Wc must agaiii givo our paper to our readers without any vcry encouraging bews. Gen. Grant is still before Vicksburg, and Washington advices of Wodnesday, raake the President say ho was anticipating important and deeisive ncws. Gen. Grant has been reiuforced, and the autboritius are confident that ho can mair tain himself against any attack froin the rear until Vicksburg falla. We hope that the siego may soon suoeessfully termínate, and without the slaughter of any largo number of our brave soldiors. Gen, Banks is at l'ort Hudson, and it will be secn by our columns, has already made a desperate assault upon the rebel works. We think the place will fall without much more severo fighting, by the process of a regular siege. There is some lifc on the Rappabannoek, and both Hooker and Lee are maneuvering for the advantage. A cavalry fight has already taken place. We wait patiently the events of the coming week, with an impression that they will net be bloodlosa ones.