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s as true now as when first issued from "the gentle William's" mental mint. Thomas Smith was induced through the promptings of the spirit alluded to, on Sunday evenihis 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 Costello 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 Custer by him, said he was moved t the parties had been 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 restored, Smith was committed in default of $300 to appear on the second Monday in August and answer an indictment for the offence The parties
s preached from second chapter of the Prophet Joel, twelfth and thirteenth verses. The race for the Convention between E. R. Chambers and J. G. Boyd was a spirited one, and resulted in the election of the former by a small majority. Considering that the editor of the Tobacco Plant was not so well known in the lower end of the county, and had to make a canvass in ten days, his friends think he made a fine run. Out of about eight hundred votes he received three hundred and forty-eight. Dr. Smith was not a candidate. Captain Wood's Company, the Carrington Guards, are now encamped in the suburbs of the town. He has about seventy-five men, and will be ready in a few days to march. First Lieutenant Field takes the place of the Captain, who is unable to get about much, owing to an accident to his foot. Captain Boswell has organized his company, which is called "The Mecklenburg Guards." He has an excellent list of officers, several of whom have been to military schools. His