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The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], From
From Arkansas. --A special telegram to the Mississippian, dated Grenada, Aug. 10th, says 40,000 Federal troops are concentrating at Helena to march on Little Rock, in a few days, under command of General Davison. A gentleman from Helena reports the death of General Holmes. General Price, it is again stated, has resigned, and left the Confederate service to take command of the Missouri State troops.
The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], Tragedy in
Robbery. --William Hinchman, a young man, appeared before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of robbing P. H. Redford of $80 in money on the 21st inst. Mr. Redford testified that on the day mentioned he stepped into Jim Price's soup-house, on 17th street, near Grace, to get a plate of soup. After satisfying his appetite he drew out his account book, containing his money, paid for the soup, and was about to leave, when Hinchman ran up behind him and seized his arms. Just then other persons in the room caught him by the throat and head, choked him to the floor, and, rendering him insensible, robbed him. He was positive that Hinchman was the man that first seized him, but could not tell any of the other parties. John Brown testified that Hinchman was not in Jim Price's house when the robbery took place, but was with him in the street. Witness was near the door; saw a man seize Hinchman, and started to go in, but, being warned off, did not enter the door. He watched t