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Vol. Xxi no 43 Indianapolis. Thursday june 17 1875 a Ruarks. My from the Spectator. I. Loto the Garden i walked Neer bad before. T under a a Oddins White Roma Abe stood in the bade of the door. To Mel and Pale we brr face Bat Mardenly Bright were her eyes. Fair a the newly born Moon when Low in me Easterly skies. _ there at i stood by her aide my spirit grew Happy and free. Would i let a said what i thought that none would 1 marry but thee _ the far off by la were tolling for Twat Home ones funeral Day and in the Meadow close by the Mower were mowing the Hay. The Merrimac. 1 seen her ii. Once bad i Aten it slumbered Story of her cruise. Luto the Garden 1 walked Bat her before vacant and a Iii hmm the House wide open standing the door. Then a Lieut and listening 1 went up to the cur Tain Lene bed. _ _ where be Lay shrouded in White All Winterly lonely and dead there waa a look on her face a if Abe d been thinking of the. 1 ear Margaret then a diapered 1, none will i marry Bat Theel and the or off Bell were ringing for Twat Nome Raets , and in them it Bulowa close by the Mower were mowing the Bay. I. Btl i and dark was Yon Lake a under the desolate Bill Ity no gleam from the sky. There dreary and Mill Rui with in so Ailor Dice Wing the wind in its wandering Light. Touched into i humic to Reeds and broke it in Ripples of Light. Huen tand dark a Ray heart till suddenly thrilled a Gay the Lone tender and pure of the voice which told me i was not alone. Yet How i Long to be dead Whene or on a Calm summer Day flip in a Oil Bella Are ringing and the mowers Are mowing Pic Hay i news and gossip. Vater pillar fringe la a Lovely thing. Black Linen suits will be worn this year. Tom thumb Baa taken de Gref in masonry. There Are eight Tessmer steel works in operation in this country. Piper Days to can t remember of killing to Little girl. Hang his absence of mind and Piper too. Rood the croak of the croaker will be Beard that there is too much rain. The wet Leaton Luta ruined the crop. The Rev. Robert Laird Collier will be at Chicago again in a Lew Days. He la expected at Boston on the next Steamer irom Liverpool. A pans correspondent counted no less than Wenty american four in ban is driven by their owners upon the race Cekrae on Whit monday. If the lit Alioe take another reef in their dresses they will need to get outside of Mem when walking. They look like a pair of one legged Pauta. There la a lady in Waterloo new York who a saved seven a it persons from drowning and a snot received one offer of marriage. Are we american apply liquid manure to Garden Planta or vegetables when it rain. The liquid i then curried directly Down to the roots where it will do the most Good. A boy who 1a not Strong enough to Apale up a email onion bed Between now Aud the fourth of july will dig Over a ten acre Jot Taforo breakfast looking for bit. To drat Whit child born in Cainsville Ohio was elixir Paine a daughter of Gen. Paine. Shu Wuh born on the sixth of August. 1soo. And 1 11 leads a Maiden Lite. A kind hearted peace Loving Baltimore Man printed Bis front Steps 28 Timea trying to get a color to soil bin wife and Theu she decided that the first Leolur was the Best. You May talk All Day Long to a girl about this Beautiful world had it Many sources of happiness but if her new Spring Bonnet does t suit Ber your labor will be la vein. And still they come. To Young misses of to Milford High school have resolved to attend the the graduating exercises in economical Cambric dresses. Who Speaks next it is said and perhaps Wuh truth that the Only Luio a roman does t Fiad much River ton in a looking Glase is Beu Abele crawling into a dentist s chair to have a tooth pulled. A Iowa Falls girl swallowed an overcoat Bultow last week and has had a stitch in her Side Ever since. She not Only swallowed the Button hut Abe swallowed the Button Bole. Aftera Carolus investigation of to subject the new York times says we know no Good reason Why a coronary » Oil ice should necessarily be a sort of Headquarters Lor fraud and extortion. G. Hopper from Kansas May be interviewed on change to Day. He came no to find who Grain bad fallen in Price in spite of the report that to bad eaten everything off lose to i be . Louis Timea. When a woman la care Laden and heavy hearted nothing bikes the Meg rims out of Ber quicker tbsp for a couple of ladies to Stop in front of the House Long enough for her to examine be trimmings on their bonnets. A correspondent of the Detroit Tribune says if an edged tool is so hard As to Crum ble. Grind it on a dry alone until the Edge turns Blue it will Theu cease to break and the temper will generally prove to lie about right. Boss Tweed a Democrat is in pro you Lor ten years for swindling the people while Boas Shepherd a Republican who did the name thing la in High favor with Grant lives in a Palace and drives a fast team Over Bis Rotten Wood pavement in Washington. The Champion misquote of the world is on the East Brady pa., Independent. He