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im every night, and was with him every day until the day of the surrender. During the trying scenes of the war he conducted himself with extraordinary gallantry, and was promoted for his bravery and probity. He returned with Dr. Wooldridge to Manchester, and there they parted. His cream-colored horse was stolen at High Bridge, and afterwards he got a sorrel horse, which he rode back to Manchester, where they arrived about the 16th of April. Benjamin H. Finney, Esq., counsel for the accused, hManchester, where they arrived about the 16th of April. Benjamin H. Finney, Esq., counsel for the accused, here presented a paper, given to Dr. Wooldridge by certain parties, showing that the transaction was a matter of fair bargain and sale, and that they had a perfect right to part with the horse. Dr. Merritt, of the Eighteenth Mississippi regiment, gave and signed the paper, which was attested to by three witnesses. Captain Sinton testified that he was acquainted with the handwriting of Captain Sampson, one of the witnesses. This was his signature. He was satisfied that he would not lend his ai
Nuisance in Manchester. --We are requested to call the attention of the trustees and police of Manchester to a nuisance which has been annoying the citizens who reside and have to pass in its vicinity for some months. A parcel of negroes who live opposite the rear of the Baptist Church have accumulated there a pile of filth and official, the stench of which pervades the adjacent atmosphere and renders it almost intolerable. The proper persons have been notified of this before, and it is the trustees and police of Manchester to a nuisance which has been annoying the citizens who reside and have to pass in its vicinity for some months. A parcel of negroes who live opposite the rear of the Baptist Church have accumulated there a pile of filth and official, the stench of which pervades the adjacent atmosphere and renders it almost intolerable. The proper persons have been notified of this before, and it is expected that steps will be taken at an early day to abate the nuisance.
she repudiates her honest debts, to see anything in her conduct "strange and inexplicable." In her deepest distress and poverty she has not forgotten her ancient integrity, and will pay not only every dollar of her indebtedness since the 3d of April, but, as soon as she recovers from the the war has entailed remembered that just before the adjourned for the holidays a bill passed the Senate, and will, without doubt, be passed by the House after the recess, authorizing the Trustees of Manchester to borrow money on the credit of the town to build a bridge across James river at Richmond. Preparations are now being made to construct it at once. Able and experienced engineers are about to commence surveys to select the best site, and to prepare plans and estimates for its construction. Whether the bridge will be of wood, iron or stone, is not yet determined, but the present intention is to make it of the most durable material and in the best manner. When the several sites have bee