Dawsons Weekly Times And Union in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
29 Apr 1863

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Dawsons Weekly Times and Union (Newspaper) - April 29, 1863, Fort Wayne, Indiana Aril a iian i foot Wayne Indiana wednesday morning april 29, 1sg3, pop the pm of in m m09 0l indie Joiy Tot we Hronn Fah Mimm Fri club Ihu to tube tined or Der a Man it in air Rio too. Who m in com ii India. A Mil it Cocoa Landing a District a a a i Fame a state it Jutt h3 furnished a of Mia cause with More Al Oil lha or Al tip when pea a saultes Ivett civil Law of dv9ip�mlgrp&aveau Limor with no in pedmm<m1�te�eerto sex Conte its mandates a Haik its Bott Klary a Panda known to be disloyal either to the Fidemi Gawf men it at be. At Kaoi ail to dammit auth an order is outrageous Ettfer a orders the design in pm in promo plating them was for the Pur those who May differ with thene7,, and to create pob<w8ei#l6tf invite freon and with the Aid 9i llimmli�4pc�8s ct�ti23 every demo enl Ishii inight of thou old Circle or a pub he of in the face of appeals. what Appitito tilt Tec Mut tho9oho of the Indiana legislature of met to it Ether t3 prevent legislation Flod to Madison and Rasol Ved to resist the Serfi it at arms should he have attempted to Retarn them. If the administration would cease proscribing men for opinions Sak it permit criticisms quid on its War Polisie i to is made give an attentive ear to the petitions and Eton it plaints of the Peck let it project Thorn in their rights of speech and pres3, and punish its supporters for infractions of the Laws then there would be no Airt her use or such orders and the presence of such commanding generals am gang us. General uttus a no. I. 63 a pral maed to people of the Steft the Etc to is in Chis Dould beheld in my Hilkert the Power ced in Fly Law Llu to fed tact to Kem a uis it Njo Ament Oril Mumk of to div Tbs Eri to son Roth Etc b it not a part of the history of Law Fco will la Siuw of Terri was present t to lridun�pol�8�n first . Inonu to april and saw Frith his or Lender is command Viola is of the it stand saw mull beat and drive from and diet cities in who old Nybom this general had 9 it ? knot it Eek a deceived in he a. Acid is prom ii and inc no in jibe. Secret ahned association in signs and sign is such a be the Case Why d gets he a St fed and punished if they Kir it wily not imprison them if Quot Laws a and Over inert of tie Wiby not itt divil them for trea Job my francs Avert he a a Weipei of of Thi Cupl it it he Notow Acif and Sun amp a such men and wlm our late. The Laws of who ii Eai it quarters Dot kit it in Diana. Department of the Lii a. Indianapolis april 10, 18g3 i. In the face of appeals to the people to give lip the illegal practice of wearing conceived weapons and to abandon secret armed As it so citations the practice continues. The Ine Vitable result has been the loss of valuable lives. It is the Clear duty of Ever a Good citizen of whatever party to maintain order and Stop these things at once. It is As clearly the duty of is press to concur in Soch there can be no half and half prot Lic. To parly can gain character by the re cognition of such societies. They aspire to local Power Independent of both state and general government. They can imperil Bat cannot insure the rights of my., in marked Amot such associations Are the knights of the Golden Circle. Their paths Are disloyal their a a Igns and signal disloyal. Let All Calm and Rooning cities a who have enter their we Zuur Takfai off tub Glove a i the Chicago Jimes invite Send Puls has tie following article if the Pste Alii to uphold just principles of overline it in the elections and Conde Aih destructive and ruins of optic in it is because the issues have not been clearly presented we must Assunte that the majority of the people will act Leonestly when exc casing the elective franchise or the whole theory Apon which our government is founded is false. If in our political discussions we could Havo less generalizing and a More Strisik apply tuition of logical consequences the Public mind would soon so the a in the Principini it desired to enforce. It now alternates in an certainty Between the opposing political parties because its conviction Ere unsettled and not because Ite interests or prejudices direct its changes. It is undeniable that the interest of a buy Rity of the people in any government Mart be icon Sonai Ico with jut p Ilisie. If in a be pubic. Where the ballot is potential constitutional and natural rights Are subvert a by the Eurc Tion of men pledged to ruinous measures it is because the people have not clearly conceived the effect of their votes nor understood the issues upon which they have voted. It is not enough in a tag Vii round about general manner to predict time certain policies will prove Hanngil but so Lar As possible the precise eff it of the measures discussed should be shown and in such a manner that there my be no room or mis construction. We must take off the gloves. The fic Ople Are deluded with Metai Tsios and a us titties. To Illustrato. Thurlow Weed declared that it it was Unden Tood that if the measures of the radicals a Obus red tin the pm Nicut of the War it would end in the deut motion of the Union and theve ram it air Uibo ii in be action of the so called Loyal leagues in new Milf at if Ali be dome a Lii tale a a a Nora a Irein it upon the a a they have met with arms in their York and the so Miles there a my Klante of they have guarded the approach to those a the administration in the letter o a Jeterjr meetings with armed sentinels. They have used their influence to protect deserters. They have passed Reilio Lutins the defy United states Lawf and the government of the unies states hich protects them. They to shall still adhere to the or Obj gation and continue their secret Drill arc denounced As p Luio Engin if to lie dealt with its such. Iii. The habit of attending political meet-ing9 armed is another evil too common and portentous of mischief. Let every citizen go with the Rij Hattem a to 1 i$vj>plilica1 meeting nor ear that any will