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The Columbus (Mississippi) Republican says that Miss Bell, daughter of the Hon. John Bell, Mrs. and Miss Woods, of Nashville, have arrived there. During the middle of November they went from Nashville to Columbia, waited at the latter place until General Hood captured it, and then came South. The Charleston Mercury understands that Sherman has given the citizens of Savannah fifteen days grace to settle up their bank and other accounts which are to be balanced by Confederate treasury notes. The warehouse of Vanambridge & Co., at Wilmington, North Carolina, was destroyed by fire, with three thousand barrels of rosin, on the 2d instant. The Virginia Salt Works will be in operation again in two weeks.
One Thousand Dollars reward. --My woman, Sarah, with two children, left my premises on Monday evening, the 2d instant, about 6 o'clock, and is doubtless either in Richmond or making her way to the enemy's lines. I will give a reward of one Thousand Dollars for their delivery to me, or to any jail in the city, so that I get them. Sarah is a mulatto woman; medium size; about twenty-six years old; good teeth; long bushy hair; answers promptly when spoken to; is usually cheerful and polite; nicely dressed, and is an unusually good-looking woman. Her oldest child is a sprightly boy, named Smith, about three and a half years old; the other, a very bushy-hair girl, one and a half year old. A boy named Stephen, hired last year at the Ballard House, left my premises with her. She claims that he is her step-son. George D. Pleasants. ja 4--6t