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r(Mirt,'iM oo th tttb dmv of Jan. A. p.!H
i tuoti vuDiNUHnvmnDrni unHDinm
' AttotMjforMid ttitrit, pyir '"
v,Uoii oitud ywl bot, oti, oiv UUv oln
Bnd propcrtr;ftnd that proNi of bokIUok
thenar, and all prMM tatetcttM er elalDilnf an
A lateraai therai wariUHthnnat aaa aarly May
to appear and aaawaraawUa!' t i nvi
It U, Uatttora, OapsacD by thlt conrL ta adail
rally aitilaf, thta ttn day of Jttoa. A D. lStS, tnat
Botlaa bo cum k th owam of aaid yawl Mat.
ih-j &ott, bood. M1U, ml aad proparty aad all par
aooalatamtod or olatmjDK aa lotcrcat tbawala to
appTir and arnwer thii libel oa tha tint Monday
la Aufuat axt, aad ahow eaaae. If any they hara,
wbyaatd yawl boat, aotca, bondt, blllt.coia and
property aboutd cot bo coademnea and aold ao
eordlot to law; aad that laid nolle b glrao by
. potUag a copy of tola order upon the front doar
" of tba Court Houm of aald Ctatrlct, nod by pubR.
cation In tha National RcruaucAM twteo a waek
rrerloaato aald tint Monday la Aucuat. ib flrtt
puauaanorj w v on or evior am nm iuonay in
J uly it.- -. iu " -
Jnr ortar of Court. '
Teat: B. J. MtlGl, Out
Copy Teat: H. S, HCIOA, Clark.
SUPREME COURT OP THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA, ITTIhO Al THE
DISTRICT COUKT OF THD UNITED ITATKa
VVK TUt SAID VUTR1UT.
Uolte4 Stataa w. Tawl Boat (no naau) aad ear
gt, and eerUlo paekakea of moaey, bank notca
and eoln la prlre I
Wtaaroaa tba aald Tawl Boat, and earfo, and ear
tala paakafca of money, bank notea and eota,
wero raptured aa prlio by tba acbaoner Raoar. at
taebed to tha Potouno flotilla, and brVugbt ato
of aald court, and on the th day of June, A D
It, a Libel waa flld la aald court by tba United
Statea Attorney for aald dlatvlct. praying tba con
demnation of uU I awl Boat, and ctrce, aad eer
tala package! of money, bank notea and coin l and
tbat proeea of monition and attachment laaua
agalnat the aante, aad the owncra thereof, warning
them at aome early day to appear and aawaar aald
It la, therefore. OaoEKEiTby tbla Court In Admi
ralty, alttlng tbla suth day of June, A D. 1WJ, that
nouaobo gtvaa to tho owneraot aald yawl boat
aad carco. and eartala sackacecof money, bank
notea and coin, and all bereone latere ted or claim
ing ma interval loeirui, to appear iuiu uiwcr taw
Libel on the flrat Monilay in Auguat next, and
ahow eauae, If any they have, why aald yawl boat
anil earro. and certain oackaaea of tnoner. bank
notea and coin, ahould nut becondcnuLedaadaold
aceordfnr to lawi and tbat aald notice be aired br
poatlng a copy of tbla order upon tbfgfront door of
vuurt luniin oi emu vitirni, anu vj iuviigwM
In the Natioral. Republic am. twtoea wvekpre
loui1ia the aald lint hlondaT In Auniit. tba firat
publication to be mod oa or before the lint Mon
day la July neat.
mj oraer oi me touit.
Copy Teat t
J y sawtaugs
n. J. NEIGI, Utrk.
R. J. MKIOS, ClRk.
OUPREME COURT OP THE DIB.
lO TRICT OP COLUMBIA, 81TT1NO AS THE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
United statea ti Part of Lot No 7, Square 4M, la
Whereaa that part of lot numbered aeven (7), In
quar ouuufrvu ivur uynuivu ana ntij-aia w;, i
deaoribedaa followa: Beginning at the eoutbweitJ
corner or aaia lot, ana running eaat tony iour t)
leet, eleven and oae-quarler (tU.) lncbeai thence
north t.lnetylne feet, eight and one-half (BK)
lochtfB to toe rear II lo of aald lotj thence west
forty-tour (44) feet, elcveaaad oo-quartar (11V)
laabeai thence aouth ainetyalne ff) feet, eight
ana oneu4i to ) loanrs to tne piae oi Dtfaiuoios,
aa Ibe aame la kaown. marked and dealgaated oa
the ground plate and plana of the city and county
of Wakhlngioa and District of Colombia, recorded
la the land record of aald DUtrlct, together with alt
tae lmproveineole, bulldlnga, rtrbta, prtvUegea,
jappurtenanaea, and other hercuitamenta to the
.me belonging, or la any wlae appertaining,
acdrvll'tha rlgfat. title, and latere-, of Jamee
J Waring therein baa been aelxed by the Martha)
of the United utatea for the Dlatrlct of Columbia,
by tlrtue of an act of Coogreeai approved on the
aerantecatb day of Judy la. tbe year of our Lord
one thoueeod eight hundred and atxty-two, en
titled " An Act t euppreee InaurracUoB. t pan
lib Treaaon and Rebcllloa, to aelie and eonflacate
the Property of Rebela, and for other purpoaear'
U4 PJIIUIiai, a,u a uauaapu Pta,H J.auaajT lui aiau
Dliirlct of Columbia did, on the aixteentadayof
June, A. D, lttBiflla a. Libel of lnlorautloa la
tbla Court, praying tkt condemnation of aald
property and real aetata, under the act aforeaald.
ana. ina. prooeaa oi mouiuon iiaue again at me
owner ana owncra oi aaiu property ana reai eaiaic.
aau owncra oi aaiu property ana reai estate.
il persona intareatedTor claiming an latere at
d," warning them at aome earl day to ap-
naar and iiiwer .lit Information l
ft la therefore, on tbla aUteenth day of June, In
the year of our Lord eighteen hundred ilxtjr three,
UaDcarDthatnotleebeglvea to the owner aad
owncra of aald property and real catate. and all
peraona lntreeed or claiming an lntercai therein,
to appear aad answer tbla In formation on the drat
Monoarof Aucuatneat.and ahow cauae.lf any they
ii, why aaiu property and real eatate, and the
ti.rht.titH. and lnturc.i therein of the aald James
J. Waring ahould not be condemned and aold ao-
ooniing to taw, ana tiat none si en vj jiua
a extp-ofibra order upon the front door of the
'Court Houae of the Dlatrlct of Columbia, and by
nuhrlfiktlrtfi In tha N ATI O HAL RKVDCLICAM. tWlOOa
week prertoua to aald Brat .Monday of Auguat, the
Aral publioatlua to be oa or before the flrat Monday
of July neat.
By order of the Court.
Teatt R. K MLIUS, Clerk.
Copr-t"ti IL J. MMIaI, Clerk.
SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS
TRUrrJOF CULUAIU1A, SITTING AS THE
UMTED STAlLa DltflRlCT COUHf -OH
Unite! Statea va the weat half of Lot Ho. 6,
Square ISO. 45, In Washington city.
Vhereas, tha weat half lot numbered aU (I) In
BQuare numbered four hundred aud fllty-ttve liU)
as the BMue i known, marked and deaignated on
the ground plate and plana of the city and county
of Waahlnaton and Dlatrlct of Columbia, recorded
In the Land Kecordaof aald Dlatrlct, together with
all the lin nro v amenta, bu.idingi,rights,prlvtlrgia,
stiputtcuancea, and other LwrodUeoieata to the
iniiie brlongUig, or la any ulae appertaining, and
all tba right, t(ile, audlntareatol Henry iVly.er
therein, liaa been aelzcd by tfao Marahal of the
United btatea Jor the Dlatrlct of Columbia, by vir
tue of an act of Coogma, approved;on the aeven
tecnthday of July, m Vhe year of our Lord one
thous'tnd eight hundred and aUtr.two, entitled
"Anacttoaunpreaa Inanrreatloo, to punlah trea
aon anU (TIM1UB. ta ' 10114 ,vuuan aaiw ,' ,-
city of rebela. and fur other purpuaeai aud wlirre
aa. the UiUled mates Attorney fur the Dlatrlct of
7 ', Li. Ill laal.lA.nil. ,lawrji,na A Ti
UOIUUIVia U1U, VU Hk1 llAMVUia aai u. auaaw, a. -
ihtu file a llbtfl of tnforuatlnnlnthla court, pray
iiur ihe coodcioaatloa of aald property and real
rlT-ta nn.ia tha aat afureaald. anti that woceaa
of niobltioniaaue agalaat the owner and owncra of
.Kid property and real estate, and all penonalater
eatrd or claimlug an Intereat theieln, -warning
thein at some early day to appear and anawer aald
luiormaiioni 1.1 , . ,. , ,. .
1. 1. (Korarnra. iin tbla alteenth liar of June. In
tha jear of our Lord eighteen hundred aUt) three.
uausaLu that notice w given to the owner and
owncra of aald property and r
lerions lotercalcdor claiming
anu reai estate, anu aii
aii interest: mere
in. to aonear anu au-wvt imiwiw-hvb mw
.vaa -. ,1. l.f.,.B1.l.. ., a,,-
Si Tba ?.,"'. Utf.r o"lX.St taiK of tB
aald Henry JB. 1'vlar should not bo ciQdcuncd aud
!.. 1.1 a.nVi..ff t.i tivri and that noUoe bu civ en by
posting a copy uf thia order upon the front door
ibe Court liuuae of tl a 1M atrial of Columbia, and
I. I.llaallnll In 111 N ATI tlM A I. IlLPUBLICAM
twice week pre.toua to aald Urefe Monday of
Auguat, tne nrai puoiioauoii to vm wu vc . wv
DM. Aiuuua UA .(All ...
By order of Uic Court. .,,- , v
leSIl lt a AMrU4, VHI.I
Cojry.TeatJ 1C J. MUGS, Clark.
Jeao i vrtAugl
riMUSlB 10 GIVE NOTIOE, THAT
1 the subacrlber baa obtained from the Or
.iTtn'a Court ot Waahlagton county, in the Dla
trlct of Columbia, lettera of Administration on
of waahlnglon City, I C , deoeaaed All peraona
having claims agaluit the aald deceaaed are hereby
warned to exhibit the aame, with the vouchers
thereof, to the aubaulber, on or before tbevoth
darof Junoneati thcr may otherwlae by law be
jx.cludcd from all bencllt of the aald eatate. Given
under my LTtMAS.
Wtn i ltqwimini' hi1i'iik
a ai l o a -i
rAMim TLtnuxtrm tunjuiA. rot
Bmo, it 4 fsrrfxxpnM, Italin
tmila. M'Cl MDUn MMtrtM.1 ftl
IMlMiUiunuif - j i ii ti
MnritMk'nilllNI V"' '' !
xwcuuitui)... udiitp. - . ;
CliaUr t Ml vtffM . m., UM, Un u4
ittMltftll.ulB.n, II !.
U.t. kiuiM lor Dmc u4 taknM4UHi ito.
. . ..TAUJri M MAlTlMOtf
Utn wilmlmtoa at IM, t tit. a, lin, .
p.miudlookn. . '
will rvm w nuowii -
Lavm Mldlnbll.tat hRVTlU. mAI.1
LiiT.WllSnrtom tot rrrjrU u4 UtaimadV
ftt4 PlM.lt t 810 p B "
Lmt Wllmloito. tot fkUUalpU. ud lilM
HIM pi.lW H p. Oa II
ONDAVS oult atiiuauud UBboarUta-
dslphU to BattlmoN.
rron wjuuimi w ruuowpoi i p. m. bbu
Onfr it . D. m. (ton Battlman ta rhnal
"A.. nttt . oM
MBW TORK IIJII,
nrriunrll iNn.MlAV AND PHILADK1
FHIA AIID TBIJITUn a1I,kuau war"
faojf rsiLADXLpmA to nxw tomx
AAXI WA.I ruwju,
rnaa Walkwt'tn.l Waarf am bb
WTVbinm as foix(5w,tii Far.
At A,K.,UCix4eaatf Al
AeeoaimodatlOB . . . fUl
Aft a a ar. ia cajnden-and Jaraer Cttn
Mormlag Expreee S.00
Al S Aa M , via Camden aad Jersey Uty
9d Claaa Ticket -. -
At 11 A. M ,vla bojtngtoa and Jeraey OtyL
At IS H,tU Caenden aad AatbOy-C. 4
A. AceoaamodatUa La
At s r. Mavia Qkaaoaa and Amboy C aad,
A. EKDreaa - S.S
At s r M.VlaKMatogionaadJewtrCltyi
Waaklairtoa and N. V. Express - AOO
KvenlngMaU -w MS
At UXT M Tvla Ktvialngtoa and Jersey atyi
At lK(Nlgbt) via Reaalagtoa aad Jersey
awntnersi ass ti
-11 y, Bontavrn aapim
P. M ,vla Caatdea aad Aaaboy Aaeoav
modattoa (Freight and Fiueagar
tat claaa ticket '
ii, is tv sff. Vvaalaa- Hall and tha LAS fJUsat)
Southern Capreai wlH run dally, (all otaara, iun-
WA1H1NQTON AND NEW TORE.
Laae Waahinstoa at S and IMS A. M. and I and
o-sor. m ... ...... A -a A
Leave new xora at 7 anu iu a . ana i v m.
It SO P. M
Fifty pounds of BaggK nIf allowed each paa-
aeager Paaaeagen are prohiMtaa rro-a tauag
anything aa BaggafO hot their waartag appaeai.
All Baggage over uty Maae,to
m paid for extra.
The Com paay 11ml I their ree poaalh!
to One Dollar per pound, and will sot be liable tor
any amount beyond 100 Dollars, "cetrt by speeUl
MiraSS. ' -' WW. at afca, i
January a, ia-4.
