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CITIZENS OF PHOENIX -
APPEALING FOR AID
Mor® Trouble It F®tr#d at tht Scsne of Y#s«sr
day’s Riots and tha Air la Full of Rumors.
Th« Bckli** of ths nvs D*«d Nsaros* M*v« B*>#n L#ft
Lying IN Rond—Cr««r*wood to RammhkkJ.
S*w W TV. »■—.
.!•—i* tag, • (f, IMf. •* -
M al M—M— P» »».
yoga. lip gag—. ta lfe*l
T , frrt item— P*w**n* A»
tolagrafdMSm §ng ***#• and a—
TV ■«»'—r W a—• »*r
r»«« hmi -l—t M.mdta
•Ltd**. ad Or—*—. I* ma— M
—•w to a*» »• im grams *4
TV p** l #** of tu *#aw«#d h*e#
prat down alt Iftatr fans td a
•pertal —4 of aawwmwi frtat
SMngtaM. Or—*#, ram# ta ta
Print* Mtaart Miller la dan
gerously w -unded, tan Meaer*.
Fleming amt Torirtffrr are n»t
set tomty hurt.
•portal to Tha Herald
Greenwood. P. C., Km. I#,—
Mr. J Miller. living la a port—
•f (he Irouhled aarti. n. which la
art I led a linnet entirely by ne-
Thiralfn to Kill Those Who Voted
For the Treaty.
At I east One flan Killed and Seven or
Kufalia. I. T,, Nov. 10.—II is known
here that there hits been lighting at
Okmulgee, capital of the Creek nation,
where a council met Tuesday. For IS
hours rumors of trouble have been
drifting In from Okmulgee, which Is 10
miles off the railway and without tele
graph or telephone service. It Is known
that full Woods have mad an attach on
the treaty leaders at Okmulgee, and
that at least one man was killed and
seven or eight wounded. All Iho In
dian police at Agent Wisdom's disposal
have hern ordered to Okmulgee, and
the soldiers will follow. The white peo
ple feel able to take care of themselves.
The only fear Is for the half-breeds
who voted for the treaty.
The Treaty Council.
Cheeota. I T., Nov. 10.—The Creek
returns are all In. and show that the
treaty has carried. Twelve hundred full
bloods stayed away from the polls. A
council Is in session at Okmulgee. The
full blood chiefs threatened to kill the
people who voted for the treaty. The
Indian police were ordered by the agent
to Okmulgee. Chief Ishparheeher
threatens to burn the towns in the
Creek nation along the Missouri, Kan
sas and Texas railway. The Indians
are very restless.
IS IT THE M vRIA?
There Is Some Doubt as to the Iden
tity ts the Wrecked Vessel.
Nassau. N. P.. Nov. 10.—The steam
er ashore off Cat island, supposed to
be the abandoned cruiser Marla Te
resa, is now described as being a dis
armed wersblp flying the American
flag, showing signs of having been on
fire aud having leaked slightly. Sh:
straded in an expossd position on
Thursday night last.
Mr. Hugh Middleton has returned to
the city. _ Xtm
tw* (IMA 4
“Ik Ub Sea df »—l*—l »
Mm—g. an* tad that Mia he*
fat— maiaMn t an —at p—*»•
«ar iataaia ll* unaatey «aa
Ml at araaad aha* moth **P
I ka* («• that Ihe whMta in
a tenet ad a*** , he had ta— *a
lead 'that the ft— aeauM
•■•add fhu e* tad—. «• lha hme
ams r~- • •hnaa *» 4a map
s AuMpr BJIMI #*|fc ’f ' fp-.. e m f flr J-„r $n
hmm *w*ri h«a ra wiir J-ha
•al J*» TMVti pa—4 through
IVMn twaary Mat MdM. They
are Mill Ih-wM M he about
rVoiet. Mtemnoua effort * a 111
he —de ta hrtaa theta fa Oreea.
• ami under the earraal whhrh
has heea Mamed If eucreeaful.
mam trouble Mi euro l» Miner.
State* Hnrrteon, the negro rap*
tured. «da *•»■>* inday, al tt»b
hnfh eharth. the same plaeo
• here tha other »egl ,» worn
shot yeateeday. The gve bod—
are Mill In llte road where they
fell. A crest many mm are
leevtnc at Ihla lime f«r Pli*>e
al* aertlon. and more a lit fol
The Kfpublicans Will Undoubtedly
Be in ('onirol.
what Chairman Babcock, of the Con
gressional Committee. Says.
