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Bit. a large aMrtmeat of all tha latest etylea,
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SOI Kaiaerior utnet,
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HATS AND CAPS.
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or HAT, incinamg
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THE DERBY SAT,
AmA m. TlAm lrd aaaortnicnt f Men's and BotV
Bolt Hai- aod (laps. Alt-o a nioa tloavf (JliOf iW
for Sprtnti and flnmmor votv.
M. BUTTS A OO.,
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Pxre mud Kellife'e KedlclBe
I iwanaetfallf eolldtad to my atook, wbloh ooanprt
aaaaeuKpiata aaaortmant of eraritklni pertain
THE DrtUQ TRADE.
aaJ t BTtoM te Inzer. MtigfaoUoo to t ha ani I h tf
pjBfj-fAj, am 07sxcwu UiaTBinuwTa. Tiiti, f Ola
TCUiliUD ii-UUMB AMB ICldAMUHa
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PerfBiaeri ml rtnci Article
ta great tartan. AJso a atook oj UDOBS (aa k
aaailtj) aeoond to none tn marka t.
Agmt for CAT'S bPl.j'Tb, tha mart eompleai
at of opllnta erac oflarad to the Frofeerioa. (Jooa
try rhfdoianl are partwmlarli larlted to an exam
laetlon of rT atouk, ana will Had It to taefcf ad
aenteca ta tarar me with their ordere.
o U. W. LA Kg. IH SparVl.
RUGARSPRICES GREATLY KK
niKiiDmi all kiadiof Sugar, aad wa ara nnt
to be nn'leraold. rind tha right plaoe ho. lit
TvTL HALLIWKLIi. Subosost Vimtut,
J reapecuTalli atnoanoee to the pnbile genereil) v
that he haa removed from Lie old Liental Kooma ou
. p-.,,. . tn hu own Block. H MiCblKan
atnet, where he haa fitted a, a beaatWnl .pile ol
Book a, and la now iir- paM to nmtaad wait wa all
old aid tea patrona woo may aloaae ao laior lilm
aailtuIAL TEETH tzed oa aa taprorrd
principal, end anplied at prince within tte leacn
of all. Aokncwle'gf. by the Proteei-loa g.neraliT,
lor their Bean 1 7, h. res th and tnrabilitv. tt
one that as e tbem t lacari their old sete, If able.
N B. cnlyor.evt.itne enaary ehare a eat 00m
aleted, at Ho. s Mi Ugan Mreet, north aide, aeo
ond door irom Oalano, and foet ot rr trJooi .treot,
Clerelai.d lJjai -l.niiii.i"niii,.m
n'iEl'Hl TEETH TEETH I
Cr. J. H. liASIIl.
lAte at tha ana of itauwiu. Darnxu, to
till at hia old eetahlifhe'l t-ental ao'Bi, eomer of
Ontario atraat and Public Square, ranking thoee
U.aloabie gema, artidcial 1.0th. at tbeold priwe
belor. to. wer. . An Lor or I. be. tro. 1 Slfl
, Whaatal. and Batafl Paalar at '.
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TTOMINY. CRACKED WHEAT,
JfJ. graham Flour, Cor Heal, Split Paaa, Pearl
barley, and obeioe nranuj 01 xanuis Jiuar, oou-
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TUESDAY, JUNE 6,
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IIMDAT, JVmm I8a
Hsnry S. Foots, -mho hid trkd hw hand
at almaat eTerj thing, from fighting duel
to editing a newtprtpar, has been waked up
inhii Canadian retreat by tne Toronto
Leader. He does not relish being detigna
ted by that journal aa Hangman Foote,
any more than he doet being called a rene
gude te the South, and dooordingly berated
it secetkion editor In a long and laohry-
mose reply. Among other things, he tell
how he came to be called Hangman Foot,
which may be new to soiue of our readers.
The epithet " Hangman Feote," which
jou have thought proper to apply to me, I
coLfess ia not at ail new. I received the
appellation fifteen years sg'S because of a
very foolith and tnconxulerate tpenlx. WHICH
I made in the United State can ate, in re
eponseto a very courteous and eh qaect
one delivered by Mr. Hide, of New Hamp
shire, in denunciation or toe sytiem 01 ne
gro tlivery in the South. I confess that I
was so unpsrliarr tnttry a to say on that
occasion that be deservtd to be hanged for
using such language as he then uttered.
Indeed, I may, in reply, have employed
language of a directly menacing character.
Let me declare to you now, though in
all frankness, that I was heartily ashamed
of having used such languaf Jfumediately
after I had done so, and tiiirl seized an
esjly opportunity cf making formal atone
ment tor my lault, in open oennw, aim iu
tne hearing of the country, which formal
atonement was repeated on more than one
occasion, bull, 1 must coniess mat x can
scaroely blameany one tor supplying to
me an epithet which, it is evident, 1 aiu so
much to iustifv: and if vou and other con
trollers of the public press still think that
the offence which 1 committed on the oc
casion referred to is really of an inexpiable
nature, I will have, with as good a grace as
practicable, to tumit to wear this terrible
fbirt of X ess us for the remainder of my
Skeletons found in Pompeii.
About two vears azo, in a small street,
the workmen employed in the excavations
discovered an empty space of an unusual
form, in which were sou e skeletons. Be
fore disturbing them they called Signor
Eloreill, who was fortunately at hand. A
eingulaily hsppy thought struck him. He
haa the empty space filled with liquid
plaster Paris, and repeated tha process in
tbe case of some oth ar openings which pre
sented a similar appearance. As soon as
the plaster was hardened, tbe surrounding
ashts were carefully removed, ana.aifpa.y
ed the perfect casts of four human bodies
All four are now placed in the Museum,
and a more singular and affecting sight is
pernsps not to oe seen in tne wnoie worra.
The plaster was hardened around ' tbe
ashes so perfectly in the shape of what
may be termed the mould formed by the
falling ashes round the living bodies, that
the whole aspect of thedvioe frame is pro-
served, even to the minute details, except
here and there tne Donee 01 tne eneieton
within are partially uncovered. M- Moenier
contrasts them with Egyptian mummies,.
which are bare, black and bideous, ana ar
ranged in an artificial pneture for their ,
burial, while in the exhumed Pompeians we
see numan - ..gs in tne very act 01 uying.
One is the body of a woman, close
m whom were lound a laree number of
coins, two silver vas s, some keys and some
jewels, which she was carrying with. her. a
when the lallmg scoria arresiea ner nigui.
