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cosmirT oi all Boisomisii Kaar." iwar-
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Tim APEB 11 NOW FURNISHED BY CAR-
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IN OEOROETOWN AT THIRTY CENT! PER
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ro tiTT svnviToa
ItMk M.rk.t To-clr.
vV t ire Indebted to Jay Cooke A Co., bankers,
lor the following condition of the lock end sale
m.rk.t to-day ,
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U S CoupODI, 6l0( 1SS1
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T. S I rear certlflc-tea (new Utu) w,
I Svi ytr cr rtintt?i (oia inu) 101s
. S Ltem-od notei (old lime) M"
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' ni i 'nt iPt To-morrow, the Seventh B m-
ni fn ninth dav after Easter la Whltfmn
av Thin festival ortgnaled with tho Ilebn v n
i bo obserred it as the day on which the lnw
and cnmuiandmentB were received bv Moses,
thru great leader, on Mount Sianl. The bnp-
iin r diffusion of tho Ilolr Spirit npon the
Ap'sties, as recoraea in acis ii, ocenrrea on
that day, which was observed by the Israelite
hs the day of Pentlcot, and hen cell observance
tin neen continued ny unnstians in remem-
rant e of that event. Ths following day, Mon-
lay from time Immemorial ha neen celebrated
us n holidav, and In the eld countries sports
and plavs of alters kinds are Indulged In to a
;rwat extent In this country a number of per-
os obscn e It as a rclax-Uon from their accas-
meit pursuits, hut It Is not looked on In the
fume gtit as the Faster holidays.
v VTJl TUEOLOOICAL SlMIXART. Prof.
thr r Smythc, of Dowdoln Collcga, fe.,
u ?i the Invitation to the chair of Eccleslas
a! II story lu the above named Seminary,
jiade cant a year since by the resignation of
W O T Shedd, D. D., and Prof. Putnam, of
Dart mouth College, called to the Professorship
f B Ual I lterature In the Seminary, to be
cruple d till March next bv the prMtnt Incum
bent Calvin E Stowe, t D., (husband of
Harriet Beecher Btowe.) deUnea the call on
arenunt of his health, for the Improvement of
wnicn ne is aooni to visit tnrope
" Bibles axd Cnitxs "Under this heading,
the Leeds Jftreury (English paper) has a sar
castic and well written article on the late mis
sion of the Rev Moses Iloge. D V , to Great
B talc, to get a supply of bible for the use of
iUb Southern L onfederacy. The editor scorches,
n iLii last and generous scorn, "those smooth
-onvut-J snouted of -vll" who. In i4prdritl
tu e, visit tngland and try to persuade the I
pecFle there that slavery and the religion of the l
su,., ort tach other.
u v-.j s.m t -,.-, a - .-..iuvwi
Rcvira iv Pmt-tPBLFUM The remarka-
i vi ns Interest in the Baptist churches
r f P .ilalVa n 11 continue. The CArt-ftan
Chrc- iclt Ttp as the baptism of twenty-two
rert ls n tl inth Inst . by Dr Jcffrcv. of tbi
1 c-t rbnr-b mshlngone hundredandthirtv
flw a -1 since the 1st of February Thirteen
v er,. oapi tea on tnesameaay ny itev J uvait
C3i w, "i inetirvenincnurcn, nx ny iiev Mr
Cooper, of tho Berean churchj fifteen by Ret
3 heaton Smith, of Spruce Btroet church,
andfl-ebyReT T S Malcom.of NIcetown
UxvrviL is Rocbestee. i flourishing re
vtv. is In progress in the Asbury Methodist
Ep scopal Church In the city of Rochester
F.ev Mr Ceslltt.of the New Jersey Conference
ecu ine conaucior oi ine religious exer-
die-, cna" the Rochester papers are full of
art cles In prase of his power, eloquence and
IU4TJ9T Missiuinr Umov The receipts
cf the American Baptist Missionary Union for
the past vear were $103,953 W. The cxpcndl
-ei were $90,503 97, and for the payment of
ndebtednen $0 937 35) leaving a balance on
1, Apria 1.1W3, of IMS 64
Tde BtHLE in India. A Bengal paper (&?-
- y-Tw; ib now auvorauug tne use oi the
B e 'i 'he government schools of India Thla
win n paper dciiam that the Bible Is " the
t t. 1 most ctrHlcut of all the Fngllsh
rwYr.e Av,trD.u.- Ti, j.v..
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- u.-.,, u. .uc U.U-I-U. ii.iiuu-1 auviciini
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SOCTH DTELiNo - The Christ, m Chronicle
,.Pon. Ihlriy Hre add.l.on, by b.pi.sm to the
Point Picjssot, eight nt Carboodale, and two
. w. o a-u-ia..,, .t luiiij-iuiir ai
MrSTic The Christian herrttary reports
f-nt liddiiions to the Lnlon church, Myall.
within two months, fourteen bap -
tie a aierbury, and thirty-sewn within
the 'ar at est Woodstock,
Ameii f b M I The Hon Ira Harrla,
t nsi ii fiorn New Vork.Is the new Prca-
I'tntfl American Har tUl llalnn-rv I nlnn
OKI I i
Ob in ti
, .. , .J ...U(l,
.ovcruor Brlggs, of Mass Tho
an ntsri-iliiganwlnn In leplainl.
m i T Vgam l.jh n uarlnl and
a tablr intent on trn pat, nii r j m, Rowland
rtimclleo ' f which ,wll ac mint as a i er-
ity railwaj passenger tan rnriis, h.. , and
. r-er entrance charge Is ate lor HdmUs,...,
hai he model beforr us Had are infom ed it
r e rvhlUted this week at nKernate nlcht.
Thre. jirlnclpal hotels of this cltj sti,
ir ir rtiiroana anl ttif curious win fin i In
Ion an entirely different, onii Irtr
1 science for Its olject, so that mi uir
I s wni.1 1 How to the colters wiiere it prni -r-
1 1 Up hw requested to say that a i ill
1 m 1l hine stt led by name as an In-
Uftectlte Indicator, will be put in
11 a shurt time, at the office of the
-1 rorapnen a, e-risp, no avs rennsjlta-
un" hare bi en seat away from the armory
f ' t ti hi for some time, and the supply In
h ir-eu il a rapidly Increaslug. There are
v alHui o.tMjO on baud, TOMa) of w hlch are
I m ke l n ndv for shipment.
