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Baltimore Daily Exchange (Newspaper) - February 25, 1861, Baltimore, MarylandThe daily Exchange vol. Al la no. 923.p\ltimore, Ivion a. Fe1�rua�iy 25, 1861. Pricio two Cen . See fourth Page. Tiik i vows. Adv. In Rinon i it a Georgia in vim of in Laet Liat Llie arms so Iscil by Only r offer intendant Kennedy in new York i a Liao not yet been surrendered Lias Recti fit again to Luau a Capri Sali. He on Sci 1 Elliree new y Ork vesels at a Ibe Kilip Martha j. Ward the bark adjuster and tie Sirij Harold with t o intention of detaining them until the arms Are Deli. Erbil up. 1 he of Thorn Congress on Friday voted unanimously to guarantee the inc navigation of the River. In the Virginia convention on the Lulion of Init airy relative to the arming of the Arsenal and forts in that state by the Federal of Man sent was adopted. Resolution was ii Erid opposing the holding of a National convention. I a the Pony Exi it Ress we have san Francisco ail vices to tiie t the inst. No More failures had of in Rcd. for the election of c. S. Senator had not yet been lived. On saturday the Vivace conference voting on the propositions before it and ado Jed by a Strong Alli Rativo vote that Branch of the plan relating to recognition of the status of slavery South of 30. The Stales formed out of the territory to be admitted with or without slavery their respective constitutions May it expected that the conference will end their labors and adjourn to Morrow. The eight million loan was awarded at Washington on saturday at rate ranging at a to i of. was taken by Altimori Inuse at jo.2. And ?10,000 at s90.50. I be report of the seizure at new Orleans of goods consigned to st. , denied. The business at the custom House at new Orleans said to be cond Uelen heretofore and the duties on All goods for st. Louis arc collected in that City a formerly. ski sekt of or. C. 7/i7f.�?thoentertainnient at Holliday Street Ali eater this evening for the Benefit of the Foremost actor . Fords Stock company . Hart a Hill. Tic Bill a varied one. The Joules Farmer the Vail Crug Miner to and the Dun Piaker of Morrow Are All to be played. Or. Hill will be a listed by some of the Best Talent. To Morrow night or. Charles Dillon an English artist Wil appear. A my. Li.\r.iy, at the close of his exhibition on saturday evening announced that he would give one More lecture ibis evening the entire pro Cecils of a Liick be would appropriate to the Benefit of the unemployed workingmen and mechanics of the City. Or. Karcy Wilt without doubt have this Lian some liberality duly appreciated and acknowledged he a Well tilled Louse. Williw mists Tuffli. Excitement a the City despatches from Harrisburg and Washngton. My. I Lincoln suddenly on an it tire i e another. Am Iii Tricini ii like my a Ami i m or this inv. The pre3sdewt elect at Hai re Eurc. The proc Illamae Chian gel. The to i plex Ifica of the from . Til to evil Lent Tokoi a ii in Iii for . The alleged causes. The to Chi angry Leai a correspondent of the to Clister Democrat takes exception to a statement concerning the renowned Sam in atch which recently appeared in an King Lii Book and give the Correct version of the Story of that individuals leap. He says a Sam in Atchis leap occurred on the afternoon Oft Helsch of november 1r2i, on a cold Clouds dismal autumn Day. The heavens if in keeping w Ith the melancholy spectacle were almost clothed in sackcloth. The Sun refused to look upon tie Mournful tragedy. Hut ten thousand human beings More Elliou Gilless lined the Banks of the River an both sides perched also upon the Mills and houses nod in Trees above and below tiie High Hanks to cheer and encourage the poor Drunken suicide in his self immolation. A was erected thirty feet High on the Island above tie Falls they then were standing very near where the saw Mill upon the brow of the Cataract in . Eroin that scaffold poor Sam dropped into the deep water it Tien was below. Ten thousand eager eyes watched him lie went like an Arrow Down against Trio dark ledge of rocks a distance of one Lindred and Twenty six feet. Ten thousand eager Eves gazed with area tile anxiety upon tie spot Liere he fell expecting to see him emerge Lincoln and party in route. The immense crowd at Calvert st. . Amp a amp a amp a. In morning soon after ton of clock Large crowds were gathered around the bulletin to of the Dill Ersnt newspaper offices attracted by the following despatch from the Assoc Atod in Ress Tirui Shirao in be. 23.�?our people were tins morning of the that or. had started on a sign Cecial train for Washington. Despatches received from Washington Nigito required his presence in Washiington. The a Baltimore committee who arrived Here Naglit did not have an interview i eligible this information appeared to he it was however not credit Cal by the masses of people who were congregated along the streets to a glimpse of the in resident elect. Strengthened in their disbelief by the detachments of police which were detailed from the various districts by marshal Kane for the purpose of preserving order and preventing demonstration Wlinich it was supposed might be made against the worthy ,�?� who had constituted themselves a committee to meet or. Lincoln at Harrisburg and accompany him to a Al tii Nore the so in and Ani Frivol Ollices j Iel Dod to tie pressure of outside convictions and removed the bulletin from their boards. Shortly after this a second despatch i was received from follows . Fish. 23 a or. from City in a Sii Ecial train for at 3 o clock this received Hen having required in Washington. Curiosity Lio Wever was by this time excited to i ugliest pitch and Many Iii Honfi who had til now manifested no interest in the Ali air became desirous of learning the solution of this extraordinary Riddle and the crowds in the Ltd the Square and a Baltimore and la Vert Street were greatly increased. there was positive info Nalion from the Railroad depot that the special train was re route for dal Tindore and would arrive at the a i dated time and there were no despatches from Washiington contradicting this statement the announcement was looked Union a hoax gotten tin for the purpose of drawing off the crowd. The original despatch still remained upon our i get boats put out below and sailed around near following despatch from w.i.= the spot ready to pick ii in up. Ten thousand i people like a great crowd of witnesses still lining the Cliffs still straining their eyes to Calculi the first glimpse of any dark speck on the Waters no one daring hardly to move or draw a Long breath for near Liaf an hour until one by one they began to turn away and give him up Many wit i tearful eyes Many i Villi words saddened and subdued upon their lips a in Oor Sam it was his leap. How fool Hardy How wicked a and some were Lizard to , a Ilow wicked to countenance a Man in such suicide if we Lead not been looking on he would not have done it 1 a for two Long hours at Lea to until Darkne stopped Timeir work eager men Liun Ted All Over and Ali Rouglin the Waters below the alls to in the Ioor remains of the victim of his own foil a but found them Iii. Next Day the search was renewed indeed it was kept up with More or less Diligence for some time and yet All in vain for that season. Scary thing dragging in the wafers Ilay after Day revealed nothing. Hut the next Spring tie body was picked up he some unknown person near the Mouth of the River seven Miles ii Low it was floated out into the Lake. It Hau lain 1 in tie water All Winter had gone Down Over Hie lower fall also and still was in such a state to be readily identified it was taken up and decently buried in a spot of ground near at How Riik Fhi Khal arms to Lioci ski i Kock Ark do mocha 7th inst., gives the of the seizure in itch arms at that place previously reported in our Despal Clies. The demo rat says on wednesday More troops from , Mon. Roe and in Rairie counties continued to arrive and 1 recollection of by dusk there a Force of four Liun Rcd men a responding to or. Well armed with Minnie Rilles quartered in fhe town. our citizens were not apprised of any determination to Lake the Arsenal and were ignorant that troops Lead been requested from a distance to take it their unexpected arrival produced quite a sensation. The Ity Council was called and on application to the governor was informed Hiat the troops were not Here by his orders. In he troops Vliem solves were of a Dill Ersnt opinion and came Liere they thought at his command hut lie Thor so or not they were Liere to fake the Arsenal and they determined to accomplish that object lip fore leaving. The exc item it consequently continued to increase with every fresh arrival of Irot until the citizens of the town met and made a formal request t f the governor to resume the responsibility of the movement and in the name of the state to demand the Arsenal of the optic or in command of it. It was believed that Captain Totten would surrender to the aut Lior cities of the state rather than have a collision but would not to a body of men disavowed b a the governor and acting in violation of Law and that the troops were determined on taking the Arsenal at All hazards there would of course he a collision and probably much sacrifice of life. Consequently the governor consented to and immediately made a formal demand Upen capt. Totten. In the meantime he ordered the three regiments of Liis and Saline counties to hold themselves in readiness for an emergency and assembled and armed Many of them at once could he got Teg Ellier on so Short a notice. Y esterday evening our streets presented quite a Mili tary appearance about one thousand being on Parade under arms. To the governors demand for the surrender of Hie Arsenal capt Totten asked until yesterday evening at 3 of clock to consider which was agreed to. At the time appointed capt. Totten made known his readiness to evacuate the Arsenal and after the details were finally agreed upon it was arranged Toliaf at 12 of clock to Day the Arsenal should be delivered to the authorities of the state. Thus the difficulty has been happily settled and far we can learn to the entire satisfaction of the troop. The Arsenal will be delivered at 1 2 of clock to Day and we understand it the intention of the governor to there permanently one of the companies of fifty men from in Billips purity. By the close of the Day we suppose most of the troops will have dispersed to their Homes and our City will have relay it sed into usual quiet. Fax ports of Limo from messes. Maxwell Wright Kiu circular of 5th january the following comparative statement of the exports of Coffee during 18g0, to Europe and Hie United states Coffee. Coffee. I nit cd slates. Hags. Europe. ?.s. Rallimore179 my Antwerp. 34.052 Doston. 0,000 channel.278,283 . 6,101 Cadiz and Lisbon per fial Veston. 9,040 orders. 14,827 Hampton holds. 35,752 liverpool10,406 Mobile. 2j.912 London. C,.-.04 new Orleans.310.625 .mediterranean300,22.3 new York.295,884 n Orth of krance195,288 . F4,122 Ortli of europe.1,54,704, Kich Nind. 23,565 Portugal. 15,271 Savannah. 7,c0f i Wilmington. 8,800 total 1,072 017 san Francisco Cal. 22,859 total99i,80ll Victor fax a in l Ani,i.tmf.nt.