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F TA BLISHIED 1865. N EWBEI Y. S. C., FRIDAY, MARACII 3, 1890). TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YEAR
NEARLY ACROSS THE ISLAND.
T liteE iA Y' M iAIFo R FitoM GULF TO
Tho Necotit Motith Catrolina andt( Two l1i
toolmR I me t t 1ti1t, Unttter consatd or Get,
)ostlams, larch from Qiemaittoes to
(tA&t#si4, Eseth lmas Unrryleise 05
I111nsada tot t iagg s -lit'ittI
feat atnd Vatying sMetm,-ry
Alfiig tihe Roul adsmid ut.
ithe e,ma potary Catp
(Special to News and Courier.)
II an Old Field about Fiftoon
I Miles from Quemadoes, Cuba, Sun
day, February 19.-This has been
a Sunday that will long be ronem
bered by overy member of the 2nd
South Carolina volunteer infantry.
At 6 o'clock this morning reveille
was sounded and 5 o'clock this after
noon finds thle regiment encamped
in a field about fifteen milen from
where we slept last night. The men
brought "shelter" tents, littlO follows,
about five feet wide at the base, five
feet long and four foot high at the
contre. Two men occupy one tent.
Our mon have suffered terribly
from the march. \vo did not follow
a road, ) ut caine arosp fields, through
swamps, over hills, through valleys;
we crossed streams over which we
had to build bridges beforo we could
get over, tore down barbod wire
e60s, wont around hills too near
erpndicular to climb over, waded
through mud and water, and had an
all-roumd tough time.
The scenory along the route was
magnificent.. It surpassod anything
wv have yet seen. As we passed
around the city of Havana, though
some miles away, the view of the city
and harbor wias beautiful.
Geui. Douglas was at the head of
our regiment, and h( rodo to the top
of a high hill, upon which was the
ruins of a Spanish fortification. The
iegiment was stopped hero and the
men picked up many bullets, flat
tened and bruised by having come in
contact with the stone around the
The next stop was in a beautiful
valley, through which passed a
stream. On the opposite side of thc
stream from us, on a very high bill,
was a fort builb by the Sanniards.
It was here that the men ato dinner
the horses wore watered and the mer
rested. In the meantimo a bridg<
was built to span the stream and t h
regiment. passed over.
JOINED BY TIE ILLINOIS TROOPS.
In a short while we came to a road
and wo joined the 4th Illinois, whiel
had up to this time travelled anothe:
route. Th e two regiments t ravelet
several mih-ls until 4 o'clock, wvhei
camp wvas pitched ini a field covere<
withI grass about eighteen inche
)gigh. And here we are now, read;
to spend the first night in shelte
tents. These tents are not as iong
as a man, so his feet sticks out in thi
doew at night. EaLch man has on
blanket andl ai poncho, upon whic!
hoe sleeps. The aflicers have larg
hospital tents atnd cots. There at
ten oflicers to each tent, and the col
are put aus close together asi the
could possibly be, there being
r spateo of a foot bet ween the two roy
of cots ini thme tets.
Every man in the regimenti
tired and their limbs are sore t<
night. Never before have our me
'had such an experience as that of t<
day. The t wo Illinois reguineon
were peramitted to follow the roan
hlil.s out' regiment was led by Gel
Douiglas thl~rought the roughest cmi
ry I have ever seen--across ditchi
and smtall streams, through mu
over rocks and btarbod wire, throup
fields, banana groves, paln and pin
apple grovos-boautiful scenery.
lbut terrible ground to wvalk ovi
Many of the mon gave out, we
co:np)Ietely exhausted and fell by t
wayside. These were gathered i
by the ambulances following nt
brought to camp.
Mujor Eaves was forced to Lai
the amblanlirce anid Capt. WVann
maker comnmandedl the 2nd1 battalic
Major Wagoner's horse was bad
eut ini getting ovoi a barbed wv
fence. She was able to travel<
Saappser tonighit wats enijoyedl
the ment ever so much, notwil
standing the fact that it consist
only of bacou, broad, salmon, pota
toos, Onions and coffee.
At taps tonight nearly every man
was alee). Thero will be io run
niing the line tonight. Every 011 is
MONDAY ON THE MOUNTAIN rops.
Monday, Fobroary 20, 4.0 p. m.
