 arent to Ualvay on tb afternoun uf
The China mvlt kad'rnarfced F.Dpr'and , and th d.
Uivf tbei.ewe eute that th American Miniater
h1 Un courtoielj reueivrd at Frklo, and eitrd
! I ab e to mad home tie rati nod treaty by th
Toe lateet veralrrna are to tbe eflVt that the Great
FjuJrrn wirn'd Mil fur America about the 24th at
tin the Taria Itotime the fundi had advanced, U.e
riM clcvlna at 6!-f. HOo.
It denWdtbat Fratio aeeka any Indemnity
fnen Sardinia tie lb evpnnaee of the war, awl toe
il.till la acn lnlt l,er the etatnnient tbatahe
n.errly a.la for th adrencca made ty her to thut
Th Ametlca arrlvrd at Mverpnol cm the lMh.
;,(rrrjwot, OeU 17, A it. The ctton market
en time a etrady. Tke ealea nf Aliinlay and t dy
finp 10 MO ball , lncludm I QUO on aioulaUuii
and for evMiri.
11ie hnaUtufTj roarkel I n'llot, tut ateady, at
Tbe .rollon mat kit U dull, aod vtlthout apeclal
TLe I rovlolon market la generally unaltered,
to MaWi, for mowy aud aooount! ""ac,,
Farther from Itrawmtllte More Treable
JlrmcntrilU, Oct. 20. lb filibuster Corttta
Is Ktlll eicamiI atxrre the city, when Indiana are
t4mor Ma Und rjo.atantly. Tb Mexican troou
eve returned to Ma'ainoraa.
1 ut Lamwon baa arr1vd bar with three can
Don. Our dtlsene have captured one of tbeleadiruf
out'awe, and aentenoed blm to be bung, Co an at a,
however, thrtatrta to bum the town, if the outlaw
Th (ittaena bavabeentae varv tniieh eUpmeit. tmt I
were fleelrur In all dlrectlone. Th. k. It wu I
feaied, wnuTdb entirely daavtted, unltaa awlataooo I
Arrret of fa pi. Cook.
CTirmorraniiry. 'o., Oct. 21. C'apt. Coo
waa arretted yeeterdav aternom by aleaera. Disin
Lf oaaand Uuuimr Kmnro3, at Montalto, Frank
lin MKinty, 14 mine front tMa tilaee.
lliNpnr.f'd e nmilevton, nlied up and gnedby
Iteow, and markrd number a, wm fount! cm bla
permo, aa waa also a rm morandum, written on
parchment, of the reHtol preeented V Mr. Waaoio
ton by I.FairTrt, and UKjueatbed to LlwiaVf.
Tbe Int. 4 be sa a Is In a carpet hag which he left
on tie tnourtaio. He came out of the mountain loti
tre settlemeLt to oMeln provialona, and wa much
fagged down and almnet starved.
lie va brought to tbla (Hace at eight n'clook last
nnht, and afUr an evamloatlon tiefore Juatloe Kiieu
m, end l lug fully Id ndfied by one nf our crttsnna
who formerly kiew hiin, we committed to Jail to
sst Ike requisition from Oov. Wisx,
He acknowledired tavtn three otbere with him on
the mountain, one of wbom waa -en ami oonveraiHl
with, having a bhie blanktt over bta shoulder, and
rarr Irg a riuaarx'a rlfl and a double barrelled gun
Tlie fonner lailonded to bte irtner, wbo had gone
for iirovleloua. Parties will go In anarch of the other
Jfframonrf, Va. OtU S-Oov. Win baa sent a
requleltt for Cook.
llrported Attempt to Itraran the) Itarpera
flattimort, Oct. SO. Considerable excitement
waa caored at Fndertck cltv Ihia afternoon, by a r-
fioit, thata large bode of abutltlonketa bad crossed
run rioaylvanlato Virguila, with tb Intention of
terculng tbe lle'prr Ferry IndirrecUonlata. A
military company loft Immediately Viaaslst Inthtds
fei ee of the CI a-Wnan Jail,
Tbe whole affair M believed tn be a hoax.
The Inwarreetlewhal at t'ariaalr.
Curfiifr, Pa., frf. 26. The man arrested on
eirito1on of lietnir roru'eroi d tn the Inaurreetion wa
bri'iigbt lietnre Ji'de OaaaaM, on a writ of baSeaa
corpus, bi say. Judge Wane ivea.nted a warrant
tn n, the Oirvenior ot Penuevlveula. uuon a twiuial
lion from the Ooversor of Virginia, for tb delivery
ef a fugitive iiaiued Aiaan IlaxLaTT. There waa no
piaitlva esldence to Identify the prteoner aa the per
mo named, but It waa proved that the ptatola In hi
txesemlon were of the earn manufacture a were
ueed by the Insurgent, and hla drees and appear
anc correspond with the description gives by a per
eon wbo had aeon Haxuit at Harper's Ferry. The
Judge appointed another bearing on Saturday next,
aod laaueo aubiai naa for wit t cues from Virginia and
elsewhere, and tbe prlonr wa ramandod to tb
Mate Politic A Coanter-Watesnent.
rwghJietprie, Oct. 2C. Tb announcement
that tbe American Oauity Convention, held here yee
ttrday, refuaed to endorse J. C. Eum, aa candldaU
ror Betiator, u an error, no aucn rtemutioo waa be
fore that body. Wat. Paul a, Beoretary.
AOxmg, Oct. 26. Tb Republican and Ameri
can Couiity Conventions met in tbe town of New
Balem to day. The fotlowlnj ttckrt waa nominated
by the Ki-pubucene aud a itioa f the Anis-toaum
For Benator Laoeaan O. Tea Eroai Oninty
Judge (Ian. WoLtoani Platrlct AnVvney Wat. J.
Uanun Surrogate Judge Jcsrre HaawBLL.
Itie f Uowti g tluket wee roiuluated by the
BtralgKout Ameiloana, For Seuator A. II. Cat.,
uotat C iunty Judge Cvna St. vans; IJiatrtct At
beiicy Davio Waaoa; Burrogate Judge Jane
B mie teigba bartered down the Anaertcan Oonven
tbai'a doiira, andoatly aasauluxl aud Oangeroualf
won ded one or two 1 tta aaemtiere, and eujxavnrel
to take laiaseeitoo of t tie ball Tue Americana ni ally
sued ..ud in oleaitiig the hallt and then uouduated a
Btraigl't Auierii an ticket
1 he I Vtuocra'a of the 8, eond Assembly D strict
lave nominated Iliear Havon.
firth, Me., Oct. 2C Thiih. I). Eobimso
and Cues. II graraoN, were elsnted delegate tn the
Chariest, n Convention by Ibe met riot Omventlou at
Topeham bvw both are alronsr DtiroLaa men and
strut g Ifcicoue reaolutioua were paajel.
Wtuhingtvu, Oct, 25 K letter from D. S. Sa
ratov MAeoM, efter due Inveetigat on at Harpor'a
Ferry, saiatere was no lnai.rreolon lu any form
vrataoev. run the t of toe intieniUota of tbat
townnr riuity. The fan u uudoubted that not a
man, b aik or white, Jolnad the tnvadera a'ter thi y
came It to Yirgtula, or gave them aid or aasisUuoe in
bo far as can lie discovered, not one of tH mna.
U i n eeca ed. Not a slare eoaHd or artemiited to
haa n qui n d tbe I'ultrd BUtea Dlntrla Attoruev
i f Mali e, to furulah all the facta attending the caw
if C4, ll.ujita, hi wbiaai btlialf an ell irt la now
uiedu to iff ct tie coiumutatiou of hla aeutguce for
tbe uu.dur of a sailor on tbe high sees.
A large nun tier of orgynieii who ataedd tht
bJe Viaa,l c, nvsntliui, ild their reatiects to t
Prraiilei t t.ilay.
jur pn.pn.iy ..r jjertng stnmicrr guards at tha
evi ra aiaer a's and armortra baa Iwen auggeated at
fc a,. , . --'"
UiattJluTra Ulil It 11 lltit liniltMllU thskl skllW Mil.. In
Xfnoai'l be UV en ly tha War Deieutmaut.
. - ,., .-,,, ..," ... ".......i ...
M ,,1""'' J1" Plu'g eaiidtdet.e bad, at Auna-
,...,..-. ...,, .,rlUial ,, u,t rormor quarrel,
ir ih?." ..'.". u''ee.l. Out of tMa nee
gror a reprnl that tb y hat a dwl.
)'viit giun, 0,1.77, TU Lighthouse lliard
has awarded tue contiat t tor but ding the uuw llht
tiaireat (,'ew Ann, t Knola Astae, of Htv, at
nearly $Jf issl; for tbe inealHe wore toAnaaaaud
KmiXKTS, at 6.r411, and ! latitarua to tna aatne r
tins at 3 600. Thete were tiurty-two Uds lor the
Bsnator Gwia has arrived ta WaahlngUiu.
Tie treasury receliita for tbe wiek eudtug Mon
day, weie nearly t.lHt OoO i drafts paid, tl xM nisi;
draits iasuetl. (l.tlo.Ot'Oi tbs amount aobltM to
draft Is ItrxWOS), being reduction fneu tu
amcust on band tt preceding week of ilsW.nun.
