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ge, 59; Madison, 67; Buckhead, 75; Greensboro', 88; Union Point, 95; Crawfordville, 106; Barnett, 118; Camak, 124; Thomson, 134; Dearing, 142; Sawdust, 145; Berrelia, 151; Belair, 161; Augusta, 171. The distances from Atlanta to Macon, on the Macon and Western railroad, are: From Atlanta to East Point, 6 miles; Rough and Ready, 11; Morrow's, 17; Jonesboro', 22; Lovejoy's, 29; Fayette, 36; Griffin, 48; Thornton, 49; Milner, 54; Barnesville, 61; (there is a branch line from this point to Thomaston, 10 miles); Goggin's, 66; Collier's, 71; Forsyth, 77; Smart's, 82; Crawford's, 88; Howard's, 95; Macon, 103. From the Trans-Mississippi. Late news from the Trans-Mississippi region informs us that the only portion of Texas occupied by the Federals is Padre island, near Brownsville.--They give us no trouble now, and their blockading and invading forces are both nominal. Price, with a largely augmented force, is in the lower portion of Missouri. His forces have not been very activ