1894-11-13 - Lee Shelton

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m In to in all !s at exclte- of ex'-tremely Durlne- " OX- FKACTUHED HIS SKULL. Lee Sneltwa Beats l llrmry Clay With a Revolver. Lee Shelton and Henry Clay, two negroes, got Into a dfspute at 1:30 a. m.. In Xat Sbel-ton's Sbel-ton's Sbel-ton's saloon. 714 North HJjth street, and In the fight which ensued 1-ee 1-ee 1-ee Shelton assaulted Clay on the head with a revolver. Inflicting a number of scalp wounds. Clay was taken to the City Dispensary, were It was ascertained that In addition to the other Injuries he had sustained a fracture of tne skull. He re-lusedto re-lusedto re-lusedto so to the city Hospital and was tanen to his home, 10OT North Twelfth street, l.ee Shelton wns arrested by Officers Hunt and Hoxernan of the Third District on the charge of assault to kill. TOOK HIS M0BET. Charfe Made bv Mehlas Sell Affalnet Kittle Crosby. Kittle Crosby, an Inmate of an Immoral resort at 522 Clark avenue, was arrested at 6 a. m. by Officer Dalton. on complaint or Nicholas Bell or 203 South Broadway, who alleges that while In the company of the Crosby woman, he was relieved of $40. The money bas not been recovered. A warrant for grand larceny will be applied for by Bell. Negro Ex?daa to Liberia. , New To'bk, Nov. 13. -O. -O. L. Johnson of Hot Sprlags and eleven other negroes, old. young, male and female, arrived here yesterday yesterday via the Kansas City, from favannah, Ga. They are members of the International Emigration Emigration society, founded early this year hy Itlshop Turner, and are the vanguard of the proposed exodus to Liberia. Tne society Is said to number 4.000. lhe twelve arrivals are a committee to arrnnse for the reception of a lartce number of negroes. President Cheeseman of the promised land has, it is said, promised Immigrants farms and tools. The first lot of SOU is expected to leave next month. t llllarn DUlen'n Boar. Benton, Mo., Nov. is. The body of Wm. Dillon, which was found In the river at Wray's Landing; about Not. 1 and burled at Benton, has been exhumed and taken to canton. Mr. Dillon was a member of the Canton Mnsonlc Lodge and had J2.000 Masonic life Insurance. Fell From a Train. Emanuel Harris, a negro living at 910 Norm Eleventb street, was stealing a ride. It is said, on an Iroa Mountain trala Monday, at 5 p.m., when he fell off at Levee ana Washington Washington avonue. -One -One of the wheels passed n.r Harris' irt inot. lnlurlng It badly, lhe Injured man was sent to the City Hospital. Old fct. V B-ergaaoaFhamiary B-ergaaoaFhamiary

Clipped from St. Louis Post-Dispatch13 Nov 1894, TuePage 6

St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri)13 Nov 1894, TuePage 6
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