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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ANTA CONSTITUT VOL. ATLANTA. MONDAY MOKNINO. JAKUAKY 6, 189O. PKIOB FIVE CENTS. XEND_THE_MOXEY. i srmrs TO JIE TUF I-OLICT TtLE Kl ft THE TARIFF W1LLJ3E KEPT UP And Leaks Will B. FoumI EiKracl. to Let All tlie Money Out-Tlie Which Favor Jamurj -FSperwl ]-Tlie topuU'cau cr> m is the oUl HaR ith dec.Jod preference an a ,proimai.on 1 tlin res; ii r 1 5 I ter was lion Benton McMillan of a member of the wajsandnn us lie 1 oMr Mills m the in iho 1 OKI Tuat NMIT Al 1 I K< HTF HIM U the ii imberof tune- an 1 iho ul h no 1 ao IK en re _ i He 1 as a ice id in this nUilii m-.tr ln.cn equalled by a n bis r< u bmco h s first .-t 11 tci ti is Dith His r  :n, a 1 run it n il inns ur in ire i m-> bill ah n it ill d plcte iho U foi r in in 3! p 1 t to tra a m i 1 Mr, n f i i n t tl i ill these bills aim st LLrlntii th it l tlt! SCi f f tliO 1 milh jus a ycir L irUon and t iul t Mr in u eok, a, is at tho Metro Mujor Cirl wlicu pol tan Tn o t us iro coi dcni ref tl he i is slun j ii cetn f tho cu ilar me d t no d spo inimlteG cm, not contPiii tiemg it1 Till 1 bccuisu tl c Ell tl t i i ll and tl 010 K a fiat tl e majority dots pUty in nny w IV liftn Is b> the adoption of tlio custoim rilr-, dt s rd to im tt ct tho nunoiitj t necfcs IM. alrc i b el s d s IK L tlio tptjin oE t hi en a i d tho i Jim i n ru ts has jiut liu 1 L in In ,4 fi r tho pur] tso of _ L il to Ic un Ur which tho 1 o] rif1 Vi tho lust in fesle I much aii luism to id n 1 J. cl 0[ t 10 rt lli ai a be r inio jiactical} pcrf <_ Low do i sli 11 at in cd tu.it ith ll LIT small majority they ,m F i t i i Tin- u II PV have tlurefore, do- l it. bit 1 by the hou s and no1 r iki at all but simply o i. ci ito under soncr il mi 1 com  r.ilhtr au d r c 01 of tno a-thohc cf in nn roeeiveil lie lations of elt and 1 homn o bo con-.i u nt ViOl 11 "II KSOI OTION, tho ci.iut.iiL to instruct Ministtr uns t) fo- n illv recoe 1170 tho reiubhcot i il Ml! ts thereto, will n ULI asm hnisl ed business and be referred tl c< iiuittto in fure jgU jeUtions It is i eu that no fnithcr be had i rc< n lust bcf  stuct of Colum- t appropriation bill and the MtKnhy ad ens o us bill A.S Mr McComas o His eh ir P of tho appromiatim bill is k i i thu EC -u ill bo   silk an 1 tii gar 11 os, tobacco and liquors o Tuesday, 3 vis and f u m pi 'nets '1 hursday in 1 i a per Liida> sundries It is not rtnii howi that the o list will eon inks tl is branch of thf of tho commit e but until tho tariff bill is icnortod, the unmitteo will probably be nu ic OL Itss en- n re t-ivn informal i ind lows c lul s t i ui intl i led in th it measure -wee cd tli it tho buluillboup i ted to the houso tho 1st of 1 obruaiy, anil that ich p'-ojrri.T, XVIH ma lo with it lid th- .ppiopi i at i I ills tr -T ion ic SB t in ad m biut tho hist w ook in July Altnoi no meeting of tii( co nmittce on apprcnui itions has been hi Id tho tho olock, Mr Courts, has been TIIF ILtOULlR based natos for tho carlv considera f Lho (n nt! uti e ai 1 tho is well aiK meed 1 he journal elcik bmith has br rt. i tl luni tho i'LC--3 n tlif code f rah s r i the house an I tho draft w il be in m tic 1 to tlie on i ulos somo tune w ctk i c1 intrca will be proposed cannot of c iusO bn known until after tho committee his ronsiiloiod tho comnil ition and apt  to load to an extended nob it whirh ko p tho house- ni ij icd until ihr committee on ways. H.nd means suspend its public mcttinga tlllNGLS 1IANOS t Company bells Its SHOT IN THE HEAD ADORE IE EXDS BIS WITH A. FSSIOZ fioui w h tit Line ami thug bro il jposed to d vtit then tlfflanns: thit wl t. (ju as tuo ni forcibly quor tin J iirither refusil oto n the ch" in her, would 11 beis cou'd bo ir.ostcd un into the houso to constitute 