The capture of the Salt Works in Kanawha.
The following telegram was received at the War Department yesterday:
Dublin, Sept. 16th, 1862.
Hon. Geo. W. Randolph
's command entered the Kanawha Salines
last Saturday morning and took possession of the salt works, closely pursuing the enemy, en route for Charleston
Salt works not much endured, a very large quantity of salt on hand; selling at thirty five (35) cents per bushel.
An order has been sent to me urging the farmers to send forward their wagons, loaded with forage, &c., and return with salt.