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S E ~SB~·· : : :,·· ~ ýorsrsros.S~ ANNLA. . . ., UngdarrrrP J j h, 1861. t The l i e hvFiel(;e6,;iiD·iir o f thle ~I t htI t.ni ,fi~tepsfoi sq~ra -tZde a t.ti A here , ionn ugh vthip-lasl-'?; iei for wa New aSan, n. u front, a p-66c ; f bee furnished to the''Third Con wo iecticct regiment. The Menwhlfs Appea of Sunday, B\ bays that Gc6. Mj3ulUoeh is advaxcing to the aid of the paiotic MisO u$f : and is bctween S gffdt d fidTit~pn Oiti 10,000 wesknd 20,000 extra band Hof arms. p A.. The Clinton'` atriot sa * that an excellent taaiity `u wder g aa -b faur¶ udsoV " repro ,_. .iP . U IM fo r th e combat 4 I *~ Trimwe at ndred of vy who the result M c b t. -; n own, se 'ir joy, and in Bant flags were hoisted. - 4w Gov. mwh i apprehen aihi of being captu g by thl Maryland secess * Harper'. Ferry, and around there, has hi, house at Frederic guarded a large I fortb ofthe Hom uard. fHiton Head. Conreiodore 1attnall visit :edthe neighborhood with his fleet, and after a thorough examination, was con Svinced that ao landing had taken place. [ip The New ork Day Book says: All ew York is failing. The suspen sions and failures for the last few days have been fearful, and the war promises to banklupt -everymerchant in New York. The retail business is as bad off as the wholesale. Trade is killed. "S In a private letter received here yesterday from New York, says the -Charleston Zercury of the 13th inst., the writer stites he cannot account for the reaction which has taken place among the moneyed men of that city ; and that but one battle shall be fought before Lincoln will ask Jfavis for terms of separation i@P The Richmond Dispatch says that "all the rifle works recently at Harper's Ferry, have been boxed up and removed to the armory at Fayetteville, North Carolina, where the fabrication and al teration ~f arms will be immediately commenced. A numbet of workmen ar rived in Richmond on Monday from ITar A NOBLE Acr.- gaj 3nicS rrecman, ,one of the wealth'est men in Georgia, says that he will gi~ve all his negroes ean make (over his family support) for the benefit of the Confederate States dur ing the war, and that if it be found ne cessary, he will sell his lands and ne groes, and give the proceeds to the Con federacy. - TaE iRusH LE.'Lo LN.COLN.-- We learn by a private letter received by one of our business men, from Richmond, says the Montgomery Mail, that 260 Irish members of the Sixty-ninth New York regiment, have deserted the "old wr\dk," and joined the Confederate forces in Virginia. The Sixty-ninth is an old es tablished regiment, and has enjoyed con siderable reputation for drillin.. We would not be surprised if we had the entire regiment ere long. ' All the reports about islands in the. Mississippi in the jurisdiction of Kentucky to be occupiel by Tenrncssee; troops, and all reports of a like character; :are false.. THE WAR IN MISSO I We sic, by late telegriiC neRs thal the glorious old State of Missouri is now defending hersclt~.gainst wrons inflict- i ed upon her by the pompous Lin:olnite Government. We have always tho~uhtr she w.'t with us, hand and heart, and now are know it. She has only been g holding baec in hopes of seeing a re- t, action in favor of the cause of re-uniting C Qiese States again. Sceepg no chance ri of that; and being over-taxed by the ti wrongsTaat Mr. President Lincoln and , that great old bypocrife, TW izld c Scott, have seen fit to impose upon her, ' her gallant Governor has concluded that Sdiscretion has ceased to be a virtue. Sie hbs declared war and taken the tent h ad field ugai bllin.alers orMissouri's r d soil, and rtgh ood use is he making of the sword. Lie is hardly in the tented t field,'with lhisgallant Missourians around is him, ere heI attacks, ki'ls, wounds and 1 makes prisoners 51 