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ng in the surf, and Major-Gen. George B. McClellan and several others, bathing at the same time, were in imminent peril from the heavy undertow. Hurlburt's latest order is that the penalty of banishment from Memphis will not be enforced upon widows and orphans, persons of either sex above 50 years of age, or persons dependent for their livelihood upon their actual daily labor. Last Saturday twelve guerillas from Bloomfield, Mo., attacked a Government train of thirty wagons from Cape Girardeau, killed nine and wounded six drivers, destroying the entire train, capturing a supply of arms, taking off the horses, and escaping. The leaders of the band had recently had their houses burned by Union soldiers. In Kansas the Sioux Indians are desperate, and no white person is safe. They have destroyed several steamers. The burning of the steamer Ruth, at Island No.1, is attributed to "rebel" incendiarism. Thirty lives were lost, including several paymasters, with $2,600,000