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ing his innocence of any participation in the death of Mrs. Vance. General Paine arrived in Hartsville on Sunday evening, the day after the killing of Mrs. Vance. He ordered his orderly sergeant to accompany Mr. G. D. Read, the brother-in-law of Dalton, to the house of Dalton's father, and request young Dalton to meet him near Mr. Vance's house. The message was delivered to young Dalton, and he promptly obeyed, accompanied by his father, and met General Paine at the head of his command. So soDalton's father, and request young Dalton to meet him near Mr. Vance's house. The message was delivered to young Dalton, and he promptly obeyed, accompanied by his father, and met General Paine at the head of his command. So soon as General Paine saw him, he ordered a file of soldiers to take him off and shoot him. Young Dalton was taken by surprise at this announcement and asked for the charge against him; but none was given. General Paine raved and aware that he should die. The father, an aged man of more than sixty winters, with tears and lamentations indescribable, besought them not to kill his son; to spare his life and give him a trial; that he knew that he was an innocent boy. General Pame replied: "You O