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F R B MONT DAILY ' J 0 U UN A fcr
SATURDAY MOMLXG, JUiVE 8,- 1861., ,; Jo, 20.
The Daily Journal,
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Editor and Publisher.
The Confederate 8tatea have furnished Tonnenaee with
17,000 stand of arms, in addition to tho so in the State Ar
Tha subscriptions in New York, up to Saturday to the
Missouri volunteer fund, reached $11,600.
Mctt aw at Pkillippi," a the rebel forces ia Virginia
aald when they retreated In hot uaate from Grafton.
Tha Screw Steamer Peerless, supposed to hava been
purchased in Canada for the use of the Rebels, has been
seised at Quebec, by the orders of our Consul, Mr. Gid
dings. Emerson Etherldge, who is now in Washington, states
that he was obliged to eaoape oo horseback, so violent
waa the secession feeling in that part of Tennessee, where
Nearly enough men have been raised in New Hamp
shire to 011 up two regiments in addition to the two call
ed for in the President's requisition.
The Democratic Ohio State Convention, says the
Statesman, haa been appointed to be held in Columbus,
on Thursday, the 6th day of September.
The Southron's aay that they mean to " invade the
North at every accessible point. They are quite welcome
to do so, and very few such poiota they'll find. The North.
rons aoean to invade the South at tha point of the bayo
A ticket agent stated the other day that he had sold hut
thirty tickets to St. Louis In a given period recently,
while io the corresponding period laat year he had sold
Ave hundred I Meantime the aealea for Eastern cities are
much heavier than at the same season last year. Z,ow-
Russel's Portrature of Beauregard.
- Mr. Russell, the correapondoDt of the
London Tiroes, draws tho following pen
sketch of Gen. Beauregard, whom he met
at Charleston ;
Yesterday rooming I wailed on General
Beauregard, who is commanding the forces
ot Soutn Carolina. Any one accustomed
to soldiers can readily delect the "real arti
cle" from tho counterfeit, and when Gen.
Beauregard stood up to welcome us, it was
patent he was capable of greater things
man tailing oumier.. tie is a squarely
built, lean man, of about forty years of age,
with broad shoulders, and lees "made to
fit" a borae of middle height, and his head
is covered wilb thick bair, cropped close,
and showing the bumps which are reflec
tive and combative, with a true Gallic air
at the back of the skull ; the forehead broad
and well developed, projects somewhat over
the keen, eager dark eyes; the face is very
thin, with very high cheek bones, a well
shaped nose, slightly aquiline, and a large,
rigid, sharply-cut moutb, set above a full,
The Forces in Virginia. A corres
pondent of the Pittsburg Chronicle says
that the federal soldiers captured a seces
sion flag at Grafton. Thirty-two little girls,
draped in white, came out from Grafton
after the secessionists had run, to cheer the
citizon troops, and bid them welcome, and
tho women eried and shouted with joy.
One of the soldiers told him that they were
thieves, as before stated pillaging and
robbing the whole neighborhood.
Piratical Intentions or the Texas
Rebels. Van Dorn. lata Mniar nf thn
United States Army, was, at the latosl ad
vice?, at tno jLeena rtiver, eighty-hve miles
west of Han Antonio, where be captured
Col. Reeve and his command. Van Dorn
has fourteen companies of cavalry, five of
infantry, and one of artillery, making v
force of some 1,200 moo, with ample sup
plies of arms and ammunition, taken from
tbo San Antonio Arsenal, . and ample
means of transportation taken from the
Quartermaster's Department. His anowed
purpose is the occupation of Arizona, to
secure a passage to the Pacific, thereby
oneninir a communication with thn art nnn
Breckinridge and Lano men of California,
r t . . ,
uutj-iiiiii ui wuuiu nrej Hccessionisia; also, 10
secure Guavamas and Carta fit. Taar-
depots for privateers to pounce on the ships
or me racinc Man company. ibe Mexi
can States of Chihuahua and Sonora have
no force to oppose him: and when one
there, ten thousand men and ten millions of
money would bo required as the ounce of
cure, while two thousand men woM now
be the ounce of preventive.
Desperation or the Traitors.. f!ni
Forney writes to the Philedelphia Press
mai a aesperaio contest must oe expected.
The traitors perceive that thus far they
have been outgeneraled, hence bold for
ward movement ia AnmtinAaA nf tha Vinl
of Davis and his sot, to save themselves
Davis bas at last reached Richmond. He
is there in bad health and worse soirita
He is there a broken hearted, bankrupt
in l:. -i'. i ..
man. aii nis enters are sick or sullen.
There is not ono man in the whole cabal
that is not either ashamed or disgusted
with himself. They look upon the move
ments of the North with terror and with
horror. The behold tha awful rui r.t
the Government of the United States, now
rapidly developing, witb amasemont and
wonder. They know that their only safety
is in ficlit. and ficht thev wilL avan if it i
but one battle, and that their last oo earth.
