North Carolina Newspapers

    TfENTY-EIGflTH REGIMENT.
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Haw H Waa linAlat an tbi Frant
Wkm tan laai aI Ika Mimtu
JenehM It.
Obartoaa Obeerrer, mb.
▲t III# rraoett of Judta Walter
Clark Garural Jtobee II. Lane, of
▲abort >, Ala., haa prepHivd a eketi'li
of hla <dd rapicaeol, lb* Twnty-elphtii
XarUl Cantl'aa. A Oopf at It It ~-ru
to tha Obeerrer and II hare allh pnb
tlMh-d. Ill a prtraif leilar to die
editor Gnamal Lana M#a of lilt work:
“Hyoid left Blent fare a epic >•!!
reaord and I do out feel equal in enrn
a tha are. lharedoon Mr tawt In the
way of a ehrreioInpteMl etiatmary of lie
brtltlaol aehlnveaeiita. My object In
laterepetalup It flenle wlin unpuU
llebed rauiiaiKmow—pentmal In*
entente of any own knuwiad «— la ui
■aka It arm* Inlerratlue to tin (oen!
reader. It tvquliva both time oud
laker to pet up Un eketali, and yet It
baa beea a prant ptnreare to me to d>
It."
Thb Twenty eighth If.irtli Carolina
Btwtawnl bad the following tj.+l an.!
KaS idloer* Hurlag ll»e war:
Ootoueb: James H. Lane. Haiuurl
D. Law*.
Ural macl Olno-lt: Timms* I>
Lntra, Husni'l D. Lim, William D.
Barrings*. Willmia H. A. Hia«i.
Major*: Rtehsrd E Baa*, Haiuie-I
D. Law*. Willlaui J. MoiiUciwry,
William D. Bunnttr. William U A.
flpmr. Samuel N. HL.wr.
Adjataats Daaoan A. UrRea.
Boca ulat 8 FnlM.
Sargeanta mafw: Milton A. la.we,
J. T. Lowa, TV . a H .ukla.
Captains. A. M : Georg* M.
Thompson. Durant A. Parker.
Q. M. SmfaiiU: E Ua>d M.e.r*, J
C. Kelly. T. U Lome.
Captain, A. 0. 8.: Ml-'lflaa rilblam.
Commlaaary aargaaul: W. A. Mau
Surgeoon: Robert UlbUoi, W. >f.
UaUlwr
Atabvant aumeon*: F A. Lxekey
ft G. Bartiaai, Tiannaa B Line, it
L Mayo.
Hospital stewards: J *ho AbrrnNlhr,
L. J. Barker.
OrdosiaM aargaaul: Gslmel John
don.
Chapialoa: Oaear J. Beaat. F. Milton
Kennedy, D. A Henkel
This regiment, inii»‘wrlng ahou
MO, was organ s-d at High Point, N
C„ Heptamber 91*1. lftrtl. u apt ear*
from lit* follow'ii / eomnmntcutl'ai:
CAJtr i'luia. I
Hioh Poipt. H-pt. 91. 1881 j
Liter. Cot. Jams* (I. Lakh.
Dear Sir. — Yu* were umimimnnilg
•Meted ooloi.el of Uie Twrnty-dglu li
Hertb Carolina Volantoera tlita evim
lag. This regiment ib eorxjioaed of
the foUuwlng oompani**, enllated for
Imtebct month*: 4
Co. A. Hurry eoaoty. Capt. Robert
(major-eiectl.
Co. B, Gaston oounty, Capt. Bd
watdt.
Co. C, Catania oounty, Capl Lowe
(lleet. aol-ela«L).
Oo. D. Htaoly oounty, CUpl MonL
•"STl. Montgomery oounty, Capt
Barriagar.
Co P, Tadklo Oounty, Capl Kin
yoan.
Co. «, Orange enmity. Capt. Marlin.
Co. H, Cbreland coauly, Capt.
W right.
C>». L Yadkin bounty, Cap* Speer.
Oo. K, Stanly ooanty. Capt. Moody.
You win son that moat of mart
“mountala b«y«” and WM trust that we
do not dlagrao* tb* horn* from whteh
we oncee. It would afford u* great
pboaare bad satisfaction to hare Kir
oar loadar an oOerr to wall and *o
favorably known Kir bravery, eoartoay
aod prafsaalonal alUtnimenU at Llent
Ootoob* Laoa, .4 tha galtaat -B'thal”
Regimens. Panatl u* to r rpreaa our
Perianal hope that w* may reeel m a
favorabU reply a* a»*n an poaaibl* and
to aatmertha ourselves
Your otwdbnt aarvaala,
8. S. Hvowo,
Major Oomtnandlnt Piat;
William J. Mojrrooxaar.
C ipt. Company D;
G. 0. Jowwavom,
Flrat Lbotaiainl Company G;
Committee la Hafcaif of tbt Twenty
eighth Bag)ravel.