X, 1 K Ai
The ne-i which we publish to-day, via Cin
cinnati end Murfrectboro to the 20th, end
omcliUj from Gen Hnrlbnt to Oen. IUllwk
to the 19th tnitint, mere then confirm! the In
formation -e published ynterdiy, cleaned
from Richmond pnptre.
The dlipitch from the Cincinnati Oantie
relating to the Joint movements of Tembcrton
I (who evacuated Vlckaburg) end Johnston
against Orint, li belleTed here to be the prelim
inary morementi to the battle announced yes-
terdaj In which remberton was whipped and
Lorlng cut off
The dispatches trwlaj dlsrloac four Import
ant facta i
tt. That Oram haa Ix-en reinforced
2d. That Vlcksbnrg la evacuated.
3d. That Johnston hai only 0,000 men.
4th. That ha haa been defeated, and la moling
north with hla men and anppllf
J0llST0 TM1M! TO JOIN FEMIITOV
The Enemy Driven into his
Rebel Stores Ordered up the Central
The following dispatch was rcrrhrd al
MrvrHis, Tenn , i
11 a. m., Mav31,18ia $
MtJ.Orn II 11". JMltck, General-in-Chief
A citizen arrived at La Orange -who left Can
ton on Saturday morning.
Johnston was at Calhoun, seventeen (IT)
mile north of Jackson, with (1,000 men, en
deavoring to effect a Junction with Pembcrton
at Edwards Ferry.
At Holly Spring he saw a dispatch from n
good man at Canton, dated 19th, an follow
Gen Grant was reinforced and drove the enemy
Into his entrenchments on Big Black. John
ston ordered all provisions from Canton up tlw.
Mississippi Central Railroad.
Ptarl River bridge, at Jackson, and Ihr
trestle-work At Brandon are burned.
S A. HrituiCT, Major General.
Canton U on the Mississippi Central rail
road, directly north of Jackson, and distant
from that place about twenty-five miles. The
removal of provisions still further north hv tho
rebels Indicate a defeat of tbelr army.
FROM THE SOUTH.
BUXiET FROM WY.WA. I'AI'F.RS.
We have received copies of Richmond papers
of a late da.e, from which we cull some Inter-
PBtinc rarazrapbs F ' a.anun .
The niclimontl Hig on A'allamllgham
The Richmond Whig, Jfay llHh, predict tUat
Vallandlghara will be allowed to remain at the
North, and It speculates npon his status In the
future aa follow
His arrest and trial have served to show him
that hi party Is too weak to make successful
opposition to Lincoln, and, being released, ho
ni nenceionn, lor inn sake oi ni lamny and
or inn sake oi ms iam r and
his personal comfort, refrain from speech mak-
log. uespainngornis election to the guber-
natorlal chair of Ohio, in the face of the bayo.
net and greenbacks sent from M ashlngton, he
may retire wholly from public life and devotf
himself to the practice of law. For what en
couragement ls there to kick against the pricks,
or what hope to overturn the tvranny at Wash
Ington, sati by motutlon awl eliil war? Vr
Vallandujham it aterx to var, averse lo anv
thlng but the ballot-box, and, as r. as lntlmatr.1
In these colurara some months ago, he has mis
taken the splri; of (he peopltwUh Wiom he d vttU.
Tfuy are not fit for llbertv 77iey W. vot
itatain him In the hour of dancer. Bo lone a
there Is no phvslcal restraint, they will vote for
him, but when thn road to the ballot-box Is brings new, of a small engagement on the night
lined with " loyal bayonets, they will quail of tho 14th Inst , hctw n n detnehm. nt of our
and cower. So choice is left him but to ro forces aud ahout 100 rebel soldiers on Morris
tire from a contest In which his friends desort Inland, in which the lattpr were driven 1 ark
him when they are most needed In private across the creek Our 1om wasonemansllgbi
life alone will he be able to maintain hi ly wounded.
opinions and his acir respect wlthont belig
subjected to personal Indignities, which shoi k
the sensibilities of those who arc nearest and
' de-rest to him, wlthont at all heiefltlnK a
., party too timid to sustain him, and a policy ton
far In udt anee cf th tim
Such, we f.ar. will be Vallandl.ham
. "'"JV ''.c of rnier amff than wo aupposo,
una, it reifasni, may ne lrapeuca ny inn out
.-ne- ur u-r. suuciui n-niauu -i.-uu iuui r
, and Ijolder than anj heretofore Bat tho style
an(5 ,enor of ls P""01-! and the fcoole defrntr
ebnra,m?forb5tnl,; ? Zlt ZZ',
i fit -fi,n moxKli ana (Wiapntar "
A Sec-sh jlEROixr Miss .1 me Savroin is1
the name of th Alabama girl who mounted I
behind Oen. Forrest and piloted him across ibo
HUM Ford Thr Jnrkaon CAI l ff,.,ftli,-
jsats "she pilot M him aerons (be Rtreirn ex-
posea to toe oair oi tne enemy, nor did sin
retlro from the post of danger until the I-t
man had safely eroBhod
RirilMOHD'S DtNOEll. Till) II ht
the '0lh Inst
" We have urged th tt cvr at citable means
lit Amolovcd so Drovent a mnidpn i-IhhIi tnin till.
utt. o canniy ntieniion ims licen paid to
our suggestions, tho tohintur organizations
are dlsianded, (.en Uluder ainllt-ii sennclv,
.the ft ttdeut turn cemitJLaen Unto thi wufurimxx !hal ftn ",0 '-th of April, latltade t7,
..rtW.itwi affair in tin department of iel longltmln 71, she. pass, d U,n w rock of a vos 1,
b,na and reju,i over ihe tujxnb admin,traUie bottom up On the previous clay she saw
fa uitten cf hn pet. Pemrerton Th sklea ni foveral thesis of tui, nnd licked up ono of
bright, sugar advancing In price, the birds sing
in the Capitol squan, whUkfV Is told and
i drunk In a r housaud shops, ill LOrw miirrv
11 mrriagu i.eii, nonoiiy m imn, nuaii isgnvii,
nnd tin command int nf lb poii ut lUchin nut
is 1 is pro .met '
Til P re Tl HE I'oi ! V f..t ItUi fill UniiOKIt
HrATBh--Tbo Hichiuond rnnultet. of thu Ji)ih
utuli u that 1 ie and Hooker will soon hat
a haul 1, tn whW h one or i bo oilier will com
Imp ii il ,,1.1.1 1 1.. .1 ..1 .,.
