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VOL. I. N().:,7.
UALKIOIL NORTH CAROLINA. WEDNKSDAV, MARCH l !MC.
t.t r - Mv"iv
courts of variou
changed. iVrlain .
it i.. i'i,iiltiit.
ou t.x bur. he. i a--.- under tl,.- i.r,.-
hihitorv law-. .11, .1 iii 1 1 .n..- i ;n ... .
- - - liiu n'ft
aiding Il.e eipentliture of the i,.
pie money It-ft the calendar r...l .1, i t, ,r
i "iume oi work before t it .-nate
a- nit- hour of linal
Disgraceful Democratic Efforts to ,Jn w n, an r-
ad jour iiiiif nt
Break a QuorumBut Forced
to Vote By Patriots. 1
THE REFORMATORY BILL
I'rtimftil by tlift lluar Tur toil n- and
Turmoil Our Ihr Colil.horo l.artrr lllll
The heintttf CitlrinlarClejiird I Ninety
Klgtit itill JUIIIie.l mid it i i g itMtch
I I'lrsn w, .vi.utrii 12rn .Villi pY.
At 10 o'clock a. m. FJyiit. Governor
Doughton called th. Senate to order
for, perhajM.-thc'lAst day's work at the
Ueneral Assembly of I.vj.".
I'raycr by JCev. Dr. N. Ii. Cobb,ol
was taken tip for the consideration of
the work undone ami
A M KCI.ll. III! liKIt
being a bill Mipplciucnlal to a bill en
acted by this (it neral Assembly .amend
ing tin? general school law of the Mate.
This bill abolishes, the county sup rin
tende nt and the county board of t-l li
gation. McCaskey sent up an amendment
pulling the appointiiifiit of a county
examiner in the hands of the clerk of
the superior court, in lead of tin- board
of county commissioners; adopted.
Mitchell mi i (I this was a iinl out r;ig
ous piece of legislation for political
purpose this (icncral Assembly had
attempted, and was calculated toal
most ruin our present admirable public
Adams said, apart from politics and
from an educational point of view, I
consider t his the most iniquitous bill I
ever heard. It is calculated to Mr.
President, I see there is no use of dis
cussing this bill.
Dowd said he could only protest
against the passage of this bill. It
was a death blow to the educational
interests of the poor people of North
Carolina. He asked, by an amendment
submitted, that this law when enacted
shall not apply to Mecklenburg
Mr. 'add i son said : There was a cry
ing demand for this action. Me had
served on county boards of education
and he knew the whole system was ab
solutely worthless. He - favored the
pending bill and thought it was de
manded by the people.
Fowler, said, when I see a fanner
go tell a merchant how to conduct his
business, JsP'tf that farmerd own as a
fool, becane is t a' K.V ,"fw;-'"
i,..V... ..-. i..iliiiiirnf. The leading edu-
cators and the school teachers ot the
Statedonot favor this bill, and I be
lieve it will seriously cripple the
s hool interests of North Carolina.
The previous question was ordered
and the question being on the passage
.i... i.lu it third readme Mr.
Ol I lit Will .. .1 ,1
Dow d demanded the call or the roll and
the bill passed; ayes Uti, noes 7.
Mr. Kue offered a resolution that all
speeches be limited to two minutes.
''Tsrant moved to reconsider the vote
bv which the divorce bill failed to pass
yesterday. The motion did not pre
vail. ROLL-CAI L B1LI.3
were taken up on their passage and
following passed : To provi le lor
water works and e ectric V1 nt
t.. L-i.wt.oi? to authorize a special tax
urv i-.uintv. To create a
Hwwhipn Wilkes county; to
new township in tsampson
county. To amend t he charter ot in-Uon-balen,
Southbound railroad com
pany. THE NOKTII CAROLINA KAILKOAD
bill came up as a special order for 11
o'clock and ;on motion of Mr. Adams
was laid upon the tab e.
Moody of liaywouu
the bill from the table.
Motion prevailed and the bill was
put on its second rrndinj;.
lltiover opposed the bill.
White of Alamance sa d this bill
nra mr at this, the last hour of the
Krai Assembly, introduced by the
Senator from JJaywood, was a mo
pernicious one, and calcu ate to do
Sreat injury to Ute peopl ;o n State.
It IS & IUOHV ouii .- . i
arri . -d, beirt- I h.- .-!. I i.,n ,f a ciif
itij-i tor f nti r, -nafr Parorn
(! in iiniiii tiat ioti t if tiain- j( lloti.
Tlieo. N hit, Senator from i' rjtiinati.
who r i-i! 27 vote.
M'tri i nhl.fK
beiny tiie -e t iittt of board of liret Xtifi
of the ajjrini It oral depart ro.-nt. .Mi-
'ak V aild tir-elt bein; teller-..
akey pl:nd in tiounti.Ttloii .1. ,.
I'.iielianan. ( . II. .1 ..l.n-.ni, .1. t . I..
Ilarri-, .1. K. ( 'liatntn-rlai it and O. A.
To fill v.n-atn-y -aus.-d by death of
Senator 1'r.iitck tin name of 11. K.
