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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. He went and nd Finch, who had ran out a neighbor's, and attempted to obtain a hatchet, but Maguire prevented it. Finch went back to the house, and when Maguire entered he was attacking the women with a flat-iron in each hand. He at onceMaguire entered he was attacking the women with a flat-iron in each hand. He at once turned upon Maguire, drove him out of the house and for a considerable distance down the road. He then returned to the house and killed both women with blows from the flat-irons. By this time a geMaguire, drove him out of the house and for a considerable distance down the road. He then returned to the house and killed both women with blows from the flat-irons. By this time a general alarm had been given, and several neighbors hurried to the house. Finch threatened to kill them, but after a fearful struggle he was seized and retained in custody.--In the meantime the house the coroner's inquest, reported in the Morning Journal, from which we obtain the above facts, John Maguire, (the man called in by Mrs. Reeves,) testified that he did not consider Finch exactly right a
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 hee 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 maintainee, 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. He went and nd Finch, who had ran o, and with the shops, was burnt to the ground. The clothes upon the body of Mrs. Reeves caught fire, but were extinguished. After his capture, Finch became docl, from which we obtain the above facts, John Maguire, (the man called in by Mrs. Reeves,) testified that he did not consider Finch exactly right at the time, but co
Horribles Murder in Massachusetts. --A shocking tragedy was enacted in the town of Holliston, Middlesex county, 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
n 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. He went and nd Finch, who had ran out a
Alvin Finch (search for this): article 12
time. Two or three years since a man named Alvin Finch, a blacksmith by trade, commenced work upon Maguire and asked him to come to the house as Finch was crazy. He went and nd Finch, who had ranFinch, who had ran out a neighbor's, and attempted to obtain a hatchet, but Maguire prevented it. Finch went back to Finch went back to the house, and when Maguire entered he was attacking the women with a flat-iron in each hand. He a, and several neighbors hurried to the house. Finch threatened to kill them, but after a fearful suse had been set on fire, either by the act of Finch or by the overturning of a stove in the struggbut were extinguished. After his capture, Finch became docile. His condition of mind when thes. Reeves,) testified that he did not consider Finch exactly right at the time, but could not tell liquor or not; there was liquor in the house. Finch having a half barrel at one time; as far as he. Finch having a half barrel at one time; as far as he knew Finch was generally a peaceable man.
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 12
Horribles Murder in Massachusetts. --A shocking tragedy was enacted in the town of Holliston, Middlesex county, 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
Holliston (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 12
Horribles Murder in Massachusetts. --A shocking tragedy was enacted in the town of Holliston, Middlesex county, 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
Financial and commercial. --From the Baltimore Sun, of the 23d inst., we take the following: The discount on Western Virginia money is 2½ a 3 per cent., and on Eastern Virginia, North and South Carolina and Georgia, 18 a 20 per cent. The movements of the banks in three of the principal cities of the Union, in which weekly reports are made, as shown by their last statements, and compared with the same period of last year, is as follows: Loans.Specie. New York$137,308,635$41,461,833 Boston62,926,0727,180,001 Philadelphia27,620,7847,086,809 Total227,891,49155,708,643 Last week231,818,44655,444,696 Last year214,197,50528,093,883 Circula'n.Net Deps. New York$3,799,675$111,121,204 Boston6,268,69728,575,450 Philadelphia2,226,42019,491,141 Total Last week Last year
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 13
Financial and commercial. --From the Baltimore Sun, of the 23d inst., we take the following: The discount on Western Virginia money is 2½ a 3 per cent., and on Eastern Virginia, North and South Carolina and Georgia, 18 a 20 per cent. The movements of the banks in three of the principal cities of the Union, in which weekly reports are made, as shown by their last statements, and compared with the same period of last year, is as follows: Loans.Specie. New York$137,308,635$41,461,833 Boston62,926,0727,180,001 Philadelphia27,620,7847,086,809 Total227,891,49155,708,643 Last week231,818,44655,444,696 Last year214,197,50528,093,883 Circula'n.Net Deps. New York$3,799,675$111,121,204 Boston6,268,69728,575,450 Philadelphia2,226,42019,491,141 Total Last week Last year
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 13
Financial and commercial. --From the Baltimore Sun, of the 23d inst., we take the following: The discount on Western Virginia money is 2½ a 3 per cent., and on Eastern Virginia, North and South Carolina and Georgia, 18 a 20 per cent. The movements of the banks in three of the principal cities of the Union, in which weekly reports are made, as shown by their last statements, and compared with the same period of last year, is as follows: Loans.Specie. New York$137,308,635$41,461,833 Boston62,926,0727,180,001 Philadelphia27,620,7847,086,809 Total227,891,49155,708,643 Last week231,818,44655,444,696 Last year214,197,50528,093,883 Circula'n.Net Deps. New York$3,799,675$111,121,204 Boston6,268,69728,575,450 Philadelphia2,226,42019,491,141 Total Last week Last year
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