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THE WEEKLY SUN'
SATURDAY, JUNK 8, 1M1.
Mrard far Law Haaata.
A green envelope, bearing th print d-
ef th Nw Tork Snr, alto edirss ed In
Itfaf to WolAxb A Howa, 93 Broad?,
,4 anatarnlag baaiaeta aepan of vela to the
Bar alow, wulost, tome day ago, probably
ttiiM. Th finder wm b liberally re-
I vM oa luving th ptptrt at thi office, r
enlth Woman 4 How, 98 Broadway.
Peata af aftrpaaa A. DagU.
Tin dutk tf tb Hon. Snrtn A. Dova.
Ut, at tab erUt la Um history of oar Ue
wbae,wm U regretted by thotiaind, and
ten oT thousands of our d'lzena, u grut
public calamity. If oar tpeclal advteet from
Waehiruton may bo trailed, bom win feel the
Mew sioro teven'y thin th reap ntiV Lead
pf Uo Ssllon at th!t great rriria kat othr
eminent nd of Illinois and of tl Democrtcy
tf Labor, rTtotdent Ltit-ol v. Tbo enem e of
too R-p Vie, tho men who hie violated vry
political, locial and moral bllt OJ, anJ htv
taken up arms fori au ivervi m of t1Con
rlltutioaandoftaelawt In 'raoolrg which iVy
Lad a po sBtvdce--.ill,laafi.ue,lths'lrlt,x-nit
over th detta f ooo h patrl.itie aliex
ance hart foa'ttbated, la ao Urg a deg,
to lnpir tba Northern d-unxrmjr with a n-
thoalaetlc feeling of devotion to the l ulou.
Ho o'.htr man kail such a bold va Uia af
fecJctt cf the peupLuDirraa.'iA. Dooola.
II Ml tho rrpreenla'lve maa of Ida earnest,
telling Demterecy.o the ountry. Rising from
the mhi of iht teople to a position of com
-sanding Influence, ke never becam alatatl by
hbiuceeae, or fornot tba Riand prlaclpla whle1!
nndarllaa all oar loa'J'otlnoa, tbat Um paopla
ra tba trot aoarooof poar, and tba flail ar
Lltari of pablic policy. Af a politician, ba waa
wuabrawd and anr-;tle bayjnJ all coapetlt
ora, and ai a patrbt ba baa baas mora blltarly
katod by tba traltori tban any otbar man.
Tba nama of Mr. Docola It ao familiar to
all oar raadars, and tka loading Incident! In
hla panoeal blitory hara to ofttn bara pab
Uibad, that It la acarctl- necaaury to near to
thorn at tba pruant tlma. Tat, a brlaf bio
a.rapUo.1 tkatch of tho champion of popa
l&r aoranlfnty moat ba of lntarrti. Mr.
Dovqla aa daacandtd Irom a Scotch fimlly
who omlgraUd to thla country at an oarly pt
rlod la oaf alcnlal aettlamenta, and aattlad (a
Now London, Connactlca. Subioqnantly, ona
mambar of tbo family remOTtd to Mtryland,
attUnx on tho baaka of Ua rutoauc rlrar,
Boar tho promt alto of tka city of Waahlnf.
toa. Hla daacandanti, now Tory aamtrout,
aro to bo foand In Virginia, tbo Carolina, and
otbar aoatbara itataa. Aootbar aonromalaad
at Maw London, and hi daacaodanta ara wMa
ly icattorad orar tha aor.harn and waitorn
Tba fatkar of Mr. Dooolai, a phyalclan or
aoma rapata, m bora at Stipuaotown.Ktaa-al-aar
County, la thla atata, Wban qalta a yoang
nan, ba ramorad to Brandon, Batland County,
Vermont, and after comp'a'Jng hla itudiei and
obtaining a good practloa, ba marrlad a MIm
Tiac, tha danghtar of a ranpecUbla firiar in
Draodoa. Tha iaraa of tha muruga waa a
daagh'.cr and a orha nbjoct of tho praatnt
atetch who waa born on tha Bdof A pi 11, 1413.
Oa tba flrit of July following, Dr. Docolai
diad tnddanly of dlaaaaa (f tba heart, while
holding bU Infant aon, Staroxa, In bin
We may bara lUte that tha granfmothan
of Senator DooaLaa, mataraal ant paternal,
war both daaomdod from WillUm Auaot-n,
who waa ona of tha afeoclatai of Kooia Wil
IjAju la foandlng tha Colony of Rhode Itland,
and wkoaa ton waa appointed Uoromor of that
Colony by CaUKLKa tha Second. Hence tha
nama BrtraKR Arnold Djcolaj. Immedi
ately after tba death of Dr. Docolai, bit wid
ow ramorad to tha riddance of her brother,
Hi. Fua, aomo three mllee from Biandon.
Uer aon 8tbtbu( waa aent to tha district
achool at an early ago. Ua attended there
a'eadJy dnrlng the winter acetone, and wetk-d
on hla oncle'a farm the residue of the year.
Whin fiftun yean of age ha aakod hit uncle
to tend him o the Academy, bat the ancle
baring married a year pru lonely, and taring
aa heir to hla aetata, related the roqaeat.
The youEgDoroi.it tken taw that ba matt
dpend upon hla own energies, and toon after,
Idddlng farewell to bit mother and sister, set
out on foot for Mlldltbary, foarteen mile dis
tant, where be apprenticed himself to a cabinet
m.W. Thcugh a rather sickly boy, he ap
plied hiss self eanustly to hit work, nd die
played mack mechinlce! skill. Ills health
failiog, ha wu obliged to leere the shop at the
end of two yean, whan ba entered tha Academy
of hla aatiie town and studied for twitra
month, nuking remarkable progress,
la tba meantime, bla titter bad married Jo
uot N. OtAJSata. Esq., of Ontario Coanty,
Haw York, and bit mother subsequently mar
rlid Gbiuci Qaaaoaa, Esq., father of Jv.
una. Toung STarva, at the reqaeat of hit
mother and ttepfa'ber, remored with them to
their borne near Canandalgna, aai became a
atudaot In Canandalgna Academy. Taere ha
remained nearly three yean, acquiring an
English and Classical education, and devoting
a portion of kle time to law ttudies. At that
time It required a course of sereo years to en
title a atndant to be admitted to practice lav,
four yean of which might be tpent in classi
cal ttndlee, bit inch was the prjgrtet of'
joung Douglas that, upon a thorough ex
amlnatim ba was allowed a credit of three
jesrs for bla claaalcal attalnmanta. lie kept
ap bit court, U'weyer, until be removed
Welt la 1P33.
At Canandtlf aa ba first showed his taste for
political con r or ersy, warmly espousing tha
tide of 0a. Jackso, who waa re-electel I'rea-
Ideat In 1831. Among bla fellow etudent ht
wu greatly biloved for hit genial kindness anj
frank disposition. In June or 1 833, Mr. Djoa.
taa, than under twenty-one yean of age, left
Canandalgua to tarn for hlmaslf alirelhood.
Ill went first to Cltalind, Ohio, then. to
CiBclcnet I, from Cincinnati to Lculsvllla, and
from Louisville to St. Louis, but In non of
thee places could ha find any pror pact of tuo
otaa, though he met with kind friends, among
whom war Mr. Kowaau Bath, then a law.
yer In large practice.
Mr. Dooolu then turned bit steps north
ward, aad la November of 1833 landed at Al
ton, Illinois, with only a few tentt In hit
pocket. H had not yet attained bla majority,
from Alton k want to Jajkaonvllle, where
bla naoassltle compelled him to tell torn of
bit school book. A fsw dayt after he went
oat to Wlncheeterto teak emaloymeat, and
WU there fortunate enough to be employed u
clatk far Una dayt by aa auctioneer who wu
tailing out tb affect of a bankrupt mart bant.
lilt address aad promptitude won him many
fjiend among tboee who atUadad the auction,
and be nru induced to open a achool, which b
ceadactod for tar mot tha. At tba doe of
.... --m -J I. ..J. ....I. I,
laa ptrun miw sjhuw aaiv uw,
and opened aa offlo la JackaonvlL'e.