I will U tu0 UHmB FaB the n suit would be
the iu vt-atinrui of Wusblngton anJ tbo liiva-
.... ,. .. u.Miiut;, uini ajisiiininK iiiatiuu l anuica
sloti of Marjland It then dlsrussca the pmiicr
pout y to eu puraued inwards the Union men in
the Morder Suits, and neomincDd that lhy
pun isueu win. set . rlt v
Judoe Dam ei H 1riKi,r.f ( nllfornla. iir
rived In Houston, lexa mi the Jin nil
-it- b-uuoo 1 1 -11 irtirtiiuii rnrt Piimtor
ope gf thu new pattern
AJttpql talnp 8nrpflsedindDe
t r- K.,.
TWO HUNDRED HORSES CAPTURED.
Pomborton Evaouatos Vioksj
HOPES TO ATTACK CHANT'S REAtt.
Bragg Fears an Attack by Rose crans,
II I AtrD-i.jrFor.-Atd at IUtm Mnnn
taln Cinci-hati, May 23. A ipecU. Iflfprani to
th Continental dated Mnrfrertboro. Miy 22d,
mji General Btinlpy, with portion of two
brigade of c iT-lry, nrpriiw tne camp oi mc
Flrat Alabama and ElRhlh Conrcderaie cavairy.
In the Tlclnlty of Mlddlctown.
Onr force divided, and were fitnl around to
attack thfl Hank and rear, bnt the advance
gnard, becoming Impatient, dunned alone and
nninpported Into the mld.t of the oncmj'n
camp, putting a force of one thou.and cavalry
to flight. Fight rcbda were killed and ninety
taken prlnnn-Tit. Two hundred homes were
captured, and the ramp of the enemy. In
eluding the arm thrown awaj by the rebel
Our loss wa two or ihrre slightly
A l-eonlnvttlc dltpalch naya the. rrtIa are ccr
talnlv pr paring for the Invasion of Kentucky,
which will b attempted about ttu, lit or .nine.
The rebels yentcrday burned an eTtenslo
trentlcwork it Hampton, ncnrriarkRvllle, Ten
The Ciurtte Mnrfreeatmin' illipatcli Rive
reb I reportu from Mtaalaatppl to the SOlh, say
IngVemberlon has evacuated Vlcksburg and
marchM out to attack (.rant In the rear, while
Johnston attacked him In front. The rebels
antlclpite a great battle there in a few davs,
Hrngg Is reporttd as being fearful of an at
tack by Roseerans. IKswholeposlilonat Horse
Mountain Is Urongly fortified
FKOM HANKS' 1)KIUTMEXT.
The (.mis or Tort Hudson Silenced.
Tho Fort Probably Captured.
Ni: OIlLEANn Sl'.WS.
New York, May 22. Tho aleamerMatanzaa,
f n.l... n .kj. 1 I.I. la .vl.l
iruui ilCH rilllB vll urn mil, nan piimih.
Among her paaacnRCra la Col. John 8. Clark, '
of dnn. Banks's stalf. I
At midnight on the 8th lustant, our mortar
dent, assisted by the gunboat Essex and the
sloop of war Richmond, commenced a bom
bardment of the lower batteries of Port Had
son, end kept It up for an hour without a re
sponse. At 3 a. m the batteries again bombarded,
and continued to do so until 4 50. when the
enemy replied. Firing became rapid on both
sides. The Essex waa struck, but not Injured.
The Richmond with a fnll broadside sllcnctd
the enemy'a gun. None of our vessels were
Ihe Vaj correspondence, from which the
above Is taken, lntlmatca that good newa will
fill tho next letter. Lieutenant Colonel Black-
burn Sixth Hl.no,; cavalry, d., at O.yka from
hi .. i..j .-.,. ---i Ti.nit.
All the colored regiments In General Bank's
enllre control of Ihe.r enu.pment and org.nlra
in camp General fllman will Immematriy
excepting chure . ca, are ordered to display the
National flag, and Vll places or amust-ment to
commence and close their performances with
Capt S.V Johnson, Twenty-flfth Conncrti
cut, died in New Orleans on the IUb
I Admiral Farragut was semnaded ly the
Unionists of New Orlrans,un the night nf tho
I Tile steamer t nltM Ktntes. from New York,
arrived al New Orle.na on thn 13th Instant.
Cnn fnflllnn ainri 1 lent Pnl Rtfv gn. rr
i - ."". 7W. . r' ."-.".
P""Cers in me Matanrasj a so, two nundrci
- v...-,. ..-. ...b .. -... .
The sloop-of-war Juniata, arrived
West on the 17th.
FROM NEAR CHARLESTON.
SKIRMISH ON MORRIS ISLAND.
The (Miter Torts to br Attacked.
New ork, Mat i
-Tilt ftlrai-ftftliln f.Aiirlfr
it seemed to i.e me general impression that
the Monitors would attempt the reduction of
the outer forts along the beach before again
1 attacking Fort flumter.
A British and a French man-of-war arrived at
i CliAi-teaton on Lbi. 14th Inl.
a flat; of truce loat from ( harl.sion w re- I
txx admittance hythoMockadirs within their
- lines, on the ground that smar boats were
uvn as ijags oi truce 10 (lereptivcii omain iii-
THE PIRATE SEMMES.
III. I.I V1"S TIII AI.A1IAM .
-.T- r-. . t. jt
A NGW Cralt ReatlV tOY HllTl.
I V II I 111! I il III all 1 e b t I 0 0 tl .
Nrtv onK, May S2 Bermuda dates of the
Mb Instant glte hb a rumor that Semuics h is
reslgmd lommand ol tLe Alabama to the tlrn
"i ,u" iwh ruiiiiuiii i i mu eomrn
' ('rto shin mounting twenty two guns
Tho ehnoner Isunny South, at Bermuda, rr-
th"m Iho contenu of whUlmrro apollul by
the salt water It la surmised that Ihe wrork
I that of a liomrward tmund FaBt Indlaman,
-' "J -
Til Mlssisal)il FlntlllM.