about one thousand , the prisoners, we fisrl the name of the barbarous and inhuman Qen. Lyon, who Is the main cause of all of the disturb anece in that State. In our opinion, if the gallanit ivecrn ' wouldk take the al liberty to make tfhe. om yonr at dance a tight rope without an g a- undef his f et bie woullbo ridding e h- world of oa coasummate v illian fOr which A the.citizeun ofsMissouri woduld ever after thank him. We kno% it is customary, wheana General is taken, to discharge, i on, ;is parole,' until oxchang e ed, but wo don't consider 'Oen. Lyon as Do entitled to any sg.t.eatzment, especial ly at the hat .of'tte Missourians, whom herhas, fatd'4Ol badly. But we suip (-overnar Jackson knows what he alt is and-we' will, therefore, make ec- no sug I: we lhave to say, is nd go ahead o low, and g-e thch fits, re you can get of help. We are truly glad to see Col. Ben. McCul loch is now in Mi ' b ten thousand' tic men, to assist Gov. in the de ferse of that State. ver Col his McCu!lch is, victory is sure to. ch on Shis banner. The (;,vernors of Ulipn gfederate States slnehl, each one of them, send a specified quota of men into Me r. interior and bordcrs, w\iere thiy are. i L committing every rash act of injustice C imaginable, even to the ki!ling- of unof- i fending citizens in her sticee). n. fact, it seems as toutglhi IL converted J his suprenlac- into, a r error--ci thing which has been, h erto, unfelt tt and unknown on the Amncric;a Co'ui Silent nI J, as! ThI::IT.-T'he Comami.si,,er' (nurt of(i Butler county, Ala., have agreed to sup- r, port out of the treasury, the families of volun of limitcd meanrs wh -To t ,. he he war. Iecessary they propose to levy. he taxes to the full extent of their powr ci for the same object. \Why can't our!vI t parish do the same ? There ar plenty lv: rt men in our parish who i1 nillot ,'i to' re I of war nor aid in supporti;_ the fa:l,il;.s of th our volunteers who have gone. They ' e are able to do it witc',ut inconvenien :ing it themselves in the least. If they will not iP 's come forward of their own accord, theyl 111 d should be co'npdled to do it, 'b dtrect tax-\ ti h ation. IWe could point out an instianc 1- or two in the parish, in which the pi!irfl y sum of five dollars was subscribed to the ; : r- volunteers, when they left for the war, of by two of our wealthiest citizers, who' e tan some w low of, who gave sor(.f= 'ty-five, eighty and a hundred dollars. ord The men we spoke of above, as giving I co s five dollars, showed unexampled patriot- val ism and devotion to their country TheyRi act as though they expect men to cloth Sta and feed themselves and famihies, andl w at the same time, fight the battles o,f L.in their country, while these meci stay at I home in ease anil affluence, andil say, "ifiK.:v the volunteers can't do all these things i' without money, their families ought to; for starve." What a flue drawing it would to t be, to see them on canvass, with a money' andi sack in each hand, making for some u:- tied known clime. We would by willing t",' swear that money is their God. a I. t ARMS FOR THE SuOUTH.-The London cor respondent of the Lulqcelent Be1gd, wvi tin- on May 9th say : Birmni.g'hatm d(rived temporary bene flt from the <existence of the war in Am erica. I am assured that apnts fr,:i rhe s uthern States have purchaeed tw,, hundred thousand rifles there, not t, speak cf cannon. PWrs. June 15.-Forty of the es are in ialT. Teir made and dis orewed sgh been appointed colleet&r for th New Orleans, departs for Cairo .nlpany the arrmyy dowB the A been arrested with Nll de a uniber and position of troops 1 a,~i es in the vicinity of the CI 25.- stemHier City of :lt 'twelve hundredtroopyi nd t o uders, departed for the Mis STi ssee trocps are reporfo Smar to Missouri rib- Arlaseas. , K 'Crr, June 25.