Washington. Nov. 10. Chairman
Babcock, of the Republican congres
sional committee, believes this morn
,ng that the Republican majority in
the next House will reach 20.
Commission Has About Csmpleted Its
Washington, Nov. 10. The Nica
ragua Canal Commission appointed
by the president under an act of con
gress directing a complete inquiry into
this project, with particular reference
as to Its practicability, has about
completed its report, and the prospect
Is that the report will be handed in to
Secretary Hay in about a month. The
commission has taken a building on
Fifteenth street, formerly used as the
German legation, under the direction
f 4dml*a! Walker, chairman, a force
of 36 computers, draftsmen, engineers,
etc., are at work upon the report, and
me’ mr.JB of technical matter which
Pill accompany it, making in all the
most elaborate presentation of the
rubject ever attempted. The report
will not refer to the political ques
ions involved, but will confine itself
o the scientific and engineer.ng prob
Superior Court Takes Recess Until
Superior court adjourned at 1 o’clock
today until Monday, when civil cases
will be taken up. On the Monday fol
lowing criminal cases will be taken up.
Jutige Calloway will preside next week.
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
Race Riots are
ight Negroes Killed and Hundreds of Whites Hur
rying Into Wilmington on Special Trains.
The Slanderous Negro Nswtpsprr Was Burned by InfuriAtsd Citi
zens and the Staff Has Been Run Out of Town.
I WsaiMMM, t> C*. Itarn t* A
mm apertai ftaMh Mnimingisu. N C..
ware! Bvtat# haee —« stats Ml
ihw tnur«ng mA the
•hue pengA* ha** taade awed »he*e
thmaia «• take veng»uv upon the
, wAMaarM ffemgattay «w •hit* —tat.
*» t *. the vgrwa hat karma re*.
pnaded <« the demand hr tha retaoral
of tha pr— «f The ftaenri. a aearn
ne*.paper *» Atoptoatnigily* «a -
delt, rh. rtaaa as a •hl«e —Mutlee
' <4 A repaired in the light tafaairy
«ramry. where he «a> mm Im riitaeM
hy apfedaitataH Kighi orhirh was Ike
I tael hoar as grare for the mow* Id
rrpSy aad that h«« pa—4 wiihoat
•a aaawer hetag melted The rttl
teaa waited aa hour for retaforre
la the •—•!! armed men tawaa
in gal her la the wide etreet la frrtat
at the armory. They carried rifle*,
ahntgnn* and aiwmoallion and ihe
I—Mbit* Included —Mr of the HMWI
prt.miaeai rlltsma of Ihe lowa At
•Sd the proeeaahr*. beaded hy **-
, Repraaealatiee Waddell and Ihe (ta-
I taltiee at IS. ou.nl la the dire. .Ina of
ri tenth and Knu atreeta. where
The Record filming .hop la loca
All along Ihe line of march ihe pro
reaatoa waa lotaed by araaed-nilaeaa
and ehen ibe oegni quarter wna
reached ihe negroea could be seen a
lew block* away luaulac into bouses.
Whes the crowd arrived In front of
| The Recoid odlcc. a iwo story frame
building, picket line, were ihroau oat
aero*, the street, and squad, of man
.tail to ihe aqume. In the neighbor-
Leader Waddell, with a rifle on hi*
shoulder, went to the door of the
building and knocked, but there be
ing no response the door was »«k>o
burst open. The eltlirns surged isto
the place and commenced the work of
The Negro Editor Flee*.
The colored editor. Manly, hi* bro
ther and their associates have fled,
and could not be found by the eitl
sens. After destroying the printing
house, the march*ts returned to the
armory, where they had left a rapid
fire machine mounted in a wagon,
ready to be dispatched to ihe scene If
a battle should occur. The I aders
of the crowd said subsequentiy that
it was not the Intention to burn the
building, that it was the work of some
rash persons, or by accident, and did
not have rbe concurrence of the com
Today’s action of the whites is a se
quel to yesterday’s meeting. The ap
pointment of the committee was the
result of the action by which the ne
groes were given until this morning
to return an answer to the demand '
for the removal of the press and the i
cessation of tha publication of The
Last night was an anxious one for
the citizens in the residence section.
