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Fifty dollars reward --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the morning of the 27th of February, my negro Taylor. Age about 20 years. Had on when he left a pair of light blue pants, slouch hat and gray sack coat. When spoken to has a downcast look and speaks very slow. I will give fifty dollars reward for his delivery to James Kersey on 8th street, at Kersey & Davis's shop. Chas. Davis. fe 29--7t
Runaway--$100 reward --I will give one hundred dollars reward for the apprehension and delivery to me of a negro boy named Ellis, belonging to the estate of R M Davis, King and Queen county. Ellis is very black, about 18 or 20 years old, and has very thick lips. He has a sister hired to the cotton factory in Manchester, and when last heard of was lurking about the kitchen of the factory. James Moore, No. 8 Franklin st. mh 3--6t
Fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the morning of the 27th of February, my negro Taylor. Age about 20 years. Had on when he left a pair of light blue pants, slouch hat and gray sack coat. When spoken to has a downcast look and speaks very slow. I will give fifty dollars reward for his delivery to James Kersey on 8th street, at Kersey & Davis's shop. Chas. Davis. fe 29--7t Fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the morning of the 27th of February, my negro Taylor. Age about 20 years. Had on when he left a pair of light blue pants, slouch hat and gray sack coat. When spoken to has a downcast look and speaks very slow. I will give fifty dollars reward for his delivery to James Kersey on 8th street, at Kersey & Davis's shop. Chas. Davis. fe 29--7t