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r men injured in the skirmish. However, we never expect truth from the Yankees.] The steamer Pocahontas sailed hence this afternoon for Mathias' Point. It is understood that the Pawnee will follow her in the morning. The Union meeting at Lyceum Hall, in this city, was very sparsely attended to-night, probably owing in some measure to the rain. Speeches were made by Messrs. Nudernon, Upton, Martin and others. Many prominent Union men, including Messrs. Jamieson, Lewis, McKenzie, Massey and others, were not present, and Mr. Martin, one of the delegates to the Wheeling Convention, moved to postpone the election for a week, and said he was opposed to aiding the schemes of certain ambitious individuals who were endeavoring to press themselves into office. It would do injury to the Union cause. The motion was rejected. There is but one ticket to be voted for, T. Close for State Senator, and Gilbert S. Miner for Delegate. Dr. Herring, one of the Confederate prisoners