Newspaper Page Text
I-.I!y, Trl-Vitetly and weeiiy,
! 14 -i aerUr-et.
SkAlk, one ror , , L i
" i; moc h - fse
t.irtn.tnth .... , . , it7
For torn tp,tlxl onU er mooib.
tiwimrwi i car, by utrrwr, . pM vtok.
7IR3J8 Of TEI-WIX<i
All lO". l.i
ror h-a ti dms j o. at. ear a-MUt-
-i-. oo.tee, in eiu..
lea -'e ... (ud ura tx-.r to iwur oa of
reared ta JKt er wHn ?m, nti
(HH Or WHBKLf
utu al tM ua aeweroA, lair..
To. Hum aa o inapt will nam
A T.fc ar T, ao-p-of weakly.
V-ib a Tw-ctr, a oc-e? of Trt-We,Ai-.
1 N S I J R A ! ( K A ( T K N I
JOHN Q . JBNM1NQ8,
- Atwater Building,
FOOT OF BPPEEIOK STREET.
It.srai.ato th. following
fid Bid KelUlle Kattera Companies :
CHAETEB OAK FIB.E INSURANCE CO,
HKBCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY,
CITT FIRE IN3URANCE COMPANY,
New Haven, Conn.
HAMPDEN INSURANCE COMPANY,
- Bpringfield, Mass.
1IA8SABOIT INSURANCE COMPANY,
. Springfield, Mass.
CHAETER OAK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Palieiei ttenerl at leiMet sarins ratal and lM
yre ,eily admted ntv22
DR. B. ANDERS ft, CO.'S
! IODINE WATER.
India Water aoti neon th. Heart, Liver Kidneys,
h (native Orsana and Glandular Bittern.
Tbe snenai which baa eteoded tL. nee of tfciB
Mmadr la print practice, and th. en dor .m.nt it
anadical authority, anable vi to recommend It t tbe
avacttciooeread the nubile leetles ounSdtmt that
witk a lair trial II will attait in own azc.ll.no. is
the cor, of Uhronlc dliraia. which lndl.au Iodine,
. sack aa Scrornla. Broncbltla, Skin arnpUona, rleart
lia&raa4 Kidney PI, raw, ttervons Afleiiona, Ntn
vaC, Kkuuatina, Oripearia, CablUlr, Bysnillla.
Physicians way nly nson tbe uniform atrenatn of
ladlna Water cs contalnlss three srarur STaiaa
Bar asonun.jnilT-foi.JwJ innuallti; naith k
tk. Iodine rd'- nor ninralial br combiratlon
with any Insredlant. reudorins thii aolation ansa
sior to any otb r method of axblbltlDS Iodlna.
mil dlracttona aooamnany ach bottle, that It may
hi aeed aa a hunlly medicine aa well aa by th. io
fwsioa. rnoe on dollar par tottla. tin ioelt oi nr.
otolUra, alz botttoa deiiTand Ira. br cxyiwa to any
Bawaraof rpahtarlslta and Imttatlona which nn
BTidclsUled dealerl .ndesTor to dlaaow of on onr
S.aata'Joa 'ilem out alcnatnr. and trad, mark (th.
drank wotdbaadl.s thia advertl em.nt), njn th.
tahoii and nnir f aaok bottle wtth-at which
smb. is snsnlna.
Otrealan cratls. r. H. AKDEBS CO..
FhFriciane and Cbemieta,
, Da. 428 Broadway, M.w tork.
w.r eaair .
ilannahad over twenty year.- .rr-rl-no. In the
iimentot chronic uieeaMoi efery charactor. a-1
ffiON k NA1J8 WABKHOU8E-
N.i al. al. aa and .7 xvirw-oi
W. F. Oarey & (3o
Whole -ale asaner r th. al, at Mar,nfetnrerV
Trie. ot cietoraun echoenUirnr'i Jnri.tta
Jt.U.'jSnt.t;ht.t !roo, ....ta Bo kr Plaf, Ju
il.t, b.merel Hora. ?-bce., c ,etc.
aT Bar iron. qrmc.u'P.f.gto. .
rpHE LAUGE3T AS-iOHTMENT
la tb. city, at
I f i.. .war awtiwtw. mt
mjyJS l7 NnT-wriQy-t
APPOINTMENTS FOB THK
TEAK OF 14. Da. CLARK. ftTOM B
fcruitxl Botanical Ph-iHclanand Suren, will oon
ntt nattanl. lor all cbronic diwrnt of vtfirr charart
r raaaoroHAMC.attbalollowlns tiiuna and pla-
Mdarwf tbe ptmmi i
f remunt Uouaa.
sirn i 1 f Irt
: I I i
BO BW A Lh. U
America. odm.. 13
s a l a r a
7 1 X T I
, 8 s 4 a
J a I
a T n i ii
S 12 It) 14 12
is i w
a ii n s s
it ta I il u u i w h " "
.11 11 IS 14 u ia 14 11 u u "
ELLINGTON U U 11 16 1 IT IS U la 1 H
W.YKlT U U M 14 IS It IS 17 16 It 17
tk.Thn-t.nri l.ntitr. wl Btv. at.rlCl
Co-ction to all wtio mar ajial j lor Must. Ba.tua had
r.nooa-rfai aractioe in tut abova nwtl aUco. lor
rear, with uniilled ..jcotol wttKb art-
to actorr rrtrraioeoan be given atanr ot tha abow
nwoiclnra prescribed, and not oeeratins : aatfa,
tactory, the money shall be retnoded lor all.uch med
totue. retnrned. Prlca ol Medicine for oaa nocta-
. lb Doctor can be conentted tbebuit two weea
ol evary month at hiamtdeuce. No. ai Piitabor.k
tre-t Jlerelan-. O. ron union "-"J-!-
At Their Old Tricks.
the erosBing of the Rapidan
Oeaeral Grant one of the ehief labors of
-.-,-,rKaal Pree has been to throw
M' J maen disoonragement as possible before
' i J - j-A- Ia advanna
Ul peopiB, a-
thsir awn. wretched purposes. The 001-
ff, . i amai of the Enquirer, the Chicago Times
and the Kew York News have teemed with
lamentations and exaggerations.
i-'- tZ General Grant is represented as a iau-
are, one-third af onr army is destroyed
and the remainder are ready to fall behind
the Kapidan. The number of prisoners
immense.' he army of Lee Ij stronger
thaa aver and so oa through the whole
- 1 t . A ntmnn
vv" fjp category. Annan r-- - .-.-
l anlated by the Copperhead Press, are
ta tha efforta made when MoClellan was
. . .
oataaad. Then the enemy naa ancn o.n--whelmlng
numbers that MoClellaa
aot advance. -
Now, while it if the duty of journalisU
Xt all txjperated and over-
! ... -V, ... :
CLEVELAND. MONDAY MORNING. MAY 23. 1864.
estimates of ear condition and prospects,
it is criminal to discourage th people by
mere rumors end report. let us, there
fore, make plain etatement of the faois,
which oaa be retarded aa entirely reliable.
