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THE WEEKLY NHN.
SATURDAY MOHNINO, OCT. 19, IMS.
HuM't .ry saaBa-vee...
W regret Ibe ton tn "blctl h rnrillan
JournU eommoot epon th ' m. afampt of
aftw Centred toexel'ee Blaveln.nrractlim
nnddvO "' While son. is the Admift'stra
gloa org"- reror ' "" 00 brk '"' nst
(Vail of tb Hiwprrsihle conflict" due rin
(aught by tb nvrevlolrn' airl-slev.ry agl a-
tors, there are kepubbcan organs whici uneim.
ly atUmpt to palliate of e.cus. tl leaders ill
1 lb Harper' Frry outrage they repremni
''Osmwatornl llrown," tbe chfc er In tha
, lata blood dram, u no"" nVer.rB'lon by
Ida conflicts In Kansu with lis 'Ihirder ttuf
jUts," end - that to Ms attemut fa or.
genii a ssrvil war be only semilog reveog.
or Injur) whJcb ha ba1 sulfated.
Od tooroal In ihl el'y oven seem to gloat
over tba terrible warning thai ilttuwr, hu given
to tb slaveholder of tbe houib, llisl ih.r I.
Deltbar peace nor safety fur them while they
maintain lb lostltation of Hat err. It preacho
boldly tb " lrratirwinl confbet" dicirlua, nd
jy pamtonal language Hmw to Inflems the
public mind. Tb malign and Incendiary int
if inch language J thl cannot n mistaken. It
Feaston Aa-s not reeenni but if llaoas reeaeaed
mi desire d to pn a pub ic native I" i la perr-ma
ranmre, re probably said to blu s it ttia " tin alare.
drlverehad tnad bpl down imi tu Kai-a by
ore of srms, and he would tr. o p .t din a'arary
aa Virginia by the sarin tueena " rima,tb lfty
tiutrucUons atiKb, Uiaj 'an. tit, return to isag.is tba
inventors. Ttey iravn, lor ilia met tuna iu me ma
-m A,ria. in Ilia irir of llin arm. atfatui oilitl-
ai taiata, tbat Mr thHr cniura and ,mtria
tbey drvra bubdrvda iu aadutiaa, and that tha tnel-
luKinf talk ret aa and rc'eiur. tbi irriirivd bare
atnotratkllintltahiart. Haoaa baa mim limi.
ixU' u ot an of Ihraa Iu a frarf 1 y ai.a.aiit way.
If tin "(Jilt bleb pervlra thla article other
pajU fcf hkhra more loleiit than that which
bat ,uotd prevailed In tb free .late", wa
mtght nell dorpalr of the ir;Uliy of lb Vw
Ion. Hei.evtr public Journal, and Influential
membem of our great political rtt- betHn to
propagat Incndiary duclrinra and git e encour-
agaoient to aan ii Inanrracllona, Ilia Conalltu-
tion reaaaa ( lw a prrftct boiid of Union be-
tirern the PtatM. "J hone great atd le man
n bo founded llii frpuMic firmtvl a lye'em of
Ooiernmont tinder which each ttateahould have
tbeexclnlve managrnunt of Ita own domeatlc
affair., and tb legulallonof Iu domrftic innticu-
tlona. For nearly three quarter of a century,
aluce tbe adoption of tbe Conetliutlon, we have
Iliad on rcoj.le, and proerrd Ireyond all
human calculation, and there ta no limit to our
growth and rrilty if we continue to ro
rpect and be guldid by the principle, of com
jprnmuie upon which that Coni'ltutlon U baaed.
But If Statebitobe arrayed agalnat flute
If to lult tbe tulfiab dehlgni and aiubillom of
pJltUal Iradf and their part liana, there la to
be a perpetual agitation maintained regarding
Slavery, until reason and trloUm are over
born by prejudice and panalun, divUiou and du
.ttr, are tbo ineltab!e conrWuncea. let the
preai and people, then, without rrgnrd to ptrt-,
frown down all attempt to provoke iwcllonal
tlrUe, and to create bluer and Irreconcilable
enmitiu between thvie who ihould live aa
The Vatttd Mlalea and Hwltxetland.
DtmcvLltrs have exlaietl fur aume time
between tbe United State anil the SSwiaa Fede
ration regarding tbe restriction Imposed In the
various Cantons upon JnwUh citltani of this
country. Oar Covcrntuent lias, of lata, given
inot attention to th matter, and a Zurich
aorreapondent of the Jountui 0 Commerce thus
refers to tb controversy :
Tb Amtnoan MlulaVr In Urma, htr.TTn. B. Fat,
baa taken an Iniiantant atrp In favor tba Jawun
ciuaena mo 1 muu Biatea. in utdar to undrr
ataod It full, I miiat first refer to tua ' ganaral
oonventlou or fiiaLdabl, reclpncal esiabuabiuanu,
uncnarr, and for U aurrender of fugitive ertoi
laala," ooneludrd between tba I'mtM DtaUw and
IbalwIaaOonfadatatUja aa aarly aa Nuvamuar Vbth.
IH&O, and rMIOad and pnnlainmt on tb Bttl of
Novwubar. Ibbo." Tba tnrt art vol a of tliat cenera)
ermvantiun aaya t " Tba dtiaena of tha Vuiiad
BUtes of America and the cnis.ua of Bwitaertand
ball b admitted and tieatad unou a f.-
lng of reclpncal aqualtry in tbe two ooiuitrtvs,
vaera av admiion and trrafmenf anal! nof eon.
irv. now h ibb iaT, ma -uie oivauiuuoiial Al
legal provlrstma" of nioal of tha Cantoua 8IUer
laud fwtra-t la a gieat maaaur tba ligbtj of nuu
rbilaTana, tberefurr, fa wbole nuu-chiiatian pu
latUm of tb rotted Btatre la a luat axeiudrd from
Ibe advantages which tba treaty of trU-ndablp granta
and f uaranKa. to tba eitiarnr is tbeootitrat-tuig ir
tin. Tb Aimrlcan Jowa, law milng aoiualutad with
tbeas facta, held eaveral nvtuga and oonvabtlou
tha uiattar, and aeLt a Jdi aaa and deputation In
regard to it tu U- Piealdabt uf tua I'ultaJ Bute, ra
uaatlng Urn to use all m-ao uf dlplumacy fur tbe
iairpuaa of sitting equal lighta tor AuuirKau Jeaaln
Iwltairuknd. Tba Adalmatratlon, of couree, bo
cama onnvtnred that the Jawa wrr ilgbt, and It
H noted our Amtiaaaador tu BwitscraiMt aooorduigly,
Bi Mr: Far, on tba Id uf l)wmlr, 11.17, applied to
tha Fsdaral UuuncU 4he esacuuva aiitburtty of Bwlt-aerland-for
lufurmation about la raatriutiva law of
tba atrveral canbina, and 'tba reaaou why tbey deny
xinallty of right to enine Am.ne.n citisena, ibtoii
la granted and uarautord to lua 8 alaa iu tba United
Ptataa.1 Tb anawerajtf tba aaveral euitona war
transmitted to tba Aiuaiioan Mimtitur by the Federal
OjuooII on tie lth of May, IsoH, a'iooinanld by a
net lnfurnung blm tbat tba BwUa UouaiU In VTaab
liurton was Inati ucted to reqiieat tba Uovuruiueut of
vor of the rights uf Auiartcaa Jawa In tba series can
tata. Mr. Far, In hla answer, dated May Hotb, notl
fled the Federal Oounctl that ha was gitlng to give a
Tapir ta tlie tuUmatl.Da of tha cantons, although
tle Federal Council did not wlah It. About a week
ago that rrjJy was preaented to the Sails Govern
niaut Mr. Fat, baring enumerated all tbe restrictions,
tries to ilmw Ibal tbey baia no foundation, either In
the federal constitution, or in common snae, or lu
the beat Intenata of tbe cantons. He shows tbat
srtlcwtl of the federal eonstitutlou Is not reatrlct
Irs, tba aam only aoinnji the ran tonal governments
to exclude noo.Cbnatiaiis from pt4iticT aa well as
tJrvV. riglta, but by no ntana tmafina or comalluu;
tbem to do so. lis further shows that all thoee raaic
ons brought forth by tbe aeverat cantonal gnvern
iniuta agaluat full I'l'ie ity of Jewish and Curl.tiaa
citizens, are no reaaoia,-thry not Iwluir founded on
reuaocand that tba Uovtrument ol tin I'nltad Hratea
of Aoienca baa a rgbt to esoii't fnan a eaneu of Jua
tlca of thaaoverat oaubaia, aidfrn their feelings 1
luliteiu aa toaard tbair lab-r republic the full abol
ition of theae reatrlctlva laws lnjuiiug a lare b.ly if
the American citisena, munboilng about ono-llfUi of
tba whole p. "illation of gwinerlaed.
Borne Balaa 1 aira are of the oplnlim that the ra
jiresenteUous uf Mr. Fav will rava a gi.al rftVcr, and
will tend ta aboUab era loag all thee reatrtcUva laaa,
AUU aaialloii in many cauluna i4 tba BarW IVaifudar
atlon, in fiat voulraduTtuiu to Iba uUvrwlaa dumu
craUo eubaUtuUuua and laws.
(JsjIbeUt la Italy.
A recent letter from r'lorenc says 1
Whenever GaniuLW ajpaar In hla progieaa
SJirougb Komanga, be aenda an electric spark Ibruturh
tb haarta of all tb Italian youth. Every one who
oea or hear him become a auldiar Tba Ian
image of bis harsngueels short an uncouth, but it
ft tu th puna. -Tba prieau an I the forrlirnera,"
In aaya. '-bare always beeu and are at tha Isitban uf
11 our srlla. II Is time to Mjttte aooouuis with them,
and to luak shoit work of It. Let every r.ne wuu
counts hlmaelf an Italian stand ui and fullow ma.
1 have aeon both tbe French and the Auatraus face
to face mora than one. The) are brave trunpe, both
of tbexn, but as no mtra tban men, aud men we are,
too. Their rank are numerous, but we ba a Jut
oauae and God on our aid. I effr myaelf aa ytair
aruUe. Thaso who eom after iu will bo at no Iom
o find where the enemy la."
tatter frsa It
TU United Bute mall ataamer Da Soto,
Ctptaln DtiXLocK, arrival on Thursday mornlog
from ITjw Orleans, via Havana,. Left tb latter
port oath nth. tost. Sb bring 1213.877 In
f are Indebted to tbe parser for tb ful-
?Twrndum Mucl nlty was felt
" ty' " " lctI
!3 Trt' tU -UuM " l" 1'WIa
plila .xdted a great dl o, nmaMai ,
Cffldal drdM . gav. much aatUfa,.a0a u,.
OrvTAV, UU Minister to Mealco, would Uv
ieT III ran tor England by tu next stumar
Htw from ratio blco give fsvutsLl reports
l regard affairs In that Island.
