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again. The Journal gives the following as the latest: At last accounts the rebels were retreating on Salem, in Washington, followed by a force of home guards. They met and fought them near Orleans, Orange county, in which engagement the Union forces lost two men killed and several wounded, but made it so hot for the guerillas that they thought best to retreat and give up all idea of a further advance. They are reported 150 strong, and under the leadership of the notorious guerilla. Hines, who visited Elizabethtown, in this State, a week since. How they have ever eluded the grasp of the Union soldiery who have been ever since in pursuit of them, is a mystery to us. They have committed some of the most atrocious barbarities in Indiana that the mind could conceive of. They captured and killed a private and unoffending citizen named Crist, near Paoli, for no cause in the world except that he refused to give them his purse and horse. A man named Braxton, an old gentleman,