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ty, a short time since. It appears that in a part of the town called the "Log Cabin," an English family of the name of Reeves, consisting of mother and daughter, have lived for the last twelve years. The house they occupied consisted of three small rooms and a shop where they have, since the death of the husband of Mrs. Reeves, who was killed on the railroad some four years since, principally maintained themselves with their needles. The daughter has been twice married, once to a man named Bates, and at his decease, to a man named Cahoon, said to be with the army. From her second husband she has been separated for some time. Two or three years since a man named Alvin Finch, a blacksmith by trade, commenced work upon the railroad bridge in that vicinity and boarded with Mrs. Reeves. Since last spring he has had no steady work, but nothing unusual was noticed until yesterday morning. Mrs. Reeves went to a man named Maguire and asked him to come to the house as Finch was crazy.