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. Jfl*F* 'fins slip is issued for several reasons-:
nwt,bctSlUse" v?d are out of paper, nnd as this ia sufficient, we wilLnot give the other i reasonX; it is impossible to tell when webili • l!**,,PfP er ™ these times of uncertain trans portation and uncertain eferythiug else; in lieufttiine we will try* to keep tbe mill • With slips. A slice is better thah iio ',','.• ■■_"._: _..._,'. : .... _}e«*.Maf-lffUl. . Marshall 'to here, with a portion of his out.- Wepresimie the roost of his forces Fin this neUHty within ft day or two deft-stand (net officiary j that (to soon as forces together arid* properly nioe them, IsVawill more, ribnS of our M where. - but to a point, in nil prol|d where nHs men will find something to Terrible Acc_A«rtt. est tetriblh accident debarred in tjris ; mm* Wednesday., Mr. Frank Smith's j mr in number, the oldest being about ; ad a loaded obeli in one of the former of our They took it home, and trio the «dft„ to open it. Striking it hatchet, it explmled, mangling two, perhaps fatally, and badly injuring the others. Thewohder Js, that all'were not instantly JQT> Severat Abolition HegitoSnts, oH* their we* trnm theKestt» Virginia, were tcirHe'd bar.k h**t week, to carry the election in New .Vs. for the Black JjkpuUiean*, at the point ■fcf the bayonet if neeewary. The election was held, o# Monday, And as th* Cofcrtrvitties had 4eten_tned to maintain their ground at aU haeard*, we will not be surprised to hear of a I isubaiit-~tr~Wf*mt«<l. | »\n able-bodied man. not subject to Can* j iptt.m, and Willing to serve as a substitute i ht»W'* Cavalry, uwy tHeW with favorable j m« by applying at this office within the | %T*il WftenAoWti that Gen. Ecb-i'ls' is fall ; V»« ( 'kfrom the Kanawha Valley, *** < \ t Abolition forcels advancing in the di —>-~~. » »'.»• _Jf* The Hon.' Mr. Simmus, Senator from „\* At present sojourning in this place. gtf-.St c advertisement »st Col; J»«! Ju. F. €anij»h«ll.Auctioneer, for the sal« o( 30 acres of the CaHenter tract of land in this county.. * ' ■. i ,.•..„__ *Nhf y - •-- ; -1 Jolm , T L M»r tan honeys the Yankee Pro roni Marshal of Lexington Ky. We Save itt&pojrt wtiat We deem very relia ble ahthorhf. that *&«* our army fell hook lH»m I'erryvife, (ien. %J»rJrn M. Morgan dash *»d intM f >xUrjmih and bung, in the street, the l v rwr«**t of that city. If seen* that this dirty tovrt Jf Linmdm' had n««tihed the mother of 6m»rral -Morgan that she musf lea*:e Realaeliy.a'Pd.'in the eyeW of her tail-' iag to do so, wou'M resis-t tp some severe tnea »ar#*;iti make hef *ffl>. Th* ttobto non learn . it|t tS**, resolved *roold take his life at all baoard*. Thfc» he did, hsi reported, to n« by trutbtdi gentlemen, in a gallant ffl%*trbi\ The nbttve baa sinakbeen confirmed. The onjeial had destroyed pre. Morgan's furniture, farnod'her into the street/anifrabused ami in sulted hor In the. j^»»-tost and mo*i b«*-tal manner.' He was bung »« house ........ ■'i.' T '\ : ■]-» -» v - ■ -.. ■ - Frttip lueil-veUoiH. Fisom >rbrthiera pApere <|f the : A of tin; ?f. _". Tribune, . Tim rebels are evrain eery strong- Ir.onmw front,. Tliejir vj_et\ > and,pw4> pieoe* of „rtfllhfy,,iif| tliNi'aide of Charleetirwn,.*re ▼iaiblir fmtn is(A\ist; IfeightA. Tlie* .guard »tbe Jth* sd that no or refugees eonae thr«Hi^». Ycwtciday they cap- «to* of owr pickets. No doubt is enter tauted a»_Mit me iullrng back of the rebel army. |ffcC?lelle« and Buruside have moved tli«r lt«adGja»rters<> ,* A. letter, dated.opposite SlicpSier_sfown r Two rftoff belowglhg to (3en. Htir.ipJirey's divisioWwere sb>t dea/i whrlO on picket yes ' capture of «mt' of the rebel pickets the other night, their jackets Shoot at bars at every oppoituui*y. A diepiteb, near .Harper's l\rry, "We-neadiy 11 .o'etocfc, shows \ hat the rebels ore not vef v; &r off; ft saysi Ne pews,of iulportrtivce has been reeeivvl |hjtMit @apt» Blfasmntim to*&\f The'news rn coivad to-_ay from the vicinity of the main body of Ihe rebel army, shows that Ilijl, Jack aim _»d Eampton. are encamped between aneX Bunker Mill, the majority ' imt urn latter place.' * Jt *ae' wade to-day to rentove the **w« eoldiert buried nea^Shephenls- v towp; h*tt it was denied until tlie consent of General le% or tcutft could be obtained, £rhw*i oflfehpied an hour. • This tdiowa that thai wbel Geperah are out a great dis to&* fr<Hn*M# Unas; And that the rebel army imanot vet retreated itoureS4>enaudnah Val ley. The testis their sick and wooie b_e% to Sfa«in6lh. evidently anfiei- Poting 03| early movement of the Army of tho Fotomat!. it is believfd that no large, forfeo of the fnepiy _-bjavc. oi->#sed to tho cu>tn»rd Prmisti In Cnlpeper. ■,->■■ Richmond, November 3. Ps report a skirmish in CoJpeper lortiing, in which eighty Yankees OM 1 ll\REE_>o]vf. [alleck Superceded by Mte- FItEOEIWCKSBURG, Nov. 3d. Persons from *Maryl<to„ to-day say that Ilalleek has been sent to the West, and Mc- Clellan is now General-in-Chief*, and is to rt main in Washington. .... .