This afternoon the regim"nit is upoi
a high mountain. The scenery is
undoubtedly the finest that we have
yet seen. In the distanco, towards
the south, the city of GUines is in
sight. WVo will reach this city some
time tomorrow. This is a pictur.
osquo country. The .valley to the
oast of our camp is broad and green,
dotted hero and thero with plis
and baiana grovus, making a beauti
ful scene. A chain of hills are to
ward the north, an- the southern
viow is of a plateau slopintg towards
the sea sixtfon miles away,'with the
city of Guines inl full view. Every.
one is enraptured and expressions of
admiration are to be hear' on every
This daiy's march covered about
fifteen miles, but Was as nothing inl
comparison with the terrible trip of
yesterday. Today we had a good
roadi all the way and the greater
part of the distance was shaded by
trees of abundait folhage. For the
first few miles the limbs of the trees
oil each side of the road reached out
overl the road, forming a complete
arch for several miles. Our line of
march was over bills and throtigh
valloys as yesterday, but we expo
riemiced none of the hardshipsof mud
and water, barbed wire and ditches,
rocks and holes, and bridge building.
At the end of every hour a rest of
ton minuts was taken and three
hours were spent at the place the
regiment stopped for dinnor.
The country through which we
passed today was very mountainous,
but at times broad lioldi spread out
before us. Tobacco farms of many
hundred acres each woro seen and
the land seemed to be very produc
tive. Farm work was in progress,
some of the laborers planting a crop,
while others nearby were gathering.
Corn tasseling and bearinig fruit was
seen at somec pIaces, while at others
the young plants were just coming
through the surface of the earth.
But tho grandest, scenery was thc
mountains. Near the t(*vn of Sai
Joso are very lofty peikis, and b0
tween two of the highest. of these th
road passed. Engineers say thai
these two peaks were not less that'
six hundred feet. high andl a p
rdicular fall of ful'y one hundred ani
fi fly feet was seen hv the side ()
one of them.*
A MIAMMOTu'I CAviC.
Tuesday, l"ebrury 21, .30) p). mi
r --Our regimnniit is enicampiled ahf
Shalf a milo to the eastward of
is cit.y of GAuinres this afternoon. T
ecamp on the riouintin was niot hi
b ken till 1 o'clock this afternooni, amr
o after waiting ani hour for the 91l
e Illinois to got ready to. leave carmi
s we start-ed for Gumies.
y D)uring the morning thne men c
a the thr'ee r'egimniiits on1 Firoe Mouno
's tain spent tire (liy inl visit.ing~ varioui
places of interest oni thle mounitai
is and in the valleys, the most inmpoc
>. tant of which wvas a mammoth cav<
n I think every man in the brigad
>visited this cave before wve left~ tih
Ls camp. The cave wans large arnd ver
I, dark, the atmrosp)horo' beinug dar
ni. and1( cool. T7wo springs woro( foun
i.in thle cave and severail piles of bom11
1s were seen. TPhe visitor's carrried1 cair
ci, (11(s so ars to be ablo1 to see whli
;h awvay in the carve.
e- At 1 o'clock tents were strurck anr
- a little later we star'ted for the cil
r. of Ginois. The journey was o
re eventful, several rests bieing inidulgt
10 .ini during thre tIhroo0 hours' marc
ip As wvo pase through the city ti
ad peoploI camoi out into the str'oots an
cheered tho soldiers.
ke The camp is situaited b)y the side
ta- a beautiful stream, which afords
mn. armple sup)ply o' waler for th li
lly and stock and excellent balt.hic
ire faceilities. We are eon the line of ti
mf, railroadl leading fr'om Havana
Guines, ini a level plat'arn cover
by Iwith g'rass anbouit t wo feet long. '1
thr- Carribean Sea is about seven arnd
nd half miles from camp, anid several
thl) comlpanlios expect to go to the
seashoro on Thursday.
FOUR DAY8S TAY NEAII OUINES.
Tho brigade will remain hero for
41 tlays, sev, ral comlipanlies front mich
regiment going out. into Ih vouilitry
every diy, no two going to the same
Thle men have stood I he march ad.
mirably and are as lively this after
noon as if they had not had II days'
mnarching, carrying sixty-five pounds
of baggage each. They have had a
hard march and have siffered conr
siderably. The first iight we had
eiough wiater to driik, but no ith.
ing facilities; last Iight anld this
morning there was no water ft r the
mon to drink nor with which to bathe.
Two wolls were near thu camp, buti a
stiniel was kept at, each one to pro
vont Ina carrving oil the water.
