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500 dollars reward. --Left my residence, near the Forest Depot, Bedford county, a Negro Man, named Eaton. He is about 27 years old, tall, and rather raw boned; dark gingerbread color; had on a soft black felt hat, and carried his winter clothes with him, which were of a greenish color. I will pay $200 if taken in the counties of Bedford or Campbell, and $500 if taken anywhere else, and placed in a place of safety, or delivered to me at my residence. Address me at Forest Depot, Bedford county, Va. Amandus M Walker. ja 2--12t*
100 dollars reward. --Ranaway from my store, on the 28th ult, my servant boy Plummer. I purchased him of Capt David N Walker, of Richmond, about three weeks ago. Said boy is about 21 or 22 years old, 5 feet 9 inches high, light gingerbread color. Had on when he left dark pants and a light blue military overcoat. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me or to any jail so that I may get him. B J Johnson. Va and N C Tobacco Agent, On Cary, between 18th and Va sts. North Carolina papers will please copy once and send bills to me. ja 1--7t*