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r friends in Maryland, also one to Judge Brewer, of Annapolis. On Carson's person were found passes from Confederate officers. He claims to own property in Virginia. One of them had on a new style of shirt, with a pocket in its skirt, containing a number of letters and a large quantity of Confederate States money. They were committed to jail, to await orders from Washington. Seizure of Newspapers. The following is a special dispatch to the Baltimore Exchange: Philadelphia, Aug. 23.--I learn that the United States Marshal at this place has just seized the bundles of New York papers intended for Mr. Taylor, of your city, and will not permit the Daily News, the Journal of Commerce, or the Day Book to be sent forward. The Marshal has notified the persons who called upon him to inquire about the matter that all parties hereafter found selling the above papers will be arrested. I presume that the notice extends at present no further than this particular district. The Mar
Kentucky. Minister Preston Summoned to Washington--excitement in Kentucky--trouble Brewing. Louisville Aug. 23 --Minister Preston has been called to Washington from Lexington — for what purpose, it is not known. Nor is it known that heor Lincoln men and those opposed to hostilities. Let them quarrel] Disturbance on the arrival of guns. Lexington Aug. 23 --The arrival of guns here caused great excitement, and it was increased by the arrival of 200 Lincoln cavalry fromanding this. The cavalry abandoned their position and quietly left for their camp. [Second Dispatch.] Lexington Aug. 23 --If the Louisville, Frankfort and Lexington Railway permits any more arms to pass, the bridges on the road will probably be destroyed. Citizens of Kentucky Kidnapped. Paducah Aug. 23. --One thousand Lincolnites visited Blandville, Ky., captured two citizens and took them to Cairo. Sending for cannon. Cairo Aug. 24 --It is reported tha
Missouri. Lyon could not be reinforced. Washington Aug. 23 --The Government is satisfied that Gen. Fremont could not have reinforced Gen. Lyon without endangering Eastern Missouri. Gen. M'Culloch's proclamation. St. Louis Aug. 23 --Gen. Ben McCulloch, under date 15th inst., issues a proclamation tending toAug. 23 --Gen. Ben McCulloch, under date 15th inst., issues a proclamation tending to quiet the fears of Union men. He also issued a general order, thanking the army for their gallant conduct, and characterizes their achievement as glorious and brilliant. Mr. Brownlee has been released on the condition that he will resign his office, leave the city, and remove to a free State. Republican accounts of Confederate movements--they lie about their loss at Springfield. St. Louis August 23. --Two released prisoners, arrived from Springfield, reports that on Thursday, after the battle, General McCulloch moved after General Siegel; but, learning that he was reinforced, he moved towards Jefferson City. Quite a number of the wounded
Arrests of Southern men — confiscation of their money. New York, Aug. 23 --George Miles, of Petersburg, and John Garnett Guthrie, of Richmond, Va., collecting agents of tobacco houses, have been arrested and sent to Fort Lafayette Mr. Guthrie is a heavy dealer, and has large consignments here, and in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Mr. Guthrie raised $144,000 on shipments, which, through friends and agents, he invested in Confederate and Southern State bonds. Mr. Miles was agent of James Thomas, of Richmond, and had collected $35,000, and had also made liberal investments in Confederate bonds. About $175,000 was recovered from Guthrie and Miles, principally in bonds, sight drafts, Virginia paper money, and $1,000 in gold. A number of letters addressed to persons in the Southern States were found in their possession. [The telegraph blunders as to the localities of Messrs. Guthrie and Miles. Mr. Guthrie is from Petersburg. Mr. Miles from Richmond. All that is said about t
The tyrant on the Liberty of the Press. New York journals to be suppressed. Washington, Aug. 23 --It is rumored that the New York Daily News and the Day Book will be suppressed. The gallant Baltimore papers under thecensorship. The Baltimore papers are hereafter to publish nothing denunciatory of the Government. The Secessionists (say the Black Republicans) are spending money to circulate such papers in the free States. Citizens of Baltimore, of great wealth, are engaged in the business. [Previous telegraph messages announced the stoppage of the New York News and Day Book at Philadelphia, the packages of those papers being seized there by the Marshal and destroyed]
Captures of beats. Paducah, Ky., Aug. 23 --The gun-boat Conestoga came here this morning with two hundred and fifty men. She captured the steamer W. F. Terry and took her to Cairo. Cairo, Aug. 23.--The steamer Terry, captured at Paducah, had thirty Minnie muskets and one field piece. [A formidable boat, in dead!] Thn. She captured the steamer W. F. Terry and took her to Cairo. Cairo, Aug. 23.--The steamer Terry, captured at Paducah, had thirty Minnie muskets and one field piece. [A formidable boat, in dead!] The gun-boat returned to Paducah. Cincinnati, Aug. 23.--The Tennessean have seized the Paducah and Evansville mail packet. n. She captured the steamer W. F. Terry and took her to Cairo. Cairo, Aug. 23.--The steamer Terry, captured at Paducah, had thirty Minnie muskets and one field piece. [A formidable boat, in dead!] The gun-boat returned to Paducah. Cincinnati, Aug. 23.--The Tennessean have seized the Paducah and Evansville mail packet.
From Washington. Lincoln Professes to feel secure — appointments, &C — a Pase to cross the Potomac Denied to Mr.Russell--disloyal officialsin the Departments. Washington, Aug. 23. --There are no apparent signs of hostilities. A feeling of perfect security prevails throughout the entire community, (including Lincoln himself.) Military men say, with ordinary reliance on raw troops, there is not the least danger. [Of course not — the men at Washington and their Generals all know this!] Senator Wilson has been appointed one of Gen. McClellan's staff. [He can run well.] Lieut Colonel Ripley has been appointed Brigadier General. Gen. Butler has been detailed by the Government to command the volunteers at Fort Potter. The committee of Congress, appointed to sake an investigation into the disposition of Government officials, reported twelve disloyally many disaffected in the War Department; twenty disloyal and seven suspected in the interior Departm<
were seriously wounded. Snovels, pick-axes and stones were used, but no fire-arms. The peace flag is flying, and there is great excitement. New York, Aug. 24.--Sales of cotton to-day 1,800 bales, at 18½ cents for middlings. New York, Aug. 23--The British brig Andover has arrived. She was boarded off Cape Hatteras by a nameless privateer, which reported that she had two prizes in the inlet.--She and two other privateers were watching a Federal war brig, with the intention of attacki arrived. She was boarded off Cape Hatteras by a nameless privateer, which reported that she had two prizes in the inlet.--She and two other privateers were watching a Federal war brig, with the intention of attacking her. These privateers (say our Black Republican authorities) are apparently Eastern men. New York, Aug. 23.--Thos. J. Carrow and W. M. Pegram, of Baltimore, and W. J. Kelly, have been arrested. Mr. Kelley had various bills of sale dated at Richmond in pockets in his shirt.
A pathetic Appeal. New York, Aug. 23. --Governor Morgan has issued a pathetic appeal to the people to enlist. [To which the Yankee response is: "Thrash away, you'll hey to rattle On them kittle drums o' yourn; 'Taint a knowin' kin o'cattle That is ketched with mouldy corn."]
Where is Gen. Banks? Philadelphia, Aug. 23 --Private advices received here state that Gen. Banks is at Winchester. [Perhaps! Patterson would no doubt be glad to see the Massachusetts politician falling into the same trap in which he was caught.]
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