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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

NEW ZEALAND. . AUCKLAND, February 23. 3Sews has been received from Fiji tluit the ; .JLIJ.8X Company's steamer Truganini was ' totally wrecked on the Island of Abertyuni, on February 11, during & hurricane. The -erew uras all saved, but the cargo lost. 1 Another boating fatality was recorded to day. A young man named Alfred Barnes who had been out sailing with his three companions when as they were bringing the boat into Woolloomooloo Bay to her moor ings, she filled unexpectedly and capsized the occupants. Another boat, named the. Tilley, went to the assistance of the men, ~bttt was also capsized. Boats then put off from the shore and all the crew were rescued except Barnes and another young man named W. Penfold, who sank before their companions were able to render them any aid Auckland, February 26. At Christehurcli to-day Sarah Jane and Ann Flanagan, mother and daughter, were found guilty of the murder of the latters child, and sentenced to death. . y? i^The Latest Cables...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, February 2i. j A disastrous fire broke out. in Hay-street in a bloek of buildings oeciqned bj Anderson, Barr and Co., grocers, and Deviuish Bros., Indian fancy goods merchants. The origin of the fire was in the rink room. The build ing was completely gutted, nearly the whole -of the contents being destroyed. Including the damage done to the building the pro bable loss will be about £4000, part of whiali is eovered by insurance. PERTH, February 26. Mews has been received from Roebuck Bay of the foundering of the schooner Pearl, owned by W. Street, of London, off Point Gantlieaume, on Sunday last. The vessel foundered''tm a heavy gale five miles from shore, but the crew saved themselves by floating ashore on broken spars. After several hours immersion, Captain David AV;is saved by a Malay boy named Fehahato, aged 16, wlu»: seeing him on the point of exhaustion, left his spar at the imminent risk of his life, and rescued the captain from drowning. The man swam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

D R. ' ? J3 If A 5T U E L, Sar^eon Oen(l§t, - ? . 3?w®HTr-sis: ? YE&.as'. Experience, ARCADE........ ,MOSltAN-Sr. W. O. sT JT lacni^ecf. !®-' ,H« Alioi, , lucdoiicer, ' Horse and Cattle Salesman, STOCK, STATION, and ficnmrf ?4»mifiii^io£i Agen(, GILL-ST., CHARTERS TOWERS. All kinds of Auction Sales undertaken, and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for BJoii Fire lii^itmcice Co. ®*ire Kii§«raupc ?«., Samuel Pas%ba§e, Somerset 2f ur seiT* ParraBjatta. T. B. Beieup, ^harebroker & Mining Agent, CHARTERS TOWERS. ffittg Dental institute. {ESTABLISHED 18S5.) Mr. S. WILK»mV, epj^ Eng., SURGTCAL DENTIST, Ross® Buildings, comer of Gill and Mosiruui Streets, CHARTERS TOW££S» ~ TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAtHi MR. WItKOfSOJf can be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teeth on Gold supplied from £15 15s.; #1 .Vulcanite from £8 8s. Teeth Med with Gold Amal gam and Cement Stoppings. IVetli f^rofnlly Eitracted ^-B.~-Regulation of Children's Teeth a Speciality'. PLEASE Note THE ADDRE...

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Outraging a Female. PARSON GETS FIVE YEARS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

a Female. PABSOJF GETS FIVE YEARS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGSAP3.) [FROM OUR OWK CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, February 24. Afe the Central Criminal Court to-day Ibefore His Honor Judge Windeyer, the iriaj of Oswald Keating on a charge of having " assaulted a maid servant in the emptor of concluded. The ?? <afc andat = a quar to iwo i^uiied Willi a verdict of guilty. The foreman added his jurors wished ' to expresstheir indignation at. the action* of; Mr. Taylor.in concealing for two months the fact that the ofEence had been committed. His Honor, in pacing sentence condemned, in strong terms, theconducfcofthe prisoners " Taylor and Wilson, and adtjing if Taylor'^ evidence wasto be believed, lieeaw no rea son why it should not be prov^ jdtat IFiUis ;' ?. eonnived at the escape of the1"?; the colony in order to be relieved ^jdi *3*® threatened lawsuit* but finding that * would neither leave the colony the latssuit, Willie sought to protect hiniself by exposing tlje r trieonero'emue. .A ...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

