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Herald's correspondence says:
Government agents report tlmt robelo
are occupying iho Virginia, and Maryland
hides, and nre apprehensive of an attack
from tho Federal forces, They . wero re
ceiving supplies, arms and munitions from
Baltimore, and bad a military road direct to
lliat city. Tho Government will soon cut
off this road.
Wheeling, May 13. Tho greatest en
thusiasm prevails here. . Flags are flying
in all directions. Large numbers of dele
gates to the convention arrived on trains
from the interior and on boats from the
This morning a large crowd assembled in
front of the McClure House, and apeoshes
were delivered by Messrs. Carlisle, Pier
pont. Brown, Willey and other prominent
delegates, some of the speakers took the
ground that the proper position of Western
Virgiuia was neuterality, while others fa
vored an immediate division of tho State.
The convention assembled at 1 1 o'clock,
and was temporarily organized by calling
William Zinn to the Chair.
Motion was made to admit to tlin floor
all persons here from any Western county.
Discussion arose, some maintaining only
those furnishod with propercredentials were
entitled to seats. Finally, the subject was
referred to a Committee on Credentials,
and the Convention adjourned until 3
Gardner's Island, May 13.- Two pri
vateers were captured by a frigate between
tho Island and Montauk on Saturday
afternoon after three hours severo cannon
ading. Thoy were brought into- Now
Loodon on Saturday night.
New York, May 13. The Times' dis
patch states that Gen. Scott has sent ord
ers for the fortification of the heights at
Cairo commanding Bird Point, which be
regards as the only available point at that
New York, May 13. Tribune's special
says agenU who had been sent from Gen.
Scott's oflico to reconuoiter in tho South
are daily returning and all agroe there wore
bodies of men at Richmond, Lynchburg,
Montgomery, New Ooloans and Pensacola.
Thoy all agree, too, that the troops intend
marching on Washington and that if that
plan was abandoned tho leaden will find
it difficult to restrain the men. All the
troops captured in Texas and released on
parole will be required to renew toeir oath
to the Government,and a refusal to take
their oath will be mot by instant dismissal
Gov. Sprague's regiment yesterday made
op a purse ot $1,000 for the sisters of young
Howard, who was murdered by the police
man. The regiment of Cavalry which Carl
Scburz is to raise, will be one of the most
effective iu the seruice. The object is
enlist and organize a body of men who have
seen service and do not need drilling.
is well known that there are hundreds
men in the West who have teen service in
Kurope. To such men the Government
will undoubtedly furnish uniforms, evuip
ments and horses.
The Herald's Washington dispatches
stale that spies are plenty inthe very midst
of the federal troops and elsewhere, but
there being no declaration of war made,
tbey cannot be treated as spies. Thoy
roust be proved to be traitors to their
country, and dealt with as such.
Word has been sent to Gov. Andrew
Mass., shat citizens of that State are impris
oned without offense, at Richmond and
What course be will pursue in relation
to it is vol to be seen.
Fremont . Daily Jonrnal.
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1861.
Isaac m. keelereihtob. .
Wc direct the attention of our readers io the
admirable chargu of Judge Worcester to the
Grand Jury of this county, defining treason.
Capt. Seaman's company of Woodville volun
teers, numbering 100 men, and Capt. Black
man's company of volunteers from Fostoria,
numbering 103 men, passed through thin place
yesterday on their way to Camp Taylor.
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
Philadelphia, May IS. It Id underitond tlmt Co!. Lev
in rcgiuiviitlnt ioUntrj will revvlm marching ordvrt to
uinrruw through Baltimore southward; tby are fully
equipped. It Col. Hil regiment can ha jrot ieadj it will
alto Uj sent off to-morrow nutler com man ii of Cidwallaiier.
Special to N.Y. Commercial, Washington, May 13. Ev
idence that cannot be contradicted la proving to the Ad
mint at ration that troonaule operations lire going on
among ihe citiwna of Baltimore. The Government will
take derlatve measure to exerclaeits authority In that
city. The Union meo uiuat be au at allied, and Baltimore
muat be kept loyal to the Government. Ten corn-Mini
ot the H7th regiment of cavalry admirable mounted are ex
pected to ariv- here tills week.