( aihj. Mat 2J The ettamer City of Alton.
from In low, has arrltcd. Our gunboats hive
,atindcd Ucd rlt.r from Alexandria. The
In prltii succei dpd In breaking a rebel raft loose.
- i ... .1 " in. . .
wnn Ii noaieu (mi in ino waj, wiuie our Lonis
proceeded up Ihe river to Harrisonburg, wh.ro
tney sueilnt 1110 rriii-i nuuery iwo uours WUU-
out taking It.
bo ifoapltl t Iilu,tou, Ky-D-lroyd
Clst ,ATI( jfnj 03 Tllf( Me(Jlrol Coego,
nt I.etlnlon. Kenlncky, used for a Govern
( ment hospital, was completely dvetrojedby tlrn
at noon to-ia) ineeiri, were bhui removal,
, t he km Id W,000
OFFICIAL " DISPATCHES
Operations in the Cumberland and
I t 1m U , - .
The Ns.vy Department this morning received
tW fofo'wfngTcfetatled report' 'rrtm"AmIral
Mtuuitrri iQVADanM, TUAamt Bkntoit, )
Mouth s Btd RKr, May It, 1MI. j
Sir I have the honor to enclose herewith a
report from Lieutenant Commander LcRoy
Fitch, In rotation to operations in the Tennes
see and Cumberland river.
(Signed) David D. Poktir,
Acting Rear Admiral,
Commanding Mississippi Squadron.
Hon Otnros Wriir-, Scc'y Navy.
V. B GrxnoiT LxtnTOtf, t
irynrno Ljlxpino, April S3, 1863. (
Hiu t have tho honor to report that on the
34th Instant, while cruising down me river,
ahead or uenerni tuioiri. neex, i raex tne
steamer Emma Duncan, Acting Master Oris
wold commanding, coming up to report hi
vessel for duty, earning that ho had been at
tacked by a field battery at Green Bottom Bar
and had thrco men badly wounded,! proceeded
down the river, clvlntr him order to follow me.
in hops of catching the rebels at or near tho
I passed the bar about dirk In tho evening,
bnt tho ptifm nm nnwhrrn to bo seen. Ar
rlvlut? At the foot of Green Bottom bar about
nt.l .1 tit 1 irliAi.4 till mnmlnir fltlll walntr
nothing oV tho rnerav, I procecdol on nptho
river to meet ami communicate wnn uencrai
Ellrt The Emma Dnncan remaining nearly a
mile in ray rear, caught a ftrry flat coming out
of a creek, after I had passed; tho guerrilla In
the flat Jumped out and made their escape In
the woods. Tho flat, however, was destroyed
and set adrlfl.
I cruised on up leisurely, keeping a good
lookout for tho enemy along the right bank.
but saw no sizn or them tut l arrived ai uuck
River Shoals, when I heard mnsketry and nr-
tliicry a short distance (not a m.ej aneaa. i
pushed on ocr tlis bar and met Gen. Ellet's
licet Jim at the head of the shoal engaging
the rebil batteries. I was then In cood range.
and at once opened fire on tho enemy. There
was not room for his boats to round or to back
out of the channc' He was, therefore, com
pelled to push otr tin bar before he could
Ulict u latiiUmr
I took the battery suit., uud moved on up to
cotcr his boats ns much as possible, at the
same time raUlng tin bank with our Iieavj ,
guns Ibu ram Mnnirch came In range and
opened fire also. A soon as I rounded tho '
point, the enemy fired a faauUl shot at one of
the brlgadu boats, llnhtrtd up nnd were ofl i
Some few sharpshooters remaining behind,
llrcd a few shots at a transport havlnc on board
sick and wouuded. I followed on up the bank,
throwing shell after them till I thought them
out of range, and cuised firing. By this tlmu
Gen. Filet had landed and was pursuing them.
Socral of the cneim were found dead on the
bank, and many more were dragged off In tho
woods. I should suppose that their loss In
killed and wounded Is about twenty-five or
believe Gen Ellet lost two killed and ono
About lip in. I leftGenEllel at tho foot of
tho bar, and proceedorl on up tho river with his
boat and the Emma Duncnu, to communicate1
,l,1cXCrnoCrof,'uc hlnat nX'cWn !
commuuicaiion iroin oiu Dotlgo at inscutu.
(Signed) Lcltot Fitch, Llcnt. Com'd'g.
Acting Hear Admiral Dawd U. Pouteh, Com
mauoing .Mississippi squadron,
lao HIUP Uftl. thick,
OniND OlLr. Miss . May 13. 1803.
bint I hac the honor to Inform you, from l
hj tho natal forces under my command.
J ' -.forjr Lours after w arrlTnl the, H
, ih "''
Z ?&? XStoSt
I wnam commanding the channc, and a
small water battery, for two guns, about COO
I y"ds ,olow it. I also destroyed (by bursting)
on heavy SO ponnder, and some gon-car-
rlacis leniu their hurry b the enemy,
1 h main tort on n Uil, tome 000 hundred
' yard from tbo water, I was unab o to attend
'" U qulw an ex tensive work, quite new
and compbio, but built with much labor and
PlnV H -p lw?. or three weeks to pnll
it to pieces. I had not the powder to spare to
blon II up. ine t casus will lie order, a to
work at It ociaslonall), anl it will soon be rlo.
sirojed In this Int mentioned fort wis
mount rtl thn 11-Inch gun which, I nm lid to
hrlletc, lies In the midrib of the rhcr, near the
fort, the nbtls throw Irgil otcrboard In their
panic at thn approach ot ihe gunboats.
Ihe rail which rlnnvl tint rntrauce I have
blown tip, sawed In two, and presented to tho
I eent commander Wood worth In tho Price,
with the Switzerland, Pittsburg, and Arizona,
np Black River to mike a reconnolssanco.
Commander Wood worth destroyed a large
amount of rebel stores, tallied at thrco hunilnwl
thousand dollars, conslsilugof s ilt, sugar, mm,
molasses, tobacco and hai on.
fPlgnivl) Da, m II, Pokter,
Ailing Heir Admiral,
rommnndlD,; Mississippi Sqimdrou.
j Hon Gipeon Weius, Hce'j Nfity.
rnr iticai , mi iirAt , and dramatic.
SrNATon McDoroAii Is nt Wlllunl's.
