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f he CaucasianREALMCIEOTfflSTOaY!r v rLKIH BTEHIR1S. j i lo hAXe iucl June 27, 112. Xoca Matters. So-Galled Ghristians and the Trouble they Brought On FRANCE HAD B.N.IN: FEDSHUTS! rhi to die for lb tocd ov chi ecclesiastics or tfce Catholic at rltJktm Is tie rrS5ti Just how be happened, Church were locatd. One by one ha4s fof. Hit ance, i aon i ico. r ron in proceecra to ifce AiaaTe. arotn- urSMcrmi. h "ni cription ov he man -fid til editoriaFer prison. MaUlard feetd a ort o Lais, M feces- wber fe fcr iwi, be rassl her been tbe advscce Eock court, actia ax Jts2s ais-!!. Uctaf law. feea Ttl appoint blc ' agent ov tbe "leadiag daily paper .Onia for a !Ut ot the &isf ot tbe a Uoj4 B. Do vers 3Crf. published at tbe State capital He j persons cosSsrd. be cUscd r undoubtedly bad a strala or "buffa- bit. Tbea be said to bit fast: M. J. ( ' V Jackson, of Kington, baa . . - .. a . i nrth Carolina Metnoaist' v",fil, at lUleljrh. a farm in ,'r,'- rounty valued at $10,000. Tbe 'j. to be Bold and tbe money V to b uild a girls' dormitory. 4,,rKi, Wilkins, the negro who t(r ;Tally murdered his wife last 'ii.r at his home near Spring Nash county, was electrocuted ' ' I S A 1 CJ.- day morrnaB, iu oiaic o r. He being the thirteenth vic ,f the chair. M W- J. Crawrora Uiggs, oi our-; and Judge H. W. Winston, of: -h. have formed a legal partner- . "r b-frin July 1st, under the j of Winston & Biggs. This firm . successor to that of Aycock & dissolved by death in April. (;.-.,rge Swann, the negro who kill , t.ibson in Robeson some time Jo. :s soon to be taken from the .r:;tntiary here, where he has been j ' '.r.stoii. I-afayette Triwl lo Ilrrak Into Poli tic French I'eople Grow Mrrm rial Again A a Rule, the French Women Didn't Care U Hptiil Thrtr CompIexionH by Going to War Reconciliation Failed to Reconcile History of Thre- Bold and Con summate Scoundrel A New Res olution Scene in the French As sembly. Bilkinsville, N. C, June 17, 1912. Correspondence of The Caucasian- Enterprise. In 1792 General Lafayette, bead ov the French army, demanded the pun ishment ov the guilty Jacobin leaders and the closin' ov awl the clubs ov the murderous order, practically placin awl the government troops at the disposal ov the civil author- lo" blood is bii views and tsay be j "Place yo?rtlTe o.Uide tbe (Ate ben one or tbe anceitor ot a certala an wbea 1 order tbat rath priosr North Carolinian ibot while leading be traaferred to La Force fanatter aome or Sherman' men from Fort , prloa f. kcock biuj do a aad Macon to New Bern, thesce to Kla-.fcia aa be pae out " Tbe kill Srtt ston and Raleigh, before whose gcn were S!t prioaer: a I were kill- Cm!d !bt F Jjr. For Scte Cterp t A Wratrer Nationai Cash Ktf 1 tstrr, in cood conditxxt OrfetsiJ least UTS. So rr&socibk efftr -1 wat to tbsk a froa tbe refused. For dwip?ien aad ptk bottoo o? c; bean.- trrota c. B J iddress. It E. W Box 237. Grcen- Rader. of LewUbarf. W. Va . -for . fboTO, K. C tbe wosderfQl double bcStSl 1 ftt I gaarTTrsrianr7rr froa Klectjic Bitter, ta carta &? a number ot brave North Carolin- ed. Then came a auraber or core ot both a rr ca of ttoeacb troa- lans fell at the above towns In lSSS.jor let prominent eiUxesi or Fraace.p1 6 rbeasaatua. froa wbkb and who. before they were forced toUacludln MoatmoHa. This coatiaued J a aiaoti bt!p!e taSer- er for tea year. U ait4 y caa at thotifh aade Jaat for Bf." For dytpfpala. ladigeaUoa. jaaadlce. aad to rid tbe vytea of kidney polaoat that cattte rbeuaatlin. Llectric Bit tera baTe no equal. Try tbto. Kt ery bottle U roaraatee4 to aatiafy. Oaly SO ceata at all dnsf-ctore. Raid g h & Southport R j. Co. retreat, caused much suffering among I until late at cite, members or tbe the unprotected women and children ; mob imbibin quantities ot wine ai in many instances, the wives and, tbe beliUb work went oa. Tae children or Confederate soldiers, in . daughter or Calotte saved her aed widows Marat, some cases says: "His political editorials began j her and the orphans, j