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s, apparently belonging to officers, were picked up, and a horse and buggy, belonging to B. F. Martin, a Pruntytown lawyer and defeated Secession candidate for the Legislature, were part of the spoils. The American flag has taken the place of the Secession emblem in all the houses of Philippi. A rumor prevails this evening that the fugitives have been reinforced by 300 Southern troops, but it is not credited. A detachment of Ohio troops went out to Philippi this afternoon under Col. Andrews, who will take command there. An artillery company arrived this evening, bringing four brass field pieces. The two pieces now at Philippi belong to this company. affairs at Harper's Ferry. The Baltimore papers of Saturday contain the following: Frederick, Md., June 7. --An intelligent and reliable gentleman just from Harper's Ferry, reports a complete state of preparation for attack, which is eagerly expected there. The indications are all against any intended evacu
e command. "Take off your jacket!" He obeyed. "Take off your shirt?" This was done likewise. "Mr. Andrews," to the first mate, who had just appeared from the cabin, "see this fellow lashed to the mast at once." The mating: "Are you a good shot?" "Yes," I answered, simply. "Good. You'll have some work, then. We must warn Andrews and Richards, the mates and the two other fellows Smith mentioned, as soon as possible, without exciting these rascals' and, just missing the Captain's body, stuck quivering beside it. Maddened beyond control by such infernal rancor, the mate Andrews levelled his pistol at the ruffian's head, and the sharp report was followed by a quick, convulsive quiver of his wholal murder; and moreover there were hardly hands enough to manage the ship, so that none could be spared to be in irons. Andrews assumed command of the vessel; and the next day five men were lowered one after another in solemn silence into their vas