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te Sandy Valley Advocate, who arrived here from Sandy Valley, we learn the second invasion of Eastern Kentucky has ended in a disgraceful rout. On Monday last Col. Garfield's forces, including the 42d Ohio, 10th Kentucky, and 1,900 cavalry, had proceeded up Big Sandy to Paintsville, within seven miles of the rebel camp, when they were met by a flag of truce bearing a message from Humphrey Marshall, asking if matters could not be arranged without a fight. Col. Garfield immediately replied he could offer no arrangement except either to fight or surrender unconditionally. Marshall then addressed his men, informing them that they had no alternative exceptc. then each man was permitted to take care of himself, and the whole forces No attempt was made to save anything out their cannon, which was hauled off Col. Garfield dispatched his cavalry in pursuit.--They expect to capture the guns and perhaps pick up many of the living rebels. The rebels in Northeastern Kentucky, fr