Tlis Indian Bureau has awarded the folliwlug
coi.tr arts i PorUaoklnao blankrta, olotus, and dry
rdstoCaosia, IlcssTuakaud Basis New York;
for i.ady inad cJUhlijg to Waiviee, lliL' oira,
Due J. Co., lhwUui for hard "are aiul agrbiult'irel
lapllmeits, to I'uaaa A Ji'lssa, Baltlinors; f.r
oitliwt at suns ai d powdtr boms, Pi U. K. Lava,
Adjutant General Vfiuoa, of Pennsylvania, U
hsrs cm official bust 4tsa, to obtain the remaluder of
Ut. erma due tbat btaUi audar th pportloatneat of
Fire la HrOeld, Slaas,
flosfimOcf. 26.-A lire In l 8eld, Ma.., tbl
?IT. Ji'r"JdtheeWnet fnnilture factory of
li? .!". .. . V - u "". axes , with It
the building U uuf i l.JIl4. tu, iK,t0t7 was weU
Xtwtt m the Crat cotton factory la Atusrlc,
soai'e miring the tumult, or tne few eerrl id ofr i,. ,
U ok across the river, all vacant from blm, and ' V ' ,1f. " J" evident tnteutbin to nurry lie
raiueaaitly beck, but one, who. It aptteara -m trial ttwwgb, end execute the priaonera aa eoonas
drowned wMIecrossing tbe river homeward b?uud. ' I" "lb. f,"V" temi't to reaoua them. In the
.TT ..i.u... .aaenf servile Insurrect on. Ilnrtv days are not re-
o "etrr'fli'iii.iTi, ;v, auunirr urueru uuit ' .komI Mm.hi.
The Harpers' Terry Insurrection.
tlra. Brwa aa4 atbrr tadlrt4.
CHorfeerovris, Vo., Oct. 85. Th trial of Drowk
and other Ilarpei'a Ferry ooneptrafcira, eommencad
bare ti-ilaf In the Maitwtrate'a Uoart.
UnSnn.1 navsemer waa th prdlrr Juatloa. aiut
tbeMkr-u,, maaletraaaawer aaaoetltod with Kn,
on tbe bet eb I Ur, ALBXaia J. Lome, Jon. F.
Bmivr, Tno.is II. WiLua, Oanaoe W. KioiiaiaaM!
ya. CoiaLa J Lewie and M.Maa W. Bee
At kaf-reetl o'dock the flhMir . ,hi ..
br nir In ti pilei.nera, wbo were e mducUi fnm the
Jail under a guard nf e.bty armed men, A (uard
wm aleo atatHmrd around tee Onurt
Thy onurt braiee u brletllnf with bayonet, on
J" "r"V a"J B. Uaamaa, Ee., acted aa attor.
ney forth onanty, aaeievd by Axoaaw Ucaraa,
touna.4 ttrr tbe onmmonwesvth.
The prtaoeera were broufhi In, ftaowa aod F.owie
OolTta manseed tiwather. tlwtwM .i... mu -a
lagirard, with eyaa ewoll.n from tbe affocte of
wound on te heed. OnmU nnlaj'ired.
rVrtrncxa aoemed leee Injured tiiau Ilanww, but
lot.kad WK.rd and d-j,reb4. liota bare a num
ber id wrMinde on tbe h.a.1.
Jinn tk.iukn la a brurnt mulatto, about twenty
P.v oara old, at,d Oaaarsadark negro, aged about
tblity. SiMnO Vaaraox read tbe onmmitment of
Uie iTlacmcra, ho were otianred with treaann and
..Mr Itatmao. attorney fin- th State, aaked that
the Oieirt mttht aeaign Oouneel f. tbe pruiotiers if
they bad Hon
Tie i Omit tben Inontred if tbe nrleonera had nun
m when Baown tdjturard tbe Court aa follows l
I did rot aek for any quarter at the Urn I wa ta
ken; I did in aek to have uij life spared. Tbe On'
emor of Virginia teuoeiert n.e hie aeauranoe that t
alMNild l,avn a fatr tna . mt under no ctroumetanoee
whatever will I be elite to bam a fair trial. If you
mm k mj blond, )0i can have It at any moment with
out tbla mnekery of a t.ial. I hav bad ho eounael.
I have not l n able to adviae witn any one. I know
nothing alut the f.allbgs of my Mew prlamen,
aivl am utterly unable tn attend la any ay to my
oan debooe. My tueuory dont e-rvo me. sly
health la Inauffiuleut, alUuaujh Imurovlotf. There
are mttigaltog rticuiurtucre tbat I would urge In
our favor if a fair Me. Is to be allowed ua. Hut if
wa are to be foratd with a mere form .a trial for ex
cuUiai yni rmiiht re youree vra the treuble I
am reaily for ray fare. I do nut eek a trial. I beg
fian rwckry of a trial no tn.u tnnuig but
that which cuexnei.oe givee, or ooerardlon would
drive you to inavtlre, I aak again toDeesonaid
from to mora y of a trial I don evn know
wrattheaterlaldralirnortbla evamma'lon la. I l
n know what la to l tbe Imefit of It tn the C"m
mnnTatth. I have now little fu-thi7rtoa.e, otoer
than that I may not be foollrhly InaultMl only as
cowardly barbanana Inault thuae wbo fall Into toelr
At tbe oaietoirion nf Danwa'a remarka, the Court
maeiinit A f-a. 3. I'lDU.IN .lid L4SOM TlOTTa aa
eounai I for the iinaonere. the nret named gentle-
m&n. &rt m line' enneii)tttoa wltti Itatwa and tbe
.th. eddtaaMd the Court, aratlun that be emild Dot
under any eiratnmtenose enter uonn to define of
sne fwvmnaorw. on n auiM. iHm. at wmiiii w hui
a inccfcery of Justice
Mr. Ilorra said hs did not frel It to lie Id duty to
drcUne. II was prepared til do bla liost to defend
the priaonera, and he boned tbe Court would assign
awne evperlenord aaetetmnt, In eaae Mr. Fatxisaa
a)related In hi O.olinatlni.
The prlsotiera w.r each qn-etloned aeparately.and
eaob having exproaa d a wllirngbeea to have theee
gentlemen for oouneul, Mr. FatLaron waa ibduoed to
withdraw hla declination.
Th Court Issued a peremptory order that the press
ahmildnot pnMtah d. tailed fcwtlmouy. as it would
render the letting uf a Jury before the Ureutt Court
Lawia WaaraanToa stated: At about one o'olock
on tunday nlgbl be waa aa'eep, and waa awoke by a
mAi buard bis bame oalledi went dtiwn, and was
aurrounded by six men; BTXVxea ajmeared to b In
oi mmand; Cm x, Corrra aod two negro prisoner
wrre' along, and another vrhtt man, whom be
aterwarda reonanlied aa Xaora. Mr. Waaaiao
tm then pmceedtd to detail all th particulars of hla
taking aa a pviaoner, wttb hla negroa, to tbe Arm
ory, and tbe eubaequent event up to tb attaok by
tbe mertnea, and bla delivery.
A. M. KrrraiLU gave tha utlculam of hi being
taken piiaoner and locked up l he aubaequeutly bad
several Intel views with Panwa, who always treated
Mm with a' great deal t re-pot and oonrteey he
enoVavorrd to amertaln from Baowa what object he
had In view, and be frequently told bun, hla only ob
Jrot waa to Ilea the alavea, and be waa willing tn fight
tbe pro-alavery own to acoomplUh that object i on
onaoccaaton during th attack, I aald to Baowa,
" thla la gi tting hot work, and If you allow ma tn In
trrfere, I can p'watbly aooomroodate matter l" k
went out wl'b Btti sea, with a flag of truce on Mm
day afternoon I he requested BTsvana to remain,
wtulat be went nreard, when Btavaae waa fired on
and fall I I renle only Uaowa and travaes I
oounted only twenty-two men early la tbe morning,
armed with Bharpe a rifles I when gravies waa lying
wounded, he remarked to me, " I have bean cruelly
deoeiv.d,nto whlcb I replied, UI wiah I had re.
roalned at bom."
Mr. Waaataoioa recalled, In a conversation with
Gov. Wis, Baowa waa told he need not enawer
questions unlea be eboae: Baowa rep'ied he bad
nothing to coLoeal, be had no ravnr to aaki tbat he
had arnie enough for S.00U mennd ouuld get enough
airo.oivii iney werewannso.
tuuTUS Bali, declared th particulars nf hi ar
reat by th Inaurgenta. I bad a Interview after my
arreet wttb Baowa, who stated that he had ooro for
no child' play, and wa pr-pand to carry out hi
deatgne; that hla object wa to m.k war against th
iM,and tbey would- not be Injured If they re
a anted qulatj hla objeot f waa to place th l nlted
State arm In th band of th black men,
and ha propoerd to free all the alavea In
tlie fvlctnityi Baowa repeatedly aald bla wbole
object waa to rekaee the alavea; I aaked blm if aims
plan oriuld not be arvaoged for tha liberation of him
ealf aad the other prisoners; be aald ere eould only
I released by fumlablng able bodied alavea lathe
iilao of eaclit I recngiitse Bvxvsas, Uaaxa and
llaowai I did not see Captain Itaowa fire once from
tb engine houae; do not think be flred onoe; Oaaais
aiedaevaialtlmia; thsprlaoun never were unrea
Joiim AiaTaxrr, one of the alav owner who waa
brought into the Armory with hla alavea, detailed
tbe iertioulara of the battering dowu of hla door,
and bla aetsure by six armed men.
lAtttla pi4nt Btsvaes apimred lobe fainting and
a mattraaa aa. procured lr him, nnwklth baUld
during the luJanoe of tb vamuiatioa
Mr. ALaTsnr rtsumod t Thu ks Haoa'a flred sev
eral tlima; knoasbe saw blm wltb a gun leveled;
saw all the rleourra, exieid the yellow uiaa Cor
Lain. AuxaiinKn.LTdeUUedtli partloular of th
C44lnkin wrtu the Inmuginta, and the exchange of
St v ral e ota, ooutd m lib'titify any of the priaoaoia.
Wa Joimson tuatlued to the arrvat of CoraiaNU,
the ytllow man, wbo waa attempting to tacepo
acrrsa the river, ha aa armed with a aiwar and
rl'le, In the middle of the Bientn.l.aihi be aald he
had br. n placed lu charge ef Haix's rule factory by
t'ai. liana a.