Wo all qIumelied our inttenso thirst at
one of tlte wells last night, but early
this morning the partially decoul
posed body of a .log was drmwn.,
from the well and tihe men were not
anuxioIs to drink any mor4 of it. All
today tho I men wanted water ad
walked for soveral miles to find
drinking water, but now we have a
large clear, cool stream,. Or stay
here will no doubt ho very pleasant.
FROM SEA To SEA.
We have marched nearly across
the island. Frorn the Gulf to the Car.
ribean So i%% a long march for uvor
loaded soldiers, but the min of the
2d South Carolina arc yolling tihem.
I am told that mail will leave
Guines for Havaita tomorrow morn
ing and I will try to got this letter
There caie pretty near being
cronible betwee the -Ith and thi
Illinois regiments this evoning,
caused by jeering.
Jilvery ian has twenty -line rounds
of cartridges for his rift".
One hudand re 1111d. forty sick mn
were sont to the camp at Quenados
today from this brigade.
No tables or chairs woro brought
on Ihe trip, and the colonel and every
one elso sits upon the ground, with
his plate on the ground in front of
him when he eats a meal.
The regiment passed through i
cut, in ithe road today at least eighty
OREAT SU(IAR C.\NE COUN'TRY,
'lThis is a great sugar caneountry.
Entiro train loadi of Ih prodt
wereI seln today.
A st.raight stretch of road, fully
six mules long, andil covered1 with an
unbroken arch made by the t rees,
wats paissed yeste'rdayt.
Mall will probably reach us F'riday.
'The return t rip w~ill bo Saturdaduy.
The General expects to reach Que
iados by Tuesday of next week.
The kodak ganig is having a '"pie
The style of the buildings i
othier Cuban citit's, quiamlt and1( at
t Ira etive.
The men wvill all visit the townt to
We are forty - outr itiles fr'om 0our
-camtp at Quemtados.
s Louis J1. BRtis'row.
- No one to kiss whIen a mann goes home11,
e No onec to kiss whuen he leaive''
e No 0one to ho0ld in his hnuzsry armis,
Anad none1 to 'ontsole when heo gieves;
A nd only aL hio ualit teraed lip,
P Andl only a lire and a lirht,
ci Whtil hcItis foo tfallts in g thriought the
. l That. are chill wit,h ,,he s.e o'(f night.
Ic And ai tian kniows Elhen how thin the
d 'Twixt him and1( the saivage life,
Andl he knows that, the waLlL that sepa'
lis the-loveO Of ai genttle' wife;
Sl"'' is datinty homei, wvith its piei.ored
mI WVith its tapestries, rugs and lace,
Is inl mere to him1 wh len his loved one'i
of 'Phan Elihe h eathteni's abeiing plaice.
mNI) one to kiss when a mni goes home
No one to kiss when lie heaves;
anNo one11 El) hold ini his hungi'y arms,
ig Or to ay "iNevetr mtind"l whten h<
to Bint only3 a honse all littei'ed up,
And only a tire and a light,
While his foot falls inug throu)tghi th
a T1hat are wveird with ghonl ish night
of S. w. (hiriLILAN.
STATE CONSTABLE KILLED
ANOT)i IiCit D)Ii'i%l I'ICN it TCAGIl)Y IN
11itma 'II IN)4 it at )oiN t w h itie 4 I I 124 S IIIt,
141iii T114io secat m liII$ q1 114*0-11 11) 1.x
vtie for tle itnllgg--hIle shooter
ame tho Ma t Sittot Wert% Frievocla,
a ik@41 t Im C .t marillilgly II
II-I ilitt' I he MINI It .indm
i11.e144 Attion tii
l'opli, by ,11t,
Colmbhi-i, February 28.--Dispen
1ry t rage. los colioe t1iek and fast.
'oight, ily the third nigUt after
,he Stuar. iiling, yourg Alex Cart.
(Idge, a li wly lppointe'd disponsary
-ollstable, is lying it ti' Coliibii.