At Havana Sugars bav been In modarat da
tnaod, at prerlons ptlces, and holders are firm,
efuaicg (0 mala ooocaaalons. Stock H5.000
fyosM, againit 9t.W) bx la 18(8. ExduLug
a M .La 1 iiii.1 HiUH.umuui.in iii tr" ..
to irmat.1 carry out i.aitiral .ch.iH-a,a.i',draa.Iful v V" - ,J,' u", .""," Iwnii.na at Villa
aathrrtlnumlwblcbHii.aaau.lti.trd,iii.Ml lHi f "V1 l"r 'f01" "" ' ,nin luU,r'
Zl?uT, lb. r..,..a.,Ul.t.. nay o.u.t ,nm"l"lef''1' "" '" "hat
M.n. . rid lli.T a.Cit.Ioail lunu. iu turir ai,.
tvt beea In fclr dawaitd. Inodon 17 a 17),
premium. New Tork Freight moderately la
demand, wrlthrnt any Important change rata.
Tha American brig Elxtra, from Clenfaegoa,
for New Tork, In ballast, wu loat In a gl
tbo M Inat., tiaar In da 8'o, tb faptata
and wr.n of tha crew wrr farad and takat
to San CayaUnx
Three Days Later Intelligence.
AlrrraJ t ika Karvna.
(6V f b iivrtfjn rrinrran Cmftf Unf,
vju, it J amvrj
BarMUt, A", ?.. Oct. !. Tb Buropa, Capt.
Ritii, fr m Unnmto, Mb inat., amrnd a Ita ira,
at I o'rlrck Uila n nrnlnt. and aalird Ibaae at t.l l,
A. M , f. n.t n, abara aba will b du to-morrow
Tl a buraa aTprrw, with bar newa, arrlrrd bar thla
Tin Kanramo, Ooran Quaan, and Penrta, bad an
TI V. C Wgat Ciatliat1in, andataamar 8om
trr, wrraat Bt. Vlncanta, rV)4. tIJ.
iiimioiawiu Auancan ahlpaara ra
txtntl Abiartcsn Coiigmnran aground nnar th
Ji. j'a iJuba, tn tl. Ki.ali.h C"nnal t aupptawt an
ha- ! K, od and towad to Bpitbaad. Tha am nat
or aau.aa duu la ivit km wn
Tha CaJifs fron Naw York, f.ir Rnttardara, ran
aaLora m south raaiua, on tha 41b, but no rtiou
The lAK'aatar, from Ban Franolacn, for Aiiatra'la,
foiibdVnd at Ha'akl, July lom. tba craw ware
Tbaataan-ar llammonla, fnan Baithamton, for
Nrw V. rb, rai, aHe off Bt.rt p.nnt, on tin tlh
inat Hb got oil and rrooeeded witbout anparaul
Tna rcnon ooarnanoaa.
1 b rati vmtntutimul eonulna an aitlola b Ita
KrslaO ntaTkitlal.Bl tia.rasa.lt' A sKaawaa aJ.I... t I
lowed by tlit.ro that adtloa w.aiid have Insured the
pn. nty rrfoentral Italy, but hartng In vain nfturad
advice al.ecauuit go ao far aa to Ok. late orders to
France and Anuria will proUbly I sign, d at Zurich
on th. lntt , or 1-Jth lust A-t.la cmtntod to rgn
on all qiwettona Ulongtng to lyaubaidy.
Th official corra.rwtnit,ina l-u. .1.- n-1.1 t
Oovenuni nt and IU nfrlciele In China, relative to tba
ntaauita Uktn forlhe ratinnatmn of the treat r at
Fln, Is taibbahsd. The lion. Col Bacos, lHHah
arubaaaMfor, aUtt a aaltivy tbat tf Admiral lion
I had expressed any doubtaaa to tha mi aaeitr ,4 at
n.llogU.f.Ti theiu.a.e f the Fein,; they
would not bava been abated by tbe a uvlrooi and if
It tn decided tint tha means at coruruano were In
I siifficleiit tojuattfy ao bold a Urn of policy, Colonel
llstaaoeeistbe n-ap-malbulty of Admiral llors'a
I Lrd Jonrt RcaMCll'a MtJ. lrtnlv aimm-. V
I tba ciairae taken, and aas that prvjnr.tlfaM are
iMlTllf mft In .rf.l...rfl.... i.K .I.a I'.a-nl. lnK.
ertinient, to enable tae fmoea to atrpport the llen
IjfrUr.tlarleelri Italr itiritrucfloti.
Out. Dsi in. In one of his letters, shows the pnai
lion nrrnipb d by Mr Wasistba American Mlul.ter,
and atpreaaratne opinion that the Guineas will not
make oiffloultlea an. nit exchanging raUOcationa with
tutu, aa tin oondltlutn under which tbe American
aiuiiM. r mi aioue enuiu-o. 10 rieit renin cantoin noth
ll g ofl-nlva to Cblueaa priila. Col. Hani a eipreaene
nioch gratlllcatliai at tha frk-ndly filling and aaUt
ence eirrlrncrd from Mr. Waao and Flag-Officer
Tavaai 1, and concludes aa follow-;
Mr. Waar.'s rxeution u on of eonaiderable diffi
culty, nor do 1 aa altar our uniucceaafiil attempt at
Telhis tbat aay oourae ws pen save tbe one which
sehaadoed. 11a has acted eoruially and frankly,
In tbe spirit of bis eaclaratlisn at lloug Kong, and
ll Is a mailer of aetlafactlon to ma that his concert la
onr previous proceedlnga, Is a strong argument in
favor of tha conduct puraued by M. lis Doobsolom
No further change In the Great Eastern pragramm
Is announced. Her derture for America depends
ei.tlrely upon clrcumaUDCea.
A Paris latter of the Bth aaya l To-day the funeral
servioe waa perforoied ovar tha rema'na of the late
American Mluiater, Mr. Maaoa, at tha tolled Btate
Oai L Tl a Foreign Embassies of Fans were all
prcaekt, and immerou other uaraotn attended to
rnrm the last sad office of friendship. To body
oT th deceased Is to be Immediately seut to Ame
rica. Oaaaaietelal lataDigsao.
1-lvitnrooL Cotton Mabkbt. The sales of
cotton fur the week were about PS.0O0 bales. Fair
and mldollng nualitlr ware allghtly higher on the
week, while tin inferior quallii a ooutmued unaale
ah e. The market thand firm and steady.
Brave or Tsana. The Msnrlnster retiort are un
Uvibiool DaauwTrrTs Maun. Flour Arm, with
sake of American fit OdaSIa per barrel. Wheat firm.
wnu a iN'tter tone ainoa Tiieenay. torn buo.aut,
and aligbtiy higher under epeculatlvo purcnaaea.
Livutnaii. I'aoviaion MaaasT lleef steady, ex
cept a alight diclbn tat inrenor quality. Fork heavy
ana asiirusii unsaieauie. iiaoon quiet ana rwHni
l.el. Tbe Londim money market waa unchaogad. Tbe
IniUfcai i the liana l4ilaud, bad daera.a.it Xil..
000. A limited bualneaa was doing In Ameilcaa ee
cutltlea at prevloua raiea.
Trial f Warteai Inland.
Tbe trial of Warbkn Llajsi, of this city, on
a charge of defrauding the Colchester Bank, of
Conn., ont of tbe lum of f 02.000, wu com
mencetl at fja'cbester, on Tuesday. Ibe charges
are, that Mr. Lklanu wu engaged In obtaining
the charter of tb Dank, with the Intention of
defrauding those who should become stockholders
In it 1 tbat be subscribed etotk which b never
paid in any way tbat be wu engaged In a con
piracy for the over Issue of tbe bills of th Bank)
tbat be now had In bis possession over $00,000
of tb bill of the Bank, and tbat be bad defraud'
ed tbe Hank to that amount. Mr. Lvlaid plead
not guilty to the charges, and stated that the
present suit bad been got up for tha purpose of
extorting black mall from hlra
8ANCM.F. Jones, the former Cuhler of tba
Colchester Bank, who wu arrested In New York
soma time since, u a defauler, wu called and
testified that Vaiiua and M-Hcox LaLAKD
and himself acted together In procuring tbe
Hank charter) tbat f.1.000 wu paid for log
rolling it through tbo legislature, of which ex
pense Mr. Lelahd paid one-half. Mr. Jokes
The first hutallmeiit toward the capital stock was
paid In, Uiitober W, ISM, onnsiatuur of ten tlumaaud
dollere, or ten per cent, on th wbon. About 15 wr
rent, of this Instalment waa specie, and bills of good
Crnnectlcut Dauks; the other T3 ir cent, waa paid
In by m and Lauaau, and ooruustod In wurtbieaa or
fiutlttoua pair. much of It tilled out and signed. In
Lxlasd'b band-wrttiiur. The next Instalment wa
paid In November Sd If MS, uf 80 wr cent , and waa
madu up in much tin eame waye waa tha laat, of
V0 pet cent., which waa ild In soon attari aud the
llank want into oairatiou with abtait to percent- of
Its funds Inafus lupvit which was manufactured and
aunilnd by Lauuiis and put into clruulallon by tbo
Uaidi. A memorandum of all ttua fictliUrua par was
kt by both I.XLaaoaud mysalf. and Jiut before It
betann tw) able, a new batch of the aame kind would
be aent to Unlrbi ate r tor circulation, and Its avails
seat to New York with which Lsx.mi met such of
tbe pajer u wa sent there for oolloctiun.
Tbe following letters were put in at evidence,
and were sworn to by Jor.hu u being In the
band writing of Mr, I.n.Ant
Ksw Yoax, Oct. 80, ISM.
Inua VaiaaoIVm't be alartue.!, there will not be
an aaamlnateai liutll aUait tin time matteta atari.
If there ta you can lis It wtth them by havti g the
reitlftrale td, and alau the n , but 1 don't thlak
tney win niue ll, or yiai ran bava your own family
nut pay lu theirs till tba next one eiunadua. lu
tbe ta-at Jiai caru Yuura. (No aigbatura )
Juioas will go up Friday altcruouu with the bon.1.
Mrraoi'oUTSN Ilorxu, N. Y , Apr. 4, lifts.
Faiariu Joasa 1 1 gut brauo tia morning. 1 waa
dcialnod a day or two more tban I exievted, but I
ba.1 bupottant leisiueea tu atteud to that 1 could do
UtUr tljui any one else. There is but one iblng
tint I tan sue that I would alter, and tbat Is n4
very iniartaiit. I wiaild wird It In thla wav I "To
In id hi gold tit allver, or btlla of aajle-inytng
Ilanke " If tiny paaa It la thla fonu. It would be
valuable to us as a convenience at luat If ttu-y
lnariad it In your aay, 1 don't sea bow we could uae
It tu any advantage to ua. If tbey should strike out
tbe laat c suae It would lu hurt us much, as
we caild 1 ay si arte. IVaae luok al all tha laws per
talnlng to Hanking lu your Bute. I should like to see
ibem, whenever ills maiveniant for ou to get them
Ineehape;! want to be luatod. I hope to ete you
often, and 1 want It und.iatood bVlween yuu aud I
that when you coma to our House ou am not to ny
norofftrtuiwy. Weamsngagul In an enterprkaa
for th benefit of unboru intluons, and wa shall want
to ooufer together olten, and then we ehall better on.
derataud each other's views; and I will add, that In
case we fall In our enterprise, I aha 1 y una half of
all the expense, time, 40. 1 merely mention these
ttunga because I tlilnk they should be understood.
