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nder. That night she stopped at a house, where she killed a chicken, and with her teeth pulled the raw meat from the breast. She was unable to eat any of it that night, but next day tore it in strips and dried them in the sun.--She ate a little, and the remainder, with three ears of raw corn, supplied her with food till rescued. She met a mail carrier, who brought her to "Dutch Charley's" place, where she saw her two children and the remainder of the party. From that point they walked to Brown's, twenty-five miles from New Ulm, from whence Mr. Ireland was sent ahead for assistance. Mrs. Eastlick's son, who we referred to above as having his little brother in his arms, found Mr. Ireland after the fight. Mr. Ireland thought there was no prospect of escaping, and told the lad to remain with him and they would die together. The little fellow refused, saying that his mother (whom he supposed dead.) had told him to carry his brother as far as he could, and he was determined to ob
Runaways. --The following named Slaves left the Piedmont Railroad at Danville, on the 28th August: Davy--5 feet 2½ inches high, yellow, hazel eyes right arm has been broken, about 30 years old.--Bought of Wm. Borahan, of Southampton county, Va. Tom.--5 feet 6 inches high, yellow, black eyes, scar over the right eye, smiles when spoken to, about 26 years old. Bought of Peter Burchett, Prince George county. Thacker — Hired of Jesse Brown, Griffin co., N. G. A reward of $25 each for Davy and Tom will be paid, if taken within the State, and $50 each if taken in another State, and delivered to me at Danville; and the legal reward for Thacker. E. B. Welburn, Superintendent First Division Piedmont se 2--ts Railroad at Danville