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ts were fired upon the men by Confederates from concealed position, without effect. A scouting party were sent out and some five or six of the party with arms in their hands were captured and brought into camp. Among the rest were three of the Poe family, father and two sons. A large number of prisoners were being brought into camp every day by the scouts, and active preparations were being made to clean out the guerilla who are infesting the mountains. A sad accident occurred near Mannington on Saturday night by which two soldiers of the 20th Ohio regiment were probably killed. They were standing guard upon the track and both fell asleep. The train came along, and passed directly over their bodies, killing one man instantly and inquiring the other so that he cannot recover. Movement of troops. The fleet of steamers which left Bellaire a few days ago conveying the Ohio 17th and 19th regiments, as we all supposed to Kanawha, stopped at Parkersburg, and the two regimen