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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. ALTON. IU... rm UKDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7. ISIK). AND NO 53 V/illiam Kemmler Dies from Electric Shock. an PAPETEWES AT < JOKI '. most have Room for our NOW HTxx'K of ALRUM8 and PAPE* TERI ES now under way. Ifnnow, we offer our present arock AT (’OST. The Ever I An POPULAR 1UC rn Sheet Music. (CHAS. J. DEGENHART. Mole Anent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS » AHKt PIXY ARK WD Kl) FO B LO I ICN I'/'H ANI) KUK TMK OK UK TF A CHV 9 EBS DK HIK PIANO ANO ORGAN. the execution was a butchery. Hie KU M *Wk I ' iii* .I In* D#«tH end tar in.rn*I iud Ta Ile Tamed tm •'n tin Aft* r Hein* Otter (i.tartl — K.ear* natl (ne |fHft „f t>nm ot th# Great Itwlt «| the Nineteenth Century I De % Ut Itll •« < llUIH|r. Alums, s, Y , All*. 7.—With a abort. ■•harp xhttck—|»ainle«H no tar a** the world wtli ever know-the Boul of William KT iii ruler wan -fpnnit#.! from hi* 6:40 o’eloek VV -dneaday morning. A cup adjusted to tkf be*11 of a man bound rapt l'e En a strange looking chair, a lever quickly swung around the arc of a aemi cirri#, a quick convulsion, a mu,him revir-a1 of muaciil tr action, another turn of the lever, a jinn***, a room filled with * ken Inn Dines >a rid twenty ae van witnraac* of the ti rat clee-Held# In biatory kmV that the death .rf Tulle Zeigler hail !*-#„ avenged In lit and the crime of William Krunnier ax pint rd ao far aa human hand* • old force Ila expiation. An execution la Third and Piasa sts. ALTON, ILI. Chopstick Waits, by ...... Hy Away Galop, by .......... Gertrude Dream Waits, by .... Impatience (Ranlo Galop),by In tin* Sunshine, by ... .Lick Croat's .March, by ... Moment nucleal, by Hatful Ronda, by Russian Grand March, by . f-tarof Affection Maetirkit.hy , Shower of Roses unhip, by...... ••««« Walts, by ...... Wreath M nits, by  ........ Ac., Ac., Ac, ac., THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfcldt. vin AI, AM) INMTilMKN L ll.) toe a Copy OUR SPECIAL TERMS: lOc Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies. (RtAkfur PRKR on A p pl lea* lion, or Miiliiit FICEK to Adtlronn. .    In bit dining room on ti e Merom! I! mr of the prison imildlng »\ a rd en Dur-lu bad spread a luncheon, ntvl convict prisoners In a bite caus and a| roils served coffee and MUidwlcbe# to th# hungry assemblage. A Collun* Crowd. Outside th# prison gat« h there was a con-st,i ii ti v augmenting crowd a birt) exam la«il each newcomer with curious interest. Ai riw, lbs street was a group of n«w<.pa-jmt correspondents, two of them perched on a platform twenty feet from th# ground in constant cominuuication with New York City by telephone, ready to give the world the *-ik uh I that the executionhad takm plate The consul tai ion of physicians did not determine the pro gramme of the autopay. Its details were li ft until the I tat minute la doubt. AA arden Dur-rfnn told Dr. .South with that . ,    .    , wh,,‘ Ken’tiller arna dead he would deter laxly at toiit** win! Cl, to bert(M,«- with the Daly. The wHC*i»n had not announced the time for lite ex ei it Ion lo take plat* bul it wit* the general impression that U was to oc cur is lore Ute prisoners hail hewn let out of I heir «el Dearly In tile morning. Knew Ills End Was Near. I be prix- ner Kemmler was supplied to be in ignorance of the time Axed until the an (leu -bouk! sun un on him from his cell to enter * hi execution chamber. Hut the Ittii. iii ii r •!