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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               PRICE FIVE CENTS. r- TELLS OF A TALK WlTrf GRADY -il.li r'ld of P Conversation Mm "et'.'e -111. JANUARY MORNING, ATLANTA, POBTUGAL YIELDS the Times indicate that the TEREIBLE STOBMS, less severe there there tnau m Kansas less seveio IUKU.V i i sail thefall u, ligh TO THJD MADE IBS Journal from Lincoln ClftOVi' HWZ.FF3 VOWN LOUS sarv of trte ternoie otiziialu hen so many people perished from cold th hen so many peope p ports the present storin mdicate that is in n- ports o te presen so no less seierl Hbau that of which it is the an- Ssa.s City the storm began Saturday !U, lioui n NNhmhe i H, NN 1 1 1 I. US ,b t N h i "v i .Mr] IN i 1 ft VI it i ail said llK X 1 w till. "IN I 1 lalUU ,n I UUP I I YV" im I toll m 'I i' '1 lltAl He t il i t 1 II 1 l II 1 t 1 11 t N s U In s i i r.n n r. 1 Mi Ixi i l' l til In 1 J ss n N linn I N h n I 1 r .K ith 1 is a st m.e t i hasten progress on the bill to give Oklahoma a Kirn ni f. nil of gnN rnmciit Vt piosent mill i no formallj coiisti'ut.d iiitholltics in t' i mitry and to the I, ir ol in outb e Insulting from this condi'loii of t in the pr, pe-sel munn pi! cleef m in it i pustpoi .1 l N in ,nl has bin i Ni.led uiderwniih t r ,i i of tl e ehit 11 c in be peaccfullj 1 e'n" Ur h, use minnttees haveg, uer- T td t'nr but noi of t'.mla N, far n ,-re st ,1 m their work as t 1 "I t i- rt uiv It nslatiNe material f ht i, ton.V tin wtcl. The unite. lithe Sileott deflleatioii i i h nndit.d itslabirs and expects t ,t tsr. ,t iilabi.ltothe will eill f rthee iisibn i r t n I II inlrti.it anl a lo.ig d jato i hi to 1 NN N 01 i XN in t rs i. i d fi .111 tht conn tteon rti'es ti b.ii.ftheii no1 IV i I, 11 i i t N itli th limits in tic, old .I, i i men, lati n and ie pie r ra N l ous itn k upon I ,t ,i H v 1 h is th N niulei- i v.i.r-nlthiiiP vvd t i, Pi.lii ...i tn isi i ho i turn it K n, tb, m- i tl i k sNtl ill. ml nlli" 1 ir. t l l tl l n NN b us. I ,1 i n w INS ant me ins will l, t f 11 pul i l.mi -son tl., I.n If 1 II li 1 I t I hi i, in M< Ixmli, M t, 1 INC beloltit in 11- i ti n t m t i ml I' us, h. t  had en oveicist for seve al hours before t be fall ree of the wind was f, t and .t was all over incredible brief period of time, those silm-and mar tbe p ith" iv of tbccjei lie, artil> realising what hid happeiie 1 until it is i 1 ox tr .trres In a hlitioii to d, zens of dwellings ana si ftheettN m re. I less w n t ki I uie I laor'l'ul. n-n h ,-s in Bixks funiituie f i, ml Ferguson Tarm Impleii ent wnKs iiie lissmui 1'aeihe hospital Hogden s, h FN hiireh Setonl Jiesnx vet bea.d rfirte famhtie, are repo.te l but tbe -nits of tb, victn s i .NO notv.it ben, as cut urn 1 Ihev th, tiil.re famllv f.tl, motl.Pi a. d thill res dim; on N i.nd stiictniar Tenth a., met the r deiths tl ol a bin hi ng on thtir dwtil.' Ihe losses on pi >peltx ale roughlj t tin itett .KKIOUO biivwill b'velv 1 rov e in.it ll.e ITiriin N "ib a feNN isliors, sn'Tciort ,1 ss f 311 t icll elul bous to-nti of 01 Ne n IF ,ntetii h n-ets it i SK ot TIIK ex, i ox i. Tl e cv 1 m it, t 1 tl e cm in its full force e t sN.rNel t ii u g a tlmtt stn J e inst to louittenlh stuet, 1 then tun cd to the in th t haN th, i.U t. l.v.i jus I.o.th i i) r stittt iho oiib mil niKemeiit ol the n pioieh ail 1 pi VXn-ss of th- "loim w i i mm UN filljwblb l let of ni win h 11 tuinw is su (tidil I... situ nd efoietho vietms could I ul N 1 tbe to. m hid sNtpt In md 01 t up 1.J the, ts