labor with ball and stain for one hundred days.
The printers of the New York regiment, known as the "Morgan Rifits," recently while on a drunken spree, will report their Colonel.
The men were tried in New York last week, and, on pleading guilty to the charge, were each fined 6½ cents, Cheap fund.
At a morning of the stockholders of the South-Side Railroad Company, held in Petersburg on the night of the 4th inst., Thomas H. Campbell was reenacted President, and Messrs. Posbins and Wilson were chosen Directors.
President Honston, of the Tallahassee and Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Companies, has proposed to transfer these roads in the State of Florida, to be operated by it during the existence of the blockade.
Mr. Willie J. Palmer, Principal of the Institute for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind of Raleigh, N. C., was elected President of the North Carolina State Educational Society, at a recent meeting.
Mr. Linton, living near Nashville, Tenn., shot and killed