1 il cik Smitl under in ni eiktr Keol, in 1 othe ning the record to stcur -erru tions fr leaders, is pret-etlcnta to 1LS1 THIS I ItOCKKTHNfl The deinot r scorn tot" completely it th incrc-v of their cpjiontntb Ibey tan and bt ar it Vltlit roeeedmg 1 place i tndous rts mibihtj on Mr Kce' and the republican leaders arc liOing o tho U that the house will be de cratic, "iid this in be thrir 1 opportuii ts lo all criticism thev will spuiid in th of I loss 1 lia are j ou Ron g to do al out it Ii B IthSt Iho lu Toiin January "5 1 Tho Is-ishvillo 1 ui ico company by its n resi- dent, V W Tuttory and set J Q Moore, has to tho Southern Iron eoniiany forty ncrcs of !ard in tho twelfth and thutct ith distnetb for a tonsideiation of 000 1 ho N asln illo Furn ico com pan j WTS f >rmerly ki own is tl o Is ishville Iron Steel an 1 v han ot' co nnanj a id tlio property conveyed is 111 west N ishville and has tht reon t'le int for the turo of iron chircual LIU! n' ot ol 1 lio cm brices this pHnt k on Ifn 1 p touts and iiatcnt lights of all df s ri[ tl m ownr 1 tho (onvtjor Thoconsi'JtrUi n was in cabh in i t vo i otcs of e ich tl P as sump.i not tho of of iiuiLjaffcb iuls and tin contnict for pay- ment of p imps an 1 drj bj the cyor So H ALET( H IN The t ipL Tcvi i In F a. h n s Its tr, t 1 rl U lal 1 sixtj two nnd twcnt> miles great Iron rU er at insl when truck l> act, and be j ji Be 1 C Tanuaiv [hpccia! 1 n nil way will be (.tUvillc f oni ill i ngton bj the ck b n t i sc romts liafl iks f o u from t 11" A. the Capo Fear ill le coinp'etcd 1 v the lotb p co i mcnced nt that m to ir Is It THL OIIK SNOW BLOCKADE Track for the Bla Plow Clours tlie Trains Cala January 3 Ono of the greatest sun v known on the hieira mountains has been raised by the railu ad eompanv s force and rotary snow pluw he plow left blue canjon -yesterday wliero it had boen fui twenty four hours, and proceeded toward lolfat. Col. From Emi- grant G ip westbound overland trains were able to follow on behind the plow to Colfax and fiom tho latter point the plow will return and near the track to Cascade which will freo the biiow bound tram lying at the sum nut Nothing will then stand in the way of the four f- bound trams now held at Colfax. The first 01 the released west-bound trains is expected to arrive at Sacramento some time tornoiro-n the others will follow as soon as possible T5uried by tlie Avalanche. SWI.L.E, Gala, January 6 A at bierla Cily occurred today Tbe yartjcula'-s are meager but as Tar as can now be .ascertained the doad are Mrs. I T Mooney, Misa Ethel Laugton Mrs. P Rich her little eon and The force of the snowslide was ao great that trees In iia path were mowed down as jf they stalks 01 grain. The number ot dead may require just tuo ccn.s to complete ilint gap and 11 one uf Ll e m isl raiortBut in the state will be comj Ittc I It will a connection wita tlie >nrfolk ratlnin an i adJ irainonaoly to tho importance of tt ngton KB a port. It Hill have exteasiio It hue, also au lin Dortant line extending 1 ito South Carolina Democrats Rallying. JAPKSON, Mito January r> A.bout tnont> members of the legislature 1 arm cd and L eu tenant einor F hero lion J S Madicon is the oulj camli- dato for speaker on tho ground The contests f ir the other ofh  predicted tljat Henry the democratic noQimee, will deteat McftiU a of two to one Man> visiting democrats are here participat- ing m the great rally o? their partj Governor Ross Grows Active ALSTIN Tex January 5 reward of S250 euch has been offered for the arrest and con viction of the persons engaged in killing two negroes in Angelina county on December 2bth The governor believes it wfts a brutal murder for the gratification of base and unmanly pre- judice against a comparatively helpless portion of the population, and is determined