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Proceedings of the Courts. Mayor's Court--Recorder Caskie presiding.--Dec. 27.--Joseph Gregor was charged with the murder of Michael Horan, at Krebs's farm, near Richmond, about two months ago. Only one witness — who after all knew nothing about the case — was present to testify. His statement was that he was in the adjoining room when the shooting took place, and that he knew of no circumstance whatever which could identify Gregor as the murderer. The case was continued until Monday for other testimony. Samuel Stanley, a soldier, was charged with shooting a musket in the street; and attempting to shoot Capt. Pleasants, of the night police, when in the act of arresting him. The demonstration took place on Friday evening, on Main, between 15th and 17th sts. Surety in $300 to keep the peace, and a like amount to appear before the Grand Jury. Thomas King, drunk and trespassing on the premises of Mrs. E. Sadler, sent to Capt. Alexander to be handed over to the naval autho
The campaign in the Southwest. Mosily, Dec. 27. --The Advertiser and Register has a dispatch dated Grenada, Miss, 27th, stating that the Memphis Bulletin, says that on the 19th Gen. Forrest destroyed the railroad communication near Humboldt, cutting off the Yankee supplies, and that on the 21st and 22d sixty transports left Helena for the South, and a large force remained at Helena, which was to follow soon. Scouts report that Forrest and Van-Dorn had formed a junction and attacked Memphis on the 23d instant, destroying a large quality of stores — Nothing further has been ascertained. From appearances the conflict on the Mississippi and Yahoo rivers will soon commence. Dr. Price, who left Memphis Tuesday evening, represents Van-Dorn as being in the vicinity, and as having sent a flag of truce demanding a surrender. The enemy were removing everything to Fort Picking. There were only two regiments in Memphis.
The New York Tribune in favor of Recognition. Chattanooga, Dec. 27. --The New York Tribune says that the Confederate States must be recognized; there is no chance to whip them, and that peace is the only panacea for present difficulties. [The above dispatch was received in this city yesterday morning, but as another dispatch of the same date was received from the same point, in which no mention was made of it the agent of the Associated Press withheld it from the public, supposing it to have originated from the same article in the Tribune, which was commented upon by the city press last week, under the caption of "Gresley in Favor of an Armistice."]
Beast Butler superceded by Banks. Mobile, Dec. 27. --The Advertiser and Register has late New Orleans papers. Beast Butler was superceded by N. P. Banks on the 15th inst. Not over 8,000 troops came out with Banks. It is rumored that Banks will disband the negro regiments. Butler's "General Order," dated the 15th says: Landing with a military chest containing less than seventy five dollars from the boards of a rebel Government you have given your country's treasury near half a million of dollars, and so supplied yourselves with the needs of your service. Your expedition has cost your Government less by four fifths than any other. He boasts of his negro regiments.
Fight at Lavergne, Tenn.--Execution of a spy. Chattanooga, Dec. 27. --Passengers by this evening's train report that fighting has commenced at Lavergne, half way between Murfreesboro and Nashville. There was skirmishing along the lines since yesterday. The Rebel of this morning reports that one forces were driven back a few miles yesterday, but were immediately reinforced with orders to recover their original position. A man named Gray was hung yesterday, at Murfreesboro., as a spy. Another was shot at the same time for desertion.
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Capture of Tompkinsville, Ky. Chattanooga Dec. 27 --Parties from Murfreesboro' report that Morgan has taken Tompkinsville, Ky., and captured 1,200 prisoners and 100 head of cattle and sent them to Murfreesboro'.
Firing near Vicksburg. Vicksburg, Dec. 27. --Heavy firing in the direction of Young's Point was heard this evening.