I'ar-ons rmiiii iiateil A. '. ilerry ami
J no. M art i n.
The ote resulted ill 21 Notes being
caist for the eommittee's nominations.
to iiovou u k u i.t sriiioi s irn.
Mr. Hoover, by request, presenU-d
the lollow ing :
Hksoi.vko, 15y the senate, t lie house
of representatives concurring, that the
family und friends of the signer of the
immortal leclarat ion of Independetiee,
Willatn lliiojter, be and they are hereby
authorized to nlace a marble or bronze
Ifaleigh towihip, providing for re-! statue of William Hooper in the city
quiring all persons who tail to pay I of Washington in statuary hall,
poll tax to work th-- public road.-, mi- j lie.-olved, that the family and friends
h r the provisions ol the Kalcigii J of Hon. Willie l. Mangum be and they
town-hip roail law. j are hereby authorized toplaec a bronze
ai.aminck vs. i 'ii a th am. "r ";ar!tle statute of this illu-trioiis
i. ;n ... .. ...i.t; i. .. i .. i . I utige, lawver, siaiesman ami senator
. iiiii ,-r.i am .-ii a i.-im." in-.v.II I fi : ,i
t he boundaries d' tliese two
rKOM THE (inVKKM)K.
A special message from the t .ov. rimr
was read calling tin; attent ion of the
ien.-ral A-sentbly to the in.ide.nia.
tf the prov isiuua made for the peniten
tiary to meet absolute necessities,
j Without further aid this institution
ti-ibt men a crisis within a jear. His
i duty wa- (tin barged with ibis com
mnnientKMi of the grave fact involved,
land lie left the responsibility upon the
n.iuusoi metjcueral Assembly.
The message was referred tu the
committee on penal institutions and
notice was given tlr.it tl.e committee
would meet immediately after adjourn -iiieut.
KAI i:i(.It TOWN4IUP ItOAI I.AVV.
A bill toauieud chapter laws of
l.v.t, com rtting tiie nubile roads, ot
Alamance is a
t'oiti nt ies.
lock law conn lv. hat-
ham is not a stock law county. Sena
tor White ot Alamance wished to table
the bill. Senator Wicker of Chatham
desired the passage of the bill. Asa
compromise Mr. White proposed to
prepare a substitute that will satisfy
all part ies and asked that considera
tion be postponed until the coming
session. The bill went over but was
afterward agreed upon and passed with
in th.- statuary hall, in thecapitolat
The Fierce Struggle ForEiisteace
at New Orleans Culminates
in Anarchy and Murder.
FIVE MEN ARE KILLED.
A Well I'lao to Drive ?fKro from
Work--11i IWatroa RmII f
standi ns Trouble Falf-Mrl ken e
irura t lrrlDK tu All t cctloo.
Xkw Ohleass?. March 12
The Ihifk fog in ttTOraYIy morning j
was the veil behind which desperate
white levee laborers gathered, and
which they penetrated with Winches-
ter ri fie balls aimed at the colored
non-union men nt work on the ships-.
The attacks were made, at points
several miles apart, just before the
arrival of the police, and as a result,
there are half a dozen corpses and a
dozen wounded men. The police ;
saw the attack but no mor arrests
followed. Ihev claimed that thev
GREAT SPUNK, BUT POOR JUDGMENT.
it-million. ; -" j ; - -
1 I . ..I. . . .. -. .. ........ I ...... . i fi...... t..., f 1 1 ...,r... ii i t li r . 1 1 .- -
.i r. .ii o.tii y si nt up .in t iii-mi me it i i o i . i . i v.i i "i"- u . i r.
add tiie name of lion. Zebulou Uaird j of the unexpected outbreak. The day
Vance. before tiie mayor had said all was
The resolution was referred to t he j ,jUiet, ami the (iovcrnor saw n
committee on federal relations. j r,1.,.,is for interference: but todiv.
i "T u-i. t r t
' f ,v r r ; t
t -i . n-'
y ,. v 1 r
' - , '7 ti'f "
I 1 1 K GOV tlt.NOK's MANSION.
Snipes, from t he committee on pub
lic buildings ami grounds, reported
that the committee had examined the
i Jovernor's mansion and thought that
.$1,000 judiciously expended would do
the needed repairs I o t he basement ,and
recommended tiie resoiui ion appropri
ating that amount be adopted.
Sigmon called up his ro-o'iilion ap
propriating $1,000 for repairs on the
(iovirnor'.s mansion, and it was adopt
TIIK l A I li V M KN. -
Itill to incorporate "t he North Caro
lina Dairynu'ii's Assttciation" was
taken up ami passed its several read
ings and went to enrollment.
KKSOLlllON OK A l).l Of K N M KN T.
Moody's resolution to adjourn sine
die at 10 o'clock a. in., Wednesday,
March i:i, lx'.if., whi h he proposed to
change to ten o'clock p. m. March
Hice moved to anient' by saying V2
o'clock noon Wednesday, March Kith,
18'J;; adopted. ..
THE DKAU BEA1 Hll.i.
Hice from thecommitteeon enrolb'd
bills report-! '.is acts properly enrolled
and the same were ratified by the sig
nature of tit' president.
