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till and waited until the combination against him had been completed, he would have been crushed. Other Generals, that we know of, would have done this, and would have paid the penalty Jackson thought it better to anticipate and baffle the schemes, and he succeeded completely. We have already alluded to his beautiful manc nvres in connection with the captors of Winchester. Can the man who executed these be less than a man of talents? Somebody said John Randolph was mad! The late Wm. R. Johnson said: "I wish he'd bite me." If folly can be taken by inoculation, we wish Jackson would inoculate some others of our Generals. There is such a thing as being too smart, and persons who labor under that misfortunes never do anything in this life. Jackson has gone on, blundering from victory to victory, until he has at last driven the Yankees entirely out of the Valley. A series of similar blunders in this neighborhood, with a similar result, would please the inhabitants better t
e State yesterday for judicial officers. The vote in Nashville stood for Circuit Judge, Brian (Union), 570; Foster (Secessionist), 708. The secessionists generally voted. The Union men rarely voted, regarding the election as invalid. Governor Johnson will give no commission to the secessionists elected. The President and Cashier of the Bank of the Union were arrested yesterday, by order of Governor Johnson, on the charge of treason. The town of has been for 812 63 by the Provt Judge, Brian (Union), 570; Foster (Secessionist), 708. The secessionists generally voted. The Union men rarely voted, regarding the election as invalid. Governor Johnson will give no commission to the secessionists elected. The President and Cashier of the Bank of the Union were arrested yesterday, by order of Governor Johnson, on the charge of treason. The town of has been for 812 63 by the Provost Marshal, to compensate a Union merchant for goods seized by Mar. troops.