attributes president Lim Olnes word with malice toward none with Chanty to All a to the Boule. Thus May you see what comes of letting boys go Lla Biog Al sunday instead of going o sunday school. The Irish world Days it Isnit right for preachers to accumulate wealth. This May be True eur Nib but what we want to know is. Whether u u right Tor editors to accumulate wealth. In it 1», we want to begin to Azcui Ulav Quot but we Bare no desire to do anything to at la not Learid. Secretary flab will soon leave washing in ton with his family for Bis residence on the Hudaon. Secretaries Jewell Bristow and Pierrepont intend to remain at the capital the entire summer. Secretary Belknap will spend i vacation on the Plains. Secretary Robe Uoo contemplate spending go i Deal of the summer away. As told by her first officer. Hub fitting oct the attack a part of k Kab trial trip8i5kiüo of the ctr bar land the Monitor Affek Aranar Southern vib wok How the float Knord. Catesbyap. R. Jonee formerly executive officer and daring the fight with the Monitor commander of the old rebel ram Merrimac contributes f he Atory of her trip to the Southern Magazine when on april 21, 1801, the virginians took phase won of the abandoned Navy Yard at Norfolk they found that the Merrimac bad been burned and Nutik. She was raised and on june 23j following or. S. R. Mallory Confederate Secretary of the Navy ordered that she should to converted into an Iron clod on the plan proposed by Lieut. John m. Brooke c. S. Navy. The Hull was 273 feet Long. About one Hundred and sixty feet of the Central portion was covered by a roof of Wood and Iron inclining about degrees. The Wood was two feet thick. It consisted of Oak Plank Lour inches by 12 to Nabea Laid up and Down next the Iron and two Courene of Pine one longitudinal of eight inches thickness the other twelve Indice thick. The intervening space on top was closed by permanent grating of two Inch Square Iron two and one half inches apart leaving opening Tor four bal Hes Ona near each end and one Forward and one Shaft the smoke stack. The roof did not protect beyond the Boll. There was no knuckle As in the Atlantic Temi Yeeee and on other iroc Lada of later and improved construction. The ends of the shield were rounded. The Armor was four inches thick. It waa fastened to its wooden backing by one and three eights Inch Bolt. Countersunk and secured by Iron nuts and washers. The plate were eight inches wide. These first made were one Knob thick which was a thick As we could then punch cold Iron. We succeeded soon in punching two inches Ana the remaining Platee More than two thirds were two inches thick. Thev were rolled and punch my at the Tredegar works Richmond. The ont aide course was no and Down the next longitudinal. Joints were broken where there were More than two courses. The Hull extending two feet below the roof was plated with one Inch Iron it waa intended that it a bold have bad three inches. The prow waa of cast Iron wedge shape and weighed 1,500 pounds. It was about two feet under water and projected two feet from the Stem it was Well fastened. The rudder and propeller were unprotected. The Battery consisted of ten Guys four single handed Brooke rifles and six nine Inch Sriri Grenus Abeli guns. Two of the Rifle Bow and Stern pivots were seven Inch of 14,500 pounds the other two wore 6.4 Inch thirty two Pound calibre of 9,000 Pound Ono on each broadside. The none inc gun on each aide near it the furnaces was fitted for firing hot shot. A few nine Inch shot with extra windage were cast for hot shot. No other solid shot were on Board during the fight. The engines were the Taipe the vessel bad whilst in the United states Navy. They were radically defective and had been condemned by the United state government. Some changes Lead been made notwithstanding a bib the on Gid Ere reported that they were unreliable. They pet formed very Well during the fight but afterwards failed several time once while under fire. There were Many vexations delays attending the fitting and equipment of the ship. Most of them arose to i the want of skilled labor and Lack of proper tools and appliances. Transporting the Iron from Richmond also caused much delay the Railroad were taxed to Supply the army. The Crew 320 in non tier. Were obtained with great difficulty. With Lew exceptions they were volunteers from the army most of them were Landsman. Their def Ciencia were a much As Poe Elble overcome by the 7.Al nod intelligence of the officer a list of nein is appended. In the fight one of the nine Inch was manned by a detachment of the Norfolk United artillery. The vessel was by the confederates called Virginia. 