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ary, if he accepts the offer, will be twenty-five thousand dollars a year — the same that he would have received had he been elected President of the United States. Admiral Franklin Buchanan, captured in Mobile bay, arrived at Fortress Monroe on Sunday, on board the United States steamer Fort Morgan. Twenty-seven Confederates were recently captured while attempting to cross from the east to the west side of the Mississippi river, and were sent to New Orleans. One of the number was a Captain Montgomery, from whom was taken two hundred thousand dollars in sterling exchange and a large amount of stock, which he had with him. Major-General Pope has been ordered to report to Washington. General Couch has been sent to Thomas. The fire at Newborn, North Carolina, on the 19th instant, consumed twenty buildings, in the business portion of the town, and destroyed a large amount of valuable merchandise. The progress of the flames was stopped by blowing up two buildings.
One thousand Dollars Reward. --Ran away, on Saturday evening, my slave, Jim Washington, formerly the property of B. W. Totty. He is five feet six inches high; jet black; high forehead; flat nose; high cheek bones; big mouth, with a scar on the right eye; stout built. Henry Smith, corner of Cary and Virginia streets. no 29--6t*