Imamdlately after orwanning. tb*
regiment arwa ordered to Wilmington,
M. C., where It remained under Oen.
JbOepli ft Awlarona, oommandlng Ha
-Cap* Fear Dlatrtot,” antll Uni KUI of
Vawliam. Daring lu btey In that
Mod Mi bo sal ta bit town It parKirmad
pgbt duty and guarded verloua iridge*
do tha Wllmingbm A Weldon Bail
bond. It Was kmt under rigid dbutp
Baej aad llmt It was well drilled nod
kPKWtly barsd far will appear fnna Hi*
Mfcwlnf art rants from taa W timing
tea Journal
"Vf * MMI TM1 V> tha camp of
tha Taiat/ aighth R**la*nt n «m
(!■»■< U* aaa that a Oompieta u>w„ of
naat wnodan laiwmanta haa labmi tha
plaaa Of tha oanraa* rllla*a of tha Ut
tar part of Uva Meaner and fail, ,f
fardlo* OOO ran lent and aowrartalde
aoartara with ohlmneya for tha ram,
iaaaaa for tha ttmaa and other por
psaaa. Wafoand nearly all Rnigb-d
wtth tha asaapllaa of anam nf tha
aOaara' rjturlara, Cnlnoel Laoa'a
aatnng tha naaUr, thaaa halnc Wft b>
tha laat, aa. bain* laaa arewded. tha
aaaaadty waaoot ao praaatn*. * * •
“▲teoat aa artfoto treat tha Tvatv
lj at|blti aw down IVaoad atrvat
wtth Maady tramp. Urn ton* Boa of
thafr hayoneta glaamln* to tha aao.
aad the Ann hearing of the men IrvrlI
eallve of dHrriuln*'l>ia and giving
jaomiae of gallant aervVe when called
npim. The drill and marching of the
regiment are, tn nor Feeble notion*. aa
j good aa « >uhi be iloalrad by rev ultra.
. If there la teat ofilw pimp aad oir.
runMiaace of war with our plainly
arrayed troop* than with t he fancy
cur pa retard In Nonlwm cilice, ex
pertetiiw lia< aiHiam that there la more
of tie* pride tlntl Will Kami and will
. not run uiilnat It bv forward. Col.
Lane may wall be proud of bla regt
g^ I >
OutlaMUi of Odoher. 1MI, tlia
regiment numbered V7U all told.
It reached Kewberu the Util of
March, ltMii. juat aa the truope weie
■ witlidrawltg anil It Indian! to cover
{their retnttl. It fell heck with them
tliriHigh mod and rain to Klitn.ua,
wh-re It ii'Btalued until It waa ordered
to Virginia. Smut after reaching
Kluet.ni It war aa-Jgned to the hr trade
, oa) at an (led by Urn. L. U’H Braindi.
it at ixter iriawnl lit work uf reair
ganlxl-g for Dm war which It hail to
glort-maly Iwgun la Witmmgliai and
»-«n pie tell tlie tame lloi lilli uf April.
IMA Tlie full* ’W i ng from the Cuerea.
pmiileut w«a pipdia ied at tlia time la
tla- tlalelgh Jnuntil;
“It la with iiu ••cllntry emotion* jf
Jny aed pod - that I Inform you, and
tlimogh jour |mpwr Uiu iKibiic. ilutl
(lie Twenty-eighth Noitn Carnireu
Kegl-ueut liaa • re-organlz d for lha
war.’ 8ix cuiatHUilea roorgniila-d be
fore we left Wilmington. LuM week
• nr inur rrinsiuiwz cnn'iamra re ur
gante-d, m.d on ttaiurriny we bud an
et-cltmi for Old officer*. whoo Oil.
lame and Unit. C l Ly we mr rl#r
1*4 In tUrlr former |-»*llmn« In acrW
sailmi Fur maj r wa had auma
wars larlli-tlng. Brvrral «ilt iHunta
led After several latlloiinga. Ca*g.
dima-t 1>. L*<we n* rlecteil. I mulced
tKal llie naiKaiui ware very y <p il.tr
Willi the drat lieutenant* Perkryr
In rarest Uwa nfaiwrmlui lu udlua
bad auroe Indue'Ce
"ll make* ua very proud lo know
that w* are ti e drat Nor.h Cardnm
regiment lo regM grt'llle. fiw regi
me* I la my large, now numleilng
l.iSu men.
"Cmanterlng thit >>ar orlgoal term
of aervioe woul 1 ui»l Imre ex -bail 11It
the dial of S-pt ailarr. and latlug ilia
dot Ninth Carol ma legiseut in te-en
• I** ami re organize, we tlnnk Kry
nudrally. Hail wear* rnlill.4 m eoroe
l.ivura We have im rid* uuaiianlee.
IVr w.oikl be glad to lia»e two, though
ua are uig it^auasl to grumble, ami
anil cliarrfiillytlu llie heat We tin.
••We are now real.*111* tb“ privations
and hnnlajrlp* of camp lire. Ifa ultaa
mink of uur enuif Halite quarter* and
Uie kln'l-l.earl—I p-aipia of Wilmington
•iomr <>f the fair on * . f Wlliotngton.
I an»p el. are remeiabeied with more
LI pan ardorurg feeling* u< friemtaUip.
•*We are nothing lirnt laittoobey
order*. A men h .a to lie vary nulnH ki,
no amul terse WtUi lot fetmw a mliera.
ami on pmdhthmaiy r -i4 Ur.a* with
nlmarir, to *ev a ucli n j .yovnt hare;
but ao king »< our oouutry lembvur
wrrleea, ur will bo contented III her
an ice wherever It Say he."
