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 - Wrig-,v KrAok bebaefrer. Frank Mariano lad Pssl...
Wrig-,v KrAok bebaefrer. Frank Mariano lad Pssl Keen agio. The police engaged id accompany tbem were Otlieers IEf of tne fourth precinct. Cenaoice IV the Aral and Hchultz of the third. Tiadatiesof ths policemen aent with Ugyooad driver ia to see that cattle art set taken from the wood side of t'Ulhoraa atreet, and also to protect tbe grtvera from interference and allow no ."(crimination to oe made. Bsertiy before the above hoar yeater-fiy yeater-fiy yeater-fiy saorning the police and pound invars Jef the Third distriet poand on linj, between burgundy and Du-hiss Du-hiss Du-hiss rtreeta, for tne place complained Id (in reaching a point about a balf a naara from Claiborne street they came ngfaSS BOOS uw.vu uv'j mw 0 araaiag. ronnded tnem op and ftrui afl with them for the poond. .XaT bad gone but a abort distance a ana of tbe female appeared and gad tear war glad tuey bad come; if laey aa4 oeoie sooner tbey would ha,ve f4 a4ot nor that bad crossed tbe line. XSa an eootioned a when a woman ati kar daughter came ap to tbem and tOfaraeMl them that they would hare iSsn axed for taking tbe eattte. tbe gsstster ramarking mat if ah wa a aaa woald not let them take the 3ke-wtmea 3ke-wtmea 3ke-wtmea haaUned away and a tswasesaeats after a born waa heard Mewing. TbU wa followed by two or (bra atoara io different directions, iliswas the signal the dairymen hare af aotifying each other that the pound stivers ara around and assistance ia .The ainal brought forth women. reus aad eld. froai ail dlrectlona. ana lawseiieeaod ponnd drirera now aaw taai tbey waald have trouble lacy had reached the corner of Ma-isat Ma-isat Ma-isat aad 8t-Claude 8t-Claude 8t-Claude streets when tha f ran alia ia their bare feet began to itim 'aroand them like beend. yrsseatly a dairy man, who ia dew7aid se a sroas-eyed sroas-eyed sroas-eyed man residing on Maraia, ess Bertaeleraew atreet, atepped up aad wanted t know wnere the driver war tafciag tae cow. 11 waa told the war going to tha pound and ho nphads Aaou ain't; yoo ara not go-tar go-tar go-tar away with tboae cows." Officer XaUar raqtaated him not to interfere, waaaha aegaa abnamg theodcar in a rWleat ajaaaer. Tbe orheer placad him adsr arreal whan bejeraed away. Onaeciag thie Officer Cenanca and at tail! want to Keller'a aasistance and aUaatatad to placa the nipper on the ynaaaar. whan ha made a deaperate re- re- la Ibe meantime a crowd of nearly Scbultz. visited tbe dying man's bedside. bedside. Tbe man said ce was not going to die. He waa asked if he could identify any one prevent as tbe man who aiiot him. Officer Sobultz was pointed out to him and asked if he wa tbe man. Sprmger aaked him to turn bis back, wbicb he did, and on turning his face Springer aatd he was not too man, and the recorder withdrew. Springer's death, however, la only a question of time. He ia 26 yeara of age and la employed at bia fatber'a blacksmith blacksmith shop, corner of Bartholomew and Danphine atreeta. He i a widower aad naa three childreu. Springer is a member of tbe old time "Springer gang" of tbe Third district, lie was seen, but waa enable to make a statement. statement. His father claims that hii aon was on tne bauqnette wben be was shot down by one uf tbe pound drivers. Wben he aaw him fall he ran over to him. He Had nothing to do witb the tronble. Tba ponnd driver. Wriggle, claima tbat be ran wben the first shot was fired. Kntlier followed mm and catch-ina catch-ina catch-ina his borae by tbe bridle, struck him with a stick. Kntlier claims that he had nothing to do with the aOair, as he was at the party when the shooting occurred. Lie ran to tbe place with Oeorae Springer, and on aueing Steve Springer wounded started for the Poland street car station, station, to telephone for the ambulance, when he waa aasaultid by Wriggle and paraned aeveral aquares. Supernumerary Sebnlth is 27 years of ag and reaidea in th front of ihe Tbird ward- ward- He was formerly an express express wagon driver and was appointed on the police nnderthe new administration. administration. He baa never been in trouble before, before, and is a courageoua and polite officer. officer. Yesterday waa the first time since hia connection with the fore that he baa ever been detailed to protect tbe ponnd drivers, and hia detail was made to fill tb place 61 Officer Shannon, who was taken sick. SOUTHERN MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. It Happy Celebration at Mllnebarg Yesterday. Yesterday. The Southern Mntua) Benevolent Association Association yesterday held a celebration of unusual interest. Tbe members were astern bled early in the afternoon and headed by a band proceeded to the eburch of Saints Peter and Panl, on Burgundy, between Marigny and meiiu. lujaredleg oubody and oialui given a bgbi on talked gtad-aany Maarioe were and both seltls Bowea Kvao enoagb. en five rales, with 1 was timekeeper, rraay It bad the crowd daring tne beooa" preserve knocking nag with It was a bonest down his Kil-raln. It sought as be big with bis mosteeue, position. It was Bowen tne the same waved stood Kyan. fear-lai effect be this at a Tne Tbe men bands at tne same. Bowen, kid. cleared arma Kyan led In a qulok led aalD Boweo'a on Kyan cUnened, at close npper away. the oody together oat. nsht bad Kyan riitbt on blows In Kyan

Clipped from The Times-Picayune05 Aug 1889, MonPage 3

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)05 Aug 1889, MonPage 3
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