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The news. Our telegrams from the Southwest still continue to be of the most cheering character. The brave garrison of Vicksburg is as confident and determined as ever, and Kirby Smith, with ten thousand men, is said to occupy Miliken's Bend, some twenty miles above Vicksburg, on the right bank of the Mississippi, and to have cut off Banks's supplies. The Northern news has been anticipated in our issue of Monday. It will be noticed that all the reports concur in the Yankee losses at Vicksburg and Port Hudson to have been enormous. No wonder that Grant should call for reinforcements.
, and the men to Indianapolis. Gen. Hulburt has been ordered to prepare hospitals at Memphis for thirty thousand wounded. Grant asks Hurlburt for thirty thousand men, and Hurlburt replied that he did not know where they were to come from. Their own figures foot up a loss of 50,000. [third Dispatch.] Mobile, June 9. --A special to the Tribune from Jackson, dated the 8th, says there are many rumors, the most reliable of which is that Gen. Kirby Smith. instead of being at Port Hudson, has taken Milliken's Bend, with ten thousand men, and cut off Grant's supplies. It is reported that Jackson's cavalry have cut their way through to Vicksburg. Jackson has evidently done something. Heavy firing is heard from Vicksburg. Grierson is believed to have been driven five miles from Clinton, La. [Fourth Dispatch.] Mobile, June 9. --A special to the Advertiser and Register, from Jackson, 8th, says a courier from Vicksburg reports cheeringly.--Our men a