Your truly, Wisssa Leuan.
I shall aend th charter by Exires; It shild get
there tomorrow. W, la
Krtm present appearanoai, quite crop of law
ulu will grow out of the affair. Th Justice has
been sued for conspiracy) tha Lblakps bare
been sued in tbe civil courts; Joans lu been
ued; tbe counsel on both sides have been mod,
ana several libel suits bava been talked or.
Lam A disnalos from Hartford, last evening,
sayai Mr Wsaasa I.auau waa, to-day, honorably
diaU.ar.ed by Judge Uur, at tiolcueator, afW a full
."a w utm eviounoa, without nis introducing a
. " " aueenaeuoe clearly alaoloaoa isack man
rir" "" "" a"1 of Ju.sa, the defaulting caahtnr.
auattrV.IlT.t . .,Tt ,,, " " uut,for obtalng
TJwZSSZZSt?" bank, and lb .xamlnattot
Tfce Parpfrs' Frrry Wcrotti
Tbe Inurf enU Siiprad.
Numbers Killed and Wounded.
v. s. moors rvRsvtsa tub Features.
Th RUlaadr Arr.Medor.tk
KAJ S1EN If tan FRAT.
OUt imoWSTIlK UZS'KtlAt.
OF TUB K10THRD.
lattraajitag D.UIU f Ik AffaJf.
Wben onr report cbd, la.t waak, the Oorcm.
, rVata, ami Tunminr tniopa, had tn rrltd
allbarrroa or th rli, and fnt panolor an at
tack 1 n the riot ra. Wa pra th dnpatahe aa tby
haaairna to bai cL
HtJiimorf, tct, 17. TIi Oortmnwnt are ta
king rrrronce M tbe praaa d'apateVaa.
Ail rKCTa riow HrtriK, are harr.cadod In tha eiiflae
bona in tha Armory rneoaura. A numtjer of ctti.
tn are ltniond with thn, whom they rtfuaa to
rVwral cltlrena bare bran killed aa aim rrtral
Tha town baa been taken ritawaaaLin rl b mmj
entijanlna of Cbanebi, Hbepuerdatown, Va, and
Fnd.nek. Therlota.a am entrenched la the Armo.
ryi tbey bald Mr. Waahinaton and Mr Langeifold
aapruaaiera Tbe Inaurnrtlnnlat are comma-led
'y t'spt. Ilnrwn, i Kanaaa notoriety I tbey nim
bi red ongit ally If white men and II orgrnea, several
of tUm were abot two men or tba Martlnaairg
eommtiy were shot dea.1 wbllat ehanrltu. In eh. a..
enory. Allen Kvar a, inn of the inaorrectionlat, li dy.
log he La froru Connectout. lie says the vhole
scbann waa g..t up by ftrown.
Bonn 1 1 1 raona are kimam to have been killed.
Fountain Ureal hem. Railroad Agent, was rnot
d a.1 fnan Un Arm.rry.
Three rioters are lying dead tinder tha bridge.
It Is r.airtrd that the inters have carried off a
con.liloral.le amount of (lovarnmrnt funda
aiy.er's Frrry, Orlobtr 1 A. M. Tin battle
yaa MikM nialruy by the ralnoad fining, men fnan
Martinalotg, ledby Cafitatn Ar.inrrra. Evsa Drm.
ssv, craiducba', s kiliel, and oaidnctora Bowaaa
and llaLLBTT wounded. No damaee was rt.w to
tba ralin al or btVga. It la tnought tha rtot-ra will
In hung as aam u tbey are captured, In tin morn
ing. itarjtrrt Frrrf. Ottohtr 1 A. M Prepare
tlona are making for an attack on the Armory. Tbe
soldiers are all around the grmiada, and for thela.t
hour everything has been quiet. Tba riers hsvs
still tha fia owing inraona In tbelr iemaaton 1 Aaar
STsan llaLL. chief dtaugt tuian at tin Armory Ilea
.sain Mttia, Master of tha Anrairy 1 John P. Oaaa.
ssriain, I'ayraaMeri Clerk, Lsais Wasuisotom, a
farmer and prominent cltisen 1 Joiin Auavaor, far
mer and lua sn sixteen yvare old. Tha three last
named were anted ) their farms, several mlee from
nmtr'$ ferry, OH. 18 fM. .If. I he Armo
ry haa taan atonned and taken after a doejwrate re
sistance Colonel Bntrrr approached with a flag of
inicr, anu ui rnanujKi a aurrenaer. Arter espiartu
biting some tlmn, tbe rioter refused to surrender
'ft e unrtnre ad vane d tu the charge, and endeavored
tubrtak the drair down with sledge haoiaiera, but
It n elated all their t ft rru. A Urge ladder waa then
tired a a battering ram, ami the dour gave way.
The rvter final bnakly, and allot three of tbe me
mos, tbe martnra firing In turn tbmugh the ttly
broken dia. Tha maruwa then forund their way
through the break, and In a few nunutes reatatanoe
waa h au enu. lua niaera ware brought out amidet
tin most tntrnse excltmefit, many of tbe militia
present trying to gut ao opportunttv to ahoot them.
Osoaos Ttnwrs, a grailuate of Vfeat Print, arid
one of tbe rmeit dlatlngulabed rltsen In this vvrintty,
-res abut yraterday wbllat ooralng Into the town.
Ua baa dnd during tba night. Three of the rioters
re lying dmd In tbe atrai ta, three are lying dead ka
the liver, and several are aald to be lying wgbln tbe
Armory enclismre. Tbe f.rllowlng la a Hat of the
killed among tbe citisena and soldiers, a far u
aacertaiiitd 1 Forrerain ItsaviutK, IIavwooI), a ne
gro orUr at the railroad statue., Joasm Rtirutur,
, HeM-rr's Ferry, Kvaa Dosast and Oso. Riniisaie
son, of Martinsburg. Am.ther riotar, a negro tnman
Inwis Laatv, baa Jut died; b aauiraaed to the
mticulara of tba tJua, which ba aays waa ooneuntad
iy ltBoww, at a fair held tn Ohio two months ago.
The rotors hsv hut aent out a flag of true, and
aay that tf nut protected ny tha soldiers at preaeut
here, tbey wnl bang all they capture.
'aln llanwM and Ids son were both shrit. Th
latter la deed and Ibe former UJn a dying atate. lie
lies In tbs armory eucharure, bleeding freely 1 he say
In Is old Oeawattome Itaowa, whian feaia In Kansu
Lave hail aucb wide notloe that his whr 1 object
waa to free the slavea and JnstlOe his actions. He
aays he had poaaeaatoa of the town, and ooutd have
mureeied ah the people, and that he haa been mur.
dered tn rvturn.
J. O. Aaranuoa waa also shot down ta the aaaault.
lie waa from Connecticut. Tha dead body of a man,
killed yesterday, wu found within tbe armory.
ITanw declare that there wee nonogeged lnth
plot tmt tiros aocompanying him. Tin prisoners
are detained tn caatody within the Armory enclos
loltrrnors, October 14 There I Intense Tene
ment la IMS olty, and nothing I talked uf but th
Insurrection. Ueaaral BTCaaT, through Governor
Wise, In communicated an order to General J. W.
VYiniM, of Una city, ti pninre, equip, and mount
lmmedntelv, a body of men tor service tn ths moun
talna near Harper's Ferry, where many of tbe Inaur
g. i.ta have taken refuge The tron will leave this
attemoon. Gnvcrnor Wist )aaed tha Belay House
thla rooming, on the way to the seat of war. Three
artillery companlea arrived thla morning, and are
quartered at Fort McUenry, watting orders.
llantr't Ferrg, Oetobtr 11 noon. Soon after
tbe ah rmlng of th Armory, four dead bodies of In
surgents, abut yraterday, werefeund within the en
closure. Cat tain Uao a and hla son were danger,
oualy wrajnued. Duly two of the Insurgent are un
woutmIoI tbtlrnaiMS are liwia Corrirsi, a white
man from Iowa, and Bmaun Ussaji, colurad, fro a
lows. Tbe rty orlguially ounalsted of twenty-two
ptrsons, of whom fifteen are killed, two luortallv
wiainded, two are here unhurt, and three went off
with slavea on Monday morning.
iVaiii after tbs ssiaultou the Armory, anrae firing
took piac fnan tha bids 011 tb Maryland shore, eup-
Caientoln fnan Coua and hla paity, who left on
onday morning. It wu returned wtth a gtmral
volley, but both parties a ere tn dlatanl to do dam
age. A oanni of armed rueu lias gone In pursuit
of th fugltlv. s. There are prolnbly 1 000 armed man
here. Tbey bava been touring In all night, from all
rts of me surrounding oountry.
axrusT or oouiarx lbb.
HTukfnrrfon, Ott. IS. Th BecTrtary of War this
morning received a telrgrsphio dUivalch from Colonel
Lxx, dated aeven o'clock, saying that ha called upon
ths rioter, win were barricaded In the engine houae
on tin arsenal grounds, to surrender, promising to
fa-otect them uutll tin wlahaa of ths Freaident couU
aaosilalned. Thla propnaltlon waa made In order
to aavs tha live of tin prisoners who wsre Ul the p. .
nadun of tin Insurgent.
This messsa wu sent tbmugh Lieutenant BrtJiar
of the fliat cavaby. The insurgent doctlntd to
surrender, whereupon, at a pn oiuoarted algnal from
Lleiitanant Gatrxri, the detachment of marine who
ware near by, forcibly broke Into tb engine house,
killing two of th rioter and capturing tha remain
der. Two of tbe martni were wounded 1 one of
them mortally. Ouawaroaia llaowa. th leader 1
th rioters, wu alao ruoitetly wounded. Several
nttue of the enamel, together with other prii oners,
all eat aid tinhurt-
Tbs War drnartment liu dlsnatahed an order for
the troope at Norfolk, who are at Fort Mcllenry, to
remain their until they receive further nnLra.
TbsFrealilentofthallidtlmoreaud Ohio Railroad
telrgrapha to New Ym k tint ths Insurrection Is en
tirely suppresriid All ths outlsws aie killed or ar-
reeled. All the frelii' t and paaaenger trains are run
idng wllhentue regijaaty and safety. No damage
baa been done to any urtlon of tbe railway track,
trains or property.
i7oJftmore, Ocf. Is1, if. The rennavlranla
Plrrcture of the llalUniore and Ohio Rallri4 left
Martinsburg, thla morning, for thla city. Travel la
now resumed nn the road, and th trains are running
OasAWATTAatx DsowVs wounds are n4 onneid.
end tuoital. One uf th tkitaia killed wu named
Bvrast TaTboa J. C Antixasoa, ons of ths rtug
leaders, who atoppa.1 Oi.udui tor Fuslts, yesterday,
waa klileil durlug the first attack by the Virginians.