8be was put in commission during the last week of february but continued crowded with mechanics until the eve of the fight. Be was badly ventilated Verv uncomfortable and very unhealthy. There was in average of fifty or sixty at the Hospital in addition to the sick list on Board. The Flag officer Franklin Buchanan was detained in Richmond in charge of an important Bureau from which he was Only relieved a few Days before the fight. There was no Captain the hip was commissioned Aud equipped by the executive an 1 ordnance officer w to bad reported for duty in november. To bad by special order selected her flattery and was also made responsible for its efficiency. A trial a determined upon although the vessel was in an incomplete condition. The lower part of the shield Forward a Only immersed a Lew inches instead of two feet As was Inte ode of and there was Bat one Inch of Iron on the Hall. The Post shutter etc., were unfinished. The Virginia was in Aeu warty Ber engine were unreliable and Ber Draff Over Twenty two feet prevented her from going to Washington. Her Field of operation waa therefore restricted to the Bay and its immediate Vicinity. There was no regular concerted movement with the army. The frigate Congress and Cumberland temptingly invited an attack. It was fixed for thursday no get. March 6, 1862 the Pilot of which there were five having Breu previously consulted. The sides were sloshed supposing that it would increase the tendency of the projectiles to glance. All preparations were made including Light t at obstructions. After dark the Pilot declared that they would not Pilot the Alp during the no get. They had a High sense of their responsibility. In Justice to them it a bold be stated that it was not easy to Pilot a vessel of our great draft under favourable Circum stances and that the difficulties were much increased by the at a Noe of lights buoys etc., to which they had been accustomed. The attack was Rost Pon d to saturday March 8. The weather was Uvo Rable. We left the Navy Yard at 11 a. A. Against the last half flood of the tide teamed Down the River past on batteries through the obstructions across Hampton Road to the Mouth of Watnee River were of Newport news Lay at Anchor the frigates Cumberland and Congress protected by of Strong batteries and gunboats. The action commenced about 3 r. By our firing the of Guri St the Cumberland less thu mile Distant. A powerful fire was immediately concentrated upon is from All the bal tees afloat and ashore. The frigates Minnesota Roanoke and St. Lawrence with other Voneela were seen coming from old Point. We fired at the Congress on passing but continued to head directly for the Cumby Klaud which vessel we had determined to run into and in lose than fifteen minutes from the firing of the first gun we rammed her Nat Forward of the Star Board fore Chain. There were heavy spars about Ber bows probably to Ward on torpedoes through which we had to break Belore reaching the aide of the Alp. The noise of the crashing Limber was distinctly heard above the Din of Battle. There was no sign of the Bole above water. It Mast have been Large As the Abib soon commenced to Careen. The Shock to us on striking waa alight. We immediately backed the engines. The blow was not repeated. We Here Loat the prow and bad the Stem slightly twisted. The Cumberland fought Ber guns gallantly As Long a they were above water. Be went Down bravely with her colors flying. One of Ber Sheila truck the Sill of the Tow port and exploded to fragments killed two and a snowed a number. Our Aiter nine Inch can was loaded and ready for firing when its muzzle a struck by a Shell which broke it Oti and fired the gun. Another gun had its thu role shot off it a broken so abort that at each subsequent discharge its port was set on fire. The damage to the Armor a slight. Their fire appeared to be aimed at our Porta. Had it been concentrated at the water line we would have been seriously Hurt if note irk owing to the ebb tide and our great draft we could not cloak with the Congress without tint going up sire Stu and then turn ing which waa a tedious operation besides subjecting As twice to the full fire of the batteries some of a Hub we silenced. Wow re accompanied from the Yard by the tugs Beaufort Tea tenant commander w. H. Parker and la Tieb lieutenant commander j. W. Alexander. A soon a the tint we it Beard up James nver the in trick Henry commander John r. Tucker Jame Eto Vul lieutenant oin Mandet j. N. Barney and the lug teaser lieutenant commander w. A. Webb under command of Captain John r. Tucker stood Down the River joining us about 4 Oclock. All these vessel were gallantly a ought and bandied Aud rendered valuable and effective service. The prisoner from the Congress stated that when of Board that Alp it Wasteen that we were Tan Ding no the River that three cheers were Given under the impression that we bad quit the fight. They were sown ande Cei Ved. When they saw us heading Down the Stream tearing the late of the Cumberland Thev Huppi their cables. Made mail and ran ashore Bowa on. A took a position off Ber Quarter and opened a deliberate fire. Very Lew of her guns bore on is and they were soon disabled. The other batteries to play on a a did the Minnesota then aground about one and one Ball Miles off. The by. Lawrence also opened on a shortly Attar. There was great havoc on Board