It is easy to trace her head-drees .and the
materials of her clothing; and on one of
her llneers were two silver rines. Her
hands were so clasped in agony that the
nails had pierced tne llesn, vvun tne ex
ception of her legs, the whole body si
swollen and contracted; it is plain that she
strove violently in her r'ying struggle.
Hr attitude, says 31. jnonmer, is mat 01
the last agony, and not that 01. deatn.
Behind her lay anotaer woman ana a gin,
evidently of humble rank. The elder of
the two, possibly the' mother, has an iron
rirg on one cf her fingers. Theaignsofa
dyiog struggle are evident, but the death
seems so have been easier than in .he case
of the victim last described. Close to her
lies the girl, almost a child in age. .me
details of her dress are preserved with a
startling faithfulness. Oie can see the
material and stitching of: her frock,
the unmended- rents in- her long
sleeves, and tne snots in ner ntuo
shoes. She had drawn her dress
over her head, to ward in the torrent ci
ashes, and falling headlong on her face had
so died, apparently without a struggle.
Tbe f jurth body w Mat or at- targe ana
powerful man who had sat down todiewiih
his arms and lees straight and fixed. His
dress is completely preserved; his trousers
are eloee, hie sandals are laced to the feet,
with nails in their soies. vra ona uugur
an iron ring; nis mourn is open, anuouow.
that he had lost some ot hi teeth ; his noie
and cheuhs are strongly marked ; the eyes
and the hair have disappeared, out n
moustache remains. The whole light is
tragic to the last degree. After the lapse
cf eighteen centuries the horrible death
seem to be enacted before us with, all its
appalling suiToring. 1
"We may add, what M. Monnier does nol
seem to be aware of, that stereoscopic tiews
were taken of the bodies, ana tna we nave
seen them here in London. I he minute
riotaila wnLih tbe actual plaster cast ; pre-
ont are of course less visible, even iwitn,
all the reproducing powers of the stereo
scope ; but enough is to be discerned to
anee-eat all the terrors tf the djtng mq.
mania. Jttenewoj juonmrrr j -1 wmjic.
. , . w - . un 'I
The Rebel General Forrest.
This notorious rebel and murderer wai
not killed by one of his followers, as re
ported, but his arrival at Memphis, I ae a
by the Kemphis papers that "be acted
honestly and lairly' in turning over to the
namlea prisoner, is liiuwuuw.
United States authorities mo imiponv m
his posseson. The following anecdote 01
him ia minted bv the Memphis Bulletin :
"A few days before General Forrest left
Grenada, a messenger brought him a note
from Mat. Luxton, askiug some xavor.
Forrest declintd to accede to it, when the
messenger reproached him for neglect.
Fnrrwt caucht the messeneer by the oo'iar,
dragged him to a tree, pulled a limb oft,
and with It thrathed the messenger finely.
The incident is notewirthy as indicating
the state of feeling existing between .Tor-
rest and Lux ton. it is unoerstooa mat
Forrest stronelT ' reprobated Luxton'a
couise in West l ennessee, and sent several
times to have him and his mea arrested.
He thinks mercy in hu case would not pe
Juijlce- , T,J.". 1.:-
1 ha arinearacce 01 x or rent, autu uu
drees ana escort, are thus described by
rmrrtwDondent. who saw him in Vickaourg:
" iToi reet is a man 01 targe irauia, out
unlike tbe giant proportions Be bore upon
1 . . . , i - .
entering tbe service; he still standi up
ward uf tlx leet in neignt, ana oeiortj tae
wr was stout ia proportion, with hair
vi.L aa - ..van.
iriM K i ...
" His weight now, I should judge to.
about 150 pounds ; ce sun naa oiaca moos
tanha and vhin wnisaera, irua -11a iiair,
black beiore the war, is now very gray
. movtmenU are quick and nervous
nV"ne""', n ahou. h.
movements are quick and nervous ; sees
. . V ... U
nuii klv all that is uloiijk ott awui mui, an.
appears to be in constant dread; bis coun
tianoe deDicts much anxiety ol mind, an-l
hia mm denotes the fiend for which
mode of warefare haa ever characterized.
him; his dress is a pew suit ef eit zoa
gray. He is aoucmpanied by none of
lL.fr.jt noor. deluded neero, who haa been
with him since tbe war .Dcgan, being
a o-ontleman who called on General
Fcott the other day found him in excellent
health, and much rejoiced at the successful
...minetion of the war. The cos versa
Jeff. Davis, tha old gen
tleman very pointedly ana empmu-aii
said: "1 nope e win Denting vj aua uov-
Sir, X hope he WlU nug py tae ;
The Latest News.
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
WASHINGTON NEWS ITEMS
General Steele Ordered to
the Rio Grande.
THE TEXAN FLEET.
PREPARATIONS FOR SAILING.
Sherman at Poughkeepsie.
Arrest of Governor Magrath
Secretary Welles at Savannah.
North Carolina Loyalists in
in Favor of Negro
GOVERNOR BROWN RELEASED.
The Yellow Fever at Demarara
France Revokes the Order
Limiting the stsy of
The Question of the Alabama
It Has Reached an "Unpleasant
ANOTHER VETO BY MAYOR
GUNTHER. GOLD LAST NIGHT 136 1-4
Associated Press Report.
WASHINGTON. June. 5.
Several witnesses were called to day to
show the disloyalty of Leed Jenkins, a near
relative of Mrs. Surratt. One of them said
after Jenkins lost a negro he abandoned all
his main principles. Another testified to
the disloyalty of Mrs. rjurrett .
Eev. TrVm P. Evans, a Presbjterian
Minister, testified that he saw Dr. Jludd go
into Mia. ourratt s house between ine 1st
and 4th of March. He wat rigidly cross
examined by the counsel for the defence
and excused himself for his confdsion by
saying that he had been almost craz? since
the assassination of President Lincoln.
The special to the Uommercial says tne
Mexican question once mora attracts at
tention. General Stele having been order
ed to tbe Bio Grande with an army of
observation of 30,000 men.
Foreign ambassadors are greatly per
plexed at this movement. - It is under
stood that the Count Montholon will de
mand an explanation from the Slate Da
The special tn the Post seys that Br.
Samuel Cox, ot .Lower Maryland, charged
wi'h harboring Booth and liftrroM, nas
been released from confinement. Colonel
Greene, proprietor of the Vanness Place,
in Washington, and bis wild nave aito oeen
Witnesses were produced to show that
Dr. Mudd was not at the National Hotel
on tbe Sd ot March, but at home.
