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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaways.--one thousand dollars reward. (search)
eet each other daily, at the grey of the morning, with the whistling of a bullet; and there is throughout that army a general antipathy to conference. Our cavalry are beginning to somewhat change the tide of affairs, and are driving the Yankee horsemen from pillar to post. There have been several small affairs in the Luray Valley; in which the Confederates have come off first best. Citizens of Staunton say that the body of cavalry which lately passed through that town on their way to Sheridan were the most efficient, and most finely armed and equipped, they have seen during the war. The affair in East Tennessee. We have some further particulars of the affair in East Tennessee, mentioned a few days ago. It appears that Lincoln is making a desperate effort to hold East Tennessee until after the election, and has recently thrown the following force in there for that purpose: At Knoxville, two regiments of negroes and the Eighth Ohio cavalry; at Strawberry Plains, the Sixte
The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the Runaways.--one thousand dollars reward. (search)
nd, who was captured six months ago, has been sent to the Alton (Illinois) prison. A hotel is up at raffle in St. Joseph, Missouri. It is valued at one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, and the tickets are one dollar each. General Sheridan, in the course of his recent campaign in the Valley, has had five of his staff officers killed or wounded. One lady and twelve gentlemen were graduated at Oberlin College at the late commencement. A movement is proposed at Nantuckeollege at the late commencement. A movement is proposed at Nantucket to enter upon the cod and mackerel fishery as a means of retrieving the prosperity of the town. Miss Dickinson lectured in the Boston Fraternity Course last week. Topic: "Chicago the Last Ditch." Sheridan's losses in the battle of Strasburg are now officially put down at 7,086. Secretary Stanton is quite ill from chills and fever, supposed to have been contracted in the miasmas on the banks of the James.