He wu a fine looking man, with a Bowing white
laani. Bonn of tba MarjLaiHl Voluntaers aratn pur
sun 01 tjaamn tsaia a party, a negro, same
nskSM, from llarrlaburg, and who waa eonapuiuoua
tn the lugltlva alava nut In that city auto years ago,
wsa Binning tha tnaurgenta.
Ilia eprrhnded In view of the fact, that the Pres
ident haa authorised ths military to pureoa the In
euitrenta In other Htatrs tf neoeamry, that there may
be difficulty acruae Femnjlvauia and Ohio lines.
'arper's ferry, Orf. H-J Mf Ths Secretary
of War baa telegraphed to U4. las, that Mr. Ocu,
Ulstrict Attruey,rorlheltlatnctof Columbia, will
jroii-ed foitha tth to llsrr"B Ferry, to taks charg
ofthelfgal pniceedings sgalust the prisoners, and
bring them tu trial.
A train la now getting ready to convey horses and
nisulopuiBiw tin ttoUrslhto anyr-Lteor locality,
where they may hare tied Thla la bv orde. of the
Frvaldeiit at tbe request of Governor Wist.
EoUimort. Oct. IS'. Jf. An rye wltneas, who
has n turned from Ilarjwr's Ferry, deacrlbos the
soeia s tlnre u follows 1
" Ths first attack waa ma.ls by a detachment of the
Charleatown (linid, which eroaaed the Fobanu Kivar
alana Uarjeu'e Fairy, and n tubed a building woere
th tnsuigtnui were 1 sited by the canal on tba Mary
land aide. Bmart firing norurred, and the nub!
were driven from tbe bridge. Ons man was killed
bt re, and am.ber wu arreeted. A man ran out and
tried to eacai, by swimming tbe river t a duaen
alus were fired after loin ( be lnrtlally fell, but rose
again, threw bis gun away, and drew I Is pistols, but
both suApprdi bs drew bis bowls-knife, and out his
heavy aocoutremsuts off and pluogod Into tha river,
one of ths soldiers wss ab.mt t"n feet behind, the
n an turned round, threw ip hla bands, and said,
Uou't ah..," the s.0.1 vr tired, and the man fell Into
tha water, with hlsfaos blown away. Uieouatatlrts
ware cot from hla peraou, aud la the poo Sot wu
fouial a Cai taln'a v nuu'aalon, to Ca) t. E li. Lts
Mis, from the provmlunal guvenunaut. Tb coin
mlsali waa dab.! Oct 1Mb. !, and signed by A.
W Waowii. C.nuiandor-ln-C'blof of tha army of th
provlaiotnl guvemiui nt ul tba luitmt Btate.
"a l-vty uf five is" tha Insurgents, an aud with
mink, riflee, and pteb'd In the rifle Armory, were
expelled by tbaChailaatinginrds Tbey all ran
fur tl river, and one, who waa unable to awlni, wu
drowied. The other four awaai isit to tba rockatn
the Bitddlftof the Bhenandoaa, and fired up.ut'a
cldHuaaud troop upi both bank. Thla dsw
BiJU them Ura musket v( bvtvreea two aud
three hundred men, aud ant laaa tni -;-hunn
red abet wrie fired at toera from Harper's
I'7,Dotit two hundred yards dUtant One waa
finely aaottfeeli tbe see (, seari, attamitdtn
ju p over the dam, hut fall abort; aud wu not ee-a
artcrwardst tn third wu badly wouod-d, and th
retrninint on was taken nnharaad. Tha whits In
surgent Wounded Bid eautueaif. daw. 11 a Urn mn-
I Baent after. In tba arm of our informant: be was
BOOt thrmiab th bfTWat and amu-h II. ajJ.
a I? .!? ' -"I on,J' t-neteen wUte engaged
I tn the tnanrrectinn "
- s-orweariT an hour a running and random firing
was iktptep by tb tny pa agaourt tba rioter. Bev.
were bot down, aid many managed to Bmpaway
wrundM. Inuring th. flnng ftn women and children
hi,rr..5r...5.li!j!r,y Olte"-"! twt when th-y
learned that the arldwra were their protectors, they
ban courage aad did good aarvtos In tn way 1 rre
nrg refreabn eiU aul auVading the wiamdd A
Our U.forraant, who su on the bill when the t rut
was going on, wys aU the terrlbU acmu of a b att a
passed In reality before hla eyre. Soldiers c and be
set n pureulng stnsly and In ennplea, and the eracg of
a muaket or rifle wsa generally followed by erne or
more of tbs Irnurgente UUng tbe dust. The dead
lay In tba street where they fell. The wouaded were
A body of 40 mout.bd mm left Baltlmora this af.
tarnoon, fur nerr' Ferry, to paurn the rioters. It
la n ported that many bars eacajnd, and are secreted
In tb mountains.
.affimer', Orf. 1 T P. The Daslroor fa
fantry Tnaan have Juet amveil, and are now march
leg tn tin Armoriea Tbelr eervfos were no lunger
required at llarjei's Ferry, th Government and Vu
gulatrooj beiLg amply sufficient for all emergen
etea. Tbe rernrt nf the A merrVaa cnrrrnenca vrlth a no
tice of toe rrrigtnators Tbe principal originator of
in anon miv omnar inaurreriinn wu undoubtedly
Caiit. JrwN Ban a, wbon connect lai with aoenea of
violeno In tin border warfare tn Kanaaa made hla
nann familiarly nutorlou tnroughuut thawho'e coun
try. Itaowa made his Bret appearance In Harper's
Ferry more than a ytar ago, Bconfvted by hla
two aona, all three of them aasumrn the name of
Satin II Inqnlred about land In tba vicinity, and
ma.1 Inveetigatiom u to tba probabirtt. of finding
orea there, and for anrae time boarded at Sandy
1'irlt.t, a mile 1 Bat of tha ferry.
Alter an erjeaaee of some months, tin elder Tleow
reapprerrd in tbe virtnltt.and rented or leased a farm
on tha Maryland eUlr, about four miles fmen the
Ferry. Thy laiught a large number of tseka and
rpedea, and thla conflrmed the belli f tbat they In
tendidto mine gold, as they were frequently aivan
In ami about IUrr'a Ferry, but no suaplulnu seem
lo have etlatt-d that Bill Bm.tb" wu Cautaln
liana a, or tint ha InteniWl embarking In any move
ment mi, dr-aperte or extraordinary. Yet tin devel
ota nirnt of tie plot leaves no doubt that his viartl to
Fcsir, and his less, of the farm, were all puts nf
tbe prraratlm, whkh, he aupp. sed, would In sue.
caalul In evtnrirrlnating a'avery In Maryland and
llBoa a'a chief aid wu Jowa E. Cnoa, a onmpara
tlveiy ymmg man, who haa naldd In and near
I'srry stsnayaani U was Aral employed In Snorting
luck on tin canal, and afterwards tauht eahoid on
tie Maryland side of the river, and alter a brief re
silence in Kanaaa, wlnre It la auppnvd ba became
ecqiiainied with Ilaowrr, retuniul to Perry aud
married there. He wsa regarded a a man nf sane
Ir.tililgriiar, and known to tn antl-alavery, but waa
not au violent In tha expteaalou of his opinion u to
exclt an) ausplstuns.
Thee two men, with llaoa a'a two son, were tin
only white men coi.l.eilod w th th Iniuirectlon that
had bar n aeen atrout Ferry. All werr brought by
Maowa frerm a d stanc, and nearly all had beta
with blm In Kmus.
Tin A st active movement In the InaurmcU wi waa
made about half-t ant ten o'clock on Sunday night.
Witxiaa WiujAMaoa, tbe watchman at ilanr's
Ferry Bridge, whilst walking acnar toward th
Mar) land aide, waa aelxed by a number ef men, whi
said he waa their priaoner.and must come with them.
Ha recognised Itaowrr and Coos among the men, ami
kina lag them, treated the matter u a joke, but en
furoing silence, th.y conducted him to the Armory,
wl.lrli he fotuel slrtadr la their 1. .. ..inn lie wu
detained until after daylight, aralth-n dlaoharged.
Tba aaUhman who waa to relieve Williambos at
midnight, found the bridge llgbta all out, and wu
Immediately aotced 8utr)aiaing Han attjmpt at rob
Inry be broke away, anil bis pursuers stumbling
over him, hs eecapni The nest appearance of th
knaiarreotlunlen wu at tb houae of O.kinel Lewis
Wasnraoio., a large fara-ar and slsvs bolder living
sb..; four miles fnan tha ferry. A part v. headed by
t'ona, pnneodtd there and roused Col wuuianns.
told him he wu their pruaanr, ao also seised all
the slavea aear th bouse, and took a carriage,
boreeand a large wagon with two hone. Whan
Col. WasniMrroa saw Cook, b Immediately re
coguised blm u tbe man who had called upon him
Kane months prevloua, to whom be had exhibited
Boms valuabls arms In his pmejaralon, lueluiling an
antique sword, prearnted by Fasnaatoa ths Great
to (iBoana WauiiaoToa, an.f a pair of ia.tola.pre
aented by Llr.vtrrrs to WssniaaToa, b.h being
bdMorrms In ths family. Hefere leaving, Cons
wanted Col. W. tn eagage In a trial of skill at shoot
ing, and exhibited cmatderaSn certainty u a mark,
man. Wben be made tb vuat on Sunday night, ba
alluded to his previous visit, and tb courtesy with
which he had keen treated, and legretted tbe necaa
alty which made It hut duty to arrest Col. W. Us,
bowaver, took advantage of tbe knowledge ho had
obtained by hla former vteat, to carry off all th valu
able eolleetton of arma, which be did not re-obtaln,
till after the final defeat of the usurvectlon.
Frutn CoL WasaiwotoN'e be proceeded with hlra
u a prisoner u. th oarrng,and twelve of his na
trons in tb wagon to th houa of Mr. Alutaoti
large tsrnnr on tin nam mad. Mr. Aixsv.dt anil
his sun, a lad of siitaen, were take prisoners, and all
Sbeir negro-a within reach, forced to Join tks move
ment He then returned t tbe Armory at th Ferry.
All theae movements ssnm to hsve been made with.
out rxcttli.g tin slightest alarm In town, nor did th
detention of Cait, Faxir'a train.
It waa n4 until the town tnorougl.ljrVsksd tip and
found tbs bridge guarded by armed men, and a guard
stationed at all the avenura, that the people found
they were prisoner. A panic appear to hare Im
mediately ensued, and the number of lniurrectlonlsu
at once Increased from fifty (which wu probably
their greatest force, Including the slave who were
forced to Join,) tofrirm five to six hundred.
