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The Daily Dispatch: November 1, 1860., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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se, First--Class Premium, $3. To Mrs. Wm. L. Pendleton, for Frame and Rustic Work, Second--Class Premium, 2.00. To Miss A. Ehrhart, for Book Shelf, made of Beads, Third--Class Premium, 1.00. Class no. 16.-- Fancy Articles. To Mrs. E. C. Pollard, for a Shuck Hat, $3. To Mrs. M. A. Harrison, of Fairfax, for three Green Osier Ha, 2.00. To C. Bolton, for seven Willow Baskets, 3.00. To Mrs. S. H. Burton, for two vases of Crystallized Flowers, 3.00. To Mrs. Louisa Mitchell, for Paper Flowers, 3.00. To R. D. Sanxay, for beautiful collection of Virgin a Shells, First-Class Diploma. Class no. 17.-- Feather, Wax, Grass, Hair and Paper Work. To Mrs. W. J. Boyd, for a vase of Wax Flowers, First-Class Premium, $3. To Miss Mary Rennie, for Feather Fly-Brush. Second-Class Premium, 2.00. To Miss N. B. Macfarland, for Hair Chains, Third-Class Premium, 1.00. Class no. 18-- Domestic Rugs and Carpets. To Mrs. Krebb for Domestic
Political. Augusta, Ga., Oct. 31. --A dispatch from J. J. Seibels, E. A. Banks, A. Elmore, L. D. Hollengulet and W. Garrett, of Montgomery, Also, says, "The Breckinridge Minute Men held a disunion meeting last night, and openly avowed their preference for Lincoln's election, in order to break up the Union. Mr. Mitchell, a seceding delegate from Charleston, came out and declared boldly for disunion. Resolutions were passed, declaring in favor of immediate dissolution in the event of Lincoln's election."