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R. B. Holly, Clerk. Arrest of a Yankee woman near Feliciana, Kentucky. From a letter in the Memphis Appeal, dated "Camp Beauregard, Feliciana, Kentucky, November 25," we take the following paragraph: Yesterday a lady just from Paducah was arrested near our camp and upon her person was found a large package of letters, written to our boys by their friends at home. They had been intercepted somewhere in transit, and had no doubt either been, or were intended to be, taken to PaPaducah. This fact plainly shows that Lincoln has emissaries fingering our mail. The woman had a plentiful supply of the Louisville Journal upon her person for distribution. Upon this head I may remark that Abolition papers and documents by the ton are regularly sent into Kentucky and distributed among all classes, especially the unsuspecting. Boasting of Abolition success. The following congratulatory statement, made by the Leavenworth (Kansas) Times: evidences the secret feelings th
Nashville Hanner, of the 1st inst., we take the following: Headquarters, Columbus, Nov. 28. The following are extracts from dispatches I have received to-day. The first is from a gentleman at St. Louis, the second from a friend in Paducah: First. "The enemy intend to make an attack on Columbus in 20 days, with a force of from 75,000 to 100,000 men. It you can repaired them it will have a better effect than a defeat on the Potomac. There has been Ripped from St. Louis to Cais there are 35 mortar-boats, and 8 gunboats" Second extract. "They say when they do move on Columbus, they expect to surround you and starve you into submission. I heard a responsible gentleman, who is personally acquainted with affairs in Paducah and say, that this is the calculation publicly expressed among the officers at Cairo." These extracts shadow forth correctly their plans and every effort should be made to prepare a strong force to meet them on the right and rear. No time