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WASHINGTON. D. 0.. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1863.
Single coplss, 1 mu,
LL paper for The public printing.
OrricK BvrmirrnroBirr Public Pvixtixo,
WfcihlnjloQ, May 1, 1891.
In pursuance of the provisions of tha aavanth
section of the "Joint Resolution in relation to the
Publto PrtntlAiTi" approved June M, two, seat
ed proposals will bo rceelved at thli offlce, until
WrDNFSDAY.theUtiUr of JULY, lft&aV t 19
o'clock, for furnish In the PAPER that mart re
quired forth public printing, for tha year ending
wu iu niuif vi vwnuuf r lent
inasumointxiuii 1pec1r.es, as nearly aa can M
ascertained, thequant ity of each kind of paper that
will b required)
CU.IS 1 UKCAL1KDKRED PRIMTIKQ PIPXIt.
14,000 reams fine printing paper, uncalenderedtto
measure 34 by 18 Inchet , and to welrh fifty pound 1
to the ream it 000 sheets.
CLASS 2 CILEXDIRKD rBtlfTtlfO PAF1R.
f. 000 reama Una mint inr natxr. aalandtrcd. to
measure 34 by as loehes, and to weigh nft)-ela
nenndi to tha- rajtm of fiOG ahta.
AgreeaDir to ia provisions 01 ine joint resoiu
tlon aforesaid, samples of the character and qual
ify 01 ma paper rcnuirm lor me aoore classes win
b farnlihed to applicants therefor, Thli paper !
to vm put on in quires 01 vwt niynve sneeis eacn,
And In bundle or two teama vaehi caeh ream to
contain 000 perfttt srtuetf. Ualrormlty In color,
thickness, and ,wtlgh( will b required! and no
buodle (exclusive of wrapper,) varying over or
under fir tver eent. from the standard welirht will
be received, and the groei will In all a,ea be re
fluirta nuxincoi various inicKnceiee in meeame
bundle to make up the weight will be considered
t a Tioiatien 01 the contract j
CUBS 3 SirtD AlfD CALENDERED PRINTf
COO reama superfine printing paper, hard-slicd
and euper calendered, to measure 34 by Inches,
and to weigh fifty pound's to the ream of 600 sheets.
I CLASS 4 MAP PAPER.
3.000 reams superfine maD paper, sized and cal
endered, of tueh tlxea aa way be required, corres
ponding In weight with paper measuring 19 by 84
1 Inches, and weighing twenty pounds per ream of
CLASS 6 PLATE PAPER.
600 reams superfine plate paper, it by 91 Inches,
1 and of such weight per ream aa may be required.
CLASS 0WR1TINO PAPIR.
3,000 reams quarto post, 10 by is Inches.
3,000 reams flat cap, 13 by lsf Inches
1,000 reams double cap, l)J by 36 Inches.
600 reama demy, 1 by 2uV Inches
1,000 reama double demy, 20 , by 33 Inches
1,000 reams folio-post, 17 by 22 Inches.
1,000 reams double folio, sa by 34 Inches
300 reams medium. IS by 33 Inches.
100 reams royal, 19 by 24 Inches
100 reams Imperial, saf by 31 Inches
300 reams cover paper, assorted colors, 19 by 34
1 CLASS 7 PAPER FOR POST OIFICE BLAMES.
10,000 reams, 16 by 36 Inches, to welsh twenty-three
pounds per ream
3,000 reams, 18 by 39 Inches, to weigh twenty-six
pounds per ream
100 reams, 19 by 33 Inches, to weigh twenty-four
pounds per ream.
300 reams, 18 by 18 Inches, to weigh twenty-two
pounds per ream.
800 reams, 13 by 18 Inches, to weigh twelre
pounds per ream
CLASS & PAPER TOR ARMT BLANKS.
13,000 reams, 33 by 36 Inches, to weigh forty pounds
6,000 reams, 31 by 3t inches, to weigh thirty-two
pounds per ream
3,000 reams, 11 by ta inches, to weigh twent-three
pounds per ream
ltooo reams, so by 34 Inches, to weigh twenty-three
pounds per rum
1,000 reams, 31 by Winches, to weigh twenty-two
pounds per ream
All the papers designated In classes 4, fi 6, 7, and
8 must contain 480 perfect sheets to the ream, and
nn " aulMidjf " fiiilrra. Ther are to be of the best
materials, free from adulteration, finished In the
best manner, cut to a true edge, and aecurely and
substantially enveloped. The papers In class 6 are
to be white or blue, laid flat, and or such weights
as mar be required by this office. Those in classes
9, 4, 6, 7, and 8 are to be white, and or the aUes and
wlrM. .nciflel In tha achedule. The papers In
slass 7, or portions thereof, ma) be required double
the site therein specified, with a correspondlngde-
crease in me numocr 01 reams wvnuunru io
papers in class 8, It will be perceived, are of large
.nrl ItsiAi vwMUti btnr Intended for arinv
blanks, they must be made ol the best stock, of
lOOg nDCr, BO as IO .1101 irequeu, imuiug nuu uir
The rlihlli reserved of ordering nsstf ror Itn
nuanuip 01 encn nnu ivrtinutfiuBiintituiwi m
all the classes, to be furnished at such times and
In such quantities as the public service may re-
Each class will be considered separately, and be
subject to a separate contract! but bidders may
oiler for one or more of the classes In the same
NnntAnnuIi will be considered unless aecom-
n(ui bv th ru.ra.ntea that the bidder or bidders.
r hi. nr f hair uroDoaal shall be accented, will enter
iniiitn ohiirfttlon. with rood and sufficient sure
ties, to furnish the artlclesproposed Dlank lorms
for proposals will be furnished at this office, and
none will be taken Into consideration unless sub
All the paper In the several classes must be de
llrered at such place as may be designated In Wash
ington city, (exoept that In class 7. about one-third
or which must be delivered at Buffalo, In the State
of New York, and the residue In the city of Wash
ington.) la good order, free of all and every eatra
charge or expense, and subject to the Inspection,
count, weight, and measurement of the superin
tendent, and be in all respects satisfactory
Bidders are required to furnish, with their pro
posals, samples of not less than one quire of each
of the kinds of paper bid for, and upon which their
proposals mny VO UR.cu,ccrJt iu vtAiava 1 biiu
The successful bidders will be required rigUJ) to
conform to their samples. n
Proposals will be addressed to "JOHN D DK
FRFFE, superintendent of the Publlo Trlntlng,
Washington," and Indorsed " Proposals for Su(
American, Baltimore i Inquli. and American,
Philadelphia) Tribune, New York; Journal, Boston t
Osteite, Cincinnati) ana Tribune, Chicago, will
publish the above once a week ror nine weeks
UOVO8AL8 FOlfllAY. STHAW,
AsitrraifT Quartebmaiter's Oiru e,
LorwT O and'iU ttrtttt,
Wdthington. D C , April 16, lbJ3.
Wairrcir PnorosALsare lnMtrd lor furnishing
MAY, STRAW. OATS, and CORN, for the use ol
this Depot, to be entered at ihe Railroad Depot,
or at anfof the Government wharves In this clt)
The proposals to be addressed to the undersigned,
and they should state the quantity of each article
onered, also the price aad the date ofdell ery
Proposals will be received for five thousand
(8,000) bushels of Corn and Oats, and rt(t) (fio) tons
of Kay and Straw, and upwards, unless It should
be for the Interest of the Government to contract
for a less amount
All grain to be put up In good sacks, of about
two (i) bushels each, which are to bo furnished at
the oost of the contractor.
