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rmation received at headquarters tends to the conclusion that the enemy is prodigiously strong, numbering nearly 200,000, and that no offensive movement is at present intended. Johnston, however, favors and active policy, as also does, probably, Smith; but Beauregard, more cautious, insists on standing on the defensive. Treasury transactions. The following is a statement of business transactions of the Cash Department of the United States Treasury for September, 1861: August 31, cash in Treasury $1,339,062 80 New York Trans. Certificates (74) 597,426 22 Coin from New York and Philadelphia 2,075,000 00 Receipts for 7 3-10 Treasury Notes 608,258 43 Dep. of Demand Treasury Notes. 6,628,000 00 Receipts for Post-Office Department 14,783 28 Certificates issued on Oregon war debt 21,850 00 Sundry receipts 1,747 82 Agency deposits 5,761,578 55 Total receipts $17,029,707 10 Total disbursements from Sept. 1 to Sept. 30, inclusive $11,449,488