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ely above suspicion. We learn but little in regard to Anderson, though it was commonly reported that he was in active communication with the enemy previous to his arrest; but the others are declared to be notorious as guides, and spies of the Lincolnities Jasse Fellows is a deserter from Capt. in Augustus Bailey's company, the Rifles, and Alexander or "Zan" (vs he is generally called) was a member of a Union Home Guard formed on creek, in Fayette county, the Captain of which is now with Rosencranz and Cox. "Zan." faloted the first Yankee squad to Fayeate Court-House, and, our correspondent assesers, was specially active in pointing out to their invaders of his county every man who had made himself prominent or useful in behalf of the South, and was the cause of the arrest and imprisonment of several citizens. In one instance he guided fourteen Yankees to the house of an aged and highly respectable man, whose sons are all officers in the Confederate army; and under his direction, br