The losses of Oeaeral Meade's army up
to last Buaday, and bat little fighting has
I been done since, amounted to about 16,000,
omitting eat of the calculation the number
who straggled to th 1 rear, many of them
to Washington, under pretence of being
hurt. These stragglers hare been sent
back and arrangements are being made to
Went "sggUng hereafter.
-utouier raot is tnat uenerai urant baa
received reinforcements which more than
replace hid losses. - His army is in much
better condition, bath as to numbers and
spirit, than ever befor . He nnderstands
them, and they understand that the Com
minding General does not intend to mote
northward but southward. The men bays
never felt this before. An indecisive en
gagement has always been the signal for
retreat. When Grant's orders that he in
tended to move Eouthward were read be
fore the regiments of his army, the an
nouncement was received with cheers
Again, thot'gh the wouaded have been
many, yet the best care has been given
them and they are now enjoying all the
blessings th Sanitary and Christian
Commissions can bestow, in addition to
the aid afforded by the Government.
Instead of discouragement we have the
best reasons to feel cheered with the suc
cess ot oar arms thus far. The rebel army
is smaller thsn erer. General Grant has
out maneuvered Lee andwon the confidence
of his troops. His subordinate Generals
evoperate cordially and earnestly and are
s. lnger governed by those selfish mo
tives which have paralysed the efficiency
of the Army of the Potomao so frequently
heretofore. No doubt there will be bitter
fighting, bat we believe that General
Grant will yet prove the conqueror of Lee.
We have reason to be thankful for the
success thus far granted and cannot but
believe that in the end we shall see the
defeat and destruction of Lee, which is
equivalent to tae breaking down of the rebellion.
At Their Old Tricks. Brigadier--General Buckland.
We are pleased to lay before our read
ers the subjoined letter published in the
Fremont Journal, from General Buckland
It contains tbe only denial yet made of
the charge against General Buckland. He
eya: " ordered the ehi'dnntobe taken
back, not at timet, hut at an act rf humanity
and duty Uwardt the children " The letter,
whiih the LiADim did not publish, did
not contain this important denial. Ac
cepting tbe statement of General Back
land as correct, we have no doubt bat
So long", however, as the sUtement of "A.
D. 0." that General Buckland had ordered
three children to be remanded lack to
slavery, remained nnoontradioted, there
was no necessity for publishing long let
ters having no bearing upon the charge in
questi n. We are always ready to do
istice to any one wno may nevn we.
wronged by anything that appears in our
olomns, but we must be permitted to de
oide whether explanatory letters bear
upon the point at issue :
HsaDaoAaTins DisTEioror Mtnrms,
Tiss , MnarBis, Ma 8th, '64.
n r. Jnar. Eao. Jftf Old Friend:
'lir. Rim told me you expressed a desire
h..t I should write to you, which I intend-
.,i i have done before now, but I have
hen extremely busy. I understand that
mv name has been talked about some as a
- . . . ,L. : I. I Nnfnl
eandUate Deiore mo ura8.c.i.i
. i Convention, and, as a eonsequenoe,
accused to my nomination have
nted aea.uBtme aoommaniction publish -
6 . , T . I 1 It . Ti
mA i- I eveiana iieaaer, eiiiura a., u
(I " accusing me of surrendering
three eolored children.
communication was malicious and eon-
wanv falsehoods. My attention
.. to it some time ago, tnt I did
not suppose that my reputanon at home
co:W suffer from the st ements of an an
m neasDaper correspondent. My
aentimentB upon the Burgect of slavery have
l ... .inremed for many years ana
. ......nnaniehure. except in m-
tensity against the insututton. There has
been no ume during the last twenty years
hat any earthly power cod'd oompel or
induoe me to aid in forcing a fugitive
slave back into slavery. I have never
done suoh a thing and never will. 8ince
I be been in oommand of the vtstnot oi
Memphis, I have not in any way, officially
or otherwise, recognised the relation of
master and slave, the only restraint up
on the eolored people here is exereiaed by
the Government of the United States. No
a han been oo in celled to remain with
bis or her tormer master to my knowledge.
Too eolored children referred to bad been
ordered by General Horlbutto be left wub
Dr Wheaton, as an act of humanity to
wards the objldren. In the absence of
Uenerai Hurlbnt they were foreibly taken
... in violation of General Harlbut s
order, and against the wishes and best ia
.reat of the children themselves. They
were not ne a or irenu ' -
beiog eduoaud and kindly treatea in eve-
I rv resoeot. There was a mutual attaca-
I meat between the children and Or. wneat-s-terai
I An adopted daughter of Dr.
Wheaton having no children, took great
ia good opinion of my friends at home,
--, ...rinaa duiv or principle to
r,.inain teachinc the ohildren 10
anrl inraiizionsexeraises. The lat
er nad enlisted as a soldier and the mother
was in the eontribution camp, the worst
plase in the wide world ior cnu-
Knowing these facia, I ordered the ohildren
to betaken back to Dr. Wneaion's, not
slaves, for slavery does not exist her?, but
a an aot of humanity and amy towaruo
the ehildien. I would have done the snme
thing if the ohildren has been white. The
quesiion of slavery had nothing to 10 with
it. lr. Wheaton pledged himself, and of
ferei lo give bauds to produce the ohildren
-h.ne.er the aathorities should call
them. His residence is wiihin my picket
lines and within range ot tne guns 01
Pickering. One of ihe children is a child
of a white man, and not of the husband
the mother. These children are very in
teliigent, and are contented and happy
Dr Wheaton e. It wonld have been
-lat nntra-9 upon these children to have
Allowed them to be forced int. that contra
band eamp. I never did a more righteous
. t ,- 1 i fa and if thiht is n obiccuon
to my going to Congress, when uhderstood,
. hen 1 have no desire U go. I entered
service with the deierminatloa to ao
ai. nti.- all cireumstanoes, and shall
...ii... u. aiit nnnn thatprinoiple as
1 .;-. : fa. aervioe. I desire
good opinion of my friends at home, but
-- aatrinaa duty or principle to obtain
H. My friends must do as they
under the circumstances, about presenting
name to tbe convention.
" Yours, truly,
R. P. BUCKLAND.
THE LATEST NEWS.
