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ngton was headquarters, I cut Frankfort off. Midway was called. I answered and received the following: "Lexington, July 15. "To J. W. Woolums, Operator Midway: "Will there be any danger in coming to Midway? Is everything right? Tayl man by the name of Taylor. He said Taylor was conductor. I immediately gave Taylor the following reply: "Midway, July 15. "To Taylor, Lexington: "All right — come on — no signs of any rebels here. "Woolums," The operator ir finished, when Lexington called Frankfort. Again I answered and received the following message: "Lexington, July 15, "To Gen. Finnell, Frankfort: "I wish you to move the forces at Frankfort on the line of the Lexington railroadrator." In about ten minutes Lexington again called Frankfort, when I received the following: "Lexington, July 15. "To Gen. Finnell, Frankfort: "Morgan, with more than 1,000 men, came within a mile of here and took the old Fr