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re seems to be an impression east of this that there are few if any Yankees in the Kanawha Valley. This is a very great mistake. Their pickets are now at Cotton Hill. A paroled prisoner, belonging to the 45th Va. Regiment, has just arrived, and reports at least 16,000 between Charleston and Ganley Bridge. A vast amount of army supplies, brought in steamboats, are being accumulated at Charleston. The common soldiers made many inquiries concerning the country between the Valley and Dublin Depot, and said the latter point was their destination. That such is their design, and that they will soon move forward, no sane man familiar with the facts can doubt. The weather and the condition of the roads are inviting. They can carry supplies to Dublin as easily as we carried them to the Valley, and certainly the possession of the road is of sufficient importance to warrant the movement. I repeat it, they will try it, and that speedily. Mark the prediction. An Uncompromising Rebel.
Shooting affair. --Richard Barry was captured Saturday night and lodged in Castle Thunder, charged with shooting and dangerously wounding Samuel Crump, a soldier. The affair took place on Cary, between 17th and 18th streets, near the place known as Dublin.