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omebody's hands, we will give a summary of the news: The Herald, it is said, admits that Sherman has been cut off from his communication with his base of supplies at Chattanooga by Forrest's cavalry, his stores captured, and the Yankees, in short, whipped. The Washington Congress has passed a bill repealing the $300 exemption clause in the conscription law, and manifests a determination to get every available man into the field, with a view to filling up the depleted ranks of the Yankee armies, and a speedy crushing out of the rebellion. Hunter has arrived at Wheeling, and in his report makes out that his expedition was a complete success; says that he destroyed an incalculable amount of public stores, and smooths over his defeat at Lynchburg by alleging that it was not his intention to capture that place. (How this world, and particularly the Yankee portion of it, is given to lying!) Gold is reported unsettled, and quoted at 236,238 and 242--some say as high as 249.