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(.4 i r 1 1 we. ' t a a aaw -aa - ...... " . .. " "' '. ' ' ' ' ' " '' II. MANCHESTER TT APItlL 1, ISO:?. X0 45. Tha Haachcslcr Jcnrnal. rciut8 svity ti iidat iioimxo mt etaa katsa.a tob, o. a. pif.hck, L. S A RG EANT, iWo. . 7 lw AJ.l er mm. or (I. SO al th. 4 tli yx. I rw. W faiK la &ca tjrB Cowety. RATT or AttTFRTUISU ! t ), .:. - M' t frjuar., aracfca, .-.II 1 titiaa,iM ., o 1 -t mi.., w tu, - . . - i8 CO I -4 column, year, 11 f i.w tV 4. a . tnm tHa , r.-iitii 4nrU-t rrW i Jv. C. A PtiRCE, PiseiTOB. LIST OF ACKST W aw tri utWiitl to .(. .uWrif.ti.cw, give rinp atxt trawsacl wther buto la t half c 111. Jurat.!, t Arlington, Din Ceorcf. Kt AfWngloa. f.iw4D Atulswokth. M eat Arlluft". R.T. Hueo.- Isorwt, . F Huixcr. Kul l)TMtl. STM-wta GnWT. f .Hrw. C. P. Miao, Hki-am . Snk fcwt, JoM ClKTla. h-wItiii. a. p. ;, Kiprt..lMI L. ICM- I ! Rupert, A. It. Irl. SttWtol. P.O lUro. falfrt. W. 0. P.. Jam.ic. II. II. W Ktn m. Auti fu o"r kwaJitw wSU It. jiccu bi after. in. i ' J L. If. .SPRAfil'K 1 I CLIPTO 8PRIKG8 WATER-CURE, 4t Oktsio Coiart, X. V. G. L A.VKS, if. !-, Physlrfan ami Rur?eon, orrira I immim iut r tk trtiT cut aca. rrroaT Toiar, May 27, 1862. IK If. MKACItAN, M.IK raacTicisa PIIYSICI1N and BURGEON 4,;f tA(1u rMT, Vr. I c. o u vis, SURGEON DENTIST, Mvnt.rra. Vtcaosr J). cor, a mrrscn r si m.ai i n rtxiTs ani shoi;s. t X.rt Sot-th ttf (Vnyri'S'ifini t Cknnh. .va av; .SOX, Att'u sad fBBBllon at Lair. rrice ovsa cqci.tax iTuafc. Mscarrt.B, Vrsaost. I.. MISrU, . E. MISER. ' E. D. Jil'llTOS, jltttriCJ SB J foBBSfllfir at Law. j Ofie ia Ih Ceurt lloutr. n. a. o ir i k A, .lttorafv at Law, a s f Fire aod Life laiunnrc Igtnt, MsBCwawrra. aaoT. BUTLER $ WUEKLER. tt'js bb CBB4fllar at Law. Jamaica, Yt. k. aiTtr.a. a. b. wticttta. Fire lasaraarr. ixtciasrt trrsciso is ttamc Tire lnrinre V-, JiOBWlCH, CT. Jampslrn Tire lBSraef '., sruNuncLD, mass. ScOi as which art pcefecllv rctiahSe, a4 Uvo mplt4 with th to". t Vmneol reiu to k'wnutf. Co-apwM turn la this iN. atom i a iw t River Matam! iHtarnatcc BELLOWS FALLS, YT. kii ia M.r rcluMt Cam by ItrKRT K. MISCR. Aetit. , May IT, 1M. CLARK & BROTHERS, (f il tk it . Watches aod Jewelry, tLVta ASO PLATED WARE. CWlt,! fanwe Uami. He. Hair frin'. ks,iky aa4 tspHaeir wmtv rfi.-tst, . rtiec. i9 tJilXS WICTACUA :t p.acra, for . L 4k HI.WI. SUTLAXD, Vr. UAWXa ri k 4.. pn 4 t II jot hval orricn. WAR A31 ROMANCE, ,.!..-.t. ...mnt ,;ki lt"J UIV 'MV.f. -.p,.. - Vkktborg nlr.l trnj4jru wer" f:rrJ 6m a It a rrbtl battery at Skijv - itb Umling. nvl many milr from tl.e mou'h of llse Ya.-uc. N' sooner aa Ike on!rsg rrportel at Iwatl'iuartfm than the aJuirai -rtt an npJnion to rt'iuovv the battery aod d Mroy the flare. 1 he work of tb Ucetruftiuj wa effort uJ)y done j not a atmciure whkh nti!v thelier' rcbtl bead a left Mandin" in th r'"" teteral j the present opperation of tho Mdeerco" by sending them op the Yaio river. I5ut Mrs. llarru was a rebel, intense, red hot in her advocacy of southern righu and her denunciation of north ern wrongs. Although he had not taken op arms a;aimt the govern mi nt. kt t-n iioni! ihe h'ss suhiect to .. ... . . ,. ,. ,i the indi-ci iminalni!! swoon ol I lie prorkitnatiflii," her niggers, according to thul docuinciit, were free, and if the cciiifvdoniey failed rhe ronl I only gel her jny for them by eMib!Miing ln-r loyally in a court of ju-tiee. II-r loy alty to the Yankee nation ? not she ! She was tptinky, :is n widow of thirty enn he. ,S!ie cot:M e Ghl Ale and eicrvoihi r Ynnkce in the h.n-nv hind , ... , ti i t of Lanann oelre lll) could aeknoI- edge allegiance lo the. ahingtou govertimcnt. ?ercrih'Ics.