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Col. J. B. Johnson, who was recently killed by a railroad accident near Murfreesboro', Tennessee, was a brother of Senator Johnson, of Arkansas, and commanded an Arkansas regiment in Hardee's brigade. The bookstore of George J. Jones, St. Louis, was closed by the Federal authorities for circulating a paper containing an article copied from the London Dispatch. The steamer Cambridge sunk on the night of the 23d ult., on White river, twenty miles below Grand Glaize, Ark. Forty-twoSenator Johnson, of Arkansas, and commanded an Arkansas regiment in Hardee's brigade. The bookstore of George J. Jones, St. Louis, was closed by the Federal authorities for circulating a paper containing an article copied from the London Dispatch. The steamer Cambridge sunk on the night of the 23d ult., on White river, twenty miles below Grand Glaize, Ark. Forty-two lives were lost. The Chicago Tribune reiterates the assertion that General Buckner has been indicted for treason by Judge Catron, of the U. S. Court, Louisville. Congressman Ely rode over into Virginia from Washington the other day, but kept within a respectful distance from the outside lines. According to the Louisville Journal, (not very good authority,) Gen. Buckner expressed the opinion unreservedly that "he owed his captivity to the folly of Gen. Pillow." The shelling