The Cincinnati Enquirer - 15 Oct 1879 - Kocab
-LEVELAND. -LEVELAND. A Strike I4.nl v. - smriAL sisTA cm to tms RXQUiaaa. Cl eve la w? , oifro, October 14. The places of all the . ikars at the Union Depot this morning-we. morning-we. morning-we. s filled, aad the movement of freight to-day to-day to-day has been going on as usual. No serious loss Is apprehended irom the delay, the lost tli as is being made up .rapidly. The new men met SI 15 a day. and twice as many men as were needed could have been had. - t The stabbing affray mentioned In yester day's speciu) proves to have been worse than at first reported. . To-day. To-day. To-day. Vincent Zelcng, another of the gang, was apprehended. Frank KoKlilt, was badly cut over the left eye, and dressed his own wounds. The mob cut a cow belonging to John Zipea so that the entrails ran out. Both Katik and Kumrader, who were thought to be dying yesterday, are still ln a precarious condition. The difficulty was caused by a church row. Most of the Bohe mians here belong to the Catholic Society known as St. Prokop's Church, but of late some of them, who call themselves Freethinkers Freethinkers or Protestants, have formed a clan among themselves. Bitter feeling has resulted, and It culminated Saturday night ln the fight at Kocab's dance, given by oneof the Protestant Protestant Societies. The men eharged with the crime are, it is said, Catholics. They allege that Kumrader and Katik were to blame; that they hod been drinking all the evening for the purpose Of kicking up a row, and were very drunk.