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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. FEBRUARY 6 1882.
THE DEATH SENTENCE ,
Guiteaii to be Hanged on the
30th of Juno ,
Upon Being Sentenced the As-
snssin Makes a Wild
But Cools Off When Taken to
Juil nnd Tnkes a Hope-
A Small Pox Incident of the A -
l Awodatcil I'rc > n.
\VA-HIN TOS , February I. .ludgo
Cox this morning decided against the
motion for a now trial for ( iuitcaii
nnd sentenced him to be hanged on
.Juno ; ,0th , 1882.
Court opened nt 10 o'clock.
Ciiiiteau's face had n pinched look.
His eyes showed much loss of sleep
mid his expression absence of con
fidence. Scovillo opened the pro
ceedings by asking more time , as since
adjournment yesterday he had learned
of a bailiff whose allidavit
said that the jury were in their
room the l.'Hh of December , at the
time Snyder testified. The room was
emptv and they found the paper
therein. There was only one bailiff
in charge of the jurors at that ti.no ;
r.lso that he learned that Curtiss ,
when ho was informed of the finding
of the paper in the jury room during
the time ho was absent from his post ,
said that if the fact became known he
would bo compelled to jump the
town. Scovillo urged that all this
ahowod that delay was necessary and
Corkhill protested against any fur
ther postponement baaed upon the al
leged anonymous communications to
Scovillo , as they would make the case
After .ludg o Cox ovorrnlott Mr.
Scoville'a motion far a new trial the
latter moved for a stay of oxecuution.
The courj promptly denied this.
There was a slight demonstration of
applause when Judge Cox concluded ,
but it was promptly suppressed. The
court said ho had ruled out nil relat
ing to Snyder , excrpt what touched
upon his credibility UH a witness. Ho
did not think , however , that the
reference to Snydoriin the jurorHafii-
davits were improper.
"I will now tile a motion for arrest
of judgment , " said Mr. Scovillo , "
handing a document to the court.
The court glanced at the paper , and
said that it contained the same ground
presented in the other papers. This
was overruled and Scovillo took another -
The district attorney then rose , and
asked that sentence bo passed.
Guitcau jumped up excitedly , and
told Corkhill not to bo so fast about
that. Ho said : ' 'I ' desire to ask your
honor on my own behalf if there is
anything further to bo done to pre
serve iny rights in the court in bune.
i ,1 , expect two or throe of the beat lawyers -
/ yors in the country to represent mo
A ' there , but I " want the record perfectly
Btraisht. " . _ _ _ _ . _ ,
-'eACoption sliull bo ro-j
d , r replied the court.
"How much time have I to prepare
exceptions ? " asked Guitoau.
"Never mind , " said Mr. Sroville ,
impatiently , "Wo haven't got to that
After a brief colloquy it was agreed
Hliat Mr. Scovillo should have until
March 1st to prepare for the court in
"Wo may want six weeks , " cried
"Ho still , "said his counsel , sternly.
"I will not bo still , " was the nngry
response. "lam going to talk as well
us you. I am not going to leave tins
matter to you. You convicted me by
your nssinino stupidity and jackass
theory. You seem to have no BOIIHO
y und I don't want my cnso prejudiced
* f ugain , and you had better keep still. "
The prisoner said all this bawling at
the top of his voice and pounding
the table with his clenched fist.
* "You had hotter "
kccpatill , ronion-
titrated a bailill' .
"You shut up , " cried Guitoau , turn
ing around savagely. "I will not bo
still for you or any body else , sir. "
In answer to a question by the pris
oner the court aaid : "The sentence
is passed and the cxoiition deferred
until the court in bane has considered
the case. "
Guitcau did not seem to like this
arrangement. Ho wanted the pass
ing of sentence deferred. Ho jump
ed up wildly when Mr. Scovillo es
sayed to address the court and shout
ed : "You keep your mouth shut. I
do not intend to let you do anything
else in this case. You convicted mo
by your asainmu conduct und foolishness -
ness hero. " His fnco became purple
with rage and ho Hung hia arms wild
ly around , banging his fist down vig
orously upon the table. Ho contin-
cd : "You canto into the case and
have done all tint mischief , Your
intention may have boon good , but I
want brain and experience , not' in
tention. Lot mo alone and I will
pull through. You , air , " shouting
at the ton of his voice , "got mo into
this trouble. " [ laughter , ]
Mr. Scovillo bore this tirade pa
tiently. The bailiffs put the prisoner
forcibly into his seat. Ho tried to
atriko Tully but was overpowered
The audience roue to BOO what was
going on. The few ladies presou
turned pale and the court crier shout
od.for order. It was several minutes
before the infuriated murderer was
"Tho duly now devolves on mo , '
fi&id the district attorney , solemnly
"to ask the court to pass sentence , "
"I want your honor to defer tlm
its long as you can , " shouted the prisoner
onor in a terrified tone.
