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you are too brave a man to disarm." The whole command then gave three cheers for the gallant Powell. Mr. Powell is now making arrangements to turn over to the Federal Government the funds and papers in his possession belonging to Uncle Sam Mr. Powell is an officer of ability and experience. He has seen actual service in Mexico, and has received more than one wound while valiantly contending for the honor of the stars and stripes. "I will not Fire A Gun on my Countrymen." Com. Armstrong, who had command of the Pensacola (Fla.) Navy-Yard, when a superior force took it from him, passed through Mobile on his way to Washington. The Advertiser says: During his sojourn in the city the gallant old Commodore, the man who said, ":I will not fire a gun upon my countrymen," as well as his company, was the recipient of every act of politeness and honor which could be tendered him by the citizens and military. He was waited upon by prominent gentlemen of the city, and the "W