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I IPRISON
PRISON PRA ON REFORM REFORMThe REFOR I II I II
I The Effect of My Reply to the theBoard thej theBoard I
i j Board of Pardons PardonsGIVEN PardonG
GIVEN G I V E N UP U PAS AS LOST LOSTvBy L LOSTtifly 0 ST STI
I vBy Dr Both Friends and ° Hnemlon nemlc for forV fo fot forAasalling
t V AwsallliiR the Board Rejoicings UIJOIohmgsAmong RejoicingsAmonis RqjoiolnU8AmonlfIy
Among AmonlfIy My Enemies s and the Dis Dismay Dl Dlma Diamay ¬
may may ma of My Iy y lloiatlvca and Friends FriendsHrw FJlcmlrV Friends1rW
Hrw rV T Rowles the Prison P IOo Phyal Phyalclan Physlclnn Physiclan
clan and His Unparalleled Treaoh Treaohr l eaeh eaehA eaober1ul1
A r cry a er1ul1 y = anal InuratltudeAI6 Ingratitude Also a Slight SllRhtBflference Slighti SlightInference
i Bflference ri Inference ference to Guard Hester Jle ter and andjDeputy nndI andpeputy
jDeputy pelmty Staekhonse StaekhonsePART Stajkbo StaokhoueoPART e ePART
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PART II IITHIRTYFOURTH IITUlRTFOJRTH It ItTIIRTVPOURTH
THIRTYFOURTH PAPER PAPERThe PAPERThe PAPERThe
The Columbus Columbuspres press hailed with fiendish fiendishglee fien4ls11Jlee fiendishglee
glee the appearance nppear nce of Wy reply to Koons Koonsand KoonsaDd Ioonsand
and his colleagues col1en2u a of the Board of Pardons PardonsWith lardonsWith pardonsWith
With a unanimity of o ferocious joy the thereply thereply thereply
reply was characterized as settling Elbolt El Elliott Elliott ¬
liott for life It No board and no governor governorwould governorwould governorwould
would would ever consider the case of a convict convictwho convictwho convictwho
who who had thus impude impudently tly issued such a agross agross agross
gross and indecent attackupon the honor honorable llonorable honorable ¬
able State Board Board of Pardons My 1Iyenemies 1Iyenemieswere enemies enemieswere enemieswere
were delighted beyond expression as the thematter theI thenatter
I matter of the reply confirmed their asier asiertions aSiertions assertions
tions that I was a man of imperious imperioustemper inlperioustemper imperioustemper
temper whom neither imprisonment nor norloss norloss
loss of family and property could teach Uachprud teachprudene teschprudene
prud prudene ne restraint or modification modlfic tloB to and andthe andthe andthe
the penitentiary was wa the proper place for forsuch Corsuch forsuch
such an ungovernable and dangerous individual indi individual individual ¬
vidual vidualMy viduallily vidualMy
My friends were amazed amasedand and my nl relativeswere relatives relativeswere relativeswere
were heartbroken as they too fell into the thenatural tbenatural thenatural
natural error that neither Board Boa rd of Pardon Pardonnot Parc1olt1lnOi Pardonnot
not Governor would consider any further furtherpetitions furtherpethiool furtherpetitions
petitions for clemency in my behalf To Tomy Tomy Tomy
my enemies I replied that my friends and andnot andnot andnot
not myself were seeking clemency in my mycase lilYI mycase1
I case caseI I asked none but demanded justice justiceIf
If justice were denied I scorned mercy and andcould andcould andcould
could die as I had lived hvedFRER FREB in that spirit spiritno spiritno
no shackles nor torture could either bend bendor bendor bendor
or break breakI
I pointed out to friends and relatives that thatit thatit thatIt
it was more desirable to vindicate my char character cbara charaster
aster a ter for the sake of those who bore my myname mynamewife mynamewife
name namewife wife children and relatives relativesthan relativesthantllat than thanthat
that I should be restored re tored to liberty with withthe witht withthe
t the brand this vile cur Koons Koonsor or rather ratherthose ratberthose ratherthose
those who inspifed nsplfe his infamous libels libelssought libelssought libelssought
sought to place upon me I might die in inprison inprison inprison
prison but my memory and motives would wouldofficially wouldofficiaUy wouldofficially
officially remain in the archives of the theBoard tbeDoard theBoard
Board of Pardons as the justification of the theerime thecrime therime
crime for which 1 perished This was wasdearer wasdearer wasdearer
dearer to me than life liberty wife family familyand familyand familyand
and kindred Besides itwas for their dear deartakes dearsakes dearsakes
sakes that I IlIad had deliberately thrown away awaymy awaymy awaymy
my last chance for liberty and if they loved lovedme lovedme lovedme
me they tbe would rise equal to the mutual mutualsacrifice mutuasacrifice mutualsacrifice
sacrifice If neither governors nor pardoning pardoningpowers pardoningpowers pardoningpowers
powers could appreciate our motives we wemust wemust wemust
must simply await their recognition where whereneither wllereneither whereneither
neither rank nor official position secures securesadvantages securesI
