orces went to Columbus, about 100 rails South of Corinth.
Various are the conjectures as to what the rebels will next do. Will they attempt to out off Curtis or Mitchell, or tern force the army at Richmond?
Of course, time alone can develop the policy of the rebel General.
My own opinion is that the retreat from Corinth is the the purpose of taking the necessary proofs for final consideration.
All the reports from Europe are highly satisfactory.
Another Brilliant success of Gen Mitchell Washington, June 8
--Dispatches have been received at the War Department from Gen. Mitchell, dated at Huntsville, Ala., June 6th, slating that an expedGen. Mitchell, dated at Huntsville, Ala., June 6th, slating that an expedition from his army, under command of Gen. Nagley, had driven the enemy, commanded by Gen. Adams, from Winchester, Tennessee, through Jasper, back to Chattanooga, and utterly defeated and routed them at that point.
Their baggage wagons, ammunition, and supplies, have fallen into our hands, and still more important results may be e