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The Daily Dispatch: November 30, 1860., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ls in the far West seem to be as publicly announced as horse races here. A dispatch from Denver, Pike's Peak, dated the 28th inst., has the following announcement: A duel is to be fought at 10 ½ o'clock to-day, between a Mr. Riley and Charles Harrison. --The former is the challenging party. He is a young lawyer, formerly from Virginia, and has been acting as deputy sheriff at Mountain City for some time past. Charles Harrison keeps the Criterion Saloon in this city. The weapons appointr, Pike's Peak, dated the 28th inst., has the following announcement: A duel is to be fought at 10 ½ o'clock to-day, between a Mr. Riley and Charles Harrison. --The former is the challenging party. He is a young lawyer, formerly from Virginia, and has been acting as deputy sheriff at Mountain City for some time past. Charles Harrison keeps the Criterion Saloon in this city. The weapons appointed are navy pistols; distance fifteen feet; arms to be drawn after the word "fire" is given.
Bombarding a House. --Thomas N. Doyle a soldier, from Georgia, and Charles Harrison, from the steamer Jamestown, were arrested on Monday, at the witching hour of midnight for throwing stones at a house occupied by "Belle Jones, the location of which was not stated in the testimony. The morality of the offence did not, in the opinion of the recorder, dignify their further detention and the accused were discharged from custody yesterday — Some wholesome advice was given which, if heeded, will keep them out of difficulty hereafter.
ions from the Confederate authorities — a very large class at the present time. If any whose names are mentioned are ineligible, they will please notify the fact to one of the Richmond editors immediately, that their place on the ticket may be supplied by others. Electoral ticket,for President and Vice President. 1. Joseph Christian, of Middlesex. 2. Cincinnatus Newton, of Norfolk city, 3. H. T. Daniel, of Richmond city, 4. Wm. F. Thompson, of Dinwiddie, 5. Wood Bouldin, of Charlotte, 6.Wm. L. Goggin, of Bedford, 7. B. F. Randolph, of Albemarle, 8. James W. Walker, of Madison, 9. Asa Rogers, of Loudoun, 10. Samuel C. Williams, of Shenandoah, 11.Samuel. McD. Reid, of Rockbridge, 12. H. A. Edmundson, of Roanoke, 13. James W. Sheffey, of Smythe, 14. Henry J. Fisher, of Mason, 15. Joseph Johnson, of Harrison, 16. E. H. Fitzhugh, of Ohio. For State at large. John R. Edmunds, of Halifax. Allen T. Caperton, of Monroe.