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--Col. Tappan reported the following list of killed and wounded, in the Arkansas Regiment, at the recent battle in Missouri, opposite to Columbus, Ky. Killed--Messrs. Sanford, Fulkerson, Flynn, Harris, Lamb, Rose, Wagner, Morgan, Miller, Watkins, Flippen, Orga, Morris, and Carrigan. Wounded--Messrs. Gamble, Harron, Noble, Robertson, Cook, Wilkinson, Hill, Cummings, Hyde, Darcus, James Smith, Charles Smith, Hegland, Bismouth, Sands, Ragland, Penix, Moody, Hughes, Hawkins, Busby, James and William Bcusalle, Dalton, and Leon. Missing--Twenty-three are reported missing. A participator in the fight says he saw only one man of Marks's Regiment in a dying condition, and he was an Indian. The Regiment was only engaged in pursuit of the vandals. The Lincolnites numbered 7,000, and were picked men, but they were badly whipped. A telegraph from Deara, Ark., received yesterday, says that Gen. Borland expected an attack at Pocahontas every hour from 7,000 Federal
Ranaway--ten dollars reward, and all expenses paid --My old di her and wed-digger, Robert James, is off again. I will pay ten dollars, and all expenses, for his apprehension and delivery to me. no 6--6t* James Lyons.