interfere full six nor 4oubt that he we be pro tested in to Hoitt enjoy Nunt. / Dut it should never be for Rouen that in times of Public peril it Biec trims the absorbing Chase and the explicit language of the Procia mation itself he does not recognize the fact that the radicals Contini the administration. Yet he note with the and ministration party and is a continuance of the a a or and a Vig it Sorou support of Ite measures Ile is not alone i Lii but a at least pah Ialy assist cd by no Merriu democratic journals. W e have no wish 10 indicate to contemporaries in our own party what action the shall take and a Niy refer to Png ving the Mander in which Public Seri ziment is misled or or. Weod8 prediction a Traer was or was not Correct. If it was Correct which we firmly believe. He must jts a amp hottest and consist ent Man do one of two thing it. Be must prove that the counsels of Greeley. Sumner a Escher interest Mcvery Dunn to 3.bowlh� a wry a a a Hegener a i Tbs a. Quot the openly a a a a a sly of Tifty issues so Loftt the parser Rotimi if the government Iti its integrity and be urdu a fied and . In this connection let it be. Idiot forgot ten that Vii it it partisan har Rangus a no Gro but emitter All other issues. A my teens that in other times might be adopted at was ure Only Ancito animosity when they Are Bor state and Federal a rement make All such from i Chas Are a copied by rebels i with the first. Prisoners a but ternuts.?� they Early adopted the Copperhead to ton their Banner and it is still maintained upon the flags of Sverai rebel states. It is a very she sacrifice to forbear their Juie enemies it is det Naddad of him Irene denominated a Jbv flied it is their sworn duty Ali it to a Ling in a pills mint every a twin it to in by they Knight a or a few re the proper Tribu the Law be tried con ind then we will need no a iii Iai Durdei and insulting Uscz a a a i Hebo denounced a the habit of attending to bribed a and also violent Par aha desires the per ple to Why do not Hia poll ii Vihn ii a Why do Otei Lei Pef a and 6ea> e i iii Tinl i and nov. Morton to. Wright and every p dietician a Aff Lua Ca administration Ofton in when Oso Asia presents it in tile terms every person who a a pc iii the acts of the admin tra Tiai Fernl tit ii secessionists Traiton South Ducr lib a in so a old copperheads Ami is not in the North charged with it to a Wurz vurned that there air Neer Staboli time a it Viies full Over the country drilling arms placed in their hands by i Fife Wirtl Grilj will Clen. Carring Tondeur waft any one deny that these abolition i no him in in the fostering care of the of Fin a he 9taite and Federal government ? a la thai in Al to is to assist in in bring an and Elict a sectional president cd Ihor pm a son have Tho a right Tom Impi in tit thus and. St Ignatiz d ii we a Uit friends or themselves us Livirt a a it age preferred kidnapped. Carried oat of the s ate and incarcerated in Dinge on ip4ljiwatile�> Caa they sit idly by and Sre their mjjtioil�emie8 Dri l a a id Arm and her their Omsk bag sume preparations for a Istir turn id la Nice is it expected that a Polo who once enjoyed the blessings of Liberty 4�etly fold their arms and Itaf tender their deat a hts to worm enslave them ? Disik <oideiie4ne�s the emblems which Soch Asinc of ads of Copper Sente and pieces of the Sheu of Butternut f Row feat Mother Cibat constant conflict pm Impf in Jutt Bftts state. How Cathie a tie him blk is a Ose. Bit by the derision of the administration they a a a a to info Tirri inn who did not agree with them Butternut or Copperhead �o��h4hb�i derided nce ept the name thus persons who were the they get mad and to pm oof the Community at the re tar own i Dice and Folly. The per these articles say to the item Stethe name that the Prince i s. A weak and imbecile and his principles that he will Hubp a them and cares Noi it who knows it. More Likely to a create , alarm Between democrats and a for a Democrat to Wear a simple Silim Hux shut on his shirt bosom than for the i Tel of abolitionists male and female to Call deity a hits Quot Butternuts a we think mind Jih. Gen. Please Issue another order Mouths of these sensitive Aioli it . I it Idi Olitan presses against such in pm of Crata if he shall we know that copperheads will go out of use to w ant Oiler we apprehend May be lord for growing Butternuts. V Jar la Oon fusion we tide emphatic Issue right of Gen. To assume that there a is Idi nations to k. A to Indiana a a a dangerous in the least. Indeed if i of sized society exists in the my Geo. May i be gotten his inform Effon on that subject from the ,c�?T>ti3al report grand jury of the in Hrict fight of a til0 u for Jodiana Mado last sum infer loaf let the Fidi election a report which i pm Tim Lis Parent to so Ose any one to think team say of it and after the fun its and Feath conviction has been effected yet to a. Indiana is in danger ofic of by the knights of the Golden a Reto. Quot r a of tit Berou a. 0. It Winter when abolition members pie the War As now conducted. The country cannot he a loved from the dangers that threat r Enite if str by optical a a Jve Nuie ingenious and versatile Halifax of it compelled to choose Between a mrs and evil Maui and men of like Pru Divitis must now choose Between the administration nod its opponents. The nation is being murder by fanatics Vit tonary theorists Dumag Ojuesa and insurrection its. It in not 4 fit season for experiments or political the origin in or vague Damn Crais have nothing to do with these their path of duty is marked upmost it kit ably the Constitution. That is their test of the sound Ness of political principles thir of loyalty and their teaching Ould be that the party or that Attey i it pts the enforcement new As a forty it Emblem. When it is Andenis Blo of grave and moment a us Puli pics in Defiance of the Constitution Are traitors with which Loyal men can have no syn Mill or concert of action. That their Early ask station a lug the rebel cause has Piven them a character Thiefa complicates party relations and Greaten a a Start conflict and alarm in More than half the Conn ties of