I advantages adva aarea or favors for those who have havesinned haveII have14F
II sinned against their God and calumniated calumniatedthe
the UI e fallen fallenThe CaUenIlie fallenThe
i The prison physician plly iclan Dr W T Rowles Rowleswas Rowleswas Rowleswas
was ordered to examine my eyesight and andcertify andcertify andcertify
certify its it condition to the Board of Pardons Pardonswhich Pardonswldch Pardonswhich
which had rejected my application or the theapplication theapI theapplication
application apI > tication filed by my relatives This Thisman Thisman Thisman
man Rowles came to Columbus as a tramp trampblacksmith trampblacksmith trampblacksmith
blacksmith from Belairc in Belmont Belmontcounty Belmontcounty Belmontcounty
county He was ambitious and studying studyingmedicine studyingmedicine studyingmedicine
medicine in his leisure hours he in time timegraduated timegrnduated timegraduated
graduated as a physician Hl9 boarding boardingmistress boardingmistress boardingmistress
mistress an old Irish woman helped him himfinancially blnlfinainial1y himfinaiteially
financially and to liquidate the indebted indebtedHiss indebtedI1 indebtedntae
Hiss I1 SS he married herdaughter Some Som time timeafter timeafter timeafter
after he began the practice of medicine he hewas 11eI
I was caught in an abortion case by my then thencity thenI thencity
I city editor A d c Osborn who wrote up the thematter themlltter thematter
matter I modified the proof sheets con considerably consi eonsiderably ¬
si siderably erably and excited Osborns suspicion suspicionfor
for having done so Dr Rowles called calledafter cnlledI
I I after the publication and besought me with withtears withtears withtears
tears in his eyes eyes to save him an the publi publication publication publication ¬
cation had practically ruined him in Colum ColumMS ColumIJ Commkss
IJ kss MS H HI He was wa a young physician starting in int int into
to t Brattice rlt ractice ce had been an honest toiler had hadlOiiiied badQ hadnm
Q lOiiiied c ell d an Irish girl and he WM etnbold etnboldinc4 embotdn emboldnd
inc4 nd n d to appeal to me by the character I had hadin badin hadin
in the community of helping the struggling strugglingand atrunltngand strugglingand
and championing the weak Give him but buta
a chance cba ee and he would be grateful all his hislife bisUf hislife
I life Uf Asked specifically what could be done donefor doneCor donefor
for him he suggested that I deny the truth truthof truthi truthof
i of the article in some way or throw doubt doublon daub daubI doubton
on it and that he would then be enabled to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
I continue in the practice of hi his profession professionI
I finally relented and took the doctor at his hisword hiaword hisword
word I fixed up an article which was waspublished waspubllsbed waspublished
published the next Sunday and which he hethanked hethanke liethanked
thanked thanke me for almost on his knees I Itook Itook Itook
took a fancy to tolthn him and secured him not notonly notonly notonly
only patients but many dollars for post postmortems postmortem postmortems
mortems etc as the coroner who was not nota notpllysfciau nota
a physician was my personal friend and I Iinduced IInduced Iinduced
induced him to employ Dr Rowles in inevery inevery inr inevery
+ every case of post mortem mortemNow mortemNow mortemNow
r Now this man Rowles was as stated the thebead thebead thebead
bead physician of the prison and during duringhis duringhb duringhis
his four years as such he never did me a afriendly afriendly afriendly
friendly act nor in apy manner manifested manifestedthe manifestedtbe manifestedthe
the gratitude which he promised would last lastthrough lastthrough lastthrough
through life I was not particularly disap disappointed dlsappointed disappointed ¬
pointed however as I had little occasion occasionto
to solicit any service at his hands That he hecould hecoutd hecould
could have helped me in many ways as asprison asprison asprison
prison physician J felt and knew that he hedid hedid hedid
did not I passed over simply as one enemore enemoreor more moreor moreor
or additional evidence of the ingratitude of ofthat oCthat ofthat
that type of human nature which I had by bythis bythis bythis
this time learned to know and so many manyspecimens manyspecimens manyspecimens
specimens of which have been presented to tothe tothe tothe
the readers of these papers papersWhen papersWhen papersWhen
When therefore I appeared before him himto himto himto
to have my eyesight examined a mere psr psrfudetorjr prfunetory pert
fudetorjr matter as I thought he ordered orderedm
m mI < to undress and gave me a atborouglt thorougkand thorougkanda tboroughandedtoup and anda
a tedious examination from the town own of ofmy ofmy ofmy
my head to the soles aoleeof of my feet I Irenaarked Irenaarkedat remarked remarkedat
at at the time timeWhy timeVlIY timeVVhy
