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From Mississippi. --The Canton (Miss.) Citizen, of the 25th January, says, as we go to press we have received the following intelligence from the front: Great activity is shown by the enemy at Vicksburg. Some movement is contemplated. Sherman's at Vicksburg, on his route to Texas. Several thousand troops from Memphis have arrived to reinforce Vicksburg, which is still under the command of Gen. McPherson. Gen. Ross has returned from his trip up the river, and now occupies a place of importance. Gen. Wirt Adams has just returned from a fatiguing and partially successful trip in Louisiana and South Mississippi.
debaters in the Senate — always prepared, no matter what subject is brought up — always ready to give sound logical views, no matter what the topic under discussion. The most difficult antagonist to overcome, and the safest guide to follow. Mr. McDougal halls from California; was elected as a Union man; but has taken to Peace Democracy and bad whiskey; is very eccentric, and usually very drunk; comes into the Senate chamber booted and spurred for a horse race or a cavalry raid. Mr. Sherman, the young Senator from Ohio, the rising man of the Senate, has a high appreciation of the value of time, and never attempts to argue a point when he knows he cannot hope to change a vote by so doing. Makes few speeches and good ones. Is energetic and zealous in the discharge of every duty assigned to him. Gen. Ware is rough and unpolished, but honest and capable. Talks strongly when he does talk, which is seldom, Is said to be somewhat of an anti-slavery man. Mr. Powell was
Movements of the enemy in the South. Dalton, Feb. 2. --Official information was received here to-day, that six thousand of Sherman's corps, chiefly infantry, but some cavalry and artillery, crossed the Tennessee River, on the 29th and 30th of January, at Larkin's Landing, midway between Guntersville and Bellefonte. The presumed object is the establishment of a depot of supplies for future operations.