NORTH CAROLINA NEWS.
NEW YORK. June. 5.
Hewbern advices stale that tne result of
the judicial investigation at '1 oronto, show
ing that the yellow fever there last sum
mer, which carried off some ihou-ands, was
introduced by the infamous Dr. Blackburn,
has caused the utmost horror.
The neonle of the Slate are fast b' com
ing reconciled to the free labor sjstem, and
like the change. There Is a strong altacn
ment between the masters and iheu former
slaves, and thev seek each other, making
satisfactory terms ia labor. The Universal
Bun rage question excites great miere-t, tue
people being divided omy as- to wu tune
when negroes should vote.
The removal or tno bsu retiriction
uat much reioicine and a new life has
ravin aiven to business, . .
The Tribune wasuingtun ipui bojb
it is not true that Jeff. Davis Has been
brought from Fortress Monroe.
The President on Saturd-y told a Con
oeeBtmaa lhat it seemed desirable that Jtff
Davis be tried by civil court for-high
treason as perpetual reminder that treason
was the highest crime, ana ne was wuuug
to unread before the world the secret testi
mony in the assassination case and tni:t to
their verdict aa to iti- complicity.
ftnvarntir .Brown has been - released ana
4iii ro home under a pledee to work earn
estly for tne restoration of Georgia to her
NEW YORK. June. 5. FOREIGN NEWS.
NEW YORK. June. 5.
Tiiutrwonl 25th. via Queenitown -!5tu, ar
rived at 6 P. "Or auvicea am uy
l.tor - , .... ., .
LOBDOW, May 25 Tne ionaon uwi
says the question ot the Alabama's depre
dations has reached an unpleasant point,
Great Britain having refused indemnity,
anrl tha American reiotnuer imma vj
Tne Jrans jnoniteur cjuuruia mo revocation
of the ordr limiting the stay
Federal ships in ! rencb ports, ana says
that France has also announced tbit sne
will hasten the removal ot ail tne restrictions,
as soon as the Washington Cabinet
csnvies to exercise exceptional rights which
.. holiiuarariui it is enabled t claim-to-
wa-rt. nAiitrai vessels.
The Moniteur expresses tne rjenet mat
v. .Tnhmnn will follow tne wise ana
w.tkIIw nnlicv of Mr. Lincoln.
' Lateot per City of Washington. By
tAlco-ranh to Q teenstown :
l.ivanPOOL. jnav - n .
1 . OC C1a r .anttin
fiv. t.n davs 25.000 bales, iticludiag 7,000
t..i.M aidvuiatoi. and exporter. The
market is easier with a slight decline.
Vewuinai eniet and steady.
LonDoir, May 25 Consols close at 90
a001 for money.
American otocss u. u.
Illinois Central 75.; Ene 62a5.J.
Loudon, May 25 Evening. The Bank
V TCuiriand has reduced its rate 01 dis
count to 4 per cent, this evening.
POUGHKEEPIE, N. Y. June. 5.
TCmltIv 2.0.0 persona assembled at
depot to-night to give Gennral Sherman
in v . .1.a (hii, a. i.i.rl th.
crowd was wild with excitement. General
i. iinm. ti DRIL hUW .1 1.1 u aiii.vu.
Sherman spoke as follows :
Friends: x am not going m ma.-j
.ra-x-h. Locomotives ana cars are umsvor
able; 1 anana juu "
-r . , l fAm wnup ataiaDTn 1 ti n CT 1 F
ness. I had the honor to pe a ieuow trav
allar wnth vour noble regiment, the 150th
New Ywrk. I understand tney are soon
-m home. When tbev arrive they
tell you better than I can of the events
. . T v : J a .;h.
hjiwe happen ea. x otu jru- got--
Aa tha General entered the cars be w
followed by snout and cheers. ,
NEW YORK, June. 5.
tionoi tha Common Council authorizing
25,000 copies - of a eulogy on President
Tjino" to De prmwu.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
FORTRESS MONROE. June. 4.
The second portion of the Texan fleet,
comprising troops of the First Division of
the 25ln Corps, under com man u ot .Briga
dier General Draper, have been resting
on transports in Hampton Badt, Virginia,
preparatory to sailing Southward, lor the
past two days. Everything which will
condice to the cemfort and health of the
troops, on a long and tedious sea voyage,
ia (Mine- done with all dispatch possible.
General Weitsel arrived from City Point
vesterdav with his staff. He has selected
the Western Metropolis for his flag-ship. It
is supposed tbe whole fleet will start before
The transport fleet in the harbor is com
nrimd of the followinar vessels:
Western Metropolis, Flancus, Empire
Citv. J. P. Everman. Louise, Tonawanda,
Star of the South, Pwanee, Cambria, Rich
mond, Beaufort, Davis, Lillie, and Nep
The steamsr Starlight arrived to-day
from Hilton Head with A. G. Magrath, Jtx
Governor of South Carolina, en route for
Washington under arrest. i
NEW YORK, June. 5.
Savannah dates of the 1st.
Tbe Herald saya a committee of citizens
haa been appointed to visit . Washington
and represent to President Johnson the
sentiments of the loyal citizens of Chat
ham county. .
On the afiernoon of the 31st of May a
brie, having British passports, was cap.
lured at Tj bee for an attempt to break the
blockade of the port of Savannah.
Secretary Welles and party visited Sa
vannah on the 31st, and returned to Port
The Charleston Courier publishes a cir
cular from Gen. Hatch, adviaing tbe plant
ers to make contracts with the freedmen,
and saying that infirm negroes must be
supported in the respective districts.
i he Courier says that Gov. Ma;rath
was arrested by an adjutant and two sol
diers, and taken to Charleston. A great
body of the most respectable citizens wait
ed on him, expressing sympathy. That
such an occurrence should take place in
the capital of the State is conclusive as to
the complete general and physical prostra
tion of tie people.
PHILADELPHIA, June. 5.
by telegraph to Jay Cooke, wee $1,013,250.
The largest Western subscriptions were
$100,000 from tbe 4th national Bank of
fittsbure, and $50,000 from tne ia-
tional Bank of Altoona, Pa. The largest
Eastern subscriptions were $75,000 from
Yermilye & Co , New York ; from the Me
chanics' and Traders' Bank of Portsmouth,
X. H ; and $50,000 from the 1st National
Bank of Portland, Me. There were 709
NEW YORK, June. 5.
