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Semi-Weekly Wisconsin (Newspaper) - June 12, 1863, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2uWWieJ at One Office of the The Dail Wisconsin JCMt Water Huron Editor and to Democratic Commercial News General Intelligence of every Department that wlUrender It valuable FAXILT Terms of the Daily Daily fuUltehed everyday except at 18 and S at the following rates Delivered by per u ll e nn By per n BOO 3 00 50 10 00 JwAdditional copies at the rate ot the and Friday morn as follows 1 Copy Copy 6 I copies 1 year to one order 10 Copies 1 year GO copies at the rate of tlie Club Specimen numbers sent to any Weekly Tubliuhed every Wednesday and mail d every Monday l 1 10 Copfcs 1 ir nil 20 Copied 1 S3Additional copies at the rate of the Club EXTRA COPV will be sent to iicreons get line up clubs of TEN or more of tic W Money in Ecgistcred Letters may be sent at our Cccembcr Stonewall Jatksoui Death In England The Tories of England thoroughly appreciate the importance of such a man as Stonewall Jackson to the Southern When Slavery raises its armies lo fight against if it can secure a man who is a religious fanatic nnd has large mililary yet devoted to the they have obtained a greut commander to render their cause respected in the eyes of the civilized Jackson was such n His unaffected his conceded and his fanatical devotion to the cause of the South and made him the most dangerous rebel leader that this rebellion has When we heard of Stonewall Jacksons we nt once said I hut Hooker had not fought his buttle in We lost in wounded nnd and yet the Northern Stales are Htronger by the disposal ol Stonewall Jackson where he can do us nc more eeems to be the sentiment of The Confederate loan fluctuated greatly upon the intelli gence of Jacksons is a significant exprension of the feeling in As the Tories want to help the rebels whei they niobt need great meetings nn being held to demand the recognition o the This which 1m previously would not Imvc bft i renewed saving for the irreparable IOF the rebels have sustained in losing tLeii greatest The English have their own and they know that th death of Oliver in hum Jackson pur have defeated the Commons of En land in with King Chnrl The next accounts from this country wi be looked for with fcretfeji anxiety in if Hooker was HO badly why did not the rebel arm pursue They will at once becaus Stonewall Jackson wns nnd to importance of his loss will loom upon them and the expression of tin Southern whiiji spoke of Ihci Dead Hero as their wil not be without effect in It is u significant fact that since the beginning o this the rebels have aeknowhlgci no great loss until they were compelled to announce the death of When the Tories come hoar o Grants successful operations in Missis they will be still more for we know that if Viekeburg am Johnnlon is once more the how tor recognition of the South will rise with even n more prolonged clamor tlinn ovir LKKS MOVEMENTS IN Something imporinnt is going on in In that nil seem to Lee does not often issue nn address to his unless he means He has recently published nn which VOLUME JUNE NUMBER he speaks ol long marches to be perform KnJ great suderitigs lobe What dots he contemplate Not a few think a raid into While there are others who suppose that he con templates joining md fulling upon Rosecrnns two and thus achieve a decided compensation for the loss of Yicksburg in the possession of There are others who appre hend that Lee purposes to march into Pennsylvania west of the in order to obtain possession of That would be a severe blow to We suppose that there is no other difficulty than the character of the We do not imagine that there are soldiers in all Western The pos session of even for a few would supply the rebel nrmy lor a ycur with everything that it Of course all these impressions are mere speculations but there is a feverish curi osity to know what that powerful rebel army in Virginia is about preparing to find therefore we cannot re frain from indulging in some speculations of great which to the ken of fio many eccm to be not far THE POLISH It appears that England and France have made a proposition to not exactly for the independence of but for a separate administration of that country to be composed of In other the English propose to obtain for Poland what the South ern rebel States and which they can enjoy tomorrow under the broad JEqis of our Constitution but England says tiat the South should be entirely in dependent bf the Why should not Poland be equally BO Russia t The language und religion ofthe Poles are different from those of The Southern Siates profess the same religion and speak the same language as the Northern States Our only difference is And can it be that moral England desires to favor Southern inde pendence in order that Slavery may be perpetuated