father by beggin for blx life. Mad- historion moiselle de Sombrenll tried to saT father in tbe same way when and ended like the howl of a blood-' one or tbe ru&ans banded ber a hound for murder; or, if be could goblet filled with blood. "Drink. have written a journal, the gaunt ( drink the blood of aristocrats," said and famished wretch could not have' he, 'and your parent will be spared." ravined more eagerly for slaughter." , Quick as a Cash tbe brave woman And yet a portion ov the people ov, drank down the horrid draught, and North Carolina support, pay for and . her father wuz released. Hit ii said read, several newspapers publisaed j that not less than 13,000 persons fell by so-called things in human form Tictims durin the day. The Princess who are, if possible, more contempt!- de Lambolle, a friend ov Marie An- ble, more corrupt though more toinette, a popular woman, wuz kill- adroit, than this blot tin human ed and her body savagely mutilated. nuE tabu: lties. Lafayette appeared before the jf,r saf'-keeping, back to Robeson for national assembly and made a power .r He admits the killing, it is fu 6peech in favor ov such a course. v,i. and is much wrought up over it. But for the moment nothin' wuz ac- jr is aid that Brakeman Gee, who complished. The King and hiz cabi- form) upon the name ov France. How much longer will a portion ov the good people ov North Carolina The devil wuz loose in France once more; France had gone democratic. ithe red-shirt gang wuz bavin' an in stand for such things? Satan him-jning. The head ov the princess wuz self must deprecate such journalism, severed from the body and borne on mere assassins or character because t a pike to the palace where the King so badly injured in an accident net seemed to stand in absolute fearL qt,t,o h.. w th lov'anr! onMn narHoH mHo intnin.tto ,,ar Louisburg, Tuesday, and carried 0v the French "Redshirta," for they I which th artv thev Dretendl tried to reach a window to see what , Khx Hospital, win recover. e had proven that they were thorough tQ advocate lz pitched. Excuse melhad caused the fresh tumult outside as thrown from the car and both anarchists sailin' under a deceptive when j gt to make guch compari-f when a guard who had awlready rec- r mutilated. garh ov respectaDinty just az me gong i can't resist the temptation. In another column appears the an- "easnirw ov tne uuu On the 9th ov August the insurrec- . . , . t..i twentv odd years ago : and. az, in the I if ...v,v, ..., announcement oi me Agncm- ; - - , , .... wmtu wu. iu Vi roo u. r.uai tural and Mechanical College. This college is doing a splendid work for thf industries of the State. Young m-ri who desire to fit themselves for useful service might do well to write for catalogue. i. nates $10,000 to Methodist Or phanage at Raleigh. Mrs. M. J. Jackson, of Kinston, has donated to the North Carolina Meth odist Orphanage at Raleigh, a farm in Greene county, containing 278 acres, and said to be worth $10,000. The gift has been accepted by the trustees of the orphanage. latter case, hit iz quite likely that good men may hev been deceived in to joinin the alleged society by plau sible arguments which were not ar guments. Az usual with the then ruler ov France, he wuz unwillin' to jdo anything in the matter unless he 'could hev full conrtol ov the situa tion. The existin' laws, the constitu : tion ov the country everythin, wuz a mere stumblin' block in hiz way. He probably had enough ambition but lacked the capacity, was near a failure az a ruler, nothin az a figh ter. I imagine that he wuz about az noisy az our fellow-citizen, W. J. Bryan, the only difference bein' that .he had been born an heir to the i throne ov France and had gotten to Mr. i:. A. Johnson Rrings Cotton Bloom. Mr. K. A. Johnston, of Panther Ilranih Township, was in The Cau casian office Saturday and brought us the first cotton bloom we have sM-n this season. This bloom was picked from the open field, and is probably the first cotton bloom in the country grown in the open. Pan ther