-, V nig all she of -essedof thU wot Id's atuahh s, she would like to savo tho- lii.'er... " Nothing en-h i" igg-sti il C'npt. Edwaid V. .Suiheihiinl, i.l i!,c V S. ram tia en of the Wi'.-I, who, rtliact- ,ed hy her snupping black yes gab led in a Mi ndly cou -t .aiinn e iih tin- I nly, after burning her Imn-e d'uvn. "Nothing iaicr in the cilii, in i ' an.." "How so, c:iiiiiin ? yon dnii'l i it. -llilt"iiie I would take that od'ous otilh. j it (or eery nigger in the South." ! But you need nut l:.lc the oa h, ! mm! am at least not Ihut otith." j I du not undcr-tntid v on, captain," said the hhiw, I " I said you l ei d not tskc the o ith j of allegiance ; ou ran ,-'iib!ih ymir loyally wiihont it nt least," with n rfpect!ul 1kw, " I can establish it for you." " lnd. ul, .how will vou do il cap tain r" " Simply enough. I am in the gov- i ernmctit eri ice. I command one of 'the boats of the western navy tech- 'I-nom.nated a ram, madam- I HUW l I. in; 111 111' I.IV1. .I lUltlf. i my loyally U unimpeached, and, mad tarn, I assure ) it is uninipcachahle. Now, H we could only say lo the cov- crnment, those niggers nrc mine Tlie captain waited a moment to i sec what effect his speech was produR ing. "Well" said the widow, impatiently tapping with her well shaped foot one of the smoking timber of her la.e do- j miciL " In short, my dear madam, you can ! " J save the niggers, save your eonseien- iivu, hiiu n.i,t; me uum n in- . 1 ' ! ture life of mierv be becxnn'mg my ; n ' " J ( ' 1 ' j The eaptuin looked about wildly, as j if he eip.-eted a sudden attack from ! giK-rrihas. The whh.w tapped the smouhlering limliers more violently j forafr minutes and then, turning j .: i r . (.. her bright rye full upon ihe captain, said, I'll do it." The hv-t arri al at Cairo from Vcks fcorg, bring the intelligence that ('apt. Sutherland, of the ram Queen of the West, was married a few day since on board (he gunboat Tj ler, to Mrs Ilarri, of Skipwith landing. Strcral officers of the army fsiid naiy were present lo wiiness the ceremony, w hieh was fietfo med by a Methodist clergy- j man. and Admiral I'orter gave away : the bhhing bride. Sh is repn setited j lo be a woman of indominitable pluck, ' and for the present shares the wild life ', ol her husband on I be ram Quet n of I c W'eti. In r"lat",on to nipi r. Old . .i a I.l. i.. . . . ,, i kx e aim meanuii o which e nave iHn. .;, ,i. ,KW.;t,v i,.., ,,,..1 ,.,t ur e wat, an auic tmeer, nui, oiiK.nuoauiy ..H, at that of Mra-lUr. J tiwL -Ua..i m,a,,,a:hldr,jong.cme!r, , mi, Ui 1mcw Bat this rraaea.k .tim. toMed uf exit rnal ailniciions ifi the , , . " ' "'' n.aoe I pu jumcywi have reretted fall ac- i , . . . ) who hold lh dealime in the nations iVilmtm hiln lim-liinw Itufliiuan'a . .i j -i .. , , ... ihai of a howlrfd nod fifir ni-im,; . ., 1 uru-limg l.uuanan a TOOIlW 4,f ert tUiii tlimrcr I J1. ... , , ...... i. jhiw. ..in "" coat or wntin2 j A he, or C.J. Sutherland or somebody,! ! ma .il,tv rail technical ul.w-; . ' r- I - - - , - lion that in or.lcr to ave tUrra the ' nwrrwg wrtificAte oujht toditl back ! to 1st of January ; but in our opinio ; it fn't make much difT. ranee in th tni. ( 'kt'rtrijo Timet. A PROCLAMATION' BT THE COVIttSOR. leader almighty Got', in 1 1 1 jirov idence, a frenh pygc Iihs been opened i in our hi-iory a-t a ruiiioti, the full I feet tho end from the beginning, and while making the present the renc of our duly, keeps the future, ever in his own hand. lt ia pn.KM, in this period of trial and calamity, thnt we should publicly acknowledge our dependence upon God, looking to Him for wisdom and strength to guide us, and prHyin . " ' ' ' " " The Iord our God be v iih us, as he was with our fathers: lei hint not leave us or forsake us: that he uny incline our hearts unto Him, to walk in nil Hi ways, and to keep His command ments, ;uid His statutes, and His judg ment.., which he commanded our faili ers. In accordance wiih venerable tu- i touf, nl as fitting lo our jtresenl lie- ' i i .i .!........ 