in tbe south of the Po 1 irofesiiohs of philanthropy for ome out at once and recognize the Poles s belligerents f The Poles have gained as many victories over the Russians as the outh has over the Are not the oles on tit led to the same encouragement as the Slave States no the nris ocracy of who really rule that do not desire the indopen of They do a little Eome bing to satisfy the longings of the middle lass of England for the rights and Dendence of Poland but we feel assured liatit will go no Shot and shell and every possible implement of war are lot being shipped to tbe Polish revolu ionists from Let Poland ch ain one tithe of the munitions of war fur ished to the South by England and the oles could never be The iolicy of England towards us has been marked by an unfairness so glaring that Is memory has burned into the hearts of he American Ripon and Fond du lac Every and business man cannot help but see the importance f a Railroad from Eipon to Fond du The benefits to be from it of no small as the induce ments held out to the people of this city town by the Sheboygan and Fond du jac Railroad Company are such that co sensible person can doubt the feasibility of building such a It will not only enefit a few but the whole section of country within twenty five or thirty miles around The Sheboygan nnd Bond du Railroad Company have pledged themselves that if the people in this county will grade the road season from Rip on to Fond du will and furnish the rolling stock nnd trans port wheat from Ripon to Sheboygan at cents per bushel for ten What letter inducement does the business man or farmer want than this There is no ouiity in this State containing better land or raising wheat than Fond da fnd are but one or two counties that ex ort an equal number of bushels of wheat iml other It is estimated that the of bushels of wheat shipped from Ripon during the past year reaches six hundred thousand bushels with a railroad running from Ripon to Fond du carrying the farmers wheat at BIX cents per where they now have to pay double that amount by any other thousands of dollars oould besaved to the farmers and business men of this portion of the county which other be sent oY to fill the coders of east ern We would say to each every Farm Mechanic and living in the city ami town of Me Lamartine and if you want this road built you have got to sub scribe and raise an amount suf ficient to grade the road from Ripon to Fond du and when ibis is there will be some way provided by which the iron and rolling stock can be procured either by your own means or of some responsible Railrond From tlie The Madison Patriot of Saturday has an interesting letter from the Eighth Wis detailing the part it has taken in Giniral Grants campaign up to to the 24th It is not as has been that the Capitol at was It was left and the public records While we were in possession of the the Capitol was oeetipied as follows commanding our occupied tlie Supreme Court Room Colonel 8th Wis the office of Judges of Errorswild Appeals Colonel llth the Secretary of Stales room Colonel the Attorney Generals Office Colonel 47th the office of Slate Jefferson Provost occupied the Stufe Treasurers which was crowded diy and night by tlio citizens and refugees seeking pro tection at our Surgeon of our occupied the Land where lie administered to the afflictions ol many of the prisoners as well as our own that were The Senate and Assembly Halls and all the state rooms were crowd ed with The casualties in the regiment were as fellows up to the 22d inclusive Lt Col J W wounded slightly JUNE DKATH OF We are pained to announce the death of of the 4th ia the at Port on tbe 27th of iHe was one of those noblehearted young men who quickly won the hearts of those who came near and his death will be deeply de plored a mathematician of a higu and was for a timeProfessor in the Though the possessor of an ample he at once resigned all the enjoyments easy and volunteered in the first month of the and has proved by his deeds that he was one of the heroic sonsof bur A correspondent who was well ac finger of left hand shot Company Sergt Ursum Wounded Geo E in arm ThosT slightly in two fingers shot Company I Danl Wy in Company SethG by a musket ball in Wounded Jolmathan E II aw in Company Sergt Mor rison in amputa ted John W Smith and Patrick each slightly in Company 2d Lt Villard Clmpmun by a musket ball in Wonnded Corp Geo in hand Geo in Company Arthur Coo slightly in Company Stephen se by musket ball in mouth and neck Sergt Sherman Joseph in Company Paul in arm Abraham slightly in side Robblns slight in TIIK quainted with the worth of adds the following interesting reminis cence of the Character of this gallant soldier and true man I know from the best authority that no officer has left this State that grew in the confidence of his superiors faster than Inexperienced