this state. Their use gives no or is tace to the party with which their wearer a some to identify Hiet Melves prot a it with the people. V. W do Fea dig men and the press of All parties believe that the commanding of Feer of this d strict truly represents his Obry not no itt and theirs in expires Wilif to regard the rights of All a la Boi Al lately and unqualified Day to the maintenance of on common country for men w1k> let our Over the election for municipal of Kors yesterday throw there one with Thi it Neil passed a it of quietly and peaceably not withstand ther of the leading political parties is charged ing the intent be interest existing among the of this the knights of the Golden Circle in voters with reference to the questions at Issue their leaders Are guilty. And resulted in a sweeping democratic Victory. Thi Appeal preceded by repeated notice of a democratic mayor a majority of democratic the mimic pal election in cur Caco a the Lulli Funion abortion sign ally the Buskeu. Total defeat of tiie Iio party ticket. Union. Denom Mulc Al Corv elation of the enl in City ticket or Imit forty. Their existence and Aims and while denouncing them is coupled with the Earnest Hope aldermen and d socratic Kee order collector treasurer police commissioner. Member of that All Good men will unite in the objects sex the Board of Publia works police clerk and pressed to adhere to the habits of peace and i Kire department Are the results of the Victory. Forbear the use of words or build cams that an in the Early part of the Day the rain fell in bitter parties and co9ipn Misc or Ouge the torrents but about noon it Clear off ight Loyal sentiments of any. By command of Bulg Gen or the report of tha Massio Nal commit i tee on the conduct o the War is a Ducu this is a question that has been often used and As often remained unanswered. So Long in peace and Unity prevailed throughout our latin no one bit the if Ortenca 6t the question or cared greatly As to the a no ire but when civil War commenced it amp a Ivory and bad men under the grossest Debert in so Ca amp a in Power and filled the Congi Lanai Halls and chairs of of Stetes and the president because the tool of Fiina tical abolitionists and overstepped the Laws of the country and the civil in a world and with one stroke of his pen Dech Ivd nearly three am Lions of slaves free then the question became one of vital importance both the White Ohabi Totite of the country and the Blacks thus set free. It was then the question loomed up before the american people in All its magnitude and importance. Without preparation before hand and when the government was least prepared for the support and confort of that , when the government was sinking rapidly in debt at the rate of two millions of dollars daily and the people groaning beneath taxes and duties imposed upon them then the deed was Consu mated. As an incentive to Thia act of freeing the slaves of the South a fan tical governor after refusing to Aid the general government in prosecuting the present War in sending soldiers into the Field unless a proclamation of Freedom to these Staves were issued says to the president consume to the act a and Tho highways will be flooded with volunteers to fight your Battles but How Well that governors prop icy bras fulfilled let the history the cause of raising negro regiments in Massachusett a answer. A few Days after the proclamation was is sued the same governor received a Communia cation addressed to him from Gen. Dix then in command at Monroe stating that ther As a Large number of nor bands Quot in that Vicinity whose prompt removal we a very desirable for reasons both Millary and at inane. In this Samo letter was ii so one from the Secretary of War giving Gen. Dix permission to make nil necessary arrangements wit i the Gor errors of the Northern states upon that subject. When thus approached and earnestly invoked guv a. Declined to give these contraband Refuge when it is said they were liable to rec iture and re enslavement and wrote to Gen. Dix Des tining to Aid or countenance Quot the plan and said where then is the prudence the humanity of subjecting them at once to the Rigours of our Northern Eky in the Winter season with the m ral certainty of inflicting extreme suffer in resulting probably in disease and death ? if their removal is definitely determined upon would take the Liberty of suggesting for the Asylum some Union foothold in the South As Hilton head where retain their health be tried As soldiers and their labor be tenured economically available. For them to come he re for Encampment or Asylum would be to come As paupers and Sulf tors into a Strang land and a climate trying even to Ite Habi tues As a swarm of homeless wanderers migrating without purpose and not to the wilderness where the Strong Arm would suffice for maintenance but to a Busy Community where they would be incapable of self help a cause certain to demoralize themselves and endanger others. And the question still comes to of what shall be done with the emancipated slaves ? they cannot if hey would support themselves the Pelt ple will not feed and clothe them in idleness or permit them to remain a in their midst the govern edit cannot transport them without a heavy tax being imposed upon the people which they will not for a moment listen to and still the question is unanswered. Upon this subject we have noticed the following article from Tho pen of or. Nickols the official Quot superintendent of contraband so in the District of c dumb a which contains some very Good suggestions and facts. Quot much has been done but Mudi More requires to be done. But what has been done has not shown Forth As much As could be desired. The North is not satisfied nor is this to be wondered at for thus far it has been much wisely turned to these a Poland Aske Why do you expect , to cite. You food nothing and hous it aha Tir Hai reran do you impose making for those benefits ? the emancipated slave replies foliow6 of Faas Ter gave All his people food without having any thing to pay fief it. Wiir halon and n Eal was always him about Thia a to had to care. Now is certainly expect the Union people to do As Well by us As our oysters ii Dixie. Then again our masters once a year distributed clot Bing among the people and this again was free we had nothing to pay for it and a it think that the More Liberal uni Dif Pei re will do even More for us in to ii resp than our soothe masters. Besides this slavery had Ite privileges the slave his the slave was permitted to have Hiowt Spottl try Yard and truck Patch a and by most oysters was allowed the keeping of a pig and had the privilege of doing Over worst for his own Benefit when the task of the master was the news april 2�. Has taken place Nemr it. F., Ivbuls retiring with Small Quot there is a Rrt Al Louisville that Morgoch is in Ayne ,�?