A resolution paying W.- M. Iiavies,
an assistant, engrossing clerk, pay
from the 2Mb of .January toand includ
ing 17th of February 1'.C, passed its
A batch of bills on the unfavorable
report of t he calendar were tabled in
was sent to the House of Iie-resenta-tives
notifying that body that the Sen
ate calendar no longer had any work
upon it for consideration.
At 10:;;o the Senate took a recess till
lo o'clock a. m. to-day.
the business men
ARE PKNOl'XONo IittTit;
the militia is in readiness to move,
an appeal to the Federal govern
ment has virtually been made, and
even the foreign Consuls have deci
ded to join in the movement for
p-aee at any price.
The cause which led to the troubles
have been of long .standing, and
grew out of the attempt of ship
agents and others interested t re
duce rates. The white screw nun
claim that the colored men who
were given a share of the work uadei
au agreement, made secret cuts ami
violated the atrreemeut in order to
Democratic Ass 1
But the wall is not
las kicked hims.?i into a
a' 7 o'c
k,and ii wa-ju-t l.- f-.r.- I !.i
THE. T til MS OF PLACE.
r. i . v .
I II I IMF I ICISli
It scelii.'d to have In ell totu'.l v
expected, for the negroes VV'-reott
levee in l.'iriTe illlii!)i-r. The poet
biacks evidently believed tls.lt I liiT
wa xiMicieiit force on the nv. r 1 r m'
to protect them, and that prot.-ctiot
Would be accorded I belli.
There w-re eight negroes in tl:-
harity hospital, one of th..- was
i Koberi Aikin. w ho stated that lie vva
i talking to t be purser of 1 he steamship
' Kngineer, .1. A. Haiti, wh.-n without
'warning a number of shot v er-
r VH.t.l liraO VVI.l.ti Willi..
. I uUt- l l.rUrill ( lll H uU .1 1
to protect the keepers of inns, boarding
houses, hotels and restaurants or lodg
ing houses. Any one who obtains
board on accommodation and jumps
his bill by surreptitiously removing his
l..t nrirn ru u 111 ll ! sruilt v of a inisue-
meanr and punished by a line of not
less than ten dollars ami "" n.on
than fifty dollars, or imprisonment not
less than ten days anu not moic- i
The bill vvasameuucu anu i'n"""
second reading, and objection being
raised to its third reading it went to
the third reading calendar.
THIS TELLERS' REPORT
.. ..f in-ti,...i of the. neace
on eiecumi w. j""" ---- .
was made by Mr. Fowler, and the .rig
lnal lift as reported by the committee
on nominations of justices of the peace
was reported duly elected.
I Bills fixing the maximum of all
.ir., bonds, providing for offi
cial bonds to be made in such insur
ance and security companies as tinted
Mates officials are aitoweu to
bonds in and requiring the acceptance
of such bonds.
On motion the senate took a recess
until 7 :'M odocK p. m.
AtSoVlnck the Senate resumed its
l tbors Lieut. Governor Doughtoii pre
siding; 18 Senators in theirseats.
with its unfinished business was taken
up and the rapid transit system was
idoDted. The president kept up a
steady-"those who favor the passage
of the pending bill will nay aye; con
trary, no." and two or three responses
would be heard and away wouiu go me
hill to enrollment.
Communication between the Senate
.... i.'unrull ;illlt!3 1 1 o
Tin. scheme is to pay an me . lloUse ot Kepreseiu.o.
ot Utl,U road fronttfw-Srtt each body jvg
. .!.... it tiio aiTteen counties . ..u- the work already upon
county is one oi uiem,uu V" ,.v
scorn to advocate the, passage of a
such measure when it was robb g
rJSSr portions of thisState which 1 as
htdnuu lO COIioi" tin -..
Sea ed to the Senators to vote this bil
PFS"l.e protection of girl, and the
promotion chastitj; g
fhe judicial TJ being
Secout reaa.ng, tQ U)e
, ...i nt o lnree number of bills
tlvl.a f0r concurrence or I
!ne clerki for enrollment or for ratifica-
uanv worthless measures and ob
Ve&Sbl W1U were laid upon the ta
ble. PEOQT JESKIN9 COMPAST.
This bill is to incorporate a lumber
company n Wilmington by the above
name; Much mirth was provoked by
peculiarity of the name and after
a little fun, the bill passed its several
lpo-islation asrain pro
- - r? - . ' . - .
mail schedule, anu
i- their names, tne
rms of the superior
fr,"r,.-wl-.the work already upon
to c . rvr "jwr- Tn f w re
the working caie.i J ne .
a 1 . . . t 111! I . k -
maininii nours oi -j-
bl spent principally in the rat.bcat.on
THE PEN1TE i l lAKi.
Adams, from the conmnittee on penal
.-i.-.J en uiiltTPI a Ulll 1 1 hi tv i . .
ltlSlHUlUMin, Juu. - - iioiuut
. ..idltioiialanprnpriatH.. '
-"i ".',f sissst
aim went iu
tatives for concurren..c.
rrl... Kill In ridil tion to county official
bonds as set forth in our morning re
oomis'a a snecial order.