« r\-r w as not entirely ignorant. He knew from his guard*, that it had be#n the intention to execute him early in the morning of some day In the hand Oao-j:# \ leling. of Albany, on the left. immediately to adjust the •or* « around Return er’s Uxly, the condemned man holding up his armil a » as to give them every Haslet anes, The Pinal (Tsp act tom When the straps had lx*en adjusted to y and ii mist the warder, placed his on kt fumier'* head and held It I , against the rubber cushioo which ran J , dow n Iwck of the chair. Kernmler's eyes I were turned to war I the op podia side of Uie rr, no, [Wore they had Hallowed the warden In his movements about. Then tf.e condemned man in a. Ie one or two re- ' mark* ill a perfectly clear, composed i„;1* I of vole# * well. I w sh ev -rybody goad ] lurk, wilson# of them, and “Durston, see that thin *s a* a1 right.” waa alioth’ •r. I>-i».icg \ ie!in.'unfastened thethnmb* fxhic.i bel I (be figure    at the back of toe rn place aud ie gen to lower it rn, that th# ru».»s-r , up which beld the Maturate.| *p mg • pr,•*.*«! against th* top of Kemmler’* h- ; I Tim vt ird#n aa-•Med In the pm,,;* rat Ion by bolding Kemmler s bead Uh ,, the cup had been adjusted and clamped in place, K- muller •"id: ’ CIK, you’d Retie# pr,„4 down further !    P.e#,    that    down.” Ho !    I1*'*'1 Pbaw w is uueUmpe I ami preseed flirt ber down. While it v I#.,,,! ,|..r»e Kemmler sal t; *‘W.dl, I want to do the be*t I tau. I can*! *io that.” A Bargain. (t hick Walla) Dirge Cellar. ii with Water In Monee an; ti. it-r than Dr. Wetting the Spotty. Kell stepped fortvarl • — the first pa rf of he we, k JkhI Apr,! id ha I ft it front f he I syringe in hi- hand an, Lute that Monday came ti at the penalty j deftly wetted the two si,once - w hich MOUM Iwii.flirtedlent Tuesday or Wednee et the electrode*—on# on top of ami the other at tit# da) mornings. Monday it .wild not Im he* au-e his good friend and adviser. Dr. Houghton, ha*! sot lw**n near him all through Munday an i lie knew well that lf hi* ii*out hail l«een immediately Impend Intr Dr. Houghton woald have been at h.s side. So when Tuesday morning broke and the gray reflected light atole ,|..wn the Lit ie corridor and no summons came, he felt that the last d ty of his life hail iwgtin —that he had twenty four boar* more lo Which to prepare in tis* lr for the here-aft* r. w th a I'm* <iuickly, but were the bend —.    --    ---    boa#    of th# spine. water which he put tm them waa Impregnated with -nit. Dr Spitcka an-,ihrB,1r*r,b.n,«question w Ph a sharp All fifth!, which mm eeh *^1 hr of lit*m about him. “H. ady)’said Dutton again, 1 *    ,k**0    "th**!    bye.” He stepped to the 1 In Depot LOT 60x120. Hm al'ilu.r1ncl‘Kh,M>rh,H><1’ IIandY to MUST BE SOLD. WILLIAM K KMM! KU. alway* a ghastly sight. A lynching bee has about it an attendant excitement nom of hurried, boisterous action, wliich lends an artificial strength to the nerves of par ' ticlpant and on bickers al k#. Hut the Blow solemnity of a public execution; the quiet, forma] pre {Mirations for a judicial I killing, are depressing enough to weaken Hts Last Day on Earth. ii*" spr-nt that last day rqnrh aa he had •pent those Immediately before |t_jn writing on card* and scraps of {taper the monotonous repetition of his name and in talking win, hi, keeper*. Daniel Mc Haughton, ttie keeper, who baa been with him front th# tieginning, and who drat l#*l Ina thoughts in the direction of relig ton, was with him from noon to midnight. Kemmler talked with him sometimes alsMit the Bible stories in which he bas taken auth an interest. “The good Dau- I door, ami through the epeutng said to aome one In lite rn xt r.a»m-i ut to w hum Win probably twier la* krto-. u withier talnty. -Kve.tidttg d" In a I moat Immediate r sp.,-,^. R»d th* m,np i watches I*, the bunds of some of the mth. ness#* reg sterad iHBM. the #|e. tri* current vm tamed on. There « « ,4,^, eortvuDbm of ti..