to use all constitutional means at his disposal lo test the potencv of the laws to give security to persona and property to all classes alike, and a failure shall not be chargeable to the executive. WAS IT SUICIDE OR AN ACCIDENT? A Younc Man VO11 Known In Atlanta lllmscir Throufirli Bead Colonel duliu A Decatur DECATLR, Gi Januarj 3 doroGarnie once a resident of Jacksonville, Fla but reccnily well known 111 Atlanta and this place, shot himself through the head from tomple to temple, this morning, and died of the wound Tho shootint: may been accidental And u mnv have been with suicidal intent The shooting occurred about cloven o clock in Garnle s bed room m Col John V Cnndler's rtsidonco and w is witnossol by Mrs Candler, who n C nine's sister an I who was the only porso i ni tho house except the young man hen the shot was tired f.arnio was about tw enlv two roars of age and was i warm lit irted impetuous mm, ha-se beeu some- wnat w ild If the shot was fired with suicidal thought, those wil 1 habits were thr c mse SatuuUi aftei noon G u mo was m Decatur, at Ins si ter a home and durniff the afternoon droto up townmacail-vv lh tdnld lutownho ei roun'eredsfneraloMiis trends with whom ho conversed pleasantly for a sho-t time and then back home Those with w hor i he t ilVed imw recall that ho w ai as JOM i. and pUa-sa it as e or, uo mdiciliun "f despoudeucy whatever ap.taient J itoi in Ihe after- noon t.arnie left his. homo, saims to some one about the houce Im to Atlanta on th it five thirty tra n and wi 1 como batk on the eleven fortj tonight Ihr man had dons Hi s frequently be- f re, 11 d nothing was thought ot it IJowent to Atlanta and camo b ick on tlie niulmgnt trim but no ono here am tiling of >na iast visit to tho city b rom iho depot he wont direct to Colonel C uul er's rt sideuco and with Ins night key opened the front door He ascended the stairw sy nmseleeslj and goi ig i lo bia loom ictueu I his morning lie jo ntd Mr and Mis C andl r at tho breikfast table looking as bnght and frtsh as could be and during tho meal joined pleas, uillj in th3 bioak fist children until Col Can dler took tht m to Sunday school A half hour afcer the children kft for tho church Ciarme into tho vard and played with a Urge a present Mr Ilaoy DC 3, who lues next door ;iiad Ruen him M liilo Garnio wasplftjin? with tho Mr went mtohisbick jarl and the two passed salutes A low minutes later G irino left the dog and entering tho house went to h.s room fn Io3s than iilteon minutes ho sent a bullet through his I ram rut just why he did it and bow bo did it, no ono knows Irue, Mrs Candler was present at the time, but the shock lint, so prostrated her that she his bren ablo to toll but litilo The town however, is fuil of rumors, ol IneiAoat plausible dtoi.y m circulatiuia ii Soon after Gainie went up to his room Mrs andlor followed him with hti some clean linen for hei bi >tUci 11 o >oung man was sitting upon the side of hi> bed w hou his sister ontere 1 tho riom wore very fond of 01 h o her and tho joung mans habits 1 ad always been a source of great am in c to the sifter Sue frequently ed him for his conduct, Jin ho had alw iys bonio tho with a hac gi ace It is piesumed that she made so'iic -tft lenco to her brother's past conduct, and 'that m a nt of dt IT frati n, or with a view to f vihterimg her ho shot himself In the room near the bud was a table, am pon that table ha 1 nn old Smith csson i short thuty Two chambers were loadtd ind three were empty lust is his was in the act of leading the n om ho snatclied tho pistol from the tablo niacod the agaiust his ritht teniplo pulled tho I here was i loud report an 1 Garnie foi ci upon the bed a fltre m of blood gua fiom both sides of hit head The report and the bl tody picture horrified Mrs Cai dl r Mie threw