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n. Dr. J. P. Beekman of Kinderhook, N. Y., expired quite suddenly in that village a few days ago. He was a man of large fortune, and was for many years engaged in the business of banking. He has held the office of State Senator, and has been quite a prominent member of the Democratic party. He has also been actively associated with the State Agricultural Society, of which he was at one time President. Another arrest in Maryland. The Baltimore Sun, of Saturday, says: Mr. J. T. Foster, late in the employ of Messrs. Meredith & Spencer, of this city, has been arrested near Frederick, while making his way into the Confederate States, it was alleged, and released on his parole. A fight in Chicago. A fight occurred in Chicago on Friday, in a billiard saloon, which grew out of an attempt to cowhide J. W. Sheahan, editor of the Post, by Col. Phillips, of the Chicago brigade Sheahan had published a severe article upon Phillip's election as Colonel, which he refused