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I ROB't. A THOTH P80N, Editor.
j ft. A.THOM!?SQS, 1' YOVKO, W.H. HOLCOMBE,
m-, ?' rKOl'KIEfOHS.
|| TK(tM$*-*$LfiO per ?nnutr in advance. If poy
f' ntm^bu doluvod until after tlio expiration oT the
K your. $2. fror nix months, iii cont.vin advance,
i; P8TA?Iir?rtiwinicnt8 insert ml nt tho usual rAtes.
I nCKKNS^C. H., S. C. :
Saturday Morning:, July 6, 1801.
MICHAEL FiTXt'.vrniCK, of thin District, wns
f ?und dead in Iii -, house on Sabbath inst. An
inquest Was hold ovor tho body, A. Runt.SS, Esq,
noting as Magistrate The vordiot of tho jury
witt, in substance, that deceased un mo tu his
|v ? death hy tho Visitation of God. FITZPATRICK
' was an Irishman, hud been a workman on thc
Bluo Hidgo Railroad, and lins ?either family or
! kiudrod in this section.
The Fourth Regiment
Is stationed at prosont, nour Lccsburg, Va.,
"within threo miles.of tho Potomno ri vor, eotno
distance above Georgetown, and about twonty
miles from Washington. Our dates are to thc
20th of Juno, when all wero well. The boys
. had captured two or threo yankees, and woro
full of fight. _,
Socks for tho Volunteers.
We 8C0 it suggest c. 1 that it would bo woll for
housewives and others to knit socks and for
ward to tho volunteers. It will not bo long
.until cool weathor,. when woolen, socks will bo
in grout demand. In fitot, unless ibo supply
lo largor than usual,^our bravo Boldiora will
. su flor. This bauld not bsc. Thou lot mothers,
wivoH, sisters and sweethearts knit socks for
those in service. They will do it gratuitously
und well I
The Palmetto Boys.
It ?8 a source of gratification to us to hear,
from timo to timo, of tho success und bravery
of. tho voluntoers from our section. The Pal
metto boys, whorovor situate in tho South, when
over their services wero needed, responded
promptly to the call, and have, in several in
stances, distinguished themselves. Tho first it
tho cose of .JonM DoKK, of Pendleton, ti youth
who, hoing in Tennessco when the war broke
out, volunteered and was sent to Virginia.
Tho next we bear of bim, ho is in tho hatti?
of Now Creek Depot, whore ho captured one o'
.Old Abo's FJags, and routed the Hessians. Tlx
noxt io WILLIS A. CLAYTON, who was, at thi
samo timo, teaching school iu Arkansas. IL
promptly volunteered, mid wns ongngod in tin
lights ut Acquin Crook I Young MULLINNI;
and MAW wont from Mississippi to Virginia
but wo have not loamed wdioro thoy uro stn
tinned. Dr. J. M. FIELD and O. E. BOWEN an
with tho " Butler Guards," in sight of tho one
my iu Virginia, under Goiu BEAUREGARU. Pick
ens ls woll reprosente?!, too, in Hampton'
Logion ; but wo do not know tho mimos of nil
lind must, therefore, desist.
Which will You Do-Volunteer or Give?
It is manly and bravo to peri I all on tho bal
tloflcld for liberty and independence. It is px
triotie to contribute money and moans to altai
.the same ond, and it is glorious to bo oblo t
consummate both. Tho people of Pickons, wi'
an alacrity which does thom great credit, hav
alroioly ?ent to the Hold betweon four and fi v
hundred mon and she bas un equal number i
Col. OR?'1? Regiment. In this respect she ho
nobly done her duty, and rolloctcd credit upo
the names of CALHOUN, PICKKNS, PERRY un
others, SO prominently connected with her hil
tory, ns well as tho glorious cause in which n
are so earnestly ongngod.
Tho voluntoor corps of the District are con
posed of ull classes, though mun y of tho mc
are poor. There is another class in our mid.
who either cannot or will not volunteer. Man
of those aro aged and patriotic, nud would I
gratified to find an opportunity to aid tho onus
How ? By contributing their menus liberal
for tho support of thc families of destitute vi
untoors. Wo have plenty of soldiers but tl
rolicf fund is small. Thero is wealth in tl
District, and this is tho time it should bo fort
coining. Sufficient lins not, in our hum'u
opinion, yet been done.
Wo do not liko to look abroad for example
yet it is profitable sometimes tb do so. .1
Georgia, it is proposed to rniso one million <
dollars for tho uso of voluntoors and their fan
lies, and much of thc work has been accoi
omiplishod. Gov. BROWN takes tho field
favor of tho ontorpriso, and contributes $1,00
His lady, too, is busily engaged in making ut
forms. Several counties iii North Carolina hu
subscribe tl $50,000 ! for tho same purposo.
Good peoplo of Pickons-mon of wealth nt
. position-will you wait for an appeal to nrou
.you to a sonso of your duty ? Your sons ni
? neighbors are now perhaps encountering t!
perils and dnngor of battle--others aro soon
go from around you. Shall they bc encourng
!\jr hoing furnished by you with uniforms,
their hearts made glad by ample provision boil
made for tholr fumUios? Wo hopo so?
. Wo know that aid hus been furnished to sor
of tho families of vulunteors, but not to al
mid, vvhoro succor was fourni, tho fow, und r
tho many, have extended it. This is not rigl
* ' All should liberally assist in 8o|lnudablo njwoi
i Who will refuse?
