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l pains to make up the largest imaginable stories. It is time that newspapers should become more careful in publishing just anything that scribblers may choose to write. Yesterday evening a "spy" was arrested here. That makes two, and it Abraham wants his men gathered in in regular order, he can send them along. We will try and keep an eye on the chaps, and they can look out for the "nabbers." Col. Arthur C. Cummings was yesterday assigned to the 2d Regiment from the county of Rockingham. He appears to be a nice, gentlemanly man, and during the alarm he was perfectly cool, and seemed to take things in a manner which shows him to be a good soldier. It is to be hoped that he will be fully acceptable to his men. Our regiment is yet sore under the loss of their late Commander, Col. S. B. Gibbons. Col. G. is an officer with few superiors, and unless to gratify some malice somewhat, it is impossible to see why he should be turned out of his place, in the face, too, of the prot