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Five Hundred Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on Thursday, the 24th of November, 1864, a Negro Boy, named Pitman. He is fifteen or sixteen years old; about five feet seven or eight inches high, and slender; is of a clear brownish black color, his mother being a dark mulatto and his father black; can read pretty well; looks simple when spoken to, and often curls up his forehead when addressed; had on a gray jacket, a brown shirt and pants and probably a black sack overcoat, and carried with him a black satchel. He was purchased last August in Richmond and was raised in Charlotte county. I will give Five Hundred Dollars for the arrest and detention so that I can recover possession of him. Hugh W. Sheffey, Staunton, Virginia. de 12--5t