And howls this ubi tobo obtained? A
would respectfully suggest, in'lurthoronce
this object, that the people of Picken* pistrt
without rcforone.o to the past or anything setfh
, assemble nt tho Court llouso. at some eon ve
oat timo-say Paled ay In August-and ttl
this.Subject into consideration. It is importe
in maoy respects, and wo desiro *o proas it w
nil tho foroo in our power. Will the peo
We havo no plan of our own to Biiggost, I
nindi support that which will o fleet the m
good. Practical plum?, however, will not
wanting, if the'^riidom and experience of
Di? t riot aro boro to on coo rugo n nd orgnn i/o
the purpose indicated. . At Greenville, a cc
mitteo.of tho be** men in eaob beat^compc
WAS appointed, with a contrai committee
controlling power. A large sum-betwj
?7,000 ead llO.O?O^trae ?absoribed itv t
Kow\ will aU thc p4o$? put their bund to
"VrorVr Wilt tba Iftd?e^.Vf Uh fuw?iug heart* (
Wr^?ibie ?roite?, ?oluntecr fn thin cause? V
' ??i-lh? j6utb; alike* ?
it tho?r oncourngcntont and auppu-tr Will tho
mon of So hula, of Togalo, of tho towna and vii
logos, of tho grund mountains, of tho vulloyo
nod tho hill-tops, of tho good old Dietriut of
'PiokeuH, glvo u few hgbrs to so righteous a
dp?.?o? Should they, ?IKTM? must crown their
vnik'.l efforts 1 This, indeed, would ho n victory
to thuso yvho cannot tight, hut nro not tho loss
truo or rospeolc".!. Shall tho lonely and desti
tute amongst us suffer ? Shu ! ! tho soldiors heart,
heating high fur his country many tuiles dis
tant, bo cheered by such un'nsscmblugo 4ind
! such n result ns will follow ? Shall ho, who hus
forsaken all for the' bnttlo hold. And perchance
is now pouring out Creely his life's best blood
for your liberty nod independence, have the ns
suruncO that his wife and little ones uro hu
manely and well cured for ? How it would
gladden his- heart, and nervo bis nrm, for tho
Thou', lot tho pooplo organ i/o - Lot'them net
promptly und libornlly, ns we uro assured thoy
- Mr. Russell's Letters
It will be rccollotcd that the London Times
.sent out to this country Mr. W. IL ItussKEt.,
us tts special correspondent, to obtain correct
information in regard to tho lovolution in tho
South. Writing from Charleston, Mr. ll.
. CUARLKSTON, S. Ci, April ,10. -?. Kolbing 1
could say eau bo worth ono fact whico L..s forced
Itself Upon my mind in reference to the sentiments
which prevail muong tho gentlemen of this Stale.
I have bo/m among thom for several day?, l.hiive
visited their-plantations. 1 have conversed with
them fully and freely. I have enjoyed that trank,
OOUrfeoua and graceful intercourse which consti
tutes an irresistible charm of their society. From
all quarters lins como to my cars thc echoes of thc
Hame voice ; it ?tay bc feigned, but there is no
discord in tho note, and it sounds in wonderful
strength and monotony all over tho country.
'* Shades of George Ul, of North, of Johnson,
of all who contended against thc great rebellion
which torc these colonies from Kugland, can you
bear tho chorus which rings through tho State of
Marion, Sumler, and Pinckncy. and .not clop your
ghostly hands in triumph? That voico says: "If
wo could only gel of Hie Hoy til race ol' Kngbind .to
rule over us, wc should bc .coulent." bet lhere
bo no misconception of this point. That senti
ment, varied in iv hundred ways, has been re
peated to mo over and over again,
..Thcrotsa general admission that thc means
to suoli nn end arc wanting, and thai tho desire
cannot bo gratified. Hut thc admiration tor mo
narchical institutions on thc Pmglisli model, for
privilcdged classes, and tor a lauded aristocracy
and gentry, is undisguised and apparently genu
ino. With the pride of having achieved their in-1
dependence hs mingled in lite South Carolinians'
hearts a strange regret at tho result and con. o
qucnees, and many ur? they who "would go back
to-inorrotv, if wc cou! .."
?* An intense nfl'oot on for tho British connec
tion, a love of British habits and customs, a res
pect for British sentiment, law, authority, order,
civilization mid literature, pro-eminently distin
guish "he inhabitants ol this Stale, wdio, glorying
in their descent from ancient families on ibo three
islands, whose fortunes they still follow, and with
whoso members they maintain not iiufrcqucntly
familiar relations, regarded with nu aversion, ol'
which it is impossible to give an idea lo one who
has not seen ils manifestation, thc people of New
F.ngland and the Northern Stales, whom they re
gard as tainted beyond cure by the venom ol "Pu
" Whatever moy be tho cause, this ls the fact
and the effect : "Thc Stale of South Carolina,
was," I am lold, "founded by gentlemen." ll
was not established by witchhnrning Buril ans. by
cruel persecuting fanatics, who implanted in the
North thc standard of Torquemada, and breathed
into thc nostrils of their newly-born colonies ail
thc ferocity, bloodthirstiness and rabid intolerance
of thc Inquisition, lt is absolutely astounding
to a ?tranger who aims at the pr?servai ion of a
decent neutrality to mark tho violence of these
We presume it is unnecessary tor us to deny
theso Statements. There nro net. perhaps,
filly persons in ?South Carolina holding the sen
timents attributed to hor people.
