ning, indicating a riot, if there be no amelioration of the famine.
Bright and pleasant — dusty.
But one rain during the winter!
The associated press publishes an unofficial dispatch, giving almost incredible accounts of Gen. Forrest's defeat of Grierson's cavalry, 10,000 strong, with only 2000.
It is said the enemy were cut up and routed, losing all his guns, etc.
Sugar is $20 per pound; new bacon, $3; and chickens, $12 per pair.
Soon we look for a money panic, when$1100 per annum.
The speculator pays $10,000 per annum more than his patriotic neighbor, who refused to sell his house for $100,000.
Bright, cool, and dusty.
No war news; nor denial or confirmation of the wonderful victory of Forrest in Mississippi.
That he captured the enemy's artillery and drove them back, is official.
Longstreet has retired from before Knoxville; perhaps to assault Nashville, or to penetrate Kentucky.
Yesterday the Secretary ordered Col. Northrop