--Absconded from Mr. Wortham's Factory, a few days since, my Servant Boy Tom. He is sixteen years of age, and well grown; a bright mulatto, with a thick, black, and bushy head of hair, eyes black and sparkling.

There is reason to believe he may have gone, as a free boy, with a company of soldiers, who left town on the Central Railroad on Wednesday last. A suitable reward will be paid for his apprehension.

Ro. W. Haxall.

Corner of 7th and Franklin streets.

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