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Morbid murder.

--A correspondent of the Atlanta (Ga.) Southern Confederacy, writing under date of ‘"Channenaggue, Ala. October 24,"’ communicates the following particulars of a murder which occurred recently at that place:

Dr. R. L. G. Bozeman who lived near this place was cruelty to ordered on Tuesday last by two of his own negroes. The two negroes had run away about a week previous, and on their return, the Dr. took them — his overseer being to the blacksmith then to correct them. While addressing one with his back to the other, he was struck on the back of the bead, either with a sledge hammer or other piece of iron, fracturing the occipital bone. The boy who killed him has escaped. The one at home charge the killing upon the fugitives.

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