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robbery committed near the Columbian Hotel, in this city, about three months ago, by a man named Blake, a member of the company styled "the McCulloch Rangers." Blake, hearing of the disclosure, assauBlake, hearing of the disclosure, assaulted Green, on Monday, at the Monument Hotel, where he is employed as porter. In the scuffle which ensued, Green drew a pistol from one of his pockets, and , in attempting to return it, one of the bies were then separated. Between four and five o'clock, they met again near the Central depot. Blake seized Green, and called upon Wagner, who is a member of the same company, to shoot, him. Wagnering the neck, and grazing the jugular vein. In the mean time, Green had disengaged himself from Blake's grasp, and drew a small bowie-knife, with which he stabbed Blake several times. Mr. J. D. WilBlake several times. Mr. J. D. Williams promptly arrested Wagner, and turned him over to officer Blankenship. The other belligerents were not arrested. The Mayor remanded Wagner for examination before the Hustings Court. Micha