ANnaawKxakinv waa at the jail wben CoritaifS
waalinnigbt in. I queetloned him, ha sa'd he bad
me from tlie Western tveeive of Ohio, tbat Ueowa
came there in Aoguat, and trnplojed him attaonty
dol are er month
Josxiv A. liar was one of tha prtsonere la the
ecglre houae. and waa permitted to go out several
llmea with a flag of truon. During the firing, Cor
na fired teloa. and at the seoond fire Baowa re
marked, "tbat man la down." Wltnnes then asked
peimtsalon bi go out, and found that Mr. Rarxnaau
tad just lawn abet, and haa no doubt tbat Oorrix
had sbi htm
Mr Awviov recalled TMnk that Capt. Baowa
aluit tha marine who waa kllisd.
Tbe pre liuinary examiuatjou hubig ooucluded, the
Court reu ended th pruooor for trial before th Cir
Tlie evaroluatlon tvlay was men ly to aee whether
tt e etiargee are of sufficient Importance to go before
teiliend turv, To-mormw tbe Jury will rerNsrt the
Mil, and (be case will than be Immediately ea led for
ulrtion a .de.eouttom. as lu other
capital convtctioaa. Tbe pr1ncil witneasos to-dsy
IsS.e precisely tne aanie teauiuony in iioaati aa ws,
pubtiahied lu their statement tn Monday's ,pair.
ctii. tiaowa's tsui. at th cisocit oourt.
CharLitoun, Oct. 25.- Tho Circuit Court of
.ItffireoitCouiity, Juge Uiruaao Faaasa on the
bench, uaniUtl at 1 o'ebek. Tne Qrend Jury
were ce'lrd, and the Maglatraiea' Oourt reported tbe
a,. .1 .Jll........l.at.AH In Ska aaaanf fan) Hsliltarai
11 Pill Itt IkWIHIIMllUU IU atisaj laareUI Saaeaaj SW'- s
a at as 1 aask.. t...l 1... suj
with the wttneaara for the State. At fi o'o'ouk ther
I. tinned Into dent and aUUal tbat tbry ha I not flu.
1st rd tba exaudnatliuof wi-.btaea.and thoy were die
rhargeil until li u'uWk to-morrow mornbig II ta ru
mored Hat Its s la neau-ou of making a f'lU atate
mertol his motives and lnrru tkinstlinaurhthspress,
Iml the Unurt has refused a'l further ace ss to I din by
reiiort. re, fearing that be may put fiwth aometning
calculated to Influence the pa ill wind and to bars a
bad eft ct ou elavra. Tbs uiiner of Coot's wte was
lu tbe Oairt House throughout tbe exauilualion. Tbe
gei'cia'. ballif la, that he Is still In the mmintalna,
inarthe Ferry. Ou Sunday night, a woman a ho
ke ps a cat a lock, says tie wane to her linuee ao 1
aekid tlie privilege to warm hliuMilf, Bbe knows blm
wi.ll end la a rvlauva iX b a wife.
C nis raja that he had a br her In tha party,
and tbat llaowa had three anna In IL Alsotbat there
wtr two other i.rsous, named Tavtia and Hixi sr,
engaged; so Ihst, bvelndlng Cooa, five have esoaad.
Making twenty-two In all.
Bi ytmd a doubt, the trial will enratuenoe tn-mor.
row morning, although uiuon ddlloulty la autld.
ted in obtaining a jury.
t'.s.t. Iia.iwa'a obje. t In refualng the aid of C tun
eel, la U at If ha haa cxina. t tie lll n lie allnwod to
siak blmanl', and BiMittiern Ctamsel arlll not bs
wilting tosiprets tits vtsws.
It Is thmignt Diet all but Baowa will make a full
Ibe pttaonera, sa brought lnl tlie Court, present
el a piliable agl t, llaoaa and Btereas lalng uua
ble to rtaud without assUano Baowa haa three
eaordsrat's In bia body, aud cue sabre cut over tne
i.eail. Krtrrjts I as tbree tvslls In h a kaa.t, and ha.1
two In M loea-t and one hi his arm. Ha was a' an
cut on tha foteresd with a rifle bullet, which glauoad
on, u avu-g a bad wound.
Ciorn-eioww, Oct. 24 Hkowx bs mml no
eonherlou, tint, ou tbe oontrary, aata he has full
roBfideuwbithenoalnt'saoI ll.al.au I Is noonduil
tbat Ha will icacue ktu Ituro tbe ptrts that eurmund
Ha aaya ha lias bed rtfus levellsl at Mm, kulves at
hla thnat, and hla life lu at great )ril aa It now ir,
but that O 1 has always twen at hla side. He knows
God ia witb blm and 'rare noUtng. k
Aux. K. BorsLxa, member eleit for Cougrres,uf
this distrait, has c. Ileited fioni ftly bi cue huudnd
k ti. re front tlie otosens of tits uslgl borba d of
Banwk' houat, who seerebod It tiefore the snivel of
tb Marines. The letter ar In tta poaeMalun. uf
Aansaw 11mm. Ksq, , . , .
liigTelfoatu .. also, reoeipt fn iH;i.
liiglTalinsturtsi alsnireoelpt man Htiiaoiuaa.
III t letter, .,rHjtvv4 from Bgowri, aud an
accurately traced map ftom Obamhsnbnrgh to
Bow a houae enptea of Hti froa Baowa, stat
ing tkei ee the arrival nf lee) many man at one
would excite naradon, tbey eliould arrlre atngiyf
tter from Miaaua atrtrur that of tla twenty
tbouaani ematrd, o. B. wee good for ooefifth aleo
a letter from J. E. Cooa, stating that the Maryland
tec-ton waa abont to cm off, th people will be
onrne exdwd, aad wa will gal eome of th oaoll
datea that wii join our side.
The Circuit Court, Jadge pAai preetdlng, oyt
at 10 o'oloct. The Grand Jury were called, and re
tired tn naume tha (lamination e erttoeeje-a. The
touit took a recea awaltang tb return of tb Grand
Mr. .Towmo, t. H. Marsbal, nf Clevaland, Ohio,
arnvsdlbla rimming. He vwted the priaonera and
hlentlfled Uorxuaao aa a fugitive from JuaUce hi
tJmony hnptlcatliur tb other pa (lea.
The eacia mint Is unabateil, and crowds of per
sona from the eurnamdieg country are bare. Tb
tin t Is trgarded e proving tie ralthfu'nea of th
alavea, aud no frare are entertained of them, b it a
military guard la kept U, feailng aa attempt to res
sue the priaonera.
uonereniaaon amorg tne eiavee is canaaa oy the
fear o' Ulng aolmd aa lluew of Oot. Weeenewroa'a
wen , and tney fi m'y t have tbe object nf tb prta-n-ere
waa to carry them Booth and eell them. Note
alngle alave haa yet heenlrooliteted aa even aympa
tbllng with tbe Inaumctkirusta, Tmeie carrlod
off have all been caiurvd and returned to their maa
tern. Cannon are stationed In front of th Court llouee,
and an armed guard la twtroliing around tha jaiL
Cspt Baowa baa oonseuted to allow Mewrs. Farui
aaa and Ilorra to act aa hla eounael. tbey assiinng
h ni trial tbey will de'end him faithfully, and give
Mm tbe advantage uf every privilege th lw will el
low BTirrrsas declares that ha doe not d-etre to be
definrtod try North rn eoiinaet, prefarrtng flnuthern,
and tbat tbe Osirt ehrukl name them. There la a
dickfed avmiathy for BTsraaas, n only on account
of bla miflWrtiig, but that be baa ehoe-nnuoe of that
indlctlvetieei and hardihood that characterises
llama. Hie regret la regarded aa cauaid by th
e naequi nor of bis fol y, and the eiamlnatton yes
terday Indicated tbet tbe rther oilanner lure Vat
their conflilence in rtaowai and are not dlaptawd to
follow Mm In hla defiant entires.
At II o'clock, tlie Grand Jury reported a tro blU
sgainat each of tbe telanners, aod were discharged.
Airs' For conspiring with negroes to prodnc
luaurnetlon. reend For tn asiai to th common
wee tb j and TAird For murder.
The prisoners were brought Into onurt, aocompa
nied by a liody of armed men tbey (isaiied tbrough
the etna tend entered the tlourt Houae without ttiS
sliehtrat denioiistratain on the part of the !opte.
rtaoaa l fked aomewt at betanr. and bla eve waa
not so much aeollen. Bvtvaaa had to be autionrLed-
aod reullned on a mettreaa on tbe floor of the enurt
room, evidemtly unalile to alt x be has tbe appearance
of a dying roan, breathing with greet d fnouJty.
Before tl a reading of tbe arraignment, Mr. Uvsrna
called the attention of the Court to the neoeeaity- of
epirotnting additional eounael for the pruaaer,
elating that one of the oouns.1, (Faruteia,) ap
pisnted by tbe County Oour conalderlng his duty
In tt at rai-srtty as having ended, had left. Tlie
Iirieoners, therefore, had no other oouneet than Mr.
Ion a. If tbe Oourt waa about to aealga tliera other
oounae'. it might be proper to do ao now.
The Court elated that it would aealga them any
member nf the bar tbey might aelect, and after coo
suiting Captain llaowa, Mr. Bona aald tnat th
Irlaiver retained blm, and deelred to have Mr.
iiiaw, Ma aaatatant, to aeelat blm. If tbe Court
would acred to that arrangement, It would be very
agreeable to buakperaonally.
Tn 0nt rrayueated Mr. Gexintoect a eounael
for tb leiauuer, end be 7i.sented to do ao.
