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of the vessel's name, which is intended as a disguise. Two men were taken on board, and the others filed in the schooner's boats. The schooner was taken to Annapolis to-day. The captors were a detachment of the N. Y., 13th. A Government steamer has been sent to restore the light vessels and buoys removed by the Secessionists over two weeks since. On board are some of the Firemen Zouaves. Secretary Chase has determined to establish a complete blockade of the Mississippi, at Cairo. The order instructs Western Collectors not only to refuse clearances, but to search every boat, train, &c., bound South, seize both munitions of war and supplies of provisions, and bring shippers and carriers to justice for adding the "Southern rebels." Kentucky and Missouri are the only slaveholding States bordering on the Ohio and Mississippi exempt from the prohibition. The following lie is telegraphed from Washington to the New York Herald: A gentleman from the North, who has
Affairs at Cairo. --Intelligence from Cairo to the 4th inst., is to the effect that 6,500 Federal troops were stationed at that point. On the same day a citizen of Cairo, named Burns, shot one of the soldiers, named George Myra, for insulting his wife. Myra received two shots, and died almost instantly. He was from near SpCairo to the 4th inst., is to the effect that 6,500 Federal troops were stationed at that point. On the same day a citizen of Cairo, named Burns, shot one of the soldiers, named George Myra, for insulting his wife. Myra received two shots, and died almost instantly. He was from near Springfield, Ill. No arrests were made, as Burns was in the right. , is to the effect that 6,500 Federal troops were stationed at that point. On the same day a citizen of Cairo, named Burns, shot one of the soldiers, named George Myra, for insulting his wife. Myra received two shots, and died almost instantly. He was from near Springfield, Ill. No arrests were made, as Burns was in the right.