-Fifteen hun dred left here to-day for southernl Miss d FR ~, Mn .T:in,. 25.--A resolution d has t'e 1.ic iat,:i'4 demanding 1 the ( r t, lt turn teL arms to the tnt . t'i A t' `t thousnd TI tc ays tiere are five thous Sand rners thirteen miles beyond f Phil niformed and well .armed, c tht hd reserve at luttt aville, Sand dred ca-alry at Uoamney. t skirmishing continues. It ° is s d that perspns termed goer re gil he civil authorities, will be `h sho r nw:, Jhno 25.-Harpefs Ferry s -serted. The pickets -leftor a" i ort, Johnson is reportsd seven e mi with four regiments. .ox. June 29.-P. Mcqullisan, s of ..on.. havia the Brit 96n sul port, has sret Sa for Scward 3 rd Pa- t e 'ari ° iPa-e lie t ke 'rad states tfat Egladn shows i n sition to reply tuto e i. Federil in relative to privateering. Ins, ntcd with the military move ,re Canada, adl the increase of the ul- A sqaadron, nea): her see nd si ,:'int. ` c S" derstood that the lockad i-t inshrlcted to watch the British ol -i ad allow no interference. on tkrnenrs hiyve effectually at ,n- lb cr h omac above a-Large fbroe in that neigh hours. JEF C(ir. June 20.-Att. r'.- Gener :, has declii:ed ;he oath a.1d is l ner. Sr. .Jun 29.-Ta- Coroner's Jri I lurned the verdict that the citizem :( shot by Unitedl States G1 "h1' Po,.t Sa ;V t':,t wlhcn t le Jersey .n,.t ,-sa ,l tlt,,ugh lia'ti sore, vet'e g'rt-1}efi v. ith cheers t'fun I hl . .1 :eC t'h:t C ,.* .\lien of the New I 7th !h~- i.e, t has I'eel: ar pet itiim hin rTemor atl. Tel " York IteL 'r'nt , iam. ':s a ,ains atwl b':h tine r",ug' a ." ;d Vo l ,tt up-s ,!,'1in1, to ims kte' 11n a ta k ttle, uind. r l;utl r. , ,J ,e .,.--to,,. Ju:cnti+, er(i i ,::at-it l.a- Itcci .acctCepttc'i f.-r, e ::d ,'..;le cdl it`. iinicdiuiate pruhitbi p ns irm t aving :iih 1o01d n it a piemit f".,. him. I JIŽ , - . -1 nmust hlit , m, 'mits fr,.in U t\ 1bt.Ltel inl ttie Lici!n dl -ir z1 rest ):. ;"fi the New ()rlea'is D/r if the 24tiit. m:hat Col. iiI(lcrts Ti1 I He 1111( ,f L:ujiIia: < oluntliixNc ill 'Iordircd Vir , iniai, hI)t tI.e oiler v: s;* i counter i4 ". lid t div upi n 11;i! aui vat of tl4 lent. (i riveri lr iif t~.in ri at w ~ill star c~hancie fur a Urn.- with thef Linicol ii i - b-j-Ci G r i11urn hIl'l fc n~~ vl':l ;I I I:c ti cS .i4 1rel it ti .,1! Ilr ctedi n:''t r Isl',Iicati?,uI I upIDon hIº 11.ii.t %V( & have not ria tur in tWº -t k';Ii~l" but II we pri4 n 'it to try to th emlE iii ruiEn neat wc,";.: Virud ha r t'ril ii will not be dk"ati, I -l tied with 1i.. ii t flpe i thiit, «e ,hunt ::tlaiI t" gi vc ill'it them 11 .-3 I) 1 ci ert. ut this wee(-k, in a"t calrdI dý-ii g L·i- p .W. presn:ii tlic c!(til(J J iist :t1 ; « .I do likewist.1 If tllh.y :1 culiilde to .td:-11t this c turse, wc rcqu l Asotiia to In It the' pilI at, 115CC, Wi. ;- :1: i i"i-a p(,iiL!e, for we iuid th.tt we Srll tII r ' r t"" c4, ,i )Ctre L! the g:. * ;'ý :saI ti 1I t~wtr V~lel ' Ig5 t C~i I t te l, ld we il ill lave. tu h,&ve a '715,-ncC p~e APL T is the &d the bvel Tochutn u d to the Te is an Pieide t Mvi. ise a br- e driven trdt I res i".1 Shi ojssors our Dative i lhid, or revo foa. ty ic des- - potismgr the dad` monarchies of' "we we and found new homes and as manm far-famed, ~prosperous, '" y States oi the Am e Vpun the sacred p gcverunment ani o Stat w ich prinViple r r eigltty ver the 4bulwar nd cuetoJi ionarliberties the . pie. gNortbh, SC well as obraci ei r. .' ti stttree.sovere t thee N-orthern nor a ,uthertctiou great country; y knew its these sovereign Lto be eqoa slprenre in their positsl copartnetuhip, united together for the specitic puraonps of coimmni defense and external "Lmple d men, Germnans, Pole ; >aid r structure, indeed, belonga s the "Ameri can people; but its anaterita the idied pfinciple of self-government, whict u1 denies it, as wellas Stat.,sovereignty, ,is the properly of all mankindl. Its