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rries a ball about two inches in diameter. On account of his size, Mr. Taylor is familiarly called "Babe" by his comrades, and the term "Babe's Battery" is applied to his gun. One of our citizens, on seeing the mammoth weapon, made its possessor a present of a bag of buckshot, and Mr. Taylor says he will "scatter them" in the right place. Eager for the fray. The Helena (Ark.) Shield learns that on last Monday week thirteen hundred Indian warriors--Southern allies — crossed the Arkansas river near Fort Smith, en route for McCulloch's camp. The Indians were armed with rifles, butcher-knives, and tomahawks, and had their faces painted, and seemed eager for the fray. Florida mackerel. The Savannah Republican says: The blockade is developing the resources of sea and land South. We noticed at the family grocery store of Mr. Jos. H. Farrell, the other day, a strange fish to us, about the size of mackerel, put up in the same sort of kits in which mackerel came from