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The Daily Dispatch: may 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaway--20 dollars Reward. (search)
Stop the Runaway--20 dollars Reward. --Left the premises of Mr. A. W. Taylor, on Church Hill, a Negro Boy named Tom, the property of C. M. Castleman, Esq., of Alexandria. The said boy is about 4 feet high, 14 or 15 years old, has a pleasant countenance when spoken to, complexion very black. He may be lu about the city. I will give the above regard if delivered to me at my office on 14th street. mv 18--1w E. D. Eacho.
d at the camp of the first Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers, on Saturday night. The facts, as related to me, are: that a difficulty took place between a man named Taylor and another private in Davidson's company, who were about to engage in a fight; Lieut. D. stepped in between them and pushed them apart, whereupon Taylor drew a pTaylor drew a pistol and shot his Lieutenant through the heart, killing him instantly. Taylor was immediately put under arrest. The remains of Lieut. D. were escorted to the Tennessee depot yesterday evening by two companies of the second Tennessee Regiment, accompanies by a number of the Masonic fraternity, of which he was a member, and placeTaylor was immediately put under arrest. The remains of Lieut. D. were escorted to the Tennessee depot yesterday evening by two companies of the second Tennessee Regiment, accompanies by a number of the Masonic fraternity, of which he was a member, and placed on the cars to be sent to his friends in Lincoln county, Tennessee. In spite of the "Ape's" blockade, I noticed yesterday morning a very large quantity of goods in charge of the Express Company, some of which was stopped for consignees in this city, and some 6,000 or 8,000 lbs. sent on to Richmond and Norfolk. The bulk of