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t 12 o'clock, M. At the city Hall of this city, the number of able bodied male slaves, between the ages of 28 and 55 years set opposite their respective names, viz: Allen W C 1 Anderson Jos R &Co. 12 Allen Joseph's extra 1 Bosher R H 1 Beckham James 1 Belvin John A 1 Crenshaw L D 1 Cowardin Jas A & Co 1 Corkery & Betts 3 Childrey and Jones 2 Christian &Lee 1 Cook W B 1 Dill & Myers 2 Dunlop, Moncure & Co 1 Eddies &Branned 1 Enders John 1 Exall Henry 1 Eacho E D, agent 3 Fields &Taliaferro 4 Gary Richard O 1 Gibson John & Geo 2 Gordon John N 1 Green B W 1 Grant Jas H 1 Hundley & Cance 1 Haxall B W 1 Hunter James & Son 1 Hudson E J 1 Haxall, Crenshaw & Co 7 Hitchcock John H 1 Harvey, James & Will Hams 1 Hunt Charles 1 Herber W C & Co 1 Harrison Samuel J 1 Jones W B & Co 6 Kersey &Davis 1 Lumpkin Robt 1 Moore James A 1 Morrisett Robert 1 Macfarland W H 1 MeCurdy Neal 1 Mangum M 1 Nolting E O 1 Ol
For hire. --A sprightly, native boy, about 13 years old; also a young woman, who is an excellent seamstress, washer and ironer, nurse, and house servant, and a pretty good plain cook. She has one child, about a year old. These servants will be hired at low rates if early application be made to Mr E D Eacho, at his office, near the Exchange Hotel, or to the subscriber, at the Library room in the Capitol, or at his residence on Franklin, between 4th and 5th streets. N P Howard. fe 10--eod3t