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never, to my knowledge, received or spent a dollar of her money. In conclusion, I have only to say that I never shall take any notice of this affair in any manner, and it is with great reluctance that I do now. Very respectfully yours, John C. Heenan. the New York Herald on the Tribune — the Tribune Desires the capture of Scott & co — expediency of Sending a Federal vessel in search of the Nashville. We take the following spicy paragraph from the New York Herald, of the 3d inst.: The Tribune of yesterday intimates that the Nashville is fitting out at Southampton, and may, very possibly, waylay and capture the Arago, making captives of Gen. Scott, Archbishop Hughes, and Thurlow Weed. This appears mightily to tickle the philosophers of the Tribune, and they chuckle heartily at the idea of getting some of their old enemies out of the way, and safely stored between four stone walls, in some remote corner of Dixie's land. They don't care about Scott much, but
Ranaway.--$10 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 3d Inst., my slave woman Parthena. Had on a dark brown and white calico dress. She is of a ginger-bread color; medium size; the right fore-finger shortened and crooked, from a whitlow. I think she is harbored somewhere in or near Duvall's addition. For her delivery to me I will pay $10 Left my premises, about three months since, my negro slave Hanover, who is lame of both feet. He is a first-rate cook; works well in a garden, and is fond of drink. He was heard to say he was going to work for the soldiers, who may have employed him, under the belief he was free, and may now be in some camp, as he has not been heard from for several weeks. I will give $5 for his delivery to me, if taken in this city, or, if more than ten miles away, I will pay $20. de 6--ts G. W. H. Tyler.