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; Mr. Lutze, saddler, $60,000; Mr. Rapler, blacksmith, $100,000, for shoeing Government horses. A poor wheelwright, for putting together wheelbarrows, bought at the North, $30,000--they were transported hither in pieces to save freight. Hudson, Taylor, and Philip & Solomon, stationers, $50,000 apiece. Mr. Taylor, has invested part of his property in a fine house at Poughkeepsie, New York. The landfords of the three principal hotels have cleared from $30,000 to $100,000 a year since December,ze, saddler, $60,000; Mr. Rapler, blacksmith, $100,000, for shoeing Government horses. A poor wheelwright, for putting together wheelbarrows, bought at the North, $30,000--they were transported hither in pieces to save freight. Hudson, Taylor, and Philip & Solomon, stationers, $50,000 apiece. Mr. Taylor, has invested part of his property in a fine house at Poughkeepsie, New York. The landfords of the three principal hotels have cleared from $30,000 to $100,000 a year since December, 1861.
Main Street stabbing. --Edward P. Connell, a soldier, charged with feloniously cutting and stabbing George Taylor, another soldier, on Sunday last, was again before the Mayor yesterday; but owing to the indisposition of Taylor, the examination was adjourned. Main Street stabbing. --Edward P. Connell, a soldier, charged with feloniously cutting and stabbing George Taylor, another soldier, on Sunday last, was again before the Mayor yesterday; but owing to the indisposition of Taylor, the examination was adjourned.