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The Daily Dispatch: September 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 28, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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in on yesterday evening's train, that the Lincolnites under Gen. Sherman, of Ohio, have possession of Muldraugh's hill. It is supposed Sherman has a force of about 3,500, a portion of which had reached Muldraugh's hill at last accounts. What the intention of the enemy is, is not known. It seems, General Buckner has not regarded Muldraugh's hill at a strategic point, and consequently did not invest it, as he was amply able to do. The latest intelligence from Louisville received at Rowling Green, confirms the reported arrest of Governor Morehead. He had been removed the night of his arrest to the interior, or perhaps out of the State. Mr. William Barr, the news agent of the Southwestern Telegraph company at Louisville, had also been arrested and removed. J. H. Derrit, Esq., formerly one of the editors of the Courier, was also arrested, and it was reported that another party had been arrested. The publication of the Louisville Courier has been suppressed, and it is u
drilled, nor have they arms or ammunition. The occupation of this place enables the rebels to carry on an immense contraband business; horses, cattle, and hogs are taken from the Union men and driven away to the Southern States. While I am writing, a pontoon bridge is being thrown across the Big Sandy to allow Col. Zeigler's regiment from Ceredo, Va., to cross. Horrible Atrocity of the Lincolnites--two Southern-rights men brutally murdered at Paducah. The Louisville (Rowling Green) Courier, of the 22d inst., contains the following: We are informed, upon what we regard as reliable authority, that last week two prominent Southern-Rights men, of Paducah, were brutally murdered by the commander of the Lincoln troops at that point, for no crime of their own, but simply in retaliation for the hooting of some rascal pickets near Paducah. The victims of the Lincoln Government were Mr. Thomas Bell and Capt. J. Davis. They were both shot, and our informant states, a