In ths meantime a number of workmen, n. know
ing anything of whst had oocurred, ent.rodthe Ar
nua-y, and were suoceealvely taken prisoners, until
at ons tlm ther had not kraa than atata man non.
I fined In the Armory. Tbo.. thus sntrapiwd ware,
AsjaiBTXAit Baix, Chief Draughtsman of the Armo
ry iiemianu. hill. Master of the Armory, and J.
E. F. UAMoxartXLn, fa Truster's Clerk. These three
geninmen were impneunea in the engine nousa,
which aftsrwards became tbo chief fortress of tbe
Insurgents, and were nut released until after ths final
assault. The wsrkmenwere Imprtaoned In a large
building farther down the yard, and were reaeued by
a brilliant Zouave daab, mads by tha Radmad Com
pany's men, who came down from Martlmburg
Thla w u tin oooditloo of thing at dayllget, about
whk b time lap. Coox, with two white men, aoomn
panlf d by thirty saves, aud taking with them Cal.
WasnaeTaa's large wagon, went over the bridge,
aad stiuck up the mountain road towards Psunayl.
A general warfare cornmenosd, chiefly led on by a
rraa named Ciiaaaaaa, whose houae oomtnanded
tha armory yard. To colored man named Hav
wsan, a railroad porter, wu shot early In the morn
ing fur refusing to Join la the movement.
The fallowing la a copy of a fragment of a latter
found In the pucket ef Uaowa 1
C'.rr. Pno a- Dear SLnI hare ln disappointed
In not seeing yuu here ere this, t take'eharge of your
fit Igbt. Tbey have hem bare now two weeka, and
u 1 have to superintend th providing fia thm. It
hu Imposed upon m no small taaki beaideri, ana If
no teSenon, scmsof them will go beck to Missourl.
I wtsb to know definitely what yuu propose dcing.
tu.T wuim ll. a.. UN. uiaiu aniM.r wiluuu. riBK I
to thsmselvra, and If any of them oonclude to go I
oaca to 101 Dtase, u wiu ue a uaa lemunauou to your
Tie foregoing occupies a page of fine not inner,
strew-ttntcrf, and Is written In penoll and ox 4 dated,
and wu evidently written by a peraou of aduoatlon,
aud tba frajget In hail, waa, no doubt, thatoaari!
on tin Underground Railroad.
R'aiAfrayfon, OH. 19 Blx companies of the Vir
ginia aiilitery, three hundred rank and file, arrived
here tale evening en route for Ilannr's Ferry, but
twang onuiternianded, they will return thl evetrUig.
They (.resent a fine appearance, having with them
all the appliances fi a eamrnlgn.
lluMfnofo), flcf. 18. The President, Seer
tary if Btate, and Secretary of War, veer togttbr
several beure today, on matters connected with tbs
pns-ot dings at Harper's Ferry, and the result of th
ooiifereuos wu ths sending of rdstiict Attorney
Ocu thither, to superintend legal prooeeuUnge In
tha 1 remlaea.
Tbe stciunnnt which last night existed In Wub
Ingtoh Slid Its nelgbborniaai baa aubaidad, aud tbs
extraordinary force Lu been relieved.
Etatoment of "Qau." Brown.
NAMEM OF THE INHl'BUBMTS.
constitution or THE
JJMiHort, Oct. 19. Wa bare laat received
the following important intelligence Irtiu Harper's
Inst evening a detatchinent of marines and soma
voluotreis uieaea viaittotiaowa't buuss. Tn first
net wu to the achuul houae, and not Uaowa' u
wu stated yesterday. They fuand a hvge quantity
of blansita, bo. a, ahore, cl the, tents, and fiTteea
hundred pike witb large bladee afflted.
Tbey alau dt covered a car) et bag wutelrilng docu
menta throwing much light on tbe affair, printed
oomtitutuan and by-lawa of an organisation, show
log or Indicating isnilfi ration lu various Slates of
They also found letters from .isrous Individuals
st ths North. One from Farm Douulass, containing
ten dollar from a lady for th cause 1 alao a latter
fnan Gsaabt Smith about money matter, and a
check or draft by him for $luu,ud.rreed bf tb
caaliler of a New Voik llank, nam not reco laotxL
All theae are In piawuaalun of Governor Wits.
Tbs Governor has iseued a proolsmatlou, offering
$1 (MSI reward fur Cinik, and a Large number of arm
d men are una- aouurlng the mountain in pursuit
Our dispatch yesterday Incorrectly gar oredit to
Messrs. Wsstssvsxt ami Taloovt, for repairing th
Un to Uarpt r's Ferry, we should have said U. Wssr
aaoos, suiaartnUindant ti tbe Baltimore and Ohio
Itailroad tugraih, and U. Kaxtt, o)raturat FrU
C Wats, otiorator at Martinsburg, wu on of th
ptty wbo hefnd to driv ah Insurgent from th
bridge B-sne time yeatarday moridng, Biunr, the
line repairer, ahllet il'lng th Un between liar
er'a Fsiry aad Martinsburg, wu shot al by Cai.
Coox, whom be teouguistd
Tbe nuabcr uf killed and wounded In yeatsrdav'
conflict, foots up u folio 'Si KMIed, citlsens, and
It Insurgents 1 wounded, I Inaurgeuts I pnaouar,B.
fsrjwr's Ferry, fcf It. The prlauner hav
been eurorolttrd to Charleatown Jail, to await tbe
actios uf the 0 rand Jury, They will b indlstcd
tsd lib i ta t fw rtsyl. TL OTUslioil af l.rla
dlcH.hulreenaeUbJ In Ike,. nj TUtOLi m
IhorrUee are to try tha nenoert for murder, aad
meanwhile tbelnited ffaiae autbnritna . a!.
eeed on tbs charge g treason. Own. Wise aid
to V S. I Hat net Attorney Ocva that a hu no
ol.-M.n to th 0mral tlevwuenut pre.
ceding Bgainst the ptlaonars) tba la, what
will be left of them by tbe ties the Vlr
Ernlan airthorlitea bar don with theaa. Bsowa
1 tietur, and has mwle a fuller ataemeux, la
which be sa)S be m.td the fern from Or. g
arrv r4i months sine, and the teat Is paid
till rot March) ha never had over twenty-two men et
tbe farm at onetime teat beliaigwl to tne organisa
tion, bt ha bad giod teaarn toetect reinfmcamant
horn Marvland, Kentucky, N at" and S ati Cam I.
na, and Canadat b bad arm eofncient for flf oea
honored n.eni be bad tao hundred nivotvera, two
bandred Saasrg riflee, ftud thouaand epaarat h
left th. ra t tr farmt be I at ahiitvianes of powd r
aad other arwrnruruor,; he brmgbt a'l the arms from
tine to tin from Connecticut and other eastern
nte to Cnambervburr, Fa they were directed to
lam. A Sons, Keniady Farm, hla aaatiovd
name 1 they were erked In double botu ao
u to denrlve the parties who bandied then
to tbe farm Its ears be bum one ealataka,
In stbsr not detainln th tra-n no Sunday Bight, or
rrnltrjng It to go on unmolested. Tela miereka,
e rermad to In'er, espraad his doings too soon, and
prevented his rrtnforoement from coming Tb
name of all the rtws on Bnndsy nlgnt, sxoept
tbrte wklta n.en wbtan be admits b e4it away on aa
errand, are u '.lows, wtth tbair proper title tinder
tbe Frovbaonal Government I
Oeal Joe Bao ww, Ciaiimander-ln -Chief, wounded,
but will recover,
rapt. ivu Baoww, dnad.
Cait WaTMH. Haow a. d. ail.
Cai,t. Asaoa a STrrnsas, of Connecticut, wounded
badly. Ha haa three bale, and canm recover,
IJe'rt. l.rwia Cnmn, of Iowa, uehurt.
Unit. A wavrr Uaiixv, nf rennavlranla, dead.
limit, Wa. Inua, of Maine, rvt
Cat. Jobs E. Cook, of Connecticut, eectped.
SrtwssT Tsriea. of Canada, dead.
Cms. F. Turn, ef Malm. d. ad.
Wm. Tnoarana, of Nw York,drad-
Cs. Jr ua Kavb, of Ohio, relaad In lrglnla, dead.
lieut. JsxsMtsR Aairaaaoii, of Indiana, dead.
With the three whiUs prevlouslj sent off, making
Ttitresttrrxin, nevrly of Ohio, raised In Virginia,
Kartaoa, of New York, raised in South Carolina,
n4 wounded, but a ptaoner
Tbe l.tter wu elected a member of the Provisional
Government aiavn time since.
I.I u Lsabv, of Ohio, tataod In Virginia, dead.
Ones, ano, of Oldo, relaad In Virginia, not wound
ed, prison, r at Charleston.
Oea. Baoww hu nine wounds, but none fatal.
Ibwhals of letters here been dtaeoverel In all psirta of
the oountry. One from tisaaiv Bairn Informs IIboww
of money taring riepmitial m Hank In New York to
the credit of G. Beim A Soeia. It apra to be one
of many. Informing him from time to time, u money
Calffmnrr, Orf 11 -The Insurgents bad adopted
the follow big preamble and conabtutlua t
FrovinUmal Canttitutlm and Oriinanttt tot lAl
Voyds f A (,'n.fed Btaltt ;
Wlrrrtu, Slavery, throughout Ita entire exlstenr
In th luited State, 1 none other than the moat
bartnroita, unprovoked, and unjustifiable war of one
portion of It citlsens agalnat awaher portion, tb
only conditions of which are jairpotual Imprisonment,
uu i'ua-ia. bt.i,ujb or BiMuiiira xesrmuauon,
In utter disregard and Wilatiou of those eternal and
self evident truth set forth In our Declaration of In
dependence. ThrrtoTt, We, th eltlsen of the I'nlted States,
and tha oppreaaed )ople, who, by a recent decision
of tbe Supreme Court, are declared to nave no rights
which the white man la bound to respect, togithsr
with all the other people degraded oy the Isws
thereof, do, for aha time being, ordain and esUhUah
for oureelvee the following Fro visional Oonstltntlon
and ordlnaooea, the better to protect our people,
property, Uvm and liberties, and to govern our aa-
Oiolisca'fonsor Jfrmbersftfp. AU person of
mature age, whether pnwcrlbed, oppressed and en
slaved e tteena, or of proscribed and oppressed race
01 th I'nlted State, who shall agree to snartaln and
enforce the proviiriotial eonstttutloa and ordinances
of organisation, together with all minor children of
such persons, shall be held to be fully inattled to pro
tectiun under the same.