Bat undoes papers of the 15th of May
state that the yellow fever is again raging
among the crews of the vessels at Demara
ra. Of ninety cases admitted into the
hospital in fourteen days, eighteen termina
In Trinidad and Grenada neavy rams
had ir jared the can. crop to the extent of
5,000 hogsheads. ' ' '.
La Uuadaloupe crop operations were
brisk. The storehouses at Point au Pitree
were full of sugar.
PHILADELPHIA, June 5.
Within the last forty-eight hours 3,908
returned troops have been entertained at
the Coopers' Shop and Union Refreshment
Saloons, including tbe 6th New York, 1st
Rhode Island Cattery, 1st Maine Artillery,
1st New Hampshire Artillery, lOJi Maine
Battery, 9.h Mastachu-etts Battery, 2d, 3d,
4 h, ai.d 6th Maine Batteries, 1-ih New
York Battery, 19th Jilaine Jtegiment, and
95th New York Kegiment, besides Pennsyl
vania and New Jeisey regiments.
BOSTON. June. 5.
The trial of Col. F. O. J. Smith, ef Me-
on an indictment found by the grand jury
of Suflolk county f jr subornation of per
jury, occupied the Superior Criminal Court
nearly tne wnoie 01 last weea,ana resuiuiu
this moraine- in a verdict of sruilty. After
the renderine of thit verdict the counsel of
Mr. Smith applied for time to nie 0111 01
excepuom-, aim mo mt. v"
month for that purpose.
TORONTO, June. 5.
The Globe of to day announces ttat the
Canadian delegates in England are meet
ing with marked success. The policy pro
posed include a b.sis upon which the con
nection between England and Canada will
be rendered firm and lasting, and includes
measures to immensely enhance tne pros
perity of the cjuntry and develop its re
TORONTO, June. 5. NATIONAL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION.
PHILADELPHIA, June 5.
The the Fourteenth Annual Session of
11. v.ti...! T ,n,-aiif.l TTninn mm.
menced to-day. A large number ot dele,
gates are present. A spirited discussion
took place on the right of ex-delegates to
bold seats in tbe convention. 1 ne que
tionwas decided in the negative by 18
yeas to 27 najs. Adjourned till Tuesday.
GOLD MARKET. NEW YORK, June. 5.
Gold dull and tending downward. Sales
for shipment are quite untiled ; custom de
mand is lizbt Oaotations ranged from
135 up to 13C;, at which it closed.
JATER Uota Uu.
KINGSTON, C. W., June. 5.
double murder at La Pierre a few days
since, was arrested here )ast night, dis
guised as a woman, ne naa mane a juu
NEW YORK, June. 5.
The stock market continues inactive
Speculative operations have declined
amount, and both the bulls and bears ap
pear to take a respite afor their late hard
At exchange this morning railway spec
ultttion was dull.
The market is generally steady, and
Governments were again stronger this
morning, especially live-twenties.
The attendsnce in the gold room to-day
was quite small. The demand for money
is very light with an abundant supply.
Petroloum stocks are active. No gen
eral advance in prices, which remain
the following rales: Buchanan ' 109
Cherry Run 40; Empire City 220 j Ger
man 55 ; Oceanic 207 ; Bynd rarm 250
Webster 100: Bradley 250; - Excelsior
392: Manhattan 43: Tck 115; United
Crude petroleum is heavy and lower,
at 34; bonded firm at 49, and
The examination of students of the
val Academy, Newport, K I. is now
progress. Among tbe members of
Rn&rd of Examiners are Vice
Farragut and Captain Worden. The
dents have been snbjected to a rigid exam.
ination. They have been put through
usual out door drill, ai.d also in maneuver
ing a sloop of war. In a short time
wtii; start on their annual sea cruise. It
rumored that the Academy will be return
ed to Annapolis.
;. The. United Stales Company have con
tracted with parties to . build two more
lines from St. .Louis to San Francisco.
The lines from the Eastern cities are to be
finished this autumn.
The Tribune has a special from Norfolk,
of tha 2d inst, which says tha impeach
ment ol Geeeral Lee before the Grand J ury
of the United State District Court now in
session in that eity, was postponed on last
Wednesday until to-day, in consequence
of tbe reception of the President's Procla
mation of Amnesty, and, as the presiding
Judge stated, to afford an opportunity to
those interested to peruse and study it,
THE TEXAS EXPEDITION.
A Noifjlk special says that the Texas
expedition under General Weitzal consists
of two divisions of the 25th Corps. Six
first class steamers are to be rued as transports.-
The command takes rations for
forty days. ' '
The World's Washington special says
the Mexican Emperior has started the em
igration scheme. It is known that agentar
of HaximPian were arriving at New Or
lean 8a. and some , had been dispatched
North. Agents have been sent ttiiecOy to
London, Paris and other European capi
tals. The work of these agents is to ad
vertigo extensively inducements to Mexi
can emigration. . They are authorized to
grant to thoee who will swear fealty thirty
acres of the best land, or five sections of
the best mining territory.
The same special says it is reported that
General Logan has been assigned to an Im
THE 14TH CORPS.
The Herald's correspondent with the
14th Corps describes the reception of Major
General Thomas, by th's corps. It is tha
same he commanded at Chattanooga.
In the 14th twenty-one now veteran
regiments go home. Two Eastern regi
ments report to General Hsgar, leaving
only about twenty veteran regiments in the
BOSTON. June. 5.
Company, in Hingham, were mostly de
stroyed by fire last night. Loss $75,000 ;
mostly covered by insurance.
CONSUL AT VALPARAISO.
WASHINGTON. June. 5.
Hon. W.Clark, of Nfw YWk, some
time since appointed Consul at Yaliparaiso,
has accepted the appointment, and will at
once proceed to his post. .
RELEASE OF PRISONERS.
An order for the release of all prisoners
of war, under the rank of Major will soon
be issued. Commissioned officers will be
requited to give bonds for the faithful ob
servance of their oath.
Secretary Seward was at the State De
partment over four hours to day, attending
to his despatches for the foreign mails.
Fred. Seward is steadily improving.
The War Department has just issued
orders directing the Quartermaster De
partment to furnish all prisoners of war
andcitizen prisoners who hve been or
may be released tromeonfinement by reason
of taking the oath of allegiance to the
United Slates, with transportation to their
homes or to the nearest points thereunto,
which it may "be practicable to reach by
the usual routes of water and railroad
MENACING THE PRESIDENT.