the con Gre. Be a neveral times on Are. Her Gallant commander. Lieutenant Joseph b. Smith a truck in the breast by the fragment of a Abii and i Stanlly killed. The carnage wj»8 frightful. Nothing remained but to Trike to Beer color which they did. They hoisted the White Flag half masted. At ibo main and at the spanker Gall. The Beaufort and Raleigh were ordered to bum her. They went alongside and received eve Earl of her officers Aud Eoin Twenty of her Meu As prisoner. The officers urgently asked i permission to Kaaiai their wounded out of the ship. It was granted. They did not return. A Sharp fire of musketry irom the Shore killed some of the prisoner and forced the tugs to leave. A boat was out Protu the Virginia to Burn Ter covered by the teaser. A fire was opened on them from the Shore and also irom the co Ogree with both of Ber White Flag flying wounding Lieut. Minor and Obeis. We replied to this outrage upon the usages of civilized warfare by reopening on the Congress with hot s of and Ine Tudury Shell. Her Crew escaped by boats a did that of the Cumberland. Canister Aud grape would Hare prevented it but la neither cose was any attempt made to Stop them though it a been otherwise stated ably irom our firing on the bore Oral the urges. We remained near the Congress to prevent Ber recapture. Had Bobeen retaken it might have Letra Aid that the Flag officer permitted it knowing that i brother waa a officer of that is so the Patrick Henry received a shot from the Sboril one of her boilers and had to be towed out of the fight. Be however Roon returned and was again hotly engaged. A Distant and Una at is factory fire was at times bad at the Minnesota. The gunboat Aleo engaged Ber. We Fred Gaulster and grape occasionally in reply to musketry from the store a bib had become annoying. About Thi time the Flag officer was bad wounded by a Rifle Ball Aud bad to be carried below Ilia bold daring and intrepid conduct won the admiration of All inboard. The executive and ordnance officer lieutenant Cates by apr. Jones succeeded to the command. The action Oon Liqued until dusk when we were forced to seek a Anchorage. The con Gres was riddled and on Kirk. A transport Steamer was blow up. A Schooner was sunk and another captured. We had to leave without miking a serious attack on the Minnesota though we fired at or a we named on the other Side of to Middle ground and also at the St. Lawrence. The latter frigate fixed at is by broadsides not a bad plan Tor Small calibres against Iron Cicada 11 concentrated. It was too dark to aim Well. We anchored off our batteries at Sewell Point. The Squadron followed. The Congress continued to Burn. She illuminated the heavens and varied the scene by the firing of Ber own guns the flight of her Bells through the air a a until shortly after Midnight when Ner Magazine exploded and a column of burning matter appeared High in the air to be followed by the stillness of death. Extract from report of Gen. Mansfield. U. 8. A one of the pilots danced about 11 r. A. To be looking in the direction of the Congress when there passed a strange looking Crait. Brought out in bold Relie by the Brilliant Light of the burning Shio which he at once proclaimed to be the Ericsson. We were therefore no surprised to the morning to the Aee the Monitor at Anchor near the Minnesota. The latter ship was still aground. Home delay occurred from bonding our wounded ont of the Alp we bad but one serviceable boat left. Admiral Buchanan was landed at Sewell Point. At 8 a. M. We got under Way As did the Patrick Henry Jamestown and teas r. We stood towards the Minnesota and opened tire on her. The pilots were to have placed us Ball a mile from her Bat we were not at any time nearer than a mile. The Monitor commenced firing when about a third of a mile Distant. We soon approached and were often within a ship s length once while parsing we fired a broadside at her Only a Lew Yard Dan tot. She and her Turret appeared to be under perfect control. Ler Light draft enabled her to move about us at pleasure. Be once took position for a Short Lime where a could not bring a gun to Bear on her. Another of her movements caused us great anxiety be made for our rudder and propeller both of which could have been easily disabled. We could Only Aee Ber Guus when they were discharged immediately afterwords the Turret revolved rapidly and the guns were not again seen until they were again bred. We wondered Bow proper aim would be taken in the very abort time the guns were in sight. The Virginia however was ■ Large target end generally so near that the monitors shot did not often Mas. It did not appear to us that oar Shell Hod any effect upon the Monitor. We bad Rosalid shot. Musketry was fired at the look out Boles. In spite of All the care of our pilots we ran ashore where we read i whole number 1,804 the Morehan murder. A desperadoes mysterious end. The Topography of the locality studies manned Over 15 mine tee. The Patrick Henry and Jame town. With great risk to t been solve started