Major Siplrt, captured at ( hancellor-vllle,
united In thaclty jester Uj
Major (rNi.Rti Uitint u ixpected In town
(Ienerai Mekukpith I,
uot goiug to the
Hell at present
GrruAi ( luwroni. has entered upon hla
General Bak?, uceoullng to a correspon
dent in New Orleans, Is rut growing i favor with
all classes in his department
Maj.Gen BrTTFRriEin.ihlcf officii Hook
er' slalt, is in town tiUj an I ha bad a long ln-
tertlew with the Prei 'enl
HiMriiKEi Mii.tM,orN.uth Adams, Mass ,
In hlsftMh jear, latlarnlof stont wall one day
lust week. -ninrt r UctiHeinun
Widow MrniTAnirpiiTTrn of South Adams,
Mass, completed her IKilhtr-ron lueadat list.
anl aiakib lur own bitliet That more than
me 10 j fir oil I nit s lit la lime tUji
Mil t Annltti Gaiieth, tin fiipeih dan-
euie, who ia lm i iiintfrili thelifalsof the
patrons nt the liinti-d u lt her idrouettes, will
close her engage i ir h H UtHj next week
Ropeht Gw i nm, rso, , m i resent u Justice In
the First ward, Uiltlniore, 1H teen nj pointed in
spector of iron-clad t, u He Jiaslcenemploj
edasoterscer anl 'lratuiiUmii in the principal
foundries in thi" umi.tr
(Ieseiui Maktisduf Military Goternor of
the Dlrtrlct of Uilumti., arrhed In the cltj this
morning, aRer a visit to Ms hume in the State of
New oik, and will Immeiliatel) nsume the du
ties of bis office
Majok Geneiui oi rn, nol otllcer In rank
to General Hwkei in tie Ann) of the Patomac,
has Icenln townafofdars esterday he paid a
visit to Oen Detens, who was wounded n the
first da) 'a 1 nttle at ( hniuellnrv illc
(Ien. JiviiB- Nti, fiotirtior of Nevada, ar
rived in town today bom New ork His return
to his new territorial home anion the mountains
has beendelajel I Important oHlelil business
Gaptnro: of .Tickskrg!
OFFICIAL DISPATCH 1
SEHT TO THE PRESIDENT!
57 GUNS TAKEN!
URGE NUMBER OF WSM TAKES.
THREE CHEERS FOR GRANT.
Wo are permitted by tho Prealdcnt to mako
thn following cjortone nnnonnceinent.
haro no time for rommenta. Tbo ncwa apealvi
KccoItwI by thoPrmldcnt at 12.30 p. mi
MtMPBia, Ttfi., May 23, 1R03.
Col. Anion StaRcr, Waihlngton, I). C.i
Ofllclal Information from below to Wcdnca-
day. Oen. Orant lu captured Ilnlnca' Blnff
nnd Iho entire worki of VlrUilmrc, large nnnv
bcr of prisoner), nnd flfty-errcn plrem of artll.
Ilalilc allll raglnK with eycry proipctt of
caplnrlnc Ihe entlro force In VlcVabnrR. Wo
hold Jackaon, Dlack Hirer lirldRe, nnd Haines'
Report making np for Wnahlngtnn.
W. (1. Ffijjsh,
Aaa't Manager Telegraph.
Post Mortem Deaertlou.
Day before yesterday morning tho body of a
soldier, exhumed for tho purpose of being cnt
to Washington for cmbalmcnt, was placed on
board tho John Brooke at Aquia Creek. Fonr
strong black men carried tho corpse with
atcrtcdfacca to avoid tho unwholesomo odor
which arose from the decomposed remains, and
In duo tlmo the box arrived at Blxth street
wharf In this city. But when tho agent of
Dr. Brown and Alexander stepped on board to
" tho Bacred deposit, lol the cage v,a
found empty the bird had flown. Subsequent
investigation led to tho belief that oncoftTpcIc
. M - froraI"' lmCI"
in i-uuiu i
A New York Councilman haa Introduced a
resolution to pay tho exemption fee of crcry
citizen drafted who la not able to nay the
money himself. It would coat the city 3,0J0,-
000 to carry out thla proposition,
Match Ilativecn Coburn and Hj er for
Tau Thouaand a Bide.
We loarn that last night a match was ma do
between Tom Hyer and Joo Coburn, " Cham
pion of America,1 for $10,000 a aide, tocomo
otT within six months.
Hot, Hotter, Hotteatl
hat would Pennsylvania a enuo bo llko In
till weather without the sprinkling cart ? We
shudder think of It.
Pkoposxl It will be seen, from an adver
tisement In another column, that proposal are
desired by tbo Navy Department for materials
at the Klltery, Charlestown, Brooklyn, Phila
delphia, and Washington navy-yard.
New School aud Old School Presbyterians.
PntiADEfinu, May 23. Tho General As
sembly (New School) Prcsbytorlan Church,
havo unanimously adopted resolutions for o
stated union and friendly Interchange by com
m1a3lonera,wIth the Old School Assembly, and
opjKiIntrd Hey. Robt. W. Patterson and Hon.
m. II. Drowu, toteprcscnt the New School
In the General Assembly now In cession at
An IwronTANT Lrrnm. Tho following
Trankand able letter I rom Mr Richards, in reply
to an Interrogatory, will be read with Interest
Nat 1 and, Washington, May 19, fm
DrmiH At the reoucstof seteral srentlemen.
I take the libel t) of asking a reply to the following
Dlt)ou. at any time, vole for or fat or a bill the
purport of whlcu waa to approortate a portion of
ine sen on i innu iu iuc rtiuKnuttii tu mu vuium-u
clklldrcnin the Dlstrlcl?
I am. resneetfulh . i our obedient sert ant.