LINKS. FROM HEW TORE n PHILADELPHIA
From foot of CortlaodstrMt.at IS a , an44p. ,
via Jeraey City aad Csvavdea atland 19 a. ., ,7 ad
aad I1J0 p. m. via Jeraey city ana aMraington.
From foot of Barclay elree at S a, aa. aad S p. I
...AAA.AJ -Al Ua--t . ,. . .. .J
rrem ner ro i norm mver, at a man p m
(rreigni anu raaeouger; vvn asbovj mm vaunn.
ua ana aner nunuAi, apm a.a, , www
DaUy train will be ran between Waahlagtoa east
Wheeling and Parkerabnrg, two between Wash
ington aud Harper's Ferry, and aU between Wash-
UlgtOD aou amui inuf, mm luuwwii
FOR FHlLADkLPHIA. NEW YORK aad BOSTON.
Leave Waahlagton at 8 and It is a. m.f aaoss au
On Sunday at M p m. only.
'-' Loave at to, 9M and 11 IS a m, and 1.00, M
and M p ra.
Va bunday at a. is., and I aad M p. aa. onJy
FOR ALL PARTS or THE WEST,
Leave Waahlagton at S.S0 a, a., aad S, S and f.so
On Sunday at I aad S.S0 p. ta, oaly.
FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH,
Leave BalUmoN for Waahlngtoa at 4Jt,S aad
10 a id, and 140. ft and 8 P a..
The third and fourth traloa only from Baltimore
and the flrat and fifth train from Wuhlngtoa.
atop at way points.
Leave Baltimore at 8 a m and dp m.
Leave Waahlagton at 8 a m. aaifa p. m.
Km i ., fnr ADnannlts an Btindav.
For further Information, UekaUof ovary kind,
Ac, apply to J T. Lugland, Agent, at Camden Sta-
uon, or at . m. -. p mn
Maats r Tranapcrtloa.
aDg1U ftaneral Ttehat Araata.
EW LETTERS PATENT,
(Certiflcate No M,aw, niey as, iocs j
INSTANTANEOUS INDICATOR I
The Advantagva of tbla Invention ar that a
Machine la oderod to the Public, that will account
ALL MONEYS RECFIVED
i,a naat hiMiutlt of chartered ComDanlee-
Clty Paaaeuger Railroad Cara, ferry Boataof the
various Ciu-, and out 1 aaat-ngera oyer Bridge
THIS MACHlNa. la not at theeontrotof Coaduc
toraor Gate Keepers la la no way complicated,
aud of great atraogth and durability r o further
commen t by uaon tliu MTlutIo-ot U unaeoeeaary 1
it ta an inyaiuauie
T ELL-TALE MACHINE I
Agaluat the too-ofteo practiced
Its general uae U also wherever Moneys ara paid
for AdiuUalon. auch as ,.
On their dlirarant Tiara, and all Other Public Place a
of kBhlbltlout Large sliatlaaa Hotel Dining
llAAaa. I Pi-r.i.rUtAaTA of Whlala Will aBVC O QUArtCr
of their rente by Ua latroduatloa,) Fair Crounua,
Race CoUraee, Wheel Uialeaf and last, though
nut leaat, titla prlualple preveaU Fraudalaut Re
turns of otcs at bieetlous
P. S, Coaianunicatlona from those having me
for aaeh MacbUea.aiMreaaed to the Undenlgned,
will teeeive attention
WILIilAM JU VAIBfl
ratentaes, afti Peausylvauln Avenue.
WaahlngVon, MVjd. ! taysa dtf
TTNI0N CLAIM AQENCY
L0KWENTHAL A WAXRN,
A0T p.iMiylaiala Avaawa,
WaiblofUn, 0 C,
Proeura Fauloai, kouatlii, Back Paf, Arraan ol
Pav. lar oUMn and aao. ..
oraioa aa Toiflatr Pay Anaount. Cbaraaa
aodanta. latora.Uoa glraa p.tultoualy.
0mm tla i W MHwk, anal mm fct
T until mHhWnUl,ir'J "
-ilt kll '' " - ' .J
trumm, mooUIm PfuudpAapklarimtnutioia,
AHIIIHK1 BAOM iDMftld, ABl upk tk.OM
io u wi B7 Ian ' wMnavwaABw, Mr wiupraap-
aadtaapar wataa aaaiataf Oalaa furalL
Till aiil.lEA.ACLAiafa rO. lMDEMNITr.
tf AoWlarl aallataditaM Ui. lit Of IfAnk', IM1,
aUakladkf dlaaaaa or vuaaa,an aaUUad ta Paa
iIoba. Afl aoldlara wko aarra tor two Taara, at
dortta tba waa, iuai4 u aoaaaa alow, wul aa aa-
MUmiIa atoo Boaatv. ,
Br a law or tbalait acaaloa of Oo&ffraat. Alt lot
dlara dlMthapaad oa .naanlil a aeudl aaaaivaa IB
tha alnrlca, alaoa tba ComaMooamcat of tba War,
ball racalra tha V bovatrt aad all raraaua
ataapa haratotoraranairad oaaotdtari appUoatloa
papara ara dUpaaaM with. Widow oraoldlrra
taa flag aoaall'. u uarli.Ba wiaow,ian,iaa
BUor ekUdraa, aad If no minor akUdraa, tbaa Ua
fatblrt noUicr, ititara, ar hrotbera ara taUUad to
tba ditto booatr, and, la addition tbrttto, depand-
ant Botbara, alatan, or brothara will ba paaaloaad
WI1XM t OAVIX3RD.
Wuhlnjtoo.C. a,19. Barn-ly
rpilOMAB E. LLOYD.
dTTOXNXr FOR CLAiMAttTS,
urn Atnt por rttocumaw
aflttntv Laada. VaaSaLans. Airaare .
of fay. Extra ray, -,
WAflHINGTON, b. 0
Will glr proiapt aad afleteat attaaltoa t the
aroaeutioa of Clalma of every deaetlpUoa acalnat
sue uearaunenSf ana buw bo saarg VABuasai siw-
Both refarainoe aarl atvarfaaj lor Jlcap wilt ba
Baavda a at ti f m tory.
ara- PsnaUoa aaawred foe aoldtara wsttuded erdla-
eeeddtartM-awttalatwaii also, for tba widows
od orphans of aeAdters who ham died frOai woaada
Tleai also, Rouoty Moaey for tha hatra-ia-Uw el
Idlers daceaaad during tha axUtiag war.
reee tnnaea wiu attorney! or oiner peraona ror
aTno nignen pruw paia ior Aasna v arraata.
THOMAS X. LLQYD.