to on assistance. The Monitor and Minnesota were in foil play on a. A Small rite gun on Board the my Nayota or on the Creamer alongside of her a of Refl with remarkable precision. When we saw that on Are made no impression on the Monitor we determined to run into Ber if possible. We fund it a very difficult lest to do. Our great length and draft in a comparatively narrow Channel with but Lottie water to spare made us lug grab in our movement Aud hard to steer and turn. When the Opportunity presented All steam was put of there a to not Howe or sufficient time to Ather full headway Lilore striking. The Clow was Given with the Broad wooden Sten the Iron prow having been lost toe Day before. The Monitor re Fie cd the blow in seen a manner a to weaken it f Fleet and the damage a a to Bei . Shortly after an alarm inst leak in the bows a reported. If however did not Long continue. Wei it contending with the Monitor we received toe fire of the Minnesota which we never failed to retard whenever our glue could be brought to Bear. Wet or on fire Ard did her serious much Leas than we then supposed. Generally the distance a Loo great for effective firing. We exploded t he boiler of a Steamer alongside on a. The fight had continued Over three hours. To As the Monitor appeared unharmed. We were therefore surprised to see Ber run of into Ibcal water where our Art draft would not permit a to follow and were our sell could not Roach Ber. Tie loss of our prow and Anchor and consumption of Coal water etc., had lightened a so that the lower part of the Forward end of the shield v. As awash. We for some time awaited the by turn of the Moni Ion to the roads. Alter consultation i was decided that we should return to be Navy Sard in order that the Vetae should be my get Down in the water and completed. The Pilot said that if we did not then leave that we could not a the bar until noon of the next Day. We therefore at 12 m. Quit the roads and stood for Norfolk. Had there been any sign of the monitors willingness to renew the contort we would have remained to fight her. Welfelt be Rintye Shoal water to which he bad withdrawn and which be did Sot leave until alter we he crossed the bar on our Way to Norfolk. Tha official report says oar Loe is two killed and Nineteen wounded. To Stem i twi ted and the Alp leaks we Bare lost the prow starboard Anchor and All the boat the Armor is somewhat damaged the and both riddled Ibe muzzles of to of tha guns shot away. It a not easy to keep a fut flying the fun Gatalla were repeatedly but away the color were Boi Tod to the Raoke tacit Aud several time cock Down from it. None went killed or wounded in the fight with Tbs Monitor. The Only Datu i age be did wus to the Armor. 3be fired forty one shots. We were Able to receive Moat of them obliquely. The effect of the hot striking obliquely on the shield was to break All the Iron and sometimes to displace several fees of the r ut1de course the w Toden backing would not be broken through. When a hot struck directly at right Angle the to gtd would also be broken through but a displaced. Generally the shot were much scattered in three instances two or More struck near the place in each Case causing More of Nifte Iron to be displaced and the Wood to bulge in Side. A few Sirack near the waterline. The a held was never pierced though it a evident to to two Salt get striking in the same place would have Maje a Large Bole through Armor wooden backing and . The ship was docked a prow of steel and wrought Iron put on and a course of two Inch Iron the Hull below the roof extending in be Rgth 180 feet. Want of time sad material prevented its completion. The damage to the Armor was repaired wrought Iron port suttors were fitted. Oct. The Rifle Guna were applied with Bolt of wrought chilled Don. The ship was brought a toot deeper in the water making Ber Dratt i hours Twenty three feet. Commodore Josiah Tat Nall relieved Admiral Buchanan in command. On the 11th of april be took the Virginia Down to Hampton roads expecting to Bave a desperate encounter with to it Monitor. Greatly to our Surprise the Monitor refused to in Tut us. She closely bugged the Shore under t a inn of the fort with Ber steam up. Hoping to provoke her to come out the Jam a Twu was sent in. And is poured several prices but the Monitor would not Budge. It was proposed to take the vessel to York River but it was decided in Richmond Bat one should remain in Norfolk for its Protection. Commodore 1 Atwall commanded the Virginia 45 Tavs Ltd which time there were Only thirteen dais that be was not in the Doc Lac or in the band of the Navy Yard. Yet he i veed in impress aug the Enero that we were ready fat a Active service. It a evident that the enemy very ranch overrated Street our Power and efficiency. The also bad the same exaggerated idea i it the vessel. On the Bot May a squad Jon including the Monitor bombarded oar batteries at a Well Point. We immediately left the Yard for the Roods. As Drew near the Monitor and her convict ceased bombarding and