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The Marlboro Democrat
r M1K> THOU, GREAT LIBHHTY, INSPIRE OUK SOULS AM) MAKE OU H LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OK OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE."
VOL XXXIlj. BENNETTS VILLE. S. C.. FRIDAY, APRIL li, 1?K)H NO. 14
SHOOTS A NEGRO.
Congressman Heflin of Alabama
tn a Serious Affray.
WAS ON A STREET CAR
lu Washington With CoiiRi'i'ssman
^? WHerbce, on his Wu y to Deliver
With Negro for Drinking on Cur,
Threw Him Oft" mut Then Shop
Him in lh?> Henel,
In :t desperate affray on a Penn
sylvania Avenu?4 ear in Washington
Friday a negro was shot by Congross
inau Thomas J Elotlin ol' Alabama.
Thomas Lumby, the negro, was
>.hot in tlie head and is in a critical
coud lt loll, and Thomas McCreary, a
?New York horse trainer, is suffering
from a wound in the leg. Thc sheet
iug of McCreary was accidental.
Mr. Hellin was arrested and taken
Kto the Gili police precinct station,
?fsiiore tlie charge of assault with in
teut to kill was placed against him.
Later he was released on $.ri,000 hall.
Thc shooting occurred shortly after
7o'clock as the car reached the corner
f Pennsylvania avenue and lilli street
hound for Capitol Hill.
Congrssmati neilin, accompanied
Ivy Congressman Hdwln .1 lOllerbee,
of South Carolina, had hoarded the
? ?ar al 12th street, and l'ennslyvnnia
avenue, Mr. Hellin being on hi., way
io deliver a temperance lecture at tlx
Metropolitan Methodist Kip i SCO pa I
Church, 1 1-2 street and olin Marshall
Place. Upon hoarding the car. In
observed two negro passengers, one
of whom was Thomas Lumby, and
who was in the act ot taking a drink
from ? bottle of whiskey. There wore
? number of passengers, including
several ladies. Mr. Hellin says he re
monstrated with Lumby and asked
him to stop drinking saying: "Don't
take thrtt drink there au/) ladies frere
and lt ls not right. It is against the
law for you to do such a thing lu a
street car and 1 hope you will put that
The ;uher negro, who was sober,
attempted to lake the bottle away
/rom his friend, but failed. lt is
.'9.aid that Lumby became offended at
Mr. Ilotlln's remonstrance's and ap
plied vile epithets. As the car reach
ed ?th street and Pennsylvania ave
nue Hellin and Lumby were engaged
in a desperate struggle. Mr. Holl?n
who is a large powerful man, succeed
>?d in throwing Lumby oil" the cai as
it came lo a Stop.
Most of the occupants of tho car
hastily alllghted, including Mr. and
Mrs. McCreary The negro fell io the
ground on liing pushed tiff the car.
.He jose, and, 11 said, began cursing
Mr. Hellin again and made a motion
l'or his hli> pocket as if lo dray a wea
pon, whereupon Mr Heflin tired ul
him through the cat window, missing
tho neuro and hilting Thomas Mc
Creary, who was about 20 feet from
the car. Mr Hellin bred once or
twice more, one ot the shot:; striking
Lumby in Hie bead above the ear.
Lumby ran :i SliOH dis! a Ure and fol i
An ambulance was railed and he Was
taken lo th? lOmerg?hCy Hospital. Tin
conductor of the car disappeared and
officer George X. Scriven took charge
Hie car and ran it to ?Vd street ami
i easy1vania avenue.
riare Repr?sent?t I vc I lelliu Was
escorted by Olllcer Scriven io Un' Cap
ito! i lot el, and later was taken lo the
p?lice station in a "ab. Ile wa;; mu
locked np. Mr McCroary's wound
is mil serious, and aller treatment at
?A hospital he returned io bis apart
ments. At Hie Linergency Hospital,
it was said Lumby though badly
wounded and unconscious, has a
jfl&',iaie ?? to recover. His skull was
^fractured, but the surgeons were nu
ble to ascertain at that Hmo, whether
the bullet had entered the head.
