HOW THE BUCKTAILS FIGHT. - Russell Ingalsby of one of the northwestern counties of this State, aged 17 years, and a member of company C, of the Bucktail regiment, is at present an inmate of one of the military hospitals at Camp Curtin. - He was in the Dranesville fight, and was wounded in the battle of Cross Keys.  In a recent letter to his sister, he says
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    David Edward Lamb is a member of the Pettit & Lamb Mercantile Company at Herington in Dickinson County. This company operates the largest department store in that county, and the firm of Pettit & Lamb had been in existence for over twenty years. Mr. Lamb's individual experiences and achievements since he came to manhood have made him a leading citizen...
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