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A soldier in Tennessee returned to his home recently on a furlough, and found that his wife had been unfaithful, whereupon he cut his throat, but the wound did not prove fatal.

At Grand Glaize, Arkansas, H. Wheeler wounded R. J. Shelly with a shot-gun. Shelly returned the fire, put pine buckshot into wheeler's body, and killed him, of course.

A paper manufactory is shortly to be established at New Orleans, to supply the growing demand. The required capital has been subscribed at New Orleans, and the factory is to be located on the line of the Jackson Railroad.

The newspapers in the seaport cities of the South have been openly noticing the movements of privateers. It is an unwise practice.

Hon. Thomas A. R. Nelson is a candidate for the Confederate Congress from the First Congressional District, East Tennessee, and Hon. Horace Maynard from the Second.

O. R. Lane has been arrested at Memphis for stealing 30,000 gun caps from the State factory at Nashville, Tenn. He deserves capital punishment.

A report has reached Memphis that the office of the Louisville Courier, a sterling Southern Journal, was mobbed on Saturday last.

Mr. Frederick Jones, of Gates county, N. C., was drowned on the 10th inst. by the upsetting of his canoe.

Lamberton, the ex-postmaster at Warrington, Fla., has been brought to Montgomery.

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