The Hay and Straw to be securely baled
All -Grain and Hay offered to be subject to a rigid
Inspection by the Government inspector
f'nnti-aM. will t iwnrdctl from lime lo time to
the lowest responsible bidders, as the Interests of
the service my require
Good security will be required for the faithful
fulfilment of any contract wade under thlsadter
tlsement Payment to be made at the completion of the
contract 8 C BROWN,
Cant and Assistant Quartermaster, USA.
ap 17 3 m
S" TAT ION HOUSE
scaled Proposals will be receh ed at the oillce
of the Supcrlntendeot of Metropolitan Polite, 610
lsventh street west, until i RIDA Y, May 33d, at
13 o'clock noon, fur the erection of one station
House (In accordance with tho act approved March
14th, 1801), to be located on south I street, be
tween east Mfth and Sixth streets
Propusala will be endoi sed ' Building Committee
on Station Ik uses," and will include all work and
materials specified as necossu) for completion or
the building, read) for occupancj, and name the
shertest time required for such completion, ac
iordlog to the plans and i.teclfUfitlons, which can
be seeu at the otlice of the Superintendent or
Police, from this date
When a bid is made in the name of a firm, the
name or each prrton composing satd firm, or tntrr
tttrd thtrtin must be signed to the bid . otherwise
It will not be considered An oath 01 allegiance
must accompany each bid
The Committee reserve the right, conferred b)
the act aforesaid, to reject such bids aa ma) nut
be deemed "adt antageous" to the Interests of the
Corporation ... ..
Securlt) te the amount of dsuble the contract
will be required from the successful bidden eal 1
security to consist of a bond, signed by two persons
known to be abundantly responsible, for tke faith
ful performance of the contract, within the time
sLecIfled, and the exaction of suitable forrdt for
ch day's falling to complete the building wlthlu
the time specified
JOSEPH V BROUN,
PrclUeot So.Mor AM.rm.a
ALEX. R. iHKPHKBD,
PrMldut Dou4 of Common Oouooll,
mj wm DuUdlDi CaomlttM.
AHTHIUCITE COAL FOR TIIB
Bureau eftfOtpMntf mud Rtcrufttng.
, . V . Majf L 1863.
aFAf.rn proposal for fnnlahlnr Anthra
cite Coat for the Navy, to be delivered during the
fiscal year ending loth June. 1864, will be received
at this Bureau until I o'clock, the 6th day of June,
These proposals must M endorsed w FrepoiaJifor
AntSrirtit tWwSfuvri," that they may be dis
tinguished from other business letters.
The oOtr must be for the delivery of 100,000 tons,
of i0 pounds.
The coal must be of the best Buck Mountain, or
Black? Heath, or of a kind equal to them In all re
spects for the purpose Intended, which equality
will be determined rby a board appointed by the
Secretary of the Navy, after the reception of the
The name of the coal proposed to be furnished
nruit be stated In the offer
It is to be delivered in lumps of suitable size for
naval steamers lean of uniform quality; selected
free from Impurities; unmixed) of which the eon
tractor will be required to futnlah such evidence
as will be satisfactory! And be subject to such In
spectlon. as to quality and quantity, ae the De
partment may direct. The coal must, In all re
spects, be satisfactory to the Inspector, or Inspect
ors, to be appointed by the Bureau, who will nave
the right ol peremptory rejection
The coal Is to be delivered on board Vessels at
such place, In the port of Philadelphia as may be
dealrnated by the Bureau, and In such nu an titles
and at suoh times as. In the opinion of the Bureau,
the exigencies of the service may require com
mencing when the vessel Is reported ready to re
ceive cargo, furnishing, if demanded, not less than
i.wuiona per nay, 10 oeuiairiouiou 10 eacn vessel,
aa may be directed, until the loading Is completed.
Proposals will likewise be received for the de
livery of 30,000 tons or the same quality of coal, to
be delivered In the Dort of New York, on board
vessels aa at PhlladelDhla.
in me case or tenure to oem er ins coal in nroner
quantity, of the proper quality, and at the proper
time and place, the Bureau will reserve la the con
tract the right to purchase forthwith, at the con
tractor's risk and expense, that which may be ne
cessary to auppiy ute upucirnc.
Any uemurraaje ur uiuer cnarge 10 wnicn me
Naw Department may be subjected from delav in
the prompt delivery ef the coal by the contractors
win ue ucuucicu iruu mvir unia.
The price must be for the coal delivered on board
vessels, on the terms and conditions above stated.
at the contractor's risk and exnenae. and without
extra charge of any kind
ins oner, as required Dy law, must vq accompa- '
oled by a written guarantee, signed by one or more
responsible persons, to ti e ctlect that they under
take that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their
diu or nccrjueu, rnier iniu uuugnuon in sucn iirae
as may be prescribed b) the Bureau, with rood and I
sufficient sureties, to furnish the supplies pro
posed. No proposition wlU be considered unless aooom-
rtanled bv such ruarantee 1 and the Den art m en t re.
.mn th. rlrhf t.njM.1 lh. ottfMf oi.w. I
ered to be to t
a th lnternt ol the lerrke to do io i
Two or more sureties. In a sum eaual to tha
amount specified to be psld, will be required to 1
sign the contract, and their responsibility will be
certified by a Untied Sttfti DittrM Judge, Inited
iall Vitirict Attorney, VotUctor, or ffa try Agent.
As additional and collateral security, twenty I
per cent, will be withheld from the amount of I
all payments, which reservation la Lot to be paid
except b authorlt) of the Secretary or the Navj,
pntllthe contract shall have been lo all respects
complied with and the remaining eighty per cent.,
or other amount that may be due upon each bill,
will, when a proper certificate Is furnished by the 1
Inspector, and the bill approved by tha Bureau, be
paid b such Navy Agents as the contractor may '
name within ten da) s after the warrants for the
same shall hav e Ken passed by the Secretary of the ,
It will be stipulated In the contract that if de
fault be made in tho delivery of the coal In the
auantlty. of the quality, and at theplaie and time
irected by the Bureau, then, and In that ease, the
contractor andhls sureties will forfeit and pay to
the United States, as liquidated damages, a sum of
money not exceeding twice the conlcaet price,
which may be recovered from time to rue, ac
cording to the act or acts of Congress la that case
Bidders whose proposals shall be accepted, and
none other, will be notified, and as early as practi-
cable a contract will he transmitted to them, which
they will be required to execute within ten dj s
Darned by them. '
The form of otter, ruarantee, and certificate Is
loroi of Offtr.
I. (or we,) of -. state of ,
hereby agree to furnish anddeiiv er thousand
tons of anthracite coaI for steamer's use at I
, at the rate or per too, or 2,3 w pounds,
amounting to - dollars) the whole la conform
ity with the provisions and tortus of the advertise
ment of the of April 1881. from the Navy Depart-
meat, and hereunto appended.
Should my (or our) offer he accepted, I (or we) '
request to be Informed at , aod that the
contract inav he forwarded lo for signatures
and certificate. '
(Signed) A. a
form oj uwiranitt.