~ky., with a Closi durable body of cavalry the Federal Gen. Reynolds invade a raid upon Mcminnville Tenh. On f a in capturing two trains of can and Fow prison Dierf including the wife of the rebel 0eh. Siroi Igasan. It is announced that n6 Letheia of Narvo will be need by the administration except in Case of a foreign War. Skirmish King continues on the Coldwater year Memphis Ico to tents Sre stated. The chief clerk of tie pension Bures and a Derk the adj Una a Fetter has 0fbee at washing Tot his i beef Dinghy in the act of carrying mails for tier to. The French minister at Washin it i Oti has advices of French successes at up i but s Rumor prevails at lava Nav a Tiit Forey has sos it is corroborated that a Fleet of gun Boate trained a defeat Hidi Mii fibr is Fth Accord Mihee and pleasant acid to tiers Amo Forward fir rely every Voier was intensely interested in the h. E. Madison it. A. D. C., a. A. A. O. Result so Tiuch that Over Twenty thousand were cast exceeding by four or five thousand the vote at any Pir Evio us election. Around the polls the excitement ran High conversation a is animated and bitter and All parties 1 Fri. J a i Oah who eat up the fat fleshed and the investigation has been Lam ipod of the i equalled. Ine a Emow to army of the to a Oliac and Tho campaigns of were co yelled to meet All a a i keeping. Sgt has it been in a great measure abuse and misrepresentation which could Dij a rect toward them the pm Judick of voters and i there was a difficulty place them in a film Ligh and yet in a air somewhere. One class have placed this diff stand up fight in which their a Vereanes id j Jug government. Aneth ment which we fear will be productive of much i anti Rosiea Ana Mir like the lean Kine seen by the vision of phar evil and can do to Good to the National cause i general Mcclelian. with the new York journal of Commerce which says it is of Little importance what the committee think and Sav about Gen Mcclelian they Are = jr., 1 Quot a a a a a a a us a by no Means judges of military a at tors. But j possible mean of were their defeat the 1 a a the exposure of the general conduct of the War which they did not intend to make but which is made by their report has its value. We democracy came off triumphant last evening will Lor Tjw remembered the history of Chicago. About 9 of clock the returns commenced to come in and were pass. I Lay with the labourer in the Field. A third party have found out Thiu a wrong Understein Ding of in relation to this people hat Are impress with the great truth which i i caused the Nant of i efficiency in labours among shines out of their a Hole Story that the de from Mouth to Mouth Amon the thou hands the Call for More late has induced lations Between the president and Gen me whom the streets were Nulud. It san commissions from the North who make a Fly. »______1________fka aft Tara became known that i Naan with the entire democratic ticket was elected when the voices of ten thousand Loyal hearted Constitution sup orters and Union Loving citizens filled the air with jo3 Ful shouts. Bonfires were built upon All the print pal streets and cheer on cheer went up from All Over the City for the Union and the Constitution the True hearted candidates who had achieved a Chasi Al Victory in their limes. Clellan were of the most kind and cordial character and that or. Lincoln seems to have been earnestly desirous of supp dating Mcclel Ian in his Militar operations but that the interference of just such men As this committee prevented the honest Earnest . Of the president and destroy the Hope of the country in the armies under Mcclellan the kindly and most sincere tone of the president except when his words pass through Ilie hands of other persons is Al ways visible and the patriotic and Noble in Terance of a neral Mcclellan always respond fully and unmistakably. The political partisans who came tra tween the president and Mcclellan have Boen the Cursi of the country i. A magnify inv it army and pro Lorger the War in-1 rested brought to this City and Are to undergo Deli Rutily. I before the United states commas is shall place such parts of ibis report be sooner. Fore our readers As have if tor c interest As Soun As the testimony is Publ shed but we place Little value upon the d Gest of that Testi world i Ninny which takes the shape of the sex part from Indian atoms. India Jafolis april 21. Seven of Tbs persons concerned in the Hen Tuha Lui cd bricks county riot on saturday last have been a views of the of the c there seems to have been no intention to in Vest ignite the military operations in other parts of the country but the protracted examination of fifteen or sixteen months was devoted almost exclusively to the services of Mcclellan from the Lime he was appointed to succeed Gen. Sott Down to his Relief front the command of the a ii of the Potomac in november last. The committee say the y have exam i cd a a nearly two Hundred witnesses almost entirely men in the military service of the government including about one Hundred if this testimony had been submitted to the world without any strictures which Are in their very nature an elaborate indictment of Gen. Mcclellan it would have been More just to that officer but while the committees report is most damaging to him they state that they a do hot under Ake to form and express opinions of their own but Content thib selves with