Vrom that time hi aareer wu apward.
VXwKgf, tct and plnck, broagbt Um ell.
aua4 made him friend. H engaged arn-ara-
ta tba oolltical aiaeaatiou of that day,
oalngtk democratic tile, and lt-wM (
the close of hit first public speech la Jack aon
Tflle that tha tame of "LtttU Qiaat" wu
given to Urn. At tha foQowtng temtoa af the
Legislature, h wa. chosen Stat Attorney,
an office which a filled wltb great aradit.
SubMquta'l. be waa elected to tb SUU
LeWatr I'U l$U,li ail cbotea Jdge of
the SapremaCoattof Illl, and la 1813, h
wu elected to Congrea. II wu re-elected
la 1841 and ta 1846, kul did not Uk bit teat
under tie last election, aa, In the meantlote,
bawu chosen to the Seaato of tb United
States for a term of atx yaart, from March.
4th. 1817. Mr. DouoLAt hu tinea than been
retained In tb United Slttet Senate by tha
ttae of inibeti.
The leading Incidents la Mf. DotroLAt't ca
reer u a Senator of tb United Statu wa need
not rectpltnlate. At a member of the House
tf Beprteenta'tvea, b mtlotatned, during tha
Oregon boundary dlrpute with Eigland, that
our title to the whole of O'egon to latltad 54,
48,'wu Indisputable. la 1810, he drafted the
joint resolution declaring Txai to be ona of the
Unlhd State, and be wat a warm defender of
ttt war with Mixlco. Ilia connsctltn with
th rp I f the Mlneourl Compromise, hit op
toltknto the subservient coarse of Mr. Bo.
ciiaha towards the sou'hira otlgardiy, his
ibivairtat and sacctaaful canpalgn In Mtnolt,
when iBAnsK L'ncom wtt til rival for
election to the United SUtet Senate, and hi
nolle and patriotic support of tha Administra
tion of bit political ecemy.when tree ton threit
aned the txJsttnce of the Qorernmtnt, ara
matters too wall known to require mon than a
This Is no tins to criticise Mr. Doooiai's
qualltlea tl a legislator and u an orator.
That can be done batter when the feeling
which the announcement of bit death causes,
bu lost tome of It Influence, lie bad hla
fault, but what man U faulUeea. IIo had
bitter enemies, bat Us enemies were chiefly
among those wbc had or bar ne lore for their
country. But be had botti of wtrm and at
tached fiiaads, and to them hla memory Is en
deared; while In the history of his country bit
name will live u the name of one of Itl great
political leaden and patriot!.
Oar Board of CnncDnin, at their neeUaa
list eroatng, adopted resolutions expressive of
thelrfsellag towards thelata Sana tor Dovolu.
The Alderman did not meet. Tee Taamaay
Socle y, of which Mr. Do cola wu member,
met last evening and appointed a committee to
draft lulttbl resolutions rtgarllng tba loas
which the country sustains la the death of Mr.
Tka Fin Haul.
Wit have newt today of the first Important
conflict between the rebel force aad tb United
.State troops. The rebels were laglorlooaly
defeated, losing most of their camp equipage,
arm and ttoret. The death of the gallant
Col. Kh.lt, of tha First Virginia TO Rgt
mant, who participated with the Ohio troopt In
the attack on the reltel camp, will be deeply
regretted, lie It the flnt Virginian who has
fallen la battle, amettyr to the cause of the
Mllllary aad Naval Mevemeata.
The War Department wu engaged ail Sat
urday la artsotlag tor the disposition of tka sol
diers now at Toft Lesvmwotth. Companies ef the
td Dieatone, Tlh and 10th lofaatry, til and Mh
lntortrj, eoanpoei the diUckments which are under
order so rert at tha Fort uatll tb officer wht ws
senl to Wahlntou reeun.
M.w that tha exetructloa ef slum imb-boa's f
the regular navy bu ba ditermiaed oa. It wt'.l
baletariitlac to give a eaaleosent of those already
lalbe aerrlca. There are onljo'ght lotheNtvy,
the dieusstooa aad totntgt of which ara u fol
Tonari: ltMt. Width, Bl'iott.
Benlnol bit ill 31 Hr.sd
Peaiet m '1M 41.... D k'd II at
liuuo. , ,.,,.1000 ? IMaleillemaiaa
MoLicen i4 1XS tl Af.icM
Wjemlo- Hut U1 S3 Facta
Daoulab likir m Bi...EaHudl-e
Nin8oa'.. soo W......B1 YtSfx
8 (toew M 103 IC .'Ewtl'dee
lie Teue trooie we est at down to Foil Uemll
ton, beg aad lggge, cu BaOlej. Thty ocjupv
the quaiters ead tout. Tbe r oflljere go to Weatw
IrgVin Ar CqartmuUl duty. Tka mtn nuabar
over MO. Tbty are a rougli, banly it of fallows,
Jual fit for war, but thilr oaXa iraka Um garrlaoa
gua'd so ta ae the prases! ond ct It concerned.
The t'. S. cbaitered steamer It. 11. Cuyler wu
put finally In comwlieloa yteardty, at the II ook
IjaNivy Vaid. Toa vteiel left Ike whsif last tva
nuif. Tie Wekeeh hei satis d. She has mora souben
lUau aorthain oominlistouid kSbere.
TILE LATEST NEWS.
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BY TELEQRAm TO TUB K. T. BUD.
Ike Prlars Albert tu Mijeka.
Two Days Later from Europe,
Ajincsnilon or Ht. Domingo
M SISTER CLA 1" TO TOE LOXDOX TIUSS.
SI. Joint, A'. '., May 81, tit SacliiUt, A'.
H.,Jun lThe eeaiustilp Pi lore Albert, from
Gtlwsy, on Tuesday, tbe tie! ef kty, amved here
at C o'clock thla evening.
IKr advtcea art two dais liter thsu thjee by the
America at Uallfex.
The steaashlpA-la. from MswYoik, arrived a,
Quetnstow on the 80th ef htjr.
Tha political aewa by the prince Albert la ua
Im pot tent.
Ttt Q wen of R ala kad signed tbi dteiee fr alia
anneittiou of 8a Domtngo.
rut aauLuui aomrr.
An atusaduiSDl to tbe HudgM will be uvd oa
the lUd, te Ua tflaoi thai tue O-mmt a be Inal u't
ed to divide tbtfi ja'osi. and reissue bd , euat taib
May be Mi.ai.uij mated.
RTner.ttaieai.iaianal bu puNlabed a notice
at tbe Oalwey Qootncl has taru.liiatd.
Mr. Ciar, the Aertceu Iflnleur lo Huatla,
wntee to the I.-nd m Tmil oa tbe A verioaa Btrug
gle, In bitef and dent.iv tense. He safe lie re
volted slates can be eubJwd kut It la no! p-opceed
to subJugUa Item, but elxp'y te ut down the
meloitla('S. KjtUui'.i.vrt a to stand hrlnt
I'nlos, Il-I'qui wtther Kngleil etn ett" rd
t loffxd liel'aal BUtat ai.d 11i.04l.i1du eo ee
our In tb. fume aaits twie levoiuttoo atd
rbfrlrnenibilieisettv.Dl'iri ta io aal of ia
verge Heooao ude.bi Koglaud te tbe uttuial
all uf tba I'oltad Buate
ttaia ad ma rtsaou MIMimV.
Tkl litptndtnc Btljt evatee tha Lwd Cow
u tee lui-ueud .geirel we rigblof laflataa lattr.
vinUon la4rra,olalmtd by tbe Fench Mia airy.
A fiel la in.t d to sail on tha f.'d, lor Usrout,
lo briair tha French anny benae.
