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he Dispatch of yesterday. Grant telegraphs from Vicksburg, on the 21, that he can maintain the siege and take care of Joe Johnston. Three hundred horses had been shot on the river bank by the rebels because they could not be fed. Vallandigham will rter 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 Gibson. 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 turned loose and driven towards ourconsider Vicksburg the strongest place in the Confederacy. Gen. Blair has met no enemy in force, and the reports of Johnston being near are disbelieved. A cavalry reconnaissance three days ago discovered a small force, and had one man killed an
Tennessee. --The Chattanooga Rebel, of Thursday last, says the situation in Tennessee improves at an amazing rate. Troops that have been sent to reinforce Gen. Johnston in Mississippi are being sent back to the Grand Army of Middle Tennessee. Our advices from Mississippi, says the Rebel, are of the most cheering character, yet we are at a loss to comprehend why General Johnston should have sent Gen. Breckinridge's corps back to Middle Tennessee. He must be in a secure condition, either from his position or from an abundance of troops. Our dispatches state that Grant is being heavily reinforced, but no fears need be entertained on that score, as Gen.oops. Our dispatches state that Grant is being heavily reinforced, but no fears need be entertained on that score, as Gen. Johnston has received the very flower of our noble armies. From the front various rumors come up — all of them foreshadowing an early advance of our forces. Let us "clear the decks and prepare for action."
ut 8 o'clock yesterday morning, as a young man named Rooks was passing down Main street, in a small wagon, loaded wish boxes of tobacco, the tongue of the vehicle came out, and the wagon running upon the mules they dashed off. Getting just below Johnston's drug store, the vehicle upset, emptying its contents into the street. Rooks was caught under the boxes and received some slight bruises. He was taken into Messrs. Johnston's store, where restoratives were applied, and the suffering man relie'clock yesterday morning, as a young man named Rooks was passing down Main street, in a small wagon, loaded wish boxes of tobacco, the tongue of the vehicle came out, and the wagon running upon the mules they dashed off. Getting just below Johnston's drug store, the vehicle upset, emptying its contents into the street. Rooks was caught under the boxes and received some slight bruises. He was taken into Messrs. Johnston's store, where restoratives were applied, and the suffering man relieved.
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 occupatio Dispatch.] Jackson, June 8. --A scout just in from Vicksburg reports all working well. The men are somewhat wearied from lying in the trenches and exposure to the sun, but are in good spirits. They hailed his arrival with cheers for Joe Johnston, and say that he will make all right. Grant is slowly advancing by building parallels, which are four hundred yards from the outer works. There has been no general assault for ten days past. There is plenty of ammunition and pro