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iday last, says: Our sister Southern cities may be anxious to know what Nashville, the capital of the Volunteer State, is doing in the cause. Up to this time, the companies organized are as follows: The Rock City Guard Battalion, composed of three companies; Tennessee Rifles, Cheatham Rifles, Jackson Irish Volunteers, Old Hickory Guards, Hermitage Light Infantry, Beauregard Light Infantry, Harris Guards, N. & C. Depot Boys, Nashville Greys, Nashville Guards, Tennessee Hangers, (cavalry,) Nashville Shelby Dragoons, (cavalry,) Breckinridge Rangers, Bell Greys, 8th Ward Home Guards, North Nashville Home Guards, Tennessee Artillery and Nashville Artillery — in all twenty-one, and footing up 2,500 men. In addition to those organized in the city, we learn that there is not a civil district in the county where one or more companies have not been formed. Davidson county alone can march into service to-day 4,000 good soldiers, with a sufficient number left for home protection.
A Riverine league. The citizens of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Covington and Newport on the Kentucky side of the Ohio, have entered into a combination and raised a guard for their mutual protection. A similar combination has been formed by the cities of Louisville and New Albany and Jeffersonville, on the Indiana side. At a meeting of the Mayors of the three cities, General Toley, of Indians, stated that the entire people of the 8th Congressional District in Indiana are preparing to stand by Kentucky in any and all extremities, and that they will protest the border against aggression from any quarter. The mules, pork and corn of Southern Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, can only find a market in the Southern States. A tariff for the benefit of the New England Yankees is as oppressive and odious to them as to any other portion of the sentiment.