as he was in military when Le entered the he grew to be one of the best officers in Banks An Aiaun and Bell for the 1 Ml Ire About the only of any conse quence that was transacted in the Common Council last was the adoption of a resolution by the to erect a fire alarm tower for the entire to be lo cated upon the Fourth Ward school house and that it be surmounted by a bell weighing This action was in pursuance of the report of the committee to whom had been referred a recommen dation of the from tt e Chief A resolution was also adopted authorizing the sale of all the old engine house where the companies have been nnd to rpply the proceeds towards the pur chase of the new We like these and hope the Board of Councillors will ratify them at although we think the location would bo belter somewhere on the high ground near Don Uphams From that point tbe entire 9th the moat of the 5th and 8th in nearly all the entire city can be seen from the proposed point in the 4th a view cannot be had of considerable of the 8th and 9th We consider this one of the most desirable im provements the city onn engage It is needed beyond all and while we are starting in it we sought to be sure and start When it ia we hope a new system of ringing fire alarms will The number of the ward where the fire is should be and not the There is not one man out of a who understand the metes and boundaies of the so that when an alarm is few people can tell whether it is anywhere iq the direction of their property or Besides the dis tricts cover too much A fire should be located by the alarm within as limited a space as and nothing can do this so effectually as by ringing the A GREAT MANDFACTCRIXO house of BRADLEY METCALF have gradual ly enlarged th ir business until they employ 300 men in their different It is an interesting sight to go through the different workshops to notice the neatness and expedition with wh ch the leather is turned into the boot or They employ the latest and every thing moves on with the regularity of clock Every man has his and every thing is in its The work from the house of Bradley is known to be so good and rejiable that it commands 20 per more than Eastern work of the same This bouse begun to do business twenty years ag6 with onlysix and now they have a house larger than any in and whose business transactions will well compare with the great houses in New York It always pleases us to note the growth of our when they attain so great success by no factitious but simply by always giving their customers a good article for a reason able This is the secret of their andwe may add of all other great Important to A gentleman of this city commenting upon tUe Air Line Railroad a day or two made an important revelation m re gard to the Eoadsalready built in Milwau And that is the splendid duconnec tion of the different lines forming the rouie north andsoul It is an unpleasant fact that a mile of Omnibus riding to connect with trains is a great evil and hindrance to and even when the Air LineKMQ is finished Milwaukee withtha obstacle m tha way expect to make the roue a successful competing route to cago and the east by even be urged as an objection againts the Air wne Road because the road would not any closer than the present BO much a great hindrance to passenger tra But in regard to in w rd bound freight it is still a greater and will have MB effect of driving all through freight by some route that is free from such disastrous car tage from one depot to another as is now experienced at WhileMUwankee is now so olive to her own interests and prosperity we trust sne will not overlook so important an item as this If a connection could be maoe between the milwaukee and Chicago roads with the ones running the freight business would be increased one naif above what it ia Business men who are ac quainted with the situation avoid in all pos sible ways the risk and damage of the un and carting of goods from tneOIu cago Depot to the If Milwaukee is to be our great trading we want to see every possibe facility afforded iO give us advantage enough for compensation in leaving our present It w more Milwaukees interest than ours in remedying the present ovil of disconnec du lac FISDIXO families have of late spent a week at the La Belle in for recreation and The country is in the most charming con Every and hill and field ia dressed in the richest attire of Yes terday a large box of fish was distributed among the favored ones in the TOBACCO CUKIXO AXD FLAVOUIXOGRAPE those of our readers who are interested in the above we re fer them to the May and June of the Valley published at Valuable illustrated with engrav are published every and we see by a notice in the Editors that any person sending 75 will get the Valley Farmer for 8 months from May to December in a valuable treatise on Address the Bryan or the at 97 Chestnut Saint Another