ind brkoii ,.ff t, b lanh Doles sw.pt .IONNII a 11 K" 'tils1 while tluro.f,  w most to the ground, and the tele 'raiib c-coinmuii eat on mterraptcu Vt noon the ran tinned to Mion and the n at continue with Borne seventy There are signs of clearing within six lunira SNOW IN NFEBA-SKV 0-ivHl.l.tb Jmuarj snow has been, aging hero nca tarry this "n Dakota and w estorn A BLOW IN MfrVIPHIS MENU BIS, January IJ -A heavy NV md storm accompanied by ram struck Memphis about, 0 tlttk tins afternoon, and bevond the general 1 i .stiatio i ol wires, no daina 'e vsu, done Ihe NNestam Union is badlj cnppled to- m lit every wire except two to aexv orieai Lifd die to Kansas City being down within a .idius ol thirtj live miles A special to the fiom Sanlis, Mies twentv milesso.it lepjitir office wen unroofed and st. ml residences damaged laiai ties ire iliported SM.W rt. tow N la ii uarj U inches snow his fallen hue since morning Hi NNH d is blowing hard and the snow duft n billj imd still fiilu z_______ Girl AT V tievv of tlie SLakspearo Biousnt t s ll t A ]h ne fi e 111 op e len HI em n t f the ell sn-, tl ''1 1'1 p. rt, gn s m I b 1 f A i tin f anl t f f-ti l i IN I1 e m ist n tl n su l re i till. J r m l s is till 1 n st i t M r, s F 1 1 il Un l 111 i i lie ii] 11 II i ih n s I fjn I S ll II M t., N N It 1 i i aiv tn f 'bis (i N i T N, is Jl i tx 111 ve i 1 I 11 u i n II i il r i s r I, I mm, n It It th n, t d. r n 11 1 l 11 I f 1 U'bir w l u, ic 1 to s i. i 1 1 million n i1 ki N, i 1, let. in in it 11. i the uiiun ml a] t thesu'i a I hitmen all met th, u.isNMt u. 1 ,n, nn ui tl lit out il en in.' SM t, Is b leu, l.ntlt mm MII t thin fill w lib i is in N ,11 lid si v.l.x t i 1 ,1 ij s 1 -1 U i'i r luen tn Jantuirv 12 Glynn Petre English minister on Sa'urilav imparted to beiior Goines-s, minister of forcipm England's ultimatum demanding the recall nl Portugal s forces, otoc ata, and oxped.t ons ofevei-j kmi from the banks of the blare be- xond the confluence of tl e iluo and SON th of Zimbezi, and from Masholmd If IVrtnsal fa led to replj in tirentj foi i hours tbe British legation would board the Euea uit-ess and aw lit a icpU The kins immediately con ei ca a cab- inet eouiisel to consider the ulti Tho fuNenmtnt replied to mstci Glyim Pelre tint Portugal yielding strong pressure fiom power, of the hrst lie long too w eak stand w ould order the thdrawalof the I'jrtugese from the sn.ro ,1 Masholand wl lie icsorMnK all -o e Portugese crown in these teint, nes It is sei ted that tins derision w is ullueiieel bj ports of intention on the part of the Itiiush make uai il dcmon-tratioiis at Quilhmane, ela-ooBa. and St Vmcc.it It is reported at the opposition tua crates will a rong attack oil the government for its atti dc m this matter _ The Bi itii.li Lcgatnre Mol.l.etl o-, mob composed of udoiih and others -1 outing Down w ith the imisti-N ittaclted the B.-tish Lgation toda-l htN demolisbtd the (.-.cmeheoli on the b illtl i" and sui ishcil the windows Tie pe.iee we're powerltss ts coiitlol them I ieN then rake the wmdoxTs ofresi.lentts ot N anous pembers of the mil which they It is Senior Gon cs the mm sttiof f.l icii iflans will Negctia ion, T I ,tl, England ON er the sltuatu Ur ca re 111 Itp.lai con-bt uuti Juiuii MAJOR CI.ABK AKKE.STED One of the Parties to Southern CluB gbootlng ijcrape I ..dcr NEW Januarj i, booting in front of the Southern chib house. 