* frame In Ute ritalr, and Kemmler wa* dead. I'roriMnnep't De ut. Dr .McDonald held a «*t*»p watch I-, his I hand. aud aa the aaoonds fl* w bt he note I their passage Dr Spit ska. to**. b***ked at the atojewsu-h, and as (Im- tenth *e*otid expired, be cried cut “rM.-p ** {’he mHr. ?.S? t,,„rlw 1 !'* U ’ «Y on I called out Mop to th*- man at tits lever. A quick | movement of tit# nrtn and Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. lei. aa the murderer ha* Den phased to j current wa* * * ^    ****    '    ■'*r,rlr christen him, waa moved deeply by h a childish chatter. A adon* frlamiship had grown up lettien these two men, in their di»p.«|tk>n* and In their 11ves. So “lite good Daniel" and the c'tide rn nett loan sat and talked iHcastrm the nerves and undermine tim courage of oily «b*'ai religion aud eomctlmm about oninoopiace things until mid Itll) r Chas. J. Degenhart, Third and Pina its. - Alto n. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils - AGENTS FOR TWC— St- Lou ie Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS. Mi' Oak Slows and llanos Black Diamond tad Ashcitoa iLN,rtoR. Buiblin* and Sbeet- uT.r* v rt **’ Mil Si'r*y'in*    NVw    Home Amt H lute Sowiug Machines; $30 tach. Agents for the the brat. *. *kila Warden Durston . oould have found I tx) willing sulmtitutes for any on.- of the twenty seven witnesses which the law had compelled him to call lo, it la rate to say that no one of th# twenty seven found any hilarious enjoy meat in the spectacle WHI N>-V#r Dr forgot tea. It Is im meibtng lo I* stile to say that you have witumaed the Arn clectricid# l»erha{H» that thought repaid many of the I wit ness#* for the endurance of the silent horror of the spectacle. Hut the scene iu that little room, deep-wailed within the Auburn pH*.rn. will lira |n the memories of thus# who saw It sa the fearful de script ion» of /udaa fresh tmrn atmcitim ! haunt the mirxl and apt.eal to the second I j IM*n*«- fog months and even years. Tbs af* I fort to sun*.mid the affair with a halo »rf I tit)story, such as the law contemplated I was not altogether auccaasful. Th# outer I I world did not know the exsct bour which hsd lawn fixed for tit# event, lait It knew th.- tittie apt I ultimately, and the little aa mm bl ag# of loiterers at the gate of the prison before dawn IVslnndtjr morning wa*, grind evidence that the interest in the event was keen and general. Beanie* these curiosity seekers, an active, Sinton* corps .rf newspaper rejx.rters gathered in Ute tmoad road in front of the grounds and waited for the should tell them that the over. inure night arrived, and then the keeper jollied the watchers in the execution room, who were giving the fatsl chair the last touches Des*iptl<Mi of the Death. At 6 > tit# door at the right of the ex# eution chair leading toward the execution prison signal that execution waa leo Meter Fan Warn. —FINK LINE OF— Cames. Belies aoli Sprioe ffagoes Swum B«t HOAD CART <■> u.. Worltl for SIO. ILK. Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III. REDUCTION SALE OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MA DK TO OH DK! <. PERFECT FIT HD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED si Every Nerve Ntrsined. J list ar rosa i ha row* I in the dimly lighted freight room of the New York (Vntral railroatl at little tables itn|)rovised fur the purpose, SHI a lung row of telegraph operators a in from New York by tbs Western , I Ilion Telegraph company, watching for the signs of release un rn dosen ines-ag.