We, the undersigned, rrsidentsoi -
the Slate of-
', and -
ln the State of -
in ine amir ui - , uciiuj juiunj nuu as-,
crAllt covenant with the bolted States and auar
-, hereb) Joint Ij and sev
anty, that In case the foregoing bid of be ac
cepted, will, within ten da s after the receipt
of the contract at , execute trie same, with good
and sufficient sureties for the deliver) or the an
thracite coal proposed In compliance with the I
tfrmi nf tl adrertlaement of tha of Anrll. ltxtt.
hereto appended, and under which It was made, !
and In caae the said shall fall to enter Into I
the contract aforesaid, we guarantv to make good
the dlllereuce between theulferof the said
ami that which mar I Aoifuted
I bercbv cert If j that to the best of m) knowlelge i
and belief the above-named guarantors nod
nre good ana sumcicni
isicofj) a ii
To be signed bj the United SUtes district Judge,
United States district attorae), i.ollector, or n.)
agent ii 4 ww
Washington City. March 19. 1883
Owners of steam vessels are invited to send to I
the Quartermaster General's Oillce tenders foi
their charter or sale
Tenlers should contain descriptions of the ves
sels, their dimension!, enrolled or registered ton
nage, actual carr) Ing capacity, material, whether
Iron or copper fastened, sUe and power of en
gines and boilers! and should state the price at
which they arc orfered for long or short charter, I
with the estimated value of the vessel la caseul)
las,or Incaso the Government should prefer to ,
purchase Instead of chartering !
Owners of steam vessels already In the service
of the Quartermaster's Depart meat are requested
to make known to the Department any reduction i
In their present rates whUh the) mav be willing
to grant, and also the price at which they wilt be
willing to sell them
All such tenders should be addressed to the
Quartermaster General of the United States, at
Washington, and should be endorsod " Proposals
for charter or sale of steamers "
When received, may win he considered, ana me
Dcnartment will endeavor to reduce the heavy ex
pense attending army transportation upon the
ocean and tldo-waters, by substituting, wherever
it can do so, cheaper v essvls of equal capacity for
those now employed. M C MhIGS,
mar .vt m iunritriuai;r uuvits
,ii;.ym:i) puopobalh auk in-
i; tlisMJ uu inr juiii 01 i a i, iwj, at i
unlock M . for ftiriilahlng the Kubslsfeuce Depart
ment with 20,000 1IAHULL? OP LULJl
Ulds will be received for what Is known as No I,
Nu 2. and No 3. and for anv portion less than the
,vw umiBn ......
Illds for dlllererl gra Us should be upon separate
ifota of DAner
The delivery of the Flour to be commenced on
the 10th day or June, or as soon thereafter as the
(jovtrnment ma) direct, at the rate of tJOO barrels
UiUl),ucilvereuennrr ri ine uovernmeni ware- when notice Is so given, dead Government ani
tuu.e, In Georgetown, at the wharves, or at the mftt wln promptlv removed, aud receipt In
11 ' l J.V. "-"f -T ' .9 - ,.,.... duplicate given b) Ihe teamsters .
rrtj II1S71IS U.S. w - .'. ., m ui niuiuini-
ness, or such other hinds as the Government may
is... ...III I m mauls In n.rllHn.l.s nl In.UML
ihsunnl (..overnmeut Inspection will be made
jiiit belore the Hour ls received
An oath of allegiance must accompany each bid
previouny laucn m ii'i, "s ih ., us
t-.r...! t i.eistra nnt nreaent tu resnond
ha imrtK a tn tif new and heitdlliied
lUdsloleilirectedloCtilONiJL A lil-CKWITH,
ADC emit S I' 8 A, Washington, aud in-
doraed' Proposals for Hour" ni) 16 dtwth
WASHINGTON AND ALKXANDRIA
V-.S, a n
IM steamers ouag America," Capt Talb,,tt,
ana " Diary r napie),- -, iavi-, ",
and aner foONDAV May 4. commence their regu-
lar tripe between Washington and Alexandria, at
1 (.'fllrtfllr In tha mnrnlnr. making trlDS eVtrV AOUT
...,-.,. .i- ...tn ni.iiult n ths tvanln.
wTviHDiflToi, Mart. 19M. mayV-tl
AILHOAD inON FOn BALE.
U 9. MiLtTAiv RaIlhoad Orrirf. J
SSOOstreet. WASiimaTOH,&Uy 13. 1863 t
The tmdersirned will recelt e sealed bids for the
purchase of 93S 9304340 tone or new RAILROAD
IRON, 60 pounds to the yard.
3C6 734-TU0 tons of the above Is at the Cambria
Mills, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and the balance.
671 306-3340 Is at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
In ease a bid Is accepted, the party making the
tame will be notified as soon as practicable. If
witnin ten oays alter such notice the party shall
fall to make payment lo Government funds to the
undersigned, the Iron for which said bid was mide
shall be subject te sale to any other person
All bids must be sealed and directed to the under
signed, Waehlagton, D. C, and indorsed "Bids for
Railroad Iron "
The right to reject any and all bids la expressly
Bids will be received aa above Invited until June
6, at which time a decision will be given.
11 1 KUUfNSUn,
Captain and A. Q. M
IUIOADWAT AND TWELPTII HTnKKT,
(iitiunc xo. 43 Twnnn strict.)
IONDUCTKD ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
ysuiLiEs on traxsikst a vests.
Dtng lo Ui Lmmlt.t. vlcloltjr of
A. T. STEWART'S
tttw .od MAgDlAfl.Dt (up-town) store,
W.U.ck's The.tr., Dnloii8qa.r.,Aci,e
QEOnOK W. HUNT,
(L.U of the Dreroort House )
.pr 20 lm
SIX FXR CEIT UONDB
,.. '."V ""r, .""" ""'"
TWENTY YEARS FROM DATE,
""" "'" " " "" "" " " - I
TIIB COUPON BONDS,
In sums ol
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
THE ItKGISTKIlKD DONHS,
In sums of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
TEN InOUSAND DOLLARS,
INTERFST COMMENCING AT DATE OF PUR-
And payable earni-annually
These Bonds are the
CHEAPEST GOVERNMENT SECURITY
now in the market,
I The Interest, at present price of eola, belcr equlv-
' leot to " pK Cemt ,0 "ocy.
rnn mr nv
FOR SALE BV
JAY COOKE CO.,
4S3 Fifteenth Street,
ARMY AND NAVY VOVCUERSt
CQtN CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE,
d 10 tf
TTNITEl) BTATKS 5-50 UONDB.
IUTTENHOU8E, FANT CO., BANKEU8,
331 Penusylvaiila Avenne.
We will furnish, at pah,
UNITPD STATJ S
SIX 1'EH KNT. BOND,
IVTKRST rvADlE in (.Ul n
The privilege of subscribing for these houds at
par will cease on 1st July, isu
directly to the Natlcnal Treasury
iUf money inrcaicu iu iiiciu liiriniKit ua guca
U. S. UK VENUE.
NITKI) STATK8 KKVEN l K STA M I
roll riTOR's Oll E 01 iNTEHNAl RcVENUT,
,No i'.a Seveuth street,
Iktween K and K streets
This oHUe havlngUen designated b) the Com-
mlsslnnrrnf Intrnnl Uovflilii SB the DflMlallorV
' fur furnlahlnir Inllcd states Internal Hcvenue
stamns. a lull sunnlv nf everv kind and denomina
tion win ntrrrniit r ie ilkui cuniiauuv uu iinuu.
The following discount will be made
On purchases of f do, r more, 2 per centum.
On purchases of (lot), or more, I per centum.
