Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: may 31, 1861., [Electronic resource].
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Preparations to Overawe Kentucky. The Frankfort Yeoman warns the people of Kentucky that secret machinations are at work to bring about a subjection as complete as that of Maryland. That paper says: It has information from a source of the highest respectability that Garrett Davis has procured a large quantity of arms for the exclusive use of his partisans. From thirty-two to forty boxes, containing 1200 stand of arms and ammunition, were known to have been brought across the river from Cincinnati to Covington, shipped on a special night train, and delivered in Paris before light on Saturday morning, and put under guard of a strong patrol awaiting to receive them; and before daylight, two wagons were loaded and sent off to Georgetown. Fourteen boxes were retained at Paris; the remainder, it is presumed, were dispatched to Lexington and Winchester. The arrival of guns and ammunition at Paris — muskets — was the signal of great rejoicing, manifested in the form of wast
Some alarm has been created in New York city by the appearance of rabid dogs. Wm. Barringer was shot and killed in an affray at Louisville, last week, by G. Wurt. R. W. Lyles has assumed the editorial control of the Danville Register. J. W. Pipes, of Wilkes county, N. C., was bitten by a large rattlesnake on the 4th inst.