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Buffalo, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): article 1
put up the price of coal to $11 a ton. On Wednesday 777 bales of cotton, captured on board the steamer Kate Dale, were told in Philadelphia at prices ranging from 30 ⅓ to 92 ½ cents per lb. Eighteen of the colored waiters of the Delavan House, in Albany, were drafted, Sixteen of them took the skedaddler' railroad for Canada. The total exports of ice for the year from Boston amount to 58,791 tons, against 57,542 during the same period in 1863. A terrible gale set in at Buffalo, N. Y., last Saturday night. The schooner Ruby, from Toledo, was sunk, with 5,300 bushels of wheat. It is reported that the absence of General Rosecrans from the battle-field of Chickamauga is attributable to the fact that he was, either previously to or during the fight, seized with a fit of epilepsy. The draft in New Jersey is to be commenced on the 25th inst. Nothing important from the army of the Potomac. The gold market in New York Wednesday opened at a lower figure th
New Jersey (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 1
a. The total exports of ice for the year from Boston amount to 58,791 tons, against 57,542 during the same period in 1863. A terrible gale set in at Buffalo, N. Y., last Saturday night. The schooner Ruby, from Toledo, was sunk, with 5,300 bushels of wheat. It is reported that the absence of General Rosecrans from the battle-field of Chickamauga is attributable to the fact that he was, either previously to or during the fight, seized with a fit of epilepsy. The draft in New Jersey is to be commenced on the 25th inst. Nothing important from the army of the Potomac. The gold market in New York Wednesday opened at a lower figure than it closed the day before, reports having been current that the Government would break down the market prices. On Thursday the highest rate was 145 ⅞. The Tribune says that gold was sold freely upon the street in the morning at 146a 146 ½ upon the fresh rumors of peace propositions from the rebel States. The quotation at the Fir
Vistula (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 1
77 bales of cotton, captured on board the steamer Kate Dale, were told in Philadelphia at prices ranging from 30 ⅓ to 92 ½ cents per lb. Eighteen of the colored waiters of the Delavan House, in Albany, were drafted, Sixteen of them took the skedaddler' railroad for Canada. The total exports of ice for the year from Boston amount to 58,791 tons, against 57,542 during the same period in 1863. A terrible gale set in at Buffalo, N. Y., last Saturday night. The schooner Ruby, from Toledo, was sunk, with 5,300 bushels of wheat. It is reported that the absence of General Rosecrans from the battle-field of Chickamauga is attributable to the fact that he was, either previously to or during the fight, seized with a fit of epilepsy. The draft in New Jersey is to be commenced on the 25th inst. Nothing important from the army of the Potomac. The gold market in New York Wednesday opened at a lower figure than it closed the day before, reports having been current t
Manchester, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
200 mules to prevent their falling into our hands. Louisville, October 8th.--As previously stated, four or five thousand rebel cavalry, under Wheeler, with artillery, attacked McMinnville Saturday afternoon, capturing the town and garrison, consisting of the Fourth Tennessee infantry. Our forces were with out artillery and the town without defences or fortifications. The rebels burned a train of cars and destroyed the railroad and telegraph. They are believed to be advancing on Manchester. Several prominent Union men are supposed to have been captured. Part of the same force destroyed a train of two hundred wagons on Friday between Bridgeport and Chattanooga, and captured an ammunition train of twelve wagons. Portions of rebel cavalry are scattered along the road near the south of Murfreesboro', designing to destroy the railroad and telegraph communication, capturing stockades, &c. Our troops are closely pursuing them. The rebels have fortified the mountain side
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
hat a raid into Glasgow, Ky., was made at daybreak this morning. Eighty five guerillas, it is said, surprised our forces there, amounting to upwards of three hundred, and captured nearly all of them. The officer commanding them is said to have killed three rebels with a revolving rifle, and on approaching our stockade found it occupied by rebels, but six of our men being in it when they were overpowered by the enemy. Miscellaneous. George Sumner, brother of Senator Sumner, of Massachusetts, died in Boston on Tuesday. Vice-President Hamlin is raising a cavalry regiment for his son to command. A line of steamships between San Francisco and Japan is forming. The Boston coal dealers have put up the price of coal to $11 a ton. On Wednesday 777 bales of cotton, captured on board the steamer Kate Dale, were told in Philadelphia at prices ranging from 30 ⅓ to 92 ½ cents per lb. Eighteen of the colored waiters of the Delavan House, in Albany, were drafted,
