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NEW BERNE. CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. APRIL 12 1894
Civil Status Rtoretl-Au Troops
Corner's Jar? fiaj - Twe Constable
Gallty f XarierXeLeaaea
Orlxiaate4 the Flfht.
OoumiC b. April 5. Got-
raorTillaaaa todar Usa4 a proo-
I unMtM . th r! tha oiit (attain
UriiBftoa Mi Iotdo. The troop
at both p4aoaa will b withdrawn to-
0.aUNOToar. 3. O , April 5. The
iubrooa the WaaUra Uatoa T'e-
irrph offiae waa rs moved thiaavaaia.
t Toa tuautnoay tba oorooar'a ia-
OMt esafinaed what baa ba prari.
easty reported tfct HoLiauoa fired
."th first shot aad started th tragedy.
Tha military eoart formtj exactly tho
-aaoxa v?dioloa tha coroaar'a jary, ai
thtxub. it haa not beaa glvaa oat aa Tat
- Oo&cra. S. a, April 5 Taa Gow-
' araor a praoiaasulom waa iaoad oo tha
vaooasmaad atioa of tha offleara ia ; oom-
a&aad at. DarUagtaa r and Floreao.
Oovaraor Till at aa. Waatad tha Jaadia
itixaa of Darliactaa to piadga tbaer
aelraa that taa StaU polioa aaoaH ba
paraiiUad to aaaroh craiaa and hoaaaa
- aoapaoted of Tiolatiag tha dipaaaary
. law aad that tha dMpaaaacy aboaJd ba
TaopaaaH aad an id oa without mo-
iaautioo. Taa tf ti ha!d a maaUa
and, after oaref it ooasiJarajtioa.' ra
faaad to aaaka anch a pled c a. bat wired
taa Govaraor tb thay woaid da all Ip
4hsir powor to pr-wraa order,' had
qaaatad hi a to d. rtsawiaa ' .
Tba G raroor ha tola atated that
thera will ba a ootaplata reorg aalsatioa
of tha Stata OaardL at aa aarly data.
Taara ara ISO aoaapaatoa la thia 8iata
aad tba Goraraorj b a', aaid ba had
rather hava twaatyflra that ha oaa da-
pead oa thaa 130 tHaa'ara . doabtfaL
Tba GoTaraov deolioea to aay whatbar
ta will aiaka farther rffjrt to iaapraa
tba police ia hia aarvioa. --
A daoitioa of aba Sapraoaa ' aoart
toaobiait tba lacaiit of tha diapaaaary
law ia Jopaad for toaaorrow. All la
guiat aaaljba. ; f . '
AxuxoTov, & O-, April 8. Tbara
-waaaa lac id ant today , to diatarb" tba
paaoa af tba plaaa.. No oaa ihoaght of
anr farther troabla aad basiaee ia fit
ceuiac befe iato th rralar ebaaaal.
J ba bao paraTad aiaoa laat Friday.
'Tha iroopa ara aaakinc themaalvca at
" haata, aad, bat for tbair gaar4 doty,
aroaldAava ao thing to do. v ; r
Tha ooTooaea jary randarad lia.Tar--diet
to hold UelMaoa for tha kiUiac of
Kortaaat. Cala f or iba Llia of Bad
aad aad that. Radaaoal k'Uad Pappar.
Taa Military eoart wilt fire rabmit lu
report to Oararaor TiUeaaa.t .
ooTrasoaTiLiaiAJr'B caun enscu
" bjsoocssc. -Cbakusto.
6. C. April 5. It aow
-traatptree that Got araor Tillaiaa'a offi--ial
family la noat w oaf ally diridad la
regard .to hia oooraa ia eatliaa; oat" tha
woldlere aad faaaiac hia raeaat praeia
naUoa. Erary oaa af tha Cahiaat, ax
eept parbapa. Mr. Hay field, depra eater
hiaaoadact, aad aavrral af theoa are
ooUpokeo ia tbair daaaaeiatioa -.of hia
la a4diUoo to tbl. Secretary of 8tata
J. E. Tin cfall, la looanard baeaoaa Till
aaaa ieaoed tba polioa proclamation aad
had hia naaaa aiaad to It. while ba (tha
Secretary af 8 La la) waa ta&aarlaeton.
Aa ia wall kaowa, ail roolamarlooa
ara aigaad thaa:
B. R. TnXMjjr, Goreraor.
' By tba Ooe araor. - -.
J. . Tnmiri., Secretary of State.
CLAUDS II. BE1TT01T, 1L D.
,: ' ; Physician tfi Surgeon,
. Offlcet ISO-13-y
.: . Xiddle Street,
- Xa Baarert BoUcUs. Kew Berne H. C. .
Cam ba seen at any hour at night tn office.
' J3H.-G. & BAGBY,
- OiiCWiUawa oppoaitaBaptia
aharob, . - - : vo -
aaaSdwaf C T- , 9EWBERK. W.
" Ofiiaa oa Qraran rtat, batveaa Pollock
. ad Broad. ' - - . .
.J H, BENTON MJ)mD.D.8.
PrbeUea United M
ebMteaJ . Deattatry
aad Denial Bargery
- tuU as areata
wtthoal pain by the
aae ar Jittra ' Oxide
-JTrerrttitnf laifce of DaaUatryaoae
m the Mil atyke. eatlateetioa rnarmataed.
04ra, eareer of Middle iroa.ad redera
' P. H. PELLETIER,
. ATTORSBT "A T. t. "W
. lliddla treatf'Firat room abOTe Farm
; rT ce Marchaat'a Bank.
Will wmMm t tba Omatiea oTibravva
artaret. Joaaa. Onakaw and Pamtlaa.
W Caited ataiaa Court at Haw Berae, an
' emnreme mm ttthit mr
Office, 73 Soath Front street op-
V'T..r-.v- ' posite Ohston House.
. ATTOEUE Y AT LAW
Keal Estate Agent,
; plewBaa, IT. C.
. ' ' C On ton and Canada.
V Ticibcf landii v
- Truck lands.
v:;;--"v. v Town lo ts.
Xa yoa want to boy I
V : Do 70a want to sell T
1500 lerea, Treot Hoad, t) snileslof city,
TUabr aad Track fauxl.
