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a few other volunteer corps could whip all the troops that General Picayune Butler could bring into the field. It is true they threw up a feed into three divisions. Division No. 1 was commanded by Major-Gen. Picayune Butler; Division No. 2 was commanded by Gen. Billy Wilson, promond Henry Bier were directed to present to Com. Stringham and Major-General Butler the two biggest pumpkins to be found in the stalls of the Frdy oppressive weight of laurels that crown the illustrious heads of Butler, Stringham, and Wilson. It is a sad feature in this more than , and we feel called upon to announce it, that the division of Picayune Butler was guided, piloted, and led into the city by Asa Hartz and hishore of the mainland, opposite the city. Her captain, a man named Butler, having been suspected heretofore of being opposed to us, informati From what I can ascertain, the following persons were on board: Capt. Butler and wife, Mr. Packard and family, from Milton, L. W. Rowley, fro
pes shall wave in triumph over his house." The officers of the 69th speak with enthusiasm of their contemplated march of vengeance through the Cumberland Valley. Men in whom the martial spirit burns with ardor, can, as will be seen by the language of the leaders, find use for it in this regiment. Men are wanted. Vallandigham's District. In the third Congressional district, which elected Vallandigham a year ago, the Union ticket received on Tuesday last a majority of 1,000. Even Butler, the stronghold of secession sympathizers, elected a portion of the Union candidates. Over this result Vallandigham is announced to make a jollification speech at Hamilton to-day. Arrival of sick soldiers from Western Virginia. The steamers Freestone and Mary Cook arrived here yesterday, from the Kanawha, having on board two hundred and ten sick soldiers, who were immediately transferred to the Marine Hospital, where temporary arrangements were made for their accommodation. Ne