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ing Gov. Magoffin to issue his proclamation warning the people against assisting it, and requiring those already engaged in carrying it on to disband and desist from their purposes. A bill authorizing a majority of the stockholders of the People's Bank to remove the bank from Bowling Green to Louisville, passed. A bill allowing the Bank of Ashland to issue notes of a less denomination than five dollars, passed. We take the following proceedings of the Kentucky Legislature of the 3d inst., from the Cincinnati Commercial, of the 5th of December. Mr. Allen offered a series of resolutions, from which we extract the following: Resolved, That all the citizens of Kentucky who are in arms against the National Government, are guilty of treason according to the tenets of every political party that ever existed in this nation. Resolved, That slaves are property, and as such, according to the uniform rule and practice of civilized warfare, are subject to capture and
The conspiracy in Arkansas. --The Little Rock Journal, of the 3d instant, says: Col. Jerome B. Lewis, who has for some time had in charge those engaged in the conspiracy in the northern counties of this State, arrived in town day before yesterday, and reports that, in addition to the twenty-seven prisoners confined in the prison here, he holds one hundred and twenty under guard--seventy-three in Searcey county and forty-seven in Izzard. He left officers making arrests, and supposes there are between six and eight hundred belonging to the organization engaged in the conspiracy.
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Federal launch on the Attakapas Coast — capture of the Confederate Schr. Purdy. (search)
Ranaway. --$10 Reward.--Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 3d inst., my slave woman Parthena. Had on a dark brown and white calico dress. She is of a ginger-bread color; medium size; the right fore-finger shortened and crooked, from a whit I think she is harbored somewhere in or near Duvall's addition. For her delivery to me I will pay $10. Left my premises, about three months since, my negro slave Hanover, who is lame of both feet. He is a first-rate cook; worse well in a garden, and is fond of drink. He was heard to say he was going to work for the soldiers, who may have employed him, under the belief he was free, and may now be in some camp, as be has not been heard from for several weeks. I will give $5 for his delivery to me, if taken in this city, or, if more than ten miles away, I will pay $20. de 6--ts G. W. H. Tyler.