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$100 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber my boy Henry, for whose apprehension and delivery to E. H. Stokes, of this place, or for his confinement in any jail, so that I get him again, I will pay the above reward. Henry is about 23 years old, black, about five feet three inches high, and has rather a down look when spoken to. Had on when he left black coat and pants, and black felt hat. He has been seen near Bristol, on the Manassas Gap Railroad, and near Cub Run Bridge. He may be lurking around Dumfries or Richmond. T. D. Carter, ja 23--1m* for Dr. England.
$100 Reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber my boy Henry, for whose apprehension and delivery to E. H. Stokes, of this place, or for his confinement in any jail, so that I get him again, I will pay the above reward. Henry is about 23 years old, black, about five feet three inches high, and has rather a down look when spoken to. Had on when he left black coat and pants, and black felt hat. He has been seen near Bristol, on the Manassas Gap Railroad, and near Cub Run Bridge. He may be lurking around Dumfries or Richmond. T. D. Carter, je 23--1m* for Dr. England,
draw General Grant hence by invading Pennsylvania." It is further stated that Mr. Wallace lost his wife and child in Petersburg a short time since by the explosion of a Yankee shell. The Petersburg Express is inclined to think the enemy has been imposed upon by this man Wallace. The editor of that paper never heard of him before, nor of the tragic event by which he professes to have lost his wife and child. Kentucky. Twenty-odd Kentuckian, from Fleming county, passed through Bristol, Virginia, a few days ago, to join our forces. They report great excitement in their State on account of the approaching draft, and say that hundreds more may be expected out in a few days. It is stated, further, that many of the merchants in Kentucky, bordering on our lines, are packing up their goods and refusing to sell them for greenbacks; that a hundred dollars in "Confed" will buy more there than three hundred will here. Southwestern Virginia. It is stated that Brigadier-General
Fatal shooting Affray. --On Saturday last, Mr. A. K. Moore, of Bristol, Virginia, was shot and instantly killed by Captain Dennett, assistant quartermaster at that place. Some altercation occurred between the parties, when Mr. Moore struck Captain Dennett--the latter, drawing a pistol, fired with the fatal result stated. Mr. Moore was a highly-respected citizen, and some years since was the editor of the Petersburg Intelligencer.
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