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Arrival of prisoners. --Three prisoners, under escort of Hon. John M. Ellyott, T. W. Porter, G. T. Magee, arrived in this city yesterday. The natures of the prisoners are as follows: Wm. Furgeson, who is accused of being a Prowess Marshal of the Lincoln Government; Clinton Buskirk and John Dille, who were Union men. John M. Ellyott was a member of the Federal Congress from Kentucky for six years. They are from Pikesville, Kentucky.
astern Kentucky. two Fights in Pike county--occupation of Pikesville by the enemy — the enemy Advancing on Virginia — great excitemento a little creek or ravine called Marrow-bone, some 16 miles from Pikesville, the county seat of Pike county. At this point, a little deep stbravery. But before they advanced very far, our men fell back to Pikesville. On arriving at Pikesville, Col. Williams ordered Capt. May, andPikesville, Col. Williams ordered Capt. May, and some other Captain, (Mr. C. falls to recollect his name,) with some 400 men, to return, and give them battle at the place named. This they dthe same day, another little fight took place, some 12 miles from Pikesville, on John's Creek. Here the enemy were endeavoring to make their Harris attacked the party referred to. Our force all fell back to Pikesville, and early on Saturday morning took up their line of march for the 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