aching this county by way of Tug river, under the leadership of Lieut. Newman; whereupon about 50 brave cavillers from the east end of the coe pursuit, and returned home, but vengeance did not stop here.
Newman and his band as they came up had captured some ten or fifteen of thutrages committed upon good and loyal citizens of that county.
Newman was in advance of the main force some miles riding beside W. H.Hendgs stepped out in fall view; a simultaneous fire occurred, and Ferdinand Newman fell dead — a rifle ball entered his brain just above the righrisoners — abandoned them and fled in wild confusion to the woods.
Newman, naturally daring and impetuous, was a willing tool in the hands ofal insignia," that graded the form of the Union chief.
He has also Newman's pocket-book, filled with effected papers from Headquarters.
Depas intelligence that this band of robbers, infuriated at the loss of Newman, have rallied, and, led by Captain Jackson, advanced again, on Mond