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The "Union Victory" in Portsmouth. The success of the Union candidates at the late municipal election in Portsmouth, where a large numbePortsmouth, where a large number of voters are Northern men employed at the Navy-Yard, has been heralded far and wide as a significant victory. The Norfolk Day Book, howeveeat. In the city election of town officers the Union majority in Portsmouth was 206. In the election of delegates to the Convention in Februhad plenty of work, why is it that nearly eight hundred voters of Portsmouth had been disfranchised for want of $5½? The syren song begins to that every man of them would have had employment, and the city of Portsmouth would have been from five to ten thousand dollars better off in tre now out of employment would find plenty to do. The election in Portsmouth is the most sad commentary upon the blind policy of the Union parat one could possibly desire written. "If the working men of Portsmouth depend upon the Navy Yard, or rather upon the work that a section
Died from his injuries. --James R. Smith, from Portsmouth, Va., who fell from the Pavillion Hotel, at Charleston, S. C., a few days ago, died on Tuesday morning, of injuries.