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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ANT A "PUU1M PRICE FIVE CENTS. TALKINGABOUT TBE L.OAPEP WIRES. "in St. tools by Electilc rnoriscTioif ARGUMENT BEFORE THE A Colorado Man Cornered a Ju A] Jute rest of TON January 2 mea, s ee mm.ltee today heard Omen's by IKSSHSSrs Jie.es.ny for wl.ic-U ind an leljn alld plell He dwelt at length PANIC AT A BULL FIGHT GIVES WAX AXMTAMX1 A TUMBLE AND A STRUGGLE FOJTuFE ENSUES Men Nearly Strippod of Their Clothlnff- Some of tuo Best I-ndlea of the Town lender the Uebns. THE TWO_CAROLINAS WIX.I. XEOOT1ATE OVER A CASE OF THE WORK OF MIDMIGHT MARAUDERS Who Went fr.ml.ortb Carolina, and Sefcdnc o Fainllyby Force, Bode It Into Itortli Carolina. TBE AKKANSAW EtEE Experiences a JoMIIneCpDy an Accldont- Wreeks on the Road ST LODIS, January 2 special to the Re- public, from LIUIe Roc., says a pasrenser train was wrecked last mght at Wabbassoka. nfleen miks north ofrrne BIU8, on tne Cotton Bell read ta n was killed, and several passengers Three coache.. filled with passen- caf and THE VIRGINIANS. n idjnsliblo wou'd din, nisi. who. wool was lugh in pnees and increase whoi tiful and low in prices upon whit lo as imperftUions of the present cla.saitic.uuns say me that in could be si en made of tl Jrd class or carpi I wool and sold it i ra per pC r Importer, ol carpet wool If is exerjwher. iOs of wool as demon-ln led the_taet that i in tl lid class K') id and ol undt'tho piesen. ishmg the produttion of wool in rim COST OF ntativcr lueslioiied Mr al cost of al pro from 5.0 to 1 er JJt wo ill n a i tarn one sheep pel and 1 1 .r.xeiiliuve I arl sle Jo ne 1 in tl.o In "ascertained fro-n witness that tUe, o 0 Ihe actu ,1 tost of p u ut twenty cents a )utl ti le Ljulo at tl r other c insider ill >ns tl mantini g f t ared IT b. Her husband HI rang ere shock but KtKCTUIC LIOHT WOItKS BURN. Edison's Tn Westroved by downtown FW Yi KK si ops of the bdiso were 1 urne ill is E u tno (1) unm 1 g s in lie dov burnt all uay ntlectrclluminalms c ip orning T.e current geuen town uuiricl most of nhlcn .auks and oflleei telow I niton clorl. By odu t' unil 1 here t  hco led tho fiet tl it tlr o ssrl.o 1 u T u d h 1 grott ability in tho picbldont h' IMuVsT '.Tl IKKSKSTCD Mr r l> Bei.nclt if 1 oston editor o( tl e American ol ueit wlt poss nnds-udtl atwotUmonsBOiildbopre sontedio one signed by 5fl person mfnor.l. no wool an 1 the other b t woil Pi l o of tl o i K tcl i i i t specihc for iitionedtlu u imo o i ucr of the free wool poll mirnfict utr a loadin hia an 1 one V, u Ihllng nn 1 T e loss tj tli It ered h MoC' Saul A VEKUICT an.l Her Suit AgnlBBt N C Jaonary [Special to look the an old woman and her daughter, bnlg county. Booth Carolina, by the othorides of Rutherford county, in this state, going to be a serious interstate The (nil history of the story is an interesting AN CH.D WOMAh and no farther partlcolara can be learned ACCIDENT OS THE CFNTaAL. Oa. January No. 1 Irom Savannah reached this clt. about bve hoars late tonight, owing to a collision that occurred this morning at Eden The -Shoo Fly train was standing on the main track when run Into by the passenger Itbemg foggy. Ihe engineer of Hie pa seniter train d d not notice the red flags p aced on the track 611 peojle were injured Incl-imK Traveling Passenger Agent Webb, of the Central Tne follow ing are the names of those hurt Webb role cut In tbe head A- AND PREPARES FOR LEE 5 BIRTHDAY The Atlanta SortC of the O d Dominion Get Together In fttfyal Style, and Prepare to Uphold the Glory of Their State. living, though and it is said the parish o.utusou, ,1 ramrinR iminstiionsly, and m o the ground, the distance of g evidently Tery poor roin ten to twenty-five feet Many were i _ BDBIKD THE DKBBIS Among them wore many ladies ol the be t famflies ol the town ManyJghts to New amona