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-In the paragraph below the Bovay mentioned is a member of the Wisconsin Legislature, who was engaged in the rescue of Booth from Deputy United States Marshal Taylor, when the mob was headed by Mr. Daniels, the State geologist. A letter from Marshal Lewis says that even the women threatened him with shovels when he went to make the arrest.--The paragraph is from the Milwaukee Democrat of the 23d inst: Marshal Lewis arrested one Bovay (who had previously submitted himself for arrest,) at RMarshal Lewis arrested one Bovay (who had previously submitted himself for arrest,) at Ripon yesterday morning, and was about taking the cars when a sleigh load of citizens came up and told Mr. B. he should not go.--Bovay replied he had promised to go and go he would. After a brief altercation in regard to the matter, the citizens forcibly took the prisoner and carried him home. The United States Marshal, disconsolate and discomfited, left Ripon in disgust — making no further effort to arrest. We understand Mr. B. was indicted in the United States District Court for aiding in d
Skating. --Dr. Lewis, in his Journal, says it is very doubtful if skating be one of our best exercises. It is not quite free from danger to life and limb, while such rapid motion through a keen, cutting atmosphere, by those who live mostly in high furnace first in certainly a very questionable venture. Every year, since skating became the rage, thousands of lungs have been seriously compromised by this violent change. Skating is excellent for hardy people, and for those much accustomed to exposure, but it is to be used with great caution by those who live in heated parlors.