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included in this article - MILWAUKEE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1865. Richmond...
MILWAUKEE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1865. Richmond following items Chronicle publishes a from a gentleman, the 1st inst. maintained in to interfere particular. A drunken soldier knocked the the guard, as to tbo taken to the whipped for to create refused to shot down companies the project of the issue of office are being to the under any enter private are orderly their owners, duties. the north, Nothing but arc well however, streets. have remained of most remain. A provisions for is a scarcity has announced, this last difficulty, Gulf railroad, male person to caught thoroughly bread, which of Bher agents turned Savannah, by FORREST'S OPERATIONS CAIBO, Jan. 12.—The steame* Niagara, from New Orleans on the 5th, has arrived, with the 8th New Hampshire volunteers, en route home, and 35 rebel prisoners, among them five female smugglers, bound for Alton, 111. The steamship Creole would leave for New York on the 6th. Forrest is represented as concentrating a large force at Paris, Tenn. A great number of his men are hovering around their homes in Tennessee and Kentucky, conscripting, robbing, and murdering Union men. Rumors prevailed of a force being organized to attack Paduc&h again. One hundred and seventy-two rebel officers, prisoners from Johnson's Island, arrived here from New Orleans, for exchange. The following further particulars of Gen. Qrierson's recent raid is from a reliable source : They brought in 700 prisoners, including two officers, a large number of lesser officers, 1,000 able bodied negroes and 1,000 horses. Many of the enemy were killed and wounded. Among the prisoners is Brigadier Gen. Johnson. A fortified place, called Egypt, on the Mobile & Ohio railroad, was carried by assault, and garrison, five hundred rebels, captured. Gen. Gardner was in sight with 2, 000 iu- fantry, which Grierson held at bay while Col. Harger's brigade charged'the stockade on horseback, fired over the top till the garrison surrendered. The whole country was in arms by this time, and forces were even brought from Macon, Ga. Hampered by prisoners and opposed by greatly superior forces, Grior^son could not go to Cahawba and release our prisoners as directed by Gen. Dana, but struck for Grenada, thenee for Vicksbnrg. Forty miles of the Mobile & Ohio railroad was so badly damaged that Hood's whole army can't repair it in months. New pontoons, new wagons, and a large amount of supplies en route to Hood were destroyed on the cars, besides the factories, a large amount of cloth, wool, leather and shoes destroyed at Bankston, also the railroad and public property burned at Grenada, and 300 wagons, 500 new English carabines for Forrest, and large quantities of smmnition were destroyed at Grenada. Grierson's loss is 25 killed and 80 wounded Wisconsin Special to The SENATB — petition and bill of Manitowoc relief of families Mr. Wilson incorporate the People's Milwaukee. Mr. Clarke superintendent revised statutes Mr. Chandler resident clergy prayer. Mr. Clarke laid over. Mr. Smith adopting the joint Adopted. A message assembly, announcing appointing a joint governor, Ac. The message Wilkinson was committee. The committee governor would in person in hall at 2 p.m. Mr. Smith appointing one the assembly supreme court joint convention, Adopted, and the committee. Mr. Clark the publication legislative manual, similar to that to the committee The senate ASSEMBLY.— there were no printed | that and no printing legislature until Message from house that the ready for Resolutions committee to

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  1. The Daily Milwaukee News,
  2. 13 Jan 1865, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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