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One Hundred Dollars reward. --Released from the jail in the county of Charlotte, by the Yankee raiders, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pay the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or se, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pay the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or secured in any way so I can get him. Address. Mrs. E. F. Guthery, Charlotte Court-House, Va. au 9--3aw2w*