Attorney for ClalaJanta,
No. 4 avvanth street,
Waahlagtoo, D, C
Jf.B. ato of papers rrobll-klag the above aard
win bo eaUUed to my aervlaae to tha amount of
ateUaaargea. T. E.L.
ni-AIMB AOAIK8T UNITED'
TIN LEY BIOOER, (late RerliUr of the United
SUtea Treasury,) and CHARLLS E. SHERMAN, I
UOUJiaeiion as law, wiu aervt uuir entAn attaa-
uon to tne prosecution anu eaiuemen. oi oem
agal&at the united Statea. growing out of tha pres
ent war, including the Aacoanta and Clalma of ,
States, Oontraaton, anj Dlabunlng Ofllosni appU- j
aattoasfor tha restoration of property Illegally
aelsed or captured, and for eompeasatloa for the j
naa of private property tot Oovernmant purpoeee,'
and for damages for the Injury of auch property by I
the atary.for mUltarypay.penBlons.aad bounty
lands and for dUtiibative aharea tf aaoaeva pays- i
bloat tha Treasury and doe to sub attieactoaa aad j
They will also give iegal advlea to elalmants I
eoatraeton, aad to unprofcaalonal agenta In UU
gated eases and prepare written arguments when
With nen-realdent Agtnta who may toad them
si-lims,ajaaulUbledifUlia of eomailaaloaa wtU .
Uadrsputeo Demanaa wiu do eouecxea ana
eroaeptly eemlHed tor a eomaaiaaloa of front a hall
a two and a half par seat- dapeadUag oa the
By prortpTattentloa, moderate chergee,long e I
perienoe, ana a auaina anowiaoge oi to -u-w.
NfaaaaWae. ajdea, aad prooadeat governing that
einat aflwiainaeeat tha Mperteneata, they hope to
nader tie! erWfe useful t olalataata and publU
iamfarakeiiaRtv'be madato nlembc'riof Congress.
aad officers of the Govern meutiend eepectally, by
permission, UUarJon ktaaukWMirruaxT,l'lrat
TaSST wuVa. "mefiKR fc irtiAMAN.
w aaninertoB, a, v.
UU1SS, 110 BIV W llaiui; auv naa-
Urdeiotel. nov 8-m.
OOME8,, tSllOWM A CO.,
O.A1MJ AND PATINTA,
( Ml Saraatb atraat, Waiblafton, D. a,
I train Plata, Natr York City.
wi airta ar rCBHiauon to
Hon Hannibal Hamlin. Vice Prealdent
Hon Martin Kalbfletacn,. Mayor. Brooklyn.
Hon, AbUah Mann, Jr .New York city.
Hon. John Goodwin, N C.Maine
Hoa. Thomas U. Edwards, M. C , N H.
Hon Edward II Roll In a " '
Hon. Aleaander H. Rice, " Maaa.
Hn.JohnB Allay. "
Hon. Alfred A fiuraham, N Conn.
Hon. Dwlght Loomla, " "
Hon John A Gurley, " Ohio.
Hon Jamea M. Aabiey, " "
Hon- Sidney Ldgertou, " " .
Hoa Joha Hutclilna, -
Hon John Covode, ' Penn.
Hon. Robert McKnlgHt, "" M
Hon, JuitlaS. Morrill, M Vermont.
Hon. John F. Potter, H Wuaoaaln.
Hon, Z. Chandler, w Michigan.
Hon. Jamea IL Lane, " Eanaaa. .
Hon. Cyrus Aldrlch, " Mlnnot.
Hdh Francis W. Kellogg, " IlTlnoia
Hon. John T. Maon, New Jeraey.
Hon. John I N. Stratton. M "
llon,P.B.ouka, '' lUlpola
Hon. Owen Levejoy, ; . "
Hon. F P Blair, Jr MlajwurL
Hon LldildgeG Spauldlng, " New York.
Hon Alfred Ely, " '
Mor General H B. Durrea
N Wyckoff; President WllHanriburg City Bank.
Shepherd Itnapp, Prealdent WecbauVoa' Bank.
Maaara. Jay Cooke a. Oa., Bankcn, Waahlngtoo,
I D, &, and PlyUadalphla, fa. my -4f
frn- ' f
BMI-WKEKLT BETWEEN NEW 1 8BK,
WAAHINOTUN and OAUBGLTOWN, D. a
SAMOH AND JAS 8. OKELN
Karnlar saUlnf Uayi WEDNESDAYS and SAT
UBDAYS, at IS m , from foot of Hich ilreit,
Gaora atowa, and Plat la, foot of Wall &!, N.w
For tnKkl ogaiia,. T&omMTi
Agents, foot oi ingn aireei,
JAMK8 HAND, Agent,
fm.o jiAnv, aui,
Wall street. New York.
The ateamers "Young America," Capt Ikdbott,
and "Mary F Kapler,'1 Capt. Steekpole, will, ta
and after MONDAY, Way a. oommaace their reg
far tripe between Waahlagton aad Alexandria, at
J pAloel in tha morning, staking trip vry hau
during the day, until I oveloek la tha evening.
WMuama.Iaayl.lSSS, - ssApaWdt
aui 'MnftlMi'i'lfi'ini' il 1
ri I hi I j i
BKTIXb. i t
.t ( iiio-n i
I ill in If 1 1 1- waertoiii
Urn mot wtlS5it u SMMt tf Lint Tirm W
A niUAS UOIKS.
II watt Uafca nM4ia.a
And oM,upi kolliUr,
H Bad. (oadlr but.
And ittmaonad ta ol kith and kl.
A kndnd .1 tk Itut.
New whlU thtf lit In locUi chit,
'9lMoanA((niik od Km,
I. UB. fk lUwVid, wttk bow
"""A bu jMlawiAhttie,
Km jot, if lord, tk Dent Bih
IkAt .Tit iwab tk. ica P' '
A i" in.
- ' latoed r tVehtatd tkt aobltnu,
AlA fla.it IbA tkat av.r .warn
1"1 l Afn4HaaliVi,Ti.ai
p " And narat Blad tba prUa."
" And ad t wttM," tba itawud laid,
" But, faljb, ha wonldnt bur
A word of Boner for btr Bib,
(Wai arar nan ao quaarl)
But Mid ba tbaugbt a buodrad Itrlpaa
(Mild not M ooontad Mil I"
" Oo bring b.m hare," my lord replied")
' MTh man I fain would see,
Asaervy waf, bf jor report,
This tabtraaaa must bo I"
u Go bring, him bare I Go brier, him here I
Cried all the company.
Tha steward did aa he waa bid,
Whan thus my lord began t
For this fine Bah what may you wtah t
111 buy lfalf lean "
Oaa hundred laahea on my back t"
Ejialalraad the flaberman.
" Now, by the rood 1 but tbla la good,"
The laughing lord replied,
WtU, let tha fellow have Ma wayf
Go, call a groom V he cried j
u But let the payment he demanda
Ba modestly applied."
He bared hla back and took the Uah
Aa tt were merry playj
But at the fiftieth stroke, he laid,
M Good master groom, I pray,
Desist a moment, In you please,
1 have a word to say.
I have a partner la the case
The fellow standing there
fc Pray take the jacket off his back,
And let him have his share.
