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ing two shots at him.--Favored by the approaching darkness, the prisoner contrived to make his escape, while the other one was lodged safely in jail. From Greensburg. The Louisville Journal publishes the following paragraph: After Gen. Ward fell back twelve miles from Greensburg to Campbellsville, he dispatched oneGreensburg to Campbellsville, he dispatched one hundred and fifty cavalry about two o'clock on Saturday to reconnoitre the abandoned position, explore as far as possible, and as certain the numbers and location of the Confederates, intending to attempt a return yesterday, but the cavalry had not returned in the morning, when our informant left. Gen. Ward has about 2,000 regul Cols. Grider, Harlan, Anderson, and Hobson. The Home Guards are principally from Marlon and Washington counties. C. Grider, with three companies, visited Greensburg on Saturday night. They entered boldly — the Colonel telling the citizens to prepare accommodations for three thousand Federal troops, who were just outside the