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ome as anywhere outside of the army sun will fight a hundred fold be should they be reduced to alternative of fighting. We repeat there is no serious cause of alarm in this end of the State, and we verily be eve that there are men enough in this Congressional district, out of the ranks, to drive out all the Federals that will venture in, will o bs and pitchforks. We take the subjoined additional particulars from the Southwestern Advocacy, of May--This paper is published at Bristol, Tenn. In this place, as well as all along the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, unbounded c tement existed last Saturday and Sunday, caused by the reported advance of the enemy upon Dublin, Wytheville, and the Salt Work. The excitement was caused by the enemy advancing into mercer county, some 1,000 1,500 strong. Our small cavalry force, under Col. Jenifer, attacked them on or near Flat Top mountain, when a sharp skirmish ensured. Insisting some four or five hours, in which we had one