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$25 reward --the subscriber will pay $25 reward for the following properly for information that will lead to its discovery stolen from him on Tuesday by a negro boy, at the Danville depot, in whose custody he was temporarily placed, viz: a black Valisk, containing a lot of wearing apparel and $100 Confederate Coupon Bonds, number- 1587, 1588, 1599, and 1600, Issued to George Dessall, May 9th, 1862; also, a heavy drab Shawl, and an Umbrella with a white hands. The public are hereby cautioned against ding for the above-described Bonds. Any information concerning the above sub matter may be left with J. T. Taylor, Post-office Department, U. S. A. my 14--5t* Geo. Russell.
$20 reward. --A reward of $20 will be paid for the recovery of my servant boy, Taylor, who left my house about the 19th of April. He was seen to get on board of the York River Railroad cars, in company with some soluters on their way to Yorktown, who were supposed to belong to Gen Longstreet's division. Taylor is about 14 years old, rather small for his age, of dark ginger-break color, ready and smart in his address, and very sprightly in manner. Address. Francis W. Hancock, Chief Surt boy, Taylor, who left my house about the 19th of April. He was seen to get on board of the York River Railroad cars, in company with some soluters on their way to Yorktown, who were supposed to belong to Gen Longstreet's division. Taylor is about 14 years old, rather small for his age, of dark ginger-break color, ready and smart in his address, and very sprightly in manner. Address. Francis W. Hancock, Chief Surgeon 3d Division, or Dr. Jas. E. Williams, my 7--eod5t Richmond, Va.