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Warren, on their way to the South, undoubtedly to fight against us in that quarter, stopped at the same hotel, and placed their names just below those of the British officers. Hon. John G. Davis. The Cincinnati Commercial says: The Indianapolis Sentinel denies the statement that the Hon. John G. Davis has fled the State, says he is in Rockville attending to his business, and adds that if the editor of the Journal dare repeat the charges made against Mr. Davis "he will be the best cowhided man that ever received such a punishment in Indiana, " which it thinks will be convincing proof even to the editor of the Journal that Mr. Davis is at home. Accident on the western Railroad. Troy, Jan. 14. --This forenoon, as the Troy and Boston train was about twenty miles above this city, it ran into a farmer's wagon at a crossing. The occupants of the wagon were John Grant and wife Mrs. G. was killed instantly, and Mr. G. so horribly mangled that he cannot survive.
Fitzpatrick, David Some and Jack Hays, twenty-five in number They were all taken to the Eastern Pol Station, where they are at present detaine Interesting from Cairo — movement of the great expedition Southward; Cairo, Jan, 15. --Gen. Grant and staff embarked on the steamer Chancellor this morning, and took the field at Fort Jefferson. Dispatches had been received from the as vance column under Gen. McClernand, saying it is on the march and will camp at Mayfield, Ky., to-night. Camp Beauregard is flear a ayfield that the rebels must ought or fun. Gen. Grant reviewed the troops composing the second division this foreance, and informed them newshound march thirty unites by to-morrow morning. The greatest tonsinsin prevails among the troops. Interesting news from Kentucky. Louisville, Jan. 15. --Three police officer this afternoon went to the suburbs to arrest Samuel Rouk for idle stealing. They found him at one Finley's and broke open the door, when