1 1 ri.n. in i, iu lie ooscrvcu uy inc ! people ol tliis Stale n a d iy of public j lis!it, Jliiinilatlvu and prtiyrr. AMcmbling jn lint day in our nc- i curionied places of wnr.-hi), remeii. i Utim,' the bounties and bte-ings of ! the past, and pcni'dilly coi.l'e-ing our tian-'res.-;otH, Ivl ih oiler J'ier to !,M.:,;ght Go.l:-T:.iU :,l! who mourn , . , . ,, , ! departed on T, or :.f i Ironic and 1 ' jdUlrcs may V co ulorted fom j Heaven; that nil hoiiorablo labor, and he vario'ts inihirtrinl iitir.,uit and in- terests of the people may be prosper ed s th.it the coming season tuny be j propitious to th.: hub iiid.ti.in.and thai Uiuntiftil harvests unv reward his la l . ". . . ; hjrs ; that our institutions of education and of Le.tuvolcnce and religion may j be favored of God, and be. fruitful in good influences ; that health mid do mestic peace and comfort may prevail j and that a-1 a people we may be char acterized by intelligence and viittie, and ull good workj. Duly mingling our humble depen dence upou God w ith our on active exertions, kt us w ith courgo that is firm but unassuming, and patriotism which is fervent but sober and untir ing dovote ourselves anew to our country's cause, resolved that we will do our w hole duty in aiding its Until and complete triumph over every foe. Aioiding w anion und indiscriminate censure of the measures of the Gov ernment, and nil licentious abuse of our extraordinary privileges as free men, let us with moderation and can- ilnr iudirn mid discus, tiiiblie. measures uwrV the true intmsU i and nnlf: re id our eountrv tinrnment ,, . . ... In all initmr nHiiirti(infi In Hit' i end that nil, both rulers ami ruled, , 1- i . , 1 i e may be enbghted, a sound public opiu- . , , ... . , , - ion promoted, und the rights of man maintained. r, our inn PVer altr,l ,t,c Lrave men w,0 i,av0 for,( from , ,0 fillt ,lC battlesof their country ; Mt TAi,iLa sorrowing over tha loss ol Wo , ho have fallen in its service. I t ns hope that Heaven will approve of the grateful ihough.mourtitul honor, which we bestow upo their sacred memory Given under my band, and the Seal of the Siatc, in Faecutive, Cham ber, nt Brattleboro, this twenty third day of March, in the year of oar lordotic thousand eight bun dred and sixty three, and of the independence of the United States the eighty-seventh. FREDERICK H0LBRO0K. Vj His Excellency the Governor, Saxcix VItLIAHS. Secretary of Civil and Military Affair. A'TOSCO" MSK. j An old broker, who riling a' eriei of ketcbe in the Boston 7'u-j Wrt, lelis the following lory of "i-ol ortl " bank formed by numUr oi "wmmen," In imitation rf tin" old I7nitel Slate Hank at the time th:it ,je timt the emt mut rtty t.f nute, j for hi )ain. Iastrad ot thw, M Gi ttiAtitutkm w in ojH-ration. perhaps, it that f the Staling t ear Brig, j otto liaJ md liia victim avevre, La These bank tran;.iio remind me ol a little etorr that a friend (not I.in- llfi".TiiJ of rigdiert thi yrr, coo , . idr hit !