TbeDalgtaoOiambar of Usputles votaJ uttanl.
taokaly tba new treaty of cimmirce with Franse.
ikhuoh rr eta unwxon.
Tbs fpinUh Qov tamsot hai resolvsd t) aoot
the ceeaiua of But Pooungu.
a usa vi uiicat,
Ona hundred thsusaad ducats, deetloei to pty
the teecltiisiry bands, aula large dap it of p' un
der, ban tevtaaistdla tneNt.olln Provinces
Tie Ea pe w of Aualrta hae arrived el Trieste.
A1IOOT 0OTTO.1, An,
The Ilonbe mall of tba (Tlk ull , aad from
Calouita tba ltih, bave been teoelvad. Tea aewa
ta uutn. etat, Tbere was mush sctlvltjr In the
cotton Intereat. Pan neon outtoo waa adrencloa.
Tbe tnirt niaiketwts lull, aad frelgliw leas
ladle wu quiet. Tbt native troopt wtrtdaiUn
ad to giac utl y beooma Irregular,
Littrptct, May SI. Oorroa. Tba ealee of eot.
too lr ID lao aaya, lnolodlng Meodey, were It,.
WU Dale, I uou of wnioo was 10 ,pgu eure anc
porura Tba market oloaed etead.aad wtln 1
Hiaedetutri geaaraUy ware steady,
11L Provtatooa were ateadv.
Ouaol li 6-g Nr money.
War Movements, cc.
Death of Judge Donjlu.
an nuxmiaan err.
Haral Brlgaaa OroWaa Back.
ACCIDENT TO COLOXZL BARTLETT.
Tb Oataaete at a N. Y. RealaMat Attar ke4.
BA LTIKORK CtTY OVA 1M DtBA RXBD.
A treat af Rebel aa tkelr War la llaraer'e
UrTXRKSTt.YO MOM TIMtA CIFIC COAST
miVATEEBS TO BE LOOKED AITKR.
REBEL STEAMER St.tZED A T QCEUI.V.
Battle at Phlllippa, Va.
nOlT OF TIIB KBDKfX.
FpteUl Ditpattk tt K York 8n
Waiiidiotob, Jan 3, 1$1
Tier DfAtn or DOOOLA.
But a lew hourt before the announced death
of Judge Docolai a measage waa taken to the
rrertdont, which stated that thert wu every
probability of bit ultlmtte recovery. When
the decease of Mr. Decant wti told Mr. Lib
ooui he wu greatly aflocttd and for tome time
remained In thought, lie bad received much
aid from Docola, and had rtliel apon bit
strong Union fetl'ngt for dtmonstratl'oe even
more t'gnltctnt thin tboe madt by the an
tor since the inauguration. ItadDuroia
livid he would have held a position U the
Federal army, after the afjvarcjn nt U Coo
grits. All IFJOMCIWB PT.
MAVAatit L. Basjaii in cousin of 8 mater
BtvjAMia, bu been ia tried In this city dar
ing tbe but wtk. The fact wu aurpocted by
the Goveramettei Pulic. but hit wbereabout
could not be arcertalned. Ua hu no gone
and left behind him. tdfreed to C-pt Daa
uao of the Capitol 1'cllce, one of the moat re
markably Impudent letters evir written. He
bouts of having the fulliat Information con
cerning tb retourmof tbe Government, and
also of it intention. Thi he ba dally
tent by faithful mtaaengtrt to IUchmond.
It teems dear beyond a doubt that Qsc:
L who occuplit to prominent a position la
the Confederate army, tied hit Influence with
tka autboritiet of Virginia, hoping that that
tttte would occupy a ttutrsl ground, and that
bar troop would not I put Into th field at
ill. II did not succeed, kowever, and it now
compelled by rlitn of bit commlmioa to light
agalntt bit wUl.
I1K5BT WABO BBICaBX.
Another of your Ktw Terk reglmtntt item
to be In troub'e. A dispttch hu been reeeired
here today, stating that Ilaaar Wabd Bkich
b wLl b her tomorrow morning to tee what
eaa be don concerning the acceptaace of th
Brooklyn rhalanx. It teems ttrtag that
there should be such continual complaint from
th city nd tttte of Ntw Yoik, all reflecting
upon the boainett, haUtt, and efflclency of Itt
TIt BATAL UlttOADC
A I lilegTsphod you last night th matter
of thlt Btglment hart comt to a crltit. Qea.
BoTUit having declined to reosh a It and hav
ing to nt tilled the Wu Department, an oOcar
wlU I e,Ietlled tl proceed to New York, to taka
evidence at to who la the responsible pirty la
the affair and taper t to the Secretary of War.
OJN. a CKI.lt BAICIAUE.
The diatch In todsy't Tinvt coicirnlng
Geo. Eu aiia, It singularly Inaccurate, and
dees great injustice to fiat gentleman. lie
hu In bis possession tn order from Mr. Csmi
BOB, directing bim to rsiso a brigade, with
vi blob, be Is to report at Washington, II hu
elo written Instruction! u to thi number of
maa (S,C0O) to be raised, and written direc
tions to the position (Brigadier Genera') to
be occupied by hlmeelf. I niakt this statement
by atthority, and would also remark that tha
announcement of your cotemppi try to the con
trary, has caused n flood of talegrephio commu
nication to perplex and annoy the Secretary of
War this evening.
WHAT COXOBXai WIIA DO.
You may be assured thi'. Cragrsu will matt
prepartd to ttkt ttrong ground upon thi que,
tion of runawty tltvea, and also that of sltvu
taken at ccntraband by th vtr'.oai dlrlalons
of tb irmy. I bit no doubt tht Congreaa
will declare lha slsve of disloyal cltlzant free,
and will mike provision for them according
ly. That tta Truldent apprevea of thla I am
aura, and that Mr. Sawabd will, when h dl.
ctttl It to be the detlre ef the North, tt iqually
rlMAOl to rcBito botldiioj.
Although tie troopt while quartered In th
Capitol were ginerally careful of tbe fur al
tar therein, It will be round nteeiiary to re
farn'sh tbi Seatt Chtmbtr with new desk,
u many of th old ones are destroyed, for
While mtttir requiring the attention of
the Cabinet were removed from political Is
sues, that body wu a unit, but now thlt the
eret luting darkey question bu re-ailaen, th'
appear discordant elements which threaten
endless discussions and hard feeling,
THSK ABILAITD CXMtnMI05IR1.
Watkmgton, June S. While there it n
oouut taat tnneoriae s'k OumnUaeioeen ap.
auinlad by lha t.f Utaur of Meryiaad hive wall
ad a Prtaldaat-Dtvia, do ulbnnatloB eaa be
obtained bete lo show tba la.tr uwtalaa,ai la
etruoKd, have yet tBtclaliy viattad rrealdaol Lia
TbeplanoforteB'satloa Airthevotualeer bretr,
dastaoatad in Oaaeial Order, May 4th, is 1 mod
ifiadae lo allow 00 suweoa aad aaa'sunl to etih
K'gtmsol to te sppotn'ad bi lb Qirveraort of lb
le.rJte ttetM, eubjeol It tb apirovsl of th
TBirkaa rem nil aoiia.
mulenanu Cuutm.ua aad Uoaroa, bevleg ten.
dered tbetr lealgnaaoiu to avoid Deiag callea unM
lor aillvt lervtoa, aetr tam a have beau stricku
Bom tha lolls tl the aimy.
At It o'clock Ittt n'gbl a tqued ofaecettoa ctval
ry snaoea daah al tbe .uleu of in. tt b Ntw
1 urk refluent, and Bred upon them. Toe alarm
wu Inetsctly lounded, end the regtmeat luruei
ous and a auiU'tag puty dlepsWiked lo pureullof
the antuiy, who retieatad. Toe fire wm retu.nal
kythouipoaUoftbelsin,wltt what affeuttanot
kaowa, aa It iibibt V.M eiowdlnglj dark. Me
daaag whatever wis doas by th enemy,
tut euoore or wsa
Tib asvea sleaBi alcopa of war authorised by leal
Uoaeiaee are l be Based aa follows 1
TLoae to te belli al Pwumouth, K. U , the
' Keenest and " O elpe") tbe Iwo al Utaton,
l Uouiatonlo,' and WachuaeU"! fie one u
New Yo k, "AelioudKk-1 andtbuee at PblladeU
I hla, '-Juniata' and "Tuaoarora."
ik to win urrmt.
