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Two hundred dollars reward. --Ran away, January 31st, from the subscriber, in Prince Edward county, my man, Sam; about twenty-two years old; about five feet six inches high, and polite when spoken to. He is supposed to have gone either to Richmond or Lynchburg, but most probably to the latter place. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me, near Burkeville, Prince Edward county, or secured in any jail so I can get him. He had on a blue flannel shirt, and brown coat and pants, when he left. W. C. Thomas, Burkeville, Virginia. fe 6--eod10t*
The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
ed river, and at Minturn and Shreveport, Louisiana.--The number bearing arms was about thirty thousand. Shelby was on a raid in Arkansas. They are now well clothed, receiving everything they want from Mexico. Miscellaneous. The New Orleans Times says there is a rumor from Matamoras, by way of Brazos, that the Mexican Government has forbidden clearances for Mexican ports, and the Yankee Consul has been sent out of Matamoras. General Burbridge has been directed to report to General Thomas for service in the field. A report from Frankfort states that about six thousand mounted Confederates are in the vicinity of Mount Sterling, Kentucky. A Confederate privateer, three hundred tons burden, lead color, bark rigged, was spoken off Cape St. Antonio on the 8th. Mrs. J. D. Wood and daughter were severely burned on Monday night at the theatre whilst on the stage, in Philadelphia, performing in the play of Cinderella. The sentence of death passed upon Norman L.
The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
ne up the Red river and one up the Rio Grande. All of the munitions of war, in fact everything but food for this army, is carried up the Rio Grande by European vessels, while Texas and Eastern Louisiana furnish the bread and meat. Kirby Smith has not got a very large army, and can easily be cleaned out when a sufficient force of Federal troops are ready to get to work about the matter right. A correspondent, writing from Eastport, Tennessee, to the Pittsburg Chronicle, says: General Thomas left here last week, and has gone to Nashville. The day after he left, a fleet of twenty-nine boats left here with troops, etc., (but not for Nashville). The public may form their own estimate of their number and destination — previous to which, General A. J. Smith left, and where he goes there is a fight looming in the distance. General Wilson now command the troops in this vicinity. Colonel Steward is post commander. There was a scout who came in to-day by way of luka, and who brin