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Yellow Jack at work among the Federal. The death of General O. M. Mitchell, of yellow fever, at Beaufort, S. C., has been published. quarters where its immediate ravages were made. Officers, upon Gen. Mitchell's Staff, and those immediately surrounding him, were the first , was followed by that of Capt. J. C. Williams, Aide-de-camp to Gen. Mitchell.--These two cases were followed by the illness of General MitchGeneral Mitchell's two sons, both upon his staff, and Captain J. J. Elwell, Assistant-Quartermaster, and then the disease spread so rapidly as to create greared to be so confined to that one spot — head quarters — that Gen. Mitchell removed to Beaufort, but, unfortunately, too late. The seeds ohe same day the intelligence was telegraphed from Beaufort that Gen. Mitchell was dead. His death cast a gloom over all, not only because ofs, that when this monster attacked, there was no hope. General O. M. Mitchell is regretted by all. In the short period that he was here h