Mr. llaowa then arose, and aald I I do nut Intend
to detain tb Qairt, but I barely wish i aay, as I
have t?en promised a fair trial, that I am not no tn
vrcuma-anors mat enaoaj ate loeuena toatrta',
owmg to the atate of my health. 1 have a severe
wound In the back, or rather In ens kidney, which
enfeebles roe very much. But I am doing well, and
I only aak for a very short delay of my trial, and I
tbtnk I may get able to listen to It I and I mere
ly aak tile, tbat as th saying Is, 'the devil may
have his dues," ao more. I wish to aay further
that my tearing la Impaired and retderel indistinct
In oonerqiienoe of wounds I bare alaait my head.
I cannot bear distinctly at all 1 1 could not hear what
the oouit bee aald tbla morning. I would be glad to
bear what la aald on my trial, and 1 am now dotrg
Utter than I ootilj eiect to be under the clrcum
etaucee. A very abort delay would be alt I would
ask. I do not presume to aak more than a very
abort delay, so that I may In a-ms degwe recover,
and be able at beat tn listen to my trial, and bear
a bat qoestloua are aaked of the cttiaena, and what
their answers are. If that oould be allowed me, I
ahould be very much obliged.
Tbe Court order, d tbe Indictment to be red.oo
tkat the priaonera could plead guilty or not guilty,
and would then consider Mr. Bsowa's request
Tbs prisoners were coini-stled to stand during th
The reading of tbe Indictment occupied about
twenty muiiitea. F-ach of tha priamera responded to
tbeqia-etton ' Not guilty," and dt-alred to bo tried
The Btat elects to try Jon Baowa
Mr. Potts aaked for delay, for th reasons pre
viously given by Baowa.
Mr UDKTTBdldnot think It th duty of the pro
ecutor for the Ofanoion wealth, or for one occupying
tbat position, tn ojtptM anything that Juatloe re-
rrre. Lor to object to anything that Involved a
pie ootialderation of humanity, where It oould be
property allowed. Yet In ngard to trie propoeWon
to delay the trial of Jotra Ilsoa a, two or three days,
lua J-nlil I .Kl A... .Ka. ... f... 1 .1.
MJ UVUKJU .- u,. UU.J 1. U aiOUI UQ'!. U
temibitng matter, sbouki be put in ptahtreeion of
facta and rlraumstanoss judicially, that they were
s rare of m the line oi their dutba as prnseuutor.
Ills rwn opinion wss that it waa n proper to delay
tlie trial ef the prlsnnore a alngle day, and that
there waa no neoeeslty for te
lle alluded In general terms to the condition ef things
with whloh they were surrouudsd. They were swob
as rendered It dangerous to delay, hi say nothing ot
tbs exceed ng pressure upon the 'physical reenurae
of the eouiniunltv. anowiaff out of ths circumstances
Connected wltb affairs fur whkh tb prktouer were
tulai tried. In reference to th physical condition
or Blow r, h atked th Court not to receive ths un
important statement of the prisoner as luiAclent
ground for delsy, but that th jalor and physicians
b examined. As to expecting counsel from abroad,
he aald that no Impediment bad beea thrown in the
way of tbe prisoner procuring such counsel aa they
desired; but, on ths oontrary, every facility had been
affbidsd, aUe end Intelligent oouasel bad been as
signed them here, and be apprehended there waa lit
tle reason to expect tbe attendance of those gentle
men from tbe North wbo hat beea written.
Mr. Uasiiiaa concurred Lu the objection of Mr.
IlrnTse, on tte ground of danger in delay, and be
ceue Bso a waa tbe leader of the Insurrection, snd
bla 1 1 lei ought to bs proceeded wttb, on account of
the advantage thereby accruing Lu tb trial ef th
Mr. r.xriK tenia! ked that ha had had no opportu
Lily of col suiting with tb Prisoner, or nrenaiina'
a deVnee. The tetters for Northern eounael bad been
t ut i ff, but sufficient Urns bad not' beun afforded to
Tbs Court states that lf physical Inability wart
shown, areseonabl delay nut be granted. As to
the expectstbtn of other counsel, that did not con
stitute a sufficient cause for delay, as there was no
cettaluty a lout their coming under tbe circumstan
ces in which ths prisoners were situated. It waa natu
ral that tbry shiaild set k d-lay. Tbe brief period re-.
naming before the dees of tne term of tlie Court,
rendered it nrotaeary to proceed a expeditiously aa
practcable, and to be cautkaai about granting de
laye. He would request tbe physician who attended
Beow a to testify as to hi con iltlon.
Dr. Maaot. thimeht that Rsow a was able to go on
iindetetandingly with tha trial lie did not think i
hie wuunia were euoh aa to affect kls mind or reoo'.
lection. He had always cooTsraedfreely and intolli
gei.tly about tbla affair. Us had beard Mm com
plain nl CaMllty, but not o hardnasa of bearing.
Mr. CooKaeix,one of tbe guards at tbe Jail, said
that Baoaa bad always been ready to converse
Mr. Avis, Jailor, swern t Had beard Baowa fre
qufht'yeay. toperw ns visiting blm, that hi mind
was e aruwd and bla heating afrected. Ua would
not Uk a to give any opinion aa to bia ability to.
Tha Coutt refused to postpone the trial, aud the
wb. le afternoon wa ocuplrd In obtaining a Jury tor
tb tl lei of Baow a, wbo was brought Into Court on a
ct. . ,
Tbe following were finally exact upon aa tne iwrive
Jurors, who are men m'wtiy from distant parte of th
country I Kiciiaen TnuxaLaa. Joaam Mr saa,
Tuoaa Manna, Jl., laaau Duet, Juua C. aloOal aa,
Wn ua Kminsojue, Jaooa U. Mtixsa, Tu aaa Oa
Hiaraa, Gaieua W. Bovxa, Joaa C. Wlireuias,
Game W. Tarr. and Wiu.ua A. kUevis.
Jisim CormtaMD, toe roulatbi priaoner from Obcr
Hp, Ohio, baa made a full watfeeslon to I'. 8. gar
ahala MaariN, of Va , and Jouaaoa, of the northern
district of Ohio. lie baa glvvn lbs names uf the r.
tee st Gburita wto induced Mm to go to Harper's
Ferry, wbi furol-'ed th money for his ipenaes,
Ac. lis a' so .latea tbat a movrment of a aimttar
cliaiarter waa cot.temjilated lu Kentucky, at about
the same time. Many persons la northern Ohio,
whiee nan.ee have not been heretofore mentioned.
a'Cdrectiy Implicated. This confession hi withheld
from th public until tb trial Is over, by ordsr of
I waa shown to-day by Mr. Jomsaoa, Marshal of
tbe Nottbrni IHetrict of Obi-t, a Urge number of im
portant letters lmplealng tiaaati Barva, aod a num
b. r of prnmlnent an. n of Olwriln, Cleveland, and oth
er pt4ute In Oblo. Among them is a letter from Cap
tain baowa to ons ut hla s .ua, dated April It, ISM,
di tailing a vis t to GaaaiT baiTU, at Petiboro', wMch
bsrsgsrdsdaa highly suiouisguig. It ssy tbat
BaiTU gave Mui $180; tl at ha aleo at bis bouss re
celvtrt a note that bs considered godfor $iU0 more,
an I tbat Buna bad written to bla friends at tbe
tart, eaylng that two thousand dollsra roust be
raised fur Bsoa a, uf which bs himself would agree
tu furnlab ism fifth Tbeielaa'eu nialoa of a draft
from tbe Cashier of tba Ns York Btote Bank for
tin, sent blm by direction of 0 smart Barm. This
Udatid, "Abauy, Aug 0th, lelkd."
Maiatial Jiainaua oeeired tn furnish ms tMs mass of
rneptjh.ioa, but Mr. Hcavsa, by dtrtcuon of
Gov. Wiaa. .ibjrrte tu tu publkiatiuu at prsaaot. Il
ootitai' a a list uf tfioer of the I'roviHlonal Govern
ment end a list of contributors 1 1 tbs proJet Mar
lie! Jo.it.ao left for C'evs and tbla morning, taklag
rrptea with him, and you may look for It In that di
The examination made here to-day by tbe United
Btetta Matahal, lattice tu fact that Ibu raovemsut
bad long bten maturing I that many prominent men
m the Nottbriu State bar gtvm money aud lodu
ei c lu Hs hthalf, and tbat wnaa the facts s-s mala
public aa uujiarslulisd seneatbm msy be expected
Oarlesfcirn, Oct. JT Baowa waa brought la
wa'king, and laid dowu on bis cot at full lengta with
in ths bar. He looked considerably better, tb aerial
tug having left Ma eyas,
Mr. Uoraread the foloermg dispatch, which waa
rtotlvad tma tnorulug I
Aaaoa, Ohio, Oot teth, IIS).
Tt C. J. Fmlkur awl Lwto Botu t
JiSim Ilaoaa. k-ader of the inaurreetion at Qerp
er'a Fetry, and several of his family, have resided in
tht, coutV o-ut ... lnio7,v, htaSugV m
th.tfannly. l,a mrAbsr-sslatrr dmdwtth lt,a.da
datgatet if that atsur bs been w year tntbe
Iimatle Asylnm. A n ard angtter of hi
mot her a brotbrr bava a'o been -nflnd In the La
ne' Ir Asylum, end am ber sol nf that brother I now
Inear e, aod under cltan restraint These rseta saa
be coticuslvily proven by wttneases residing here,
who wUl doubtless aUend tbe trial, If deetred.
Wrung C Atuw, telegraphic epera'or at tS
Akron office, adds to the diov dispatch, that A. IL
Lewis Is a mrtdLt af tt at Mac, and hla (tatemcat
arstntltital to IraiJIiH sred.t
Mr. Borr said that on reoMrlng tb above dis
patch be went to the jail wlta hi aesociate, Mr.
Usaaa, and real It ti Baowa, and is deal red to sa
that to hie father's family there has never been any
lnaenity at alU On hie mother's aide leer haa lawn
repeat d irst in o' it. He adds that hla firat wife
showed symptoms of It, whloh were at'O sWIent la
ble firat and second eone be thai wife, fl rme nor-
Unne of tbs dunatch be knows to be oomct, and cf
other I'tbot.s hei.Urnoant
Me dose not know wbetherhta mother' slater died
In a luratlc asylum, but ha doe believe that daugh
ter of that slater Dad been two rears in an ay lum.