Ou purchases of AfiOO, or more, 4 per centum
Stami) Denoaitarv sod Collector of
Internal Revenue for D ('
SOLDIERX RLLIEF ASSOCIATION.
Otflee, No 8J0 street, cor ThtrUuith
Coumunivatlons to l-e addressed lo
J. W. HATHAWAY,
ft 1-W (T tall ho BU. Wa-hlisrt.i i.
TTNION CLAIM AOKNCY
LOEWENTnAL & WAHHEN,
401 Pcuusylvaule, Avcuue,
Washington, D C ,
Procure Penslous, Bounties, Back Pay, Arrears ol
Pay. for o dicers and men
Advanoe on OtUoers' fay Acoouuts. Charges
moderate. Information given graiuuousiy,
COHNCRO AND 21 STREETS,
Waihixuton. D C . RUv 13th. 1831
NOTICK is nereo) given io mi inriom .in
charge of horses belonging to the United St.
i. ,. nnaHirmsil.'. I imtrtiiissnt will nn
NOTICE is hereb) given to all persons having
I r..monsU..e for the removalor dead animals unless
I immediate notice of their death Is gh en John H
j oerinRO, superintendent Mneteenthstreet stables
isj..tv b " I " - ,, n rancv
., u ,ntl Ii
maylS 2w Capt A Q M
riiifl is to mu Nona; that
the aubs rlter liasol'talned frointhe Orphan
il from the umnan s
eoun ni vvasmngion couuiv
in tli. ntnlrlct or
tolumbla, letters of administration on thi person
ftiesrateoi Kllianein aiiiuogs, laie oi inr cuhiiij
ft foresail), decerned All psmons having claims
htblt the same, with the vouchers therenf, to the
,UUserlber, on or berore Ihe 9lh da) of Ma) neati
tiej mnj otherwise b) law l excluded frem all
against me sum ueteabeu, are neiein wnnieu "' rv
benent o( ine aia earnie
I Given under ni) hand thii iihda or Ma,lS
JAiVIh S It Jllra,
1 jny ll-Uwlw- Administrator
No. ni Pre. Ave-, WAjemeTot. D. C.
I bwika bound I
Books bound I every styla Tuksy, Moroeeo
I nsU aad C4U. HI
T ALICE CAEffs
In the windy, wild November,
Fre the night-fowl sung for morn,
Glowed the east with red and amter(
Lilian being to be born
Radiant with heavenly splendor.
Radiant with light she came ;
And we chose the Illy tender,
A&d we gave It for a name
To our darling
All with golden-colored tresses,
Falling round her tike a veil 1
AH with dewy warmth of kisses
On her cheek so sweet and pnle,
Grew the maiden
Milk-white fingers for caressing,
Timid eyes or trusting blue ,
Heart to bless and to be blessing,
Beating evermore so true,
With love laden.
Dreaming, dreaming, ever dreaming,
Both at dawn and daylight's clote,
Hope within her future gleaming
Gaily as a summer rose,
Ripe for blooming
Tlnlng, pining, ev rr pining,
Both at dawn and at night,
On her eouch of pain reclining,
Frail, and faded illy white -Death
In the w I tidy, wild Marth morning,
Kre the earliest bird had sung
4dfiJRr the light so slowl) burning
Through the clouds that lowly hung
Dim a-d chill)
On her bed, but not a dreaming,
On her pillows white as snow,
Gone from all the tove-ltgut gleaming
Gone from hope's Illusive glow,
Lay our Lily.
tieii Hunter upon Colored Noldlers.
flov. Andrew haa received a Idler from MaJ.
Gen. Hunter upon the subject of negro noldlcra,
from wlileh we eitract the following
I am happy to Ixs able to onnounco to you
my complete and eminent satisfaction with tau
results of the organization of negro recipients
In this depart m cut. In the field, so far as trial,
they havo proved biavc, active, enduring, and
energetic, frequently out-running, by their zeal
and familiarity with the Southern cmntrv, tho
restrictions deemed prudent by certain ol thtlr
o flics rs. They Lave never disgraced thtlr uni
form by plllago or cruelty, but hnvu so con
ducted themselves, upon tho whole, that cvin
our enemies, though more anxious to find fault
with thcfle than with sny other portion or our
tlicni .ItiLrto vlnlAilnn of im of tliu ruin, of
IlTlHiri wiVfare? I
Thuso rcgluicntl aro hard, xutrous, tcm-
perate, patleut, strictly obedient, possessing
tfnat natural aptitude fpr arms, and deqdy
ifnat natural aptlludo for urnii, and tleiply """ uu i''"J"' "J ' fi"ia ""
linbned with that rellglou. cutlmint-call it ' "'"(.'nlUrcnt th.rgtr. Ajlmlral hrr.gnt ur
fanatlcl, .uch .. llfc-nhlrh made the .ol-1 . " O. u. o h afternoon o Sun
,M,.r. nffrnm..rfl In.lnclMn. Tl.v i iic,
that now is the time annolntod brOod for their
tho heroic Incitement
m ri.M., or.lmtvliiir
'!H ." iSi J i,tih
ueiiTerancci ana under l
of this faith, I hellers the:
a courage and penlfttoucy ol purpose which
iSiKh. r ortmoo.h , o'; and a.i: Alexandria, Fori D. U..y on the' phlea of tta battle of Charleston harbor.
miration Kttl rlTer? WttS demolished, alter a light, and a Charletton Jrrciirj.
..' ... ' n.linl I'liiinfiiit nlan rATitnrrL Affsr tint futti urn . mwkTs.twT nr vrnrn it. viitantivoi
Bounce to' foS lhat'tLe f Brelud cis oYcJrtaln of on lhc moinlng of tho 0th, of Alexandria, bj ' A .oldkrofau Ohio regiment taken at Rome, rendu or out their way out, they had no oil,. -S
whits. Jot . ol. on wtdneds, la.t, Male ' Ue.u.tlrc My, roo,.. Ktta-. m.v all u
dl.peus.blo allle. arc rapidly aoflenlns or
The Abstracted Texan Bond Ceae
A decision has been made in tho Supremo
Court, at New York.speelal term, before Judgo
Leonard, In tho United States and John Clsro
against Theodoro Victor, ct al., adverse to the
former. It will bo remembered that the plalu
tiffs In this suit obtained an injunction re
straining tho defenders from proceeding with
an action to recover damages from Mr. Cisco,
who had retained certain United States bouds,
thev were tho urODertv or Ibo Stalo of
. i..r,.. .1,. .,i.vi r-A, 11,. I'-im 1
s, beforo she seceded from tho Lnlto.l
States, and that the j had bcru abstracted from ,,, vicklnirj batteries, ti hlcli nplodnil l.r- olllcer Ii 1 sli-ill conimand ncKroes for nillllar) all " longed to them, and not 1 1 him
the Slate Treasury. A motion was uiadi to rlllially. .1 nlco aualut Ihe Coufidtralu Mali., nhlii 1 Hurlnic tin- ride to duluea's hi' ramiililni I
dlssoks this Injunction, which the Judge has ' Kroiu eHlon thev folloed the railroad to laplutul, shall In- put to ihath, jn.1 ncrou croatli l luai, and, Insldcs ct applli aiiou
lirantcd wllh 10 costs. 'Mirldlan, hurului; all the brld;ti thence south tliu.rnpiurnl shall be dclluri 1 to Slucaiuhor. to the wound, lieeeiil "lit a wrt cloih 1, a.