CONSKQUEN'CKS or TUB WAR,-An able edito
rial in tho Baltimore Exchange,of Monday last,
on tho respectivo abilities of the two sections to
carry on tho war, successfully, concludes as
" Whichever way we tegard ii, 'ho con?c-I
quencos aro thc same-partially injurious to tho
South : but disastrous to tho North. Thc South
loses little ; it spends comparatively little, and
is piling its wealth up. Tho North loses every
thing, spends enormously, and stores scarcely
anything. Every dny adds; in fact, to thc
strength of tho South, mid diminishes that, nf
the North. Tho war tells alike on tho Western
fanner, tho Kastern manufacturer, and tho New
York banker. Thc effect upon the former, how
ovor, is only temporary ; upon tho two latter it
must lie more permanent. The eventual result
of tho wtr will surely bo to unite tho slave
Stoic* in ono grund Republic, and tho North
will thou find that its suicidal policy has only
served to establish n nation, Which possesses
not only vast resource? In tho growth of staples
peculiar to itself, but which luis, in addition,
every clement of wealth possessed by tho IVoe
States. Tho North will at tho snmo time dis
cover thu' it hus separated itself fruin a country,
upon tho production of which it was actually
dependent for tho prosperity of its largest in
terests, und for tho moans of affording employ
ment to tho operativos and occupation of its
" So long ns Maryland remains with the North
she must share tho fate of the North."
Guoss OiniiAOK or Tin: LINCOLN OITICIAI.S.
Thc Louisville Courier, of Wednesday, the 1 -ttit,
" A recent outrage in thc Host Ofllcc Department
is of such fraudulent character, and ntiucksso di
rectly thc interests and legnl rights of thc citizens,
that men of all parlies and of all shades of opin
ions, loudly denounce lt. Tho case is this: Let
tore arrive hero dilily from Southern post ofliccs.
pre-paid by tho stamp of tho United States Govern
ment. Instead of delivering these letters to whom
they ar?' addressed, tho Blank Hepublican Post
master General has instructed postmasters to
forward them to, tho dead Icttov oftice in Washing
ton. Parlies here, expecting remittances upon
which their commercial credit depend, uro refused
their letters by our postumster, even though offer
ing to pay doublo, or treble/or quadruple, or any
other amount of postage. In utter disregard of
law and of privnto right.-?, nil such lottern are sent
to the'dead lotter ofltco for tho perusal of Black
Hepublican officials. Tho object of this atrocious
outrage ls plain. The hopo is entertained that in
tho confidence, of privnto letters somo unguarded
expression may bo found on which indictments for
treason may be predicated, or our oitizens, Uko
thoso of Maryland, seized by military foroo and
dragged to jail in neither Slate, to await the
pleasure of Black Hepublican dospots. How long,
pooulo of Kontuoky, will you tamely submit to
such unheard of outrages upon your most sacred
right? t" .'Hi'rV -
AKOTHKR SiuiiMisn.-Tho Staunton Spectator,
of tho 25th inst., says:
-. Wo have learned from a reliable gentleman of
(hin place, who returned a few days since from Our
camp at Laurel HUI, thlssldo of Phllljnpa, that on
Tuesday night last, ono of our scouting parties,
numbering 25, mot a 0ocutin<r party of the enemy,
numbering about 60, within less thnrutwo miles of
our camp ot Laurel Hill. Both parties fired, and
both retreated. None afcjpur men wore hurt. A
lady hoing ia that neighborhood wrote te a friend
in Huntsville that tim chomy buried eight tho
I Our party retreats because they supposed from
wS<M lucy Lad learned prevlohsly that theacquL
',' . ' .' >' #' . -' t'Hait:
Pennings and Clippings.
COTTON BLOOM.-Mr. L. 0. HAMILTON, ono of
our -best farmer*,' nomi* us a cotton bloom,
plucked from bis field tho 1st July.
CONIKHKKATK VOLUNTEERS.--Threo bnndrod
and sixty thnusand.voluntcors have offered their
Borvicos to President DAVIS.
TUE NEW YOUR PAI-KHS.-Tho Now York
Courier and Enquirer is inorged, on and ofter
to-day, in tho World newspaper, The Cliovn
lior Wohb goes to it io, ?md bio papor goes into
tho whelming 'current of ruin it hus worked so
hard to bring about. Now let tho Tribune un
ito its fortunes with tho otbor two, und we sholl
see a combination of tho W'orld, lite Flesh and
EXECUTIVE. HEADQUARTERS.-(hiv ernnr PICK
ENS has established his Headquarters at Coln in?
bin, S. C., where all communications for the
Excoutivo should bo addrossod.
GEN. MAORUDER TO BUTLER-Gen. Butler sont
word to Gen. Magruder bc boped tho war would
bo conducted on principles of civilised warfare
Gen. M. replied, T have buried your dead und
taken caro of your woundod in sight of thc
hbltsos of wiibfws and orphans whom you have
driven forth and whoso proporty yon bav? de
THE boiler of tho locomotivo Sam Tate ex
ploded on tho 13th, while drnwing through East
Tonnosseo a train of twenty cars, containing
Col. Feat beret lin's 17th Regiment Mhtelssipp
Volunteers. Tho engineer abd firemen wen
killed, os also ensign John W. Kendrick. Twt
otbor soldiers were maimed.