Th N"l I,viumt IMBmoklin Ntvy Yerd
wtUIVecharg.,if all lelltra for the blocaailag
Thar at now IS vnawl of wu la th Oulf of
Mtaius It oa th Atlantic Owl and 10 ta lb
Cteipek eac FotoaaM. Every eienioe la beta
saade toaddtophitUliwUhlht lata petatbl ae
7t rsmrxnk W Ba Looaco arraa.
Tba Nevy D-eerttaral hu rwatvad diapatebw
'irm Cspt. Krrwix. ef tbe t'nlted Seat stisnar
I aianaa, dated Bay of Faaaaaa, May Bed. U
kW,b.mya,sar W tXrYW
Ike Fiesidaal prtrssssallia la refer! e pvieanded
lerver at sea em, harlag ieee aetiBet by
tbe Faetaa Mad tasaahl7c wpaay of tka anp
poeed pnetaaa tt?arlvvtss taehe Fsetaa,! bed
partly ssasftaadfeslara thepaaartsasal,by
l ttt ittea tWCysaa, bet aeea that port aad Maa
saaOK and kaa also MsasasWea eraar ta
tdawtkarsaelra am tka Se, atarja, seal whaa la
t tdiasusormetrat eaaa a Itaaeaadla. atd ee
eState wnh 0ai Baaeu, la afforduc proeeoaei t
Im esail aeaeiansak the nwat eipoaed lute of
iteooaee, WT tee tuanui reaii seeaeMr eaiuw
the Mil 1" t, I wOl (orwavd InstrutUoe
I Vept Mew Iv pfoeeed leanaedlMely with tbe
nnrattaeett ee in rauer oc ane fjfaae, wmicn,
lielaiaer ve-l, eflvreoatvlatiker awrit al thla
pnn,wtllb dlapateked to (all ao, aad dlenhtrge
the anttis of the Nmiaannl as that plena.
Caps. Mivaaixt eat eamaimieelioa UMthel
b xpeot.d to tell from Sia flvandsce with tb
Wyoming f r tblt tort, about the flnt of JIM I
thra'd 1 bear, bowntr, of Ik fn-lhw deteottoa of
bat vaaaat, I wdl atreet C'tpt. Mmnsu. to renel
vrith tb Wyoming el la F-eactMe,ee attHd
protecBun to oar laWreee u leal pteoe. le mr
seders lo Com. Bissau, I have directed faal
vlgl'.oc to be exercised oa tae arrival aad dr
paitu't of the ilU a earner U the tori af Aca
ptt'tvaadwUl lnttrucl Ctptala Hcrrlolhttame
TBOOT SKTVTKO no TB rTTV.
Th tmrpe wbe have b-n quarterellu tbe e'ty
ire gradu''y bete anrred to enna'apmenl oat da,
m'Kh eetb.g arfi al"nof lbs illlsma.
Tb Z ivee are eauaia lhaniaalvaa tn Bia'na
la order lha fire snglaee of tb iill,aad krytag their
ranaatv lo Miuirt.
Ctplila Uiu, wko was killed al Fetrfet Ciurt
Hruaa, wee a member of thi Virginia State Cm
venll and a aeetnbar 'cl of th L iglalaVure from
Reliable lararanatlna bu reached here thai lbs
ea easlnn lions U Pel 'fa a Omrt Ifmas number
(O0 el Cf ntrevUle, 1.000 al ln or Fairfat 1
llna BOOiandat atmeuaep Jtincttoo, from 4,0)0
TbaOtilnaldi Onard want into ctwp telar ea
the aa.eru branoh of tbe Futona;, near the Nsvy
i Irvine 01 nrria Attn.
Tle llth few Yrn-k Rcgtaieit ham bee order.
ed to eleep on lhlr anna tnatb, ant rfirts ar.
irevalenl ef additional troop, aoea Ij be diaptlck
ed to Virginia.
Battle at Fbilippa, Va.
S out of the Rebels I
COL. KELLY, Of THE rtRST VlRGtNIA
REG I M EST, KILLED.
Cincinnati, Jmt 3. Two column of troop
trim 0' n, McCuxlanI eosnand, va. under com
mand of CoL Kau.1, if tut Firat Vlrg'ala Valaa-
leere,udthe other under eo amend of Uolotet
Cainr mfi, rnpoel af the ledlaaa Volua
leers, 111 Greftva early tail night, aad,
after march1 ng urhg th ntlr ntghs
about twetly ml.tr, through a dtaohtsg
rata, autprtead a oaotp at rebels, t.OOO
elroof, at Fhtllippt, Ta., aad routed Ibera, VlElaf
W and esvluilag a large amouol of arms, borate,
ammuotttoo, prora'on, MTptquTUtiAe, Tee
uiprwtwu eaupletr, au I at the but edvltaalha
Federal troop, were la hot pursuit of th reb.u.
It I pmlabl t' t maa' prlaon a will ba taken,
Ool Ksiir was mortally wounded, and ba since
died. Beviiral ef-.en of Ik Federal trepe war
AUrmdricL, Virginia, Junt 3. Thar
wu emaber eleroj tbiut 11 o'olock leal
night. Iiwureundby Ikcuddaalal dlKaarfl
or a tno In the leads of a tool ml, whlrh wm fol
lowed by tbe firing of o'hsr smtlasla who thought
an attaok had been mads.
oOKTiuuxn stmuL u 19.
Th gnvarnmenl hit tsken poeseesloo of IwJ oars
al the Oraage A Alsxaadrta road, oaa'aln'eg a
quenHty of aekel etoekt en t two buee of highly
nnlabM tools tor lha eouaruollon of losplamanw of
wer. Each box Is valued al $1,001
Ceo, r. B. If sous baa beea epjninted Fravoat
Marshal v Warrrnur, reUevtiU bit osrara.
ora ranor tararaiad a aiaaoao.
Th Orar 1 and Attxandrta road, wh'oh I satis
a ooatlauatlou of lb military line, U rapid lr betog
rplrd by the federal force'. Tbtwork U uadtr
th char of oomnaatnl enalnrera. Thar are at
the depot bare one good le-omotve, twe old cent
aware, on paee-jger oar, fifteen baggage, ent
powd ; tad lv goadolaa.
Tbe Zautvea ara pickets! on tha Fairfax raid.
The woman aad child -ea ar gradually re u-ntng
lo town. Quiet iui to reign.
Flaws Fertrea. Mearee.
vua aivai. axiouit to arrraa.
Fortrtu Monro, Sundn, ria. fijltintrf.
Jun'3-HmOeriflhsWirbip r jnot lha N.vJ
Hi Igai a waa not aooepted, but resume tn N rw York
Ijuighl by tht etaeaer C m ttcielcu. Their
aiaa aad ammunition art retained by order of O ea.
lllTLU, who Is p'ao d In the moat ansiarraatlng
poeition by the tret ace 1 of tbe brigade.
traiori vurr to ool nisrarr.
Cot. BiRil.trr, In an unfcrtuaat mldilghl eioe
dltkm toB a JtipsMlfrom the ptrert, breillng
hie clavicle ana recelvlnt internal uj ariea, lie is de
1 rloua today and wt.h hla family, where be will re
main. Toe bHgtd It not yet aware of lie deruaa Uon.
Ao imrsti u sipeded when tbe aewa la announc
ed. The uvfortonall situation of Oo1.Buri.trr suites
the dVieot sytupsiby.