Ila a so beiieeea that a am end daughter of bis m ith
e. 's biother hevs been onnfined tn an asylum, but be
la not apprised tbat anrher am of that brntnee I
now tneana and m close conn esmmt. iisnwn also
dealrea ha eounael to say tbat be d not put in the
plea of Inesne, a- d If he haa )en at all In air, he is
bsaoy ttneon-rtnue of It. Yet ha edda tbat tboa wbo
are Inaeije fmerally aupp ate tbey have mnrereea'in
ard sanity than those around them. Forblmwtf
bedlwlaltjalop.it in tbat plea, end eeeks no Immu
nitv of tbe kind. This nunsuent Is made t tally
without hla approbation or coneunenorsand was un
known to Urn UU tbe receipt of the dispatch abort
Itaoa a tb. n raised hlmaalf np In bed, and aald, "I
will add, If the Oou't will allow ma, that I look upon
It aa a miserable artifice and etext nf ttnew wbo
O'ight to take a diftVrent oourae regard to ma, if
tlay take any stall, end I view It with enntwnpt
more than fSberalaa Aa I remarked to Mr. Masse,
Insane pilannera, so fsr ss my sxparlano gone, have
but little aliility to Judge of their nwn aanlty, end if I
am Insane, of course I ahould think I knew mors
thsnsl ths rest of th world. But I do not think s
I am perfectly unconsjious of Insanity, and I reject,
an fsr aa I am eab'e, any attempts to Interfere In
my the'f on that score.
Mr. II. Tie stat-d that h waa farther Instructed by
Mr Ilsoaato sv that, rejecting this plia entirely,
and seeking no delay for tbat rteaon, ha d. repeat
tn tbe Court hla re. inert made yesterday, that time
b r'tf n for the foreign oouasel to arrive that hs ha
now reason to exiect.
Yeeterdsy afternoon a dispatch was received from
Cleveland, Ohio, signed " Haa Tn laa, dated Mtb
October, askbig Baowa whether It would be of use
for ooiuisel to leave laat night. To thla dispttoh an
awer waa returned that the jurr would be aata-n thla
morntpg, and that Baowa dealred tee oounael to
coma at onoe-
Ths Tklagreph eaffreeiw here etated tbat tbla die
patch would be aea,t on at once. In advaooe of the
disiatcbee sent or reported, and hs bad learned this
morning tbst It waa sent before th storm of east
nlgbt interruited communication, snd that counsel
might reach here by t elv or on o'clock nlght.
Tb course taken by Baowa tbla morning makes it
evident that b aought no postponement for th
mere pnrpoes of delay, as he relecte the plea of In
sanity. Bull, In bis opinion be could have a fairer
trial u the defence were conducted by his own ooun
ael than lf he ware defends! by the counsel at pre
Mr. lInrmoberved that tha prisoner's counsel
having renewid th motion nf yesterday for delay
for a rpectfio period. Indicated and baaed upon Infor
matton reoaivtd in the form of th telegraph, the
question now waa whether there waa sufuclant
5 rounds In this additional Inf.wmaUon to change tbs
edsion announced by the Court yesterday en th
If th Court did not at one deem thla circum
stance wholly Insufficient, I a fore the decision was
made the counsel for tbs commonwealth deemed It
hla duty to call attention to two or three matters
connected with tlie affair.
Though desirous to avoid forestalling the trial of
thla case, In regard to tb preaent pruoaer at the
bar. tbev were tiretatred to nmve ttiat ba ba.1 ma ta
open, repeated and constant acknowledgment of svs
rythlng cbargsd against Mm.
Hs bad gloriad In It, and we had but an exhibition
of tbs earns spirit and th same purp.ie when be
announced that he would pel mil no defence of ln
aenity to bs put In.
Mr. HaauiHO wou d be reluctant to wttbho'd from
s prisoner charged with a crime nf th greatest nor.
nuty, as in ths preaent esse, anything ca'cu atsd to
afford Mm th amplest opportunity ocjuattoe, but h
bad ab and intelligent oounael assigned him, wbo
would aee that be wa fairly and Impartially tried,
and be, therefore, fully concurred with tbe remark
of Ms ou league Ln opposing tb motion.
Mr. G sxxa remarked tbat one dai's delay would be
sufflrtrnt to ascertain wb. ther tbe expected oounael
would oome or not and no prejudice oou'd reault to
the Commoner, alth from a email delay of that char.
after. In reference to tbe new matter brought to
the oonsidaration of the Oourt, he did not believe the
priaoner had made any acknowledgements, eo far as
he knew their character, referring to the treaeouand
tliose confessions, acoording to our law, are Inauffl
cient ta convict a party who may hav acknowledged
tha fact In the p'aknest meaner to on hundre . wit
nesses, for if tbat Is all the evideno upon whloh tba
Commonwva th rsilesL th priaoner eannit be con
vlrted.beceuae our coos provides that suca confession
shall be made In open 'Court, and the prleonsr has
dented In open Court by putting In a plea of not
The Court stated, that hs most gee In this case as
In any other, that a proper causa for a delay was
made out before granting such an application. Ia
tt present case ha could not aee, that tha te'egrem
gave any assurance, that th additional eounael In
tended to con. The prisoner is now defended by
oiajnsel, who will take oare that no Improper ovi
drnoa Is adduced against Mm, and tbat all proper
vklanoe in Ms behslf shall ba presented. lie could
sot ste that a proper cause for delay was mads out
The expected counsel might arrlv before th ess
waa ohswd and could then see ell the testimony
which had been taken, and thus tbe prisoner might
bate the betefitof their advice, although tbe case
now proceede. A to th matter of inaauity, It wa
not presented In if liable form; Instead of mere
staleroent, w should her Affidavit or something
cf that chstacter. Its thought, therefore, tbat th
Jury ahould be sworn and tb trial proceed.
Tbejury having besnsworn to fairly and Impar
tially try the prisoner, the Court directed that the
prisoner might forego tbe form of stsndlng wbU ar.
reigned. If be desired.
Mr. Burrs put tbe Inquiry fo th pr laoner, and h
Ouotlnued to II prostrate in hi oot wMla the long
Indictment, filling ssvtn pages, was read I
Mr. Haxnreo addressed the Jury. He presnted
the facts of tbe caaei detailing the scenes of tb
armory, ths killing or th brldg kseper, and tb
subsequent killing of tbe cttlxsna named tn tb In
dictment; th seuure of Lx ia Vf aaanraiua and
Mr. Allstiot wttb their slaves; th forming nf a
government within the limits of ths oommonwsalth t
th holding of th eltiaena a pnsoaers of war, and
tbe eubseiient capture. He read tba law for treason,
levying war agslasl ths Btategivingoornfort toitsea
ea.tM,or sstebiteMng any other gorsnunant within It
lunlta, pualahabl with death tbe lew against advis
ing with a alave to produce Inaurrectlcsi, puulthabl
with oVath i and the law on the murder of citizens,
Siuilahable with deeth. All thsss charges would be
Istlnct'y proven beyond tbe possibility of a doubt
In tbs mind of ths jury. Hs would show that tlie pris
on, r's whole ebject wss to rob our cltixens of iasir
slaves, and carry them off by violence, and he waa
happy to aay agalnat tbe wills of tba alavea, all of
them having escaped and rushed back ti their nuutt
era at the firat opportunity. He cnncludud by urg
ing ths Jury to cast aside all preJudlcaa, and glvs tbe
prisoners a fair end Impartial trial t and not to ai
low fbeir hatred of abolltinnlete to influence them
against those who have raised th black flag oa th
soil .g tbl commonwealth.
Mr. Gaxaa, on tbe part of the prieener, after giv
ing the law api Jlcakle to tha eaae, aald that tbe Jury
must hear In uilud tbat they ere Judges of th law,
and ths fact, and ttst If they have any doubt as to
law, or tbe fact of tbe gull of th.a prisoner, tbey
are to give tha prisoner tbe benefit of that daibt On
the first charge of treason, as a apsclflo act of tr.a
am must be proven. It must lis proven that hs at.
Umptsd to establish a separate and distinct gevern
nwut. aud tt must a'ao be rroven what was nurnneed
of treasonable acta tiefore you can convict blm oar
charges i Kit is intendo Is rely on his on-1
fetstons to to, ve treason, theb
- ' w a . .-. j. . - -
kkno conviiilou can bs ruads sa confiwai
made In 0n C.iuit." There muat be surfioleut evi
dence to prove tbe charge, lndeiendeat of any oon
fsaslons nut of tb Cuutt, and II requires two distinct
with. ess to prosach and every act of treason.
econd. Cunajitruig wttb lvc to rebel and make
lnsurreitlon. The Jury must be eatlafled tbat suxh
wvuu'lracy was d me within tbs Stats of Virglnla.aud
within the Jurisdiction o this Oouit If It was don
ln Maryland, this Court oould not punish tb act, or
If It waa done wit tile the limit of tlie armory at
l'erjei's Fetry, It wss not d"ne within the lund
tt thlsBtats; tbs Oovtrnmsut of th I'mted Blatos,
holdbig sxclualv Jurt.dk tlon within tha atsd
grounds. Atbirney General Ctraumo hal decided
this point with regard to the armory grounds at
Harper's Ferry, which opinion was read to tb Jury,
sbowlrg tbat penm realdlng wllhlu tb limits uf th
armory cannot even b taxed by Vtrglula,
and that crime oommtted within said limits
are punlahabl by tha federal Court. Altho igh
tb jury may doubt about the Ua on thla
aubj. ct, tbey must give the priaoner the benefit of
that doubt upon tbe trial. Over murder.lf committed
within the bmiU of the armory, tbl Oourt has no
Jurisdiction, and tn ths easa of Mr. Baoaaaa, if he
waa killed on tb railroad bridge. It wascommittad
within the Slats of Maryland, which esUts claima
Jurisdiction up to the armory grour.de. Although be
may be gubty of murder, It must b proved tbat It
was dellnerat and premedltatsd murdsr, to mak
tt a capital ofirnce if otherwise, ths ki ling was
muiderin tha aroood degree, iHinUbabU with un-
prlaiaimenl 11 you csvs any aouos, on ws point
you must glvs that doubt to tue prisoners. Us was
satiaftrd Its Jury will not alow any outside cxclts
lusa to afiVt tbem, and tbat they will do their duty
falth'u'ly and lniautially.