TUE VERY WORST WK IIAVB TO EXPECT-Tin
Yankee, Richland, wounded and taken prisonci
in the fight nt Boiboi, has filled all our mon it
the hospital with vermin. They ure said to b<
of tho most malignant form and disposition.
SOUTH-EAST MISSOURI PREPARING rou TH i
FRAY.-A letter from South-east Missouri pay
that Gen. Watkins is organizing troops ii
nearly all of tho counties in that portion of tin
Stute. Ho will co-opcrnto with ibo Arkausai
force now concentrated' nt Poeuhontns. Arin
aro being tnkon up White river for their use.
TUB FEDERAL FORCES-Thc Washington Stat
of Wednesday evening, puts down tho tutti
number of troops which have arrived there a
48.845, exclusivo of recruits, numbering uboil
2.000, and scvernl independent companies, s
that the aggregate is over ??O.OUO, without conni
ing regulars, marinos nnd District of Columbi
troops, tho hitter about 4.000 strong. If this i
true, thc total aggregate of troops already
that line amounts to between fifty-six m.d ti fi j
SOUTHERN OFFICER* I'M TUB NAVY-There ni
still 340 Southern officers in thc Navy. Onl
321 have resigned. There were originally 1,5(1
gen*lemon of Southern birth in tho service -
One-third of tho resigned officers were midshh
men. The Wabash. Minnesota und Colorad
of tho blockade fleet, have povornl Som bet
officers. Thc Mississippi steamer is thc Mill
vessel in thc Navy that lins none attached to he
INFLUX OF SPECIE-Tho English bankers a
alarmed at tho large indebtedness of their eon
try to thc United States. Thc iinmunt of spec
remitted since the "8th of November last, lu
reached tho enormous sum of twenty-nine ttl
lions of dollars. Tho L indon Daily N'?tes n
mils that America "holds tho strings of tl
specie movements in its hundo."
ToilACCn-lt was currently reported at tl
Tobacco Exchange yesterday, says the Ric
mond Enquirer, of Wednesday, thal an ord
lins been received in the pity for thc piocha
of tobacco for tho French Government. Y
trust thc report may bo correct, as we will, m
withstanding tho blockade, be able to uispi
of a large portion of our orup, while it 8Uggc<
other advantages to us also.
RECOVERY OV ARSIS AT NORFOLK.-Cnrhini
which tho Lincoln scoundrels, in their llig!
.threw overboard, arc daily I cing received n
unido almost as good as now. They aro top
senled ns very accurate, and throw a ball w
great velocity, and uro ?old for rt little o\or :
dollars n piece. This is not one quarter of I
value pf the piece, but is made a charge
thoso wdio got thom as a light compensation.
U. S. TROUPS.- Tho U. S. troops from Tex
numbering 489 men. now nt Fort Ilamilt
New York, in cons?quence of their ii hont uh
I position-having pledged themselves not to ti
up arms against thc Confed?rale States-In
petitioned tho War Department for a dischar
These mon aro in a destitute condition, hin
no blankets, and ninny of thom Inivo recei'
no pay for fourteen months.
DEATHS AMONO TUB ENEMY.-Tho soldier)
CUd Point nie said to bo dying like sheep-Ol
day almost witnesses numbers of dead hoi
carried nway for interment. We can scare
express a doubt that such is thc case, w hon
remember their condition, for sonic ol' thom
I represented, even by some of their own numl
I as in n state of nudity and hungor tru'y rev
TUB National Intelligencer is about to bo
continued, on account of the withdrawal of
Sou thorn patron tige. So tho proprietors m
known to tho public.
PISTINUIIISIIKO AUHIVAL.-Tho Richmond
tjuirer, of Saturday, makes tho following impor
"We novo thc satisfaction to announce Hu
rival, in (his city, ol' a distinguished st rs tiger I
thc sunny clime of France, thc laud of l.nPnyi
and associated with ninny thrilling inotnorh
our inst revolution mid of our Hist war of i
pendence. T.iis stranger is no less n pcrsoi
than Prince Camile de l'ollglino, <\ IiniilO ?lill
ons in history; and ho conics, ns Lafayette ci
to draw his sword in behalf of a braye arid ge
otis people, who liftvo token up arms to rosTsi
attempts of a tyrant and a despot, to subjugate
"Prince l'olignao served with'much galla
in tho Crimea, and is unquestionably well
qunirtctl with tho organization and diaolplii
tho Fronoh army. . '
" Wo understand that President Pavia rcot
the Prince ycatorday.nl his ellice, in the War
pmiiauilt, with that urbanity and cordial!!,
which he is so justly distinguished. ., i
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NINE SOUTH CAROLINIANS TAKEN PRIBO*
-Information was received at Manheims J
(ion, yesterday morning, that nine of the S
Carolina troops, stationed near Falls Chi
were takon prisoners the proviens day by
Federal troops, They were out on n r?coi
tefing exp?dition, Within a ebert dipneo o
examina, w hen (Jiffy were suddenly surrou
by a largely superior force mid 'compel?
frtirr?ndet; ^hffmwtp littpttWc?n?
fi ' ' .