FROM THE GRAND ARMY.
Heavy Fighting Expected Im
Oar Progress slow but Sure.
ITEMS FltM REBEL PAPERS.
They Acknowledge a Loss of
From General Eat ks' Command.
LATER FOEEIQN NEWS.
The Fight on Thursday Last.
EwelPs Corps gain oar Right
Flank and Rear.
They attack Tyler's DlTlslon of
And are Handsomely Repulsed
by a Division of raw Troops.
Guinea Station, a Depot of Rebel
They are bringing Supplies a
Distance of Twr nty miles
Across the Country.
Oar old flank Movement to the
Lee in nia position
He is Believed to be Taking up a
new position i aether boatheast
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.]
First Dispatch. WASHINGTON, May 21---6 P. M.
The 8enate has coni rmed the following :
Colonel Samuel S. Carroll, 8Ji Ohio and
Captain of the 10th United States In-
intry, Brigadier General, recommended
for gallant and distinguished services in
the eight days battles in the Old Wilder
ness and at epottsylvania Uourl Houee.
He is severely, and it is feared mortally,
Win. H. Waterman, of Wisconsin, Sn-
ington Territory, vice John G. McQuinn,
The eool asenmption involved in elaim
z a seat in the United States Senate
from the State of Arkansas was to day dis
played, Senator Jim Lane, of Kansas, be
ing the fitting spokesman for the claimant.
FROM THE GRAND ARMY.
There has been no fighting since the de
feat of the rebel attempts on Thursday to
out our communication with Fredericks-
WASHINGTON, May. 22—9 P. M.
. -k-i T ;.nian,.i i Hearted and
came into our ub n
one of our correspondents at the ironv mat
B well attributes his failure to turn our
riht on Thursday night to the oonduet of
a Colonel, who moved his regiment too far
into our lines, thus disolosing the move
ment too soon.
He says that Lee's army numbered 90,000
before ihe battles of the Wilderness, and
ha lost from 26,000 to 30,000 in killed,
wounded and missing. Lee has been rein
forced by three brigades since the ocoupa
tion cf Spottsylvania.
GENERAL ORDER OF LEE
Last Monday, Lee Issued a general order
which was read along the lines, stating
that Breokenridge had deteated Bigel,
captured many prisoners and his entire
that the rebels have captnrtd si thousand
nriaoners. besides the wounded; elaims
that Lee has plenty provisions, and that
there had bee po scarcity.
. . . it-
tr-.u in Shenandoan ya. ey ...
WASHINGTON, 22—6 P. M.
The Railroad from Acquia Cieek
Fredericksburg Is expeoted to be in run-
ning order next Tuesday.
T.aronoTia weie expected atFredericka-
burg yes erday to remove the dangerously
a .I. .- wh!neton.
wounucu vj - r-o --- .
Colonel E C. Mason, of the 7ih Maine,
formerly of Bpringfield, Ohio, who was
severely wounded in the Utiles, Is in this
Sunday Night's Report.
Associated Press Dispatches.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, May 22.
The supply steamer Newbern from
blockading squadron has a number
blockade running prisoners on board.
The rebel iron-clad North Carolina
whiohTeeently oame a short distanoe over
the Wilmington bar, leaked so badly
she was compelled to iun aBbore, when
.; 1. rl aha hrnla in twain anionic
shipping. Her eoneort, the Raleigh,
A Fort Monroe dispatch of the 20th
the Herald states that squada of rebel pris
oners continue to arrive, ana in a aiiapi
aled eondition who express nopes mat
campaign Da conciuaea nouu 10
Bheridan's foroe has leu noxtei a ud--ing
and will soon be heard from.
The Herald B eorresponaence, aatou
- . t : O . .....
epotisyivB.-,--,"y"-, . 4
Oar troops were mo.mg -v.
IZ are" b, andTeIy
the wnole army is in .uu. -raji.-tj
.hare the next halting place will be,
alone can tell. The general expectien
that we shall have heavy lighting immedi
"Another correspondent says of the
ea Thursday night, ta whioh the
tti .- i-
heavy artillery acted so handsomely, that
onr loss was bat half tbe number origin,
A rebel deserter says their loss was don.
ble ours, and represents the. enemy as
greatly chagrined at their failure to turn
The Minth Corps now occupies a posi
tion in advance of two lines of works
held by the rebels a few day arcee, so that
our progress, if slow, is at least sure and
Was Dipatiiiht, WasniaaTov,
May 22 IOf.m.
To General Viz: -if
On Friday evening General Grant com
menced a movement for the purpose of
compelling Jee to abandon his position at
epottsylvania, the details or whioa for
obvious reaeons should not be made pub
no; it Has thus far progressed successful
ly. Lonsstrf el s corps started south at 1
Friday night. Aa hour and s half after
nancock moved, kwelt s eorps followed
Longstreet last nizht. The indications
are that the rebel army is falling back be
yond tbe Morth Anna. Hokes brigade baa
The movement of General Grant have
thus far been accomplished without any
aevere engagement Wo now ceeupv
Uueneas tttauon, Mulford Station and
south of the Mattaponey on that line.
A dispatch received this moraine from
General Can by, dated May 14tb, at the
mouth of the Bed Btver, says : We have
rumors to-day from rebel sources that tbe
guuboats, excepting two, succeeded in
getting oter the Falls at Alexandria, men
tioned in General Banks' disp itch.
no dispatches have been reoeived from
liispatches from Kingston. Ga state
Sherman's forces are resting and replen
E. M. STANTON.
WASHINGTON, May 22.
Sixty hostages were arrested in Freder-
cksburgh and arrived in this oily this
morning and were committed to the Old
The following dispatch has been received
by the Navy Department :
Ihe Secretary of the Navy has lust re
ceived a letter fron Ccmmodoe Breexe,
dated at the mouth of the Black Biver.
May 15th, as follows : This morning a
bearer of dispatohes from Banks wag re
received at Fort DeRusey, who Bays that
hen he left one gunboat was ooming over
the falls and that it was currently believed
hat they all wonld get over. lie
knew nothing more. I have information
from a reliable source that the dam was
completed, and we may soon expect to hear
that all the iron clads are over.
The Xavy Department has also received
a dispatch from the United States bark
Et an Allen, blockading off Merwell s In-
et, eontb. Carolina, reporting tbe destruo-
ion of a valuaDle salt-work, information
being given tbem by contrabands of the
location of the works, which were at a
la:e oalled Cave Pitch, twelve miles from
the Inlet. Upon reaching the
works an armed cew was eent out
succeeded in de?troyng them and burn-
ng the building, jit 'naive arTsnge-
m.nta harl been mfrl.t fnr AvranHlna1 thm
cttion has also been rocervea iroin me
lAnee. which days that an expedition
was sent np the L Johns niver, rior.aa, i
under command of General Birney, and
had been very successful. They did not
however meet the enemy supposed to have
crossed at Fort" Watts to the east side of
the St, Johns. One thoneand head of cat
tle, sjme horses and other valuable prop
erty were captured.
