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cars, passengers, conductor, engineer, and train hands, lost in amazement at this unparalleled and daring outrage. Some distance above they tore up the track and cut down the telegraph wires and went on, stating to those who inquired who they ware, or what such an unusual train meant, that they had some car loads of powder, and that the engine and train had been pressed that morning by the Government in great haste to carry the powder to our forces near Huntsville. They arrived at Kingston, where they met the down freight train and want upon the turn- out — showing that they understood the schedule and minutest workings of the road. As the train passed them, the conductor thereon made the same inquiry of them concerning the unusual train, and received the same answer — taking powder to Gen. Beauregard's army. As soon as the down train passed, and the switch could be changed, they shot away with all their speed and mystery. We learn that a train had been put in pursuit