herself upon the bed besmo her   as he ir I the an I rushing fiom 1 l house to isccrt un the i w as met a iie- ero girl who informed him tl at Garino lien kilkd himself Mr is huri icd to tin Oindlei and when lie enteied the room w is almost temiied hi what he saw ine v l tv> bloody bed, an tho ing a'moat distracted, bister forme a p cture he wilt never forget Mr Doasledthe lady fiom tho joon an summoning Doas left her w ith Mrs Can dler Ho then hurried to the church foi Colo- nol Candh r, and tent for Word A me3 songer wus sent into the church and coloiie brought out In some way the news of tli tragedy gamed the Interior of the church an quite a commotion was caused When Colo nel Candler reached his home h fourd "Mrs Candler in a precari ous fiT Phe was absolutely uiiKtrun. and Dr Word was compelled to give 1 is at- tention to her before going to tho woundeT boy Tho lady was unable to tell much, an the physician was unwilling for her to speak Tele-phone messages were sent to Atlanta for Dr Cooper and Dr E'km. Both gentle men came out and the wound a carefu examination Thev found that ball ha gone in at the right temple ind passe through the head, Inflicting a woun which deatli passing through the head the bal struck the head-board and glanced around th room It was i Icked up a' the foot of the bed Many here are inclined to believe that Gar nio did not intend to fihoot himself It thought that he snatched up the pislol en threw it against his temple to frighten sis ter, ing that when the hammer fell would fall upon an emptj chamber, and not loaded cartudee Garnio has boon in Georgia aboat two years Several years ago. while he waa living m Jacksonville he killed a companion and was tried for it On the trial it was sliown that the killing w as accidental, and he was acquitted Tho pistol w th which he shot himself was the on0 with w inch he killed his IrLend in hen he first came to Georgia, he clerked for J C I Daniel, shoe dealers in Atlanta, hu' about six or se-v en months ago quit there and s'ndjmg law with Candler, Thom- son S. Candler He proved a bright student, and was about reads for his examination. Colonel Candler was very fond of him, and says that he would have made a bright name for hi nisei i m law Garnie lingered until about midnight when he died His face was terribly blackened by the wound, E C A DOUBLE ELOPEMENT North Georgia a Big Sensation IE County Tenn January 5 !al after 2 o'clock this afternoon wo buggies, in each of which was a young tan and a young woman, parsed through the illageofSt Elmo, and the rate at the hones were driven indicated that am e body was in a hurrv On reaching the city mils one of the couples turned back, and minute or two later stopped at the house of Squire Kirkland. The young man gave his ame as Cooper and MB companion, was Mary Mbright He wanted to get married. The quire waa accommodating, and ten minutes ater Cooper and his bride were SPKBdNQ AWAY INTO THB CITY. The companion couple were J R. Huskey nd Sail IB Albright, the latter being Mary's ister They were on a similar mission, the case being a dual lopementfand an irata father suspected of ho- ng a mile or so in the rear and m hot pursuit, bey didn't have Ihe e of the other ccuple, ut continued their way into the city They proceeded to the house of Mr I nskey 's cousin, No 814 "Wil 11am street laking known the object of their tang was horned Iy summoned, the neighbors into the parlor, and tbe nuptial knot was tied Mr Cooper and Ins bride arrived ubt m time to witness the ceremony, and A QLIET L t the expense of their less daring companions The micbis, Mary and Sallie Albright, are the of Joseph Albright, a prominent mil nealthy farmer, who resides m Walker Oa, just thirteen miles south of Chattanooga They are bright, attractive iinettGS.jiwith