Mr Borrs Impressivvly addressed the jury. Th
case waa aa unusual one, aad tbs oriins charged In
many rtaprcU unknown. The Jury trial caflcd for
cairn, uniuipaeeiAiu a aeuuoretiuti, ena net tne eel
aura upon loure statements for a conviction. Ths
Jury mut bs above a 1 prejudices and influsnors, and
osuosrats caimiy, aua iree ur en reeontrans oeariug
In nilud that the mission of tbe law U not to
wreak vengeance, and that th majesty of tbe
Uw ts best caiotalaed we-a Judges, counsel aad
Jury rlss above thtae Influences. The burthen
of ir.of U on tb oumraouwsaltb, and .If b faUa
to aubatantlate ber cbergea, the Jury are b aind to do
their duty Impartially, and Bud tbelr verdlotoo the
Uw end tsattmooy tbat tbe eamaMiawealtn may be
able to prraenl them. Ue thsa proceeded to go over
Uis gvounds takta by Mr. Case on each of th three
wSnU of tbe nutiotmaeit treesoa, Inauneottm and
murder. II U no dineteooe bow much a Jury may
be oonvuiord In their own minds if tbe guilt of the
prisoner, it U rsssutiel that tbey muat have proof of
praltlTs guilt tn a cess like tbl Involving both Us
Mr. Hcavsa followrd, stating was Hielr desire,
an far aa It wa la their power, to metre etralgbtfor-
T?.?ZW".r!"2 "?,-.?7 !
waro to tne ettvament oi ,ne eaaa ot jusnee oy eian-.
ltsJontog review of lb Uwimetsrencto th
rssandh( txirtedt4pTme. II stab's that
thl wss tbs fir.-toaaeof high tnasno agginst the
State ever tried In Virginia, and hoped il would b
tb last. Tbe quartlon of Jurisdiction which ha.'
beta raised by tbe ether slds was sxamtaed,
tb ejtbnvlty erted on th ether slds of Attorney
General Ccewneoi the Utter was an abl man, but be
eaae from a region ef tb country where oidnlon
are very dinVrent from thnaa ot Tlrglnta m relation
ti the rower of the Federal Ooveraroent, as eH-rting
state rlghta Our Courts are desldedly averse to
Mr. Cteui vlewst la a'l lime peat tbs Jurisdiction
of ttleC'SiraJPof JeflVreoa In crbntoal onteoes enm
mltted at llarpei's Fury ha been watnterrupted
snd unci ellrcged, wbtther they were ewemitted on
tregovetrmetit pnperty orutdibecited snlnstene
taeuty-nlt e years sgo. where an attodnoe murdar
waa committed between lh very shoiln front of
which these men fought to.lr battles, and ths erlnv
ii.al see tried here, oiTioted and etecutsd aader
Trrs'afteneon seaslon asssmbled at bilf past I
Dr. rVrtir. was the first vritneas called - On Bon
dsy n gbt braid a sbi fired st the J'errjl heard a
cry, kiokrd out "had saw two men paaiang from
torarda tbe Armory gaas I a tall man cams from
te Armory gate, and two nirn from tbe car halloed
"There bs goes, now I" Tbe man etopoel, raising
bis till i they followed him tn tbe Armory get aud
Mtcleigrd shots with him eouducbrr Pn.ur was
oi.e of tense urn l afterwarda found th Mack mat
Havaoon dytrglnth Railroad office I he aald be
waa commanded to stop by t?l men on the bridge,
and I ef using, they fired upon Mm I aaw seve
ral men patrnlng during tlie nlgbt, sol go
on !to tha bridge I did not know what to
make of It and went to Inquire of tbe Armory aratch
Iran what tt meeat t met a man, who levelled his
rifle at him i asked him erbers the watchman was,
and waa answered that he was not there, but that
there were "a few of us here;" afterwards. In tb
mornlrg, aw a wagon pass with three armed men
following it then went to Mr. KiLTxan ua aod Mr.
Bail, and told them Diet an armed bodr nf
mn bed possession of ths Armory, aud not to go
near It a'so gave informstlon to th other
persoas employed tntbe Armory; saw aleo three of
tbem at Hsu's works; did not see more them thirty!
recognised them by a peculiar hat they wore; rode
to Cbariestown to give tbe a'erm and get aeslatanee;
ntumedsbaitsleven o'olock and asalsted In bear
li g orders and guiding the armed forces to tes beat
I Isoe cf attack; did net aee or recognise Baowa there
Conductor Pma.r was tha next vritneas, and tes
tified In retard tn tbs st TCga of his train on tb
night it tbs Insurrection, and tbs lncldsnts eonncst.
CTarotra, Oct. 2R, Krtniny.QoTtnor Wir
Laaa, uf Indiana, brother-ln-law to Cooa, aootrnpe.
nled by J. K. Mi Donald, Attorney General cf th
th aame Stale, and V. W. Votuiaae, and M. M.
Faaiaruni, arrived here to-day, and hat had a long
Interview wltb Cooa.
CharUttaum, Va., Oct. 28. Oar report rloaW
yeeterdsy morning vritb tlie oommenoement of Con
ductor ninrV xsjuuvation. We gtve tbe principal
portion of bl evldcac thla morning. Ua gave a
detailed accsint of tbe stoppage of hi train, th
abeoting of Hat wools th colored man, and other
scenes In the vicinity of the Armory, the particulars
of which Lav been heretofore piib.iahed. Ua give
th following acosmt uf Ms lntervlsw wlthBaowat
I aaked blm (Bsoa a) If hs waa captain of theee
h replied he wast asked Mm lf I could cross the
bridge, and be revere Motile reenonded. "No. air:"
thou ssked Mm what he msant by stopUig my
tralnt bs reeled, "Ar you tue coaductor ot that
tiaiai" toia hiss 1 was, ena es said. " wuy, I sent
5 ou word at a o clock tbst you oould pass ;" told him
that after being atopried by armed men on the bridge
I would not pass with my train I he replied, " My
bead for It you anil not be hurt ;" said he wss very
aery . It wa not Ma Intention that any blood ahould
be erilll that It was bed management on tne
Irtuf than.eu tn charge of the brldg.; I then aaked
him what aeuurity I would have that my train wou.d
Iass rarely, and asked Mm if he would walk over tbe
ridge ah. ad of my train with me be called a Urge
at ut man to eroumpeny him, and one of my paaaeu
gere, Mr. MoUvkax, aaked to accompany me, but
llaowa ordered blm to get Into tbe traia, or he would
take tbem all priaonera In five minutest Beoaa ac
companied me t both had nQea, and a wa croeeed
the bridge tb three armed men were atllt In their
pieces t wbea we got acmes, Bsoa a said to ns,
"You doubtless wonder tbat a man i f my age shoa'd
be here with a bead of armed men, but If you knew
my past Metory you would not wonder at tt ao
murh l" my train was then through tbs bridge, aud
1 bid bun good mort tag, Jum(ejd oa my train aad
kft Mm) witness returned to Harper's Ferry on
Tuesday, and went tn with Gov. Wisx aod other to
see Baowa wto waa a prisoner heard his conversa
tion with Wis and 11 carta l Gov. Wis said be
wss sorry to sse a man of h a age Ln tbat p.al
tloni" Bauaa replied that be "aaSed no sym
pathy, end hsd no spologies to make;" he
ahw exactly what he was about t the Governor
aaked him if tie didn't think he era doing
wrong la running eff with other people's prorcrty;
Bsowk said, "No, he didn't:" he stated thsi he nev
er bad but tvreuty-two msn In his party, but expect
ed Urge relaforosnieate from Maryland, Virginia,
North and Bontb Carolina, and, I think, eome of the
New England States and New York, he aald laat erma
were esnt to them from Msssanliiisetts; tMnk be
spoke cf Bharpe's rifles, revo.vera and pear; said be
could arm from fifteen hundred to two thousand men;
said he had Harper' Ferry la bts eye as ths plaoe for
his operations, that be had rented a farm four miles
off from Dr. Kajntenv. and had paid the rent up
to March, and tbat all hi arm erere tent to Mm
there from Chambsraburgh, Ps.; said those who
brought the arms there did net know what tbey were,
aa ha bad taken the precaution to pack them In double
ttfixee; tbey were addreaaed t) J. Bum A Bone;
Baowa told Gov. Wia that he had books In hla trunk
that would explain to Mm bis wbols prooseding,and
what th purine of hi business was; Out. Lai said
he bed one, and banded It to Gov. Wis; Baowa
asded him to read two of 1U firat preamblss, and four
of tbe laat erctiona, which he did, and Bsoa a aald tt
waa a correct copy; ln reply to a question of Orv.
Wise, be aaki bs was oommander-ln-cMef of tha
forces, under the Provtatonal Uovtrnment, and that
he then held tbat pneUton. Ue aald the Uoua'ttatlnn
wa edoiSod la a place called Chatham, In Cased a.