That oaa of ua should take the whole
Were sorely hardly fair 1"
" A partner t" cried the aoblem.n,
" Who can the fellow mean 1 '
41 1 mean," replied the flaherman,
With countenance serene,
" Ytvr porter then the blggeit knac
That ever yet waa seen I
The rogue who stopped me at the gale,
And wouldn't let me In
Until I awore to give him half
Of all my fish aboard win f
iweof atyMerW Pray let, my lord,
file payment now begin 1"
What you propoae,' my lord replied,
Is Botalag more than fair
Here, grooaaj lay on a hundred stripes,
And mind yod do not spar t
The scurvy dog shall never aay
He eld a't get hla char 1
Then all that goodly company,
They laughed with might aad main,
Tbe while beneath the atlnging Uah
The porter writhed ta pain.
So far ill vtlllaae," quoth my lord,
" Who seek diahonest gain t"
Then, turalag to the flaherman,
Who attlLwae atandlng near,
He filled his Land with golden colna,
' Some twenty sequins clear,
And bade him come and take the like
On each succeeding year
Kosbet Wewepapci1 XJterature.
We have before a the Richmond papers of
Jul 4Lb. They are profoundly alien I on the
Tbe Richmond Enqvirtr contalna the follow-
Ling dlroct from Chambcrtburgi
We had an Interview yesterday wuu Mr.
Cherry, of Georjrla, who left ShlppcDibtirg,
Veot.aylvai.ta, on Friday laat. lie had oppor
tunities of Boeing a large portion of our army,
and reports that the troops are lo the beat spirit
Imaginable, and though in a land flowing with
peach and honey, are not In the leuat demora
liiud by the temptations spread out on tbe way
sldo. There I Jesa straggling tbnn on any
inarch heretofore, owing to tbe combined In
fluenceqf dlciplineand to tbe earncit spirit
pervading the army. The marches were easy
eight and twelve miles a day. But Ultlo siek
neas was known, aad what existed wits caused
principally by the careleasocu of the Individual
soldier. The roads are generally good, but are
being severely tested by our heavy trains.
Tbat bctwoen Chambersbarg and lixigoralown
I in very bad condition.
Those of the citizen along the line of march
with whom our informant conversed, expressed
the greatest snpriao at the number and ap-
fioarenco of our troops. They were uodur the
mpreation, they said, that most of tboCoa
iterates bad been killed off, and what l.w re
mained woroalmoBL shirtless. They&llmlticd,
with MPresiiom uf gratUd that Hay Carta
better In tba presence of our own soldiers than
in that of the Yankees. The merchants who
were compellett Ao sell good- at old prices for
Confederu to carreney, wero loudest in their
grloiV Tbey wcri inconsolable, and no elTort
ua madefy pur boys to 'mitigate their butlcr
Iuls. In Ilagerttowu we received 175 recruits.
The road between 1llllamaport and Uluchw
ter aa thronged with convalescent soldiers on
the way to Join their com in and a. It I uuder
Blood tbat tien. Leo has ordered back all auch
now on their way to tbe army.
Our troops are anxious to get In sight of tbo
" Mulish," but fear the opportunity will not bo
afforded them ao long as the tit, Lawrence Is
More anxiety Is ft It for tLe safity of those
left behind than for their own. The only new s
they now get Is in the form of exaggerated ru
mors, brought by convalescents J kning their
commands. 6ometlmoa,however, a stray copy
of a Richmond paper assures thum that all is
well "in the rear."
A COHSTtTCTIOHAL U-ifOt DlUOCRAT
Some merriment was caused yesterday at the
(JUmor Houae. In consequencu of the arrital
there, In cuatody of an otticer, of an Intelligent
oailorad man. who said hla name waa George
Washington, Ue was arrested on account of
treasonable sentiments, and when examined
hv Rant. French, aald ha was on boat d to the
present Administration, and declared himself
a vonauiu.iousi uiuua xcuiocrai. tiuu im
final dUsposBJ--JiUvuir atmiioafi.
The Battle Field Two Days After tae
Correspondence-of the New York Times.)
rwrttiari Details of tbe Great stattles of
GimtBrxo, Pi., Joly 5, :9oS Ai tb do
Ul, tha Incident and tba general history of
th gnat victory are brought to light, It Is
dearly defined as the moat hotly contested and
destructive engagement of the great rebellion
Tba peculiar feature of thsbatUe Is the ferocity
and desperation with which It was fongnt by
both armies, and tbo glorlom tsan place tbe
lostre of the national arms and the valor of the
Army of the Potomac In tha Iiuperiahablo an
sa! of brUrWnt aJetory. j
jnanauu oocnpiea tnrca days,' uir hours
flghtlnr ott Wedoeadav. four hours an Thurs
day, and, lncludi&g tbe artillery flringon Tri
aay, toinecD nonra mat aay, making a total 01
twenty-threat hours, daring which the battle
ragoa wun extreme larr.
lite momentonr Snd decisive part of the bat
tle waa mat on rjiaay. 11 oegan reauy at aay
llcbt and continued until 10 o'clock, thettrtn-
clpnl part of Ua musketry fighting being on
the. right, with fcloeum'a corpa. A lull of three
bonra followe4dorUK which the enemy massed
his artillery on oor contra, held by llancock
with tt Second, ami Newtoo. with tbo First
Corp. At 1 o'clock one hundred and twenty
guna opened on that poaltlon, sod rained shot
and shell la a perfect deluge for one hour and
forty mlnntes. A graph le description of this
awfnl period ha already been furnished to tbe
Tutu by an abler pen than mine, for that wri
ter and one of the Titiut' messenger had the
ezctung leiicuy 01 enaartog mat storm of iron
during the whole time. Mr. Wllkeaon is lo-dar
engaged In tbe mournful duty of obtaining the
remain and effect of his eldest son, the gal
lant )ouog Bayard, who was mortally wonoded
on vteunesaay, ten on tne neia, ana ayiog
finally, after ten hours Buffeting, without a
frlciia or a word to soothe the dying agonic
of his soul. Lieut. UUkeson was but nine
teen years old, yet had command of Battery 0,
Fourth regular artillery. Ills death adds an.
other noble son! to the holocaust of this terri
I rode this morning over the entire length of
the battle-field, and It 1 not too much to Bay,
for I have seen nearly every other battle-field
In Maryland and Vlrgtula. that the slaughter
was perfectly unparalleled. Oar detail were
busily engaged In collecting and burying the
dead, and the ghastly, terrible sights were
enongh to shock a heart of adamant.