Expefliicnfm Vitksbnrg Special to The Daily June is nothing later from excepting that an important expedition started for Yazoo City on the It was thought thatJohnston was en deavoring to move in that of succeeds Melanctlion Smith as Provost Marshal of this NEW June Advices from New say that the contest on the 27th was a very bloody the rebels fighting with reckless courage and onr men being not a whit behind in daring and Our informant the state ments heretofore made as to the conduct of the colored These sable wms riors provoked the most frenzied hatred on rhe other and the rebels bent all their energyto their Since the fight they have missed no chance to kill negro In one they pounced upon a single black cap and forthwith hung The bloody instruction was quickly for almost within an hour some negroes got hold of a rebel picket and swung him up in full sight of their murdered com The stories about Kirby Smith coming to the relief of Port Hudson ire proba bly Smith is no doubt in Tex as or possibly in western Lou He is certainly nowhere near Port nor could he get across it he were Grierson is clashing around and at last accounts was up between Port Hudson and Vicksburg tearing up the MILWAUKEE AXD NOBTHEBS ILLINOIS understand that preparations are nearly completed to commence the grading on this The work will begin on this end of the route within the of the Considerable stock has been sub scribed since the attention of tbe public was especially called to the matter last the engineer of the is now in preparing to comni nee the learn that tbe Provost Marshal of this city has enlisted fifty men for the invalid corps in the past few days aso a half dozen black men for the gunboat it is has been put under arrest for nee of and Washburn has been or dered below to take command of his divi Railroads and destroying hunt ing for confederate stores and canvassing the State It is understood that Johnston was at Jackson on the 27th but had no force worth bringing against We regret to learn that who was wounded at Port is hardlv expected to The weather is terribly hot and I he place very dry and NEW June Hudson ad vices via New stale that neither of the 6th Bullock of the 30th nor 2d are in the least New of ihe 4th and Wrot of Weitzels are Crayon and and 4th bidly That regiment lost 70 killed and wound ed out of 300 in the fight on the General and is probably at New He will probably be placed in command of Shermans Kirby Smith was reported at but it is not vouched NEW June I letter says that the First Louisiana Colored Regiment showed great pluck on the They marched up to within 80 paces ol the a double quick They were supported by the 6th the 147th New and the 161st New York These regiments are completely cut The colored regiment has but 200 Qn reaching the 3d battery of siege the rebels opened on them with terrific is net Wtb intbe report thatthe troops w Diis department have been I assigned to Itis understood thatAdmiral pahl grefen is willingto1 take a command under i Hilton Head letter reports that the steamer Secor was accidentally deslroyed by fireoff Seabrooks Island also that gunboat Shepherd iKnapp was lost rear having run A Suffolkletter say therebel report of Suffolkbeingevacuated is been A letter from Folly Charleston states that there are but rebel troops on i Therewere about inference da that they have been sent to operate against Union Con ventiontonight nominated Henry Winter Davis representative the Third He was and made a in which he said he f the entire policy of the There he be no side issues It was time for Mary land to speak out He supported unconditional and wasfor the vigorous prosecution of the war ond conquering a June Hewitt re ports Richardson and James Brown tribune still in the Libby They are and bear their prrvatiojp althoug they were wearing upon Dr Hewitt gives as his decided derived from which came to his knowledge in the course of his journey from Jackson to bat which srom motives of delicacy he declines to make that Grant will surely take that the rebels have as good as given up the attempt to relieve He thinks that they make an effort to seize and hold some other point on the being de termined not to relinquish that river to the The crops are looking finely all over the and promise an abundant Rich mond Examiner of in an edi torial says The telegram from Jackson today like all others received from the South an unintelligible compound of absurdity and im It comes from certain per sons calling themselves the Associated whose despatches suggest the wish that really the Associated Presa could rid itself of the odious necessity it is now under of publishing So much of the present dispatch as pretends to the losses of ths enemy is evidently pure If Grant left Grand Gulf with effective had a larger army than he could or THE UATC There cahbe n6doubt that tho avowed defermination