Why VlIY how mow is this doctor I was in informed 111formed informed
formed by my attorney that your certificate certificateas
as to my eyesight was only required requiredYesi rqulredVes tFquiredYes
Yesi Yes I know colonel but I thought itbest it itbest itbeat
best to send in a full report on your phy physical physisal hy hyslcal ¬
sisal condition some of our mutual friends friendssuggested friendsIU8Jested friendssuggested
suggested it and you can depend on me to tohelp toIlelp tohelp
help you all in my power powerIf powerIf powerIf
If that is the ease Rowles I am as good goodaa goodaa goodas
aa pardoned for as prison physician you youcan youcan youcan
can in my In case recommend action by the theboard theboardoC theboard
board boardoC of course you know that I Ido do not notexpect notexpect notexpect
expect nor would J suggest any unprofes unprofessional unprofes unprofessional unprofesatonal ¬
sional act or exaggeration of my condition conditionon
on your part partTuatt partlat pactThat
Tuatt lat a all right colonel youve yolt been
here Jang J langgriough nir enough You ought ttev never r have haveserved kay kayIlene haysserved
Ilene served an hour l1 urfor for killing kl1lh fC that thatIdsfet tltat111814t thatI
Idsfet I dekt forget that he nearly nearl ruined ruinedme nlinedme ruinedme
me some years ago when I w was Va starting IIlartl r in
life nor your gett ge generous tfO w ad 4 many > y helpful helpfulacts helpf11t helpfulacts
acts to place m nas on my Jett JettThere t feet feetThere t tThere
There wam waulh h MOW of similar expres expression expr exprIlofttl expresdons
dons W We talked talkeda aa hour awl a l when I left lefthim lefthhl1 lefthim
him in hi his room in 1 til the hospital It piI after wring wringing wringilllIDY wringing ¬
ing illlIDY my band and bidding bi44I mt m cheer up upthe upthe upthe
the end of your unjust punishment i is at atband atband athand
band I was M fully convinced of his hissincerity hipil1cerity hissincerity
sincerity and friendship as I was of my nyexistence myextatence myexistence
existence existenceEvidently extatenceEvidently existenceEvidently
Evidently the doctor did not thin that his hi hiletter hisletter j jletter
letter to she Board of Pardons would be beread bernd beread
read at atthe the op open u meeting It was intended intendedfor intendedCor intendedfor
for a secret document but Koons was only onlytoo j jtoo itoe
too fiendishly happy to t read it with all the theemphasis theemphasis I Iempbasis
emphasis at his command It was in sub substance substance substance ¬
stance as follows followsT follows7b I Illl
T 7b the lll Honorable HOIIOra e Board eI of Pardons PardonsMR ParrlollsIta armfomsrMa
MR PRESIDENT PRBSiDENTAND AND GBNTIWMBN OF THE THEBOARD TunBOARD vitaBOARD
BOARD Bv request of the attorney for W WJ j jJ I IJ
J Elliott a life prisoner in hlthfs this institution institutionI
I examined him on the sfith inst in t I sub subjected subjecteliltim subjested ¬
jested jecteliltim him to a thorough and exhaustive exhaustivephysical exhaustiveptI1slcal exhaustivephysical
physical examination That he is sound soundphysically soundphyslcaUy soundphysically
physically and mentally I have only 19 19state tli tlistate tystate
state that any insurance company would wouldaccept wouldacccpt wouldaccept
accept him as a first class clvs risk riskI
I questioned him closely as to any all ailment allment allment ¬
ment he claimed to be suffering suff rlng from as asevery asevery asevery
every organ was sound and no organic dis disease disease disease ¬
ease of any kind could be discovered Of Ofcourse orconrse Ofcourse
course my object in questioning him was wasto wasto wasto
to develop his scheme of malingering as ashis asllis ashis
his friends were complaining oq the outside outsidethat outsidethai outsidethat
that he was a physical wreck and that his hishealth blsbealtltwa irishealth
health bealtltwa was ruined forever etc etcEvery etcRvery etcEvery
Every complaint be mad made to tomewas tomewasfound ° me was wasfound wasfound
found on medical examination to be a pre pretense pretense pretense ¬
tense there was absolutely no evidence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dame His Uisphyslcal physical condition is such suchthat luchthat suchthat
that I stake my professional reputation he heis heis heis
is liable to live for Codhe the next twenty tw nty years yearsHis yearsHis yearsHis
His Is purely purely and solely a case of malin malingering malingering malingering ¬
gering and an attempt to excite sympathy sympathythat sympat1ythat sympathythat
that he b might secure clemency from your yourhonorable YOllrhotlo yourbonoiable
honorable hotlo able body bodyVery bod bodVery bodyVery
Very respectfully respectfullyW respectful1W
W v T r ROWIES M 1 D DThe DThe DThe
The doctor demonstrated at least his hisprofessional hisproC liiaprofessional
professional proC IOtIal ability as I have lived already alreadymore alreadymore alreadymore
