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The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ch must have been kept in Goldsmith's "Deserted Village." Like Hamlet with the part of "Hamlet" omitted, it was the post office without being the post-office at all. Matters will doubtless be more enlivened about the post-office corner in a few days. Notwithstanding all the bars are closed in the city, the steamboat bars are doing a incrative business. Is it justice to the -sellers" in the city to pro from keeping open, when the river men are daily dealing in the critter? Col. Charies Ellett, the commander of the Federal ram fleet, is said to be seriously ill. He was wounded with a ball from a pistol in the recent fight before Memphis, the ball striking near the knee and ranging upward. Shortly afterward he was taken with measles, and is said to be quite ill. He left for Cairo on the Eugene yesterday afternoon. It is estimated that the Glendale from Cininnati, and the Commercial from Louisville, brought down near two hundred shippers, and cargoes of salt, pork, bran