of rebels to hang the negro soldiers who fall their wilt lead to severe measures of retaliation cm jtbe part of our No com who has the spirit of a man will consent that any of captured soldiers shall cruelly He will not dnly protest it but will nssuriie such decisive measures that theenemy will feel the reaction of their own barbar ity capture Vicks buijgj and inform Jeffl Davis that he will Pemberton for the first soliieriji who is ifthii chivalry be towards they love their own necks still shall soon have a negro men under our national and they are entitled to the utmost protection fram the mont for which they are ofiering their This order of protection corte from the Secretary of or Gen Let it not be if lie rebels get in the habit of negro soldiers and we hang their white will do the same with our white and the will become of barbarous Atimely notjice to the rebel government from our government will prevent an infinite deal of trouble There ba no question that at the present the de termination of this conflict between the two governments on the lights due to negro has become the most im portant one before the Perhaps the Administration is waiting forftie fall of Vicksburg to proclaim their ffoble a mem ber of the Sanitary not lorig since at was passing among the officers while they were dis cussing their chances of success against A whose love for his country was literally a the in we glowing addressing his earnest said The following his as to tha national aid local1 canal will be read interests Mi Tt j Aikena and of the2Ist closing Circular concerning the a enlargement of Lake THichigan and Mis sissippi River Canal came duly to I would have answered but had hoped few days that I might Lava 1 been present at the Shortly after i taking jny seat in Kress which was quite late 1 learned that the billfdr this Canal en largement bad been matured in Commit teeand was now ready to report at the i first Upon consultation with my colleague uiid other era 1 found that they were quite a unit ia favor of ita I conclud ed to vote for although in converaa a tion with the leading men in ita ter carefully reading the report of their as to plan and I ex pressed the opinion that the plan propos by the erection of dams across the IIU nois river utterly impracticable so also as to the plan for the enlargement of the Fox and which was to have been added as an amendment in cage tfie bill passed the House of t That the enlargement of the canal or canals between river and Lake Michigan would be of great com mercial benefit to several States in the Northwest and that portion of Wisconsin lying on the Mississippi I most firm ly believe but as a military necessity it is pure Nor will the proposed largement of the Lake Michigan and Il linois or Wisconsin by either pri or Stato be ever accomplished by the plans for Jess than double the present in my based upon eighteen years experience in navigating the Wisconsin and Mississippi and some knowledge of the Illinoisriver and upon the whole I do not believe the beat interests of tho vhole country demand such an expenditure at this If this project isprompted by military let us instead build our Lake gunboats and Monitors on Lake Winne a splendid and safe and we can open an outlet for them to Lake Michigan for a Hespcctfully and truly shall take even if it be over of our dead bodies pieces of railroad iron twelve to eighteen inches The rebels tuught with great despera every man being cut down at the FITTING CP A FIXE SUITE OF Carrier offered to surrender if rooms which are nowbeing 1v1 Banks would allow him to march out the building of Don southwest j wuh gunilj but it was corner Main arid Wisconsin for the i photograph and art gallery of i It ia repoited that the black flag was are equal to any of the for conven raised by the rebels A CREDITABLE 10th Mass collection some of whose heaviest taxpayers are known by our is thus creditably spoken of by the Berkshire Eagle Thfs is the dullest business month of the butthe tax amounts to The March tax pfcearly has been collectedand paid with of only about or 12000 per cent of theentire assessment a most remarkable instance of prompt The largest all over are for the month as follows Blackinton conic 3 Agawam Canal THE BLOW THAT ENGLAND advices from abroad state that a meeting ia called in Liverpool to express regret for the death of Stonewall Jack The Tories fully appreciate his to Ihe cause of ENROLLMENT NOT A is remarks an for the citi zens to draw a distinction between the two for the latter may never fol low intimate as the connection The act of registering names is in and it reaches all citizens who are liable to do military but no one need trouble himself about his claim to until he receives a printed notice that he bias the he is when privilege of appearing before a Board of Enrollment for ten days after the of the no and