wochner arrest info 17 apr 1882

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After a lull lu the storm of crime, once more tbe Panta-oka Panta-oka Panta-oka pii has to record a death from violence, that will probably result In the arrest of one or more well-known well-known well-known persons upon the charge of homicide. About half pint twelve this morning- morning- o Fan- Fan- taokai'II reporter lciiinid that lrs. 1'atK ci U-e U-e U-e Smith bad Jurt come from the leittn-!icd leittn-!icd leittn-!icd of a young man named Michael I.ycch, who had been Injured lu a somewhat mysterious manner on SntunUy ulgbt, nt some gathering which be had attended. The reporter at once brought the matter to the notice of the poili e, and they, summoning the sherlff-for sherlff-for sherlff-for the affray seemed to have occurred outside Ihe jurisdiction of I lie polico-at polico-at polico-at once began au Investigation. In I short tlinethe Pasta- Pasta- okai'H was In po-sesslon po-sesslon po-sesslon of uie following facts. Lynch was a blacksmith for a month past resident of Dloomingtnn. He was aged twenty three; caine here a few weeks ago fiom Canada, and made bis home with bis uncle, Mr. Patiick Lynch, an old resident of llloonilrgton. He bad for some time been working iu the blacksmith shop of Mr .Jeff. Burk. On Saturday tilgbt there was a house- house- warming, or some kind of a jubilee of that escriplion, at a house on South Main Btrert( just outside of the city limits. At this enter aimiient thern assembled a large number of the youth of South Hill and other parts of he city, slid from It Michael Lynch was brought borne stunned and senseU-ss, senseU-ss, senseU-ss, suffering suffering from a blow on tlie bead. Though tbe Injury was severe, bis relatives, not fearing any serious termination, did not spread the to keep the affair from the public. Yester day afternoon, however, he began to sink, and shout 11:IU) last nlgbt died from omens n of the brain aud probably hemorrhage resulting from the blow. Though the hour was late, the reporter Wenil-llng wife, I, I In hlm, fun-cral utcs . ' bash him less tlfty dav. i birth on timt ..w.-rt will aud more as a but Michael who bad been a by Mr. bis and these estate and would sironer has a agricultural West, news abroad, hoping I,t wanted which a time extent some ucceeded In liarniugsoinethingof the inside history of the silray Patrick Lynch the tQ uneie com an before of the dead man, related to a policeman the story as told him by his dying nephew. The injured man hud said that a row bad oc curred outside the house, in which he was struck ou tho bead with a champagne bottle. From other sources came tlie information that tbe fatal blow bud been struck by a young and very well-known well-known well-known man named Frank AVocbner, son of Mr. F. X. Wochner, the much-respected much-respected much-respected brewer aud old citizen. This story was told by tbe cousin of the dead man, who further said Mike Lynch struck Wochner's horse that was tied outside the door, whereupon Wochner Wochner said that whoever struck his horse struck him. Words followed In which, as tbe story goes, the blow was struck with the bottle, and the party dispersed. I.ATKR. About 1:U0 this morning, Ofllcer Louis Ling, of the police force, having made as full an investigation as was possible, proceeded proceeded to the home of Mr. F. X. Wochner, adjacent to the brewery, and there arrested Frank Wochner, and took him to the city prison. Wocbuer stoutly denied having; struck tbe blow, asserting that, if he bad any such ultercatlon as that with which he is charged, he knew nothing of It. Frank Wochner Is aged about twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five years, and has lived here all his life. Al. .though a little wild and frolicsome In bis ways, be has a good reputation among all with whom he associated. He is especially noted for good temper and amiability. He has heretofore never been mixed up In any fights or brawls of any kind. His predicament predicament Is certainly a most unenviable one, and one from which we hope be may be fully able to exculpate himself. of the full The to and fruit. lug buds. The the sau-guine vines find many are it Is back "bleeding" vines then and fruits. ries, t.hnv advice of vines. hove I more The Almighty's Electric Light. The most enchanting and magnificent died yester-day Cur-lock, friends in a bright midst. old Charles Elmer Smith, interred

Clipped from The Pantagraph17 Apr 1882, MonPage 4

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)17 Apr 1882, MonPage 4
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