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he means in his power — his offices, his detectives, his bribes, his military power, and his uncontrolled and irresponsible authority over all Yankeedom — to secure his own election and defeat McClellan. He has been true to his promise. He has been wide awake, and his machinery has worked beautifully. Never was there a display of more conning manœurving or more artful management. He has driven little Mac already from his defences, but he has no gunboats to "cover under" as he had when General Lee drove him from his defences near Richmond. Lincoln — whilst his own followers are the most dishonest and most unscrupulous body of men on this earth, whilst their organization is reeking with the foulest corruptions — has contrived to fasten upon the McClellan party election frauds that would do credit to his own supporters. This is the richest joke ever perpetrated by the Ape. The frauds are proved, and two of their perpetrators have been sentenced to imprisonment for life ! A promin
Five hundred dollars Reward for the return of Catherine, if found out of the city, or two hundred dollars if found in the city. Said woman is about twenty-three years of age, tolerably stout, and a little cross-eyed in one of her eyes, and formerly belonged to Mr. Helstern, of this city, and hired to a Mr. Goldsmit, on Broad street. Before I owned her she was loaned to a family on Maddox Hill, and during my absence she left there, and went to Messrs. Lee &Bowman's yard (to stay returned home) for cruel treatment. She taken away from yard, by the said my permission, and carried to be whipped as another yard, which caused her to run off. Upon delivering said woman to me, or M. W. Yarrington, in my absence, the above reward will be paid. J. W. Sharp. no 7--6t*
Three hundred dollars Reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, about six or seven weeks ago, my negro, Ben. Said boy was purchased at the auction house of Messrs. Lee & Bowmen, 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 or Petersburg. I will give the was purchased at the auction house of Messrs. Lee & Bowmen, 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 or Petersburg. I will give the above reward for his delivery to Messrs. Lee & Bowman, Franklin street. J. B. Pace, Danville, Virginia. oc 20--1m*