presenting groundstipon which he claims hie citizens drafted will be heard and their casescon as the act providesthatnone but ablebodied citizens of certain BB well as physically tell us that on Satur day morning they discoveredevidences of a slight frost in the cornfields The tops of the tender plants were slightly but not enough to destroy Fruit seems to have escaped AMERICAN SILVER is Toron to Board of on agreed to recommend to themercl ants and traders of that city to receive silver coin only at aft increased This says the has been rendered neceg sary in consequence of the continued influx of American And to so great an extent has this been the that bank bills have become almost a Besides the great inconvenience of having to carry large quantities of and the constant conflicts which have been waged between buyers and there ia rio reason why Canada should suffer the loss of the differ ence between the real and nominal value of the money she Fo long as there is more of it in tho Province than is necessary for the purposes of legitimate so long must it be below It will be perceived by reference to the proceedingsof the Board that a greater discount has been placed upon the small coin than upon those of larger We all things that this ia good As five and three cent pieces were exempted from the four percent large quantities have beeo collected by the coun try storekeepers and sent to the city in payment of until they have more plentiful than the quarters and half consequently of less If the proposition of the be ience and that we have ever They may not be so extensive as those of some of the New York but taking into consideration the magnifi cent skylight which is and the general facilities which are presented m the number and arrangement of the we have never seen any gallery which sur passed it in these The rec ption rooms are being finished off on the second and consist of two large ad desiia blyloeatd On the floor above vre come first to a large operating with one of the finest skylights for the pur pose that ever Then there is a studio for adjoining where he ia to paint bis and where there is another skylight which gives him just the light derived for his Then are three or four other all fitted up with every possible conven ience for carrying on an extensive pboto 6n the 29th the navy bombarded Port Hudson all day and night without re with The steamer Fulton had gone up Only tworegimenti were left in is in slightly NEW June to the Times HEADQUARTERS ARMY 1 f The situation remains position taken by Cowes on the south bank the Eappahannock on i1 n during day evening is still peacefully The only hostile demonstration graph and daguerrean We be lieve UrnAJS has ordered every im provement to be made in and about the that may be desired by Lyds and he will have the satisfaction after they are entirely and not only of placed bis ar tist tenant amidst the most pleasant sur but of having benefited the com munity in giving them an art gallery wor thy of the of llth Wiscon wounded before lias since A DESIRABLE M the past 24 hours has been an occasional shell from one Hod man on the bills on this skir mishers hold the line of Deep Bun and Green while the enemy are in plain sight about onefourth ot a mile further No large bodies of their troops are in Aboutone mile directly in front of our i JA n 11 and on UilCtHJ 111 iJtinfc j f Ae crest 61 a iff a battery in but this is all we can abundant evidence that the enemy closed watching our move that weight continue advance and meet him on his chosen I can say that de pends altogether on Unr troops lav on their arms in an open covered by several batteries of these fierce Large in de brass Napoleons Ta i a Elizur West Emerson Gay GUidopee 8 western Boston Duck Merrick Fay Hamp den Some days ago it party of Oaage In dlans went into Port ScOtt for They reported that they had had a fight with the guerrilla and had suc ceeded in killing him and twentyfive of his A Correspondent of the Leaven worth Times says They chopped off the heada of eighteen rebels and piled them np Indians dont Care about being pris oners of Tire FINEST RGUJXU w of New are erecting a rolling mill when com pleted with its will the finest rolling mill ou the It is to be built around a square on the banks of the in South One of the buildings already finisheil Is 300 feet long by 100 feel fora rolling mill Another feet is already completed for blacksmith shops and storehouses The other structure for puddling furnaces is 80 feet wide by 231 feet finished it is to be400 This mill is for the manufaatnre of jnerchanth bar and is to filled best machinery that money improvement in the puddling furnaces or in the machinery to roll the iron is We have been through the great mills at Pittsburgh we do not hesitate to they will not compare with this Troy mill The Burdens will expend in the even with its