more than hall of the allotted twenty years yearsupon yearsupon yearsupon
upon which he staked 8takedhi his professional professionalreputation proflslliocalrepotation professionalreputation
reputation When my attorney called at atthe atthe atthe
the prison and repeated the above from frommemory fronlmemory frommemory
memory I made a note of it and expressed expressedmy
my astonishment relating to him what whatRowles whatRowles whatRowles
Rowles had promised during the examin examination examination examnination ¬
ation Some weeks after the Board of ofPardons ofPardoll ofPardons
Pardons adjourned Dr W V T Rowles was wasescorting waseHcorting wasescorting
escorting Dr Evans a friend of mine minethrough minethrou minethrough
through throu b the prison Dr Evans expressed expresseda
a desire to see me and Rowles nothing nothingloath nothingloath nothingloath
loath and unsuspicious of the fact that I Ihad Illad Ihad
had been informed of his treachery called calledat
at the kitchen office Superintendent SuperintendentHunshower SuperintendentlIIunslower SuperintendentMunshower
Hunshower and myself were chatting at the themoment themoment themoment
moment when Rowles entered with ex extended exteuded extended ¬
tended hand The superintendent shook shookhands shookhands shookhands
hands with him gingerly enough and andRowles andRovles andRowles
Rowles turned toward nle me with Colonel Colonelhow Colone1how Colonelbow
how are you old fellow I have brought a afriend afriend afriend
friend to see you Dr Evans stepped steppedforward steppedforward steppedforward
forward and I brushing the hand of ofRowles ofRowles f fRowles
Rowles to one side seized the hand of Dr DrEvans DrEvans DrEvans
Evans and exclaimed Doctor I am pleased pleasedto
to see you but I wish you were in better bettercompany0 bettercompany bettercompany
company company0 company To which Rowles laughingly laughinglyresponded laughinglyresponded laughinglyresponded
responded Never mind Colonel C010t1elj shake shakeYou shakeYou shakeYou
You will be all right some day Cheer up upHis upHis It ItHis
His hand was wns outstretched and both Dr DrEvans DrEvans DrEvans
Evans and Superintendent Munshower in intently intently intently ¬
tently watched the outcome It came quick quickenough quickenough quickenough
enough as with flushed face I exclaimed exclaimedI
I do not desire to shake hands with you yousir yousir yousir
sir You are not only my eriemy but an aningrate aningrate aningrate
ingrate why will you also play the hypo hypocrite hypoirlte hypotrite ¬
trite criteTo irlteTo triteTo
To say that Rowles was in any way wayabashed wayabashed wayabashed
abashed or confounded would be to com compliment compllment cornpliment ¬
pliment the treacherous wretch besides he hewas heWal hewas
was the head physician of the prison and andcould andcould andcould
could have me instantly punished for so sogrossly soroBsly sogrossly
grossly insulting a high official There Therefore TIlerefore Therefore ¬
fore calm in the consciousness of his power powerand powerand powerand
and unconscious of his moral depravity depr vity he hereplied hereplied hereplied
replied repliedWe11 repliedWell repliedWe
Well We 1l I do not consider it a very great greathonor gren grenbonor greathonor
honor to shake the hand of a aHere aHer aHere
Here Her lIe stopped and I completed tile tilesentence UI UIsentence thesentence
sentence convict convictHe convictlie convictlie
lie nodded his head in acquiescence acquiescencewhen acquiescencewhim acquiescencewhen
when I cuttingly retorted retortedNor retortedNor retortedNor
Nor I to shake the linncl mans of the sonin soninlaw 80nlnlawof souInlaw
lawof lawofIbis law of ofThis ofThis
This was a home 1J me shot ahotaud and he staggered ashis as ashis allbls
his face turned white as as his shirt shirtYou shirtVou shirtYou
You may retire doctor do tor and wash the thefilth thefilth timefilth
filth from your hand which you voluntarily voluntarilyclutched voluntarllvc1utcbed voluntarilyclutched
clutched to become coll1e what you are area a vile vileingrate vileinrmte vileingrate
ingrate and a treacherous wretch who whowould whowould whowould
would stiletto a corpse corpseYou corpaeYou corpseYou
will hear from this It Itand
You you you youand youand
and he backed oat of the office frothing at atthe atthe atthe
the mouth mouthOf mouthOf mouthOf
Of course I had placed myself in his hispower blapower hispower
power and poor Munshower came near nearhaving nearhaving nearhaving
having an attack of apoplexy apopl xy while Dr DrEvans DrBvall DrEvans
Evans was wallo so thunderstruck he could only onlylook onlylook onlylook
look on in openeyed and silent amassment amassmentExplanations ablaumentIbplanRtlon amasementExplanation
Explanations were brief and Dr Bvans Evanswas Bvanswaa Bvanswas
was made acquainted acqual ted with the treachery treacheryof
