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Fatal accident. --A fatal accident occurred at the headquarters of the Rebel Guards yesterday afternoon. It appears that two of the members, named Wm. Starling and Warren Cooper, were scuffling playfully, when a gun in the hands of Cooper was accidentally fired, striking Starling in the left Breast and killing him instantly.--Columbia (S. C.) South Carolinian, Dec. 25. Fatal accident. --A fatal accident occurred at the headquarters of the Rebel Guards yesterday afternoon. It appears that two of the members, named Wm. Starling and Warren Cooper, were scuffling playfully, when a gun in the hands of Cooper was accidentally fired, striking Starling in the left Breast and killing him instantly.--Columbia (S. C.) South Carolinian, Dec. 25.
learn from Maj. Clark, of Texas, direct from the camp of Col. Cooper, and the battle took place on the 9th on Bushy Creek, nebout 180 miles from this place, between the forces under Col. Cooper, and the enemy's under Opothleyholo, estimated at 4000 or 8000, Col. Cooper had only about 1300 men. The enemy attacked Col. Cooper about 11 o'clock, and the fight continued all dayCol. Cooper about 11 o'clock, and the fight continued all day until sun down. Col. Simms' Texas Regiment, that were in the fight, fought with great bravery, and the Choctaws, Chickasaws has taken place in the country. The enemy followed Col. Cooper several miles and attacked him with great fury. -- Col. rters were taken and dealt with in the same manner. Col. Cooper behaved with the greatest coolness and bravery. We undem which we learn that his regiment is on the move to aid Col. Cooper. Nothing has yet been heard of Capt Parks and his ct, and Col. Whitfield's battalion to the assistance of Colonel Cooper, against Opothleyholo and his Jayhawking allies.