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ir 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 saw the bodies of 14 rebels, and recognized them as East Tennesseeans. Nelson Brigade going Forward. The Louisville Journal, of the 26th ult., says: The Cincinnati Commercial learns from Mr. David Thomas, of that city, Suller of Colonel Harris's regiment, that he left Gen. Nelson at McCormack's Gap, on the road from Olympian Spring to Prestonsburg. The brigade consisted
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Fatal affray at the Tennessee River Bridge. --The Memphis Argus, of the 28th ult., has the following particulars of a fatal affray at the Tennessee river: "Intelligence reached the city yesterday of an affray between two of Captain Hailman's Guerreiss, Messrs. Enbaum and McGraw, at the Tennessee River bridge, on Saturday morning, which resulted fatally to the latter. According to the account given us by a member of the company, a quarrel had arisen between the two while they were engaged in the preparation of breakfast, and McGraw, drawing a knife, started toward Eubanm, who at once got out of his way. Returning shortly afterwards, Enbaum told McGraw that if he ran after him again he would kill him. McGraw at once drew his knife again, and advanced toward Eubaum in a threatening manner, when the latter drew a Colt's repeater and fired. McGraw fell dead, shot through the heart.