of Rowles He guaranteed to prevent preventRowles preventRowles preventRowles
Rowles from exercising his hi undoubted undoubtedpower undoubtedpower undoubtedpower
power to have me punished and thus calmed calmedthe calmedthe calmedthe
the fears of Munshower I remained in indignantly Indlgnantly Indignantly ¬
dignantly silent until the tl e conversation was wsschanged wasohanJed waschanged
changed changedThe ohanJedThe
The next day Dr Rowles was riding past pastin pastin pastin
in hisbuggy his buggy u2g whrje whlj MiitisHower lhtI 8Iiower and nct myselfwere myself myselfwere myselwere
were in the vegetable cellar of the kitchen kitchenThe kitchenThe kitchenThe
The superintendent was standing on the thesteps thesteps thesteps
steps and was visible I was lower down downand downand downand
and unseen by Dr Rowles when the follow following following followlug ¬
ing colloquy took place placeI
I say Munshower what was the matter matterwith matterwith matterwith
with thatfellow me yesterday yesterdayOh
Oh I dont know Doctor you know he heBuffersconsiderable he8uffersconsldemble lesuffersconsiderable
Buffersconsiderable and antlNell andWell aI1l1Well
Well g d the son of a b wait waituntil waltuntil waituntil
until he comes up next time fora for a pardon pardonyou pardonyou pardonyou
you watch my curves what I will do for forhtm Corhim forhint
him will be a plenty plentyJust plntyJust plentyJust
Just at tills tIll moment I popped my head up upand upIInd upand
and in spite of poor Munshowers en entreatise ent1entfe6 entreatiee
treatise retorted retortedDoctor retortedDoetor retortedDoctor
Doctor when I come up for pardon next nexttime nexttie nexttime
time you will be in h and will
bfc b sleeping with your wife wifeThis wifelTItia wifetTitle
This time Munshower gave me lIIeup up for forlost forhost
lost 1 CHIt Rowles would
never stand such a agross allOfNI agross
gross and deadly insult I smiled and andassured andBl8ured andassured
assured my friend and boss that tllatthinp ras 17asthings < rasthings
things were I had no particular desire to toprolong toprolon toprolong
prolong my agony if Rowlee or anybody anybodyelse anybodyelse anybodyelse
else wanted to bring things to a climaxwell climax climaxwell dimaxwen
well and good goodI I had little to lose that thatva1uedwelcome I Ivalued Ivaluedwelcome
valued va1uedwelcome welcome chaos and eternal etern l tfiglit tfiglitRowles tfigUtRowled nigh nighRowles
Rowles did not report me My predic prediction predlctiou predictloa ¬
tion came true he died and went wentthat that Is Ishis I ishim
his 11 wife married within a few months monthaaCter monthaaCterhis after afterhis afterhie
his death Let this be b his obituary It tothe it itthe hi hithe
the first honest truthful one he has ha received re received re received ¬
ceived from the press prc So much for Dr DrW nrW DrW
W T Rowles Let us proceed proceedI
I do not offer any an palliation or excuse e eUH for formy tormy formy
my conduct at this period nod That I re retained retained retamed ¬
tained my sanity and IQ4 did d net ran amwk amwkand asggeitand
and add real tli tbsh gli unconscious crime to totny Comy tomy
my record is l due ftiUcJy M tI a merciful preen providence pr prelence preendance ¬
dance elenceVllell danceWhen denceWhen
When the considerate render of ikcst ikcstpapers tlle tllepapera lase lasepapers
papers will make allowance for the injustice injusticeto
to which I had alri already alr dy be bkll be n subjected lJbj cted and
1
the additional outrage of not only being be It1r de denied tienied e eniec1 ¬ f fmarily
nied the thel clemency habitually and custo customarily ettst ettstmarily ettstD ¬
marily extended the vilest criminal bat batgrossly Init2rolly batgrossly
grossly maligned by the very board to which wIdellmy whichmy whichmy
my relatives and kindred appealed for forclemency lotc1emeue forclemency
clemency c1emeue sow souse allowance will be made for farmy formy formy
my insubordinate insuu rdinate conduct con < luct as a prisoner prisonerand prilM1rand prisonerand
and my intemperate language to such suchhigb a ahigh ahigh
high official of the prison as the head phy physician physlcian pitysician ¬
sician Especially will this consideration considerationtie conslderatlqnbe
be given time when I am compelled to stats statsin statein stafqin
in my own behalf that during the eight eightyears eightyear eightyears
years Incarceration I was never reported for foran rorIn foran
an infraction of the rules but once and that thatI
I was wa obedient and andln in fact a II model prig prisoner pri priolJerdltHrularly prigogerparttrularly ¬
olJerdltHrularly oner particularly respectful to guards In Inthe Intbe inthe
the presence of other prisoners The one oneinfraction oneinfraction oneinfmMion
infraction of the rules for which U t was rer rerported re reported red
ported wilt 111 be here recited as an object objectlesson objecllesson objectlesson
