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The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ton, the new Minister to France, has appointed the Son of Mr. Speaker Pennington as his Secretary of Legation. A man in Bridgeport has sold Barnum a Tom Thumb dog that weighs but three ounces. It was an English terrier, and sold for $100. The census of the Sandwich Islands for 1860 shows a decrease of 3,955 native, and an increase of 598 foreign population since 1853. Col. James Anderson, recently deceased, was appointed United States Pension Agent in Pittsburgh on the very day of his death. Lieut. Slemmer, the Commandant at Fort Pickens, it is said, is to be promoted for "courage, zeal and efficiency." Dr. George Wilkins, a dentist, committed suicide in Boston, on Wednesday, by taking strychnine at Dooley's Hotel. The dwelling of Mr. Wallace Cave, of Orange county, Va., was consumed by fire on the 15th. Loss $4,000. The steamer Powhatan has arrived off Pensacola, making the fifth war vessel now stationed there. Fast day in Maine, April 11th.
Vagrancy. --George Wilkins was arraigned before His Honor yesterday on the charge of being drunk in the street, and as having no visible means of support. He claimed to be regularly employed in business in this city, and had only been loafing about for the last three weeks because he was sick.--A day or two ago he had done a little tailoring, and, realizing the money for it, thought he "would go on a little bust." He was field to bail in the sum of $200 for his future good behavior.