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so gave "an account of his stewardship." He told the people that all hopes of an adjustment had banished — he had exhausted all in his power for the good of the State, and he returned to tell his constituents there was no longer any chance for either adjustment or reconstruction. He was in favor of the immediate withdrawal of the State from the Northern Confederacy. Some of his friends, he stated, had insisted upon his announcing himself a candidate for Congress. He would say to the people, that he did not wish to go to an Abolition or Northern Congress, and there sit and hear his State daily abused by Black Republicans. He announced himself a candidate for re-election to the Legislature. --Green James, Esq., editor of the Valley Sentinel, also announced himself a candidate. It is thought there will be others out. W. R. Staples, Union candidate for Congress to represent this district, was announced to speak here to-day, but was detained in Craig county by sickness. Quill.