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From Pike's Peak

From Pike's Peak image
Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
July
Year
1860
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

St. Joscpli, July 2. Denver City advices to tho 3d are received. i. R. Card, from Quincy, 111., was stabbed by Prederick Hadley, from AtchinsoD, Kansas, on the eveiiing of the 21st, about twelve miles east of onver, on Platte River. The unfortuuate man died from his wounds about two o'olock next morning. The quarrel was about driviug into camp for the night. Hadley was to have a trial this morning at 9 o'clock, when the facts will be elieited. Oue of the men employed on White & Marsball's train is supposed to have been killed by Indiana He left the compauy to hunt. Not returning when expeoted search was made, when he was fouudwith an arrow through his body. Hia name was npt learned. The weáther has been cool and pleasant Aa extensive íire has been raging in tho pineries for a few days, filling. the atmosphere with smoke and einders, aomatimes hiding the sim for hours.