setting Forth those expressed in Clear testimony by military men whose education and experience entitle them to speak confidently on those subjects pertaining to berated their and yet before this a Clear testimony is published they give their own opinions which must prejudice the Public mind. No one can read the report of this committee without being struck with Ite Malignity and the disgrace jul Innus Odo that persons High in office betrayed the military pure uses of our generic to the rebels. The partisan intention of the committee is Undi Samv d. We think the character of general col Elias will Shine More purely from the revelations of report. They simply charge him with Over caution and with being too careful of the lives of iii troops there is no hint against his integrity Bis real or his loyalty. The whole rep it it u ill to get a fruitful sour a of mischief Crea Liing Diffin Luiis Between officers and producing Divisi Oua in the Tiltay Louisville Jour iii. Ing trip to a contraband Camps and fancy that they have completed their Mission by a two hours s a among a thousand people. A the commission returns reports new plans Are adopted which will in the end result in a 1-ure As signal As any heretofore and All for a rant of a proper unde standing of the fads. Some few Are beginning to ask questions in the direction of truth such As a is there any danger of aiding these people too much for their own Good ? Are these people paid wages ? do they receive their pay promptly a but i have not As yet heard Tho question by a favored few whether there can be any danger of paying these people too much for their labor or How shall the wages of this class be so graduated As to produce the greatest Good ? Lurf gang has the writer wailed to see if some one would not open this iii Quiry to the Public that thereby the paying government and the giving North might reap a Jii int Benefit and More than All that the pet pie May not be spoiled by help. Ser Uusi a Many Are already asking themselves How far Are we in danger of contributing. By and mistaken notions of humanity and the telegraphic accounts o the Brown county Altai Ron the same Day abounds in exaggerations m a statements. Prosser is now under military arrest but efforts Are to have him turned Over to the civil authorities Hon. To a Hendricks and j. E. Mcdonald his Cantil have indiscriminate Charity to neutralize if not the matter in hand. Or. Prosser is a prominent destroy the exertions of self respect Ai d Indi Democrat Well known throughout the state. Pendency among this people. The great fear gov. Morton and Gen. Carrington Are a a j is that instead of a jumping labor How to help it much exercised the k. C r.s�?T, and then it first by every Means 4h,.xut��of.hi�h. In l.di.u., .1.0 Toca "�"�?~�?o&Quot"8 a of d to Diero. His Excel Lonc is Bolding meetings i rightly to nude round Tai it of state officers to devise ways and Means to counteract their supposed treasonable purposes. Indianapolis april 22. Gen. Carrington has been relieved As commandant of this military District and ordered to report to Gen. Burnside. A Signil rebuke for his usurpation. All the Hendricks county prisoners held to answer before the 0. S. Commissioner on the charge of being knights of the Golden Circle and which caused the Issue of Carrington a cel a butter nuts order have been re leased nothing appearing against them after an examination of two Days. Wonder if the abolitionists can to get up another Row. Gen. Burnside is expected Here to night. Elk tips ii Chicago. following Are the democratic majorities at the recent election in Chicago Sherman for mayor 152 Vii Buren for recorder 586 never House for p lice con�., 303 Rose for Board of Public works 182 Adams for City attorney 281 me bring. For collector 572 Gage for treasurer 43.5 thars for recorders clerk 6� Poon for it Eric of polic court 919 subject we must examine into the history of this people. Thus their proper relation to the Public will be understood. There is no Scarcity of facts As regards their history. All these fact. Too tend towards a common Centre showing How fully and entirely the masters of these people assumed the responsibility of their living. The relation of the slave to the master was that of Dep Eutence. Nothing bad the slave to do with the future for the master pledge a himself to look out for that. Tou work for me a said the master to the slave a and i will take care of this lesson of entire dependence on the master As regards the act of caring for self had been taught in such a variety of ways and the lessons so thoroughly Learned that the doctrine hat the masters Aid was necessary for the Well being of the slave had become so per cutly ground into the soul hat it had Lecoma a second nature with the slave thus to believe and act. Quot now the rebellion Breaks out and one Hon dred thousand of beings thus taught and drilled come inside the Union lines i they throng our camper or Sites our towns. But they Are not Long in our midst before they astonish our people by their unreasonable some on this account All patience in relation to them and refuse them Protection and a id. But a Wiser that understand their previous training that under the institutions of the most abject tyranny All their education had thus far been had have sought fur a reason fur those demands As they appear to those refugees tliegu9�lr�s�tbtis Thoj Lave and transports have run by the yid Shugh batteries. Gen. Grant to lepus the president that an evacuation of that place is i ing on. Oar Cincinnati special states that Tho attack upon Vicksburg was to have been made on monday last Why the gun Boate from above and below and by the land forces from the Point where Gen. Sherman made his attack and it is believed that the Fode Rala Are now in posset Ston of the place a Parton the rebel forces having gone towards n a a ohm a Banff another portion Kowanis a Battle his taken place it Itoh ont lash Missouri a rebel Force having unexpectedly made its appearance. The result is not As yet known. From Louisiana we have advices that in portent movement Are in Progress against