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ses. The Yankees have been behaving worse than usual in Winchester. They have turned their stock in the cemetery, and have not only pulled up the tombstones and overthrown the monuments, but broken them in pieces and desecrated the graves. They had taken possession of all the churches in the place, as hospitals, except the Episcopal, which they said was too damp for the patients. Sheridan has, without doubt, sent away a portion of his force, and they have, it is said, arrived at City Point.--This information comes from deserters, as well as from our own scouts. Another informant says some of them have been put into Fort Harrison. There is evidently a great scheme on foot, and the Yankees are determined to spare no efforts to render it successful. From Georgia — Sherman's movements. The only official information received by the press yesterday was that Sherman had destroyed the Northwestern and Atlantic railroad from Atlanta to Altoona, the Chattahoochee bridge inc
Paroled officers. The following officers have been paroled at Savannah, and most of them have arrived here: Colonels Withers, Forty-second Virginia; Edgar, Twenty-sixth Virginia battalion. Lieutenant Colonels Nelligan, First Louisiana; Hodges, Eighth Louisiana. Major King, Sixty second Virginia. Captains Thorpe, Cole, Heffner, Sturdivant, C. R. Skinker, W. C. Nicholas, B. Johnson. Lieutenants Miller, Tenth Virginia; H. L. Opic, Twenty-sixth Virginia cavalry; White, Twenty-seventh South Carolina. The exchange which has been inaugurated at Savannah will be transferred to City Point, about one hundred Confederates having died on their passage South. We have so far received about three thousand prisoners, and have just commenced the delivery of Yankee prisoners.
e Yankee papers do not like this. The Orange and Alexandria railroad is being taken by the Yankees to within sixteen miles of Alexandria. In the trial of the St. Albans' raiders at Montreal, Young produced his commission, signed by Mr. Seddon, Secretary of War. Andrew J. Biddison, four years at hard labor; William Reeside, two years; and Richard Thompson, a line of one thousand dollars, are the sentences just passed in Baltimore for running the blockade. A telegram from City Point on Sunday says the Confederates were massing near Petersburg on Friday, and an attack was expected. Mr. Jacob, Lieutenant-Governor of Kentucky, has been arrested by the Government, and is now on his way to Washington as a political prisoner. The United States steamer Wachusett, Captain Collins, arrived at Fortress Monroe on Friday last with the captured rebel privateer Florida in tow. The Wachusett brought as passenger Mr. Thomas Wilson, the Yankee Consul at Bahia, Brazil. T