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Reported Obstruction of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad near Harper's Ferry. Wheeling,May 16.--Passengers have returned here from an attempt to reach Baltimore, and report that the culverts on the railroad near Harper's Ferry have been blown up and the rails removed from the track. The rebel troops there were hourly expecting an attack. The force now there numbered three thousand. A full regiment of Union men will be in camp here in a few days. Prominent Secessionists here have been ordered to leave Wellsburg. A number of Secessionists from below report a temporary detention of a party of Virginians, including Judge Brockenbrough, a member of the Montgomery Congress, at Gallapolis, Ohio. [ All dispatches from Wheeling are to be received for what they are worth, and no more.]
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Specie payments Harrisburg,May 16.--The bill providing for the resumption of specie payments on the second Tuesday of February next, has passed the House by year 49, days 21.
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Col. Anderson. Louisville,May 16.--Street rumors say that there is likely to be a difficulty here between the opposing parties on the advent of Col. Anderson.