�? Queen Victoria on the opening of in parliament entered the chamber preceded by heralds emblazoned with Gold and followed by lords. A was usual says the account Lier majesty perfectly at her , quietly looking round the splendid Chainer if she sat alone in it and the surrounding six Hundred pair of eyes were Bent on any one but Lier. always on these great occasions her majesty wore Robes of state her dress being composed of Silver tissue striped with Gold and a Superb train of Crimson velvet lined with Ermine and embroidered wit i Gold which was carried by the ladies in waiting and two pages. On her head was a Denim Crown of brilliants and with it were torn in suite a necklace ear Rizig Tomacher and Brace lets of the two i and were both born in Kentucky in 1s08 and 180�?~j respectively both left their native state in Clil Hood a Days one emigrated North the other South both served in the Indian wars of the West both commenced their political careers about the same time being in resident electors in the election of 1844, Davis for in Olk and Lincoln for Clay both elected to Congress about the same time �?T4, it or �?T4c, and were in the same year and almost the , called to preside Over their governments a one in resident of the United states the other president of the Confederate states of America. One the Rock upon which a nation has split the other the Corner Stone of a new Montromery ii nil. A practical Man of business Alto has industriously examined the Pedd Sylvania Oil regions Saya Llinat tie report of Large returns Are Ino ated by those holding land that instead of Wells yielding Twenty live to thirty barrels per Day five to eight a dearer amount that the Wells fail soon alter being worked that where one succeeds two fail and be believes that $200,000 More Bare been spent than produced in the Oil Region the Mem Psia Avalanche says that in Rofe scr we ice of aeronautic Fame at present engaged in Selling apples and Candy at the Street Corners in that City. Washin a to feb. 23.�?not a Little sensation Liroi Khout the City this morning soon it became known or. Lincoln Lead in the Early train twas unsuccessfully thought to conceal the fact esp Dally from the , his Here being at first cosmanic Atud to a few political friends in Confidence. He was it at the station by several gentlemen of distinction without formality Ami was immediately driven to Willard hotel. Ltappear or. Lincoln was yesterday advised to come Liillie without delay. In reparations Hail been made to meet Liim at the station Liis afternoon and the mayor of was to make a Welcome add but or. Lincoln has thus spoiled tie programme. The president elect accompanied by or. Seward paid Bis respects to president Luchanan shortly after Bis arrival spending a few minutes in general . Senator Higler and Kerese native John Cochrane Hap i ezied to lie at the White House when or. Lincoln a. Tei de and were accordingly introduced to the president elect who afterwards returned to his hot-1. the accurate incur Ina tinn received by the american�?. stated in tie afternoon edition of saturday that or. Lincoln had arrived in the Early train oni pro it cedi did direct to Washiington very Little credence w. Given to it by a Large number of citizens a contradictory Rumor to the effect Hiat or. had arrived in the Early morning train from Lii Ladelphia being in circuit tip on. This to found upon Lurther in Jairy to be Correct. About Eglit of clock on Friday evening or. , with one Kori a Kkt or two friends left Harrisburg he a special train it crat of the i in Liila Delphiia where he arrived in time for the azure of Fie i cars which started from la i Ladola Hia at i 11 of clock Hie same evening. Here in sconing himself snugly in the sleeping oar or. was conveyed Over the Road with out even a glimpse of him being Cau Glit by the conductor who Imd any one in the train Cor Lincoln a appearance Unic b it was a Laige individual who Lay Bun. Died upon the , and Liose ticket was landed to the conductor of a gentleman who remarked Itiat a the Sleeper should not be will he seen by our despatches from washing ton or. Anival there was equally quiet this nights proce coing having been in fact a kept entirely in the we now proceed to record the of inside rumours and incidents. The nine of clock the words a Lincoln arrived in the City carib Liis morning and immediately left for Washiington a were heard at every Corner in Trio Central portion of the City. Of course every one had an opinion to Advance and every one who advanced an opinion was sure trial his opinion a was an opinion was an one individual standing on the Corner of North and Baltimore streets positively asserted that the in resident was not afraid to be seen by the citizens of a Baltimore but that his modesty was Sulci that he was fearful Liis nerves would not stand the test of being a put through by our citizens. This assertion found Many supporters and it was generally conceded that the in resident could not have withstood the pressure which i hi appearance would have ii Cilcy. A Aeu Iai Ricmor. At Liaf past nine of clock an eccentric personage made Liis Way into the crowd and in the most emphatic terms declared Liat be had just parted with tie in resident and that his excellency was at that moment sailing Over the City in a balloon. The author of this High blown Rumor remarked Itiat the in resident preferred method of travelling in order that he could have a full View of this great and much talked of City. While the throng were debating the possibility of the above Rumor another individual elbowed his Way into the crowd and in the most excited manner .serted that he had just Ridden from the precincts of Swa poodle Oliero he saw the in resident Riding on a rail of Liis own splitting and steering in the direction of . Liing ton. Before the excitement attending this Rumor had died away a shout was raised of a there he preparations for a drive. Between ten and eleven of clock the people began moving towards the Calvert station the greatest crowd being on Calvert Street. In passing up that thoroughfare the principal object attracting attention was the preparation being made by John Hinsley. In front of Lions Ley a stables there were several a aruches to each of which it was the intention of the proprietor to attach four highly settled and gaily Capar ironed steeds. One Barouch was rigged up and by Way of a show off driven to the depot it was supposed that this movement was for the purpose of exhibiting the skill of the Jehu having the nags in Clarge. The . The Large body _ of police detailed for special duty by marshal Kane was first marched in Sec tons under command of their respective captains to the Square on Holliday Street where they were to receive instructions a and to he taken in command by tic marshal and Deputy marshal. The men looked exceedingly Well and their whole a i Yearance and numbers seemed to dispel the idea that any attempt at violence by the populace would be made. While on Holliday Street superintendent Kennedy of the new y Ork in olice in with commissioner Howard and marshal Kane took a View of the different squads and or. Kennedy expressed himself in very complimentary terms on the appearance of the Force remarking that he had never seen a finer looking body of policemen. At fifteen minutes of 12 of clock the whole body numbering about three Hundred men were marched to the Calvert Street station where they took positions inside Ouide and around the at this time the crowd in this locality was very Large and still increasing people pouring in a rom All the streets Tiu entering the police had been upon the ground Only a Short tune when marshal Kane was Otic Bially notified by a that or. Lincoln was certainly in Washington and that the extra Force would not be required. Orders were Given accordingly to March a portion of the men Back to their respective stations. The crowd at the depot. At the time the police were marched off about 12, i of clock tic concourse of people in the neigh Hor Lwood of the Calvert station was immense. The streets leading to it were for More than a Square literally jammed with people and Calvert Street from Madison to the Battle Monument was one moving mass of human beings. The crowd was not the most decorous collection of sovereigns either and when it was circulated about that or. Lincoln was not to come they commenced hooting pushing and cursing. Some said the police were taken away a knee to thin the crowd others that they bad been ordered to Bolton. Still the crowd increased and it seemed if they would not be satisfied until they saw the train and inmates actually within the but a Short time elapsed when the cry of a there he comes was raised on North Street and then a tremendous Rush was made for the depot which already was blocked up and filled with there was a Little bad feeling shown about this time hats Coats and corns suffered considerably by the High and Low pressure movement. this Rush was made a shed on North Street overloaded with a Young America a gave Way and precipitated a number of boys to the ground but none of them was seriously injured. Appeared to have been premature for the Tram did not enter the depot until some minutes after. The excitement then became intense every body aiming for tin cars and crying ouf to he l to know if was on Tio Airl. Tie Lii Ali was quickly circulated about that Nir. Lincoln was not really in tie cars hut Lead gone on to Washington slow withdrawal of a Largo number of those present hut the noisiest and most excited portion of Trio crowd to the Siree in front of tie depot doors to get a glimpse of who really did come. Sir. I1eai.e att cars . I hey succeeded in recognizing some of the committee the most Primi int one being William Beale who Asli Quot emerged from fhe depot was greeted with All sorts of of Procious epithets hooting and i Silig. Had it not been for tie presence of the police or. Beal would have received rough usage. Tie crowd pressed upon him. Exclaiming a who sawed himself Oil a tree a who struck Billy Beale with a Hrick a and other remarks of a tantalizing nature. While this was going on a Oung Man attempted to steal a watch but was detected in tie . This Cau de another stir and it was Willi the greatest difficulty that the officers could Arr Cit the off Ender. So excited was the crowd that cries of a hang Lii in were freely uttered causing a great Many to think that the threat was intended for or. Beato. Mrs. . When . Al ignited from to cars at the depot she was immediately escorted to the private Carriage of Jolin. Gittings a q. And Accini Maui cd by that Genll Emad col. Sumner and the Hon. Or. Davi, was driven to or. Gittings residence on mount Vernon in lace. The remainder of Lier party were quickly driven off to tic Eutaw House. While at or. Gittings . Lincoln said to have expressed herself with much indignation in regard to Hie whole course Hiou Glit fit by the . Lincoln to have been pursued. She said Hiat she had advised or. not to depart from the route a Liili he Lead first intended to take and was tie More satisfied of tie Folly of Hie movement when she had witnessed the Exira Ordinary care and caution Wlinich had been taken by the officers of tie Railroad i for the Safe transit of the party to Baltimore. After dinner a . was driven in tie same conveyance to the Camden Street depot. A ii docs . the passengers left the depot a Lackman in Iii lips becoming infected with the spirit of fun jumped into the Barouch intended for or. Lincoln and was driven Down Calvert Street. Tic report was instantly circulated Itiat lie was