lesson to prison reformers on the inner innerworkings innerworkings innerworkings
workings of a convict prison where the thethapless t thehapless lc lcIlRple
hapless IlRple prisoners are as absolutely at the themercy tilemercy timee timeemercy
mercy of pme some ruffian dressed In a little littlebrief littlebrief littlebrief
brief authority which he outrageously outrageouslyabuses 0utrngeolf outrageouslyabuses lr lrab1s
abuses ab1s 8 as the commonest slave in ante antebellum Ilnt Ilntbellum antebellutu <
bellum days Under Warden James the theOhio th thqOhio
Ohio penitentiary was cursed with such 8u h a aruffianly nruffianly aruffianly
ruffianly blackguard in inthe 1Hbi the person of Owe OweStackliotrse Owen OwenStackhouse OW 11 11Stackhouse
Stackhouse the assistant deputy warden wardenExtended wardeltEtended wardenExtended
Extended mention has been made of Stack Stackhouse Stnck110use Stackhouse
house in these papers hence no further furtherreference furtherreference furtherreference
reference to him by way of biography is isnecessary isnecessary isnecessary
necessary necessaryThis necessaryThis necessaryThis
This man Stackhoune e had promised some somedissolute somedissolute lomc lomcdissolute
dissolute women in Columbus with whom whomhe whomhe whomlie
he associated that he would have Bill BUIElliott 11111Elliott BillElliott
Elliott in the cellar and paddle his naked nakedThe nnkedThe nakedThe
The information inC9rlllation reached the prison prisonhaw prisonbow prisonhaw
haw it did so I am unable to recall JJnt But I Idid Idid Idid
did not fear Stackhouse while my unyfriend unyfriendthe friend iriemlthe friendthe
the ever to be lamented McKinley was wasgovernor wasgovernor wasgovernor
governor of the state Nevertheless I Ithought Tthought Ithought
thought it possible urged on by the class of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people referred to and who had good causa causato cause caUs8to causeto
to hate me that he would take chances on onsome onsonle onsome
some pretext andget me III in the punishment punishmentcellar puulhll1entcellar punishmentcellar
cellar before my friends could be notified notifiedlience Itotiftedjhellce notifiedhence
hence I was unusually wary and observant observantof
of the rules Suddenly Sudlenl the guard in the thekitchen thekitcben thekitchen
kitchen was changed and a nun named namedHester nattledHellter namedHeater
Hester was substituted This Thi Hester was wasbrother a abrother abrother
brother of Urban Hester whom Whoul11lad I had sup supported supported supported ¬
ported and helped to elect clerk of the theSupreme tbeSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Cocrt of Ohio Urban and a d I were werefriends werefrieuds werefriends
friends and when he discovered that his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother was the disciplinary guard Illart at thekitchen the thekitchen thekitcllen
kitchen he called and bringing his brother brotherthe brotherthe brotherthe
the guard inUFmy office o lce he said addresing addres addressing addresIng ¬
ing him himNow himNow himNow
Now you are to do everything you can canfor canfor canfor
for the colonel I am under obligations to tohim tohimald tohim
him himald and he refused to take money or other othercompensation otbercompentatiou othercompensation
compensation for his services when I was waselected wa waelected wan wanelected
elected electedThe electedThe electedTime
The guard promised and I felt corre correspondingly corrcspondlnglv corrospondingiy ¬
spondingly safe from Stackhouse as the theguard theguard theguard
guard would have to report me for some irf irffraction Infmction 1n 1nfraction
fraction of the rules before Stackhouse Stackhousecould Stackhousecould Stackhousecould
could get me before him In the punishment punishmentcellar punishmentcellar punishmentcellar
cellar Urban Ilea Hester Hester ter meant well enough enoughand enOughand enoughand
and was sincere in hid hi friendship but it itwas Itwas ftwas
was nearly fntal to me His brother was wasplaced wasp1aced wasplaced
placed in the kitchen on an understanding understandingwith
with Stackhouse to report me on some sometrumped sometrumped sometrumped
trumped up charge This brother rother of Urban UrbanHester UrbanHester UrbanHester
Hester was certainly the vilest and most mostdegraded mostdegraded mostdegraded
degraded human being beln I ever encountered encounteredconvict encounteredconvict encounteredconvict
convict or guard He revelled in torturing torturingprisoners tortprJngprisoners torturingprisoners
prisoners and sending them to the cellar cellarfor ctitJarfor cellarfor
for punishment He had to be changed changedseveral chal1gellsevernltimes changedsevernltimes
several severnltimes times from different prison shops shopsto s110ps s110psto
to save his life Nothing could however howeverrestrain howeverrestrain howeverrestrain
restrain him from having havin punishment in inflicted Inleted inflicted ¬
