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We learn from the Knoxville (Tenn.) Register that Dr. John W. Lewis, late Superintendent of the Western and Atlantic Railroad, has been elected Superintendent of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad. Mr. J. B. Ross, of Macon, Ga., the other day presented the Ross Volunteers, of that city, with $600 in cash, and the young men in his employ presented the company with a beautiful Confederate States flag.
sent my keed to the Prints, and was immefitly ushered before him. He received me kindly, and axed me to sit down. "I have cum to pay my respecks to you, Mister Napoleon, hopin I see you hale and hearty." "I am quite well," he sed. "Air you well, sir?" "Sound as cuss!" I answered. He seemed to be pleased with my ways, and we entered into conversation to onct. "How's Lewis?" I axed, and he sed the Emperor was well. Eugene was likewise well, he sed. Then I axed him was Lewis a good provider? Did he cum home arly nites; did he perfoom her bed room at a on seasonable hour with gin and tanzy? Did he go to the "Lodge" on nites when there wasn't any Lodge? Did he often hav a extensive acquaintance among poor young widders whose husbans was in Californy? To all of which questions the Prints perlitely replide, given me to understand that the Emperor was behavin well. "I ax these questions my royal duke, and most noble highness and imperials, becaws I'm anxious