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ch. The prisoners are confined in the guard house. "Nobody hurt" on our side. The enemy, before this post was established, had been in the habit of roaming over the county as he pleased, but now he has to confine himself to close quarters at Phillippi, from which place we can distinctly hear his sundown and daybreak guns. We hear daily of the movements of the enemy, but as there are so many rumors afloat, I will not mention any of them. You can rest assured, however, that the proper authoris section are very much tainted with Unionism, and have to be watched very closely; but there are a number of honorable exceptions, who deserve credit for the zeal they display in aiding the military authorities. The enemy is stationed at Phillippi, with a force estimated at 7,000 men, and are said to have entire control of the place. Most of the men suffer very much from having to sleep on the naked ground, with the canopy of Heaven for a covering, and, unless the State furnishes th
Doings in the Northwest. --The correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, under date of June 23d, furnishes the subjoined items from Grafton, Va.: The Confeds are getting "sassy." At Phillippi the pickets keep up a constant skirmish, and yesterday one of the guards of an Indiana regiment was killed while on duty. Last night three privates in Company I, Ohio Twentieth, were shot at the first station west of Glover's Gap, where they were guarding the Baltimore and Ohio Road. They o of them, it is feared, mortally wounded. To-day, when the artillery were out practising, but a little way from here, over the northern hills, they were fired into by a mounted scout of the rebels, who had pushed out that far on the road from Phillippi. Some of our Ohio boys are after them, and it is hoped will bring them in. The pickets report this evening that they have been fired upon. Lieut. Hamilton, with ten men of Company K, Ninth Indiana Regiment, went out to-day and captured fi