■ About 8 o'clock a street car came into
J the business section and reported that
| the negroes had fired into it, and ihe
j passengers had returned the fire. The
car, loaded with armed men, was soon
speeding toward the scene of the trou
ble, hut the offenders escaped. The
entire eastern section of the town was
aroused and armed men were on the
| street cars, on every corner and pa
j trolling the dark streets. In the he
gro distict thirty or forty young ne
; groes assembled, but were not armed
I and were not violent, and the older
men said they did not contemplate
All night long the whites kept guard
i about the business and residence sec
tions, but no incident occurred to dis
turb the night.
The Scene Shifts.
At 10:30 the scene shifted to anoth
er section of the city. Scarcely had,
the marchers disbanded at the armory
before word passed that 800 or 400 ne
gro laborers at the cotton compresses
had knocked off work aaJ were assem
bling. Armed men hurried to the rivet
front and took positions at the head of
the streets leading to the docks. The
negroes gathered in groups of 15 or 20-
huddled together and apparently were
much excited. They were soon in a
Alfa At A. «4,
M.te at paa« fia«» mmm taatttad m
’bee* with teawrte <ha< the aht-m
aMe bwfataa ihe b»*r» tpawMe*. and
ihaaitag pmfda. And tafgnA *hMt I—
tamda m mtmm the— aa the atat*
katae qwtl hcea The «*Me btadat*
mdaaneed •• eaHa (ha eacMed taea
mM4 them that am bame was m»m«**c4
*nd taHttad there ta mom «e wtah
l hr*, see «s Madtaii uih nor <h«ea*a
b* Ihe < r«—e la #!' <he dtal.cb—e.
Ihe Vmwl *4ha*>ie. taed* ta. *AMta as
»—*. an Hat 1 —»!««* end Md a pdve*
*#•• ea* tinw<
Th* preaarratwa of etdar la pram
sally .—MI la a emataMle. of Iwtally
•»e who are —w *nmg m r— ar
drr and cherh Ihe twlbta ele—ml
••OM the Mlhliea The iwpld ire ta#
chtaa gas <• a wag— manned w»h n
crew armed with Winch—een. wan
bruogh! Arwn l* (W"* l * «•*- P>**» , ’* r d.
bei am the ad*— as the leader* haU*
gnoa after II word waa tacaht that
relafurre—al* were needed ta ihe ne»
go. wetMta BruoUyn Mm were <—t.
Twenty taloule. ’am newt camd
that there Md heea a collMd.u. be’a'Wg
the whiira and Mark, and blood had
bee* *bed A* • remit of the ironMk
la Prookltta H 1* heltrved IV nu»V*
cf aeg men killed la four A white wan
rawed Mayo, who we. »hc» la the
ainmach. has air w died AaoiVr while
man waa ban Th» aisuailoa W quid
new The ptgne- have «<** Into the
bouw* Squa<*a of men are aow hall
tag all ihe negror* on the street aud
taking ptaud« frdm (hem.
Special i rain, nre Ving run Imo
'.Vllmtiigiin from oiticr loan, with
reinforcements, and arm. Gold*boro
has Marled Mta men Murlntiurg baa
started ISP. and otVr place, hare of
fered help If needed TV light tafnti
uy. <he regular stale military otgati
laatlon. will probably lake .ommaud of
. . . .I *. „ .... .1 Its I’fflim . ttitl
ftbr situation here and its officer* writ
direct the petrolling and guarding ftf
(the city. It ia understood the governor
fhaa given sanction to this plan, and if
• arried out it aIR have a salutary ef
fect. A local i -t web moot of the Toiled
Siao* naval reserve# in fatigue uni
form. snd dragging a i-pounder rapid
lira gc-u are now nt the scene of the
trouble, together with the light In
fantry, and sevetal hundred armed cit
ixena. Hut them la nolhlng to shoot al.
The negroes here disappeared.
A later dispatch to The Star says:
Between 11 and 2 o'clock there were
•evtral skirmishes. The total casual
ties al tvo o’clock were: Fight ne
groes killed, two wounded, three while
men i’-outided Mayo, l hadwick and
Mayo is not dead as reported, by;;
Its shot through the lungs About -
1:30 two white nteu passing the house!
were fired on A detachment ira,ne-|
| d lately surrounded the house and |
! took sway five negroes. It was at
first proposed to kill them on the
spot, but It was finally decided to put
them In Jail. Anoiher negro In the
I house broke and ran. hut after pro
f ceedtng half a square he was ehot.
The negro who shot Mayo was rec
ognized, it Is clslmtd, and a detach
ment found ■ him ill his house.