The President of the United States haf
within the past few days, received a vio
lently threatenine letter, which has been
pi-ced in the hands of the proper authors
ties for in ve titration. The letter was
mailed in this city, and bears the signa
ture of u Grape Vine."
The Secretary of the Navy has issued a
circular, directing that, in the employ
ment of mechanics and others . in the
Navy Yards, at all naval stations, or
elsewhere in the service of the Navy De
partment, the preference shall be given to
such as have been honorably discharged
from the Navy and Marine Corps, espe
cially ti those who have been wounded, or
I disabled, pro-ided they are capable of per.
foaming satufacton.- the duties assigned
LOUISVILLE, June. 5.
Wm Sampson Glasowky has been ap
pointed Judge ef the Court of Appeals, to
fill the vacancy until the election of his
NEW ORLEANS. June 5.
ARRIVAL OF CHASE.
Chief Justice Chase arrived here to-day,
General Sheridan has assumed the com
mand of the Military Division of the South
west, embracing the country west of the
Mississippi and south of Arkansas.
NO RESTRAINT OF COTTON.
Generals Canby and Sheridan have is
sued orders permitting ' cotton to be
brought to market, without military inter
DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF.
General Canby has divided the Depart.
ment of the Gulf into the following four
divisions : Louisiana, headquarters at New
Orleans; Mississippi, Jackson; Alabama,
Montgomery; Florida, Tallahasee.
The citizens of Louisiana apper to
much gratified by the programme of the
new military authorities.
The steamer Evening Star has arrived.
General Hood the last rebel of note
and staff, surrendered to General Davidson
May 31st. ' '" "
CAIRO. June. 5.
The steamer Sallie List, from Memphis
for Cincinnati, passed up with 186 bales
The steamer Liberty, from Memphis
Louisville, passed up last - night with
bales for Evansville. ' .
The Adam Jacobs, from Memphis for
Louis, passed up with 136 bales.
A large quantity of cotton and tobacco
CTning into Hkkmin, Ky.
Memphis cotton market drooping; prices
unsettled; middling 27(3,28; strict 3031;
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
' New Orleans advices to the 31st
that the 1st division of tha 13th
corps, Dennis ia command, is soon to
to Shreveport accompanied by Gen
eral Andrews, Colonel Bertram and Colo
nel Mathews as Commissioners for parol
ing Kiiby Smjth'l army. -Cotton
firm, sales of 650 palej of
to strict ordinary at 3438 ; for middling
to strict low middling 3739 middling 40
There is only a limited business doing in
,ner-. , ' .
. Molasses; plenty of Cuba offaring, but
the market is bare of Louisiana.
WASHINGTON, June. 5.
A general order has been issued by Ma
jor General Meade for a review of the 6th
Army Corps, Major General Wright, com
manding, in this city on Thursday the 8ih
NEW YORK, June. 5.
TJ. 8. C 1881 109 f i.
New York Central, 89J-. ; Erie, T3K '
Reading, 69; old Southern, 58; Pittsburgh
58K; Rock Island 93X.
Gold closed at 136.
Sales Buchanan Farm, 105 ; Excelsior,
S; Tack, 115; Cherry Run, 6T( United
States, 150. " ' - " -
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
WASHINGTON. June. 4.
, , Special to the N. Y. Tribune: It is re
ported on good authority, to night, that Mr.
Stanton haa resigned This is not positive
ly confirmed, but it is known that he has
determined to leave the Cabinet very soon.
There is a report afloat that the decision has
been assisted by a violent collision between
the President and Secretary, both strong
willed men, in which the latter indulged
in his brusque manner, and the former
took occatioit to inform him that he (Andy)
was President of the United States. But
it is said that there is not much in this, fo
the President assured a Major General yrs
terday that the separation about to tak
place was only induced by the prostration
of Mr. Stanton, and by his exhausting la
bors. Mr. Stanton has been offired the
position of Minister to Berlin but the
place is not deemed of sufficient importance,
if bis resignation be not already in the
President's hands it will be shortly.
Mr. Harrington, Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury has resigned peremptorily
and will go as Minister resident to Berne
In place of Mr. Fogg. He has engaged
passage and will sa.l by the first of July.
It is also rumored that Mr. Field, another
secretary, is willing to accept some position
' The differences of opinion between Sec
retary Harlan and Mr. Usher, his prede
cessor, has been very cocsiderable and is
assuming a very serious form. The new
Secretary is examining, in a very impar
tial raar.r:r, tbe huge contracts which the
retired Secretary signed just before leaving
and is demanding that they be re-established
on the .principles of equity and
honesty. Against this rough criticism Mr.
Usher protests in behalf of his clients,
making the fight, it is understood, before
The Interior Department consequently
is greatly agitated ju-it now. As one re
sult of the complica'.ion, the Assistant
Secretary ia leaving the Department, and
John Wilson, now Third Auditor, will suc
ceed him. .
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 29.
Judge Field, U.S. Circuit Judge, has
refused an appeal to the Supreme Court in
the case of the city of San Francisco agair st
the United States. The case involve tne
title to a large portion of land within the
limits of the city. It was decided in the
Circuit Court in favor of the city some
The mining share market conunuea very
much depressed,- and the whole list of mi
ning stocks are lower.
The receipts of the Custom House since
January 1st, amount to $260,000 in gold.
The prospects 01 tne crops in vamorm-.
Trade with tne interior ana yyasaoe it
SAN FRANCISCO. May 30.
The charter of the bark Brontes has been
revoked, and the Mexican emigration
schema is at an end for the present. Wil
liams, and other leaders of expedition, have
been held to answer before the United
States Grand Jury for tttempted violation
of the neutrality laws.
The Panama pirate case was cioaeu to
day. Next Friday is set apart for the
counsel to sum up tne aeience.
A meeting was held in this city last even,
ing to encourage the opening ol trade with
Salt Lake trio Colorado river. From the
head ef navigation a good wagon road is to
beonened this year to jnouna t.ity.
Sixty thousand acres of land are soon to
be advertised for sale by the Central Pa
ri Ho Railroad Company. Tbe land lie
along the first thirty miles of the road.
Settlers in Dossession will have the first
SAN FRANCISCO, May 31.
making through trips from New x'ofk in
, A public meeting of the sympathisers
with Juarez ana tne iioerais 01 juexicu iu
their efforts to sustain the republicoi Mex-
ioo. is called for to-morrow. Considerable
feeling exists on the suijact in the commu
nity. The people will sustain the author!
ties in their efforts to maintain neutrality,
so long as that is the policy 01 the govern
NEW YORK, June 5.