retreated under Teguns of the ions keeping beyond the Range of car gun. Men of War from below lie tort and vessel expressly á ted Lor running a Down joined tee other vessels Between the fort it looked As if the Fleet we about to make a Floreo onslaught upon a. But we were again to let a disappointed. The Monitor and the other vessel did not venture to meet be although we and voiced until projectiles from the r of Rupi fell More than Hall a mile beyond us. Our object however a Ocorn Plia hed we bad up an end to Xie boat bards tent and we returned to oos buoy Norfolk waa evacuated on the lot of May. La order that the Chip might be married up the James River we Oommen eed to Light eur Ber but ceased on the pilots saying they Oakl not take her up. Her shield a then out of water we were not in lighting Ron detion. We therefore ran her ashore in the bight of Cranky Island landed the Crew and set the vessel on fire. Toe mag Zius exp led about 4 3u on the moaning c4 the 11th of May. Isicc. To Crew arrived at drug yes Bluff the next Day Aud assisted in defeating the Monitor Galena and other a a a a on tin 15tb of May. Commodore Tatnai a tried by court martial Tor the Virginia and was honorable acquitted of ail to charge. Or Thi Mcord Srroh the a fatal shot struggle of the dying Man. The Cincinnati papers Are filled with account of the mysterious assassination of Tont Mcgehan at Hamilton on sunday night. From the Gazette is gleaned the accompany no statement the not Orion Tom merge Hon who for years has been the terror of a Nullon was Aaraas Sinate in by Saloon in it Day of sunday night shortly before 12 orc Ynck. The Saloon is a two Ttorp Frame building connected with a Bowling Alley Aud Sta ids on the Aorl hide of Basin Street a Lew Tori West of the c. H. A d. Railroad Wes of the Saloon and separated from it by a on Yard ten Ortw Elre feet in Width is a Small Wagon shop. The Yard extends to the rear of the main Saloon building to a Row of Sheds Midway Between Basin and High streets. Two or three doors in the Thod Walls open into Blank Lota fronting on High Street were excavation a and buildings Aro to Prog Tew. The Dors Bave f in laced the Means of escape of the Assassin. On Tbs West Side of the Saloon and lighting the Cyan act on it North Eoo is a window which it to been the custom of the a Jook keeper to cover at nights a Ltd a close p a shutter in a bib there Are font openings at the top two air ruler openings and Belov then two of Diamond shape a it of air Tocho in Beight by five in Width. The window is barrel by a Stout Iron Rod on to outside la Teusz inside. In the Yard there Bee been for Home Days an old Yigui Wagon probably wailing Lor repair at the shop. The Assassin whoever they were must Tave made them Elv a a Moflar with the ground Aud Learned the exact posit in of the window in relation to the parts of the Aloon. The height of the opening above ground the presence of the Wagon and the habit of the Saloon Beeper. Their mtg Dib i too must Fowe been cautiously Condu item or the a Weeing Rooma of Jake Heinbach s i Saloon abut upon the Vest Border of the Yard and n Saturn Al orday Ligh surveys of the premises would have attracted the attention of the Waily. It Ostrava bad been in his Saloon during the and in the evening until pretty late Wieb Mast have been known to to a Selas. I subsequent presence on the St. Julian Corner Abnit three Janac ters of a so tire went anti Bla return to the Aloon Wlton Sam. Darling and Harry Hay. Must also have been known to the persistent Shadowens i erect by after Mcce ban s return to to Saloon the Wagon waa prob ably wheeled quietly up a Tab the Roar almost pressing against the window the men mounted Aud with the my Lens a double barrelled gun reeling upon the lower ides of the Northern a tamed sneering aim a allowed and the fatal shots were fired. A Man average Bei Jet would require to Loop of Oasis rally in web thug wrong a the opening while Sutra log upon the Wagon. According to the stories of Darling and 11 a the former was standing near the East hide of the counter Aud the fatter Paay to i rear and a Lottie to his left or nearer the Yard window. Darling i h newspaper Man off duly temporarily Llew Tor a Totne the Hamilton 9orrepon<1eat of the enquirer. And it present in local of to it Butler c Unity Democrat. Hay a a lat Oung Man of Leisure and reduced Cir eur Lanyee who has Quad used. Nuce arriving at by majority a Var or two ago. An eatr.4a Large in it ugh to satisfy the auth Tiou of any Young Man of average on Ter Price and Industry Neuner of the Midnight Visitin to the Alson could reasonable be sure Josd of complicity in any Forra with the killing. Both evidently feared the Abate were tired at them by Mcgehan. And re Flino in i to affright to the door endeavoured to a re to Biz live by putting the greatest possible distance Between themselves Vad the Terri res is Gohan. Hay admits that be skedaddle in a Joe darkness through vacant lots and lumber Yard a around Comers and Mil is anti fences toward the Coin try Feir