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he United States Government has power to carry on the existing war against the people in revolt is to suppress the insurrection, etc. A National Committee was selected, and R. T. Stevens appointed Secretary. An interview with Ex- Gov. Hunt was held with closed doors, after which the meeting adjourned sine die. Interesting from Kansas. A telegram dated Leavenworth, 21st, says: Last evening Quantrell, with a force 800 strong, crossed from Missouri into Kansas, near the town of Gardner, 60 miles below here, and immediately started for Lawrence, arriving before that town at 4 o'clock this morning. He post- ed a guard around the city so that the citizens could not escape, and commenced pillaging the stores, shooting citizens, and firing-houses. A gentleman who managed to escape, on reaching the bluff on this side, had a plain view of the town, which was then a sheet of flame. He thinks the loss would reach $2,000,000, and, by this time, much more, as the guerillas se