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r this city. His remains will be forwarded to New Orleans, where the deceased formerly resided. A Division of the Sons of Temperance was organized by members of the Richland Rifles, and other companies attached to the First Regiment, at Camp Huger, on Thursday evening last, and the following officers elected: W. P.--Captain John Cordero, of the Richland Rifles. W. A--Private P. Monroe Ruff, of the Richland Rifles R. S.--Private Geo. A. Hussey, of the Richland Rifles. A. R. S.--Sergeant Richard M. Frost, of Captain Haskell's Rifle Corps. F. S.--Private S. Aug. Sanders, of the Richland Rifles. T.--Sergeant R. N. Richbourg, of the Richland Rifles. C.--Corporal Osgood A. Mood, of the Richland Rifles. L. S.--Private E. Wesley Scott, of the Richland Rifles. O. S.--Private Samuel C. Hook, of the Richland Rifles. Chaplain--Sergeant John L. Root, of the Richland Rifles. Hall Keeper--Corporal George Dugus, of the Carolina Light Infantry. P. W. P.--Mayor Riddick, of Suffolk, Va.