-* Bled for different papers in New York and elsewhere rite fingers of the operators I hung trembling over the keys. l h# flr»t click from the sounder meant to the man I at the oth r end of the line that th,* frag ’ ad) had lier ti enacted At cm# end of the Wirier aph desk sat the operator of the I tilted Ureas while the special representative of the Catted Dress who had come p, j »«refuily Ila kcd Auburn rn the invitation of Worden Dor-I Stoa, sat among the jurymen in the little • prison tell, noting the adjustment of the : rtYqp* txiuml the prisoner to the cleo-trte chair and all the preparations which swift ly premed,-d the last act in the cd tv-braird K« uimU-r rase. Meta inter’s Spiritual Advisers. The witnesses of the execution had gathered in fuepOM* to the call of War-i.-n Durston at 6 o'clock in the morning I ii# law named twenty seven aa the n tun bar of those wh*. should witness the execu- I Hon, aa assistants, or in some official ra-poctty. Of these, District Attorney Qhin by ami th# sheriff of Hrla ©cHinty, th# county in tv binh Kemmler wa* convicted I were two The prisoner had been allowed the privilege of selecting two epiritual ad- I viscr* nod Lr b«d c hosen the chaplain of tba prison, Mr. Yates, and Dr. Houghton of th# Kl rat Methodist church, his cou-•tant cc lupaiuou .u his Hflinthm sine** the light of reitgioa first dawuod upon him Th# law* further named aa persons to Ii# iovitecl to the execution by the warden, on# judgt .rf the supreme hooch of Hie ■tat#, twodoc loiw. two elec trical eyiwrts, aud a jury uf I weirs arsons Thew-with the ward* a nnd himaeif and six assistants mod# up th# Hat of twvttly-aevea. th# Muir Appruaches. o'clock Wednesday morning them a rapping at loom dunes and a gen* awakening through " RSA PY KOK Tit* MI OCR. rta»m <*{M-oed and W'anlcn Duratou’s figure ajipeare,! in the doorway. Behind him walk.-d a «pruc»’ hxikiug, broad shouldered little tilitu, full-bearded, with carefully arrange! hair duap rlng around his fore-Il .mI Ile wha drvKxed ti a suit of nsw cl.rfbing. a sack coat and vast of dark gray material, trotis#r* of a mixed yellow pat Pro, a white altin whole polished front ! wa* rip. sci dim My I. |,,M * litto#* how of J lawn of a black ai.u w hite check pattern I I ills w a* ll iiliam Ketumicr, the man who wa* ala ut to undergo th# sentence ut death. Behind hint walked Dr W E H*.' ghrnn and Chaplain Vat#*. Kemm'ev WM* by far Uh- coolest man in the party. J ll# .itll m>t look ab,mf the room with any sp* la! degree of interest. Ile hesitated , a# tin* door wa* elo#*#| tsfhind him and by an attendant cm the • i switched off There was a relaxation of the la#ty in »{»,. rhair—a alight relax Ilion—bu' th# *tr« h#| | jt w» firmly ti,at there w is ii* t * q artar of an inch variation in tt«# p. stoop of any l*rt ‘k* i va ut-*, TIi* qui#* iou.* -rout) around Hie . hair grew bus; less-Hk# l"    calmly. Oh, he sd- .I, • r, ,- .....  iv.    #v,    I,    .n(lM with Ulm conn i i,,    |    t iu |ftt4 dp I .es Se# 0. ail led their IM-q lAc-c it - jq», r,. WO* OO quest inn In lh# mind .rf am but that th# stiff, upright oA<ject Urfnre them wa# lh#lr.* lh- to tim gat Dead. Dr, Hatch was As-ndtn? over th* hod)’ hsdtittg at th* * |. >,.1 mta, bcNltkuiiy he cried out xktfjriyt * McDaiaid, »* that I rapturej.” la a rn- m. nt Lr fetpi *ka and Dr. Mr Don ald It aa iai.i ut cr sud, l.sAiug where Dr It.teh wm- {M.inting at, a little red spot on the hand lh* r. -t. I th# I right arm of th# chair The ie lex finger I ot th# hair I had ruffed Lu ,r t ae the ftexor mtisekw contr *ci.