?oiTcs|i»udcuf((. TO THE EDITOR. SIB.-Y-u will exlremely oblige me by in serting this letter, in refe-enee to a parag* aph vliich appeared in yesterday's Herald, " that Mr. Richards, secretary to the Miners'Union, requested us to say that he end the body he represents disclaim all responsibility for the little scene which occur ed at the Court House on Saturday evening." f s s: on as I read the above par I went straight for Mr. Richards. J found him at the corner of Vosman street speaking to a number of people. I said to him "A nice state of affairs," and asked him whar< he meant, did he w ant, to gain notoriety at my expense ? He disclaimed having made such requests to the editor of the paper mentioned. We both went down then to see Mr. fljag^r, and he stated to me that Mr. Richards did mot re quest him to put ia the par, but he (Mr. Haggar) thought he had a perfect right to do so. As Mr. Richards, at the declaration of the poll yesterday, apologised for Mr. Melvin's mis...

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Sporting Notes. THE TURF. A.N.A. JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. President: Mr. J. R. Bradshaw; Vice-president: Mr. F. Johnson; Treasurer: Mr. P F. Ryan. Committee—Messrs J. M. Carroll, T O'Brien, F.Brewer, J, Raper. G. R. Summers, M. Jenkin, W. R, Kluge, D Missingham. Judge: Mr. W: M. Mowbray. Clerk of cales: Mr. F. Johnson. Starter—Mr. D. Missingham. Stewards: Messrs D. Missingham, J. M. Carroll, J. Raper, M. Jenkin, and P. F. Ryan. Clerk of Course: Mr. W. Hollingsworth. Secretary: Mr. J. W. Jenkin. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

THE TURF. A.N:A. JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETINO. President: Mr. J. R. Bradslmw; Vice-prea dect: Mr. F. Johnson; Treasurer: Mr. P F. Byan. Committee-Messrs J. M. Carroll, T O'Brien, F.Brewer, J, Eaper.. Gr. R. Summers, mT* Jenkin, W. R, Kluge. D* Missingkam. Judge: Mr. W: M. Mowbray. Clerk of k cales : Mr. F. Johnson. Starter-Mr. D. Missicgham. Stewards: Messrs D. Missingham, J. M. , Carroll, J. Raper, M. Jenkin, and P. F. - R vaii. Clerk of Course: Mr. W. Hollingswortli. Secretary : Mr. 3. W. Jenkin. The Australian Natives Association held ! their first annual meeting on Thursday. The j weather was fine and. cool, but the attend ance was only moderate. Mr J. J. Will lain? I had charge of the catering, and though the j viands were good, the waiters were very dilatory. The racing was very fair consider ing the. small fields, for, with the exception of the Welter handicap and Hack Races, not more than three horses faced the starter in any event. Proceedings commenced with the Firing Handic...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. The following are the nominations for the - St. Patricks Day Races: JLYIKG HANDICAP. Richmond, Tampire, Gildue, Garryowen,. Tattler, Vigour, Abundance, Rightbower,. Jack, Confidence, Messenger. ST. PATRICK'S GIFT. Eaugh-a-Ballagh, Oildus, Donovan, Hew bolt, Vigour, Corsican, Lucifer, Broker, Jack Shepherd. WEIiTEB HAKDICAP. Leon, Bosworth, Abundance, Perseus, Sun light, Jack, Confidence, Toomba. HOME HCT.E HAKIUCAP, Richmond, Garryowen, Tattler, Confidence^ Messenger. HIBEIimAX HASTDICAP. Faugli-a-Ballagh, Donovan. Vigour, Corsi can, Lucifer, Jack Shepperd, Eight Bower. FAHEWEIX HANDICAP. Leon, Grildus, Donovan, Garryowen, Per seus, Tattler, Toomba. The fo" lowing are the weights declared for fclie handicaps to be run under the auspices of the Charters Towers Hibernian Jockey Club, to te run on 17th March : FLYING HAKBICAP. et. lb. st. lbj**-I Crildus ... 9 5 Garryowea ... 7 i> Bright Bower 8 6 Jack... ... 7 & Vigor ... 8 2 Vampire ... 6 7, Richmo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

ms& 1SpbN$35* mmi m-~' 7m8m& S-A ' " J "%*T ~«-L - - .' ,. ' * .. i ;Va ?: v-vy-'-Ws'Sii, :'i®pwf??sfes .i-W H8^^iS?teRp^iSf}:, -? M£^t#V%?aM&dfcjiac£ «ii.-i5£S!£2 f-r' SftAfia ... ,v.i;,_: ...^^ili ?f" r *" ' ?'? --V ^ - r *'. ^<~ ". ?'^ '** ? _^|:Crp|^ siifiirff ?. m-; m^mml .**????*??. - - *? :W ill Ipfli

