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Fighting in the street. --John Kearney and Chas. Meyer were arrested and carried before Alderman Taylor, on Saturday, for fighting in the street. They were discharged after an admonition.
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my residence on Church Hill, about three weeks ago, a negro woman named Daphne. Daphne is about thirty years of age, tall, black, with a very prominent forehead, and is sprightly looking and intelligent. I purchased her of Mr. N. Tyler, of the Enquirer, a short time ago. She was hired last year to Mr. George Taylor, on Venable street, Union Hill. She has a sister living with Mrs. Travis, on Governor street. She is doubtless concealed somewhere in the city by her numerous friends. I will give the above reward if caught and lodged in jail, so that I can get her. John P. Pearson. ap 26--1w*