-<l ami h*d > raj.ed a small hoi. m ti . -kin at tim >4i ^ .rf th# thumb on he hawk «rf the hand Tbete I waa nothing etmiige to this alone but whet we* strange wu* that the lilt I# rap-lur# was dropping Mood ’Turn tho cur-I rent on iitstautly. This mutt itfo.t dead,” J cried l»r. PpftxWa. Fee. s grew w hite and I forms fell hack from lh# chair Warden Durston sprang An the dnnrvray and I    Turn on th# c.irrmt.” There aas a rapid ami-on e, hut I quick a*x It Wit*, It was not quick enough to ■nticlpolo th# signs of what may or ; may not lei#* ** en reviving con*, i, A* th# group arf horror stri.k.n wittMUwea •tool hel|i*e«tty by. all eyes fixed on the chair. K minier’s H{m Ii# att to drip spittle, and ;n a moment more hit cheet moved aud fruit his mouth tame a heavy stertorous * and, quickening # ml Increasing with evil, I «■*),,I,OI..ii -if r -j.i rut Iou it win. There was no voice but that of I th# ward. ti trying to the operator lo turn on th# current, and the wheeling *>und. hair grvkxn, whit ti fore d itself JMWt th# tightly closed Ii;, s.und^l through the atli! cham Is r with diatinctn.-H ^RR acknowledged THE simplesf, Most Lasting and Economical - remains— UncVnged through Tears into CD **, ilon*t |M.    gnu,.,. fry tun •ipertoteaigi #Dives OW# -USI    M    lu    ,mr SU Bello Hi. A. J. HOWELL {DEALER IN CARPETS. CDItTAINl. CLOTHS, HOGS, &e. OII, ghastly Our witneaaaa turned aw ap# • Ane of them lay down, ! It taken a h*u*'. I mg tim# Nu Wist ak# Tnt. Tim#. Hum# (rf the w11nesses tor from the -Ight faint and rick. Ut tell the «(.try. It see me* I a long time reaching it climag, In reality there were -     „    , but Bevent va |ltT„ secunda in the Interval other lode a* though he did not kuow ex- I which elapsed bet we a the . iotn#nt when artly what to do,    I the first ,1 issued fr.-m Kcuirnier’a a# ut atter a Last W writ s.    ope until tut response to ti # signal Cline “Git. in* a .hair, will voo^ said tbs I *r*)A» the tlytt «nio Mum I’ ch. ie with the warden Home one quickly banded him •am# x.iol n, timi lot nisi feed the a vt lo , -n t h dr, which he placed in from flr»* “k'- k w a:h passe-i t r .ugh Kemm ands lit U lo the right .rf lh# #t.-. utioo , Mr’n body. I ».# sound ui.nh horri-chair, f mc mg th# ilul# cirel# «*f men. fled lh# ii*-te.».-rs ai»»u? th • 'hair waa cut K. minter sat dona composedly, looked •barplr as the body urn,■ ,,„m■ lucerne sU.tit lulu. and theu up and down with* ^rfbl th# slimy .mix*- *uh dronoed out coy ev i tenor of fear or • rf special in-    fie    mouth and run eluwlv U*re*t in th# event, ills face was ort in three Ii.* a down th* beard amt nato the rtolMl-it woe MI |Ntifferv«t Ii# looked gray vc-1 Tw ice then- rn r. iwitchioge any* Ii ion, m though Ii# w$i rut ht*r !    lr*'!)’ ii* lh * fflert r.<*i i?tw In t ikewedet luring th# center of interest, j oneee tit re a th# cairo ut on «nd n « arden Durston stood st the led of th* I ,lr,,* to la no mistake lh Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considaring Qualifies and Styles** Tdan in DUE AT Biiaiocae any other haute in Alton. EX FEN r of our SALK on a VKUY CLOSE MA Re; IV ognuteri fact that we bnmile hj far Iii con «A( j Hence of ilia we are enabled to do aud it ie a rec- ehair with bi* hand on the back of it and almost a’ th# ti)* ut that Kciumlet took his ti be began to s|»«*ak in short quick j - rii> t» “Now, g* nth Hico," he said, “this is Vt 11 Ham Kemmler. J have warned him that he has got to die. and lf be ba* anything to say h# will say it," A* the w i rd tm ffnwted Kemmler looked up and saki in u high Au*y*i voice, with out euy Im#* I tnt iou aud as though he had nrcpsr# I him . lf with th# *psach, “Walt I wi.h every at,• go si luck In this world] and I (iiick I am goiug to a good placer and th# pa [ten has lawn saying a lot of •tuff that l#..’t so. Thai's all I have u •af.