Tola regiment, numlirrlng L,10p. for
■In v, wa* urilara-1 to Virginia May Jnd
IMz. llama armed with o'd smegli
mire musket* from tlw Fayetteville
arsenal. taadly altered from Uml to por
eusaion. It aomi threw tnaoi away
ami aupfited llarlf with more aerrlov
ahte and wire modern wa»p ms gal lie red
"t» tl*» bloody batue-dal-l t.i ui it grand
On inachlog Virgin! i It was ordered
at N« to Gurtlnnsvilln. It real-liter!
them nod at Rapliiau Station doing
ptefcrt duty only for s short lints.
tV lib live rest of the brigade It was
next ordered to )olu Jackson In tits
Valley; tail ou reaching the f.wit of the
Bine ttldge. It was ordered baek to
Hanovnr C-airt Hnoes. On the SBth
nf May It was marelied Uirough land
sad rain to 'Hlash Ciiurch.” At that
time the regiment had Id it “many re
cruit* Just reeueerlng from the dls
o»* e luobWt to the omnmenoonwwt
of eacop life.*' Lrilliaai*a Battery re
l»<rted t*i Uen. Branch from North
Carolina the evening before lit# bri
gade left Han<*ver Court Hnare “with
naly hair enough men fur Um efldent
Berr lew of lit* gin s and with liurscs
entirely anurnlnert.*'
O • Toeud <y asorning, tlie *7U» of
May. (Jew. Rianch ordered the Tweuty
elghlii Regiment end a seettou of 1-4
(luaca’a Hal'ary, under Llemenual J.
H, f»ua, tu Taliaferro's Milt In cup
lure. If purer I te. a reported nucraud
Ing party. No Mm was found at tba
mill, ami as ths enemy were rep wte.|
advancing on Um “Old Churnli" real.
It prompUy retreaed tie steps, march.
Ing left lu front, with Aaatara, nod aa
advance guard was tkraww oat. On
reaching the pma thlekst In frost of
Ik. Kinney's oo Um direct reed tn
UMtWnmd, a squad of Federate
■tapped luto the Taliaferro Mill ruad
la front «f Um somasawd. Tbs eo|
ou«H suspecting aa ambush, halted hi*
regliaeet, faced It by ths rsar rank
■ad wliselsd It to ths right Into Um
thioket, It handsomely oiaaoed the
thicket of the enemy. On reaching
the fired in front of Dr. Khiouy’s It
•barged, with rebel yells, Um Twemy
Sflli Mew Turk Ragtime it, cm muled
10 Kinney's field of standing wheat,
and almost annihilated It ha front of
Marti ndale's Brigade, drawn up io
Hue Of battle sad strnogty supported
t>y artillery. It was not knowu than
that the rwgiamot bud been out off by
sa overwhelming fnroe of Infantry, ar
llllery sod OMvalry under Oec Fill
J.*hu Porter. It was withdrawn and
re formed la Um open field oa ths
Hanover Coart llouss sfcto of Kinney's
dwelling. Pott's artillery was aim
ordered Into |mslilon, and never were
two guns served more handsomely.
I Dm vnaqu il rxaitsei w»e kspt up for
over four boats, loll etlng greater dam
age than wae sustained; and when It
was fimarl Uiut lira sboray Was firnk
log Urs rewiaiati*. I;t liotli dlrectl.iaa. It
was withdrawn In good order to Has
""ret Oort House. On rewriting fit.
Pawl's aha rob ts-ynod Um sort houos
where tho road forks, and finding the
enemy's haUerino In pnoltWM and Um
I read la Ashland In tbstr poaraasioo, It
wai ordered to taka tlx fork to T*y
lorarlUo under a flailing Knowing
Uia cavalry wat punning In force, It
Wat thrown from tin road to tlx IW4d
lo taka ndvaiilage of Ux crux feuorw.
On reaching a thin atrip of wood* be -
vimd the railroad. It area ordered ietok
Into tlx tiwl, and directed to mure at
rapidly at prxaiUe to Tayluravllla,
while P-dt* uolnnlered hit Parrott
■tin la Ux middle «.f iha road. Tlx
oilier gun had born thaod-nad at Kin
ney* of Ux lmrv-e had lawn killed or
badly wounded. TtiX Imld ptroe of
t Mialegy on tla> part of the oolonei and
the lien tenant ,4 Artillery Intluildated
-lx enemy* cavalry, eauaed them to
form llae uf battle on tha uttxr tide of
tlx railroad, and enaliled tlx Twenty
eighth H-gtmei-l to KiAkc lx emnpe
Alreedy eghanated hum expoeere to
Inoltne-iti weailwr, Irum hanger, from
lighting and inarching. It waa threw
day. before tlx regiment, lay a circuit
mu route, rejoined the lirtgada on the
right lamb of tlx OttlokaLo-elny where
it waa wildly and joyfully received. It
waa hlgtilv oompiimeiilrd by Generals
Lee and Branch f-n lu rplpodld lath ir
hir In ililt laaateriy retreat. The form
er waa heard to remark that U wag a
w-aider tu iii-n t!x whala c oum-uid
li-id n>4 ueen hilled nr captured.
vmiwiiy u, widen w>u cm <>s from
Uie regnoeot at ltini.ry’n can never
fnrgM. Iw« lheir brave, but frail and
delicate young c .Main, Georg* B.
JimntUm. afterward Uir accomplished
atljntant general of Dm Ivigade, a warn
Um river in escape the tnvmy and then
»»»n 'Mok rather linn appeer tn have
deaertrd Ilia own; boar he marelmd a*
a prlau.mr of war rnwn Kin tiny ‘a Farm
to Weal J'.ilnt In ble wet clothes; I tow
lie waa o,indued u.i Johnson *a Inland;
how In read lie E|itsc<it»> wrylee ivg
ulmly Ul hla lellow prlvinera three;
liow In- eodeara.1 liluarif tn all In lila
impurity; tmw be waa Joyfully wM
oinyd iioeh t» casp; mrl ihiw, a piiy
aleal wreck, he waa wton funiwl m re
tail n linWM to die. A mailer, braver,
purer Christian hem m-ver lived.
Fma lh a taat'.le at Korney's Firm,
or H .cover Cnart Honan a* It la getter
ally willed, to tlie aumaider at Appn
w> .link Court II.new, il« Iniewy of
the Imgatle la tlie hiatnry of tlie regi
nteul. It latre on 111 tail Ih-dJag the
waup-of every Paula In which tbe bri
gade p into i pa led.