graceful figuies and are apoar ently respectively about nineteen aud seven- .een yearsaold Ittessis Cooper and Huskey iro 3 oung carmen in "SV alker county They ire well behaved and industrious young men nit "Ur Albright baa alwavs been bitterly op- josed to their marrying his daughters RELEASED BY FORCE TBJE OAKIlfO ACT Of If COOT- WHO RIDE INTO HAMILTON BY NIGHT Colored Posts of the G A. B, NEW ORLEANS, January 5 Captain Jacob Gray, department commander of the Grand Army of the Republic for the stpte M Louisiana and Mississippi, has granted the colored ex soldiers in his department per- mission to organize posts of the Grand A rrnv of the Republic. The department consists of the states of Louisiana and Mississippi, in both of which there are said to be about thirty thousand colored soldiers, all of whom will become members of posts as soon as pos- sible. It Strikes All tlie Menibors of Choir A ....ivroN, N J, January to the irostration of BOA oral members of the choir of ,he church of tho S' ed Heart it was nnpossi ble to colobrato mass today AVith tho exception of the hottest week in summer, ngh mass lias not been omitted in years be foio Rev. TLaddous HogAii, pastoi of tho church, alluding to the matter, s tid that :ho influenza had become so widespread in tho city that it seemed wise to offer public u-iycrsfor its abatement He announced a tiiduum, or three dajs' devotion to the bacred Heart, for the next three dijs The Dowager Em proas Down. IN January G m press Au gusta, who is suffering with had a bad night, being unable to sleep however, baa rather dinni ished Fmperor William, on returning from a shooting expedition to Traschenberg, drove direct to thg palace and saw his mother's body physician. Una evtjaSng the condition of Dowager Em- pieas Augusta changed for tho w orse I.OISDON, January 5 States Ship Enterprise taa arrived at A majority of the officers and crew haie the en- six of the crew have been sent to the ijjwi i uspital HE WAS SIVGING "M GIISTT When Death Suddenly Came and Claimed Him January 5 Sullivan, tho famous baneball umpire, died suddenly last evening Heart disease was the cause He haa just finished 'McGinty, and v. as 1 xuglung heartily w ith a couple of tnenus when the fatal moment camo Bulhven was thirty-four voars old He was a man of nnnsu ally frame all bone and inusflo Liquor never passed hii Hps, and he was apparently an athletic model HAMILTON, I> V January 5 Ebe nezer D 1> LL D pres'dentof Mad- ison university, died here early this mornlngof peritonitis, after an illness of less than three days aged sixty years HKI KNA, Mont Januarys G P Greone, PT surveyor general of Montana, f >rmerly of Louisiana, where ne held many important positions in the engineer service of tho btatc, died j osterdaj Found Dead on the Track KRICL s, Ga JnnuaryS [Soecial deid body of an unknown white man w i3 dls covered this morning at the Central railroa 1 treiitle. one mile below Americus The man s name 13 unknown, but ho has been working here as a bilck mason for some time and was seen on the streets late I ist night intoxicated and the general supposition is that he wai stealing a ride find was either pushed or els< foil fiom the tra n Ihe hodv was badly dis- figured, showing that death must have been almost instantaneous The remains were taken in charge by his associates for burial. Mr Lang-ston Arrested n i F, Ga January 5 f Special Mr W J I angston, tbe merchant of our tow n, who made an ass gnment some days was arrested on a warrant sworn out by Jiates Kmgsberry Co of Atlanta, charging bin with chcatinz and swindling At his commit- tal trial hero yeaten aj he found not guilty The Atlanta lirm was represented by Colonel Heed, of Atlanta, and Is O Starr, o Calhoun Mr Lanpston was represented by Hon J W Rankin, of