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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, January 16th, 189[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

LONDON LONDON, January The following are the latest quotations shares in Anglo-Australian TMTinfts . Australian Console, b 5/16fch, s 7/16th Bonnie Dundee, b Is 9^ e 2a 3d British Broken Hill, b 3^., e 3| Coromandel, % Is 3d, s le fWL . Cumberland {Sold, b 2s 6d, e 3s Day Dawn Block, b 3s 6d, e4« Bay Dawro P.C^ b lis 6d, s l&M Bagleliawk, b le ?d, 6 2e 6d Etheridge United, b Is 6d s 2e, Gympie Gn/Crown, b Us, £ 4s 0yn^e0tu JS^bno, fc 5B fid, s 6b Ironclad, (9a 9d pd.). b Is fid, s 2a Kaboonga (9s paid), b 3d, s6d ^ Kangarilla, b ll-16fchg, £ 13-lGtiis iKwaiigs, b 2s 9d, e 3s 3d^ Slidaa, b4e, s 5a - Moeman, b 2s 9d, sJfe 3d Mount Britten, b 3a. 6 fid Mt. Morgan Extended, l» 9d, fi Is 3d l£t. gliamrockjb Is 9d, b 2s3d New Queen (19b 6d pdL), b 7s 6d, b8» 6d Port Philip s 6d pd.), b 3d, e6d ! Qoe^nt3aBdBineiiuig> f*a 1 1Scottish Australian, b 2£d, 6 2|d ; Taumtwrian ftilyer, b M6A, s ll-16fch Wentworfch Gt)la, par i-8fch p.u.

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The Postal Conference. MONDAY'S SITTING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, March [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Tlic Postai Conference. MONDAY'S SITTING. Br ELECTEIC TELEGHLTHR - (FROM OPE OWN CORRESPONDENT.} SYDNEY, March JL The International Postal Conference pat again yesterd >y The debate on the ino ion that it was desirable to eater iuto an agree ment wi h the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company on the basis of the drart agreement «ubmittei by the company was continued. Sir J. B ay, of South Austraiia, in euppor^ing the motion, said the main question was whether the Groveramet ts should incur t Jief cost of the cheap cable communis «tion. He; belie ed the alteration would lead t» such large incre se of business that there w.ulc be pr cically no lo s- Mr. Jhiffr. of Victoria, s id that Federation was ihj the air, and it was hard tliat Queens* Land should stand out. If Queen s-1 land would meet, the other colonies in this matter, they would not press for a sub- v sidy. He did not think there would be much loss after the first year. If the other - colonies were met by Queensland in this ...

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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. BRISBANE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. Bbibb&ke, Februaty 28. The following s&ice were effected:--Golden Gates, 10s 9d, 10s lid; Sunbuistj 14e 9d, 15s, 15b aa. ? The following are the latest quotations - Golden Gate, bids 9d, e lis Queen Cross &ee£, b8s fid, e 9s 6d Queen Consolldated^b 3s id, ? 3s 4|d Sonburst, b 15s 2d, e I5s 5d United Queen Consols, b 4d, els Brilliant and 8fc George, e 9b Brilliant Block. p.iL, b 17s lOd, e 18s 8d Brilliant Block, con. b 14s 6d, e 16s 6d Brilliant. Worcester and Victoiy Uniteds, '

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Meteorological. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Meteorological. (Br ELKCTEIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWJF COHEESPOXDEKT.) COOEIOWK, March 2.-The weaUier lias been fine, but not since Friday. V f OilBKS, Match 2.-The weather has fcsamJ; fine during the past few days. A heavy thunderstorm occurred this afterfcoon wit^L fg^in. It is now fine. ' ' . i- . TBCTESDIY ISIAVI), 2.-Hie, r weather is ext emelf close, and thnn "er sfcormsare gatrering, *' MARYBOROUGH, March 2.~Some rain l^ae fallenhere. BRISBANE, March 2.-Forecaet for (he K6rCh:-Chiefly cloudy. Showery out, with a tendency to electric dutpt although "hie doee not Imply thafcf fiae weiithcr will obtain j Saath same as North; TAMBO, Marck 2.

