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Wanted. --forty Negroes wanted immediately — good hands — to aid in saving a sugar crop during the next four months, in the interior of Louisiana, above Baton Rouge. Men preferred at $1 per day and found; women in proportion. An excellent opportunity is offered for that force, permanently, on shares, on the place, in full operation. I refer to the members of the old house of Dunlop, Moncure & Co., Richmond Direct to A. A. Williams, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. se 9--
Five dollars reward. --Left Manchester, about the last of September, my girl Jane. She is a little girl, about 12 years of age, stout built, white spot in one eye, don't remember which. The above reward will be paid if left at Dunlop. Moncure & Co.'s Mills, Manchester, or to Mr. Hitchcock, on 14th st. oc 22--3t* Lawrence Moody.
inia--Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Philadelphia, alien enemies. Edward M. Kerr — William J. Kerr, alien enemy. John and James Turner — New York and Richmond Coal Co., alien enemies. Bank of Virginia--Mary Chew, alien enemy. Farmers' Bank of Virginia — Isaac G. Peck alien enemy. Bank of Virginia--David Waring, otherwise called David Visels, of Scotland, alien enemy. Richard G. Morries — Chas. M. Fry, Chap man J. Leigh, and Overton M. Price, alien enemies. Dunlop, Moncure & Co.--E. Blackburn & Co., and others, alien enemies. Sampson & Pac — Morris, Wheeler & Co., and others, alien enemies Bank of Virginia--Caroline M. Stanard, alien enemy. Julia W. Wood, alien enemy. Caroline M. Stanard alien enemy. Chas. B. Dungan, alien enemy. Lymon, Sears & Co., alien enemies. Henderson & Triekels, alien enemies. Atwood & Co., alien enemies. Catlin, Leavitt & Co., alien enemies. Chas.E. Triekels, alien enemy.
Flour. --Extra and Superfine Flour, of superior quality. for sale in quantities to suit by no 5--1w Dunlop, Moncore & Co.
Family Flour --Of superior quality, for sale in quantities to suit, by no 5--1w Dunlop, Moncure & Co.
Confederate States district Court. --In this Court, yesterday, an order was entered in the suit of the Confederate States against Dunlop, Moncure & Co., directing them to pay over to the Receiver a sum of money amounting, in the aggregate, to $6,167,31, due by them to the following alien enemies: E. Blackburn & Co., Mitchell & Allen, Asa Oates, Schleismyer &c Blamerhal, Sarah Furber, Byron Ford, and Mary A. Matteson. The Grand Jury (Judge D. A. Wilson, foreman,) yesterday had under consideration the charges preferred against certain parties for passing counterfeit Treasury notes, and other offences, and reported as follows: Wm. Y. Hughes, an indictment for felony, a true bill. Louisa Tatum, an indictment for felony, a true bill. Baldwin, a slave, an indictment for a misdemeanor, a true bill--(stealing a letter from the post-office.) Henry T. Tatum, an indictment for felony, not a true bill. Robert Jones, a slave, an indictment for felony, not a tru
Runaway. --$20 Reward paid for the delivery at our office or at our Mill in Manchester, of our absconding slave Di K. Bryant. Dick is about 5 feet 8 inches high, light gingerbread color, and about 19 years old. lack had on when he left, a brown frock coat, dark pantaloon; and black Russian hat. Dunlop, Moncure & Co. no 19--6t
Runaway. --$10 Reward — Let Manchester about the last of September, my girl, She is a little girl about 13 years of age, stout built, very flat nose; has a white spot one eye, don't remember which. There is reason to believe that she is in the city, as she has been seen there. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me at Messrs. Dunlop, Moncure &Co. Mill in Manchester, or secured in jail so that I can get her. P. O.--Persons are warned not to harbor her. Lawrence Moody. no 19--6t*
Runaway.$10 reward --Left Manchester about the last of September, my girl, Jane. She is a little girl about 13 years of age, stout built, very flat nose; has a white spot in one eye don't remember which. There is reason to believe that she is in the city as she has been seen there. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to me at Messrs. Dunlop. Moncure & Co.'s Mill in Manchester, or secured in jail so that I can get her. P. S.--Persons are warned not to harbor her. no 19--ct* Lawrence Moody.
Runaway.--$20 reward. --will be paid for the delivery at our office or at our Mill in Manchester, of our absconding slave, Di K Brya Dick is about 5 feet 8 inches high, lightning color, and about 19 years old. Dick on when he left, a brown frock coat, dark and black Russia hat. no -- Dunlop, Moncure & Co.
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