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Help for the Soldiers. --The Soldiers Aid Society have appointed a committee to go to Camp Winder every day at 12 o'clock. All persons having food suitable for the sick, will please serditto the Lesture room of Dr. Moore's Church (Capitol street) before that time.--Ladies will be there to receive the things from 11 o'clock. The society request the pastors of all the churches in the city to take up a collection in their respective churches, as the funds are getting low.
Runaway --$10 reward — I win pay the above reward for the apprehension and delivery to me of a mulatto boy named William sometimes called Ben. He is about 16 years old; full-head of hair; about 5 fee high; stout and wel He has been raised to waiting in the house and was like to Mrs Jo B oa st when he left, he belongs to Mr. Jas. C. Ray, of Henrico so. Jas. Moore in st. [my 10--3]