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Ulm UM~ Axx U[JI E , o j'h (AROzLl",t1A) , VEDN LE j'A JULY 7, 1 I
AND SOTS MORGAN
Tells Interesting Story of
the Two Deeds.
Frantk 11 olt, Fo rmter Cornell listrnctor
Confessed that lie Attempted to As.
slissinnti 31org-en 11nd1 Threw Blimb
III 1lhe Unpit'tl. Formerly Taidit
(erman in Cornell universlity itd
31111n of I':Xcellent Eduetion. Sill's
Ile Ilope'd to Uresenivit Furlthler shill
Glen Cove, N. Y., .July "I.-Frank
lolt, formn er Cornell I nastru 1'tor, who
attempted to assas.;iniate .1. 1. Morgan
It East Isle, .\Ir. .lorgan's s11n1met
lione, near here, today, oifessedt to
nlight that, he was the man who set
the bomb11 whicl exploded inl the k-api
tol at. Washilagton last night.
.\lr. Morgan, the vIet imn of the bul
lets whlh Iloll. ilred today, was said
by specialists at his be(side to be rest
\\*; well tonight. No vital. organ, the
phyysicials an nonllliced. had been in
volved in his injury. The physiehlans.
however, declined to state tile proielst
eat loti #tf M I. MAorgal's woniads.
.lnnits Spio eer Morgan, eldest soil of,
thle flliancler, was asked to define the
c x t, n:it i re., of his inji1es. Afte
confelring with eIl. phyleans young
M%. .\lorian ass'erted that they had de
cided to add nothing to their. previolus
bulletins. At It o'clock tonight, how
eCI(r, it was establilshed that both ilIi
lets penet rated the hilt and one entered
Illiet provalled that Hlit had beeni
conineti'd wit other bob h out tra ces
which have. ha d il the pollee, notably
the tintiding r eeltly of a biomibi on tlw4
grtnds of Andr w Car ngie's ithI avi
nne reSden(e, in New York city. i)
tet ive's prepared to lily Ilolt with11
(luestions all night if ncessary. Thos.
Ti'lniy, 'aptaill of tihe bom1b and all
arcit's squuad of New York;' detev
ftves, 11n( \Vili1n1 E. LIuyster, tile just -
five of the ieace before whom 11(11
las arraigned late today, obtalined the
coilessio To do So, they intimated,
they had to employ so'alled third dc
Description of Iliombtl.
Threo sticks of dynamilte bound to
gether, somei mlatchl heads placed inll
hollow of one of the sticks, a bottle
of sulphuie aid, inl the neek whore
here was inserted a cork, carefully
Imeasilred, and of a kind previolmly
tested-sueii was the hollib which Hol
Plaed inl tle Senate wing of tle Capi
tol at 4 o'Clock yesterday afternoon.
1I1lt ha(d aseertailled by tests that the
cild would eat. its way through - the
cork ii about eight hioutrs. Therefore,
lie estilliated tihat tile hom)1b wonidIl ex
plode about midnight. lie walted at
the union Station, several block from
the Capitol, lie said, until lie heard tile
Then lie boarlded ait train for' New
Y'ork. A rivinig t here lie lost 110 time11
in taking antother'i train1f for Gleni Cove.
Several sticks of the dynlaite, loft
0over trom~ lt ma~kling or theo Wasintg
tonll( l ho, we're in is sil c (ase, and1(
th10s0 110 ttook withi him1.
One' of the sIlks h10 ilaced In huis
hockht w it h t wo loa dled r'evolvers5, for'
ttsv, If nece'(sairy, in hIs mlissionl 0!
t hi \irs i' homeilli. It was$ not tuod
andfl wa.'8 (ound when lie was loc'kr''
to a .'c' o lir'. .\orgain. W'.hen the-'.
thc 1,tm hcr'. told ofl the \\a(i nt o r
lie is ;:':r leyoneh that (if theii o'd'
1ia!y hiamcb mak er.
Under the third dlegreie I oit tiniciri
frel:- o" lis hiombl desiL'ning. Earlier
int~ it:'a lie opoinly adittedl hi' hail
tentlaji of reinajning thete until .\li'.
