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WILSON, N. C., JAN. 16, 1896.
Another Chapter of Bribery acd I
MORE COMPROMISES WITH CRIME.
w3 1 C7 w
The Keeper of a Disorderly IIouso Declares
That She raid Sums of Money at Fre-"
qucnt Intervals, aud When She Refused
on One Occasion Was Arrested.
PniLADELPniA, Jan. 8. Tha testimony
at yesterday's session of the senate investi
gating committee was of a decidedly sen
sational nature, and was directed against
tho police in Mayor Warwick's ward. th.i
Fifteenth. A number of policemen and
ex-policemen wora examined, the latter
having all been discharged since last
August's delegate election, when the ad
ministration opposod Senator Quay's elec
tion as stats chairman. The witnesses not
only told of the active participation of the
police of the ward in politics, but charged
that Sergeants Green and McManus were
partner during the latter part of 18W ia
maintaining a house of 111 fame on Qreaa
treat. Ex-Policemau Janiea W. Naylor
fave this information, and said he wai
also a partner. Ha said th place broke
up in about three months, and that ke and
the sergeants wert compelled by the wo
man who conducted the place, Molly
Blanchard by nam, to pay her money
under pain of arrest.
Charges were also mads against House
Sergeant William Francis, the nonten
ant's son, of intoxication while on duty
and bringing liquor into the station house.
Ths testimony against the lieutenant was
in the main bearing on his activity in the
It ia being claimed by friends of the
committee that attempts are being made
to intimidate certain witnesses who are
expected to testify. Yesterday Lawyer
Pettit was in court and had the notorious
Julia Crow's cae postponed for ono week.
She is under indictment for keeping t dis
orderly house, and will give sensational
evidence. Ex-Policeman Davis, who tes-
titk-d before the committee that he
nited without passim tho
examination, and who wr.sarre
day held in $1,:0D
i was t'arachied.
;iu. '.. Tho s-enat? into-'
held an! her sensa
: i r' v.'h ' 'l daaia -e
:r:a!nst a de-
forperju,-y, was vest
' J bail for irah wkld
() FiH.AD a. J
i -7 V LV' tio-iioty.e
h i " """ r ! I'vf.vo ia :)-:-l:a At ;::e: i ; ihnr.i's of-
,xJ -'.---' l,vts, vsho ,;e:a auion-
X; v V 1 alii,' s o I..;- :,: si:wt in ice'h
A . V" va t a ' '.Vi; ,-. -li;it.i- ijoiii-) had
) 0 j b-v: of a .i cv:.-. ,i-t-'i- f..i f.Voat-tv.T
I y---'t i'-.i'i pvli':' ivv.4 v-;do a good
' '. V ! tior- s:;'- o! Ik" ,Sho cilr-il to hav-.
v- v j.-ii'ul iY-l'v.-:-:'! Sh'-lci1 -jr.ir.li su:m of
-tfV. n..orn.fr...i.rtti?u,rrals. ?b.j rcid
V.CV liim Uio:i ' t.rn, whi:r.v.tp..'n rhj was
s f V arro-s: d. i.:hi w:u usr-r brcu'jht to tri.vl.
( V j . howesr, au.i on Ixir.--r.-lcaird, after sv on
.t V v clay.; in j ail, ehrt na'd ?1C-:) to Bccwiv Bura-
V ficla s.nd a l2ry:ir namsd Hutt.
Ex-Policoia.n N&jlr javs a-cldiwional
ioua -r ill fain;),
a pr,-iy LrunjtS;s,
The Cash Racket Stores,
NASH & GOLDSBORO STS..
J. M. LEATH,
fct--s-jaats Groa aal Mo-
LIanu.3 ia mxiniarr a
MlM X jIII Lli,
jid o&b-sr vfltn.-i-i.v VistiilaA t3 tha ua-Vr-m-i!i'd
arr t of VLxi L!i dating ila-j
Jat'J rrjrcst car siri.'c.
PaiLiDHU'Ul Ja-a. 13. Tha scutt l:i
Yf stit.ting coJinuUt yjterda tcuchad
tha Twanty-lila polloj district aud
brought to th aurfac-i cur.rcflj of corrup
tion ag-iiait Special Ofilccr MarSin and
Policrjinan Copj and Dixon. Thj charge
vrero mad by os-Polloemaa look. Slook
w&ii discharged from fcha foro In 1833, af
ter ten years' service. lie testified to the
prevalanco of "spaak eiiea" and policy
shops in tho district. Ha referred to one
of the formo7 kepft by a maa named Slo
gan. The placo was raided and the man
vr a3 held for cours. Tha evldsnc aalasS
him wsj obtained by Cope aud Dixon.