Mr Hellin explained at tho station
his reason for going armed.
He is the author of a "jim crow"
car law in the District of Columbia,
Mid said that since he Introduced the
mensure ho has received many letters
of a threatening character and secur
ed permission from the authorities to
go armed. Mr. Hellin represents the
fi th Alabama district, in which the
Tuskegee Institute, of which llroker
T. Washington, b tho head, ls lo
Met His Kate.
At Hagan, (?a., Lige Wilson, a ne
gro, while running amuele with a
iliol gnu, on 'he streets Sunday eve
ning, was shot and instantly killed
by Tow n Marshal Nat bau Pr?gers
the negro (Ired the li rsl ?hot, do
clarlllg war on every ?vii 11< man 111
Ten Were Injured.
Ten persons were injured, none
seriously, In a trolley car accident at
DIED AT HIS POST.
A MAN ii KATING HIS WA* ON
Shoots mut utils the Coadmtor, Ital
ls Shot Also and He Hies lader
A special dispatch from Anderson
says Conductor C. h. Swink, or
freight train No. 2.4, 01' the Ander
son branch of the Charleston amt
Western Carolina Itallroad, was kill
ed hy a while man, named nunnie
Brock. Tuesday afternoon ai four
o'clock, while his hain was standing
in thc yard al Calhoun Falls. M rock
was aricslcd and lodged in the Ab
beville Jail, M rock is about ?? years
ol' am1 ami has the reputation ol' be
ing a big bully
brock got on Swink's train al
Lowndcsvillo in a drunken condition.
Ho succeeded in healing his way as
far as lattimer, when Swink went in
to the coach and collected his tare
from lattimer lo Calhoun Falls,
brock, it is said, cursed sw lui' very
vilely and gol liff thc train near (he
Calhoun Falls yard
When- Swink's train pulled up io
tho station H rock secured a pistol and
cursed Mr. Swink again Coilduetoi
Swink theil Stl'UCk ll rock and Brook
opened lire. 1 le tired only one time,
thc bullet penetrating Swink's heart.
As Swink Iel! lie pulled his
plsiol and ll rod til Brock once or
twice, one of the shoi- laking effect.
Conductor Swink was a man of
amiable disposition and friendly. Ile
was lihou! US years old and was from
Woodruff, in Spartanburg County,
whore his parents now reside. lb
was unmarried and had o iv been
running on the Anderson branch : ir
about sixty days. Ile wa- pop liar
with all of bis fellow tra' i nen The
body was carried to Woodruff for
Brock Dies in .Jail.
A dispatch from AbbevPl ; says at
Calhoun Falls, in this county., 'lues
day' evening' Conductor Swink, el' a
freight train ol' the Charleston and
Western Carolina Railway, was ? hoi
and killed by Bunnie Broil;, a des
perate young man residing in thc
western pa rt ol' the conni. . Brock
was also shot by tile conductor In Ind
hip and died alter being lodged In
lt seems thal Brock '.MIS on I lie
top of one ol' the car:, ol the Hain
ami was in a drunken condition. Ito
was ordered to come down by the
conductor. Words were passed ami
the shooting began. The conductor of
the train was shot through the hear;
Brock was a very young man. a son
of a good rather, hut he is said to
lune been a desperate character;
IM CK? >V Ks Sl.ow I.V.
Senator Tillman Won! Holum to
Senate I bis Session.
The State says I lie condition Ol
Senator ll. lt Tillman is not alarm
ing, according lo his physician, bul
it is liol though! that he will he
ai)|o lo I'etUl'n 1,1 tile Senate lliis
in respouce t<> an Inquiry Br. T
?1, Hunter, Senator Tillman's physi
cian wired The Stale at !' 15 WodUOS
day evening as follows.
