One hundred Dollars reward.
--Ranaway from the Exchange Stables
, (late Davis
's) on Sunday morning last, the 4th instant, negro man named Tom. Tom is a short man about five feet three or four inches high; pale yellow color; dark sandy, hair, rather bushy; light moustache and whiskers; square made; a little bow legged, and has a determined vicious countenance.
He had on when he left a white slouched last and light pantaloons.
He sometimes wore a blue shirt, with along neck-handkerchief and a soldier's blue overcoat, with cape.
He had with him a bundle containing two blankets, a new black sack coat
and other clothing.
I will give the above reward of fined for his delivery to me at my stables, or secured in any jail in Richmond
, that I may get him again.
Tom was recently purchased of Col. Wilcox
of Charles City county
He may be asserted somewhere in the city, but it is most likely he will make his way to Charles City
and the Yankee
If taken out of the city, and conveyed to me. I will give $600 reward for him.