ucing only a slight flesh wound on his abdomen.
The watch thus providentially saved his life.
Dr. York, surgeon of the 54th Illinois, while passing through the court-house, was approached by some one pistol being placed so close to him that the powder burned his coat!
So far as we can learn, Dr. York was not actively engaged in the affray, save in his professional capacity as surgeon, and in trion, cutting the telegraph wires as they went, unfortunately before a elspatch could be sent to Dr. York's family, at Paris, giving notice of his assassination.
About five o'clock the reinforcemetful proclivities, have got their eyes opened to the real intents of their associates.
Dr. Shubal York, of the 54th Illinois regiment, murdered in the first outbreak at charleston, was spoken ofalled out by Eden's assault upon him in a speech to the meeting held at charleston on Monday.
Dr. York was a gallant and estimable man and officer, and was connected with the regiment from the time