There are 4,000 persons living in
foreign coantiies wh un pen.
sioon (rom this conntry They are
aottered all over the globe, inclu
ding tbe S tuth ea island, Africa
and China. Nearly $350,000 goes
Tbe production of papr fioai the
hopi-wttate in breweries is beiTg
oon-iderd in Germany. Tbe oil in
tha bop is a biodrano", which, it
it ia claimed, i now overcome,
and i i expected th-u piper can
he made, by asmg hope, at a
evT, f 50 cents, lea than heretr.
A Oommmr-ioQ of
tbe TJ. 8. Treasury
to be uosat'e,
bat that does .' not
cracksmen would find it profitable
to go" to Washington with the
expo''ii of barglanziiig Uncle
"A "com bi nation verdict," which
iooladed a variety of ills, wis- ren
dered by a jury in Memphis. They
gravely decided that rbe deceased
"came to his death by a blow or
falTwhich produced iafUmation of
tbe brain, oadsin erysipelas, which
was aggravated byalooholism and
Ialrx(4tne Maseacnosetts gen
eral assembly made ballets a legal
tender by the following enactdfeut:
"It is likewise ordered ' that mus-
kett balletts of a fall boare chall
pass currently for a farthicg apiece
provided that do man be compelled
to take above XII -d att a tyme in
Jrfee Turkestan Qazette says that
tbe ameer of Bokhtxa has broken
with Mohammedan traditions and
will open his ooantry to European
civilization. Several instances of
innovations along this line are of
fered aa evidence. The aotion is
aaid to be the result of tbe ameer's
recent riait to BoBaia.
Or. Geo. F. Shrady baa a won.
dvfaliy interetiag article tn the
April Fram on "American
Achievement iu Surgery," in
which he shows that to American
eargeoas, more than to those of any
other nationality. Is doe the credit
of the great and almost marvellous
advancement ia thie modern
. Ihe insanity plea baviug been
able to pi ay so success full a de
fense for murder, it ia now trying
ita hand doing duty for thieves.
Jast aa soon as a man supposed to
be boneat is caught stealing his
friends discover that be is insane;
bat bo master how many years ha
steals without being caught these
indications of insanity never ap
pear. They appear to exist solely
for purposes of defense.
Oar farmers who may have been
troubled with cholera among their
hogs would do well to cons'.der the
following remedy which has been
highly endorsed: "Take equal parts
of tincture of cayenne pepper,
tincture of rhabarb, essence of
peppermint and spirits of camphor
lltx well. Dose, fifteen ro thirty
drops In a wineglass of water, ac
cording to age and violence of tbe
attack. Bepeat every fifteen or
twenty minatea until relief is ob
tained. It is good policy to strike while
tbe iron is hot; it ia still better to
adopt Orob well's procedare, and
make tbe iron hot by striking. The
maater spirit who can rule, the
storm is great, bnt he is much
gteater who can both raise and
rule It. To attain that grand pow
er, one mast possess the brave and
indomitable soul of activity which
prompted EdmoBd Burke to ex
claim to bis eooetitaenta inhis fa
mous speech at Bristol, ".applaud
aa when we run, onaole ut when
ereeove; bat let as pass on for
God's sake, let pass on."
Tbe Indians in the western por
tion of onr State compose of tbe
moat importaot and- prosperous
bands in tbe whole coantry. They
are CnerokeeBf and tbe band is an
Incorporated company. Tbe whole
number is a little over fifteen ban
dred, and they inhabit a beautiful
mountain region. Although the? re
tain their ah riinal features and
the strong fiames of their savage
anceators, they dress iu tbe gar.
ments of civilization and follow tbe
pursuits of white men. The jrinci-
pal chief is a distioguinhed looking
daughters, two of whom would be
noticeably pttty girls in any com-
mnbity. Old-Insb oned spinning
wheels ere still used in the
of these Indiana.
WALTER K. HESRT.
The readers of the Journal are
pleased to learn that the President
has appointed Mr. Henry to the
cooao.1 ehipat Coracoa. The place
it not of the rank to which the gen
tleman was entitled by b's splen
did service lu the last campiigo,
bat it is a recognition of his claiois
and mav lead tn anmAthlnir ht
North Carolinian has received
qoite a number of good places, and,
so far as we know, all of tbem have
bee a given to deserving men,
and none more so than Mr. tlen-
Patrick Walsh, ef Aaasta, is now
a United States Senator, appointed
by Governor Northen to fill the va
canov occi-Mone'l bv the death of
liuu- Alf.ed H. Oolquitt.
T'le a!jouirmrnr i a til
pnwe. Mr. W il-th h-is lie- n k; ''
public for nunv year-t in
t'jlrt editor of rti
He hi alw.iv- ben
aad a geDileni ki).
The JOhrwiscle il es not
come to this office aud e do not
know what ban been its position
recently oa public i-ue, but for
many years it wa-i an advquate of
It 4s said that Mr. Walsh's
views on the tariff have been mod
ified and it is believed that he will.
support the Wileun bill in the Sen
ate. VVe would liav beou gratified if
Governor Northen bad followed
the advice of Mr. duBignon, and
many other., and had given the
appointment to Henry G. Turner,
a man sound on all question and a
debater of 'admitted ability. We
trust, however that the future will
vindicate the w'sdooi of tbe
Governor in the selection he has
It is understood that Mr, Turner
will contest with Mr. Crisp for an
election to tbe fuW term by the Leg
islature. THE APFROACHING CAMPAIGS.
However much Democrats may
wish to postpone the campaign to
a later period, the opponents of
Democracy are determined to pre
cipitate tbe ooateat in tbe hope
that the waring elements in our
ranks will give them an easy vic
Indeed "the war has actually be
Tne Oaucasi in, of the 5th id-
tttant, ives aa accouat ot "nr.w
Pitt county opens the campaign
under tbe leadership of Harry
skinner, and bpw Democrats of
Halifax attempted to organize ior
the fight, bnt failed to harmonize
and adjourned their meeting to
some time in June.
It is reported from Washington
that soon after the veto message
was received iu the House a few
days ago, Mr. Oates, of Alabama,
said "the people are no longer
bosses, and tbe Government of tbe
people by and for the people has
Mr. Oites ia a good Democrat
n 1 a brave man, but evidence of
his bravery and D.moortoy is not
furnished in the remark we have
Very often, eiaca the orgauizi-
ol tbe G vernment, it has eeemtd
tbat tbe people had lost their con
trol of public affair, but iu every
emergency they havessserted their
supremacy and saved the Repub
What is the occasion of the pres
ent alarm in tbe rauks of tbe dem
ocracy? Has h party deserted
ted ita principles! Not at all. There
has been no change in the spirit or
the letter of its creed.
