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the happening of many serious accidents. As an illustration of what carelessness may do, we will say that on yesterday, in the vicinity of the residence of Mr. John C. Sinton, corner of 26th and Franklin streets, Church Hill, two soldiers, who were passing by, fired at a post with a musket, which object they missed, but struck Mrldiers, who were passing by, fired at a post with a musket, which object they missed, but struck Mr. Sinton's horse, killing the animal instantly. It was worth $300, and deserved a better fate than to call a victim to reckless and unthinking conduct. Two of Mr. Sinton's sons were playing near the horse at the time it was shot. ldiers, who were passing by, fired at a post with a musket, which object they missed, but struck Mr. Sinton's horse, killing the animal instantly. It was worth $300, and deserved a better fate than to call a victim to reckless and unthinking conduct. Two of Mr. Sinton's sons were playing near the horse at the time it was shot.