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CHrAGO, May 29, 1865.
A desiatch froin New Orleans, dated
the 26th inst., says
The ordnance depot and magazine at
Mobile exploded at two o'clock yeater.
day. The shock was terrific. Tlfe city
was shakesh to'its very foandations.
Eight squares of buildings were des
Five.hundred persons were bpried in
The loss is estim'nated at eight millions
The origin of the explonion has not
MUMPHI8, May 27.
'via CaIRO, May 29, 1865.
Os t e evening of the 24th inst, the
tusin ordnance department, in Marshall's
* *AMthoe,' at Mobile; blerv up with a
About three- hundred peroons were
killed and t"any wounded. Thousands
are buried in the ruina,
* Eight entire squares of the city were
demolbathed, and: about eight thousand
bales of cotwt destroyed.
The steamers Colonel Cowles and
Kate Dale, with all di board, were entire
A grt portion of the business centro
is adly damaged.
The tetat loss is eatimated at three
Goneral Granger rendered prompt. re.
Jief of the auf'erers. .
- The ordnance, sores, which were a
* portion ,of the niwitions of war surren
4Iered by Dick Iaylor, were inu.onree of
removal when it oqcurred..
The entire citj is more o lose njitred
:by the explooipn.
The cause of the explosion is uncer
, A Mov;Xy 0A4saZ OP The
most notable feature of t)he late gr*ud
review at. Washingiton was oeneral
Sherman's moving base ' of.supplies, liie
piqtie and apiusugi but highly q1fcient
plision of forager. and bunm*er--tigose
;industrious gteaners of 'horses, inues,
doiikeys; catl', Aour, 'orn pdtatoe,
pig., sheep., goats, -tureye, chicke~ns,
lducks and'other "unconpidered trifles"
which supplied the i ghtin legions of
Skeiniau on their irarthek tough Geot
gi idown to thopea and thenee through
te Carolina'to tIe fallen espItal' of the
,daflnmotgouthern onfedera . Thtludi.
- oeusgraa*divisitb* of Congers and
1mnmers fAir ishedi a life-like ploture of
- aarmyf Rvasign' carrying the ter.
orof the pinto tO vicit -f tebel.
busmateWN X .016.Te. . .0s
SPaouu.I wtai G . Sp*.
-,d, o~i L(yb qAI'!,
tog of tie
State ". 4 & dentd pro
- as 7 W-to' soys
)?aJr Wallker Taylor a
his-men arrived hereysry
M or esa-he l a p
un 4 a 1etti tapu / 4.
gongE ~Pft, 8th ultimo.
WA 8HINTR NINWa
Jeff. Davis and ireekluridge Indicted for
A Beseb Warrant Issuod for
Now Davis is Confined at For.
Cabinet Council on the Am
Attempt to Assassinate Gen. Duvall at
*0., &c., &c., &c.
JEFP. DAVIS AND BREOKINRIDGE IN*
DICTED FOR THEA8ON-aA WARRAN'
ISSUED'FOR THE ARREST v't THE LATW
Washington, May 26,- 1865--Sepa.
rate bills of Indictnent have been found
by the Grand Jury apinst Jefferson
Davis and John C. Breckinridg- for
high. treason. District Attorney Car.
rington announced the fact in oourt,, and
a bench warrent was issued in the case
of Breckinridge, who is still atilarge.
Davis will be brought before the court
and arraigned within a feir'days:
The indictment found to-day by the
Grand Jury of the Supremo Court" of
the District of Columbia against Jeffer.
son. Davis recites dat Jefferson Davis,
lath of the county of Henrico, In the
Brate of Virginiq, heing an inhabitsnt of
and resident within and owing alle
giance and fidelity to the United States,
wickedly doyising and intending to dis.
turb the peace and to -snbvert the , gov
ernment of the United State, on the let
day of Jun, 1864, at the county. of
Henrico aforesaid, unlawfully, falsely,
maliciously and traitorously, did. com
pass, levy and carry on war and rebelb
lion against the United States, for the
subversion of the govornment, in the
District of Columbia aforesaid, and leau.
gna4in,conspiraoy with a large number
ofinsurgents, andbeig the leader and
commande~n-chief of. said insurgente,
di4 march and proceed to invade the
said county' of' Washington, and then
and there, on the. k-1th day of July,
1864, did make-wat upbn a certain fort
called Fort Stees, did killand wound
alarge number of said troops of thi
United States, ,oontrmry to the duty of
his aid allegiance ahd: fidelity ,to the
United States. .* .
The abqve is the substance of the in.
diotment, omitting the verbiake, 'which
extend' it to a great length.
'i 'STORY O JEFF. )AVIS' RkAADQU:
The story tbt Jeff. Davis ha. - eon
nianaclae# isgt oprreet. qeis co d
in a casetsafe in I~rtres Mouroe,' 4tted
uP for the purpoeg, comprising :wp
kope -hipes Ia gar'd iA the rcom
with his constantiln;ut ihe is not man
acledor 1hiu nivnImen. wiin hn
geon ip any ay, restrlot.
41 by F BvOR0MkNG'AItqz9r wP 0LAs
'he hew amna7 prbelamationt
day gi6neforb Wa Oabliet for ot
IMMsiei. -'Th - terl -are idn V4'y
neAr *ettled,td It Isindwateod that
it w' be pr6din)atg*edia fewfaye
The, rebel prieoneps *ho oayt
.ATrEMPT TO ASSASSINATE GEN. DUVALL.
AT STANTON, VA.
An attempt was made, on the even
ing ot the 18th inst., to assassinate Gen.