"Stand up , " said Judgu Cox.
Guitoau would not stand up , bu
insisted on haying the pronouncing o
the sentence' delayed , Ifo was finally
lifted to his feet by the bailiffs , onoo
whom stood on either aide of him am
held him standing.
"Havo you anything to nay , " asked
the court , "why aontonco uhould not
be pronounced ?
"I am not guilty of the charge set
forth in the indictment , " cried Gui
teau , struggling to got hia anna frco.
His guard * Kept a firm hold on him ,
but he managed at last to frco Ins
riuht nnn and employed it in hisusuix
stylo. He continued wildly : "Tin
was God's net , net mine , nnd God wil
tnko care of 1110. Every oflicor , every
lawyer and every one engaged in in ;
prosecution will bo cursed by th
lyord for their conduct towards mo
This nation will roll in blood if m ;
body goes into the ground. The mill
of the Rods grind alow hut they grim
sure. Christ wan cruciUcd but Oo <
did not forgot it. The destruction o
Jonmk-ni forty years afterward
showed that God got oven with then
and ho will not oven with Corkhill am
the othorB that prosecuted me.
have no fear ot death. I am God'
man and ho will taku caroof mo. "
When Guitcau paused the court
speaking slowly and solemnly , said
"You have boon convicted of a crime
BO terrible in circumstances that it lias
drawn upon you the horror of the
whole world , and the execrations o
your countrymen. The excitement
produced by sunh an offense inatlo il
no easy task to secure for you n fair
and impartial trial , hut you have had
the power of the United States treas
ury and of the government at your
service to protect your person from
violence and to procure evidence from
all parts of the country. You hnvo
had n fair and as impartial u jury iw
over assembled in 11 court of justice.
You liavo bueu defended by counsel
with a y.oal and n devotion which
merit the highest encomium , and I
have certainly done my best to secure
a fair presentation of your defense.
Notwithstanding all this you have been
Found guilt ) ' . It would have boon
comfort to many people if the verdict
of the jury had established the fact
that your act was that of an irrespon
sible man. It would have left the
people the natisfying belief that
the crime of political as
sassination was something en
tirely foreign to the institutions
and civilization ofnr / country , but
.ho result lias denied them that
comfort and the country will accept as
a fact that tliu crime can bo committed
uul the court must deal with it by
mposing tlio highest penalty known
o a criminal court to serve as a wani
ng to others. Your cose ( nut been so
extraordinary that people might well
at times doubt your sanity , but one
cannot but believe that when the
crime was committed you thoroughly
understood its nature and consn-
"I was acting us God's man , " cried
, ho prisoner , "nothing but good came
'rom the act. "
"And that you had moral sense , "
continued the court , "and conscience
enough to recognize the moral iniquity
) f such an act.1'
"That's a matter of opinion , " inter
rupted Guitcau ,
"Your own testimony , " resumed
fudge Cox , "shows that you recoiled
vith horror from the idea. You nay
hat you prayed against it. You
liought that it might be prevented.
'hia shown that , your conscience
warned you against it. Hut in the
wretched sophistry of your own mind
you worked yourself up against this
ilain protest of your conscience.
What motive could have induced you
0 do this act must bo u
uatUr of conjecture. Probably
men will think there was
loino political fanaticism , or that mor-
> id desire for oxaltatSoi was the / ] J
nspiration of the y&ryCar'ovm
estiin.qny noomais \ contradict some of
10 theories of"your counsel. They
iavo maintained and thought honestly
hat you was druwn against your will
> y some divine impulse to this act ,
nit your own testimony showed that
'on deliberately resolved to do it ,
nid that your own deliberate , mis-
; uidod wit was the sole impulse.
That may seem insanity to Homo per
sons , but the law looks upon it as a
villful crime. You will have an yp-
wrtunity of having any error J may
nxvo comimlto < llurina the course of
tour trial passed upon by thi > court in
) iuic. Hut moauwliilo it is necessary
'or mo to pronounce the sentence of
ho law , and it is that you bo taken
lence to the common jail of the Dis-
.rict , from which you came , and there
: o bo kept in conlinemont , and thaton
Friday , the JtOth day of Juno , A. D.
