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Staunton, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
"Over the left," the can't phrase for implying falsehood, has been abandoned for the more emphatic and significant expression of "over the wires." The telegraph operators in the Confederate States have formed a Southern Telegraph Association, with Charles A. Gaston, of Mobile, President. The incorporating room of the powder mills near Raleigh, N. C., blew up on Friday last. Loss $12,000. In Lynchburg, Va., on Monday, a negro girl sold at the enormous price of $6,150. Flour is quoted at $50 per barrel in Staunton, Virginia.
James Lyons (search for this): article 11
Convicted. --Sydney Wicker, indicted for the murder of Gen. P. Wright, alias Doyle, has been tried before Judge Lyons, of the Husting Court, found guilty, by the jury, and his term of punishment ascertained at seven years in the penitentiary. Gen. Marshall, his counsel, will argue his motion to set aside the verdict to-day.
Convicted. --Sydney Wicker, indicted for the murder of Gen. P. Wright, alias Doyle, has been tried before Judge Lyons, of the Husting Court, found guilty, by the jury, and his term of punishment ascertained at seven years in the penitentiary. Gen. Marshall, his counsel, will argue his motion to set aside the verdict to-day.
Convicted. --Sydney Wicker, indicted for the murder of Gen. P. Wright, alias Doyle, has been tried before Judge Lyons, of the Husting Court, found guilty, by the jury, and his term of punishment ascertained at seven years in the penitentiary. Gen. Marshall, his counsel, will argue his motion to set aside the verdict to-day.
Convicted. --Sydney Wicker, indicted for the murder of Gen. P. Wright, alias Doyle, has been tried before Judge Lyons, of the Husting Court, found guilty, by the jury, and his term of punishment ascertained at seven years in the penitentiary. Gen. Marshall, his counsel, will argue his motion to set aside the verdict to-day.
Sydney Wicker (search for this): article 11
Convicted. --Sydney Wicker, indicted for the murder of Gen. P. Wright, alias Doyle, has been tried before Judge Lyons, of the Husting Court, found guilty, by the jury, and his term of punishment ascertained at seven years in the penitentiary. Gen. Marshall, his counsel, will argue his motion to set aside the verdict to-day.
The waste Lands are being employed in some of the departments, and perform the duties equally as well as sounder men, who are young enough to take their turns in the field. If cripples and non- conscripts were generally employed, Gen. Bragg would soon have a reinforcement of 50,000 men.
E. G. Dill (search for this): article 13
Capt. E. G. Dill, of the C. S. Department of Justice, has been commissioned, and raised a company of sixty-odd men to do local service when called on. Capt. D. is a man of system and energy, and will soon have his command in fine trim for the field.
Judge Gregory held his Court yesterday, but tried no criminal cases. The chancery docket was called.
Robert Clark (search for this): article 15
Trespassing. --A young man, who gave his name as Robert Clark, was before the Mayor yesterday on complaint of Mr. Betts, one of the proprietors of the Spotswood Hotel, who charged him with trespassing on that establishment, threatening to spit in his face, and with endeavoring to create a disturbance.--Clark denied the accusations, but having no witnesses to prove his innocence, was held to bail to keep the peace in the sum of $400. Trespassing. --A young man, who gave his name as Robert Clark, was before the Mayor yesterday on complaint of Mr. Betts, one of the proprietors of the Spotswood Hotel, who charged him with trespassing on that establishment, threatening to spit in his face, and with endeavoring to create a disturbance.--Clark denied the accusations, but having no witnesses to prove his innocence, was held to bail to keep the peace in the sum of $400.
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