The last authritative utterences
of the ptrfy was at Chicago in
1892, and no power on earth can
change them before, the meeting
of tbe next Democratic National
The whole embr nlneat relates
to men and the perversion of the
platform. That the situation Is se
rious it weie idle to d-oy, but
when we remember th it the Dem
ocracy emblazons ou its banners
"Principle,, not men,'' there is no
thing iu the sitaatiou to cause the
fears with which gentlemen of the
Democratic faith harrasi themsel
ves. "Vox populi vjz Doi" has net
lost its potency in North Carolina.
If leaders go wrong it is an easy
matter to change them. If any
body supposes th-tt ompetency
for leadership is connneu to pres
ent officials he has; only to look
around ,to see the woods full ol
men whose bjsorus are alow with
potrioiism and wh e minds are
colighreae 1 by a kjowleie of the
real wants of the people.
We do Dot cut) Co di-coss men
jut now. Principles must be kept
! to tLe front. Let the Dd nocratic
party of North Carolina throw out
j the right b.muer and there will be
! a pie ity ol nen ready to take it
i an(j 0Arryir t0 victory.
I One of t!i dangers of the hour
I is i hat another
attempt, to appropriate Democratic
principles and uU'.m to ba the
especial guardiau of the peoole.
.This mast not bo p-.-r nitted, aad it
can only be preveuted by the Deu-
loeratio partv standing equarely by
its principle -i and vendic ting its
right to e recognized as the party
of tne people
rbe coiuage of stiver
; a"d the reform of the tariff are
- ! democratic measures oecan?e
. I ; o. 1
uurv o.c ,u tUC .ULC.e0
VVe have a speedy and positive cure
tor catarrh, -lipbiherm uanker mouth
and be.ichc. in StLOU'S CATARRB
REMEDY. A n.jal injector free i"ith
e"h bottle. Dsn it if jou desire health
ana -veet breath. Prloe 50o. Sold ,by
tTaw time If rag Co.
AGAINST SEARCHING HOUSES.
Uphold tuft Law, but Away
neb liitaliiu' Iinl'niHe..
Whatever in, ri I- t h ' - nn i - : i I i
South Carolin i I..ino: !.-; - ,r 1 nv.
wanton house stMrt-b'mi: v!i.-tii. r .i'i-:i:iel
; lv law ur done or t hii. aten-. I to l.-,!o:ie
tllldllh :i inUe me. iition of it-pr-i.:
i ions inert uilh no I'.tv. r.
! Wccannoi help Init ailmirin-; (he piuek
of Governor Tilluian, luit that he h is as
sumed the extreme is beyond all question
ing, not iu adhering to execute his suopi
duties as the chief executive of s uith
Carolina, but in I'mpowcnnp; such oifi iis
of the law as those at Darlington and
numerous other points in the State hae
proven themselves to be. It is a known
fact thiit many of these constable- w n
of the rough clement and uncouth in their
approach to eitiens. It h is leaked out
that one of tin; spies v iio partieipateil in
the Darlingtou affair had on a former oc
casions killed three men, and that thev
were generally Lnsultini and bulldozin".
Iu order to know how the question is
vieweil in other places, we copy lro::i a
few of our exchanges:
Tillman shdH a lanr.tieal and lawless
spirit. This is the land of the free. Men
construe liberty to mean license.
WILMINGTON ST A K .
There was a great deal of interet and
much excitement matrlested here over
the situation in south Carolina. The
sympathy for Tillman and his janizanis
was too smau :o ne seen even witn a
microscopic eye. But there was indig
nation instead at the tyranny which final
ly drove the oppressed people of our sis
Assuming that the aceouut of the
affair at Darlington is correct it is a very
atrocious outrage. Mr. Norruent who
was killed is represented by gentlemen
herein Raleigh, wno know him. as a very
amiable gentlemen; one who never
thought ot carrying a weapon; a lovable
man and miK-h esteemed in his com
munity. Sir. Redmond as far as we
know was the same. They were mur
dered, without warning ly 1 illman s I
men, ana witnout provocation, it :s a
bad system, an intolerable svstem that
leads to such possible outrages. Gov.
Tillman has much to answer lor at the
bar of public opinion. The Governor's
constables are very odious, and the mas
sacre of the citizens ot Darlington by
them has inflamed the people.
A course tbat public opinion does not
sustain will not be sustained by force of
We trust that such counsels may pre
vail as will prevent further loss of
The disturbance at DarlingtiTn, S. C,
was over the question of the right ol
search. Free nien will always resist thia
inroad upon their lilerties and their
homes. In Monarchical Governments the
people have frequently resorted to vio
lence to prevent it. In this country, how
ever, they will never permit 01 tolerate it ;
It is in opposition to the bill ol rights.
The fourth amendment providis that the
rights ot the peopld to be si-cure in their
persons, homes, papers and effects against
unreasonable searches and seizures -!;ab
not ba violated. A similar provision i
in the constitutions of most, d not all, of
But the chief objection to the law is its
novelty and its interlerance with Am
erican ideas of liberty. To an inflamma
ble people like the South Carolinians it is
particularly unsuited. Excise laws have
always beeu unpopular in the Palmetto
State and elsewhere. The "moonshiners"
of tbe Appalachian reg'on have never be
come reconciled to it. It will be wi-c
therefore, tor Governor Tillman to "go
Blow." In this country only such law
as meet the approval of the great ma
jority of the people can be fullv enforc
ed. SPARTANBURG, 8. C , IIKRAD.
The Governor of South Carolina has
frequently boasted that none but men of
the highest character were appointed con
stables. We-learn from a man who has
just come from the hon.e of McLennor,
the spy who killed Korment, some facts
tSat deepen the shade already dense
around the Governor's reputation for
When that poor innocent and defense
less Degro was lynched at Denmark it
wa8this same McLiennon who caused it.
After conservative men had quieted the
declared lhat somebody had to die and
might as well be this negro, and he was
When the dispensary law came iu:
effect and made iobs for such men a
these, this infamous scoundrel applied to
' I 1 1 m it rt f t- an om-i.itnrfinnl o- f nn I 1 .1 .
Ja ..-..Ir li.'n nnr.llnnl!m. . . . lln. I
IIU IUOIV 1J19 Q p p I HQllUll 11 IJ.ie O. ill, '
mAcI lirnminnnl Ti 1 1 m ,1 n 1 1 in tlx, conn- !
rv lor his endorsement. The latter re-
fused his endorsement and wrote to Till-!
man by all means not to appoint him as
he was only tit for a murderer and was
not the kind of a man to execute any law.