the genuine a old Abe a and no mistake. The crowd rushed after him and from tie manner in which lie bowed his thanks to those who were shouting after him it was thought Liat or. could not have done better had he been in the Carriage. A Lla Ukey. After it was known that or. Lincoln was not on Trio train an old Darkey and a Small boy seated in a Wagon attempted to pass Down Calvert Street. The concourse being so great but Little Progress could be made a w waggish individual grasped the horse by Trio Liend and exclaimed Here sold Abe and his son this caused a Roar of laughter and a Rush was made towards the Wagon. The poor Darkey though probably not much accustomed to such tittering notice raised his Cap and bowed his thanks to the throng after which he managed to drive his vehicle into Bath Street and from thence proceeded on his Way unmolested. The old Gage. Although the pc Ojile had become pretty generally satisfied . was not to be seen still a Sig lit of the baggage belonging to him was considered a treat and a Large crowd gathered around the porters they were loading it in the wagons indulging in coarse jokes and Ribald Slang. A Good sign. After tie crowd Imd considerably dispersed the following conversation Between Sevy eral sons of the Emerald Isle Olio were standing in a Souad in front of the depot was overheard says one a come in at lets go to dinner Lincoln a in at ill be see Liis Luggage first speaker a it his Luggage be say of he dad then. Ill not go if his Luggage sure lined not Lave it and lies some Liere they w cited route to the hotel. The streets through which it was supposed that or. Lincoln would pass on his Way to tie Eutaw House were lined with people and at tie Lionel on tie Corner of Baltimore and Eutaw streets the crowd was very Large. However when tie in residential Larty drove up and it was ascertained that the in resident elect was not among them the majority quietly dispersed some lingering behind principally women expecting to get a look at . . Eutaw noise. Tie company remained at the Eutaw House whore Tivey lined until Oliree of clock and were then driven to the Camden station to take the Washiington cars. the parly entered the Hall of Trio depot Uliey were met Liy or. Garrett the in resident of the Road. Win. In. Smith of transportation Ami outlier officers of the company. After introductions Uliey escorted to private cars and started in tie regular train at 3.10 1�?T. A. Or. Smith and the master of the Boad accompanied the train to Washington. A Apt. Gardner of the a outliers police was present w Ith a detachment of police and prevented the crowd from Aji preaching too near the train. Reported for the daily Erc Hargea til Iki Hack. On Friday evening your reporter started for Harric Ihirg Willi the expectation of chronicling the Evi tits and incidents of the journey of in Resi deat a rom that town to Altimore. On read icing the Calvert Street station it was Luani i est that lie was to have Coni Pany in route in waiting was a committee assuming to have been appointed by the it publican party of this City to Ocee to Harrisburg and an escort to Theja resident. This committee consisted of w. Genethon Hon. We. L. Mariliall win. E. Teale sex City councilman from the 7th Ward w m. E. Gleason i. Blu Youberg and James c. judge in Almer of Frederick county was with this com Milter. It was evident that the utmost ii Armony did not exist among tiie committee tie usual rivalries and jealousies Wlinich Mark the Success of party being very perceptibly manifested. Ulicy professed to have received their authority Iron a Ile publican City convention and to be duly delegated to represent in their persons the various elements a Liili go to give insignificance to the Ile publican organization of Liis Citi. Or. Snethe ii claimed to he the chairman of the committee and so informed the reporters. Or. Snethen also voc Salod the information that he was an honorable having of gained that title while acting solicitor of the Treasury. Owing to the multiplicity of titles of a similar kind his had been forgotten and generally lie was addressed Plain or. One to in. Heno thought that the time had come when the title could be revived with some advantage and accordingly he took Especial pains to inform the reporter of the fact. In the other hand certain members of the committee claimed the chairmanship for judge Marshall hut that gentleman sat demurely in his seat leaving his friends to assert his right to the doubtful distinction. At Lutherville or. F. H. Cochran entered the car and tie appearance of his White Liat was hailed the Harbinger of peace and Good no incident of interest occurred on the trip. Abr thai. At . At five minutes past eleven of clock the party safely reached Harrisburg. On leaving tiie car judge Marshall commenced be stirring himself of manifesting much anxiety to get the committee together. He appeared very solicitous some one of Trio few members composing the delegation would get . soon he was sure that All were Safe he hailed a resident of Harris Barg and asked a where Hie in resident stopping at the Jones House a was the reply. A where that a asked the judge. A turn to the left and follow your nose a said the citizen. A turn to your left and follow your nose a repeated the image at the same time carrying out the direction. After Sev Jiral More inquiries made to passers by by his Honor to the location of the hotel it was Fili ally reached. Tun Joses nol be. Tie conic Pittee entered like men in authority but the multitude of people inside did not appear to appreciate the position of the members thereof. True the honorable gentlemen of Tom committee were unknown hut instinct should have taught the vulgar crowd that they were in the presence of greatness. Perhaps to gazing at old Abe during the Day had dulled their perceptions. Be this it May tie committee stood for some few minutes near file stove waiting a Chance to get near the clerks office and cnally when the Opportunity offered the members glided up. Here was the Point where the right to the chairmanship must be decided. Tie judge remained in the background Meek and Lumble leaving the rival claimant or. Snet Lien to address the clerk. A a the in resident stopping Here a the clerk made no answer but stood seeming la oblivious with eyes fixed on a string of Bells apparently waiting for one of them to ring. A a the in resident stopping Liere a repeated or. Snethen still blandly but in a louder voice. Clerk mechanically and in an abstracted manner a yes he gone to bed.�? Hon. Gentleman with a troubled air looks around at his associates first Over and alien under his spectacles. The judge thus appealed to Shook his Bead responding by and slightly twitched the end of his nose with his thumb and Index or. Snethen again addressed the clerk a or. Wood the presidents Man priday about a the clerk examined the Register. A the May be a Send my name to Liis room a and mr., Snethen produced his card. A servant was called and told to take the card to a no. in a few minutes he returned and stated that a no. 5 was asleep.�? Liere was an outlier look Over and under the spectacles and or. Snethen hurriedly ran his hand in his pocket and Drew out a letter addressed to or. Wood and handing it to the clerk said a Send that to or. clerk coolly a i will see he gets it Early in who or. Snethen a no Send it clerk a it will disturb the or. Snethen maliciously a i am anxious be should be disturbed. This a committee from the City of Baltimore to upon the president clerk a Well ill Send it up.�? again was the servant despatched to a no. 5.�? he was longer gone this time than on the first occasion and whilst he was absent one of the committee anxious no doubt to let the people know that he was in town pulled the hotel Register near him and reached for a pen. the clerk observed the latter motion he threw out his hand remarking a Stop it no use for you to write your name there we cant accommodate you. We re the members looked at each other with great Surprise and bewilderment and while the expression of astonishment was still on to a faces the servant returned and informed them Liat or. Wood was glad to hear of their arrival and would be Happy to present them to the president at eight of clock the next morning. This was a Shower hath and for a Brief space the members stood silently staring at each other when or. Snethen broke the silence with another look Over and under Liis spectacles and echoed with a solemn intonation the cabalistic words a weight just at that moment your reporter thought that committee looked and Felt slightly ridiculous. After a Brief private conversation among themselves they in very pleading tones import Ned the clerk for a nights lodging. It was to no effect however. The clerk Only Shook Bis head without looking up. The committee pit Woosly insisted and at the clerk told them that he could furnish them with floor room Good Solt planks for lords. I Lio coins Silti Quot. Pir tical Irlvy Thelio torah la portion of it look d ii dig not. Oin or two of the number Olio no doubt had Lri it by accepted of Simi Hir ois 1 a disposition to accept the planks. Finally however More refined counsels prevailed and the Coin Mil determined to seek for quarters else Liei o. A at this juncture or. We. Gunnison presented Iii self but they avid Cully derived Lio Somloi i from his , and alter a moments conversation. Hie come Iitto separated from him and started on a sea Len for keds. One Street after an outlier was traversed and flier Ever there was a sign up of a entertainment fur Man and beast a the committee entered and enquired for Hon. The same answer was received at each place nearly an hour was spent in Perambo plating the town at tie end of which they were not so near a resting place when they started. A Short consultation in which Hie comforts and exigencies of life were canvassed and the committee determined to return to the Jones House and accept the tender of the planks. Liis was done and soon the party were discussing their accommodations. The Hon. Judge could not sleep on a floor. All the members of the committee Aji Preci ated the immense decline there would to in dignity if Hie Judic Fleit on a floor. It would never do and accordingly Throe chairs were arranged Side by Side and the Ludge with great dignity stretch cd Iii self along them and for four hours a slept like a some of the others sat in Clairs and thus they retired to rest. A things they Alt Marjip. Your reporter in company Witolia a chum pc acid not think of crowding Trio committee in their quarters and with that modesty Wlinich so eminently characteristic of the reportorial profession turned out into the Cli earless streets. T was now near one of clock hut tie streets were far from being deserted. The enthusiasm of the Day assumed the aspect of at night. Drunken men were shout log singing Yelling and Lui Rahing tenderly embracing lamp posts and lying on cellar doors. The scene presented in the bar rooms and sitting rooms of the various taverns baffles description. All the chairs stools benches settees and sofas were occupied by men. Courting sleep. Some few who had been of a Iii ritual turn of mind during the Day found Little difficulty in slumbering but others of a More Lymphatic and nervous temperament were Horhing their Heads at one instant and were a bursting out into very explosive adjectives the next. Of a group of