the rebels Oen. Banks himself Hoing in the Field. The Federal gun boat Barataria has been lost on the White River. The rebel gun. Wide occupied we Liam Surg a. And the t Eden Gen key is Hiitt that he is about to Shell the Day. ,. European pm Viola Are to tha Lois Inai. The English authorities Lute Seiad a new gunboat about to leave live Pool on Aua Pitonof Ite being destined for the can Federated another vessel of the same kind succeeded in getting off in spite of governmental of Forte. Federal agents have arrived in London for the purpose of purchasing if possible the vessels by m a a for the confederates. There is i Rii of in England that preparations Are making in California for the capture of British Columbia. The polish insurrection is spreading. Or. I Lincoln has issued a proclamation declaring Western Virginia a state of the Union. The Constitution of the United Statos says a new Stetes May be admitted i17 Congress into the Union but to new state shall be formed or erected within of any other Sute nor any state be forced by the with resent it Abr ii Firo flt Keri can sources. Gov. Curtin is to have the Span in Tefs sign and John Covodis Triniti As Che abolition so ii diddle fat a Vurnor of p�qi9jtysnia. Capt. Worden has been pm a red to new Fork to Aid in the Btty by Flur Oft Linin Adb now building aft that Pori re my 7�,mt$. Telnet Kph news new orc april a a Llie a to few of City to of balt ii a or lion by amp �2i<��wn 9tjb Ahrmed trip a Ihu fail no Quot the new inn heat a Exah Dit i a bit her Hil Ler &co., at Liverpool and recently la Andied was seized in one of the Liverpool docks on saturday the 5th inst. By the custom authorities on suspicion of being intended for the rebels. The matter will be itie8liit<fd before any proceedings will be the in Hift to the detention of the Vesil. The i Ndah a tar so ibo a tfi0 an exit Osedia Gity Good Oto in a. A acid do a hands the prose Cutich of the Bdl def the cd Rrex a Mendence Between the of ii in of the a erho Iford the did Ign oar Ispa a Lis Hect. Kai4 Russel says the a Lamina tip a of the papers having Salisb id the that there was no Prima Facie ground of Cape Ture and that the seizure was we Lett set ble have instructed lord Lyons to la Idle imn ii Date re pro a ent Atlon a the Cir Ettnia stances to the Withington a of a Vernot file and if no Legal go und of capture is reged to press for the release of the and car with compensation without delay in a priv court but if any Legal ground of capture be alleged this Case like others must flow tha Ordini course. / Laterel via it Liverpool april Prita the ene oif be Iwuh no fires. It the rebels j it appear the of of iiomyom�rtjp8 number 8000. V anxious it re Riihl it it was reported in 2ce url a th>13ivt Thil weit was within six Milc of Frank a we to return to a Ift Lcy iwo Lily under Tir no. ,. J bid it was reported that Gen. Grant iad App a gun. Foster Orebi Vlf lbepfllialbtzer8-Ed with a stray Force of red River. J Cwi in trait per tout it v i Ali of of Tom rom new of the 1-Kh says �?~t1m Neva Lovday from Brashear City is of the utmost he Portacci the enemy evacuated his works it cent Tewmey Lse tight it will probably be captured anti of a i hols inc s for in Teli Itose of Emory j and Neitzal . He is leaving his guns and aim Unicio Helix us his the Steamer Diana Kitely taken Firoz As. Grill certainly be re captured As the United Stetes Steamer Clifton has removed the Struc Iiona in the River of Ditico in Pursuit of the i>yiiettm8 confirm film and in t a Vestal from cd ii play tin i i Isaha arrived. If Somp a Iowa Sepo Liia Dot i a fill a a self a a be Arete a a Basic age on the 2gtb of March. One went a Twat tiv�a#80 of i a a act a cd. S Naa remove Loeo and is rapidly approach 1 . A april it her. / j he a the ram Vioen of the wet was a captured j a a a a at Chantilli Forsi Iedel Wisl j heir cram the enemy in grand Lake at 10 clock it its to hkit3si Tisil this Mocini. Capt Fuller her commit Ltd or understood that of cd of re Bri a Quot and All her Crew and officers number big. 00 souls Are prisoners at Berwick Bay. This pure of the Queen of the West is Host important and 1 inside Robe whole Ait Tyr Asa factory Ofrim Canso advantage to to Union the common Council Atit cession i lev a tag 1 a vote of 10. Alde uttian and coun Cimen adopted a rest Titiro Peru Chi the to Arlo r. Two extend Lihcit tick 1119 Union lip Jaro Moads i to Ammie. And Ful Dii pier Lwi 1 ments a Ith Ihus go a Ferne a a a 1 Tion of wimm �bm�tms/�.8s a a in it to Sam Tbs a win iii re in Lim a Rio a 1 in t f iii Ortii ii Iti Jill or so no i and hot Ira of llw�ik�,06w��4�i air ii tii fkiily�4�9itm mirth a my a h was a do Well will fat of to Smy i j Ilia Teer called the Japan or Virginia idled from of the states concern red a Well As of con a but of what import is the Constitution Tinori the French have attacked Puebla Mexico and rust Ned a terrible repulse. The report is that they lost 8,000 my and 60 Chicago Ismet. A tue nut Panl to. Ai rebel dispatches state the he Jfe Ralh a teries opposite Vicki org opened ii on the morning of the 17th inst., but up to the 18th, had i inflicted no damage. It is admitted that eight vessels ran by the rebel batteries on the night of the 16th. The statement that the rebels Are evacuating Vicksburg is reiterated from Memphis. Advices from new Orleans state that the rebel Forcee in the Vicinity of bracer City Are surrounded by the fed ends and will probably a comp Elk to surrender. The ram Queen of the Wea thaa been re captured by the Federr is in grand to. The Adi nce of Gen. Berrns the of army has reached Cuil Oberland Gap and in Entrance will soon be made into Mafit Tennessee. The rebel forces Uncer Breckinridge Marshall Pegram to prevent her. Cotton in quiet and on Chati sales for Days 11,000 Batra to speculators and exp hers bread Tulei Dull tending Dot rewards. Provisions Flat. London 92�?T-5t8a92 3-4 Enoa Harint 7 Itha Uii Central 42 1-2 discount Quot a a Boi Trpe .60t 76c.