Danim J M Caiitv
A (. Richards, Esq
Wasiunoton Citv, D C.. Ma) 33, 163
Daniel I Metnrty, si Sir I have the honor
to acknowledge the receipt of ) our letter of the
19th instant, inquiring w hcther at ny time I voted
for or (ttorrd hill for the appropriation of a por
tion of the school fund for the education of the
colored children In this District
1 In reply, permit me to state, that since I hate
bien connected with the Board of Aldermen no
moli " bill ' as is referred to In j our Interrogatory
Ms been before it, and therefore It is manifest that
I hate neither voted for nor favored it Not hat
ing t een a member of the Common Council, I have
had no participation In its dlstlactlte proceedings
3 Desiring, however, to at old any concealment
of my doings and recoicnlxlngthe right of the in
hibit mnts of Ihe District" to ascertain and know
my tlewa on any puMlo siilJect, 1 deem it proper
tossy, that when a motion was made in "theBonrd
of Aldermen," looking to an appropriation of the
tax levied on the property of colored persons, and
p ild by them, for the education of their own chil
dren, Mited for It This I considered an att nt
simple Justice to them, and oue which would meet
with the approval of every high-minded white
man Jew, if any of these, would wlshto educate
their chlidien out of the taxes of the colored pop
ulation a nut white I sustained this motion. I hiva not
in anj mode Interfered lu the words of the law,
with the school tux levied and collected upon
every white male citizen of the age of twenty one
years and upwards "
This fund is needed for the maintenance and im
provement of our schools And I will rejoice
when, Instead of being confined to damp cellars
and unhealthy buildings, commodious, dry, ai
well ventilated rooms shall I creeled or selected
for the education of our children
In this connection it may not bo inappropriate
to state that during the present session of the Ci
Councils a select committee, of which I have the
honor to be chairman, have matured plans ami are
now engaged In the erection of a magnificent
sen OOl Miliums on lenaiinnuin nrmii-, u-nr
Ithth street east, an 1 designed to aecommodate
the children of the citizens oi the Hftli and Sixth
wards This building will be a prl le and orna
ment to the clt), and It is mv t irnest wish that
the present )eai may see similar bull Ungsereeted
la each school unmet oi inn cii)
The children of the poor white man sho il I I e
educate I with a proper regard to their heullh nn 1
morals, and none of thilr rights n'iouU I e i It her
infringed or tiolated
The 1 1 h are also entitled to their rights In this
respect, but their means often enable them to se
lect schools for their children Independent of pub
(,lve me the power, and exact Justice shall be
done all classes, anl the poorest white man's son
In the District shall be so educ tied that he ma)
Aspire to the) igh poiltioa now so ably filled by
"the once poor boy of the West," and in the future
bttsme Ih. champion of our ilorlosi thlon, and
the foe ol all eraed or eosMaled rebellion.
HaTlna? thue ft.nklr aaiwered T?' U,"51"D'
without oanililenei what the anet of lh ,w."
tnajr on si. penoaallT aa a candidate for puono
Uror, or inqulrlai whether the Tlewa of nt rj
tpeotid opponent mt. bm aolIeltedon.Uieiub.
it, permit m. to BUMertM nveii,wiiitiT.ici.,
n) obedient lerT.nt, ) Ai C. Ricnaoi.
Use of colored men waa held laatnltht In John
Waaler ehurth. lerenteenth atreet. Themeetlol
waa fullr- attended and rerr aathUflaatle., John
urent waa choaent mairman, ana mw. .
Secretarr t , '
Lieut. Ool Raymond made an explanation of the
profrwe and preaent condition of the preeont tatrf
ment iwo eompaniea war. atrauj muvcc
thaierrlce.and theVotk of ralalaf thi other eight
eamnanlea waa h6w titorreaalnc (lnelr some al-
rtfariv hav.ttianlalmunnumber.but another dlffl'
eullr now nrauMed Itaelf. Theae two eompaniea
had been taken out of the handa of the men who
had all along had the control and direction of the
alalr, and placed In the handa of an under officer
who knew nothlnf of their wanta and feellnce ai
colored men, and who now appeereoto now eaciu.
1t enmmand over them.
If. fetrnl the nrnrreic of the reslment had been
aererelf chrtked by thla unnatural and tinmual
'cTTarner. erldenOy quite feeble from recent
lllnesi, addressed tae tneeiinf
Other remarks followed, by Wf un. ueo. jiauon,
Wm. lagram, Win. Wornley, Her. tese of
Bufl-lo, and Dr. Craig of New Jersey after wnii
the meeting closed
friers! names were added to the rolls.
We learn that an Interview was had with Major
Mneent. Assistant Adjutant General, at the War
Department, In rrgard to the difficulties alluded to
abo. , and that officer, with his usual well-known
courtesy, promised that every proper facility for
the speedy organisation of the regiment, should
be given to Col. Turner and Lieut. Col. Raymond,
TtaJTwiTITM PLAY. CA ST.-!. Ul-
TUD.-int csic oi iinii, n coiorcu -.. i-(iii-
from labor, claimed bv Geo. W. Durall. of Mary
land, wm yesterday discharged by Justice Wylle,
onthegreundthat he had no authority to Issue
the writ of habeai corpue. Subsequently he was
arrested and placed la the custody of Superintend
ent Webb, Mr. Dean, counsel for the colored man,
went tn Mr Webb and demanded that Hall be re
Mr. Webb not wishing to discharge him, turned
him ot er to the Military Governor. About eleven
o'clock this morning, Marshal Lamonhada long
latenlewwlth the Military Governor relative to
the conflict of Jurisdiction. The case waafuither
postponed until Monday, at II o'clock, when It will
l finally determined
CniMIifAL Count. Judgt Olin prttiding.
Wurdau, May tu In the case of Mary K. Kills,
flf-.HlU,ladlctedforpetlt larceny, the Jury ren
dered a verdict of guilty. Sentenced for 6 heurs,
to commence at 11 o'clock, May Sid, to terminate
6 o'clock same day
Ta the case or George w. Benner, charged wnn
iault and battery with Intent to kill, and tried
j esterday, the Jury have returned a sealed verdict,
but owing to the absence of one, It has not been
Jas. Rogan, indicted for grand larceny, was louna
The caseof Catherine Butler, indicted lor larceny,
Is now on trial,
KiDNApriKO. Yesterday, tho fugitlYO slave
Andrew Hall was released from custody by Judge
Wylle. Ills former owner and several Maryland
slaveholders assembled la the lobby, and seised
him whilst he waa comlog out from the court room
Br the kindly Interference of several cltltens
preseut, he was released from their grasp Judge
Dean rode hastily to the Trovoit Marshal's office,
and stated the facta of the occurrence. A guard
went down and took the colored freeman la charge
BiUfiRiAO. Joe Coburn, the pugilistic cbamS
plon of America, ls to give exhibitions at the Can
terbury Hail, next Monday an. Tuesday after
noons It ls an exciting and not unpleasant spec
tacle to see a sparring match when the gloves are
used i and Coburn ls one of the best sparrers la the
country, as n ell aa a powerful fighter. " Tom and
Jerr),'ft pleasant farce, Is to be played, and the
boxing will le Introduced la the piece
Deaths or Soldiers. Tho following death
hate occurred slace our last; report)
Allen Chandler, 17th P.cavalryi reterSlng,7.th
Pa i George Vastblnder, twth N Y. Henry Emory,
list N Y i reier camp, tow vi nam mon u
Rankin, 3d Pa. artillery) James Stanley, 3d R I i
Pitts S Windsor, 3d R. I f George L. Brown, 12th
N Hi Jame alaloy, 115th Pa i Patrick Hugkrs,
6M Pa i Daniel Reed, Itftth I'a.
