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From Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky., December 15. --In the Senate, to-day, a message was received from the Governor announcing that he had pardoned Governor Howe, William E. Simms and others till the end of the Assembly, and that a general law be passed pardoning all persons indicted in the State courts for treason. In the House, the bill providing a civil remedy for injuries done by disloyal persons was reconsidered and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
Seventy-two bales of cotton, twenty-three hogsheads of tobacco, twenty-five barrels of flour, and many other less valuable articles, arrived in Petersburg by the Southern railroad on Saturday last. The receipts of cotton and tobacco by the same railroad from August 12 to December 15 inclusive, were seven thousand two hundred and eighty-five bales and three thousand seven hundred and seventy hogsheads respectively. One hundred and forty-five hogsheads tobacco were inspected in that city last week.
nton is on a visit to Ohio. Enlisted clerks. The Secretary of War is daily reducing the number of clerks in his department. It is stated that the present "general service" system is to be abolished, and only regularly enlisted men of the regular army will be detailed. Internal revenue. The receipts from internal revenue last week amounted to $3,733,237.91, as follows: December 11, $834,529.80; December 12, $515,291.82; December 13, $836,016.75; December 14, $604,283.94; December 15, $348,906.95; December 16, $534,208.65. Total since June 30, 1865, to December 11, $162,142,670.76. Revenue frauds. It is stated that the attention of the Revenue Department has been called to frauds which have been for a long time, and are still being, perpetrated in New York in the matter of cigar stamps. Parties continue to flood the market with bogus stamps, selling them at two dollars per thousand and then procuring the confiscation of the goods stamped with their forgeries,
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