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Runaways. --The following slaves ranaway from the Piedmont Railroad, at Danville, of the 3rd inst.: Henry; black, about 35, years old has severe, whip marks — was recently bought of John Kern of North Carolina. Spencer — hired of David Hotly, Chowan county, North Carolina. A reward of $25 will be paid for Henryolina. Spencer — hired of David Hotly, Chowan county, North Carolina. A reward of $25 will be paid for Henry if taken within the State, or $50 if taken in another State and the legal reward for the hirelings upon deliver to me at Danville. E. D. Wilburn, Sup't first section Piedmont R. R., se 8--ts Danville, Va. rolina. Spencer — hired of David Hotly, Chowan county, North Carolina. A reward of $25 will be paid for Henry if taken within the State, or $50 if taken in another State and the legal reward for the hirelings upon deliver to me at Danville. E. D. Wilburn, Sup't first section Piedmont R. R., se 8--ts Danville, Va.<
Runaways. --The following named slave the Piedmont Railroad, at Danville, and now at large. A reward of $25 each will be for their delivery at Danville, if taken in the Town or $50 if taken is another State, or a liberty reward if delivered in any jail where they can cured: Isaiah left on August 1st; calls himself Danville, if taken in the Town or $50 if taken is another State, or a liberty reward if delivered in any jail where they can cured: Isaiah left on August 1st; calls himself Fanton. Anderson left on August 3d. Willis left on the 6th of August; calls him Willis Hunter; is light brown, spare made, speaks quick when spoken to. George left on the 6th of August; calls him George Taylor. Richard left on the 24th of August; calls himself Richard Twy is dark brown; wears go and moustache. Richardself George Selden, recently owned by Wm. Warwark, Macon P. Powhatan; navel slightly enlarged. The above slaves having been recently purchased in Richmond, a more particular description will be given as soon as their original owner be heard from. E. D. Wilburn, Sup't Section Piedmont Railroad, au 26--ts At Danville.
Runaways. --The following named Slave left the Piedmont Railroad at Danville, on the 28th August: Davy--5 feet 2½ inches high, yellow, hazel eye, right arm has been broken, about 30 years old. Bought of Wm. Borahan, of Southampton county Va. Tom--5 feet 6 inches high, yellow, black, eye scar over the right eye, smile Thacker — Hired of Jesse Brown, Griffin of N. C. A reward of $25 each for Davy and Tom will be paid, if taken within the State, and $50 each taken in another State, and delivered to me at Danville; and the legal reward for Thacker. E. B. Welburn, Superintendent First Division Piedmont se 2--ts Railroad at Danville. Thacker — Hired of Jesse Brown, Griffin of N. C. A reward of $25 each for Davy and Tom will be paid, if taken within the State, and $50 each taken in another State, and delivered to me at Danville; and the legal reward for Thacker. E. B. Welburn, Superintendent First Division Piedmont se 2--ts Railroad at Danville
Wm. McDaniels an old and highly respectable citizen of Washington county, Va, was found murdered in the woods, near Abingdon, on the 4th instant. Ellwood Fisher, formerly editor of the "Southern Press," at Washington, D. C., died at Atlanta, Ga., on the 7th inst. Rev. Frank Stanley, who died suddenly in Danville, Va, a few days since, was a brother of the Federal Military Governor of North Carolina. Lieut. Col. Ben. Perley Poore, of the Massachusetts Eighth, has resigned his commission. Dr. Jos. Johnson, a prominent citizen of Charleston, S. C., died on the 7th inst.
d too far east to have any such purpose, and continues his course in that direction. He was at Danville the geographical centre of the State, making political speeches to the people, at latest dates.rehend, even to decide on the final course of the campaign, till all the forces are massed near Danville. There was besides an obvious military necessity for Bragg to make just such a movement to rtion of the Confederate army that is north of the Kentucky, by giving them time to join him at Danville. They seem to be marching south from Frankfort and Lexington now for that purpose. Bragg will mass his forces probably near Danville, and then determine on his policy. If the President's proclamation shall work much mischief in the State, (and we are sorry to say that there are unmistakaeave the State by two roads--one leading to Cumberland Gap, the other leading nearly south from Danville, crossing the Cumberland river near Albany, and striking directly south toward McMinnville, Ten
Twenty-five Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the Piedmont Railroad Company, on Sunday night, October 5th, a Negro man named Wilson Hill, 5 feet 7 inches high, black, with black eyes, has a scar on the left elbow, large mouth, low forehead, about 35 years old, and formerly belonged to Mr. A. Thwart, of Dinwiddie county. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension and delivery to me, if taken within the State, and $50 if taken in another State. E. D. Wilburn, Supt. 1st Division Piedmont R. R. Co., oc 7--ts Danville, Va.
feet 2½ inches high, dark brown color, eyes black, aged 18, scar across the right arm, below the elbow. Bought of William Allen, Surrey county, Va. The above mentioned negroes ranaway from the service of the Piedmont Railroad Company, at Danville, between the 4th and 24th of September. A reward of $25 each will be paid for their deliver at Danville, Va., if taken within the State, and $50 each if taken in another State, or a liberal reward if placed in any jail where they can be securede right arm, below the elbow. Bought of William Allen, Surrey county, Va. The above mentioned negroes ranaway from the service of the Piedmont Railroad Company, at Danville, between the 4th and 24th of September. A reward of $25 each will be paid for their deliver at Danville, Va., if taken within the State, and $50 each if taken in another State, or a liberal reward if placed in any jail where they can be secured. E. D. Wilburn, Sup't 1st Division Piedmont Railroad. oc 2--ts