Branch Township is coming to the front and it is only natural that it will go Republican this fall and vote for a good price for cotton. CLIFTON RKTTS KILLED BY BROTHER. in First hit; while Mr. Bryan merely dream ed for nearly twenty years that he'd enjoy oein I'resiaem. aim uevei gui. on the pay-roll. The French people wprfi smart: thev were brave. But they had a fashion ov becomin en thused on slight provocation an' they would then quickly experience a re lapse. Joan de Arc and her won derful record az a soldier, a leader ov men, had spoiled other French wo men. Not many ov them were willin' to become soldiers, but not a few became politicians; that wuz not so dangerous, did not spoil their splen did complexions. About this time a new would-be heroine appeared. The Jacobins had demanded that the Kine quit hiz job. A woman specta- as in a Scuttle With Brother When tor who occupied a seat in the gallery Jn' ladn. m He Was Stabbed Or Fell on Knife ov the assembly hall (the national tfae iiirt vvrinns of TrairedF. congress) Decame excueu, rue to ui feet and made a speech. She urged Laverne Betts, the 15-year-old son tne memt,ers ov the assembly to quit of Mr. C. J. Betts, of this city, in a wrangiin an unite upon someihin scuffle with his elder brother, Clifton, GUickiy. good advice, ov course Sunday about noon, fatally stabbed Wnen sne had finished her address him, he living only a short while a"ja prominent member ov the Congress ter the wound was inflicted. rose tQ hiz feet an' proposed in elo- All kinds of rumors have been quent language that Congress take circulated since the tragedy, and the tne woman at her word, accept her boy was arrested and is in the lock- advice now an4 rally around the con up awaiting developments. The dy- stltution, give up the idea ov a repub- ing boy asserted that it was accident- nc etc. When he. had finished hit al, as do the other members of the appeared that the spirit ov reconcilia family. The youthful prisoner seems tion wuz uppermost in the minds ov to know no fear, it is said, but seems awi an those who hsould hev been entirely indifferent as to what his dignified members ov a great law fate may be, in fact seems too child- niakin' body rose to their feet, em ish to rpalize the seriousness of it all. hmrpd pfteh other and there wuz a Clifton Betts, was a pressman at regular old-fashioned jolification Edwards & Broughton, and is said SCene for a few minutes. Hit must to be an excellent young man. He bev resembled scenes sometimes wit was in his twenty-first year. He was nessed at great revival meetin's. The a member of the order of Eagles, 'next moment the members got over which body attended his funeral Mon- awl that an' began to make faces at each other, awl showin how mercu rial the French people are. Awl this worried the Jacobins an' they determined to hasten matters. Jess Morris Murders Little Clara About this time they added three men Westmoreland of Thomasville to tneir numoers wuu, mwium nounced in the assembly. A fright ful tumult took place in the capitol buildin', where poinards were brand ished; az the night advanced the to coin wuz sounded, when the Swiss guards, some former nobles and vol unteers, proceeded to the palace to defend the King. The King now de cided to accept an offer made him by the chief officers ov the assembly to make the capitol buildin' where the sessions were bein' held a temporary asylum, the members ov the assem- ly believin' that the revolutionists would hesitate to attack the King while he wuz under their protection, and by such a course the soldiers could guard both capitol and King. But the revolution would not down. The Swiss soldiers who had been brought from that country because hit wuz believed that they would not prove disloyal az mite the national guard ov France, at first repulsed the mob, but the mob returned and hav' ing' secured a number ov cannon by some means, they made an effective fite, finally overthrowin' the ancient throne ov France. "Hessian sol diers won't fite. The assembly, in