diminsioris not COMMISSIONED BROUGHT U THE The steamer Hope arrived early this morning The following of the wounded officers she brought most of whom left the boat at They were j in charge of United States General Louis The following are the only names from Wisconsin Capt J McDermot 17th 1st Lieut ChasT 14th CaptR J 29th Capt O V do do 1st Lieut Adjutant Ed 18th Lieut G N 29th 2d Lieut M L 17th AND GBAXD HAVEN may not be generally by our citizens and the public but if it is not it should that any one who purpos s start ing for the on one of the Milwaukee nnd Grand Haven at four o clock or BOSTON are now monnted at Fbft Warren about one hundred are one hundred ponnd in the handling of vhiCh the garrison lave been The garrison ol some seven bundred and feew rt crnits are coming in about one hundred mechanicsand labor ers have been employed in and doing other work upon the in the can go on board the night and enjoy a good nights rest in a firstclass free of Py doing BO there w H be no Of get ting and the necessity of getting up at about three oclock in the in order to be down to f c boat by is this arrangement were generally under we are sure it would be taken ad vantage of by many citizens and travellers who now avoid the routef simply if they wanted to leave on the moaning they woulfl be compelled to get up at such an unseasonable Another fact in connection with this route ia worthy of and that is by tak adopted this will now be put a stop A gentleman who baa just arrived inTjeavenworthfrom Colorado Territory says the emigration now passing over the plains is immense probably than ever except during the rush to Duriig the sixteen days that was on met of fiye wtjgjbosper ing the 4 the will of The emigration is Divided between i Colorado onethird onthSsside of i have to spend but one night on the between here and New York or He will arrive at New York the nextday after starting from at at Boston abont 11 By this arrangement the nightTiding is limited to a less amount than ever and the time between here New iorK is to as few hours as any ono can expect or even We believe the tare is between and from this city New They are in excellent details of men are today engaged stroying the enemys rifle pits on the bank of the river near where we The ditches are being filled up and the banks leveled thus restoring the ground to its former level surface and depriving the enemy of the immediate use of this de and facilitating the passage ot our troops over the No general engkgement is yetimmi though not very are that noteworthy news may be expect ed from that but in what shape nobody seems to NEW Hilton Head letter of the reports n raid by 200 of the 2d South Carolina regiment under into the and without the loss of one and witnlUU contrabands and a large amount of other It is stated that 500 might have been brought off had transportation been Fifty dwellings of seces sionists were NEW7 June Heralds Washington dated June says received today from the Kappa hannock state that two of batto are plainly ih eight of the rebel of their artillery but aflairsibave been quiet on both The Cth Yennont was thrown forward as and only a few is inclined to thank God for an outward and tangible piece of good But slow to be grate ful for beautiful feelings which rise in the a benefit to his innermost which comes not less from the Father of lights than do objectiononal THE WHKAT spring wheat is now looking We never saw wheat look better than in Waukesha No accidents nave yet happened to the and the present dry weather continue for a few days a good crop will be well assured at Harvest weather is in the future and cannot be ari with disloyalty same charge pleted But when the whole encircling the the out lay willnot be lees than This 13 an enormous sum for one house to in veitf in fixed theBurdens are among the colossal iron houses of the They and they deserve their They are largehearted good fortune no It is quite clear that our the iron trade will grow into colossal dimen Tbefime is not far distant when there will be iron manufacturers in this country who will like the great wjorks in There is why WB should not be1 the greatest iron manufacturiiig nation in the war has given an immense impulse to the iron and after the war is over weshall make every railway bar that is laid down in this The wealth of our iron will infinitely greater than all the gold of Troy seems to be favorably sifanted for the iron and this Herculean of the Burdens in dicates that they have faith in its advan tages as a manufacturing The present mill will be rolling merchants bar irom in the monthof IVicconfln Woandxl Mem The fallowing is a list of wounded Wis consin soldiers brought to Memphis from Grants on the hospital boat City of June 1863 J S llth hips W C left shoulder Sergt J left foot J F left foot C M faca D left loot J left shoulder D M right leg