The vast number of dead lying In front of,
mocum' line, on tne right, ana or Hancock's
and Newton's on tbe ceutre, attracted much
comment. Tbey had been literally mown down
bv whole ranka at a single discharge. Blocuin
accomplished a bloody repnls of Swell's corps
on Friday morning, sustaining but small loss
himself, hla poaltlon being very formidable,
against which the enemy Insanely charged
Bat the field full of the greatest Incidents,
ana tne scene or tne most aesperate ngnting.
waa on the centre. In front of llancock ana
Newton, against wnom Longsirect'e corps was
precipitated. The enemy's front was tbat of
one ditlslon In line of battle, there were two
such lines, aud a very heavy line of skirmish
ers, almost equal to another line of battle Out
of their concealment In the woods tbey camo
across the open field and up the gentle crest,
on the top of which wot our line-! weak line
of men behind a line of defence hastily thrown
up and composed partly of stone walls, partly
or ine-pits, ana partly or natural projections
of soil and rock. Tbo first charge was repulsed!
tbe lino broke and Ml back before It bad reached
a point two thirds of tbe way over. A second
lino was formed, the officers came to tbe front,
aud with tbo onset of fierce and brutal hearta
they rushed. Our men looked with astonish
ment, while ugutiug wun great Tigort their
lino was dangerously weak, tbe defences were
not formidable, a lew men temporarily gave
wayt our advance, In some Instances, slightly
The artillery engaged was small In force,
having been seriously weakened during the
early part of the light. The rebels came on so
close that their expressions of tierce rage were
plainly distinguished, some of them actually
gained tbe Inside of the first wall but they
never returned Our immortal men, nerved to
a degree of desperation never before equaled,
poured forth. such a devastating fire, and the
artillery joining with Its terrible canister, that
the two long lines of the foe literally sank Into
the earth. Of the divisions of Pickett, and Heth,
who made that charge, composed of eight
brigades, poelthely not two brigade returned
uninjured across the field. Tht color Uartrt
uf thirty-fit rrM rtgiuunti, who were In that
charge, were shot down, the colors fell on the
field, and were gathered by the victorious vet- j
eran of the Second Corps. Being repulsed,
large numbers of tbe enemy started back on
tbe retreat, buL our fire was bo diBtructlvo that
the fell fiat on their faces, or again rushed
about and Implored mercy at our hands, as
prisoner of war.
Beven colonels of rebel regiments were hurled
on that field this morning) eight mora were
captured, besides those who were wounded and
crawled or were taken off. Among tbe rebel
officers killed and captured on that front were
Barks da to on Thursday, Garnett killed and
Armiatead wounded on 1 rlday'heso general
olBcorij Col Magruder, brother of Ocn. Magru
der, killed) Col. Lee, of the 4Sth Irglnln, is a
prisoner) Col. Alien, of tbo 4bth Georgia, Is
klUed; Col. .Miller, of Ihu 4d Mississippi, la a
prlsoqer and wounded; Col, Frye, oftliolSth
Alabama, and Col. Aaborn, of Vlrglnlu, are
both prlsouirs. All the-e captnrvd or de
stroyed by tho brigade of Ocn Welli.a most
Intrepid ofllecr, who won, with many other,
the highest plaudits for his conduct.
, A poculUr fact concerning our poslttuu Is
contained In the expression of surprise which
tho rebel officers uttered when tbey crossed our
line as prisoners of ar. Ono of the colon)
Sdid.as be looked at our thlulloo, Where are
tbe nieu who fought ua?" "Here," said a
captain. "My Godl' exclaimed tbe colonel,
" if we only had another tine we could hare
whipped you;" and then, still gating about
htm with aatonlsbment. ho exclaimed, with
great emphitsls, " liy 0-dt tea tould hat whipptd
you aa it teatt" This is a positive fact, and
Illustrates how the noble Army of tho Potomac
eau yet figbt, after all the imputations of de
moralization and lu t (Helen cy which have been
heaped upon it
Tbo bucoad division of the Second corps loses
42 oiucera killed and wonnded, and l,7ot) en
listed men killed and wouuded.
The b Uncut pruUo is awarded to Ocus. llan
cock and Newton for tholr dlitlngulabed con
duct on this portion of the field. Hancock
was secreiy wounueu m me tmgu, out re
mained la jl tig on hla back on the field, and
giving the orders, tlen. Newton was csjxj.
elall) actlto In supporting the line on the right
History will nuvur chronicle a'tcnth part of
the gullaut deeds performed during these bloody
dajs) but the sails f-ct loo of having uobly per
formed bis duty shall be the sweet recompense
of every patriot's heart.
Tho enemy, by a purtlally secret and Igno
minious retreat, baa awarded to this gallant
army tbe acknowledgment of victory. Ills
forces are now on their way back lo Virginia,
beaten, weakened and demoralized by a terri
ble defeat) lie is hotly pursued, a victorious
army on his reur, a strong local force on his
flank, and a swollen river lu hi front, are tbe
obstacles to his successful relreat.
I regret to say that my esteemed friend, tl t,
James J, GrltUtbs, of Uen. Howard's staff, was
severely wonnded In the hip to-da while re
eonnolterlug tbo enemy's rear line In corap my
with the General. The weund I not datigeri ns.
L. L. t holts B 1
moat TItK ARITTOr TUB POTOMAC.
ICorwpoaience'cff Ike fcalUmora Imeaeaii j
Fbidbiicx, Wednesday, noon, July 8
The position of the rebels, and their condi
tion, has, bee n definitely aertelBd. Their
infantry line It drawa across fromFankatown,
Md , to Fslllog Wat en,, and behind this Hoe
they are" using almost luperhuman exertion
10 get tneir 1 rains tsocn aa tnev nave saved;,
artillery snd ammunition across tho river. The
beat military authority hero doubts, I might
almost Say Is convinced, that they have no
pontoon train, beyond that destroyed atFaTTlng
Waters, and that with such canal boats as they
had not previously burnt, and timber felled In
the vlclnltv and at Martlnabunr. they ara en-
Jeavorlug to supply tha deficiencies of tbetf
engineer ccrpi; r If Is known Hat two days ago
they bad troops felling timber.
They also attempted to cross some wgous
on flat-boats, but the Impelaooj current tx the
rewerw tne 'attempt rutua. -rney are now
crossing their horses on the boats, and leaving
the wagon this side, probably Intending to take
them to place and. tan transport them cm tbe
canal boats r tt
I have hard the opinion expressed In a very
htrh mimarv fanarter that the rebels' will' Lro-
bably sectireUaatkoatdsfetielblellrielii frontof
T BSASBBAAB-ararvi.f- AHHVUVU .assaillllH S I aBSJU'l
dearor to hold our army at bay whilst they
WlliJamportf Intrench ,tAMuacves. and -en
enre toe means 01 crossing.
Tha position of the rebels U much mora d
perst than I had allowed myself to think h-jrv.
tofore. Of course they may get .away, but it
looks much leal probably now than It dldtwen-ty-fonr
hour backV . h 4
Lee If aavdaxuartera, , a
Le' beadquarter Is deflnllely ascertaiatd
lo be at IXagerttown to-day, and his troops are
mainly on the road between there and Mil-Uanipprt,-whlob
la only- six miles distant.
Apontotf.CGeti.Xarleys rtbel command Is
lo day reported as cut off In the mountains.
near Green castle, by our cavalry. This Is of
course at present only a rumor, but It la cred
ited to aome extent In view or a knowledge of
too purpose 01 ueo. rieasantoni ana uen,
ScdgSclck's freent movements.
