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Stealing. --The stable of Hon. James Lyons, on the Brook Turnpike, was broken into last Wednesday night, and two acts of buggy harness stolen therefrom. Mr. L offers a reward of $100 for the detection of the thief.
Cavalry Exploit. Jackson, Miss, June 25. --Col. Lyons, commanding cavalry outside of Port Hudson, attacked Grierson, in the rear of Banks's army, yesterday, capturing fifty prisoners and fifty-seven wagons and teams, and putting the remainder to flight.
Hustings Court. --Yesterday Judge Lyons' Court spent the morning session in the trial of Patrick Tiernan, charged with feloniously shooting Lafayette Brooks, in his own house. Tiernan, being intoxicated, called at Brooks's store to purchase a pipe. Brooks told him he had no pipes; but the prisoner insisted upon making a search to satisfy himself. On attempting to go behind the counter, Brooks forced him back and a scuttle ensued. Tiernan premises, threatening to be avenged. In the course of the evening Tiernan returned with a loaded pistol, walked up to Brooks who was sitting by the store and presented the pistol to his head. Brooks seeing the weapon sprang up to defence himself, but as he did so Tiernan fired, the ball entering Brooks's neck. The jury, after hearing the evidence, found the accused guilty of felonious shooting with intent to kill, and fixed his term of imprisonment at five years in the penitentiary. The Judge soon after this passed sentence on the prison