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$50 reward. --Left my residence on Franklin street, between 7th and 8th, on Saturday, 10th instant, my negro man Ralph. The above reward will be paid for his arrest and delivery to me, or placed in any jail so that I can get him. He is about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, light mulatto, high cheek banes, and a full suit of nearly hair, cut closely. my 19--13t* A. L. Ellett.
Still later. The steamer Jura arrived at Farther Point on the 13th inst., with dates to the 3d. We find that the question of intervention still cocupled the attention of the press throughout Europe. The Paris correspondent of the Independence Belge asserts that the projected intervention of France and England in America is con in the most absolute manner, and the South will barequired to guarantee the emandiaption of herselaves. The same authority says the treaty between France and Spain provides for the early abolition of slavery in Cuba. The news by the Jura. The Baltimore News Sheet thus alludes to the news by this arrival: By the arrival of the steamer Jura we have still later advices from Europe, The Independence Belgs declares that the rumored intervention of England is confirmed in the mosabsolute manner. In accordance with the above, a telegram comes to us from Washington, which claims that the new secession plot to induce intervention by the powe
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my store, on Tuesday morning, 15th instant, my negro Boy, Lewis Washington. He is a bright mulatto, thick set, about 5 feet high, 15 years old; had on when last seen a brown sack coat, brown pants, and a military cap. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell, ap 2--ts No. 123 Main street.
treaty with England, of whem the, Lyons manufacture has no reason to be afraid, It is caused alone by want of orders from abroad. North and Mexico have ordered nothing.-- orders less one than years. The East and Constanting. anything, and even England which used always to buy the has greatly curtailed its orders this year, which is attrihuted to the mourning for the Prince Consort. [Parts (April 28 correspondence of the London Times.] The "Fiuilleds Thann," of the 19th instant, states that M. Jourdain, one of the principal spiners of that town, has informed his workmen that after the present week he will find himself under the cruel necessity of reducing their hours of labor in his manufactory by two-thirds, in order that his stock of cotton may last the longer. He added, however, that he would reduce their wages by only the, third. The sacrifics M. Jourdain is resolved to make, in order to give bread to his numerous operatives, is estimated at 1,000f, a week
Indictments. --The Hustings Court Grand Jury, yesterday, made the following indictments: John Hagan, charged with extorting forty dollars from James Evans, a man of mixed blood; Austin Conley, for receiving stolen goods, knowing them to be stolen; George W. Cassidy, for burglariously entering the store of John Does, and taking sundry goods therefrom; Edward Keiling, for aiding and abetting Charles Moore alias Richard Wright, in stabbing Frederick Smith, in March last; William Blankenship, for shooting Geo. Crow, on the 10th of February last; James Austin, for stealing railroad car springs on the 1st of February last; Christopher Kissel, for receiving stolen car springs from James Austin, knowing them to be stolen. The case of Dennis Lynch, charged with stabbing James Shea, was called at the instance of the prisoner's counsel, Mr. Gilmer, and continued until the next term.
April 21st (search for this): article 9
Charles Henry Foster Nonplussed. --From the following, which appears in late Northern papers, it appears that the ambitious traitor, Foster, does not have things all his own way in North Carolina: Headq's Department N. C., Newbern, April 21. Chas. Henry Foster, Esq: Sir: I see by the Newbern Progress, of Saturday morning, that you propose to speak to a political assemblage in this place on Wednesday next, which I think would be very unwise in you to do, and decidedly unwise in me to allow. You occupy no official political position in the State, as was evinced by the refusal of the House of Representatives to grant you a seat in that body. The President of the United States has very wisely appointed a Provisional Governor for this State who is a native thereof, and was at one time one of its most prominent and infidential citizens, and represents at this moment the views and feelings of a majority of the people of the State of North Carolina. The Gover
April 23rd (search for this): article 4
attle, but should be retained as a floating battery at the city. But popular feeling in New Orleans urged that she should go down the river, and McIntosh did not hesitate to obey orders and take her into the hottest of the action. The letter says: "It affords me great pleasure to testify to the gallantry and efficiency of that noble officer who now lies at the point of death from wounds received while fighting for his country. I arrived on board the Louisiana on the morning of the 23d of April. Throughout the day Captain McIntosh manifested the greatest energy in spurring the workmen on, remaining on deck the whole time, and passing a sleepless night, in his haste and zeal to prepare the boat for the coming combat. During the action on the morning of the 14th he stood calmly on deck giving his orders amid a shower of grape and storm of shells, till struck by three grapeshot--one in each arm and in his leg. He still kept the deck, though lying down, and exclaimed, smiling, 'S
April 27th (search for this): article 4
$5 reward. --Runaway from my house, on 27th of April inst, my Boy, ten years old, and answers to the name of Henry, and passes himself as free. The above reward will be given if delivered to Mr. George W. Kendrick, on 21st street, between Main and Franklin streets, or to my house, on Main, between 25th and 26th streets. my 20--3t* C. G. Bowers.
April 28th (search for this): article 3
d private charity. --This atandstill," remarked, is not cansed by the commercial treaty with England, of whem the, Lyons manufacture has no reason to be afraid, It is caused alone by want of orders from abroad. North and Mexico have ordered nothing.-- orders less one than years. The East and Constanting. anything, and even England which used always to buy the has greatly curtailed its orders this year, which is attrihuted to the mourning for the Prince Consort. [Parts (April 28 correspondence of the London Times.] The "Fiuilleds Thann," of the 19th instant, states that M. Jourdain, one of the principal spiners of that town, has informed his workmen that after the present week he will find himself under the cruel necessity of reducing their hours of labor in his manufactory by two-thirds, in order that his stock of cotton may last the longer. He added, however, that he would reduce their wages by only the, third. The sacrifics M. Jourdain is resolved to make,
Charles O'Hara, of Columbus, Ohio, in the woods. A private in the 2d Rhode Island regiment, Company A, was wounded in a very singular manue. during the engagement. He had gone into a directed house in the neighborhood, and was investigating the contents of a flour barrel, when he was shot through the leg by a gun that had been placed there purposely as a trap. His name is Owen Martin. He will probably be careful in future how he enters rebel houses. Headq'rs New Kent C. H., May 13. We have advanced thus far into the bowels of the land without particular incident, except the coming into our lines of numerous deserters from the enemy and negroes from the surrounding delectable country. The news brought by these individuals to interesting, and, if true, important. The deserter's represent the enemy as entrenching in front of Richmond, and between that city and the swamps that lie between it and our advance. The entrenchments, however, are represented to be of qu
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