The following i» the full text of the
Believing that the constitution of the
Usited States contemplated a govern
ment to be carried on by an enlight
l ened people, believing that its framers
! did not anticipate the enfranchisement
jof an Ignorant population of African
| origin, ami believing that those men of
! the state of North Carolina, who Joined
! in forming the Union, did not contem
; plate for their descendants a subjec
tion to an inferior race,
We, the undersigned citizens of the
rity of Wilmington and county of
j New Hanover, do hereby declare that
,we will no longer be ruled, and will
never again be ruled by men of Afri
can origin. This condition we have In
part endured because we felt that the
consequences of the war of secession
were such as to deprive us of the fair
consideration of many of our country
We believe that, after more than 30
years, this is no longer the case.
The stand we n«w pledge ourselves to
ts forced upon suddenly by a crisis
and our eyes are -open to the fact that
We must act novw leave our descend
ants to a fate too gloomy to be borne.
While we recognize the authority of
the United States,, and will yield to It,
if exerted, we would not for a moment
believe that it tsdhe purpose 0 £ more
than sixty millions of our own race to
I. tiiwta— Ip mn W# M
•Mcb •* AMgkadMMta haa w— mm
Wm IWlitau i..M.*»aa lba< *ew
*— ataiiqot* ' I nW» th aanlltaew* of
the a hue gi* •# th** i maiy and
it a f •—* ii i.a * mm m utaA tmgtauta
*"* y. .. wmw *
rvtT th*. the it— ban in— I hr
Ibe tatetaMtant rlttaana «f Ibta comma
•lff. MMta I* per .ewl as the ae*—<
l« and pa*«na !«»«• Ml Mhe a—*s»—.
4*. ha *«M by anat»a.
th. tad -Thai w» ntM mm l—rate tha
low <4 *«**• «»**••- «e wANte m*n in
agMtaimg mth the n»w**an an ibnt by
t . jW mmm n f IL-iM t'*4tan a ta—— mm A » ,•• •••
iba tai.Mlg. ai and ihrifiy ehmani m
gta. tata .a. mi na ■ — ... .
I"* —lm®*.•» w dMd | *’'*w*wtaP <W HR **ta.
Third ■ Thai the negra ha* *e—••
at rated bp antngeaMNM tat ialee— in
«y*cy way. and. wq—tally M hie baHnt.
that he ta ItarwpaM* as re.l.sin. that
h*. taler—a nre and «hantj be idaail
•al *|tb Iheae nf tha i—«»»l|
P.Mirib Thai ihe ptMgtmMv* element
In any rammwalir la Ibe eblle pay.*-
t.ikm and ibnl the givtai d warty
•II of Ibe cm piny mewl let neo>« lalmtera
h». been agalnai the beet Miter—* «*f
ihi* .tattli ami dt». and l. a aaltb lent
r*a*»n why ihe rlly «f Wtlmtngtem
•Mb Its natural advantaae* ba. n«t
j lenaw a city nf at least seam inhabi
nnb-TKal w. propone In fulate la
alt* t« • hue men a large part as Ibe
employment hereafter alien la neni«*ea.
becauae ae teallar that a bite famine*
cannot tlim* here uni*** Iber* nr*:
more otporiunlllea for employment for
the differ— —oibet* of Said famine*
.nth—Thai the a Mta man #*pert ta
live In thta community p*nr*aMy. to
barn and provide .b*->lute protect I.at
for their famllle* "ho shall ba aafe
from tnaull or Injury from all person*.
«iK’meev»r We are prepared to treat
the negroes "lib justice a nd ion»t<leca
-11. in all matter* "hb-h do md In
volve ...-rifle.■* nf the Inlereat* of the
Intelligent and ptogre— *e pottl.m of
the community Hut arc equally pre
pared no* and Immediately to enforce
what ««• know to he mir ilgbl*
Aevrnth Tbnt Wr have IM-en. In our
dralre for harnomy and |>eace. Winded
I noth to our test Intrrevts attd our
rights A climax tea# readied when the
negro paper of thta city published an 1
article so vile and slanderous that it
would, in meat communities, have re
sulted in Ihe lynching of the editor. We ■
deprecate lynching, and yet there is no
punishment provided h>* the laws
adequate for the offense. We, there
fore. owe It to the people of this com
munity and of this city, as a protection
against such license in future, that
the paper known as the Record cease to i
Ik- published and that its editor he ;
banished from this community.