E1ospital. Ie V1s shot by Williai
3. Moot z.e, J r., t soi of W. 13. Moot ze,
vlo is it miost. Iirdent. opponlent of
.h10 dispenvm,iry law, and alwatys hals
wen. Tlt afray is diriectly to ho
rolited to the disenistry law, and
t is all the Iluro to boe regretted be
muse of the fact that. Ihe principal
Ictors hvio hortoforn hevil fIII
riol Ids, having boIml iviuembro's of Com
plny K, of the) 1St. South (arolina
regimlient. Til breach occurred over
ho appoi it ment. of Cirfledgo as
'tato constable, and culminated to.
ight in thw probablo killing of Cart
lodgo by his fornmr friend and mihl
Tliero is littlo to be said about
Lho shooting. 'Ihelro is little to be
learneid. Th'eisi, who seei to know
anything will not, tilk, and it is a
hard imatter to get. anyone who knows
ailythilig abvut tl au'air to speak.
Thet) evidenI)cO seems to be that
Meetze, Charles Stone and anlother
frilnd were walking up Gervais
street. Just in front of thin restan.
rant of Tom Lane, colored, the party
met. Meetze, it is Said, accosted
cartledge and told hii he had heard
that ho (Cartledge) had boon ap
poinited a "spy." Cartledgo said bo
was not a spy. Moolzo Said olm
thing in reply itd told Citledge Ie
was lying. Cartlodge returineid tho
lio to Moo. The cursing pro
gretssed, and MNfootze drew his pistol
aud firod oil Cartladge. St.ono wits
standing neiiar by. After tho shoot..
ing Cartledge pulled"! opon his slirt.
anld showed Meetzo wihere ho h)"d
.shot him. Meetze aind Stone then
weit tlirough Tom Lanm's store, and
ittor a brif talk Motzii jimmed
over the bak fele and weit, direct
lv to Sheril C (athca rt's home, v*here
lie surriolidered himself. Mr. W. H.
Nleotzo joi.o.d h;s sol and the threv
went. to the I ;il, where yoling Meet ze
was1 turniied olve'r to thle jailer.
Mr. Josep Daly,"s a stn oif CJhief of
Polico D)aL, anid Policemeni Dowie
andu St ricki and( were111) amg the fi rst
t o reach the) scene. Younig Carito
ledge wais abl)1 to taliik in at whlisper,
anid Policmanm I )owie satys hio satid
that. Bill Meet ze, Churloj Stonio and
J oe -- ( here lit speko so quietly
ats niot to bel undlerstUod) cameil up1.
ThIey) cursetd himl ami Bitl Mei1etz'et
-lhot hiti. 11 dncidi 1no.hing. Mr.
J oseph Da )ly. h ad a b it of paperm' w ith
himn and here is what lhe has1 record
ed: "Bill Moe'zz., (Charlos Stone andi
Joe. 'ThIey camIetip and cur1( esedl me
and1( then tirwd oin mie. Bill Meetz
did all the shoot ing."'
Cartledge, after thle shooting, won
w7hen ~he got tup and walked to
door stop when1 he satt down agai
T1heni P'oilionum . Dowi1 anid Strick
land wated@( to) takhe him homei inii
hack, but as soon1 as they s trtedl ti
miove wvith himi lie cavil inl, perfoet.I;
limp. It was thought best to strotel
him i out oin bho pllaitfor R ntoarby an,
P'olicemnant D)oi bathed3( his head.
D rs. Gi bbes, Knhowl ton), Faarlo an
t.ho' wiounded1 tii ratn. II is breast wai
barted and a gapintg woundiit was nic
ticedi in ihtel cet'tre of his bronts
Tlhoro was1t antothier wound in th
abdomeiin antd a thlir d in theo rigi
pwrist. It was hioughit th- '0 woutl
til whilo on the plat.form. Hie lool
ed very like a dying nmaun. Thio dos
tors thIouight it 11ost to tak ih i i
the Hosp51ital aIt onco0 and tho Blat
Maria was tusedl s atn ambhulanic
Julst. beufor ( CatlIed ge wa is t aken
the lHspi AdI his thelr (cameIt upj at
tft ar lnokhnr nIt his hoy soon oui
up hope. Ito itiirod VIIo hu i slot.
tho boy IId w.ht14n1 tho witgonl startod
for ti Itospital ailkod to bo aillow0d
to go along, which was pormitted.
