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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
oit'ICitm OAN "TaXAs WT.
T V Near Mie Mayor'troFre. ,j
Our Motto--Home Manufacture.
Interesillg ftrm Eurepe.
The; Laws of l,,ckaod and .De Facto;
lnde pdeeser of t.e south-Lord.
Pulcmersxtn'x opinion af the Actotin
f tIhre l'; errol (fathinet.
From the London Post. fept. 10.
ce.siioni is now an'nce,,nplislmte '
fact; ftr the Felderal Governmentt
can ino more exercis.e aitholritv in the'
secedinig States than it cal affret to!
regulate tihe (Govetrltlue't of ( ;iandt
oir of this colutl ry'. II seupport of ia
I nion whiclh de,.s not cut is. ,. it not
,ily wages a costly and nhltisuiCce'till
war, but it iel'str,v.s ieveryv-.veotig~et ofl
that frreehl.m hich on'e, was tin'.
irilde and1 th~ b:on.-f 'f the Anglo-I
Mtixoit r:lCe in Ainet'r'ie;.i
It is -aid that thi (e' Iontli .rate'
$tatrt.s ,lve aros i tIiuced their intein
tioit te, lpr lhiilit te .. ixi, .lrt:tii ti . it
c,,ttn seo l, g f.r- il. gl wl, ei. et. :aI
snit the v'alidt i , tl,.e"- Fedt'eral blhrek
ade,. liTh'y Ie, p," Ly t hreat, thl,
', ' huttnln I ail Iriill criii'l•hto t'l
reent, ition tl o ,f itheir lati-al i idepel
deIrucie and o vercigtuty. tue.-ti".x *st
iblockade cantl ioly Ilil il ete. d rmilnd by
ill.i liaw and lreattire t ati.,on. Nos
a. ci.Mllin thfr de-i-rein hi yet ;il
i n tt wlhen it dtes e.ri little doubt
I-n be entertatined thlet .-very tribt-,
nail, ,exept, .t e Imrlup, ie t A. rwi. t,
wieuhl detti'ineii tihe, ilicetinl u;co l- i'
illg it th.- delta lraiitiinl of the tllelta of,
Iaris. The r'cnienuitil oito do- c ifrto,
iieulh,nlideue, as in thei case of the ,
Spaniseh-Amnerieitt provinces, Gretec
and eShlgrniiin, rests tpilt anll entirely
different basis ; andl, when the, propler
occasinit afrises. we have as little
doubt that it will I.e a.t and deidedl
iii trict enttiurniity with tiht inmodern.
public law of EurLpe. But the Sciutlh
ern State., have recently attuetute'ed
that, with the exception of the ar i
dce relating to privateers, thyey will,
with nrgard to neutral greluitls con
traband of war, and tihe' validity of
the blockade, scrupulourly adhere to,
tie declaration of the Cong-reIss of
Ylari,,. In other words, they are will
ing to nat in concert with the more
humane views of Eutropean niatione
so long as they cau preserve and ex
erclise the right of comnnisioling
-Ie regret that the Sutlhern States
should, fenra a t·sc-takeitn view ,f
interest, adlhere too his barbaroust rel
ic of the mildhdle ages. It is a weap
on mort. formidable agalinst suci
innocent comnt'tce than agaitind the
enemy'sm" tralde; but it in based upon
that plrinciple of a militia: navy which
until lately, both sections of pubelic
Inen in America concutrreld in unppo r
tiin. tWe beli've that it is a useless
ant- tlltngerous e xpedint, 11nd1 that,
notwithtandhing the temporary sae
cess of the Sumter andti other eorsait-,,
it will lead to nio lpractical or be'ttefi
cial result. But, whilst we ee the
South, in regard to at least three grcalt
ptinciples of maritidn,,e wrarfare, acting
-a concert etitA the powera of Europe,
we see that a reign of terror lhas been
inaugurated at tihe North. Not only
is the press silenced, but a svstein of
espionage has been established wlhich
has sent the Mayor of Washiug ton to,,
Port Lafayette, and habs actual ly Sub
jected women to its savage and mabi
trary rule. The passport system, in
its most odious fonm, htes been intro
duced in the North. The spies of
the Federal Government are on board
every steamer which arrives at New
York or Beston. An American genj
tiemwati, who recetiy r.'turne'd to
America, after a visit to thliscountrty,
olh'lv mireratile business, was,
Stizelel inmimiediately" upon landinig
fromi the Persia, and his propert- was
ceoniienmt. 'I, The excuse' was that lia
h:il b,,en ii I glirenld e'ilg;igeel] in lhle
tiik ee" tee'geeiiatieg a lean thr the iie
can' elf Mr. ','rrill, whos' libe'rtv I11
leeei,4 c0mel'eed and hie hil.erty c,llis
-nt',d lpoli thi . intfirmiatioei ot Fleler
al -ieh ..
