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Ranaway --From the Medical College the slave James Thornton, a Negro man about 25 years of age, 3 feet 8 or 9 inches high compactly and strongly built, weighing 160 to 175 pounds. He has a wife at Mr. Edmund Winston's, near Taylorsville, Hanover county, and may have gone in that direction. He is a shrewd, smart fellow, and will try to give a good account of himself. All persons are hereby warned against harboring him, and a suitable reward will be paid for his delivery to [jy 2--ts] F. M. Parrish.
The cotton subscriptions. --A letter from Hunteville, Ala, inform us that the planters in that region are contributing liberally of their cotton to the Confederate loan. "Three residents of our town (says the writer) subscribed 500 bales each, and Mr. Winston, of Tuscumbia, 1,000 bales. Hardly less than 6,000 bales will be subscribed in this (Madison) county."