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Ranaway --From the subscriber, a negro men named Lewis, who has been employed for some months past as a hand at the Ship-Lock. Lewis Is from the Eastern Store of Virginia. He is a mulatto; about 25 years of age; with long, black hair; and in height about five feet ten inches. The legal reward will be paid for his delivery to me, at the Ship Lock. Joseph A. Hopking, no 9--3t* Keeper of the Ship Lock.
a little girl, was convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for life. The Columbia South Carolinian understands that the authorities of that city have agreed with the Secretary of War to allow the care of one hundred and fifty Yankee prisoners in the district jail, and that a company will be immediately raised to guard them. An infant two months old was killed in New Orleans a few days ago, by its mother accidently rolling upon it while asleep. The first Old School General Assembly composed of the churches of the Confederate States, was held in Augusta, Ga., on the 4th inst. Of the thirty-eight locomotives on the Nashville and Louisville Railroad, the Southerners have seized thirteen. Dr. John W. Lewis, late Superintendent of the Western and Atlantic Railroad, has been elected Superintendent of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad. The Columbus (Ky.) Confederate News announces in its last issue that after that date the paper will be discontinued.