la. which was adopted forty t, o years ago, t was designed to be tihe' emblem of no othlrmUnion. It is so !on itts..t e ' crated segis. It was not e `f -our ravolUltonary sires;~p.I it no Sthe ba~mer' of human liberty, r symbol of despotic tyr .nn TbIAOg t npr lea of self-gov nw Statt- t sotr tyl, upon wic A54ds- I vid6al littg mias cot l beeap p a etaated; 5be en gie 4gif º Mrthern politi o, for a r ' owu u , have,sº d rtA adverap it - a tution, G~tent 1 4 - , ctly to the oonaguslida of at powers I iýthe 'eý "Qa t-thus estab- p lhing a despot ism cis.ly siilar t, t11s of EurOpe, b w hwad i d i und a te abaadonued. The artful agit un of the African i slavery question as only an ilstrulent l canningly devisuednd enplyec f r their ! owi purpose by selsh polticalschcmers c of th #s rth, who t'w long rears past, - hive" en undermining workisdqt Sthe destruction of t1i once 'glous fi Union of these soverig, State'. Every Il &incere patriot, apd loerofJhu be-a ti must hlt ,y r rc1 t strife whii h tii ir i -di rtulers flave c,,m f:nncel) that the inconsidcrate support ii which .hley fIrnlish to tlheslt rulcts, wi,, i ha.e r . i.>al.tel r,,jtcte I every aizicahbl ,1 l'rI ,,s:tin lfr .settlilg these questiusl aaf t:ate s,>vcrei i,tv, would utlttiatelv i eCl iu the d,'.-stli( ti,,n of their own indi vidald lii, rti s, withoult the probability r ,,f,.ver rest,, ii. the L iiun th,'y hlayv' I ,t sttr ('etl. 1ct, ie, hoiwekr, this expcc-) tation sjai.l ht' .:In a reatn1y, antd canl Sisil,',i a & t a t,:lrmli:inat .ii,;l, this dr(l iald-[ till civ I stir; y vra i aeal anl clri.,tia 1 pinH:'il ks, it is ,un cre.d duty, enuringl tlk ' fs urtt ill at:th lL tat ilcgiaitee to sup- f pirt the C natitlina in its purity, as wvlil .. frans or oblig.ations to hnunan iil ,rty, t, t:ke sidats witli th,,se States :1 j .- in g it i_ ; ....ible to. secure their t tia t 'iaiit l,:'ru, eij a of State saver- ( ,i ntiy witiil, t.he i :ii,, have nllw se ci ed 'r ,m its pt-rvtrtcd and desecrated ( 5- "..i.:,. ( u:Ial, by I th se principles e atl-I th.set c, -sii, .-iI i.t!:a!, which I vafn- s .t stir -.l, siltcerl!y Ieliti ve to be right t a ,.! t ,r' , I la.ve ,fa re l m y service t ,, tlie V,,m i ,'or.it Stait s ,,f tAn, ri 'a, anl v h1-v," iv'eei , I a anaii on-.Si, under their a.uthi ritl , dire,'tig me t,, raise, tar th, l l.ri. ,, tf war, twenty c mapit',i,,-; taf sitl ,lirs. ,, li Ie f Irted int,, a hi i:_id,,l . ar t, 'a s,. tw ., r,._in,, ts. t a . .,i -. ,! int, d th1 -::-,, with ti,.: "i: ,- ,&pIle i:i l it tai r.,Irs. I I tI,.s,,ctf'ully sut~lnitintl f... ,.!yu c-n-it -,iderati,,L a4 ap.ni ,val, ti:, f,,r.g. ng Sview .u whihd i,,ntit-tn ,h,, ,,in.-.:p-.-e - uIi - teirnestly iv.livke an i call Ppoili yoI n i a i tv f i Vtow-exilhs I'lro;m tila despitisnImtt a ar l..-,rp, t, uIit n ,e yurs,-lve.s with mc in,, tha ,loei,, i f tba'so same principles of, I I, lf-(,.-v,,a inimltit anld of St.tate sovercigln ti. whhh thea glri,,us sires of the first li .\In :riani r ri.vlutiai confided to the spe- r tcial giuariin anship of our American fel low-ci iza:,s, as well -as tethe decendants r1 !,, all liberty-laiving foreigners,. whose :aiies',irs hmingled their blood withthose I.m,,rilan sires in their original estab li-t' I 't. Iti is a legacy bequeathed to t. all ahkt. Eighty years of its peace- a fuli eCjotvrumelt has proved its priceless S va]ea. It s,,,auat be uahehl with all our litv,,tian uni.l the p,',ple of the North shall tii , , reant unlrstand the selfish ma hi,'a: i,,ns,,f tI ir unlprincipled pili ti ::l d ,! r ii!al finally co'iprehend their ,,wn d. lisiom, a;lia return ripetitant to P that al,,ri.,uI timpl,, of worship erectedt Iby \\a.shinitin, Lafayette, Koseci,.ska,, 'uhl.-ki, 1).iali,, a l all their ilustri-i ru cl~ n-)livt'Is, . f ,,'vltionary Sglry..I, Your ali.ati nd ll ,rv 'ravin- fellow-titian. 