nd has authorized the Governor to callout sixty companies of volunteers for immediate service.
Dr. Edward Brooks Everett, son of Hon. Edward Everett, died at the residence of his father, in Boston, on Monday week, at the age of 31 years.
The barn of William Mountcastle, and stable of J. L. Moses, residing near Knoxville, Tenneesee, were destroyed by fire a few nights since.
Both were works of the incendiary.
One teaspoonful of flour of sulphur, taken every night on going to bed, is said to be an excellent preventive from pneumonia and camp fever.
By order of the Governor of Georgia a large lot of salt was seized at Macon a few days since.
The day for salt speculators in Georgia has passed.
The report that Gen. Roussean, of the Lincoin army in Missouri, had resigned, is incorrect.
He still clings to the not doubtful honor with the Yankee tenacity.
Judge Thomas Dukes Morgan, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, died at his residence in st place a few days since.