U -for* Um fifhu around Btohm-ind,
Ili-tnCh’n Bilge-It- Wat wilifiinl to Gee.
A. P. Hill, and b-uitn* a part .4 the
famous • 'Light Diviaiou ” Tim Tweu
ty-eighlli Ugna-nt waa Willi I La bri
gads when L ana llw Oral, in lh-wa
aeven daya'd r'.i«, In cm* me Uuick i
Innwony at -4Ualf Link," and clear Un
way for I Ik- crown..a of the r>ii of Ute
“Lignt Dlvwl v" at “Itendow Bridge.’
When it reached M ■clie.dcavilla >iu Ute
Allli of Juua It waa nrdrreil to support
a nattery imi the Lit nf Up* road. Next
tBuruIng It waa eunjerletl to a aport
hwl MVera artilh-ry dre O.i reaching
C dd Uarn.« mi Ilia i7ui, It and Uie
Seventh Nurth Urilliu, >«nunlar*l
Pi Um Wi nf Uw ros-l where it iw
bared T--ry b m laansly, Iu owucnkmcl
•aina WroiiiMled un Uw la-aid and Owl.
Ifcmpiaril. of tla- Seventh, killed wiUi
Uw te-U.ra at hi* neal-umi In Ida liaiala.
At Frasier's If a rm on Uw 80vb H *d
0(1 the right of TuIrty-eeVenUi N- rtn
Carolina Regimaix After during
the enemy’s InUniry. It and llir
Tliirty-wrenlh gallantly chatted Uw
artillery In tlnnr frnot. when Ita o»l
one) w .a abut iu Uw face and C-l. Law,
of ihe Thirty-erVviUii, was k lied. It
was nut entirely emitted el Malrvrn
llfll On tile 1st uf July. It how
ever, urdeinl forward In tbe sflem-ion
to support the forma sogaged, ,UMl Waa
miller a wry la-ary artillery dm until
eoine time after dark. It carried 480
Into lbn»- Moody fights aad suaUlued
a him at It kllb-d aial 14*1 woo- d-d.
It enc-s wiped bctiiw the city of Rlch
OBiard for • short llate and waa then
e-d-red, July tB.n, to Oordouavtlla,
hear which place It remained eutil Just
befon* tne battle of Cedar Run, An
gutt Utli, In which It Iiore a rery oiu
aploooue part. Many of thn men
wiped their gum out a* they ad
raiieed under Uw hottest fire; aial
when Infant i y aad csfsiry had lawn
repnlaed and Gen. Jacksm appwrol on
the Beid ill IU fruit. Uw men wildly
chemed lila and called to Ida to let
(lira know wlul he wlktx-d done and
they would d i It. The lose In this
fight wag 8 killed and tB wounded.
In tills bridle, after the enemy had
twee repulsed and the regiment had
crossed the mad to vonneet with Gen
Tallafervo’e comonand. Uie colonel
rlilied a member uf C-wapm-v T tor
falling out of ranks. Wlieu Uasoldier
replied Dial be was ia» onward but waa
exhausted and onold gn no further, the
wtkmtd took off his canteen, band-d It
to him, aud tolil him to lake k “alls
drink” nod rejoin his ooiotmny. Not
knig after, ak theeokmel Wat passing
down the line, complimenting Ills men
for Uidf gallantry, that brave fellow
stepped out nf ranks. Minted aad wrld.
‘Odnnri. here l am. I veil yog wliat,
that drink you gave ms Jnst now Ima
Set me ap again, aud I fuel as lliougli 1
onubl whin a whole regiment of Yair
keck.” leery body was In a good
buiuor. kftdofooonoevenrbndy laoglied
At the slM-lling ecus* (he Rappahan
k<«t no tbe 94ili --f August, the Twen
ty eighth was sent to the support of
Rfaxtcn’k and OokWs G.tieciee;
and a part «f the regiment waa thrown
forward with Inunctions to pcwnwr,
If prwklbte, tlm d*struotl-n of tl*e
h rid go aor<as Ua Href near Warren kin
Width Rulplinr Springs.
nra wnruna nyni ww h mn•
——a* Jui»otk>ii Au*u*t 9?lh, wlu-n
Jaokwm sut In Pop*** rmr, and
! I bn brtjpid-. chaard Taylor'* N*w
Juraay oonmaod Ink. tba aw*rap* of
| Bull Ham. On* of lha Taranty altflitli
! wa» jury murli aatonldpaj, aflarr Jump
I In* orrr a bud\ from lh* railroad am
banknkmit, in Ant that ha had alao
I Juaapad o*rr a Yaukra arnuchwl b*
»«Ui. AiaAbrr wm *1111 raora aatnn
lalwt when ha art no tllfO'ira to La*a a
trli.* of wutpr, t» Hud Oiat a fellow
Irat *>oahl wifely In Iba oulaort. Ha
wa* an frlal.aian, and aflrr Ira load
ariwlad frnia hi* hid in* plat*, ka
«ra*Ud a* a poor by *Upp4a« Ik* Tar
U«a1 on lb* tbo.ihUr and rr*kar*lnf i
Fusion DOUGS* IISDOIIGS
" »
mostly msDoarai txh weei.
t»» >tW IlMlN
Ob*!*** trow ch* CWrtMti'nwm.
TUESDAY. FEB. IS.
•■■ATP.
BH1» *»re IntMduced u Mlowa:
By Mr. Dowd, to Ktarnd tin coeetl
tutlou Is retard to tlm holdlar of odloa
by Moitnra of lb* LegUtatar*.