4Lt rO(MilAN-. ! \I~~Xlj. l',,ish Army in "38. I 'Ii s : rn R J:;o3rE RUSrY. Ti, *:,t " .,I ti~ he Ix: v,,1 nt, the singers (ta i' icii :':'s L:rse, ai'1I a w~u~arr's mauls(though ' nandi- won the rS g une atlt ray principles are tr onservative. If ther. is one drop of bolitiiig blood ink may reins, am r> qainted with . adb m* y s ,-date is thI (whi b the ' tiknesgould suggest to us.) ofde fees, trus, tbe tConstable p athe Governor. *xsta that we can p W supsn s 8a State auntild ditMul 'd. Holding i"ate wiUl. e vy debts ' g over ' au t tho its silver a tvithblt Shigh office fees, oadtributing nation to swaa 1 tGlleges and Sedaries. The that have beua app tepriated, in tit waysl ast few ray the of a -I would say we midst of trodble; whidch band to be careful of all ures possible. isiatwe will persist in I n't see wry sav. a pow4 here to s9j o I w yon this areto teWr I wIl a in hints with the people unti fe face to face,a w I w the matter to n. * NoWi9IIKr, La, At a public meeting hel todra, the following p lutiuhs were ad We Itý.g duty 0 tot to who- _ service orf p "a n , it oiu hd tf l ation a gast qr w sre+ do cfua.; sck as te tas t"ru Wl ingI that the via, nitee a returmed their ouaSg # New Orleans, contained in one you; wtre sed to t e care of S. Bornistein, a pltace, thebo fit ight on whir exoaed c I tihee or four " InSig ae d.ined that tlw .*, instead .trdonating the ° .3k of the freight bill to tlb raW c Ulows who have actually go.a' cod ur hardships .~gcrs, to protect Ihim and preserve " t rty3, has 4g rged 4 Lriqud, sf-sacrificing patri tiam of ,r ctc siui, in this, our time of neted awl help, mak it;, s,:vcr al dollars over and above the It has come i"o onr ki:,whlti;c that a poor vwo.ui, w'a., hInsba; l is now in s,:-vice., and who is iu,t able to,.send, the relnirted charge of .5 cent.t. has tw:te humnl, sent .a mwssage fur hi er Iuslban,,us packanre of clothes ; bat he persistently r.' uses and declares that le sul,l, pc-s ti; carpet sack is worth 2. c(ant, imply in:, thereby, that he will citih r kee, it or sell it should not the p:ltlºy" stun he fi,:thcoming, though it duighlt be worth, to her, fifty dollars or more, a;nd W\VI.F.AS, The said S. Bernstein las :actnally charged on packages one price to some, and two pric.s to others, with out regard to the Ia!k, therefore !irsolred. That our sympathies being deeply and thoroughly arcuscd in It half of our [,rave volunteers who arc nobly s'.;bjecting themselves to hardships and tails of a military cunp life, risking r:.laria, disease anl deaith for us, our q wives, our little onres and every dear ri.lht, and that we denounce the eaduct ,t Samnuel Bernstein as basely un rate full to-wards them and their r ends. ile.d,',.d, Thalt we denounce such con duct as unpatriotic. • ILrso!red, That such sordid avaricious nes, to say the least of it, is inconsis to:nt with true patriotism. Resdrr4 That as "eternal vigilance without fear or favor every suspected person o.r unpatrio tic act in wlhomsoever w.e may discover such. Resolred, That tihe said Samuel Bern st en be requnested to deliver Mrs. Barnes her husbands baggage without fee or re ward. Resored, That the proceedeg',s of this m eting be published in till S.uutherc &Sntinel at Winnfield. B F. BUTLER, Chairman. Da.iD' H.tR, Secretary. Received of J. W. Stovail two dllars aid fifty cents the amount charged on sdldiers clothes. SAMUEL BEIRNSTEIN. pr 'P. BE.s-rnrs. Winnfield June 15th 1861. An old lady of Alexandria, Va., com ji ained to the commanding officer, that the Mlichi-ganders robbed her of her gr.e. DAVID) HAIRY, SOTARY PiBLIC AND GENERAL COLLECTOR, )(ONT'GOMEIL Y, LOUISlIANA. `'I'I:ICT atntotioh givdea to all buailris vjb tr;uste'l to him. ile ,ohicait. pctrowmag. f_ t U i KrL% F. .,O).A.Tow::.ZEND & Co s. STO1:I .JTn' 1Uoi,, '1661.-tr.