G W right arm George right arm amputated G W left arm J leg amputated on tho field Edward right hand Fred do Corp Peter do left slioulder John do right fore arm Charles M do left hw H C do Wt wrist John M face Corp Charles do E shoulder W II right hand Ivory left hand Corporal Levi Shell face Harlow J Yon right arm W B left shoulder Corp Henry shoulder Sergt Clinton left arm thigh J N left arm Lavid left arm Robert elbow H left thigh Willibald foot James right arm Wm right arm John llth thigh Fred in leg Philip Ac left lung Charles right John in head in right shoulder Holly in foot in hand E in face Corporal in right leg in right hip Daniel in right hip William June 4 Isaac of whom are now here in Resident Agt for at MATTERS AT THE PHILADELPHIA ironclad Galena has been stripped of her armor preparatory to ne cessary Tho Shcnandoah will soon be ready for and a bettor specimen of naval chitecture has never been constructed at the Philadelphia Workmen are busy pushinjf ahead the new ironclad All who visit her are struck with the immense strength and enormous powers of resistance which willcbaracterize her when No other1 armored built or will be her superior in any It is be lieved that no ordnance has yet been in vented which will have force enough to penetrate her sides of iron and Court Fashions In THE PRINCESS WALES DBAWINQ From the London May By command of the Queena drawing room the first was held on Saturday in James by her Boyal Highness the of on behalf of her The court was attended by about two thousand of the nobility and The presentations of ladies upon this occasion exceeded five and by the Queens pleasure were considered equivalent to presentations tto her The Prince and Princess of SNUFF at NORTH A Beaufort correspondent ofthe Boston Traveller writes r Most of the negro women as well as the poor class of are habitual snuff It Ity Theodore on the aauic James Tilghman and Joseph Evsrgrand were sent South a weefc Saturday from The first named was arrested at a House in Charles several1 weeks when he was too ill to on the charge of hav ing been Woodall has Soutli and was several times arrested sincerhisre Tilghman and Eyergrand were char aei with participating in the destruction of Ore sloop Edwin arrested a few days and sent to Fort McHenry on the charge of being a ConJea erate was also sent South on Satnrdiy of was taken sSri onslyiU on the 12th at On the 15th6e was sent to thehospi talat New is rubbed upon the by a teeth and gums formed like a casualties inflicted by th3 enemy yester A the the enemy in unnsually strong force in his old DOSI tionr left nr hoped to jom his f reiriment at Eouge in ten Whether he Port Hud qn or on which mayoftehbe seen pro trndin from the mouth of the female ad this the complex ion of white personis im proved by partaking of the color of the plant upori which and Dot un frequently they are mistaken for mnlattocs and often receive the appellation of con aayg A broker who business about a year ago on a thousand haa had bro kers have had during the past and has realized a million andalialf of A few dayssince fie Settled on wife hundred and1 fifty so if should meetwiih reverses still have Something for Ariother bro who began with email meina yearagcvisnow worth b million of It is rumored have official that keep them posted news of the associated James and the Mistress of the attended by the ladies and gentlemen in and escorted by a party of Life arrived soon after two aclocfc at were received by ond the Great Officers of State of the The Princess of Wales took her station in front of the throne accompanied by tha Prince of Wales and other members of the Royal Her Royal Highness wore a train of white having a deeptrimming of white and wreaths of white lilac andHoniton The petticoat richly trimmed to match the The headdress of the Princeaa waa formed of a diamond feathers and tulle The ornaments were diamonds and The of Wales wore the uniform of Tenth of which bis Royal Highness ia The Princess Louis of Hesse wore train of silver moire richly trimmed with pale violet velvet and silver The petticoat of white with boil ennes of white tulle covered with Irish looped silver to natch The headdress wai formed of a nond a veil ornamented with The enemy and columns seera to be moving up kndrtaking tion await further operations of our ernandoIWood is Advertise toad Copperhead State Convention Hooker was acroes the and visited the 17th his picket lines on A named Daniel at Cambridge with rtsisSqg the enrolHiig of tn ai r occasioned Iry of their Rev ifined two hundred yewill accepttheir pearla and Diamond broach and The Princess Mary of Cambridge wore a petticoat of white satin trimmed1 with tulle and bands of velvet covered The train of lilac silver moire round Honitonlaceii Rcyal was composed of1 diademof djambnds 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