At boow tb« airoUJ older wa* taken
up, till* la-las tli* Mil to r^uUtr Un
wil*-.fleiuor. Ii I, it,« ,M prepared
l^S^^.Trnpanujo* AwcUtion.
°rUr1Jrr *MD|M»rt Of JL
Mr. C«ok offered an Mnnadieral, which
<rna adopted. atrlking out dnntgla'i.
Mr. AMI off*r*d Mil amend meat re
qrlrliia th*t a iunJ irlty of tin vaunt
almeM be reuulred to a petition hr an
Weetlon Thla wai adopted. Mr.
Mood. offered an «„ nudSTitlklns
out tin word* “ookuiy ouoiaUaam
era.”
Tin dalnta waa Inns and wa* heard
with great lulenwc Tin sailed**
•are iweka.l witii l|«t*an>a -woulr la
dim. Mr. Pnidian M,|?ni.c-awclen<n
w* dlnded no (hi* bUL The Spaeth*
bad nut laaai rawed |a htl county.
Theie were 4oral Ion* of tar greater
Import—ike gu-atlon at libeetyt
a freebom oluten tlnukl be
allowed to Yota. The matter at pi oh I
bltlou did not enter liito It. U* *►
acrted lint be really did pot know Ue
wtalieeoMtle people *a to tbU natter.
Hr (leaned to rqne« >t tli-n truly pod
faithfully, but aa hr dip nut know tfnlr I
arm Iron ill and drairep ha did not
know bow 10 Tot*.
M r. Mutiny declared that did not
know Mott i bit question wo an Issue
In Ilia campaign. He Kitkl that a Man
osukl aol lw leal alt i eg IWU> »*r l-ty.
Ttwre were floauumj and other qura
loma Involved. Um would have ait
appetite for drink in apfta of lac I ala
lion. Hu «aa*rt.d liU Iwlkrf in Moral
raform ami read Hie (trat wOtlon of llw
bill to prove lilt p>atUou. He declared
that this made rvrry ban of Monh
Camilna pmhibhoiy gyoand. Ur
favored tenperancv, |,ut wattlderrd
tliw bill lie) radical. |i was aanaiucly
•Jevloeti ami llw person wli > drew It
kiww well wbat lie «* d >l«g- Mr.
Moody a-kl he waa tail a aenllM’-utaMst,
• ail wanle-l lascMml lc.lt|,non. The
llqu- r tradio of Ilia town of Aahevills
alma, yielded fgO.UU to III* PUUh:
aclead rnmJ. Mr. Ilmiver tlHHicIll llie
o ewanta a |olil>cal one. allh-'ugh It
•ltd not ,-otor ut> In Uw eaamalan. Vet
tbw fact d<d uot rrlir.e me in bars of
tUfi duly. He thought Uw (wntcltera
liad done ar-nig In tickling the aalmm
kervwa. They alutnli) *)**»■ have
icniw to the Legislate re-Me relief. II -
than went lain a delailad iota mat of
tha iinalwr of peraoi i who died each
year I rum tuteniperuiicv. Ho pictured
Many iiUve acmes which he hiul wit
ness!, d. He waa ihvmkI ut Vote for Uia
bill.
Mr. While, id Alexander, *tld lw and
hla colleague srere of about Uw tame aim
Mr. Hlrmoii had a tin* hi Kite, |w bad
an huM'de one. Hi* hooia should lw
«*Cecil. It wat port Ilf falUi that a
betlenbty waa coming. He w ehl rather
•a» tlw greatest grunkaid Uiat ever
rulbsl hi i he gutter than Uw waa who
told the Hqu T
Mr. Xmrta told bt wa* the reprwae*.
lativa of hit people “the Whole people
of Watt clonly. He MhdtW the
rauir of teMperano*. H# tlioaght Uw
bill ml dit have been better drawn, tl
w •• supper ted by all lbs woman. Ha
Wti* pnmd Ut eaal lht» vot* against ill*
c*i*a of ilia liquor trsBc. He favored
tha Uli
Mr. Poittma thought It had two
■hies. lie al waye bug hi* stand and
did uud as lit what ha thought. Prolil
Wthm dW not pfohlbit.
Mr. tftarlitick add that they had
hoard a guod dad a Inti tha l'medlats
swallowing tha H-poinlcana and Uie
R-puhll'sMiasWHlhiwInc *••• Populists,
eto.. bat Imi had imt I ward nr in* p, j
lubiilumsU twallnwlng bd.li of tliew.
The hill la raviduimoary. He favored
tha rquiiUtlng of Iks Itauor tn®o—tlw
sal* should be legal Bled. Ha tlMUglit
that ll>* party which pnMd Mil* Ull
woald he liehl reayimsiblr. The Dem e
craU would pr.4l by tha pa twice of it.
Mr.Candlar hop'd tlw 1*11 would
paa*. Ha Wa* InlrmHKed by Mr
Moody, who asked If Mm whole hill
did not real on llw Brat seotluif He
•aid yea. Mr. Moody a*ld li ammMiletl
to Slate prolilUtbMi. Mr. Ufcudlcr
then dhKietKl the Merita or the mil.
All the object lows were tttptlm**. Tha
liqnor men had their kHibyhg* her*.
Mr. Paddlem want'd to know If hs
Intended to lownaata that lw waa In
fluenced by lobby tttaf Mr. Candler
••Ui Bn; he did not ■«" that Mr.
