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laces for a ranger, when the camp is astir with the trump of war and his men are eager for his presence. Gen. McCulloch should take better care of his fair good name and fame. Another Yankee Weeckly. The Newbern (N. C.) Progress, of the 7th inst., says: We received the pleasing intelligence yesterday that another Yankee steamer had gone ashore opposite Swansboro' or Cedar Point on Sunday night. We have not heard the particulars about it yet but may be able to give something more in our next, as Major Boon and Lieut. Colonel Robinson left yesterday to pay it a visit. A Busy scene. The Charleston Mercury, of the 7th instant, says: Our direct importers are not waiting for the blockade to be opened to begin their operations. Yesterday one of our city wharves presented quite an active scene, in consequence of the fine display of merchandise which covered the surrounding space, and which was being discharged from the splendid steamship Ella Warley, lately
Latest from General Jackson's command. the late Skirmishes — Exaggerated reports — attack on Confederate militia — depredations of the enemy, &c. Lynchburg, Va., Jan. 9. --The Republican, of this city, will publish to-morrow two private letters, dated at Winchester, on the 7th and 8th inst., and furnishing interesting intelligence from Gen. T. J. Jackson's command. The first letter says there has been no fighting, beyond some little skirmishing, in which three or four casualties occurred on each kids, and the capture by the Confederates of two cannon and ten or twelve prisoners--When they enemy retreated across the Potomac, they burnt the bridge across the Capon river. The force of the enemy was estimated to be from two to three thousand. The second letter says that General T. J. Jackson was on his return, having accomplished the object of his visit, which was the destruction of Dam No. 6, on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and some bridges on the Bal<
$5 Reward. --Ran off from Mr. W. W. Sledd's stable, on Brook Avenue, on Tuesday, 7th instant, a dark-brown, or dunn Mare, of medium size, with a white spot in her forehead. She had on, when last seen, a blind-bridle. I heard of her yesterday evening in Butchertown. I will give the above reward for her delivery to me, at the Old Market, or to Mr. Wm. Sledd's, or secured anywhere that I can get her. Any information concerning her will be thankfully received. ja 10--1t* B. B. Crump.