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of war. The liberality is explained in the following paragraph from the News: A great parade, in the papers, is being made by some of our banks about the money advanced by them for war purposes, and large claims to patriotism and generosity appear to be founded upon such subscriptions. Such a bank has given so many thousands, and such a one so much, say the war papers. The fact is the banks are only investing in stocks of the State of New York. A dispatch from Frankfort, Ky., May 11, gives the following proceedings of the Kentucky Legislature: Mr. Machen, from the House Committee on Military Affairs, yesterday reported in the Kentucky Legislature a bill appropriating something near six millions of dollars for military purposes, and the organization of a standing army of 10,000 men, with proper portions of artillery and cavalry, and a reserve force of 50,000 Mr. Under wood offered a resolution that the bill be recommitted, with instructions to limit the appropriati
estimated at not less than twenty-one hundred. While Col. Brown's Regiment was marching past the State Minute Men's headquarters, at Fifth and Pine streets, an effort was made by the crowd there to get up an attack on the column. Certain persons proposed to stone the Guards, but the proposal did not elicit a very cordial approbation, and was not complied with. With regard to the first collision, an account of which we published on Monday, a telegraphic dispatch dated St. Louis, May 11, says: There are many and very conflicting rumors relative to the cause of firing on the crowd at Camp Jackson last evening by the Federal troops. Some say that rocks, brickbats and other missiles were hurled at the volunteers, smashing their muskets, and breaking the limbs and otherwise wounding the soldiers. Others assert the contrary. One respectable citizen, who claims to have been an eye-witness and stood a few feet behind the troops that fired, states positively that no ro