The steamer Havana brings Havana bates
Advices from Galveston by tbe blockade
runner Lark, on the 28. h, slate that great
-nnfnainn and anarchy reigned in that city
and Houston. The Lark was robbed of
her cargo, taken there, and returned to
Havana in oaiiasi.
General Magruder attempts! to make a
speech to the soldiers, but was hissed and
silenced. He was told they bad been hum
bugged enough, and intended to settle af
fairs for themselves. Magiudir returned
to San Antonia.
The Texans would fight no longer, and
wished to return to t-eUnion.
The Mayor and the principal citizens
hail left Galveston to meet the Federal of
ficers and hurry up the surrender. They
also said that Gov. Murray and Ashbel
Smith had gone to New Orleans to surren
der the State. ' '
The famous blockade runner, Denbigh,
has at last been destroy ed by the Federal
gunboats. The captain and crew made
The 01 returned to Havana, iearmg
robbery at Galveston.
Mexican dates ot tne olu state mat
truerrillatr are as thick as ever.
" Vnla wraa at Monternv with 5.000
troops on the 2d of May, and the French
troops were moving against tue piara.
Tne United States steamer Susquehanna,
monitors Monadauk and Canonicus, and
gunboats Chippewa, Fahkee, Monticello
and Wardo, had arrived at Havana, caus
ing great sensation.
NEW YORK, June 5.
A special la the Times, dated Washing-
Liyin 4th. sava: . A committee of three gen
tlemen from new lora, consisting
Messrs. Ruins F. Andrews, Guy it- Pelion
and Martin Thatcher arrived here
morning for - the purpose of inviting
Generals Grant. Thomas and Logan to
present at the great meeting at the New
York Academy of Music, on Wednesday
night. The committee had an interview
with General Grant to-day, and he has
cided positively to be present at tbe meet
ing. Ha will arrive in New York
Wednesday morning and remain
Thursday morning, when he will proceed
to West Point to attend tae examination
progreatinr there, and then make a flying
trip to Chicago to attend the great
there. It is possible also that
Thomas and Log an will also be present,
though they have not yet given a positive
answer VQ vne commitveg.
NEW YORK, June 5.
The following is President Johnson's or
der releasing the Maryland Congressman,
Harris, convicted of tampering with rebel
Executive Office, 1
Washington, My 31, 1865.
In the within cue of Benjamin G.
Harris, the findings and senteaos of
the Court ara hereby approved and 000.
firmed, Additional evidence and affida
vits, however, bearing upon this case and
favorable to the accused having been pre
sented to be considered by me since) the
sentence aforesaid, I deem it proper to di
rect that the sentence in the case cf said
Harris be remitted, and that ha be released
WASHINGTON. June 4.
present week. The argument commences
on Wednesday, and it will be two .weeks
before the findings will be promulgated.
Government is selling large numbers of
draft horses and males.
It is asserted on creditable aathority that
the President is contemplating the propri
ety ot convening Congress as early as the
1st of October.
Secretary Seward visited tha State De
partment on Saturday. He was able to
walk up the steps, but required rest at each
Duff Green has taken the amnesty oath.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. June 5.
The Southern papers are urgent for im
migration from the North, and their state
ments of the circumstance and needs of
the country indicate that an almost inex
haustible field for northern enterprise, in
agricultural, commercial and other indus
trial persuiis, is now, 01 soon will be opened
in that region by the termination of the
Rebellion. The advantages of Virginia
and Texas for colonies of this kind are par
ticularly urged by the journalistic advo
cates of those states.
NEW YORK, June 5.
The Tribune states that Mr. Connover,
whose testimony concerning the complicity
of tha rebel leaders in the assassination is
now made public, left Washington for
Canada a fortnight ago to return in a few
days but has not been heard from since,
though his presence in Washington : is
urgently demanded. It is feared he has
been foully dealt by.
Artemus Ward in Richmond.
RICHMOND, Va., May. 28 & 65.
late rebil capitol I desire to cimply asy
that I have seen a low and skurrilous noat
in the pipers from a certain parson who
signes ihisself Olonzo Ward, A sen he is
my berruther. I did once have a ber
ruther by that name, but I do not recog
nize him. To me he is wuis than dedl I
took him from college sum IS years ago
and gave him a good situation as the
Bearded Woman in my show. How did
he repay me for this kindness i? He base
ly undertook (one day while in a Back
nalian mood and rum and right in sight of
the audience in the tent) to stand upon bis
hed, whereby he betrayed his sex on ac
counts of his boots & his Beard falliu' off
hia face, rooinin' my prospects in that
town, & likewise incurrin' the seris dis
pleasure of the Press, which sed boldly I
ws triflia' with feelin's of a intelligent
p'iblic I know no such man as Olonzo
Ward. 1 do not ever wisn ai name
breathed in my prestnta. I do not recog
nize him. I perfectly disgust him.
The old man finds hisself once more in
a Sunny climb. I cum here a few days
arter the catterpillertulated.
Mi naburs seamed surprised X astonasni
at this darin' bravery onto the part of a
man at my time of life, but our family
was never knowed to quale in danger s
Mi father was a sutler in tne revolu
tion War. Mi father onoa had a intervoo
with Gin'ral La Fayette.
Ha asked La Favetta to lend him nve
dollars promisiu to pay him in the Fall;
but Leff; said he "could nt see it in tnoea
lamps." Laffy wa French, and hi
knowledge of our langwidga was little
Immejutly on my nvai nere 1 prooeea
ed to the Spottswood House, and cailin' to
my ass is ton ts a yong man from our town
writes a good runnin' hand, I put my or
tograpa on the lleguter, and handin' my
umbrella to a eaia-neaea man dbuluu im
counter, who I t'pooed was Mr. Spottswood,
I said, "Spotsy, how does she run 7"
He called a cullua parson ana wa :
"Show the gen'lmaa to the cowyardtnd
give him cart No. 1."
Isn't General Grant here?" I said.
Perhaps Ulysiss wouldn't mind my tumin
in with him."
