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Election yesterday, as far as hoard
iivui* resulted as follows ;
A L E ZAND RIA CCUNTT,
Q VEHNOR.
Francis U. Pier point 804
LIEUTENANT goverkoe.
L. C. P. Cowper........... ?I2
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B:~'den 290
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VV A ? W * * X* W 4
L. "vxcF-eniio ,.233
B. M. Eitchen , , 59
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T C P;'rr?v *
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T. ?. Br ?/wn.. 68
house OF DELEGATES.
JL J oh n s t on 212
?. S. Lent............. ......... $7
COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY.
S. P. Beach 62
J. H. Russell 61
la the First Ward, for Magistrate. W, W.
White received 53 votes, and (J. L. Neale 3.
Li the Second Word, for Magistrate, the
vote was 14 for J. L. D.yso n, ] 5 for J, R. Sher
wood, and 16 for C. G. W a 1c.
In the Third Ward, A, Harmon received 47
votes fur Magistrate.
West End.?McK^nzie, 27 ; Kitchen, 31 ;
Brown, -JU; Purdy, 11; Cow per, 26; Miner,
25.
Pullman's.? MoKenzie, 23; Kitchen, ?;
Brown, 24; Ptirdy. ].
Accotjnk.? McKenzie, 58; Kitchen, 5,
Harper's Ferry,? McKenzie, 23; Gal
lagher, 251. __ !
^Later. ?Fairfax County.?Pierpoint, 1
207 ^Cnwpnr, ]U2;^ Miner, 44; Bow den, 151; j
iJcKeLzie, 104; Ivitchen, 70; Lip ton, 43.??
brown, 109 ; Purdy, 45; Hawxhurst, tor House
o^ Delegates 125 Fuckei, 97; for annexation to
We^t Virginia 54; against it, 25. Three pre
cincts to hear from.
lesfcerday a party of thieves, vagrants, and
picf, pockets were drummed out of Washing
ton city,
Becounoissaiics ox til -^8tu Illinois uavair/:
Icnco of t}?(? xi11 cicifei.T- 0-i?*<
WASHfNaiON, May 27.?From one of the
Inauirer correspondents we receive the follow
in z: ? 0!i Fridav 1ast i he liagf; th Illinois Ca v?
airy, under Clendeuing, started on down the
Peninsula formed by tiie Kappanannook ana
Potomac, upon a tour of inspection, witn in
structions to completely scour the country.
Alter reaching the neighborhood or iking
George's Court Houso, they dmdea into
three battalions under the respective coin*,
mauds of Colonel Clendenning and Majors
Beveridge and MedilL One tquaci following
the road near the Rappahannock, anoiber
taking the centre road, and the third the road |
nearest the Potomac. On Monday, the heaa
quarters of the two first battalions were es
tablished at Lancaster Couit House, the last
being at Heathsviile. , ,
Duy and night during the next five days de
tachments were -ent out from these points,
every foot of ground down to the bay, and j
from river to river being gone over. Ihe re-j
suit was that four through routes of transit
for contraband goods have been demolished,
many of the parties operating have been
caught in the act, and together with such
goods as were of value, have been returned
within the Federal lines.
Over a hundred and twenty-five prisoners
were captured. Over fifteen hundred contra
bands are among the followers ot this return
ing party. Nearly eight hundred horse are
aUo umong the captured article^ Other bouies
of cival.-y are yet down in that vicinity.
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CEfiAP FAMILY GROCER,
CORNER fiIT AND PRINCE SiKEfc-U.
