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Determined to kill himself. --A man named Nicholson, residing in New Orleans, on Sunday, the 1st inst., attempted to kill himself by falling upon a sword, and then by carving up his body with a shoe-knife. The sword entered his stomach, and he slashed his arms and breast horribly with the knife. He was sent to Charity Hospital, but it was thought he would die very soon, as his wounds were mortal.
od that Gen. Marshall has issued a proclamation to the people of Kentucky, in which he says that the Home Guards in the different counties must join him or be prepared to fight him, as he is determined not to leave them in his rear. His physicians in charge of the hospitals here report a great improvement in the condition of the patients during the past week, which they mainly attribute to the continued effect of good nursing and favorable weather. A dispatch dated at Rolla, Mo., on the 1st inst., and published in the St. Louis Republican, states that Gen. Price, with 15,000 troops, marched on the 26th November into Kansas, which will be the field of his future operations. The country between exington and Independence is nearly deserted, in consequence of the men joining Price's army.--Gen. Price's Proclamation is unfavorably commented by his sympathizers in St. Louis, particularly that part that says there are two hundred millions dollars worth of Northern means in Missouri w
Ranaway.--twenty dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color; had on drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is from near Harper's Ferry; formerly belonged to Michael Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jail, so I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for de 3--tf Greenlaw & Wicks.