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Court proceedings. Mayor's Court, Saturday, January 17th. --Daniel B. Corbin, Thomas Coon, C. S. Wharsen, J. R. McCune, Wm. W. Southall, E. C. Puryear, and John Wilkeson members of Capt. Potts's company, City Battalion, were brought up for examination on suspicion that one or the other of them might have been the person who shot at some ducks on the basic Saturday week, and who hit and killed Patrick Kearney instead of the ducks aimed at. The examination did not result in a satisfactorrraigned for stealing an overcoat worth $50 and $3,000 in Confederate States Treasury notes from Hugh W. Rev. Sr., and acquitted of the larceny, but committed in default of security in $300, for his good behavior. Huntings Court, Saturday, Jan. 17th. --Recorder Jas. N. Caskie, presiding.--James Greghan, a resident of Hughes's Row, was put on trial for keep- ing a disorderly house, After hearing the dance and arguments of counsel the jury brought the defendant is guilty, and fined . The Cou
[Southern Association Dispatches.]important from the West. brilliant Feat of Gen'l Wheeler--the railroad bridge burnt in rear of Rosecrans — a gunboat and four transports destroyed--four hundred prisoners captured. Mobile, Jan. 18. --The Advertiser and Register has received the following official dispatch: Tullahoma, January 17th. To General S. B. Buckner: Gen. Wheeler, with a portion of his cavalry brigade, after burning the railroad bridge in the enemy's rear, rushed for the Cumberland river, where he intercepted and captured four large transports, destroyed three with all the supplies, and bearded one to carry off four hundred paroled prisoners.--Being hotly pursued by a gunboat, he attacked captured, and destroyed her, with her whole armament. [signed]Braxton Bragg.
From Wilmington, N. C. Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 17. --Sixteen prisoners of the Yankee steamer Columbia's crew have arrived in town this evening, and will leave, under charge of a guard, for Goldsboro's to night. It is reported that the Columbia has been burnt by our troops. There are but two blockadnig steamers off this bar to-night. All quiet along the coast
The officers captured at Murfreesboro',--order for the destruction of property. Chattanooga, Jan. 17. --Rosecrans has sent the Confederate officers captured at Murfreesboro' to Alton, Ill., there to be closely confined, in consequence of the recent proclamation of President Davis denying paroles to Federal officers. General Mitchell has issued an order at Nashville commanding the destruction of the property of Col. McCann, a partisan ranger, for destroying a train of cars on the Nashville and Chattanooga road. The order also declares that all property of any rebel sympathizer found within one mile of where such outrage is committed by guerrillas shall be destroyed by fire.
Yankees captured. Savannah, Jan. 17. --Eight Yankee prisoners, captured near St. Augustine, by Capt. Lixon's guerillas, arrived this evening at Oglethorpe Barracks, Savannah under charge of Capt. E. W. Mayrs. Among the prisoners are a provost marshal and salter and three merchants. The party were mounted on borrowed horses, and were on a visit to a sugar boiling in the vicinity of the ancient city. The horses are valuable. The prisoners will be sent to General Beauregard.
Movements of the enemy in Tennessee Mobile, Jan. 17. --Special to the Advertiser and Register: Tullahoma Jan. 16.--The enemy numbering 40,000 has occupied his original position before Murfreesboro', with a great scarcity of provisions. He is repulsing the railroad, but malling no preparation for an advance. The weather is bitter cold and a snow stern prevailing.