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sutlers' stores! While the capture of the camp, paroling of the prisoners, and destroying of the stores was going on, the Texas Rangers, comprising the 9th, 6th, and 3d legions, became engaged with the Michigan cavalry, and drove them pell-mell through town and run them off north, with a considerable lose to the Abolitionists, and a loss of thirty in killed and wounded on our part. The ladies rushed out from the houses, wild with joy, crying out: "There's some at the Fair Grounds. Chase them, kill them, for God's sake!" One lady said: "The Yankee Commandant of the Post is in my house; come and catch him;" and a search was instigated, but without success, when the noble woman insisted that he was there, concealed; and finally, after much ado, the gallant (save the mark!) Colonel Murphy, the intrepid Yankee Commandant of Holly Springs, was pulled out from under his bed, and presented himself in his nocturnal habiliments to his captors. The Provost Marshal was also taken,
Vallandigham says there union of the South and most of the States of the North and West is a necessity, and is practicable; that the people are a head of the politicians in their demand for peace. He is to have a public dinner soon. The Confederate steamer Virginia has been captured by Walker. It is said this occurred in Mexican waters, and the Herald thinks it will lead to trouble. It was rumored that McClernand had been superseded by Sherman. Gold closed at 138. The Herald says it will be worth 160 very soon. Secretary Chase has gone to New York.