P05 said Ltbe title of the bill
should be clianled to a bill -to permit
paupers to handle the public in ids.
Fie hoped the bill would pass It
would be a manuiacxuriug u au..
wouiu : material. It
Sad1 said, a very important measure as
!,au . man. woman and
chi 1 T n Sorth Carolina It is the most
tniiuiii-. ,iniiitons measure
nerillClOUS ao --1 . .
presented to a North Carolinian,
and as a political measure to nianufac
anu a f . .n.m . iift honed
ture iiemocrwit j nai 'j,,.
the bill wouiu pass. , '
measure and as a North C.rolim.n he
did not wih to see any "
enacted in to law. .
. Rice, in detence oi
as a just measure, and was only cal
culated and intended to nermit a poor
man to hold office and make bond
r 1 . 1 t T IV 11 I 11 LIIL fc V.
Moouy oi jj-uj -
,w ,.rhiVh was ordered.
vious question, , .
and the bill passed its second reading
on a roll call ayes ,
The ruies were suspended and the
bill passed its third reading.
SHELL FISH INSPECTOR.
The hour of the special order having
House opened with prayer by liev.
j. L. Smith. The reading of the jour
nal was suspended.
A resolution to pay I. N. Creen, con
testant, $1(10 for expenses in contest
passed several readings.
PERSONAL I'll VI I.E. ;ES.
Kay rose to :i question of personal
privilege and spoke as follows :
"Some days ago 1 madesome remarks
in this House concerning- Rev. Mr.
( 'ohhw-1w.r.H,ti''male. and Fiiow In
.1..'.. - - . - . . . .
as public a manner withdraw the said
ottensive language, r ien mni. .
ferent times he had done me great in
justice in his reports of the proceed
ings of the House, mil any cnarge unc
tolore made by me against him that
he knowingly and intentionally mis
represented lue or any one else 1 here
"The House then took up the
COl'STV OFFICERS BOND BILL.
A bill to repeal chapter :?i5, laws of
ISM. The bill allows county officers
to bond in security companies, anil
fixes the bonds of sheriffs at the amount
which hard passed through their bands
the previous year. The bill was advo
cated by French and White and op
nosed bv Peebles and Winborne.
French called the previous question.
Lee offered to amend iy excepting
Haywood and Peebles by excepting
Amendments were also offered to ex
cept Currituck, Transylvania, (iatcs,
Mecklenburg, Northampton, Lincoln,
Martin and Halifax.
These amendments were all voted
down. . , , ..
l..il hv nddinsr. nrovided t ne
commissioners shall not accept a bond
from anv company that has not depos
ed a bond of $15,000 with the Secre
tary of State, and is recommended by
him as a solvent company.
The vote on Hay's amendment was
2:? to 41. The amenumetu was iosi.
The bill was then voted on ana passeu
second reading. :
'11,; nut ttrovides first, that the pen-
alt v of the several bonds required to
. . . . u1i.iltU'P
be given oy omcers i nrj.vv...
counties shall be by the sheriff for the
collection and settlement of Staite taxes
according to law, a sum not exceeding
the amount of taxes assessed upon the
county for State purposes in previous
years." Second, for the collection and
Settlement of county and other local
taxes according to law in counties
having no county treasurer, a
...... ,.-,....iiir th amount of sucn
not rAiii'"p - - .
county ad other local taxes lor the
a county treasurer, a sum not exceed
inr .) per cent, of such county and
other local taxes lor tne previous
It also permits county omcers io ji'.
bonds in security companies as rail
road officials and employees.
The passage of the bill was made a
..a,t.,i th. Democrats made
every effort to defeat it on both second
and third readings. When the motion
was made to suspend the rules and put
it on its second reading,
there were cries of "call the
m .,ii tha roll." Ellis and Mc-
tellers and the roll call re-
suited in 64 ayes and 22 no l The
i.: i .tin or .-as fiau tutu uic
llltru icaui.-e, .. -
lin-tl at him and h.-t'tirt- In- . i.nl.l ti : :t U
work, and graduatlly ! a move h-
CliOWl) THE WHITE MAN OIK.
The white associations then severed
all ties with the blacks and refused
to work with them, or for the men
who employed them. The white
longshoremen joined the screwmu
in this. Since then the steamship
lines have been gradualiy going
over to the negroes.
Lately tho white screwmen pit .rce-jji -
jiiJWtr-ttrey - nra hot
work until the white trouble was ad-'
Several more lines then toox j
WAS sltol FIVE 'I IMF'S.
Purser I'.ain wa s,..t at tin- am.
lino, lie imiiK-diately ran on har:
the V esst'l VV hi le the lirgro fell V lifp'
he vv as shot.
Mavor Fitpal rick said that. ;is th
trouhlevvas over, there s.-.-m.-d t. b-
I no need to order out tin militia, and
tiial to have ac.-t-d.-d to t he demands d
HOW BIG MEN LIVE.
lustea. oeverai iuo.o miro mvu n..-..
