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me acts of violence, such as placing obstructions on the railroad track, cutting the telegraph wires, house burning, &c., Judge Lynch did not preside; but those arrested were permitted to remain boarders at the "County Hotel" for a while. Andy Johnson and a Mr. Nelson were there, but remained in "close quarters." A Reverend gentleman addressed a few remarks to the assemblage, after which the vote was taken to ascertain whether it was the wish of the audience to hear Johnson and Nelson speakJohnson and Nelson speak, which resulted in an almost unanimous refusal, only three or four in favor of hearing them. Politics are virtually dead. The wheat crop, not withstanding so much wet weather during the winter and spring, looks fine, oats ditto. Farmers are generally done planting corn. Many of them, both old and young, spend a large portion of their time in drilling. The South is invincible, and ere a certain Scott executes his reputed designs, he will have to eat many a "hasty plate of soup," or bec