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Contraband. Amidst war and its alarms, the New York Herald keeps its advertisements of "Personal" well filled. Whatever falling off there may be in the military columns, there is none in that. Picayune Butler, whose speciality seems to be "contraband," might find a rich field in that department of the Herald.
Butler's expedition to North Carolina. the official reports — list of officers and men surrendered — the Herald correspondents' account of the Bombardment, &c., &c. From late North volunteer aid, are the correct names of three gentlemen spoken of in complimentary terms by General Butler, and not Justin, Sained and Daniage, as printed in the telegraph reports yesterday. Acing official statements. The subjoined official statements, &c., accompany the report of General Butler: Official Roll of Officers and Men Surrendered at Fort Hatteras, furnished by Col. Mary gave up the fight and raised over the ramparts a white flag. We immediately ceased fire. General Butler went into the inlet and landed at the Fort, and demanded an unconditional surrender. T of the Confederates. A new military department, it is supposed, will be erected there, and General Butler placed in command. Captain Larned's company, of Third Artillery, returned on the steamer Pe
ff the palm for lying. A fight between Procesionists and Union men. A dispatch dated Louisville, Sept. 8. says: A letter from Dublin, Graves county, in this State, says that two brothers named Bailey, armed with bowie-knives, killed Breck Smith and Bill Sherwold in a quarrel which arose from a political contention. The Baileys were Union men. Rejoicing in West Chester. A dispatch dated West Chester, Pa., Sept. 2, says: There is a general rejoicing here over Gen. Butler's and Commodore Stringham's victory. The fire bells, church-bells, town bells. and car bells, have all been ringing for three quarters of an hour. From Western Virginia. Wheeling, Sept. 3 --The expedition which left here on Sunday night, to ascertain the character of the rebel gathering in Marion county, returned here to day. They report that the outbreak has been much magnified in importance. Before the Union troops reached Northing which is some distance across the coun