1882. you bo taken to the place pro-
larod for execution within the walls
> f said jail , and there , between the
loura of 115 meridian and 2 past
meridian , you be hanged by the neck
until you are dead , and may the Lord
liavo meicy on your soul. "
"And may the Lord have mercy
on yours , " shouted Guiteaii , "and ho
liad bettor have mercy on your soul ,
Mr. Judge , to this jury , and to every
man engaged in my prosecution. I
urn not afraid to die.1'
Aa Guiteau was evidently ubout to
branch out in another tirade of abugo
and blasphemy the guards tried to
force him into his seat. llo struck
atTulloy again with hia list , und
there was another scene of wild con
fusion. "I won't sit down till 1 am
ready , " ho bawled. "I know where
1 stand on this business. I nm hero
as God's man , and God Almighty will
curse you all. "
The bailiffs tried to tug liim into his
chair , but ho turned upon thorn like a
wild boast at bay , life was finally
seated , but could not bo kept nuiet ,
"Nothing but good , " ho exclaimed ,
"caiiio from General Garfleld's remo
val. Everybody is happy lioro except
a few cranks. "
Mr. Scovillo took exceptions to the
judgment and sentence of the court.
The assassin broke out again : " 1
would rather a thousand times bo in
my position than in the position ol
these devils who are hounding mo to
death , and I shall have n quick Ilighi
to glory , and I am not afraid
to o. Hut that man Corkhill
is afraid. There will bo no lot-ii |
on Corkhill and the other scoundrels
They will have a permanent job dowi
below , but 1 shall go to glory. When
ever the Lord wants mo to go , I wil
go. J shall probably bo hero u goo <
many years yet and go to the white
house before I go to glory. [ Laugh
ter.J And don't ' you forget it , ye
devils , " snarling und shukiiiK his ( is
at the prosecuting counsel , "tho Lori
will pull mo through. 800 if lie don't
with the help of two or three of tin
beat lawyers in the country , and al
the men and all the devils in hull cai
not harm mo. "
Gui twin was ijuiot and composm
when ho reached the jail after the nil
journinont of court , Ho remarked
the weather was bad und that the ex
troine care the government was taking
of him kent his feet dry on a etornr
day like tlila. To a reporter ho do
clurod that he was not surprised a
the action of the court. " 1 did no
expect Judge Cox would ( ( runt mo anew
" said. "I did not think
now trial , ho . ,
though , that lie would sentence me
right off. 1 thought he would postpone -
pone it for thirty days. "
"Your hope is now in the court in
bniic ? "
"Vos , I Imvo no doubt but Hint
they will hold this court hns no jur
iidictiou nnd that this case cannot be
tried hero. "
"Then dn you expect to bo tried in
Now Jersey/ / "
"Oh , no. I can't bo tried in Now
Jersey. It would be unconstitutional
to twice jeopardize my life. Corkhill
tjicd to put the case on"on the Now
Jersey people and when they wouldn I
have it , they went ahead here. That t.
where wo got them. Wo did net
raise the question of jurisdiction until
lullin the case because wo wanted to
shut off the New .Jersey people. If
they nttempt to try me 1 will take
the case to the supreme court and they
will lot me go. "
"What do you think will be the
course of proceedings ! "
' The case will go up to the court
in bane and be argued in May , I
suppose , and decided by the 1st of
June. I expect two eminent lawyers ,
and will bo all right yet. "
While opening the prisoner's mail
this afternoon Deputy Warden Russ
came across a letter from Marietta ,
111. , which contained the following
message : "Here I send you some
small pox. Tt is worse than the sen
tence of .Judge Cox. Hub yourself
with the seub and it will surely stop
your gab. " In the cenore of the
sheet was pasted something that look
ed like a little black wafer. The let
ter was burned.
"I don't know but people think
these letters tro right to Guitcau , "
Biiid the wardon. "His letters have
to pasa through the inspection of
oflicors , and If there is any small pox
virus in them , it might spread
through the jail. "
Four other letters said to rontain
small pox were found in the mail from
central Iowa , Chicago , .St. Louis , and
one from Los Animas , N. M. The
letters wore all anonymous. One let
ter , supposed to bo infected , was re
ceived from Stoubon county , N. Y.
Both Scovillo and Guitcau have been
vaccinated since , the "crank" fever
has taken this form.
WASHINGTON , February fi. Very
few people went out to the jail to
day. Guiteau was morose and did
not euro to see visitors. His guards
say ho tossed ubout uneasily in bed
last night. His con fi ( Unit manner is
leaping him , and his appetite failing.
