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tern Division of the Army. Cincinnati, June 17.--A special dispatch from Grafton says there is a gradual concentration of Federal troops in the direction of Phillippi. The report of fightin at Buchanan, with considerable loss to the Confederates, has not been authenticated A number of rifled cannon have arrived here fromition. There is unusual activity towards Cheat River. The Cenfederates are at Cheat River Mountain Gap, under command of General Jackson. A messenger from Phillippi announces that scouts have discovered that the Confederates are marching towards Phillippi, and the Federal troops there expected an attack this morning. CoPhillippi, and the Federal troops there expected an attack this morning. Col. Relly is greatly improved. Apprehended attack in Alexandria. Alexandria, June 17.--There being strong reasons to suspect an advance of the Confederates from Fairfax C. H. last night, the military here were on the alert, find every preparation was made to meet and repel an attack, but the night passed without an alarm.
Who shot Col. Kelley ? --Col. Kelley, the commandant of a portion of Lincoln's forces at Phillippi, was shot by Archey McCllntic. of the Bath Cavalry, Capt. Richards. Leroy and Foxall Dangerfield (brothers), and Archey McClintic, soldiers of the Bath Cavalry, were at the bridge when a horse belonging to their company dashed through the bridge without its rider, whereupon these soldiers attempted to cross the bridge for the purpose of seeing what had been the fate of the owner of the riderless horse, when they were met by a portion of the enemy, led on by Col. Kelley. As they met, Archey McClintic shot Kelly with a pistol. Seeing that they would be overcome by the number of the enemy, this gallant trio wheeled and retreated through the bridge. As they were retreating, they heard the enemy exclaim; "Shoot the c — d rascal on the white horse?" meaning McClintic, who had shot Kelly. They fired, and broke the leg of Leroy P. Dangerfield. As McClintic was able to unhorse the Co