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demonstrate that, in spite of all these apparent drawbacks, he is competent to the position he has undertaken to fill — and thus at once satisfy the earnest hopes of the country, and make good his own assertion to that effect. The arrival of troops at this point is about the only event of importance. There are now here some ten thousand men, while probably from fifteen to twenty thousand more have gone forward, and are now located at Booneville, Glasgow, Georgetown, Lamine Bridge, and Sedalia. This force is, in all respects, the flower of Western troops. It includes some 2,500 cavalry, a formidable force of rifled and other artillery, and infantry armed in many cases with Colt's revolving rifles, sword bayonets, and other modern improvements. In addition to this, the material — the baggage, clothing, tents, &c.--is of a first-class character; rendering the present force in all respects one of the most efficient ever organized in the East or West. Whether the results to be ac
econd Vermont. Three new laboratories on the site of the one blown up are nearly completed, at the Washington Navy-Yard, and foundations for a fourth have been laid. The President has appointed John de la Montagnie, of New York, United States Consul at Nantes, in France. No official returns are obtainable, but the impression is that the People's ticket has a majority in the Philadelphia camps. A rebel named Wedemeyer is raising a regiment at Osceola for the purpose of making a foray into Kansas. Union men from the neighborhood of Lexington deny that any session of the Legislature was held there. Efforts are being made to organize companies of Missouri Rangers, to carry on a guerilla warfare after the style of the rebels. Gens. Sturgis and Lane are understood to have received orders to march from Kansas City, and join Gen. Siegel at Sedalia. Gen. Siegel sent out a detachment of four hundred men, on Sunday last, to cut off a rebel supply train.