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Elyria Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 28, 1901, Elyria, Ohio THE DAILY CHRONICLE TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION OF AMY PAPER PUBLISHED IN LORAIN COUNTY AND CIRCULATING IN ELTRIA AND SURROUNDING TOWNS Vot.1. No. 97 ELYRIA. OHIO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 1901 ONE Cnrr HUNTED I Thrilling Han Chase After a Robber. "T WHERE CZOLCOSZ WILL BE EXECUTED. Tenn.. Oct. aesper-.' ate nan fought way clear of two; city detectives here Sunday and after j thrilling chase made good his es-j cape. In his race (or liberty he utilised two-horse wagon team, a hone sad twiggy and a riding hone, all forcibly taken, while two dead hJoodhonnda mark Che first portion trait believe the man is one of the gang that held up the Great iNorthern express near Wagner. Mont., last June, his attempt to get ohange for a 1X0 -bill of the seriea aeotred in that robbery attracting the attention of the police to bun. Yesterday morning a raw-boned man about fire feet ten Indies high. with florid complexion, offered the bill in payment of small fat a score on the putoKc square. Difficulty in making the change cavsed the salesman to closely notice the bill, which prored to be on the bank. The police were qmkrtiy notified, the clerk meanwhile delaying the matter of change. Dwyer and Dickens were aoon on hand and. approaching the demanded his name. was the reply, and another question or two Detec- Dwyer informed the man he was under arrest. Quick aa a flash Fer- guson ted a rerolrer in each hand and started for the door. A faand- Tnihaiiil mgtit ensued, both- officers grappling with the stranger, who prored more than a -match for them. Using' his pistols, aa clubs he tought Ida way to the door and fled down the street. A passing ice wagon caught his at- tention and the -three negro occu- pant" ware soon out of his way. Then a flre engine clip the wagon was headed across (fee Cumberland river bridge Into East Nashville, a fasHlade aftrota following it. Out Woodland street went the team sadden turn Into First street brought tt to grief. One of the tones fell and broke his leg, font the fugitive was not to be delayed. Hun sting across First street he held np an old negro who was driving by in a huggy and the flight was continued. Oat into the commons he sped. Once the baggy overturned, 'but was qaick- ly -righted. Finally the tired horse waa abandoned and after a dive into Shelby park on foot the supposed bandit secured another horse, -hitched at a point near the park. Then after a sensational ride the horse -was left and the flight continued on foot. Far- ther pursuers found two of their bloodhounds shot to death a short distance apart and after that- the trace of the man was lost. The sheriff with a posse is scouring' the country for the man. When the buggy was abandoned the man wflfcbe sham battle te aspis
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