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The war is the Southwest--bombardment of Vicksburg, &c. Mobile July 2. --A special dispatch to the Tribune from the Jackson Mississippian, to-day, says: "As we write the booming of deep-toned cannon from the enemy's fleet at Vicksburg is distinctly heard. When it is remembered that the distance by railroad is forty-five miles, we may well imagine that the bombardment is the most tremendous ever known on this continent. The citizens of Vicksburg and military authorities are firm inurrender." Jackson's cavalry, besides destroying a train of ears near Memphis, captured 100 wagon loads of stores, 600 horses and mules, and $150,000 in specie, all of which was saved and brought South. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, July 2.--The Federal fleet is still bombarding Vicksburg, but with little effect. [Third Dispatch.] Mobile, July 4.--A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Vicksburg, yesterday, says the upper fleet slowly bombarded the city yesterday and to
Operations near Charleston. Charleston, July 2. --The enemy exhibits activity on James's Island, and seems to have abandoned the intention of advancing across the Island, via Secessionville, and is landing troops higher up Stono river, as if with the view of flanking Fort Pemberton. The Yankees have a large force of contrabands throwing up works near Turn Cut Bridge, below Fort Pemberton. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, July 3.--The enemy last night evacuated their position on James's Island. On one of their works was left a board inscribed "Fare well. Secesh! we go, but we'll come again." There are many surmises as to the reason of this movement. Some think that the bulk of Hunter's forces have been ordered to Washington.
Holly Springs occupied — another Cavalry Exploit. Grenada, Miss. July 2. --Yesterday the Pederals, seven thousand strong, advanced to and occupied Holly Springs. Jackson's cavalry ambuscaded them three miles from the city and poured into their ranks a heavy fire, killing and wounding one hundred. Jackson scampered off with the loss of one man wounded. The Federals are also in the neighborhood of Mintville.
McClellan's defeat Admitted at the North. Jackson, Miss. July 2. --Gentlemen just from Memphis say that the Northern accounts of the first two days battle before Richmond admit that McClellan was badly defeated. The Avalanche says that Yankee pickets are killed every night in Memphis.