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Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 4. --A letter to the Democrat, from Somerset, on the Cumberland river, says that Haskins's Union troops, encamped near Somerset, on the Cumberland river, were attacked by the rebels who had planted artillery on the opposite side of the river, on Sunday last. The correspondent says that one rebel officer was killed, but gives no further particulars. The 37th and 38th Ohio had come to relieve Haskins, with artillery. Miscellaneous. Lieut. A. W. Haversham, late of the U. S. Navy, E. W. Johnson, of Philadelphia, and William Key Howard, of Baltimore, were arrested in Baltimore on Monday last, 1st instant. Hon. Geo. Cholwell was on the 30th ult., re-elected Mayor of Norwalk, Conn. He was the Union candidate. A prize fight took place on Long Island, New York, on Monday morning last, between two "roughs," named Dorcey and Holloway. After thirty rounds had been fought, occupying fifty-five minutes, Dorcey was declared the victor.
Ranaway.--twenty dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color; had on drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is from near Harper's Ferry; formerly belonged to Michael Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jail, so I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for de 3--tf Greenlaw & Wicks.