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y beating and endeavoring to smother a horse which he was driving. Witnesses to the transaction represent John's conduct as inhuman in the extreme, and, had it not been for the officer who took him in charge, the fellow would probably have been roughly handled by the crowd who were standing around. Late Saturday afternoon, a notorious negro fellow, belonging to Robert Lumpkin, named John, was arrested by officers Moore and Perrin, suspected of burglariously breaking into the house of George Lee, on the corner of Franklin and Sixth streets, on the night of the 7th instant, and stealing one barrel and a half of sugar, valued at three thousand dollars; two demijohns of whiskey, worth one thousand dollars; three demijohns of wine, valued at one thousand five hundred dollars; one demijohn of French brandy, valued at five hundred dollars, and various other articles of more or less value. John has been sought after for some time, but until Saturday he could not be found. Sarah, sl
For Sale at Auction. --this day at 10 o'clock we will sell a woman, forty years old, who is a No. 1 cook; one Girl, eighteen years old, a good washer and ironer; and one Girl, aged fourteen, accustomed to nursing.--These servants are sold for no fault, and are of good character. Lee & Bowman. se 19--1t*