XT AS constantly on hand, Nos. 1, 2 and '
1L Mackerel, in barrels, halt barrels, and kit ,
Salmc n, Potompr. Herring, Smoked Halibut,
Smoked Herr'n<j iiiid ?'D.; i:ed Befit. 4J50?,9
choice brand uf > .tgar Cuu.i Hams, fox a. ui 13
use; Shoulders and Breasts, and a geneiai as*
sortmeut of goods for family supplies. UiU aria
ea&mia* **2
' Official*Cesjatchids. ?The following des
patches from General iembcrton, the com
madder at Vioksburg, were sent, to Jackson,
>1 is^sinpi, and thence telegraphed to President
JL>avis: ?VlCKSBURG, May 20. ?The enemy
assaulted our entrenchments vesterday, on our
centre and left. They were repulsed with
heavy loss. Our loss is small. The enemy!u
force is at least 60,000.
VICESBURG. May?].?The enemy kept up
a heavv^rtiiiery tire ve>Lerday. Two or our
v V t'
?U?.h were dismounted in the centre; ourworks.
however, were injured. Their eharpshoofcera
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picked off officers and men ail day. Our
works ware repaired and our gur.s replaced
la;-1 night. Our men are encouraged by a re
port that Genera! Johnston is near with a large
army, and are in good spirit?..
May 21, 2 P. 31.-?We have had brisk artil
lery and musketry firing to-day, also heavy
mortar firing from gunboats.
Three o'clock P. M.?During the past two
days transports with troops have gone up the
river. Their destination is unknown.
An officio! despatch from General Johnston,
dated the 23d, fay;:
"It is said here to-dsy that another assault
wns made near the Jackson road, and also re
pulsed. Confidence in Pemherton's ability to
maintain his position is expressed, and hopes
are given of final success,7 T
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Secretary Chase expects to make a short
visit home in about three weeks. It will be
his first return to Ohio since he came to Wash
ington as a delegate to the peace CoaveutioD,
in rhe winter of 1861.
A FOE SALE,
A SUPERIOR FAMILY HORSE, fine style,
fast driver, and perfectly gentle, _ ^
Also a comfortable FAli.IL i CARE [AGi^;
w.th harness complete,
They will be soid tegether or separate, as may
be dssirtd, A pply at this office.
VTOTICE.?On and after the first ound&y in
SS June. we, the undersigned, Barbara and
Hairdressers, in this city, inform the public
that we shall close our business places on Sun
davse EDWARD LAXGHifiLKS.
HARRY HK1M.
JAMES N, iiUDD,
HAlUilSOX JACOBS,
T, COLINGSWORTH,
Je W, SSlMPbO^e
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FEOF, LOUiS WUifJDEAM'S
V 1- ii .p.t? i*.<i * Aj V *%X XCi &J .1 >L-' -a. ?. ?? A., ^ y
"VTOW for the first time introduced into this
country, nave been successfully used for
twenty-six years in G ermany, and thy rest of Eu
rope, and ure particularly eiiicient in the cure of
all chronic diseases,; They arc imported direct
to this port, and their efficiency and safety can
be relied uoon with confidence. They are
VEGETABLE PILLS and PO WEEKS,
the best blood purifying medicine eztant, and
unequalled for the cure of Tetter, Asthma,
Headache, Sere Eyes, Catarrh, Pain in the
Breast and Sides, Spotted Fever. Chilis and
digestion.
PKOF. WUNDRA2TS EEUEM ATIC
PO WDEKS, a sure cure for all Pvheumatic
complaints. Gout in particular.
PliOP. W Uis'DRA EPILEPTIC HEM
EDY, the only safe and reliable remedy for the
certain cure of this terrible complaint,
PKOF. W U $ D & A M' 8 VEGETABLE
ELIXIR, an invaluable remedy against Asth
ma, biliousness, Pain in the Breast, Cough,JDys*
sentary, Ked and White Flux, Headache, JDiar
r^oea, Crump Cholie, &c.
PKOF. WUNDKAM'3 HERB TEA, a
pleasant and wholesome beverage, for sick and
convalescents, also for Dispepcics, and those
afflicted with nervousness,
PKOF. W uNDKAM'8 TAPE-WOE3I
EXTEK1IIN ATOK.
PROF. WU.N DKAM'8 TOOTHACHE
DROPS.