Our Cavalry Operatlona.
The cavaUf'of tJen. Plcasanion tiave1)een
operating with magnlllceul success during tho
last three days. It Is a positive fact, that
wnust tno reoeis were retreauag we naa car-
airy in, toeir front ana rear, ana on both Hanks.
Its presence and bold dashes greatly aided In
increasing tne Demoralization or tne roimi. and
the discipline the have heretofore shown was
It la the opinion at headquarter that our
cavalry have not taken less than 0,000 prison
ers, Including wounded, who hare been picked
up everywhere along the road, where they were
abandoned by ibelr friends, aud In the farm
houses. Amoeg tbe capture ts Brig. Oen
Robinson, lie had lorn off hla Inelguta of rank
aauu wn, utuoavu iu vitittui vii'kiiiuia uui (lata
recognized. Brig. Gen. Trimble, of 10t& of
April ana rnuaaripnis rauroaa rame, is also a
prisoner. He waa found In the farm houae of
Mr. David Wblsler, near Gettysburg. His left
foot was blown off by a shell.
Tbe damage done to the rebel train by the
dashes of our cavalry ts almost Incredible.
Everywhere alone: tho retreat thev were can.
lured, cut off, and burnt. General KUpatrUik
dashed Into tbe middle of Gen. EweU's ttalu
aud burnt between two aud three hundred
wagons, and run off the horses. Tcnlay he
captured sixty morowagont and300horsesand
Our cavalry X think K 11 Patrick's division
had a fight yesterday at Ilagerstown with a
rebel Infantry divlsluu. Their position was nt
one time dangerous, but they got out finally
without serious loss, to far as the particulars
are now known.
On the Advauce
Our army U moving steadily. Of Its direcv
tlon and disposition I shall aay little, though
the former may be readily gnossed at from what
Is said of the position of tho enemy. If Lee
remains on this side of the river, the Drobablll-
tie of another battle within the next forty
eight hours are, to use a newspaper phrase,
The Tcira of Frederick.
Quct, pleasant, pretty Frederick Is crammed
to repletion with the population of a full crown
city. Tho hotels are overflowing. People
siept last mgni on uoors, in nans, ana even
under porticoes. Private houses are also fall,
and happy Is the man who has tv bed to him
self. Notwithstanding this Immcnae crowd,
the best order Is maintained. No liquor can be
obtained, except on an order from tbe Pmvoat
Marshal I have seen but one drunken soldier,
and he was on the way to the guard bouse.
Col A. T. McRcynolds Is In command of the
post, and Major Cole Is Provost Marshal, Tbe
following orders, Issued this morning, show
the determination to keep order.
Pvovu.T MAiuHAL'aOrncc, )
REDEBICK ClTi. Mb . JulV B. 1881 t
The Union forces uuder the command of one
of Maryland's sons are here as well to protect
the homes and firesides of the mothers, wires
and asUaEuicrs oi Martianti. aa to drive back
In broken fragments, tho rebel horde that dares
pollute hur soil, striking at tho Integritv ol our
matchlosn Government Implicit nupect to
peraona anuiropeny oninepirim our aoiuicra
is turlclly cnjulue 1 uud will bo rigidly enforrtd)
any inrraiilon will ijo iiitcj with uinnur)
and severe unlsbnieut
All citizens aru respectfully requested to gl e
prompt Information of any violation of tbls or
der. A. 1. McKcritoLDi,
Colonel Commanding foal.
H. A. Cole, Major and Provost Marshal
Tbe following general orders wero issued on
tho 2d Instant, which should be read by alii
lUaPQCUlTElia 1-KEDiniCK ClTT, )
July 2, 1803
I, The undersigned in assuming command
fit Frederltk city aud Itsvlclnlt), calls upon
the cltlsens of Maryland, true to tho National
Union, to ahow their loyalty opeulj, and be
yond tne requirements or an luveatigatioo
II. Tbls Is a time whun there should be no
III. The United States Goteinnient Is rxr
feCtly ablu to maintain the citizens of this Btote
lu tuo rigius preaeniou to them i) the Couatl
ttttlen under which tbe undersigned, as a na
tive uf this Slate, holds bit commission.
IV, Anyotucer,nomaUer how high hi rank,
or soldier, who falls to da his duty at this mo
luent will be madti to suffer death, under im
mediate trial before a drum head tourt.
M. It. FllENCff,
Major General Command In,;
As I cloae, the bea.y rain storm Is over, the
sun urea King inrougu tne ciouas. ana rorwara
Is tbo word along tbe whole line. By to night
Frederick will nare resumia almost us usual
Yours, &c , E K.
UtixnoN Abcenmios The balloou " bur
spangled Banner," which ascended from U
ton Common on Saturday, landed about 11
o'clock Saturday night, In the smithciMerl)
part of Duerlng, N H , huvlng traveled a.mt
ilxti-tho inlkt iu n little leas than lite boars.
Here tbe balloou wa anchored uutll 4 o'clock
Sunday afteruoiin.wbfln It attain aaeuu led. aud
lauded at Farmlngtun. N. H , a distance of
sixty niUee. at 7 o clock iu in evening. The
hi ir heat altitude atlaluod durtnz tbu lTratLrlu
a-l,y00 feet, moat of the time lu tbe dooda,
anu par. oi mo nmo iu ueavy rain storm.
A Harrlsburg correspoudent. tpetlDg of tf.
rebel raid Into Pennsylvania, aayai "Il'a an ill
wind that blow nobody goodr and one advan
tage of I hla raid Is, tbat tbe Government has
bought some splendid horse at verv Ion trlcet.
I saw a drove that ha Just been purchased for
n iMiicry, ana i nu-er saw a nner to. ni noraes
ev en at a fair, norte nesn la cheap."
' taelf wwHrKBinttmrnma
A 1 -tjo -" at laaMaa!.. af1trrAl(T
apiiiiHataiPaatawy b,iii aatiiaaa
a-i CawaawaaaaalhBBW ( -tm
'-Mtabm "MrXaW Jhlj T AaMtH'tVom
WbltoHouia sai tUAUmjtULjJt Oaa. QMtj.
with tan thousand mca. Droeaaaad ffoia tbat
point IW t a parpost bf aeatfayMt'tn raoAln.
Ifbi1dtrs T tba Bonih 'Antar,T 'n-tizi
PanlDK through Kloa William C. IT.'f Bsn
djwlne and FAjrctteTlllena crmaad tha Fa.
manker and (met a larga fbrca of rabals naar
tha brldM, and waa tanabls IO"aeoemplUh bis
nvaor sixmiMa, aDai-aoKroja. a aapKrCap
tnrlaic a fair arlaoMrarTblr. waa aoa sllfht
.Birmiinipg, anaiaanarai uatiy raarawa uua
An Interaatlmc t-tlUi fmmtt?9Ui
A Rebel Acaanamt of t-te JUast lavaa dTeart-Isa-aat
mt the PrtvsvUer Jlawtdieu A
FoitT Pbbslv, PoariAyD, MsVJaljr V,Tmtt.
