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Judge Thompson, Dr. Alfred Hughes, and Wm. F. Gosherm, recently arrested in Wheeling for political offences, have been sent to Camp Chase to be confined there. The ladies of the Atlanta Hospital Association have presented Col. John A. Morgan with a beautiful cane. The gentlemen ought to present him with a sword. Colonel Daniel W. Adams, lately commanding the First Louisiana Regulars, has been prompted to the grade of Brigadier-General Confederate States Army. Owing to various disasters, among them the recent heavy and continued rains, the harvest in Georgia, it is said, reveals a remarkably short trop of wheat. Edward Everett is camping it through the West, haranguing the people on "the origin and character of the war." Peter German, a well-known Government contractor, died suddenly in Washington on the 7th inst. The tax bill, which has passed the Federal Senate, will give it is computed, about a hundred and twenty million dollars. Gen. McDow
aving recently been using treasonable language in discouragement of enlistments was arrested by Deputy Marshal Irwin, and lodged in the Athen where we trust he will remain until tried. Miss Eliza Hughes, M. D. sister of the well known Dr. Alfred Hughes, now an inmate of Camp chase, was arrested and lodged in the Athen on Saturday, for refusing to take the oath of allegiance, by order of Provost Marshal Darr, Subsequently Miss Hughes, having complained of being unwell, sent for Major Darr,Miss Hughes, having complained of being unwell, sent for Major Darr, and agreed to take the oath, which secured her release. Frank Vennum, a river man of this city, was also arrested, but look the oath. Likewise Miss Nancy Dqun. Acknowledgment of Confederate Bravery. A correspondent of a Northern paper, writing from Corinth concerning the late battle, pays the following compliment to our troops engaged in that contest: It is the current testimony of all who witnessed it that the charge made by the rebel column on our breastworks on Saturday
, and 25th Va. Batt'n. Official refugee vote at Richmond: city Hall, Dejarnette, 47; Barbour, 6. Henrico C. H. Dejarnette, 14; Barbour, 6. Louisa county; Dejarnette's majority 325. in the 16th District the returns re-elect Hon C. W. Russell over Dr Kidwell. State Senate. Wheeling District — Dan'l M Shriver. Harrison District--Kenna Stevenson. Marion District--Jas Neeson. Preston District — C W Newlon. House of delegates. Ohio county — Thomas Edwards, Dr. Alfred Hughes and Jos. H. Pendleton. Marshall — Jas M Hoge. Brooke--Dr. N W White. Weizel — Leonard Hall. Marion — Gen T S Haymond and Stephen A. Morgan. Monongalia — D. B. Stewart and Dudley Evans. Taylor--Lieut Col. J A Robinson. Preston — R E Cowan and C J P Cresap. Harrison — W P Cooper and G W Benty. Gilmer, Calhoun, &c — J Kerr McCutcheon. Ritchie and Pleasants — Tibbs. Lewis--Dr. Wm. Bland. Official vote of Chesterfield: Smith, 345. Flourno