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The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 23, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ed the 5th inst., says that Jack Powers, a notorious character, who formerly belonged to Col. Stevenson's New York regiment, was murdered on the night of Oct. 26, near the Calabacas ranch, about thirty miles from Fort Buchanan. The deceased was wealthy, and has relatives residing in New York. A stranger named Bailey, on his journey to the States, stopped over at Tucson for a few days, and while there, on Nov. 1, was coolly murdered by a desperado named Miller Bartlett. Another man, named W. F. Ward, of Dardanelle, Tell county, Arkansas, was shot by a Mexican lying in ambush, near Fort Buchanan, and was mortally wounded. The ball was fired evidently from one of Colt's revolvers; it passed entirely through the heart of its victim. Ward's condition was discovered in a few moments after the occurrence, and he was taken to the first hospital at the fort, where he lived for up wards of four hours in a perfectly calm and rational state of mind, conversing on the subject, and then died.
done a brisk business in all kinds of small arms and ammunition with all the principal Southern States. Another large house in this city has filled orders for about 5,000 stand of muskets of the U. States pattern, and has sold large quantities of artillery swords and army pistols. Its orders come from all the Southern States, but mainly from those in which secession is regarded as the only remedy for Southern grievances. A third extensive establishment has supplied an immense number of Colt's revolvers and rifles to Georgia, principally to Columbus. All the wholesale houses and agencies in the city have been hard pressed to supply the orders for every imaginable species of weapon. South Carolina. In a sermon at Charleston, S. C., on Sunday last, the officiating minister, Rev. D. X. Lafar said: You need not compromise your religion while protecting your homes and firesides. The same God who has commanded you to love him above all things else, informs you in anoth