Do you know the Gin'ral T" inquired
Wall, no, not 'zactly, but he'll remem
ber me. His brother-in-law's aunt bought
her rye meal ot my uncle Levi ail one win
ter. My uncle Levi's rye meal was "
Pooh, pooh 1 " said SpoUy, "don't both
er me," and he shur'd my umbrella onto
the floor. Obsarvin to him not to be too
keerlesa with that wepin, I accompanied
the African to my lodgins. , ,
"My brother," I said "are yon aware that
you have been 'mancipated 7 Do you re
alize how glorious it is to be free? Tell ma,
my dear brother, doe it not seem like some
dreams, or do you realize the great fact in
all its livin' and holy megnitood 7 "
He sed he take some gin.
I was show'd the cowyardandlaid down
under a one-mule cart. The hotel was or
ful crowded, and I was sorry I hadn'tfona
to Ltbby Prison. Tho" I should have slept
comfort ble ennff ef the bed cloths hadn't
beon pulled off me durin the night, by
scoundiel who cum and hitched a mule to
the cart and druv it oft I thus lost my
covering and my throat leeis a nine nuszy
this morning. m
General Halleck offered me the hospital
ity of the city, givin me my choice of hos-
1' . . . 1 , 1 JtaMaal . .mall
He nas aiso piarau n mj uic-jb- - -
There is rely a great deal of Union senti.
meat in this city. I see it en every hand.
T a man Lrt rlevl am not at UDOTtV
tail hi mmit but ha is aaold and in-"
flooentooial citizan ot Kicnmond, ana
he. "Why I we've bin flghlin' agin the Old
fUgl JjOT Dies tne, now amg u.
.... , v.... ;.i.
borrerd nve aouar 01 tue emu vu mw
flood of tear. ... "
Sed another (a man of s tan din ana -or-
merly a bitter rebueL,) "Let as at once stop
this effoosion of Bludl Tha Old Flag
good enough for me. Bit," ne aaaeo, -you
from the North! Have you a doughnut
or a piece of custard pie about?!'
1 told mm no, out x anew -Vermont
who had organized a sort of
taurant, where he oould go and make
very comfortable meat on -w
run? and cheese. Ha borrer-d fifty cents
me, and at km' me to send him Wm. Lloyd
Garrison's ambrotype soon as I got home-
he walked off. '
Sid another. "There's b n a tremenauou
Union feelin' here from the fust. But
was kept down by a 1-ain.ef terror. Have
you a dagerretype of Wendell Phillips
about your person T and will you lend
four dollars lor a lew aay u
more a kappy and unitoa people r.
Jeff. Davis is not pop'la here. She
..... U.aa. a . TT, , t Kl .A
rwaraea a swi-. -j r-
yit Pm told he was kind to tus Paient.
. - . r i-ma auv wear
sue ran awaj nv . j -
and has never bin back. This was show
em a good deal 01 ronswere---
refleck what his eonduck has 01n.-
captur in female apparei comou-o.
regard to ni wa, a. jv. - -1
. -i - h-pw.. Jk 1
a a ner as ireneue n v--. -,
Robert Lee is regarded as a nobis 1
Ha was opposed to tha war at the
ad draw's! his sword very reluctant la
fact J), wouldn't hay" drsw'd hi sword at
all, only he had a large stock of military
elothes on hand, which he didn't want to
waste. Hesesthe colored man Is right,
and he will at once go to New York and
open a Sabbath School for negro minstrels.
THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.
and others, leaves tbe Oonfednt Army in a
rather ahattentd state. - That army now
consists of Xirby Smith, four mules and
Bass drum, and is movin' rapidly to1 nil
A PROUD AND HAWTY SUTHENER.
a little peckish, I went into st
eatin' house to-day, and encountered a yunsr
man with long black hair and slender
frame. ' He didn't wear much clothe, and
them as he did wear looked onhealtby. Ha
frowned on me, and sed, kinder scornful,
-So, sir, you come here to haunt us in our
hour of trubble, do you 7"
"No," said L "I cum here for hash!"
"Pjh-haw I" he sed sneerinly, "I mean
you air in this city for tha purpuss of gloat
in' over a fallen p-ple. Others may baaely
succumb, but a lor me, I will never yield
wUvSOtfl" ft3U0f" 1
"Hav1 sunthin' to eat P I pleasantly sug
gested. "t'ripe and onions!" he said furcely;
then ho added, "I eat with you, but I hata
you, You'rea low-lived Yankee!"
To which I pleasantly replied, "Howl
you have your tripe 7"
Friedmudsill I with plenty of bam fat P
He et very raven us. Poar telle' I He
bad (lived on odds and ends for several day,
eatixt' crackers that had been turned over
by ravel are in tha bread tray at the bar.
He got full at last, and hia hart so'ten.
ed a little to'wards me. "Alter all," ha
sed, you have sum peple at the North who
air not wholly loathsum beasts 1 '
"Well, yes," I sed, "we hav" now and
then a man among us who isn't a cold
bluded scoundriL Yourg nun," I mildly
but gravely sed, this crooil war is over and
you're lickt I. It's rather necessary for
somebody to lick in a good square, lively
lite, and in this 'ere cane it happens to be
the United States of America. Yoa fit
splendid, but we was too many for yon
Then make the beet of it & let us all put
the Rtpublicon a firmer basis nor ever.
"I don't gloat over your mistcrtins, my
young fren'. Fur from it. I'm a old man
now, and my hart is softer nor it once was.
You see my spectacles is mistened with
suthin' very like tears. Im thin kin' on
the tea of good rich Blud that has been
spilt on both sides in this dredfulwar!
I m thinkin' of our widders and orfuns
North, and of your'n in the South. I kin
cry for both. Bieeve me, my young fren',
I kin placwytny old hands tenderly on tha
fair young bed of the Virginny maid whose)
lover was laid low in the battle dust by a
fed'ral bullet, and ssy, as fervently and
piously aa a venerable sinner like me can
aay anythin', "God be good to you, my
poor dear, my poor dear V
I riz up to go, & takin' my young South
ern fren' kind ly by the hand, I sed, " Yung
man, ad 00 1 You Southern fellers is probly
my brothers, tho you've occasionally had
a cussed queer way of showin' it ! It's over
new. Let us all jine in and make a coun
try on this continent that shall giv, all
Europe the cramp in the stummuck ev'ry
time they lovk at us I Adoo, ad 00!"
And aa I am through, I'll likewise say
adoo to you, jentle reader, merely remark
in' that the Star Spangled Banner is
wavin' round loose agin, and that there
don't seem ya be anything the matter with
the Goddess of Liberty beyond a elite cold.
