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An advertisement in the Liverpool papers states that on the re-opening of the port of Charleston, three first class steam screw ships will be dispatched for that port taking freight and passengers for all the Southern and Western States. The Charleston Mercury, of September 12th, says that Senor Moneader, the Spanish Consul in that city, will, in a day or two, clear a vessel from that port as from the Confederate States. Mr. G. L. Barnard, of Bahalin, Marshall county, Miss., has tendered to the city of Memphis one thousand bushels of meal, provided the city shall furnish sacks and pay-for the hauling. Some fifteen or twenty negroes have been seduced from the service of their masters, along the Potomac river, in King George, by the Lincoln pirates who now infest those waters. Samuel C. Reid, for many years a member of the bar and connected, with the press of New Orleans, is a candidate to represent the second Congressional district in the Confederate Congress
Ten Dollars Reward. --Run away from the subscriber, on Thursday, 12th September, a Negro Man, named Bob. Said Negro is black; rather a thin face; with moustache. He originally came from Washington, D. C., and speaks with a Northern accent. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me. se 18--ts John Lindsay.