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Alexandria gazette. (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, June 06, 1863, Image 3

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IRcjMokeo \Xa i d. ?The Philadel phia in -
quirer of this morning says:?'"The citizens of
UVstent Pennsylvania and Western Virginia
have again been greatly alarmed by the report
ed advance of a large body of Confederate*,?
A number of refugees from Morgantown and
virinirv, and from the southwestern tier of
counties of Pennsylvania, hastened northward
oji Thursday morning, and the funds and
books of the Morgantown and Uniontown
Rank.-? were removed to Pittsburg for safety.
On Wednesday night the raiders were report
ed 10 he at Kingwood, in Preston county,
about i wenry miles from Morgantown. with a
view <>i striking the National road at Farming
ton. eleven miles from Cniontown. Subse
quent intelligence, however, proved tk<* whole
matter to have been based on mischievous
rumors. Tl e Pittsburg journals of yesterday
morning state thai the rumors was probably
occasioned by the sudden appearance in that
vicinity of a company of Union cavalry,
bodies of troops have been constantly employ
ed in scouting through the country, and that
the line of the Baltimore Railroad is being
wrongly guarded by blockhouses at a 11 as
sailable points, while a despatch from Pitts
burg, yesterday noon, reports that the excite
ment at Morgantown had abated, and that the
reported raid was considered a canard.
Nashville, June 5.?The news from Frank
tin up 10 2 p. m. to-day is that Baird was at
tacked by twelve hundred Confederate cay ai
ry yesterday, which drove his forces back into
their entrenchments. They rallied, however,
and repulsed the enemy with heavy loss. Sim
ultaneously an attack was made upon the for
ces at Triune. They were repulsed with the
loss of two hundred men and four hundred
horses, and a lot of camp and garrison equipage.
Six hundred and seventy-nine Federal soldiers
arrived in this city this morning, represent
ing one hundred and fourteen different regi
ments. They will be sent to their respective
The Washington correspondent of the Phil
adelphia Inquirer says:?Fernando Wood ar
rived here last night, ami this morning visited
the Secretary of War and the President He
?,vaLs with both for some time, and took the
opportunity to disavow his late speech in New
York, as reported in the papers. What can
be his object in so doing is difficult to explain,
but thai lid dici po we have undoubted assu
? ??afcgyau??
it was reported in Cincinnati, yesterday,
i;\at General Johnson is marching upon Mem
phis, instead of attempting to relieve Pember
ion at Vicksburg. The rumors came through
?'livers sources, and obtained some credence.
The Nev: v'ork Ex press says:?"The "Wash
ington titer says, as if by Washington authority
uV;-. iiantev's recent letter was 4iaot sent"
aieaning, Dut ;:oi saying, thereby; uit was
aot g&u&iac- The Star is right, but never
'-heiess. icttcr was not only genuine,
b\U ie-tiis cue Hunter-idiosyncratic stamp
ofbein* genuine/ It may not have been
seat,'" Dulit was published first under Gen.
Himiex ?, own eye. at Beaufort, in i;The Free
South,r and fionx there copied into the North
ern Press/' I
Adeiina Patti invokes the intervention of i
British justice against her family?the family j
0ri -hi- occasion being represented by Messrs. !
^atti. father, and Strakosch, brother-in-law, j
*ftom she declares bold possession of all her'
^rnings. amounting to over $100,000. I
Judge Brent, will hold an Equity Term of*
ir(?ut Court for Prince George county, '
? at Marlboro', beginning on Monday next, j
'n- transaction of current business in Chan - |
A meeting of the editors of the,press of N.
York is called for the 8th instant. The subject:
the nature, extent, and rightful limitations,
if any, of the liberty of public journalists to
criticise the acts of those charged with the
conduct of the Government, in rime of war and
civil convulsion. The call is signed by W. C.
'Prime, Parke Goodwin, James Brooks, Anson
tferrick, Horace Greeley, and Elva Oomstock.
Mr. Depeyst-er Ogden, a well known mer
chant of New 5Tork, was robbed on Saturday
evening of some $10,0<K) in greenbacks, while
entering a stage on the corner 01 Bleeeker st.
and Broadway.
Francis M. Drexel, senior of the firm o 1
Drexel & Co., Bankers of Philadelphia, was
killed yesterday by jumping from the Heading
Railroad cars at the corner of Seventeenth and
Willow streets, iie was caught under the
wheels and both legs crushed; one was taken
entirely off.
The regular Quarterly Meeting of i he Soci
ety of Friends will commence to-day in the it
Meeting Ffou.se at Sandy Spring; Montgomery
A few days since several of the U. S. gun
boats steamed up the Beppahannock to the
town of Tappahannock, where there was a
strong cavalry picket., which was shelled out.
and some of the Federals were landed, and
they destroyed about 20,000 bushels of gmin
which was stored there. A party was sent
ashore one night near Urbana, and came off
with a quantity of goods. They brought off
also a couple of flags as trophies.
It is said in Washington that information of
the capture of Pueblaby the French, has been
received by the French, Spanish and Mexican
Ministers. We do not know that this is so.