A Ili1i11 g'i.-s aitl iilieiutiteui i m-'e
ltis Ile'vel' oetcui'i'leed. ai, it illJi le
ieop '1ed thai th1 , il tinl ,e d I . 'tl ,mul .411.
upon tou accurate knowildgle of tlit
facts, will at once be s et at liberitt.
If we desired to umn up for thd-bent
fit of Mr. Bright ail his al.iu3irfer,
the practical result of an Anqgricad
Democracy, that resultwoiuld be 'it
responsible military tyranny, ilthe sit
pension of the ?a/eas corpua.ir, thl
stiflihg of the preps, and the`whe!
gale introduction of a ~itstet p d s
po!rtsaad spies. In ftat, aflinrbttra
,gees hve been peipetratei 1iOni e9tl
vidual li terty in te. Northenrn" Stiths
than even King Bollr ,atteidpted ,t
commit in Naplesi. TIe jiroclama
tioun of martial aw at New York Is
not only evidence of national rotie
ness and decay, but showes how; in
the moment of disaster and $isnem,
lnbecrveiMeat 'and excited "opllation
may surrendlr all the freedom and
liberty for which iheiy have coate.n- i
ed during nearly a century.
Gns. Barakner.-'l he foiw oing ins
the army record of Get~ Bucknur, inl
command ofthe 'State Rights Ken-,
tucky troops, from thei West Pi'int
register of 1860. , His aubsequet
army record we have not the means
Simon H. Buckner of Kenthcky, a .
graduate of 1S41, with the cleventh
place'. Brevcnt Second Lieurtenant"
Second Iufantry. Jtuly 1st, 1l14.
Acting Assistant Professor of Mathe- t
nmatica at Wcst Point, from August,
1845, to May, 1IS6, and Assistanit
Int-tructo,r of Infantry ''acrtics from
Augu.i.t, 1848. Second Lieiutenanit, ii
May 9th, 1846. Wounded at C'hurn
buseo, Aug 20th. 147. Brevet First
.ieutenant "for gallant and ntriltori
otii conduct at ('lturil,usen'," which
applointmnnt was declinedl. Re.gi
umental (tc orterinnst.. r, 1 17.
A ,rra of'Ih t. ,1 . ra - k.u , in , ,
SVrmr.-T''hr swtnweship .ingatra ar-,
rivd,1 -off l 'npee line ,.,l the !,l, with :
Li.t 1rpo.il daltes to the 2,1 i ult. 'I
S:lest of rCLtujn on .;tntrday:lk , 40.- '
000 lales--the walrkt ;il;tcilng.
Sute circulaui repl: t ti, aeh.l.s of
Sutttrda.y at ;7,tl00 bales, inclhlini.
20.000 utteral. Lu arrive. Tike .luck
ii, .iv..prlpev on tnhe tlth ii u r. l.11)0
}.:ale-, of a hicll .' .UUo bL i,'l- '' r.
.-Liu ritan. At Ilea e-.., on ti,. --mth,
the .'-ale.t. Uf tel wam'elk wtr, ;0,.00.
Ti'Ji- adisnet. burin;g tile te.k 's' t
free,,z 4 to LOT. %t:,ck in ,",ct :1 1,- I
000 bi .s At loundn, coei-l .- '1
to !,I;. At Liverlool. , lbr.Ait ! titd t
elleit and eitealy,. ,>
We have reeived an interesting~
contnunication .ignd " 'igilance,.'
whlich we will publlish if the,, utrhor
Actluaints nus-vith lis lnine. %'r (an-a
not deviate from our trules fi;, any
article, he it ever so harnless ; there-
tire. it' our correspondetnt will not t
canply with the phulishied rule of''
anlllu,'.'nous contILUlnliitiotimn his arti
cle cannolt be published. The .ub
jct is :n interesting ole!.
S.e notice in another coluniu, ofJ I
J. Kline, Esq., Rleceive.r Contfielrate
SSee notice of C.omlpany No. 1,
malitia, in to-day's laper. t
Sicws u/' f t, 'amsr.--'rh0 New
York 'lJimles, of the 3ith tilt., ll.. the
following: "l'The recruiting rieturtlkt
for the w'eek alre- Ioast iun.I-:aintjllet'or.