* Knit.ale. oui,, assist ape#, next f There ...    * * * * ut the *    *    ••»■    (iveooh) iu* i tm up ti it# liigliest spar I sui »g# ti nud agata the full current of X.<»X) rolls wa* scot tl.rouah the holy in iht- chair. IN# tstulHf. I lie auto/M) was begun a's. rf it o’clock. It w a* lu rim g# of Dr J* ok ma, of NYw A .irk (whoth lh lied IN# kulfk) Dr Dm wL Mclhmaid aud Ii* ^pll4ka. Dr. Kell j r {Mire I tit# F lood drawu from tbs Isxit f.»r exemmstiou under lite micro sc -|#v I’ was found When the hody was apr. atl nu' ou the laid# that u v#ry severe rig #r mort A# kiwi est Au. Tu#r« wsn little relaxation ami it *,.* with diffi ult# that th-r..r,se. was slraigbtanal out Onex amination it was found that th# second LARUER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANV OTHER HOUSE IN IHE cm ii SIES am now prevailing aha lea. for Spring Hff/u ^wy!?    1 **k ^    *■    tile i    n    *,    Willet    I    a    u    prupafud    Ut Most With th# comitial nu ,rf thesp.#*ch he elertrtsl# had bunted - AT- BRUEGGEMAN BRO . ,    the    hotels    of    _    ______ ,U^' ii* , *r<h“    bed    left    a    I    dis* icwrd th# fact that a lode bed twwa'ciiT qQiet "call for his witnesses, and they from the two*I of tb# trtuis. rn down sum# were ordered to report et the prison at 6 j Ut expose the »Mise of th# spine Win o his turned hi* Its k on *h-jury, u#>k off his aud into th# ti ait al the baw rf (hi* **t,D coat ami hand d it Ie the warden. This making a soar i.uariy five (Successor to A. Brueggeinan*) Artiitlc Tailoring and Gent s Furnishing Goods Emporium 221 I Nasa htreet S, o’clock. Au hour Uf .re their coming Hev Dr. Houghton and Cba|dain Yates ap|w«rtd at the gate of the | WI son and were admitted. After brief cooo.ltation with the warder, they wen* taken down to Kern in I# re cai, where the condemned man was already awake and talking with his keeper. The w.tnes-wa, a* they ar rived, gathered In the Harden'* offim In an inner room Dr McDonald and Dr. Daniel went over the instruments and the Baphernalta for the auto|wy. They had n in conferenoe until 8 o'cloek jirepar cwt wa* .,ff Kerniiller turned iu the dirwc-tion of the door through ahi. Ii he had com# into the in .in H -d Iv^uitii ttnbuG ton bl* Vest. At th# * tm# tim# the warden wa* .Iran tog ti* interfering drapery of hi* slur through til# hid# la the trousers and cutting ii off * , m t0 h* ,*# the little ear face of fie* , a ..tiu*t which one of th# electro (es w,.« to pre** ahaolutely lar# H hen hi* tie was arranged, lienal down in iii# electric altair a*, quietly aa ttiough h# was sitting down to dinner. J Warden Durston stood on the right aud I •pine, inch#* in diam-j afer, lh# heart, lungs ami o ber organ* w#r« taken out anil were found *o b« rn ’ g<xxl healthy condition. They will I*- pre-eelv#d for further examination. The brain was taken out and it too will b# ' carefully vxsiulued.  - t ut to i’o ec* bv a Train. Kl tvr, Mich., Aug.. I, — George Howie, a wealthy fanmr and stock buyer of Klush-iog. was killed on tbs Chi. ago and Uraud Trunk rs ii way, three mile. west of this Any, Tuostajr. He jumped from a nos-•enger train aud was thrown under th# wheels and cut lo plaoea, being mangled our of a I tem bunce of a human being. A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates Complete rook* up is Un OU A KA NTKKiNf J and Satisfaction. H. C. 6. iWoritz. 112 Third st. I WANTED *' ^QMraWBiilg --1 HKH* '    «Nlr^    ct    h„    ^ ;