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Accident. --Julius Conners, a youth living in Rocketts, was yesterday thrown from a horse and seriously wounded about the head and breast. The wonder is that he was not immediately killed, as the animal, while Conners was upon the ground, planted one of his fore feet upon his body in passing over him. Medical attendance was soon after procured, and it is said that the youth's recovery is highly probable.
Notice. --One Thousand Dollars Reward.--I offer the above reward for the delivery to me, or confinement in jail so that I get them again, of four negroes: William, a black man about 55 to 60 years old, short and shout built. Mary, his wife, bright colored, and about 40 to 45 years old, and limps in walking. Shirley, their child, about 6 or 7 years old, chubby faced, and the color of his mother. Also, Napoleon, about 55 years old, light colored, moves very slow. Or I will pay in proportion for either of them. T W Pairo, Navy Yard, Rocketts, with identify any of the above, if caught and carried to Richmond. H. T. Pairo, Prince Edward county Va. My Post Office is Prospect Hill. my 21--ts