His fellow prisoners are speculating
as to which of their number shall
have the proud distinction of pulling
the fatal ropo. Several have impor
tuned tho.ollicials to allo v them to
take an active part in the execution.
Scovillo leaves for New York to
night to attend to some private busi
ness. From there ho goes to Chica
go. Ho will return here in a fort
night to prepare for proceedings in
the court in bane.
John W. Guitcau returns to IJoston
early this week. - "
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Mrs. Wallace , Iluffalo , N' . Y , writes : ' -I have
used Iturdock lilood Hitters for nervous and bil
ious hcadachox , and cnn recommend It to anjono
re < iulrinx a cure for bllllousncsa. "
Mrs. Ira Mullnolland , Albanj' , N. Y , writes :
'For several joars I have sulTcrcd from oft-recur-
rini ; billions headaches , dj-npcpala , and coin-
ilalntH peculiar to my BOX. Since using jour
Burdock Illood Hitters I am entirely relieved. "
Price , 91.00 pei Bottle ; Trial Bottles 10 Ctt
FOSTEU , MILBURN , & Co , .Props . ,
BUFFALO , N. Y.
Sold at wholesale bj Ish & McMahon and C. F.
Jooilnmn. _ _ Jo 27 cod-me
Tills ( treat iptclflc cures th-U most loathsome
'Wliotlior io its Prliunry , SocoiiJary
or Tertiary Stage-
Hcmovcs all traces of Vcrcury Irom the sjs
teui , Cures Saoila , OI.l boiei , Uhcunia-
tlsm , l > rcnia(7aurrh ( or anj
Curoa Wlion Hot Sprluc Fail !
Malicrn , Ark. , May 2 , IbSl
Wo have casen in our tonri who lived at Hot
Springs and were dually cured with S. S. S.
McGAMVIO.N & MUKRY
Memphis , Menu. , May 12 , 1SS1
Wo hnvo fold 1,210 bet lea of S.S. 8. in a year.
It has given universal satisfaction. l-air jnlniled
phjalcians now recommend it as a positive
spcctllc. S. MANSMVLD & Co.
Louisville , Ky , , May 13.1881.
S , S. 3. has given better sat ! faction than any
mcdlcino I hnioover sold J. A. FiitXNitn.
Uonvei , Col. May 2 , 1881.
Kvery purcha cr .piaka In the highest terms
of S. S.S. L.
Hlchninnd. Ya. . May 11,1881.
You can refer anjboiiv tons in ruirard to the
nerltH of S. S. S. Polk , Miller & Co.
'la o never known S S.S to fall to cure u cose
f Syphilis , when properly taken.
II. L. Dcm.aril. ) , r , .
The aljoi o slKiiera aroKuiitleinnn of hlKh stand-
UK A II UOLQUITT ,
Governor otOcorcl' ' .
IF YOI' WISH WKV M.TAKE YtUHSK CA
TO UK PAID FOIl W11KN CUIIKD.
Write for particulars nnd ooiiy of little
book 'MuBWvu'o to the Unfortunato. '
81.0OO Rnward will bo paid to any
( .hemibt who will llnd , on anaijsls 100 bottles
H S. 8. , onu jiartlelBof Mercury Iodide Potas
sium or any Mineral substance.
SW1HT SPECIFIC CO. Props.
Atlanta , Cla.
Price o' regular izo reduced to SI 75 per i ot
tlo Small < ze , holdliiflull thu quantity , price ,
sold by KINNAUI > & co. ,
and Druwlsts inerallj
i. S T. JACKSON FLANiDR !
( A Graduatu fioin the lnl\rielt\ Pcnim > l-
\.ini.i at I'hllaiiolphlaof the
Clas ] of 1S4H. )
enilira hit i > refer loiml fcriUcHtotlio citizens
of Ointhit anJ all others ncoillnt , ' the Hamu , pro-
illcalin ) , ' his claim thorefor from 40 jvars' ex-
rlrnco , * UtM \eirx ol uhlih thno ho spent in
uth Aineruu , lioin ulilili countrj he lianjuet
ruturni'd , liulnln ; uhl'ttt ' In the pro\inecH many
reimdl- for \arlotin illi'aMM coininon to this
country frnm the native ! ) of the Ban e.
