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A bull run-off affair. --The train on the Central Railroad which left this city at 11 o'clock on Wednesday morning last, came in contact with a bull on the track about 120 miles from the city, by which the engine was thrown from the track and much damaged.--The evening trains, both from Macon and Savannah, were detained until eight o'clock yesterday morning, by which time the workmen had erected a temporary track around the damaged locomotive, which could not be immediately moved. In consequence of the delay the train due here yesterday morning at half-past 7 did not reach the city until about four o'clock in the afternoon.--Savannah Morning News, Sept. 12th.
of injury, cannot at present be known. The ball entered the right shoulder and passed through. Yankee frigates off Fort Macon. The Wilmington (N. C.) Journal, of Sept. 14th, says a letter had been received in that city from the camp of the 7th Regiment N. C. State troops now stationed at Fort Macon, under date of the 12th inst., which says that two large steam frigates have been lying off the camp for several days past, and on the 11th a large vessel was seen within long range of the shore; but on the morning of the 12th she up anchor and steamed off out of range, sending back a parting shot which fell in the water some distance from shore. A Female Warrior. The Memphis Avalanche, of Sept. 12, says: One of the Louisiana companies in the battle at Manassa lost its captain. The company then unanimously elected the wife of the deceased to fill his place, and the lady, in uniform, passed through the city yesterday, on her way to assume command of her company.