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iven some Southern soldiers lodging, and something to eat, for which offence the scoundrelly villains dragged him from a sick bed and from the side of a devoted wife and children, carried him to Ohio, and imprisoned him in Camp Chase, and then left the old man to died of starvation and neglect. A great many refugees are here from the counties west of this, nearly all of whom have been driven from their homes by the ruthless foe and are punting for an opportunity to be revenged. General Floyd, I find, is the Idol, not only of the soldiers, but of the people throughout this region. With him as a leader, all the army here would delight in being led into Ohio and adjoining Yankee States. His presence alone here would be equal to five or ten thousand men. No Yankees are reported nearer than Nicholas C. H. Some few hundred are there with pack mules and saddles, thought to be about starting upon some thieving expedition. But the Moccasin Bangers are watching them, and woe b
Runaway. --A negro boy by the name of Floyd, had been staying with his young master at Evansport, and was taken sick and started home with a man by the name of Dr. H. E. Herst, and the train left him at Burksville, Va. The said boy is about 35 years of age, dark complexion, about 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high. His general weight is about 150 pound heavy person taking up the said boy, will have him confined in some safe jail, and I will pay all charges for his delivery to me. J. W. Alsobrooks, Mill Town, Alabama. fe 17--1m*