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ton, Oct. 18. --Bland Bollard has been appointed United States District Judge for Kentucky, in place of Judge Denvos, who has joined the rebels. All Quiet on the Upper Potomac. Washington, Oct. 18. --An official dispatch, received this morning from Darnestown, represents all quiet on the Upper Potomac. Treasury notes. Washington, Oct. 18. --The Treasury Department yesterday sent West $1,300,000 in Treasury notes. From Gen. Banks's Division. Darnestown, Oct. 17. --A gentleman from Berlin informs me that intelligence had reached the Point of Rocks to the effect that the enemy's forces which retreated back to the foot of the mountains and the Shenandoah valley on the approach of the sickly season along the river line have left their retreats and are now pushing for the Potomac in large numbers. It is stated that they had reached Charlestown, and would make their appearance at every ford or crossing on the Upper Potomac. Should this intellige
The Daily Dispatch: October 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Northern Programme for coast invasion. (search)
The latest from Missouri. Gen. Fremont preparing to cross the Osage river in Hot Pursuit of the Retreating rebels. Syracuse, Mo., Oct. 17. --A messenger from Gen. Fremont reports his arrival at Warsaw, on the Osage river, (about 65 miles Southwest of Jefferson City,) which he was preparing to cross by meansn. Price has made a stand in Cedar county, 25 miles from Osceola, with a force of 20,000 men. Gen. Price going to show fight. Camp McKinsty, Near Syracuse, Oct. 17. --Gen. Fremont has sent a dispatch here stating that he has reason to believe that General Sterling Price has retraced, or will retrace, his steps to the Ode Terre river, with infantry and artillery. The main body of the enemy is reported to be forty-five miles distant. Exchange for Col. Mulligan. St. Louis, Oct. 17. --The Democrat learns that Dr. Winer, Surgeon of the Twenty-third Illinois regiment, of Col. Mulligan's brigade, started on Wednesday, by order of General
tement that a large number of guns from Prussia had been received in New York for this city is not true. The guns do not belong to the city, nor has Mayor Henry received any information of any such present. The Post-Office Department has adopted a plan for altering the two Government buildings on Chesnut street, next to the Custom-House, so as to adapt them to the purposes of a post-office. The whole cost of the alteration is to be about $45,000. The exports for the week ending October 17 amount in value to $239,656; imports $35,250. Upwards of fifty bales of cotton from New York now lie at the foot of Walnut street. The assessed value of the property in the city, as just returned by the assessors, is $152,684,000. Sudden death of ex-senator Beekman. Dr. J. P. Beekman of Kinderhook, N. Y., expired quite suddenly in that village a few days ago. He was a man of large fortune, and was for many years engaged in the business of banking. He has held the office