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s proper for its action. The following is a list of the officers composing the court: Col. Chambliss, 41st regiment Virginia volunteers; Lieut. Col. Cantwell, 2d regiment North Carolina volunteers; Major Lunday, 6th regiment Virginia volunteers; Major Brockett, 12th regiment Virginia volunteers; Major Forsyth, 3d regiment Alabama volunteers; Captain Bonham, 3d regiment Alabama volunteers; Capt. McKenny, 6th regiment Virginia volunteers; Capt. Nash, 41st regiment Virginia volunteers; Capt. Lyons, 12th regiment Virginia volunteers. Judge Advocate. The ticket of Presidential electors which has been suggested by the editorial corps of Richmond contains the name of Cincinnatus W. Newton, Esq., of this city, as the candidate for this (second) district. Mr. Newton is a son of the venerable Thomas Newton, deceased, who in times gone by represented our people for so many years in the United States House of Representatives as to obtain the appellation of "father of the House." Mr. New
The Congressional election. The election for members of Congress takes place on the 6th of November, and though we have not yet had the usual evidences of political excitement, the number of competing candidates will give a lively aspect to the contest. In this district, the citizens have an opportunity of selecting from a list of five, namely: John Tyler, George W. Randolph, James Lyons, William H. Macfarland, and Baker P. Lee. There may yet be other announcements, but it is presumed that this list will furnish the representation in Congress.