Baltimore, Jun$B. Gov. llicat thlt morn
lncdimanddand renewed the muakeU of the HU.
ttmore U If Uuwd, 139, ltd bad them oevyed to
Henrat mea limit to stut fbr Utrpirs F-irry,
wt t anaat'd thla morning tad taken to tbe i'jit.
Boeton, June S. . The steam trigat Colorado,
at Cbarleatown Nevy Yard, wu planed la ootnmle
stoa this morning, when her lutriae tua-d of 50
men end 600 eeamea wen on board. Tbe Colorado
rarrleaonelt huh tueaadla,Ono piunda we ght
fo ward, and one 10-lnch gun and 12,000 piuid.
raifaoVnWa, Jan 8 Writ r htbeu cor-
pus,rlunabtn Tueeday, wate (rented In the
cue of Ihrte mea arraatad la Mujltnl, ehtnrad
with brWg burning, and removsd So York. Tu
write were sJarsusd to awteral K,ibe bear.
Id before Judge Caiwau.araa, a brother of iba
FougUeepeie, A'. Y., June 3 Thar ia eri-
drntljagaogefeecseelou'als la P.eaeanl VaQey,
la thla ooumy. A fl tg was ralaed by tha Preeby
terlaa t'burcb oa Biturdav, when three), wjte
m.de of destioylng tt Ua Oaarday night Ike
cbiirehwwset in fire, but lha flaraea ware extin
guished before much damage wsa dene.
Tbe Irea Mteamer Feerleaa.
Montreal, June 3. Tht iron steamer Purbits,
which I euppostd lo kavt been boogkl ft the Con.
feCertt Butes, hss beea selstd at Quebec, U the
tulaaoe of lion. J. R. Oiouaua, United Btate Uoa
Death af tteaater Deaglaa.
Ckteago, June 8. Senator Donauu died at
ten minute past t o'clock thla morning. Tooae ta
aUsndenro al tba Unit were, Mn. Dovuua,Dc
Miiiaa, Ms Crm 1 J. ManiaoN Crrra, Jr., of
Waebiugtoa 1 D. p. lumnra, of Cleveland 1 Dr.
HiYhsab, Srncea C. Bamiiu.and Dr. liar, of
Chicago. Ilia remain, will b liken from beta oa
Wedaeteey lo Washington.
Re. neet t Jadge Deaglaa, eVc
Canandalgua, June 3. Tiding of the dttth
of Judge Ducuue fills tha hearts of ourcllliane
with sorrow. Our be la ar tolling, aad the Oige
U half wasU'draped In meumlng.
A eplendtd flegrtaff wu relaed lu front of the
loan Home amid cheer of Ike people today, aad
It now beere a Bar In mourning at half meat, out of
tenpeot lo Judge Dovaua Be iDoootat) wai
educated here, and U rememleitd by maay of our
cltliana. A fine portrait of him ociupUu a promi
nent pieltlon la our County Court rouo.
afra J N. Oataan, the only sister of Judge
Dorntea, while en her way In toe cap- at C if inn
P. print., to take th train tor C Usage, oa 8 tturday
lei,wea thrown from her carrlagi and wu Injured,
and barely eeueped with her life.
Tb mother of Judge Dotal who residual
CUftoa Bprlrga, It overwhelmed with grief M the
deita of bar only aon.
Th New af Jadg Deaglaa Daalk.
VuyUeejues, June 3. On th publication
of the 1 awe of the death of Senator DuvoLaa, moat
of the Hurt throughout tlieely were lowered to
half aa.', aad tht bell toUed.
Tb Death Beaatar Deaglaa al Albaay.
Albany, June 8. Tb Intelligence of tht
death of 8eelat Dot oua oaruaa dp gilaf hare.
it us are nying itooa ua uepinri aao, otnar pieoes
at half roast, aaameikof reaped m hi memory,
AcrUtat I E. C. Delavaa.
Attunf Jwt 3. E C. DSLAYAV, WhlU
rearing along Broedwey thi eLaru aia, was knock
ed dawn by a plaltorm which f-U a'tdde.ly, Ut
wu tarloviiy out not daagtroutly bun,
M. Leal I saasa.
SI. nil, JuneS. Geo, Lrowbu appoint.
td Ool. Bumecmmaadar of ahatamat ta tbi
6sat Oou la eoramaed of P- better aaDta
taaw IelaB4pp'tMth arsenal hu renamed ea-
aas batta ell nsaan boala.
TkeeVh reguaeal ef MUaourl velunteeas Col,
Fawaa Buure, ware swot late tka fail ftstM
aarvtaa tor la war on Stsuidar.
Baltimore, June 3. A report prevailed this
tvsnlng thai a riot wu going oa la BatUmot,
growing oulofthefacl thai at tmUwu seal over
tbe Btlamer read.
Iths ('ncbeaa Seeertalaed ILal lh8pia.
haana torrybaelhea ben taken tor Ontramtiil
service, prevtatlag tba compaay from eeadlag th
Atrival af Ike Fanr Exf reea.
Fort Kran.rf, June 1.Tb fvny Etpres
paaawj hrrays-ri.'ay With B aFiaauaceaau U
Mev 1 1
San FtaneUeo, Maj tl. Tie maolilpal elee
lloaa. BArr .Imooo ihetltl ra-u'l-d I tr
tnumon of lea p pire Cat a i.Ckt tf en avera,
uajinltv of 1000
I ie bundled picked mea keve taiaeorel'ed for
0 '. Urrivrs euiunteer teg met-l, lorl.din as
nniiiU likl artillery and 4 eoa.paalteef 10
Tbs L'f lu'etiiT. a'Jojrned on lha 10 h, afar aa
irtia s eiun ' f nt dare.
Aavtaae from Uieoa tolhelJih of Xey sir lb a!
Usloa mielisgs ar bxlng be d tbroughjul th
IV ar Deputaaan aad Menaier Deaglaa,
lYath'mr'en. June 8. Th fallowing orisr
on tbe tf.'.ib 4 ftu. l)ncuisa will b iward to
morrow fiom lb trV.r liatjot 1
Wa Dar.ar.aaT, June III.
Tle diath of a gnat ..aiee .au ia lu a hour ef
peril cann lb. regarded tr.iwtne lata, e great
national cala ally. Btarus A. Dnruiu, a 1. a
arntatlvaoftlaivaipuwtriug Mat. lie tenllsteS 10
the ceiiM la whun ibey are eoaiieiia maa
who ntblv diacttarg-d ptrty f.r ctuatry a
Banator who forgot all prnJud'Oai In an em-a
desire lo nerve the I'Uilioi e MatMnian wh
lately mnlvnd tut the Chief tfegleutcy ut tn.
Ciiud 8tu. e vote .- only Is that by
ableh the Pml'leol wt .looted, and w mi had
every rtsaon te 00k forw.rj ta leagetresrel
uafu'Miwand hen a let to! whv d ended with
equal rial and ebtll-y Co Hitutoa u tl raae
lo u. ti em aur feihera, an 1 wnia laet ml el m upon
earth wai II aiof ral yu li t pls of ht oa
sUte of li Imla et 01 e man e ouort ta glorloui fear
of IheUiton, bee Imo eel ad froa tbe aotneiof
tini aid the field of tabo , Tula drpartraenl roog
nls ng ta hie dee-ue a lo. Iseiana with the
holooun'r, atd pr ifouudly a is ble of Iba grief
tl will xrtt arcog millioi of man, hereby aa
vieee Ike C leoela of the d ffireol regtwvi. 11
tare thla eidtrraat tooaonowte lielr raapaet'Vt
e-immioda, aid autrg.s lht ihesiior. ef ih. K
publlo be draped in ieoutdg la hoasr of the ibne
81 HON' CIWIXOV,
NaiiohalZooAtk. Th 10th Btglment,
N. Y. V., or National Zeuayee, Colonel Mo
CHiaxtT, ware yesterday afternoon rtviewed
at their quarter, oa Stady Hook, byGtaaral
Dix and Colonel Kirit, 17. 8. A and ac
quitted thamreivat most creditably. At nlit
o'elcck today, they will lure Sandy Hook, ar
riving here at lv o'clock. They will land at
tbe Battery, and march ap Broadway and 8th
Avenue to th bout of Jadge White, oa 6th
Avenue, near 85th strut, where they will re
ceive a handsomt ttand of colon. From thane
tbey will march down to tha foot of Boblatoa
street, where they will embuk oa board th
sUmr ' SUU of Georgia," for Wuhlngtta.