Pull directions accompany each remedy
Por sa Iq by IS A A C E K T W IS L Ej
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LilI&oI Fituil V lOi^obUivjr.
Chicago, 31 ay 23. ?'The Timos' special, ela
ted "in the field, near Vicksburg, 23d, 5 p.
in.,!' ?ays: ho ngliring to-day; the troops rest*
jug from yesterday's assavit. Gar repulse was
ccmpleto oa all pans of the line, No di. ?
eouvag^ment need !x entertained of our ?\?al
sucoees. We are mtreoebi^g ourselves and
builJii]* rifle1 oits.
^ ? ?
Cavalry has been sent out towards Canton .
to ascertain the whereabouts of Johnson's
forces. Gur loss yesterday was not far fro;:; a
thousand mm.
The ! lines' special Memphis dispatch, elated
' ho 27 t ii Ma te s;?1 h e stea mer 8 u. to vias t ron*
Yo unit's Point, is reported lost. On Friday
the Federal forces were repulsed at Yicksburg.
_ The steamer City of Memphis, from the
vicinity oi'Vicksburg, arrived to day, and re
pons Graut as Laving captured every reb;?
redoubt.
At one place it was necessary, owlr-g to the
steepness or the hill, to -seate it vvith laddeis,
General tlovey led the assault. The rebels
roiled shells do to the hill at the Federals;
which exploded amongst; them, making fear'
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Fighang was going on furiously when the
City ox Memphis ieic.
Cf 1"!. JjP ' 8 Jl I'iT. y X&3pC? bCu I'J jc i'Cl liiOUG'ZI,
New Yoek, May 29.?The Herald has a
dispatch from the Army ox'the FoloiaiC, da
ted lrc'-ti iiictj, Si;> d ot,,
The enemy is in motion,. Their trains are
being observed moving towards Cuipeper, fob
lowed by neavy columns of troops.
Gen Lee it is said has issued an address to
bis army congratulating them upon their
past achievements and foresnaduwing a raid
into Maryland, He tells them they are to
have Ions and rapid marches through a
country without railroads, and calls upon every
man to be prepared .tor severest hardships.
NOTICE.
SIatcx's Offics. }
Al7.xakef.IA; Va,, May 29, 1-363. f
T HEK1SBY caU the attention of all persons
A who are doing business within the corporation
whicii requires license, to call at this ofice by
the Ist: of June and take out their; licenses, as
all of the present Licenses then expires. I also
notify all parsons who are selling by retail,
wines, beer, cider, rum, brandy, or other spir
ituous liquors, or mixtures thereof to be drank,
in or at the place where it shall be sold, or in
any booth, arbor or stall without a tavern li
cense first obtained, shall forfeit and pay five
dollar.- for every offence. I also give notice
that all business house? with the exception of
Taverns must b? cl^ed on Sunday.
my29?Iw C. A. WA&E, Mayor.
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eSSAT BiMim i .
BOOTS AND SHOES:
T KAUFMAN (formerly of the firm c
eJ ? Hecht, Kaufman & Co.) has opened store
No. 15 Koyal street, opposite the market, -where
he keeps constantly a large stock of all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITESS, &c , which he
intends to sell at the most reasonable rates.
Ladies and gentlemen, if you desire to get
good and cheap Shoes, for yourself andcail
aren, please give a call to
J. KAUFMAN,
No. 16 Royal street,
my 18?1m (%[rs. Sngelpyscht'a old stand,)
? ISTEN TO THE VOICE OF TRUTH.
" The great i.ush to 178 King street, can be
explained, as follows:
ualicoea?cheap;
Ginghams?cheaper i
pe Laines?cheape&y
.black and Fancy Dressed Silks?very cheap;
Bleached and unbleached iicusselines?still
cheaper, &*c,
An immense stock of GOODS at astonishing
low r^tea, at S. KOSW-ALD'S.
ITQ King ztreot,
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