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ton correspondent, too plainly indicate that the rupture is of a serious character and may yet eventuate in a complete dissolution of the whole concern. We give below what the Herald's telegraphic correspondent says, under date of Washington, December 4: There is a class of people in this city who employ their time in inventing falsehoods and circulating them, and when any of these reports reach the newspapers the inventors thereof chuckle in their sleeves and boast that they have sold so right. We shall soon put down this rebellion, restore the Union, and resume with a new impulse of great power our glorious career of peaceful prosperity. The character of our Scouts — the Confederate force at Germantown, &c. Washington Dec. 4. --Gen. Hancock telegraphs from the headquarters of General Smith's division to headquarters, that on yesterday a boy, working at Mrs. Walters's, near Walters's Mill, beyond the Alexandria and Leesburg turnpike, who had worked for her daugh
ith and Payne are at open enmity, and their friends, instead of hoping or endeavoring to heal the breach, are engaged in widening it by letters containing matter of crimination and recrimination, as bitter as hate itself. Jeff. Thompson Turns up again — he Captures another steamer. This indefatigable patriot is never idle, and whenever we hear from him, we find that his energies have been successful in advancing the cause of the South. From the Confederate News, of Columbus, Ky., Dec. 4, we take the following paragraph: A few days since Gen. Thompson, by a stratagem, captured the steamer Empress, on her trip from St. Louis to Cairo. Jeff only got 400 cavalry horses and some other valuables, took the crew prisoners, and set fire to and burned the boat. This information we derive from a gentleman from the other side of the river, and who knows. Another gun-boat. The Confederate News, of the 4th inst., says: There is a large, black, ugly looking custome