We demand that he leave this city
within ’.‘l hours after the issuance of
this proclamation Weootid, that the :
printing press from which Ihe Record j
has lieen issued he packed and shipped |
from Ihe city without delay, that p he |
I notified within 12 hour# of the accept- |
iunce or rejection of this demand
j If the demand is agreed to. within 12 :
' hours we counsel forbearance on Ihe j
[part of all while men. If the demand la
refused or if no answer is given w ithin j
the time mentioned, then die editor, ,
Manly, will be expelled by force.
it Is the sense of this meeting that
Mayor S. P. Wright and Chief of Po
lite J. R. Mullen, having demonstrated |
their utter Incapacity to give the city a
decent government and keep order .
theieln, their continuance in office lie- j
ing a constant menace to the oeaee of
thla community, ought forthwith to re
The meeting nt which these resolu
tion* were passed was presided over by
Col. A. M. Waddell, and 800 or 1.000
people were present. A great throng
was unable to get Into the- auditor
ium. F/nthuslastlc speeches were made
by many leading cltlsens, among
whom were Col. Waddell. Hon. Jno. P.
Bellamy, Junius Davis, Esq., and Geo.
Last night about eleven o)clock a
burglar attempted to enter Ihe home
of Mrs. Edgar Hubert at 333 Telfair
Mrs. Hubert was only with her four
children, but her cries attracted n
• gentleman who was passing. Ihe
j burglar escaped and there is no clue.
Lynching at Homer.
Atlanta. Ga., Nov. 10.—Will Oober,
a negro, was lynched at Homer at mid
night for the murder of Jacob Ayres, a
blacksmith. Gober ran into Ayer’s fa
ther with a bicycle, and in the quarrel ,
the negro killed Ayers.
The Treasury Deficit.
Special to The Herald.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 10. The gover
nor sent in his message today notify
ing the legislature of the deficit in the
frtt r#Ml AS* A »TAS
tbl — Aph
DEATH STALKS ABROAD
ON THE SEA ISLANDS
The Storms Hsvs Ruinod tbs Crops and tbs
Inhabitant* Fscs SUrvstion.
Tbs Rott‘«S Crain M<»* P»i»Oft«0 tb# V«rif Atm«*©h#fS
and Fpvar I* Oaimini Mum Vkrlim*.
Tha A—wulwg »i |. ok*u «w—v
.mt Mp urn n— *• as Ptaffh iW—MM
1 taigbntaa Mbs* Mta*. w eat Utah*—
«*4 na an th. a*. Vanda #•«—4
*hw and a*a*w *•••*4 by awtataa**
Tb» —Mpwbw* ma—l Mt* A
«* Malta, a taWSii* i*whi* Mta
A ley TwMtaM. «ntaa*ta4*M
la*y *4 Mb Itailrta lb— hd lie—
Mini a gtaMy atal Mta—l A M—•»
df f"ha*MWa Me. taw, ta a* hd*
Mta** el * •- Mta. a, IMg
May A TbPM*—•
Mt |ha> Mb Ii may V —d
' ihai •*•* aii*adatae m mm Pm ih*
mtaMh «d ttWidar •*•• wtaal. amd thm
i W UP ewww M*« My e— yfdmWy V*
j am* •» mta* P*— pail—a. and *bw
f •»- b*Mta M q*dt» fatal . Tb# »W* wm
—* worma ihai V»* paw— «m*y lb*
miand. hav* d—*4 ewqm. am*
•itaty d»—r»d lb— m —v bmah
tlaa JTb* great tidal •••* (h*l *••
It—y N— mvetal adanda. Warn
i*4 ibe cr— with eedg* nwd •**■
«c4* iM n a ib •*bit .«#-•
from Hag ewta. Map and ptaaio*.
ibai p*—ta— m— maMMud*. *Mb
t mrhi—a H— Vv* merry ai m IV
people* If reMef data ta— *♦»«•
wm *—«*. —ny *IM vrlah f—
atatvaibw. TV I*4*l wa*e as rtrloV*
> t deettwy— of IV r—m that
•era b-ft aftar IV a*e*pMig cycb— of
I abaft bay* l« ..»>** a ewMef ml.-
wm •• I did Mi IMB. and may »V
I I tad aead v »u— ibdt we may
, rtacue many from pethbln* Tb*
lo*arher. all around npptal to and
I must pn*. on l Vic thrilling apvala to
iboo* *bo have m*#n* I* help u» M.v
'ih Lawd la #»me way Vlp* IV
; afflb led p*«t 1* Auction tale* of large
: tract* of tv land .operct familie. own
; transpire almtal Mmily to pay taxta
If they ba»* live .i.wk, that 100. mum
go t. pay merchant* for railnn* tahen
up "Vrewlth to sustain ih* famtl—
* hile raining thdr < ropa H la so and
to know tVy worked #<• hard m IV m
lenoe heal lo ra— large held* .4 com
and cotton, lo t*»l and fill IV l*lafid*
• lib d.******.