( of no m.lerial J uj to tb Coin) ucd to tell of a "cemman of:,. , . .. . e jtmon ctt, at a brtievt the plf can C'0'1 ' i ot easily upjHrI with atother erjaally oe- lie was arunnwnr slave of mote 1 ceptatle Gwicrat, although General Sioujh- ilhaniinual intelli' nee and cunning, Upon rotinj talile o yank cor-airs, that new wrinkle went through his wool. ,. ,. , . , ... .I At all events, in New Bedford he n found a community of "contraband- well to do in the world, nud some ol its members occasionally very greasy with money after the Intlers arrived, II, started the pnyWt of a Congo Ihn.k. While nu n have hank, why not de nigga :'" Colored individual.' institution entire! v. Magnificent piojccln big thing 1 into which the d.u Lies fin ,itd like Hies' to a lump of liver, nud ilepo.-ited their "IU1 currency u seii-endco prerideiil, who made whites of eyes stiiKvi ier 4han ever hy the marrelous dexterity with vhich, like Hit.cl's grave digger, -he gathered then in " , , , .. " l)e Bank and do 1 'resident were glorious sources of endless turkey gobbling iind priilu among the deposi- loi s a great sticct in fact until otic day a certain nig made a draw upon the institution for Sl,10, lu pay (f.r a , , i . i . i schooner he had just bought, when It J " ' ii .... .. with tin) stlf-el. cted , ' cocliintted and clcd its doors. ' A floured nigger vf a.n't a circtta.-' ; -tance to th-j wbiicocd cMidilion of i ! bin. whoaioused "de eulU ted popula-' .. ,, .i , v . ,, i M'"' w ilh the n.-bt.inling intelliget co i i i i , i i .. ; j "d;it de batik had done gone but. ; A mass meeting vns convened at or.ee, und the crowd demanded instant i explanation as to tho whereabouts of , the assets rYcciv ing the u.ual lucid and ,, ... . ... hiiihlv-saiislaclory statement which r ' pre,'ul..-nt generally give on such oc- casions, viz : " that the report will be ready in a few da) s." But (hat did nol sali-fy the Kthio- piansttho held out their hands f.r , , , . . , truth, and cheating was intimated ' swindling in fact. The honor of Mr. Johnsing was .touched by so malignant , an nccusatian, and he indignantly te- plied : - Cheatir. ' U'l n t.iv il il "' Win . . -I .! 1.3 X and in the midst of the row the prcsi- d.-nt stalked out and over to the -le- gal adviser of ihe bank," who publish- ed for him a notice, lo it; -Owing to the wanton destruction of the bank, by an unprincipled crowd, comr-osed doubtless of the enemies of ihe insti- tution. it was imiNissihle to furnish de. , , posilors with a detailed statement of its affaiis ""'il after ihe lapse of a few week. Aud in tho meantime all ' panic are eautkimd against tacrine- ing their claims for less than the full amount of the same and interest." fuse tie 00 cueaiing em r .o, eur . & tty ,gain All fair and 'bove hoard in dis bank."; Yesterday two members J our company " Look lit dat !" were transferred to serve the rrmaiudcr of Hauling out a sixpenny pass book, ,lloir 'm ' Rod Island Cattery, now he held it up to th- rolling sea of eyes ,tac,'t', 10 BriSdc' T1,t'ir nmn er b f r 'him John C. Connelly and William Moore, in K uTi ' ' caso the battery is dt4cheJ from the Brig. You fee dat ! Well, ebiry man . , ,, . . ., , sue, thy can return t" th Oompaur, if they dat cber put in a dollar into de bank, euoc,f " ( 0 got his name put down in dis book. ( Ebery ting am s.piare.'' j Explosion at a U:eki. Lauora. fook! It am nil down in de tort.- The explosion at the labora F tory, on Brown's Island, near Rich Throwing that document into the mond, several da vs scinee, was a fright swaying field of ebony and wool, it fui catastrophe. Between 30 to 40 was soon torn into shreds by the ignor- live, wrr)j Among tho horrors of ant victims in their anxiety to see if l,c i-ccnr, was a woman whoe clothes each one's name was ,afely entered ; nnvi.iOIMj ; flum,.t Blwi - uu A for'Johnsing, be always insisted benefaction of Providence, (be exhibi- i finally fell dead, being shot wirb, five that tt am all down in de book;" tion wa without charge to all win bullets and ran through with tao bay andtfWn aar attempt to make him eoold see. Tlie Tim, of that city ! "'U The land!or.L hi, wife and lb ' ' , . ,i , i e i . . i . i Lieutenant are now lying at the oomt diszoire. or n reply to anv slurs on says that a circle of hght extended ,,.. ., lt .. .i.,.t.. jhis honesty, be immediately put up that hhield, aud froze his antagonist wiih his honor and rerli! ude in putting ! -it i II down in de book. j j . If wc or-ly knew it, cur rurcat are o't our let! a-1 - '."