March 27, 1884. Cinncinnati Enquirer.

Our great grandfather, Murray W. Taylor, was Chief of Police for the NYC Railroad, stretching from West Virginia to Michigan. There are two mentions of him in this section. Look for "Chief Taylor" - one refers to another case, involving a cousin, named "Kuhns"

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March 27, 1884. Cinncinnati Enquirer. - speaks well for th worker. Officer Vldor...
speaks well for th worker. Officer Vldor Williams press a ted his reelgaatlon to Chief Taylor thi morning, a be heard ha we being investigated for tippling. Artie, trtiois aJiiinixuatlng the Traboe Arms Ona-Drt Ona-Drt WJL! rJJOAxi capital, wr recordeTby the ontr Clerk to-day. to-day. to-day. iw. pan Ceo James Trabue. blla F. Miller, Oeerg H.. aioure aad J. B. Bangs. Tbe taoorporators expect to start a big tactery tor aBaaaabMaeaadng dreHsraa ef all aiads at aa early day. The will of the 1st Coional Henry M. Carr ds vines his eattr estate te hi widow, te be hers until all th chiidrea erriv at maturity. Arrangement have beea nde for th "Klnth Ohio Infantry" to soeet it old war trlaada at Paca-nix Paca-nix Paca-nix HiUPark,. thlilty, May tsta. An excursion will com from Clndaaatl, and a royal good tim a. p. sueaMagKia O. Daltoa for divorce, alleging Boe-cebabltatioa Boe-cebabltatioa Boe-cebabltatioa for elcht years. Mary sua Michael Tierney for dl verce. aUealBg dm nkeaneee nd cruelty as ber cause of actkm. John B. Bail en tered suit against in laoeisvui and Cincinnati saau atne ijompaay te cor red bv tn breaking o recover liOca damage is-if is-if is-if the steamer Ben Franx-Mri Franx-Mri an h ors ever a vaa . . n fin's heed line, at ber mood sdh tee rooe reootiing track plaintlfr tight leg, he has been helpless. jTK nraaging it. since wnen ne nas t-n t-n t-n h. n . Nntt sue A. S- S- Merrlweatber ana others te cover esse on a sole, John ahay sua Pat and Toss Hy land to recover fAOW for malicious assault. James Lsltva man ared elxty-ave.ead elxty-ave.ead elxty-ave.ead a aatxr of Ireland, died suddenly to -cay -cay at Sis. Mary and F.Uzabeth Hospital ot heart rheumatism. Marriage license laeaed tVs-day tVs-day tVs-day to W.A, Wright and Kmnia Wallace. A large audlenee assembled at "Squire Basso's office this afternoon te witness th auptiais between Samuel P. Memlch, a farmer, af FisherviU, tbt county, an Mis Mary M. I wing, of Daytoa. Ohio, It required bet a few moments to spUoe. aad almost Instantly the couple were en route to the groom's home. Darin th past winter tbe bride visited rel-ettves rel-ettves rel-ettves SI FisherviU, aad accidentally ae th areotn. Te-day Te-day Te-day they met on th street, he popped th question, and twenty ml note later they wer man and wife. It was his fourth and Ber third marriage, marriage, aad both bad families of grown children, who kicked vigoroesty agmi n thels agest trisaB. but Cupid secured another victory. Amelio Francisco, aa Imase peddler, was stngsed and badly hurt on Broadway to-aight, to-aight, to-aight, aad th mai who did it escaped. ' . , . Chief Taylor to-night to-night to-night ordered Deputy City Clerk Levi to keep awsy from the Polio rotations fa tb future, because be had offered to wager money that Taylor would go to Jail for contempt in the Taylor-Koha Taylor-Koha Taylor-Koha con tempt ease. The prospects are that aauther row win com of this action. A named

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  • March 27, 1884. Cinncinnati Enquirer. — Our great grandfather, Murray W. Taylor, was Chief of Police for the NYC Railroad, stretching from West Virginia to Michigan. There are two mentions of him in this section. Look for "Chief Taylor" - one refers to another case, involving a cousin, named "Kuhns"

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