Mforgan d11d somnetin lg to endl thle Eu -
r'O'ean war1: . lie wan ted M.\Mi'Alor
to plel'vent the further export of war
Th le mean who un foled this tun
iisuoal story of'b hm pilainig and1( at
tentpled assassination11 talked 0(oo)1ly
anld with 11ramillatlc frankness, ie is
ain Amelean cit 1zen, 11nfi Ire bornc
01hout ,Vatrs old1 ann denated far'
ablove thle aveorage. lie had bieen a
PAVING Oll 'T T! (' lN.
oi ,l I as I inistitutiolls Pah 1's.
T :-Luday was dividenl day with the
ball; of Ihe city, the usual semi-an
mual ividilds beint paid out, as rol
Tbe l'e ;es loanL atil IKXchanle
l11:, 5 por ceit onl $00,00 -$!,000.
Enterprisve National lank. .1 per
'(ent on $100.000 -..1.000.
laiirn: National lank, I per enI It
0in1 $50000--$2, (11)0.
I'alIntto lalnl, I per cent on $.i ,000
'in instrietor there in Frenchi. 1Re
ords show ho taiught. Gorman nlusteoad.
Next atunimn lie had expected lo h
lie iieatd of tile dlepartmen of Frch
at the 'South Western Methodi.t li
vei'Sity at Dallas, Tex.
IlI.; vile, a (IlIeliter of 0. P. Sensa
th;ul, presiding 'lder of tlie Dallas
district, of the .\lvihodist P~piscopal
Chlireh South, i,s with hor frather inl
Dla!las. To her1' he addI'!sed a tle
gran after hils arrest felling her that
mnan proposed, htti God disposed, and
badding her to be brave.
11011 told his story In a cell of the
Glen Cove Jail. lie had bound across
his folrlead .a wliIte cloth through
which blood showed from a cut oi his
torelead. Ills grayish eyes spark ed
as le spoke and he talked at Ir ist vith
As the day wore on lie weakened.
The n'inoun t of blood he had lost fr1o:n1
a terriic blow on the iewal, a blow
tha' iiocked him liciscious as he
'rapple witi .\r. .\lorg: and his lot -
Lei in le .\lorgan oln:e, Was g:-ei
and ile ' rail told on himn.
Wei'n n ight (nui.e aitel withIi it li.
conifcesioi of the \Wasling.fIn ou'ra.
Holt was a wreck. H I huddled nek
in at cornlr Il Iti his coll, leathing siard
and apparently colmiatoe. I loweve,
detcctl ves refltits l to lt. hini rest.
They dargged hin1i out to the coridi';:.'
il walked him up and down until his
stibling eet. dragged :stlossly.
Thon Ihey wouild let hi1111 sit dowvn
anld surround imII. They hurIIled w
tionis at hIu so rapidly that at timee
his half' audible repillis' Wiere intir
1ullted by sIcceeadiig 1iquir'is. Sil
he Iefiseld to anusswer. those ijiue';ion s
that he did not walnt. to.
They let him rest a fev mlilnutes 'Id
when he refused to answe'r, pulled lhim
up and began Once lMore the tediuls
praininade, talking to him all (le tile.
Tells Ills NtoiIry.
After two hours of sucli treatnment,
Ilolt. told hils story. Ie( said lie left
Jersey City yesterday morning, arriv
ed in Washington at noon and went to
a house on Delaware avenue and C.
st'ect, where lie rented a room. Before
taking the ferry from New York to
Jersey City lie purchased a supply of
so-called trick matches.
Th'lese matches, I lol t explaIned, were'
of the kInd that ex ploded 01' "poppied"
af(lt'r they were icIlihted. Tlhie popin g
of t he matIclhes, he ex pla ined, furni'ish
ed the (ooneussion whliichI cx ploded the
I lilt said that lie left the house
where lie r'ented a room, taking the
'lynamuite with himn and walked around
lie Caipitol gro(undiis. ie then walkeid
up the steps to the malii entiance of
h('i pta a d tr e tr'jh th
corrdorlie1 spent abouiit half ani
hou i tIhe buiiiling, lie addedl, loo1k
lng for' a spoit to pilace his hombi
whire' its explosion won Id not lijuiie
sway'. lII wentii ba hk to hits roomi lhi
-A~l i and to thle l'ioni ktion iei ,
walkit id abut thle strieet s for a wih-.
