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Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Co.,Richmond, October 5, 1864. Thirty Dollars Reward.--Ran away from the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company, on the 24th of September, James Cheatham, a negro man, twenty-eight years of age, of a gingerbread color, five feet seven inches high, stout built, and has been a brakeman on freight trains of this road. E. H. Gill, General Superintendent. oc 6--1w
Richmond and Petersburg railroad Co.,Richmond, October 5, 1864. Thirty dollars Reward.--Ran away from the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company, on the 24th of September, James Cheatham, a negro man, twenty-eight years of age, of a gingerbread color, five feet seven inches high, stout built, and has been a brakeman on freight trains of this road. E. H. Gill, General Superintendent. oc 6--1w
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Co.,Richmond, October 5, 1864. Thirty Dollars Reward.--Ran away from the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company, on the 24th of September, James Cheatham, a negro man, twenty-eight years of age, of a gingerbread color, five feet seven inches high, stout built, and has been a brakeman on freight trains of this road. E. H. Gill, General Superintendent. oc 6--1w
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Co.Richmond, October 5, 1864. Thirty Dollars Reward.--Ranaway from the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company, on the 24th of September, James Cheatham, a negro man, twenty-fight years of age, of a gingerbread color, five feet seven inches high, stout built, and has been a brakeman on freight train of this road. E. H. Gill. General Superintendent oc 6--1t*
. Yesterday, in company with General Hood and his lieutenant generals, he reviewed the army. The artillery gave him an enthusiastic reception. Last evening, at twilight, an immense concourse of soldiers assembled around General Hood's quarters to listen to a short speech from the President. For about twenty minutes he held the vast audience spell-bound; not a foot stirred, or even a whisper was heard during the time he was up until near the end of his remarks, when he said, in turning to Cheatham's division of Tennessean: 'Be of good cheer, for within a short while your faces will be turned homeward, and your feet pressing Tennessee soil.' At this the crowd could control themselves no longer, but gave vent to their joy in the most extravagant manner. President Davis was followed by General Howell Cobb, who, in a few remarks, made many happy hits and convulsed the audience with laughter. General Hood was enthusiastically called for. Slowly rising from his chair, and dashing his hat
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Co.Richmond, October, Thirty dollars Reward.--Ranaway from the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company, on the 24th of September, James Cheatham, a negro man, twenty-eight years of age, of a gingerbread color, five feet seven inches high, stout built, and has been a trains of this road. E. H. Gill. General Superintendent oc 6--1w