'l'There has not ,een sucl ait lIck ut
busin,ss during nuy periodl within c
the last ti et years. 'Thle ditfficulty is 1
to get men of any' kind. 'Thie stardt- I
amd of bights hlm. been lowered, and :1
the next step will probaldy ,be. the '
smsewnsion of the regulati,:on rohibil
ing the enlistmont of ma:rried mllen.-
AppLarently. there' was nothing done
ati Istun and Philadelphia, and no i
deetachnieuts arrivel from tihosj cities i
during the week, nor yet trotm ito- t
chester or Butiilo." t
Mlissi;silpi HIay.--The New Or
leans Hulletin, of a recent date, sayst i
that hay is now heing received in i
that ity freu .Mi'sissippi, e.qual to t
the best Westernr. 'The coumnnlo t
emb grass nmkes excelletnt hay, and
requires but a few da3 a to dry it.-
Jt can be readily ,linsposed of in thie
eitv of Ne:rw )riueans. OUtllr plaitters i'
wo'nld do well to give it tlheir atten
Tonm Savers severely wlhipidl
Toni Mace, tih, clhamlion of Eingt d, t
in a recent accilentenutal fight.
Prince Alt',l cani' over in the Ni- '
agara, d.'stineed tir thi Britih tleekt
at St. Johns.
T'le il,,lndon T mie-tlluel s lt, Sec
rtn' t'" (litri'. alppextd for ixthbcrtp
tiuxi, to the Itie'. I"'ederal lonic.
An- env'.ioiu' m:l't repike.n ais eiuth
at the mlnaln'r in wlihll his neigh-'
birs liv'. as it Ile maiintalined tihem.
It is a kreati dial Ii'tti'r to sit it
b,-0 thn:. half' \h b ,,u think. than <
to thinl. ,nly halt w'hat you '. It
I On last Siaturay evmniag MeMeres
J . ~t.niniinghnim ti 'W WWAeorg
adlressed the citizens of this ýitdi
as per previouts atLwouncstue,at titi
Court Uose. Io"- gentltenss uon
ertained their bearers n agreemed
.jpebishes. Costdslering thir"earcrq
'of peopJo at present in our city, the
ituruout was fair..
On Satturday. .we notied t - fint
drove of Beeves, which were intend,
ed for the' New (hIeraninarket. We
;nnderstanil that anuother cholie lot
wilt soon,,jie sent to the same deatis.
(fen;: tigel, accordiag to tee Cin
cinnati (Iomminercial, was working il
a lfowadry'in that city -at &5a& wemk
whliI theimn -:Meliean war broke out,
lie then snlisted, and went through
themwar as a privnte..
Several hundred volunterxs, from
T'T'exas. ~assedl throngh our city on
Saturday, unroute furMemnphis. 'T'hey
were a fine looking body of smen. It
was uenrrently reported on thestreests
tshat some of them attempted to take
what thuy wanted fromt certain stores
without'. paying for them, and that
the strnkeepers were comlpeled to
close donrs; this, wi' trust is exa1c
gerat,.d, if not, th,. officers shuld
iltvcestigate the matter.
4. will be ,seen L.v reteu'nLee to
3Metsrt. E. E. and B. Jacob'Ls Isv.ertise
Inent it will he seen that their iestab
lishnlent i> th,. place to visit if you
Iw':it thI lest of filr.tr in the lmark.t.
s'eoarert. I' e-td Iv or 'sst iuter,
to saxr that nill lett,rs iut'"nllded I. t e
mailed for slie' Eat, must he planel. in
the ofiice. ,prior, to fur o'clock. Don't
Nashlille. () le. 11.-'u I.L
vil. ,louu .s uf ti t IL, - s:, :, is.'er
mian hlt sup,.rc k.. d 6utnt..r Awbr
sou. is ctuioUand in Keutuckyv.
SLr,' lodi.s, oft trups arxe j:"i::g
through L ,ui i1 l,, to 3 [,dbr ,ugh 's
I'it't,.'s . . thls.ui e ahiP li ., d
e i'vent -t•-'s .,t Ah . el,' tu . . :a t ,'f
Livae t itv ; kiilitig tl.n'.,, itt, coap
taring thirty horme.. Otne Southert'
er was muortally a usualed.
P',ostuuast'r-( m..sral Blair has gswe
t,., $t. l.,soutti- to luuk int., k'reaount'as
l.yischlurg. Oct. 9.-The freight
train, conv'eying clthing fur the 1st
and" 2d it,.giieiuts Louisiana Voluu
terer, and other goods, in charge of
Mr. Price, fill thruugh a biidgc sbout
one hundred imilus distant front here,
and all are in thle water.
