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Five Hundred Dollars reward. --Left Camp Lee on Friday, the 30th ultima, my Negro Boy, William. He is about twenty-one years old; five feet seven inches high; and exhibits a very timid, pleasant and submissive look when spoken to. He is probably lurking about Richmond, preparatory to leaving for the North--Any one tarnishing information that will lead to his recovery will receive the above reward. J. A. Richardson, Lieutenant, Provisional Army Confederate States. ja 3--6t*
ve been made by the War and Treasury Departments, and agents are already en route to carry them into effect. Another hopeful telegram says: An estimate has been sent to the Secretary of the Treasury that over two million bales of cotton can be secured and shipped on account of the Government from Savannah during the next two months. Miscellaneous. The United States Senators whose terms expire on the 4th of March next are Saulsbury, of Delaware, who will be re-elected; Richardson, of Illinois, who will be succeeded by Richard Yates; Grimes, of Iowa, and Anthony, of Rhode Island, who have been re-elected; Hale, of New Hampshire, who will be succeeded by Aaron H. Cragin; Harding, of Oregon, who will be succeeded by George H. Williams; Howard, of Michigan; Wilson, of Massachusetts; Powell, of Kentucky; Farwell, of Maine; Wilkinson, of Minnesota; Ten Eyck, of New Jersey, and Carlile, of the State of Virginia. The New York National Club was to have had a dinner on