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at J. H Smurr, recently convicted by Court Martial for acting as a guide and spy for the enemy last year in the Valley, and who was on the road to the Penitentiary at Richmond, was found hung to a tree dead on the road to his destination. He was sent from Gen. Johns's headquarters. It is not known at whose hands he met his death. It was generally believed best to put him out of the way. Two negro men, belonging to Dr. Hamsbeyer and J. C. Kite, of this county, were drowned in the Shenandoah river a few days since. There were four of them in a boat crossing the river, when the boat cap, and two escaped and two were drowned. They were very valuable negro men, and are a great loss. The dwelling house of Mr. Alex. Kyger, near Port Republic, in this county, was destroyed by fire a few days since. The loss falls heavily on a worthy citizen. The burn of Mr. Jacob Dundore, in this county, was destroyed by fire a few days since. The burn was full of bay, which was consumed,