Commercial of the 11th and 12th.
The following items, taken from the papers above-named, will be found interesting:
Official descent upon the Residences of Secessionists.
The Deputy U. S. Marshal of this city and a posse of assistants, made a descent, night-before last, at Covington, upon the residence of ex-Hon. John W. Stevenson, Chas. A. Withers, late Superintendent of the Kentucky Central Railroad, Mr. Moss, his son-in-law, J. Pence, and Samuel Howard, father-in-law of Major Samuel K. Hays, now in the rebel army, for the purpose of searching them acccording to certain information received that the parties were engaged in treasonable correspondence with the rebels of the South.
The only documents found, however, were some relating to the K. G. C., and these were found in the house of Mr. Howard.
The parties themselves are well known Secessionists, and it is with but illy concealed spleen that they had to hold their peace in this community, which now stands almost a uni