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The foundry building at Shenandoah City, the property of a Northern company, was destroyed by fire on Wednesday evening last, by Federal marauders. They seem unsparing in their acts of villainy. The colored firemen, of Montgomery, Ala., recently gave a ball for the benefit of the volunteers from that city, the proceeds of which amounted to one hundred and fifty dollars. A man named Smith was brought before the Mayor of New Orleans on Thursday last, charged with being an Abolitionist. The charge was proven, and Mr. Smith was sent to the workhouse for six months. The funeral of Gen. Walter Jones took place in Washington city on the 16th, from the residence of Mr. Miller, on F street.
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