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Source: Journal and Herald
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Mob Beats Clergyman”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Springville, New York
Date of publication: 26 September 1901
Volume number: 35
Issue number: 36
Pagination: [4]

 
Citation
“Mob Beats Clergyman.” Journal and Herald 26 Sept. 1901 v35n36: p. [4].
 
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Keywords
lawlessness (mob rule: Binghamton, NY); C. D. Pendell; William McKinley (detractors); McKinley assassination (religious response); McKinley assassination (personal response: prohibitionists, temperance advocates, etc.).
 
Named persons
William McKinley; C. D. Pendell; G. G. Pendell.
 
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Mob Beats Clergyman

 

He Sanctioned an Article in Prohibition Paper Traducing McKinley.

     BINGHAMTON, Sept. 24.—A clergyman, who escaped from the crowd before his name could be learned, was knocked down and beaten in this city last night because he said he sanctioned an article that appeared in the Standard, a prohibition paper published here, which calumniated President McKinley. The mob was after C. D. Pendell, the owner of the printing office where the paper is published, but he escaped in the excitement.
     Pendell’s brother, G. G. Pendell, formerly chairman of the Prohibition county committee and editor of the paper, was waited on by a committee and ordered to retract under threat of being thrown into the street with his entire printing plant. He has made a retraction, which was published in this morning’s Republican.
     Great indignation has been aroused and it is generally declared that unless the Pendells leave town they will be run out.

 

 


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