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ounded, as has been reported. The citizens of Knoxville, Tenn., have held meetings with a view to furnish the distressed and routed soldiers with clothing, beds, and blankets. Later — a small force of Yankees at Murray, Ky. The Bowling Green Courier, of the 22d says, that instead of ten or twelve thousand. Yankees occupying Murray, Calloway county, as reported, the number consists only of 3,000 infantry and 500 cavalry. They are under command of Gen. Smith, from Paducah. His object doubtless is to destroy the railroad at Paris, Tenn., and thus break the communication between Memphis and Bowling Green, and capture or destroy the army stores there. Federal progress in North Tennessee--occupation of Murray, Ky.--Paris Threatened — alarmed excitement of the people. The Memphis Argus, of January 20th, says: Three gentlemen who arrived at Paris before the departure of the train for this city, brought information that the Federals had advanced in force to Mu
The Bowling Green Courier strongly urges that the five millions of dollars lately seized in Louisiana, belonging to Lincolnite banks in Louisville, Kentucky, shall be applied to the use of the Kentucky State Government, without going through the usual sequestration process.
ham's Mississippi--Were engaged in the fight near Mill Springs. The estimated number of our killed and wounded, and prisoners taken from us, varies from three to five hundred. Gen. Crittenden, with nearly all his force, is now at Monticello. Stores and equipments are being sent to him. The Confederates, after spiking their cannon, threw them into the river. The enemy got but one cannon. They also got about two thousand horses and mules, and three hundred wagons. All of our stores were burnt, to prevent their capture by the enemy. The stragglers returning speak very freely of the cause of this disaster, and their reports create intense excitement and indignation here. Nashville, Jan. 24, (vai Mobile, 25th.)--Reports from Bowling Green confirm the washing away, by late freshets, of the pontoon bridges and the newly constructed protion of Green river bridge. Gen. Buell, it is reported, has left Munfordsville and gone no one appears to know where.