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ther column is moving on , while still another is advancing on Mobile. General Lyon's progress in Kentucky.--capture of another railroad train. A dispatch fn officer of the Sixth Kentucky (Watkins's brigade), reports that six hundred of Lyon's rebel cavalry went from Elizabethtown to Hadenville yesterday, and cannonadingzabethtown, last evening, supposed from a collision between General McCook's and Lyon's forces. Headquarters are advised that the remainder of Lyon's troops, estimatLyon's troops, estimated at two thousand five hundred, with but one piece of artillery, left Elizabethtown at 2 o'clock this morning, going towards Hadenville, and was inquiring en route t Lagrange's brigade, of McCook's command, was reported closely upon their rear. Lyon was himself at Hedgeville yesterday. His forces did not assail Muldraugh's Hills so slight that it will be in running order on Wednesday. On Friday night, Lyon's force was reported to have burned express train No. 4, which contained a detac
The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1864., [Electronic resource], The inaugural of the Governor of South Carolina. (search)
k. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Minnegerode. The Chair laid before the House a message from the President, announcing his approval of the act increasing the pay of members of Congress. The House passed a bill, reported by Mr. Dupre, from the Committee on Printing, relating to the printing and distribution of the laws of Congress. Mr. Read, of Kentucky, reported from the Medical Committee, a bill increasing the pay of matrons of hospitals and allowing them to draw rations.--Passed. Mr. Lyon, of Alabama, reported a bill authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to borrow thirty millions of dollars in specie, to be applied to the redemption of the currency. Ordered to be printed and made a special order for the 5th of January next. Mr. Miles, of South Carolina, from the Military Committee, reported favorably a bill to grant free transportation, home and back, to officers, non commissioned officers and soldiers, who are on leave of indulgence or on furlough. Passed. The