ed with disloyalty, shouting for Jeff Davis and cursing all the Yankees.
The 1st and 2d Kentucky regiments were mustered out of service at Covington, Ky, recently.
In an obscure corner of the graveyard at Little Rock stands a mound of earth, marked by a pine board whittled into curious shapes, bearing the inscription, "C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri."
A corresdondent of the New York Times with Sherman's army, writing from New Hope Church, June 5th, says that in front of Gen Harrow's 4th division, 15th army corps, there is a tree which is called the fatal tree.
Eight men were shot, one after another, as soon as they advanced to the tree to take a position behind its trunk.
When seven had been shot, a board was placed there with "dangerous" marked on it. The rebels shot the board into fragments.
A sergeant, taking a position soon after behind it, in less than five minutes was pierced by two Minnie balls.
Dr. King has resigned the Presidency of Columbia, (N. Y