U'e have cut ihe follcfrving string of alrocities from our exchnuges wilhin four weeks. They are the resulta of sluveiiolding! "By their fruitsye shall know them." Horrible MurdÃ©r. - A. mast brutal murderwos committed at Fort Gadsden, in tliis countj, tfn the 25th uit., under the fullowing circuirÃ¯stanucs: A man by the nnrrre of Snmuc! lÃ¡rice, - engoged in cutting and selling wood, - hired, some monthssince, another by the name of Field, to assist him in getting his wood tomarket. Friday beinga leisure day with thom. if Vas devotod to vhis-key drinking and other cnjoyments; but as the day waned and the whiskey worked, Ã¡ quarrel arose bel ween them about the ownership of a cnnoc, whui f'rice,-the truc ovnor. dutermineÃ¼ to destroy it, rather than yield his rigl:t to Field, and proceeded to do so by rneans oÃ an axe; whercÃºpon Field went back to the house, obtained n doublÃ© barrelled gun, relurned o the landing, and williout further vords, evelled his gun and fired a load of buck shot irrto the breast 01 Prico, whiched hiirÃ¯ aÃmost instantly. Field came to his place on Sunday last, stfrrendered liinself uptoihe proper nuthorities, and s now in Ã¶ur county jail.- Apalacftacoia, Adv., May 3. Bloody Doiv.gs in M'rssissipj)i.-' e learn IVom the Lexington (Miss.) Advertiscr, that a difficully ocicurred in W heeling, in Holmes county, bctwcen Mr. John Weeks and Mr. Rousa Fatheree, whioh resulied in thedeath of the lattÃ«r. Weeks is now in jail and waiting his trial. The same paper also relates the occurrence of a horrid atTray het ween' two brothers, Moses and Walter at Rockport, Attila connty, ending in the death of the former. Walter Guess, having acted entirely in self-defence, was tried and acquilted. Ã Deed of Blood. - We copy the following from the Yicksburg Whig of May 7thi We learn from a gentleman just from Bachelors Bend, Missiscippi, that Wni. B. Rucker was killed on tÃ¯ie 26th of March last, bj a man riamed Ãeo. Burton, at the house of Stephen M. Jackson. Ii appears that Burton altackedMr. Rucker v.-itÃi Ã¡ pisto?, which he fircd - Rucker (being Ãºnarmed) atÃempÃed to throw the pistcrl up, in which he partinlly sucr-eeded, so that he received thÃ© shot in the shoulder. Burton then drew a Bowie knife, with wliich he cul fiim in thÃ© abdomen, the wound causing his death in four days. We have received ihe full particulars of the affray, but declinÃ© publishing them. VVe wou ld add, that frotn whai we have hÃ©ard, thefe was no apparent cause forlhe bloody deed. The affidavit of Mr. Rucker was ta k-en by n magistrate before he died. Burtoli ffed, and has not been heard from.. On Thursday flriorning four persons were landed at Memphis, under ar-j rost, on ihe charge of hnving murdered Mr. Mrller, whodisapp-eared snddenÃ¯y several weeks ngo. It appears from the confessions of a negro who was oti one of the flat boats at the time ihe deed was commilted, that tVo men, narned Cairlferdcl and Wickham, 'murderÃ©d'Mr. MiJler v!ilc he was asleep, nnd then cu'i open hivbody and râ:uli it in the rivÃ©r. Two oiher persons Ã¨nftployed Ã³ti the boats, Kinny and Cole, were accomplices. Only -S"200 of the mone'y for v.-hich tho murderor wns cmmiftÃ¨li, was Ibund upon the prisÃ³ners. - St. LoiÃ¼s Reporter y May Ã¶ The Marengo (Ala.) Patriot says, that on the lst, a Mr. Martin, of that county, was stabbed in five or six places ly a blackrnith in his erhpfoy, named LoclieA youngman named Lathatn, in fiempling to rescue Martin, recoived from Locke a severo cut in the Imnd. Loclce is now in jnil. ilcrrid Ajfray. - We learn ftjrt a man nnmed Da vis, a mcrchant ai Highland, Union county, shot a Mr. Iloleman one day last week. Buf little hopes are entained of Holemaii's recovery. We could not letft'n the c.Tiise of this ttfftitf. - Ilcndirson Kr:!uckian, May .0. An Afray. - O;i Thursdrxy week, o ditÃ¯k'uhy arose on th? Graxois, ncar Sappington's post-oÃrtce, Missouri, l.otwecn four Oermnn?, respreting a coal pit which two of he party wpre burnÃ¼i. Boltze Rodlh and Martin Rodtb' father and sonT it apppnrs, attacked John Frieter and a yoiÃ¼ig Frieterf the old man Rodth was struc-k on the head wilh an axe, and the youngSr Rodth presented a gUii and fired, putting more Ãhan fhtrty bucle shot into orm anJ sido Ã¼f the eider 'Prieter. Both tho Rodths were arrestÃ©d, examined amJ committed to jnil in that city on Saturdny. The wound of Frieter ia said to be a dangerous onc, and there is butliftle hope of his recovery.