d the neighboring farm houses, etc., making the circuit of a mile.--Two men were arrested, named Walker and McMills, in the house of the latter.
All the evidence that could be obtained tended towards criminating Walker, who, with the other prisoner and a negro witness, were brought to Alexandria.
The train was within three miles of a camp of 9,000 Confederate troops and six miles from Fairtaxfrom Fairfax are apprehended in some quarters.
The names of the prisoners arrested are Wm. Temple Walker and George McMills.--Walker has a bad countenance.
He has been recognized by Capt. MedlarWalker has a bad countenance.
He has been recognized by Capt. Medlar, Provost Marshal, as one to whom he several times refused a pass.
It is understood that McMills has stated since his arrest that Walker had threatened to shoot Capt. Medlar.
Information was recWalker had threatened to shoot Capt. Medlar.
Information was received this evening that a coal schooner, which sailed heuce on Friday, and which ran ashore below, was set on fire by a United States vessel.
Affairs in Alexandria. Alexandria, June 15.