and take care that they do not get hurt.
Old Rockingham has done exceedingly well, sending over 800 men to the field.
Two of the strongest "Union men" in the Convention were her representatives.
Last Monday an affray took place at Dayton, in which Mr. Rhoer had his skull badly injured.
He is an ardent Secessionist, was in his store conversing on the all-engrossing theme, and in speaking of some men, remarked, "they are only those who have been egged. " A man, named Blakemore, having gone through that interesting process, took the remark as personal, picked up a heavy weight and threw it at Mr. R. The man was brought here and committed to jail.
Two men were killed the other night, by the cars running over them at Edinburg, Shenandoah.
The ladies are still busily engaged at the Hall.
They had six sewing machines at work yesterday, finishing the tents for the Cavalry.
Four Confederate flags are flying before me, two of them on poles 100 feet high. De Leon.