W. S. PSjt.
Tiea l;iatinore StuI, of tlh i Lut,
contaiins a dispa,;tch f'iuln Seward, de
mi ing that L'rn't,ut lus been either
recalled ,,r court numrtialed.
Gen. Wool has arrived at Walsh
One hunmdred mutin.ur.- sent by
McClellan to l"ortrsuss Monroe, on
their way to T',rtusgas, were, reheased
|by Wool and returued tso the ser
lingesr, comm:rsusing ,Norfolk, adl
.Magrudolr, Isns. b,eut pruiuoted to
M obile, (OJt. 10, lNGL -Tl. 'h ' p-1'
cial corrnlsondilnt of the Mobilh Ad
t,.rtir,'r, writing hat evening (W'ed
nts.uslayn 't l'Penswttula, ai.ils the tl
lwisug details of the night attack'"i f
ousr forces a Satita Roseai Island:
'I'Tlhre were 1l100on mu in the ex
peditiont, nnher Brigsadier-U snral
Ilunnesls. 'l'Th'v crossed over to tihe
islalnd at X o'cloc'k os the laurnling ","
Wednilsday. At 20 minutes. past 4
tis' lir-.t gilt \\ - tfiired, :aitd is, 1G
Istislsit-ei. all that was 1,-ft of the ltn
lnerolPs crlunl. te, ,t eXtetnsive cotullnli-
slary htildinig that had been erctsxl
thtere'l, was bui)t oneli iassL of sn, )sultder
ing ruins. The hospital structurs is
the isonly huilling ow standing on
thie Island ,of Santa Rsan.
Wilson's (New York Zonavs.s)
camp was the first one reached. '1'The
Sentminels, completely surprised, were
either killed or captured, asnd the
whole reginweust, with its chief, found
safuity only in a rapid flight beyond
thie eastern walls Ft'Fort Pickens.
i'hi,. s.ctls's which ocnrred wheu
this camp was invaded areIC descrilhdl
as hlinsg lnsdierous beyond deLcrip
ti,,s sr beli,,f
'The gallant CUoloel took ts hisi
lheels, with n,,thinsg but t brief skir
teld ncthisr gtarmnslt to cuvsr his na
5'dnets, and the rce. betwe.n himn
and his valiesnt braVes presested it
.-struggls- fr pr',c,.,tnc,, more close
ly e,,ntst,.' thasi aty ever witntes.ssld
ovr tis lt.rIc the rla c lurs. Jnl'-it Isiu w;s-.
as nuothisg il c,,,nlparison with it.
Our men pursudrl thi'fhitsgtt vs witlh
determination, pausing now and then
to tire a btuilldisg or itumlatslluncnt,
i, t, dri-,' a sit-tt il tli . itt, th,
tiCs'hdsohsl, of' the huge estussiols that
imet thdm at nlmost etvry'ic tp. TIlenf
advanced to within a mile ofl eknsi.
aNot a gun from the ramparts was
tired t-ro heeklhe advancing-column';
the-very mound that goes. ,down .to
the. bieayy swinging gates of the for
tress, were sent to their loitg ac
The sexpeditionu having succeeded
beyond-lhle lhopea of the urtst san
guise, our forces turned eratward.
On their return, co(rpse' after corpse
}of theiemny thnt th ir ver,- while
Not a.ga, all tlti timte, hLad. ben
fired f~ou the fleet, whose i gruneuneL.I
ais4 whosi'ae mnaen s have so 01o on1'n-;
sulted; us. '
- er)h troops were im the islmind
from twto imtil six intihe moruing.l
T'rhe boats engage i tahe expedition
were tOwed hb4-k by the stcamfrit
Ewing, Tune antid N,.sfit.
Of thlx Counf.ederates a dozen or!
!more Were killed and twenty-nine
I wear wounded. The latter are now
iiln the hospital at 'eattaculoa.
Among the killed are Capt. Brad
Iford, ofl loririd. and Li.ut. Nelms,
nft Georgia. The tatter, an Adjutantl
ot'oone of tthe Georgia regiments, died
just as the boat, or its return reached
ithe wharf: A braver or more chival
I ric gn'tlemnan and soldier ne.verrbreath
Ied. Lieut. Sayre, a volunteer aid to
(Gen. Ande.rson, was shot through the
bSome of our exhaunted wloin were
prola,! overiuuked t:ndand left on th.
island. M"aj. Vodges, C. S. A., and
suvm' thirty otlher Federals arn pris
onner. in our hands.
