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Arrests by the city police. --Mary Green, a white woman, was yesterday arrested for receiving a ton of pig-iron stolen from the Confederate States. Thos. Hatcher was arrested for stealing a quantity of steel from the Confederate carbine shops. Wm. Kenny, Pleasant Jones, and Charles Jones, free negroes, were arrested on the charge of breaking into a freight car at the Central Depot and stealing 400 pounds of bacon. The above parties were locked up in the cage, and will be brought before the Mayor this morning.
r is rising rapidly. The Red. Ouachita, and other river, are falling. Gen. Mouton had five bullets through his breast. Green was killed by a stray shell from a gunboat two days after the battle of the 9th. The expedition was planned by Franklin,ince Polignac was promoted on the field. His clothes were riddled with bullets. He succeeds Monton and Wharton succeeds Green. Meridian, May 8, via Mobile, May 8.--Lieut. W. R. Wron, of Wirt Adams' cavalry, went within six miles of Vicksburg f the 8th and 9th, at Mansfield, and claims a complete victory. Also, an order relative to the death of Gens. Mouton and Green, in which Gen. Taylor claims the victories at Mansfield and Pleasant Hill. Gen. Green was killed at Blair's landing. Gen. Green was killed at Blair's landing. An election was held here yesterday for Missouri members — Snead and Conrow had no opposition. Morton, in the 2d district 100 majority. Clarke, 3d district, 161 majority. Vest, 5th district, 130 majority.--Freeman, 6th district, 113 majority. T