- fti'.SCJi. i Iro or a (oaniroMicf ) from llir I till ItrjBlmrnt. Cmy bear t a"rfu Slulw.o V. ) l ' . f : -1- .. mca t ut. boweter, a eel i - o intrrett h occurrcl aha w, durinfl J Jer ly tbc rct.it; Lut in view of tb. pro. tou a ctrniJertd to te, as I hare ao dcabt nttanpt to anJ no particul fr the pwt wk the r-gluients here, for ,,,f dcf,m of t,,e s,"riu" LlT Wn tnP ed io conttruciln: rifle nits and othetwis , ... " . , . , , ttreagtbening th position, in anticipation , ,he nMt lteB,ptSng 4 nU lt Ufrt. We have now uccupitd our present camp tas mcnths, which ha seeinwl to as a long time, for w hsd Ueoma so aceustemed io M . "f 111 tit wrm li'il I -'il fnaa.I In FvSiliAvat li-t as t lu,reh. 01ice ,n two wwk. Ucamt i,,dipcnstle feature In tli n Slitury rsrecr , of the 1 1th. Ksch dy hrings some sppaiently reaaou. M" Uum iuM ruutvr' - ,,M or derea us to the ' front," to Iljitimore, aud histly to Canada Lint, to da guurdituly! v ,,0B,.vert w, dwm u)iroMcD. able, anJ It serves only to lessen our eou- fidenc. la th veracity cf the old dsmc. We cannot coaeeir ft what porpofa a guard ;nwrCMj LiM U it b. our patriutie Vraionter, of them , , ,, ... , . Contemplate cniigiating to a C reijn eouotry , wcp, ,ie fultB eoniiflR ih.a(il Ne! That deluded wretch who would 9c his coun- try in the hour of its peril does not, t trust, dk-grac Vernioai. Kut so. I deceived la " Judf m" ( " J P-irtaita. of my brother tcimontcrs, now t home, .,. . , aad a ciurj is really ncccsarr. nc.ir fun. d:i Liue , to kcp some of the mora nervous ones within scoj of "I'ucle Samuel's" nu. tbwity, why, thea, I would soy that I think 21 v7"10"' Briga.1. would most cl.cer. lu'iy peifonu th.it dii'y, nnd if a .'ii.nd was . ' ' , " . ,. , found to be necessary for a loager jwodjliao 0ur present term of cn!istni.at, we wthl rc-eulit fr another nine inontl.s. It Is five mouths to-dny ri ee c mustered 1,1,0 Ln'J t,a service, and about ,evcn mo"tb w our cmf"J ' Wgaa. Ued, hut we Ho not expect that our term of , , , . service will expire ui.j .July Slat, bine nil(Iltll, fwB ,bc da,e bf n,us!cr CouiJ brigade t discharged in Slay, as it aught ' be, I do not deem it an t xsgseration to T that tao-lhirds of the men mould enlist t4iu "U,'io tw "wnlh f,fm' ' it of their Uncharge; but hold theui until July, ,, ;.. ., .. , and I ininguif the MiitiUr is sir,U that -U0;J m-enlitt. The health of Couipary ('," t present, is good, thert being Liu thi-r in the rei- uiental hospital, all of which me doing well. "b1 lu '"' l v.pi.m .uuii.uu, on t ..,.. ,t.A. ".... f .... . the sick list now, tut I trust he will soon be rihl n ,(( WM;k ,Mm in QW C ,)uij,Jing, in w, , oref, enorh 0f C((rnbuS.ible to have rent in frag,m.ll(s t., cry tenement on the Is-1 fari(. sllC IU h,A aa ,t , L orM. of w worktnen iu lhw Ur rlltrae cxpUmilM orizina. ...i :.. . i ti , in a nom w here girls were em- pl,np,l. . .. . . GAMt Fhcxomejtom.-. T here was public exhibition of " Sundoga at Duboo,ue, on Monday morning last, at about eight o'clock. Like all other j around the whole horizon, on a kvel ! fie -u,x ,rtm ,l":u al equal Uis-j nee, dej-ended four large and lriiliBt I mock suns, those, nearest - Old Sol" j himself Ung ihe hrit'htef!. The ? , , . i whole jcf le -c:o out W us lb- r h. ? nc.nenrti 9 a P'at'.'