Tho Judge holds that tho plaintiffs became mi thu Mobile and Olllo Railroad to Elltcrprl.i, 1 libs lo be dealt with auonllu); t 1 the prim lit piled In his louuib, wlilili iras ilnin pul 1
lhowroni:docis when Ihei rtalntdlhi bonds where Ihey dislr.md Ihe rebel ordnaminvork., I or lulure I iws of the blale " 10 his rril, I, as he i-tpn-siil It He sb, I
which had been snbralltcd liilhrm for Inspec 1 them e baik to Neman, and burueJ all Hi. The nbil M ij.ir I'nnili u Is on th, pinpdbr Moudjj nhi, ami u lih rillsh 11m m
tlon. Tho plalntltTs were not under unj olill. 1 brldi;ci Ihcnec in JaikBoii.lucIudloj; tho treat 'WelJou, wllh tno humlnd and llfl oilier prls l"jT
callons to tho Blato of Texas lo nlaln the Inldse mtr l'iarl ilir, aud ni ar Jai k.011 loic oners, bound 10 lib huiond lor evhau.'e lb ,, ' "''' '. "" "ouml. i re dolni; .i 1
F . .... . 1. .. ri. .. 1 ......., ...1, in... 1. ... e ii- t.. ..i. .. .r 11... I ..ni., tn.. Ill ask il. ' t ail ou ti II ine. noiu 1 11.1 mteir
iionds. nor would tnev incur ant iiaoiiiu 10
.. . . . . . ,
auts. The puintliTs canuot beronu v 1 n 11 teem
for the protection of sujiposid rights on the
part of Texas which that btaic doa not think
proper lo claim or enforce.
11 will uo onserveu, saya ino sJiuie. urn ine
United Statea make no claim lo the bouds on
their own behalf, nor Is it sujosid that the
United Ht rites havo any clalni, xiept biich an
may arise from the rebellious attitude, nssuuud
by the State of Texas. No atttmi t ia made to
claim the bonds on uuy such ground, although
somo reference Is made to the aiimnalom con
dition of Texas arising from the rebellion.
There U nothing to give this otni uiiv Juris
diction ou any such ground.
A llomautlc Iurtdcut,
Mr. Thurlow Weed relates in the Albanv
Journal the following romantic indduit. In
connection with a mend or his, r iniiv de
ceased. The Incident haa a loc l Interest .
In his history there U a romuue so well
known to his friends that we can 0 no obji c
tiou to its conslitutlnir riart of hi bltujry
More than forty years ago, In the village of
M annus, two mi reliant clerks Liiaries Wil
liams and lllchard 1. Hopkins were suitors
for tho hand of Miss Phelps, an accomplished
young lady of that village. Tluv wire Inti
mate friends, and each so cxctlluit In t lui at
ter, aud so attractive in person and inuuueis,
that a young lady might wilt be imlurrastinl
tu hrr choice, exclaiming
' How hippy coul l I he with t Ithe
Were t other dear charmer kwkj
Uut a decision was linallj made In HU hurd s
favor. This caused no Jar. howi vtr. in then 1 1-
llonsof the trio. Hopklus went with hlsvoung
wife to Chautauq.ua county, and MUlluins lo
new xorK, wnero, attor vcara 01 iierKsnin,
he went into buslucss aud was snectssful.
Many yeurs afterward Hopklus (ailed, aud be
came, tlist a etirk. and then a Djrluir of Nil-,
Hams, tn New York, Somo lilticu iars ano,
Mr. Williams married tho daughter of Mr
Hopkins, his early rival, and the daughbrof
his first attachment, Mkuthe mol Inr, shu was
accomplished and estimable. The pirilet. wire
alwaye happy becausn they writ trulv good
Mr. lLopKins uieuin uincinnaii. Mr. niuminft
retired from business several vtar ul,, uud
resides at Stamford, Ct.
CONrEDEllATrs KlILEI) jlNU WotflliKIl
Col. McDowell, of the Fifty-fourth North t aro
llna regiment, wounded In the laiebattUs.dUd
at Fredericksburg last Sutmduv, diu Hoke,
nf North Carolina, was wounded, Col 1- Mai-
lory und Ma. auuiiers, of the t kttv tilth lr
glula nglmeut, wire killed, Unit Col II K
Chrlston.ofthe same nglmint, andt ol t'hlllp
Cook. Fourth fleorcla. wounded.
The Richmond bintin I of tho 12th snvs lhal
Laws (N. C ) brlirado lost W killed and
woundnJaud US missing initio bnttleof ( ban-
leliorsvuie, or a toiai ca ju per ceut i lis in
Hast thou so keen a poison 1 Let me he
Keener to slay thee, lest thou poison me '
CAPTURE OF ALEXANDRIA, LA.
A GUNBOAT TAKEN BY FARRAGUT.
GRIKItSON'S GRCVT CAVALRY It I ID.
lie Cuts all the Miss Railroad?.
Arrives Safely at Baton Rouge,
Brings with Him Much Spoil.
.Newspaper Troubles In New Orleans,
New York, May 17. The steamer (Jeorge
Washington, from Nlw Orleans 011 the IO1I1,
arrived this afternoon. Among the passengers
Is Col. Jonas II, French.
An Opclouias letter of the 5th Inatanl slates
that Information from (Iranddulf ami the gun
boat fleet under AdmiralPorterhasbcunreielved
there, w 1th detail of Us rapture, and the cap
ture of Port Gibson by Gen. Usterhaus. When
the latter waa ncarlng Port Hudson, hu was met
bj hundreds of families fleeing from the Interior
to escape the raid of the Illinois cavalr)t and
the prcvulent opinion among secessionists wna
that Port Gibson wan the safest place In that
region. The ilamaga done by our cavalry raid
It was rumored at Opelousas that Port Hud
son had been evacuated.
Lieut. A C Hills, the editor of tho New Or
leans Va, has bven pliced under Hrrcst for
havlug allowed n ftuefltlounble article to be pub
lished Ja that paper.
John E. Hayes and T. P. Tracey, of the Fra,
have been expelled from Nmv Orleana lor
writing and publishing the same article.
Quito nu excitement oicnrrc d on the cvenlog
of the 7lU, at the opera, occasioned by the au
dience demanding that national airs bt placed,
but nothing serious resulted.
General Sherman has ordered all place of
amusstnent hcreafu r to submit their pro
grammes to the Provost Marshal prior to the
JHTforuiancc, and suggested thul national alra
Cant. Howard Dwlcht. adlutant cenoral on
Brigadier General Andrew's stall", died sudden
ly on me an mst. uapi. uwignt was u "Bos
ton boy," brother of Urlgadicr General Dwlght,
and formerly u captain In the Missouri Union
cavalry. The funeral took placu at New Or
leans on the Dili Instant, und his body was
pluced on board tho steamer George Pea body,
uirccieu 10 uis lamer in uoston
i no rra oi me luin munuous u rumor mat
ort "''Jon wns homUnrdY'd by our licet on
"" nlKht of ,ll S"' ln,,"nl aai lJ1 Al Ulc 0lh-1
"u unweou uaa airivtu jtew vr cans
ana bJ l'rc-euled by tho Unionists wllh a
"J, i"u uui, iroiu ura.uc.rv.iiy. 1I1U Aunurut
om b'. officers left the nagahlp in Ked rUer,
an Ula officers left tho Ilau'.hlp in KeUrUer.
