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has proved himself the man for the place; and, we learn, possesses the entire confidence of our troops.
The fortifications have been approved by all experienced military men who have examined them; and as the enemy's gunboats are not likely to ascend the Cumberland mountains, we may hope that this victory — by no means an unimportant one--is not the last that will be achieved by the heroic band who have so long and gallantly defended that post, barring the door of East Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia against the hosts of Lincoln Invaders.
Look out for Helper.
The Edgefield Advertiser says:
A correspondent addressing us from Williamston, N. C., says that the notorious Helper, of the Impending Crisis, is ascertained to have passed through that place recently from the direction of Roanoke Island.
A wounded soldier assures our informant that he saw Helper exchange gold for Confederate notes to the extent of two hundred dollars while on the island, doubtless for the pu