Calhoun Mr Langston jet has to answer the charge in Ful ton county_________________ An Imperial Military Dinner llRnLitf, January Von Walder see gave an official dinner last evening Al the gnosta were military men, except Vice- De Brueck and Royal Chamber lain Vizthum The emperor's staff was rep resented by Adjutant on Uulow Th ew Year, were present Count on Waldersee sat between Gen on Moltke and Mr I'helps American minister who was also present Gen on Moltke, m the course of creation, spoke warmly m defense of Bancroft the historian This is the nrst important dinner since the death the ex-empress of Bra-zi! All the ladie present were dressed in black. The military attaches departed for their posts today. To Espelthe Russian Envoy f LOTDOV, January 5 Times' Lisbon correspondent says a Brazilian paper reports that the government at Kio Janeiro intend to expel the Russian envoy in consequence o Eusaia's refusal to recognize the republic Private letters from Kio Janeiro say that in tensely hot weather prevails there and tha yellow fever of the most malignant type has appeared in the city A Gale Baling in England, IJOVDON, January 5 gale has been rag Iner a-11 o'ver Great Britain today Much dam age has been done throughout the country and many wrecks are reported The Protest ant church at Birr Islaod was struck by light- ning and badly damaged The Canard steame Umbna is delayed in Queenstown for repairs. TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. HAMILTON, Ga January 5 'arris county's noted outlaw and desperado aa taken from jail lost night at 3 o c'ock large number of men supposed to be bis The parties had guards out on every road- ay town, and a special guard at the iff s house 1 hey fi rst tried to PRY THE LARGE 1ROV ff that fastened the front door but failed to o so and broke the lock After getting the door open thij soon broVe tho locks to ie iron cage, and with w illi jg steps tl o noted I- ill Wallace stepped out and down tbe steps ud, with many friends, left the town before ny attempt eouid be made to stop them Vhcn tlie men nrst started to work they were card by two Lejjro men, who at once told a umber of white men, and as soon s possible caine to thoja 1, but the birds had own They had taken with them a who cas in jail. Dan Tatum, who was a sen once of Jdfo years m the penitentiary, but had blamedja new trial Ihe part} could not been at work more than tweutj tite .utcs before THEY BAD THEIR FRIEND nd was ready to KO, It will probably never bo nown what they will do with the negro, Dan atum, as they must certainly carried mi off with them to prevent his being caught ud mado to tell thej were The astakensleps to lecaptuie tlrtsm if possible and they will have tobc very careful an 1 close r the vigilant and never tiring sheriff. M B tunbrough, will before the} know V, ALT At K'S CRIXIF About four months ago a negro named anse G-orxion. was assassinated while working his Held in the mountain hill distiiet of f arris county He ehot with a in hesler ritle. The man who shot hu i old it to two gentlemen snon aftei tho act rt-as committed, hi t thev sa-.d he wore a mask nd they did not know him Shortly after tard Wallace met a negn preacher who Gordon 3 fum ral, and made him epeat it in the public road He then made he preacher dance, after w hu h he sliot b a nustacho off with a pistol and lef him go Other outrages vt ere perpetrated upon tho roes in the community and many Tf them were with notices to "Wallace believed to be tbe LEADER. IN AT L THE TUOLBLS, and tho citizens held a meeting and peti- loned the governor to offei .i Iai0'e re ard for the capture of the person r persoos who were terrorizing the neighbor tood A reward was offered aud Wallace eft the community He M as arrested a few weeks ago He was commited to