By virtue ot nis position tins 1 lt'.manitc
was a man whose adviue certainly should t
hive been respected by the Governor.
Tillmau nevertheles appointei'. him and
he is the man who brought on the trouble
at Darlington, by shooting a man w ho
was not armed and was not molesting or
threatening to molest him. This only
adds to the Governor's responsibility lor
this terrible assassination.
"Not only is a brigade of spies scatter
ed throughout tbe State but they have
in many instances acted in the most ot
fensiye way toward persons who proved
their innocence of any violation of la
The homes ol peaceful and respectable
citizOns have beeu broken oiten on u--
picions that frequently had
ation in la:t. Indignities
heaped upon law-abiding p;
erai notable instances.
"It is not to be wondered
which is represented by sit,-:i
enforcement should be ,!,-
aid even openly res ste, !."
no f .1.11 I
A Fayettevi le Inv nt,ti:i Brings
The cigarette inac'due p i.ntel b.
J. B Underwood. "I Mi- i-cy. :.n 1 '
by him anj Dr. J W. McN, .!. ha- 1
sold co parties in S:. Louis t'u-, i: i? -$36,000.
Mr. Underwood has invented
patented many useful things, an 1
good luck is deserved, and hi- many
friends congratulate him. Mr. Uinlci
wood is a native "t Sampson, but lia
been living here lorprobibly 3-3 year-.
j Fayetteville Cor. Samp
Lorii R;weberry tha new Eugli
premier may not be giva"
Qladatone, but be is no eloach a . a
; word 1 uggler, as may be seen I
1 this extract from one ol bis
jspeechea "VVe do cot pcrpo-e to
sit on the banks of the wueaui of
time and walch tbe Stream p i.-f
by until 'it runs dry '. Th.it was
clever enough to have beeu s i d by
1 IIK Sill : H ( VKULI.NA TKOL'HLK.
I f t and Indirect.
i hat i'.tns t! It.
.r -! .
1 1 1 1
union t j 1
t I.!n. r....
i n i n :: 1 1
i. I, !,. ! .,..c:
r ' ' 1,1 M.v.inl it.
i V ;n- i n 1 4'nt at Florence.
- i niee littlo town of 3,.-oi people
our li.Oiks uml tin.- convuircnee- o
in- l-rn fiiy lite. Noinerous s,,lo..ns. I
f. .1-; to! 1 t lv- or tout U--n. wi.-re in :ie-
1 t w, lvc or
tiVf oper.o i, -i;, lIU 1 s: yijflt
nioralizat ion, t'lat on one
occasion of the
ci reus coming tin re
lere was hardly
I room in tnejai! to hofi the persons ar
i rented for di -or, f rlv conduct.
I I passed through there again in the
,t:, !'.' a:t of .,'auuaiy this year, aie.l
! ag nn .-pent a day and night in Floreuc--.
Th - -alo ,n- wcic gone, the Disp'-nary
I had come --had been there seven month-,
j Some iiii. it li,ji, r was ?.suld by persons
; from bottle-, couceaied in their .oihing.
or 1:1 piaces ,,:
reaily to be
should an oui.
but all legitii.;
t he D.-pen- 11 y.
liquor, no la
Iu-iness fro:;, coffee pots
itched into the sewers. :
er , it iti an appearance, ;
ate I .u-mcss was through;
'l'ii :e was no sput of !
k oi v.irietv. Various
wines, rum. gin an 1 bmnily. and whi-!;y, '
corn or rr, au 1 through all the Xs I were j
in abundance A jmrchaser presents a ,
request to the Dispenser printed or writ- 1
ten, dated of true date, stating that he or;
she is of age, giving resilience aud lor 1
whose use t lie liquor is required, the
quantity anil kind requested and his or
lie r true name 111 u :t be signed by the ap
plicant ami attested by the Dispenser,
and the ri-q,:e.st tiled.
Tne liquor is handed to the purchaser
in a bottle sealed and labeled, (and the
label defaced on delivering ) and must
not be oticned on the premises, and no
customer can purchase alter 0 o'clock n.
ln.. nr ,ut ix6 m the same dav.
' ! ag
1 he eneet ot the law was a condition , froln sVOO to $7o 011 acco-nt of error
t quiet and go 1 order, verv remrrkable. I n,, . ,
The circus "had been th. re again, and! 1 presented f. the Board
there was no ;,r-est, nor any disorder. A j tlu'ce Craven couuty bonds oi the denomi
chain gang, always in large force under natiou ol $300, numbered 142, 170, and
the old regime, ' had no representation 177 purchased by him for ere lit sinking
under the new, and an evident hearty ap- fun)-
preciation aud approve of the law. It
was said and I believe truly, that there n motion Commissioners Brewer and
were thousands ol men in South Carolina ! l-'arr were appointed a committee to des
uli.i approve the law but do not like to trov said bonds, which thev did by burn-
admi- it because it would align them
with the riiman parly.
I tiid not go to Darlington, though I
hi I communication with the town. It is
only fifteen rr twenty miles to the
north of Flor, ,ice on the 'Jheraw and
Darlington rui, whh-h connects with
the Carolini ( c.iri.,1 :,: Wadeiboro. The
trouble theic seems to hive originated
from an appaTTnt intention to search
private rest Icafes, which however was
u up, ami wa- precipitated oy an
al'ereation about politics ut the depot,
after the C 1 -t a I Ue- had prepared to
h.-ave town. Sued is the statcincut of
I the matter iu the Darlington eorrcs
, p. in. h ::cc :.- contained in this paper this
n,oi 1 ,
I So it appears that this unfortunate
affair is to In: laid only remotely, if at all,
, to the dispensary law. The right to
iscaich priva.c residences is nol in the
j law , ' neither in, Iced can be." The idea
I was, 1 transcending of authority on the
j pa,t of the offi. dais. The Book says
1 "great men are not aluars wise," which
j mav h.ivea breadth ol meaning wide
1 ceoiigh to embrac t-v, n constables. But.
as t hey wei
and take tl
conic in to
wise enough to give it u
."'liselves ,;!',, other elmm-nt
hare the respoiis.tbility.
l.iUVAliU Ct 1.1..
CULLED ITEHSOF SEWS.
