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Throwing Stones. --Alexander Harris and Henry Taylor, sons of Mars, who stoned the house of Joe Anderson, because they imagined they had been debarred from the enjoyment of some privilege therein, were arrested by the police Tuesday night, and yesterday brought before the Mayor for violating the peace. The fact was pretty plainly established, and his Honor expressed his intention of committing them in default of surety for their good behavior; but was induced to reconsider his decision on their promise of amendment. They appeared to be gratified at their escape from durance vile. Joe Anderson, the object of their wrath, is a darkey.
istinguish the Court-House village. The Third Connecticut Regiment. Bailery's Cross Roads, Alexandria Co., Va., June 24. --Shortly after 3 o'clock this morning, we had somewhat of an exciting time in this neighborhood. It was supposed that Beauregard's army was down upon us. The alarm, however, grew out of the approach, instead, of the 3d Regiment of Connecticut troops, that had crossed the river.--They marched past this point to the cross roads, about a quarter of a mile below Taylor's tavern, where the other two Connecticut Regiments have been posted for some days. General intelligence from Washington. Washington, June 24. --The Post Office Department, in reply to certain inquiries by the postmaster at Philadelphia, informed him that he should disregard any stamps on letters dropped into his office, bearing the marks of express companies, when there is reason to believe they come from disloyal States. Such letters, however, should be delivered on the p