Hto soemed very quiet. Somno one
said that. tho boy told his father who
had shot. him and 1lhat. ho could
aveto iis iifo. Tnis could not. bo
Mr. W. B. Memtz, th father of
Ilho lanl who did tho shooting, wis
sol-InI itt tho polico stationl, where ho
hald goneo to report. that his Son wits
in tho jail, and ho said lint tlivr
would bW n1o use to vihit the jail inl
tho hope of getting any statemenvlt,
as ho had po-itvivly advised Iis son
not to sty antivLhing itbout, the lOftir
to Itiy one anlld tihe father (lid no ut
sm0111 inclined to say anythin,,g for
lle prosent. lo said in a gneoral
way that. it sevried to be it case now
of whwther you wero going to 1e
killed by a Stato colntablo or do tho
killing yourself. 'I't stlbstanlco of
tho stiatottont of Caitlodge WIts ro
poatod to him Itid ho said that
that was all ogethevr fals.
Policemniil DUwio said that. ho
fonid a half pint of liqor anid a
pair of knucks on Cartloigv. 110 did
not. fiud any pistol ad nono was
found on Cartlvdgo as far as can be
ivard. Ilo did nt,L draw his pistol
if ho ha1d ally and it does not appoar
that ho carriod it, with him. From
wlati can bo gathtirod the dofrenco
will bo that. Caritlodge madtl an it
telipt. to draw Something front his
hip pokewt ald that Mootz dfidl no1t.
shoot 1ut iil hiS deontist.rtion WIs
made. This is not frot an1y oflicial
source. Williamll P1carkr, a 110or
who works at. Tom Laitne's place, says
that bjo hoard Mootzo tol Cartledge
somthintg about his being at spy, iand
he heard the io lpassed, ind thon ho
hoard the pistol shots. Ihlloro s'evimls
to bo a difforonce of opinion is to
how% many shots woro firod. Thro
werev crtoi nily th1rvo shots 11Jiled, its
the1ro aro that mv wouids onl
Cartladge. Some say theo woro four
and others that there wore tivo shots
1i rod. It is stat thait Cartledgo re
0elived his Commission its Stato col
?-tablo y'storday. Ho semod to bo
talikattivo abouit his appoinitment and
spoko of it to soveral parties. Mootzo
is a young man, not yet 21 yoars of
aro. Hoe bits a good hoart and is frill
of kindness, but hails at quickiesH
itout. tight img and ont on or two
provIOus occastin hais hand difilil
ties when htle thought advititago was
being takwn or him. Cartldge i
also a young imaitn 1, at son of Disponlst'l
Cart.ledgo, Itild smis to havo been 11
qIliet young imitl. Stone Was also 1
memboer of Company tK, of the 1l
South Carolina regitent. Stono, vm,
not, to bo sven tonighl. In rosponsi
to, it inq ilr it tit( Columbin Hos
himl adm it is thot nit bo to wit
die betfortioi forning11)0oxttit
Ihot Io i artl e t ired. to ita
irAflerm t he r)Ip-111( whatve
it u toh ugh tItt, out had tehst as
tohd gritS o dtie to gwtt.lon
it 01;bt oow iht O r tt toe not, we
itor'oas y)iou xted.io You passt Iet
b.nt, ylopes cnigtm got t.il up il
sthe rntlig felitgt romore auta
thent iwhgen og retird. ntaitiYo ir
iritoableoo and gsihvos t
appre t. gito rvour ftoi o a Yo
abot n a (lig.,t-ss, half-heateidi hr
rvtot t to tem to gto wrong.it rot yo
norvous i porat ionS res Yos ni hri ita
anid yloo ned oit mof sorw ta yo
dt idt wh the14 grit wa aiIt ittors.
Dr. toin' N vino is theitesto mit
icino yout can get. tos. bii up syo
wat ig ontS.ing ing,riably.
ovtr strung,tvtner thir ga.rip, re)Ist
it ofak)r thetappetitrvkin, fac.il
te ath dillstion,1)r ies Nathr
y ltaliy trote ofntrvo ady rsr
" oni g w ainvous etle tdss on ia
antaltogtrd rouet og soth.s rnw
atl told not flee my111 (bef
t (~ Adrsing)r Min, N.oY.
THE DISPENSARY TRAGEDI
1 ION IN COtUMInIA.
Thimes At-cafss 'l ('ssinis.- mli tsii The ss enl
.2111tn C'nomfortaltet 14 I'v P elliit lta3
issil liteir laivye'r 4ie4 woe A pph eir sit
till oepse.riud-e 1 IMonsit (a t list IWl
ror e'lmi t11r. -1t a ortlo Wusisid
oib 's n1st istl mli l i ly stil
l twst islit -0, sis1d his
Iiraedy lilny l'rive to
l ve se s l=it s i
(Special to News lian(d Conlrior.)