... TI.. I .
on negro labor trom necessuy. i ue s .Minir-it in iimi.iie inmr i--..n
whites hna'ly determined to j M..n-y iixttini it-i..re .lusti.-.
RETALIATE ON THE STEVEPORES j (Juicaoo, Mar. 1-. Fo-ir .f t he offi-
by offering to reduce rates and dtal ! ( (.rs t the Kvaiisttm National Hank
with tHe ships direct. The ships in I were indicted for alleged emit z.lc
haste accepted the offer, but the j ment of funds of t he bank today. I he
agents stood by the stevedores. The ; indicted officers are presoh-nt HI,
i i r .,r th-m tho charged with the embe..l.-ni.-nt of .lo,-
latter offered to pa,y more than he 1 (rt.sj(ent inn, charged w.th
screwmen asKeu, uui tuc .r.u u ,ni.,zit.im.i f 7.ri; ra-lio-r
With them. lhei .,..,: , i,rcrt., u-ith i-mtiezlemetit
tf director Paul, charged with
embezzleineiit of $:,.'4. The bank
failed May 1s,1n".i;j. Welis is sail to be
I'.kook field, Mo., Mar. 1-J. The offi
cers of the bank of F.rookti.-ld, w hi.h
closed its doors early in January, are
miller srr.'.t. 'l'ltcv art' rhariTftl with
receiving deposits when they knew the
hank was in a failing-niiditin.
wifnaed to dp.ll with them
ncrents offered to oav the screwmen
their wages and place the stevedres
over them as superintendents, but
the serewmen again decliufd. Then
the stevedores began importing col
ored screwmen from Galveston, and
the whites, growing desperate, broke
loose in riot.
The dead are: Wm. Campbell, col
ored, serewman, shot at 1 hillip
street; Jules C. Carrabe, shot in
front of the Lyon's clothing stoic:
unknown, shot in vicinity of Crom
well Line; unknown negro in same vi
cinity, not yet identified; Leonard
Lallard, colored, scalesman, shot over
right eye. Two negroes, names iin- j J)r t rvt davs ago I leputy heri ll H i vm
kn.twn, jumped into the river and it is , brutailv murdered at this place
believed were drowneu. i by several Italian coal miners. After
The work of j)0im,ii t he deputies head inloa pulp.
RiuTixo and Bi.oisnED jtj,e body was hidden and was not
bean this morningat 7 tt'clock. After j found until jesterday morning. Win n
(j o'clock last evening, though there a general alarm was given bloodhound
was intense excitement along the levee ! were put upon the murderers trail, arid
and though many drunken men were! in a short time the well trained oog
present, there were noticed ot vn-i succeeded in running uow n iour mm-h
lence. wlni acknowledged naviiiiT miuiueo
the crime, and earn ei.oeav or i i
blame it on the other. The feeling
titer mitu-rs and citl.-Mts in
iMHNi.iiiv, M.ir- h 1:'. - : r.-u 1
fli..- It. got lu'l.lis l (VV'.-fl Ml!.l-(.f
I ll .I l p.i ll :i lid lu-tr I'. I.'.v i:
Ion i. lh- I. ru.s '' id.- v ;ii.- (i' l.
.out i ti!-d l.tw.-.-ti I 1 1 t ai.d .l.i j
, a 1 1 are i.o vv k now o a Ititi- r-l.tt . J
.o il.. --. A- til. I. rtt.H..i in ,i;t. . il.
. i.il .-IT' !-. I li-v at.- as l..li..v - .
I ir-t --'In.- tr.atv l..vv.-.ti . I . j . : .
and t liitiH Las i . a- i I.. . i-t t. r- a-oti
ol t h- vv .ir. hut ..it tli- r.in-vv I ! y .. .
the ii. w tr.iiv vviii .r.ii.t .fap.in . -trn
t.-rrilori.il jori-d i l ion ov.r t..na.
Lot ti. hilt, r uiitr) will utri.d t
tl.e extra i.rritotial jt.ri-.li. i o ii -l.
1 ---1 1 1 . r 1 h.-.d in .l:t.:i'i.
. olid I ln-- ,V I It Im- li.. t Ion
o .l.t..ti,. -- I. rr.l..rv .tt th-io.it.i.iii.i
of .-i.i. I'.i.l to.- Ii.iud ,.i I ortu - ;
( hi i, j.o--. tt Iviogoil in. 1..1-1.
will he permanent I v . . o-. lo.l.tpci.
'I hirtl 'I In- .1 a pa i i s- will, b v 1 1 .-.it .
b'- granted I In- rig I.t I ... out i ton- II..- m
. u..it i..it l l..rt A rt bur and W -i Hsi-
Wi,the two great nav ai -I . f i
'urUi "1 he l.i!ius oi hitiH. tltii
h..r-ai i- a l. p-itd.-ti. y ( h r-. l..ili tn-for.-ver
r.-lnquishi-d and h.r-. -liati
h. -lie forth be iud.-H tid. -nt.
lilt Ii The . as( itid.-iiitiit v t.. !
paol bt i It i h i will not v. 1 -'" .o""',
O'M in gold.
