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e United States District Court has issued an order of condemnation of the prize schooner British Queen and her cargo, consisting of coffee and salt. This vessel arrived here about two months ago, in charge of a prize master, she having been captured in an attempt to run the blockade. The Philadelphia and Baltimore Railroad Company are building a new depot west of their present depot at Broad and Bluest--. It is a continent on of the other, and intended to afford larger facilities. Daniel S. Bellman, formerly member of Councils, died this morning. He represented the 11th ward in Select Council for two terms, and held other offices under the city government. Another prominent citizen, Phillip R. Schuyler, died this morning. He was an old resident of the district of the Northern Liberties. Heavy arrest of gamblers in Baltimore. On Saturday night, the 3d inst., the police of Baltimore arrested a large number of gamblers at the house of award Hall, No.74 Holliday
He was 84 years old, and has been a minister upwards of sixty years. The steamships City of New York and Tortious left for Europe to-day. The former took out $4, 7000 to specie and the latter $325,000--to add $741,000. Charles Douglass, aged seventy-one years, was sent to the penitentiary yesterday for stealing some clothing from the Globe Hotel. The prisoner is an old offender, and is said to have served forty years to prison. One hundred and fifty of the soldiers wounded at Leet's Vills arrived here this evening from Yorktown, on the steamer Richard Willing. The "Leader" a democratic paper, was to-day notified by Secretary Stanton that its transmission through the mails would hereafter be prohibited. Affairs in Philadelphia Philadelphia May 8 --The United States District Court has issued an order of condemnation of the prize schooner British Queen and her cargo, consisting of coffee and salt. This vessel arrived here about two months ago, in charge
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the Federal army in Western Virginia, at an aggregate of $208,000. "The Birds' Nest" is the title given to an asylum just opened in Dublin, Finland, for Catholic orphans. Three thousand applications have been received from young women wishing to be engaged as waiters at the London exhibition. The report that a brother of the wife of the President was among the slain at the battle of Pittsburg Landing, is contradicted by the Northern papers. A portrait of Aaron Burr, by Vanderlyn, was sold at auction, in New York, the other day, for $210. Thomas C Fitzpatrick who has been incarcerated in Fort Lafayette for some months past, charged with politician offences, was brought to Baltimore on the 8d instant for trial. Hon. Thomas P. Porter, late Speaker of the Kentucky State Senate, and Marshall Carter, son of Dr. J. C. Carter, after several months in the seceding States, returned to their homes in Versailles, Kentucky, on Saturday last--. They were at once by ar
ust overtook all deficiencies in that way, and only remember that I love you, and do not judge by the tone of my letters my feeling, towards you. I believe I told you, in my other letter, about those two young men being here. I did not tell you their names, for I did not think you knew then; but I remember hearing you spear of one of them. One was Harrison Cadott and the other Jesse L Clarig Do you recollect the time that you preached that dog sermon? Quin got a letter from Ellison yesterday afternoon, and answered it last night. Mary Hoop is getting along finely. I suppose she misses you of Sunday nights. I don't know what Fan will do if she is disappointed much longer in getting a letter from Spering. Harrison Cadott is Julia Dungar's bean. I think that is a fine match Annie Laird and I are seat-mates. We are as good friends as ever. Ellen Hoffman wrote a letter to Jim R. the next day after he left. I think she was in a hurry. I shall have to close
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ding idle in the market place unwilling to accept and labor in any of these parishes, but waiting for parishes in the city, or in the large towns of the West. This savors more of attachment to the kingdom of this world than devotion to the Kingdom of God. Rare birds are our city fathers. During a discussion last night, in special session, upon making an appropriation to defray the expenses of celebrating Washington's birthday, Alderman Dayton called Alderman Genet a sympathiser with Beauregard, Davis and Toomb. Genet thereupon intimated to the party of the first part that if he repeated that allegation he would knock him down.--Other blanken of a like characteristic description followed, and the Chamber, for a while, more resembled a dog kennel than a deliberative assembly. Miscellaneous items. The successor of the late Governor Harvey, of Wisconsin, is Edward Solomon, Esq., of Milwaukee, who, says the Milwaukee News, is the first German both citizen that has ever fil
