Died: Albert McCLUEN had a light attack of colic. The usual restoratives were resorted and until 2 o'clock p.m. Sat. there appeared no change. Prior to this time two physicians pronounced the patient entirely removed from danger. At 2 o'clock Sat. a dose of hydrate of chloral was administrated and in ten minutes thereafter another dose was given, and at 4 o'clock he was a corpse. Colic to attack a healthy man so forcibly is certainly cholera, and in the worst form. Albert McLUEN was 29 years of age, a blacksmith with his brother, Richard; was a quiet, peaceable and moral man. He leaves a wife and two small children; one nearly two years and the other about four months old.