"Thor?! ls HOI bing alarming in Sen
atm Tillman's condition Left oil
anodyne last night for first lune since
lie has been sick, and ho. did liol
rest as well as he linn been. lb
has been somewhat depressed today
li has developed no organic symp
toms at all His trouble is purely
functional. His Improvement has
not been as rapid as 1 flrSl expected
Don't think h.- w ill be able lo return
to the senate Hr.s session.''
lh following was received from
The State's Trenton correspondent
.Senator Tillman is slowly improv
ing. Has only been np once and bas
very little control of himself while
standing, lt ls IhOUglll he is in nee,!
ol' a complote rest."
MANY MIN F,HS KU. 1, KB
in a Wyoming Coal Mine on bas!
Between .>.. and Vu inen, it devel
oped to-dny, losi lheir lives in lwo
explosions Saturday and Saturday
night in Coal MUK- NO I. of Hie Union
Pacific Coal Mine, a' Hanna, Wyo.
Tho explosions wen- camed hy ga SOS
and coal du I and each was followed
hy a Iii-".
'lin- llrsl expiosiori occurred at
o'clock killing IK mincis. Including
a SUprlhtOndeni and three bosses.
T; . Second exploi ion occurred at
I ?fie o'ch.ii Saturday night, snuffing
hill Hu- lives ol' hom IO to l?? res
. Hei ;, inciudhiC: state Min . Inspector
D. M. roiio. *
As a Vote Getter Compared With
WHAT ARE THE FACTS?
Thc Columbia State Show? by lit?
Results <>f Two Presiden rial Klee?
tions That i lu? firent Commoner
ls the Strongest Possible * amii?
dato tho Democrats ('au Possibly
The following editorial should bo
read by all Democnils:
Papable weakness evidences Ihe
attempt of the esteemed News and
Courier h? contend uguiitsi thc posi
tion of Mr. Brynn, as expressed In
hts loiter to thc editor ol' The Stato.
Anti il seems as if consciousness ol'
that weakness is having an injurious
oftoct upon the tompcr and inor?is of
the South Carolina champion of Hie
Now York political programme.
Commenting on Mr Bryan's ox
pression of pleasure thal Iiis Demo
cracy "has been satisfactory to the
ra nit and li lo of th Democrats of
tho South as well as ii. Mm rank and
lile of the Democrats of the North."
'ho Nows and Courier says thal South
Carolina gave Judge Parker more
votos in 100-1 Dian wore glveh Hryan
in 1000. and thal Ccorgki gave
Clevelnnd more votos in ism." than
Hryan in I s?t;, and continues: "So
it would appear from ibo records thal
thu rank and file of the Demoenits ot
the South aro not hy tiny int-ans sal
isllcd with Mr. Hryan. and tho rank
and file of the Democrats of thc
North have shown Mr. Bryan very
clearly that they do not want him
and Will not have him." II is scarce
ly ingenious to ?ile thc voie of a 1
one-party Southern Slate In a general .
election to prov?! or disprove a point
Uki- this, but since The News and .
Courier bas appealed to theK record, 1
and attempts to mislead its readers,
we shall quote tho whole record to '
What are the facts'." In I X!i _> Mr. !