Branrhtt of Govern oven. Th Frovtslonal Oov
eninieut of tliU orgajilratlon ahall oonabit of three
branches, vts.l Un Legislative, tbe Executive, aud
r Jjrf!atfe. Tb LcglaUUve Branch shall be
a Ongree or Houae of BeiimsntaUvea, oompoaed
of not leas than five, nor more than ten member,
wbo shall ba elected by all the ottleen of mature age
and of sound mind "onnr cted wtth thl organisation,
and who shall remain tn 0B0 for three year, unleae
wooer removed for mlsoonduot or Inability, or by
death. A majority of suck member (ball oonatl
tuts a quorum.
A'renifies.Tha Executive branch of this organ!
ration slia3 consist uf a Preside nt and Vlce-Fresl.
dent, who hall be chueen by theeiUren or member
of this organization, and each of whom shall hold hla
office for three years, ualesa sooner removed by
death, or for Inability or mlsooudurt.
Ju(fWuI.The Judicial Branch shall consist of
on Chief Juatlc of the Supreme Couit and four
Associate Judges of ths said Court, each of them
constituting a Circuit Court. They shall each be
chosen In the isms manner u the President, and
shall continue In offioes until their place have been
filled In the aame manner by an election of clttuns.
Article XIII. to XXV, provide for th trial of th
President and other offloera, and membsrs of Con
gress, the Impeachment of Judges, th duties of the
President and Vice President, the irunlshmect of
crime. Army anointment, salaries, Ao., Ac Thee a
artlclea are not of special Interest, and are therefore
TrtatUt 4 JVk Before any treaty of peao
ahall taks ettect it ahall b algned by tin Precedent,
Vice Freaident, Commandar-ln Chief, a majority of
the UoAse of Repreeenutive, a majority of the Su
preme Court and a majority cf all th general offi
cers of the army.
Duty 0 tU ililUarg It shall U th duty of th
Oommander-ln-Chkf and all U offiosrs and soldisr
of th army, to afford s)cial prutactlun, when need
d, to Congress or any member thereof, to the Hu-
Sretne Ctairt or ny member thereof, to the Presl
ent, Vloe Freaident, Treuuter and Seoretary of
War, and to afford general protection to all dvtl offi
osr or other persons hsvtng a rig It to tbo same.
Votarrfy AU captured or oonflaoated property,
and all property tin prvduosof th labia- of those
belonging to tbl organlxatlon, aud of ttnlr fami
lies, shall bs held u tha pro) arty of the whole
equally, without dlatlnctlon, and he used fur the
esoniao benefit, or disposed of for tbe une ob
Ject- And any person, officer or otbervrlae, who
ehall Improperly retain, awrate, use, or needleaaly
disto.y such property, or property found, cap.
tuisd or confiscated, belonging to the euemy, or
shall willfully neglect to render a full and fair atate.
metit of such property by him ao taken or held,
ehall b deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and ou
oonvlctioo, akall be punlahed accordingly,
Baftty nr Inltttifrnet Fvnd. A3 money, plate,
watcbeaor jewelry captured by honorable warfare,
found, taken or confiscated, belongtne to tbe enemy,
shall be held sacred to constitute a liberal aafcty or
Intelligence fund, and any person who shall lmin
periy retain, disjans of, hide, use or destroy such
money or ether aitldj, above named, contrary to the
provisions and spirit of this article, shall In deemed
guilty of theft, aud on conviction thereof, ahall be ihi
nlahed accordingly. Tha Treasurer ahall furnish tbe
Gomnnnder-ln. Chief at all tuma with a fall stetouisnt
of th ooudltlon of such fund and Its nature,
TAs romrsondsr-fa-Caf and fas TVimeury.
Tbe Oavimaiider-'n-Cblef ahall have power to draw
fnan tbe Treasury tin money and ether property of
the fund provided for In Article t. but hla orders
shall In signed alaa by tin Secretary of War, who
ahall keep a strict account uf the ssme, subject to ex.
amlnatluu by any member of Congroas or general oth-
Svrj'lw ef I As Sarfe or fnfrllio.Bcs na4. It
aliall lelhedoty of the Comiuander-.n-Cblaf to a.1.
vise tlie Preelrtent of any aurjilua of ths Safety and
Intelligence Fund, and be ahall have power to draw
tin eame, hla order being alao algned by th Secretary
of Btate, to enable him to carry out tin provtBtoa of
Warmers.-No pereai, after having surrendered
himself a prlsoinr, and who shall merly demean
himself or herself u such, to any officer or private
courectod with this orgaiiitatluB, atntl aterwarda
be put to death or be subjected to any corporeal pun
ishment wtthiait first bsvu.g had tbs benefit of a fair
and luinma! trial, nor ahall aay prleoner be treated
with any kind ol cruelty, disrespect, insult or need
les severity, but It shall be the duty of all paraoua,
mala and female, connected herewith, at aa timus,
end under all circumstances, treat all aucb prianueri
with evarr degtee of reeinrtand kludnese that the
nature of tbs circunistancss will admit 0 and Insist
on a Ilk oourae of oouduct from all others, aa hi fear
of the Almighty Ood, to whoa care and keeping w
commit our cause.
VuUinfaHrs. AU perauns who may oome forward,
and shal voluntarily deliver up slaves, aud have
their tames registered on ths hooks of the organisa
tion aliall, ao long u they continue at peao, b snrj.
tied to th fullest pntectioii In ieri and prope'ty,
thaaigh 1 ot oounrcted with thl organisation, and
ball ba treated u friends, and not merdly u per
Then follow articles In regard to mn-slsveholdtng
neutrals, property confiscation, desertion, violation of
tbe )role of honor, tbe marriage relation, eobonla,
tie Babbatfa, th right of oarrytag arm, pernio aub,
Ject to eeliura 1 an artJola declaring that their purpose
u not to overthrow the preeenl system of govern
ment, an article requiring every officer to take an
oath of offios. The constitution wu Intended to
tak Immediate effect.
tui)morv, Oct. W. It I generally conceded
that Cuoa la still In the mountaln,on tba Virginia or
Maryland eld un PiAumao. To neighborhood I
ao cfceaJj guarded that he eaa hard I v eeoape. Tha
deariionofOooB I u followai Five feet 4 tot
hackee high, weight 111 pouddt walks with bis breast
pruitug forward and his hesid leaning towards ths
ngbl sldei hu light hair, with a sina'l growth around
the upr Upi Is of sallow complexion, and hu a
sharp, narrow face.
In oonvtreaUoa held with old Daovn, to-dy,
ntt prearne cf Senator Masoa, Hon. Mams
Fscuasaand VsLLaanaasa, and nthra, b malt
averal aaewai s which clearly decnonerrate the 0001.
pricny of onsne mns neraon in the Naftero, Wen
em, aad Eavtera state. Be refaasd to timer
Tnetkaia aa to whether be bad a eoo'ereor with Mr.
?ns.s stout bis Vlrxinlssidlwoo, tot limb
J" oJa be bad ca-reaiamdence wnh pervJm at Ih
"T-S" th cuhject, and that ae hat numerous
rXLl!Lt."T" '' the Fie BU'aa.
J3?Z .?! - received tr-nighl from Ha
ElJJaiT w t5VibM' "- Coo' wife eeitslily
1771 !lM"hm " foe-ly. anal too bnrding
Uw. hmuu wl,h - Banaa' daugbter-hV-
l4?BrVZn':'JXtZllh", - U- Coo
Th BkactJ area enrtiUe reroevend M Oraratl
that a ham ,t box, paaaed tnnaurh there oa T-i
day for Waahio.trat eounty, loaded w.ih nfles, raa
tou and take Tbe Sheriff la going la search foe
them In th roorning
Tb stag driver of th Chambtrsbrirg line alio
orinfirm in statemont u regard tn Cooa' a win.
LAI BUT litel-ATCSlM.
HarjT'l Ferry, Oet to, lexatevnentherabu
trot soared la the Inaea, and rneuors are mnniplytrur
every nnaueiit We tare anrae a.miaotloated etaZ
mebte frotu Chembersburg, srMewuig tnat more sup
pitf ta arn a and aceoutr menu rave been trvkad
so that rerlghbm-bood. The people will perla m be
llevu.g tbst tbey are mtrrounded by s)ve and aeon
)boee rg Caiam Itaowa
Tb wttlaJrawa. of Obt Lxs and tbe Washington
Marines laat bight, baa tncriaved tba genera, con
trt.ation, and the cltueu are tolay under CoU
tussore, of tbe armory, endeavoring to organlu
etrnpanita for general cVJenoe.
Vug'nia n.l.ltla, howtrer, ar n. very tractable
rraterial for tba furmatton of effideat comi aaiea, a
all hands want to be c.a!na-
Bcoutssrerut In the taountalna,
Evejy atrangtr that eooea here la looked upon wllh
suspicion, and several hsv been arrewtad on tb
charge ot bring Spina.
Cai. Daowa is not considered In any danger from
his wounds, though STsriat will. It la tbiaurht, nut
Burvtvet he, howevtr, has a lowerful ootiaUtutJon, aad
otBKtr ssirrn's Lrmit to CArr. brow-i,
tlaUtmore, Ori. 20. Ummtr Saurit'f letter
tin moat Importance la u fi41ows t
FtTsanoBopua, June 4, lSMr.
Cant. Jotrn Daowa 1
ifg dttrrund I wrrdeynu a week ago, direct
ing my litter to the car of Mr. Ksaaaar. Ha re
plied, Informln me that he bad forwarded It to
Waahltigtou. But u Mr. Mnrrua received last wa
ning letter from Mr. BaanoBrr, unng your address
wiruid tn your aim's hiae, vis 1 West Andnver, I
thrrerur write yen without delay and direct your
htter to my s.ai. I have done what I could ttuu far
for Kansas, tad what I oould to keep you at sour
e.oi aiaaue u enuiraements ana other.
wuie btv brought nn nndsr heavy embarraeaunut
ths lart two years, nut I must neveriheleea continue
to do in older to keep you at your Kansu wmk. I
send J on berewtth my draft for two huudred dollars.
Is t ws hear from you oa tha receipt of thla letter.
You live In our hearts, and our prayer to Ood m that
TOU meV hBVS Strvnsth to nra.ftinu In m.t K.mM
work, my wife Joins ms In aftectlunala regard to you,
dear JmiM, whom we txh hold In high eeteem. I
siippois you pit the WniTHsn note Into Mr. Kua
asv'a hands. It win b a great shame If Mr. WuiT.
sis dors nr pey It, Wost a noble man Is Mr.
