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ant says they speak of moving toward Hopkinsville, but from indications which he saw, his opinion is that they purpose going into winter quarters. They have 8 or 10 pieces of artillery, and about 6,000 men, all told. Lincoln Vandals at Eddyville, Ky. The Bowling Green Courier, of the 23d, says: A band of Lincoln vandals, led by P. D. Yeiser, landed at Eddyville on the 19th inst., and, true to their infamous instincts, forthwith set about gratifying their thieving propensities. Eddyville on the 19th inst., and, true to their infamous instincts, forthwith set about gratifying their thieving propensities. They entered the office of R. H. Cobb, Esq., and destroyed his desks, papers, and everything else of a destructible char acter. They knocked a large hole in his vault, but failed in their efforts to open his safe. They destroyed everything in the office of Robert Cobb, who is now first Lieutenant in Capt. Lyons's artillery company at Bowling Green. They then made a descent upon the grocery establishments, and after getting heartily drunk they loaded their gun-boat and steamed away in se