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A shouting affair took place in Charleston, S. C., on the 6th inst., between Edward Kopp and John Dittles, in which the latter was severely, if not fatally wounded. Kopp has been arrested. The editor of the Houston (Taxas) Telegraph, of the 27th ult., acknowledges the recript of "some fine strawberriss, just fresh from the vinse." Ain't that a luxury for December.
the camp of the enemy, by the side of Rosecrans. The sight is more pitiable, when we consider, that though, in his mental dotage, he still retains the strength of youth, as crect and unbent as ever, and as bold and as loud-mouthed as of yore. From Kentucky — cannonading near Green river — Blowing up of a Brider. The Nashville Republican and Banner publishes a very interesting letter from Bowling Green, Ky., dated the 30th ult., from which we make the following extract: On the 27th heavy cannonading was for some time kept up by the Federals, who occupy a position beyond Cave City. Sixty or seventy shells were fired from their long-range guns, making the hills thunder with their terrible music, and old Mammoth Cavern rumble with the sublime reverberations. This waste of powder and artillery diversion resulted in nothing more than frightening the skittish rabbit from the bush, and the timid deer from his native glades. Had our soldiers been at hand the enemy's artillery