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The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Murder of two policemen in Cincinnati. (search)
Murder of two policemen in Cincinnati. --Two policemen, named Claiborne Long and Daniel Hallam, were stabbed in Cincinnati Wednesday night, in a house of ill fame, on Main street, opposite Gano street, by two men named Lowry. Long died the next morning, and Harlan the next evening. Constance and Romain Lowry, who stabbed them, were arrested Friday, and taken to prison.--There was considerable excitement in regard to the affair, and an attempt was made to take the prisoners from the jailallam, were stabbed in Cincinnati Wednesday night, in a house of ill fame, on Main street, opposite Gano street, by two men named Lowry. Long died the next morning, and Harlan the next evening. Constance and Romain Lowry, who stabbed them, were arrested Friday, and taken to prison.--There was considerable excitement in regard to the affair, and an attempt was made to take the prisoners from the jail by force. This was prevented by the Guthrie Grays, who were ordered out to protect the jail.