' "ni1 hrlDb's l,1 Important lntollliccm o that
I AliwndrTa wa, captured on IhoStli liy Admiral
1 Vortix'a Diet and part of bis own. I'rlor lo ilia
part of his own. I'rlor to the
' i'cnul ""'", aiuaia imo tie place, tu us
luniiiti n juucin'ii ui rnrraKui's nuu ueueiai
,run .luuvoi I IUI.II junvrs in ifluiuio tu ItlLUIIItJIJII, anil iruiii
Opilousas dates of the 0th state our urui ' theneu to City Point,
there on tho march. General Owlght'n brigade I borne av n out on thu mareh and could pro
was supposod lobe In Alexandria, and Generals cced uo lurtbir. A membir of the TwcuLlelb
Emory, Weitzel, andfirover, with their fortis
wire close behind.
I A Uatou Kouire letter of .Ma 2d slates that
joi urierson-s ioree, tuo aiztn ana seventh ll
iiuois cuvuiryanna nauery, numoering some
IKK) nun, follow cd by several hundred negrots
. - Uip number of prisoners, rode into 'be
city ou thai day. The) left Lagrange on the,
lbth or April, burned rebel stores and the rail -
road dcimtal Okolona. and Lhodinot and tmi
, and an ordnance Iraln nt l!vlon, on tnt
Charleston and VlcksbiirB ltallruad. Tho or.l
I ., ........ ,.
ui i,o ,,,,i.b , i,., . ih,.iii.d mc imn,ui m.
!.. l..lut.. tl.. II.. ... I.. 1 .... . .. ! r. IVWI ...
I III ' i. (I II I Bill it lllll IIII ll"U IIIIIU UI I,W1I "l
i lint. 11 waa evaded bj niakiuga clnult around
Uiem, our forrm dislrovlug rticlr amp mulp-
ugi, iiin.atiu.laiidrjpttirmg JOdprlMMHW
l.lcut. (.ol 111 tckburii was sevinlv wounded, '
uud lift iu thu hands ol thu uiemy. lheyi
roHhed Amite ilvrr ou the morning ot the Ul, .
teu inllut lioiu i iton Kougu. lupuirid 11 rebel
tuvulr pbktli'f ouo hundred and sixty mm '
an 1 horsi it, burned Captain i therlees house, 1
captured hu lioriea, and thou lode into ltaiou 1
Kongo, looking rough, but in good euinliii in.
w i ii 1 101 n ' 11 nijinr 1 01 the in lit r vtr.
Kvtrv raliroaii 111 iisiisipiii ii it ihiii 1 111
by tin in Tliej itiipplliHl theini Ive with frLnh
horses ou Uio route, una nruiigia tn ovr nine
huudrtd(oi)(rabaudt ou hoiiiiA. .Nearlj all (In
latur ulnu led ixtni liorau
The New Or'tans Aa glvis ihe particular
of thu burniug of the Lnited btatts i.lonp 1're
bio, ut t'ensuioia, on tliu 4ilnl pill lin
tire waa accidental, Irom au opiii light 1 irricM
Into the Blure-roum. All hand win tived
The l'rible, ufur buttling soms hours bit w up
with u trfiuendous etptoslon.
The guulioat KatiawliT eupturod twoschoon
itk and drove inoilur ashore In lVrdldo inlet.
All win bltwkado runner One of Mum,
iiduud the Eagle, had fe-rivimislv made live or
nix siieetssliil trips.
"! Iiu hUiirl whiih belonged to Absalum la
said to ti ivabeiuloundlu Uiubartrt. Thu hi id
had ou one side tin following words, traced hi
JIlIih iharaitirs u 1'reMiit Irnin ii,Mir lo
Abailoiu, son uf David Jeho,Jiho " J,tiaji.
We have 110 doubt of the truth ol the ubovii.
1 he inscription on tliu sword Is IdtutUjl wllh
that given In the dully papers of the period In
their dtirrlptlouol tin) pusuul itlon.
Mui IUbel I'llvatreia Plttliig tint.
Ni w Youk, lay lu A M at a mora i letti r if
April Mh suva It l imdeiMtond that the thoon
trs (iiucnil I'inikniv und West Horidiare 111
ting int j jirlvaln'ra u llraros, and un tml
vv silling ior a rn w
(tPin rul Mngrudtr 1ih lueu at liunv nsvlllo
fir Mime vv iks I ticiill7eiia gave him a h 1 11
A C in g J man Ksout 1 ulril,
( uirAfio, Ma Ifl Itiv 1- H. Hacei, who
has 1 1 en 011 trl it ut Joliit before an eclatlus
tlcal court foi aliened Immoial nindiiit, was
todiv, bv a uuiiuliiions vtnlbt. lionnraMv
Nailing of Slriiif r tit of Hahlugltiu.
Npw Yitiu., Miv HI The eteimerCltv ol
mhlugtun took elghlj eibin pnsst ngira und
f4V),tH0 iu spetlu
ll.ti cloop Innwing lias been seized In the
Klodrande b the n bil nuthorltlea Showaa
Irom Ni w York, wllh u i1 liable earo.
The 011n1r Men's C hrlstl iu Ato liitionwlll
hold a .Natloual Convention in e hkago on tb.
41h of June
U. . CAVA Lit V CAPTURED AltD RE-
8eventeenorimbodenalfeu Taken Pris
BiLTiMOkH, May 17. On Friday night a
company of United Btales cavalry was surprised
and captured at Cliarlestown, Jefferson connty,
Va. MaJ. Gen. Scbenek, on being Informed bv
telegraph of the disaster, Immediately ordered
Gen. Mllroy to send out a force to Intercept and
attack the rebels. On the night of the same
day Major General Mllror teleirrarjlied the fol
Wihchcbtfk, May 10, ll.COp.tn. Tn Jijor
0 ntrat kehenek. The Federal ca air) captured
at Charlestown wet e recantu red bv detachment
of the Virginia and Thirteenth Pensylvanla cav
alrr, under Capt. Uil, this afternoon at three
oclock, at Piedmont Sutlon laFauqolerconn
ty. We also captured a party of rebels, and a
rurre-Bpunuiui; nuniuer 01 norsee. 1 wo rencis
I regret to add that we lost ( opt. Clt and our
crgoant. Our cavalry recaptured one Federal
lieutenant and fifty privates and their horses
MaJ. Adams, of the First New York cavalry
who arrived aflir the capture. Is still Intmrsult
of the rebels.
1 he Virginia and Peunttjlvanta cavalry who
mode the rctapturo were sent out by me )cs
tcrday. K. H. Milrot, MaJ. Gen.
A telegrim since rccclvtd from Gen. Kellej,
dated Grufton, Vi., May 17, slates
"A company of militia of Barbour eouutv
barejnst eonio In wlthsevcntctm oflmboden e
men, captured In that count), who hud ft rag
glcd behind the retreitlng column toslial
borse, V . II. F Kpllet, Brig Gtu.
FIIOSI KOUTIIK44 MO.NUOK.
Capture of two KeiUrel slemiiers on (lie
UUnul Hvv amp Canal (Jtiua of the Ke
okuk In Coufetlemte liantls Treaty
uteut of Keilerl Prisoners, Ir.
rnnTiiKa Monroe, May IB. This mornlne
the steamers 8, It. Spauldlng, (Jeorgla and Ikl
vltlere arrived from (.Ity Polnt,wlth about 3,000
exchanged prisoners, including Gen. Hays and
several other officer. Ahont 4,000 other pris
oners an' expected to arrive within tho next
twenty-four hours. Thla will leave Richmond
uitlrelv char of all Union nrlsoncis.
riiHTHFat MOMtOE, May in. Two small
boats, which have been running for some time
from Norfolk through the Dismal Hwamp
Caual to North C arotlna, earning malt, Ac .
wert captured yesterday, ncarCurrltuck Bridge,
40 mllea from Norfolk. The boats Emily and
Arrow, with all on board, were taken oir to
wards Franklin, on the Blacknater.
