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gland and the Middle West. On June 4, 1889, a group of camera fiends met at the home of George L. Stone on Ashland street, with a view to forming an organization. Among those present were George E. Davenport, E. E. Sweeney, J. H. Wheeler, J. F. Johnson, Charles D. Tucker and George L. Stone of Medford, and Henry S. Fisher and E. L. Jenkins of Everett. The officers elected were: President, George L. Stone; Vice-President, George E. Davenport; Secretary and Treasurer, J. F. Johnson. On J. F. Johnson. On May 6, 1890, they adopted a Constitution Governing the Mystic Camera Club. For some time the club met at the homes of the members, and then occupied the Legion of Honor Hall. Later they met in Odd Fellows Hall. They had quarters in the Riverside block on Main street, adjoining the Medford Art Club, until July 7, 1896, when they moved to the Pierce block, West Medford. February 1, 1898, they moved to the ell of the Medford Historical building, corner of Salem and Ashland streets, where t
ers. Thomas Bruce74,524Wm. Lamb.74,306 Marmaduke Johnson74,524J. R. Edmunds.74,245 L. J. Bowden74,524James Lyons74,245 J. J. Jackson, Jr.74,524R. A. Clay brook74,245 F. T. Anderson74,450W. H. Anthony74,245 B. H. Shackelford.74,377J. W. Massie74,155 A. B. Caldwall74,249Isaac B. Dunn73,585 L. H. Chancellor74,020Z. Kidwell73,495 Jos. Christian74,097T. F. Goods73,671 Walter Presson73,927T. T. Tredway72,865 J. T. Thomson73,208B. B. Douglas72,529 T. H. Epes.73,168Eppa Hunton72,464 J. F. Johnson73,102J. G. Newman72,457 W. R. Staples72,747J. L. Kemper71,687 A. E. Kennedy72,466T. M. Isabel71,106 Scattering votes. BellElectors.BreckinridgeElectors. J. H. Chandler332Thomas E Goods1174 L. B. Chandler150T. F. Tredway601 Francis H. Epps1361J. T. Tredway185 L. H. Chambers19T. J. Treadway94 John S. Thornton1176James F. Kemper447 John J. Thornton140James S. Kemper458 Jas T. Johnson1225Joseph L. Kemper894 Jas S. Johnson197John L. Kemper432 O. Christian427James L. Kimbe
mpany; authorizing the Governor to pardon slave--, and restore him to his owner; to suspend the levying of taxes by the State on the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Company for six years; to incorporate the Marshall county Oil and Mining Company. Resolutions of Inquiry Adopted.--By Mr. McKenney, of reporting a bill to prevent vessels, &c., from being moored to buoys, beacons, or other floating guides, placed in the navigable waters of this State by the United States Light-House Board; by Mr. Johnson, of incorporating the Rocky Point Lime and Marble Company, in the county of Botetourt. Bills Passed.--House bill amending the charter of the town of Charleston, in the county of Kanawha: House bill to amend the 2nd; 3rd and 6th sections of an act passed February 28th, 1856, providing for working the roads of Loudoun; House bill amending the charter of the Brown's Gap Turnpike Company; House bill authorizing the Board of Public Works to appoint Commissioners to estimate and report upo
An Impudent specimen of mineralogy. --Prof. Johnson, of Middletown University, was one day lecturing before the students on mineralogy. He had before him quite a number of specimens of various sorts to illustrate the subject. A roguish student, for sport, slily slipped a piece of brick among the stones.--The Professor was taking up the stones, one after another, and naming them. "This," said he, "is a piece of granite; this is a piece of feldspar, " etc. Presently he came to the brickbat. Without betraying any kind of surprise, or even changing the tone of his voice, "This," said he, holding it up, "is a piece of impudence!"
Passing counterfeit money. --The time of the Hustings Court was consumed yesterday in hearing testimony and arguments in the case of David S. Chilton, charged with passing and having in his possession counterfeit South Carolina Bank notes. W. L. Goggin, J. F. Johnson and W. W. Crump addressed the jury in behalf of the prisoner. Littleton Tazewell for the Commonwealth. The case was not concluded at a late hour yesterday evening. P. S.--The jury, late in the evening, brought in a verdict of "not guilty." The verdict was received with applause, and two of the offenders were brought before the Judge and fined $10 each. There are other cases against Chilton not yet disposed of.
ved, and hence all indispensable means must be employed." and believing that kind and fraternal feeling between the people of all the States is indispensable to the maintenance of a happy and Union and maintained, and inviting the operation of the people of the in the accomplishment of objects no beneficial to each and all, do resolve as follows: Resolved, &c., That Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierre, Roger. H. Tuney, Edward Everett, George M. Dalian, Thomas Ewing, Horace Binney, Johnson John J. Crittenden, George E. Pugh, and Richard. W. Thomson be, and they are hereby appointed, Commissioners on the part of Congress, to confer with a like number of Commissioners to be appointed by the States aforesaid, for the preservation of the Union and the maintenance of the Constitution, and that they report the result of said Conference to Congress for approval or rejection. Resolved, That upon the appointment of Commissioners, as hereby invited, by said States, and upon the m
Mr. John Hansberger, one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Rockingham county Va., died very suddenly of apoplexy, a few days since, near Manassas Junction. J. W. Page, Chark of the Corporation Court of Winchester, Va., died at his residence in that town a few days ago. The Mobile papers notice the arrival, in Mobile of Brigade-General L. P. Walker and staff. J. F. Johnson was elected Mayor of Montgomery, Ala., on the 2d inst.
The Daily Dispatch: September 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs in the West--fight at Munfordsville, Ky.--blockade of the Ohio at Hamilton. (search)
cers and soldiers." with a recommendation that it pass. After some amendments, and considerable discussion, the bill was engrossed, read a third time, and passed. The House then took up the Arkansas contested election case, between Hons A. H. Garland and J. F. Johnson--Mr. Johnson contesting the seat of Mr. Garland upon the ground of informal returns from the county of Arkansas. This case occupied the remainder of the day's session, and the House adjourned without final action upon it. cers and soldiers." with a recommendation that it pass. After some amendments, and considerable discussion, the bill was engrossed, read a third time, and passed. The House then took up the Arkansas contested election case, between Hons A. H. Garland and J. F. Johnson--Mr. Johnson contesting the seat of Mr. Garland upon the ground of informal returns from the county of Arkansas. This case occupied the remainder of the day's session, and the House adjourned without final action upon it.
ast movement" on the Richmond." Last of Casualties in the twenty-fifth Virginia Battalion, Colonel W. M. Elliott, on the twenty-ninth of September at Fort Gilmer. Field and Staff.--Killed — None. Wounded — None. Company A, Captain J. H. Greanor commanding.--Killed--Lieutenant R. E. Mills. Wounded--Privates Cornelius Graham, severely in hand — in hands of enemy; Dennis H. White, slightly in head. Company B. Sergeant John D. Hansom commanding.--Killed — None. Wounded--Privates J. F. Johnson, in hand; H. L. Poole, in thing; J. J. Gains, in hand; David Thomas, in hand. Company C, Lieutenant C. D. Anderson commanding.--Killed — None. Wounded — None. Company D, Lieutenant McIntosh commanding, Killed — None. Wounded--Private Morris, slightly in thigh. Company E, Lieutenant James L. Bray commanding.--Killed — none. Wounded--Privates J. W. Bradberry, severely in head; W. H. Hubbard, in hand; B. W. Palmer, slightly in arm. Company F, Lieutenant T