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Cotton, says the Selma Sentinel, was selling at that place on Thursday last at 31 cents for the best quality, with an upward tendency. On the same day fourteen bacon hams were sold for $918.75. G. B. Swan, colored, (no relation to the Black Swan,) was elected Trustee of the town of otsdem, St. Lawrence county, New York, at the recent election. Green peas and strawberries have been selling in the Savannah market for the past week.
Fifty dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me, in Richmond, of Jack Green, a slave, who absconded last week from the fortifications in Chesterfield county. Jack is a black negro, about 19 years of age, slightly built, good teeth, but rather far apart, has a scar on the right hand, and another on the left wrist; was lately purchased from near Goldsborough, N C. John J Werth. Agent. mh 31--6t