vices of troops are continually pouring in. The brave Gen. Pillow arrived here a day or two ago, and has tendered to President Davis a division of 5,000 men from Tennessee.
Vice President Stephens arrived in this city on Monday night, and it is authoritatively understood that he is to assume the administration of the Government, while President Davis, ready to die upon his country's war fields, is to go as Commander-in-Chief of the army of the South, and will make Richmond his headquarteristress now perishing from the diseases they have given her.
This decisive and formidable action on the part of President Davis against the piratical invasion to subjugate the South, will be applauded to the echo throughout the Confederate States, and will prove no Placebo nor bread pill to Surgeon Davis' invalids, but like the fatal strychnia will throw the whole Abolition crew into tetanic convulsions.
I wrote you yesterday that half of the $5,000,000 loan offered yesterday had bee