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MMMjaj^ rry^rrf>p,,ifj>:,i.l Vi
Telegraphic Hews from ill ?uartera/"''
lliCUMOXD, Juuo 20.--0? Friduy, tho
.State Cuii volition passed uh ord i nance author?
isting a loan of $4,000;000, of which 82,000,.
OOO uro to bo issued iii ti'oiiBitry notes.
Tho report of tho Committee on Flooliona
recommends tho expulsion of Hie Western
I Virginia traitors-Jirown, Carlisle," Dent,
! Bulley, Willey, and soven others I Pending
. tho consideration ol' tho rVpnjrt-, ?bo Co?VOtt
? tion udjourucd for want of n quorum,
i. At tho. session todny, twelve ' inoiuben
; from tho Pun llundlo were forniully expelled
Fri ti co Cuinjllo do Pulignoo, u distinguished
I Fronohniiin, hud mi audience with thu Prest
dont yesterday. Tho Prince comes to tendei
his sword and services to tho Southern Cou
Anthony Robinson, n vcncrublo mid cs
teemed citizen cf Richmond, died yesterday
Tho interest on Virginia bonds not heh
due in tho United States, will bo paid on tin
.1st July, in currency ut Richmond. Thc in
torcst duo people in tho United States wil
be suspended during tho war.
Passengers to-day from Winchester repot
that n skirmish took pince ut Romney 01
Thursday; nt which ttbout twelve Federalist
und two Confederates were killed. Nothiii]
of interest hus 'been received from otho
points. Tho location ol' troops is constan tl
changed, und thc number increased or dimit?
ished. Many new strategic plans have bee
adopted. Movements thought discreet to da
inn)' bo changed to-morrow. This will slim
the uselessness of. reference to sUoh mutton
RICHMOND, July 1.-About thirty Pe dc ru
prisoners were brought here this morning
They were-captured Inst week nt sen by iii tuc
Mark A. Cooper und G. H. Lamar oro i
Several work-shops in tho penitential
wore bumed this nftcruoou.
There have, been seasonable ruins in til
neighborhood thc past two duys.
Nothiug ot' interest from Mauuseas, Vorl
town or Winchester.
lll?llMOND, July 1.-Commodore iloliiu:
ut Rultiuioro, huviug devised a pinn of seizin
tho steamer St. Niehulus, plying betweeu Ru
tliuoro und Phihtdolphin', Captain Thom:
disguised us u female, with several other
took passage for Philadelphia. At sun
point below Baltimore, Commodore Hollie
with others, weut aboard. Subsequently tl
whole party armed themselves and tuuk el lal]
of the Stott liter. They met with little opp
sitioh. They took n Baltimore barque wil
?.iJU? bagseolt'co. A schouuer wita ZOO to
eo.d for tho Federal llect was brought hy tl
St. N?oli?las tu Prcdcrieksburg, mid tho ci
goes binded. The barque mid schooner ti
on tho Rupp:.bannock above the Coinodoni
batteries. 'Ibo St. Nicholas is u valuul
mail steamer, mid it is believed has on boa
interesting despatches, money and vmual
freight. Tho prizes were safely secure
valued at about tour hundred tliuusand dolla
Commodore Hollins, with tho Captain oft
steamer Sti Nicholas, arrived here this utlt
uuon. Report says that Thomas was disgu
ed usa Proiich lady, mid Hollins recognis
her us a Purisitiu ncquaintmicc many ye:
ago. A long French conversation ensue
mid tit 1 o'cluck, on Saturday night, a pm
appeared, thoroughly nrmed with anus, ct
hisses, &C, mid tuuk possession ot' thcsloaiin
Universal gratiiieutiun is expressed ut ll
BALTIMORE, (via New Orlon ns,) June ii
-Six. Rcgimouts have passed through In
during the hist 21 hours.
J?FFKUSON CITY, June 3U.-At tm iv
General Nj t? de- lines, to take thu oiuli, it lie
held u prisoner.
Sr. Louis, June 30.-The verdict of
jury in the case jf the shooting nf the c
zeus by tho Hinted States troop*, w-s t
t..e\ were shot without ptuvoomioii.
Gossip says that a p in of the Ni w Jor
Regio.cut in passing to rough Hultiuioj'O w
greted with cheers for J ?db Davis.
The,Tribune says that Col. Allen, of
New York First Regiment, has been ttrres
by General Butler. His loyalty is stroll
suspected. The regular ornoo ns ure preput
i petition for his (Hutlers) removal.
New Yu.tk Regiment is clamorous. Both
gu In l's ?ind volunteers decline to att;?ek ol
in buttle under Butler.
NKW Youie, Juno 27.-Burk Virg
Ann hus arrived, mid reports that on tho 1
inst., in hit. 27 mid lon. 84, she WHS bom
by tho British ship Bramely Moore, f
Muutie for, i ii vet poul, mid received from
a negro belonging to tho North, Who was
nutted to leave Mobile. She reported
she wns hoarded the day previous by
United Slates steamer Massachusetts, \y 1
hud the dny previous taken twenty live pri
one the ICnglish ship Porfnrshire, from
.bile. The Virginia Ann was phased on
28d, nil day mid night, by ti supposed pi
teer, willoh, apparently, bud formerly be
SAVANNAH, July 1.-The schooner ?
line, Capt. Angus Smith, lins arrived nt
port from Nnssau, N. P., with n cafp
sugar, molasses and fruit. Tho captain si
that the Adeline was ehtised hy a herinap
dite and a full rigged brig, (blockaders.)
tired nt niuo times, between Doboy und \
saw Inlet, where she, put in unhurt. <.
