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100 dollars Reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson. Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
ening Journal, under date of 29th ult., says: A large portion of the Army of the Potomac is going to Chattanooga. You may not deem it expedient or proper to publish this, but I send it to you nevertheless. The 11th and 12th army corps, Gens. Howard and Slocum, from the Rappahannock, have been passing through the city on the cars to-day, yesterday, and the day previous, and by this time are well on their way to Nashville.--They are expected to reach Chattanooga by the early part of next week at the farthest. It is stated that the 3d army corps from Meade's army is also on its way the way westward. Gen. Howard and Staff, also Carl Shutz and Staff, passed through here last night. Miscellaneous. On Tuesday morning the steamer Robert Campbell, from St. Louis, bound to Vicksburg, with troops on board, was fired near Milikin's Bend, and the flames spread so rapidly that the passengers were forced to jump overboard before the boat reached the shore. Forty lives are said t