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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaways.--one thousand dollars reward. (search)
spondents with Hood's army agree that no general fight need be expected immediately, as Sherman is too far behind and has no transportation to march with rapidly. Very large supply trains have been passing up to Hood's army for the last fortnight. The enemy, under Kilpatrick, have made several desperate efforts to capture these trains, but, thus far, unavailingly. Wheeler is keeping them in check. A raid, however, is anticipated upon the Alabama and Tennessee railroad in the direction of Selma. Some of the Yankee garrisons recently captured in Northern Georgia were raw recruits, in camp of instruction, who had not yet had arms issued to them. From Mobile. In this quarter there is said to be considerable activity, though we are at a loss to know what it could be about, unless it be the extremely unhealthy state of that region at this season of the year. Missouri. The Yankee press, at last, have Price out of the way, but howl about his four hundred wagon loads
Arrest of a female spy. --A young woman, calling herself Miss Jones, was arrested in Selma, Alabama, on the 29th ultimo, charged with being a Federal spy. She had about her person a number of papers, the nature of which we were unable to ascertain, and a large amount of greenbacks. She acknowledged having two accomplices.