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. The enemy reached Abingdon at 10 o'clock that night, and caught Captain Williams in his office still at work, with some of his hands, packing up, and getting ready for removal, stores belonging department. The Yankees rushed the office, and, without parley, fired at his head, while others threw themselves upon him and knocked him considerably. He received a slight wound from the pistol ball, and several others from the sabres of the Yankee troopers — was made prisoner and to Glade Spring, and there pa The safety of the cattle collected at Abingdon is a matter of the first importance in these times of scarcity. Sherman's movements. From the following telegram, received on Monday night, it will be seen that Sherman has crossed the Savannah river and is moving northward, towards Charleston: "Charleston, January 2, 1864. "The enemy have landed in force on the South Carolina side of the Savannah river, and are driving in our pickets towards Hardeeville.