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ss. They say it is a great deal better than shoddy. Many French literary men derive munificent incomes from their labors: Ulbach, the novelist and play-writer, has an annual income of $11,000.--This, however, is nothing compared to the revenue of successful dramatists, who make their $30,000 and $40,000 a year. Brigadier-General Clinton B. Fisk, commanding Department of the Missouri, telegraphs Major- General Rosecrans's that recruiting in that region is moving along finely. Buchanan county appropriated $120,000, and other counties will respond liberally. Our cotemporaries (says the Philadelphia Inquirer) in the Cumberland Valley have suffered more or less by the raids of the enemy. Those establishments which have not been entirely destroyed by fire are depopulated by the demand for men in the army; and now most of the journals come to us printed on half sheets. The New Zealand Times of May 18, just received, gives a full and interesting account of the disastrou