men and many were stripped ol ei ery stitch of clothing Crowds on the "Sfoth eMBihues werTiemUv de an and SSresscir disable 1 Ti The Guards All Withdrawn, as Cause for Alarm. CHARLESTON, S C Januarv la quiet Cll There la No the 'fnrackville ardBamberg who helped to prolcct the last night have gone There is no cauao f  Injiiio.l Ta lannarj 2-Bv an ctplo la this morning aBid ierty was almosl i "the" lime villas r and shortly before dajllsihl moti icl baum and iiycl-er holh i starlel out lo aseerlain lh slon of i atnral RH -ge IvtrschbJ. members caise of lh w ,s toVallj wrecked i n rt that he died in a f. w el BL I rns but Oailed a tank of o 1 near 1 AN tl V( Tl id Kir chbai: i ome l 1 11 re> Tl o 1 am liich was CHIS1S the Capital o The Mn.iie.pal conte.t i Mississippi Janniry 2 is al a white heal It Mis nunldiai conlest bllcan, are out loda> in a defiant handbi lunclalory of the .lomoeratic ooofonchunaroJ 1 he democml, are in scss; mor at the tactic: tl c Bii.te in unl ng arm 'of In wort HLlllo.1 tho l-.arherpor and Wounded a 1'olico Orlieer i bound out by the Miler TlJ mother, Mary Wilkerson, with one daughter, ,t said, returned to North Carolina, went to Miller s and TOOK HER BOV agaiBSt the protests of Mrs Miller fracas, it is said, she threatened to cut Mrs MinTr if she tried to take or keep the child, whom the mother claimed had been taken from her -without her consent and wHhJorce the Some time In May last Newton Miller and FOUB. OTBBB WHITE MEN went into Spartanhurg county, some of them .orhood and waited until dark before to Mr Caldwoll'B place, where they They hired a colored mail to guide torn, and sent him to Mr Caldwell s to find oiS 1. which house the negroes lived It is said thtt the men claimed to hm e a warrant Mrs cadwell and her sister hem? themiclves and learning the object ot the men, forbade thorn from THSTHRDlJ.OTHlfWOMA-. AM> CHIIDREN at night, and d.rected tl.o guide to tell them to wait at least until her son came "Damn her son' Let s take 'cm was the reply The was left in the road, .id tie party proceeded to the house fifty to hundred yards distant in the field and de- 1 manded admission Being refused, they teAe down the Iroit door, and into the rear of the house A riotous disturbance was raised, the women and children screaming lor help The old woman was KMlCKJCDDOWN-lMTHAaOX llarv 'Welkerson was also knocked down sat ttwm and tied, as was her daughter also The wBole party (women and children) were car ITT _ 11------.j-j (Irapgod. the neigbbor came out to were armed with foil down and was recaptured Mary W elker aon her daniihtei and son, were placed in the olished and the ma a bhooPs1 Srri to Sannah by a special -er, ,-e CUE! nc .hen at the 'ccm- ai d tne pissenger was tl.cousli 'S ifchargc of the andCondnctol oil e b d hnrsc o UK- bh ooHj On the tram was the Oourgia ttactieraou time re- turn trip Iroui Cn THE MACO-S JUUGltSHIP The Virginia societv of Atlanta met lasl evening in its new ho-np No 75 North Pryor street By 6 o clock, two boors before .the time ippomted for the meeting, the members began arriving to inspect theu new quarters one was thoronghlv pleased The lower floor was brilliantly 'iglited, under the miny bright RJS jets the furniture presented a pleasing picture In the front room is a beautiful suit of oat finished in leather The chairs are eisy rockers, comfortable and pretty The sofas are equally pleasant and hand- some >ear the front of the room is a large table for the president and secretary of the same stjle of the tnrniture The next room is furnished similarly furniture however bemK in cl erry rear room is titled u, A librarj is to be a.l led roloi Retires, nnd Hill Comes to the Front, MACON, Ga January 2 -The slluation lodi> in the coin si f r tbe judjreshlp of the Macon superior court circuit i-. tbu, W D Nottingham has positively declined to allow the