A colored preacher vlalled me yea
ler.lay. a HM man till much Inllu-
Hire In Ihe communliy. and *aW he
had walked atm len mile* lo rooSMlt
with me what I* beat to d»: pr«.po**d
that I ah' uld In—le "Mb nor I hern
frienda la their I»half, «l «ould it V
Viler In petllbm Ih* government to
•end the K*d Croat here. I could not
advise him I can only pra>. "U*rd
GOING TO SAVANNAH.
Other News of Military Nature at
Huntsville, Ala.. Nov. 10.— Lieut.
Victor Hhcpherd. with 14 men and a
...mpany ot II of the signal corpa. de
parted at noon for Savannah. Oa., and'
General Carpenter, with the regimental
1 headquarters hand and live troops of
the eighth cavalry, will leave tonight
j for th<* nann* plate, to tuko the ateamer
' for Cuba.
j Privat** Grady Co. K. *d*chsh Infan-
I try, d!«r*d today of typhoid.
Private# Canoll and Johnson, troop
11. Adam*’ troop K. tenth mvalry. w«*r*
! convicted' by court martial, their r«»n-
I din t Iwlna to prejudice Rood order, and
were aentenced to be dlahntioiably dm
charged and Imprisoned at hard labor
for one year.
must cancel leases.
Stockholder of N. C. and St. L. R. R
flakes Plea to Court.
Cincinnati <>.. Nov. 1# -A decision
was handed down In 'he I tilted HI ais
mint of appeals yesterday, in which
.lie plaintiff, I H. Rodgers, of New
Yu, k, holder of « million dollar face
value slock In the Nashville. Chatta
nooga and St- bonis railroad, prayed
for an order of the court declaring the
leases tnnde by certain tributary toads
to the Nashville. Chattanooga and
St. Louis railway, by the directors of
the latter road, as null and void, be
cause they Impaired Ihe Interest of the
stockholders fit the tiiHln road. The
court granted the plaintiff's petition,
and ordered the defendant companies
to cancel their leases.
MAY HAVE WAR YET.
France Orders Thirty Vessels Into
Paris, Nov. 10.—The Matin says at
the council of admirals, held yesterday,
It was decided to lit out ail French war
vessels available, and thirty reserve
ships have been ordered into commis
New York Futures.
Nov York, Nov. 10. Futures opened
| steady at the advance. Dee. 5.18. Jan.
j 5,20, Fob. 5.23, March 5.28, April 5.32,
i May 5.37, June 6.41, July 5.45, Aug.
| 5.47, -Sept. 5.51.
Mrs. O. G. Canter and Miss Sallie
I Ganter, of Groveiown, are in the city
: today. , _
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By Judge Ree«e In Superior Court
The following 11 initials were sen
11sliced by Judge Reese in superior
court this morning.
Jttllnt) Harvey. Dye vrar* In the pen
Joint Tnnsklt'v. alias William*, three
year* In the reformatory.
Thud Graham and Johnson Evans,
flvo }-<»rs In the penitentiary.
Charles Oliver, live years la tf'e pen
Pinckney Elmore, twelve months cm
Zeke Hrowu. five years In the- peni
Jehu Parker, five years In the peni
Columbus Darton, live years !« the
Alexander Hauaer. twenty years In
Melville Miller, two sentences of
twelve months each on the chalngang.
Alfred Tanksley, twelve months on
William Perry, twelve months on the
Alfred Jackson, twelve months on
William Newsom, twelve month oa
Will Ships, Will Cain and Walter
Jackson, twelve months each on the
Humphrey Johnson, eight months on
HOUSE WARM ING.
Mr. and Mrs. J. h. Hashburn Enter
tain 1 his Evening.
The parsonage or St. James’ church,
which has recently been remodelled
and improved, will tonight be trown
open to the congregation and other
friends and Mr. and Mrs. Mashburu
will entertain with an old-fashioned
Cotton Crop Estimate.
Washington, Nov. JO. —’ The agricul
tural department November crop re
port estimates the total cotton crop as
"not far short of ten million hales. ’
Mr. C. A. Blend returned from At
lanta this morning. • _ ,