The Doctor inaki'n n specUH.v of all Chronic
ltiukOH , p.uticnUril > thofoolfcmalcH. llumay
! found at hit rooms at the I'lantcra' House ,
inrner of Oed u und Sixteenth Si reels.
n'itc'Oil\\Mno ) uodlw *
The Great English Remedy
Never falls to emu
Nervous Debilltj , V | .
iul i\liaiistlori : , Kmls
dons. Seminal Woak-
.iesv .LOST MANHOOD -
HOOD , and all the
evil effects of jouttv
| ( ul follies and e.\i-ea
' * . It stops pcmm
nently all weakening ,
jinvoluntary loss sand
drains upon the ajs
tein , the Inevitable re
* " " " " ult ol thcso il
"J ; ev prac
tices , which ure o destructive to mind and bodj
and iVako Mo miserable , oltcn leading to In.ani-
iy and death It alrenitheiis thu NervesDrain ,
( memor ) ( Hloo.1 , Muscles , PU'ustlvo and Itcpro-
ductUc Uri-in , It restores to all the organic
Ittnctl'-ns their former > lror and vltillt ) , ma-
Inir life cheerful and cnjojable , Price , gJ a
bottle , or four times ue iiuamit ) jlO. Sent bj
exproM , u-eure from obn rutlon , to anv address ,
on rtHclptof I'rk-e. No , t O D. sent , except
on retcipt of $1 as a cuaratec. . Letters re-
quettlni ; answers mtut jnvloso stamp.
Dr. Mintie'a Dandelion Pilla
are the beet and ihe.MH.--t djaix-pila and btllloui
cure in the nurkef. Sold bj id ) drusil ts. Prl
DR. MIMIK'S KlUMtv IlrvKUv , OrrnKTici M ,
Cure * all Ulndot Kldtiv ) and bladdercomplalntc ,
conorrbea , ulcct and leucorreca. For tale i } all
II MEDICAL 1NSTITUTK.
HSOIheSt , bt. I.onU , Mo.
FAST TIME !
In folng Kast take the
Trains Icive Oinalu 8 : < 0 p. m and 7:10 : a. m
For full Information CAllon II. I'.UUKL. TltVet
Aitwit , Uth and Karnhuu 8U J , HtLL , U. P.
lt Wy Ik-pot , or at JAMES T CLAllh , Oentr
, Omaha. Jallmte tf
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS
ARLINQTON , J. 0. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Neb
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. STELLINIUS , Mllford , Neb.
WOODS HOUSE , W. P.ELLIS , Oiceoln , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , 8trom lurj5 , No. .
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loultvlllo
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE- , J. Q. MEAD , Nellgh , Neb
GRAND CENTRAL e. . SEYMOUR , Nebraska Clty.'No
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , WceplngWater.Neb-
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. CAARPER , Hardy , Neb. '
GREENWOOD HOUSE , O. W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb
HAMMOND HOUSE , JOHN HAMMOND , Columbui , Nob.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LCVELL , Atlclnion , Neb ,
MORQAN HOUSE , E. L. GRUBB , Guide Recd , Neb.
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Crcston , la ,
JUDKIN8 HOUSE , JUDKINS & DRO , , Red Oak , la.
HOUSTON HOUSE , CEO. CALPH , Extra , la.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , C. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , In ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , S. BURGESS , Ncola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl B.WILLIAMS , Harlan , In ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. CUMMINGS , Corning , la ,
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J , L. AVERY , Stnnton , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllscn , la.
PARK HOUSE , W. J. OARVIN , Corning , la ,
JUDKINS.HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvcrn , In.
MERCHANTS' HOTEL , W , I. BOULWARC , Pacific Junction , la. .
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Idn Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , In
M. & M. PEAVY ,
1309 Farnham Street.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DEALER N
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb. rni-4-me
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha ,
Manufacturing Company , \
-MAKERS OF THE-
Finest Silver Plated Spoons and fork
The only and Uioiial plate that
original firm of
is giving for instance
R o j o r s Bros.
stance a single
All ou > Spoons ,
Forks and plated Spoon a
Knives . plated triple thickness
with the greatest
plate only on
of cuo. Each
the s e c t i o
lot huing hung
on a scale while whore expo d
being plated , tc to wear , thereby
insuru a full du
making n single
posit of silver or
thorn.We wear as long 'as
We would call
a triple plated
Rival. Oriout Tlooedi
All Orders In th ( West should be Addressed to
A. B. HUBERMANN
Wholesale Jeweler ,
OMAHA , . . . . . NEB.
Practical Sausage Manufacturer ,
ORDERS OF ALL KINDS FILLED PROMPTLY FOR ALL
VARIETIES OF SAUSAGES ,
Family orders attended to with despatch , and every
thing promised satisfactory , I invite a call at
No. 210 South Tenth Street.
'POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH AND. SCHOOL BELLS
A. L , SRANG , 205 Farnham St. , Omaha
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