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Important news from the West. Vicksburg still Holding out — the troops in good spirits-- Bend Occupied by Gen. Kirby Smith--Grant's supplies cut off, Etc. Jackson, June 6th, (via Mobile, 9th) --General Pemberton has sent word that he could hold Vicksburg, and Gen. Johnston is to take his time to organize and discipline his forces. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, May 6th. --A special to the Mississippian, from Panola to-day, says the Yankees and Unionists were celebrating the anniversary of the occupation of Memphis yesterday. The Chicago Times, of the 2d, has been received. Grant admits a heavy loss, and has fallen back to the Big Black, where he is awaiting reinforcements from Banks. The Memphis and Charleston Railroad has been stripped of troops. Rosecrans is reinforcing Grant via Louisville. All the steamboats at Louisville and Memphis have been pressed. Four thousand five hundred Confederates had reached Memphis. The officers go to Sandus
dispatch to the Cincinnati Commercial, dated Vicksburg, the 30th, says: A deserter came into our lines this morning. He represents that he was sent by Gen. Pemberton to communicate verbally with Gens. Johnston and Loring. The former is supposed to be between the Big Black river and Jackson. The latter was near Port Gibsoen thousand effective men are there, two-thirds of whom are kept on the fortifications night and day, and not allowed to leave an instant on any pretext. Gens. Pemberton, Lee, Reynolds, Stevenson and others are in the city. Most of the sick left the city before its investment. Those who remain have excavated caves and remain poor are generally in their houses. Over one hundred women and children have been killed by our bombardment. The gunboats inflicted no injury on the city. Gen. Pemberton believed his rations would hold out thirty days, but urged Johnston to come to his relief within ten days at the farthest. Cavalry horses have been turne
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From Tennessee — late Northern news. Shelbyville, Tenn., June 8. --All quiet in front. The Nashville Union, of the 6th, states that a rebel force of 20,000 was attacking Franklin yesterday; that there was fighting all day, but the results are unknown. The Cincinnati Commercial, of the 4th, has a special dispatch from Vicksburg, dated May 30th which says: "Spades are trumps again. We are erecting earthworks to protect our men, and mining to blow the face out of two prominent forts, otherwise unapproachable.--The idea of carrying the place by storm is abandoned. A safer and surer plan than storming Pemberton into submission is favored everywhere." Andy Johnson has been ovate at Nashville. Burnside is constructing a railroad as a military necessity from Nicholasville to Danville, Ky. Reliable information has been received of the suppression of two papers at Nashville.