Ilhin d''cidid( to write to th nIws'
pap r andL i( the I 'iesidlent i'.' l i j
whyl Ihe had set (lie bomib.
lI' di t his, lie said, ht loire thle hiomib
'x phoh'd anil mialild the letlt'rs duriing
th' -anriv cveing. At th!iis point hei r'
fuired to tell morei0
I )d~n't you ha~ve ani aIc(omp llice?'" lie
"N,"' lie mi t t er wcil"eak hy, "'none
whatever. I di thle w.hole tlhig mfy
self'. I planned It. I ex'cuitei it, no..
body knowIng abioiit it liut myself."'
"Didna't you1 have an ac(''copilee' in
ILh" 'I tiing of thle hiomib ait Wa'shing
"I tel! vou."' ho rep:li-. ''I ,idti
T s 'ivN Two Cam1 fr4 o toil' ''rlnly T .
ilsude'e A !.(en'.lion? .lcr~day.
I'lhe L-/itrens iill teant added Ihw,
More ga ies to It, slIilg of itois
.Ioiday by copying two niln round
i~ctst :mni tlie Tiniity-idtge eC.
teriv of lorse-1hile ('a: ult(ri .
ir .n1 re '!'d in a s aor of 0)
I. Cottch and Iirmges: belng tle hat
tIry for the lo'ralS. all .\Voclk r nd
Parniett. for the T iiy td er, Inl
the second game tie score was 3 to I
in favor of the locals again with the
same hattery working. For Trinity
lI aitinit and Boyd worked In the after
nOOn. Tlhv slellar feature of Ihe ga me
was the heaving of Couch, who ail
Ioved only se'ven hits Ill In e I w(o
11-- (C1a1ne Saturday.
Thl'ie LJain-oens Milll tem will plav tho
Xare Shoials tniii oil tile Laroens Alil
nIrik s" arday afternoon. WVolfF, fori
l.-)itrn and Whar1tonl for Wavre
Shoals, both star college flingers. will
faCef pach othier oii the fir'ing line. A
!ieaIt gaine is expeeted.
Oiy to St. Pai1.
Clerk of Court C.A. Power will
leave tomorrow for St. Paulii, MIinl., to
at tend tle Sover Ign Camp convention
of the Woodmen of tle World, le he
ing aii ex o1lli(io delega te from the
South 4ar'olina juritlAi-ion. lie will
he Jol ined by other 'nibers of thel
dltileafion M ( .lintfol. In addition to
St. l'a ll. lh y will vi.I itolie citi'e of
the we4- , . n lu In - IKan114as City
Omahla. ChkiLa n andi i 'in ttI.
To 11,d.04 hi' lee
8.- wa rf and .1. .. \wison, o
Cr C. 0. ttof C11,n-lesIon,
anI '. I. Webh. orStatevi'v N.C..
all high oil(01 te lsin t he .1l un111,:- 0Or0.
- rc N lovhanlio.', will V:m) W V
L.aurens, today to Confer wflh Mir. V..
1'. Thlonlon, St~ate Counse4~lor, ov-sr
plans for. like state eounclil, whlichl 1:s
lo be lwI in (lubia I nn:i
Inf1ant ('hild4 Died.
The ilifant Vild)1 born to Mir. il
Mr.". R. lemring Jones Friday oven
ing llVed but a few hours, ;),*In g
awa ' e*rv.ntly Satu1rda:.y linornin-i. Th
bcdy was laid to rest in Ile laitrons
conieIery Satiriday, a short heri'' be
ing (ondeledI byhRev. C. P. ln::inda.
.Mds l'u1111man1 to Service,
Iffeel ive .111y3-, 2. he C. & W\. C. ra il
1road placc-l in seriVe hot welin .\II:-,Is
Ia and Ashevile a l'ullman huffelt car
Cori tle enellt. of the s 11111101, rv .
