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Masonic Grand officers. --The Grand Lodge, which was in session at Nashville last week, elected the following officers for the ensuing year: M. W. James McCallum, of Pulaski, Grand Master. R. W. T. B. McDowell, of Bolivar, D. G. Master. R. W. Morton B. Howell, of Nashville, Senior G. Warden. R. W. James M. Rogers, of Concord, Junior Warden. R. W. Williamson H. Horn, of Nashville, Grand Treasurer. R. W. Charles A. Fuller, of Nashville, Grand Secretary. Bro. P. G. Stivee Perkins, of Franklin, Grand Orator. The Grand Lodge adopted the following: Resolved, That the fees due from subordinate lodges to the Grand Lodge for degrees conferred by such lodges upon volunteers in defence of our country be, and are hereby, donated to such lodges.--Memphis Appeal, Oct. 15.
ing was a barbarous and murderous practice. The overland California mail Route. Atchison, Kansas, Oct. 15. --The statement made in the Eastern papers, that a party of secessionists attacked one of the overland coaches, is utterly false. They run with great regularity, and without trouble from any source. The employees of the company, numbering some hundreds, have all recently taken the oath of allegiance. The War in Missouri. St. Joseph, Oct. 16. --Eighty of Maj. James's cavalry, at Cameron, on Saturday, came upon 250 or 300 rebels in a corn-field, twenty miles South of Cameron, in Ray county, Mo. The advance guard of our men routed them, the rebels seeking refuge in the timber. Our guard was then reinforced by thirty of the cavalry, when they completely drove them from that section killing eight and taking five prisoners. Four Federals were wounded and one killed. Our cavalry were at first fired on by 75 men. One Lieutenant had thirty-two bullet h