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A Telegraphic report of Morgan's raid — Mystifying the Northern operators. G. W. Ellsworth, the telegraph operator who traveled with Morgan a portion of his Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana circuit and escaped into Virginia with that portion of the troops who succeeded in crossing the river, publishes an interesting account of the electromagnetic portion of the performance: Captain Sheldon wishing to capture the train from Louisville, we went up the road three or four miles, to a point some seven miles from Lebanon. Here, after secreting our men in the woods and putting out pickets, we awaited the arrival of the train due at 11 o'clock A. M. It was now about 8 o'clock; so again attaching my instrument, I did not hesitate to call Lebanon Junction, signing myself "Lebanon." Having destroyed the line at the bridge, I was confident that no information could be telegraphed to Louisville to hold the train. Lebanon Junction answered. I then said to him, "Good morning; happy Fourt