The expedition had not returned to
Jacksonville at last advices, but was ex
nrv Department to tne i r
lust week, amonnted to 56,000,000 dollars. I
Vh intal subscriptions to date are 640,- 1
000,000 dollars. . I
Rinhmond oanere of the 19th inst. claim
. it itcrv oer Si.el a' new HaTket, I
.j !. wnnlH have captured I
- - . u not peen
0airy. According to their ao-
cpautB Bigoi rftn 20 miles without Btop-
-in, sbandoning his hospitals, burning
trains, etc n. .
The papers state tneir ioaa a. iu,v-v m
pected eoon to do bo Dy way oi oa. Auguair i
Ine. . ,
800 more wounded arrived nere tms
Tne BUDScrtpuono rtpn m -oo
. tk. lAinw, in. th. I
7 urpinmeDi. w tv v-
the battles with the Army of the Potomac,
but claim a victory every lime, iney ac
knowledge the loosing of 20 guns, but are
Bilentas to the number of prisoners.
Trains were running to Oueroas Station
during last woek.
nat.r. aieaoe ns lesuea an uru.r w.iu-
plimetilary to General Tyler's division and
Kitchen's brigade for their gal-
. . .... 5 n-u.-.J
There was no ngnung einoo mun.;
CAIRO, May 22.
Arlmiral Porter's flK-H-lp has arrived
vi a m anl rennrta the entire fleet
-7 'imm Mng cached
a eufficieiit hight on the 13th to enable
them to move.
An extensive couflagratio recently oc
curred in Natches, consuming several
blocks of the mo t prominent nuuum-.
It was supposed o have leen tne worn 01
Tha steamer Mollie Able from New Or
leans of the 17th, arrived this evening
with the 17th and 28th Illinois infantry
on board, enroute lor Bprmgneia. i.
8tb have re-enllsted and the 17th are to be
mustered out Our forces evacuates
1 , niifl
andri lst week and moved towards Balis-
norl. Offioers of the steamer Laurel Hill,
.... . , ri..d fr0, Now Orleans,
wh'o- i,-.r,i ,--
siat 'that they distinctly heard fceavy
S,nnonading from the omcuon -r oruc.
The fleet was much damaged In passing
out br guerrillas who lined the banks be
tween Alexandria and Fort De Bousey.
A portion of Alexandria wa burning
when the Lannell left. This steamer bad
2C0 siok an board, and displayed a white
hospital flag ; they were fired into 16 miles
k-i Al.T.nrlria. but no injury resulted
from it. General MoClernand who was
.-,;-,,al til. was on board. Capt. Mott,
149th Ohio, and many other officers
rank, were killed, and the greater part
our troops slaughtered, of whibh there
were 500 on board. '
The steamer City Belle wag captured
and burned by the rebels, 80 miles below
Alexandria in the early part of this month.
Fourteen delegates to represent Louis
iana in the Baltimore Convention were
eleotedby the State convention of the
The Delta says the action of the conven
tion was harmonious.
NEW YORK, May 22.
The Bteamer America, from Souihamp
ntk a-iarl this morninsT.
. inference had aareed tea iMpea-
- -- - -- -
-d.tion that .blockade
r- 7, , .u.-m,!.
time Parliament adjourned on the 13th
Tha fnUnwinr. items were notoovered
the advices by the Peruviaa :
la the House of Lords Earl Russell
The Bank of Franoe raised Its rate
interest to eight per cent
In the recent naval engagement
Anstrians were badly beaten. One
was ia flames.
The Danes anchored behind Sand Island,
Fifteen Swedish and Norwegian war
vessels assembled on the 15th off Otten-
berg, under;Prinoe Oscar.
Garibaldi arrived at Carria on the 9th.
The Danish naval suocess and suspen
sion of hostilities, was reoeived in London
Consols advanced to 91Ja91.
.-The Anstrians pillaged Hessia Bunders
and other places in Jutland.
Saturday Evening's Report.
WASHINTON, May 21.
A dispatch from the headquarter- of the
Army of the Potamae, dated to-day, has the
following:' . T
Nothing of importance ooonrred yester
day. (The wounded f:om the fight of
Thursday afternoon were sent to Fred-
snokebur. daring the 'day.' The loss was
mnoh heavier than at first supposed, about
1,100, over 100 of whom were rent to
A lirie number of wound, d rebels were
Drought Into onr hospitals and eared for,
some of whom afterwards died. .
Ths rebel loss is estimated at 1.250 in
killed and wounded, besides about 450
prisoners, who were sent to Washington
Sixty citizens of Fredericksburg have
been arrested, and will be sent to Wash
ington to-day, to be held as hostages for
the company "Of our wounded men taken
by them and conveyed to Biohmond.
Kebel prisoners continue to be ronght
in. About twenty-five were oaptured last
evening. They gave glowing aoconnfs of
the rebel oommiesarale, and says that
General Lee feels eonfldent of final vic
tory. The Senate in executive session to-day
confirmed the nomination of Colonel Saml.
S. Carroll, of tbe 8th Virginia and Captain
of the 10th United 8tates Infantry, lo be
Brigadier-General for gallant and distin
guished servioes in the eight days battles
in the Wilderness and at 8pottsylvania
Court House. Be is severely, and perhaps
James Gaylor, of New York, has been
appoiued speoial agent at large of the
Post Office Department, in place of James
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, May 21.
A special to the Post, dated Washington
the 21st, says :
Private advices from the Army of the
Potomac ooi! firm previous statements that
Lee's army is smaller than was estimated,
having been greatly reduoed by the recent
The appointment of General Hunter to
the conmand of the Department of West
Virginia gives mnah satisfaction here.
It is now expected that the new tariff
bill will be reported to the House by the
Ways and Means Committee on Monday.
A proposilion for the final adjournment
of Congress will soon be made, fixing the
day on the 25th of Jnne.
The telegraph operators of the Inde
pendent line sent to Fort Lafayette
on Wednesday night, were thia morning
taken from the Fort to General Dix's
thn knew nothinc ef the forged proc
lamation, and they were immediately set
Tha soldiers still remain at the In
dependent telegraph office and it will be
hal.l nntil further orders.
Another Brooklyn reporter, named F.