Li,.ut. ~iiught.r, of the Mobt)ile
('uontineutals, who t as taJdtt prims
ner while hearing a white flag to
I Fort Pickens,, has be-,,n ril'la.-,+d. 1 "
IItich oinil. 4 lct. 10, 1 St1 .---.4.oi. )
SV.' E. S;tarke, of (;en. Iring's astafl.
lihas arrived hlrer lruln -(tin. Lee'&
catn p in \Ve tern \irgiia, with dis
pI cid w , mquu e:tn'ial the r ' tr '.: ~ .!"
ltosanlcrautte on0 th1e tlidht ,,f thfl (:htI
instant nt-ros-s (I;atn v river., ,r.ivent
ing rapidly in a niorthwwntward di
It is --utp , .: d that a t at : up
phi,.-, unila.- :,l,l,.al.-s ,,tef this r,,a ,..
nit:1, lak ,f transpr tantiot. ,rev iitt'l
i;en l.ee front making sa sa es sful
pursutit of th,, retreatiui 'cdbral
atn iy. -
"h i. \Cu" I .p:tu,tt t haa rceived,
a di-patch from n. It. 2. rtiinl
I" a:ut :<n, citt ll.s e, :.a,~~~orn's ex
Il',ito:s S nma H,,,.
quest in. granted, but yiou are expec
ted to retlain in coltinanid iuttil the
arrival of G(en. Mansfield Lovelil,
who lihs been appointed to succeed
you. and who leaven for New Orleanut
J. P. UENJAMIN.
New Orleans, October 12.-Naval
tilngageue'nt begun at 3:4 u'rlck l
this mnirning, at head of Passes, Ilts
ting ,oe hour, and was again ie-uin
i'd at 9 o'clock and continuing.-
iro:tdsidles are incei.ssattit. Flrther1
Nes ( )rleanu., Oct. 12.-:-ix gun
boats counllllaude ll by Cu',nlinld,
iolllius, startied down tihe river for
the pnurpose ofdi-,idglnugthe. eonmn v's
vesels at the head of the lIasInse,
which they did ItsetCLesfully to-day
'Thie tfll, inug dipattch fr.-in (t"iin.
il,,liun ha.- I,., ,n r,.ceiv, ,' at the na
S;tl t'hplartnut. tt ttunuo nticimig th i vie-'
trv la-t niht, .
F',rt .atcksoln, I )tt. 1.2.-Last
nighit I attackveil tihe lluckadar.- t tIth
is" litthle tba,.,t tcll iuce leded afttr a
vary -itrt struggle to driy', them all
n ti nld oni Sntlhwtest la-s bar. ex
n.c.pt tihe sloop of war f'reble which 1
sunnk. I have cnapttured a prinz t'riut
thnani, -: d atteir I got them tt-t to the.
s.tawd peppere,,l. tha wrll. N,, cnsu
altit' cts our ide. A cottplete site
($ignet.d : -
(;. N. 1LOLI.It .
u )ihu fltt cartitd sixt.teen guna andt
Itfr, •- hnnudrled wen, while the etnemis' !
!fore, was about forty gquns and one
Nashville, Oct 11-A spcial di- i
patch to the lt. Louis Deumocrat,
from Jefferson City on the Gth, saiys
that it is generally ConcededI there
that General Price is on his way
South 'with the main body of his
:Frhedericksburg, Oct 11-Firing,
-nwas hIard uni tlhe i'o'totma at 3 and 9 i
o'chl'ik this morning. 'tnhe first fire
was (canned by ,our batteries opening
on a tug. which, under cover of dark
ness, burnt a boat. The damage to
the tug, is utnknown. Tire firiSg at I
9 i,'clock, which Instid thlirty miniutt.ts -
Detroit, Oct I--Col. Ran:mkin, an
mnother of pnrlitiaient, who was late
ly amtirlzinizi 41y lthe b;.,hral gvitn
Imnntt to rntie a rteitnent ot" ilnicitrs,,
Ihast·hs'n arres-ted for acting in viola
tioni of Enghulatnl's neutralit. .
i Vn-hiit.tonl. (h li 1 -N-Ithitig blut
teit 4 ititlttCl Il ii li ,,trit'.It tti t In 11.
teacedo rle-u nt. 'T:" -,f-Ile~
.1 neral is onrurserVsd in t~tij
sion of his opinion concerning i rl
mont, and heIa does hot. lusita[t,.to
pronounce lhis retentiop ii oflice pub
IPuhlicity haso,heen given to the
violationz of the Savannah bI4,ckade,
by the Britisih steamer tau :rm,
lr a1eewss is said to hve pocoa i 4u
frosm the.dinner table of Lord Lyou .
