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100 Dollars Reward For a negro woman named She left my house on the 14th of May; 21 years of age, her mother belongs to Mr. Atkinson, Church Hill, Richmond. She may be about there. I will pay the above reward for her confinement, so I can get her. Her complexion dark. Oliver Garthright, Henrico county. my 16--2t*
The raiders that came to Richmond. Glen Allen. Henrico co, May 14, 1864. To the Editor of the Dispatch: Owing to travel having been temporarily suspended on the railroad by a portion of the track having been burned by the vandal raiders on Wednesday morning last, it has been somewhat difficult to apprize your readers of said raiders' depredations in these parts, and although in this brief account I must necessarily omit many interesting details, yet enough may be written to prove that the Yankees have lost none of their thieving propensities, or that any one portion of the grand army are more moral or honorable, or braver than their brethren in arms in other sections of the grand campaign. On Wednesday morning, about 5 o'clock, a servant man from Dr John M Sheppard's, residing about a mile from this place, came down breathless with the intelligence that an immense cavalry force (say 15,000 men) were at his master's, and would soon be here, making, by the way, the t