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ght out Secessionists. It was also proposed to raise by private subscription $50,000 for the same purpose, and a committee of four in each Magisterial District, to consist of the Justices, was appointed to circulate subscription papers for this object. Several persons present subscribed $200, $100 and $50. A resolution was also adopted requesting Judge Field not to hold the spring session of the Circuit Court. One of our citizens, C. D. Everen, formerly of Pennsylvania, gives $500 to arm and equip the volunteers of this place, $500 to the State, and authorizes the Governor to draw on him one hundred times for the same amount, if necessary. The ladies in town are busily at work making uniforms and other necessary clothing, &c., for the volunteer companies. In one neighborhood in this county every man but four, for a distance of several miles, has joined a volunteer company. Can Abe Lincoln or any of his minions ever conquer and subdue such a people? Monticello.
From Washington. Alexandria, May 9. --No news of importance here or in Washington to-day. A policeman shot a soldier in Washington yesterday, whom he was trying to arrest.--The soldiers threatened to demolish the guard-house. An investigation was pending. A member of the Seventh Regiment was accidentally shot there to-day. The bridges on the Northern Central Railroad will be finished to-day. The Court-House in Frederick, Md. was burned yesterday. The 20th New York Regiment is at Annapolis. The 4th Pennsylvania Regiment, 800 strong, have arrived at Washington. Also, the 3d Battalion of Massachusetts volunteers. The Maryland Legislature will probably adjourn on Friday to July 10. The house next to Willard's Hotel was burned last night, with the stock of E. Owen &Son, military and naval tailors, with $15,000. Maj. Anderson has been appointed to drill two regiments of Kentucky Volunteers for Lincoln's army, and has been made Colonel.