Smith snys if thc Liiicoluitcs knew I
business, they could hnvc hended him o
Thc nearest shot caine within one linn
mid twenty feet of tho schooner. The.
linc sidled into Nnssnu tinder thc Confi
nto Hog, which was gladly recognized ht
authorities there. Tho United States"
sui, however, was highly indignant,
wrote abusive letters to Capt. Smith, v
ing him nguinst leaving thc port, bu
British encouraged the captain to persi
in his independent cours?, dipt. S
says ho can run such ti blockade ut tiny
Ile lins no four of tho Liiicoluitcs.
WASIUNOWN, Saturday, June 20.
gcncmlly believed that tho Federalists
advance tho connning week. They \
have moved before, but Scott desired th
li tn ry control of Rultiuioro, leaving no c
in the retir. Five regiments arrived her
night, limiting 61,000.
A lurgo forco is advancing to tho BU
ot tho Southerners nt Harper's Ferry. ,
son is ot Winchester, with 15,000. mon
Magruder with 1.000. Tho Federnlis
within twenty miles, wuitiug for rein
. CHAULKSTON, July 2.-A Spanish'
attempted to run tho blookudo, to-dn;
was captured by tho Federal Steamer
Fort Moultrie oponed? oh tho stearne
could not reach her.
NKW ORLEANS, ? dy 2.--Tho onemj
ed tho telegraph instruments at Puss a
tro. Tho Brooklyn loft tho bar yest
morning, and tho Confederate war st
Sum tor wont tp sos The opornto? a
?iyttUi-we?? ?aft ?tYVc? tho iurtrut
. ?" -,
though they hud ft gitidd* over him ?bout 28
hours. Tho telegraph oflioo nt tho hoad of
tho puns ia hourly oxpected to bouttnokcd.
j RICHMOND, July 2.-Tho Now York cor
' respondent of tho Baltimore. ?Sun nay? tho
I officers nnd.orcw of tho Privateer Suvuunnll
ard comfortably situntcd in their rooms, and
?ppcur ebcerf?l nnd hopofui of un curly rc
801110 of tho New York morning papors
hnvo raised their prices of subscription.
A State Convention of tho, friends of poaoo
Wits held nt Dover, Dolo wu re, hist Thursday
which was immcensoly attended by thc bono
und sinew of tho Stato. Ex-Governor Tem
ple presided, assisted by thirty-one Viee-Pio
sidcots. The first resolution .d?chires, in fa
vor of peuco to civil wur, und tho acknowl
edgment of tho Independence of the South
ern Confederacy preferable to thc uttompt to
conquer and hold them us subjugated pro
vinces. Several other resolutions offered,
denouncing Lincoln, und expressing grateful
thanks to Senators Bayard und Salsbilry,
wcro all unanimously and enthusiastically
The first new wheat was exhibited in Bal
timore on Friday, raised in Maryland
WASIIIMIJON, (via New Orleans,) July 2,
-Captain Craven coiniuands the. Potomac
flotilla, vice Wind. Tlio Freeborn was si
badly crippled tluitshc will probably be con
Fourteen Confederate scouts attacked Mic
1 picket nt Sbuter's Hill, killing one tm<
j wounding ono.
! GHAFTON, July 2.-Skirmishing toiitin
j ues. Tho details are suppressed;
ST. LOUIS, July 2.-Niuo Missourians
having with thom powder with which b
Mow up bridges, huve been arr --led in Cliil
I leo thc und jailed.
The pioneer oycrlnnd mnil leaves to-da;
for California. Tho telegraph is progressin?
Kin ?gration heavy.
FOKTRKSS MONIIOK. July 2.-Two rcgi
menls will advance to New Market Bridge t
morrow, lt is.raining Incessantly.
Colonel Cary Jones, of Hampton, lins bec
nrrested. in consequence of letters found o'
the prize Tropic Wind, impeachingsevera
ST. LOUIS. July 2.-Tho last advices nr
thnt Jnck?-ou is at Stockton, with two tbpui
ALEXANDRIA, July 2.-There aro no in
dieu lions of nu adVtinee from here.
IIAOKUSTOWN, July 2.-Southern reg
moots nt Harper's Ferry have destroyed th
balance of the railroad bridge. They the
crossed over to Maryland, capturing man
Tho gossip of the Tr ?hum' says that foi
ward movements aro impossible until 11:01
wagons uro received. A t hotis tl lid will b
ready by the 15th of July.
'The PhftH says the Speakership is exoil
Tug considerable talk Tho chances faye
Grow, imperilling Forney, who is work in
The //?raid says thc Government dm
not regard the occupation of Harper's Fen
of consequence. lOvcrything is being dei
Tho Journal af Commerce says the ri
cent developments indicate that Scott intent
no forward movement into Virginia this sun
DKNVKII CITY, June. 25.--?The seeessiu
forces left their rendezvous, near Cheri
Creek, to day, for the purpose of laking Fori
Wi.so and Garland. They are well armed un
equipped. There is much valuable propcrl
and money in the forts
ALEXANDRIA. July 2.-There was nnotl
or skirmish today, in whLdi two Feder
pickets woe killed.