Thle schledulle calls for a daily except
S(Inday service, provid ing throu gh
l'ua111111 n rlansporta tion to Ienderson
ville, Asheville and Intermediate
points and connecting with trains for
Lake Toxaway, Brevard, Cincinnatti
and other western points.
TIhe indilent ionsx heing that not
enIough cases wvou (1lie oin the coiurt
'a lenidarI to juistify hav~ing the termi of
('oulrt whiiich was to hiave Coinvenled
.I ly I-ith, the terim has bieen called
off. It is piossile that ai few elility
caises Wi bI e ariguied biefor th Ile pri
xidinlg judge, but n0 juriy cases wit!
that livre are nowi~ fewer cr-imi i:'
andil civil ('a1s's to( I'om( uip for' trIial
1id ith1ig1 a very' lilalthy staIte o0,e
firs Iin the lollnty.
.\r I I .1bo h o 1w -eas waii
b ik v W. l. ill I ! i i l iver
I Ita i ila 14'1:-i'monila coil
-r h ilaa h in' :i addre:' . hia
.\Iir. l'bo li not area'vhse but a\ i'n
C. W. .\I.-('iavy 0f this city, d1(iat
bro' hometi ini Clinion ThuiisdayV after a
short ii!n1ess. She was5 buiied1( tih'
Ia .s. Shei li suiv d bei hrler' hilsbanii
V. WY. 3 i: D ict in~ gYin'.'iiic
c , *it c cc I t I
ti I Iion I of of I I ., (th de:th cf:'
n, of \' m ho' Ir o 1 -,
netc 1-11 ff yb
I ' \' I\ I c ir ii,:I - ~i l '.uiclc a
(N. dh 0 af ,i homne in \\im".he.
. r .. Frida'y-, .111n14 1.st , 11 1 eN vI
born at laurens, S. C.. bit. nioved 11o
cnfitucky thirty-five years ago.
"Alr. mAlhini's secolin wvifo \va
itc.;eiphine tn!)nsby, of Newher-ry, ard
: it.er of Al s. N. 1'. )uIInha of I'l.
ir. 3lilait was a geitlemiin or IV.
old schil, Ind w:s held in high et
feri by all who knew hiilit."
3.Irs. i. 31. 3nre:er Deil.
Alr.-;. l. .\l. larler, ai eslit ue wo
man.1 i of, Ile Ge iic'Imi Section did
suldnly during last Tuesday night
and was not disoveird until the next
niorin i hg. She retired in good liii
'I' Tesilay n;ght, so he i dentlf I cme a
a grea "howk to her relaiives ai
filinl. The body wIs intlerrei in
l'"1.lh church cimtiiry \edinslaty
a tfirei, the servicvA being itlargely
w' :ded. She i.-; survived by her
hnI and i ,-;(v n chibiren, weidei
1h:- moql hr, at brother aind severalI sh;
The iX cyliin!eir autoin ;jile of i-.
.1. ii. Tlgie wII as ali i Idesr o I iby
a ftr' alunif itmiuightc lastfiue:d
Ight. it i Ithou t, I ha t I ] ile a!,w
V. (1 ttti Ic y l cc slIccI L ( !ICltil 01
V- ta \aied'S by a ahc rt. 1 c icufit aof
i ir w i r 4 i s . In iaId ion to ti, iu
lti;e, iltwo !,it y " h on t* iitg )
thec lii ; : , Te n b ys w re .11..o L r'
v.d1. TIo : t" Ia.rtmen t V -c spom
r ii y o !b ci : . fit; Iti ar an ved "ti
prt Ioises !'ro Ii 1,:1 1:1(.;- damai~ge.
L.eg:l SUleS 3!0inlay.
The follow.ing ale were Inm'de I.
ihe sheriff .Monday, \ilil was tihte
iu r iiontihly sailesday:
lionw' Huiling and l an .\smocia
tion v- S. T. Taybwi, I vo lots oi tilit
e.\tenionl or North liarpelr ''e-c(,
Xure;,if t f the plii i I for t:,c0.
Tax execmidjiOI .cgatins. .1. .1. .\lc
Swain, \\. \\. Smi0h It am11 \. ,I. S Il
lan, 17 acres of Iand ('n i a1 d rui vr.
to WV. It. \ecCuon, $:3--.