live i countered in one of the restaurants one of the number was stretched on the floor with Liis head resting on a Spittoon Ali tie other four were using his body for a Pillow. Molle Qualti koreans. On entering the House everything Wlinich could be applied to sitting purposes was found occupied. On one of tie sofas were three persons Bobbing Una it ily. One of them whom to recognized or. Win. E. Coale Rose soon after we entered and on finding that we were from Baltimore made diligent inquiries in regard to the committee. The other two quilted the sofa also hut when or. Coals saw that a Carv looking gentleman who was pacing the floor eyed tie sofa wistfully he hade one of his two friends return immediately and hold Possession of it. In tiie course of his subsequent rambles in search of a lodging your reporter was fortunate enough to meet with an acquaintance a resident of Harrisburg who invited him and his companion also a balt Morean to Liis House where they obtained an excellent in Glitz a rest. The Monino. At an Early hour in the morning the town was All astir. Brass bands Drums fifes and bugles wore to he heard in All sections of the place. The visiting military were for their Homes and from six to eight of clock the Atreet were to pronged with uniforms. The display of military tie Day previous was very imposing besides tie local companies were Many of liars from in Lii Ladel phia and intermediate places. There were also companies from Points far West . They ail left for on saturday morning. The Baltimore c0m.mittee again. At an Early hour the committee arose greatly Refro Sliez by their nights rest. Each member made his toilet and proceeded to the clerks office to await the order Sun mining them to the . An ii our was spent when the committee were invited to the reception room where they immediately proceeded. Here another Titok place. Ever and anon the members of tie committee pulled out their watches and closely noticed the hour. Eight of clock came and went and tie committee were still waiting. The question of the chairmanship of the committee tvs still in doubt and your reporter was anxious to have tiie Point determined. In response to a question asked one of the Coni Matteo Liat gentleman Remai ked that kidu Marshill was the chairman but owing to the fact that tie judge was an applicant for the office of collector of the port of Baltimore his modesty Avold prevent him from acting c Nief of the delegation. This settled the matter and Hon. A. Snethen he Caino chairman by Courtesy vice Marshall too modest. The riles station that did not come off. About fifteen minutes past eight of clock a motion was made by some gentleman in authority for the Baltimore committee to apr Roach the doorway leading to the August presence. Bare headed wit i great reverence and i almost Oriental Obs qui Olis Nesa end in Ite did non ranch from the reception room to the Hall where they again waited for a few minutes w Hen the door of the apartment opened and col. Ellsworth of Chicago zouave notoriety thrust his head out and in a Sharp positive military tone said . Lincoln not in Harrisburg lie left this night and now Safe in Washington the chairman of the committee looked Over and under his spectacles. The other Nien hers looked at each outlier and alien one of them said a i done to believe a word of there were no Means by we Iii the truth of col. Ellsworth a statement c ibid be tested. The judge and the honorable were of opinion that it was a ruse indulged in for Trio purpose of deceiving the eager crowd which thronged every Avenue leading to the apartment. The Coli Init tee held their position and discussed the proc Mility of tie truth of the in reside Ute a Ulicy All looked very sheepish and Cha fallen but bravely endeavoured nevertheless to keep up a an appearance of dignity. It tvs Asad failure however. Tbu they remained irresolute until within a few minutes of nine of clock the hour for the departure of tie extra train for Baltimore. The scene at the cars the arrangements of the company. The officers of the North Kern Centra a railway company Lead made the most careful and ample preparation for the transit of the in residential party col. J. S. Gittings and James c. Clarke esq., were both in Harrisburg and wore to accompany the party. Every precaution Wlinich human foresight could suggest had been taken to ensure safety Over the Road. The Day previous or. Clarke had taken a number of the master inechanic from the Baltimore machine Sii Ops to Harrisburg. 0.a Friday night these men went to work and took the celebrated locomotive John ii. Done apart examined and tested every part of the machinery and so far mechanical skill could suggest provided against the possibility of an Accident. Duplicate pieces for each and every part of the machinery were placed on Board the train wit i screws and ail the necessary april dances for repairing the breakage of any part of the engine. The cars were prepared expressly for the occasion. The same caution exercised in regard to Hie locomotive and cars was also used along the route. At intervals of half a mile along the entire Road Flag Inen were stationed Ivhon had watched the Road the entire morning. At every Bridge there was a watchman carefully guarding it. At no Point along the route was there tie neglect but everything and any contingency which an extensive experience of Railroad affairs could suggest were carefully provided for. Or. Clarke had with him his Only son a jpy five years of age which wa.5 a Good evidence that he did not fear danger from Accident. Captain George a. Ila Aylings a gentleman widely known for Liis urbanity and skill a conductor had charge of the train and the Engineer was or. Gardiner Cobb one of the most reliable and capable men in the country. About fifteen minutes of nine of clock the express train took position on the sideling. There Avert but few persons present the crowd still lingered in and around the Jones House. The Baltimore committee who were not yet assured that Uliey would be allowed seats in the train came to tie cars looking troubled and Dubion. Some of them now expressed the belief that the in resident had really gone before whilst others Clung to the belief that it was a ruse. The doubt could not much longer and while they were engaged in discussing the matter cheers in the streets announced that the in residential party was on Way to the in a Short time the carriages made their appearance and it w. evident that the president was not with the party. There Irene . La droid tie two Little , and bobs and his brother but the president elect was nowhere to he seen. The committee looked Crest fallen and in mediately became solicitous about their passage Home. With but Little trouble they gained admission to the cars and in a few minutes the train was on Way. The cause of or. Lincoln a Clandestine departure. Various causes were assigned for or. Lincoln a departure. 1 h j most reliable report was the following on the Day previous or. Lincoln received several despatches warning him of danger if he passed Over the Northern Central Road. But Little attention was paid to these. In the evening however he received a from general Scott informing him that he Gen. Scott had been informed that the president in null he killed either by Accident on the Railroad or by .Sassination in Baltimore for that a thoroughly organized party had planned his destruction the assassination was sanctioned by leading men in Baltimore. The details were said to he these first an attempt would be made to throw the train from the track at some Point just before the Maryland line was reached if this attempt proved unsuccessful the train would be Thron n from the track at some Point Between the Lelay Louse and the City of Baltimore. All the preparations for this desperate scheme it was alleged were perfected but in Case tie vigilance of the officers of the Railroad prevented this then the president would be assassinated he left Hie cars at the Railroad depot. In View of these fact the general was pleased to term the idles of Idle rumours or. Lincoln was advised to leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia and go through to Wash ton by the night train. It was said that or. Be Avard also sent a despatch to or. Lincoln urging him to proceed immediately to w Ashington by Way of Philadelphia. Accordingly without the knowledge of any of the members of his family and but one or two of Bis political friends who have accompanied him he left Harrisburg in the regular train of cars at six of clock p. M., for Philadelphia. To arrived in that City in Lime to take the 11 of clock train for Baltimore. Entering immediately the sleeping car he took Possession of one of the upper berths where to remained ensconced until he reached Washington. On Bis arrival there he avas met by senator scan Ard and other friends. The Only persons on Board the train who were acquainted with tie fact of or. Lincoln a presence were a son of senator Seward and a gentleman named Lemon both of whom accompanied him from Harrisburg. The conductor of the train not conscious of Bis being on Board. Col. J. So Gittings and or. Clare of the Northern Central company had not been consulted and were not aware of or. Lincoln a departure until the time came for starting the extra train Over their Road. The sequel of the trip gave an unmistakable contradiction to the base calumnies which caused the president to change his programme on the wat. No Stop we made at the tows of Bridgeport on i Avi let Zilco i liver oppo Ito 11 Hunt Lavo a Ltd people Lead gallic off there Ivar the d vol and the train passed cheered and a aved a. A tie different Little Avrich la 5 train passed there Avert Small clusters of country people Avaio cheered lustily. York Ilavern. The first Stop avas made at York Haven a Herc a icily of avoid and water avas taken in. Luite a Cro Avil had assembled Here anxious to see the in re Sidcot. There Avert rails for a old Abe a and before the people could he convinced Liat tie aa. not on Hoard the train moved Oil. The first car of the train avas occupied by Aita Chei of the new York and other North Kern and we Tern journals several of the political friends of or. Lincoln and by Boh his eldest son. The latter a Young Mau 20 years of age Small sized beardle.. Avith an open Frank lac and agree Alec and Soei ahle manners. He sat on one of the scats smoking a Cigar and talking Avila Lii friends and looking though he has younger lion flier avus also in this car and to All i to Wiite an Ninin ble Young gentleman. In the second car ave reihe bal Tim reins. Iii v expressed Hie Fie Elv on the change of programme and denounced false the reports in regard to the Security of the Road and the contain plate it a violence in Balti Tiore. They were indignant at the Oinie pursued by the in resident and consid red tha ital null result injuriously to tie Lle Pullicin Causi. Or. Wood Avaio had charge of the in Reed Estial train stated that he had opposed tie step hut soul in not control tiie action to tiie in resilient. In Hie to Laird car Avert . and tiie Avo youngest , or. In. S. Wallace family physician Iolin g. Nicl Ioly private , Hon. N. B. Giuld. Col. E. V. Sumner . S. A and other officers and notables. C d. Gigli big avas also in this car and did much to the trip a pleasant and agreeable one to . and her party. At York. An immense Croad had gathered at fun depot. Liere wore not less Tolian Tia c thousand persons present. tiie . Ai Proa Clied wild and tumultuous i Peers acre Given. There avas a brass band stationed on the fila Forni Avrich played a Hail columbian and the a Star spangled soon the train came to a stand the platform of the cars was thronged Avila , eagerly enquiring for a old when told that lie avas not on Hoard they laughed and Rcd their informants that they Avert a not Bob hero Thrun his Lead out of one of the a indo of the ears a Hon the Fol leaving conversation took place Betavee him and several Litti girls girl Ali Oak the in resident Avont you a Bohr a who not on air la pcs he you re nobody and done to Noav bobs in a his son girls a two Avant to see the old bobs a Well Liere Are Tavo of Liis. this my Hunt lick a pointing to his brother at his Side girls a ooh you Are lying you Noav you the conversation avas interrupted by some one striking Bob on the Hack saying a Oboh you must come out and speak to this Croad. They Avont believe .