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on of this organization was given to Gen. Burgevin by a citizen of Van Buren county, and a volunteer in the Confederate service. The names of the leaders are well known, and if those who are in hot pursuit of them ever succeed in over-taking them, it would be well to acquaint them with some of the peculiar uses of hemp. We have been permitted to peruse the constitution of this organization. It is called a " Peace and Constitutional Society." They have 700 members in Searcy, Van Buren, Newton and hazard counties, and seventeen thousand in the whole State. They have a regular system of signs and pass-words, and are furnished with supplies of money from the Northern camps. The constitution makes it obligatory upon every member to hazard his life in aid of another in distress, and the penalty of expressing any of the secrets of the organization is death. General Burgevin, who was mustering in a regiment at Carrolton, as soon as he heard of the conspiracy, at once hurried down to