Ia the city hall one day, the witness
gald, Charle3 Binder, a bottler approached
8polal Martin, in Slook's presenoe, and
afkod tht the ease be squashed. Binder,
the witness said, then gave Martin $600,
which was given to Cope amd Dixon. Sub
sequently Slook and Martin yisited Bin
der, and ia two visits received $150, Slook
jetting half from Mftrtlm.
Binder, belnj placed oa the stand, ad
mltted giving Martin the latter amouats,
but said It was simply a loan. These same
charges have bsea made publlo eefore aad
led to MarUa s arrest. Tke ease was ealled
eevea or eight times and was finally dis
posed of through the statue of limitations.
The remainder ef the ceraralttee's ses
sion was devoted to individual ease of
police abuse to oltlseas, aad partioipatloa
Philadilthia, Jaa. 11. Yesterday's
session of the senate investlgatloa eom
mitW wai devoid of any sensational rt
sults. Several ex polloemea told f po
litical assessments being levied, and other
witnesses told of the prevalence of "speak
easies" and of policemen abusing eltisens.
Lata Thursday night Mayor Warwick
Issued a public statement in which he de
nounced the committee's method of tak
ing testimony as being unjust and un
American. The mayor felt that the ac
cused should have an opportunity to de
fend themselves, and he intimated strongly
that factional politics entered largely into
Lawyer Pettit replied to this yesterday,
before the committee, and said that the
accused would all be giren an opportunity
for defense, and that the committee would
be glad to receive advice and suggestions
from the city officials. This was followed
by Lawyer A. S. L. Shields asking that
the committee permit him to cros3 exam-
me witnesses wno had made charges
against clients of his. The committee said
it would discuss the matter next week,
and then adjourned until next Thursday!
Ex-Policeman Naylor wa3 arraigned be
fore Magistrate Sou, h yesterday on a ' -n A l d T xi n n
charge of perjury preferred bv Servant eariUl batterings 01 Me UrCWS 01
Piichards. Reference to the official tesH.
mony showed that Naylor had made no
charges against Richards, and it was fur
ther shown that the warrant had been
sworn out on the strength of newspaper
reports. Naylor was released from custody.
Reported Invasion of Venezuela.
Caracas, Jan. 9. News of grave im
port has just been received from the Guay
ma frontier. The government; is notified
that troops, with iiU) and cannon, from
Demararu have arrived at Cuyuni, a sta
tion at the extreme limit of the English
claims in the disputed territory, and the
scene of the Yuruan iucident, where En
glish ofliciaU werj arrested by Venezue
lans. The number of the invaders is un-
3ertain. Some of the papers say there are j fir malted English ship Jer.Mette Ctvan
Two Wrecked Vessels.
SIXTEEN ME2T MEET THEIR DEATH.
One Crew Imprisoned on aKocky Coast fr
Ten Days and Another Afloat in an Open
Boat for Four Days Serious Condition
Seattle, Wash.." Jan. 13. Ten day of
FVifferin? from coll and privation on a
rocky blu IT, during whkb timo r.even of
thft crew, including the captain and nu;i
met; their death, and tho other mate aud
sojimen mt with with K-rrible acculcnts,
! t-elis the tale of the wrecking of the big
aver a thousand, but
tandred Guiana police
that i-4 probably an
.in poasibly a few
MARROWLY ESCAPED CREMATION
Vouaj Mh 3ax Cirl ly F.ormtnfr a Ku-
Sturoso Bat, Wis., Jan. 13. Fire in
the reideuce of Banker James Keoyh, at
tn early hour yesterday morning, came
aear resulting in a tsrrlble holocaust, and
bs it was four members of the family and
the domaktie were badly burned, and one
Wfverely cut with glan. Mr. Keogh waa
ill, and the shock and burns the received,
it is fearad, will cause her death. Mr.
Keoh saved four children by heroic dashes
through the flames.