Cobb sown to Camp Scott That portion
of UmSicklis' Brigade, which bu boon for
tome tlm part quartered at the Bed Hoot,
fjarltm, went down yetterday to Camp Scott,
MonnaBTt 0T. Ta Seventh Bedment,
(Natlnat Guard,) ware muttered out of th
D. S. ferric by Lltut. CootwxiL, U. S. A.,
t their Armory, yeettrday aluraooa, at thru
DarARtraE op Tub FoxtSomtib Ubboeb,
Tbe toldiert broaght from Fort Sumter, oa Itt
abandonment, wtre yesterday dispttch 1 to
Cbambertburgh, Pa. They wtrt aewmpanltd
by a few recruit, making altogether 112 man
under the command of Ctpt. Dovblkdat
Tbe tugCatlin brought the men from Fort
Ilamlltoatorier No.' 2, North river, where
they embarked on the Btd Jacket.
WlltlWOBTH CaJtXOS Vt TTTB ritl.
Loyal Amuicant rteident In England hare pre
sented to our Government six of the celebrated
Whltwoith rlfltd cannon, two of which ware
brought lut week by tht ttumer BeraatJa,
consigned to the c ire of Meesn. SarrniK,
SracLDf-a A Coona, of thlt dty, and the
other four are expected by th rrtla. Of thou
which bat a arrived, one w.i exhibited In the
Park yetterday. It it a twelve pounder,
breech loading, earrlu a cylindrical ball, and
b rtHtd. Bat two and a half pound of powder
ar used, and the ball 1 Mid to b effectiv at
a distance of five and a half miles. The one In
the Paik bore the Inscription, "From loyal
American in Kurop to the U. 8. Government,
DlPABTOtK OP THB TlIIBD RkOIMUIT, N.
Y. V. Th Third BaglmtntN. Y. V., of Al
bany, Col. Towbiksd commandlag, left yea
tat day. They have for com timt back beea
quartered at tha Battery. Th regiment hu
received a good tupply of uniforms, blanket,
etc and 78(1 EnfleM r Mea. Altorathar the re
giment nnmbert 820 mtn. They tr a fin
hudy looking body of soldier. At about 7
o'clock, after passing tn review before the City
Ball, they embarked oa board th Jamas Ad
ger, at pier No. 4, bound for Washington.
DirARTvnop tbjb 4ra Hxawxirr of W.
Y. 8. V. Finer Boorr Ltrs GoAan. Tht
First Scott Life Guard, C1. Tatlob, left
Uitlr quartan at th old Areentl In tb Cen
tral Park, yeeterday afternoon, for the tut of
wtf. The regimental line wu formed on Fifth
Avenue at quarter past two. Eight hundred
and fifteen men were rrpwled oa parade. Pre
ceded by Dodworth't teconl band, tt regi
ment moved down (th avenue, 11th itrnt and
Broadway to tbe Park. The enthutium man
ifested on th lie of march wu rimarkabl
even for thi emotional city. At Spinglar la
tLtutt th young Ueiei crowded alike side
walks, balceeiu ami window, wating flag,
throwing bouquets till th "tmprnaalblt con
flict" In th soldiers hurt burst forth into
From the belcony of the St. Nlcholu a large
bouquet wu thrown, and picked ap by one of
the loldiert, who fixed it on hi bayonet. Both
offiotn aad men looked wall. The Utter were
dresred la light blue pant, and blue jacket
trimmed with red cord. The fBcertara re
markably experienced In military matter. Out
ef 33, 31 bave seen tervict In the Mexican war.
On entering th Park, line wu formed, when
CW. Tatxor addressed Aldermen FaoMiurr,
chairman of tba Comnltteion National Affair,
placing In hi band the oolort of tbe Scott Life
Guard, for mtn keeping til th return of the
regiment. Th rtsaon of thlt disposition of
th talon wu a quss'lca raiasd u to which
regiment of Life Guard th tolor 1 belonged
thi or that under Col. Wabd. J
Alderman Fbomert received the colon,
wishing tha regiment all tucceu and a safe re
turn. Bar-forming, th company marched to tha
t'eaaur Alabama, foot of North Moor ttreet,
oa which tbey embarked for Fortru atnro.
Col. McCbiukt'i 10th regiment wdl b la
New Yoik at 13 A, U., today, a.i march
tbrongh Broadway to th trani port. Their dea
tlna'Joa It Fortrau Monro.
raete aad Beuera.
.TaaTHianara Raomawr N. T. Volua
teera, ware taa Into ta Ualted Statu tar
vie at Trey, Satarday.
ABTtraant 0 ttra SAnoaAr, Brrtrt. of
Washfawrtoa, with a party from tha Uth Regi
ment aHew Terk, aad M-oral ooVtrt of th
marlueerpe, psodared etnelant aid oa Ssndiy
alght, la xtlngnthlng aa lacaadUry ire.
Tun GoTBnvmwT ita ourmm tk
large wharf tteamer which Uu at Ctbro the
It capable of carry tog mvsral thousand treopt
and etrtt. Tb Oovarnsaeat bat chartered 28
river tteamert at St. Looia.
Thb Savaami UMaatmn wOl probably too
gala be muierad lalo th aarvio, aad de
tailed to the camp on Staten Itland, for Um
purpou of Intt ctlng tb new leviea.
Tntt 1 bow oa or Cot. KcLiwotrrn 'a
ZonavM wu shot on Friday alghti Whil oa
guard duty three mtte from aJenandrla, a
trooper fiom Fairfax, tooatlng, discovered th
Zouave guard. He tied hi non to a tree,
crept stealthily npoa the tentinel. and pised
a ball tbnafrhtke headef his Vict la. Ilelnv
nt-dfa'ely atoonud ht bora aad srallopsd te
Fairt.x, axaltrngly reporting, wblle our Ij-iMO-tt
wu ibera, the cowardly act.
Tim rot L0W1NC Is aa extract of a letter writ
ten by Gov. Aai aew. Mist, to Oso,
WaJ.Biui.cn preaxln tSe latter gaatleman t
n'geiba (Jersl Uovtnmect to a vUoroa
pruar-cutloe of the war, by celling out alJi
tiitaltotci: There I a psrfeet unan'mlly ct sentiment ta
Mitr-tC'usetta Party o.oiee aid par v create
ae attarly Ignottd and f jr.ottao Tne pr
serv.Uitt of tha Union, the sapjort of th
UiVartment, aad the era .httlc tuuiihraint
end solemn exrloctl.o of traitwt ar lha
Cethitic iellctno' at til a ro'iideiiot mer
cy. We bave alwaya been lm,irfnad with tha
wtroomor wAtiiihoroi, who, H40. aavtt-t
thet five thousand Deo would tunics to quell
Mat's Rebellion. nplWdi Tbta I will Mad
bfteeaiteasaad men. Tsera can b no ml-
Ute tot at that,"
Tub riunoal tbe command of tha forcet
at St. I.-uia hu occasronait mack tpeculatioa.
Tb fsrtt of the cue are u follows t Otv.