jail to inswer 'or the murder of Kanse Gordon, ind has om cloyed counsel to fend him It n said no has a large number of fo lowers, and the people in the v, ostein part of Hams county are  om, and com- pelling the forco there to assist him, burned every copv of the paper Button, the bus ness manager, heard of it about and getting a big force of coniDositora together ,d all matter that had been distributed, roset, and ala w rote and put in a sensational iccount of the burn ng of the first edition Ihe paper came out about 10 o'clock today Mutual friends e far a meet- ing between tie angry editor and business manager, but trouble is oxnected the moment thej catch of one another COT HIS IJAtf.HTI- R S THKOAT Foi trait of Tlie Famous Preacher 1 eu Death T never write or si eak to wo-nin t ut my mind wamlers off to one ona who, years we put iwtj for the resurrection writes T T I'maga in the Ladies" Home loarnal for January Abont eighty jedrs ij-o and just befora their mnrnage dav mj father and mothec stood np In the old house al Somer- ville X J and took them the vosra of the Christian Through a life of vicissitude my mother Incd hirmiessH and usefullv and came lo her end in peace "No child of want came to her door an 1 waa turned empty an ay NO ono in sorrow cama to her but waa comforted No one asked her way to be ed t ut she pom'e 1 him Ui the cross hen the ancel of life came to a neighbor s dwelling she was tbure to nco at the starting of amiother im norial spirit. "When the angel of death cime tliat dwell- ing she was there to robe the dej arted foe tbe buria.1 had often heard her, when leading fam- ilj prajcrs in the absence of im fithor say: "t> Lord I ask not for iiy clnl Iron wealth or honoi hut I do ask that lhe> all he tha subjects of com for jrroco Her eleven children broutrlit into tbe kingdom oC God, ebe had but out? more wish an 1 tl it w that she might her absr-nt ni smnary son and vv lien the ship from C htna anrhored in >ew nrk harbor, and the long absent ono passed oser the threshold of his patt rnal hnme alie said "Now 1 or 1 iettosl 1 hoo, tin servai t depart in pca.ce, fur mj cyob hiva seen I itiou 1 I e l rayer was inswore 1 It waa a H inn il dav wh n w> from afar, and found nlj tho hotme from which the soul 1 a 1 lied er She iookedL ratural tho as verj much as when they were empl ed in kn IJCSB for the ch idnn 1 er e w e f two forget tho look of moth r 8 h IM Is As w i. stood bv the casket we run d i ol bat Uoesn t hi e lo INE t.ASHES The Colored People Take tbe Caee of MUcejrenaiioii CHARLKaTON, C, December cial eountyflast a mob ol negroes in mask3 isited tlie house of John Hall, a negro who was living with a white woman, wbo he claims was his wife, took him out, tied him to a and gave him thirty- nine la-shes Then they turned him loose and told him to leave the county The white woman was not molested, but was simply warned to leave the state Tbe white people of tbe neighborhood had investigated the case, and had determined to bring it before the next term of court, miswjienation beine a felony under the laws of the state The col ored people, however, took the laws lu their own bands, and the parties have left the state A Fond for leo, CECICAOO, January 5 following com- munication was received today Oolumbua, Qbio, Dear Sir- Enclosed please fina my   those speckled 01 hi li UH ilc 1 tru d t! i m with a mouse, hat pitl er thr f isti Ji  ho tr< aled tho in to a neiifl M ith tivo joune sjiai rows in n T) rce of Uiese dn-d btfor" their snakeMnps to pirtakc ishile sparrows rats and cock- roaches wore tried wnh no better succ ss One morning the gannns of th" n( if; bor- hooti caught an old blackbird and it the evpernnenter pieces of stick candy, a id the anakes, who had failed for nly- four hourb rather than cat cockroacnes