Upstairs were two daughters. When
awakened the downstairs part of the house
fc'as ablaze, but one of them rushed down
and out of doors, receiving only slight in
juries. The other feared to follow and
broke the window to call for aid.
By this time the young men outside had
formed a human ladder several high by
standing on each other's bhoulders, and
were enabled to rescuo thej distracted girl,
who was badly cut about the body in goc
tiugout, beingchul only in her nightdress.
on iincouver island, otherwise known as
the Bone Yard of tho Pacific ocean. The
news was brought to this city yesterday by
the tug Tyee, which had but a few 3iou;s
before iaa l.'d fourooeti members: of th
crew at Port Town-end.
The tug Tyco hightod the wreck on Sat
urday afcernojn. The was running
pre;ty high at the time the tug hove to.
A portion of the crew could be s;'en on top
of a high bluff, on which a tent h:id been
pitched. A fcight met the gaz-i of the rts
A Notorious Swindler Captured.
New York, Jan. 11. Paul Brigham,
alias Georgo Watson, alia Charles J.
Bartletr, alias David Coleman, alias "The
General," one of the oldest and most no
torious swindlers in the United States,
was arrested last night. It is claimed that
he attempted to swindle the carpet and rug;
firm of White &' Spate, the jewelry firm
of Theodore Khn & Son. the legal firm
of Hoadley, Lauterbach & Johnson and
the New York Hollow Ware company out
of large sums of money. Ilrigham's usual
method of operating was to represent to
different business men that lie wished to
purchase an interest in their plants for
$50,O.X). He succeeded ia getting consid
erable sums of money, but the suspicions
of ilr. Spate b-dug aroused an investiga
tion and the arrest followed.
The New Itiifsliin Minuter.
; New Yoi;k, Jan. l;;. Count Kostecky,
the newly apjioiuted minister of Husnia to
the United r t i;es, arrived with a retinue
. of tli ret: men servants and two maid ser
vants on La Champagne yesterday, and
took ai-pc-iiii car for Washington. Count
llofstecky was until recently tho Russian
' minihU'rti Stiittar:, Wurtemburg. Count
Koritecky is ver 50 years of age, grey,
j ehort, slender and a born diplomat, who
i has traveled much with the present czar.
idme. Kofctccky did not accompany htx
General Kyta Captured.
Ban Salvauok, Jan. 11. The Dairo
cuers that will not be forgotten for years i del Salvador publid-e.s a tptoial drf patch
The Kentucky JVnistovshlp,
Fr.AXKFoiiT, Ivy. J:in. i i
r.o.'uj'iatiou of Senator H! .ehi.-'iri
Democratic caucus and
Seated about the fire were thirteen men,
all wearing an expression of utter hope
lessness and misery. Fir.it mate Charles
Legal 1, who wa3 lashed to a boatswains
chair, sutfering from a fractured leg. told
Mate Hall of the Tyee, the story cf th? dis
aster. He said the Cowan came from Cape
town, South Africa, for RojTal Roads, B.
C, and was 108 days out when she reached
Cape Flattery on Dec. 19. There was a
terrible storm oil the cap 3 and the vessel
stood off the cap:i two days bjforu trying
to come in. Then hhe wai driveu quickly
to the northward by a strong southwest
wind and sought shelter in the treach
erous waters of Barclay sound to avoid be
ing driven a ,kore oa soaio more exposed
Tho sound r,'?rdl but liUl'? fh 'Iter,
c:rl lilts iv.ii u-1 oa tfi ' rcc'.s a- ii x'
from San Jose, Co-ia Kica. Ktating that
General Excta and the members of his ex
pedition have been captured. They were
eff Punta Artnua Costa Kica, when
taken into custody, atid are held there sub
ject to tlie orders of the San Salvador government.
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ir: t !ic IvCivioiican c:;uc
!i. ic.ii U fo. 'c u".
"hbnni a::. I !.m frh-c ' .
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if-er the as
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lilt ... .i.o:;is at .frpirt.
NEwroKT, R. 1., Jan. 13. .Mr. and Mrs.
O. H. P. Bdmont, the latter the divorced
wife of W. K. Yauderijilt, v, ho were mar
ried in New Yoi k on Saumlay by Mayor
Strong, are atM r. B-dmont's place, Ikd
court, where they will reinaiti lor a few
days. The couple will sail for Europe on
Jan. Z:). Tliey will meet tho Duk. and
Ductless of Marlborough in Italy, and tho
ill go to ail
:ro- i f- ly a rc! ii:m.
