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The saloon of Alexander Baratta, of Fort Smith, Ark, was entered on the 16th instant and robbed of $2,500--one thousand dollars of it in gold.

Col. E. C. Bullock, of Eufaula, Ala., died at Montgomery on the 24th inst. of typhoid fever, contracted while on duty at camp.

Five or six women were arrested last week coming and going between Martinsburg and Maryland, carrying news to their friends over the river.

Col. J. A. Dice, of Rockingham county, Va., died at his residence near Otterbein on Monday last.

A religious revival is progressing at Winchester, Va.

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