The Wilfred Clarke Company disband- j
d at Greensboro. Mr. Clarke
Philadelphia where he has an
meiit in a prominent c o.npanv. ;
The liases on w :.n h the r, -olu 1
tion rests is t Ii.,; l.-ouiu'- aclaui itilcr
ferred with the I itet-State Con. .crc
T he A t ant ic and D mville railroad has
been sold for $1,105,000 to B. Nemgass
and associates. .
C-'xey is indebted to the newspapers
for lots of free advertising, which he will
probably be -brewd enough to utilize in
In' his tight agai: -t silver President
Cleveland mm to have borrowed the
.Jv;-uitif.il in.-ttn "the end justifies the
The Alieghanv S
i ves the following:
e has done considerable
oats and young grass,
tea r 1 1, at t ue
t crop is nost I I!-
a au!,,c t'l.ae ball at Chnrlotte
, a.Uvt.,.n ,1,7. (. niver-ities of Vermont and
j n,,,.. , c,,(,i;na ,,,. former won by a
C,M-,. nf 7 t0 q
Cattlemen and Indians are lighting in
Oklahoma. Theluavcs are gadiering i:i
in large, numbers, and there is said to be
prospect of a brief bat bloody war.
C. E. Crabtree. a prominent business
man ol' Dir han . wh . f -r a tortnight has
been missing and -carolled for by hun
dreds of people, w i- found Tuesday near
Chatham, Va. He i- msme an I had
wandered a Way.
ashui-rt'.n police arrest wio-e
who pr.ilof-- tin- Sa'
bal!. but B ib Iue
lecture- the: e a:'-- n.
I! v. W. S. ( 1.
b.i; Ii I ' playing ba.-e-r-ol
' - Sunday night
ver r.itcrb'rcd with.
, I). I)., of Charlotte
1 I o pi'-:.ch t lie b:;e a
ore the Agricultural
ge. The dale i? June
n 111 v: : .0 :
y ol the P."
- ' 'V -
u 1 :
( Ulllcl. o
d-i v 1 of ,.iv
i '. , i :' i
ii ; ,
1 s ' 1 as t h
s." to a it. -
; !i .'
I II ot
1 a .J.
, i large 1 li
- I, ,' .' be id
i u the ) a s t ,
jury w b! r
tie t ileal y 1
There i- .
the V, ...: o
- lac- q leer
lirn kuH idge-recor-l
I'reckinl i i.
a 11 Monty I n.-t w c.n
ia all I the b.vei nor
obey Tillman's or
I treat it as uttetly
'i'lie city iiiuimrit n -iioi
L is i,o right to
e polio- except 111
:i I'li'v w:th the con
1 1; in
1 :io::t :Ls.
: pi e! s ;,
.. -. 1 i ngb 111
r;p t hr ).l
spi :id about
am I then p ro
ll the South,
with an i'e a ,1' converting a- many
Miui'ii, 111 farm-rs as possible to the view
adT.iuceil by the leader.
of ( ; ,
: 1 1 N'i
I II, M
I'ro'ii ss 1 :
" r, mitti
! I,, sr .; , ,n
( 'iti. -u- i;
-hip Xo. ;i
poll fl fo
I' l i llie ,
at K. .
;:, in- I
i t i r i r
r.c in in
ou. her 111) .V ;
i we, i
t Fannie Daw and daughter be increased
ten ! ' I his
rd -on's ferrv.
resignation as fi-rrvuian
Ordered, T.iat the -
and that Levis Smith
lid the vacancy caused
tion at $20 per mouth until further orders
of this Board.
Ordered, That the following named
persons be and are hereby appointed list
takers for the several townships of Craven
county for the year 194, at the same
compensation as last year viz:
1st Township, Geo. J. Dudley, $30.
2.1 Township, Sotn'l Latham, $-20.
S 1 Township, R. A. Russell, 30.
uth Township, J. S. Morton, $20.
6th Township, J. II. Hunter, $20.
7th Township, O. II. Perry, $20.
3th Township. Jonathan Havens. $100.
!ith Township, A. E. Wadsworth,
Ordered, That G 1-2 acres land in
Township Xo. 1, listed t
D. E. Willis,
ent Annie C. Lee. be reduced in value
ing the same in the presence of the Board,
the county attorney, the couuty treasurer,
r-gi-.ter of dee is and Lew is Smith, Esq
Whereas by the death ol Dr. J. A.
Guion, late trusi.ee and eommissioue- ot
the sinking lund of Craven county, the
said offi;e has become vacan., on motion
Ordered, That Geo. II. Roberts be and
hereby is aypointed to fid said vacancy.
It is turther
Ordered, That the cleik ol this Board
notify said Roberts of said appointment.
and to appear before the Bo ar 1 im
mediately and tile his Otfioi d bond fir
said office. It is further
Ordered, That the clerk ef this Board
notily the executor or administrator of
said late trustee and commissioner, D r
i Jno. A. Guion of the appointment of Geo.
j U. Roberts, Esq.. and request him to
. make settlement at thi i meeting of th
! accounts ot die said lite tru-tee with this
I Ordered, That W. H. Ilooten be
, granted permission to move hi- place of
i business from No. 32 Mi Idle sfreet to the
I corner of Berne and New streets,
i The iurv haviiv retur.n-d their report
of the laying out of the road from a
point on the Vanceboro and New Berne
road on the North side of Gwift Creek,
known as the old yankce road to Maul
swamp, opposite .Marshall LuUiinghouse s
I -.o l road to pass through the lands of
' Stephen Whitford and others, it is now
I Ordered, That the said report be and
the same is hereby m all respects con
firmed and the said road be and the
same is hereby established as, and de
clared to be, a public road, and the clerk
of the board is instructed to notify the
Supervisors of Township No. 1, that t;ie
said road has been established as a pub
lic road and it is '.heir duty to appoint
hands to work the same-.
A petition having been tiled before
this Iioaid by Jno. A. Jackson and
others, citizens of Township No. 1, asking
for the establishment of a public road
about a half mile above the
limits of Vanceboro, then running up
Maui Swamp four miles, then a northerly
direction until the C'hocowmity publi:;
road is reached, at or near Mrs. Sarah
Ordered, That notice ol said petition
be published at the court house door un
til the next meeting o f t he B ,ard when
said petition will be heard.
