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n, leaving the main road from this place to the State line open to the enemy. Since their occupation of Pikesville, they (2,000) have advanced to within two and a half miles of our State line. The excitement here is great. The militia of Buchanan turned out on the Sabbath, and commenced blockading the road some eighteen miles below their county seat. Runners from there reached here this morning calling for help. We have every reason to believe that our gallant Brigadier-General, Rees T. Bowen, will have his entire Brigade upon the line of march for the scene of conflict in a few days. The election came and went off very well. Walter Preston is no doubt elected by a handsome majority. He beat McMullen in this county over one hundred votes. Two failures occurred in this and the adjoining county of Buchanan this week--one a good one, and the other not quite so good. They failed to vote in Buchanan for President, or for a member of Congress, not knowing when it was t