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kee carcasses. From this, we judge that the salt has lost its savor, otherwise there would not be such a "melodious smell" in the neighborhood. Poor Burbridge. Echols treated him after a very uncourteous fashion.--He salted him first and then licked him. That munificent patron of the grave, Lieutenant-General Ulysses GrantGeneral thinks it a sad thing to cheat the grave. It is a thing he never does himself, and never likes to see done. He therefore, probably, feels obliged to General Echols for the present he has made to the grave, in which he seems to have a personal interest. But probably his obligation will not be so strong on another score. General Echols has snapped a link in the chain which he was striving to cast around Lee. The rupture is decided, and there appear to be no means of restoring the shattered links. Sheridan, too, is stopped short in his advance upon Lynchburg. The anaconda, it seems, cannot be brought to work better now than it did last sum