■$ f General Hooker is to take&cClellan's piaffe as coin oi aider of the Army of the PotptniUr. RfcinstoND, Nov. 3.—TheExaminer of t£i# j morning mentions a report that a despatch j ha»?been received nt ;he Wat Department, froM|eneral French, of ing'tnat the Yan_ee>, fifty thousand strongs are- advancing upon that city along the Hn« •« the Norfolk arid Petersburg ttuilroad; abut that the enenty, to the number of twenty thousand; bad larided _t CitytPoint. Notbr ihg reliable is' known relative to these reports; hut it i» not believed that the Yankees cm'the' Sdttthside bate anything like the force which ■ report assigns them. tticHMONB, Nov; 2d.—A detaeftment of th* 13th Virginia Cavalry attacked the Federal rail way train near.Manassas, Junction' on j Friday, destroying it, and* en pt tired ninetv six prisoners who arc-now at 6fitr_oHstifle.-— A Cavalry e_pe*ditkm last Week, proceeded down the Peninsula to capture the-negroes who murdered Messrs Graves and Shriver; bol the negroes had gone to |Wi Mngroder b* hkw-Willianisbiirg. The enemy at Willi**** ,burg have been reinforced. , Gen, Stuart telegraphed to thift-ptaee oM Saturday that he was engaged with th* elae my then near UpperviUe, arid igatn oh Sun day somewhere in Loudoun. , He rays that they have been fighting for several days, ilia child will be buried to-day, but the «ett» da ties of war keep the bereaved filther *<**» . fftim the opening grave of the loved Arid hi*}: Such.is war.-*-Lynchburg Virginian, jVor. 4/fA; Late anil intereatf ng IVew tie* We»t« C.ifATTaxooi>„,.Oct. 31.—Iris stated by **■ , vera I gen tlenien who left, Murfreesboro' o k the 20th, that Breckinridge Had given (jn*i. Negley two days in which to rfmove the I*o -men and children from Nashville. At th* expiration of this period, Nashville is to be surrendered orshelled and bqrned. • J ■ Gen. John 11. Morgan in Paid tp be off Ihe North and Forrest on the South of NaShville. Breckinridge is at Lavergne- Morgan hrfs about thirty pieces of artillery. Breckinridge, and Forrest bate about sixty pieces of artillery. > Several ladies have left Nashville. Tb# Yankees did .not «*ven inspect their baggage. Permits to leave were readily granted by tlie Abolition authorities. XasliYiile Its Daftger. A Cincinnati correspondent writes ni M« IqWs to a New York paper: ' '.) '• It is feared that Aa*hville is in danger of being taken, nnd oi»r gallant forces'tber*. an der General Negley, captured. If Hragg makes a rapid dash that way, I do not tee l*iw. the-t>lace can be saved.,, No refief cari be seat in tiato to be of any .service., it is bet af aw improbable that Bragg's force is now push ing towrtrdsVirgirim to join Lee's force*; In that case it will be Well for McClellniMo tovk ont for a trick like that of Jackson before in* five day's battles. Brtgg has forty-five tb*m rand good soldiers, and such an acqaisftieft woojd be invaiuable &► Lee." . " Capture 6f a Yartkee Slftffl t_ iste Poteijiitc. '. ' Among the prisoners brjougbt to Richmond on_ Friday evening were the' officers of a Yan kee ship, taken under the following ciroaa* stance's: Lieute. Weed and W. lee, nt rmvy, with ten volunteers from the iferiry,-"' werit off twelve roile«,in CtlMsipeake ' Bay, from tlie shore above York rireV, _ne night last week; boarded and cAptartd th* ship alluded to without difficulty. Sho proved to be the clipper ''AlleghaniatV'of New York, 1200 tons register, with a crew of tweety-one men', bound from Baltimore to Lornkm with 1,420 tons of gnngp. After removing th* pri* < goners and instruments her captors set _t| to and burnt her. The adverUwrelrf pos«ed nrc or three steamers on the way i>n# and back.— Died, in this place, on Sunday morning hurt, ' Ax* a, infant daughter of _Mw_r_ o_d _h_i»etb L. Hessee, aged one year. ' Died, in this county, on the ,lstb M*»T £l_rs. infant daughter of Mr. Job- jfi_J|mf- v aged Hi months. ■Z'.-fw Died, alt the residence of Mr. fe Csto> mings, near this place, on Sunday night hist (2<Vth inst* or Typhoid Fever, Bin TaosAs J? Sentbli., olAtlanta, Qeo., aged 22 years. Mr.' S. of the Hospital with- Ma). ,Leydens,j[9th Georgia) Artillery Battalion. t. Alii* Fan SAMS. IWILt sell to tbe, highest bidder, nit six months time, ori the first day of the her Court, IBrt_, in front of the C. H..jtie..*A*- '. s.ixih intcre-t in the Carpenter Lsrid, 4 miles east of Abingdon; be 30 awes. JAS. L. F. CAMPBELt, Nnyl 7tb, 18-52—Sw AutHomeer. Taken up at Richmoa*, H j, A* slave Boy John, who says he. belongs to Jacy|on near Lexington, Ky. SmPmaj is «#■ in custody at V*. Jf*7 be haliii the owner .payhag fb* repprd A wanted,"for which we will pay F the highest cash prices. - XnvrTtb, 18«-. r -2ui. , ,WJ|I. W. '