Cleveland was given more votes than
Mr. Hryan .u:ot in IX9C in these 1
Slates: Wisconsin, Vermont. Now
Hampshire', .Massachusetts, Connecti
cut, New York, New Jersey, Dole
Ware, llhotl? Island, Maryland. Vir
ginia, (ioorghi and Alabama, In '
other words, in 1 ? State... including 1
four in the South, Cleveland received
more votes than Ht van; ami in :', ll
State-; and territories, including nine 1
Southern Stales. Hryan was given
moer voies than Cleveland, llryan's
popular vote in I SOO was 0511,000
greater than Cleveland's in i-S02 lt
the record appealed tb by tho char
leston paper proses anything, wh?i
does it prove '
Pl'oCCcdillK lo the record bf the
Bryan' vote by States in 1000, and
the Parker cole In 190-1, ii (s found
(hat Harker :;oi more votes than
Hryan in New Y.?'rki New Hampshire,
Mussciinsetts. Ithodo Island Dela- i
ware. \\ i si Virginia, South Carotina, j
(ioorghi ano Mississippi; or thal in
niue States, including three Southern
Stale-, Havker received mor? vides
i ha II Bryn ti while in i h idly nine
States) incl uditig len Sont herb,
State.-. Bryah was giv?h a greater
vote than Harker And Bryan's pop
ular Vote in lodu totaled ?. 1!Si0;lilli
mox Iliad Harker s in 1901. What
does tin' record prove that Is ap
pealed lo b> The News ami Courier
"io show (hal the rank and tile nf
Democrats ?ii Hie South are ubi sat
isfied With Mr. Bryan." and thal ihe
I ?eniot ? als iii the NOM h will not have
him? H proves inst what Mr. Bryan
s-'id. and proves that The Nfws andi
Co ur itir ls a misleading ii ml ii ii sn fe
Since We have gOUO into the res
old . Iel us puisne a little further.
Ill I Mn'., even aller tho aw ful humps
Democracy received In tho Iheh cur
rent Cleveland administration, Bryan
had ;: 1 more votes in the electoral
College than President Harrison when
Cleveland defeated him In I sn::. And
111 I SOO Bi yan had seven more elec
toral votes than Cleveland got when
as [?resident, ho was defeated by
Manson In ISSS. The least liutilboi
Of popular vote; received by Bryan
was noa ri,> a million greater than
was ever given to any Other Demo
in cum. william McKinley, gen
erally beloved because ol' his success
in allaying sectional animosities, lind
abnormally popular because ho was
tho maher ol' a brilliant ly Stiecossful
war. had a mujeril) over Bryan of
SI!*.The. Pour years later Koosevoll
dcft'llicd Hie New York World's can
(Ilillito Parker, hy I he enormous pi m .
(dilt. of 2,5-15(515;.
(ince more io de record; We lind
i hal Hryan carried eight Slates in
i K thal woiil aga Ins) cleveland in
! s's tit Ami In thal .var he carried
twelve Slates thal. Harker lord, losing
only two thal Harker carried. That
w .s ii,si after Hu- hod cleveland ad
ministration had given Democracy a
Express Safes in Car After Mur
dering the Messenger
WHILE HE WAS SLEEP
ftless?hger \VHs Killed Withoul His
Amihrniiig. Keys TH ken From Ills
IMekei and (?Ml er Lurked in His
<?rlp-Crime Not Discovered l'util
Snutu Fe Train Kcuchcd Mud of
its Regular Hom*-.
Two robbers early Sunday murder
ed O. A. Hailey of Kansas City, an
express messenger of the YVclls
Fargo Express coin pu ny, In the ex
press car ol' a westbound Atcbison,
Topeka and Santa Fe (rain between
Florence and Newton, Kansas, robbed
both thc local and through sa fe, i ah -
lng at least. $1,000 and osma Jewelry
Tho bony ot Messenger Hailey was
found when tin- (rain reached New
ion. It was st retobeo on th.- floor of
tb \ eur. lywtg in a pool ot blood. The
b :k of the skull was crushed and
Ino end of th.- cai in which it was
l>hiK was spattered with blood. There
was no evidence of any struggle. The
indications ar?- that tb,- murder was
committed while the messenger was
asleep. Hailey was last seen ttllvo al
Strong City. Al Peabody some one
opened the car door jiu s enough io
throw oat a package ol' waybills and
then closed it quickly.