('ollimbill, Fob. "S. Tho Stua
(rayitIN colltiits to be tlt, topic I
ConIvorsation. Tie conlstabheis 11111
.iillont ai t king tin is easy
th Stato e'vitentiltrV. lr. Jo,
Stuart, who wa- ist lill ihl isionth I
olh of tiho buillets fron C11rawford
pistol, is nlot. get t iiig ljoig as wll
mnight hiw hope for. Ther is son,
fear 4 of blood poisoling or paritlysi
I'llst night lit ivosted fairly vwell al
wts liblo to drink alIbout, half a gl
of Illilk. His phyisiaias havo i
vised againlst his talking anld ho en
niot Vpry well talki evenl if heo wNislo
to0. Thell tistiues arv heling inl pal
of tho wound nlild for bim to tit
melanls to intforrulpt tho hvialing pr
(41s41. Mlr. Stuart hals niot vvt bi
ablo to Say anlythting ait, all abo
tho killhug, bit. it isexpeted th
within i few days ho will be ao1.
to givo hii vorsioln of tM I iltrgedy.
Mr. Colo L'. Blans', who is coul
Sol for tho consitaibles, iiving b
111ployed by tho defn'lce, 'aid tod
that ho did n1ot. yett positivey kn<
whiethervi bail wonhd bo aske.lOt
counlsel 11111 b issoviatod Illt ho ell
and thero Wats nlo specil hurry aibc
tho lillittor, ats the coilst, liblos wI
Very well plolasvl wiltro i boy worv.
Attort(%y 0Generall Btillinger01 paIii
brief Visit to (ovorl-lo Ellorbo at
ailolig other things talikd aboliut t
rocont killing alfray. Governior Ell,
ho wished tho nit,ter fully inlv..,
gated andl a t Ia1 of all of thie fi
aS Hs011 18 a )OSSibl.
Nir. Bolliniger said ihat thoro v
nothiing for hi oflico to do'in c<
Iloctioll with tho 1111111ir, tilless it
shitowi beyond a donbt tlit, till cI
stabli-i had donlo tho killing in
di.,charge of their olicial duty, fill<
t.hat evt Iis hoflico il iake a lhand
the <h-fvlco of tho collstabls. In
ovelt of till sickness of thie so-ivi
it voli h io tlle Cinintionl of hil of
to ropreso't, thm prosecntion.
chltel " I' .. howover, t.ltt illr i
ho nti) occt'iohn for the Aitor:'
(14e1wral's office to task's anly I
whasltemvert in th ase~ll. la th isina11
ofi hili ord1inar1ily till .icnitor'
s(ent. thu State.
Acts road1( to1 hijun e'very day3 andisi
abossut that11 unlinher'l l'achi isbiv.
I.11. 3' iny b 11)1oted inm passinlg
Crawzi~fordl, Co~0leman15 and11 iDorn
'a Stato1 011 con.tahlalry andss tha5.t thety
s onlt. aittendeing to thmeir'bsinless
r It is taItedl thait. Cooh-y, augi
whon'in there'l is itiost fselinig,
e neve been1 promfiVisdaorm
f".he hadi uit.srim 5!y lih- ' sis aislim
ar) l dt( i lM e ln t i 11 Olis) il l iSS i i I
1s is some11 sulgges8tion of at mass r
P ins belin' hldheo n hn
i night to prlotest agaiinst te ki
r. of NI rs. St.art iby Stauto coaist ab1)
- 'iT suggestloll hals not y1 t 1t.
st deflinsito shalpIs and~ it is perhal
HA lINESS Si 10P.
iiu nos)s Shsop oni Matim St rIot, nelxt,
ai t.o 0. Kliot tnlor'. WVill 51m;ko
1i8 voars e' xperriie '. P'rico's ressori 4
:a1 (ive him inyour ordes. Saitisfi
-tILA -EC ANP AAS.i E '11 )1-FENIt
CON:'ll A IIi,ES.
1'ana reor Setiiriig 11ani Noi Yot 1'. rfeetf dl
-- Ntolhm tt) Im Mmn% .Jot.t Yet -
Oth 1r ouinsol to he
1111901 & B111tlas, In wyrs of Saln
dit, will dofollIl (Iho colstiblvs whe"
Over 01 they ire brcught to trilil. The
firm is composmil oi Mr. Colo L.