Kbabbxv. How Uoerally he hu onntri'mted to keep
you In your Kanaaa work. Your friend,
fornorrsliirf;, October 21. Onr eommnnlty
were considerably eiritsO to-day, by tn sp
Iaranoo at noun uf one ig U a f ugitlvea from liar
let's Ferry, Buaal to be Cook. A gentleman from
Lhdncey oveitouk the man on tne road leading from
anealmough to this place, and carried hlmanme
distance In his buggy. When about three miles from
town tne man got out of the vehicle under pretenoe
of taking another road. About an hour afterward
th gentleman uw him upon on of our street. Ue
Informed othere, who tracked bun so a buuae where
Ilaowa's men are Bald So bava Uau-ded. Leaving on
man u a gown1, tbe other went for aasietanoe, but
before be returned, tbe man escaped at tbe rear of the
hour e, pasnng through a garden. At th fa of the
farden, a blanket containing a Sn.tr'B rtfle, un
avded, wu found, and th riflla la known to hav
been in Cuoa' piararssii n. Immediate pursuit sru
mad by a number of men, but no trace oould be
discovered. The blanket wu marked " E. II ," and,
ttgethsrwtth tb rifle. Is now In Sheriff Ilaowa's
pueasselon. The man hu other weapon. Con's
If and child are now, and have been for the peat
week, at the bouse through which the man paaaed. but
she denied that he ra her husband. Tb general
Impreaeton, however, la, that It wu hun. II had on
a black aliaicbed hat, high crowned, a eomewbat
faded black fmck enet, with outaad pockete, light
brown pants, very huge heavy boots, and a red aad
white stnprd calico shirt. Us is about 0 feet or I
Inches Ugh, sallow complexion, fight hair, cut
straight across behind, and light sandy beard and
miaiatacbe. Ilia general appearanoe we vry rough
and shabby. Fa. ties ar soar In pursuit of blm aad
hre will lean In tha morning. It Is euppoaad that
ther fugitive are In the neighborhood. Effort are
now being mads to tenet them out, and tf caught
than will be no favor or protection extended to them
by any of our clttxeaa.
Taw Harpei'e Frvy Rlt.
Tba XiprtM publish tha following extract
from s letter dated U agent own, October 19th,
1859, to a gentleman in this city s
I preemane tiny eaaaictecl to tn retnforOSd from the
Nuith, f., during tbe prevloua night they bad com
pelled tbe negrou belonging to tb farms, whom
they held u prisoners, to haul two wagon loads of
guns from th armory to th school bouse, where
tbey were found yesterday, together wsth aevaral
boxes of rifles and other firearms, and aame three
hundred polished sjears, all of which had paaaed
through here eoa e two month ago from Chamber.
burg, when they had treen lying for ssveral weeks
said to be mining and farming tools. Indeed, there
wu t larg lot tg pick, sledges, and other tools to
the boxes. Tha picks are of ths most complete kind,
highly polished, and since their arrival, the men had
put handles to them.
I think I mentioned In my letter of yesterday that
old Uaowa, bis two suns, and a fjaptaiu Annssaoa,
S)wnt a night her at th Wuhlngton House In J nno,
and were taken to Ilarjnr'a Ferry next day In a
hack. When here, I wu struck with the long
bca'd of one of them, and called over to learn who
they were, and where they cam from. Uaowa
registered u Ssirra and two sun, from Western
New York, end told Mr. Bueouao, tha landlord, that
tiny had g. tired of farming In that region that
the frosts had taken their crops fur two or three
years ; thai tbey wen gotug to Virgins to look out a
Iooatlsi for raising Bheep, and growing wool, ore.
After looking around Harper's Ferry a few days,
and prowling through tbe mountains In aearoh of
mineral, u ther aald. thev cam acruaa a larre farm
with three tinoocnpled house, (th owner, Dr. Ksa.
nxi.T, hsving died In tin spring.) Tbeee bouse they
rented from the family till next March, and paid the
rent In advance, and also purcbaaad a lot
of hog from th fmlly, for cash, and
agn sd to taks care uf th stuck until a sal oould ba
had, and thsy did attund moat faithfully to them, and
have It all In first rate order; were gentlemen aud
kind to everybody. After being there a few weeks,
others turned them, until umaoyu twelve ware In
theu three houata, and every few daya a atraager
would appeu and diaappnar agan without crtettag
tnaleaat .urprtaa. I can't hslp but believe that when
they made tie suae, tney expected a larg force to
be at toeee bcusee and arm themeelve with the guns
and )ara there prowled, and that large number of
tHgrtcwereexpeot4 toaeaemble on the Virginia
sloe, providence seem to have disappointed them,
and no doubt uved many lives. Tney had a number
of Bharje's or Kansas rifles; one of them la now In
awaeaeton nf a man from Suarpeaburg, wbo ckod it
np at tin achoul-houae. The martnea took poaaee.
eioa of tbe property there yeaterdAy, and dlstriouted
tte picks and spears, guns snd blankets, to anyb ely
who wanted them. One of tbe men, barure he died,
begged scans ou to writ to his father la Greenwich,
ISTOBT OT OLD BROWST AMD HIS FAMILY.
Among th documents found In possMslon of
tb insurgents at Harpers Ferry, wu the fol
lowing, purporting to be a history of Old Brown
and bn family. '1 his paper purports to tat tba
history of tbe family, u connected wllh Kansu,
and uyi 1
In ISM, the 4 eldest sens of J so. Baoww, vut.t Jreo,
Jr., jAaon, Una aud Fuiuun,all children by a first
wife, then living In Ohio, determined to remove to
Kansas. Joua, Jr., sold hi plaue, a vary deeireble
lam pnrpsrtv, at Vsruon, Trumbull oninty, and
Jasna bis loa, near Akron, In Summit ouuuly.
Tbe other two eons held no lauded property, but
botA were rawsrssed of mu vaiuatu Mock, (u were
also ths two first named.) derived frran that of their
father, which had been often noticed by liberal pre
miums both lu Un State of New York and also of
Otto, Jason Baoa a had a very valuable collection
of grape vines aud also of choice fruit trees, which
hs toil up and Sullied lu boxes at a heavy oat.
Tbe two first named, Joua and Jason, had both fam
ilies. 0 xa bad none. Fxanuioa wu engaged to
be nierrted and wu to return for his wife. In con
sequence of an extreme dearth lu IBM, the crojai In
Nottbera Ohio were almost an entire failure, and It
wu dectdfd by the four brother tbat tne two young
est should take the team and antlre atook, cattn
Bnd hones, and move them to South weatnm Illinois
to winter, and to bars thsm ouserly tn th spring of
lSob. This wu doueuverv onrderabn expanse,
and with Boms lues of stotk to Joua, Jr., sum of
his best stock having bn stolen ou toe way,
Th wintering of tb animals wu attend! with
great ellaua aud with no little suffering tu Its two
youngest brothers, una of whom, Owau, being to
soon extant a cripple from childhood, by an injury
to tb right arm, and Fanisxiox, though a very
stout man, wu subject to periodical sickness fur
many years, attended wtth Insanity, It hu been
publicly slated that he wu IdloUo uothbig oould be
niia fa'ae. He had subjected hlmsuu to a most
dreadful surgical operation but a short time before
starting for Kansss, which bad well nigh cost htm
bis Uf 1 and waa Juet but through with his confine,
ruent when be started on hlajouraay. lud weak.
They wen obliged to buak ourn all winter out of
doura in order to obtala fodder for their aulrual.
Boiouoa liaow u, a very strong minor son of th
family, eighteen yean of age, wu aent forward-early
lu 1S66, to aaaut the two laat named, and all three
arrived In Kanaaa early In tba Soring. During this
alow Journey, with their .tick, auross the entire
width of Miaaouri, tbey beard much feoru her
pao4e of the stores of wrath aud vengeance
which were tken aud thai gathering for the Free
Stale men and abuhthailat gun or going to
Kanaaa, aud were tbtmeelvee often adxnonlatd, in
au very mild language, to atop bef.ee It sh.aild be
"tin lata." After describing the arrival In
Kansas, with but little meaua, tbe elder Daowa
determitiad to Join bt cbl dren. Ue had been
somewhat aocnatomed to border life for over fifty
ytan wu un tbe frontier throughout th entire war
elth England, and bad bean fur Ihuty-etx yea's a
practising Burveyor. With th si p. wire, priva
f.nn. ri-.ntahtin and wane, of Dloiner lira ha aaa
fsautUar, au4 fUVUght bg ooua. VwU Ul CWM
ii.'MW" '" ftotB tb oUUr part o' tlM
5H.. H'- "P b" cbM and otnv IsfS
i. Z . -1 T-ZT" l pov-on of tb roauaisenr wa.
iratjon wLlcb levari a hlatorr of tbe rrravnnlng ofl
the tn-tibre. 0. tr.. ftMiw.rX" KAoi UM
of tbelr houae Th twa ,ut brothen ws.
sUk, .a-e of tbem eitrm.ly elek!ihV chr
rftt y Inrsre, while a tbltd waa dreadfulle areund
ed twrajwl opined to be morta), and bing wtta
tin huetend ot bla .later, the fatber In th rrtnantiro
hunted lite a wolf. Oelrg to tn hnatila attliud oil
the Ma of Muntairl, and their treatment of f r--J
Btate Oien. and eomtianlna nn tKa elee I. jt I
ned that tbe lounger aona cf Old Baow. etHvulv
n-ase their way err. rand to rough Mlaeourl to ke.-J
--, . ,. i,n uaiiaji-
Tbe history area ef ennetderable lenarth. but
u.. r..eal .Mu. -- i-a Z a0"". iru
a in io.uui Laioeomciai tun 01 arms, mall I
T. atorea, miners' tools, Ac, now In store at I
ID? -rTT AnBory.thare cVpoMteri be al
PaaaftT Ol MbTlPT. Ifstnf tfama-iasa eta.. allla.aa aAf V..J..1
VL.e-1l I I-.1 aa-.-a . . a
in !,.. -J At . .M ..
iN(-fsiur. " "n-iiiihnaiaWti jjiMji (V-ml
pany's poaoo,, M MuaetuTrMeSp,
tiowder flaaka I a Laew .ma.. sl- . .mZT i
e,,... . aa rai. .JZr.-Irr- "T- ."re gun
,-.--. , ... ,-v.vo-eeii nm cape 1 iou(ren oer-
e.ia.L. eJ-..J m-. . im ,. . ' . - . I
,..-UHv-,- v-, aw i-au i-artnoges ror rjrnrre's
riflre, wan. allghtly daiagrd by water) tot raoiae'
Sharp's piuia-ra it IU. Lead (nil 1 old pe.eue-1
SS41 taatol I I BJalia. niiil a ...ea . rut . I
u,VMyw" WTrts 4 standsrd apes- '
iTe-f S.? Ut,,lB forspeen 1 1 picks 40 aboi
1 '-' waybUicahed for sever dossmsaow.
lu tbst more were to oam.
1 . '1, J"" ?l ), ooaii 1 pair cloth pant I
1 aur llnenpsi ta Caavaaa for ..it 1 1 old port
tmahlnntdOraTakrinaj 1 p,.ck,t map of Tfea
tuckyi 1 pocket map of tJelawareand Maryland t I
geoea strwiaun 1 I InkeUad) timed pencils 1 14
yen holders I boxes wafer , 47 small b ank books:
Statre)4ns 6 picket com be 1 ball hemp twines
1ballo.4ta talne) M leather water caps 1 I amarv.