Baown said there waa a Beoretary of War, Beoretary
of State, Judge of tbe Supreme Court, and all the
officers for a general Government, he aald that ther
wss a House of Representatives, and that there wai
an Intelligent oolored man elected as on of th mem
ben of th House Isensetton I Gov. Wis asked
llkowa If he bad th oath of allegiance provided for
lu tbe forty-eighth article I h replied he had 1 aaked
If all the white men of Ma band bad taken the oath
be replied tbat they hsd I hs said that there were ap.
poinbrd and conuniaaioned officer that Branae.
Luiue, and one uf Bauan' sons were captains, ana
I corni waa a lieutenant I ne aaia something euout a
1 battle In Kansas, and bating one of bU ain ahet I
think hs said Cooa held a captain's commission I
Oov. Wisi asked Baowa IT he thought he had been
tatrayed to tba bVcrtUry of War ; aanl be tnought
be bsd been betrayed, but bad practiced the ruse to
prevent eueptoton l the Governor aaked blm what
tbe l use was, but be refused to answer ; said he
knew exactly tbe poslthsi be had placed Mmaeif in,
and lf hla life were fotfsltcd he waa prepared to suf
fer. Col. fStcfs WaaMn-jfrw swomj (II ds tailed tb
oocnrreaoa already publishsd In thu paper.J
Oroeaeaam i neu by Mr. Oren Cannot say
wbetbrr tbe marines fired after tbry broke bit tne
ei.gine Louse: tbe noise wss great, aial several shout
ed frum tbe inside tbat sons ons had surrendered
the prisoner; we were kept ln tbe rear tngtne-hoiiae,
and allowed to acek a eefe poeitlon, o that there we
no tff.rrt o endanger ua; llsowa's conduct wa not
ruds er Insulting towards us.
jr Mr. Hunter Was present at th conversation
with Gov. Wisi on Tuesday i Gov. Wiai asked
Baow a If be liad nut s letted Harrier's Ferry as a
bor ler plsc bctmen Mary'and ana Virginia for tbe
establlahmeiit of bUproaiatonal government, and be
answered, " Oertatnly ;" ha avowed tbat bla object
waa to free tbe Southern s'avss, and said that hla
jarty comb) ted of tweety-ttromen, nineteen uf wbom
came over with Mm ; he said ha bad 900 Buau a'a
rirlea, t.0 rvi4ver. and wituessd.aai not nmeiaber
how many sers; Bsoa a said that h hsd enough to
arm aland I DUO men.
Tbs Governor asked If he expected that number.
He seal no doulit that pumtwr, and five thousand if
bs wanted tbem Us detailed ths oonvsrsatton re
specting tbs Provisional Government substantially
as the last witness.
Bt Mr, BuHfr Coog laid Baowa had been study-
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' log this suigect twenty or tnirty years; nau rwuu
I mnrereu usrriers r erry rrpesieuiy,
D'l Mr. Bolt The nrisonere were allowed to go
out and assure their families of their safety ; some
went out several times, biM bis eea n't to rtfvn
from Mi dwelling houae; th' re were numerous shot
towards ths lank where Birxaaa was killed; Baowa
aesurtdwltneasthat be should be tr.ated well, aad
Ms property should not be destroyed.
Uf Mr. Uunttr WMIs a ptiaon-r tn the engine
house overheard a conversation between Stbvbs
and another party not known to witnsee, about
slavebedlog. Bravana asked tbe man If ha eras bl
favor of alavary Ue aald, "Yea," a though not a
elan holder. Stevens said, "You are the firat man
I would hang."
CAarlrtfown, Oct. 28. ('apt Cool arrived here at
1 o'clock thu Morning. He aaya tbat lf Baowa had
taken lis advice in rtiatlon ti mounting, a thousand
men could not have taken tbem. There II great re
joicing at hU arrest 11 say tbst Plan. Docules
acted lb coward, having promised to b thsi In per
son. (Jan. W. Ilort, cf Boston, oounssl for Bao a, ar
rived this morning. Us Is quits a youth.
Tbs Court met at 11 o'uhxk. Baowa waa led over
bran tbe jell, walking vary feeble. Us Uld down
upon res 4
Mr. Born annouaoed tke arrival cf Mr. Uorf, wbo
bad eoaie here to aeslat the counsel for tbe piksuner.
At pre nt, however, bs did not ftsl disposed to taks
taut ln tbs case. Whenever b should irel dlaiwsod
be would do ao, Mr, Hon then took tb cuatomary
Bj Ur. BotU- Conductor Pan.r recalled. The
auattloaputto Mm wa prepared by Baowa. To
ntg waa comn enoed by tb.ee men on the bridge
who shot Htv wood. The next firing wee by Taeoo.
aoiToa. Huea act knew whether tbe fisvug at Hat
worn waa Intrnlioei. Theie waa nu attack on
Baowa'e maa ut.ltl after Usiwooo was abot Ua
wee shot by aimed men lu tn Winchester spaa of
Bottt nil Lewis w. Wasmenma re-
Ntgotlstlon were oaBlrgwlth Baowa for
the release of tbe prison' befor tbs gen .ral firing
oommenoed oa Monday. Hoe nig know wbauief
all tbs prisoners signed th proposittou for a sue
pension of firing. Ia tbe o,ieulng neg Aiatern
Baowa frcquxmly suggested tbat tbs prison,
ere should cross tie bridge with a to
tha accord canaL end Ibe lock area not
hi be fired upon until tbey reached tbat point Nun
nf Ue prteoriere made aay objecaloo to the proposi
tion. Baowa said ba was too old a sudisr t yield
tbe advantage be posai suit In holding hostages.
During the day Bsowa'e sun wet wounded ln the
breast, lbs bell passing eround to tba side, but he
took bU weepon again and fired frequently be
fore bis sufjnrings eouiielled Mm to retire. Heart
Cat. Baowa fiwquetitly oomiOa'0 of Ut fa tb of
peouU In Kanea sa a flag of trass. Heard blm
maks no Ihieat or even any vLndlutlvsiaws aga'ust
tta people. Mr. Baa wis went nut ami, br.sigut lu
g ptvug that th o),U would M &i wblu b
1 i . albataw
negc4Jat4.M wtr pemf. Cant ot ear that at
wa In aeif deft nee; beard Dai.. 2.7. r?Z.
nl otib-r. m,t to Jr. onmaSSJcajJiU. fc
firal firing aaa against th siigtnshomel Biowa
aald tb. peopl. a,id tu paTbu, bSuTrerd Tu
,b llvee of th c tlee. and ere a....? .rPl
chance with thevn. After th first attack oa tha
rag. n house by tbs msrlnea,tbere was not a gtmeral
cryo. "survender." One tried rtrrender, bat tbe
Uhtr Taught on. Baowa bad a rifle la hla band
when he wss struck down bvths marines, and re.
reived a ctil ever the head wit a ord by Lieut.
Mr. IlraTU laid befere tbe Jury the printed eon
slrrubon, en enUnanos of tbe provlsl eiel governya
ment; leading the two first elauses of tb rreemb'a.
tbe Jib, 4Mb en4 8tk artseUs, and briefly Vammtmr
rp iber taut .u of th ooaetlt utlea.
betlffciarsata. known Ike handwriting of the
I'tbarer Haa cowled a Utter for him
k.f!T!w.V1'1 ! h'"awlf wonkf Meattfy aay ef hi
? eTof""' ,Dd "' " bt treubl. He we reedy
to rare tbe music
CaVltt!1 """ ' ProTh' thm Ur'
B.jwb i Either way, a yru pleeee. A large bun.
die of lettere waa pn ditced. Kaoh ares ident fld by
Casrnatxsnd hatded lo ttanwa, who, at tba fire
i, tenon, trptled lo t arb, In a tood voice, "Yes, that la
inlre." Tb per and ktter were about fifty in
On receiving a II. t of memlrereof tSe Convention,
Mr. IlraTsa n ad It It la headed Wiu.uw CMaiLsa
Moans President of th Convention, aud H. Kaci,
Becietaty of tba Convention. On handing th list
hi Bsoa a. be exclaltxed, with a gman, "rhtt'a my
slgr spire. In referenos to another paiwr, he eald,
"1 bare re .thing to say elmut that"
Mr llrsTxa read a attar from J. R, Omnraoa, ac
kti.wledglng tbe receipt of a letter from Baowa, and
tbat he wnuid be p'eaaed to aee Mm at hla bouse
during the summer, and lbs one from GaeerrBarra
about the "Kansas w rk," which baa already been
published. II haa June B, 19ol, endorsed on tb
betk. in Baow a's writing
A rmtatreif Ball, master machinist at tb Armory
teatitVd that on Bsows's tnat early la tnemurung,
be waa arouee.1 ly Bees. Uosaa anaoundsg that
jcia.ns wsre at the Armory earvylag oft government
11 pel ty. Beached tbe gete, wee acorajeed by w
aroied men, and seised ss a prisoner. R ifuard te
mate auy extsanaibsi until within the Armory yard.