From the intorntation received there
is reason to believe that .part, of te
freight of the Bermuda, copsteed .
i70.tonsaof .povAe, 'pO E ixeld gi
fires, 10 rifled cannoon, G0,000 pair
shoe~,.a large quantity of bluankts,
cluthing, quinine and morphine. ;
Rlemonstances against, the coenplC
ting.of the cargo aun sailing of the
vessel were made it Lqudon, by 3lin
ister Adams, .htt the foreigna oflfco
did not feel at liherty,;or did not its
obligatione to. arrest the uuhla fgIl
Vo''tital oyir friends in the inte
rior and in Tesxas are commnencinhg td
make their appearance in our city to
make purcelhass, we would direct
their attention to our advertisers:
Amlbptypes, can he had at D. to
Rosen, Texas street.
Groceries can be found at Messrs.
Simpson & Calhoun's, ]'helps & Ro
gers, loth corner of M3ilan street and
the Levee, and also at L. Bear's on
Texas street. Good articles can be
obtained at thosae establishinents.
)nrgs, good and fresh, will be found
at fessrsl. Smith & Lewis, on T'exda
stre.et, a1 paints, oilu, etc.
- WatEhe and Je·welry, e ither P. iE.
L. FI'rank or V. Shidet. both on Texas.
street. will he fonnd the right pleets
to vi.it. Try hboth of tlhem.
liardwalrc, I1ro0, or castilngs, if the
hst. arc. kept by -'h,,omas W. Joanes,1
3Iarlle shop, 1W. ]ereny. in 'T'exas
-r, et, i.h - ':i., ift l -1,..in.,,s of
lo.ptiaunr ts,-g'od e-a t titug--,ith,.r
ithe " o(',,fihlrati,,s,'" or "r J hlt' "
Private Io,,: in-, ' h . Taif r' ,
:on 11 ti' - x it'.r I,.!t ,;li;:l. , t li p
hou Use . ýad ,,a l'.uirman. 3[.Arket
*-- Ir uxuiir thx
steet ii ar the I 'ost a
The Cry is t"And still Another!"
So fa.st doi) our forces gain victories
,,ver tli,em i" t e4 " t it , it bec'ane.
alost a matter of itmpossihility toI
keep an accurate minute of all their:
successes. Victory upon victory is
continually hitig heralded to our,
-Souther people, and the glad tiding
are receivecd with no great demonstn
tinns. hat in the breast of each ini- i
vidmal a feeling of ,ride arises, un- i
expressi!hl. in wI.,lF. The eneUmy.
doubtless ha-, by this time, conclud.l
ed that onlithertt ,lond is not easily
innila to fliw writhromt sistiance nmost
trci·i: Cnrl di'.str nus to a fe. teThis)
i. iot all. for 1''.f"re tfhr. . . iili g o.f'1
thi watr. they a ill I, thii wok. ea, t
people on record.
The last ngagmlnllltt reported was
at tihe Passes, bIlohi Nw Or(leamns.
ad published ill yesterday', paper,'
iona lichl eccasieu, tie ellcailyv 1:i
tr,ated : as i all pIrevioii4 c.llngigueltllt s
they exhihbited thli4r' valor by turtling
their tiacs anld tlisprl,ring ill "doulb ,
quick tite." So much for being ill
It' hli. t,.hrl:It. ,.ver intiiend to gaili
a victory, it ih aibout tile thiy weri
piUttinig their wits to work t, aetciixl
plish it. 'IThel are doomled, it appears
to menlet.t wi tli disnppointulnt in everyl
einctlollter they lave with the forces
of thle iConfederate States. In every
engagement the,re fallls into the hands
of our forees, arms, munllllitioni, etc.
in no trifling quantities, fully repay
ing us for our trouble, and titus, in
stead of injuring, they aid tus. and
keep themselves busily employed olh
tating those re.quisites for our benie
tit. Whxn tlHy attempt calrryilng
ounr ithir grniild shel.llles attallcil to1
hl so much tAlked ofi elpedititn,
thle- will 1le found latking in these
as tlny wre in cnurage t MannaPas.