A. Mathien, has been arrested in connec
tion with the authorship of the bogus pro
clamation. He was employed as a Wil
liamsburg reporter for various papers
Ha is charted Wltn wi-iunar in mnuuum
lha nawaoener omoes in-mis ouy. i
jh9 jqqo tona 0f gU coal, contributed to
1V. r-u-v nommittee by Geo. Elliott, of
Indon, the freight upon whioh was paid I
h. t. M-iHenrv. of the same place, ar-
;-.j ili. ..r.nnnn.
. ,. Kainv marln to sell
-"TSnhhe auction on Tuesday.
Tha -JLi Brivateer Florida Bailed from
Be-mrl(i4 prior to the 15th inst to oruise,
. pr0bably would keep in the track of
I Amerioan vessels between new rorx ana
toff p0pies 0f the proelamation wnicn now-
aid had drawn.
j( 5s anege(i that he reoeived a drari 01
tl.- m.tinn rrom nov.ru wiin a. r- i
-ae8t to see mat eopiea wem mum
i c. i-.i. -it I
tne newspaper oiuora iir .uid ut.. ,
The 1O0O tons ot gas eoai, eonmouw- w
a.naral Dix's disoatohei from General
&h.-man aista that our forces found in
Rnma a considerable Quantity of provis
ions, and seven fine iron works and ma-
We have secured two good bridges and
an excellent ford across the jstawan.
Th iun are now arrivinc with stores,
fcnd tw0 d-yg voali be given to replenish
mnii fit nn
A dispatch just reoeived from Gi-n-ral
Banks, dated at Alexandria, the 8 h of
May, states that the dam will be completed
to-morrow (May 9th), and the gunboats
relieved, tie would men move jmuicui-
tnr IK MiaaiaaiDoi.
o.-.r.l Canhv was at the month of Bed
Rivar. eolleoiinc forces to assist General
11. -as if Tteneasarv.
Dispatches from General Butler, dated
10 o'clock last night, report that he had
been fighting ail day. Ihe enemy are ai-
-mntintr in nloan in our lines.
Wa have captured the rebel General
Walker of the Texas troops.
CIRCULAR FROM GEN. SHERMAN.
HAnQOAn-tns Milhabt Division,
KisesTos, May 20.
Tn.aa.mni-h as the impressioB is afloat
. - ,
ik.t ik. Cnmmanainv uenerai nas
and from tne army,
assuring to all of-
I tnat ann vu-"u"
hibiled the mailg ,0 ,
r method of
v --., h en.
ncern u-" -- '
d b- all inflaenoe and anthor-
n the m(M)t nnre8erved cor-
" -. :. .;. r.miliaa and
.n- with their lamuies ana
friends wherever they may be. The Army,
Corps and Division eommanders ehould
perfect the arrangements to receive
transmit mail-, and all Chaplains, Staff
effi-ers and Captains of oompanies, ahoald
assist the soldiere in communicating w
their families. What the Commanding
General does discourage, is the mainte
nacca of that clase of men who will
lake a musket and fight but who follow
ia nink nrvi for sale ai d specu
lating on a species of information whioh
Ann rbmhi to' tha arm v and to our cause,
and who do more te bolster up idle
worthless offioers ihan to noiice the hard
--.kirn, and meritorious, whose modfsty
is generally equal lo their courage and
scorn to seek the cheap flattering of
W. T. SHERMAN.
Major General Commanding,
TROY, N. Y. May 21.
This morning at about half-past
o'clock an explosion took piaoe at
Sohaghtiooke Powder Mills, anoui lira
by .. . ..- oomDletely demoliBh-
fng two building containing 6,000 pounds
Bta- ... h,ah wu .early ready to
foe the Government use. The loss has
FROM DETROIT. DETROIT, May 21.
' The propeller Nil" exploded this
ing while lying at the dock. Six persons
... kaai ta be killed, and others
posed to be. The boat ia a complete
WASHINGTON, May 21.
Mr. Lane, of Kansas, presented the cre
dentials of Mr. Fiehback, Senator eleot
from Arkansas in place of Sebastian.
Mr. Ccnness moved that the credentials
be referred to the Committee on Judiciary.
On motion of Mr. Lane the considera
tion of the motion ot Mr. Conneea was
postponed until Monday.
The Paoific. railroad bill was taken no
and debated at length.
DANBURY, CONN., May 21.
The depot of the Danbury & Norwick
Railroad, in this place, was entered laet
night by removing a panel of the door.
ihe safe was blown open and robbed of
about 56,000. .
Saturday Afternoon's Report.
NEW YORK, May 21.
The Times has the followmr specials.
dated headquarters Army of the Potomac,
May zu, o a. M :
My dispatch of 10 p. n. yesterday in
formed you of the attack made by the reb
els on the right wing of onr army last
evening, and ihe handsome manner in
wh oh the robe 1m were driven back. It was
made by tbe whole of E well's corps. T e
enemy left Spottsylvania Court House yes
terday at about if. M, made a detour by
the west, crossed the Ny, and about 6
o'clock struck tbe Fredericksburg road on
r rear and right nana, breaking out
within three-quarters of a mile ot the
headquarters of Meade and Grant. The
only troops we had on the ground at the
time were a eouple of regiments of Tyler's
division of heavy artillery, never before
under fire. Tyler soon brought up the re
mainder of his troops, and met th. rebel
attaok, driving the enemy b ok into the
woo .la, where the rebels had formed their
line of battle. Tyler felt rather apprehen
sive at the work before him, considering
the rawness of the troops When onoe
fairly under fire, however, they showed
the utmost bravery. Their loss was quite
heavy more severe than was at first re
ported by me, in my dispatch last night.
and will probably reach 1,000 killed and
The rebels gave way in eon fusion, scat
ter lug through the woods.
The honors of the repulse of the rebels
rests exclusively with Tyler's heavy artil
lery division, although Birney's division
of the Beoood Corps, and Crawford's divis
ion of the Fifth. Corps were afterwards
sent to their support, and formed in ine,
enabling Tyler to withdraw after driving
the enemy several miles and olearing the
miey or the ny.
The confusion of the rebels appears to
have been very great, the major portion of
Rhode's Division scattering m the woods,
350 of them being pioked up in the woods
during the night, and have just been
brcught into headqutrters The raw troops
of the Division feel immensely tickled at
their suocess, although their loss has been
heavily felt, their diminution of num
bers was fully made up in the increase of
HEADQUARTERS, May 19.
Communications are open as usual to
night, and supplies are still ponring in for
ns. Guinea Station was captured last
evening by Talbot's oavalry, and is now in
our possession. From this point the rebels
have been bringing supplies.