Jacxmj wu playing ih ttate Into the ban It
of lb Itceulonistt u LXTCIIta did wlUi
Virginia, and McGornti I now attempting
wi h Kantacky. The recent rraagemnt
mde by Gen, IIabbbt wi h Gea. Picb, who
acted for Gov. Jicxaoa, gave the latter aa on
Crtitdty for providing for a atldt out tf the
men 1 but the fact that tbe irovernment la
rfettrmuvd to temporltt no longer withofQsltl
rf claloyal proclivities bu occuioned the
rbacii. Hence tbe cbwge In tht command
I rum Uea, Uajuixt to Gen. Ltob,
Tn Nrw OautAirt ricoytni of Wedueday
lest report th apaearanoaof th United Statu
tiip Br oc kirn off th mouth of tk Mlubulppi
river on Sunday tk 2Gtk of Jisr, fur th par.
po af commencing the blockade, adding u a
report that tb Niagara and Poahattaa are to
assist la the work. Notice hu been given to
the eommanden ef tbe tow boat that they will
b permitted to tow to tea, without Interrup
t'on. all outward bound vessels for a period of
fifteen day, commencing with May zC.
Tin rAPT ra op Jobs B. WAtftnroro at
Fairfax Court ilout wu a pleaaant affair. At
an infantry captain of th rebel f jrce, be wu
prominent In the resistance tt our cavalry, until
a trooper rode up, caught him by the hair,
lifted aim bodily npoa the pommel of hi lad
die, and holding him la thi position, charged
twice through the town. Capt. WAarrrsaroir
complained Utterly bat, after having bain
lectured by Gen. Scott, h commenced to lake
the oath 01 auegusce, ana wu released.
Camp natUr-A Loyal Th-gtalaa.
Tho greund are very favorably located, both
for defute and salubrity. The office 1 btve
their quartan tn several fine mantiant, rather
luxuriously laid oat. It la tht farm of Mr.
Skoab, who from hi wbut, corn and pita'o
fleldt can, andtr the circumstance, scarcely
hop to reap bountiful crop. II will however,
be well remunerated for damage. Mr. StoAv
It a steady Union maa, through thick and thin,
and hu taffered much at th hand of th
rtbal. II 1 a gentleman widely respected,
aad for many jeara represented ht district tn
th Leglelature of th state. II la th owner
of th Dygela Hotel, at tn Point, which, I will
her remai k, baa, with th axoeptlea of a tmall
put, whioh Mr, WnxABD hat rstervel f;r
note! parpoeat, for th aecommodatioa of lov J
stranger, bun turned Into a hospital. Cor.
Anoiiita Pbizb Captvbbo. Tha tchoon
tr Lynchburg, laden with coffee, bcoct from
Rio Janeiro, arrived, and wu taken posses tion
cf tnd sealed by the Commissioners on SI in
day. She attempted to tun the blockade at
Richmond, whence the wu bound, and thtre
Tub Nxtv School Hocik tn 79th, ttreet,
Nineteenth Wrd, wu opened yutarday, with
luilable exercise. The whole cost of the
building, licluding purchase of aite, furniture,
warming and ventilating apparatus, It 53,
089 CO. lht Primary Department can teat
1,200 children, tnd each of the Grammar Depart
ment! SCO. Tbe pupil of Ward tchojl No.
18, ll'rjsted tn Silt striet, ware present and
Joined In the mulcal txercite. Very Interest
ing addrettet were made by city Superinten
dent! RaitDALt, Kjddlk and Joaxa, and Com
miaaloner MacKeAh of th 12th Ward. Patri
otic reference wer made to tht present coidl
Uon of our country, tnd most of the tongt sung
wert of a patriotic character. Captain Lact,
of tbe7Sib Regiment, volunteered two tonga,
which wcr rapturously applauded.
CATnouoPaorrCTtt.Coo5cn.. Tb Sec
ondProrinclilCovirjcllcf the adet lutlcal pro
vince of New York wu opened oa Sunday, at
St. Patrick '1 CathedraL
A procession wu formed at the residence of
the Archbishop, composed of about forty
prusU, clothed In the vistments of their order,
cross bearers, and a numaront train of acolytes
ia white turpllcer. Next la order followed tb
biihopt, thsn Ih Archbishop, all clothed In
their PontiHc! robes tha latter, u be pro
ceeded to the church, holding tnblt raised band
the croxler, the symbol of ecclultstlcal dignity.
After tbM followed ether aeorytoa, &c.
Among tk blthopt who hv UMmMed
from distant eptrcopaclu aie B shop Ftrz
PATBiri, of BottOB) BaTLsr, of Ntwarkj
Bacoh, of Portland; McCLoaxxr, oi Albany;
Timob, of Buffalo t HcFablavd and Slo
Lodohiib, of Brooklyn, There were also
pretent assisting In th ceretoontes th blthopt
of Pototl and Guadalajara, South America.
Th prcceulen entiled th ttthedrtl from
tfott ttreet, and advanctd slo tiy np the aisle
ta the altar rail. Th Ushop and pritatt
having taken their places, the Archbishop pro
ceeded with the celebration of Pontifical high
The sermon wu preached by Bishop Two,
toa vtiy large and attentlte congregation.
After mm th synod mtt to deliberate upon
he affair of tha Church of the province of
New York. Th lyscd will clou Itt labort
on Sandty ntxt,
Tbe Mott Rtv. Archbithop Hconu, and th
Blrhop composing tht Council, mtt in the fa
cility of St. ratrlck't Cathedral, yesterday
morning at 10 O'clock, for the transaction ef
ecclesiastical boain.se. The Promoter, Stcre.
tarle and Notarial wer also present. Tbe
session, which ar Intended to bt ttrlc'Jy pri
vate, are conducted with dosed doors. Toe
exiled prelate! from Mexico wtre present du
ring th deliberations. At th prtviotu Coun
cil, held In 1831, the publication of tht bannt
of merrUfr wu mad Imperative 00 th offi
ciating clergy, aid th ftvortblt restlti which
followed the decree, will. It It nndtntood,
Vatvo It la tb pretent taulont undittuibed.
A tolema Pontifical High Mam for th repou
of th toult of th deceased PreltUt of th
Eccluiaatlcti Province of New York, will bt
celebrated tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, la
th Cathedral, oa which occasion a termon will
be preached by on of th BUhopt ol th
Cttt IfoBTAurr. Duth for th weak
adlng Jon 3d, S91 deoTeue front tut wvak,
tt; iDcreue froat weak lut yur, 11; -.
acuU dleeatea, S18; chronic, lit; external
caaaea, Ac., 89. AdalU, 171; chUdrtn, tl9,
malea, tl4; feentle, 177. CWored pertooa, 7.
Nrw Tobk Uoerrrat. Weekly report U
lty 81, 1861 1 Remtining oa Uty 14 th, 8.8;
admlttetl to May tlft, 104; discharged, eared,
or relieved, 64; diad 8; resaalnlag at data, 8ST.
Male, 32S; famaUa, 83.
Bdabo or Exctib. The Bmrlof Exeiae
met at 3 o'clock yesterday, and after granting
teveral licence to firat etas hotelt and talooat,
adjourned to meet at 12 o'clock thlj day.
Boabd or CoowcrLwaw. Th Bo arj bold a
regular meetlag aa Monday, Mr. Jobci th
President, la th chair.
Mr. LsaTT offered th following reaolaUan
In regard to th Sevtnth Regimett 1
Wher et Th offleen and men of tha gailaat
Bevscth Regimtnt, N. Y. 8. M., notsd lor th
alaeil'y with which thty al way respond te the
calls '4T duty, atr having ntbly and tacoeaafni
ly ak'nd la aco mp' a' log th tuk of opening
Ihewiy to and pro'eoiing tk Capital of th
httbvi, wbilat la Immineat danger from armed
traitors wt.o beleegured It oa every ttdt htv
Just returned tn our ct'y, tf which, both u
d illtiry oranitttlou aad u dittingaithed and
patriotic cillrena, they htv njnyd a wide
spread reputation, which their aolditrly de
meanor, united vlgilene aad aallagging eoar
gy la diacfaarglng tb arduout duttu front
which they have juitre'aroed, prove them ta
bv to well merited, be it therefor
Lotolved, that wa, the Common Coandl of
tbe ciiy of New York, welcome them back,
with feeling of joy and gratitude, to our city,
which feala a jut pride la them, both u eiti
rart tod soldiers, and to their famlllu and
bomu a hlji tbey hare honored try tbetr noble
demeanor and now make happy by their pree
ertce. Reailred, that the Cletk or the Commea
Couaul bave the foteaoing reso utiou tultably
engraved ami forwarded the ume to th regf-
menu aa. reaotutroo wer aorpted,
Mr. Obiob moved th following ia rltla
to tbe death of Hon. SraPHtta A. Dovola 1
ITAcrraa Th melancholy Intelligence hu
been received in thlt city of the death of tba
Hob. cVixruKjt A. Docola, a Senator of tha
United State, from the Bute ef Illiioia.