�?� Bob aval cd out to comply hut found or. Wool addressing the crowd. The latter on observing Boh introduced him hut before the latter could speak the train moved on leaving the Croaa d for the most part under the belief Liat or. Lincoln a on Hoard tie train. the passed Hirough the to Avn the people who thronged the Street Ehe ured and a aved their handkerchiefs. The Marvel an Side. After crossing the Lino much anxiety avas manifested by the party to see hoax the train would be re Ceiaa cd. At All the stations people had Gatli ered and much interest was Felt to get .1 sight of the in resident elect. There Avert no entus instil demonstrations but occasionally there avas a shout for a old some few a aved to lists and occasionally a lady avast he seen ving her Liander chief. At Cockey Villo several Hundred had gathered and there were Calls for a old Abe Trot a Iii i out a hut the demonstration avas respectful. It Sparks Savitch the stars and stripes stretched across the Road. Liis was the Only obstruction offered to Hie train on the route and the lag avas flying Paventy feet in the air. A number of the scholars at Lutherville Seminary Avert Sivali Ned near tie Road and the train passed Savavi d to handkerchiefs. Tie operators at the i Willri it factories a Erc also out and in some Lew instances cheered the train. Tie utmost respect avas p Avn along the entire route through Maryland. The train arrived in Liis City on precise time. The arrangements Avert that . and Lii mily should get out of the train at Charles Street Avenue and proceed immediately to the reside be of col. Gittings. For Elliis purpose the train ship cd at the Avenue but the carriages had not arrived and the cars proceeded to Calvert Street station. Tie Croad in Avail tag avas immense and your reporter hurried to through it Avith the uni peed. Coi Lilesii Indence 1�?T. L. , Orfice of the a m . Baltimore feb. 24, 1801, my Altur ion living been called to certain telegrams Puri it Irving to have been sent from Harrisburg Iii Al o from Baltimore and published in the soap y it re papers to the Eli get that tie sudden of tic in resident elect Ali Rouglin this City Lead been c. Ised by reliable information Liat a conspiracy to Itei violence to his person bad been organized 1 Ere avas approved and abetted by in Liue tial i ants and barkers 1 deem it my duly Fri v a Tirane tie statement utterly destitute of truth. It avas hindu tit possible that an offensive Ile publican display a to have been contemplated by Somo of our citizens at the Railroad station might have provoked disorder so far they were concerned and ample measures Avert accordingly taken to prevent any disturbance of the peace. But to any purpose to Olter violence or indignity to tie in re ident elect i affirm without hesitation and Avioli ample Means of know pledge that no such purpose existed and Llinat he Avn uld have passed Ali Rouglin the City Avioli perfect.ifety and entire Freedom from any Mark of disrespect. slanders upon Llic Good name of the City of Baltimore Noav one of tie quietest and most orderly in the country deserve to he rebuked Avi Merever uttered. It Avillo rec in acted that some time ago at the instance of the mayor of Washington i instituted an examination in regard to a Rumor that our citizens designed getting up a raid on Washington Avrich proved to be Avit unit foundation. Subsequently in avas called upon by a special messenger from tie United states Aifili crities at Annapolis in regard to another Rumor of an intended mob by our peo Jile to expel tie a late authorities at that place Sli having a determined and malicious purpose to defame tie i Caracter of on citizens for some a sons Best kno Ataii to the parties engaged in it. The sul joined correspondence Avith his excellency tie governor aah i Aboav that the in olice authorities Avert prompt in responding to their duty in the premises hut the fact that no response to my communication of the Atli inst. Placing the whole detective Force of the department at Hie disposal of the governor has been received deemed conclusive that his excellency Noav concurs in the opinion that tie Liole Story avas a sheer Fahri Cati ii of further notice. Geo. 1�?T. Kane marshal of in olice. Baltimore january 31, 1861. 7n , Thomas 11. Hicks poorer nor of Maryland. Dear sir or. Llic Hanl Swann late mayor of the City of Anna Violis and now attack died to the aval Academy there called at my House Yeste Nlay. At Here 1 Paras confined by sickness with a letter ail dressed to you by some person in this City informing you that a conspiracy exists in Baltimore to take Possession of the City of Annapolis and expel the Public authorities therefrom by Force unless you would Convene tie previously to tie of february next or thereabouts. This letter. Or. Swann informed me was transmitted by you to the commander of the United states naval Academy who had directed him to exhibit it to me and ask for information in regard to sul Jet matter. The signature of Hie Avrit Elliad been torn from the letter and ills name was withheld from me or. Swann represented to me by your direction which i presume must been a misunderstanding. From All the information a Vicli my official Pushion ii takes at Ray command a Lilieno hesitation in expressing my conviction that the statement of your correspondent a sheer and groundless fabrication. The Imi it Orlance however. Avrich it Manifest that you attach to it from the fact of your living deemed it necessary to Dace Hie Oill cer commanding Hie United states naval Academy in Possession of this letter renders it my official duty to investigate the matter Well for tie maintenance of Public order Liere for Hie vindication of this City and state if the imputation unjust. I. Therefore respectfully request you to furnish me at your earliest convenience with the name of your Torresi it indent. If there be any truth in his statement i ought to be Fumi tied Avith his evidence and the ground of Bis knowledge so that i May prevent the crime and disgrace said to be threatened and bring the conspirators to punishment. It the statement be not True i Avill have an Opportunity to fix Liere it belongs the responsibility of til and Many other of false and exciting reports which i have been circulate in so freely and widely to the disparagement of our citizens. How injurious such reports if believed must be to the reputation and disparaging to the efficiency of the Force under my command cannot but be obvious to you. I therefore earnestly invoke your Portis Sioui and Aid to investigate these truths if they Are True or expose these falsehoods if Hiey Are false. I most respectfully repeat my to be Furnis lied with Hie names of All the parties from whom you have information of conspiracies existing hero against the peace of the state or the in United . I tender you my Best efforts in that belial and All the Means of detection at my command. Yours respectfully. Geo. R. Kane Marsial. In Rapolla february 2, incl. George p. Kane marshal of i ouse Baltimore dear sir your letter of yesterday was received by this morning mail. To your request to be Furnis lied with Hie name of the Ariter of the letter shown you Liy or. . I must for obvious reasons decline. Sli Ould 1 make known the of those who May Feci it their duty to communicate with me on matters of Public interest i might endanger their safety and ii sides such action on my part would deprive me of All of obtaining information other than that Given in the a cars papers. I will say hoax Ever that i attach but Little consequence to such Rcporl, and while i Hare undoubted information that an attack on avas Lington was at one time contemplated never had the Sligo fear of Success. I in not and have not feared that any Witort would be made to take of Anna Violis but at Hie same time prudence requires that neglect should not invite attack. I have never believed that any considerable number of the people of Baltimore were engaged in such enterprises. That City with compar trively few a ice Lions Loyal. I Piave the Lionor to to your obedient servant trios. N. Hicks. A Altimore 4,1801. To his excellency Thomas h. Hicks governor of Maryland dear sir a have the Honor to acknowledge your Tetter of the 2d inst., in answer to mine of Hie , should have been the 3ist Ultimo in a hic i i asked to be furnished wit i the name of the Baltimore correspondent by Wiliom you were informed of the existence of a conspiracy Here to take Possession of Annapolis and expel the Public audio cities. A thorough examination into the foundation of previous rumours of a Kindred character Avrich had been brought to my attention by the authorities of Washington had justified me in giving a Public and Emilia tic denial to their Trutlin. It avas therefore altogether because of the apprehensions a Liili 1 presumed had induced you to communicate the letter referred to in my to the naval commander at Annapolis and of deference to the solicitude Wlinich prompted that officer to communicate with me in regard to it by special messenger that i Felt it my duly to give attention to the information of your correspondent. The Assurance contained in your letter that you do not attach any importance to the re it Ort itself and never did would therefore Render it unnecessary to Tro utile you further were it not that other circumstances have transpired which hardly permit me to let Hie matter rest a the fact of your having received Hie information referred to has obtained general circulation in this City and Washington and 1 learn that the in resident of the United states has had it in contemplation in consequence to order reinforcements to Annapolis. It seems therefore eminently proper in the most Lim tied Violav of my duty that 1 should have the Opportunity of ascertaining definitely tha truth or falsehood of the information. The detective Means at my command Are necessarily far beyond those of any other person in the state your excellency included and i cannot Render a More acceptable service to the Public than by employ ing All to ferret out a or Iii of so Miu a 1.