House Stiuuno. Martin Barker, a Govern
ment teamster, waa arrested jestertla) by Officer
Clements, of the fourth precinct, charged with
stealing two horses frem "Soott's ft" He was
fully committed for court
Keai Fstate Safes Sold by Orcen A Wil
liams, three haudenroe building lots on Twelfth
street, 1twecn Mar) land atenue and K street
south lit 13 was purchased by Dr Morgan at 8
cents per font Lota 14 and 15, by Mward Weaeo
i(, , at ft cents per foot.
Tub CmiNtii- In Iho Common Council last
evening, the resolution authorising the sal of cer
tain wharf lot-, tv huh was returned without the
approval of the Major, was taken up, and, after a
spirited discussion, defeated, thereby sustaining
the Major's teto 1 his property, It Is now thought,
will be sol 1 at auction to the highest bidder
A NAnnow Escaie. Yesterday afternoon,
whilst Sergeant J B Wakefield and BeeJ Houser,
one of the guard nt the Aquednat Bridge, were
bathing three or four hundred jtnls below the
bridge, Wakefield was suddenl) seized with
cramp, and when discovered w i- su nearly ex
hausted that It waa with great rill!) cull) his com
panion could sate him and ctrr him ashore, a
distance of ahout 30 or 40)ards They are both
members of company D, First independent batsl-
lion, One Hundred and Fifty -set enth Penns) It aula
volunteers frrgeant Wakefield Is stationed at
the Chain Bridge) he was merel) on a t isit here
Him A wat. About 7 o'clock yesterday eve
ning, a horse attached to a buggy ran at a furious
rate up the canal Several citizens endeavored to
stop him, but to na purpose, Hni.lt), he was
brought tp a halt by the guard at the northern
and of the Aqueduct bridge. No person was in I he
Scsnciois CuAiiACTEas. Two ralscrcauts,
named McCulloh and Tompkius, have boon lately
seen prowling b) night around the college, much
to the disturbance of that peaceful neighborhood
Last etenlng they appeared again Detectives
Strong and King hat o been set on their track.
Marine List. A rrlvalt Steamer Devcuncy,
Brlatow, Phila i mdse
steamer Swan, Rose, Belle Plain) light
Schr Algerian, S Plerc), Jackson, Nantlookee
river, Md i wood to Dixon tt King
Schr Oeean Heral 1, Wjlle, Portland, Me i hay
and plaster to Government and others
.Schr ankee Doodle, ancllef, Alex t light
Schr Hliabeth and Meanor, Hudson; same
Schr Sajah Lavinla, tort Washington) light
Barge Terklns and McCann, Donnell, Aquia
Creek, camp equipage
Barfe Golden Age, Ckapmau, Aquia Creek old
Barge Wandering Boj , Doughert) j same
Rarge Margsrett Y, Ilagertyi same
Boats, mostl) from I ittle Fulls; 60,000 to Jno A
Dfjjartuw steamship Salvor, Mott, New Vork,
fx.hr, Moses G Leonard, Lav itt, Pro. Mcnce It 1 1
coal from Ray's Docks
Schr O len wood, Baytes, South filasenbury, Ct
coal Irutn same
Schr C L. Ba)les, Tonker, Norwich, Ct t coal
Schr Carrie Wells, Brown, Fall River, Mass
coal from Aguew's Docks
Bchr D C Hulse, Kempton, New orki coal
from Cumberland C ,! To
Schr Huabeth and Heanore, Hulson, New
York, coal from same
Kehr Sarah latlnla, Nrost, Dlghton, Man t coal
from Borden Mining ( o
Mutter In relati n to the Chesapeake and
Ohio canal is necessarily crowded out to-day
Business Ijrostrato. Marketa unchanged.
Herrings selling t perthousand Shad he dis
km n rlvlBV 11lBr.a ! VIM
rrvacauia: HManrniv, or u. paacor, KavTIU
Howmtt. The vublli are cordlallr Invited. Seat
free. "' tt
A LtCTcm will be delivered thli t Batnrdavi
evenlnt, at ameed'a Hall, 181 Math atreet, nearE,'
br Bryan Tyion. a refuge, from North Carolina.
Subject! He will rive hla naaona for arowlar
and flndlcatlag union aenumeatet nia eonaaqnena
arreat and lmprlaonmentt hla trial before Oor.
Vance) atate of the reeling In North Carolina) an
account of hla eroding the llnee, fco Doora oaen
at7K o'clock! Lecture will oommenaaats. Ticket.
tfteante (tob. had at the door). Clergymen adJ
milled free. Proceede aboye eapenua ahall be
applied teethe Union came. my
NoCoumoMiii wira Thuion os Tui.
Tona-NOTlen 1 am authorlied by the Secretary
of War to ralie k BATTALION OF CAVALRY for
Kaoh eompany will be orsnlied as presortbed la
Gcnsral Orders No. 134, series of IMS.
All officer wilt be selected and appointed by the
Colonel Commanding, subject to tae approval of
From tho peculiar nature of the aerrlce reaulred
'"" Battalion, none but aober, honeat,and In-
. u-uiibdi d i win m niiiiaia.
telllgent men will be enlisted.
The best, fleetest, and most service W Horse
only will be used
Thi Battalion will he armed with the new cele
brated Repeating Rifle, discharging fifteen shots
For further particulars, apply at No. 317 Penn
sylvania avenue L, C. BAKRR,
may S lm Colonel Commanding Battalion.
