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Negroes for Hire. We have for hire the following description of Servants, viz: Chambermaids, Washers and Ironers; Cooks, Washers, and Ironers; Blacksmiths, Carpenters; Shoemakers; Bricklayers; Brick-Yard Hands, Laborers; Wood-Choppers, Drivers; Farm Hands, Factory Hands. Also, several superior Dining-Room Servants. Clopton & Lyne,Cor. Franklin and Wall sts. ja 20--ts Up stairs.
Runaway--ten dollars reward --From the Midlothian Coal Pits, a Negro Man named John, belonging to R. T. Farrish. He is about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high; with down-cast look dark color; about 50 years of age. He has a wife in the city, and was seen with her a few days ago. The above reward will be paid upon the delivery of the said Negro to us or to Cary Street Jail. ja 18--1w Clopton & Lyne, Ag'ts.
Runaway--$10 reward --From Jr Power's brick-yard, some time during last fall, a negro boy named William, dark color, with a scar on his face, (badly healed,) produced by the kick of a horse. Said boy is about 15 years old. It is very probable that he is in the employment of the soldiers, and passing himself off for a free boy. We will give the above reward if delivered to us or placed in Cary street jail. Clopton & Lyne, ja 19--6t Agents for Geo. W. Fitzhugh.