FROM the subscriber, on Sunday night, the 10th of July, near Oakland, Miss., my negro boy ARCHER, about twenty-six years of age, copper colored, and will weigh some one hundred and fifty or one hundred and sixty pounds. He will probably endeavor to make his way to a free State.
Also, from near the same place about the 15th of August, my boy GREEN, a light copper colored young negro fellow; will weigh some one hundred and sixty-five or one hundred and seventy pounds, and is five feet ten or eleven inches high; twenty-one years old. He was raised in the neighborhood of Paducah, Ky., and has probably succeeded in getting back there.
I will give twenty-five dollars reward for each of them, if confined in a jail in some slave State, so that I can get them.
Mr. Strong, my partner, on the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad, has also a boy runaway, who is probably in company with the first named of the above. His name is JOHN, and is a low, black chunky fellow, purchased from Mordecai, of Charlestown, S.C., last spring.
If taken in a free State, we will give fifty dollars each for them, confined in a jail in some slave State.
Mr. Strong thinks the States of Kentucky and Tennessee give reward enough, consequently he can offer no reward for his boy other than the above.