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From Northern Virginia. There has been no news of any importance received from the army of Gen. Lee since our last issue. The passengers by the Central train last night state that firing was heard in the direction of Raccoon Ford yesterday morning, but the cause of it was not known. From Staunton we have a report that some apprehensions are entertained that a portion of Averill's forces were coming into the Valley from Pendleton county, through Dry River Gap, to Harrisonburg. Preparations have been made to give them a warm reception in the event they should venture across the mountains.
summary of the news they contain, which is not important: Operations of Meade's army. There is no news from Meade's army, which, it is said, is confronting Lee's army, which is said to be this side of the Rapidan. Only a few of Stuart's cavalry are beyond the Rapidan. The Philadelphia Inquirer says: On Monday Kilpaway, but always manœuvring for a good battle-field. This, we are glad to know, is Meade's forte, as he has shown by his position at Gettysburg, and his escape when Lee would have forced him to do battle on a disadvantageous field. By the latest intelligence from Washington we are led to believe that the hour of a great battle is Chattanooga as late as the 12th inst. An artillery duel between the batteries on Lookout Mountain and Moccasin Point is the only thing like news. They say that Gen. Lee has taken Bragg's army; that Gen. Hardee has been assigned to Gen. Polk's corps, and relieved General Longstreet on Lookout Mountain. The latter has gone with 1
A report from North Mississippi. --The Mississippian, extra, published at Columbus, Miss., says it has private intelligence of a fight in North Mississippi between Gen. S. D. Lee's forces and those under the Yankee Gen. Sherman. The fight was stubborn, but finally resulted in the defeat of the Yankees, with considerable loss. At last accounts Sherman was retreating. The fight took place somewhere near the line of the Memphis and Charleston railroad. Gen. Chalmers's command took part in the fight.
The drying room of the Vancluse Factory, Graniteville, S. C., was destroyed by fire on Sunday morning. The fire caught from the stove.--Loss about $20,600. Mrs. Dr. T. Diliard, of Burke county, Ga., 1(s) making a substitute for gunny bagging. It consists of the inner bark of the poplar, our of which the filling is made, and of cotton warps. Joseph Adams, of Petersburg, of company K. 12th Virginia regiment, was executed in General Lee's army on the 10th for misbehavior before the enemy. Major-Gen. Pickett and his wife were overturned in a carriage near Petersburg, Va., on Friday, the lady being slightly injured. A deserter named Samuel Webb, was shot and killed a few days since in Franklin county, Va., by one of the Provost Guard of the county. An arresian well near Cahaba, Ala., yields eight hundred gallons of water per minute. It once yielded seventeen hundred gallons per minute. The grand jury of Muscogee county, Ga., have assessed $60,000 this