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$200 reward. --On Thursday last whiled was in the War Department on business, I sent my servant, Austin, who is no wall known in Richmond, to the post-office, since which time I have not seen him or been able to obtain any information of his whereabouts. If he has been impressed I will give $20 to any person who will inform me where he is. If he has been kidnapped, I will give $100 for his recovery. If he has run off, which I do not belive, I will give $300 for his recovery; or if he has been killed, which I fear, I will pay $200 for the conviction of his murderer. my 20--4t* James Lyons.
ts in these documents to the 5th of February, and indicate that the course of affairs in America was felt more seriously in Lyonstan in Manchester. At that date one half of the operatives at Lyons were out of work one quarter were working only half time, and only the remaining quarter full time. A hundred thousand workmen were then said to be dependent in Lyone on public and private charity. --This atandstill," remarked, is not cansed by the commercial treaty with England, of whem the, Lyons manufacture has no reason to be afraid, It is caused alone by want of orders from abroad. North and Mexico have ordered nothing.-- orders less one than years. The East and Constanting. anything, and even England which used always to buy the has greatly curtailed its orders this year, which is attrihuted to the mourning for the Prince Consort. [Parts (April 28 correspondence of the London Times.] The "Fiuilleds Thann," of the 19th instant, states that M. Jourdain, one