Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1863., [Electronic resource].
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Tory Outrage in Western North Carolina. --On Thursday night, 8th inst., a band of to from the mountains of East Tennessee, and Laurel, N. C., attacked the village of Marshal, Madison county, N. C., taking the citizens prisoners, and robbing the whole town of whatever valuables were moveable. When they left they said their next raid would be upon the armory at Asheville, N. C., A force of 300 men, under Col. Allen, of the 64th N. C. regiment, has been sent from Knoxville, to capture the marauders.
Notice--$5 Reward --Left my house, on or about the 10th instant my negro boy Charles, a bright mulatto; an and smart boy, hired last year at the Hotel. I have no doubt he is lurking about the city or waiting in some of the hotels. For the apprehension I will give the above reward. E. D Racho. ja 17--3t.
Hon. John Bell. --The correspondent of the Journal and Messenger, writing from Rome, under date of the 19th ult. says: At Rome I had the pleasure of meeting with the Hon. John Bell, who has been driven from his home and estates in Tennessee, and is now living with his family in a modest little village near Rome. Mr. Bell is quite advanced in years, and yet looks ruddy and hale. He is truly a fine looking old gentleman and of most agreeable presence. He is by no means hopeful of a speedy termination of our troubles. Mr. Bell has two sons in the army. I met with one of them at Rome.
Fifty dollars Reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 20th December last, my negro man Patrick. He is about 18 years of age, about five feet, seven inches high very black, large thick lips, his undernose turns entirely over, and large feet and . He has been engaged in driving from my farm in Henrico, to the city of Richmond for several years past.--He may be lurking about the city, some of the camps around. I will give the above reward for his apprehension and return to me. Thomas S. Carter. ja 17--2awts