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100 dollars reward --Run away from the farm of the subscriber, near Roxboro'n C of Friday the 5th last, a likely mulatto girl named Lucy, aged 17 or 18 years short thick not set and when she left was neatly attired. It is presumed that she is making her way to Richmond The above a next will be paid for her apprehension and delivery a me at the store of W B Eilison & Rro, corver of its and Franklin sts. S A Hlson fe 17--4t*
The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], The great disaster in Chill — Incidents of the catastrophe. (search)
A raid that did not pay. --There was a report a few days since that a considerable Yankee force was moving upon Ashville, in North Carolina. The News of that place, of the 11th, says of the raid that it had been known for some days that a Yankee raid from Tennessee, in the direction of Franklin, Macon county, was made last week. From the information in our possession, it was not a paying expedition. It seems a Yankee force estimated at 600 invaded North Carolina by way of the Tennessee river, and got within about twenty miles of Franklin. But Col. Thomas's Indians bushwhacked them so unmercifully that they turned at that point and hurriedly retreated, having had one captain, two lieutenants, and a number of privates killed, and a considerable number wounded. The dead they left lying where they fell, but carried off the wounded. Good for the red skins.