P1HIACH('llD S I I ONGR S Ill 310NX.
;I,1ss -Night lit flamp11tol .Ave. 31eiho
dist4 Church lRev. .1. It. T. 311ajorm
Deliered a Most Powerlfll Sermon,.
Taking as his text "For we al!
Shall Stainl Before the .1udgment
Bea t of God," list nlight, act the llam np
ton Ave .\lethodist. church, Iev. .J.
it. T. mlajor delivered one of the most
powerful se'ion s ever heard In that
church'el. Owligs to lthe inelemenyV oif
the wieather the conigr'egaition was
not as large as itI woild 1h ave lieen.
I ter. .\ajor handle1 (d is 15 rmon mticciias
(1efulIly, everyone In I le chuiirch lie
ing intensely initeresiedl in the sie
Thie spec(ial serv'ice's ati this chmin
V.ill irobblyc i. close after' 'Tieci.
eVening scriace. S(ervi'ce toinigic i
N:S andcii t hniocrrowi aiitirnao atL
lIe'.. .iajor' hacs fot' his text itmorrict
is hopa1 c ltat a larcge c-ccntcreaiIhi
w cillc Iu tiichearhitix~
Gr .nv lle li oi. ci cu
[ic irst ilisi cihuirch, is notw inc ai.
ti~e hocsptl Ic cunderging fcc-ia cc
io a n Sii fitfecin t o fith thro t. \
fori Iromet( time bt lhts (cnt inudcc cc
I trk. lis nunwrotu'-cts friccnds, 'I:
and withti h is' icong eg tio , o
.\l ;an .\ rs. 'l'c'ct ITt mi pci'f, and
\\*'cIdniccdai. .\lter fth' ceemcony thc'
lceft. for' (Chatlestonu wheret tey spcc;c
,their honeyiiooin, cretuccrinig Sccctce.
'Thec bride is ai veiy att iraici v oune
lady ltosseissinig :c widec circle
Itricnds. Mi'. TIa.yloir is employed-c in h
herie ac Is I htl f.-,c- a rile i .
('1le ratio s 1, pi I I J
I :4! ;44 n. 2: ) wa.; nuitly oh
wif ( ! Ior t ' 1
Satu~i y a ..] thoe th Isaure.s
inioll.\ n a . T , x be at L:1-11h
444 ~ ~ ~ Y 11 j( '' 2 4' 1 ii
' v. n- r ale4ah'l a11141
I. : '44 4' I4 '' ill. '11 .2 li
w<101 re .e 1a Ioi suc Ilesil.
.i *I J, ; rhi. :;:nh
po . I In- 1a un n.4 in t spend
.\ ih- 14l( \'.a2e o I A141. 2 I-a 'e
(4121(I() t4y - ~ ~ l ollg pI eole
a 1, hav e 'h ' hivme
fr : :4 ' I:(1 v ol ii ( r i g 1 1 d...2
f:1 4 J. , h' he 1:111 iens
* (::<l 4y . 44 o 'f l t h i y o u r . p e o p l e
o ;a-' mi'nni ro'
k! I > 1h i-il r wmsile poitn in
CPO'' Y,,4 41 '1-1 411 l .1411
4414 (24 0t"'IL"
f ,. 4: ; 4 J 4(
in . u!:-S l iIn,
hD", nson h a ti :"w! .
111- :41n ( - 5i t14 4 :''v. :2 .l, . h
ova d e 1:;1., o eni..g o
cIae11 i t wxv . nal-( te ronil we
.\ Oil -111. y I oh . l : 1 of ;run on ca -i
.pu a - ''1 1 :1 a .: ; Illa - I'I N w. fI
I .)i a1 I \ 11i r n In' I I v 44 t '.
Sh oola T4 r\ 1411 1 4' (iS l It( I I -e i 41 .le 1
.\ l. 11 l ho 11(1( 11 il4V -1 y 1(1
t u ant t01'10e or 0 'nt i <1 . u to'
Ilf La rn ln edol - f e u a~ol l
d:rct o 1 4' C m t :on l or f'r
the n O ing year. h i c sIon n ili
I',' lo-dlld~ ti4141 l~e I-Illes j, i'esecrlbod
orsi g .ne 11 4N'tion , so th:a. (!ver
voter ust come amed wit his ax
veheipt ian r: ist-ration colficate.
