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Our friend McCusker from all the surroundings seems to have had trouble. On the night of the temperance lecture at the Court House Mac had it a little "up his nose," which tended to make him very noisy, and having but little or no regard for law and sobriety, went to the temperance lecture, made a noise, disturbed the meeting, and the end of the matter was, the Prosecuting Attorney-Mr Walter Coon-kindly informed him that he was needed before Esquire Nodurft. Mac went, but before he could conveniently get away he was required to foot the bill. LATER-We have since learned that Mac took a change of venue and the case was tried again before G.T. Richardson

Date: 5/12/1870
Origin: Warren Republican
Record ID: 00003073
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 3/21/2011
Collection: Newspaper Clippings Scrapbook
Entered By: WCHS

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