Scarcity or1 Provisions at Miupuis
The Memphis Appeal mentions the ship
ment oi oacon irom new Orleans to that
city. A communication from "A Hard
Working Man." in the same issue of tha
Appeal, complains of a great rise io the
prices of all kinds of provisions. The wri
Hams, that a week atro could Ka hnnffht
at retail at 14 cents per pound, are to-day
selling at 20 cents. Flour bas advanced
from $2 to $4 per barrel; suzar 25 per
cent.; bacon, butter and everytbinir else
necessarv to annnnrt Ufa in tha m.
and this too in the face of the fact that the
poor, the working men. tha mnnhsnira
out of work, unable to find employment,
and entirely dependent. :
Sickness at Cairo. That faartnl Aim.
ease, typhoid fever, has appeared among
the soldiers at Cairo. Tha town is on of
the most unhealthy rjlaoea in tha
Typhoid fever is usual at that plaoa during
tue summer montns, aitnougb not usually
appearing so early in tha season. The yel
low lever nas, in two dirterent year, ap
peared first ' at Cairo, and than avtna
southward, .., . , , , ,. . ,.,
The wheat CTOD of EnplanrL in IftAiV
was the poorest known in twenty-five years.
Not much better is expected for tbe ww
Gov. Andrews in favor or Vigorous
Actios. Washington, June 2. Gov. An
drews, of Massachusetts, in a letter to Gen.
Wallbridgo, concurring with the latter in
tho wisdom and humanity of employing a
large force in the presont wary says -Tbo
day of compromise with treason bas irrevo
cably Passed, and lbs llav nf irtanlutA vie.
"tory shall be mado to come, if we fight for
Tl . .
i. louvurv. mare is pcneci unanimity ot
sentiment in Massachusetts, party nines
and , party creeds aro utterly ignored and
forgotten ; the preservation of tbe Union, the
support of the government and tbe emphat
ic punishment and solemn extinction of all
traitors are the Catholic religion of us all
a religion of mercy. We have always been
impressed with tbe wisdom of Washington,
Who. When advised thai flva fhruiaanrl .man
would suffice to quell Shay's rebellion, re-
a . . rvt . .
puea, men x win send fifteen thousand
there. There can bo no mi1ake about
Tho Baltimore Sun thus portrays tbe
dreadful Slate of desolation that has fallou
upon tbe Monumental City : , i
Reduction or Rents. A meeting of
Innanta evminmrtnf 1 1. n T1.:
street, between Gay and Charles, with a
view ot a reduction of rents during the pres
ent crisis, waa held on Thursday night,
A report was received from a Committee
appointed at previous meeting to wait on
the owners of property, stating that a re
duction of from tbirtv.thrwa t fiftwav..
cent, had been made on most of the bouses.
A resolution waa adopted not to ocminv
any store the owner of which refused
to reduoe tha rent while the panic con
tinues. On some of the wharves, it is
said, tha owner of the storehouses bava
remitted all the rent dua. mnA wnlunta.ii.
given tha use of their property, at least for
too present, a use movement is spoken
of in relation to dwelling houses. .
A FLAG Raisino AT Gin. RnmVa Hnu
The Newark (N. J.) Mercury aay: .. '
On Tuesday afternoon a fina f1.
raised over tha residence of Gen. Winfield
Scott, at Elizabeth, which gave occasion
for patriotic demonstration on the part of
tha citizens. Rav. TTnhart rij j
- a.wws w vUliSTTVArVI i)s
live red an address, in which tbe old veter
an was eulogized in tha highest degree.
He was said to be so affected when told
that the citizens of FlivaKatK
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raise a flag over bis old borne, that ha shad
tears. After singing tba Star-Spangled.
Banner, and rmne anv enmU. j
tha crowd dispersed. . , ,
A militarv oorreMrvnnrl Atii rt tt JafUJL.7a
mf I " -"-- VI fUO BVVW
Advertiter, writing from Pensacola, exult-
g vavwiuw. i uucoia aavacoa wito
bis piraU bosta tbey'll meat such a recap
tion a tha rock srivea tha tram T nn
hear of tba first clash of arros I've seen
victory in tha ruing sua. How our soldiers
pant to ba with thai hrath, u v.;.
stroggl against tha in famous Northmen."
If tha Rebels at Pensacola are panting so
hard for a fight, why don't they try their
band with Col Brown just there in their
own neighborhood f They are seven or
eight thousand strong, and tha whole num
ber of infamous Northman, nndar Brown,
doea not exoeed ona thousand. If they
long for tha first dash of arm and a sight
of victory in tha rising sun, thsy naad not
go pat to find sham.