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h we copy: From Washington — exciting rumors in circulation. Washington, March 30. --The violent thunder storm which visited Washington this evening was ady fallen materially. The Troubles in the Episcopal Church. Washington, March 30. --The majority of the vestry of Trinity. Episcopal Church, having essaom the city in the last two days. The War in the Southwest. Cincinnati, March 30. --A special dispatch to the Cincinnati Commercial, from Indianapolis, s run into a ditch and the cars destroyed. A Sensation story. St. Louis, March 30. --On the night of the 26th inst, a band of from five to eight hundred rins Stockton and Cosgrove, severely. News from Island no.10. St. Louis, March 30. --The army correspondent of the St. Louis Republican, writting under darimac until the storm is over. Operations in North Carolina. Baltimore, March 30. --The rebels burned the bridge on the railroad between Newbern and Beau
Died from his Injuries. --The man, Hiram Hurshur, who leaped from a third-story window of the Confederate States military prison, on Cary street, a week or two since, died in the hospital at that place on the 30th of March.It will be remembered that he broke the bones of both legs and arms and fractured his skull in making the leap. Every attention was shown him by Dr. Higginbotham, Surgeon in charge of the Hospital but considering the nature of his wounds his death under the circumstances cannot be considered very remarkable.