A lelease having been duly executed
j by Emma S. Green of all claims and de-
mauds, further ar'singout of the contract
'of the county with C. C. Green, for
1 furni-hing medicine to poor, etc., with
I instructions to make all further payments
1 to Bradbam f- Brock, It is
j Oidered, Th it -iid r.-l
be filed, a i-l
m i vouchers ;
d Bradham & 1
-(I. V. m the
il- I t-
a reces. to
il ::!, Is;),
i rs of Craven
next -I 'V at b o'clock.
Tut- lay morning, A,o
The Hoard of C'oa ini-sior
eoun.y met at the curt h.
to a, 'journiiient
Pr, .",, nt, Commissioners .las. A.
diai'n; W C. Prow. ;. M II. drr.
Mi:ido and F W. s,,v,Pwoo .
( n motion the B mr 1
pro,". -yd ,
draw a jury tr S;
the following a er
1 -; Tow n-hip
i.i 1. Sb p.i.i ii t'
J.jshua Koy, A. P
id Tow u-hip
. tr.i t :
T Wf Ll
I I i ; I.
l.dham. G R. West, Fred Blango.
I it-l Kins,
'o w 11-lli p -
if.'-s S. -
. J. w.
I ? 11 111,
-W. z. 1;
B. 1F11, W. P. Jones, W. T
vv. I '.
I,, ir i-'
: 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 -
in' I c nn in :
nd i f Craven (-..
'el ore tin: Bond .1
mints o tl. v 1 ,1
J Jn motion it 1
i mis-ioiK r .1. A.
Brewer be ami they are hereby appointed
to examine aud audit said at cou .1-.
The above appointed com mission -rs re
port, That they have examined said ac
counts and find the same correct and a
balance of $5,777.05 due the sinking fund
which amount said administrator duty
paid over to Chairman Board of Commis
sioners of Craven county.
Ordered, That the valuation of the
property listed by Dr. L. Duffy for the !
year 1893 on Broad street, sou! h side J
near corner r tett street be reduced :rom
$1,200 to SOOO on account of error, and
that said property be placed on the list
for the present year at the same reduced
On motion the Board took a recess to
Thursday morning at 11, o'clock.
Stephen Oliver keeper of Nelson's ferry
for March, $20.00; Thos. L. Wthering
ton keeper Street's ferry $16.00 U. G.
Mosely house rent to C. Sniithwick $2 50;
Fannie Williams keeper poor house
$12.50; Irene Cooley cook poor house
3.00; Caesar Boyd 12 cords wood to
poor house $?fl.OO; J. .T. Tolson, ag't,
rations to poor tor March $87.09; Brad
ham it Brock medicines -o poor $17.30;
Leinster Duffy services to poor and sup
erintendent health $10.00; Dr. Leinster
Duffy post mortem examination .Tas Rus
sell, coroners inquest $12 00; Ben).
McFrater burying body Susan Janes,
pauper $3 50; J. 1. Meadows hay fur
nished poor house from August 1893 to
March 1894, $20. 84; James A. Bryan per
diem, &e., as commissioner $6.00,- E. W.
Sniallwood per diem as commissioner
and supervising court house and poor
house Feb'y and March $28 00; M. II.
Carr per diem and mileage as co ninis-
sioner March and Aprii $10 40: W. C
Brewer per diem and mileage as commis
-ioncr-5. 10: J. A. Meadows services as
Lomiuissioin-r and superintendent I nidges
from Jan'y K.l to April 3d inclusive
20.00; J. A. Meadows repairs to Cler
mont bridge $12.30: E. II. & J. A. Mead
ows Company, gu mo and seed to
house $4.50,- James W. Bid-lie one days
services as clerk board commissioners and
f-ts $25.05: W. B. Lane sheriff, board of
pris . ners tr M irch if 80. 50; W. B. Lane,
sheriff, turnkey fei-s for M-irch $18.40;
W. .M. V,":i;-o!i, ('. S. C, Hank books for
office -Si. 40; E. 3. Harper pubiishiug
proceedings commissioners for March
$12 SO,- Sam'l Parsons repairing bunks in
jail and furnishing material $3 50; G T.
Richardson ami Daniel Lane one days ser
vice as jurors laying ofl Nelson's ferry
road $1 each; S. VV. Latham taking tax
list No. 2 township for 1893, $20,00;
M. H. Carr, repairing fence in township
No. 1, $11.35; R. S. Pi im rose, coroner,
inquest over body Jmcs Russell, and
summoning jury, u tae-ses etc., $9.70.
A. E. Wadsworth, R. P. Williams, T. R
Moore, J. T. Ellis, E. J. White, Sr., and
V. C. White, jurors at inquest over body
James Russell, $1.00 each; Dr. R. S.
Primrose, coroner, coroner's inquest two
days over body Win. Roy all, summoning
jury, etc., $13 90; Geo. W. Gaskill, J. T.
Ilollister, R. P. Williams, Benj. Hahn,
C. II. Richardson and Frank Tisdale,
two days services at inquest over body
Win. Royal!, $2.00 each; E. Quidley,
court house janitor, $10.00; Geo. A,
Hill, keeper Clermont bridge, $10.00;
E. II. Heath, support Lizzie Woods,
$3.00; S. W. Willis support of.I. M.
Salter for March, April and May.
Observations of Mr. Bicon.
Mr. SamT Bacon came in on the
steamer Neuse en route from the North
to the saw mill which he and his sons
run at Winthrop 011 Adams creek. I'e
has been visiting at his.nl 1 ln;nc in
northern Dele w' are and t Phi .e !d phi.i
on business. 5"
Mr. Bacon s,a;e- tar, the lumber busi
ness, which suflVred w.ui o: her industries
from the depression is a little improved.
Speaking of the results of the recent cold
! weaMi'T w here he has been lie tells us
that in Delaw a :
noted for its peaches,
lestroyetl, ami though
tier i blooming t ban
the peach:--, it 1
c -e w it h 111
al ou i' i ! -c c
beved the s
til l u p w a r :
nie is the
the f 1 11 i t
a ve-l a 11-1
not la ing s far advance' I
the .-i-.iie aie r-. joiciag ., ,
ahead , f t hem on ill s a--c,
la Mary lan-1 a pan 1 .
-mid 11 ui:- .; r 1 vb -!T:c.3
a ... I
n t In
. s '.V 1 1 ,
unt r ,
in t i l t
r. 1 u ;or us
lis 1 Hal lli-
ullel. 1)- . , sen, .- 0,11 11, -ue ol
iit'.-e b, : lies in. - a :n .rii, r -ta i loll in t he
, .rid. Hen.- - en as man 1 ", nty
,r loads ol si raw oe rr e go - ft' at one
The VV slern X ('. Ljueb rs iu Cunrl
Alex Uo-e was brought tiom Winsion
last week tu Suiry Court and surrendereo
I the names of the pe:son3 that com posed
j the Slaughter lynching parly to the
grand jurv -!'