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TOWNSVILLE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

TOWSTSVILLE STOCK: EXCHAN&E. (By ELECTHIC TELEGBAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN COBRF6PGITDEKT.) To WNSvnoiiE, Maich 2. I. Quotations for Monday the 2odday of March, 1891: Queensland National Bank, b£84s Bank of North Queensland, j 67s, e 68s 6d Br Want Block, p.u., e 18s 6d B'illiant Block con., s 14s 9d Brilliant and St. George United, s 9s Charters Toners Pyritef, b 3s Id Ones Hat, e 8d . Hidden Treasure, b 2s 6d, s 3s 6d Kelly's Queen Hlock, b 7s Kelly's Caledonia, e le 6d Hew Grace Darling, e Bd, Queen Consolidated, s 3s 6d Baab Australian Syndicate, b Is 8d, e 2e Od V nldiTH p.u., s 12s Muldiva, con., e 9s 6d Toffnsriile load and Investment Co., b £18 108 Townsville Bond and Free Storage, e 14e 6d Boeljn Paik, b £516s Jdalia Land, e £30 Townsrille Gas, b 25s. e 26s Charters Towers Gas, b 9s 6d, s 10s V, Q. Meat Export, eon,, s £80 Townsville Foundry, b 2s 6d

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A Gallant Digger. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

A Gallant Hi^er. CoEiOifEi, S , with whom we dined last night (says the author of a recent story of American adventure), told us a curious story . When he came out to America, nearly twenty fire years ago, he was asked to take charge of a young lady on a journey from the States. Miss T was exceedingly beautiful. After they started , a Californian gold digger got; into the same car. He was a tall rough looking fellow, dressed in the usual Western, fashion, with buckskin shirt and trousera with fringes down the seams, long shoes, and a broad brimmed hat. He was armed with a revolver and a bowie-knife, stuck into his bel£* H-3 sat down opposite Miss T , and stared at her in a manner which greatly annoyed Colonel iS . federal limes during the journey he was on the point of getting up and expo =tulafe£? <r. As he expressed it, " It m ide my Fnglish oTot>B*Twti«i^see the insolence of the fellow." Fach thne7"*%s;werer. Miss T prevented his doing so to him to eifc still-that i...

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Queer Story. WAS IT MURDER? [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Queer Story. WAS XT MURDER? HARRY GLIBSON, Inquire, Barrister-at lavv, was sitting" in his chambers look ing steadily out of the window at fcfaa brick wall- on tbe other si<le of Pump-court. EDe bad spent much time during that and many preceding days in the same way- This was not because Mr. Glibson took any special interest m that pat ticular brick wall, bat simply because he bad nothing el«e to do- Though he had been called to the Bar several years ago, yet the melancholy fact remained that so far he bad not been blessed with a single brief. Mr. Glibson, like many other brief less banisters, was not half as much to be pitied as a sympathetic public is inclined to believe. He had consider able means, small turn for hard work, and a decided taste for lounging. On the whole he found life as an unem ployed junior far from disagreeable. Still, at times he became discontented and we*ry of idleness, an<l wished that something would turu up just to give him an intere...

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Two Narrow Escape. (Written for the NORTHERN MINING RE[?]STER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

fBir CrSORCE Jackson ] |II!|AI IOR TITE NOBTHEBI? MIXIKG EESXSTEB.) Bgiipfr-T; t.' .J. I*? - ^fbiBs cartoon in, a southern weekly a &?£bw W#ks agp, illustrating the dan & ggps to lt{6 and limb to wbich miners a l a»e exposed, reminded me of two '&?&?? narrow escapes that a fairly ca-otioas llalner of my ac^uiintance once ex perienced whilst engaged sinking in J straight shaft on Charters Towers. ISfe incidents will show that the managers and proprietors of mines Should not be considered culpable in case of mining accidents until fairly proved guilty. Urrors of j«<% ment, rashness, carelessness, on the part of theworking miners, and mis adven.ta.re, Which no ordinary haman foresight could avoid, are of en the cau&e§ leading up to the fatal acei .. dents occurring in oar mines. * *M3ourage, my lads! we are as near to heaven by sea as by land, ex claimed brave Sir Humphrey Gilbert when his little bark, retnrning iu the reign of CJuecn ...

