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The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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ed the enemy in the neighborhood of Decatur to-day, capturing his camp. Our loss is not yet fully ascertained. Major Gen. Walker was killed. Brig Gens. Smith, Gist, and Mercer were wounded. Prisoners report that Gen. McPherson was killed. Our troops fought with great gallantry. J. B. Hood, General. The "Associated Press" dispatch is very muddy, though we presume that the Gens. Smith and Giles mentioned in it are Gens. Smith and Gist mentioned by Gen. Hood. Had the enemy captured East Point that would have completely invested the city, and Sherman could have commenced his siege. The brilliant movement of Wheeler, who Gens. Smith and Gist mentioned by Gen. Hood. Had the enemy captured East Point that would have completely invested the city, and Sherman could have commenced his siege. The brilliant movement of Wheeler, who is now, it appears, operation on the enemy, 'instead of covering our retreats, if correctly reported, is very damaging to Sherman's army. The supplies for the Yankees are brought across the Chattahoochee, and then wagoned to Decatur, a distance of about 15 miles, and this interruption of rations in the rear, coupled with the disa
Tribute of respect. At the meeting of the Directors of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, July 25, 1864, the President, Mr Macfarland, communicated to the Board the decease of the cashier, John Adams Smith, at 8 o'clock on the morning of the 24th inst. The lamented deceased, he remarked, had held his responsible position in the Bank for twelve years, evincing throughout the long interval the strictest integrity, fidelity, and application, and attracting to the institution confidence and good will by his urbane and conciliatory deportment. It would, he was sure, be a mournful satisfaction to the Board to express their sense of his loss, the respect and confidence with which they regarded him, and their sympathy with his bereaved family. The following Resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the decease of the Cashier, Johnadams Smith, Esq, is sincerely deplored, for his official merits and the attachment and respect which he inspired as a man. As an officer of the