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scovered retreat, making, in all probability, for Gap or Gauley river. He was much alarmed, as — beside the wastage camp — flour, sugar, coffee, and other were strewn from the summit to the of the mountain, a distance of five miles enemy had thrown up no fortifications his camp, but lay for two weeks shot of our force, and completely Had this been known in time, the army would, ere this, have been on way, as prisoners, to Richmond. This is fact, inasmuch as Rosencranz enjoyed a considerable reputation as a but no military man would be of the blunder of leaving his camp for such a length of time, to any that might be made upon it, and the constantly in sight. ranging through the Yankee encamp for an hour, Gen. Lee, who arrived after Col. Savage, ordered the troops to , and thus ended the pursuit, of which rumors have heretofore reached at last advices were lying in the behind breastworks that could avail wondering whither they would --East or Wes
The Congressional election. The election for members of Congress takes place on the 6th of November, and though we have not yet had the usual evidences of political excitement, the number of competing candidates will give a lively aspect to the contest. In this district, the citizens have an opportunity of selecting from a list of five, namely: John Tyler, George W. Randolph, James Lyons, William H. Macfarland, and Baker P. Lee. There may yet be other announcements, but it is presumed that this list will furnish the representation in Congress.