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Three hundred dollars reward. --Left my house on the night of the 6th of the present month tree Negroes: Jim, about 18 years old, black, slow of speech and not very well grown. Red. 17 years of age, of ginger-bread color thick lips, quite intelligent, and quick spoken and polite. Milton, 16 years old, small for his age, large eyers, sharp features and rather indifferent looking. I think they have gone to King William, in order to get with the Yankees. I will pay $100 for each of them. W. L Harrison. Richmond, June 9 1863. je 10--4t*
ght near Franklin A dispatch has been published giving a brief Yankee account of a fight between the Confederate and their cavalry, near Franklin, Tenn. A dispatch from Murfreesboro', dated the 4th, says: The rebels have been reconnoitering on our front. Yesterday Wheeler appeared on the Manchester, and this morning on the Shelbyville road. Brisk skirmishing has been kept up all day. The Second Indiana cavalry, on picket duty, was first attacked, and the Thirty ninth Indiana. Col. Harrison, of the first brigade of Gen. Davis's division, was subsequently sent to their assistance. The rebels were driven about a mile. Our loss was only one man killed and several wounded. The Fourth cavalry was engaged at the same time on the Middletown road. In this last fight seven were killed and wounded. Col. McCook reports hearing heavy firing in the direction of Triune. Gen. Granger telegraphs that Gen. Baird, of the 85th Indiana, in command at Franklin, was attacked to-d