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d of Public Works for the Northwestern District, take place on Thursday next. For the office of Governor there are now but three candidates, Messrs. Hubard and Goggin having formally withdrawn. Those still in the field are Col. George W. Munford, of this city, Col. Thomas S. Flournoy, of Halifax, and Gen. William Smith, of Culpeper. For Lieutenant Governor a number of gentlemen have been named, mostly by newspaper correspondents. Two have been authoritatively put forward, viz: Samuel Price, of Greenbrier, and General J. D. Imboden, of Augusta. General John Echols, of Monroe, and James W. Sheffey, of Smythe, have been nominated in the papers. For Attorney General, J. Randolph Tucker has no opposition for re-election. For Congress and for the Assembly the candidates are abundant, and the canvass has been as animated as the state of war will permit. A number of counties being at this time in the enemy's lines, the elections for them will be made under a special law
ded down the canal until she met the Emily, and made her an easy prey. From Vicksburg. The Chronicle publishes rebel dispatches from Richmond journals of the 14th and says: "Accounts of the operations of Grant's army to the 17th do not differ materially from the rebel reports already published. The impression is gaining ground that Grant is perfect master of his situation. Warrenton is in our possession, and trains are hauling stores from that point. It is reported at Helena that Price and Marmaduke have a force of 10,000 strong at Wittsburg. Greensville, Miss., a town of some 400 inhabitants, is entirely destroyed." Grant's move is a splendid need of during which will place his name above that of all others in this war. It will be won by his daring, or all will be lost in irretrievable defeat. He landed sixty miles below Vicksburg. The object was Haines's Buff, the key of Vicksburg — as good as an open door, and thus will save life and consummate our wishes.--He