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The war in the west. Mobile, Aug. 3.--A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Jackson, 31st ult., says: Passengers report that Gen. Villipelgne advanced and occupied Lagrange, Tenn, but subsequently returned to Abbeville. The Yankees were advancing on Holly Springs, and were expected to occupy that place to-day. Gen. Ruggles addressed a stringent remonstrance to Butler, relative to two partisan rangers, who, it is said, Buller had threatened to hang. Gen. Ruggles threatened retaliation-Butler replied that one had been paroled, and that the other would be. Tupelo, Aug. 2--The enemy in our front are repairing roads and bridges, and extending their pickets. It is believed they intend a demonstration. Information has been received that Curtis has been reinforced and is advancing on Hindman who has a large force.