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prisoners. The War in Kentucky and Tennessee--Hood marching on Pulaski. A dispatch from St. Louis, dated the 23d instant, says: A Paducah dispatch of yesterday says military affairs in this district are active. Every rebel move on ties of which they hope to obtain by plundering the towns through which they pass. A dispatch from Louisville, the 23d instant, says: After Gillem's recent defeat, Breckinridge advanced to Strawberry Plains and Blair's cross- roads, threatvasion by Breckinridge's forces. From Richmond — Early at the capital. A dispatch from Washington, dated the 23d instant, says: There is information from City Point, dated yesterday morning, that but a short time will elapse before tpersons in Missouri this day who are little better than paupers, not knowing where to get food to maintain them through the winter." Professor Benjamin Silliman, Sr., of Howard University, a noted Abolition agitator, died on the 23d instant.