Grood mad hat to did not dare to turn h Mcward to Misi. Jul Njau hotel until Daylight Luuy tour hours afterwards. Darling Sta Ned oat ahead of him Aud Lurn lug a the Railroad ran northward f. Num Jer of squares seeking Retone in various localities Tor a of Nils of Boturla we j be ventured upon Helgn Street to to s pm Uipa House where to awakened tit e clerk went to bet., and wanted for Brce d Daylight before risking gain the Bullet of Hia supposed a a in. Private night Wau a Man Nathan s. Wood heard the slits while sitting at a Turner about a Square a us a half Northwest of the Auto or. Constable John Johnson who a Nob on duty at the Lane Beard Thi reports at some Picot near the Bison Asci Iare or so a Al of the Saloon and going to i Ard whence the sound pro seeded Euco Amu red Woods. Sex Deputy marshal Billy lit Igler a lingering Over a fond Ood Quot nigh it at some Maidens Gate on the opposite a it be of the Street bait a sonar West thu i the shots were fire and he a nobody t n the nor heard Anu Aure commotion. Jacob Hunt Bach Ami the a set n Oihi family i veg but a few feet away from the spot hear the allot but Beard no other sound Ulm Trtat of stomping it it of feet in the Saloon As of the two Visitin Runn no. The re w3 a very loud report followed in a Tew second by a lighter report As if the first was that of a gun and the second that of a revolver. Jim by Vallandin Gaiu pm ecu us attorney of the county heard tue Ahot to Hia office mourning. Of of the crowd carefully stepped Aero the body and picking him Way through the Pond of blood treated the crowd liberally to the we Feko and Ogara the others grimly joked As to where the treat they were enjoying enold a made Oay Auie. Word a ton to i Wile Early in the . Not i be in Lorn enl word by her Little Eon. To court the brother of the deceased who wore that the and his entire ohm ill should yet meet a Simitar Fate. During the Early part of the for Naoa. As the news rereading Dredson Spectator thronged the Street in front anti to Saloon and the vent. The enquirer Pabli abes a graphic picture of the Dpi mans . Mcgehan notwithstanding Bis hideous wound including the shot which most Bave instantly destroyed the sight of one Eye scams to have understood the whole situation before either of the terrified men St the other tide of the bar had sufficiently recovered from their i right to compre he us its cause. The whole Savage Natare of the Burly it Friar. A braced by the Iron Reedoi be of vengeance. With one Eye Cord severed by the cruel shot of the e Wardly army win i h the life blood Lebpw tug in torrents from i veins at every throb of the panting bar with every nerve of sensation alive with the keenest agony with the very consciousness of death upon him and the Dizol of death within hire and the Prednewa of death dyeing in sanded floor beneath him tul i feet slipped in i own Oore the grim c Lurige of the Man never failed Bim. 11» grasped his revolver and strode to Ward Tbs door endeavouring in the act of hastening to meet Bis Conly to husband All i for the Poe Elble encounter hot he a blood welled Natoo fat and the Tont Tea a staggered for the first moment feeling to w near was death Liten came the terrible St Ruggle the Man s Iron determination to r Euge himself redoubled with the know led e that Bis life woe ebbing with die blood. A Oor Oding to the horribly vivid Tew Timony o f witnesses his Kyj Toisto a Kalb 311 Dowse to 1 Tave been much like those of a Drunken turn wielding All Hia will to maintain his pc Otlaug. I of Wally enemy was but Whlig in a few Yards of bin. And the shadowy do Troyer had stepped in Between them wit b All that ghastly might against Bieh will and fleshly strength Ranat in vain. But All that i Lunin will and strength could i to under Ucb frightful conditions Thi. Djung Man did. He bad walked oat and. Standing about three feet in front of tic a Ruben be fell by feet ally Ping in his in blood. While grasping one band i t a Beer table Leanir Gwint the set w All Seuis to Bave swung round i bed Aud Boulder sinking again by the w All As Bis feet upped Forward. He n Lunt Bave died a Mel immediately Aitoro Ard leaning slightly of his Elbow a in to it Laai rain Effort to Rise his head and Flo us Ders being jammed a Little Forward. And Many who peered through the Salon n windows by the first gleam of Gray Daylight to behold the gory Corpse rom eau Peru 1 that turn Myers bad died in the same attic Ade. 7pon his breast was mod a Large-»2m i Smith it Wesson revolver with in Bis weakness be let fall. The revolver a a five chambered Oca. 3w»j of which were loaded one empty and Ike other two containing empty sell. The Nat ural supposition is thai when he a i be immediately deter Kiwi to Cut off the a Law Una Retreat from the Alley and hot Othi on As be came out. To effect that be a s making for the front door when death w4 com be Nad so often cheated heretofore. In Erncr a Thi time a Ltd i counter plot to us. Nearly three squares away and when he and the officer reached the Saloon and entered they