great confusion, pronounced the deposition ov the King, and removed him an' hiz fam ily to the Temple. The mob became so furious that the statues ov awl Kings up to that time were practical ly destroyed, a great loss to the gov ernment, to say nothin' ov the diffi- ov them at royal robes were seized an' trampled under foot. Danton, one ov the Jacobin lead ers, now began hiz murderous career. Hiz followers shed torrents ov blood. Several thousand citizens, good an bad, who had been imprisoned by the government, were murdered by Danton and hiz men. On September 2nd the mob gath ered in front ov the Hotel de Ville and twenty-four rplests were brought to be placed in prison. The mob fol lowed to the prison. A leader named Maillard had stationed himself and hiz followers near by, az the priests descended from the carriages. They were stricken down by blows until but one, the able Siccard, an instruc tor ov the dear an dumb, only re main alive. "There is nothing more to do here," exclaimed Millard, "to the Carnes." This wuz a convent in which about two hundred ov the ognized the face ov the -Queen's friend, prevented her and she wuz spared the terrible scene. This wuz the first experience ov France in anlor tfTrtTt in Wnms a rntnKH Kut avan I OlOU a. - - - " - r t - - - IT4T30JCL NORFOLK SOUTHERN B RAILROAD Route of tbe "NIGHT EXPRESS" Travel via Raleigh (Union Station) and Norfolk Southern Railroad, to and from all points in Eastern North Carolina. Buffet, Parlor and Sleeping Cars between Raleigh and Norfolk Schedule In elfect March 3rd. X. B. The following schedule fig ures are published at information ONLY an dare not guaranteed. Trains Leave RjdeigTb Q-15 n m. Dally "Night Ex press," Pullman Sleeping car i L l!ar34S. Li L Lam , At iOCTSlOTHCL u.p U,ss js 11 r as ss ft al C f ft I IS I ft t ft M M t H III t tt t ss f w t sc 9 I SS I S 111 t t I u urn t sa a t ti lit W IS IM t S is a iu i IS S4 U t IS S9 S M U IS IM if IS A. H. r. M. P. fcL STATIONS Lt Iim , , .. L UmUm L HaJl ... L IUnt(t for lT Cf I m. Daily For Wilson. I EV, prlDt this did not put out the feeble spark Washington, and Norfolk Broiler j J.t destined to burn hits way through Parlor car service oeiween Lvcrietth the wall thrown up by anarchy and and Norfolk. jArRai.ish s "v monarchy sometimes one and the 6:wu a. m. uauy except suauaj par- same. for New Bern via Chocowinity. lor Car Service. 2:40 p. m. Daily except Sunday for Washington. Trains Arrive Raleigh 7:20 a. m. Daily. 11:20 a. m two-year-old child fell dead in daily except bunoay, ana s.au p. m York a fPv davs aeo while her daily. Buffet Parlor Car Service on mother watching her sitting on the 8:30 p. m. train from Norfolk. steps with some playmates. It is Trains Leave Goldsboro HOrtBJCUHD. Svtttf. w. Ksa Ho. it JL ML F. L T.Hl I OP I OB IV ft IS I in in i s 14 t U I 14 IP IU t u I ti I in i ti t is ll t il in in i cs is t a I 10 14 t 10 f I U M 14 10 rf S OS : t U 19 a in j mi 10 44 II 1 1(4 10 SO IU I IK A- L.r. ML r. M. Az ever, ZEKE BILKINS. (To be continued.) Baby Falls Dead. A New- most unusual for a child of that age to die suddenly, and the doctors are baffled as to the cause of the sudden death. Trt4 will tf mm sirs! U w ly m4 chary P ' t t fnlrf patet m " In atxrt (jaw Ubt: 9vlrHk. Ur, Mts CsrdroAS. IU14, CmIm. Carvr' M SEABOARD AIR-LINl Schedule EfTcctlve Ajwil 191 1 Train Leava RaJ4ch rlreet lln with Toabt ratlr aerrlw WmI through Allan la. liuti.lcihim t 4 Memphis. Solicitor-dleneral Ijehmann Resigns. Washington, D. C, June 26. Frederick W. Lehmann, Solicitor- General of the United States, placed! service. 10:15 p. m. Daily. "Night Ex press" Pullman Slepeing Car for Norfolk via New Bern. v . 7:10 a. m. Daily For Beaufort ; No maV".. iosj a m and Norfolk Parlor Car between ; 0. Washington and Norfolk. 1 3:10 p. m. Dally for New Bern. Fof rAUm wfcfji,:,, Oriental and Beaufort. Parlor Car, stter tcfsruoi! i r ; hi, ruKcrr atu titirt aitei i(vb NO. 117. rtiH TUB tutmt . No S It . No .. 