Six :.re A-ii" (
t h si- uiut a ,
I! - v- : "lb --.
sirry c-'in ' y
i. ire fo.i .d again-t liine.
initil v iiie:i, tun are from
i one from Wi'kes. Alex.
I to turn Stale's evidel i e
e ,s, d -. g:iug a . 1,500
1 be I'e
s appeal' nice Irom
Kit hoi. org estimates the cost of
out tc the troops in South Caro-?t23,OO0.
1 I'. ('!
KI0T AM) HLOODSHHi)
of the Manager
Six cen Persons hi led in the I'en.vl
taaiaCofce Iteg-i ,ns Prepaiiofr
ir Serious Tremble.
I'liTi'm iK., J'a., Apr
Sji - ial liom I'niontown, I
T Iv'inccr Jose(h If. Pa
ihe II C. Frick Coke Company, brutally
urn : ic : -,i by 200 riotous Hungarians at
e !i i Ison coke works at Connellsville
about :' o'clock this afternoon.
I i ' rocrers were pursued by a shcr
!i - po 1 . One of the fleeing Hungarians
.vi-shot and instantly killed. Two oth-
rs w. re fatally wounded. The other
v. oikiu, 11 in the region who refused to
J '"i m the mob were assaulted and fa
un t. I hey were carried awav by
Ih 1 r a-si mates
- j j
Ninety-four of the riot-
els have already been arrested and are
now in jail here, charged with murder.
Paddock, the murdered man, lived at
Connellsville. By honest etlort he had
won a prominent and profitable place
with the Frick coke Company, and when
his life was sacrificed he was endeavor
ing to escape the fury of the mob by run
ning through the infuriated crowd.
Stones antl clubs were hurled at him.
Tw ice he was knocked down, but with
superhuman effort be regained his feet.
Finally he was knocked down by a heavy
sioue thrown by one of the mob. He fell
senseless. Then, while he lay there dead,
one of the mob fired a bullet into his
head. His body was then carried to a
window in the tipple building, and was
thrown about forty feet to the burning
ovens below. Then the mob disappear
ed over the hill. Paddock was thirty
five years old. His murder occurred
within sight of his home.
TEN MORE STRIKERS KILLED.
The raiders left Bradford aud pro
ceeded to Leith. The houses of the for
eign elements were besieged to get the
men to aeco npany tbe strikers on their
raid, but all the doors were locked and
some nailed tightly. When the Leith
men failed to come out the d"ors were
broken in aud the men dragged out by
the heels. They were forced to fall Into
line and march on south with the strikers.
At all the plants the workmen were told
t.hat they would be beaten within an inch
of their lives if they again returned to
Late n ports from Bradford say that
ten Hungarians were killed tonight, or
fatally injured, by the deputies and citi
zens who were pursuing them for the
murder ol Chief Engineer Paddock. A
sensational rumor was received here at 11
o'clock tonight to the effect that tbe
clerks, company officials, and deputies in
the offices of Frick and McClure com
panies are besieged by a mob ot 1,500
strikers, and that the rioters are making
mci-aelng demonstrations. A telephone
message Irom the company - store partly
confirms the rumoi.
Tonight alozen different bands of tbe
outlaws are camping on their arms
throughout the region, and tomorrow's
work promises to be more deadly than
was today's. Every plant in the region
south ot tbe Leith works Jwas visited by
a band of about 300 early this morning
and the men at work were compelled to
A large consignment of anus has been
sent by the Great Western Gun Com
pany ol Pittsburg to the deputy sheriffs
guarding the coke plants in the vicinity
of today's ri"ts, near Connellsville.
Members of the National Guard living
in this vicinity have been notified by
their superior officers to keep themselves
iu readiness in case a call to arms is issued
by the Governor for the regiments here
to go to the coke region to quell the dis
A bloody riot is expected at Moyer
tonight or in the morning. Threats have
been made to burn the company store
and kill all those found about the work.
1,000 men have already assembled there
Still Defiant but Discouraged TLe
Strike Considered a Failnre
There is a lull in tho tempest among
the Pennsylvania Coke rioters. Tney are
still defiant but discouraged. The ar
rest of theic-leader. President Davis on
the eh ir: ol complicity in murder is a
serious blow to the movement and the
strike is cons;dered a failure.
Ue was not awayjwhen Frick, Mgr. was
murdered, and it is said, he denounced
the act. but his connec'.ion with the
strike in the position he held is against
Many Frick employees remained at
work antl boldly declared they would
not come out as they were receiving
better pav there than those at other
The tragic eVents at the starting of tbe
strike had a sobering effect on the miners
aud it is thought there will hardly be a
repetition of such bloody work.
It is said a meeting of miners will of
ficially declare the strike off.
's 111 Health Appointments
Olliee opposition to Cleveland's
Washisiiton, D. C. April 5, 1894.
I Senator Vance's friends are again very
j uneasy about him. He is lar from being
law cli man. He has sent word to the
t i inane Committee to go ahead with Mr.
r r T
Minnioiii- connrmaiion. lie niw m".
been able to go to the Capitol since his
The 'il;iams vs Settle contested elect
ion case is the next cue on the doeket.
Mi lam-,. KiiWer, Mrs. Adam Enqiic
and M.ss K:i7t Potter of Wilmington, are
here at:eridieg the meeting of the Colon
Senator Hill of New York gave notice
in the M'tiafc tin ' A M., that nc would
-peak 011 the tariff bill next month. A
definition of his position on this bill, is
looked for with interest.
Robert F. Anderson of U ileigh w as
today appointed assistant messenger in
in ih" nautical almanac office.
Opposition to Charles Tavlor, the Kan-
-a- negr t w bom .Mr. Clevelaild gave a
sij.OOH place as Recorder of Deeds lor the
D:s r:ct ot Columbia, grows here daily.
Evervli 'dv wants a white man from tin
District to have it and "everybody'' i-
Forty-nine postmasters wcic appointtd
1 lie democrats admit a sweeping ic-
...0-1:., ; In HI, lsloi.l tod, iv
pil lll.l. .t .... o. . ...... .... ..