: 1 1
i Cl.U i
luiv the nfY
a :o ci
:h-o.t. the t.va i
phv.-s ti:icd, the
Cbtsi la lj;usia of Monor.
Baltic oris, Jtn. lis. -Mra M;-.:ti V.
.:'iflisr, ?if cif-Frank A uglier, a cl.Trav
t'.tiit.r aad pool rocjj p.i-nr?etor, f.hot
Ci.'ijiw II. Parser, 23 yfr old.
Ivtvlt; iViacuic? comnanr, ta
is ft? r iia3:anu :uri' lis ih
. . : Mica
. a a I
: i J !.! --
c a.' out of
; the p rol
P&rker tran t'-kan to ih t
Cttr io'M, rruy?9 ke died. Mr-. An
pt lirr tara ehoS. PrtrV4r in dfTsritie o!
liir Ion or, h 9 'aaviaj; aHrr?Vtd i.-n;ropar
iiifvti vfii'a hi'-r. itra. A:-jlir std her
hurnd wsvi held by the c'jrmr's jury
oa a eharj of mufda? in the Hj'A df.'jt'ee.
Tw-tuaoey aiducad wfcicla tf?atlvd to
eLw tliat hHij.ad hd surptvtsil his
wife of iiiAjrupsr eondaci with I'arksr, and
that Isad snhl h rculd nevfr believe in
her innocence till Parker was dead.
isi an f''M V
. S d.ai. 11,
yiz-ri f the iv.r.f tiurviv'
th;; iil fa-cd stiv;rn.r
fou- davs :-eio' tav ?R
i;-v od to the fj.hii ;
va i .
pVcr r.re jd'tjord
til -ir bo.".t landed z
noon tii-y T; rc n
The nuir.fi of th-
i :o r-
i" the crew of
K.d'ncf. tlur'.njr Uis
an oj.-tn boi-.t cs-
vdy "! ;-erj..s-
Ch-a o v.
. V 1
ia a helpijS
ran, V. ,-A--
o-rv::ioty o " .rv .; a-. . :
i'.d.o t A itv a . ! ia '
pafth :patd. This ; c:: i tiota
nc"! will give a : a ; v---.
Terrible Work of Irciit'
has. v'idiam Ic-t-vai
d Asa-. S. Bu.sh
a ai - i- d into th&
. Tee i.'iati.'rural
o and watr
ion at the
K'-cnd of- !
fleer, badly frozen; Fry I Iiaderva f
Sweden, loa'svain, foet frozen ; Noah Ap-
Nkv.' Orleans, Jan. j:?. ih
ris. a wliite M'.i!r)iid haad, aad
wli'e nut Yatii a U-rrii
laidBh'ht. They livitl in
the West Wto wharf o
IV.eiile, a few miles nbov
opp bite side of the river!
to the boat, and both n
burned to Oal&j.
cdo-I of Newronndlnn 1. feet frozvnt Lld-
Soveraer Charjsd with Malftasatiee. vard Wilkin-en of Great Yarmouth,
Pecxxix, A. Jan. 11. Governor England, badlv fr.-fn -and not likely to
jHuchss stands stands charged with of- recover; John Peterson of Denmark,
licial corruption, and h:s personal reputa- ja:nes Baker of New Foundland, Henry
tioa for integrity and honesty is unpeacned
by a report of the last grand jury. Glacial
at boat n:?-ir
. T.-xas and
city, on thv
( mob net lire
od wife were
Noble of Belfast, F. E. Steven -on of Port
laud. England, and William Hasar of
crimes of malfeasance are alleged. Terri- , London, an apprentice boy, 11 years old,
torial Auditor Leitch and Myron H. Mc- are badly frozt n. One man could walk
when the boat landed, the ret being car-
Cord, an ex-Kongreismian from Wisconsin,
are also implicated. These three consa-
ried to neighboring houses and cared for.
tute the territorial board of control, the j seTeral of the survivors will lose arms or
two associates being appointees of the l iegS
governor. The grand jury report alleges The men state that the Ealing struck a
misappropriation of territorial funds. r rocfc BOoUt f p. m. on Monday, in a dense
vapor, while going at quarter ppeed. Half
an hour afterwards it was necessary to
The Aitnatioa ia Havana.