&Quot, the polish insurrection is reported increasing in various dec tamil sinday conflicts Are reposed with varied successes it is said that a in is England and Austria came to in understanding and sent separate notes to Russia identical in Aonie hot avoid ing any thing like a pressure. The nobility of St. Pet Rayburg have adopted an Addre to the Czar in favor of the maintenance of the Inta Griter of the Eui Piro at All coat. Liver i april 8th, a film at fully Titt weeks Price a it is reported that two. We Al known american Merd ants had arrived in London to Dia pose of two millions of Ster Fiig for 6 per a int. United states Bonds an with part of the pro a dolls a a try to come find of Stonewall Jackson. An Early in it Ashington april 2l�?the peterhoff j Case waa up to Day in Cabinet. Hia eting which tax was full Tith the Zoep Tkv a of in Chi Allih. A of Lii , we 0� Kan Kistoo Denver from indications after break-1 re of a a be it a kit year imm ing up. Was that the majority wore in Ivor of by Dir. 0� to the ves Soliano Nail. There Are Precy Derti we than the a Nike 4jf Thia War to authorize the to Ticac. / a a ii it or to Persia from Liverpool la Tai i Ubena Tonly ii has arrived Frith two Day litter has. E gland �ranc0 an i Istria have to simultaneous despatches to rum concerning to land. A a the dispatches Are feb Ziway or of 1�t Eolior Tir a a of a re do i Tnie in fax a. Street if. A lib by a vol few a inc a a a in. To a. A i. By i pm a in w a. Jaq Eitek Capic Iive .>�4� Intelli ble warning. Rui it Kii is making attire military pro Haiti gents lie a Sec. K. »4.7 vis. A too a a a v -----.1j. Washington. April 22 the French ,Ttin-1 total. Ister Bas Rico Ives Das Patelles confirming the Telegram from scan Frangias with Rose it to or afnok3os�rwmlauuwiri�imywia�s�#ei the bombardment of Puebla. They Fato that pro Uji 1 hi4 in a net gain. The French had carried the first line of it it res a a a a i around Puebla and were conf Lent of soon Cap i Turing the Day. Their comm cations with Vera Cruz were uni Teri up Ted Alid reinforce ments and. Tip poles arriving Dai the French Tro it it a Ai it orca by Lati by their first substantial Success in me Roo. Cavalry under general stack in iut and Small bodies have Seo Rcd the Ali a country tween the Potomac and Nippa Hannock As for West As Blue Ridge and report no rebels there save a few straggling guerrillas and inhabitants. It. Is understood that governor Gurtin is in have Mission to i pm and that John a Vode is to be the Union candidate for giver dior of Pennsylvania. Gen. Buell left for Cincinnati to Day. Lie did not hive time while Here to make Tho depositions of gun Ila Heck acid gov. Johnson for which he came and will require another order of court to enable him to take them. With the exception of thee do positive no All evidence in the Casa is in. Nearly 800 sick from the lower Potomac arrived to Day. Twenty five prisoners of War were sent in to Day from the army of the Potomac. About a dozen of refill is do name up on a Tana port .j-i.v2.�z�jn a re re Quot. Red Psi to balance g wih a some t a s a s a Tki avd ibid gift u "iciulbah-�?~4. A Ltd up hence to not. Fly a Purina air to a a . J heal estate. Ujj Asci it by i sir to. Ai ital my Stock a Irr pity. Tjw 4mpl>e-t�?o�?~m it 6ol�#wwllfr lion. A. Oil tymm a a a by Quot a total Recey iii it. / let fat la Street . J a Ian. Sgt i finite Vest �1 a a a a 1 offic i a Zaritis Pirn i . J Fri Aitner. A Sci t a to. I. to a Gaqi ement is promised Between Rosecrans and Bragg the former intending to attack. There was Fig tii on saturday and Sun Day last at a Point some thirty Miles a out esst of mem4iis. Four Federal a Mente were engaged auf Feringa Loaa of five killed and and seven wounded. The Rebd loss was greater. On sunday night the rebels were largely reinforced and the Federr is fell Back within eighteen Miles of Memphis. The Force of the enemy is estimated at 5,000. A meeting of the Cabinet waa held on tuesday Oil the us Lect of the peterhoff at which it is said a majority expire d Tebei selves in la Vor of holding on to be vessel and opening her mail. Notwithstanding this the mail was yesterday delivered to the British Consul St 1 such proceed ii for the confederates. It is also reported they were authorized to he Tate a Huan of firem ten to Twenty Quot incl Lions Stet it . Confederate loan touched 3 per cent discount but rallied to 1the american Consul at Hamburg refuses to attest a nature to in on a Docili unsent be cause the Ramea of Schroder in co., who Nego listed the Confederate lean appeared in the document. emand Paton society of Manchester Hekl a meeting to prot at against the building of War iii for the rebels and adopted a. calling on the government to vindicate Tho Honor of i Ingriid by stopping new York and the info Fence a reasonable that Tho Steamer will be released. Gen. Foster Haslit Newham Smith reinforce it Mente for the Federr is besieged at Washington n. A fire in Denver City Colorado territory on the 19th inst., destroyed $1,500,000 Worth of property. Gen. Mcclellan s staff has been disposed of a those holding temporary appointments being retired from service and the remainder ordered to rejoin their regime its. Capt. Wordon who commanded the Montauk in the recent engagement at c Harleston arrived at Washington yesterday and had a Long interview with the president and Secretary of the Navy. The parties arrested at Jonesboro. Iii., on charge of resist ing the arrest of deserters have been sent to colombu., ky., the District Headquarters for time. The news it april 84. On monday night fifteen it boats and transport Rah by the Vicksburg Baueries sus Twining no Loaa and the latest advices from Memphis state that Boate now run from Yoong a Point to Warrenton without obstruction the rebel batteries beit silent. The be Lief entertained a Cairo that Vicksburg has been evacuated. The ram Queen of the West waa by in up by a Shell thrown from a Federal Steamer and the gunboat Dhina was burned by the rebels. Gen. Banks army is at Point Coupee on the South Side red River. Steamboats at St. Louis have been ordered not to leave for Cairo and other Southern ports it Bein rumoured that the rebels under mar Maduka have captured Cape Girardeau. In Tho fight at Patterson mo., the Federr is and rebels each lost Between 30 and 40 Gen. Mcneil the individual who the massacre at Palmyra some time ago is believed to be in danger of capture by the Reb Esfi who Are making special of forts to that end. Tho rebel army on the to Appa Harinec has been largely reinforced and it is supposed that the forces lately operating o tha Vicinity of Suffolk and Little Wadi ii Tod have affected a Junction with Gen. Let. Pm pm Itti thai an London april if a the cd Niedz Raie loan advanced pc cent yesterday on advices from Liverpool and Ilaa eater the Timea has an article to the effect that California Riga with preparation for offensive and defensive War Agai at song Laid probaus under inspiration of or. Seward for the cup Ture of British Cut Umbra it says the Federal govern Jint Are building three monitors for California use and exporting thither Large quantities of shells and Gunpowder. New York april 31.