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ile conveying troops over the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, May 15th, has been discharged from custody. An individual of hitherto respectable standing was arrested the other day at Brock's Gap, near Harrisonburg, Va., for uttering disloyal sentiments; but was discharged after taking the oath of allegiance and giving security for his good behavior. A Washington letter published in a Northern paper says that nine of the Ohio Regiment, slain at Vienna, were buried in one grave on the 19th. They were found in the woods in which they took refuge. The New York Tribune, alluding to the manner in which the troops are fed at Washington, says "It is not strange that the young men say their belts have become really too large for them. " The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer says the troops on Arlington Heights are suffering terribly from the heat. Mr. N. R. Mendenhall, of the Leaman Rifles, 11th Mississippi Regiment, was married in Winchester, Va.,
Fearful tornado in Illinois --Lives Lost.--On the 19th instant a terrible tornado swept over Champaign county, Illinois. A correspondent of the Chicago Tribune says: "After the wind had tested the moving capacity of everything portable, then came a shower of hail, which converted our immense shower of hail, which converted our immense crops of ripening wheat and waving corn into a barren waste. There are many farms in the vicinity of Champaign City upon which there is not a green leaf or a blade of grass left.--Wheat, oats, barley and rye are entirely ruined. I visited many fields to-day, and found the small grain mown to the ground as with a scythe; and the stalks were beaten and shivered, looking as though they had passed through a threshing machine. Corn which was one and a half feet high, was cut off even with the ground, and the stalk beaten to a jelly an inch below the surface. Up to this date we have heard of five persons who were killed, and quite a number who