Special to K Post, Waabington, May 13 Reported
that martial law will be declared in Baltimore in a day or
two. Winnana and some other rank aeceaxlonist need
attention. Commodore Buchanan, late or the Washing
ton ttavy Yard, has signified his desire to recall hi res
ignation, but the government will not conaeut.
It la reported 8000 rebel troopa atatiooed in Richmond,
and 16,000 more throngbout V Irginia, and that they con
template an attack am the UJ4 troops at the Relay Hoaae.
ew York, May J3. A despatch to Htm on Draper to.
dav from Washington, says all regiments enlisted for the
war should be forwarded immediately. This dea patch
will be acted oo promptly.
Col. Anderson visited the Board of Brokers this p. m
He wasintrodued by J. K. Garland, to which the Col.
replied iu substance as follows: He aald he was not in the
habit of making speeches, but hta reception by them was
so nattering that he mast say somethiug. The situation
. In which he had been placed In be would willingly have
shrunk from on account of the rwponaimlity, but frovi
I dence had placed him in the situation and he had tried to
I dohisduty. rtinco the fall of 'ort Sumter he had re
iarv bitter letters from the south on auctiunt ni hi
reiuaai io join uih uenwij win, uit-ir. ne naa never
written or said any thing to indicate that he would unite
with the south. At the outaet of the slavery troubles he
did aymitathiMwith his southern friends, ihlnking there
was too much northern interference with the subject;
that U slavery was an evil It attached to the south alone.
At the present ertais neither slavery or party polities had
ny thing to do with the subject. The question is Govern
ment or uo Goverament,anu be feltsAtinlied that when the
present ordeal waa passed, we ahall again be a happy
and united people.
This address was rueelved with the most hearty cheers.
He seemed very earnest throughout and his words flowed
an it they came direct from the heart.
World's Special. Barksdale writes that he has a com
pany in Virglniawlch he Intends marching on Washing
ion. Korty cannon are planted at Harper's Kerry. Tue
Pawneeelaanchored off Alexandria, til teen bundrel Al
abama troops landed last night at Nanaasu J unction en
route to Harper's erry.
Post's Special. Preparations Indicate that the Govern
ment Is getting ready lora contest at Harper's Kerry.
Kxpressltospeteh. The British miuutr has applied
for permieaion to ship oerttn productions, particularly
tobacco irom Virginia to Kngiand, to till contracts, but
the Government politely declined.
Part of the tteet baa been ordered home from the coast
of Atrica. The beat of leeliug prevails between the Brit
ish minister and our Government.
St. Loaia, May 18. Au official statement published
this morning, says the Hret firing at Camp Jackson Friday
evening was aome haf doten shots near the head ooluiun
of the nrst regiment, occasioned by a volley ot stones
and pistol shot from the crowd no one was hnrt at this
point the second tlriug occurred from the rear of the
column guarding the prisoners! the crowd here waa large,
Tery abusive, and one mau discharged three barrels of a
revolver at Lieut. Saxon, of the regular service, many oi
the mob cheering him on drawing their revolvers and
tiring at the troops. The man who commenced the attack
then laid a pistol across his arm and waa taking deliber
ate aim at Lieut. Saxon, when be waa thrust through
with a bayonet and tired upon at the same time and in
stantly killed. The eolunm then moved on, having re
ceived orders to march, and the rear company being as.
saulted by the crowd and several of them shot, halted and
tired, causing the deaths already reported. The order:
then wss given by Capt. Lyons to cease firing, which was
promptly obeyed. The principal arms taken irom Camp
Jauksou, were four large bowiuers, two ten inch mortars,
and a large number of ten inch shwl is ready ebarged, some
bve thousand U.S. muskets supposed to be a itortion of
those taken from the baton Rouge 'arsenal.
Thousand ot people lett the city yesterday afternoon,
Ui consequence of reports ot Insubordination among the
German troops, and their threats to burn and sack the
city, but the appearance of Harney's proclamation In
great measure restored confidence, anu many who left
! will probably return today. Twenty-two persona were
kuown to be kiUed at Camp Jackson.
Harrisburg, May 13. A special agent sent
from here has returned Irom Harper's Ferry.
He reports 6,000 troops there including 300 Ken
tuckian aud a company of boulh Carolinians.