.T f.f t-jvrt :. 1 j CioTTo'a MoDtt. Giotto inte ' h-d to make a paint in j of iht rruai ! fiction, induced a poor man lo u8r (he nrotniM ot beiff art at IilrtT to 1 " i " """-""'7 j M.jrL.(j ailE:2er anl iWd him t i the heart ! He then m t about paint ing the d;ing agonies of the victim to his foul treachery. When bo bad finished bis picture, he caried it lo the pope, who was so well plead with it that he resolved to place it above the alur of hi own chajel. Giotio observed, (hat as hi. hob nets liked tho copy ro well, be might per haps like to see tho original. The pope .'hocked at the Imphrty of the idea uttered an ezclnuia'.ion of surprise. " I mean Added Giotto I will alow you the person whom I employed as my model in this picture, but it must be on a condition that your holiness will uIiMiUe me from all punishment for the use hiel, I have made of Litu.' , The jmpo promised Giotto the th. J solution for which lie stipulated, and aceompiinicd the artist lo hi studio. On entering Giotto drew asido a cur ium which hung before the dead man, siill stretched on the cross, and cover ed with blood. The barbarous exhibi tion struck the pontiiT w ith horror j bo told Giotio lie could never give him absolution for sj cruel a deed, that be had only one favor lo n.k, that hit holiness would give him leave lo fin. ih the piece before be died. The re quest had too imonant an object to be denied ; the jwpe readily granted it j and in the meantime a guard wa set over Giotto to prevent his escape. On the painting being replaced in the at. list's hands, the first thing be did was to take a brush, and dipping it Info thick varnish, he daubed the picture all over with il, and then announced that ho had finished his task. Hi holiness was greatly incensed at this abuse of the indulgence he bad thus given, and threatened Giotto that be should be put lo ihe aiost cruel death, unless he painted another picture equal to the one which he had des troyed. Of what avail is your threat," replied Giotto, "to a man whom you have doomed to death at any rate?' "But," replied his holi ness. " I can revoke thnt doom." M Yes," continued Giotto, "but you catjtiot prevail on me lo trust to you verbal promise a second time." "You shall have a pardon under my signet before you begin." On that a condi tional pardon was accordingly made out and given to Giollo, who, taking a wet sponge, in a few minutes ' wiped off the coating with which he had be daubed the picture, nnd instead of a copy, restored the w iginal in all iti beauty to his holiness. Tkukiiilk Tn.GErT at Cot tat tics. A terrible tragic affair occurred nt the Columbus House, Columbus, Ky a few day ago. A man by the ' name of Rodger, w ho wat elected a I member of Congress from the Mem I phi district, but on tome account was refused a sent, in a sudden fa of m- sanity, as is supposed, commenced an, attack upon a Lieutenant while in bed. - be landWJ, hearing the disturbanee. j rushed in, when Rodr attacked bitn I wi,h k"iff' U,,Wd lm W5 mftnm'r' Th U"llor!' wif'- j lring her husband's eric, for help, j me running in, and wai immediately S c 7 madman, and guM in a manner wUieh render her recoee ry impossible. During the affray, I 1ms Lieut, received a i-to shot, which is feared wiil prove mortal. The guard here rushed iu and Cred upoH the onfortunate man, who attemptct bis work of murder upon them. He nll0t u, ,ivo i, night. Ia any uher j.lace than Columbus, this would ertate a senaation, but here it is al- njl: . . , t ci l A renchTan ai I of Shakfr-rer, , Vtr, gKJj rty;SJ. r, ro ,m ,;, ?(jti J, t u r mcrpf reus ."