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Janesville Daily Recorder (Newspaper) - October 20, 1894, Janesville, Wisconsin JANESVILLE RECORDER. Foreign Mwrttews NUMBER 94. JANESV1LLE, WISCONSIN. SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2O. 1894 PRICE: THREE CENTS. m EN1) MARSHAL GRAHAM iNDiCTEO, m he Said To Fir.t Hanging in St. Paul Thirty-Three Years. in H 1Kb 'J Charl., K li-H, >n- Mainifju-f tirinjf O., who, on k tn f .rx 1 jxvk.r. orf. n-1 r f, the EXEtTTIOX A DOVU.E OXE. irk Ix-ar- tbf; Tw -f i 8h> rdooHi A j MI Jfl 1 he JU Wri. V> -tf on nff- th- fjtftrr afjo-vf tU ir 'vf.K-h rtMir-rnrn.? tf i-n-rtetle their GRAND FALL AND WINTER OPENING COMMENCING SATURDAY, OCTOBER aoth, and continuing: for om- week at THE GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE cured. cs- txeh-ifl 1_ and ene .ri I i.'-rt: that Hi'pll-.h'Kl Wl t) r to K by for _____ new The dread j the th.- of which -will atic sttitwn,
bbery, wuri brought Ix-fore Judge Hoff- inii fur examination, lawyer Thomas, I Baltimore, representi-il the Adams Ex- company and rwiuestctl a postpone- n-iit of thi> hounnK until tomorrow. The risoiier'scoiisisel, Messrs. Richmond nud 'liieBeth, offering no objection, the re- was Tho prisoner con- mnes to alxstam from talking further haiL to maintain his limocenco. There is convletion thai t ho prisoner, ftl- hongh probitbly a crook, Jiwl no conneo ion with tho hokl-vip. Kflturn of Coiikllu. Lis, Mich', Oct. IW.-Dr A. B. who has returned home after >vor six weeks of myhtorioiis absence, left for Manchester, Mich., to visit his wife Mrs Conkliu had removed to Manchester und mournwl her husband as dead. Iho cbKJtor's story of hta kidnaping and deten- tion coincides with tho btatemonts mado after his dlsapTwarmice tibowt tho two col- ored men hanging about his premises and about the vehicle standing near his ollicu, which later disappeared along the lako road. Uo eun as yet give no other theory for his kidnaping than that already stated by him._________ Tlii-i runvH has si-n-i.iUon ovory- v, i A Ut> to l.Klvlill. I'nnccsh Alix of Ihe MI hK hat, other hi- ilc'iliuu'. hooi-, und feiichol. n--- i n 1 ol money. i imi'iUtul th.'t hi) i'soi'0 oV iil.t i-, HioUlv .itter hu hai'. (tu well dressed in v iii n. Heint; rofuseci lui f r the th: he touted u n.ml nd (hut nil W.H tin f, in II-D nltnlion tho mil b i lied all tho MOVKI hi Kvldentlv D, it- I' n K thoii' art) one t the i'.til) rohhi'is IKTH. ii i ,iu ii n ihi spot I lontid in i ho tin t i nei of Ids criii-O for Brave Men. r HT Oct. Hlncklcy, Minn., j speoinl to Tho Pioneer Press sivys: A j inuotlng of was hold for the pur- j poso of somo stops to rocogiiiao tho bruvouyof tho train crows on itho fcttt.t- orn Minnesota, and St Paul und Dnluth railroads who saved so mtmy lives during the grout ilros. It wns decided to give u medal to each trainman A committee was also appointed to draw up resolutions of tlumks, extending to nil tho world feeling of thankfulness expressed lu thlB meeting._________________ Afraltl Truin Kobbom. ST. I.OUIS, Oct. of the Pn- cHle Express company in tho Indiun Ter- ritory have been instructed not to receive money tu forward, and to discontinue tho bale of monoy ordors. This action is the josultof fjvcuient depredations mado by luuulits without interference on tho part ot tho two authorities in tho Indian 'lerri torv the United Stivtoa government ivnO the' local government of tho Indian Na ST. Jjouia, Oct. Republicans UioKlovonth Missouri congressional dis ronommated Churloa Joy who i unsealed by tho present congress In favo- ol' JohuJ. O'iSelll, Democrat. Iho Ki- pub'ioans of the Twolfth Missouri con district nominated Frank W. Storritt to oppose Hon. Soth Cobb, Demo- crat, now running tlllrtl term nl It 'll ln e- i ttruly, then adjusted