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MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. MONDAY NIGHTS CALL—8 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. Gin, STREET MONDAY NIG-HI'S CALL-8 o'clock. Band of Hope, 6 12a Brilliant and 8t, George United, 8 9s, b 8s 6d Brilliant Block, con., 6 ISs 2d Day Dawn, 4A West, b 6d Golden Crate, b 9s Hidden Ireasune, s 3s 3d, b 2s <3d JLelly'e Queen Block, b 7e Lady Maria, b 2s 9d Muldiva con., b 9S 3d, b 9s New Iron Duke, s Is 4d, b Is No. 6 Queen, b Id Ho. 7 Queen, e 5s 6d, b 4s lGd No. 2 us E. Day Dawn, b Is 6d Q.aeen Cross Beef, b 9s Scandinavian, b 4d Victoria E. Extended, b 2d South East Brilliant, b 4d

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Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. MONDAY EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

The Latest {^notations. CHARTERS TOWERS BX00KT EXCHANGE. MONDAY EVENIKG CAM*. Quotations for the 2n1 March: Brilliant and St. George United, b 8e Bid, 8 : 9s, B&'ee, 100 afc 8s 9d Brilliant Block, p-u., b 18s, s 19s Brilliant Block, con., b 14s 6d, 6 15s Gd Brilliant Worcester and Victory, 6 8s 6d Golden 6«te,b9e6d, s lis ,. Kelly's Queen Block, b 7s, fi 10s Lady Maria, b 2s MfcL, e3s 6d Milis United Gold Mines, b 7s 6d, s 9s Muldiva tsilrer Mine, eon., b 9e 6 10s New Grace Darling, b Id Ko. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, b le jBd Qnecn Cross Keef, b 9s, e 10s Q.ueen Central, b 4* 3d, s 4s6d United Queen Console, b l)d, s Is Victory, s 50s

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"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

of Company. "Baiid of Hope . *. ?*>.-. ... ... ' Brilliant andSt. George United ... , Brilliant G. M.Co.... . ... ... ... Brilliant Block p. u. Ditto contributing ... Bonnie Dundee - ' Brilliant&nd Woiceeter and Victory -Coifed * p C ^ Ditto contributing . . C; Charters Towers Pyrites . Ditto ditto p. a. to 5/ CSbat^liimeis Gas Dan O'Connell ... -Day Dawn So. 3 West Ditto > ditto p. u. to 10/* Day Dawn No. 41 West (issued p. u. to 10/ Day Dawn No. 4B West ... ... Jfety Dawn Ifo. 5 West *«. Day Dawn So. 6 West ... ... Day Dawn School Reserve p. u. ... Ditto ditto contributing,.. Day Dawn P.O. ... <tt> Golden Gate Bidden Treasure and Mount lady Maria Home Rule p. u. to 10/- ... - Belly® Caledonia Kelly's Q.u: Mills Day Dawn United ... ... MillicanCaledonia.., ... ... New Iron Duke ... 3$ew Imperial ... ... ... ... North Queensland Pyrites contributing... Ditto ditto p. u.... ... New Grace Darling ... ... No. 7 North East Queen ... ... Jfo. 1 East Sunburst ....

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Murder by Wholesale. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

fltir«ler by Wholesale* A SERIES of horrible tragedies is reported, from New York. It appears that a young man named Charles J oplin committed five murders at fort Smith. He was accused try the parents of a young Woman named Louisa Miller, of having seduced her, and in revenge lie killed the girl, ber father and mother and a Dr. Smith, and a stranger. J oplin arrived at Fort Smith, for the purpose of marrying Miss Miller, to whom he was. engaged, The farmer. Miller, objected, however, and pre vented the wedding, 'akin2 his daughter home with him. Joplin then seems to have gone oat of his mind with rage or despair. He bought a shot gun, and started for the house of the Millers, which being some distance, he a' tempted to secure the horse of a farmer named Dell, whom he met on the road. Pell refused to give up bis horse, whereupon Joplin blew the top off the farmer's head of, leaving his body by the road side, and takink his horse. He mounted the pony, with which 1 e rode furiously to...

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