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g their close, had several interviews with Lord the week previous to the , and there was much among outsiders as to what was in the additional proofs of the inefficiency in the arrival lately of from Charleston, are supposed to the business in hand. The Confederate Commissioner, moreover, was very with the editors of the London Times, and Morning Post, and, judging by the of the leaders of those journal speaking of recent Federal authorship of them may be clearly that source. Mason, I was added, money freely in giving "prince. " at his residents in Pica "Contrabands" Farm in New York letter men the following: contraband" was discovered, , in an alley this morning make a breakfast of some garbage an box on the sidewalk. Upon being , he said he was from Loudoun, and have to his home by a Massa soldier he would have plenty to eat and he got North. put him on the train for Phila when he reached the latter place and "friend" told him to "followin
took out $4, 7000 to specie and the latter $325,000--to add $741,000. Charles Douglass, aged seventy-one years, was sent to the penitentiary yesterday for stealing some clothing from the Globe Hotel. The prisoner is an old offender, and is said to have served forty years to prison. One hundred and fifty of the soldiers wounded at Leet's Vills arrived here this evening from Yorktown, on the steamer Richard Willing. The "Leader" a democratic paper, was to-day notified by Secretary Stanton that its transmission through the mails would hereafter be prohibited. Affairs in Philadelphia Philadelphia May 8 --The United States District Court has issued an order of condemnation of the prize schooner British Queen and her cargo, consisting of coffee and salt. This vessel arrived here about two months ago, in charge of a prize master, she having been captured in an attempt to run the blockade. The Philadelphia and Baltimore Railroad Company are building a new d
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"mosquito nets," the Government having come into market and swept it about bore. Prices have gone up 100 per cent. in consequence. The Rev. Nathan Bangs, D. D., one of the fathers of American Methodism, died, at his residence, in this city, his morning. He was 84 years old, and has been a minister upwards of sixty years. The steamships City of New York and Tortious left for Europe to-day. The former took out $4, 7000 to specie and the latter $325,000--to add $741,000. Charles Douglass, aged seventy-one years, was sent to the penitentiary yesterday for stealing some clothing from the Globe Hotel. The prisoner is an old offender, and is said to have served forty years to prison. One hundred and fifty of the soldiers wounded at Leet's Vills arrived here this evening from Yorktown, on the steamer Richard Willing. The "Leader" a democratic paper, was to-day notified by Secretary Stanton that its transmission through the mails would hereafter be prohibited.
Mite Ethelda writes two letters upon the same sheet to two of her acquaintances in the army, add she uses the same form in the beginning and conclusion of both letters. Miss Amanda Smith is more sentimental. She concludes a very pathetic letter after this fashion; "I wish you all could be here but as you said there no use of wishing anything about it well you must keep in good courage and just think you are doing your duty Write son So fare Well From Miss Amanda Smith To J, M. Wise your best friend. Don't let any one see this letter Write rite off and don't put it off. You are the one that I love best, so let year thoughts upon me rest Many of the letters from home speak of the prostration of all branches of business and the of money; while many of those from camp, which had no been sent off, express much uneasiness on account of the climate, the water and the increasing sickness. The writers all desire to see the war terminated. I learn from one of
K. L. Affairs in New York New York May 3. --A respectably dressed young man, supposed to be connected with wealthy relatives, registered himself at the New England Hotel as Wm Altkin, late on Thursday night, and on Friday was found dead in his bed, having committed suicide with laudanum. The Coroner's inquest on Friday evening revealed the fact that he had paid his last cent for his lodging, and that sheer destination led him to take his own life. On Thursday Comptroller Hawes paid off the first city war loan of $1,000,000 which was treated under the title of the "Union Defence Fund Bonds." Payment was made by a reissue, bearing six per cent., and payable Nov. 1, 1864. Most of the reissue was taken by the first holders, and there were more par bids for it than could be accommodated. Madame Geffrard, the wife of the President of , with her daughter, will visit New York in May 10 a Haytlen man-of-war, on their way to Paris, where Madame Geffrard has two daught
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