Ulti 11 MOND, July 2.-A card from tl
British Consul in Richmond sbitcs that tl
British schooner Tropic Wind, lately seizi
hy the Federal fleet in Hampton Ro uis m
sent lo Washington, bas been released ni
given buck iu charge of the master of t
Lo (J IS VI LhK? July 2.-Burnett and Bree
in ridge ure en route for Washington. Po
ell will also go.
Three half filled companies liud_ Ro.SSeai
two regiments have gone into Camp nt Sil\
Crook, Opposite hero, in Indiana. Thee
odes ha? excited more laughter than indigi
lion, ns'tbey ure a very ragtnilcd set
BAI.TJM?IRK, July 2.-Since 2 o'clock t'
morning, there has been startling pro?pedin
detachments of Artillery und infantry 1
posted in Monument Square, Exchange Pla
ICighth Wi.rd. Broadway and other poi 11
Bolaro daylight, all the members of the l>o?
of Police, except tho Mayor, were arrest
lt is said that's plot has been discovered.
PURITKSS M ON It OK, July 2.-An attack
Newport News, on Friday night, was o
prevented hy the incessant rain.
The New York Times has a letter fr
Dr. Russell, denying tho report that his 1
respondencc has boon intered with at
Thc Now York cotton ninrkbt in firm to-d
with nu upward tendency ih prices. 1,5
bales were hold, ut 143.
INDKI'KNDKNOK, July 2.-10,000 Miss
nuns crossed Mnrninnry's, ono hundred m
South of Independence, and ure prcpar
for an ndvimce.
NEWPORT NKYVS, July 2.-Four bund
disabled volunteers Were discharged to day
WASHINGTON, July 2.-Thc Federal
want Fairfax by tho fourth of July.
The Southerners ure running ems wit
10 miles of Alexandrin.
The Cou federate steamer George Rag
cruising in the vicinity of Acqnin Creek.
Colonel Stone is to occupy tho Mury!
bights commanding Harper's Ferry. .
Wm. Brent, of South Carol jhu, and Ho
Scott, of Maryland, hnva boon arreste*
Froinont bnsbecn commissioned n rog
Mnjor-Genernl, milking next in ritnk to (
An ot .tor has been given to supply tho w
foroo on both sides of tho Potomac with 0
ration" for six* dnys.
. Patterson's delny in advancing keeps ev
tT.ing waiting. Tho Government has doo
to tuko him oUt of tho^ wny. It is befit
a general advance will cccur on tho fourtl
MKMPIITS, July f.-An oxpress hn?
rived nt littlo Rook hom Fort Smith, bi
ing nows thnt Missouri ia being ovor-rut
Montgomery is marching for tho In
country. Springfield is filled with .Fedo
intending un invasion on Arkansas. ]
thought in Fayetteville that Gen. MoCulh
will issue a proclamation calling the Arki
ans to rendezvous promptly nt Fuyotto\
and drtvo.bnok tho invaders and sustain
NKW OHMA NB, July 2.-^Tho steams
Etna ?nd America hive arrived at 'New Y
brlniring lute Kuroponu advices.
Tho Ktim brought ?^80.000 lu specie.
Tho Fronoh Division under Admiral Hog.
.miitd was about to sail for America.
A New Orleans correspondent of tho Lon
don Vining says it is impossiblo to resist tho
conviction that tho Southern Confederacy omi
only-bo o?nquorcd by moans as1 irresistible ns
thodo which.subjugated poland.
In an? article on Italian nffairs. published
in tho J/atrfe mid copied in tho Moniteur, i#
a pnragrnph which ijisitiuat.es that tho. Spoith
orn American States will succeed in estub
lushing u separate republic.
CAMI? PIOKKNS, MANASSAS, Juno 27
1801.-Prom nu execssivo solicitudo to fol
low movements hore, 1 hnvo returned fro m
Western Virginia soonor than I intended.
Put, returning, I find nothing of especial in
terest, lt is all il mistake that uny of our
troops hnvo been talion. Tho rumor will
hnvo renched you that niuo hnvo been cap
tured, but-it is nil a mistake. Two of Col.
dish's mon were captured a day or two ago,
hut they were token by Col. Kerslmw's hi en,
mid sustained no damage, therefore. They
were seen lo .enter a house in tho neighbor
hood of. Germantown, and tho ever-vigilant
scouts of the Second Regiment touk them
. pt i ve.
The most important facts I find, lire that
tho eire.ny is retiring from Fall's <'burch,
?md are being concentrated again within tho
li.?.its ol' thc District . ol' i 'ulumbie. There*
arc. in fact, indications (hat they are with
drawing from this shh? of tito river. -Tt is
uertmn that there, .frc few iii Alexandria
hut a few companies-and it is possible,
therefore, that to avoid tho possibility of
light, which is now being urged upon them,
they may accept the alternative of the foot
race I suggested.
There is also a movement, from W ?dung- .
ton, tho significance of which id.'pinch oon
siilered. For some I imo past they have bcon
sending off oars sealed up, so -that the con
tents cannot-bo seen, ami from this.and thc
other circumstances of .security and cu e, it
is suspected that they may be taking the ar
chives of tho Govern.mint beyond the reach
of danger. L. W. S.
