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ter, dated 25th Jan., states as follows: "Brown, of the Auburn Guards, was killed to-day by Betts, of the Tuskegee Light Infantry. All justify Betts. The offence was an insult to Mrs. Betts." Betts. The offence was an insult to Mrs. Betts." Another dispatch states that Brown lived about an hour, during which he protested that he was not the man who insulted Mrs. Betts. He was killed with a bowie-knife, having first fired at Betts Mrs. Betts." Another dispatch states that Brown lived about an hour, during which he protested that he was not the man who insulted Mrs. Betts. He was killed with a bowie-knife, having first fired at Betts with a revolver, on the latter's making the attack. The South Carolina Ultimatum. The final demand of South Carolina for the surrender of Fort Sumter, it is understood, has been responded toMrs. Betts. He was killed with a bowie-knife, having first fired at Betts with a revolver, on the latter's making the attack. The South Carolina Ultimatum. The final demand of South Carolina for the surrender of Fort Sumter, it is understood, has been responded to negatively by the President, with the assurance that the fort would not be reinforced, unless demanded by Major Anderson. The impression exists in this city that this reply of the President will be Betts with a revolver, on the latter's making the attack. The South Carolina Ultimatum. The final demand of South Carolina for the surrender of Fort Sumter, it is understood, has been responded to negatively by the President, with the assurance that the fort would not be reinforced, unless demanded by Major Anderson. The impression exists in this city that this reply of the President will be laid before the Congress which is now in session at Montgomery, and that the future military operations in the harbor of Charleston and at Pensacola will be given in charge of the Provisional Governm