-Iiioii Ness if a ind id to exp a the Falo lined of Hie Cecii Uli ii. If it i lie live a Iii re . I trait therefore Hiat it Mav Aee Ord a Atli your views ii in Reil Etinne to let me live the Liene flt of Hio Chi Len Liili your correspondent i Able to give and to Fornili i Avioli Liis name for that Pur pose. If i were i Ini vate Liidi Vidigal making re ii st of you for rare ii rosily i Milit feel the forc of your suggestion to Hie Ini prud ecu of granting it but i am a Pih Dic of flier clip urged with the special duly of Sulci a Yves ligation and i preventing crime thereby and it Avoil 1 he a Seri ii a imputation in Iii official integrity if i could not be enter misled wit i any name or , a tiili the of my duties made it for me to a Nav. It must i Manifest to you and i took the Liberty of Sugge sting in my that the Trushi of Hie rumours in regard to Lawless i it Rocee Lings contemplated and Organ Here Al Rich h be been circulated so freely at Washington. And in tin n Ortli and n Northwest. Would be i serious Rej Roach to Rue the mar Hal of in Liee. 1 therefore feel a i a Ronal solicitude ave inti i Trust i not in Lycoming to establish their truth or their falsity commended they Are to Public credence by Large military pc Iara Lions at and even Here. I Man too that a citizen of h it Pinon i feel Hie discredit in which such Ninios must involve All. If Lielie Ved and a am therefore doubly anxious to ret them at rest if they Are unfounded and expose their authors if Hiey should prove to lie Malie oils Well untrue i repeat. In re for a my Earnest solicitation that Yon Avill Aid in Jiu Thi, ill the manner proposed and am. Very dear sir. Yours most obedient George p. Kane. sent to the Norf Heli journal. The despatch avas received in Neav York Early on sati Irav and pull Islic by tha times in an extra a from Asp rial correspond Cut of the times Hau Rierl to feb. 23�?8 a. Linc in the in resident elect of tie United states c in the Ca Rita i of h o Trio admirable a Rance intent of general Scott tic country has been spared the info disgrace Avrich Tould have been fastened indelibly upon it had or. Lincoln been murdered upon Lii journey Lii tier lie Avold been bad be follow Neil Hie programme in papers and prone by tin North porn Central a Railroad to Baltimore. On thursday Nigist after lie Lead retired or. In Coln av.t3 aroused and informed that a Stran Tryr desired to see him on a matter of life or Deall. He declined to admit him unless he Avo Bis name a bib he at once did. Such prestige did the name carry that Abilo or. Lincoln a yet disrobed to Rran Icil an interview to the caller. A prolonged Coria creation elicited Hie fact that an organized body of men had determined that or. Iii Coln should not be Ina fur Tecl and that lie should never leave Hie City of balt Maiore alive if indeed lie Ever entered it. The of Hie names of the conspirators presented a most astonish in array of persons High in Southern Confidence and some Avline Fame not to this country alone. Statesmen Laid the plan Bankers endorsed it and adventurers Ivere to carry it into effect. they understood or. Lincoln avas to leave Harrisburg at nine of clock this morning by special train. Hie idea a amps if possible to Troia the cars from the Road at some Point a hero they could Rush do Avn a Steep embankment and destroy in a moment the lives of All on Board. In Case of tie fail Uro of this project their plan bras to surround the Carriage on the fro Iii depot to depot in Baltimore and assassinate him Avith Dagger or pistol so authentic avas the source from a Ichii the in Quot of interesting to be confined to the secret chamber formation avas obtained that or. , iter counselling his friends a compelled to make arrangements a Vicli Avold enable him to subvert the plans of his enemies. Greatly to the annoyance of the thousands Avo desired to Call on him night he declined giving a reception. The final Council was held at 8 of clock. Or. Lincoln did not Avant to yield and colonel Sumner actually cried aah Ith indignation but . Lincoln seconded by or. Judd and or. original informant insisted upon it and at nine of clock or. Lincoln left on a special train. He Avore a Scutch plaid Cap and a very Long military cloak so that a avas entirely unrecognizable. Accompanied by superintendent and one Friend lie started awhile All tie Tolan Avith the exception of . Lincoln colonel Sumner or. Judd and Tavo reporters Avo Avert sworn , supposed him to be asleep. The Telegraph a ires Avert put beyond reach of any one Avo might de. to use Vliem. At one of clock the fact aah from one to another and it soon became the theme of most excited conversation. Many thought it a very injudicious move a Lille others regarded it a stroke of great Merit. The special train leaves Avitz the original party at 0 of clock and ave Trust it Avill reach Baltimore in safety. To avar. Quot re Leo 3 Seroni spec la. Or in Ali it tic spi Coli fun Limo n Clie Erfil with the r Niesl to the original hag of thirteen stars Sayi a hat the Nimish r increase in time roil. In on ,-.�?z.,e now Errol people. A Quot each Star to porn Iii it. The. Fati Irr i in the Hin of tin Pencil. an a cession we i Mihl Rea ion . Re affirm our Levolion of he country Annj Hie principals of Hie of Nen Lence. A a let in Ike up our min. that whenever we .1., Jet a new Star on on Hanner it shall in fix one to he Liy the horrors of War hut Liy the Contentment Prosperity of peace. Let go on ext nil the area of our usef niness at Al Star upon . Unlit their Lilit shall Shine Over five Liu Mureil million of a free Hap Gay or. then Ali Cav off Liis overcoat in an of Viand easy manner the Lack Davoodian style of a Kiich d Many Good natured remarks. Ives. Or. Clark addressed the throne of a race in an impressive prayer Many Pocta tors uncovering themselves when Hie lag a Roll a up in a style then adjusted a signal Vireil Aud Miil the most excited tie in resident elect hoisted the Ensign. A stiff Breeze caught the folded Bunting and Ali Cav it out boldly to the Ivi Nils. 1 Chei a followed Climer until Lio.irsene. prevented the National crisis. Thid in . . Wasiqi Ixion feb. 21, l.-qil.�?y.aiiou Amend Monts Are yet to be voted on by the a Onfer enc. During nights session Ulicy agreed to Hie first Graneti of Ilie a fending a Iron Rositi my Iro bib iting slavery Vorih of 3 i a 30 and recognizing the slates slavery snub of that line. The states formed out of the territory to be admitted Gaithor Avit Hout slave y to respective constitutions May a in Escribe. This received a decided affirmative vote. Several of Hie commissioners Avo opposed the proposition confidently assert that with several exceptions Elliis satisfactory to All those from the Border Skiavo states. The probability Noaa that they Avill not Complete their labors before tuesday. Esterday five Avert received from Kansas. Trio deliberations have it represented been i Caracter sized by dignity ability and order a bile proper respect has been Shovan to conflicting vicars. After the adjournment night. Hie commissioners had a Brief but pleasant Siiter Violav Avila theft Orcsi Dent elect a Hose presence in Washington Somo of them say has already produced a Good collect in political circles. Washington feb. 22, Curtis of Iowa offered an amendment to the majority report a Vicli applies to All the territory South of 36.30�?tbe principle once applied by Jefferson to the territory South of tie Ohio River. It pending. The Crittenden plan so called avas moved by or. Reid of North Carolina an amendment to Trio , or Guthrie proposition and avas rejected seventeen states voting against it and Only three for it. This Vole produced another sensation Wilto Geilier 10 interesting to b j a of the convention. Several extreme propositions Avert offered amendments and a Otid Down. The convention adjourned about four of clock for dinner. This evening the convention again in session and Are voting on All sorts of proposition.�. Unless Harmony of opinion prevails than Noav the convention Avill adjourn Avi Eliout doing any Liing. Unless the ultimatum of the republicans i acceded to namely an Appeal to Hie people of All of the states through the action of their several . La Tures for a convention to revise Hie Constitution of the United states. The impression of a Good Many that not Liing Avill be done. Others Hoa Vever Are More Loop caul the republicans Are trying to stave off action until or. Lincoln arrive.�, for Hie a purpose of co Fen Iii Avith him and learning vie . If has Hie Case no definite action Albi be taken by the Conler ence before monday next and Perli not alien. The friends of a settlement Are trying constantly to pre a vote. kitinor.4 a w Asili Litou. , feb. 24�?11 1�?T. rumours Are Alleata concerning Avari Ike despatches said to live been received by the government from the South. These rumours cause much excitement tied Many inquiries but they cannot be traced to any i evils of or. Lincoln a Jouk Xeva general scones j reliable source. There certainly has been no Cabinet meeting to Day to consider such Despatche have been circulated in connection Avith the it lick re we learn to Dav from a gentleman Avo a Pori. Nied or Lincoln and Iii part during the greater of Good he part of the journey from Springfield to tins Civ that great precautions Avert taken at the Van ious ,.points on the route to guard against any injury to st. , feb. 2j.�?me.ssr.�. Child in Ratt a the person of the in resident elect from the malicious. For deny the report recently published that seve Avau Nino. The evening Post of saturday has the fill having de Igns of enemies. Before ent Rinir the cars the conductors of the line Avert accustomed to thoroughly examine the and the cushions so see that there avas no Dan-Gerou machine or person secreted in Hie Carriage. This precaution shows Liat not Only avas there ral thousand dollars a Orth of a owlish goods belonging to them had been Ici Zed at Nav Orleans in order to secure Hie payment of duties. A letter from the collector of Noav Orleans to Hie collector of Liis City save that t e iness of the danger but Liat that danger avar at least partially i ii. 5 Quot a Knol to or. Lincoln and friend.�. Custom House at that place conducted Here it Avell understood that general Scott advised i to fore except that transportation Bonds Are or. , before leaving Home to have Bis film obliged to be executed and that Hie a Kinvig Aooie of of foreign importations Ronti to. The Soa Liei ii co digit a. Lie Montgomery ., feb. 22.�?the Congres today unanimously passed an declaring lilo establishment of tie free navigation of the River. This measure gives satisfaction. I ii soil diff ii Coli Frei . Montgomery feb. 21.�?Congress held a Public be Sion to Day but nothing of interest avas Rtoise. A Long secret session w held sub3eiiierilly. No Iii thei Cal net nominations been Iii de. Ortii Carol Iii i Iii a. Raleigh feb. 23.