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The Daily Dispatch: September 10, 1863., [Electronic resource], Extortioners, forestallers, brokers, &c. (search)
Serious Accidents. --On Wednesday morning, whilst the train on the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad was returning to this city, a paroled Confederate soldier, whose name we could not learn, fell from the platform of the cars when near Chester Station, and was seriously injured. Two of the fingers on his right hand were out off, and his head was much out and mashed. His body was brought to Richmond soon after the accident occurred. A soldier named Miles Stration, belonging to company H, 2d regiment Georgia volunteers. Hood's division, fell from the platform of the cars going from this city to Petersburg, yesterday morning, breaking his leg and otherwise injuring himself. The accident occurred at Chester.
One hundred dollars reward. --Runaway from the subscriber, on the night of the 8th inst, a likely boy named Jim, about 16 years old. Jim has a full head of black hair, gingerbread color, well grown, and his walk is slow and careless. Said boy had on when he left a gray military cap, light grey jacket and dark pants, Jim was raised by Mrs. Well, in Stevensburg, Culpeper county, and may be making his way there, or he may have gone with Gen Hood's Division; as he has been in the army before, and liked it very much. Jim has relations living in Richmond, and may be lurking about the city at this time. G. Z. Miles, Firm of Miles & Bro. se 10--3t*