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Suicide of a young Girl. --A young lady committed Suicide one day last week by drowning herself in Mulberry creek, near the Troy (Ga.) manufactory. The name of the young lady was Miss Martin, She had received a fancied in ult from her mother, and taking two little side with her, went to the creek, pulled off her shoes, telling the little girls to take them home and tell her mother she would never see her again, she stepped backwards off the bank into the water below, and soon disappeared beneath its gurgling current. The body was recovered some little time afterwards. At was somewhat bruited about the face, which was probably caused by the rocks in the creek.
ndent. 2d. On Cary, between 14th and 15th streets--Jno Lyon, Superintendent. Committee. 1st District.--1st street, below Cary, out west, including Penitentiary Hill-- Geo Gibson. 2d. South side of Broad to Cary from 1st out west — W Bigelow. 3d. From Broad to Leigh, from 1st out west — A U Mayo and Alex Denny. 4th. From 1st street to Frock Avenue, from Leigh out north — Moses Kilyson. 5th. Brook Avenue, from Leigh street, Basen Quarter Branch, and vicinity — Roger Martin and John 6th. From 9th to 4th street, from Broad to the river — Ans Snyder and John Knowise. 7th. 1st and 3d streets, from Broad to the Poor-house--Dr. John H. Ellerson and A L Edwards. 8th. 3d to 6th streets, from Broad to Poor house--Wm. J Bevil and Charles W Allen. 9th. 4th. to 6th streets from Broad to river--Dr. J Hall Moore and Cary Nicholas. 10th. 6th to 8th streets, both sides from Broad to the river — R B Hundley and J R Kliningham. 11th. 6th to 9t