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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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The bar-rooms at Mobile, Ala., on the 1st inst., reduced the price of drinks to $1.50. The trade became suddenly brisk. col. J. P. Jones, c. S. Army, has been assigned by the President as inspector of the armies of the confederacy on the staff of Gen. Bragg.
railroad accident occurred on the Petersburg Railroad last Friday morning, by which four men were killed and two others wounded. The freight train left Petersburg for Richmond at five o'clobk A. M., the engineer, wm. A. Perdue; the conductor, J. T. Bragg; the fireman, H. c. Deales, and wm. Parish, a brother-in-law of the conductor, riding on the engine. when in the deep cut two miles and a half this side of Petersburg, and exactly opposite the residence of Mr. James Dunlop, the boiler of the lass in the windows of Mr. Dunlop's house, a hundred yards off, were broken out. The explosion being heard in Petersburg, and the cause conjectured, assistance was immediately sent to the wrecked train. Two of the victims of this disaster--Mr. Bragg, the conductor, and Mr. Parish--were natives of Fluvanna county, whither their remains have been sent. The cause of this explosion must ever remain a mystery, as all those who might properly explain it perished by it. Probably the engineer was