11 a . No ItCftt ir. No ... , SOS l A. for Wwiot. iId vtie at-1 at? THE MAKKETS For further information and reser-! ..I.!.-!fJ!,. oc,y M wiviBiitivu. iuu mix: uvi iiiuwimi RALEIGH COTTON TO-DAY. (Quoted by Barbee & Co.) Good middling 11 5-8c Strict middling 11 l-2c. Middling 11c Low grades 6 l-2c. to 8 l-2c Receipts None vation of Pullman Slepeing Car space. apply to D. V. Conn, General Agent, j or A. L. Currie, City Ticket Agent, Yarborough Hotel Building, Raleigh, N. C. W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent. W. B. HUDSON, Gen'l Supt.. NORFOLK. VA. SOUTHERN RAILWAY II. S- LRARD. Division V Ac0t" No. i W Marvn St. Tucl er IlolMtus. Opp. North Znlrmne IVatCVoc Rsusioa. M C NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. RAJJOGU mODUClt MARK C1 day afternoon. MAX SHOT CHILD TO DEATH. Two Accounts of the Tragedy. This afternoon at 5:30, at the home of Marvin Westmoreland, Jess Morris, a brother of Mrs. Marvin Westmoreland, murdered the three-year-old little girl, Clara, by shooting the child in the mouth with a .32 calibre pistol. Morris and the child were in a front room in the house alone and the mother and father were in the kitchen, when suddenly they heard a pistol shot in the house. Hastening into the room they saw the child lying on the floor having a bul let shot through its mouth. The ball passed out the back of its head. Death resulted instantly. It is not known why Morris com mitted the rash act. One version is that he is mentally unbalanced, and another version is that he was under the influence of whiskey. Until two weeks ago he had been staying in Siler City running a trac tion engine. He was married three years ago, but lived with his wife only a year. After the tragedy Mor ris threw the pistol out of the win dow and escaped, but was captured later in the day and locked up. noted historian, "were unmatched in talent an audacity." Danton, Robe spierre an Marat were the men. Dan ton was said to be "a man of gigan tic size, an' possessed a voice of thun der. His countenance was that of an Ogre upon the shoulders of a Hercules." Ov Robespiere the his torian said: "He possessed one ad vantage over Danton, he did not seek wealth for hoarding or spending hut lived in strict retirement an was known as the "Incorruntible." He had but little ability as an orator an could only impose upon the minds of the vulgar. But he could flatter, de ceive. Though lacking oratorical abil ity, he could make hiz speeches az ef fective az a Cicero before certain au diences. Robespierre wuz both en vious and vindictive, inhuman. Marat edited a paper, though not by any means such a one az many published nowadays. But hit wuz in favor ov some kind ov a revolution, bloodshed ov any kind. Marat wuz a blood thirsty scoundrel and-he desired that hit be visible, not in drops, but in great streams, deep pools. He claim ed among other things that not less (than three hundred thousand or the more or less prominent citizens ot Butter 0ji Lard 1 Eggs S0t Hams 221c Hems 40ei- Spring chickeai S0&SI Sweet potatoes .11.00 Cora ic. Peaa $3.0i AGENTS WANTED. Direct Lino to All foinua NorU South, East, West Very Low Round Trip Rate to All Prlncipavl Resort. Ti rough Pullxnaa to AUaata leaves Raleigh 4.05 p.m., arrives At lanta 6.25 a.m.. making cloee aectloa for aad arrlrixg at lioab gomexy following da after leartaj Raleigh, 11 a.xa.. Mobile 4.1S p.m.. New Orleaxi S.20 p.m., B Inning baa 12.15 noon. Memphis, S.05 p. Kansas OKy. 11.20 a,m. secest day aad eoaaectlAg for all etner pwtata We want agents te repreeemt Th I This ear aleo zaakes cloee eonnectlom Caucasian in every county where wi at SAlUbtrrr for Ot. Louis aad o&cr are not already represented. Writ I Westerm points. us for sample copies ana terms to Tnrosgn PuHsiAa to Wasaiagtea agents. Our terms are very uoesaj I leaves KsJeiga C.St p.m.. arrives and you can make good money by I Washing!. S.5 a.m.. Baltimore, voting yonr spare time to tne wort ie.02 a,xa.t Philadelphia 12.25 noca. Address. THE CAUCASIAN. Raleigh. N. C. 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