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Ranaway--$150 reward --From Hazel Deene, the residence of the late Jos. N. Goodman, dec'd, a negro man, Wesley, He was purchased in Richmond, in 1860, of Mr. George Pannill, of Orange county, Va., and it may be that he is trying to get back in his old neighborhood. He is very black, about 22 years old, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, and will weigh about 180 pounds; no scars remembered. For his delivery to either of us we will pay one hundred and fifty dollars, or if confined in jail we will pay one hundred dollars. Our address is Columbia, Fluvanna county, Va. Robert T. Goodman, Mayo B. Carrington, oc 10--1m* Ex'ors of Jos. N. Goodman.
Ranaway--$150 reward --From Hazel Deene, the residence of the late Jos. N. Goodman, dec'd, a negro man. Wesley. He was purchased in Richmond, in 1860, of Mr. George Pannill, of Orange county, Va., and it may be that he is trying to get back in his old neighborhood. He is very black, about 22 years old, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, and will weigh about 180 pounds; no scars remembered. For his delivery to either of us we will pay one hundred and fifty dollars, or if confined in jail we will pay one hundred dollars. Our address is Columbia, Fluvanna county, Va. Robert T. Goodman, Mayo B. Carrington, oc 10--1m* Ex'ors of Jos. N. Goodman.
Franklin Stearns, of Richmond, has purchased the Home Farm of the Hon. Jeremiah Morton, lying in Orange county, Va., for the sum of $50,000.
A Tough family. --An old woman named Leathers, her two daughters, one son, and a man named Trenton Kennedy, were before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of being persons of bad character, and trespassing on the premises rented by Dr. Little for the use of his servants. The Leathers group are from the county of Orange, and not at all prepossessing in their appearance. To relieve the city of their presence, the Mayor will send them back to the county from whence they came.
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Troops Mustered in by the Yankees. (search)
North Carolina election. Raleigh, Nov. 5. --Turner's majority over Arrington in Wake and Orange counties 1,445. Turner's election thought certain.--In the 3d district Leach leads McRae in Johnson county about 300, and, including the army vote, is but little behind him in Wayne. Result doubtful. Fuller is thought to be elected over Strange and Meares in the 4th district. Not enough returns received from other districts to indicate the result.--It is thought here that Christian is elected over Ashe in the 7th district. [Second Dispatch.] Raleigh, Nov. 5. --Ramsay leads Lander about 700 in the 8th district, with Union, Cleaved, and Catawba counties to hear from. Ramsay is probably elected. Wilmington, Nov. 5.--Smith is probably elected in the first district; Bridgers in the second; the third is doubtful; Fuller probably in the fourth; the fifth is very doubtful; in the sixth Gilmer is probably elected; in the seventh too little is known to judge; in the ei
Disloyal Characters. --W. P. Gilmer, J. C. Gilmer (brothers), and D. W. Wirth, citizens, were committed to Castle Thunder yesterday on the charge of attempting to escape to the Yankees.--They were sent here from Lynchburg, and were arrested in Bristol, Tennessee. W. W. Cave, a native of Orange county, Virginia, charged with being a deserter and a suspicious character, was also committed to that institution at the same time. The accused is represented to be a man of very bad character in the neighborhood in which he lived.
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