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 - talked with each other. Albert said to father...
talked with each other. Albert said to father that he should allow me to go with him. Father answered that he did not want to keep house with me before and he couldn't have me now. He then asked me if I would go long and I said I would if they would let me. He paid if I did not go along with the child I could not have it either. He then shot mother, then he shot father, then shot ma. 1 ; ORDER OF THE SIIOOTI.Vfi. Mrs. Arnold upon being questioned as to (-booting taid it had happened so suddenly that she could not remember exactly how it did occur. Mrs. Daub, however, said she wag positive that Daub shot her mother, then her father and then shot her. She lingered during the night, retaining consciousness, uut Dr. W alter said that when be left the bed side at 7 o'clock this morning that there were no hopes aud her diatn was only a matter of Home hours at the longest Dr. Walter said Daub had held the revolver so close to Arnold's.back when be shot him that the powder Hish burned his shirt. Funeral Director Thompson was notified and took charge of the body. WHAT JiECAME OF THE MVBDEKKi: When Daub dashed out of the house after accomplishing his purpose he continued his fl'glit eastward nlong Maple street to Front and proceeded homeward. Upon reaching the farm of Joseph 15ow. man, which adj lins that of his fa^hciV, Daub entered the wagon shed a<\joinint.' the barn on the north, cl'mbt-'t! into Bowman's milk delivery wapm and, pitting on the peat, pressed the pi tol to In- right side and sent a bullet into his liody The powder Hash ignitnl his clothiig and the Hames roasttd his enti.'e riiiht side and arm and burned a large hole in the wagon seat. Constable (ieo.A Hunter called at Daub's home at 3 i.'c' this morning and awakened the family, »hu declared Albert had not returned home from town yet, All detected the oJor of burning clothing and ntadn a tf-arth about the premifee bnt could not find i;t origin. Jsoone thoaghtono^kinL' iuto the coach shed, which stands some distance from the house. Hunter continued his search for tbe murderer elsewheie, while the family congregated in the little home awaiting the result. In all piobibility the odor of burning clothing came from the ehed where the young man lay dean in the wagon slowly roasting. Jt was most fortunate that tbe fire burned it- Eelf out for had it not the. destruction of the shed and barn might have resulted and tho body consumed. Had such been the case Daub's file might have remained unlearned. It wts shortly before fi o'clock this morning that Farmer Bjwman entered the wagon shed to draw out bio milk delivery wagon preparatory to servinst his customprs in this city. As he wa^ about to pull the wagon outside he discovered the form of a man tying on the sect, but in the dim light he cculd not distinguish it. He drew tbe wagon put- side and then made an examination, which showed that it was Daub's bodv, and the fact of self dest/uction was evident by the presence of tiie revolver lying beside it. Bowman 11 once notified Daub's family and the body was removed their home. Bowman cleaned tho wsgon as well as hecouldand then drove this city with the news. All ever his route the burned seat and blood spots in wagon drew eager crowds. of is pix He this held will D.mb growing be niro He case Daub the At wounded

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 27 Apr 1898, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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