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--One would suppose Butler to be satisfied with the hanging of Mumford for ‘"desecrating"’ the Stars and Stripes. We learn, however, that his detectives are at work to discover every man who was connected with the affair, and that he promises to hang them, if they fall into his hands. A gentleman who was a party to it arrived in this city the other day, glad enough to escape from the threatened doom.-- Mobile Tribune.

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