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d with his fellow citizens in demanding this. The cavalry abandoned their position and quietly left for their camp. [Second Dispatch.] Lexington Aug. 23 --If the Louisville, Frankfort and Lexington Railway permits any more arms to pass, the bridges on the road will probably be destroyed. Citizens of Kentucky Kidnapped. Paducah Aug. 23. --One thousand Lincolnites visited Blandville, Ky., captured two citizens and took them to Cairo. Sending for cannon. Cairo Aug. 24 --It is reported that the people of Paducah, Ky., have sent to Union city, for cannon. [Thus says the telegraph. We suppose it should be Union county, which is on the Ohio, not far above Paducah. We suppose the Paducah are arming to protect themselves from the incursions of the Lincolnites from Cairo. Their patience has been sorely tried.] [Third Dispatch.] Louisville Ky., Aug. 25. --The crisis in Kentucky has probably been reached. Eighty armed men left this morning
hern people are improving in their great merit — that of lying !] From Ironton news is received that the Confederates have been reinforced by Hardee, with artillery. They will probably cut off Hecker's regiment at Marble creek. Cairo, Aug. 24.--Four thousand Missourians are reported to be at Benton, Mo., fortifying themselves. [Second Dispatch.] Jefferson City. Mo., Aug. 24. --The Bogus Governor has appointed George R Smith as Adjutant General of the State, and John Hornemerit — that of lying !] From Ironton news is received that the Confederates have been reinforced by Hardee, with artillery. They will probably cut off Hecker's regiment at Marble creek. Cairo, Aug. 24.--Four thousand Missourians are reported to be at Benton, Mo., fortifying themselves. [Second Dispatch.] Jefferson City. Mo., Aug. 24. --The Bogus Governor has appointed George R Smith as Adjutant General of the State, and John Horne as Police Commissioner for St. Loui
unteers at Fort Potter. The committee of Congress, appointed to sake an investigation into the disposition of Government officials, reported twelve disloyally many disaffected in the War Department; twenty disloyal and seven suspected in the interior Department [There is something often in Denmark] The correspondent of the New York Tribune says the Provost Marshal has flatly refused a pass to Russell, of the London Times to cross the Potomac ! [Second Dispatch.] Washington, Aug. 24 --Andy Johnson is expected to head an army on his return to Tennessee. Lincoln will do his utmost to sustain the Union cause in that State. The rumor that Gen. Banks had reached Winchester is false. He is not in Virginia. The Postmaster General directs that the papers presented by the New York grand jury as dangerous shall not be forwarded. Mayor Barrett, of Washington, has been arrested and sent to Fort Lafayette. The correspondent of the New York Post says that
Taking Observations of our forces. Washington, Aug. 24. --Observances taken from the Alexandria and Loudoun Railway show that the Confederate camps at Leesburg contain 3,000 infantry and six cannon; at a point six miles below there are 6,000 men with six cannon; four miles beyond there are 3,500 men; also that there are 2,000 cavalry in Loudoun county. The Potomac remains too high to be forded even by the cavalry.
From New York. New York, Aug. 24 --The Danburg Courier is raising the peace flag. At Fairfield to day about 400 persons attempted to raise the Stars and Stripes, but were successfully resisted. A flgat ensued.--Two peace men, Wildman and Graham, were seriously wounded. Snovels, pick-axes and stones were used, but no fire-arms. The peace flag is flying, and there is great excitement. New York, Aug. 24.--Sales of cotton to-day 1,800 bales, at 18½ cents for middlings. NAug. 24.--Sales of cotton to-day 1,800 bales, at 18½ cents for middlings. New York, Aug. 23--The British brig Andover has arrived. She was boarded off Cape Hatteras by a nameless privateer, which reported that she had two prizes in the inlet.--She and two other privateers were watching a Federal war brig, with the intention of attacking her. These privateers (say our Black Republican authorities) are apparently Eastern men. New York, Aug. 23.--Thos. J. Carrow and W. M. Pegram, of Baltimore, and W. J. Kelly, have been arrested. Mr. Kelley had various bills of sal
From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, August 24. --The Seminole, from the blockade off Charleston, has arrived, bringing the schooner Albion, loaded with sugar, coffee and fruit. She was sailing under British colors. The Seminole will undergo some repairs and return to the blockade off Charleston, with her consorts, Roanoke and Vandalia.
Resignation of Federal officers. Boston, August 24 --The following officers of the frigate Congress have resigned:--Captain of Marines, Robert Faucett, of Virginia; Second Lieutenant, Thos. P. Wilson, of Missouri; Midshipmen, H. B. Cuyborn and Hillary D. Cass, of New Orleans.
Newspaper office demolished. Louisville, Aug. 24. --The Cleveland Democrat, published in Starke county, Ohio, has been totally demolished by the Federal troops. [These outrages are always perpetrated or sustained by those myrmidons of the Washington despotism. How the Democrat came to be published in Starke county we are not informed.]
Conspiracy in Hayti. New York, Aug. 24 --Intelligence from Hayti to the 8th inst. has been received A formidable conspiracy to overthrow the Government has been discovered. Several conspirators were arrested. Advices from St. Domingo report that the inhabitants are reconciled to the Spanish Government.
Loss of the Jeff. Davis. Augusta, Aug. 24 --The Savannah Republican, of this morning, says that the privateer Jeff. Davis was lost on St. Augustine Bar on Sunday last. Her crew and armament were saved.
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