The Einllv was captured from the enemy at
the commencement of the war.
The 1 oemy made our men work tho boats,
In order lo pas our gunboats without detec
Mr. Mvers. of PIttsburir. I'd.. Is doubtless
among tho cupturm.
Tho track of the Scaooanl and Roanoke i
mi ls b,:i-f ,akl:n UP by 0,,r 8"irolk f"rc"
tween Cnrrsvlllo and Junction withthc Norfolk
auu reiersuurg r auroau. '
An ordlnmee Is passed In Peter-burtj pro-
THE 01 Nd OK T11F KEOKl k 11AI9LD
The tron of this famous iion-clud now lie
on South Couiiuerelal Wharf, Charleston.
They consist of two 1
' and will oon uo mount
I uablc acqul.lllOM, no 1
loni; 11 inLhcoIumbiads
mounted forourdeftneo val
1 uublc acuulellloos. uo less than handsome tro-
rtaclilnif lor 11 tracker, nt uiolsio prison.
uur prisoners were tomneiieii io walk irom
. .v. i- ..!-..... -r ...... di.i i a--
I .!.' i or rcyimciit uiuu uu mo rouir
1 A rLbt't Cantaln Turner had rti inw of nur
i urisomr from HUhmoud to C Iiv Point, and is '
. represented to no a nruie oi tne Slackest Kind
A soldier of the One-huudred-and nineteenth
rinusjivaula regiment was baoneted ou the
route, by order of Turner, because he could pro-
iced no further. Hu would not iviu allow
1 these men a drink of water.
1 Tho nronelltr Ucldon basarrlvi'd nt Fortress
i.t.pi.n iviiii n n.n ni p.h.t rioiTitfp.
Thu rVlcrstiiiri; Aprw,Ma lMli sujrn "The
' ritallatorj rosolullons udonud h tin Confcd-
,.i .m.. i...'. J i.i
. , ' ", .,,. . ,..,i .. . ,....
, , , ,, ,, ,
I ... hi .! ,.l l,i nn nrrli.,1 f. .-.in I ttu I'.itlll
' ' k""t,'" 1 lllllllH lli'lll Vli; ,
in ilnrg.-of ( uj laiu J K. Mullord, with nie
thousaii I ptlaomni, Maple Li if, with nUu
liundnd prisoners, Ckpnsa, t n lain l Uik,
. w 1 1 hit iiuuuieiii koih ri vio irinoi ei 101 kjiiu.
John Hire ibvin lituulred,
I. TKll Kltim Kl HOlK.
ltxprraalou of Hmpaili vtiihtii North,
Ktt i(ir(h, Mnv IT The Miumr ( Hv tl
v.rt ,ikh.is irrlvel
deputation ol Iniibs I iilonihi. In id I
' n Mr Ilriirht, Iiim in leiuml m mian
I aduptid at a I lie met lint; sviiipatlii7in
Ui North, to Mlnlfti r itamn
, iiUt lattir niadu 11 spenb lie ivpnasn
1, xt pleasure nt the renptlon of the ml lre
,. ndmlited thu dltlhuliha of atm-nig ileir of
I iullislou bitwn 11 ihu two nations, but tnutd
fiUudlv relatione will be in ilntaliiud
lL. uAserled that, uotwilhstniidm
of itome. of thi
mcrleiu speikers and Jour
nils, thertst U uo
nation for whit b Ann main
etitt rtuln grLiitt r n.'-ird Iliau for Fiuluud, and
If tin nul scutlnuiitct of eat h people f oul I bt
ett irlv ft ibllithed 1 1 e-iih otlur, In would h iv
nofiuroi cotlisluu Hi bUlntd ihu 1 rides
Unlunisu hid taken Hie right uiurse to pro
duce mull uu uudirotjiiihug
The run. rej-irits Mr Admin's spee linn
most reasonable and tlmelv, and looks forward
ultlnmi mlliut for iiiutunl forliearauee En.;
Han 1 tuiict expi t n nn liiUrruutiona 10 irudu,
in I tm rleuns miibt 101 rule imiiie sli mi inn
ings in eoni it ration of dlllh ullkit to neiitriU. 1
luunotlitr article ttie Turn arginn th it il
bihouvtfs 1 ngland to look leuientl 111 the pro 1
ceedlngs ol dinir il llke-t. In view ol tin
liiulhluuaiKO ol her ow n rights when the be-
comd 11 billlgeient
Prlaoucis Sriit ortli.
Namimiic, Mav 10 S.'ventv-ului ConfttI
crnti prisoners, Ineludltur one 1 olonel and om
ci tain, wen suit N in bio l i) Ii t lit at ham
and Uinllv alto lift lm lloii, in n main tin re
during the wur rvvt nt Hu n'l lamlllis
wue sent tfmiili bv Hrl-'adU r dttitnil J I
Wood, who uiiimd lomintiid of ih villi
Tim rlv iris still falllm,' 'Iheie Ik fmrfl
of water on the shoil-
Major Klmenkhl, the iilil m Horn's ad
jutant, hns bifn upi'iiiniett n tn I idjuiuni g 11
eral for Missouri, wllh Ihe rink ot brigadier
general lie w i-t lurimrl) a lb uteuant nfl
Uulinl btiittit tavalrv
Movement or 111c i.iini.o.i eauatcrisllt.
i w YtiHK, Mav 111, Tin United States
stiaimr aiulirbllt unlvnl at tt. Thomas May
1 Tin Innpie (iiuiahok sailed from St. CroK
Mnv I, foi SI. Thomis.
I'lir lu It nut lug, lruus It aula
Hkapimi. Mav IU. Moore und Ddiart
fouudrv and scale works were destroyed b) tire
this afternoon Also, a number of dwelliii,
I atables, etc 1isi, titty thousand dollars
STONEWALL JAtKSON'S DEATH.
TUT. MANN KU Or IT.'
CArSED BT A FEDERAL nrLLET.
HIS LAST HOURS
From the Richmond Enquirer, May n
General Jackson, bavlnu irone some dlstancA
In front of the Una of skirmisher on Saturday
evening, w aa ret nm Ing ahout eight o'clock, at
tended hv his staff and part of hi courlersj tha
cavalcade was, tn tho darkness of tho night,
mistaken for a body of tha enemy's cavalry
and fired upon by a regiment of his own corps,
lie was struck by three balls; one through that
left arm, two Inchet below th boulder Joint,
shattering the bona and severing the chief ar
leryi another nail passea through the iitni
arm, below the elbow and wrist, making ll
exit through the palm of the lemdt a third ball
entered the ptlm nf his right hand about Ua
middle, and paaslng throuirh, broke two of tho
hones. He was wounded on the plank, road,
about fifty vanls In advance of the enemy. II a
Ml from his horse, and win anght by Captain
vormie, to wnom uo remarked "All rni
wounds are by my own men.' Uo had etveu
orders to fire at anjthlug coming up the road
before he left tint lines, Ihe enemy's skit
mishcrs apptand aluadnf bun, and he turned
to rdt back Jusitheti, annie on rrled out
cavalr '" " harg, and iiuiucdiatelv tin
regiment fired The whole party brok fni
ward to ride through onr lines to escape the hrr
Capt. BoswtlJ waa killetl, and ratried throuxh
tho line b his horse, and fill amid our own
men. Colon I Crutchllcld, Chief of Utah", waa
wounded by his side Twocnurirr wen-Villi I
tul or IN million. Lieutenants Morrison u i
dmilli, aid, iseapcd uninjured.