BrxnisKa was erntry at the gatri wee oonducti'd to
Oa4. Baowa, who told me bl object wse to free tbe
sla.es. ard n t the making of war on the people; that
my person and private t.t-tly would be safe) that
ba war wss agsinat tbs sonuraad system of Blevvryt
tbat be bad p, war to do It, aud would carry it
out; It wss no rMId' puy be hsd undertsken.
be then gsv me un.laai,i to return tn my faulty,
to assure tbem if my sa'tty, aod get my breakfaat;
start. d back rrme, end was snoomnanlsd by two
armed men, wbo strprd at the d.ir bnak'set not
heme ready, went back and waa allowed to return
home again und.r escort, at a late hour ; on return
ing again Capt. Baowa aald it was hla determination
to seise tbe erne end munition of the Oovemment,
to erro the bla. Va to defend themaetvea agsinat their
master t Bans a also made a proposition to hlme'f
end other officers of tbe Armory, lo deliver la'o Me
tseenton tbe mnalt one wer belongUg to she
Government we replied that they wereaTraad lu
bU pnrseMkio, ss ws were Bsowa freqtisi.tlr
told us otr saftt deirended on the go-al oon
duct of our citisens; when tbs filing commenoul
all fell. Ws were ln danger, and almost any propo
sition that wea made waa accepted to eeoure our safe
ty. Bsowa aald if the clOsena were wiling to risk
tbelr Uvea end thnee nf tha 4-lermers, to capture him,
tbry muat abide by it Baowa made but one impo
sition In go to tbe canal hick, give up their prisoners,
and fight It out with the military. AI daylight "n
Tutsdsy morning, witness appee'ed to Baowa on the
ground of humanity to tbe prisoner, a erell aa bt
the men wboappeated eo bouud to Mm, not tore rrrlat
In aptillrig more Miod. Bsowa replied, he wss well
aware what he waa abrut, snd knew the oonsrqnea
oes tbst be wss a nedy proclaimed aa en outew,
and J boo was on Ms bead. Witt regard to tht kil
ling of BtcaiiAM. one of BaowaTe party bad
fired In that direction several time t remonstrated
with blm when leveling hU tide at an old man
named Ocisa; tbat he was not a combatant, and be
deabderf; a'terwarda heard Mm fire, end beard him
say "dropped 1 Im ;" when we heard that Banaaaa
waa deed tbe man who fired eeked who It was; we
told Mm tbat be waa an old aud respectebU cltisen,
aud Mayor of tbe town, and the maa who (red ex
pressed hlnuelf very eorry; this men wss afterwards
aided at the charge of the Marines: Capt Baowa
made preperetiona for resisting tbs Msrinee; he wa
alwaya In anna; but do not tMnk I saw blm fire.
The other jortlon of Mr. B.U-'s testimony wa
nranv In eorrntairatlon of Mi WaaamoToa'a.
John AUtUmdt sworn. On M.aeUy morning
about tbiee, waa awakened from sleep; asked who
wss at tbe oVvrr; tbe reply was, get up quick or we
will burn you up; ssked what they Intended to dot
tbey said free the country of Slavery; told roe they
were going to lake me to Harper's Ferry; dressed
myself , and when I got to the door tbey had all my
bJaxka, eerea u number; we ware all put Into a
wagou; tbe negroes were then all armed witn pikia;
all tb men wko took us up were armed; we want to
tbe Armory yard where I wa put In charg of on.
of Baowa Iutyt afterwanl we were ordered Into
the watch-bcuari aaw Col. Wasmaovoi. there;
Baowa earns aad epoke to ua about our getting two
negrrea to take our pleeee,aad then he would release
ua- nothing further area said about tbat I Baowa'
nils was oncksd all the time. The nee n as were
rtUord ln tbs a atch-tieut,witti spears In their bands;
be slaves ahoa.ee no dUrvaittnn to use them: wit
ness waa afteraarda transferred tn the engine house;
-veral or aroee trees there; saw Pan, making port
hole by lleowVs order: they bad riroptaxt their
si ears; some of them were asleep neerty elf tbe time.
(Laughter.) Wben the mertnea made the aaaault,
Baowa' party took ptaxtlon behind th engine, sail
aimed at tb door; Baowa wa in front, aqnattingt
he fired at tha marines, and my opinion U that ha
killed tbat marine.
At-ivaanxi J. Kn.tTworn Tfteacribed the mea
ner of Tan. Bciliti being lulled on Monday.
BanwVe party flred at wttnsiKi, and erltnees retnroeil
tbe fire; Bvjaxart we with witness, and was armed
with a gun; sew Mm soon slier hs was shot; the shot
cams from the direction of Shenandoah street Nut
AutiiT GuxaT sworn. 43ave an eocount of hla cap
ture and treatment, but no new facta were elicited.
Mr. Kit it recalled. Saw (lao. w. Tliaxi killed
on High street; be was shot while In tb act ot Uvel.
lug hU gun; tb abot cam from tb corner ef She
nandoah and High etreeta; th men who fired had
rises; on had a shawl on.
Armaooa Maioa mm o'clock.
Jmry Uunttr sworn. Went ti tne Ferry vritb
the Charlestuwn Ouards; ata'd In the bridge, leertng
tha oomierov! went off fighting on mroembooki
saw Bros aaa fall wben ehot; hi ard tha whlstlngof
ths tail: undertook to go to hU easlstanoe, but are
withheld by friend: aooo aftrr another rs at want
to remove the body, earing he " wood help tbe
Squire;" heard the wblatlingnf eaoaher bail; BafC
uau bad a pbtol In Ms pocket. Judging from the
wtlght and shspe o'tbe pocket; did not see It, and
dnnTt think tbeieyrrfe from the Armory yard saw it;
tbe shot tbat kllkd Btcaiua came from the engine
bnure; numerous shots were fired from tbe engtne
btaiteat tbe tank. The cross-examination uf tbla
witness elicllod nothing new.
Calonel Ginaoa, aarom Helped a portion ef the
militia of Jefforeon County, tn suppress tbe Insurrec
tion tbe Jtff-teoa Guards end otbsr dstauhrnent
were In tbs action I they were called out by authori
ty of law three Inaurgenta were killed at the rifle
factory, and CnriLAHnceptiirvd.
Creese xamlned. There wss firing by outside dtt
xena, and tbe three kuisd were not invlsf isjoorn.
msnd I dont think the InaurgenU fired a gun at the
Kills factory, but endeavored to make their escape
across the nver.
Batuaaw T. Box, sworn. Went to Harper's Fer
ry arued i did not Join the military was stationed
In the Ca'ilt House tn Cspt Bow's company i In toe
evening walked out on tbe platform ssw Baixaaa
shot at i went a mar to Mm a wa aa', hut per
ceived uo bratbmg I there was firing from tbe on
glue bouse towarda tbe talltoadl Mr. Yorja. a mem
ber of tne Jefferson Guards, we wounded, whU
making a charge against the Inaurgenta aaw other
abot t there were probably thirty eboU flred from
tbe engue honee towarda the tauk and la other di
rertbna. Crraavexamlnad There wa general firing In al
most every direction McCaaa waa ehout firing when
he aaa abot I there were twrnty or thirty men firing
at tbe engine house wben Yorjra and McCaai were
Ltais Btsibt, examlmd He testified reepeotlcg
tbe kll li g of TrxnlL
Tb priwecution rested here.
Th eounael for ths de'et e called Josira A. Pal
oival, wbo testified thst bs waa one of tbe prieoaare
In tbe engine hones, with WaauiiaaToa and ntbrrs:
Baowa i.markrd tbat tbe priaonera aueuld snare
tbelr dangert they were allowed to abtlter tbemaalvea
as tbey could; Caosa went out with a flag of truce;
another went cut aud came beck wouuded; Bvavaaa
snd KiLTxaiLU went out, and irrvxas wa shot,
tfier that It comruenoid raining very hard; aappoasd
BTaTgse was dead; he Uynrar the corner of
tbs depot beerd graining and aaw S Ti
rana movtrg I aaked Baowa to aead a man
tu relieve Hrtvin ( Baowa refused to seud
any one, U cause he would be bot wllnrss
waa allowed t go and assist Brivia Into tbe hotel;
be nturned to the tnglns bouse, anoordng to bis
pledge; was sent rverai ttmee by Baowa lo requeat
(be ctt aena not to about, as ths lives nf tbe pruamers
wou'd be endangered; u gotietbeia were going on
bet seen Baowa and the pitsoiieis before tbe geaeral
firing o mmenoi d. Bsowa proioxd tbat be ahould
retain ineseaalon of what lie bald, including the ar
mory and negroM. C L Wasuiauvos and lbs igher.
areinedloacquUscewlththlsarrengsment: Caoss waa
sent out to confir wtthBaraaaa end othsraoa the
snbject A gusrdwsnt with blm, who ware flred
upon. After that. Bvavaaa wanted to about, bnt
KrreuiiiBPIeied to lim, snd they went out
togtlhtr to et ip tbe tiring. When tbey did not re
turn, Baowa ectmed ttahow ttmper, and there wea
a charge In the airangementa. After tbat, Baowa
said he bad It tn hla poser to destroy last pUoe tn
half an hour, but would ut't do tl, uukas resisted.
Think a shot from the wslsr-Unk sti uck Cor r ex. Be
thru returned tbe fire, and awe one aaldl "Tbat
mau's down." . Tbe siax-Ul object of witiioee la going
out waa to ate the firing from the lank, whion wa
anncymg to tb.avj lo tne guard-bouae.
A. M. KiiiaiiAJia, ewotni Made repeated effort
to cemmunloale matlers witn Baowa. Ha aald Ma
object tbsu was to fr.e lb aleveg from boudagv, and
if ee weary, fight lb pro-slavery meu for thai pur
pose. I waa firat eurpiUod, tnen lmllsnaut, aud
finally dl-gueted al'h Baowa. Ue aald to me there
U a a any of riflemen on tha bridge, get thera to
fo in caupsny with Bviriss Mr. Hc-vss told tbem
waa eorry they did not leave their rune
Svs v see lemaiked that would at da I
bad no place, end did not ooneUer myaelf
the bearer uf a flag ig truest a to tbe title eoujHtiy
nu lh bildge. I aaw they were our own men; waived
my handkerchief aud bad Bvsvuts and the other
uan tonmaln; soon beard firiugverye'oss; Braves
fired in reply to a shot wl lob etrack blm from the
louse by the a de of tba Winchester Balirnad depiA.
Bveviee swore, end tbe other aiaa raturaedt I tklnk
ItwasBaawa'eeax, Brsvaas aa abot before he fired
back the Uet 1 saw of Twtmrmjt k waa a priaoner
with the farryptoplew tha Midge. Kooas, Bcaa.
uaanr, Aautaaoa, aud teonty or thirty other w.re
there. Mr. Beoaaaa was killed at or about the
tin e Taoarsoa ws taken; did ant return to tb
tcglnt houM wttntM object Ml to prtreBt ttat