flicted leted and then gloating over the unfortu unfortunate unfodunllte unfortunate ¬
nate prisoner He would say to a prisoner prisonerjust prtsonerJUAt prteonerjust
just returned from the cellar after being beingpaddled beingpaddled beingpaddled
paddled Wellvllat Well what kind of a time did didyou didyou didyou
you have haveIf baveIf haveIf
If the prisoner answered he reported himthe him himthe himUle
the next liut morning for insolence Insolencej if he did didHot did110t didHut
Hot answer he reported him for stubborn stubbornness stubbornness
ness In either case the prisoner was wasagain WIllaltaln wasagain
again paddled There were cases among amongthe amongthe
the kitchen waiters where men me were paddied pad paddled PllddIed ¬
dIed five times in one Vyeck veek and taker ttkep to tothe tothe tothe
the hospital where jnore lOre pore than one death deathoccurred deotboccurred deathoccurred
occurred from the fearful brutality in inflicted IIImeted inflicted ¬
flicted flictedBeing metedeil1g flictedBeing
Being Being eil1g bookkeeper of the subsistence subsistencedepartment lIubslstellcllllpnrhnent subsistence subsistencedepartment
department of the prison endowed me tl1 with withcertain withcertain withcertain
certain privileges among which was vas the thespecial thespeclal thespecial
special one of smoking in my office by bydirect bydirect bydirect
direct permission of oCWarden Warden James Hester Hesterunable JIellterunflble Hesterunable
unable to findanything td to t report and send sendme sendme sendnme
me to the cellar and to Stackhpuse Stacl1 use decided decidedto Dde Ddeto
to report me for forstlloldng smoking in the bake shop shopadjoining sbopadjoining shopadjoining
adjoining my office This I had been bee I ac accustomed accuatomed accustomed ¬
customed to do for months and correctly correctlysurmised cbrrectlysurmiaed correctlysurmised
surmised that the wardens wanlen permission permissioncarried permillioncarried permissioncarried
carried with it not only the office of the thekitchen thekitchcn thekitchen
kitchen but the bake shop store roombasement room roombasement roOlllbaHluent
basement etc etcHence etcHence etcHence
Hence one morning after an unusually unusuallyfriendly unusuallyCrien unusuallyfriendly
friendly Crien J chat with Hester who in personal personalappearance personalappear personalappear4nice
appearance appear nce resembled a combination wild wildcat wildcat wildcat
cat ana and hyena he gave my name to the thepatrol thepatrol timepatrol
patrol guard passing through the kitchen kitchenwith kitchenwith kitchenwith
with delinquents for the th < < cellar The patrol patrolguard patrolgUlTlI patrolguard
guard who was wa a personal friend entered enteredthe enteredtile enteredthe
the office and informed me of what the theHester thelIter timeheater
Hester had done and the conspiracy coni piracy to toland tolane toland
land me in the cellar Thus forewarned I Iimmediately IhUnidiately Iinanfgdiately
immediately started sJrrted Superintendent Mun Munshower Munshower Munshower ¬
shower for tliefront the lront office to see James the thewarden 11tewarden thewarden
warden and inform him that I was reported reportedfor r reportedfor ported portedfor
for Nmolcing r I then accompanied the theguard thelituard theguard
guard and my fellow Culprits to the pun punIsliment punIsltln punisinnent
Isliment Isltln nt cellar crUar cellar underneath the chattel chattelI
I kffew the summary character of Stack Stackhouses Stackhonses Stackhouses
houses court In the presence of the nude nudeund nudebnd nudemind
und blindfolded prisoner he read the report reportmade reportmaIe reportmade
made by the guard and before beforetime the unfortu unfortunate unCortunatewr unfortunatewretch ¬
nate natewr natewretch wretch tch could frame a reply in defence defencehe deCencehe defencelie
he was bent over a bath tub by stalwart stalwartprisoner stalwartprisoner talwartprisoner
prisoner assistants and in that position positionpaddled positionpaddled positfonpaddled
paddled until the blood ran down his legs legsThis 1ellsThis legsThis
This was often varied by facetious remarks renmarksby remarksby rtllarksby
by Stsckhouse on the prisoners personalappearance personal personalappearance personalnpptlSlrnnce
appearance IN THE NOD NUDE I had deter determined d determined ter terlulned ¬
mined if ever subjected to this infamous infamoushumiliation infamoushumiliation infamousliumillatiott
humiliation to sacrifice myself in the in interests Interest interests ¬
terests of humanity and put a stop stop forever foreverto Cor ver verto
to this tlJl method of manufacturing fiends fiendsOn fiendsOn
On the themorning morning in question when I entered enteredthe el1flftlthe entered enteredthe
the cellar there were about a dozen l1o elttttllle elttttllleprilonri nude nudeprisontrt nudeprisoners
prisoners sitting on benches awaTMng awaTtingtheir awaTtingtheirturn their theirturn theirturn
