Mrs. Elizabeth Slavin was run over by the cars at Reno, on Monday, and literally torn to pieces. She attempted to cross the track in front of the train. We understand that no blame can be attached to the engineer in this instance, although we hear frequent complainls that the trains have no particular stopping place at Reno, and that accidents are very liable to occur in consequence of such negligence.

Venango Spectator (Franklin, Pennsylvania) September 6, 1865.