'11( l'br n e atho - (ls ol.,kn'''I
On: i. 1ll "'4 Ith , he ; Ia ofe thel ( 1n
I lign'41 in't in at)4:4 1:ko' t, th e \\ 'm -
blecue toy wich thell'( fo ie11 it11(invite5
Thi 1e 44'''i atIi-: 1: 1-: (2TION. 1W5
Ilhls' :'41" Trustees 'to be1 I0:leti A11
(' r the.4~' 4' 2n \\:4y T\ntorron . (,
Pursuant to a' not\1iheishe b
th u erne ie i o I;duca124) an4244
cletio wil b hed 4i evr school
clitrit o'th1 o nty tom rro for4''4
the uirpse o elctin trutee for
the co in ye r. Th e '.ton w44' ill:1
n1 ' lurens No 1,w lbepacd
wil be'' 10'- a th schoo houses.('4
(lo4 4 1 4'' I . ' .Th '' !4n e r ( or the' city
- iil l:2 2 1. 212"' ''4 .2 hip.
('1121 I 2 i ma 44' thatI ther
11'(I (14' 1441 144z:t '4.1.2
Ih lit' dI (( 4 ) 24 4H24444 '. 11'I 444
el11 te i nl.'44 ', i -m . e a4t'! al4 m o
su141c a 42hor. 2:d mt2 th . . n
2 hoahl be" h4 in, . h2:...noast
oil W:r-path *Prop~cr"t.
IN LAURENS COUN'y Y
ALL_ NEX I V "EK.A
Th Ofcial n I llrr'y of I(lir Ain lres.
'ianna! (' npi;n, ':a1, f 'i e;, .
11h4 ('ii GY La ,r'ens on r~i 1 '~1
.1 iiu1 1 fh. I 'a id ai 111alt' A -
illi the verj:I'd els t
A lII - l' h '.' k.100 a h v
s sn nt of $1.701 .11n1 are ;-* ! h
fled to declare thir ,u.i(h -
the olice to the voter.i :w Wi
cial (allpaign, which Ieganl
1l'inber the, rulling of III( li
ocratic executWivo volilil'n t
viledges or th candl' .i.at
have bween filed by noonl olIlv., Ty
a re: 1. C. C'[a k wood, 1A Sj :11-'
Roiert J. (la t, o r :
W. John-,n, of' I'niem; A. 11. i er
o(' (Gr"er; it. A. morgan of ;1 r i illo
anld Meall.1. Nichcil-4, 0i' a a -
T ir's# (Icinm.r, e I:(.
1Im will he homl (n11
os l ire tion wvill i. il:1 o j
11:1, (('oiion onil h 3;
oser the enire luh.
The 11ileial itinervry of
gresioil u ly i
vountits i com sing th .!,.-(a
I,( I Io \-;,:i
Iibs, !y 2.
(Ga lt F prings, July 9.
Union, Juily 10.
Cinton, illy 12.
('lito Cotllon Mill, ni.h 1 127
Cross Hill1, ,[inly 1:3.
Ek'lin, .luly 14.
llickhory Taver~n, Jully I;-.
Grayt Coiur, .1uly I1.
W Mta Aills, nlight, .uy i
L~aurens C. l.. , y111 17.
Al .IX AIL ill, night, Ju tly iti.
Tigersville, Jully 22.
Gr eenle ly ' 2t.
t impslillicl he, jilly ili.
3 partanburg Ci' 13niy.
\'ietor .\Mills. Greer, .uly 2G.
Campohelo, 1111y 27.
Clhesnee, ily 28.
Paillinlle, Jlily 29.
Cr-oss Ancbor, .July :W0.
Spartanburg, JuIly 31.
Spoke ait Wont ol'rY.
All six of the candidaesaear
(fr a large rowi d of vo- r at an
time tht al tohaniditeshv
poke n oether(1'I in l Sprln lr
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