Tn Nauoh-Jtxioh ll-aauiTwiu. no
public meetings every TUESDAY KVKNLNe.,
in their Hall, 481 Ninth street There wUl be
speeches, National Songs, fee. The reading-rooms
Skflren every evening. Dr 4-4w
JJT?a!!: si'. Sf "? ?
accredited aa an Agent to solicit and reeelv sub
scriptions and contributions In auppert of the Na
tional union League Reading Room.
WM. BEBB, President.
Tiieo, F stq-ii, Sec'y
To Conscmptive. Tho dreitUer having
been restored to health In a few weeks, by a very
simple remedy, after having suffered several years
with a set ere lung affection, and that dread
disease, consumption, Is anxious to make known
to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire tt, he will send aeoprofthe
prescription used (free of charge,) with tha direc
tions for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a snac Cuai for Coniu-jptton,
Asthma, Bao-ciirrii, a.e. The only objeet of the
advertiser in sending the prescription, 1 to bene
fit the afflicted, and spread Information which he
conceit es to be Intaluable, and he hopes every
imirrrrwin try mi rrueuy, as II WUl COSl them
nothing, and may prove a blesslog.
KF.V. DWAROA WILSON,
V illlamsburgh, Kings county, New York,
rty 18 3ra
tW Ice C ream and Water Ices, wholcaalo
and retail Motels, boarding-houses, retail stores.
ftrtlci, fairs, excursions, and sutlers famished at
he lowest prices Families supplied with the best
cream ard confectionery, and delivered to any pait
of the clt) and Georgetown, at the Baltimore Con
feet Ion erv sixth street betwn G sad 'I.
myst-lm J is. SHAFIELD.
Tub Diseases or E niton. Let M.Hadiet
d'Errtur ) I, John B Ogdea. M. D , author aid
publisher of the above work, do hereby promise
and agree to send (free of charge) to any young
man who will write for It, a sample copy for peru
sal The proper study of mankind Is Mar. This
valuable work Is Issued and sent forth for th ben
efit of saflerlne humanity It treats In simple
language on all the diseases of rror, Including
Seminal Weakness. Nervous Debility, Indigestion,
Melancholy, Insanity, Wasting Decay. Impotenc),
aut, e xlvlnir. safe, speedy, and effectual pre
scription for their permanent cure, together with
much valuable Information All who favor me
with a desire to read my work shall receive a sam
ple copy by retura mall, free of charge
Address JOHN B. OGDN, MD ,
my 18 lm lStW Nassau st , New York.
Tub Giii at Pennsylvania HotrriT The
Juickest and safest route to the Northwest and
euthwest. Two through trains daily, and on on
Sunday. Soldiers' tickets at Government rates to
all the principal points In the North aad West.
For tickets and further information apply at the ef
floe of the "Great Pennsylvania Route," northeast
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth atreet, un
der National Hotel. Office open from 7 s. m, to I
p. m on Sundays 3 to p, m
E. O. NORTON,
sua- S As.at.
QtucKERT. I earnestly caution young men
suffering from Nervous Debility, &e , against en
dangering their health by patronising any or the
advertising quacks You can fully recover by th
methods used by the advertiser, and byhundrtds
of others, and in no other way Read a letter which
a nn .-iiu you, ii you win senu me a poswaia en
velope bearing your address Direct to
KDWAIID H TRAVPR.
Look Box, Boston. Mass
j--:- --- v
rpWO SPLENDID NEW BOOKB
Till, ilay publish!, anil for sale by
Hookielltr and Htatlon.r,
may 21 tt Chron 134 Pa. arrnu,.
f ft DAT IK 1) U 0 E M E N T R
VX to Funm Alans or
OFFICFRV SUTU RS' AND PURVFVOBV
8 U T P I. I F. 8 ,
l'RESERV D MEATS,
he , Ave , he ,
PHRJ WINts AND LiqliUR.,
tin ins AND TODACCO,
At wholesale anil retail
Purchaser! are Invlti il lo call anil examine thla
large and well selected stock of choice goods.
t ery article will lie ottered at
URFATI.V Ilt DUO D PRICFH,
Which ctnnotfall toghe latlif.cllon
C,H) II IIATI'S,
formerly Oatei St Wood,
2i renniylvanla avenue.
msylJ-irtl oppoilte Wlllard'ajlotel
OENOY O F
JOHN TA1 LOR ! RONS'
albant luriaui, OBla.ll
i. xx Ai.ni.
We are comtantly receiving a full auptily of
thcie celebrateJ DRAUQHT ALES, direct 'rom
Meiin John Taylor ftv bona, In casks and half .asks,
and solicit tha patronage of citizens and the trade.
BATES . WOOD,
229 Pennsylvania avenue,
Jin 21 oimoilte Wlll.nl Hotel
EW LETTEH8 PATENT.
(Certificate No 38,665, May 28, IBM J
INSTANTANEOUS INDICATOR I
The Advantages of this lm entlon are that a
Machine is ottered to the Public, that will account
ALI MON F YH RFCMVED
For the great benefit of Chartered Companies as
City Passenger Railroad Cars, Jerry Boats of the
various Cities, and Foot Passengers over Bridges
THIS MACHINK Is not at the control of Conduc
tors or Gate Keepers Is In no way complicated,
nnd of great strength and durability! to further
comment by us on this saving point Is unntcessar) i
it is an Intaluable
T E h L-T A IiK M A C II I N E I
Against the too oftrn practiced
Its general use is also wherever Mouejs are paid
for Admission, such as
On their dttterent Tiers, and all other Public Dacca
of tahlbltioni Large Hrst-clas Hotel Dining
Rooms, (Proprietors of which will sate a quarter
of their rents by Its Introduction, Fair Grounds,
Race Courses, Wheel ehicles, and last, though
not least, this principle prevents fraudulent Re
turns of otes at Dec I ions
p s Communications from those having use
for such Machines, addressed to the Undersigned,
will rteclte attention
HOV LAND CROMFLIEN.
WILLIAM R CRISP,
Patentees, SfM Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, May iO, 1803 lnyu dtf
14iOlf BALE A HARE CHANCE TO
intest Ai y one wishing to engage In the
-Her) Business, will do Hell to call immediately
at the Livery and Rale Stable, cornerof Bridge and
Market streets, (seorgethwn, D C, and examiner
the stock and outfit, as it will be sold a bargain.
The stand Is the best in town, and doing a first rate
business Satis -awtory reasons for selling, and
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atreet, between D and K atreete. the revular aer
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