T'IIh New York Pont of the 16thl
tlt. says that seven hIudred and i
tw.nity-tlaree letters, addressP~ d tot
per-isni in thie scedtd States ilaiI
pbeen roceivedl and detained iat tlht
Post ofi.e that week. (t' these., ino!
lss t1ut)t thrC,, hllUlldh(rd acIl sixtyitwo
were recxit\ iidoi4 the 1.-th, 441441 a large,
1 till o " t h ii l x 'i ' l Ir,.ini 1,? l,
A a` ik LtebisWs'- marry !Ae'C r
veete&yd "velany of_ peri
lons esci onfreme ar lia6 4EirOled
here yeste!d, and repo~rt a'e
sance of l'ie a1akee outieges upea
the rilgts amid -irebrties ofthe- ps.
olf thiollat *"gat it . t
rTh6d anctit- otf ,private i drellir
as no longest nblce flfil audr I n
diy ials, siupecte&teef ampthisin
with the S.uth, - were bditngrsay
fay arrested tlhrougloet tle Siyta,
anrd hurried intom'eineeamet. -
'The notorloun Dan 8isieit ,.ltae a
moved his 4brigade" of irufianq ea
tiryfroim Charles eountyise4quar
ter , them at Piscataway; '~inee
Gerge's eoue.t- ttelpsr -imqeae
'etns'orpamnied lya- srmung detaehmlnal
1 of eitlvaly, left a day or t-ae ago,'
a weounolteringexereim - -to Bu&dd"a
I'hint, which is dir.ctly te
Evansport. - 'The object oftbieJ
dition is said to bhe the sevey of
aviticl,le site for the con stuctioata
entrenchttents from rhich oe appose
any atteirnptto enter Maryland ithtL
point.- He is saidt4o have decl rM
that the Lincoln Goveratrnt iWs
about to erect strong 'fostiatdiiia
extending fromnt Bndd'slPlaltto 'In
'The citiems of Maryland - are re
ported to rhave become exceedingly
despondent ia their epectetiens- af
aid from de Soutmiern*4Joufedea iyc .
Hope deferred has sickened thelhea
of theesrobm'iold Stat , at due fear
ia'g ining ground among Ul. dames,
tdft travretir wil. be daesertid Joy
her sisters of the. ,osth tb 26 he-. fre
taf despotimn of Lincoln, Shewardt&r
C'o. It iLt feared that unless .soon
aided, any influnential citizens will
be ralhicfantly compuled, for the pro
teetirn oftheir familie;and their }pre
perty, to take tltenanthdi alegiaunce,
as 1oss. 'Winans, Esq., has already
The Militia "DrilL
Thin important step luais been put
intO ex~.cltion, a-ld we are pleased to
nntic, that narly every person sub
j(et to this-duty comes forth with a
will, -,me. feiw Lperhaps endeavor to
cvad& it; ver\y few we tryuf. WT
intenheud --ugesting the propriety of
-rillihnt the. ecitizens of Shreveport in
,,r es:t' flthe city, har, when theorder
ih ic .-tue.l to assemble several milhs
distant, we think it unreasonable that
a punctual attendance should be -ex
pected. We understand, however,
with ituch plewure, that this will not
be the ease in future. System iere
qnuisite in everything, let an have it
I'ersons leaving New Orleass now,
have to get a passport from the Go
vernor's otlice. Captains of steaam
bOats have he-en notified to take no
pa.-seugers for that 'city, who may be
unknouwn to them.
.4 Plne,.fe,r Clothhing i/e Army .-
A geutlenlan, who hasl paid much at
tecntion to the subj'ect, suggests a
plat: which is pitrrple, and he thinks
will prove effective. He proposes
that c:achl compln- detail one or two
of its metmbers to go home and get
twu pairs ,of socks, a pair of pants
I,,,ns, a coat and a hlanket for each
of his cnrade.s, and attend -to the
transportation and delivery of the
whole. By this means, it is s.uplpsed,
tha;t ill three wee-ks the winlle, army
can;u ; we.ll pro\idrld agninst wiutehr
cold. This clothling will he in ad
ditiou to such as the authorities can
t'ureislt, acd tie ttwo supplies gannot
fail to make our soldiers comfortable.
.lrri..,- eifa Prcar'Ier.-The Jack
sol, port (Ark) Herald fiurnTishes the
We leans fromln a gentleman who
passed through this place a few days
since that a preacher had been detee
ted issuing counterfeit mon-y fn 'Tn
lip, Dalis county, Ark. He had been
arresied, and all the necessary tools
found. tt was the determination of
the citizens to hang him. He im
plicated severatl planters, no doubt to
divert the vengeuie of an oii
people fiom being visitd nupon him;
but the ruse did not win, and ere
this le has le-ein made to puill m~Sn•.