Tnt: SOUTH CAROLINA TKOOP?.-A cor
respondent of tito Winsboro Rc-jiMcr, wri
ting hom Fairfax, 27th inst., says :
Tho advance toreos ol' tho liivst corps of
thc anny of tho Potomac aro now stationed at
mis place, seven miles from the entrenched
posts of tho enemy nt Fall's Chureh, whore
there uro supposed'lo bo about 7,OOO of thom,
including cavnlry and artillery. .' It is not
usual or advisable to state tho position.of our
foroes, but as it is not likely lo remain tho
sumo until you seo this, 1 may mid that tho
infantry here consist of Gregg's, Kcrsnuw's,
Macon's and Cash's Kegiiuouts, .about 000
.cavalry, anil two companies of artillery, ull
under tiie command ol Gen. Penh.un. Just
above us is Col. Cook S litigado, u portiuu of
which occupy our late ground at Centreville ;
ibo rom.under being posted between this point
and that, consisting of f reston V and Wither ?
Virginia Regiments. Then ut Fairfax station,
about four miles south, 1 learn that Gen. J),
il. Jones' (Adjutant to Gen. Beauregard at
Charleston) brigade is" posted, consisting ol
two Alabama, ono .Mississippi and donkins'
South (.'molina Regiment. Sloan h Regiment
S. C. V., mid W'illiums' Regiment, S. C V.,
I (when tho latter arrives,) go . to Lei shu. g,
j which brigade is commanded by Col. Fj^jlk
Gen. Beauregard- is steadily wMntift^p^W
forces, and the roads nie covered with w#oons
and troops moving forward. I sn pp--se the
first attack will bc made at J'??Us v. hutch;
and tiiouco to Alex.nidria, but this is opinion,
and 1 cannot tell when ;t will b.; '..nit lcd."
FROM TUK NOHTU AND BALTIM?UI.
One of bill' citizen.- returned I rom a brief vis- *
it to thc North mid ibo city of Baltimore,
yc.-tjrday, mid kindly favored LJ with Balti
more papers of Thursday, from which wc ex
trait much that will interest our renders this
morning. It will be seen that, the chicken
stealers, in their recent raid in Lancaster
County, on tho Pip pa h a II nock, did not get
off with u whole skin. They confess to ono
mun killed and six wounded. That helps to
pay for Mr, Gresham's house.
Marshal Kano, of Baltimore, who hus boen
for some time threatened by the vassals and
serfs of Lincoln, wis o i Thursd i v dun ning
arrested on the ch.ir-.ra of. troiso.i m.iri (we t- -
ty two hundred soldier*' Irsvi.i-.r. beb?' u?., d
out. for tho purpose. I Li w is ariVjstod in his
bed anti conducted to prison Tho large
force w is catted out til overawe tho people,
who, it was Teared utigiit rise in their ind g
nation iib! ?v-uj.ic tiKvp-. is.'ii Maryland'is.
tinder t hc lie d of ihii tyra .t, a cl B titi nore is
??ehjlit ?.' hy :? :;<. tAViirjtv lo-un-ind of ins
myrmidons. I?111 . diiy d', r iCAoniug i.s in
- tore foi' t in' ?ii lind for .ibu.
' uti- intel I ig nt itifoV.liiinl *t\\t-s> that it is
ut. iiy i ?YfHVsiblii for the people ol' ti|o Solidi
io t'oiic'civc Hie bitterness md indignity ol'
Northern p-nvi'utious towards thom. Ile de
clares that we cannot justly hope for any
thing like kindness or humanity from thuin
-tliat they ure utterly hcarth.Ms iilul merci
less, und our own strong arm und uii?a<jrgMig
spirit of resistance und ind :pendence alono
can protect us from tho subjugation and uni
versnl desolation which they would visit, up
on us and-dur homes. Fortunately ;,,r i h
South, we hopo for no inertly from, theo, n i
our people, strong in their oiusv .v d thei.
own self reliance, defy them.
Troops still throng the way to -Washington..
On Sttndiy, ?ix thousand pissed through
Baltimore, to rendezvous near tho Apo o; tho
North-west und uwait tho orders ol tip! Ju
das Iscariot of America. But 1 tt them come
-lot thom nil come. Tho bravo Southrons
ire ns firm as tho Alloghanles.' Odd? they
know they must meet,'and bddsth?y moan to
utnquer and bent back to thc lund of tho
despot mid the slave. Where enlightened lib
erty and Republicanism tire dead, wo appro
bond, forever.-Richmond Dispatch.
AN iNciDRNT.-^Aftcr tho Vienna baue lust
week, u South Carolina soldier, who hud boen
out on u scout, wns nrresled by three of the re
treating Yunkoos. who, oftor disarming him. sot
j ont for tho Federal onmp, "cnlculutin"' large
ly, no doubt, on tho welcome plaudit* that
awaited thom for their-hondo exploit; . But ali
things fair uro .doomed tu fnde. After inarching
somo distance tho party came to a hnlt-crSyiokod
arms, which wero topped with t|lo sword bnyo
I O', und two nf them went in pursuit nf wutcr,
lonvlngth? Condina captive? In charge of tho
Yankee captor. The former watched bis timo,
and wnon tho watering party wns ont of pleb'
soured a-bayonet, und ut a singlo stroke almost
, severed tho hood from the budy of Ids comnnu
um, after whiob ho onjetly took .possession nf
I Ipe IK ?oiling tn tho ' streets' of .'lt??hmond ut
^dto-^er iOOji?undi, ' ^