found the Light brightly Xira pm and a great Pool of blood with fetid odor upon Tho floor while Mcgehan Lay to return of the Massachusetts dug Cap. Tured by a South Carolina regiment during the War is imitated by capt. Smith of Columbia South Carolina comic hider of a company in the twelfth South Carolina Reg Sugient who has just sent to lieutenant Johnson of the third Maine regiment a sword which was captured from him in the wilderness. Ump and at one tade of a table with his head partly supported by the Wall. Back of the bar were email pools of blood and extending irom a were clotted Boot Marks to the spot where be Laid. A Streak partly beneath him showed where a death overtook him his Beels slowly us Boot under hint Aud blood Marks on the Beer table Arel door Frame teat life to the at Ruggle to support him Mfd a he Tell. It was a by deeds sight. One Eye waa entirely shot out the rout j was torn partly Oil three or four front Teeth of Large in Ley near him Ault a the while tace and neck domed riddled with bullets. His bands Lay stretched at his aide and a revolver Lay acro amp a his stomach. Too Tody though disfigured we Oak by recon nixed. It a the helpless corf a of the Man who h gtd Hui self taken life freely and bad been for year Tho terror of the Community. Some Lime elapsed lie fore the cause is determined. Thore was still a Ruu of Gunpowder in the room. A Naeg of broken Glass behind the bar suggested the window As the Point whence to attack bad been made Aud the presence of the Wagon seemed to prove it. The Coroner was sent Lor and in the course of the night As the news spread a lowly among the Lew people out of doors at that hour visitors dropped in. There was no lamentation or Auy out and of Nevate proper a colonel Huler take away a car Load. Gra Fonal Oum up Indence of the Sentiny june 14, 1875.according to the limit in the resignation of col Shuler the Preem w Arden this prison posse it Ato be hands of the democratic appointees to Morrow. The accumulation of articles boxed up for removal at the Warden s residence indicates a Large amount of property claimed by the officer although the Bill for furnishing the House Sod improving the grounds by the slate amount to thousands expense and Cost to the people. There seems to be a Carload remaining of private properly of the Warden and the new Warden a also required to make Home purchases of article needed for Dally use in the Boule. This shows that when the door a been opened Lor state outlay there remains a Large margin Lor private profit. The proles of office holding Are exhibited in the increase of mean and expenses of living in the favored officials and the officers do not leave Belr poet without Large Margina to show no necessity for pension were the wealth be Bren accumulated Dur lag the holding office. This bring Forward the question in other any per Laitos can a allowed officer beyond the strict letter and of the Law and whether any Lurther outlay must not be accounted for to the state. It appear Watkin is question is Likely to be tested in this matter As a suit has i get a instituted in the Clark a cult court calling upon the warder to account Lor this great outlay and Uso of the late finances and claiming judgment in ,-000. The practice has been to Loose and the perquisite so urge As to imperatively Call for Home Judi i a interpretation of Bow tar the state can be bled. Brides the effect upon the convict of this extravagance has been to encourage their Amert ions that they Are the victims rather than a Rindala and hat if they he held Tat office they would Hare enjoyed luxuries rather than a prisoners cot. They look upon the luxuries i Laveo at and about the wardens residence a so much taken from the taxpayers to Supply private enjoy meat and gain while they suffer privation and task labor. Even the favors bestowed upon them seem to lo»3 their effect because to Enio Mente of the officers Are so far beyond their reach. Criminals usually look upon society As Ibert enemy and Mueh More so when their officers ate enjoy ing Naiu Isaiaa and luxuries of Quetti Hamble Legal Sanction. Plain living and privation Koukl have a better effect in reducing the belief that Loci Ely was not preying upon them. Whether this canse bet made an important figure or not the discipline of their prison bet become demoralised and the Are ready for any move to regain Liberty. The finances and credit of the instigation a also Fallan into disrepute and the whole Yueai become a discredit to the Stata. The supplies Lave not been purchased Trout proprietors at this place Aud hence pit vote cute rest chime to with the general duo Alsot Maui Leviod at the condition of affaire. The new government has a heavy work to do and the credit of the state a involved in bringing the institution out of its present difficulties. Two Small boys were hauled before the Preston conn., police court and fined Ono cent each for the heinous of Lonso of calling one William Armstrong a Sunflower
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