Candler thmi rrematd Ibe dltcnMlmi of
the bill and called to* previous qurt
th»n. A dotes Senators Jutnyad to
their fuel ami saM they did not propose
to Imve a gag law,
Mr. Alv-il mnvd to MJhgii. Mo
tion Inet. Mr. Wowler hoped he could
V-da for some lentpersts Measure hut
ooeld n.it support thi* WII.
Mr. Ormit auppiorted the bill.
Mr. Dowd offered en amend went
aiming not taction 18 subeitiailng Id
p<M* thereof, ‘-ThlaaCt altall ba In
form In en#h oouatV of the flUl* fmoi
Its ratlBewtlun by a Majority of the
quallBad vole* of said »*outy voting
at an elaetion antiiorlasd nod held an
der was pnivlMnn a* saotlon I of this
MV.” Mr. Dowd explained hi* am**)
MUk
Mr. Parthinc htood the MU.
Mr. Peri tine oppaad Uie bill. He
e*M Ulal l he prnblMtlnnlaia at kite
donate Med to oae the alien. Intel uf
r>»»' they I tad In Hr'e'et" liquor nut
the ooentry. Tliey were not elected for
■neli n pdiyo«a Ha Mmll > tn Urn
line) olein every aa*o had hia deonmer
ou hia aldeOxrd. Be did not belie vr
• b»ee <4d UudJiertca had Onto lo hell.
He did net rewamber naniii* any of
then trank.
Mr. Paolar appo*** ‘he WU Tie
did tot belleee It oentd oortall drana
•oiiteaa— it o.teld t)«a|dt mete a nom
poljr uf the tnlt.
Mr. Carter exaiM to be yM
where to belonged. He wee oppuaad
to the Ml.
Mr. biarbook sored to lay the Mil
apoa the Ubt*. Mr.' Candtor dr
BMixird lit* a Tee and nay*. Call Me
Ulead. Ito rote wae tl to «L Ttd
PraaMeat rated la iippnellhra to tabUag
the bill. Tto Sauata then adjutroed.
The following arta were nuUrd: To
lui<on»rate Tto Betrvai. at Cmrtolte;
Tn a (need chap. 07, law* of ISM. to
regulate lit* liquor truffle la Clare land
couoty.
■ooaa
Dili* ware In trod need a* foilnwa.*
.By Mr. MoKaual*. to require ti Jen
«f bicycle* to dlen-iont when seating
rehleWe. By. Mr. Currie, to regalal*
lasm no prm«nr Inaund aval oat Ion
by Sir; By Mr. William#, of (farm,
I to dtrret ilia Ola la Board i4 K luaalloa
Uiref uad the money for aareral grama.
Mr. Oanpltoll ion to a qumtiou of
! paraonal nHrlleca on am arUeio to the
Balelgfi Prim, and aald that paper wa*
an "hermapitrudite." Tto Hon** a>
waya Uugtia at Mr. Cbmptoll, wbo to
a delightful apaukar and baa a ttjtm ail
hla own.
At 11 o'clock tba Speaker aonouoood
the apeelai order, It la btrlug tba rise*
! tl<w 1411.
1 Tha eloottoo Mil waa then token up.
Mr. Luek. Um cbairama uf tba eota
tolttoe Id rliarga <4 tha bill, laid be
wanted to allow tba IWmoeraU plant)
of Utoa tu apaak. Da aald ba hoped tba
Deiauoraia woaM rate for odiat lie do
ctored woo a Bar bill; one which would
glee a free itallntaed a fair ouutil. Mo
oald Um fmtoulota wauled .ml) 8U
BiriutOa'tlate ou tao quad Ion, and
wmild giro tlm Daniocrau mi boar and
a half, hut Umi if luciw waa a dwycai
tl m to amateur tlm prwen.ua qaeeitua
would tm called aarller.
Mr. Smith, oT Gate*, Mid MO* a doom
me Ottawa bad twwl tlm Ml through lie
"W Um bill bod lom drafted iw per
•one uutude ibie Uouae. Bo thought
that few wetalaua undrratood It aod
that opge turn woo heeMearr to mat
wder the Mil properly. Ho declared
that liw IX-taouraU wauled to do their
•luljf. flee - etching atati'im a," aa
Eaan oallad (bora, had drawn tba MS,
and uow Uila lluuee waa rxpectod to
awallnw it. Ha did art tliiuk meotbara
were by UnHc uatba bouial to oboe Um
Iwlteata of auy lea men. Mr. Bay
apukwogauwt tlm Mil, which hv tanned
Um product of Um beam of 1 bo • Bie
Piye,” ami tor mad Um latter tbr *•!««
oe-rtol Are.” He rtdluuleA Um Big
►‘•re Olid wlmt lie termed the “nomin
al ««e»aia*ra” «»f'lie Lrgleiaturr, who
went back and fnnli in iiw-ar "rlclllag
ataloaBen '* Me alluded to tba “fnole*
nar.idlae." lb* election law. arbieh line
been prepared by I brae great mind*.
He mud that many trc> Iona had been
token laalllf (rout tha Democratic wtoo
Uiai law. I*a« a.ana ncUoaa um un
like aaylhlug in hraren nr e .rth. Ha
particularly ridiculed tl>0 auction which
nllnwu Um hUiu ubalriuau lu ungtluato
Jadgra or eirctl.ui a»d poU-bi-ldera,
Kvery decant feature nf Ute hill had
been purloined from tiio Democratic
law: fiouu tlm eery mun wlu.m tba fu
aionetto liml alaodrred and denounced.
Tto-y bad taken It from the Payne
ehoiton law, (roui Payne who wao the
wrurst donouno-d mmi lu the State a ad
tbr moot olandered. Parte of tha bill
had bwD taken ir.ua the Mae each gprlfo
election law. Ha declared It the liugaot
Bteoarrtuge uert known in tlm State, a
disappoint iaaot to lie pmaaotrn, a
«a .keahlft.
