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d steamer Connecticut was to be sent to Aspinwall for the treasure there. News of War Movements. There was a fight at Dumfries on Saturday last, between Gen. Stuart and three regiments and a section of artillery on the part of the enemy. At this point the Herald says Stuart was worsted, though it also says he captured one Stuart was worsted, though it also says he captured one gun, but was compelled to leave it. Stuart also had a brush with Col. Candy, at Occoquan, in which the Yankees sustained considerable loss. Stuart next made his way to Annandale, by way of Bull Run and Wolf Run; thence to Vienna, which place he passed through at midnight. The Herald says all he got was some sutlers' wagons and soStuart also had a brush with Col. Candy, at Occoquan, in which the Yankees sustained considerable loss. Stuart next made his way to Annandale, by way of Bull Run and Wolf Run; thence to Vienna, which place he passed through at midnight. The Herald says all he got was some sutlers' wagons and some ambulances. The Herald reports that Fort Hudson has been captured. The retreat of Gen. Hatch across the Tallahatchie is confirmed. Gen. Morgan made a successful raid to Elizabethtown, Ky., on the 27th, and drove the troops from their stockade defences, capturing six hundred prisoners, and so destroyed the Nashvil
t, Friday, January 2d. --Fowlar R. Smith, Robert E. Buzlett, and Samuel Atkins, were examined for assaulting Charles E. S. Stuart on Tuesday last, on 11th street. Stuart testified that the assault occurred after his business in the Post Office Stuart testified that the assault occurred after his business in the Post Office Department had concluded, and when he was standing near the corner of 11th and Main streets, and was made by Smith, with a cane of whip. He struck Smith before he could bring his uplifted weapon down. The latter then drew a pistol, which he seized that Hazlett told the spectator to make room and let them fight it out, also, that Atkins had remarked, "we have whipped Stuart." The provocation which Smith received was, according to the testimony, that he had been called a disgraced officer by StStuart, who would not retract the expression when called on to do so by one of Smith's friends. The Mayor said the law had been violated by the parties making the assault, and he should require Smith and Hazlett each to give ball in $100 to keep the p