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e of Confederates in Owen county. The Louisville Journal save that 44 rebels from Owen county, on their way to join Col. Williams, were captured in Clerk county by some Home Guards from Winchester. There was also captured with them 44 horses, 66 Colt's Navy pistols, 44 Sharp's and Enfield rifles, and 44 sabres. The party were completely surprised while in a corn field away from their horses and arms. From Camp Wildcot. A Frankfort (Ky) correspondent of the Louisville Journal, Oct. 25, says: A man came to Danville, who said he witnessed the battle at Wildcat last Monday--that Zollicoffer's men marched into battle singing the tune of "Dixie," and retired singing the old tune of "Fire in the mountains, run, boys," &c. Another man who was at the battle, says the Indianians got about $450 in gold from the pockets of the killed Tennessee rebels. The Tennessee regiment that left camp Dick Robinson did not arrive at Wildcat until after the battle. They however s
he Federal metropolis: The City — the Barney divorce case — Munificent Donation from John C. Rives, &c. "Ura," one of the Baltimore Sun's regular correspondents from Washington city, communicates the following to that city, under date of Oct. 25: The status of things here to-day is unchanged. A sort of quietude succeeds the war's dread alarms of several days past, and the only thing breaking in upon it to-day is the occasional sound of a gun from over the river, in artillery practicithout licenses by itinerants here. They are now mostly let off with costs on taking out licenses. The Signs of Confederates--Col St. Geo. Cooke's Utah regiment, &c. "Age," another Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, dated October 25, says: A gentleman was in the city to-day who states that he was near Fairfax Court-House yesterday, and nothing was seen of the Confederates but pickets here and there. This confirms what is stated in the Richmond papers. Mr. Colme
e Exeter scored forty-nine, and the Greenmount twenty-one The game was played with much spirit. The game was played on the ground of the Pastime Club, E. G. Pittman, of that club, having acted as umpire. Dr. Henry H. Keech, D. D. S., has been appointed demonstrator of Operative Dentistry in the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, and has accepted the same, and entered upon his duties. The appointment is in every way valuable to the institution. From the Baltimore Clipper, of October 25th, we clip the following: A small German boy residing on Alice Anna street, near Wolfe street, was severely injured yesterday morning by falling into the cellar of a dwelling on Canton avenue, near Wolfe street. The cellar door had been left open and the lad making a misstep fell through the opening, cutting his face and head terribly. He was removed to the station-house, where his wounds were sewed up by Dr. Dwinell. After his wounds had been dressed and the blood washed from his f