use of his rame for the place li IUJ1 has consented to have his name con sidered for tbe ofhce since the oraeucally unanimous for hioj ticffham s advocates have indorsed him since N it tlngham s retirement it 13 state 1 In Macon Ilia art rnoon that A L Ml er of Houston counu a cand Thomas w as secre ary of the meet Ing of tho M icon bar jester la; The Toaehera on! heir Way Back January 2 'Spec-mi V E. A DTIMG GAMUT Shows That an Innocent tho <.allo KANSAS CIT-S Jan nrv 2 V T me U 1 Bpecial saj s A blaill: g has been made at Illmo s stalion a s twenty live miles Iroin Here Ol tb- December -7th 'Vim He 1 Tal 1 CVCllll Oil ven ng o colored gambler and ul Isky peJ Hi iv train n 1 fa al l I lured run over b% Befjre mnrdc mi In M anlMrs found mu'dcr rcl at tnci found mu'dcrc a d In 1 mornin? .heir hea is havinfr 1 ten some Instrument Jol n to" 1 wl m arrested ne i before Jodg I'arta at ion Smith Ark and hanged tho The room A librarj is to be a.l led and within the nCTt few i o r lies of t ei.enl Ijee. General Jackson I r f U o soc.ety tlie execume comniilleP at; nn ccmened to per- fect arrange enls for oostrvmj, tl f Loa birth- day A comimuee o[ arr ingements a com- miltoo upon roccpli n and a lunch committee wen i 1 d upon tlie r otnmiltees as f  s a oo 1 rain and tins mi rnlns It looks ai If it miklil break ui In reliable h >i. tilling Tl.o hrn'mas 1 us full ol pul 1 c nnd prT.ale I 1 arle, InlL. gave h s n-v. c Hinv tho Irvin I a gl s ppi r di ring the Phrfstn-as a'. 1 on the last n gt t I IHKJ Ihero was nn thasubectof r duration out Books looking to the past bul lo future. HICKS OJ. JAJ.tARY WFA1HEK TheSt Dr W P Nicolson Mr W bcoville Dr committee m Jones, Kcv. irm This Raj s offica Carrol, H hnook Mr This at 3 u eioon. Hamilton K Sibley Mr John B. Courtnc> Mr J F 1! hoikwith Colonel J. Th comimltee will meal! tins afternoon at 5 o elock in Mr Douglass 9 The crocutive con mlttcc tendcro" the nat of the home to Iho lennobseaus to perfect Iheir organi7ation Tho nso ol thn 1 omc was w led too societies ot ladies who ma> want to use it tlia 1TLN They CatoH Collecto Rnckdale County [16 llallUH Ws, who the bitter end IT IN Pneamonla Follows the Attacks Grip their beds at 1'rattsburg NEWARK, N J January 2 -Michael Mul VT.TMMTI January 2 Gayarre, th, MADRID, from influenza per pound At Ihe sn cenis and after Bconm.e pretty nearly 00 rants He lead from a letter written by a Colorado sheep growor to show the great haz ardsof the business resulting from storms pnd blizzards and prairie tires and severe w In lines? recounted the proposition ma.le by I Bhee" grower to wager Ji 000 sheep against e 1 ke number held by another owner that Harnson would be elected pr. sident He said that the man chanced nothing lor he caleu lated thai his sheep would be worthless if Presidont Cleveland had been ro Heeled "We all felt m the 1 ist presidcnti U election that etery dollar invested Tn iheep was staked on the saul tho witness COLORA.DO S W RATHER dcploiea witness' statement The Trouble at the Mines ,VXSUTAWVBY I'a January 2 -The Buf- Kochoster and 1-itt.Durg company whose s are Shelton'8 tittle Scheme. CHITTANOOOA, January 2 4. CH1T ghelton, w ho came to this city LoganBport Ind about eighteen months MO SprnuTtenWwhof.crltlc.imn. was reporlcd lasl night, d od toda Louis Prophet Says We Will Have err Cold Waves nnd Storms Predicting for the opening jear. HOT Mr nirka in h 3 Word and says If the meleoroloslcal condili ua are normal tho first of January ought to be cold with reael of rain sletl .na terminating lo the eastward aVoul Ibe Bret or second From U e 3d (o the 8th a wave of higher tempera ture will pass from to of rainSandCTuowSourano a'boi.rthe danger dates- ?th 8th and 7lh These in lurn will be followed bv a cold wave and clear ng weather lasting u, o near Te re ol the month IB on tho A deputy collei tor who lives in