- _ , , - , - A ttgustd ( Ga. ) MarcH 5; - Thero waa a' diÃef ibught hete Ã³n' the morning ofthO '2flh of February, by two gentlemen frotri SÃ¶utli Carolina, h was fought at tta lower end oour wiÃh rnuskets, ai ten paces. One of the gentlemen was named Partekw, and the other Burfon. They were Trom Abbeville District, S. C. The latter was shot in the hrp, anddied that nighf. Thff partios .verÃ© related thu's: Partelow married Biulon's sister, and 3urton married Partelow's sister. - L$& the survivor cou'd returnf and say to hiswifethat he had killed her broiher; and turn to bis and say he hnd killed her husband. The canse vas from family difneulty. Our papersdo not publibh such doings. Murder.- The Lexinglcn (Mo.) TeÃef graph stalea thal aiÃr. Wiley Horn, of Johnson county, has been mu.dered by e. ruraway negro that hacÃ bÃ©en harboretl about bis premises'fr severa) years. Ãt aftpÃ©ars that tfie negro hacf taken offenco at Horn for a chastisement of his wife, the slnve of and tlrat he 'Ã©ylaid him vhen oiu (Tshing, andWiot hitn once through th-Ã¯ body and throBgh' the hend,producing. death immedio teÃy. The negro was pursued anÃ¼ apprehendod. We learn Trom the Pickenville Kcgisler, ihat Ã¯r. Thomss C. Boon, of Chickfeaaw county, Miss., was murdoredon the 9th,a his residencerby Thomas Murray, his brother-in-law. Anothcr murder, is said to have beert committed in Lincoln county, Mo., Ã³n Tuesday,-the 29th of April. A man named Calloway was shot on the road from Troy to Cap-au-G r. He vas found with three balls through him, and appcared to hatÃ« beerÃ¯ fired apon from somc bushes as bo passed along ihe rcnd. The perpetrators of the act are unknown. Calloway had beeÃ± ordered to leave the county soms time previoiisJy, ar.d it is supposed ihat this is a conlinuation of the former violent acts committed in that county.- -3t Louis Nexo Ero, May 6. Thorrias Price was tricd in Lowndes, Alabaron, for killing Thomas Long, and sentenced to the penitentiary for 15 fe. - â Spencer Hawidns was also sentenced iÃ³ to the penitentiary for seven years for niding and nbetling in on attempt to murder Dr. B. N. LawrencÃ©. Ãrrcsi of a Fugitivo SlaveL - The schr. Eveline, C. W. Patlerson, Master, 11 days from Mobile (or Philadelphia, touched off the bar on the 18th inst. aird put on board the pilot boat Carolina, L fugitive slave, cclled ihe propey of Joseph Silve, of Mobile. Cn pt. W. P. Len, of tho Caroline, haJ ihe fellow put in jail. - Charleston Patriot. Execulion. - The' negro Nat, belonging to Mr. P. Savant, of Kayou Boeuf, was, in pursuance of his sentence, hung in Ãpelousas on Friday !ast - N. O. Pic. May 7. An Ãrishman named Workman, at Lou; isville, nterfcred in a cjuarrel betweenf h'is brother and his brother's wife, and killed ihe former by throving a stone' pitcher at his hend. Murder in Lowndes Caunly, Miss:-- : Andrew Tolland was murdered on the night of the lith uit., abont ten milesvv'eti of theColumbusj-by James McCann, Jr., who has Ã±ed, and is supposed would make his way to New York. - N. O. Pic. Assasination. - A letter dated Bayou Lafourche, La., April lÃ¶th, furnishes the foHowing infbrmauÃ³hÃ¯ :A frightfal occurrence took place i few dayÃ¡ since at Pincounlville. Oa W'ednesdÃ¶y a negro belonging to ?Ir. Velin, stabbed M.r. Meran Simonneau with a poignard. The Jatter had been watching the negro forseveral days, when on WeJnesday between and 12 o'clockat night,he peres vH himattemptin io cress t!;? bajoi?. He called td ÃÃºm to stop, and rushed forward to seize himr j btn no sooner had he touchod hÃtn, than the negra pluiiged hisdagger in his breast near the shoulder. Mi'. Sinxmneati i rrot expected fo live. The murderÃ©r Was arresled yesterday, tn'ed to-rlay, arid sentÃ¨need to be hung on Thurday, on1 the spot vJVere he commitied the crime. A Mrs. Rilpy was murdered in Bi. Louis on the 23d uit.', by a man named Martin Waters, who was intoxicoted. - She was endenc. Waters has been arrested. On :he noxt day, Leebre Geselt shot John Ã¨iroderrnnnn in a quarrel. Negro FUÃ¼'it.: - Certain hogro' men, some Ã±ve miles soulh of here, engaged in' 'mortal corpbat' last Saturdny evening, with all mannr of weapons, hich rbulied in one of the negros shooting another througli the heod - the bal"l entering tha skull and coming out Ã¡bout three inches from whoro it entered. At the last account the nrg;o' wns living, nnd it was thought might recover. - JoneshorougH (Tn-) Whig.