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Metairie Raoes. --Fourth Day.--Two mile heats; club purse of $800, won by Foley's "Bettle Ward," over Fanny Washington, Sherrod and Repentance. Time: 3.39½, 3.37½.
rleston Courier has the following relative to the stoppage of supplies to Fort Sumter: The orders which some dispatches and accounts have been anticipating for several days, have now been issued for the suspension of all supplies between Fort Sumter and the city.-- This step is not taken too soon, but, we believe, of the use and improvement we have made by the delay, we cannot say, with some, that it was deferred too long. There is reason for believing that the reports of orders from Washington for evacuation have only been designed to deceive and beguile. Fortunately, they have failed in that, so far as vigilance and preparations on the part of the State have been concerned. The complication and difficulty growing out of the occupation of Fort Sumter, were caused by an act of Major Anderson, on his own responsibility, and without specific orders. It seems to be the determination of the powers of Government that rule at Washington, to leave to the same discretion, and to i