I he lor. goi ng t. rm give a iiwniT
of Ilt-VV feat tires W hi. lit tie .able l.ljor-
luat ioti 1 1'oiti Peniii and I okio l.a- it..!
tlltls far indi.:ited. I he p:.rpo- 1. "1
to extend .hlp.'llie-e territory oil th-
iii. tin laud, but to online it loth it-
I v i ng islatid of Foriiio-, aur. s il.e
. ou-!usioii .f a p.-a.'e without l.urope-
.111 Itlterveltt ioti. I he lliailileliai.ee ol
Japan's extra territorial juri-.n-1 o.u
in i hina, v bib- t he hitt.-r on nt rv -ur
renders a -iu.ilar jurisdiction, h av -(
hina as the mill oriental .otiiitrv
LAM'JS CLTTtK s,TASU AtOOf.
II.. Hull aft thw II llalc a II
1 Hrr hi. tt. ! I Hnt.
slllilltlltlltif lo the outer iuri-!l I loll.
TEN CENTS A YEAR.
MURDER, LYNCHING AND RIOT.
Italian Asasin Kuii I.n Itjr l'.D.o.l
lloun.ls A l"irfal t'rili Krt.l.
V alsenbcko, olo.. March 1J. Iw
Fv..rvthinr was renorted unlet when
there rame a message that a dozen men
had been killed m trout ot the Jack
iau Deen Kliieu i" iiont. mi ine uavn- j among uihci m. .v.-
on Square, and that a terrible riot ;jeiieral grew to fever beat, ami a-th.
. Tl. Lt . ........ t...W,.r t.,,ri-ln.il liiimla
. .. ii: .1 n.llnrr Kir Q V.ttft OI
passed us i niru ieuu mo "J "
ayes oo, noes o.
The tellers of the house and senate
reported the list of magistrates agreed
on yesterday as elected by both houses,
Burnham called up his resolution to
i li.i nnCPS .-i.fK) each extra, whicD
tVAr, w tost after it was
ne satu uav , ,
, , - . .1,.. natc TJacwell ob
amenueu in ; , ,-
i...i Tha nnker saiu me uui
jecieu. i -r-"-, tnkpn from the
heen stolen oi ii" - ; .
ucl:.. lcF and in SUCh
clerk's room any . . ...
cases he had heretofore permitted bills
substituted in their places,
BILL TO AMEND CHARTER OF ATLAIC
tvn N. C. RAILROAD.
This bill proposed to change the
management of the road. French who
bad Shaft- of this bill, announced that
it wa! politic! measure, which the
gentlemen on ttje oiuer suc
jagomze. Gm;th ftf stanly
ith ot uaies, Aajt"-""
Monroe made speeches against
in nrnorrpss. 1 lie notice were l
sn,oJ-a'.- - f - --- i
once hustled into tiie patrol wagoss
which were at the stations and were
hurried away to the scene o?TBT rou
ble. They had barely lejt when Ser
geant Richard Walsh, in comm ind of
the precinct, beard
A VOLLEY OF SHOTS
from the direction of the levee in front
of the station. He rushed to the scene
and among the freight cars on the le
vee between Phillip and First street
he found a crowd of negroes surround-
in their wounded companion, vv iin
bis body was removed the sergeant and
a squad of officers went up the levee :;nd
. .....I. ..f o-.o ....... ........ I
tOUnu a IllOO ot n ui ini nn
Winchester ritles and other guns. Four
negroes were shot and one Carribean
L-;iio.l The trouble occurred on the
levee at the landingof Harrison line of
steamship opposite the Jackson Square.
. . f i. : i . - : i . . .1
111 lite log which inevatieu, a
MOBS OF 100 ARMED MEN
got through the guards of the police,
and opened fire on the negroes who
were at worn, iney neu in terror,
some jumping into the river. Those
who ran across the levee in the direc
tion of the Square were subjected to a
ii i i. ..... i
deadly voiiey. ine snots seeuieu to
come from doorways, windows, galler-
. 1 il . T .. 1. . i.
ies anu me Mreet. ajooiv wiieretney
would, negroes saw pistols and heard
the reports as the revolvers were dis
charged. Each man then ran in a dif
ferent direction and the
POOR DEVILS SEEMED PAKIC STRICKEN.
Those in the crowd of whites who were
not armeu wuu revolvers picneo up
stones and other weanons and attacks. I
the negroes. Even the most venture-
enmf of tne macks could not srnnil ttiw
and tney nea. ter many minutes tne
firing continued on the river front, and
the police 6eemed powerless to make
any move against the murderers. .
The time for the shooting seemed to
have been fixed, for the hour just pre
ceding the beginning of the working
.1 wr A a a lioual Oitnr. tliA c-fr... ..I....
1 UA Jf UOUQ. 1. 1. 1 IJq cue BICTCUUICS
I and longshoremen commence working
prisoners w ere being marched to jail a
mob made a rush for them, and before
the sheriff and his deputies could
raise a hard to protect thru.,
the bodies of the four Italians a mi
another man were riddled with bulb-ts.
At this juncture a general riot started.
