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Northern News. Petersburg, August 31. --The Washington Chronicle of Tuesday is received. Stanton telegraphs to Dix that, on Thursday, 25th, General Hancock, who was south of Reams's station, was attacked several times during the day, but repulsed the enemy in every assault. At half- past 5 P. M. a combined attack was ma
e resisted in that city, and a conflict between the conscripts and the authorities take place, which may seriously compromise the public peace Stanton telegraphs to Dix that he has not heard from Sherman for two days.
Dispatches from Chicago say McClellan will be nominated.
The war democrats are pressing Dix, but he stands noDix, but he stands no chance.
Governor Campbell, of Ohio, will be Vice-President.
A great peace meeting was held in Chicago Saturday night. Garrett Davis, Vallandigham and Fernando Wood were the speakers.
McClellan and Horatic Seymour are the prominent candidates for the Presidency.
The Tallahassee is reported to have destroyed twenty-s