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Yankees News from Louisiana. --General Banks has ordered, as the banks of the State of Louisiana have so far failed to comply with the provisions of law as to justify the forfeiture of their charters, that they are required, as a condition of any further transaction of banking business, to receive United States treasury notes at per in exchange for their own issues. Any institution aggrieved by the order may demand an investigation of its affairs, and show its credit superior to that of the United States. The Era says the recent gunboat expedition to Chicot Pass, at the head of Grand Lake, Louisiana, completed its work — destroying property, consisting of the saw mills and houses of Captain Fuller, the notorious "Paul Jones of the South," who was captured when the Star of the West was destroyed, and who died a prisoner on Johnson's island. The reported riot in New Orleans against the draft is without foundation.
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Six hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from my stables, on the night of the 28th ultimo, my two Negro men, named Albert and Henry. Henry is about twenty-two or twenty-three years old, about five feet six inches high, black, and stammers very badly when talking. Albert is about twenty years old, five feet seven inches high, bright mulatto, with smooth face and very large feet and hands. I will pay the above reward for them, or three hundred dollars for either one, delivered to me at my stables, on Franklin street. They are evidently making their way to the Yankee lines. James C. Johnson. Virginia Stables, Franklin street, Richmond, Virginia. se 3--10t