d of Tuesday morning, publishes a dispatch from Washington announcing that intelligence of the death of President Jeff. Davis had been received from Richmond, via Louisville.
Also, that the rebel flags were displayed at half-mast near Washington.
Really, it seems as if the Herald and its correspondents are envious lest some one else will bear off 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 ho