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5, says that firing was (1st) At midnight on the same day a conflagration was going on in the city — cause unknown. Joe Johnston was reported to be moving towards Jackson. Another dispatch, from Cincinnati, reports Joe Johnston as advancing in foJoe Johnston as advancing in force on Memphis. An immense meeting of the "peace democrats" was held on the 3d in New York. The Herald says it numbered over thirty thousand people, and the New York democracy, under Fernando Wood, "have declared en masse in favor of a "vigorou the oath of allegiance, and was allowed to go home, five miles back. He will probably be condemned as a spy. Gen. Joe Johnston is reported to be moving towards Jackson, but not in sufficient force to attack us. Philadelphia, June 5.--A sinnati to-day to the Bulletin, but entirely discredited by that paper, says: "A report is current to-day that Gen. Joe Johnston instead of marching on Grant's rear to relieve Pemberton is advancing on Memphis. The report comes in various shap
olgotha in front of the Vicksburg batteries. If Grant, on being so murderously repulsed by Pemberton before Vicksburg, had wheeled round and marched against Johnston he could have done an immense deal of mischief and dealt us a heavy blow. By so doing he would have forced Johnston back on the east bank of Pearl river, and woJohnston back on the east bank of Pearl river, and would have for some time yet prevented him from successfully massing his army in a strategical position, while he would have had control of, or rendered useless, the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern, Mississipppi Central, and Mississippi and Tennessee railroads. As it is, Johnston has these roads, with but slightly inconveniJohnston has these roads, with but slightly inconvenient breaks in them, and thus holds and commands this part of the State, and in a few days in all probability, the rear of Grant will be at his disposal. Grant has shown himself to be a sleepy booby, and we may "thank our stars" that a more enterprising General was not at the head of the Federal army. Grant is moving along th