The custom of the messenger has
boen lo go lo sleep soon alter leav
ing Florence, and ii is probable be
lid this Sunday night. \ftor slaying
tlie sh-epinn messenger, thu lobbers
lOWOrecj the dead man's bead With his ,
.oat. took tlie safe keys nom the
lead man's pockets "and ransacked
thc safes. Then the keys were put :
into. Halley's overcoat and lb.- coat
yyas folded and put in bis ?rip, whe.ro i
it* \Vins foe 1 later.
v; i. . : ':>?,i ft'o^/Unvii a( Ihn ?
Missouri Pacific crossing fetid of Now \
on. two mon wore soon by tin- on- .
?ineer io jump bun tho train and run |
iOUth. Tho south door of the ex- ,
?ress car was lound open when Ibo ;
rain reached the Newton station (
Ollicers, soon after the murder |
md robbery, were scouring the conn
ir?. A reward of $1,000 lias boen
offered by the Walls-Faro Express
.ompu ny tor the apprehension of the
robbers, Three mon were a nested (
Monday ai Wichita on suspieiiin. No
ithei traces ol tin- robbers has been
The murdered man v. as about :'.n
years old Ile was only reccntl) mar- i
Kol' the ( losing of the Dispensaries
in ( 'allioun ( 'ouiii> ?
The Orangeburg corresponden? of
Tho New: eud Courier Says " a rum
or has Kilned circul?t lon thal the cir,
ni Orangchurg is responsible for the
dispensais tannie in Calhoun. This
was l>as on a portion of an article
troin the St Mallhow's Correspon
dent of 'The News and Colli iel its
follows: There are said <<< !>e sumo
quio) f"1 Hes ;,t >y?'i l< ii? :he eil.', ol
prhngebhiirg with a view bl injuria?
ibis community and attracting i ra de
io i he tonner city.'
? This correspondent has made dil
?gout search ami inquiry, ' * * > * is nu
?lido to locate any sign Ol' tr?i?e of
i he saul "111001 foiees.' except, per
haps, 'In' prohibition forces, which,
nal ni alb . would like lo see Calhoun
mid every other county in thc State
lor thai inaner, dry, I'JVCH Cn' pro- j
lllbltioli peupl?; so far as is known,
have liol been active in (his maller,
ind if they were, their efforts would
not i.e exerted towards foi mini; any
prejudice II ga in st st Matthew's m
fa vol <?f Orangeburg."
fearful black eye. in 1900 the Ito
liubllcans, having the prestige of
uiccessful war. and McKinley as ,
leader, were practically luipi equable,
particularly when many Democrats
knifed Hi v an Four years lalor a
mini cbo;.en as Democratic chieftain
,"1 the ndVlCQ Of New York newspa
pers and IO ldeaa- New York and its
Interests, was overwhelmingly de
feated. 'This year New York is boost
ing another candidate; making a reg
ular campaign III Ills behalf and
llgainsl Bryan, bul thal man eau not
hope I"' I?' more successful than
Parker, or OVOII to gol th?' New York
volo. If New York would not give
Parker her vote, what chance 1ms a
man of the same type coming from
the VYesI '.'
A year ano Democracy seemed ab
solutely hopeless. Todnyi whl' fl
lender, un inspirer, thai cali t'-reato
enthusiasm, (hat cati reach (he peo
ple, thal is known and respected by
Ibo pobpIO, there is hope myall ls
the only Doinoi at in that C?U8S, and
lt ls useless to attempt io blind tho
people of South Carolina to thal fact.
HY THK INITK? STATUS SU*
Another Notable Opiufou Huudcd
Donn bj tho Highest Tribunal in
Htiilroad Hate Mattet*.
In refusing to grant to Attorney
Gonorul Young of Minnesota a writ
of ha hoot! cot pus releasing him from
Hie penalty imposed by the United
States circuit court for the district of \
Minnesota on the charge ot con
tempt of court in Instituting a pro-1
coeding in a Statt- court for tho cn-1
fortement of the railroad rate law j
after thc federal court bad prohibited
such a course, and in afllrming the
decision of Judge Pritchard of the
United Slate-, circuit court for the
Western district of North Carolina,
discharging from imprisonment das.