Bowling Green having been their rail
road station, it is believed the enemy
were bringing su-plies across irom me
railroad, a distance oi
k,ied and wounded, bit must be very
k.avv in nrooortion to the numbers en-
gaged. Their disabled lay quite tnick, and
an(i none t u this morning.
in soms parts m line, oquaas oi prison
ers continued to come in till midnight.
This morning at daylight 200 more passed
in front of my tent, from ouu to ovu nan
alrea y been brought in. There was no
fire of any ootisequence during the night,
The Herald has the following, dated Fri-
jftyi siy 20tb, at 7 a. : Uur loss in me
fiht last evenmff is estimate- t wiwmu
ouu sua ouu, ana cj-.otu -
- mt k-i 1- nnV-A-rn in
regiments. n rcurt two. . ... --
killed and wounciea, dm must o. m;
withdrew from their position under cover
of night. (Jtir old flank movement to the
lert is resumea agm i.uio iuuiui-b,
battle is expectel before to-morrow or the
Lee ia b.-lleved to be uneasy in nis on-
trenched position around Spottsylvania,
and may be taking up a new one further
southeast at the present moment.
The Times headquarters speoial nns me
The losses of the inn uorps sinoe mo
movement began are as follows: l-Uiea,
1,240; wounded, 11,60; musing, 1,1--.
Total, 13,930. Tnere are less missing in
this tha a in any otner corps.
Stragglers are estimated at aDoui i.iaaj
n the whole army.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, May 21.
1 Tna order euspenaing tno nnn
T"" o " mroo has been revoked,
. . -- taDers will
published as usual on aionoay.
The Herald's correspondent from But
ler's army, dated the 18th, says :
T I..11, an umns 01 ine enemy ira
a;.....i -...In. rlawn the pike towards
Petersburg W;th large trains, id.-
ter was eent out with a foroe to destroy,
. . , .... -. . rt-a
possible, the trains, duv -) "
met in Bucn strong loroo mo ju.v-- -
at'-aadoaed. - ' .
Trin nnmv ATA actively engaged repair-
ing the railrovd and have ooncentraUd
. -f (-m on mm to 25.000. with; whioh
Ihey not only hope lo keep openLee'? oom-
t;An hnt Ariiflh Bailer.
"""""' '"7 . t. w.jj
Thn order suspending tne norm
CINCINNATI, May 21.
Gen. Kilpatrick arrived here this mor-
uji.n -..a a on an
t m in cudi j -
ment for alleged conspiracy with the par-
ties arrestea nern -a-overthrow
The Commercial s West Virginia tr-
respondent i ji General (Jrook 8 eommana
ia Blowiy fallicg back, after accomplishing
most thoroughly Its ODjeois. ne na
a large amount of supplies,
damaged the East Tennessee railroad bey
ond repair for rally tnree o-wnma.
General Jenkins, wno wan wou--.-
captured, has sinoe died.
PHILADELPHIA, May 21.
Tk. .i.,a Maaaaehuaetis arrived
Charleston on ehe evening of the 17th,
reports no flghtini? at Chariestoa.
The only aii.es mauo w- uj -
tors on Fort 8omter,
The new irontides nave not oeea in
lately. . .
LOUISVILLE, May 21.
General Kilpatriok arrived here
morning frem the fronton route for N
York, and left at noon.
Travel between here and Nashville,
Railroad, haa been resumed.
CHATTANOOGA, TENN., May 16.
DiAJt Leades : Ton will find the list of
wounded in the Ohio regiments complete.
Three regiments seemed to have suffered
most, viz : 29 lb, 64th and 125th. .
The Governor has just telegraphed to
the Ohio State Military Agent, Colonel B.
Taylor, for a list of the killed and wound
ed in the bloody battles now raging. As
soon as we receive the list. 1 will furnish
yon one. More than half Ihe regiments
mised in Ohio are now in this army.
Th- following is a list of wounded from
Ohio in the skirmish before Dalton, Ga
during May 8th, 1864, and sent to hospi
tals at Chattanooga, Tennessee .-
Wm Btockdale, Sergeant eimpany A,
10th 0 C, and died May 8:h ; Wm K Slygh,
company , Oth ; Jackey rord,eompnyA,
40th: Geo N Cornelius, company C, 33d;
Henry Longsmitb, company I, l5th ; Wm
C Armstrong, company I, 51st; Isaac K
ttussell, eompany (J, 70th ; Abram enyder,
company C, llltb, O C; David Sellers,
company H, 124th : Cap'ain Henry Dam-
bash, oompany E 1st; Bobert S Cham her -
tin, company IS, 64th; (it tteorge Huff,
oompany K, 64th ; Francis Murpny, oom
pany F, 125ih; Gorg Arbaokle. com
pany A, 125th, transferred to the 10th ; 0
Fitch, company B 125th ; John Shell
house, company H, 64 h: Joseph Ballaek.
Sargeant company B, 2J; Geo W Adams
eompany F, b4th; Jacob Wiler, company
r, elth : ueerae Turner, eompany K.
124th ; L Hot socker, company E,
124th ; Wm Daniels, company E, 33 1 ;
P Gruater, eompany F, 118ib; Jacob
Kurets, empany E. 111th; Charles Gate,
company r, Sit; Wm Cisco, company F,
llltb; D B Reynolds, company C, llltb;
Wm A Mnll.r, company 11,69 b: Jumps
K Henderson, 1H sergeant company D,
64 tb; James L HM1, 1st sergeant eompany
i, 64'h: Euoch Bojd, oompany 0, l5 h:
John H Bettinger, oompany E 64th; Thos
Fay, company C, 125 b; Wm S liranhauxh.
oompany , 64'b; O-o Dvey, eergeant
eompany A, 64ib; Riila West, company I,
59tn; Charles Veru.io, company C, 124'h;
Thos Story, company 1, 59:h; .Martin Lot
tie, oompany D, 51st; Wm MoGaechy,
oompany E, 1251b; James D Goodrich,
company F, 124tb; John KemUe, eompany
b, zist; rrancis J-swiesa, company C, 1st;
George Chicker, company H, 97tb;
Edwin Huff, sergeant ooupany F,
49th; H F Heller, eompany F, 49th;
Albert Holden, company D, 125th , Giles
Irish, company E, 1-oth ; Wm, MoGanghy,
company 1, 121st; James B. Wild, company
tt, xdia ; cliiah Z.fall, company L 125th;
James B Perin, company H, 129th ; Jacob
waiters, company it, lst ; David B Long,
1st Sergt, company F, 124th; John Leedigb,
company E, 64th; James Winter, company
l, - in ; Ben) . rurgeson, company C.
