A special dispatch to the Mississippian,
dated Panota, Miss., 12th inst., states that a report had just reached that place that Col. Roddy
had crossed to the west side of the Tennessee river
and captured the town of Hamburg
, above Savannah
, securing a large amount of bacon and other stores.
are in Hardin county, Tenn.
--The dispatch continues:
Capt James Mathews
, of De Soto
, has brought intelligence, which may be relied on, that Gen. Marmaduke
had fired on two downward transports a few miles above Helena
, sinking one and capturing the other.
A force of two regiments was sent up against him from Helena
, which he completely routed, driving what of them was left howling back to their lines.
is cutting out a road through the bottom for his artillery, &c., to Old Town
, a point eighteen miles below Helena
A dispatch from Jackson
to the Atlanta Appeal
gives some extracts from late Northern papers:
's corps moved on the 6th; whither is not known, but it is supposed for Vicksburg
is the probable candidate for Governor
The Union Democrats will have a full ticket, and they feel confident of carrying the State
is reported at Monticello, Ky.
, [Wayne county
, south of Cumberland river
,] with 8,000 men. The Southern counties are in possession of the rebels.
Two attempts were made on the night of the 6th to burn the Illinois State House
The New York Times
says the Peace party is growing dominant in New Jersey
, and Connecticut
Unless the Administration discards its radical policy, and secures a speedy and decisive success in the field, the demand for peace will be presented in such a form as to compel obedience.
Two gentlemen have been imprisoned in Cincinnati
for expressing regret at Jackson
A gentleman just in from Memphis
arrived with two divisions.
There is no more hospital room in Memphis
for the Vicksburg
has certainly defeated the Federal
His capture of steamers is doubted.
Reinforcements to Grant
are still going forward.
Those that have gone down are altogether estimated at 22,000.
's Missouri cavalry have destroyed three miles of track and four miles of telegraph on the Memphis
road, between Germantown