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The New York Herald, of the 10th inst, contains one day later intelligence from the United States. Gold opened on the 9th at 195, reached 198¼, and closed at 197. The Herald. says: ‘"It will probably reach 200 to morrow, and the ambition of the speculators will then be gratified."’ "The rebel guerillas, under John Morgan, appear to be running riot in Kentucky. They now hold undisputed possession of Paris, Georgetown, Cynthiana, (where they burned a warehouse,) and Williamstown, the latter place on the Lexington Pike, within thirty miles of Cincinnati. A force of cavalry, 700 strong, entered Paris on Wednesday without resistance. The rebels occupy the rathole near Lexington. They are also reported to be between Crab Orchard and Stamford. " Lincoln has been verbally informed of his nomination, and replied: "I know no reason to doubt that I shall accept the nomination tendered, and yet, perhaps, I should not declare definitely before reading and considering what is called the platform" The Herald attacks Lincoln with great bitterness, and calls for Grant, McClellan, Sherman, Hancock, Thomas, "or any other man," to oppose him with. Sheridan's raiding party consists of the 1st and 2d divisions of his cavalry, under Gens Torbett and Gregg. "It is one of the most hazardous, and, if successful, one of the most beneficial expeditions of the war." Whither bound, we are not told.
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