One hundred or more Italian-, seeing
their countrymen lying around d-ad.
became frenzied, swearing they will
have vengeance before morning, l.oth
factions began arming tbeiiiseh -. and
at last accounts were expected to come
together at any moment.
DENOUNCED ROMAN CATHOLICISM
1 Uv 1 lu lt f a Ml y ( ml I'air 1. ----l.k
late. It. -I Uil.
in. .'. Mar. tt ll A strange torv
i developed bv tile pardoll IroMi the
Joliet Mate prison of Harry ! .!.
w ho wa- s rv log a Ioiirt.-euj.-ar sen
tence t. r a robber committed m J -'..
Mcele wa the -on ol a prominent fam
ily of i'orisin.nih, hio He itih.-nle.!
a f'ii.iht f.. tune, tujt lost all h:- moo.-v
on ii..-r;..e. He . .iiiie to hicag. in
svi peptiile..- and d.-.j.. rat-, and -'ol-a
H;r of itv . .-tit - ..nd-l atid -1.
For tl.e iM)- i " III ll. It l.ew:--eft-'te!ic,-'l
to 11 V.-.ir- in .toilet. .-11"
telle-' ;.l b II ..lloosl forgotten, b4t
the severi'V oltle- -.-titCltce a-p!ed
before l.ov. AUgeid. re-oitllig III 1
pardoii aft r t h- pn-o:i.-r had-i rve.j
six vears for hi- sixty cent th-lt, ex
piating hi- rime at the rate ot P
cents a year.
A I'.a.l tlif.
W At i .N, U i., March Ii. A de.tri -live
tire occurred at thi pla- ttii
inoriiiiig. loiring it- progr ix jm r--oti-
w re injur d on- tatall;. Tin
fir" started at ." a. in., in the re tr f th
l;tiildi:ig o; cii.ied a- a t.otiotl -tore It
M rs. M. I it v re H!il sj.reaJ lth wajs.
d.-t roving two bl'k-. Thre w. a
rritie explo-iott r.--u!tii,g Iron. L t
air igniting, . au-ii g th- wall- to fall
and Tuh a immb.-r of p.upjc.
The I..--. - rang" from 'o -.
and iri'lude trade-rii-n of all kind-.
l b" !! -i n.-- H.rlio;i of th
pra tically wip. d nut.
mi. . I II., M nr. ti I I I'ff a
t : ' ! ...-in ill In- Vt !..! J.. I. ere I...
.1 i'"l t- tl.e !!. ) !. M- ot tl.r..
i.t- iii pri. I I.. -. tt in nt aur-
I anv I hing li on the t.ar. ot
.fit.;. :.r ii.anji a ii" 'lit li. ,Oo.t at loi.a
a. t.t i.ji vi. lli a rt..li tlat t.M-i. t-.lli
tl.e .r. th and tlx ln.. K) tfoli.
1 he ". til -r I ii li V! e , at. l.l ,. I be f..l. jj
. . t 1 1..- mark. t.
I I..- ;..v 1 1. to. nt . r.p r Mrt wa at
tl,. i,..tt. to ..t the t..,ife-r. ..r thirij
l.v- pa- Hi.' ni'li .i rat.t.-. f - uia
t ton aii..i.g ..l l.- r it ir in tie 1 r adr i
loth. aio ... t.t ol m beat 1 1.- r r-"
tt.-.iid In- thalt!at -at . r.p al ill
in Lr-t I arn. i hand-. !.a-t ear at tl.t
I .ii..- it hj. It I ,.'" Im.-IwU r "4
t vv li.'b. tmi f.gurt . atnr- out
l.i-t night making t r---rvr on!) 7 .
i"."m t.ii.h.d-or I'vl 'f oi.t. I.vrr)
l..l wanted wb.al. II Jt.-ritiga
vv-re alt-.. rind r-adil that
t. it th.- tn.trk. t .ii. kl) r li.ii..l.-l l
"h wl.oearl) in ll-l) lr"l
t Iw-tttt I" t lie g..v rnn.rtit llgur- fin
a!l -wing around t. ! lo t in I l-ir
i;i.M.rtui. and !- an.e lira ) l.i)rr.
I here w a- additional ileti.ent Jif
i ng 1 1.. hi I l.o.ir. I. ot the market jjot
w. ak during il.e la-t I. n mnnilra and
.-t . I Ir-.u. the ..nit.g. opinion
vnrj ws.b Jv a-to i he d.-v l".j.itieiit to
il., rr'-w .
llir.r iiuMtl al la I Ik l
an.l ll.. ll- UUI llw Will II.
f ki M'.v. N. V.. Mar. fi M - 1 l.llnrl
da - --!.. o of the in vet igat .ti into
tat llol-e e (H-tidlti.rea Ul.d T
."stip-riiiiendeiii l ord wa r-uin-d t
.ay. ;..k-keper Murphv wa re. atl-1
and fli.tnH a i.tui.lx-r of t-ntriea .t
l.--k-. arei -. tiair. barged to
I. . .ii Ahl-tt. Jr.. and delivered t. 'IT
lir.-ii.lwa), N. V.. the t,. National
t -tuk. J. r ) t 'lt) lid Ida riatf rrl-d.-t.ci-.
il.e Ot. her hoV. t lie-
it iii- to have lrt--ii paid li) tlir t
1 In v in. Jud.-d I wo 1 1 de-k and two
: - de.k-. a- wejj tort) -five j ard f
vV id'.u -arjet. Mi.rphj tt-ii li'd
A . 'iifV il'l.ll't t be "st ! 1 111 f.
