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ing their pistols in every direction. Whenever they saw a citizen or a group of men they would aim in that direction. They had magnificent arms--seven-shooters — and as fast as one weapon was unloaded they drew another, and kept up the lade. Mr. Baldwin says he can only liken the sounds to the noise of a Fourth of July morning in a large city. There was a continuous bang! bang! bang! Of course this reckless use of firearms could not continue long with nobody hurt. The sheriff of the countyre Canadians. They all looked like Americans, and Southerners at that. These demons continued their infernal pistol-firing, killing a man named Morse after they began to "take prisoners." All this was the work of twenty minutes. Conductor Baldwin says he can scarcely realize that it all happened, and that so much was done in so short a time. The guerrillas, having all secured horses and saddles, commenced their retreat. They abandoned the prisoners and rode off northward, firing their