P uvall, who is in command at Stanton,
Va. He was just bidding farewell, to
a lady ih&N be had been visiting. The
d6ordnto - the bikck yard was open, add
juSt s he Was shaking hands with thei
lady ashot was fired, the ball passed be
tv4en them; fortunately hitting neither.
An immediate search was made, but
the;iniscreant escaped. Such was the
feeiMg among the soldiers, that if the
shot had taken effect the town' would
have beendestroyed. -
APPO)NTMENT BY THE SUPERINTENDENT
61P TIE FREEDMEN '8 BUREAU.
Major General howard, Superliten
dent of the Freedmen's Bureau, has
made the following appointments of
State coinmissioners, under act or n.
izing the Bureau of Freedmen's A irs,
Virginia'-Captain 0. Brown, AsWs.
North Catolina-Horace James.
South Carolina and Georgia-Major
General Rufas Saxton.
Mississippi. -Nlijor E. Whistl'ay.
Louisiana-Chaplain James W. Con.
Missouri -and Arkansar-Brig. Gen.
J. W. Sprague.
Kentecky and Tennessee-Brig. Gen.
THE QovERNMENT QVONEW ORLEANS.
An effort is being made by prominent,
parties here from New Orleans to have
testored entirely-the supremicy of the
civil authorities there. leaving the mili
tary to Interfete only. when called upon
by the civil officers.
9XPhDITIoN UP ROXNOKK RIVER.
Aq(ing Rear Admiral Radford, corn.
manding the North Atlantic blockading
squadron, has forwarde:l t. the Navy
Department a copy of a letter from
Commander Macomb, givipg the detoils
of a successful expedition up the, Roa.
noke river, North Carolina, by the
lasco, Valley City and picketbot'o. 5,
under commapd of Lieutenant Comman
der Thornton, of the firat named vessel.
Thi expeditio# prgqeededs fqT up the
itank river as the rebel iarval tation
a Nlfax,. and succeeded in;apturig the
steamers Cotton n kqr and Daily,
and the engines qf Cusliid'a. torpedo
boat and an9gher craft of sooe Uind built
by the rebels. The, vessels4 were ladqn
with htaves, corp, fifty bags of cotton,
thtde daseOf g6ods and si barrels of
bratidy.- The oxpeditjonv'OlI fdo d
twenty4hree bales 'of cotton on the
biks of the tiver, which were ta'ken
possesion of and brought off., The Oom
,mnniation of Commander, Thornton
disclosed the -fact that the Roanoke ha,
'been oleared of Obstructions, and a num.
Oer of gmi bunk: by the rebels, :raised.
4 large quantity of rebel cotton is stored
away along thebanks of the river and
will be captured.' The rebel niva. sta
tion 4 lIjhx has been taken po..
Ason. of by our forces, and-wRI U. hdl
uttil furth orodprs.
Whe w6rk of rp1stering oui t)o8rt
JW',Ordet the: vegIments yhbpsp
of setiie-eetphai before thW Rst of
S, h*4 Ue0p ented noni!i4radt.L
The inustei rolls atre being out", W'ei
diness asi" dif as possibNe ' i su .
td"I Wifthin w dkys the whk
4$141(696 out t qi
U V ellio -mli 10
ade- regard fr~WiIt of
Bo to e
0$1%0ihs rdulth M
t~sh MN tmte
empture of the NOW Archives
Arrest. of Geov Vance.,
His Explanation of the Man
nor of his Arrest.
Ihe Rival Candidates En-ute for Wash.
Recovery of the Narpers ?erry Ma.
&c., &c3., &c., &e.
We condense the most iniportant news
from North Carolina in the New York
Hetzld of the 27th ult.,'as annezed.
The archives' of the late rebel Gov.
ernment are stored, under guard, in
Raleigh, N. C. The archives were sut.
rendered by Gen. JoE JovNsToN, aL
Charlotte, N. C.
The place of -the Arrest of Gov,
VANE; of N. C., is now stated to be at
Statesville. Itseerns trom tle account
thie HeraUl has that the Governor offer.
ed to 'surrender himself when General
JOHNSTON surrendered 'this section of
countty, but was refhoed; however'he
went to his house affi awaited' there the
Tse following is the mater in full:
Governor, or ek.Governor, Zebulon
was hrrested on Sunday last,. at his resi.
dence in Statesville, a little village
twenty six rnilos.northeaat of Salisbury.
by a detahment of the. Sixteenth Ken
tucky. under command 6f CaptaiiWells.
He arrived ii town early this morning,
and until his departure tor Wiaehington
-which takes plaOe t6io-mo'w morn
ing-is in c arge of,Colonel Hays, Pro
vost Marshal General of the department.
I met him at Colonel lays' offloptihia
morning, and in a brief interview, He as
gurred me that ho was not arrested as 6
fugitive. During the. recet negotia,
tions at Greensboro ho ha iet General
Schollela and offered to surrelider 'him.
self then, but was refused. With Gen.
eral Schofield's consent he returned to
and remained with 'his family until hie
The order for his arrest probably c4 .
fropi wayhiugtqn, andwas no &obt .d0.
settnined upon i accordance 'Mithhe
piolloy of the goVernmebt, *hich look0
to th arrest o ill leaders of the rebel
Another delgation .has started from
Raleigh to Washington, beinga rival to
that heade4 byW. W. HQo -
Sixty wagons loads o( the MAshin
and other property. takeq ,ystbo
from the Harper's Perry Gpvgrp
buildings, at the cowmMntOnen t ofro
4r.have arrived atRieig 'T io
perty was.used-by the n' feeratesa
Yaptpvhl,1 . C., unti 4loape
agoepf Gen.. $t pAS
ispove4to 1heep vr the~ o
forces dug p~qeso o It.
r - a
NJ ppa riv vbug? It
isi reedzes.- e ma prete A
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