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Ranaway. --$20 reward — For the arrest of my boy, John. He is 14 years old, 5 feet. For 3 inches in height; very bright mulatto color; hair almost straight and bushy; had on gray jacket and pants; no shoes, and torn shirt. He was in Richmond on the 6th inst., trying to hire himself to soldiers to go to Manassas; was in the habit of staying amongst soldiers and at railroad depots. I will give the above reward if delivered to me in Petersburg, or $15 if delivered to Hector Davis, Esq., Richmond. fe 10--3t* Robt. Dunlop.
formed that it makes an appropriation of $125,000. That the road is, in fact, a "military necessity" no one can doubt, and the importance of prompt action on the matter will be duly appreciated by the Senate. It will be remembered that President Davis, in his message to Congress at the commencement of the present session, recommended that the Confederate Government should assist in making a railroad from Danville, Va. to Greensboro', N. C., type the ground of a strong military necessary fluded to in a special message recently sent in; and the bill (appropriating one million Klaus, was defeated on a motion to engross, is a probability that it will be reconnected. The North Carolina Convention, on Thursday last, by a majority of 23 votes, passed an ordinance authorizing this connector. It merely gives a charter to a company desiring to build the road, or to the Confederate States, if, in pursuance of President Davis's message, they conceive it to be "a military necessity."