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The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
October 15, 1857, Page 3
 
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Look Out For The Runaways!!!
Abolitionism!!!
$100 Reward.

Runaway from the subscriber on Saturday night the 3d instant, near Cooper’s Furnace, Cass co., Four negroes.  Alfred, a boy, aged about 25 years, dark complexion, large whiskers about 5 feet 10 inches high.  Gabriel, a boy, about 19 years old. dark complexion, 5 feet 7 inches high.  Richard, aged about 20 years, dark complexion, wears long hair platted, stout built, was wearing a blue pea jacket coat and white woolen pantaloons.  Noah, aged about 18 years, dark complexion, has many bumps on his face, wears long hair platted, about 5 feet 6 inches high.  These negroes were purchased in Baltimore by B. M. & W. S. Campbell.

The above reward will be paid for the delivery to me of said four negroes, or lodged in any safe jail where I can get them, or $25 for either one of them.

Address me at Etowah P. O., Cass county, Ga.
John Jolly

 

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