The noose quickly, (irow down tho bltu k cap ever the eyes of he condemned men, stepped back and he signal w.us givon. Th-re was about wo seconds of suspense. Ihen the loor beneath Monigkeit swung open, the body shot downward and out ot sight. Hitcli In Vrosiammc. There was nn exclamation of excitement when it wns seen that Ktmiseh had not dropped also. There was a short and ex- ulted commotion and a quick movement among tho jail officials. Quicker than it takes to tell it Captain Bean, ot the county, realized what; had occurred and without a moment's dolay swunghim- st'lf down to the floor beneath, sprang to the pulley by which tho crap supporting Brniisch was oijened, gavu it one strong jerk and Wonigkeit's partner iiigmU nlso disappeared from vlow The delay haft not been mow than flvo or six seconds, but who shall know how long it seemed to Ermisch, standing there with the knowledge that there was a hitch and thufc his partner was already .winging bolow him? If Ermisch had any realisation of the incident ho gave not tiio slightest man- ifestation of it CoiiHi'lousneHU Censed InstiuiUy. In both cases consolousucsd had oca bed instantly. There wns oivi short, iivack, al- nioM-, liupercoytlblc and upper part of the body und then each man hung there without turthor motion. Dr O'Brien, tho olltcial doctor for tho oc- casion, stated that tho Jail was so grout that death c.imo almost, instantly from strangulation and without buffering to the men. In eleven minutes from the time he fell Wonigkeil was pronounced dead, and two minutes later life had de- parted from the body of Krmisch ihe bodies wens taken down, placed in cofliua, and renuAod for burial. Tho crowd that hung about tho iail all night w.i- Mull there, its morbid curiosity about the ilrst halving in tins county for thirty-throe veart seeming to be in no way docreaseft by the consummation ol the legal tragedy. Those two young desperadoes wearing masks at about o'clock on tho owumg of May 2, entered the saloon of L II. Kehlman, at the corner of Wabasli street and College nve-m-j. tommanded every-. body iu the room to throw up hands, and demnnded thi- at t'.o bar 'they then shot, down and killed Linhoff, the bar- keeper Though Krmisoh was but 19 and less Ih.iii 21, it was shown to the court and public that from childhood tlu-v been crnnlinlrt While under death senceneu Ulrmisch suourod a re- vuhei through bis mother, and attompteil toc.irry out a plot lor laid between ,etl and ;nigkeii through the paes- of notes He shot and painfully wounded his death w.itch and escaped part way throrgh tho jail, being lecupt ured _______ That goods will be cheaper thr n erer in our new store. We expect to pay our in- creased expense by larger sales. YTe had about -30 packages of fine g-oods in the York custom house -waiting f or the new duty; Those goods are now being opened and you oiight to see them aiid note the prices. We have all the staple and common goods also in large quan- tifies. Onr regu- lar price on Stone Men's good wool write, well made, nicely trimmed, all aizee, worth Opening Sale Oil Men's good all wool in single and double breasted styles, worth f9.00. Opening Sale Price.... .OO Men's good all wool Scotch raits, neat and nobby patterns, dark cassimere and m single and donble breasted styles, worth Opening Sale Price....................... Men's single and double breasted sack suits, fancy cheviots, fine worsteds, in button cutaways, worth f 15.00. Opening Sale Price.. Men's very fine fall suits, cat in single and double breasted sacks and cutaway frock styles, also casai- meres and black serges, qualitiesithat other "tores charge you Opening Sale 1'b.UU Men's very finest imported Clay I cut in the new regent and regular length Prince Albert styles, made suit that coat HHHpte