turn to tabe be paddled in an inner roam ro fJ OUt OUtcries thecries he hecries
cries of the wretch then undergoing undergolngtot undergolngtotture toc tocture tor torture ¬
ture and the whack whack of the th paddle paddlewere pudl1ewere paddlewere
were as distinctly heaid as a asif if the Jte punish pUtllilhtt1ent punishment pmllehment ¬
ment was taking place in the iootttWlter iootttWlterthe roontWhpre roontWhprethe room whera wherathe
the nude prisoners were seated As j f ten tenlered en entered Ir Irtered ¬
tered the guard in attendance > knewn k 8 1 as asdrunken as asdrunken 18 18drunken
drunken Tom Smith Snltha a WjIlijHfct6l 1VIlW wlllIg tqtlpf tqtlpfStackhouse tallll pf pfStackhouse pfStacklmouse
peremptpfydtdcr peremptpfydtdcrto
Stackhouse gave me the poremptrJae poremptrJaeto porempt rforc1ei rforc1eito
to undress undressI
I simply took a seat and atu1JfPk and31tdd JwlsdtUt djt t him hbJbe all alllie as ashe
he fumbled for his revolver rev lv AjaOi A u cfinie cfiniethe cMrU cMrUthe Mtgethe
the order to Undress anjlfft a d tnr d f dweflng eower7pkprisoners dweflngprisoners c w ilpg ilpgpriscmers
prisoners moved closer to eeelt wsC Kiljtjr OIIpr Uhl and anilaway andaway andaway
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superior officer car as I ascended the cellar cellarsteps ceUarsteps cellarsteps
steps Stackliouse S ckllottse immediately released releasedfrom r releasedfrom leased leasedfrom
from punishment punl hment every prisoner awaiting awaitingthe awaitinithe awaitingthe
the paddle paddleol1 An the ground that if I was lll0t lll0tamenabllt not notamenable notamenable
amenable todisclplineforthe to discipline for the violation of ofthe ort1le ofthe
the rulQft rull rulq he could cou1 < 1 not no conscientiously conscientiouslypunish conllcientlouslypunish conscientiouslypunish
punish oilier tijer prisoners He visited the thefront theCront timefront
front oilf office e but bU twas was there ther e met by his friend friendJames friendJames friendJames
James omie wJio io io admonished a admonf ulolliahed hied him that Hesterand Hester Hesterand HesterBnd
and lie sWkhouse pckhouse had made lU de a mess ofthe of ofthe oftbe
the affair and tlwt Playford had threatened threatenedlogo threatcmedto
logo to go up and nd see McKinley If 1f1 I was W 4 pun punished pUlltshed punfshed ¬
ished tshed for gmoking smoking inasmuch as I had the thewardens thewardens thewardens
wardens permit to do so James reproached reproachedStackliouse reproaehedStQckhoU reproachedStackliouefortile
Stackliouse StQckhoU Stackliouefortile e f for < r the stupidity of Hester in inreporting illr Inreporting
reporting r < porling Me for something I had had per permission permission permtssion ¬
mission to t do insteidof In mate te t td of mentioning some someviolation 10m 10mviolation someviolation
violation af of the rule rules which would justify justifymy justU justUmy justifpmy
my my puniijjraent puniijjraentWhen pIIIIIlltmcntWltentltc pmutipjtmantWhen
When Wltentltc the whole matter was brought brougbtto brougbttothe to tothe tothe
the attention of the governor the warden wardenreceived wanltreeel wardenreeeivedingit > >
reeel reeeivedingit received ved Such u < h instructions from Governor GovernorMcKinlej GovernrcKinlei GovernerMcKinley
McKinley cKinlei accompanied with an intimation intimationof
of his hi removal ritm oval that neither Hester nor norStackliouse nor norStackh norStackhoupa
Stackliouse Stackh ever dared during their con connection connection connection ¬
nection With the prison to report or punish punishme punishmime punilh1I1e
me Q OJ course course I gave no cause but strictly strictlyobserved strietlvobserved strictlyobserved
observed he rules This observance Q servance woulduot wouldnot would wouldnot
not have saved ved me however any more ore than thanit thallit thatit
it saved numbers of less fortunate prisoners prisonerswho prillOuerwllo prisonerswho
who were beaten and abused and in many manycases maRYeasel manycases
cases sent to the hospital where the timeg died diedby diedby diedby
by these murderous ruffians for no othet othetreason othetreallon othetreason
reason than thll that they had Conceived a die dislike dl dllike dielike ¬
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named Baptista Porte though it was not at atfirst atfirst atfirst
first used for photographing It was in inreality htteatlty iiireality
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light was Admitted through a little round roundhole roUtlihole roundhole
hole m one side The rays ray of light coming comingfrom comlnCCrom comingfrom
from objects obje tl outside of this room entered enteredit
it through this aperture and made a picture pictureon
on the other side of the room glowing in all allthe antlte allthe
the beauty and color of nature itself but butrather butrattler butranter
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