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but whether it can be attached to the proper person will probably be matter for future inquiry. The Ann Arbor (Michigan) Journal, a "stirling" Lincoln paper, has given him up and hoisted McClellan's name. The Cincinnati Enquirer says: Every Democratic paper in Ohio — and there are some eighty or ninety of them — is giving the Chicago nominees a cordial and earnest support, with the exception of the Columbus Crisis. General Grant was in Philadelphia on the 18th. George H. Williams, unconditional Union Democrat, has been elected United States Senator by the Legislature of Oregon. Still later. Baltimore papers of Tuesday evening contain Sheridan's official dispatch of the fight with General Early. He says the rebels held the ground with great obstinacy nearly all day, but were at last defeated with the loss of twenty-five hundred prisoners, five guns and eight stands of colors. He acknowledges the loss of General Russell (killed) and three general is