The bogus election on the Eastern Shore.
A correspondent of a Baltimore paper, writing from the Eastern Shore of Virginia
, in giving an account of the recent bogus election there, says:
"John O. Evans
, late of Norfolk
, was inspector of election.
Mr. Alexander Worrell
poll clerk, and Messrs. T. S. Tennis
and Wm. Burdick
commissioners." This correspondent farther says that ‘"wagon load after wagon load of men flocked to the polls to vote for Hon. Joseph Segar
The first named, Evans
, (says the Suffolk Sun
) who is little in every sense of the word, is well known about Suffolk
, where be owes much money, and sneaked off North without paying.
, after involving and ruining several worthy men hereabouts, though an Irishman, went off with his Yankee wife at the opening of the war, and Worrell
is well known all along the line of the Seaboard Road
as a genuine Yankee.
Such scamps as these are of course arrayed against the South
, and are fit supporters of such a man as ‘"Jo. Segar