Ur. Uampiwll raid In rrpfy that Urn
Cb»«a*n Democratic p'.al form wm a
aiakmlilfi, and ridiculed Mr. Ray1*
•prenb. - He mid br knew BepnMieeut
lu Cherokee who *cM their voire lu
IVieooraia.aDd he defaming the pro
pueed law bev-ease be mid It weald
atop tlii< inlying .if vote* Ha moved
that Mr. Bay** eloquent remark* be
•pread upon the Journal.
Hr. SmlUk. of tMleo, offered as
amendment that when two pullttoa)
parties have united they slmll be ooo
tide red ae only one party. ( While title
we* help* read, Mr. Bean rawed a
■rent laegh by eryiun out, "Mr. Speak
er, on a* me lit of ihe oolae ■ 4 OlW
Miaieriog we can't Ir-ar a word.”) Mr.
Smith defended bis amendiueota m
i*Mh h-gul and fair. After the buaata
made aa te the aoutinnanoe of eo opar
atbm, U !• avldeet t era will l*t only
oar pet of oen-lidaiee. yet the fo*lont*te
wilt haye too eat of Uirre judger and
rrrittrara of electUm. He aeked If Utta
wa» jaal and rlafct. It wee hi* eno
. teniMH that th* fnal-ailata we*e only
■hi* iMKhol party. He declared he
I winild oppoar uotiiloff In the election
I law wlitoti wae ri«ku Ha Imd a pnod
cause for soepleian m Lu Uile Mil, foe
It wee well known tliat euspidoa* men
bad beau oogigM In the pevp-iretl-wi of
ihU bill. Ue wanted a fair aleetioa
law, but ramer Imd made Car lain meo
who were engaged lu thle preperatma
till* Mil leach talked of In Oonoection
with elect Uni fraud*. Mr. Kwarl trod
lie hoped that Mr Smith did wot refer
to Hie '‘eateratad frieod” Buk Kltohlo.
(Tlte latter eat quite near Mr Smith
aod the I titer turned and bnwlog to
aim aaid "preari* oompaey Pvijt «c
aaptad—ftir the proomu”) Mr. Leak
wanted to know if Mr. Smith re I er rad
to hie "e* tee lord Mead "Spier Whit
aker.” Mr. Young, of Wake, aakvd
if Mr. Smith'd «mend meo t wae to pro
vent th* Democrat* from wuoMiitiig
with the strainUt-out BepeWkeeut. Mr.
Smith Sail! he wo not a oom»lnatton
man. Mr. Bwart aaked If Mr. Smith
w-mhl y <t* fur the bill If HI* stem*
meat were adopted. Mr. Smith re
plied yea, if roam ntimr ameodmema,
of e^ual Value, ware whqd-d. (A H"P
ulUA eeM ihe Democratic throat* bed
been out to d iy *nd the bh**1 wa« ruu
nlug out. Nobudy appeared to know
wlial lie meant.)
Mr nmuli willed the yma and nay*
on lila emeodaetat. It waa loot, aye*
M, eoe* 73.
nr. in*«irm ■ m im t"i|»m itn
ruakMlt«* «M to murt wliat l Nr I
thought u Mr Mid rh-mion
U«, 11* »M dlauruMt In nM lto«o, udt
Una WU did u«t itn mti ■ h«. U«
i'ii) i-rnud to moiImii &. r*qutrt«C lb*
dlrlulon of rottwg tuveloeu luU dto
triota uf M> mtrr*. Tbk I* »«t In
ohfivoutm, H« ab|iti < to tbo QaO*tm
a! low tog Millet* on an* kind of paM
aa« with or without dvrlo*. To UM
ho e*m-d aa aawd—t aayiag tiial
audio tiM toil tbrvo would ha aon
fraud U«an rw irefora to tha Staha.
Uaaerupuloi* mi woatd ara thta. Ba
aaid that lu WiNtoa eouuty • **aoaaM
would Ur tha rtaMmo an tha ttahrt aad
la Charukaa a "haaglng *«.>• Ha
•^f*d two other auMadaamria, aa* af
tlwaa Mug that aa ••all) ahould ha ra
gairad that tha vnt*r did aot totoug
to any a«rat political organicittoa.
Ha aald aaab ergaatoattouo Might at
tlarl* fur and and tin ntoady
danarriKi*.
Mr. Wloboraa'i foar amend wont*
wet* turn voted oa. Tlwy war* aah
yutvddown; flrai, thatallowiag aautV
Ur rtoauuu praotuau; aacood. that
ballot* ahould ba wlthoot deviea wd
«n wWtr paper (aye* 33. note«9); third,
aa to fattening of ballot boaaa (wttb
anawal; fmtrUi, laqulrtag nub that
pitar dura not twk'ug t* aay aaerat
tadltlaiiawMr (anutt,noc*TQ) Mr.
C.mjmeJl voted aya oa Um latter hanad
meat, aaviag aaent poUUoal organic*
tlua* had enaard Mnidrimd to Worth
Carolina aod uaabt to ba rnpiimail and
gaanted agalaat.
Mr. Koitbly, PopaSUt, aald ha
thought lli* toll a goad on*. Tb* Pupa*
llat*, b* duoUnd. bad ktUed tha Pama
anrta and Uila toll wowhl Salto ay ttt
Mr. Plilllpa, of Pitt. Wopatlat. atoa
•poke la favor uf Um MU, and arid that
two yaua ago whan oa nparattaa waa
hunt tha Demnerala had aald tha Papa*
Itota aianantad to attiring, bat now
they knew Um pnwar of Pupall*M. Ua
aald that Wlahoroa'a amrudtarot m to
nndaalgaaoD bdlnta waa a fraud; that
It waa not Um with at ballot-box at af
ter* tu haw belVria wKboat detlgn.
ft* aald Um elect km tow woa Um boat
*v*r daa'gocd-, that Um fuatoalota la
trnrtad to naaa It luoiaa It ataad.
