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Runaway --$100 reward will be paid for the delivery to S N Davis & Co of a negro boy named John. He is about 18 years old gingerbread color. He had on a black felt hat, boots lipped on the toes, and gray pantaloons, when he left Friday. He was raised in Albemarle, by Dr T J Cook. Gro Turner. ap 8--6t*
ad gone off to the Yankees. The case was dismissed. The case of Eliza Liggon, charged with stabbing Albertine Cephus, was continued till Friday. Robert Spriggs, a free negro, was ordered 25 lashes for stealing a thousand dollars' worth of paper from the Confederate States. His counsel took an appeal to the Hustings Court. Grandison, slave of Thos. Bass, but hired by Benjamin F. Berry, was ordered to be whipped for receiving the above-mentioned paper; and Edward, slave of Solomon Davis, and William, slave of E. J. Hudson, held under the same charge, were dismissed. Mrs. Flutina Myers was bound over to keep the peace in the sum of $100 for assaulting and beating with a broomstick Henrietta Nockman, a girl of fourteen. Benjamin H. Phillips, charged with obtaining money under false pretences from Michael Smith, was remanded to the custody of the military authorities, there being no person present to make a charge against him, and no evidence of any sort to autho