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t soldier and a good citizen. William G. Hart, Deputy Provost-Marshal, was shot in several places — in the head and vitals — his wounds are probably mortal. James Goodrich, company C, Fifty-fourth Illinois, received a shocking wound — being shot in the bowels. His wound, we fear, will prove mortal. Unarmed as our boys were, nois; Alfred Swim, company C, Fifty-fourth; Nelson Wells, copperhead; John Cooper, copperhead. Wounded.--Colonel Mitchell, Fifty-fourth Illinois, slightly; James Goodrich, company C, Fifty-fourth, severely; Oliver Sallee, Fifty-fourth, severely; John Neer, company G, Fifty-fourth, slightly; William Decker, company G, Fifty-fourd Royes, slightly. Several of the copperheads were severely wounded, but were taken off in wagons. Tuesday Morning, 11.30 A. M. Messrs. Jenkins, Hart, and Goodrich are dead, having died at five, half-past 10, and half-past 11 o'clock, respectively, this morning, making a total of seven killed. Colonel Brooks's squad, goi<
Row at a drinking saloon. --Just after 6 o'clock yesterday evening, the Beauregard Saloon, 12th street, was the scene of a very animated row, a la Baltimore. In an endeavor to stop the "playful antics" of the parties engaged, a watchman named Blake was cut with a knife. Several other parties were cut and otherwise bruised. A man named James Goodrich, a prominent actor, was taken to the edge.
acity as surgeon, and in trying to restore order. A soldier, Alfred Swim, of company G., 54th Illinois, was shot, and taken to Drs. Allen and Van Meter's office, where he soon died. Mr. Swim lived somewhere near Causey, in Clark county, where he leaves a wife and three children. He is spoken of by all as having been an excellent soldier and a good citizen. william G. Harl, Deputy Provost Marshal, was shot in several places, in the head and vitals; his wounds are probably mortal.--James Goodrich, company c., 54th Illinois, received a shocking wound, being shot in the bowels; his wound, we fear, will prove mortal. Unharmed as our boys were, col. Mitchell soon rallied all he could, citizens and soldiers, and improvising such arms as could he had, gathered at the southwest corner of the square, as the insurgents retreated down the street, running east therefrom. Dispatches were sent to Mattoon for soldiers, and three hundred were soon on the way.--The insurgents halted somewh