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Two hundred and Fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway from my place, near Richmond, a negro man named Tom Binford, about 3 years old, dark skinned, and has a scar across his forehead. He was bought of Mr. Augustus Haxall, of Charles City county, and is no doubt endeavoring to make his way to that county. For his apprehension and delivery in Richmond the above reward will be paid. S. A. Hilliard. fe 6--2awtw
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Ran away from my place, near Richmond, a negro man named Tom. Bluford, about 30 years old, dark skinned, and has a scar across his forehead. He was bought of Mr. Augustus Haxall, of Charles City county, and is no doubt endeavoring to make his way to that county. For his apprehension and delivery in Richmond the above reward will be paid. S. A. Hilliard. fe 41--Zaw4w
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Ran away from my place, near Richmond, a negro man named Tom Binford, about 30 years old, dark skinned, and has a scar across his forehead. He was bought of Mr. Augustus Haxall, of Charles City county, and is no doubt endeavoring to make his way to that county. For his apprehension and delivery in Richmond the above reward will be paid. S A Hilliard. fe 8--2aw4w
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Ran away from my place, near Richmond, a negro man named Tom Binford, about 30 years old, skinned, and has a near across his forehead. He was bought of Mr. Augustus Haxall, of Charles City county, and is no doubt endeavoring to make his way to that county. For his apprehension and delivery in Richmond the above reward will be paid. S. A. Hilliard. fe 6--2aw4w
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Ran away from my place, near Richmond, a negro man named Tom Sinford, about 30 years old, dark skinned, and has a scar across his forehead. He was bought of Mr. Augustus Haxall, of Charles City county, and is no doubt endeavoring to make his way to that county. For his apprehension and delivery in Richmond the above reward will be paid. S. A. Hilliard. fe 6--2aw4w
and robbery which has ever come under our knowledge was perpetrated about seven o'clock Wednesday night last upon Mr. Augustus Haxall, who resides in Henrico county, a short distance from this city. On arriving in the neighborhood of Screamersvill in the buggy again, when a couple of villains made a murderous assault on him and felled him senseless to the ground. Mr. Haxall does not know how long he remained in this unconscious state, but on recovering his senses his horse and buggy bad beenille, a raw hide, which he bought for $63; but soon afterwards a policeman called and stated that there was fastened to Mr. Haxall's buggy at the time of the robbery a similar article, and demanded to know from whom Jimmi had purchased it. On receiving the information he proceeded to arrest the boy, and afterwards carried the hide to Mr. Haxall, who readily identified it as the one which had been stolen from him. The case will be brought before the Mayor this morning, when it is hoped developmen
. W. Johnston. James, slave of Henry Smith, charged with stealing one axe, two aprons, and two pairs of stockings from Lucy T. Torrm, was ordered to receive twenty-five lashes, well laid on. The charge against Wilson, slave of Caroline Carter, of stealing a quantity of sugar and other articles from James Lyons, was, in consequence of its originally having been before the Mayor, put off till this morning. Charles Isaacs and Richard Barny, charged with garroting and robbing Augustus Haxall on Wednesday night last, was taken up; but, on account of the absence of important witnesses, the case was put off for a future hearing. Henry, slave of Samuel Redd, and Tom, and Patrick, slaves of Buck Davidson, charged with assaulting B. F. Grant and robbing him of an overcoat, a breastpin, and $20 in money, were called; but the Recorder, being Indisposed to take up any case which had previously been before the Mayor, put off the examination till this morning. C. J. Brown an
Mayor's Court. --On Saturday the following cases were brought before the Mayor: The case against Charles leaves and Richard Barry, charged with garroting and robbing Augustus Haxall, a few evenings since, was again postponed till this morning. Heary, Tom, and Patrick, negro shoemakers, charged with assaulting and robbing Benjamin Franklin Grant, a soldier, of an overcoat, breastpin, and twenty dollars in money, were again arraigned before the Mayor; but the testimony of witnesses falling to establish the guilt of the accused, they were discharged. The charged preferred against James Doyle, of stealing a trunk, four dress patterns, one pair of pants, one vest, and one pistol, valued at $1,500, from Samuel H. Hunt, will be disposed of this morning. Doyle is a Yankee deserter, and it is stated has already served out one term in the penitentiary. Two brothers, named Charles and Nathaniel Bates, were arrested on Friday afternoon, the first for stealing a ham of b
Mayor's Court. --James Doyle, white, charged with stealing a trunk and contents from Samuel H. Hunt, was, after a short examination of witnesses, discharged. The charges preferred against Charles Isaacs and Richard Barry, of robbing and garroting Augustus Haxall, will be examined into on Saturday next. James Williams, a paroled Yankee, charged with stealing one pistol and a hat from Wm. W. Johnson, was sent on to the Hustings Court for examination. The case of Henry Temple, a mulatto, charged with stabbing an unknown person some time since, was again postponed till this morning. George B. Wright, charged with stealing $400 in Confederate money from the store of Andrew Lockwood, on Saturday last, was, after a hearing of the evidence, discharged. The charge against William Dwyer, of being a suspicious character and trespassing upon the premises of Samuel Winfree, was disposed of by the Mayor's ordering him to be taken to the Provost for enrollment in the s
The Daily Dispatch: March 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. (search)
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Ran away from my place, near Richmond, a negro man named Tem Binford, about 30 years old, dark skinned, and has a scar across his forehead. He was bought of Mr. Augustus Haxall, of Charles City county, and is no doubt endeavoring to make his way to that county. For his apprehension and delivery in Richmond the above reward will be paid. S A Hilliard. fe 6--2aw4w
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