93th; J no W Longsworth, Capt, company
u, b4th; Henry Newoumber, company I,
64 h , Jas K Almefetter, company B, 64tB;
Joseph McLain, eompany A, 76ih ; Sam'l
A -teat, Berg t, eompany A, ozd ; George
Store, company I, 49th ; Henry Monkish,
company B, 93d; Jnj W Steel, serg't, com
pany hi, -4ih ; Charlrs O Ames, company
H, 125th; Oliver Wilson, company F
riace, aerg i, cuuijm-j , -i-f, .
Beebe. company r, 4'Jin; james uainam,
company F, 21st; Jno W Marcy, eompany
K. 90th; J il Hinder, company r, nun,
W m r Gladden oompany ., u .m ; i-
Thompson, oompany D, 64 h; Elias Hines,
oompany A, 90th; Wm Fields, oompany B,
64lh; D Thompsjn, serg't, eompany G,
64th; Wm Shirk, company A, 74ih ; Fred
Siniih serg't, eompany E, 124 h ; James
Campbell, serg't, company I, 124 h ; Jno
WOUNDED IN THE FIELD HOSPITAL NEAR.
Jehn Shannon, company ,29ih; Hiram
Dalyreppe, company E, 29.h; Rufus F
eompany v, z-nn ; " uii-i
r - . , - -, .
Waterman, comoany I, -w.n, uenry a
n .n. k . i... ti ur.iht
ri -r-j - - -
CVU1JJI-'J lJ,a.Il A A - - -!
pany IB, 29th; A ielbut HulhlSdg-, com pa
nyl,29th; W m Fokea, c-mpany C, 29th;
Thad E Hort. oompany A, 29th; Jno El-
lia, company A, 29th; Wm H Cashing,
company E, 6Gth; Coas Stees, company
D, 29th; Jno Huff, company D, 29th; Ja
nh Gardner. comDany D, 29th; S Doag-
lase, company I, 38h; Frei A Bounds,
eompany K, 29th; Floyd Morris, company
H. 29ih: Jno Smith, company B, 29th;
Georgs Simniera, company I, lOlsi ; Adam
Walters, conpany B, -1st; Jno Crawford,
company E,90th; Edward Brown, eo..pa
m R 62d: J B Brown, company 11,621;
Jno Oicenberger, company E, 101st; 3 U
Lenk company F, 101st; J-hn Pearce,
company I- 62d ; Frank M MaHer, compa
ny K, 99h;Jonn uo:t ds, cuiijoj
A,k- Honrv Ra'ensberser. company C
101st; Jno F Fuller; oompany B, 101st
George Severn, company 1), 10 lot; 1)
Wjflsh, company 1, u
DIVISION NO. 8, GENERAL HOSPITAL, CHATTANOOGA
T.nna 8l John, eompany A, i25th Obio
Thomas Baboock, company 1, 125th ; Adam
B tbb. company F, 124h; 1) D Burth, oom
mn. A. 74th: J J White, company
29th; 8G Witham, company C, B4th; 0
n Altti.aiaan. eamDanv C bi : B a rtteei,
oompany D, 16ih ; HnrT fl'""i SVl.
ny U. 3a: Jonn n.irujr, oouii.au
I e u k'.n.n. nomoany I. 29th; C A Phelps,
C0B1paB, u, rain, vu-.-., o--.K--.
I A 4igt- J A Ca non, eomfany b, 25 h;
I ... . . ........ r 1 v r, r it . w
1 wm aicrenny, oooif-M 1
1 jaatnews, oomiia.j -, -
(eompany C, 7tth; J Hod.io, company
71,1, . joaeDh Hart, company Jf, u ;
a Hl comnj I, 125th ; B B Luoas, oom-
, - - 1- . - -.
company F, 64in ; J rem h in;hr
pany D, 74ih; J Andrews, company
64th ; Solamon Babb, company O, .64th;
T.omas B-b.ock, cot. pany I, 1st; Jacob
B:oom, company H, 64ta. AlLert Clonaen,
company A, 64.h ; Ja-uei B Clems, oornpa
ny E lot : L H Car.er, o.maj l&ib;
Jieeph ElwarJd, c mpany I, 129 ; Jq.u
pi-..i. lummiT B. 28th; Wru fiell
company B, 64th ; J-remian folly, c.mpa-
. S" (14. h: A be t -Miner, cemra-y
. ' .. . 1 l-ir. 1.
1.5th; James n.wu'y, oouitur -- -
Hiram Man, company B, &ih; Uayid
Marble, company U, '.'-1 ; auj'.w return,
oompany C, lij'ith ; Ueorge M .uk.r, cui
pny E, 125th; A J Thompscn, company
1$, 64th; J jhn Welsh, oomp-uy K, 121ih;
Henry Welling, company K, 125 a ;
Woodourn, cmpany F, loth; John
Young, eampa-y I, 126th; John H A-ikers,
comp y D, 21'"i Brown Deselme, co K,16th;
Klias Haynes, company G, 41st; Henry
B.ine. oompany H, 90th; James Wind-am,
eompany C, 29th; Allen Mason, eompany
C. 29th; John Burkhart, company D,
J J White, company D, 29th; Saul E
.mn.n. f!. 29tb: Barry Bnok, company
E29ih; Wm Hegdman,;eompany E,
Jimes Beed, oompany I, -9ib; Ucary
eompany I, 2tttb; Wm Ashworth,
company V, w -narit-a
pnyB,61al; Cbancey Eiteil, company
13th. Alhen Bliss, company Ft
....,--..-- . - - - -..,
Wm F Bruwn, company j, -jm, .-j.
Biohards, oompany E, 49th; Benj Artiog
stall, eompany C, 99th.
Making thirty-four in the several
Hospitals near Chattanooga. Making
wounded from Ohio troops before Ringold,
Tnnnell Hill, Dalton and Besaoca, up
tha 13th, one hundred and eighty-one.
A -naa from hi .'bed on the Slat
last rose of sammrr. Shocking 1
Foreign and Miscellaneous.
The Missouri co.-perheada hay
their Stat Convention for the lo.h . . .
at 8t Liuis.
The anneal emigration fr-m Baa Fran
eisco to the mines is' going on aa briskly
as ever this spring.
Over one hundred females are now em
ployed in Poughkeepsie, N. . pnttln
seats in eane-bottoni ehaue. ::,
A new daily paper, the American Flag,
appeared in San Francisco. It hoists the
name of Mr. Ltnooln for the Pre ideney.
