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a A COLU-BLOODEI) COLU-BLOODEI) COLU-BLOODEI) MI KDI H. How O'Mallcy M srdrrsil nirtaae-1 nirtaae-1 nirtaae-1 Walsli IB l.nifrae (ennly. SCKAlfTOK, September 24. Shortly after twelve o'clock last night a man named Michael Walsh was murdered at a saloon kept by a noted character known as Bed Biddy, in Bttort Hill, on the outskirts of this city. The horrible crime was committed committed by J. J. O'Malley, a young man twenty-one twenty-one twenty-one years of age, the son of the saloon keeper, who took aim from tbe second story window of the building with a shot-gun shot-gun shot-gun and succeeded in lodging a full charge of buckshot buckshot in the head of the unfortunate Walsh. The murdered man had been ejected from the place, and was loudly endeavoring endeavoring to enter again, when O'Malley went up stairs and taking aim at him inflicted inflicted the fearful wound which resulted in bis death at noon to-day. to-day. to-day. O'Malley has been arrested and placed in the city prison. He says he did not intend to take Walsh's life, and that the other was riddling the windows with stones before the shot was fired. Sport Hill, the scene of the tragedy, is one of' the roughest corners in tbe region, region, and was terribly ercitd to-day. to-day. to-day. The residents are unanimous in denouncing the crime as a cold-biooded cold-biooded cold-biooded murder. 7 In of ft

Clipped from Pittsburgh Daily Post25 Sep 1877, TuePage 1

Pittsburgh Daily Post (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)25 Sep 1877, TuePage 1
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