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he products of their the its in buggies and express wagon. He says, and our scouts who were in at the death confirm the story, that some of them had their carpet sacks full of greenbacks, jewelry, and watches. Our scouts say they saw our boys ordering them to shell out the greenbacks, which they did with evident reluctance. The Cincinnati Commercial gives some reasons why the raid of Morgan was so successful: We have never believed that Morgan, after having crossed the Ohio at Brandenburg, would succeed in getting back again into Kentucky with anything like the force he brought into Indiana and Ohio; but we must say, knowing what preparations had been made to take him, that we did not expect he would have succeeded in traveling the distance he has without being checked at some point by our forces. General Bolely on the militia to stop Morgan and impede his way until Hobson could overtake him, and there was great difficulty in organizing and moving these raw forces. M