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s proclamation, ordering the manning of the forts in the department of California, by volunteers, and concentrating the regulars at convenient points for their embarkation for Panama.--Lieutenant Colonel Merchant will detail four companies, of twenty men each, from his regiment, to garrison Forts Churchill, Humboldt, Bragg, Crook, Gaston, Umpqua, and Scranton. Capt. McMahon, recently appointed on Gen. McClellan's staff, started for Washington, overland, on the 6th inst. The firm of Burton & McCarty, liquor and provision dealers at Sacramento, was closed by attachment on Thursday. Their liabilities are said to be between $70,000 and $80,000. John C. Falls & Co., of Marysville, have failed for a large amount. A very fine regiment of horsemen is now being formed in this State by W. Rosse, a Royal Texas Ranger, and is nearly full, although, for the purpose of procuring picked men, the organization is kept from the public. They style themselves Cossacks, and are intend
Desperate affray. --The McNairy While Bunner gives the particulars of an affray that recently occurred in Savannah. Hardin co in which several men were shot and one killed. The circumstances, as stated by the banner are as follows: A quarrel commenced near Maxwell's grocery, and the crowd commenced throwing rocks at the grocery, upon which Alex. Maxwell commenced firing into the crowd. The names of the persons killed and seriously wounded are.--Hussey — shot accidentally — not by Maxwell — dead. Elijah Grant, Babo Grant, and Burton, seriously wounded, and four others, names not known, slightly woun