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Martin V. Brantly, convicted of opening letters in the U. S. mail, at Savannah, Ga., has been sentenced to ten years imprisonment.

Among the passengers per steamer for Aspin wall on Monday, were the Siamese twins, Chang and Eng, with two of their children.--They are going to California.

Ernest Meyer, convicted in Prince George county, Va., of the murder of Richard Washington, has been sentenced to eighteen years in the penitentiary.

Col. Ruckstulhl, the Louisville (Ky.) editor who killed M. D. Muellen, who was attacking him, has been acquitted.

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