ia, in a pucker.
He says the people there are for reunion.
Mr. B. rented his house to Secretary Trenholm for $15,000-furnished.
It would now bring $30,000. But he is now running after teams to save his tobacco-he a speculator!
A letter was received yesterday from--, Selma accusing the Assistant Secretary of War, Judge Campbell, his brother-in-law, Judge Goldthwait, and Judge Parsons, of Alabama, with disloyalty, and says Judge C. is about to issue passports for delegates to go to the Chicago Convention, soon to assemble, etc. etc.
He says Judge C. is the Fouche of the South.
The letter is dated August 23d, 1864, and the President now sends it to the Secretary for his information.
Judge Campbell has exercised almost exclusive control of the conscription and the passport business of the government since his appointment.
The President and Secretary must attach some importance to the communication of Mr.--, the first for sending over the letter at. this juncture — the latter,