T . li.,-.oi 11 in re Lr 1 1 ed
via-terday when a "futile attempt w as
in nlc to pass the B and bill over the
Llie 110 -e
I're-ideiil s veto. It was ail .-speaker
Crisp could do to bring
V Peded Buzzard.
We hear occasion-illy of a lulled l-uz
zird making In- a)pearance 111 neighbor
ing localities. Such is the case now at
Stonewall. The bed sounds like a small
Something over a year ago, a buzzard
which happened to get etiught near
Vanceboro, had a bell fastened around
his neck by those into whose hands he
lell and was then turned loose. It may
be the same bird.
by The Governor vof. -.
. lie Will Knforee the Dispensary
Law, ami If Necessary Assume Po
lice Powerg Over the Cit
ies and Towns
of the State. , .
While there is 11 general quiet in our -sister
State, South Carolina, the militia :
is still on duty and will most probably
remain so for at least three or four dayi
longer, until the inquest over those kill
ed has been settled.
The Governor Issues another proclama
tion w herein be expresses his deterinina
tion, if m cessary, to take all municipali
ties under his sole control, thus ignoring '
local authorities, lie says that Mayora -a
anc P'icemen art not only not rendering
him assistance, but are actually in secret -
working against his endeavor to uphold
the laws of the State. " -
Senatir Butler who was at Florence
and Darlington Tuesday expressed the
opinion that there had licen no-necessity
for the calling out the troops. r
THE FHOCI.AMATION. " -
Columbia, April 3. Gov .Tillman baa
issued the following proclamation: '
Whereas. Section S15 of the General
Statutes ot this State declares tht "The,'
Governor shall have authority whenever
in his judgment it shall be necsssary to
arm the constabulary , and in any etnex
gency, to assume the sole centroPof the , -whole
or any part of the municipal
police in cities or incorporated towns,.
nd to authoflze th chief constable ' of
the State, or any deputy chief constable, .
to command assistance in the execution
of the process suppressing riots and In
preserving the peace; and whereas it la'1!''
made the duty of, and the power Is
given said police to enforce the statute '
known as the "Dispensary iiaws, one in .
stead of olieying the requirements of said
law, tbe police, except In a Tery lew ' .
towns, have been an obstruction and aro
active aiders ntd aliettors of those ; whps
are defying the law; and whereas, under
the State statute the Governor Is given
power to appoint State constables for tha .
purpose of its enforcement; and whereas,
the rebellious and lawless elememts of
society have hounded and insulted these ' -"
officers, and sedulously educated the pub ,
lie mind to resistance, causing several-n
counters resulting in bloodshed between -constables
and illicit whiskey sellers, pro ',
ducing intense excitement and danger to
the peace and wclllare of ths State. "
Now, Thertfore, I, Benjamid K. Till
man, Governor of tbe State ol South Car- . .
olina, do issue this, my proclamation, ;
giving full and official notice to the tnu-(- ,
nici pal authorities of every city and' In- .
corporate! town in the State of South
Carolina, and to tbe police and marshalls
thereof, that under the powers given me
by said section 519, tbe emergency Con
templated has aiisen and does now exist '
and that I do hereby assume sole eon-'
trol of the whole force ot municipal j po- ,
lice and marshalls of the several 1 nitieg'
and incorporated towns of this State.
They are hereby ordered to enforce all .
laws on the statute books, togetber - witn
all municipal ordinances and orders from
municipal authorities not inconsistent
with the purpose ot this proclamation.
As soon as the emergency which Is now
upon us shall no longer exist, I will re
linquish control and restort the former .
status. -. -
Signed. 1 B. R. Tillman, Governor, '
By the Governor: ; !
E. Tindall, Secretary 01 DUt.lt -
NEWS 15 BRIEF. . .0 -
i f , . .
We are informed there was another
white frost in Pamlico on tho 2d inst. '.
The steamer New Berne brought In six ,
horses Friday for the Parmelee Eocle-,
son Company at Jacksonville. The teams '
are fqr the logging work of the milL .
A horse or carriage could be ordered
from a livery stable without sending or ,
going to the place. Every busi&ess man .
will appreciate the advantages when he
thinks of them. - '.'." .
-V ' .."'
A gentleman whom we met on the '
train informs us that he has an order for .
ten gallons of water from two different .
springs of the Seven Springs to go "to,
Washington City where the Springs 'are
attaining notoriety. , 1 'V;
We see that the people of Colbert
county, Alabama have just yoted tp
spend $200,000 on the improvement of
the public roads. We expect a propoat-
tion to spend a sum even one-tenth aa -
large on the roads of Craven county ,
would frighten a very large proportion f
of the tax-payers but it would . be found ,
a good investment. ' ' (
Mr. E. Poezolt & Bro., merchant tail
ors, formerly of Greensboro, who were
attracted to this locality by the East
Carolina Fair have decided to make
Wilmington their borne. The gentlemen ;
are already there and their families leaTa "
this morning. . .V
Twelve Carteret county fishermen 'who
have been spending the winter in fishing ,
at Punta Gorda, Florida came in on last
night's Wilmington Train. The tnivjori-
tv of thetii immeadiutfly took the A-. &
N. C. train to continue their homeward
journey. 1 ,. .
The Beaufort Herald, nearly a year old .
now comes to us enlarged to k SCTCU ,
column paper. It states its news facili -';
ties -mil likewise be increased anil in "t, ,
few weeks the paper be printed with -in
ner and better type. W.- are glad Jjd'-.
note tin se evi lem cs ol iis prospeTitt.
Being the only paper puolishud in Cr- .
len t county it should gel
and I lie statement i- inadi
1 good support,
thai its list -
I That I ay ing Boost r.
I We recently gave an item
t to a chicken phenomenon
correspondent sends US the
"There is a curiosity near Stonewall In
the shape of a rooster that is irgnlarly
, .n eLi;s te has ai,l several
gs He has aid several times.
seldom missing a day, he lays twe eggs ,
connected by a small ligature, and Strang-.''
est of ad one cng is all yolk, the Other."-",
all v.hib', tiie two are about the same
siz ' ol a p 1: 1 'i t '- egg. i
This -irmge I owl belongs to a colored
man. a tenant ot Dr. O. S. Attiuore, and
he bays be is will ing to give a sworn OCr-" .
I tilicate corobefat ing the above. , t.!-".; '
If the roo.-teis and the hens keep up
the laying there is not much danger bnt
what Coxu's army can be fed on cheap
eggs. When the roosters get to laying' -egga
they must fall tariff or no tariff, j'