TAMFA, Fl., Jan. 13. Passengers ar-
TAMl-A, if 1. Jan. id.--x ivs.engprs ar- j tb boatg ftS thg ghip wa8 Kettlinjf
riving from Cuba report that Koloff s j . t an , f . ve hrB.TV Thpv Wftr.
band has passed over Puents Grande the , driren flf njUfg tQ sa Soon &t9T dHy.
tig bridge near Havana. The Spaniards . u . t OQ Tu?gday two of th firemen suc
had stretched heavy chains across the eumbed to the eaposure. During Tuesday
bridga te prevent the passage of cavalry, ! Captain Meei ftna a fireman nam?d
but this Aid not deter the insurgents. Tne j wlson dSed Thurf day morning the first
Havana theaters have suspended, and the j enginver died, and later in the day three
ItM opera wnica nas ju arnvea wm , others expired.
not play. The Produce Exchange is rorm
1b g lve battalions for the defense of the
ity, aad a double guard now surrounds
all the government building.
ItockafHw's Brlf Freedom.
WiLXESBARnx.Pa., Jan. 13. Ex-Banker
J". V. Rockafellow, who was sentenced to
wa and a half years for embezzlement,
was released from the Eastern penitentiary
yesterday, his sentence having been com
muted on account of good behavior. He
will be rearrested at once on twelve other
warrants. Rockafellow is destined to
spend the reet of his life in the peniten
tiary, unless he breaks the mask of eecrecy
behind which he has so long withheld the
facts concerning the loss of the $472,000 of
his depositors' money.
Johnson's Oriental Soap is far supe
rior to all ether so called medicinal
soaps for cleansing the skin and beau
tifying the the complexion. Two large
cakes 25 cents at Hargrave's.
Yesterday noon, jusl as they caught
sight of land, the ninth of their crew, an
apprentice named Gilroy, died. Thesa were
all consigned to the 8ea as they died, to
keep the heavily iced boat from sinking.
When hind was sighted Uilroy died. With
a prayer they consigned his body to a
watery grave at the entrance of Canso
The sugar-coating, which makes
Ayer's Pills so easy to take, dissolves
immediately on reaching the stomach,
and so permits the full strength and
benefit of the medicine to be promptly
communicated. Ask your druggist for
Ayer's Almanac, just out.
Hie crew of
' while that-
Come and buy the Domestic Sew
ing Machines M. T. Young.
One hundred thousand bushels
cotton seed wanted M. T. Young.
Mutiny on a Kas-ia;
ST. PETEFeMU.'P.G. Jan.
the firbt class Russian stcl
lt).V4'5 tons, mutinied retch.
vessel was ia tho harbor of Algiers Tho
mutiny, it is added, was suppressed by tho
French authorities, and thirty of the lead
ers of the outbreak are ri'jw Ktid to be on
their way to Constandt, where they are to
Fractured Her Sknll While fclcating;.
Elkton", Md., Jan. 13 Miss Mattie
Hammond, ajred If) years, daughter of
Levi Hammond, of Baldwin, Md., while
skating with some companions, fell n
the ic and fractured her skull. She was
taken to a hospital in Philadelphia and
President Krnger a Fennsyl vanlan.
WlLKKfiBARRZ, Pa., Jan. 13. AWllkes
barre paper prints a story to the effect that
President Kruger, cf the South African
republic, is a Pennsylvanian. It it said
that he was born in Manch Chunk, and
went to South Africa fifty ytsars ago.
Through his energy and military ppirit ht
at once became a leader among tha Boers.
A statement from Dr. Talmage.
Washington, Jan. 13. Rev. Dr. T. D
Witt Talmage read among his notice
last evening the fpllowing: "I have been
preaching here in the evening by ray own
choice. There was a petition, signed Xj
all the board of elders and all the board
of trustees, and sanctioned by Dr. Sunder
land, handed me inviting me to preach
Sabbath mornings as well as Sabbath
evenings. I now wish it distinctly under
stood that I will not under any circum
stances take the morning services."
Steamer Sunk and Twelve Drowned.
Milan, Italy, Jan. 10. The boiler of a
torpedo boat on Lake Maggoire exploded
yesterday, sinking the vessel and drown
ing twelve people who were on board of
A b'ig line of furniture at M. T.