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battalion. The evidence elicited proved that private Charles Johnson, with another private and a sergeant of the battalion, to leave the prison Newsom, who was then on post, ordered Johnson off, supposing him to be making signs to the prisoners. JJohnson made no reply to him, but passed on to the Libby prison, where his squad was on duty. Some half hour after this Newsostle Thunder. Newsom replied that he was obeying orders. Johnson said he was doing nothing to deserve such treatment.-- NewNewsom then said he did not care whether he was or was not Johnson said, "You did not treat me like a gentleman, and if you wme stepped back and partially raised his gun, seeing which Johnson walked off.--Grepp seeing the crowd approached it, and on Newsom was on post performing his duty when he ordered private Johnson out of his beat. The orders to the sentinels were impwsom was on his way to his barracks when he was stopped by Johnson and questioned as to his conduct when on post. Maj. A. di