�?a Yorktown letter of the 16th states that on loss on the 11th at Williamsburg was 1 wounded and 5 Teken prisoners. Oen. W ise with 3,000.aen, occur Williamsburg. Yesterday Gen. Keyes sent a Flag of truce with orders for the citizens to leave Asue was about to Shell the Eity. Fort msgr Der has been reinforced with heavy guns and a gunboat hns gone up the York River anti another up the i Thijs on cac in aide the town.\. Grant Lettera of Manque unless a foreign War should arise. The rebels on have been largely reinforced within the St week. New rebel encampments Are visible this morning Opp Orile Falmouth. On tuesday in a skirmish who the rebels above kelly.4 Ford we capt und one Lieut. Colonel several captains and lieutenants and about 2? privates. On monday while the Ari Hiery. In Bein inspected by general Hunt near Malumuth. A Ca aeon loaded with shells explored wounding four men one dangerously. New York april 22.�? Rishi on papers of the 2oh Are received in Tho army and the worlds correspondent sends the following Quot Jackson mis Agni boats passed Vick but a. Chie was Bairn de. It is Bohe cd that a Luburg will be at tacked 111 a few Daj. Sixty four steamers have left Memphis with Sohura and negroes for Vicks i a. The paper held a meeting yesterday and agreed to St half the Ink on writing paper an 1 once it Sartor their Wrork on printing paper. The of act is to Rise the Price still higher. St. Louis. April 23. Democrat has a special at Warrenton below Vicksburg. The Fleet was at an Hor at Carthage on the 17th. Gen. Grant was to go Down be same Day. Al let a Marine Brimle and Fitch a a gunboat Lute nearly cavalry. Amp me Florence and Tuscumbia veve Ria Ted. Amt a end Wii 7 Uta i sex Pew my ire a it i in a a a i a ,4s ref a Rffie a a to. a. 4,71imb a n .7 Erfy fkr imm City onk�4 out .?f?.x#<�jlf� City or it a Tisil a a i my a the Wizek we if Gas Cut a. For St la a. Ai Nti jul i Jim w. I it , or Filton. .v�?~i5.flbp# Inick it Day new mid Rae Wilian Hig a i a. 4 it to ii. M Totel a it ice tedium. C Ilfra 4srptf ii Pritham. Frei am re Bill a a Vilf a Mian Rita Mill b 0 Miner i l-.on a cup unit. C no two a ba1.df a be a i?m9�sk�s�sm$ ii Rai Samv a a of a a r 9�s�st bir��ft�.5i� hear�tbis4 to it it till ind tits dim in th��t5,.,.-ir,, a f a o or Rby act Ioir ifrrbic�8�itflwiuup0 a. Cob i eur v \ Halloun a n fort Fittim us. A a a i Rutt met Portia and aprit21�?the Jufa from liver a the 9tlw Ijo dont a the Luh arrived Thia morning with Onedas a later Newa. The polish insure etim is still spreading. Cotton declined .t.atid. Bread stuff quiet and steady. Corn downward tendency. Provisions Flat. New Orleans. April 21. The Steamer George has arrived froth new Orleans. Important Peats. There in Progress age inst the rebels on Bayou tache. Gen. Banks is in the Field at the he id of Grover so Mery s and Woi los corps. Weit pc la a forces had crossed Berwick a Bay and advanced to Pattersonville 5 Miles up the Teche. The enemy retreated our Force steadily advancing. Weitael was reinforced on sunday Emory a diff Loii. Wovers at rashes in City a proceeded into grand 1a1b iian Ian Beo abot Hll Rani ii or As on d in i in Cor so a ittle of Iiga Jim swept inc Cumberland of rebel phed Jet Mivi and. U a i swipes. By of a Etc a it me severe fighting shake in. Fuh us Lishaa Deil by a Norm and ho0p#tfrt�wn rain in As a lib Linin Gileadi quarters army of the pit Tomac it i a april s2 18g3 it kerch Lefiu april a a 1000. It new Itle prints Fth by etl the Richmond whig of the 21st, received a a �?T11�#� Lias the following i i a g amp Okalona miss., april 20.-4.aquadron of by Midbo it yfi�arsit4ue�4lltm abolition cavalry at were j goods. A Hiim Nea Advana ngon Pon Toubi t a Gerdav to it radiance a a in crib it it Frim it Ina jul g we 1. J a crockery it fave ��1 i Odin a guard was reported the feast to Light out for Cesare concentrate Nigto rust Tucman eight pc ment is certain to Dar in loss the ensue r. Tire. A a a the Wilmington x. C Journel of the 8th says Quot Well it As More than probable that it Large portion of Gen. Hill a a troops have already left the Vicinity of Washington and Aith it ugh mortified we should not boat All Surpri Cal that the seige had been abandoned and that in Terpisi amp a so far As Washington is had turned out to be a failure. We. Do most sincerely tru to that it May turn but we arc reluctantly forced to this Behcet we might add iii reported Gen. Olill commenced Labelling tie enemy a Washington on crockery and a dry Pinckar. Miami 1.1 hrs a taken at then in. For tvs a re of Ali _ m is. A i a a a w n a new in. April 19. itt Beli Bave abandoned the attack on , n. A Hig it he As hopelea.�. The pe�3ferance and plock Nothe lilt a prison in keeping at bar 17,000 rebels Are without parallel re the War. A get it it Sanaii a by iii Haa Arvi a ii lib. Us if a Flat a a Rte Dooal Oie aah won Diu it re Pucci Fuwk a a Nikii Ino her ii Priori and so��w�z9� dwt Jno of. Ute far Fofi Lidky a Kiei Ilott i clo Irrl 4i a in a to a it Oppl style at reasonable pr�c3 Breili Quot in Rogut tto -1 terns Laid ir3�zsi�s�st a my App Toby in Lee w �il�4�g�.cre wac movements it will bring from Ivi Royal. 4m 100

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