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nts of the city. Committee. 1st District--1st street, below Cary, out west to the corporation line — George Gibson and Alexander Rutherford. 2d. From Bread to Cary, from 1st to corporation line — Abel U. Mayo and Isaac Davenport, Jr. 3d. From Broad to Leigh, from 1st to Henry — W. E. Bigelow and T. C. G. Drewey. 4th. From 1st to Brooke avenue, from Leigh to corporate limits — A. L. Edwards and J. Bunting. 5th. From Henry and Brooke avenue, west to corporation line — Roger Martin and John W. Rison. 6th. From 1st to 4th, from Broad to Penitentiary Pond — Asa Snyder and Jno Knowles. 7th. From 1st and 3d sts, from Broad to the corporate limits--Dr. John H. Ellerson and George W. Jones. 8th. From 3d to 6th sts, from Broad to the corporate limits — Wm J. Bevil and Chas W. Allen. 9th. From 4th to 6th sts, from Broad to river--Dr. G. Ball Moore and Cary Nicholas. 10th. From 6th to 8th sts, from Broad to river — T. Boudar and John F. Allen.
Fifty dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension of Jesse, slave of Rev B. W. Blain. Jesse is about 17 years of age, and medium size, very black, has a pleasant countenance, is slightly lame in one ankle from a recent sprain. He had on a military cap and jacket and a rough, charge shirt. The above reward of $50 will be paid for his delivery to me. Roger Martin, Clay st, bet 9th and 10th. ja 24--6t*