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the destruction of the bridges on some of the roads, and the occupation of others in transporting Government freight, only a portion of the salt has reached Star-burg. On its arrival there he following telegraphic correspondence editor place: Steeping, Nov. 28. C. B. Rouss — There are 100 aks of salt here of yours, and I am offer one thousand dollars for it. Answer. Jr Fleming. Winchester, November. 28. Jno Fleming: Ten thousand dollars would not buy it. Col. Rouse. On the arrival of the salt at Winchester, and before it was unloaded from the wagon, Mr. R. was offered fourteen dollars sack, for the lot; but he refused the balt on the ground that he had purchase for the purpose of accommodation, not upon nation. The entire lot of salt was dispose of at five dollars per sack, no purchaser being allowed more than one sack Mr. Roun has the proud consolation of knowing that in refusing a large pecuniary gain, he is added to the comfort and health of