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Lost negro Man found. --On Monday, July 7th, Conductor Taylor left in my charge a tall, well-formed, very black negro Man, supposed to be about twenty years old, with a small scar on his fore head and a scar entirely across on the outside of the right hand. He says his name is Calvin, and belongs to Quintus Cochran, of Sumter county, Ala., Livingston District. The owner of the boy will please come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take possession of him. F. J. Sampson, jy 11--1w* Gen'l Freight Ag't R. & D. R. R.
Lost negro man found. --On Monday, July 7th, Conductor Taylor left in my charge a tall, well-formed, very black negro man, supposed to be about twenty years old, with a small scar on his forehead and a scar entirely across on the outside of the right hand. He says his name is Calvin, and belongs to Quintus Corchran; of Sumter county, Ala., Livingston District. The owner of the boy will please come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take possession of him. F. J. Sampson, General Freight Agent R. & D. R. R. jy 11----1w*
Lost Negro Man found. --On Monday July 7th. Conductor Taylor left in my charge a rail, well formed, very black Negro Man, supposed to be about twenty years old, with a small scar on his forehead and a scar entirely across on the outside of the right bend. He says his name is Calvin, and belongs to Quintus Corchran. of Sumter county, Ala. Livingston District. The owner of the boy will please come forward, prove property pay charges and take possession of him. F. J. Sampson. General Preight Agent R. & D. R. H. jy 11--1w*