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hwestern Virginia, are still in motion, having met with no check. They are believed to consist of five thousand mounted men, under Stoneman. It will be recollected we stated yesterday that, on Thursday morning, at 9 o'clock, they had reached Glade Spring, taking the people there by surprise and capturing all of the railroad employees, with one exception; and that at last accounts, a portion of them were advancing up the railroad in the direction of Marion. Information was received here yesterday that the main body had left the railroad at Glade Spring and started towards the salt works, six miles distant; and that the smaller party, previously mentioned, had passed Marion and were advancing on Wytheville, which is fifty-five miles this side of Abingdon. The object of this party is, doubtless, to break up the railroad, and thereby prevent reinforcements from being sent from the east to our troops at the salt works. They will, of course, destroy as much property as possible along th