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June 25th (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --Released from the jail in the county of Charlotte, by the Yankee raiders, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pays the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or secured in any way so I can get him. Address. Mrs. E. F. Guthery, Charlotte Court-House, Va. au 9--3aw2w*
Claiborne (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --Released from the jail in the county of Charlotte, by the Yankee raiders, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pays the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or s on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pays the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or secured in any way so I can get him. Address. Mrs. E. F. Guthery, Charlotte Court-House, Va. au 9--3aw2w*
E. F. Guthery (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --Released from the jail in the county of Charlotte, by the Yankee raiders, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pays the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or secured in any way so I can get him. Address. Mrs. E. F. Guthery, Charlotte Court-House, Va. au 9--3aw2w*
Charlotte (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --Released from the jail in the county of Charlotte, by the Yankee raiders, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pays the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or secured in any way so I can get him. Address. Mrs. E. F. Guthery, Charlotte Court-House, Va. au 9--3aw2w*
Charlotte Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --Released from the jail in the county of Charlotte, by the Yankee raiders, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pays the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or secured in any way so I can get him. Address. Mrs. E. F. Guthery, Charlotte Court-House, Va. au 9--3aw2w*
For Hire, a negro man who has had long experience as a House Servant, and of good character. Clopton & Lyne. Office corner Wall and Franklin streets. au 11--3t
For Hire, a negro man who has had long experience as a House Servant, and of good character. Clopton & Lyne. Office corner Wall and Franklin streets. au 11--3t
James M. Wayt (search for this): article 2
For Hire, a first-rate Chambermaid, of good character, by the month, for her board. Apply to James M. Wayt. At the Richmond Post-office. au 10--3t*
For Hire. a good Dining-room Servant; well-disposed and trustworthy; would suit, also, to attend on a store or office. Apply to Dr. Joynes, Franklin street, third door above Seventh. au 10--2t*
McCausland (search for this): article 1
nded over to the enemy. Our informant, who gives us these particulars, is at a loss to account for Anderson's conduct, as in the army he was considered an officer of bravery and honor. In Petersburg, yesterday, there was nothing new. There was no shelling of consequence. The explosion which occurred on Tuesday was within the enemy's lines, on the City Point road, and was caused probably by some of Grant's mining material being unintentionally let off. The rumored disaster to General McCausland's command was unfounded. He has returned to Romney, having accomplished what he was sent for. He was ordered to obtain one hundred thousand dollars in gold as a ransom for Chambersburg, (in retaliation for the property destroyed by Hunter in the Valley during his raid), or in default of that to burn the town. The gold was not paid, and the town was fired--two hundred and fifty-four houses being destroyed. Hunter's raid will cost the Yankee nation more towns than this one. There hav
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