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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VI IT. -4NO. 9301. UNDER DEAI H'S SHADOW. Murderer William Kemmlei Makes His Will. TESTING DURSTON'S DEATH CHAII "Kemmlei Will Be Frozen Sayi Dr. Chjlr the Deatt Chamber F.iecutlon Ii Expected to Occur Today or wednewlay, An BURS, If. Y April one of tin shops of Auburn prison yesterday after noon two convicts put the finishing touchei to the pine coffii which is to reoeivi the body of tht murderer Kemtn ler. In his seclud ed cell the murder er himself making his law will and tests ment. Calmly ano apparently indif WARDEN DL'HSTON. ferent to the rapic approach of deatk he parceled out his few effects with the greatest care. He leaves his Bible to Daniel; his pictorai Bible primer to Mrs. Durston, his game 01 "pigs in the clover" to Rev. Mr Houghton hin testament to Bill, as he calls the othel keeper; and his slate, ull written over with nnrue, to Chaplain Yates. Kemmler'g Bequests. Foralong time Kemmlerhas been amus- ing himself by writing his name on cardi furnished him by the warden, but he sayi that he guesses he has no more time 101 that. When his clean clothea were brought to him on Sunday he said he did not cars for them until he put them on to die in. He said to the warden: "We'll do this thing whenever you are ready. We may at well do it the first of the week as the last so far as I am concerned." Inspecting the Death Chair. The Rrie county district attorney, C. E
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