got a chance for a vina.ro nual Mter llu crnig a-o ind m an ex  lowered th irhoida, ind without tbe tail cud-, of their bodies approached tlie bird by a gr extension of their coils but tho bird was all Euspicion, and roconiirencta I 13 fluttwiug boforo tt cir cat- like advance had h-might tnem w ill m range. The snakes seperated tl the fern ilc rolltd herself up in the black! iri a c rncr and tier infite took post in Iho center of Iho caye bat after readjusting their coils neither budged an inch thf y bided their tune J his head against tbe sopincd to tirt the bird after a whili 1 resentlj he ahtl tc 1 in a rather inactessiblc pi ice, took wiru ayain and, alighting in hiaol 1 rorner fin ally bl inden d into the water pot H hoj pe i out w n h drenched wings, and devoted a. few seconds to thf re- arrangement oT hn to] et unronsclous or heed- less >f tho prnxirrni) of tho fen ale partner ot the hos ile alliince she watchrd all hia movomcnt-t an 1 IK r ta 1 quivered in a curious w iy wlion she saw him pol e Ins 1 eiid utidew the right t) o ono turifl t v. iM her corner Sbe socriK d to know in at IIP vouldl repeat th( same min nvre (n tlie h fl -my ijdo lie did so au 1 slio had him directly. Drawing herself up she oiscd hnr neck liko a dan, brarcd hers- If nn 1 Vt drive A loud screech, a few feathers (King and a t t like aud lenneas. Instead of folio MDR tlie bird the snake re- turned to her favorite r'yok, where she wa soon after joined by her matt Tho dtfnciri part of the job v. aa done Thr e or four times the bird manage 1 t tike vi inp staegt aroundin a rircl rnre or twice and then aaC still botran to operate Tirst ita legs and then Ha wings co ninenred ti> tremble, trying to i-tan 1 up 'ght it pat its feet farther and farther anart and Imally spread us wings but to no pur- pose A convulsive tren or jt and viitU a gasp it fell over oil its s 'e ind on that moment aid the snakes K ide up to take, s  the unakes Thev managpi1 to fetch it a and let it go, relying on the rus to do the rest. Fire In Wnrdner PORTLAND Oreco i January A despatch, from Wardner one of fl e niiuing towns m oar d Alt lie Unmet of I lal says that a disastrous fire d tl wn jf a-flr- day Twentj fu e houses were destroyed in- cluding sis three story build ngs Ti e i ts estiroaied The riser oir in tho mountains winch is t! o onlj water boo; Iy. was empty and the me i Kb, snow thus saiing the l wn from total de- struction The lire r z nvd in a laundry. There is little or no insurance The Line of H Ga January 5 a1 Tlio electric street railwav put on a regular u e this morning and did an immense passeo- ger business ill da> Ererj car was ammed before it left the station and it w et-timatod that between three and five th Jusai i people availed themselves of tl e prn a nda around the city The line s x in Jeneth and is admirably construct d and equipped throughout GEOROfA r H S I3R1J Fl- D Younp Anhnr Battle, who lived near Boston, and mvttLertoual> disappeared from borae time ago baa Dot yet turned up Capt B F Walters, of Thomas ronnty, haf cotton plants b nz in f Is tl' TL vr n o rn on Eireet This tiea'la off I riicu- The firm of E B Karle, of Adairnvi le, is na more but ITI the fjt ire wi 1 be I-c-'lc A H jut Mr Jotm Hant baa bought BD i tre-: T tr Dirt was broken for the erection of a 84.500 school bciidlng lor La i day Ttia hoasc will be completed In ninety dayi bamns rainy daye aud Sundays. Mr George W Stone, of Cleveland, Ohio. street, ta Tbamftsvill" huit Kommer, ban will proceed iroroed'au. 10 bnad aa gant residence cm splendid lot. Falrburn'fl mayor and conncilmeu- Alf-mad fiatnrdav wiibout opposition tMrty sts ware poUed. P M. Tldweii, andDr- Jf T Davenport E E. CHapmoa. B. 2. aad A. Ytcteiy. coaacUmea. T   

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