I yama con flannel 1 1 roll sticking plaster fir
wounds 1 , 11 1 reama twt pa,, 1 boons medicine I
1 large trunk ) 1 none wagon.
rnr. abontmocs Lrrrut.
Tli following I the anonv mous letter recerlv
fd by (jov. Fuirn, of winch mention hu been,
truvde. it la j,,.,, it fjlnclnnatl, ng. 20th.
fnst marked august 23d. and addressed t
" Hon. Jon- II. r.-nvn, Sec. of VTr, rTaahing
ten, li. C. Pnratt."
I have lately received Information of a moverrnrit
or so greet in,)Hruace that I feel It to he my dutr U
Inipeit H to you witbout delay. I have dlacoe, red
f lUI a lastaaa.aaeri ., aa aaa. . a . a.. a a
VT T.k V. -vmwisciwinn. naniir rot ita
c-l.ct U libwitioa iff th iUtm of th Snuih by
tftttiS-raVj Itxsalit-Vvxu tl..sn !.-. 1..l at ( 1
riirf Jltm llmmmm I. a. -- -.- aa. a. a
In Caoftd darlnr tLc wli.Ur. drtUinf to rv4m-t
th-eV. aVFld I hates Brav, .let asll..n Ir... . S a.- -a.Ta.
..... n aawwniia tun BMBtrctrt, t UW J d.TVPnOI fDVir
kaJtiiff 11.00 ( whU tun) Id n rrTvry la Mftrr.
Und 1 whor it la .ttLt.tM, X -n not enablM to leriv
lh Ha-Ml 111 t.i saawt Bt.- -I.- s a . -..
-" as- -.aa save wvtjtnuf 11 ITIJ, VUtWatJ (H fDOir DUH1
; -u auw iu Ml HiBUWrn l-fUlietJ aMlU MIUa. !
torme In n.mlloocni.l?f totbrir rcnirfjUaVwbi3rh,
la Ilk filial aanaa.4aaaaa.an .) Vl 1 1 afjee. . -a
-w---.,H.Wwllniuia tney wiu paaaaowrk ,
tbnaigh rennavlranla and Maryland, and enter Vlr
glnia at llsrp-r'a Ferry. Uaowa left the North about
B'Jof1'l'0'wk ago, and will arm tb negroes I
and atrlk a blow tn a few weeka, ao that whatever I
done rnuat ba dons at once. They ban a large 0.10
t tr of anna at tbair rendesvrjua, and are probable dis
tributing -hem already. I am m fully m their con
fidenoe. Thla 1 all th biftjrmarion I can give you. I
dare nut aign my name to tola, but t mat that vow ,
wllnotdlaiegardthi warning on this account.
A Wolf In Mkoep'a ulatalagr.
A conupondent of tba Albany A'renien Jour
nal, writing from Essex county, relatw the fol
lowing rtory, which ehould Us a warnlnai to
young ladio sgalnst entering Into marriage,
agreement with strangers npon a short caaala
tanca. It convey i also a warning to parent
not to In too readily fudnated by tha plausi
ble representations of wandering adventurer,
lb correspondent says i
About the first of October, Dav Sitvixenw.
elalmlog to be a e-nrerted Jew, and repreeent.
Ing himself to bi an agent fcr th Montreal
Tract aud B.I.I Society, and alao for a branota
of a Ibdon Bocl.ty for the Promotoa of Chrl
ban Knowledge among the Jawa, cm i Into Ex""
sex village, N. Y., and called upon the enrgyrnen of
tbat place, uklng permlaslon tv preach to tbelr
aongregatlons on the following day (the oabbathj, eo
arranging bla appointment u to preaco to u macor
of the several ooogrt.atlocis of thai villa e u poeat
ble, under the reguiaa. rn and settled arrangeuata
of tha dlffetent church.' lie presented what an-
I eared to be satlsfsctory uwdenuala, u aaaut for tun
lontreal Tract and labia Society, and peranum
wu given blm and contribution were taken In lie
half uf tbe alleged object. At Wballonsburgh. a fear
milaa from Eseex, ha also held forth.
At that plaoe h lngTatlated himself into th good
opinion of a rupsotabn family whoea name I artta
nekt for obvtou ressoas and paid particular attea
tlon to on of th daughter, making her presents of
money, Ac, working hlmaelf Into favor by relating;
his woiderrulsTploitssnd sttairunsnts u a travel
ler, and scholar, claim Irg eelebnty u a Ungriiat, stat
leghehad been Profieaor of Language ta soma
large Theological Institution at a large salary, ajij
which altuauon wu now open for him, and that ha
intended toabandon his preeent husmeas and return,
to the Profesarrrship. Tbs daughter opposed his pro
position to marry, but ths parent rather favored
tha mSlow. Am wtiauaiauavul wa. .lly ooactuded.
and despite the shortnaea of tha acquaintance and tha
general InaaniaUncy g the thlnge day wu appoint
ed fur theniajTUge. Tha Jaw engaged tte K-v. Mr.
Coretoofficiate. SrLvaaaTUDi's oouduct exciiedsua
ptrlon, which, strengthened by ruaors ledtoinqulry
and Investigation. It wu found that h had a 'woman
with him elPiattaburyb, N Y , whom ha intr aluoad
aaShui wife, and that tbey remained over night at
that place with tbe Rev. Mr. Wmuaaroo. tu
(Jew) also hechtd and lectured tbere. A lat
ter from ALiXAsnxa Krajr, Secretary of tha
Montreal Tract and Hhl Society, wu received
In answer te Inquiries, itatlng that Savxsanxa wast
a vile tmpoater itht b wu no agent of tb SxAety.
though h had formerly been a coirjorteur of the 80
dety, and had embt tiled funda aud been dncharged;
that there wu no aoowty la Montreal fur Promoting;
Chrlatnn Kjrowledge among tha Jawa, and alao sta
ting that h beuevee tbst tn wu lawfully married to
a Jeweae, by whom bs bad two children, and that In
Jujylsathshadsenthls wife to England, Tha letter
also ootitslned a notice, cllpind frum a northern pa
per, cautioning the publlo to beware of thla Silvu
btibm. A warrant waa procured against him fur aa
attempt to commit bigamy, and aa officer dlspstchstt
to apprehend him.
SixTxaaTsuv, la th meantime, got wind that hla
T al cha acter w u becoming known, and tonk French,
I ave, Ue wu overtaken In Rutland ouuntj, Var
mont, and brought back to Essex, where an esami
natlou wu badt buUbrcause of tb Inaoffl iancy of
proof u toaprior rrarvlBge,he wssdlschaeged, and
went bl way, and era thla Is an. aged ui hi system
of villainous swindling.
Anaat of a, Feiges ned flara Tkdef.
Tbe CUveland Herald of vVedody,givis th
irticnlan of th arrest of a Srracusa furirer.wha
u been UDBUCcessfullv trackad bv the, offia-ra
ui lua'-rL-e n r ovar two yaarx.
About two yean aco tin prisoner, Wa. M. Uau
wu a dealer In groceriea In the city of Syracuse, N.
Y. Ue wu carrying on bualne. at a good rata, aud
appear ed to bav plenty of money. Thl went on for
onn tlm until wsploloa were cxoifad and th dts
ooverywu made that Hsu. had been ohtalnlog
mraev on hi note, the endorsements on which were
forgtd. IWore an arrest could be niade, HALLfladtba)
city, and for a time evaded pursuit The next that
wubtardofhlm wuln tbseityof ltloa,N Y, where
ba stols span of valuabls horses and took them ta
Albany. Pursuit was made br the owner of the
horses, wbo cairn up with the thief at Albany u na
wu about shipping tr bora. on to boat for few
York. Winn Uau, found hlmaelf time caught, ha
drew a knife and tbreateued to kill tnenrat mau who
etteroted'o am. t him. Tin owner of the boraa
c fli red a reward of fifty dollars far hla capture, and
the boatmen .prang on the thief suddenly aud secured
HaJJ. was taken to I'tica and confined In Jail tor
await his trial for horaantea trig. The confinement
did not suit him. and bs managsd to eeoape from Jail
and elude pursuit. N thing mure wu heard of him
untL lately, although eea'ch was kept up unceasing
ly. At the time of bla flight from Byrannee, th
fotgeileadiaoovered amounted to over six thousand
A tew days since, Informatlou wu reotlvnd tha
Uau. wu reiavted to bare apent part uf the Inter-,
med laU time at Pis a'a Peak, and that ha waa expect
ed to return rrom tbere to thl city on Satuedav, tn
loth Inat. Officer Lnwxu, of Syracuse, p'aued hlm
aelf In oommiuucwtioo wlh Marebal Caaw and
Hrputy-Marehal McKwbtbt, and oloee waters
wu kept for the returning Pike's rVek-re.
Uau, returned to this oltr u stated, followed alar
a ahott time by bla brother, with tnree yoke of oxea.
said to be brought from the aunferou region.
Offiorr Bcauaui! wu detailed to tb task of arnst
Ing llalu After soms tlm na-nt in watching tba
bouse near the Jnnctliai of Fieri and lairain straees,
west sir's, when tbe fugitive waa ipawad to ba oon
oealed, tin officers auooaededthu narmbig In arreat
Irg th. priaomr and oanveylng blm to tail. A requl
eitlcn fT.au the Qoveruor 14 New York wu already ta
tbe bands of th officen. and tee prisoner will ba
takn to Byracuae on the aftern vsi train.
IIaix 1b about thirty-four years of age, and of me
dium height. The particular forsevy for which he bs
arrested la that of a piece of pepar to the amount of
lino. Ue atanda a g'od chance nf doing tin State of
New Yurk eome aervloe, after alb
Aa Akawnadle neicbaata
Tb Cincinnati CWimerceii. reports tbat IlKit
RT KaLLa, a carpet dealer la that citv, huab
aoonded, leaving liabilities estimated at
$100.(XiO, Ilefore quitting the city h convert
ed all his Mils receivable Into cub, obtained
what discount and borrowed what money h
could, and diapowd of u mnch stock aa wu
tmaaible without exciting suspicion, thus raising.
It is supposed, about 25.0(iO in ready money.
K. II. llioaisos A to. have a claim against hint
fof ttO.OfiO, Fa 1.1 a left fur tb East for th rL
tenalble purpose of buying goods, but It Is ',
lieved tbat bo bu left tb country. H mr.d a
Klvsts uslgnment of bis property bafnr leav
g. Falls bad been in bualiifa for Vx or 12
years, and nntil lately wu ree.rded at a nA,
ceesful merrbant. It I said 'jibu Una UtIbsT
atlraTuanllv of late. ao'a ifcougb a un-Tof
of famllv, having wife ri threat tblldren, that
be hu bad aml.tress,erfbo bouse, In Coving
ton, was richly and '..xpentlvsly furnUbJL anj
wb. bug outls . bn dona much toembar.
BoavoN r j 0 have another mechanical bakery.
rTa?iLU .imeltUtoUflreiiroof. Ovar flOij.!
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