Atlanta had a memoraUeeioerlence in Koekia e eouuly a few D The depiity has said very mile about Ihe mailer. and tho Blory comes frsl fr m RocLJale unite a number of ofllc'als and cmj loyos aboal the collector, and marshal offlcts were more or less familiar with Ihe Blorv vrsterdav and smildl bmvc or. to be I g Jiolod In tbo matter and this story wa, tod ,11, Ihe solema to cinae as more virulent creasing i islHSis Prague and Dresden 11 is in- Mr i low touching the severe weather conditions of Col irado He understood that it was tho on y place in the world where consumption conld lothe miners this time tne comuaiij mJiht ell close s work, as the mon would be more iirSWent than ever was doing any 1 la m Jail from ebou the i b Is. It mu be remembered pai weather to the eas rising temperature i moves forward ___.role wilt g re Diace to and clouilineBi as tlie Bto m center ot centers of dl; patb's may note _ their loca lly Attempts Suicide H N C., January 2 [Special a gentleman just from tre scene of Sharehim, Vt tho cost of tho The Buined Palace Buess-LS, January 1 -Tue report that the I brary in tlie royal palace at Lacten was burned in the fire which destrojcd tl at s rnclure jesteroay es to have been un'cuuaed r f im- pro, es to have been un'cuuae portant documents relalms lo the Congo Free Slate Ihe queen B enllre wardrobe was e also burned Ibe quee mittee adjourned tintiHoinotrow and Allianeemen TofiKA. Kas, January 2-Ihe larmcrs Alliance ale trance nn 1 Knights of Labor have torm'eTan oHensue and defensive all ance accord.. nunlbe- m tl eir ranks ove- 12r> OUJjmemoerB. Death from Whisky Drlnklns BALSIUH, N C January 2 [Speeial 1-A negro biy all years old living near Wall ferry. Elrhmond counly drank halfa pint of w hisLy, and Oisd irom the effecU the same day. and Princess C cmenlme dls'trSLn el Ihe leavins Old IXorth Carolina, N C January 2 Bv actual count tnere were 1'4) negro psodusers on a special tram lasl night all sal e fifty go ne to MissiBbippi Thousands more will leave Goldsboro day after Called from Savannali CHAETOTTE. N C Jannary 2 Bowman, of Savannah has been electel Mr eneral secretarj of the ebruary 1st MCA. here lo succeed [wo Men Were Killed and Twenty Wonnded In the Accident. Cutting the Katea. Cmc-ioo, Jannary 1 -The western panMn- aa rale war Is now fairly oesun Reduced rales from Chicago went Into effect today and to make Ihe more .nteresting the d 31 Paul raad execuled a fiank ______, anti nnened fire from the slorm patbs and Intenaily mercury tbi tbe cUangcs currenta nnd movement and ooened Missouri river That comDan) a cut of in out bridge s., the .eadcr Tfer made but and the ce.lecto, him stay on OD a le bridge but rove and bitched It. Then they a 1 gel around urn. sbume inejealer collector flh bis Hie and tbo h delight occtisJonallf firing t order and b. _ elop Hold op yer hand .id the leader Bockdale Bwaryoua sec li Bockdale connW Mini The co lector held u, right h.nd and "or. by all that bolv and ocrce. tbath- WooUl fire ordered the first-class rate Tbe evident object periods by of tne continent disappointing many central parts tiolding the temperature op and p-edlciiois. n 3 bUziatda about February ty miles south of Urn citj hundred The Divldiod. do 'ar. to the turpmi rir C N Brandt baa been T0ry ui wiin pneuuiu- aforthepastfewdaya._and conddera. la. for tne pact r' Savannan Cotton Mill compaor Strawberries in January TANOoeA, Tean, January Lew s n Scott B Pennsylvania collery, ,11 OlAJbt- a Tlie Electric Une In Amerlcoa. EBICUS, Ga., Jaouary 2 its windows wnn The conductors' rix ml.e. In SSstStetantlaay constracted. and win pJOfltabto toTestment, Cloud Out hj the Sheriff BAliBEiDGF Ga, January II Scott a merchant of foor M closed at tha Januar its appearance tns town and county. e edted g pu Upj, .J JSPSeetolvoted   

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