Herriott and Dodson's death part 2

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Herriott and Dodson's death part 2 - I Oa- a Ga-zette a to Dod- of to of tress,...
I Oa- a Ga-zette a to Dod- of to of tress, after which h aent-for aent-for aent-for aVdoefcr. Mr. FaWler pat camphor. 4 hia nostrils hi. UmpleWiia conaidrebiy and aked to be ..seat t o Ma family, , He waa not insensible whea tha train left. - , ,, J-'-.r-":'- J-'-.r-":'- J-'-.r-":'- J-'-.r-":'- J-'-.r-":'- J-'-.r-":'- J-'-.r-":'- JCDOB 8. SU AXXJEV'a rSATEifBST . . The judge was sitting ia tha car, wait ing for the train to start, whea he heard a pis'olj shot, and saw Dodson come la si the rear door. Judge Allen stepped past him and closed the door, to prevent prevent more shots being fired irrfo the ear. Mr. AlleA went oat on the platform and saw some one behind some ; barrels or hogsheads, and, whea he was seen tbe person,; whoever it was, dodged' out of. eight, 1 He don't know whether the man he saw bad anything f di with thej ahooting or not. .. Both; Judge Allen and Judge Ynnley were at Dover when HerriiU was killed. They were engaged ia the contested election election ease of Fowler va. D dsoa ; Allen as connsel for Dodaoi, and, Yoaley for Fowler. Tbe case waa dismissed from court, for want of jurisdiction la tbe county court to try it. ' . TV St6eT AYS TOLD BT JTTDGE YOSLET. At about half past fonr o'clock Thurs day morning, he waa sitting in tbe car, whea he heard' the report of a pistol, which at the time he thought was tbe noise made by closing the furnace door ia the ' locomotive. Immediately after the shot waa fired h aaw Ddaon come staggering Into the) car, groaning in agony. ' He got np arid placed! him ia his eat, Where be was carried out ia a fainting condition, and taken to Mr. Perry' sore, where he revived somewhat, somewhat, and made a few incoherent remarks. When he came iato the ear he asked for his pistols, which were given to him. He bad no blood oa him, bnt bledtiaternslly. He. was shot ia bis left side, near tbe low er rib-, rib-, rib-, the ball passing around his bodyt and coming ont ef his right breast. After the ball came oat, it proceeded at a aharp angle,: and made a deep indention ia the post of the ear. No one was teen to fire the abot, and n attempt was made to ar rest any one. Shortly after this the train moved off, and Dodson was left at Perry, at which time he waa sensible, having re vived. THB EXCTTBaTEKT f Over the reception of this new yesterday morning was very great throughout the city. It was the general subject of con veasation. Quite a number of spectators were present daring the discussion of the matter by the senate, and tha most in tense interest manifested. - & a

Clipped from Daily Arkansas Gazette21 Feb 1873, FriPage 4

Daily Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas)21 Feb 1873, FriPage 4
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