Jea'bt-r cou. h f.r r..mj.tr!l-r llrprri-l.eiui.-r'p
!:. e, who b had l--li p4 for
t w Aii item .f -eu de-k- for I f
g... no r ..lli e wa- hargel to
"late at f t a It, tl:- o-t l-llig III.
Muab't I'lar 4).
..ti Miit. . '.. My 12. M)r
l.-aa . reti-e. to iu li-rn
to t!i- Mar'iiit IUtil to i-ritirt
in the op-ra lioui iit-xl -ufida)', hold-ttigthith-
rn-ert mld ! lol a
tioti.f the utidiiy ob-rtc rd i-i;ajc-,
a an ad:mioti fr would
t h:irge.. -unitt-r. li nad
fVr f.r tin- Mindty rTe.rt. TIt
i- uiij. h kicking among 1 1 Jnpltf
A NEW CONGRESSIONAL CONTEST.
A OrorgU r.lrdl.iu lu ! Tril .k1"
A ruuiil of Chart; of I ra.t.l
Atlanta, 'Ja., Mar-h Th
rsitrn&tion of J. t. f. Iia-k. a
ttaalt It a Cllll.
I..M. Man li 12. Tim- t-.m-.
r- r.-p'.rted l.t night a hiving --u
i i roltt-ioti oil I'n-a. h) ll-ad -r tin
,Mi-eti ga. from Hamburg, and llf
i adoxtoti, (ri-Ti ntyrftia. Iron Ii
Ion. I hi- '!. xt.ri w unk. but all
lnar1 wrr !. Tl alotn
wa- htnl at New 4 a-ll-. Knglatid, in
.); regi ! ered l.l'rj ton tirt atid
wa- 2-1 fe-t long, XJ." feel t-aiu and
.' ;.l ft d-ep.
niif l:allr4a Cm Ua-t Tr !
i iiii.iv, March 12. Kiotin
wa in prgr-- to-day tw-tr-fi lb
v. hit and oore.l Iat.rer on Of
I V ee . The whit tlK.k iMOion.
- v. - . i - . ; -IV ' S
olic church and its mad, wi.om ..eA a.u 4..,4 , tfc- 1t
he referred as-ltiat man, l ojie i.eotiie in iaM-i- uon aiu cumw.Hj ia- Mlfph .... a K
XI." lie .said of Democ ratic Chair- district. Black Peered on the hScfLU
man . r mce ui iue reium, u. iu. we,UK , jIy a(.t evening. 'I hf rrrrtrtion tn-
alongtl.6 ;A'ghny Tn " h",'" ' 'har"i on b lb Mitss-Le bas resD- dered him at ifi Uard of trade wa
hear that he was in con-ui anon wiui ei and tve ce u un OVfcr
nded ly reprr-ntativ ron in
three Koman Catholic j and . ommercial, financial and railroad Hr-
tothese men : -Denounce these orders. . ' . . . , . , .
s."'" n ,he 1X1. br -s:A "ssl: t
churcti. . j J -North who i mt i nt-retHl in tlw
In closing his speech, Mr pat.gler j growth and pr.-M.rity of th South i.
tookfrom his desk a small llag,wl.ich. Ar c.oi.c to Kll,h. J Lnllrv. fll, to the North.
he waived triumphantly until called . Atlanta, a.. March 12-A fom-! and fl- to LimM-if."
to order by Speaker alden. j mitt4, froni tbe legislature of Mass- . He then m-' on th iwue fTZ
Sachusetts which was appointed to '. day, and advised against frerAa
t : i ! .t .1. j v:l i i a urM! inifortunf than war KaAt-
t T-nrvi i . 5. m Mrcn i . i.t-c jkiuire-i l s 1 1 iuh oouim uuu vu cti una o--e " iv
X A 1 . I. - ' - T " C-l- " J -
A 1 I? ......I Imo vt-m tvnonil . 1 ! . t V. a 4 .aI..m . . . . . .kv.
wayauu dcu uitcuw... . w. .....
ove" in the sum of $1,(KW each by Cm-
missioner Kinneorew on a cnarge oi
interfering with U. S. w itnesses. They
are said to have assaulted Weldon ami
.Tamoa Collins Thursday men ini
Ocone county, when they were
ing from Atbens, wnere me
badbeM ed tor nncu reia
making a tour of the Atlanta cotton : Kirii awiu i-
factories, tamed northward this af- j ,T.AJSTA, Gt, Marrb
ternoon. From Atlanta the commit-1 HawkinaviMe ycaterd"
tee have gone to Augusta wlire tney j Murdoc ripkin, a
will examine tbe greatest factories hot and killed,
. , i . r i I i i. r"
-'.a '1 benee taey win go io Vaar-
m at f.? I
leign ana oinerpomisin