. S. Shepaid, $1; Mrs. Alex'r Hogg, $1; Mrs. W. L. Hargrave, 25; Mr. J. B. Staughter, $1; Mrs. M. Harrison, 25; Miss Nannie Harrison, 25; Mrs. W. P. Beaman, $2; little Annie Beaman, $1; little Sallie Beaman, $1.
Articles for Yorktown Hospital Contributed by ladies of Murfreesboro', N. C.
Mrs. S. J. Wheeler, 2 sheets, 3 pillow cases, bundle of linen; Mrs. N. Rea, 1 quilt; Mrs. J. M. Trader, 1 counterpane; Mrs. J. V. Lawrence, 4 sheets, 4 pillow cases, 5 bottles cordials and jellies; Mrs. F. Johnson, 1 mattress; Mrs. M. M. Wise, 2 mattresses; Mrs. P. S. Williams, 2 pillows, 4 pillow cases, 2 sheets, 2 towels; Mrs. J. J. Yeats, 1 bottle blaskberry cordial; Mrs. W. P. Beaman, 2 sheets, 3 pillow cases, linen, 1 mattress; Mrs. R. S. Parker, 2 calico spreads; Mrs. J. W. Southeli, 2 sheets, 2 pillow cases, bundle linen; Miss Sally Futrell, 2 sheets, 3 pillow cases; Mr. J. J. Vaughan, 2 bottles port wine.
Very respectfully yours,
P. E. Hines,
Surgeon to the Hospital.
Under the flaming head of a "Bloody Battle in Western Virginia--Retreat of Gov. Wise," the Associated Press reporters publish the following:
Philadelphia, July 31.--The New Ytern Virginia, of a rumored fight between Col. Tyler, with a force of 3,000 volunteers, and ex-Governor Wise, at the head of 7,000 Confederate troops, at Bellston.
Six hundred Federal and 1,500 Confederate troops were killed and wounded, and Gen. Wise was retreating.
Whereon the Baltimore South remarks:
These fellows have slain Wise and dispersed his forces so often, that we wonder atWise and dispersed his forces so often, that we wonder at their assurance in speaking of him as "still in the flesh," and capable of fighting a battle and making a retreat.
We have not been able to find Bellston either on the map or in the latest Gazetteerh a fight, the former must be somewhere on the road between Charleston and Lewisburg, along which Wise was at last accounts retreating to effect a junction with General Floyd, and the details of the b