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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], Tragedy in
Tragedy in Cincinnati. --In Cincinnati, on Saturday last, Washington Grigsby, a sign and fancy painter, terminated a dispute with his wife, a gay and fascinating young woman whom he had long suspected of improper practices, by lodging a revolver bullet in her brain and abdomen, and shooting himself through the brain immediately after wards.--He died in about ten minutes, but the woman lingered in an unconscious state until the succeeding afternoon. They had but one child, a boy, five years old.