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gan, all noted Rangers, were captured. Outrages of a Federal commander in Alabama--horrible barbarities. Gen. O. M. Mitchell, who has been in command of the division of United States troops in North Alabama, has been summoned to Washingtonrnal states that Gen. M. has arrived in Washington, and loudly demands an investigation of his case. It says: General Mitchell and a portion of his command have perpetrated in North Alabama deeds of cruelty and of guilt, the bare narration of e national cause, to visit swift justice upon the epauletted miscreant who has recklessly set both at defiance. General Mitchell is now in Washington, and can answer the charges against him, if they are answerable, without delay. We hope, for t matter justly admits of neither. Feeling deeply, we speak strongly, but not certainly without the keenest sorrow. General Mitchell's villainous misconduct is a national calamity. It must pierce with sorrow the heart of every patriot as of every m