Mr. T<uaa aaid ha ara* aurprliad at
Um aotwa of tkaP'Murato today oa
thla MIL They had riiowa a grant dla
pnattloe for falmraa. Ha bad Many
hard ihlaga la hi* baart to aot, hat
would not aay tha at. Ha coaMUaaaa
tod tha Demnerala ua their aanatrra
tlaai aao Uiair oouiaim aad lash of
party heat. Ha then called tha pra
vlnoa auraUou Mr. Ray aao* nit tea
that aa tha third reading oftim Mil tm
monwwho would offer a aubathuto.
Tit* MB ara* than voted oa. Tim ro
ault waa ayea M, boo* 3d. It waa a
atrlot party vote.
tm joint raaofouoa offered br Mr.
William, of Craven, that Ute Legis
lature taka a reeves trow moo Than*
«1 *y to oo-in Saturday, la ordar to aU
land ibe MewU-ta fair, waa taken up.
Mr. Lank spoke againa( It, saying tba
•melon waa passing away rapidly and
little had bora done. Mr Randsrsoa
orutaioted tlie previous question and
railed for tho yen* aud nays ou lb* fa
aolailna. TIm vou was yoas <3, nays
41. It WM KIW4 la Mtvm uf U» l»
ailetlna tbat Friday won a legal holi
day. A taolliMi waa amh to eeapeed
the rulss aud put tha luwilwttea oa
third read lug. but this ratted.
A Mil to amend the panalou act aa
that widows of aoMtera who bare dlad
any lima oloea I be war frow lajurka or
woaods iraetrcd during tha war caa
have poastoum, pstasd Ita raadtaas.
A bill allowing all oouoty nlinsrs to
give laadi la aceurity eoauwnlaa
(am DilliMf ibe act *4 1MBL psased. (A
Mil quite Ilka It waa poaaad a few day*
ag».)
A Mil amending Tha Onda aa that
s-iutimois can be erryed on jamt who
ran away aud o--coral Ibewsstvaa. was
sdmdert.
The M1I to mb a Coda Cbwrala
an>u waa tasda ept-clal ordar (or Man
day next.
A ImU to abolish tba •■•as of koapar
of Urn eapibd and create the ndlsa of
aeperkitaadeat uf puMta baildioga aad
■rounds, waa taken np. It pro rides
for election by tha Lagtelature. Tba
•alary uaroed la 8M0- Tire nurpoae of
this MU who to oast Chat. Charles M.
Roberts, Itewneret, aad put ta a fa
Honi.L Mr. talib of Qwaa. said tba
MU was a m.at uvraaannabte ana and
ooaptl wanted CapA Bnharfs, a oar
tewed OuafeiterMta anidter, for hla good
mouewuaeot of the capital and grands.
Mo saUuw was taken.
A watuorlal frow Mrs. Fattte D. B.
Arrington, eaklng an laraatlgathw of
bar eoae. was raod. Ma naked for a
special aocomltUw, and aasgastod a
committee. Tha resnietioa wva
adapted and a asn It tea, of whteb
Mr. Bay la ehalrwaa, waa appointed.
WKOMBdOAT, FBB. M
■nr ATS.
Bill* war* Introduced aa foflowa;
Ttw WU intrdnced by •mietor Cm4
tor, to regelate Um e*to u« Itoaor, mme
up «A unti.labrd tnialutee. Mr.Moodr'e
■unrt dmrnt to rlnkc eat the wurtto
"ts»unty oomai teal'mere” wbaceieer
Wmy appear erne bat— il to tl. tba
Preetdeut breaking llm Ur by eoUbg
no.
Mr. Dood’e amrodmoot. to otto*
oonnlirc. towiwblpa, cHko oad towna,
to wU upon lln ranAcatwa uf tha blit,
tc accept ur r»J-et Ho pto*tok>i»a by
amiorUy eote, *jo odrpiod-oyaa ft,
moot.
Mr. Long offerrd on amendment to
Mbnlt the bill L> tba qaolifed eoter*
of too dtato at tbo neat btoouoa. Tkto
om dlmamed at um length. Mr.
ttoedtor demanded tbo preWoaa cam
Uun and the axil *M oaaUload. Thto
amendment wax In* -ayaa M. aaoa M
Mr. Mock amt up aa amendment to
*' Ike not "towna hip, Sty or towa”
•leeeeor It ooenre la tba toll. Tkto
*U done.
Mr. kto offered an amendment to
rvdoen tba ncod far kaaplag orderly
femora from WOO l-> flOO. Mr. Ato-H
moead to toy ihta amendment a* Ura
Ubto. The mot ton to Ulda era* toat Ip
a role of ft to *1. Mr. llokMMni
meat waa adopted by a rote of ft to M.
Mr. Ahett ad'red an nanfawt to
Srlke not aertton U f Urn Ida, whtob
mprltre bond fur ksidag orderly
houaea and to pea rant dm n Smarm ar
mtmla*. and | rerldlng for tha eotVe
ttoo ef peaaltloa tor entitle a. Mr.
Omh meoad in toy tha a awn dm eat an
tbo table. Tbla aicllw waa toot Ip a
mm «f ft tell.
Mr. A bell *e amendment ta atrfbo aS
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