er Jones, an aged and distinguished retired lawyer, died here to-day.
Officers Reinstated. Washington, Oct. 14.
--The War Department has ordered Gen. Sherman, commanding the Department of the Cumberland, to reinstate all the officers of the 24th Illinois regiment, who were illegally discharged by Gen. Fremont, throu of Col. Hecker.
It is further directed that the charges which the directly interested parties may have to make — the one against the other — be submitted to General Sherman for such action as the general interests of the country shall require.
The committee of aggrieved officers will leave Washington to-morrow to report themselvnal Hymn, the Zou-Zou's, and the Star Spangled Banner.
Such a concert would create a sensation and hold an audience anywhere."
Jahazal Sherman, Prince Edward's Island; Alex. V. Lyons, of Virginia, Cyprus; Amasa Mason, of N. Y., Guayaquil; James H. Coulter, of Ohio, Montevideo; W. C. Buchanan, of Penn