Mt D-Uh BAwBrjTi A I'hae Juat'-noticed
your arrival at Fort Lafayette; In company with
the officers and crew of tbelteram Atbttta,
I have concluded to drop jou, a. few lines. In
forming ytfu of tny-belDg bagged, and nicely
closeted, In a wmlbojlt fort to "Old 'Aba's"
dominion. '-jy - nt
Aa you have, perhaps, heard otUtif daMta
or the Florida since she left Mobile Bay, I will
give you a brief account of bv.nploUs, and of
my crtlse since leafing her. t J
a-atlff broet blowlmr from- tha northwest. W
dashed By the blockader at foil SMfd, and al
tfiongh DiueandHssh DrummondlIgbU tuniad
night Into day. we wero not fired at. Nxt
morning ueuneiaa, Drooaiyn.anawiytaf wsra
in the chase, but they soon dropped far Mtarm
The brsexe waa strong, aud we carried alt tba
canvas tba Florida eeeUd bsarr- The maintop
aaUyard wt carried away, and ttuforatope-
jaiu BLtuua lAiciviaarr auj iciifi,iuaM
tcr speed '
The Florida 1 s splendid seaboat. 8h will
onteail any clipper, and stAnfathiitentaacaa.
dhe can fight three heavy rifles directly aft)
and as If I In hef power always to brloj. on a
stern diase. the can never to captured.' With
English oak and Southern hearts, tha has too
The Florida proceeded to Havana, theuca to
Nassau aud Barbadoc. On the 6th of May
she waa off Capa 6tRdme, and had captured
fourteen ava.ll, all valuable vessel. aOathdOth
of May wa captured the brig Clarence, from
Rio to Baltimore. I proposed to take her and
make a raid on the United State coast. My
proposition was acceded (o, and 1 waa Rlvan
twenty-two men anAona lA-pound howugtr.
We captured three transports off Capo Jlanrr,
and a lino clipper bark called the Taconj." Aa
the latter vessel wa a ihach better sailer than
the Clarence, wo burnt the Clarence and took
the bark. )Ith tha Tacoay we deatroradS
ail. On the 2J4 of June wo burnt the Tacopy
and took a small fbre-and'Sft schooner of sev
enty tons, with the view of cutting owt a better
vessel. - t -ra
On tbe morning of tba 2Glh we made Port
land light; at sunset we entered the barboriat
1 30 we boarded the- revenue cutter Cnsalng,
and took her with but little difficulty. The
wind wa very light, and It wa 7 o'clock ta the
morning before we got out of range of the forts
At 10 a. tn . we were about 15 miles from tbe
city, when the wind died and left ns becalmed.
At ii utree steamers wereoiscovereaapproacn
us; we cleared for aetionbut tha ordnvut de
partment oftht cutUrt a untal vat In a dejUora
bU amotion, bu& we were unable to do asraoCb
as we otherwise would har done. Tfu cutter
Athlon 33 pounder atnUtMp and on poumdwr
hourltur forward. There teat but one cartrtdae
forth 82, and but five rutty round thot and a
few ttaml of qrpe. The attacking steamer
were nuea witn armea men, ana tneir macnino
ry protected by baloaof rjg,a andoottoa V
flred away all our ammunition, set fir) to th
cutter, and surrendered In our small boat
It was mv Intention, when I came Into Port
land, to eat out a sca-golog ataamer, hat,
strange to say, at tAedeeUive ni mentMr Mf9n
(whom yon will remember In connection with
tbe breaking down of the Arkansas engine)
declared himutf incompetent t nfc theenyimt
oj ias uitvner, unutt n naa ano'isr engineer o
ce-operate with hltn. All my plant wero than
crnsnea, ana i wa. compeuea to uxe in cut
ter out as a dernier retort. It there had bean a
breeze, we would have been far out to sea be
fore daylight, having committed considerable
destruction In the harbor of Portland.
We have been kindly treated by onr captor
I expect we will be aent cither to Kow York or
Boston In a few days Aa tbey have com
menced exchanging again, I hopo wa all may
be sent Into Dixie before lonjr, Mr kindest re
gards to Traver and Williamson. Write tome
Binccreiy, xc., your rnena,
(Signed) C. W. READ.
Lieut A. IUrbot, Confederate Slate Nary,
Fort Lafayette, New York.
Heavy Rain llann.
Philadelphia, Joly 8 A heavy rain storm
passed over this city to-day.
Constant rains hare bieu falling during the
Isit three dajswest of Harrlsburg, Insuring,
no doubt, a freshet In the Potomac.
Pardoned The President to-dsy pardoned
George Dalrer, who was convicted at tbe April
term, 1800, of the circuit court of the United
States lor tho southern district of Now York of
mautlaugbtcr, and seoteuced to be imprisoned
for a term of throe years.
A New Wat to Sate the Limbs asd Live
or On. Si.DtBRS Among tho latest report
of the principal hospital of Pars, ' on ac
count of a discovery of great Importance. It
appears that a young student enunciated -U
thror) that gangrene orvinortifleatloa waa
camti I by a dsflciency of oxygen in tho part
affcetvd, and advanced ti many plausible
reasons in support of hi .lew, that the
surgeon in chief to the Institution, who
happened at the time to have a caso of gangrene
un ler Ms Care, determined to give the new hy
pothesis a fair trial. Tho patient was over
eventy year of age, and his foot, in which tba
disease was maklugrapld progress, wa about
lobe amputated. The mortified part was en
closed Iu on apparatus ao contrived aa to y laid
a continuous supply of oxjgeu, and tha result
was that the gaugreae was arrested and th foot
saved. Tho experiment was repeated initbe
case of another patient equally aged, and with
the Baiue success
Tbe Inference Is tbat oiyen, tHus applied,
1 a specific for a disease which 1 tha scourge
of all hospitals tot the treatment of surgical
eases, blnce tho present War commenced,
probably many hundred of our soldier hava
died otyangrened ustundu and If tha applica
tion ofio simple nil agent a oxygen gat will
Mop the progrca of decomposition In living
limb, by all mean let the, French mod of
treatment be at once adopted lu our military
During- the funeral urvlccaof the lata Adtnt
ral Foots, In New Haven, Tuesday, robber
entered the house of Miaaea Clllett and Young,
ana atom a pair of bracelets, a goia en in, aie
tuond ring, silver spoons, 910 iu money, and
other articles. Mrs. K. M. liorman wa also
robhod of IJ3 In mouey, Jairy,andothrval-
CLOTUiktfCoNTEAOTB TheCIuctunatl Tiuw
says tbat th value of the clothing contract
taken by persons In that city tlncu tbe 1st or
o pi ember, ISO 2, amount to 1,53,400 Oo
house alone contracted to2 tho- amount of
Titc Draft. "TtaWorcem wit of Ih dealt
In Massachusetts and Rhode Island 1 to taVa
place Immediately, Tho quota, of tha latter
state It two thousand eight hundred and fifty