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Five Hundred Dollars Reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, about the 26th instant, a Negro Boy, named John. He is about five feet five or six inches high; black; about twenty years old; quick spoken; was raised by the Rev. Mr. Trice, of Caroline county; he was dressed in a blue suit of clothes. I will give the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to Messrs. S. N. Davis & Co., of Richmond, or for his confinement in any jail so that I get him again. Alexander Y. Goodman. no 1--15t
om it, which will give its tenor and spirit. On the "negotiation" question, he says: There is reason to fear that President Lincoln, if re-elected, and President Davis, whose passions are inflamed against each other, may never be able to agree upon terms for the commencement of negotiations, and that the war must continue toat the wish of Georgia, as expressed through her Legislature, has not been respected in this particular. Such a direct sender, made through commissioners, by President Davis to President Lincoln would place the question fairly and properly before the States and people of the North for discussion and action. Had it been done month to do with the future course and conduct of the war. It may be said, however, that the proposition to settle our difficulties upon there terms, made by President Davis to President Lincoln would be a letting down of the dignity of our Government, and might be construed as an evidence of conscious weakness on our part. I con