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oods, after being taken a short distance. Half of the drivers were killed and wounded before even a demands for surrender was made. The wagons were partly broken and partly burned, and the released mules afterwards broke loose and came galloping into town. Butler's Robberies to be Investigated. Gen Butler is at a large discount for his failure on the Southside. His "patriotism," however, is greatly praised for consenting so cheerfully for the larger part of his command, under Baldy Smith, to leave him and go to Grant. Garrett Davis, however, has taken advantage of his present grief to attack him by resolution in the United States Senate, as follows: Whereas, It has been frequently charged in the public prints and other modes, that when the leaders of the present rebellion were engaged in plotting and maturing it, Benjamin F Butler was cognizant of and privy to their treasonable purpose, and gave them his countenance, sympathy and support; and that he, the said Butl
commission. Fifty dollars fine and confiscation of the meat was the decision in the case. Margaret Kell, charged with receiving twenty and buying five pounds of sugar from a negro man, knowing it to have been stolen, was fined $20. Robert B Smith, from whom the article was taken, stated that the morning after his store was robbed, sometime in February last, he was informed a negro fellow had sold to Mrs K. a lot of sugar. He waited upon her to learn the facts, but she denied having done nness and disorderly conduct in A J Berry's house, on the night of Sunday. A further continuation was announced in the cases of Churchill, slave of George Duggins, and Dick, slave of Mr Alvey, charged with breaking into the store of Robert B Smith, in February last, and stealing therefrom about $3,000 worth of groceries. Barny Tracy was charged with assaulting and beating Lewis D Antelotti, on Sunday afternoon last; but in consequence of the absence of witnesses the case was postponed