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How the Fugitive slave law Works.

--A negro slave, Eliza, having escaped from Nebraska, was arrested by the U. S. Marshal at Chicago, Monday night. The Marshal was stopped in the street by an excited crowd of negroes, and compelled to give the woman to the custody of the police, who lodged her in the armory for safety. The streets in the vicinity were crowded with negroes and some whites, all highly excited.

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