Mr. Stebbins, who seems to understand the financial condition of the Government, foresaw the effect that the adoption of the gold bill in its amended form would produce, and very properly voted against it. It is to be hoped that the Senate will exhibit a little more knowledge of Wall street operations, and refuse to sanction the bill in its present shape.
The Republicans have carried New Hampshire by a very large majority, electing Gillmore Governor.
Rev. Thomas Start King, of San Francisco, is dead.
The dispatches from Chattanooga represent that the Confederates are pressing the Federal lines there.
The Yankees at last confess having "given up" Tunnel Hill.
Gen. Rosecrans has issued a special order requiring all persons attending religious conventions' assemblies, synods, conferences, and other convocations held in his department, (St.
Louis,) to take the most stringent oath of allegiance, and any violation of this order will subject the a