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Later from the North. Orange C. H., April 18. --Northern dates of the 14th and 15th have been received here. On the 13th gold went up to 179 in New York, but on the receipt of intelligence that Chase had negotiated a loan of three hundred thousand pounds in London it fell to 175, but rallied again and closed at 177. The capture of Fort Pillow seems to be confirmed; also the Shreveport news, to some extent. Grant writes down the official loss at Missionary Ridge and Lookout Mountain at 600 killed, 4,000 wounded, and 700 missing.
From the Southwest. Dalton, April 18. --James Findlay, Chaplain, fifty-three years old, was hung at Tunnel Hill to-day for encouraging mutiny and carrying on a secret correspondence with the enemy. He made a full confession, and acknowledged the justice of the sentence. It is reported that Thomas has moved his headquarters to Ringgold, and troops are moving there from Chattanooga. Weather clear and cool.
The Pointers' strike. Atlanta, April 18. --The Atlanta papers were issued to-day, they conceding to the demands of the printers, except the Register, which still holds out.