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The fire at Hickman, Ky. --The following are some of the principal losers by the late fire at Hickman, Ky.; R. D. Holt, $3,000; F. W. Irwine, $8,000; Ralpoe & Landerdale, $5,000; W. D. Walker, $2,000; Lewrett & Horner, $12,000; White & McMahan, $4,000; Samuel Lanson, $25,000; A. G. Payne, $1,000; Miller &Warren, (Courier office,) $2,000; Adams & Brem, $1,500; Nebbane & Cole, $1,000; Blondin & Mahan, $7,000; T. Barter, $1,000; Mick Pierpont, $3,000; Cooper & Young, $2,500; Post-Office, $1,000. Total loss $200,000.
From Montgomery. Montgomery, April 18. --A meeting of Virginias, Louisanians, Tennesseans, Kentuckians, and citizens of other States, will be held at the Exchange Hotel this evening, to have a general rejoicing over the glorious news from the Border States. Gen. Cooper, C. A. S., has issued general orders for a salute of eight guns, in addition to the 100 fired at the Capitol this evening.