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Gen. Cox's Army

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-Gen. Cox and lus army, witu Liglitburn in the advance, have puslied rapidly up the Kanawha froin Charleston, and as yet have met witli no scrious opposition. Tliey will p'obably bo in Gauley to-morrow, whera Milroy is to juin him. Morgan, with a part öf his división, is at a stand-still gome six miles above Charleston, and Spears' brigade is ptill at Gallipolig, Irwn which place they liave liever moved, 'llliere is now 110 dnubt thar tlio cair.paign Western Virginia is pretty mucli end cJ f'or tliisfall. It wül be iinposible to push men over thnso ïnouiitains into Kast TennesHoe at tliis season of the year, and the project has been sibandoned, notwith standing tli;it th va thu most direct route to the relief of EaBt Tennessoe, anu the fiue turnpike roads over tho ! moiintuin-;. East Tenncssco will havo to ; look to anothcr quarter for deliveraoco. - (,'incinmiti Comiiurei l, Nov. '-i. JSSTTIic Fflderal militar autlioritics havo [evied eontributions tu the amount of S3Ö.00D on tho rebels of Ca-eyvilL-, (K)'.,), and within a ra'iius oí' ten miles of tlmt town, to reiinburso IJiiinn men for tin1 )Mes tliay bave sustained from guerrillis in Ibat vicinity. LS" r'10 supply i pa [ir rag from the South bejog wholly cut oïï, :u)d cotton waste being very soarcc, priuting paper has taken a sud'len rise from 10 cents per pound to 16 cents. Tlio prioo of books, magaüincn Sttd nowspapers must larrolv a'ivanec


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