Aad, rr'Arrmu The Common Cmncil fuBy
appieclale tbe lost which the country hat sae
taioed by th death of c whou voo bu for
twenty years beeo baud In our national Lagta
lature, aad whou demUe ceutu a vtld not
eisy to be filled; therefore,
A-sowd That the Common Ounofl tecder -their
taniut sympathies to tht afflicted family
of the distinguish ttatumaa.
RetUred That the flsgt on tbe City Hall be
displayed at half mut on tht day of the funeral
aad that a copy or th foregcng prwmbl aad
resolution be suitably engrorted aad traosmit
tad to lb family of th deceased.
Mr. Obtob fat moving the aiepUoa of
tht reeolullone, raid that thi wu not
th first nor second tima Irhln a tm t
watka, that the Board had bun ct'led upoa
to pay lultabl rtspert to the memory of dit
tlnguished rre. Where there had beea a
number of political partlu beretofore, there
wer now but two on cjompoaed of thiu la
fvor of sustaining th law, and tha other en
deavoring lo overthrow them. Prominent
among tfion who, daring th part few mouths,
bad contributed toaarda the npport of th
Government la thi erWi wu STxruawA.
DoroLAa, and b fait that hla loas at thi crit
ical J mature wu mcrt than tb low of a poli
tician or a ttatttman. I a hit poettioa u th
luder of a greit party, the support which he
would bave been able to oontrlbu to th
Oovtrnamnt, In th Congres soon to be titiia
Ued, waT not to be over-estimated.
Mr. BeBNxr tald that among all the nation,
aUeywwad oeea tamed apon Br-rHaa A.
DooolAb, every tar had beta lUUolag for
tome word of oounttl from thlt truly giant
mind. Aad when we looked upon hit poMtioa
ia lb morning of Bfe, without hope,and traced
him to th aoenday of existence, when we re
joiced in hit glory, how tad, how palatal to
think that the evening shades of death had M
toon closed around hi carter. At thlt tlma,
bo maa could hav bean taken from the
counsel of tb nation whoe lorn wou'd hv
been mor deeply felt or mora duply deplored.
Mr. Lint said, death had taken away one
to whom th count'y had looked lor aid, advice
and comloit in tbit hour of peril, and while
tome of thoa who ware with him, to to tpeak,
were conspiring to destroy thb Government, be
wu tendering all hit ability to hi tuceetsful
rival for tha Prtiijentltleutlr, totaabUklm
tn dlacharg th trying da'it of hi offlo.
Although opposed to blm Inprlitir he (Mr.
Lnrr) could truly say t hat by no portion of th
people would a greater regret ba felt than by
tbe memben cf that party wha, during the
campaign, were (ucceraful in their attempts te
Mr. SrKvrjraoH moved thtt thsDard adjoura
ent of respect to the memory of the dueued,
wMch waa carried, and tha Board adjourned to
Fire, laaaeeta, Acclltstt. aVe.
Straioct AccrDKirr. Wm. II. Sitfoaot, a
lad, It years of age, whou parenti raalde In 13h
street, near Sixth avenue, wat deneerouel Injured
on Sunday evening by falling upea the point of ae
of the pickets al Ins tip ol Ibt Perk git opposite
Warren street. He wu perched npoa Ike gate,
looking uthemllusry. lit wu taken to the N. Y.
A Man Shot bt a Soldier. On Sunday
night a area named Jaunt Fu.tv, attempted 10
orosa the llu ef Ike Third B art easel, stationed upoa
the Mattery, wkea the guard thlt him. the bell Uk
ln effect ta hla leg. 11 wu conveyed to Ih regW
raent's otpa', where be wu attended by th Bur
geoa. Tb wound It not though! to b ef a danger
KrLLtD bt A Fall. Howabd Colkhah,
aa luasei. 01 uwiaru. it apiiei, wnvre D waa as
der treetamenl for eennstpnaa, wu kulrd oa Sua-,
day by fall 'ng from one of tht be'o-ele. to lbs pe re
meat oelow. Verdlcl ualdanlal Uala waa rea
dared. Deoeaead wu a native of Ireland, AO yearr
Jamk Qoabbb, a chlldthrM yean old, diet.
yeatsrdey fieu Injuries reotlved oa Btlardty laet
by falllrg from the second lory wtadow of hones
No. 354 Ninth Avenue. Verdict accidental death. ,
rUee iBieOtgwaee, at. 1
Jtrp. Davii ib tub Roouxa' Gaixbbt.
Tbe pwtralt of Jmuvn Divrs and ex- Bnlar '
rtoTO have beea add4 1 tht S ejuief 0 tilery, r
tha Folk Uiadquarters, I
Axaxar or Picbpocbet. Thoma Mr
CatTuv, reeldlnf tt N.. 119 MrM eeet. wu sJJ1
reeled yaeterdaa, ehwged wilk plekmg tb pockasr
of Mr. luariXA Rminaon, a boarder al the Flfat
Avenue Um-I. Bonn Luat wu arre-tel oa tb
name day, fur ploklag th pocket of Itua Aaie.
Oannras, reetding el No. I'M Ltxlngun evMutX
while ill was la Bnwaara AH B ah prtaoe- J
were cootaiilted by Juesloe Qoaouatncu for trie
Chabob or EatBazzunatBT. TnMfiJ
Duaina, aa employee of Mr. Divio Jomti, a brewi 1
si 194 8 xtk ttreet, wu yttrdy eirertad, cherf
ed with amUit'lng money which k had csUadit
fer hi employer.
Fautkwr Itewa, aee XJUrdl , I
Eyauan Ciara-ra at Low Pbicbs. J
M 000 rente Eml-h Valval Cerpcta, 81 1 81 B
va 000 vard. Bruwisls. T5e 80ru trie, ner vaed.
80,000 yard. In. Carpetini, We, Hoc- eOe, to Tea, p..
M 000 yard. Floor olWcl.-eet SSo. per yard and a1
Vbua. Mat-. UaHlne. W1n.M- nt- VW- Tal'Jr
eU. Mattlnf, Window Bkada Dra.rcita,TaliJ(
no Coven. Mar Bod and Carpeui. at prk',
w any eueted la ttde city, Uiaaa AJroa.axj.V
f.r WUav .1
Lvoaa' Uuirrra I-aacwi Prrwrjam.
Tha erirtaal and rennlne artlela, will ext -mUi
aoecnee, asu aae all varmiarree rroea poasa. g '
Are saraaaathle Bete end Mke. hoi brail dn 1
fWu eveiy wure
u B. uaavna rroervaver, ua.
k Bow, and M Bteadwiy.
tlfrtna eleaaina, eurluu,nraeryin and rettorhu Ir.l
nair, t,aleetry It, Bata or au ernaiwia.
Thb ArTTBTioB or AU.fFmirt toi
atnld landladt. lb elvrUeeaieat ef Dr. Aanjf
and luvlrorat taalVnial. system than an, Ihiaf C'
t.naa. Taooaand. at our Ajearlaaa non eat toh,
te urir Iravaa. who, bad teay IhU reanrtad to tht f .
e,UaBTafelaTaeeemweuld now have i
I .to. rTU8tBttt,
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