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tes gives the follow as the result of the vote at the election on the 4th inst., for State officers — the parishes of Jackson and Morehouse yet to be heard from: For Treasurer--Defreese, 32,380. For Auditor--Peralta, 27,636; Haynes, 3,793; Thompson, 2, 493 For Superintendent of Public Education--Avery, 11,279: Magruder, 15,555; Harp, 3,401; Winfree, 3,773; Wederstrandt, 556; Magoun, 509. Something New — a repulsive daguerreotype. From the Danville Register, of the 28th inst., we copy the following daguerreotype of a very mean man: We have seen for the first time to-day, something new, since the war commenced.--That something, reader, was an old man, who owns some seventy slaves, but who refuses to give one cent to have them protected.--Speculators and extortioners have been familiarly known to us, before and since the war. But never since the inauguration of the latter, have we ever met with one of those too common bipeds, who boast they have never co
Death of an old citizen. --The Petersburg Express, of the 28th inst, publishes a letter from Suffolk, Va., from which we take the following extract: Dr. Edward R. Hunter, one of the oldest and most esteemed citizens of this county, died at his residence near South Quay, on yesterday. He was seventy-five years of age. Dr. Hunter represented this county in the Legislature of the State many years age, was for many years a Justice of the Peace, and a prominent member of the Baptist Church.