111ilso, of Nt-wherry, and Eugone S.
Blese, of Saluda.
Mr. Cole L. loase, of Nowberry,
was in (ho ciy y estorday intd wolit
to the lieliten Lil ry to consult N."th
his c!'ionts. 1It wits accompalliod by
Simri lt MCravoy, of Lai rolI, who
is a fimid of Crakwford. Mr. Bloas
said this morning that h had not
vet illmppod out his course of action
ind lun not decided when or whero
li wohl. apply for bail. Ilo roturn
d to Nowberry this Imorning anid lh0
satid that thi' constables wold( re
main inl ti pn itentilry for soio,
Id (i iv yvt, or. tilitil his I)IIIIIS hitld b)otti.
It is likely that, som1 othor lawN ers
will bm liglged in tht llso, but who
they will ho lits not. beon decidod.
Tle I cotlalblos lir said to hivo 1no
1m1011y to oigago counsel, but they
have friends in tho Stato Who it is
lt -aid will aid thv. Tho Stato will
niot t, dofid thorn or aid thom in anly
Wiy, it is stitod.
Tih constables were informed yes.
tcrdaiy afterinoon of the verdict, of
tho coronier's jury. Those. hold a1s
aICOSSOos woro much surprised and
ny onsidorably wrought u11p that they
)r siol )o HO ciargd. Crawford
O 1naturally oxpected to be hild Un the
SO charge o of murtilidor 1111 d ho acceptod
th sittuation without coinlont.
Colenan showed littlo or no concorn,
11Whlil or 0-1Anld Cooley HhOW0d by
Ia( thoir acetions that thvy woro ill ait
Crawford would not talk furlher
t- aboute t agedy, oxept til dlny
thit ht w drnk. lit said ho had
not takon a drink for six wooka uI.
p il the night, of the tragedy. ''his
I- took after Ie wtnt to his room
"to olaso tho painl" in his Irmil.
Of colurso Mr. Bloaso did not give
l1wiy his plis, but it is practically
(ortain that it motion for a change of
venut Vill bo maltdo whnll the clso
oM's to trial. Judge Witt(s will bo
to1 the presiding juidige. Court, iivots
1o, t1w first Alonday inl April.
'TOtA) M1)UAl FOR Tr IIE P: E 1.N.
SIt Mact i Many Nurh nrinhn1 Iin Oni,luca
Itr 1 jabum ii, I'tb, 27.,-T1he owners of
or 11h4 Toliiedo pllantat 111ii nar Mairiano,
recntl411y IhIiat. Cubari soldier's cairrie3d
nor4 aLway tons1 of suigari can1o4 ove,ry day
ive', for the4 purpose of tting it. Maj.
hat lIusselt' 1 . llarrisoni, thlt provost mar
had~ shal, wvith a guardl of 25> men went
to te planta ii on ytestordaly, caught
t4eI 5(0 Cubans antd disarnedI t er. A.
gt1s Inumbe)r of o)f hotrs oscapodtlt. Ais 111h
proivost guardtt~Vi was marchi ing b ack,
thatt iabot 5 uban lt) iisthhot (came( run
ar ing overl te4114 hi ltrnishot. their
thei~ riles.'1 Maj laron bivd of'hhns at
hi14 11is mon andlI 4 trdere Cuhem t load~
vern)1 thed thfe llothen dtlirted (a11
ati spai dn ishi' talig solii mder,ol h
lthe, ferbans that) the ust nt com any101
1 nearefr r litals owud ho.F
instr4 11141 bya,Ictrow1 d oflCubans, aj.o
iiumI uirc4od to ithe114 headuartr of14 ithn. 1
sihayt lliodrign.ez,y th Cuban 1) oranr
tlion atywho the1pisonersg were~iii tne
one for red 'o , butA ajOIa ttaing ta rcit
1)8 ri ii i'ren. eCbn odesa
'I ay thot.h theyino loed oe a foregn
IlIng army noi t pningtem inrl thl
t.iii houts bt commritg toe the
alntet justico of thei1owncom
I-r. a ColtDurbin, of the One rHu.nortd
ando Cixtyinl irtindlian rgimentChas
m1 nt gainst pract.it 1 icofl machen, ao
v.-iv thel list, ast the twvo ot.htor b)attalionls
bl1)14. wiebl dhid not) mauIrch1. Thei5 sickness
LO;iOl ill the 1)attlion1411 it atribulted to the