Gen, Jackson waa Iinniellatily plaird ni a
litter and started for the reari the Arinat
t ractc.1 the attention nf tlic enemv, and wai
rcrumed ly txith line. Onu of the liltir b ar
ersvvas shot down, and tin gtneral fell front
the tuouluerx ni Un inui, n reiving a sever-
contusion, adding to the iujury of the arm an t
lujurlng the aide siverelv Tin-inrmj'a Ore
art 11 lorj on the point was lerriMn flrn Jark
sou was left for live minutes until the fir 1
slackened, then place 1 In uu nmlniUucu an I
carried to the Held hospital at lldernrss Kim.
Ife lost a large amount oi blood, and at 01m
time told Dr McOulro he thought he was dv
Ing, and would have Med to death, but a tom
ulquet wus Immediately applied. I'or fvv 1
hours he was near pnlxelcsa from the nhotk
s he was bring carried from the field, frr
quent iuqulrlia wire made by the soljkrs.
"Who have j ou there? He told the doiior,
"Do not tell tho troops I am wounded."
After reaction, a consultation was held l -tween
Drs. UUek, Coleman, alls, and M -Oulro,
und amputation was decided upon lit
whs asked, 'If we find amputation necessarv ,
shall It be done at oik e T He replied, ' Ye-
cirtainlj Dr McGuire, do for mewhati'vir
jou thluk right TheopLratlonwaeperfonmd
while uuder the influence of chloroform, and
was borne ell. He slept Sunday mornlng.wa
cheerful, and In every way doing well. Ileaenu
for Mr. Jackson, and asked miuululy all .111
tho battle, spoke cheerfully of the result, an I
said, "If I had not been wounded, or hnd mr
hour more of daylight,! would have rut ort i'i 1
enemy from the road to the L'nitod Mad ford,
and we would have had them entirelv rmrrouu 1-
led, and they would have been obliged to
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ll.m " Till r. a.tli ml1inflv
tlnn " This was id millnglv
lie complained this day of the fall from thu
Utter, nlthoqtfh no contusion or abrasion tu
pen eptiblu as the result of tho fall, h did iiu
eoiiiplain ol his vvouu Is nevir spoke of th u
9uml iv 1 v 1 niug he ali-pt vi 11
Monday he was 1 arrled to Chancellor's Inme,
near (t til nut's depot, ho was chtierfnl, talkel
about thu buttle, of Ihe gill mt bearing ol t.t.n.
Hliodcs, and said that Ills cnuimlsalou ought (
datu from 8a turd i) , of the grand charge of h
old monewall origaae, or which he had heart.
aki I ufttr all his olUcerst during the da
Lii.i'ii iiiuii- inuu uiiiui. uuu nam i nr iiii
tilkpd more than usnal. anil said
who Iho llirouijli Ihls w.r will lie pmml n -
' ' oaa of the Stonewall hrlcade' tn ihw
.l,ll,lr.n" hi. in sted Hut 1 10 linn "gum
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frOIII till' III III f ill W llH LTl III V H It i11t ll W 111 II
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. I'd I tluvwire d dug nnurLabl) well I)( i
nt romplahi of uu pain In hi id uu 1
-nud l" an tho nn mhi raof hlaanid i .i
Uidiieadav AVoun ls lot)kid r muikt
will. He tYptiiei lo g, o IthhiiiiMi I it!
dat. but wait prt n nted the ruin 1 N' ul,i 1
uhilxt hl4 miigfiiii, w !ii ha 1 -b 1 1 inn l
thru uleli'". w it finlei p be utnpl dm I H 11 1 1
rni and ordi ml his I nv, slim, to pi 1 1
inui'l oir bit nom i h Thlt wud nn h
dav light the siirtriun w i-t ..tiki imll) i'i u
aivlliLlln (tiiurilwai iiitb riiti' un 11 pun
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ci lent pmumnuii md noun inrtm-n " .
ulilrh he lilm-ill ntlil'Mit il hi Ihe I HI Ii.iiiiiIm
I Inn sd iv Mr Inknoii nrrivid irreilvti
111 J v an I aJtlffat tlon, an I frtaUfuliv uuis t
tilui t the mil. Hv Ttiur-dav veiling all p tin
tudiaid. In iulbn d greul friiiti ruitrull ui
C.I I.. II.. -..ir. -...I -I.. I...S ,1.. ..a.s.
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win iinnui it nit iiiiiiiiiii iitii in -11 it r
from 1 liursdav
Mindi) morning, whin ll was 'ipireut in
j lie w ia rupillly slukim;. Mis J n ksou . j 1 .
forme I ut liU toudili n bU tin 11 bad f r. hi 1
I full t IHViTHi Willi lilll), iinl told hlm be in
going I idle lie it ild, " 1 r gnl, vrv t 1 I,
il U ull right "
Jl. had prevnusl fill, t uul.i tins
'won u In 11 Memlng, tluv wets iriven nn i
I sutm gtod un I ultte purpone, and I would tx a
' part with Hum if I coul I ' lie inked ol MaJ t
I Ti.ii Hit m, ' Wholspna Mug at tiei liurti n
' to-dav ( ' He suit tin i.'i all thegeui nl
1 lie ixpnasrd wUh to lio burlud in ' Lex'dk
lutiio vauev 01 virgmu.
iMrlug ihediltnum his mUid nvened to tint
Hill nt Imtle, ml h' suit order to Oni V
T. Hill to pr. pare for u. lion, and to Mu
Ilawks, hU commissary, ami to tho surgetxt-.
He fmiueutlv expressed lo his aids his wiMi
tlui Major tieii ral twill aSuuid bi oi.l.rtl t 1
the t oiiim md ot blitorprt I IU 1 ouildi n 111
inn I rti ll wus ver greu, m I tin iiimm r n
whub lu spoke of him show el that he hat
dul) countered the mattur.
Tlic Ulurkiulr Uiiuurra.
New Yoitk, Ma 17 n t lunr t
from Hav una on the fill in I Naosau
Wlh, arrlvetl to-djv
The British neirtr il blocks lo riinners bur. I
aifoltowsi Britannia, Kiuiiia, r I, Nom-numi,
Antoniia, nion. 1 al)io md Bauslnv, all
for the huiuo miluru p nt ! the nw. t i m
n.m ai ,i.i, r-i. i x ( initiinv. ei ci Lin ' Hih
Hrllanui a. l-U Is w nt 1 1. are I bv Saunders X
j4ou 'viral tii miirs bad arrivid at Vam.i 1
irom ( hirKwton
tlri.nl MeNrll uuuitr.l
t ii f (tiiiiKiirvi , M i) 11 Uihernl Mi Vil
waa woumbtd In tlui hip lliln liioruillg, h) tho
a-udiuial disihargijofa pUtoMuihc hauda oi
oue of his aids. in wound is not serious bin
will preveue aim irom using tut nsia ior 1.
era) weak 4