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Wanted — to purchase servants --1 Woman, a No. 1 Cook, Washer and Ironer, without incumbrance, young, healthy and of good character. 1 Boy of man, to act in the capacity of dining-room servant, attend an office, and anything else his master may require. 1 Boy or man, to act as Nurse and Chambermaid, if required. Apply at my residence, on 5th street, west side, between night and Jackson sts. or by note to the undersigned, in care of Messrs. James M. Taylor & Son, Auct'rs. James E. Goddin. de 17--3t
Wanted — to purchase Servants. --1 without incumbrance, young, healthy and of good character. 1. Boy or man, to act in the capacity of dining-room servant, attend an office, and anything else his master may require. 1. Woman, to act as Nurse and Chambermaid, if required. Apply at my residence on 5th street, west side between eight and Jackson or by note to the undersigned, in care of Messrs, James M. Taylor & Son Auct'rs. James E Goddin. de 17--3t
$40 reward. --Ran away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, going in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old. Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $4 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor & Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I can get them. jy 11--5t Ben. J. Williamson.
From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe July 9 --The steamer Quaker City, some armed freight vessels and several gun boats are preparing to attack Sewell's Point. A cartridge chest exploded here to-day, killing two Rhode Islanders and wounding a man by the name of Taylor. Some of the Garibaldians who deserted and went over to the Confederate lines, have returned here. They have been imprisoned, and the ringleaders will be made examples of. There is great mortality in several of the New York regiments, which is attributed to excessive drinking.
$40 reward. --Ranaway, sometime in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, going in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.-- Washington is quite black, about five foot six inches high. and about twenty-five years old. Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same agenda height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor &Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I can get them. jy 11--5t Ben. J. Williamson.
of Texas cavalry went up this morning from Washington. From Alexandria. Alexandria, July 8. --Reports from all the camps and outposts represent all quiet today, and no movement whatever has yet been made. The weather is intensely hot. Locomotive No. 160, which was sunk in the Potomac some weeks ago, has been successfully raised and brought ashore in a slightly damaged condition. A flag of truce. Washington, July 8. --The latest report from Arlington is that Major Taylor, of New Orleans, arrived at the camp of the 8th New York Regiment this afternoon. under a flag of truce, with dispatches for President Lincoln. He was detained there, awaiting further orders, and was last from Manassas. unction. It may be proper to state that the visit of the Hon. Henry May to Richmond was not superinduced by the Government, and it is at least probable the dispatches brought under the Flagg of truce are from him. Their character has not transpired. Affairs at M
$40 reward. --Run away, sometime in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, going in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old. Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor &Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I can get them. jy 11--5t Ben. J. Williamson.
$40 reward. --Ran away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, going in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old. Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor & Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I can get them. jy 11--6t Ben. J. Williamson.
Gov. Letcher. --A few days since the Governor, while stopping in Staunton, received from some of his admirers in that town an excellent horse, which cost three hundred dollars. Rev. Mr. Taylor presented the charger with an appropriate address, and His Excellency returned his thanks for the gift in a becoming manner. Our informant states that an immense concourse were present on the occasion. The Governor returned to this city yesterday evening.
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