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
Latest from the North. Baltimore papers of Saturday, the 10th inst., have been received. The following is the latest intelligence: From Tennessee — Rosecrans's position. A dispatch from Gen. Rosecrans's headquarters, dated 6th inst., says that no one was injured by the rebel batteries on the previous day, and the men continued their work as usual. A telegram dated Nashville, 8th inst., says rumors prevail that the rebel cavalry have captured and entirely destroyed Shelbyville, Tenn., taking the forces there prisoners. The latest Chattanooga advices say all is quiet, and there is no appearance of an attack. The Nashville correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer says that Burnside, with two corps, holds a position the value of which is hardly known yet. When the enemy is thrown back upon the Virginia and East Tennessee Railroad, he will be ready to finish Gen. Rosecrans's work. Gen. McPherson is advancing from the West by one route, while Gen. Sherman, w
Canada (Canada) (search for this): article 1
nt Hamlin is raising a cavalry regiment for his son to command. A line of steamships between San Francisco and Japan is forming. The Boston coal dealers have put up the price of coal to $11 a ton. On Wednesday 777 bales of cotton, captured on board the steamer Kate Dale, were told in Philadelphia at prices ranging from 30 ⅓ to 92 ½ cents per lb. Eighteen of the colored waiters of the Delavan House, in Albany, were drafted, Sixteen of them took the skedaddler' railroad for Canada. The total exports of ice for the year from Boston amount to 58,791 tons, against 57,542 during the same period in 1863. A terrible gale set in at Buffalo, N. Y., last Saturday night. The schooner Ruby, from Toledo, was sunk, with 5,300 bushels of wheat. It is reported that the absence of General Rosecrans from the battle-field of Chickamauga is attributable to the fact that he was, either previously to or during the fight, seized with a fit of epilepsy. The draft in New
Glasgow, Ky. (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
e subject, which may in a few days be removed, when it will be shown that the Government has either accepted or rejected a plan proposed to try to bring the war to a speedy and bloodless conclusion, without dishonor to the North or humiliation to the South." A dispatch dated Louisville, October 7th, says: The guerillas at Woodburn, Warren county, recently committed many depredations, burning a number of houses and robbing citizens, &c. Reports are current here that a raid into Glasgow, Ky., was made at daybreak this morning. Eighty five guerillas, it is said, surprised our forces there, amounting to upwards of three hundred, and captured nearly all of them. The officer commanding them is said to have killed three rebels with a revolving rifle, and on approaching our stockade found it occupied by rebels, but six of our men being in it when they were overpowered by the enemy. Miscellaneous. George Sumner, brother of Senator Sumner, of Massachusetts, died in Boston
Woodburn (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
sidered. The negotiations have not yet reached any definite propositions. For the present your correspondent is under an obligation of secrecy upon the subject, which may in a few days be removed, when it will be shown that the Government has either accepted or rejected a plan proposed to try to bring the war to a speedy and bloodless conclusion, without dishonor to the North or humiliation to the South." A dispatch dated Louisville, October 7th, says: The guerillas at Woodburn, Warren county, recently committed many depredations, burning a number of houses and robbing citizens, &c. Reports are current here that a raid into Glasgow, Ky., was made at daybreak this morning. Eighty five guerillas, it is said, surprised our forces there, amounting to upwards of three hundred, and captured nearly all of them. The officer commanding them is said to have killed three rebels with a revolving rifle, and on approaching our stockade found it occupied by rebels, but six of our men
Japan (Japan) (search for this): article 1
captured nearly all of them. The officer commanding them is said to have killed three rebels with a revolving rifle, and on approaching our stockade found it occupied by rebels, but six of our men being in it when they were overpowered by the enemy. Miscellaneous. George Sumner, brother of Senator Sumner, of Massachusetts, died in Boston on Tuesday. Vice-President Hamlin is raising a cavalry regiment for his son to command. A line of steamships between San Francisco and Japan is forming. The Boston coal dealers have put up the price of coal to $11 a ton. On Wednesday 777 bales of cotton, captured on board the steamer Kate Dale, were told in Philadelphia at prices ranging from 30 ⅓ to 92 ½ cents per lb. Eighteen of the colored waiters of the Delavan House, in Albany, were drafted, Sixteen of them took the skedaddler' railroad for Canada. The total exports of ice for the year from Boston amount to 58,791 tons, against 57,542 during the same peri
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