H. Wood, a ticket agent of the South
ern railway al Asheville, after he hadj
been sentenced by the Asheville police
court to serve a term on thc rock
pile on the charge (d' collecting for a
ticket on I hat road a greater price
Mian was permitted by tho Slate
Railroad commission, I he supreme
court of the Unilod Slates added
another to a serien of decisions which
have rendered notable the present
term of that court.
In both cases tin? right of the
Stales to lix tates for railroad trans
portation .vas the issue, and both
involved conflicts botwoon federal
and State courts. The decision in
each case was Opposed both to tho
States and to their courts. The
opinion of the court in boin na SCH
Wits announced by Justice Peckham,
ami willi tlo- exception of Justice
Harlan, all the other members of
the court stood behind him in the
Announcement of the court s Anding.
Justice Harlan read a dissenting
?lunion in tin- Young case in which
lie look the view that the suit was
practically a proceeding against the
State and therefore not permissible
under the eleventh amendment lo the
constitution. He therefore character
ized the opinion as era-making in-thc,
History ol' the court, and sahl lt "had
the effect of closing tho courts of a
state against the State itself and
liredlcted that the result would be
disastrous. Tho two cases wore so
dmiiar (hot both practically were de
nied in one opinion. Thc? principal
l)ronouncemenl was made in the
Minnesota ca .?.
KI .Ki "TION CONTESTS.
flu' Usual Negroes Arc Working for
Ibo Usual 1-Vcs.
In speaking of the South Carolina
contested cases before Congress tho
Washington correspondent of The
state says "the usual negroes ure
contesting Hie seats of Lever, Legare
and Patterson. They aro all here
with their attorneys. W. A. Holman?
1). I., linker and M. Rutledge Risers
are here for Le?are, ll H. Moss and
C M j Kind for Lever, and I) S.
Henderson for Rat ters.-m. Rrioleau
lias appeared upon the scene and is
ready io take his seat on Hu- floor
ot Hu- house. Tim election commit
tee i^ settling itself lo enjoy Ibo ar
gument ol' Lawyer Moor er of Orango
onie,, yvlio represents the contestants
foi' Lover ami Patterson's seat. Mool
er is tho UCgro who last lime said he
iiood so high in the l?gal profession
in Orangeburg that he could borrow
money frblU Mr. I!, liait Moss."
ll is lime (bat this farce was called
Off. None of these negroes expect
to gel any seal in Congress. If they
did. not one ol' them would know
v. hat to do with ii I'nni/.ler is abo Ul
ns much 111 io represent this dis
trict in Congres: as one of those "bid
eons baboon" Capers seems to
Know so inmdi about. Then there is
Prioleau, Caper's "hideous baboon."
He ii. either (lodging tho penitentiary
or running for Congress nearly all
i he time. He would make a lovely
member, The principal thing these
fellows are after is the attorney's fees
allowed by Congress. When they get
it they are the happiest set of dar
kles in South Carolina as long as the
Ititi FALL IX MUCK.
nuce Sold I or Thousands Now Sold
The Columbia Stan- says a small
lot on (he south ?do of Lumber Street,
about one block from Hie Coveruor's
mansion, has .inst been purchased by
Mrs. Ca roi ino C. Ml Kl ns from Mr. .1.