Ohio Ciab at AisiksoxriLLm. Adjutant
General Cowan publishes a oomplete list of
the name of Ohio soldiers who have died
at Andertonville, Georgia, from which wa
extract the name, with date of death, of
Northern Ohio martyrs. The figures at the
end of some of the names, indica-e the num
ber of the grave:
George Ames, X, 100th, May 15, 1864;
George Anuther.B, 7th, March 30,1864;
A Annbriah, D, 21st, July 23.1SS4; S.852.
A Almond, A, Hi, July 25, 184 ; 3,V3.
A Bradley, A, 101st, Sept. 23, 1864 ; ,S25.
Simon Blackmaa, G, 721, Sept. 24, 1&64 ;
''Eh Birehfield, , 14th, Sept. 27th, 1R64.
Sergt J5 W Brown, E, 21st, Oct. 1, 1864 ;
Thomas Barnes, F, Hath, Oct, 7, 1864.
' VI H Bowers, A, 100th ; March 14, 1865.
Corp G Benthley, F, 102d 1 Jan. 4, 15.
George Blearer, B, 111th ; April 23J,lSr'4.
Richard Breem.n, E, 125th ; May 1,1864.
L B, Becked, M, 21 Car.; May 14, 1864;
H J Boyd, H, 7th ; May 30, 1864 ; 1,469.
John Brawnier, 1, 7th; June 14, 1864;
J Brooks, 1, 125th ; June 14th, 1864; 1,937.
Bartholomew, 0, 105th ; June 16, 1864.
Balding, D, l5th; June 15, 1864; 1,065.
H Brewer, E, 100 th ; June 17, 1864; 2,0.
. I, Bishop, K, 49th; June 17, 1864 ; 2,110.
Bergt i Brett, G, 2Ut; June 20, loot,
B HBritton, H, 125th; August 3, 1864,
Corp W H Bowstine, I, 101st; Aug. 14,
Lieut Cha Brown, D, 23d ; July 1 J, 1864;
M G Burns, B, 111th; July 14, 1864; 3,229.
A Bowman, E, 104th; Aug. 17, 1864; 6UU0.
GL Brown, , llltn; Aug 19, 1864;
C Bmnning, G, I4h ; Sept 1, 1864.
Joseph Bell, i, 125th ; Sept 13. 1864.
Corp Henr Brown, A. 41st; Sept 13,1 864.
J Conway, A,103d; July 30, 1864 ; 4,342.
F Oharie, A, l0th; Aug 9, 1864.
M Chandler. E, 124th; Aug 13, 1864;
G Oat-well, C, 21st ; Sept 1, 1864.
Bergt J Cregg, K, 4 Jtn ; Sept 4, 1S64.
SergtMajorJ W Clockle, 49Ut; Sept 6,
6 Clarke, H, 124th; Sept 25, 1864 ; 9,771.
H Colt, L, 2d Cav ; Oct 11, 1864.
C Croningt burger, I, 23d; Oct 27, 1864;
A CannonF ,42d ; Nov 26, 1864.
G Coleman", A, 101st; Apl 27, 1864 ; 763.
Wa Croeeer, B, llltn ; May 7, 1844 ; 928.
W C Carley, B, 111th ; May 8, 184 ; 965.
Corp Tho Collin, G, 21st; May 22, 1864;
S V Clarke, B, 111th ; June 6,1864 ; 1,697.
George Croaker, A, 1st Art ; June 14, 1864J
1 945 "
' J 4 A Coanard, G, 14th; July 14, 1864;
h Cover, B, 49th ; July 25, 1864 ; 3,937.
K Cline, B, 111th ; July 17, 1854 ; 6,122.
Berg'tGeo E Church, C, 14tn; July IS,
1864 ; 6,11)8.
H M Clarke, K, list ; Oct 23, 18e4 ; 11,618.
A Coney, (or Cooney), E, list; Oow 15,
184 ; 10,981.
BColvington, C, 72d ; Jan 4, 1865.
H Davis, H, 7th ; April 13, 1864 ; 690.
B F Decker, B, 111th; June 21, 1864;
TT ri1 . T.-1 an TO., . a -A.
j looasou, rk, itu; uy low, .
C Dille, I, 23d ; July 22, 1864; 3,802.
J Decker, B, tilth ; Aug 18, 1864 ; 6,043.
J Durtin, E, 7th ; An , 164 ; 4,7?1.
H Doty, H, 41st ; Aug 1, 1864 ; 5,29.
Corp W Deming, B, lllth ; Aug 30 1864.
G W Davis, G, list; An 30, 1864.
P S Davidaon, K, 21st; Sep 6, 1864.
A Duncan, K. 49Ji ; Sept 30, 1864 ; 10,130.
' F Dibble, fl, lOlat; Oct 9, 1864; 10,i6.
"W H Lunton, E, 105th ; Out 17, 1864.
W Depuety, fl, 2lat; March 5, lb65.
S J Evalt, M, 10th Cav.; April 4, 1864.
BC Eatrepir, B, 104lh; Sept. 16, lo64;
'jo-oph Lewis, H, 2d Cav.; Nov. 30th,
Robert M Foster, A, 100th ; April 3d,
Wm Facer, E, 11th; April 26, 1864;
Sergeant Barnes Fraxier, E, 2d Cav.;
June 10th, 1864.
C Fowler, A, 100th ; Sept. 22, 1864 ; 9,530.
A Frankenburg, E, 72d ; Sept, 29th, 1864 ;
1 M Forest, L, 21st; Nov. 7, 1864.
Abra Gardner, IX, 100th; March 30th,
ainuei Greek, C,I00th ; April 23d, 1864 ;
"b J Green, C, &th Cav.; May 29th, 1764 ;
Grankaust, G, 6ih Cav.; April 5, 1864;
fl Tf GilleK, G, t'x Cav.: July 26th, 18G4 ;
' M Grsger, H, 124th; Aug. 9, 1864.
G G Greer, D, 49th ; Aug.. 5, 184.
Wm Grant, 1 14th; Jul 13m, 1864;
8'Lgni X Glisson, M, 2d Cav.; Nov.
Th gallant old 2d Ohio Cavalry, who
wars among Custer's boys through tha bril
liant campaigns of Sheridan's cavalry in
Virginia, paased the city, going west, on
Itesonen, Saturday last. They do not know
exactly what they are iiiteiy w i. --"
upon to do in the far West, but will be very
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likely to accompuiii - , ,
orders to do, wiU neatness and dispatch.