of her chimneys being out of sight.
The Clara Dolsen is a capital prize, being one of the largest and best business steamers on our waters.
She was built at Cincinnati, fifteen months ago, and has capacity for over sixteen hundred tons. She is worth forty thousand dollars, being in excellent condition.
Her officers state thatut was on her way to a new hiding-place up St. Francis River — so her officers state.
Capt. J. Riley Jones, who purchased the A. W. Quarrier and Gen. Pike in Cincinnati, before the rebellion, is in command of the Clara Dolsen.
A man named Nixon (who has a brother piloting one of our gunboats) is one of the Clara's pilots.
Rees Townsend, of St. Louis, who run the blockade from that city, is the chief engineer.
The Dolsen is partially owned in Cincinnati, where the bulk of her building bills, we understand, remain unpaid.
The Clara now lies alongside of us. She has a large supply of wood on board, a portion of which is being transferred to our gunbo