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, by an explosion of gunpowder. The impenetrability of the rhinoceros' hide is stated by recent English hunters to be a fable. A common buck-shot will in reality go through the hide with perfect ease. A London paper gives the rumor that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews have separated, because Charles took madame's salary to pay his own debts. A destructive flood occurred last week in Rockingham county, Va. Farms were damaged and bridges swept off. Edward E. Hall, a railroad conMrs. Charles Mathews have separated, because Charles took madame's salary to pay his own debts. A destructive flood occurred last week in Rockingham county, Va. Farms were damaged and bridges swept off. Edward E. Hall, a railroad conductor, of Baltimore, was instantly killed at Harrisburg, Pa., last week, by falling from a train. Mr. Richard Grainger, the celebrated builder and architect, of Newcastle, England, died on the 4th of July. Hon. Thos. F. Marshall was badly beaten at Newport, Ky., on Tuesday, by Mr. James White. It is reported in Paris that young Mr. Patterson Bonaparte is about to marry a daughter of Prince Murat. Benj. Lockwood, an old citizen of Marshall county, Va., committed suicide on th