The Pacifi. Mill in Lawrence, Mass. al
ready the largest in the country, is about
to extend its boundaries and employ more
Tae old Unitarian Church in San Fran
cisco (Bev. Starr King's first church ia
California) has been sold to a aecro con
The Danish monarchy is now mrlnl
to two islands of the sea. frouna nr. ai
months in the year. .
A first class car on a Snaniah nil., u
a large apartment hung with damask eur--
nuns, soras ior seats, and space enough to
move about in.
The number of printed sheets which .
annually suppressed in France is esti
ated at 18 2o0 000. of the value, aa .aaia
paper, of 36S,CC0.
Ihe Duke ot Salamanca, a Snaniah a-.
bleman who has invested lareelv in thia
country in the Allan tio and Great Western
Railroad, and is a man of great f-ree of '
character, recently said at a public aaeet
lngthat he everywhere, ia his travels, .
found statues and busts ot men of talent,
uu uvuv wi riuo men.
The St Louis Sanitary Fair ia in n
under favorable auspices. Over $200,000
eteh in hand is the treasurer's repot I be
fore the doors are opened. Amonv thm
contributions Is the stallion Prinr. f
Wales, presented by Samuel Hnlm.. nr
Qaidcy, I1L, and Albert Pearee, of New
York, on eindition that it shall h r'm
to the General in the United Slates ser
vice who ehculd receive the largest num
ber of votes at $1 a vote.
Governor Andrew pays a graceful trib
ute to the memory of General Stevenson.
of Massachusetts. He says :
"The soldier has died nont.nl ..
fallen ia the arms of Victory, ami. -I ik. '
grateful tears of a people whose liberties
he has helped to save by his valor, his de
votion and his blood." . .
The city of Portland, Maine, is look in r
up. A few years ago the boot and shoe
business of the place was very small ; now
"yvQJ 800 operatives, and amounts to
$150,000 annually. A toh.eoo factory ia
going up ; it will employ .00 persona. A
brick company has also been formed, with,
a capital of $100,COO. '
Speaker Colfax writes to tha erllinr
the new loyal paper in Louisville, the '
Press, that more than once en tbe stamp
in his distriot in Indiana he appealed to
his constituents "to leave their homes and
fight on the soil- of Kentucky to drivd -back
the invading armies, headed and -sparred
on by Kentucky's recreant sons." '
Extravagance is the rule and economy
the exeptien in California. "Ewily got, '
easily spent," say the miners. The Baa
Francisoo Bulletin says that " there are '
mon who were pour, and aot ashamed of
it, within five years, in Ban Franeisoa.
who now tell, without a bluah, that they '
sannot live on $10,000 a year."
The Botanic Gardens at Kew. Bnclan.
which are maintained at a ooet ef absnl
seventy -fi ve tbousrnd dollars a year, ara--
not oniy interesting, bat useful in various
nI-vi-TB-'W -P--fc-iSa-lf-..-.-la t
restoration of trees and shrubs in the is
land ef Ascension. A Botanio Garden la
the Central Park conducted on similar
principles wou d be a valuable addition.
Captain Gronew's work, whioa has net
with considerable notice in England, is an . ;
extraordinary collection of personal anee- -,
dotes, giving no very decent account of
the military and fashionable people ei
England a goneration since. It pats one
n mind, very frequently, or the nvsmoira -
On a large farm in Eogland, worked by
Samuel Jones, at a place called Christian
Grange, the commutation paid to tne la
borers en the estate, in lieu of beer, ia
four hundred and fifty-two pounds sterling
The lace makers of Nottingham, Eng
land, carry on their businees, day alter
day, in rooms heated to a temperature ef
A dnel nearly came off at Marseilles be
tween two members of the Japaiese Em
bassy now on their journey, ihe paruee
in the quarrel placed two ballots in a hat, '
oa one of which was ritten aeatn. at
who drew this was bound te retire to a
room and commit aoioide- This was satis
faction to the survivor. The affair was,
however, nipped in the bad by the inter
ference of some Frenoh gentlemen rke
oould not see tho proprieiy of suoh an ar-
Mr. Maudsley, the celebrated EngUsh
gineer and constructor of vessels of war
r his govern ment, reoently die at tha
age of seventy-two years.
While a Maying party were on the sao.
mit of Mount Megaa'icock in Maine, a few
days since, a Miss Freaoh, of Linoolnville,
s ambled on the edge of a preoipioe aad
fell down a chasm, striki g nut once in a
distance of over 800 feet. 8h wae Uken
up inseu'ible, and died tbe lame nighl.
The bnahwaokers of Mir.souri last week
made aa attack upon unarmed oiiiiensin
tbe town of Herma'in, and killed the Pre
vent Marshal, Captain Man waring.
The s hool fund of Ihe State f Coaneo
ticut amounis to $2,049,0jQ, a lof which.
exsept $.9,000 invesied ia New York
8 ate at seveu per cent, is loaneu on rt!
eftats in Oenaeocioot.
Our Letter from Brownsville.
We call attention to our speoial corres
pondence from Brownsville. The writer,
a major In the 20th Wisconsin, furnishes .
Borne very iutereating pioturee of Mexican
society and the progreus of military affaira
in that far off region.
The First Forger.
For sixty-four years Ihe Bank of Esg-
I, i land had oiroulatod He PPr 'tB
ilom; and aunii(t mi" P"" ""-i"
h id been made te imitate it. He who taken
the first step in a new line of wrong-doing
1. .. ntnea than Ihe simple act te answer .
for, and to Biehard William Vaugbea, a ,
8 afford linen-draper, belongs the melan-ot-oiy
celebrity of having led the van in
this new phase of crime, m 1 The
rr jords et bis life do not show want, beg.
g-,ry or starvation urging him, but a sinj
p'e desire to seem greater than he was
By one of the artie'e employtHl and there,
w ;re eeveral engaged on different F"0
the notes the discovery was made. Tha
oriminal had filled them np to the number
of twenty, and eposited them in the hands
of a young lady ta whom he was attached
1 mi a proof of hie wealth. There is a eat-
c-Iatiug now mnoa ioger u-a-. ----n.:ghl
have been free frou imitation naol
.v.. ,.t .k... iih wnat cane they
might be counterfeited- From this perioJ
f. rged notes neeame oo-w
" ' 1'
K verdict was recently rendered ia the '
N iw York Court of Common Pleas, against
the Anieriean Telegraph Company, for a
nvstake in a dirpa eh ordering WK sharea.
ef Hudson 00k te be fought ihe word
H idaea having been left oat.
"What plan," eaid one actor lo another,
ik.k.11 1 adnnt to flu the houae at my bene-.
'ill" "ii vite yonr oreditors I" was th
! surly reply.
' eonatitutioaal (averajaeat.
i : .
- - .t