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ed by the Mayor yesterday. A young Lieutenant, named Frank Tormey, was also arraigned for complicity in the affair. Col Smith, of the Quartermaster's Department, mentioned Tormey as the person who introduced "Col Miller" to him, when the latter maler, but he could not say whether the prisoner was or was not the man. He (Mr. Purcell) told him that if he could get Col Smith's endorsement he would cash the account. Whereupon he went away and returned in about an hour, saying that Col. Smith deCol. Smith declined to make the endorsement on the back of the paper, but presented a certificate from that officer, as follows: "Pay of Col. Miller for August, September, and October, 1861. These accounts will be paid by Captain Barksdale when he is in frauds."t received by King of Lambath was not prepared at his instance. This was also accompanied by a certificate, reading--" Col. Smith says he will pay enclosed claim as soon as money in Department, and will give it preference to all there." The testimon
Stolen cow. --John Miller, who was arrested on Thursday for receiving a cow valued at $10, the property of Jeremiah M. Smith, knowing the same to have been stolen, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday. Mr. Smith, who resides in Hanover, lost the cow some weeks ago, and knew nothing of her whereabouts until he found her in Miller's possession, two or three days since. Testimony was introduced to show that the latter purchased the property innocently; but, without concluding the invesy of Jeremiah M. Smith, knowing the same to have been stolen, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday. Mr. Smith, who resides in Hanover, lost the cow some weeks ago, and knew nothing of her whereabouts until he found her in Miller's possession, two or three days since. Testimony was introduced to show that the latter purchased the property innocently; but, without concluding the investigation, the Mayor adjourned it over to Wednesday next, admitting the accused to hail in the sum of $300.
on yesterday at Belmont, opposite to Columbus, and lasted until 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Gen. Pillow, with Tappan's, Wright's, Pickett's, and Russell's regiments, numbering 2,500 men, were attacked by 8,000 Federal troops, under Gens. Grant, McClernand, and Henford. Until 1 o'clock there were many alternations of successes and reverses. Our forces were then reinforced by Walker's, Cursol's, and Mark's regiments, when Gen. Pillow ordered a flank movement, which was made and supported by Smith's and Wright's regiments, under the immediate command of Gen. Polk. The enemy fled and were pursued to their gunboats. It was a complete rout. The roads were filled for several miles with the dead and wounded, with guns, ammunition, knapsacks, &c., &c. The gunboats were attacked by our sharp-shooters, their cables cut, and the Federals made a precipitate embarkation. Watson's battery, under Hallzoven, is immortalized. It was captured after a furious defence, and subsequently re-