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Fatal Catastrophe. --The New Orleans (La.) Commercial Bulletin, of the 1st instant, states that, in consequence of recent rain storms, the Jackson Railroad was considerably damaged, and a down freight train, on the 27th ult., was precipitated into one of the "washes," near Magnolia, Miss., causing the death of the conductor, engineer and wood passer, and injuring a fireman dangerously.
rgeant to sell him into absolute slavery for life. Albert, slave to M. Mangum, charged with stealing four gold watches from Alexander Nott, on the night of the 1st inst., was led to the bar for trial, and plead not guilty. The Court, when the cause was fully heard, pronounced the prisoner guilty of the offence, and sentenced receive thirty and nine stripes. Thomas, slave of Charles H. Jones, charged with receiving of Woodson, a slave, a gold watch stolen from Alexander Nott on the 1st inst., knowing the same to have been stolen, was arraigned for trial and plead not guilty.--The Court, on hearing the cause, decided him to be guilty, and sentenced him to receive nine and thirty stripes. Woodson, slave to Charles H. Jones, charged with stealing a gold watch from Alexander Nott on the 1st inst., was tried, found guilty by the Court, and sentenced to receive thirty-nine stripes. In the case of Commonwealth against Jackson Crouch, Allen McGregor and Alfred Wright, cha