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Railroad Accidents — Several persons injured. --Between five and six o'clock on Thursday afternoon, an accident occurred to the down train on the Danville road, which delayed its arrival till two o'clock yesterday morning. Upon reaching a point within about one mile of Amelia Courthouse, one of the rails broke in two, which hung to the wheels of the two hindmost box cars, and, after tearing up about thirty yards of the track, threw them down an embankment, several feet in depth, injuring severely two soldiers and three negroes who were on board. Conductor George W. Lindsay, who was on the train at the time, had the wounded parties transferred to one of the passenger cars, which was attached to the train, and brought on to this city, when they were carried to the Seabrook Hospital, yesterday morning, and carefully attended to. To add to the misfortunes of the trip; the ladies coach ran off during the same afternoon, but, fortunately, no person was injured. The early train o
Three Hundred Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, about six or seven ago, my negro , Ben. Said boy was purchased at the auction house of Messrs. Lee & Bowman, Franklin street, Richmond, and was sold by Dr. Ming, of Petersburg. He said he was hired to Mrs. Magill, at the Theatre, previous to his sale. His age is nineteen or twenty; well built with small head; five feet eight or nine inches in height. He is no doubt lurking about Richmond Petersburg. I will give the above reward for his delivery to Messrs. Lee & Bowman, Franklin street. J. R. Pace, Danville, Virginia oc 20--1m*