Il Sams. The price for the lot was
$1,350. The attorneys exainlng the
nib- say tittil it was Hie loiigcst title
Hie;.- eyer handled the property httv
ing Chun ged hands Pt) many tunes, A
rather nt brest lng discovery was made
by ibo lawyers when looking up the
deeds, lt developed thal many years
OgO, this little hu. with fi small strip
of 'and adjoining, wa? reid for $'H>,
000 In Confed?rale money.
The West Will Be Solid For His
NEARLY ALL FOR HIM.
liidinnna, North Dakota and Illinois
Aro Solid for tho Great Commoner
mid Senil Delegations to Nation
al Convention fledged to His Nom
ination ns the Democratic Standard
Delegates to the indianna State
convention Wednesday afternoon n
district meetings selected 20 district
delegates to the National Convention
al Denver and tho oommmitco cu
rules selected tour delegates at ta .'go.
A majority of tho delegated will
vote nt Denver for the reelection of
Thomas Tagart as tho Indiana ineni
bor of the national committee.
While some of tho district dele
gates were not instructed it ts tho
present announced intention of all
?>0 delegates to suport tho enndlducy
of Willam J. Divan tor the presi
Noctli Dakota Unanimous.
After three hours' of oratory Tues
day afternoon tho North Dakota Dem
ocratic convention unanimously a
doptod resolutions endorsing Willam
.1. Bryan for the presidential nomi
nee, and instructing delegates to volo
for ft ryan's nomination.
The supporters of Gov, Johnson
of Minnesota threatened to introduce
a second choice resolution, hut the
r?solu ton was uot forthcoming. That
part of the resolution relating to Mr.
"Tho Domocrts of North Dakota,
In convention assembled, believing
(hat William Jennings H ryan ..repre
sents the truest typpo -of AnV-rican
citizenship and ts the nat?nif loader
of the reform forces of the United
States of America resolv? that th?
delegates from this conventillo to the
national convention are hereby in
structed to vole as a unit for tho
nomination of William J. Bryan for
the president of tho United States."
endorsed in. Illinois.
Ill a harmonious meeting of the
Democrat ie State central committee
of Illinois Wednesday. W. .1. Brynn
was endorsed for the oresldency In
emphatic language. It was decide*.!
that the State convention should b*
held In Springfield, III., on April 23.
The friends of Roger Sullivan, mem
ber of the national conimltee, wore
in complete control of tho meeting
The only point upon which thor?
appeared to he a division of senti
ment was over tin? manner of select
ing delegates to the State convention,
in tlih-. tho Sullivan men won their
point, defeating the followers of M.
K. DUlop of Jacksonville, lil., who
wanted to pul through a rule re
quiring county conventions to bo
The resolution endorsing Pry an
was adopted hy a vote of 33 to I,
.las. ll Donohue Of Bast St. Louis
hoing t ho only dissenter. Sullivan
voted In Ibo nflirmatlve.
CA lt KNTKHS ItUHiMNO.
Twenty Persons Hurt in UH Accident
At I let roll, Mich., over a score of
people were injured lat** Tuesday
when an Interurban car on tho AUB
Arbor branch of the Detroit United
Railway, bound into the city front
Jackson, Michigan, was derailed by
defective rails near :5 1st street and
ploughed across tho brick pavement
Into a store building.
Tho car was wrecked and the front
of the two-story building was de
molished. 'Twenty people were taken
lo the hospital for treatment and
many others sustained minor injur
ies. 'Two of the Injured are reported
to bo in a serious condition, tine is
Mrs. R. llalladay, of Napoelon, Mich.,
and the other is Mike Rhowlkn, of
THEY WANT BOOZH.
Blown l p Because ll?' Befused to Sell
, At Cen i er Point, Ind., tho Mndgo
business block, containing ti drug
I store, shoe store and barber shop,
willi the Knights of Pythias hall on
the second Moor, was desi roved by
dynamite yesterday. Hardly any
thing but splinters is lofl (d' thc build
The town has no saloons, am! Mr.
Trey, a druggist, bas been Importun
ed often to tum bis store Inio a Mind
llgor, refused, n ls heiloved thai tho
liquor sympnthlfcors who wanted tho
blind tiger established destroyed tho
i 1 utiding Oltt of spite.