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Telegrams. --Telegraphic dispatches, which were not delivered for want of proper address, may be found at the Richmond Office, 150 Main st: Atkinson, T J Broadax, W E Brown J B. Farinholt, Capt B L Garnett, Maj J L Gibbs Dr W H Hutter, Capt F C Jones, Samuel F Lyon, Dan'l jr. Malla, Mrs O Persen, Lt E O Roads, Capt Rosenfield, E K Tucker, Judge J W Vass, Jas Wilson, Geo ap 15--1t
smouth. --An "election" was held in Portsmouth, Va., last week. Over the head of the simon pure ticket was printed "For President, Abraham Lincoln — subject to the Union nomination." About 400 votes were cast. Dan Collins was re-elected Mayor, getting 46 more votes than his competitor, John C. Neville — P. H. Daughtry was elected Commonwealth's Attorney by a majority of 44 over Lieutenant Governor L. P. C. Cowper. The other officers chosen were Dempsey Nash, Clerk of the Court; John J. Williams, Commissioner of the Revenue; J. M. Fleming, City Sergeant; and Chas. C. Jordan, City Surveyor. and Chas. C. Jordan, City Surveyor. The Sidermen are: John W Tucker, Wm. G Webb, Thomas Kain, and L C Adams. Common Councilmen.--John H Burroughs. Thomas Kala, Thomas Moran, Mitchum Noet, P. H. Daughtry, Lemuel H Williams, A C Dunham, Joseph H Porter, Nicholas Shacklock, John Wilson, Richard McLean, and Wm Walker. Constables — Eugene Kelly, George H Johnson, Wm E Minter and John Q Ad
The Sævannah Republican says: "Strawberries have been selling in our market for a week, but we have been unable to reach them with anything shorter than a V. Green peas, we learn, will tempt us this week." In the city court of Mobile on Monday last Jacob Richmond was convicted of the crime of extortion. He was fined 8000 and sentenced to three months imprisonment in the county jail. Lt. Ed. A. West, Secretary to flag officer Tucker, at Charleston, S. C. was murdered in the streets of that city by some soldiers Friday night. Gen. N. G. Evans (Ball's Bluff) was seriously injured at Charleston, S. C., Saturday, by being thrown from his buggy.
orted that heavy skirmishing was going on yesterday in the neighborhood of Hanover Junction. Sheridan's Raiders. It is reported, on good authority, that Sheridan's cavalry force has crossed the Pamunkey at the White House, and gone up the Peninsula between the Pamunkey and Mattaponi rivers, with the view of effecting a junction with Grant. Our wounded at Resaca. The Atlanta papers furnish the names of several Confederate officers wounded in the battle of Resaca. Among them we find the following Brigadier Generals Walthall and Manigault, slightly, Brigadier General Tucker, of Miss., severely in arm; Col. R. J. Henderson, of Ga.; Col. Graves, of Tenn; Col. Copers, of S. C.; Majors Hulsey and Camp, of Ga; Capt. Pichell, engineer corps; Capt. Blanchard, of Ga.; Captain Carnatcher, of Tenn; Lieuts. Weems, of S. C.; Raleigh and McKennie, of Tenn. Lieut. Gen. Hardee had his horse killed under him by a shell. Col. Demoss, of the 10th Tennessee cavalry, is missing.
the throat of a hog, the property of Margaret, slave of Travis Lassiter. A witness saw Lewis attempt two or three times to drive the hog off the lot, designing, no doubt, to steal her; but failing to accomplish his object, he seized on to her and plunged a long shoemaker's knife into her throat. The hog had a litter of pigs only a few days old, which, by the loss of their mother, will probably be lost. Lewis was ordered to be whipped to the extent of the law. Washington, slave of John Williamson, was ordered thirty lashes for stealing nine pounds of fresh butter, belonging to Mrs Sarah E Hatcher, of Goochland. The butter had been sent by a servant to the Second Market for sale, and was stolen from his cart while the servant was waiting on customers. A fine was imposed upon Wm Lambert for driving a wagon over the sidewalk. An unlawful assembly of nine negroes, found in the kitchen of John R Tucker, on Thursday night, were punished with a limited number of stripes.
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The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1864., [Electronic resource], Death of the Commander of Fort Sumter. (search)
imposing one. The battalion of State Cadets, with reversed arms, attended by the band of the 1st S C Artillery, formed the escort, and a very large number of officers, mounted and in full uniform, immediately preceded the hearse. Amongst these were the Major General commanding the department and his entire staff, and the Brigadier General of this military district and staff. The navy was also well represented on the occasion by a large attendance of its officers in uniform, including Com Tucker and Capt Hunter. Truly, the solemn pageant was an honorable and fitting tribute to the worth of the youthful hero, who, in his death, has forever linked his name with the glorious record of Fort Sumter. The Charleston Courier says: It is but a fortnight or little, more since, on one of the few, short and hurried visits he could pay to the city, the writer of these lines met him. A friend referring in terms of admiring approval to his connection with Fort Sumter, Capt Mitchell
Wanted --To hire 6 negro Blacksmiths to make horse shoes and nails. Apply to Capt J S Tucker, Artillery Store, Richmond Arsenal, foot of 7th st. jy 25--6t
Wanted --To hire 6 negro Blacksmiths to make horse shoes and Apply to Capt J S Tucker, Artillery Store, Richmond Arsenal, foot of 7th st. jy 25--6t
Richmond Circuit Court, yesterday. --The testimony in the cases of Zimmerman, Herzog and Rodenkirscher having been concluded on yesterday, Mr. Aylett, for the petitioners, commenced the argument and will conclude his speech this morning. Mr. Tucker, on behalf of the Commonwealth, began his argument, but before concluding, postponed the remainder until Monday, to which day the further consideration of the cases were continued, as there are several other applications for writs to be heard this morning.
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