A letter fromn Heltcua, dated 21st
ldt., says tlhat Col. Henry L.Bisco
died 'nldeonly on that morning of
aploplxy. He was namin ong the oli8i
inlabitnats of Arkansos, having em
igttned to that State while it was a
t.,rritorv. ien ahtot 1~1S. lie was a
uantive ,f Richndc , Va., ad| held
many r,,e-,,neit leh ,,filees in the late
T-erj . e : - C-w.1-l :-. 4tate of Arkan
somes to ti
ao '-es et sari i tw
me C4 jlat~iQ t l i
=Piºa i i# A ono riiW
b weather for 'thetwe& i -sb4e
veT cim6isgeablet 'le bi 6M ºeSal
a 6y 1&d letieti ttitAs4g a4+ L
se sr'vos" " bi'i" . " t :
men of-sense. . i
Roeimein m g'-.=- _
an its si a p~u~iftrbect Uadfl
kIn the midst of.htlo :niitemen· t 0e
', wasr, .i ipt, eins- ialM !h
it subject of theiooldeia' . pa h ,:>s
tr ttl me attention it erv "
A vari of ue , n
3 enunert har]d coneirred to eone.t- -
n the public mind that- whats ht.
have been a few montlsaaa p:4ir
liberal allowance.bythe Gio
to its soldiery, is at the p 'e*n
and for the t futlre,'totat itit8evs
to their proper snustender s'A Len
t hanced prices of everythi a
htae truth of the above pa
a without fdrther comnent. It tmay
o not be generally known tlulhat he
monttdy prdy Ea Confederate iodetier
Sis only eleven dollars. At the tinme
this sum was adopted the prices "'
Sarticleys mostly requirea n men thbie
r sudtenly thrown on their obn-isic
sources in remote portions of. oqr
a country, where the dmentd soo. It
pfd tlee scanty supply, mgt t e
Sbeen sngicient i but when .-w rw e
r, that the prices of all "o en f'erco-"
at santtion and wear bas-aredaysse
one, twd y thee and teirh owmB-i
i cent. it iw u4iy j efired samoF a
ad', uat to the pmro pt sIi ifthe
*oladi"er is the smaudll ttiae
eot : bi.monthly rit- sinr d
wants. In the Lincoln anw A4
. primcutt's pay. is oifteen dol'as. a
mnuth, besides a bounty 6f one laim
dred dollars, twenty of weFiclh 'ls
o vaneed at the titme of'enlistes ble
e sides promises of land after the w'Yr
is ended. There can be so d
reason why our Goveinhet Wild
economise agaiist the g -leaatgpisitA
who-have' sacrificed -every eeagm i
and who inspeal life itself iia.defeoie
a of her rights. h~ murmur beomeati.
from the breast of tliod bidt .*nd
chivaric men who have gone foirth -
0 attle that the Ipthyis inustequate"
cause they aue imbued with paeie
isc sentiment which elevates them
h above the feeling of com plitt, o*the
e love of lucre; but it is, ýitheless,.
e incumbent uipon a jitst ai1haeltng
I people to provide a rwseonable a-
I munerathio for the.. sotUiF, .s tlhtt
r the ordiraiu.y seseities may 1P, ad
- least, secured to ]itm. Whett we re
Sfleet that in uVirgi it' Ties a hadf
't month's pay tbproeCre w~ 'eirof-
dinary shoes, which last only ,a
month, it is easily s.een that eleven
dollars per month, becomes absoTrite
. ly contenmptible. as a compensatoih
c. iunenst,* ith e sthe r q en
dered by the soldier. 1d bhb hais a
proper idoa, without actual Biperi=
Soence, of the .inaumerable little exac
" lions soldiers aresubjected to n lthe
hurry and bustle of tlie inisaice ithey
- are obliged to mnake at .times, where
n it is difcittlt to cook or emvry their
s own food, Buimmite are obtainable
f with great trouble at fine cents a
piece. For a cup .of coffee and a
a gscuit h dalf iolbir is freele given,
d wile everythting elselhey may want
is in ptrpotion. It is to i hoped
Sthat Coangress will not hesitate itd
Snext session, to increase the- r bt
the private to at lbast ias U
t tkat gtiven by thyletaineaihitMW as
hgood and vese id"testheesie
wb e thpill oecnr to ti tIit- t
u in.Let the W itdu sw:ii. tbEkt tbe
the tenftjid- Ahll..De t5
e ,dic~'e the pilses of theStite reach.
ilg thin.r higll position only by craw