- It is sak! that tho Hon. A. H. Kkedkr, Ex-Governor of Kansas, has declined a commission as Brigadier Gen. eral, nssigmng 88 tx masón that he did not consider himself qualitied. Whoevor ho:ird of suoh modesty in these ''latter d:iys?" And yet, it is a pit.y liis good sense coul.l notbo imitated by others who are being ornamentad by titles and epanlettes instead of honor - ing tho service. jrgg" As muiter oí history we gavo place last woek to the prooiarrotion of Gov. Jacksox, oí Missouri ; and to rnnko tho record complete, wo print to-day the counter proulamation of Gen. Lïon. Sue fiïst page. " Iïed Tape JnAi,orsY.:1- Report says that one Gapt Dycr, of tho Ordnanee Department, has preferred a charge ngainst Gen. B'Jller for permitling a a trial of the Sawyér rifled caunon at tho Rip-Raps. g= Messrs. Ex-President Tyler, Waiter Preston, Robert A. Scott, Senator Mason, Win. Ballard Preston, and ïïogof A. Pryor, have been eleoted delcgates from Virginia to tho Confedérate Congress. ii - ii I5P Arrangementa are completed for a proper otjservan.ee of tho coming Fourth in our city. There will ba ringing of belJa, fuing of giinp, a procession, and a display of (ire-works. The Declaration of Independcnco will be read, aïso the letter of John Adam?, and toasts will be offered and respon sivo speeches made. Come and partic' lipalo.