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Jefferson City (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 12
Murder. --In Jefferson, Texas, on the 22d ult., M. S. McCall, who had married the divorced wife of Jno. W. Wright, met him in the street, and commenced firing on him.--Wright fled, but his pursuer overtook and stabbed him to the heart. The murderer was placed in jail, after narrowly escaping death at the hands of a mob.
Jonathan W. Wright (search for this): article 12
Murder. --In Jefferson, Texas, on the 22d ult., M. S. McCall, who had married the divorced wife of Jno. W. Wright, met him in the street, and commenced firing on him.--Wright fled, but his pursuer overtook and stabbed him to the heart. The murderer was placed in jail, after narrowly escaping death at the hands of a mob. Murder. --In Jefferson, Texas, on the 22d ult., M. S. McCall, who had married the divorced wife of Jno. W. Wright, met him in the street, and commenced firing on him.--Wright fled, but his pursuer overtook and stabbed him to the heart. The murderer was placed in jail, after narrowly escaping death at the hands of a mob.
M. S. McCall (search for this): article 12
Murder. --In Jefferson, Texas, on the 22d ult., M. S. McCall, who had married the divorced wife of Jno. W. Wright, met him in the street, and commenced firing on him.--Wright fled, but his pursuer overtook and stabbed him to the heart. The murderer was placed in jail, after narrowly escaping death at the hands of a mob.
Murder. --In Jefferson, Texas, on the 22d ult., M. S. McCall, who had married the divorced wife of Jno. W. Wright, met him in the street, and commenced firing on him.--Wright fled, but his pursuer overtook and stabbed him to the heart. The murderer was placed in jail, after narrowly escaping death at the hands of a mob.