They had only one day's provisions on baud,
supplies from western V uginia having been cut
off and two weeks more wtU.exhatist the sup
plies in the surrounding country. They only
recovered 1,000 stand ol arms from the wreck
of the arsenal, and some of these are iu bad con
dition. They cannot manufacture more than
twelve rifles a day. They have only 600 men
this aide of the Potoiuac. They have not erect
ed any batteries bom the Maryland aide, and
aliow no disposition to erect any. All the pre-
piirulions indicate: defensive purposes on their
p.trt. They must rrtieat or be provisioned.
Phia, however, does i:ot cotitiudicl tlic probable
advance or the main Confederate armies by thaf
mute on (Southern Pennsylvania, when Jeff Da
vis discovers the impossibility of breaking Gen.
Scott's line around Washington.
Haltimore, May 13. A train from Pennsyl
vania came through this p. m., with mails and
passenger. It wan hailed with evident satts
i'actiou by the people along the route, and aa it
passed through the city many expressions of
welcome were given. The Natinnnl Flag was
displayed at various pans of the city-to-day,
the prohibition having been removed.
The citizens have been all day in expectation
of the arrival of troops over the Northern Can
tral road but thus far none have arrived.
St. Louis, May 13. There was a report in the
city on Seturday and yesterday that Uen. Har
ney disapproved of the action of Oapt Lyon in
reference to the capture of Camp Jackson, but
it is authoriatively denied this a. in. He not
only approvea of the whole proceeding, but
cumpliments that officer for the prompt and ad
mirable manner in which he executed the order
Reliable imformntion from Jefferson city, says
that nearly all the objectionable features of the
military bill which has Wen debated during the
secret siwioii had been materially amended, but.
when the news of the capture of Camp Jacksou
reached the city, the amendments were immedi
ately reconsidered, and the original bill passed
both Houses by large majorities. Also no Se
cession ordinance has been brought before ei
ther House, nor was such oct contemplated.
The bill for arming the Slate has become a
Cairo, 111., May 13. Several companies Ar
kansas troops arrived at Memphis this morning.
Commencing to-day, all boats passing this
point will be stopped. No provisions or muni
tions of war for seceded States will be allowed
New Orleans, May 13. The Mexican War
Steamer, Constitution, from Havannah on the
6th, has arrived. Sugars declined Ja. New
urieans quoica at o4. items otiriing exchange
7u7 premium. Exchange on New York, 2n3
Montgomery, May 13. It is probable that
Congress will adjourn within the next ten days
to meet again in July at such a place as circuin
ces may render necessary.
St, Louis, May 13. The city has been quiet
and orderly to-day, and citizens generally have
been engaged in their usual 'avocations. Capt.
Tot ton's battalion of regulars are still quartered
in the city, and' will lie kept here as long as the
Police Commissioners consider their presence
nreessary for the preservation of Peace. Tho
troops at Camp Uissell near Casey ville on the
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.are the 12th Reg
iment of Illinois Volunteers under cotmnund of
Col. Mc Arthur of Chicago.
Uen. Frost, in a communication to the public,
says the reason why he surrendered his com
mand, there was only five rounds of ammuni
tion in Camp, and that they were short of pro
visions. Wheeling, May 13. The Union Convention
held here to-day was a large affair. Twenty
six counties were fully represented. Stirring
Union speeches were made, and a large majority
of the Delegates seem to be in favor of an im
mediate division of the State.
The Stars and Stripes wero raised over the
Custom House amid the greatest enthusiasm.
"No Faith Without Works."
One of the Ohio regiments recently elect
ed the Rev. Granville Moody, a well known
Methodist preacher of that state, chaplain.
When their choice had been, declared, they
sent to brother Moody to ask him if he would
go. He roplied,Why,yos, he would like togo
their chaplain but with one conditiun that
they would furnish him with a musket for
said he, "in our Methodist communion
we do not believe in faith without works."
It is needless to say that Brother Moody
received a musket.
The New-Jersey Railroad and Transpor
tation Company refuse to pass over their
road our soldiers orlroops for the defense
of the Union, without exacting from each
individual the full charge to Philadelphia.
It is well known for years past thai this
monopoly has charged!, and still charges a
greater amount of fare than any other rail
road in the United States in proportion to
the distance traveled. All the other Rail
roads pass the soldiers and troops free of
charge. Neto York Tribune.