�?the general so Iii blvd will ily at All times around him on Bis journey to the i Iez Hal More of or. Lincoln a sl�?Tkkche. Ekici at . To Harrisburg or. Lincoln Ivas a welcomed to tiie Capitol by speeches fro n the in resident of tie Senate Ami the speaker of the House. Or. Lincoln replied gentlemen i appear Lief re you Only intent Ling to make a Feriv remarks in response to Inhat has been said to me. I Hank you most sincerely for reception and tie generous words in Avld Cli your six port Las a ii me. On this occasion 1 Avill take the of por Ivinity of thanking your great for Hie of. I ii in pm ing support it gave not to me i personally Init he Eliise which i 1 represent and which i think a just one in hic late election. I loud applause. Allusion h. been made to the fact the inter. Ling far i adj turn on londay at 0 o cock 1. Ucli la i tier ave should say. Liat i for the first Lime a Rqn a i Ness Avill be left unfinished. Atthea Pitalo tic Rcv York Vessen Anlu st Ted Aisa upon the birthday of Hie Ather of his . Ancona Section with Hiat beloved anniversary so intimately . Connected with the history of the country 1 live already a Savannah feb. 22�?gnvernof Brown yesterday gone through i one interesting so ii e morning in the ceremonies at in Philadelphia. Under Hie kind conduct of Hie gentlemen there i was for the first time allowed the privilege of standing in old Independence Hall enthusiastic cheering and to live a few words addressed to me there affording me an of expressing myself. I regret that 1 had not More time to sex Iress something of my own feelings excited by Hie occasion some Liing to Lia Monize and give Slape to the sentiments that ial neen the of my Liole life. Besides this our friends there had provided a Magni fluent hag of our country and they had arranged it so that i was Given the Honor of raising it to the head of the staff. Applause Ami Evhen it irent up i was that it went to a Dace by the strength of my own feeble Arm when according to the arrangement Hie Cord was pulled and it flaunted Gloria sly to tie wind without an Accident in the Light glow Iii Sunshine of the morning. I could not help hoping that there was in the entire Success of that Beautiful ceremony at leftist something of an Omen of what to come. Loud Aida use n or could i help feeling Hin i often live Felt Hiat in Hie whole of that proceeding i Ivas a very Humble instrument. I had provided the Flag i Lead not Mude Hie arrangement for elevating it to place i Lead applied but a very Small portion even of my Fecile strength in raising it. In the a Hole transaction i was in Hie hands of the people who had arranged it and if 1 can have the same generous co operation of Hie people of Lilis nation i Hilink Hie Flag of our country May yet be Kewit flaunting gloriously. Euth Usia tic and Long continued clime Rizig i recur for a moment hut to repeat some words f utter cd at Hie hotel in regard to what has been said about the military support Ivsich the general government May expect from the Conion Avealt of Penn Sylvania in an emergency. To guard against any possible mistake of my meaning do i recur to this. It not with any pleasure that i contemplate the possibility that a necessity May arise in this country for the use of the Ini Pitary Arm. Applause a while i am exceedingly gratified to see the manifestation upon your streets of your military Force Liere and at your Promise to use that Force in Case of an emergency Ighile i make this i desire to repeat in order to preclude any possible Nils construction that i do most sincerely Hope that we shall have no use for Ali Ems loud Hiat it will never become their duty to shed blood and most especially never to shed fraternal blood. I Promise that in so far i May have the Wisdom to direct Liat if so a painful a result shall in any Wise be brought about it shall be Ali Rouglin do fault of mine. Llor. Iii Colont . Tie ceremony of raising the Flag of Heirty foor stars Over the Hall of Independence in in Lii Ladel phia on Friday morning by or. Lincoln was at tended Avitz ail Hie solemnity due such an occasion the scene being an impressive one. At Hie rising of the Sun crowds of people streamed from All parts of the City towards the state House and very soon every incl of ground was occupied a vast number of ladies being present. The weather was Cool and bracing. At seven of clock or. Lincoln w escorted to the Hall and there received by Thieodore Cuyler who a warmly welcomed him to venerable w alls in who Lour of National peril and distress w Hen the great work achieved by the Avi Dom Aud patriotism of our fathers seems threatened with instant ruin. Or. Lincoln speech. Or. Lincoln responded follows . Curl Cir i am filled with deep emotion at finding myself standing Here in this place where were collected together the Wisdom. Hie patriotism the Devotion to principle from which sprang the institutions under which we live. You have kindly suggested to me Hiat in my hands the task of re storing a Leace to the present distracted condition of the country. I can Only say in return sir that All the political sentiments entertain have been drawn so far i live been Able to draw them from the sentiments which and were Given to Hie world from this Hall. 1 have never had a feeling a inti tidally that did not Spring from the sentiment embodied in Hie a declaration of i have often pondered Over tie dangers Wlinich were incurred Liy Hie men who assembled Here and framed and adopt Sci the declaration of Independence. I have pondered Over the toils that were endured by the officers and soldiers of the army who achieved that Independence. I have often inquired myself what great principles or idea it was that kept Liis confederacy so Long Togo tier. 11 was not the Mere matter of the separation of the colonics from the Mother land but that sentiment in the declaration of Independence which gave Liberty not alone to the people of country but i Hope the world for ail future time. Great applause. It w. that which gave Promise that in due time the weights would be lifted Frum the shoulders of All men a this a sentiment embodied in the declaration of inde a Lendence. Quot Noav my friends can this country stand upon that ? if it can i will consider myself one of the happiest men in the world if i can help of save it. If it cannot be saved upon that principle it will be truly awful. But if this country cannot be saved without giving up that principle 1 was about to say i would rather be assassinated on this spot than surrender it. Applause now in my View of the present aspect of , there need he no bloodshed or War. There no necessity for it. I am not in favor of such a course and 1 May say in Advance that there will be no bloodshed unless it be forced upon the government and then it will be compelled to in self defence. Applause a my friends this wholly an unexpected speech and i did not expect to be called upon to say a word when i came Here. I supposed it was merely to do something towards raising the Flag i May therefore have said some tiling indiscreet. Cries of no. 1 have said nothing but what i am willing to live by and in the please roof almighty god die by a or. Lincoln concluded amid great applause. The members of the City Council paid their respects to him and the procession moved directly towards the platform erected in front of the state House. At or. Lincoln a appearance on tha platform he was hailed with outbursts of applause from the surrounding multitude. Or. Benton of the select Council made a Brief address inviting or Lincoln to raise the Sag. Again seized the slips Artlia .1. Vard bark adjuster and Brig Harold All belonging to citizens of new York. They Avill be retained until the arms seized by the state authorities of Neil York Are delivered up. The Neil York exp Ercse of evening says to understand that the owners of tie ves Sels seized by gov. Bro Avn of Georgia on Ali urday have not yet taken any Active Steps to Irocus re their liberation but May do so during to Day. The bark adjuster one of the vessels seized some time ago by gov. Bro Avn subsequently liberated. She of awned by Finch a Meineke of City and has been loading Avith Cotton for an English port. When seized had on a cargo of nine Bun Rcd Bales the property of an English gentleman residing in this City Ivelio ave Are informed Avent to Washington on Friday evening to Lay Bis cum plaint before lord lyon.�. The adjuster a Tivo flecked bark of 496 tons. She was built at Freeport me., in lfe.53, by Enos Soule. The Brig Harold we co not Lind described in the american Lloyd a . The Martha j. Ward a Tavo decked slip of 748 tons a divas built at Neil ,.me., in 1847, by Hitchcock a co. She belongs to j. E. Ward a co., of this port and avas commanded by capt. Chace. Virginia convex ion. Richmond feb. 23.�?a Largo portion of the session of the convention to Day has been occupied in a personal f explanation Betavee Meibers. The Resolution heretofore tabled for raising a committee to inquire whether any movement of Arm or men bad been made by the government to any fort or Arsenal in and bordering upon Virginia indicating a preparation for an attack upon or coercion of any state avas adopted. The Union men i satisfied that the investigation will prove that there no cause of apprehension on the subject. Or. Barbour superintendent of the harpers i Erry armory was among advocates. Others urge that the a Pyrc pensions Are Well founded and that the facts Sioum be known so to be prepared. Or. F Isliker Oti ered a Resolution opposing a National convention on the ground that the people of the South Ini Glit reasonably apprehend Hiat such a body would reorganize the judiciary rvs Tein and make the judges elective by the Ivole people of the Union or. Seivard declares that Bis party would do soon they acquired tie Power and that such a body Ifould make other innovations upon the recognized rights of the minority. A Large number of resolutions on National subjects were referred. convention of old soldiers and a Peoples convention. Indianapolis february 22.�?a convention of old soldiers assembled Here to Day. The meeting Between some who had not seen Eracli other since they fought together Ivas an All acting one. Or. Jas. Blake of Indianapolis was elected Clairman and capt. N. Haydn Secretary. Resolutions were adopted protesting no Airt any change in the Constitution to conciliate any Section approving of the action of the Secretary of War and general Scott in their measures for Protection declaring that they a ill Throat themselves into the front ranks to sustain the Flag of the Republic and the government now organized and sustaining the in resident in Hie execution of the Laws. A Resolution was unanimously adopted requesting the general Assembly to petition Congress to Amend the pension Laws so that pensioners will not have to procure the affidavit of two surgeons at each driving of heir pensions to a prove me extent of their injuries. A in eople a convention Ivas hold to Day. Delegates from nearly every county of the state acre present. We. K. Edwards of Yigo county was elected president assisted by vice presidents for each congressional District. Resolutions were adopted declaring that citizens Sli Ould throw aside their partisan interests and assert any plan of adjustment to Settle the difficulties recommending a National convention of the states to be called by Congress to refer our National difficulties deploring the condition of the country and deprecating any attempt to maintain the Union by War. The Hon. William a Elloso and his constituents. Chicago feb. 22.�?a convention Ivas held at Peoria to Day to express the opinion of the republicans of the fourth congressional District in regard to the course of to representative in Congress the Hon. We. Kellogg. The resolutions adopted declare that to principles Are the same before the election express love for the Union and declare Hiat the Union most be maintained at All hazards. The fourth Resolution says that ave enter our decided protest against the Resol Hions offered by the Hon. Win. Kellogg our Rupi tentative in Congress and we earnestly urge Liim to an unfaltering support of Republican principles enunciated m the Chicago motion to Amend this Resolution by a that if he cannot do so it his duty to was by yeas 79 nays 88. Some of the delegates did not vote upon this the fourth Resolution was then adopted unania Quot solutions complimentary to senator Johnson and representatives Etheridge Clemens a vis and governor licks were then adopted amid the wildest enthusiasm. M a�.