An account of the hanging of a busband and wife in Warsaw, Ky., by a mob, briefly reported by telegraph, is given by a correspondent of the (Jincinnati Enquircr. Their names were French, and with them lived Luke Jones, an uncle, who contributed largely to their support. His money being at length all spent, they desired to be rid of him. They put arsenic ia his food, and he died in great agony, his suft'erings exciting the anger of the comïnunity toward his murderers, who were immediately put in jail. At night they were taken out by the maeked men, carried on horses to a secluded placo, and hanged to a tree. Tho woman met death bravely, but the man begged piteously for nierey, and charged the crime upon hor. "Youlie,"she retorted, "but it ain't worth whilo for us to quarrel here. We'll settle it in heil."