Price.. Boys BREWER BE AT----- Janesville, Park Hotel, Mon- day, October 22d. M Suits. breasted styles, %ftB, dark patterns, MtMJJ tht -.1 ,t il -.hiiu-nt in- jll, T ml iho i.iuMiliy ol J.cc Wing. en. pumUv- irihiiml Ttio }n i, t lO.noi.sn MADISON, OU. O Doolcy stopped upon tin' scaffold in tho cast cor- ridor of tho pcnitonti.iry coll room. Ho was firm and ami was iK-compa- nlcd by KUlrldgo ot Adanib county. Sheriff Trump und Deputy McOrmick of U-e county and tho deputy warden. He was then pinioned and tho iioobO nnd lilack CMP adjusted and nt Shor- lit T 11 Kldridgo spi ung thu tra-p tuat l.umeh.Hl luuKlcror J.IIMCS O. Dooloy into i-ternity The drop w us about T feet and death w.is proJiouiiui-d instiintanooas. Have made regular visits to the s ame oflices in tbis Action of the slate for the past twenty five years. This lonsr wtperience in the treatment of aud cnrjtan study of the best methods, enables them to CURp EVERY CURABLE CASE. Consultation Free and Reasona- ble Terms for Treatment. Liver We are prepared to show suits in treating diseases of Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Nerves, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ity, Youthful Ind.scretKm, Cancers OU KNI.USH, Iail., iiiun, u I'iU'iui'i-M year P.I k r. lirt I.-U-.1 fir. I. -M.'ll. Oi'! "J H Holmes, c hi u'ul Ktlx'ir Bnil h, ft >t ih' Hank Note eoni- l.U S n ion r.f t with thostito ii u print ii'i-tnlnht Uo .jiilut.il by tlu) federal i i !i of iKivhiR -i.ituif prohibitliiB Unlcod illll'IS ji, i >cr finli nil i, ti rt .tloiKht Imlktmeata tin- tlitm nn-inbcrs of tho jvn-in i oxiiiuiui'w mt Car- iiM.il 1'livplciiin-. Dr. A. IJ Wrlyht, and Dr. U 'J nf i 1 (U jki> Tragedy. 19 Cieorgo Gold- old, while ment lv dei.mged Uilleil hi- wife with smooth- in.' iron and then oinptii- 1 tho of a double bar.-oh-l into his o-vii brain (Joldmim sp Mit a months in Ihe insane and had been pro- iiouiH'fil cured ________ 01.1 Kfimlmi at UN-, Oc-t eighth re- union of the Filtieih and T'wonty-heveuth Illinois infantry. Third Missouri cava1 ry, and the Tenth Slls-mirl infantry is going on hero. Four hundreil snrriTors are present and n campfire was held In tho Kmplrt- theator _ _ Couuterfciti'r Sentenced. UlUAVAUKKK, Oot. Henry Wei r of Chicago was found guilty of counterfeit- Ing and sentenced to prison for live yi ars. THE DEATH RECORD. v n M 1 tri n tin -ct. --Tho jury in tho or .Kwejih A on "f having aewpted in f not ot 1. iu Mluoni-r r-. S Scran ton, which i r In tl i fiih- of Oct 10 off Now i, ttH" o itiro i f tin- MhixnuT, in nwiiibwr, Thi pubH-ihixl 01 tho ii it li it! wui un- Cuptnln WILLIAM B. JOHNS, vetcrn tho Aloxicnn war and gratuato of I'oint, at Washington. Chiuf Biiginocr HESBY JIcEvAK, Uintod Sfcivtos navy, at Washington. tioiicral WILLIAM F. HAYNOLDS, at De- troit. Oo Hack to Enjlanil. NEW YOKE, Oct. Lutcomb in tho United SWtes circuit court dismissed tho writ of hnbcivs corpus in the en ot John go back to Knglaud. Oct I'.i -Nathan fo mumll} jnno his rt'fnstil to ih Tai 11 .my candiil.tte fcr the Ur-JMH a U'tcor to Jam J. of Tammany'soxuou- tuiuitu1! st; Mug hi-> reasoiii, for I've secret In my heart, Bweet Marie, A Ule I -would Impart, Sweet Marie. II you'd even fairer be You must Parka' Tea The Improvement yon Sweet Marie. lit BAHCKI.OSA, Oct. dynamite Lomb-i wero found near tho engine of ft Urge maiHifuUin-y where a number of nn- urehisls wt-re formerly employed. Fuses wiro attached to the bombs, and they are bcheved to bo lully loaded. Among the unnrehisls who wero .it one tune employed at the refemnl to were two men who weu> executed in front of the fortress of Mon I Juich An investigation into the churm-tiT ol the bo-nh-, showed that they were powerful enough to have blown up tho whole
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