�aui1h.�ett3 i Comdr of sin g. The Point special committee of Hie Jia.»»Aehn- to Avirom was a Ferrod so Micili of Hie Nie Sage relates to portion of till several Stati Ilos regarding personal Liberty also the and remoii.straneo of diver Lor against the lairs so called having Eart fully considered the subject Ropert amendments hut refuse to advise a repeal of Hie Hills in ii Stion believing Hicy Avert intend a to be the doctrine of the stale thus set fill a personal rights arc sacred and it pc Emi Nell v Hie function of the state Avrich in acorns itself e.= aah Iii Doine tic relations to be Eure to Citi-/. in their daily a alk and the free and quiet enjoyment of their and Lihcrti. When Toliese rights and liberties Are endangered from whatever cause the state should provide every possible safeguard. Suppose that the ederal government pa�?e3 a Law for the rendition of fugitives from service Al Rich so framed that it 1.� of remely to abuse Al Vording under color of u a obvious f for Hio crime of kidnapping exposing the free citizens of the state to a Nav peril. In such an event can the state do i thing consistently Avila Lov Alty to Hio Constitution and Hie lavas in pursuance Here of May it not a Lille recognizing Hie Federal Law Endeavor for the Protection of own citizens to prevent abuse a such action on Hio part of the state cannot fairly be regarded an attempt to obstruct or defeat Hie execution of the United states Laid. The state Laid not designed to defeat the operation Ofhie Lainof the United states but it made tire so Nti Itin for Hie Protection of free citizens and though incidentally it May seem to affect the operation of tic United states Law it not for that reason a usurpation on the part of the state of Power Ali Iolj has been surrendered to the general g ivern ment. It does not properly imply any denial of tie Rig lit Ful Juri diction and authority of the government of tie i United states. The apparent interference in a Remote inevitable. The difficulty i inline rent in or system and must exist Liere Avo governments cali supreme in appropriated sphere arc established within the same territorial limits. Our lava respecting the manufacture Aryl Sale of spirituous liquors in a certain sense my be said to encroach upon the province of the Keffal ral government Avrich has the exclusive control of our foreign commercial but such effect merely incidental and no valid objection to the Law. A every Man on the soil of Massachusetts a Trima fade free. And tl. presumption Sli Ould not be Cut do Avn Avit Hont the most it Narv and convincing drool to the contrary. The Protection of pc Monal Freedom the primary object of Yoke ziment a Tel should never to subordinated Iii deference to Hie rights of Coamo Tiore Tatnall. The chronicle publishes Hio appended letter Sai Keiss Harbor feb. 10, 1s61. My dear Cousin i Start for Washington in mor Road Lor the Purpo e of resigning Iny commission. After calling on Hie in resident and taking a res Ful leave of him i then go at onco to Savannah. I write officially to Day to governor Bro Avn informing him of Niv movements. This a sad trial for me a it involves a Saver Niento from old and tried prof a signal friends at an age alien new friendships Avill be difficult to form. 1 cannot hoax Over suffer any Eunsik Deraline of feeling or interest to interfere Avith my duty to my state on Liis momentous t occasion signed Josiah Tatnall. f. Campbell. Affair in . To take the Fol leaving from the Carlo Stop papers of thursday and Friday Testate Bonos. will be found an advertisement of the Bank of the state of South Carolina for a loan amounting to 867.5,000, bearing an interest of 7 per cent per annul. The Bonds ave a be issued in sums of $50, so of and 85<i0, and Liat e been made Avioli the clerks of courts in Hie several districts Liat citizens in All parts of Hie state May participate in benefits. To Hiroso Avo desire to invest Small sums it a and uniform rate of interest and Avioli Hie Best Toile Security that of Hie stat i an excellent Opportunity. Apart however from tie Peculiar advantages of such an investment. Hie desire to our beloved state in this a or time of trial Sli Ould and Vve Noav Avill a prompt our citizens to come up and make Liberal a Urc bases of Hie stoc-k.-i-. A Ceiri. Death of or. George . The obituary column of to Dajos Conrite inf rms Bis uni Nerotis friends that the venerable and l r. George Las passed into the spirit land. The -\rtirle admitted free of seems to be considerable dil Terence of opinion to the meaning of Hie second Section of tiie of co Tigre sent by Telegram in from Man gon cry on Iii get. We republish Llic Section Allu Deil to ,. 2. All Good.�, wares and mar Liandi to imported from any one if the late i United states of America not being a Mentior of this confederacy into this c Iacov before Hie 4tli Day of March next Avii Icli Nav live a Quot to Lona Jile pure leased Liere Kolbre or Avit Liin ten after the passage of this shall be exc mint and free from duty. Thi evidently Means that All articles imported from Stales not members of this confederacy into any a it Art of Llic confederacy a prior to the 4hi of March next such Good.�, wares or merchandise hav Iii been in a Iid Bel Oro Hie a Sago of Lilis for ten Days , Suall be to Liliie. of. So la Thein a�?-1 Lin Ryar land. Feltt it Tref in Elf r Maxl prions learn that a Ivecek since a Susji Cious looking customer re presenting Iii self a brother of or. Cornelius Watkins of Dittle Rock made his Aii Yearance at Cummins la a ic-3 Landing thirty Miles a in Ine Bluff Ark. His movements Avert of a character Al Rich Aava Ketie suspicion in the of the cilia no and a Lavatch avas kept upon his move diets. He continued a Iron Ling about the Neagli boyhood end Parlick Early in Tho Vicinity of the residence of a or. Kii Zibro and one night avar discovered under Hie Avila Lis viands filled Avioli tools. Or. Kimbro Shim one a number of Lis it igl Bors and Watkins a ordered to leave the neighbor Lwood. He left hut Voa Ved vengeance on the party. Tavo flays after these threats he aah a disco coed hanging dead to the limb of a tree in the glib Orwood hut at a arioso bands tie met his death a jus. Pel. 19. Merman in new Mermaid .�ai l to live been Etc. Nuy Brou Glit to Eav York. A description sent a this Lio Dutiful Crea Ture a genuine Mermaid said to have been caught on the Side of the Bay of Yeddo on the coast of Japan about Paventy three and a half Miles from the capital and Brou Glit in l v some poor fishermen Olio Lead it Tinell it about afoot Ami Aii Alf Long a Iii a face and breast Home Aliat resembling those of a Avonia hut Tho to aver part of the body Lisle like the extremity turned up in the fashion rear counted in most pictures of the . F. Express. A scheme of general Emancia , stimulated by lord Brougham a letter to Hie Boston John lir Avn committee sends the a report of a Avith the late or. Chalmers in a Vicli that Learned and eloquent divine Ilet Aili a Liis plan for abolishing slavery. It consisted in buying from the masters one cacti a Eek of the slaves time and labor Avioli Hie Inper and industrious use of a ii cd i the negro might gradually earn enough to buy another Day and so on until Bis emancipation should have been entirely liar Cuba cd. A questionable Assumption of the negroes interest Industry lies at the foundation of this Sezieme. The c a Tuzy Hie freight train Brou Glit Over another lot of avar like missiles in the Slape of two Large mortars a. Sighing 11,500 �louiid.�, also 211 Columb and 183 mortar Shiells. We Are informed that there still a Cav More left of the same sort at the tred Gar works Noav being , a Vicli Avill be ill a feta Days to the in Alutto Tati and judging from the of Hie deadly agents that have been and w ill by a sent Liere ave Are Alinosi convinced that the in Almetto boys Avill certainly take a fort Sumter if they can get their bands on Intelli Yencer Peh. 237. It stated that Floyd preparing a lengthy and ele Borati defence of himself and official .�. He Avill take the ground that his acts Iverc justified he i raced. It and the necessities of tie government. That the business of the department could not proceed without some expedient to relieve the Treasury and that tie Treasury department and congre.83 Are at fault in not properly providing for Hie fulfilment of the contracts. In the court of common in teas Dublin an action was bring by by a jeweller to recover the sum of �61 from the late lord mayor of that City Alderman Carroll for the use of plate ac., at his lordships inaugural dinner. The jury Aivar ded portion of Hiu claim Only. During the hearing to Hie Case it trans ired Liat it takes Avo men Lor six weeks to Cleau Hie things after a banquet of Liis character. Tho balance of or. Chenery a cattle Bent at Bali Piont .5ia.�., consisting of Tiv Enty two head Wen killed tuesday under the direction of and the medical Board. Several of these were Young animals lately added to his Stock Siut of the original Herd. About half were found diseased some of them badly. The disease it Yoav believed entirely exterminated. in Aris papers Publiski a Telegraph ii despatch from Marseilles announcing that Letti had been received from Bov rout stating that the agitation Ivas . Twelve Lynndred ruses Avert assembled at i Tara and intended to it prevent the execution of those who had been pm deigned to death Lor taking part in the Fuad Dacha Linail returned from Montara. Or. D. I rudder will be ordained a missionary on monday the �?~25lh instant at the Essex Street Church bos ton. Or. Shudder sails fur the ,5iadura Mission on the 10th of March and Viii he accompanied by a son of the . Or. Shudder Avaio also just entering upon the same Kavork in Avii Ich his father avas so successful. The French government has determined to take Hie entire i siness of friction matches into Avn hands expecting to realize 20,000,000 francs a year from Hie chips. The danger of tires and the poisoning of children Are Hie popular pleas which the Trench a Mancial Chiel offers for the change. The Louis file courier remarks that the in Philadelphia manufacturers who before election Dis a barred All those workmen who refused to vote for Lincoln Are Noav discharging All those who did vote for Liioi. The election worked by the Rul oot Coe tarried. Garibaldi having stated that he cannot at present visit England or. Richardson has withdraw in the notice he gave of a motion for conferring the Freedom of the City of upon the distinguished general. Mortimer Thompson hey Quot a diff Quot a Fanny or. Thompson at present a w widower. A new Kingfan Tavoian declares in Prmt that Fanny Fern has done More to injure her sex and make men disrespect them than any Lemale Ariter since Tho world the United states grand jury of the a of dict of new York adjourned on Friday without in dog Bills of indictment Lor treason or miss vision of son against any one. Florence Nightingale the first contributor to the fund for the proposed a convalescent Hospital at Manchester England

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