ings of the spirit alluded to, on Sunday evening, to waylay and knock down Joseph Costello with a brickbat, and pound his seat of reason till sense and life had nearly left the unfortunate fellow.
This fact Costello testified to, and he was corroborated by the divorced wife of Smith and an interesting young female named Mary Hope, who had often heard "Tom" declare his sanguinary intentions towards Costello.
Mrs. Smith, ex-wife of the prisoner, said "Thom" was mad because she worked for CostCostello after she got rid of him. The latter is likely to be the case, as Smith, after acknowledging the assault, and the kicks, thumps, "chuck," &c., administered to Cu too intimate for his peace of mind.
At the conclusion of Smith's accusation, Costello called him a liar.
The Mayor threatened to commit both parties.
Order being rding-house, in the rolling-mill yard.
As the ladies departed in company with Costello, the look Smith gave the trio was anything but encouraging, considered in an a