A majority of the friends of Thomas Swann,
refused to participate in the proceedings of the
| Convention that nominated IL Winter Davis
for Congress, alleging fraud in the selection of
At the meeting of the New York Republi
can Central Committee, held on Thursday
evening, resolutions in favor of protecting free
speech and a free press were unanimously adop
| The Boston Transcript says that Mr. Wil
I Ham Goff, who died in that city a few days
since, was a lineal descendant, of the famous
! William 41(jo?fel! one of she judges who sen
1 tenced Charles I. to death.
It is said that another Peace Meeting is to
| be held in New York on the 4th of July.
! ~ A2UMEA. I
PROFESS OK Morris' AZUMEA, the best j
Yeast or Baking Powder in use, received
and for sale by HENRY COOK,
je 0?Si* * No. 30, and 2:?4 King street.
I TjlOR RENT.?Two large ROOMS on first]
! JD floor, will be rented to a gentleman and wife,
I without children; will rent them furnished or
! unfurnished: also, two good ROOMS on third
j floor. Apply at Ino. BO Alfred street, between
j Queen and Cameron. je 5?'it*
HAS constantly on hand, Nos. 1, 2 and i
Mackerel, in barrels, half barrels, and kits, *
Salmcn, Potompo Herring, Smoked Halibut,
Smoked Herring And Smoked JBeef. Also, a
choice brand of 5agar Cured Hams, fot fa.nily
use; Shoulders and Breasts, and a geneial as
sortment of goods for family supplies. Call and
examine. dec 2
Job Printing Office
ztsg sr ft err. hm vrx&ai royal is'p wit.
M BRICK DWELLING-, No, 24south ttoy
al street. Lot 2' feet front bv Ifeet deep.?
House contains 10 rooms. \Viii be <?>!d a bar
gain. Apply to I. LO U IS K I N'AEll,
je 2?<>t *248 Kif'iA* -treet.
1 A 81' I'ERIOE ('A RGO OF
( i; M i: KR LA X i> ('OA L,
i - \v for c:?>) i.
J N o. LET II ERLA N !>.
je 1?1 \vr- No. 20 ?\ing* Si roe*.
- PI, F ? ** A. L E X A N l')R IA, VY A S11 -
1 NGTON. A XL LAN l)i NG.^ <>.v
Til E I' 0 T O >! A </?' RIVEi^-The steamer
K E V I> O K T, C a p t. E. A. 1 \ y t h?. vv ill leave
pier foot oi Barre street, Baltimore, very Fri
day, at p. ni., for Alexandria, \Viu.
and landings on che Potoinae river.
Remraing", will leave YY as h i n gt Oi i every Tuos
day, at 7 a. in., and Alexandria sar.ie day #z K
a. hi., for Baltimore and landings oil iLe
mae river.
(justam House permits must accompany
freight for Alexandria and iandings ikn Putomue
All freight must be prepaid.
For freigjit or passage, apply on board >.<rio
A. N E EDIT A M & SONS, H2 Light strict
w 11 a ri\ 1 #a 11i > o ore, or io
mii^?tf BRODERS & CO., AW*.
F KAUFMAN (formerly of the firm o
, Hecht, Kaufman & Co.)" has opened slore
No. 16 Royal street, opposite the market, where
he keeps constantly a large stock of all kinds ul*
BOOTS, SHOES/GAINERS, &c., which he
intends to sell at the most reasonable rates.
Ladies and gentlemen, if you desire to get
j good and cheap Shoes, for yourself and ehii
! dren, please give a call to
No. 16 Royal street.
my 13?1 m (Mrs. Engeibrecht?s old stand.)
c o . v :l o i Tj
in the city, to be had at
c; <bia mr * ? ^
NO. 1 5 R O Y A L S T R E E T .
Orw BBLS. of tho best OIL ever manufactured
,vt) just roecired.
On hand, a large and splendid assortment, of
LA M PS, of ail styles, together with G AS 'FIX
TURES in variety, at extremely low prio&s.
Look to your interest, and call at the right place.
jan 26?if
A large and superior cargo of PORTLAND
JTx. ICE, is for sale, at my ice depot, Fairfax
street, opposite Mansion House Hospital.?
Those who may be pleased to favor me with
their orders, will have it delivered, DAILY
iroxn wagon.
mh 27?tf P. G. HENDERSON.
H E undersigned would inform their friends,
. and the public generally, that they are now
prepared to furnish ICE at all hours of the
day ok night, at the 4told stand" Nu. 26, north
Royal street, opnosite the market.
wP, S.?Orders for large quantities of ICE
left ith us, will be promptly filled at most
vorable terms, mh 27?ti'
V E II Hi I N E X T E R M I N A T 0 R,
.1? Bed Bugs, Mo*hs in Furs, Woollens, &e.t
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c.- Put
up in 25c, 50c. and $1 boxes, bottles ai d tiasfc
So and $5 sizes for Hotels, Public Instil uions,
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from poisons."
"Not dangerous to the human family. 1
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
Sold wholesale in all large cities.
Sold by all Druggists and Retailers e\
Beware of all worthless imitations.
See that "Oostar's" name iri on each box, hot
lie and flask, before vou buy.
js$r Address HENRl R. COSTAR,
Principal Depot, 482 Broadwav, K. Y,
Sold by _ HENRY COOK,
Wholesale ftpd Retail Agent,
ft p 7 ? 3 m A ! r*: h n d r; a. V a.

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