18 West Twent) fifth st I r 1 15 t.eu- lllg, contlnt.el to be a suhjict ftr no lit e d_s- cussion among the t 'ul, r.ei, gnu -allv today. Majir William Hancock C 1 irk hj whom tlia shooting was done was arrested t Ha was found at hit, home 1st. 11" ,-1 Sixty- thirl where he c aimed that he b il bit 11 since bis return from the club 1-id 11 ,t'it. He accompanied tin cfh.tr wi I >ut i r ,tt-t, a id w as placed m a s n 11 i i i a Ijoimnj >ie room lie c largo nil. .tl n VN us assault NNil'on Ranlolph a.thon.H in r s -ht after bv theixhci wi n t f u I i I il pr i je i it t i ill. 1 ,1 n t i IN i I t Fl nr iv N II nl h s tl s, n i e ni r n 1 i i n uitr. 1 e 1 bN 1 i n lutstn _ th s iinr> tht t i, tl 1, f ti t Via ka Tit 'I'ttst in d lie mcessuv Iy tl, ,v HVN in I tin i it m niH be link, iti'llcjirt to tie s, nat. tl e mm 1 i i tb l ,1 h' the V sk, tt nimi, nl 11, v h is n harg. d i's diitif mil b.i 'iti us tl itstnt ll ise in 1 also NNh al ditiinil lecislalon if "iv is ntces arj in or In t! it tun interests of the g >v eminent and of th, mm is and. tf m iv be inor, tnllv prot, eted T UK M KO tvti. uenox mil S, nit r Butler his indie ittd bis inteiitim to spe ik this week oil his bill l roN iibiig f r tie ingratiin of fr< m the south a puhl e under cirectiou of inastei 'eneral of tin ,a.riiij SI iiiTl he addtess tl esen ite r this subject Sen it. r Iivalls n.d other i, l i bin in sen itor 1 lie t rt ntials of the foin senators cltcte il. ri ll legislatuies of Montaii are  "'t s, tins to hiNe siilTeied in st as .h, dimig at I 1st SI 1. us md at N e in i NN is 1 11 g .N c ni, to riiln ad pi 01 PI t> ill sin i 1 dw t 1 In H anl tt t, unl leiei b ne p 1 iTiklvn is ib ut thrtt milts n rth ft I si s I. i s Its poiulitn n i I. n I dp, ml, Vt 8 p m it w is lepoittl J.msthit tl, lit Ie NilU had lit NVau "Not Lvjiclicil. Imuarv IJ Hint t i NV N i spe, nl savs tht rei rttd Kntlnn- f lamps I Hlgn in NN vnmmg -rainv s i i m hut tin fuluietotlke his life IS not the f mlt t f the m b O H igo w as arrested on tw w irraiits- nt h irking him with th< ten v, IT ol 1 duvhter of lohn Card- andili otbtrwitb thrta'tliinc to murder 1 nex 11 'Itv NN bile be was going th-ough tin n mn mis t Ocnnl in cl llge of INVO ii.i.ls h, NN is fin 1 upon bi a part) of men T.ish.ist N skilled Jii1 he w is shttthrouj-h thef.it bit bis Builds suetielid in getting him INN IN mil ho is now in confinement ASttaiusl.ip rouiidere.l IVITIMO. Tan 12-The ISntlsll steiiishii l.osMinCi'v ipta.ii Dojie whiih t H, from .sti 11 b-ings t iptain .1 Ie and tnw six all told, of the with near m of rail rt ad ties and sailed from Hampton K, ads u the Ml, bhe encountered XN we her a leak, and on the "th, 1 a miles south of Absecom, foundered The J-ow took to the small boat and were picked up hN Ohio from Philadelphia to Oporto, ami traiisfcrrtd thesime ,Uy to the Boston C tj and bit uj it to Baltimor Gov eruor Stone s InaTisurntion. TVCKSOX Miss January Theiomt committee having in charge the re.iiration f f the progr mime for the inaugu- tatitm of Gov ernor ie at 11 a m tomorrow consists of Messrs Thrasher Hieks, Fairlx, Taxlor and Nolan of the senate, and Messrs Evalis MtUmght Gillespic AN atson, U- liamson Garni bell, of the house Thev are at work this evening and want to dosLiethin" handsome, but it is behoved thatGovernor Stone s well known views in. fivorof simplicity will prevent any ostenta tious dtsplaj Sadden Deatli m Sav S AH, Ga, January Prahn Dilhon president of the brass moulders States and a prominent inventor, died suddenly tonight in a physi- cian's ofnce from heart disease. e i i li mil though seN i ll NN it Injun d in Ims'viii I. si Vmniuti ofdNNillingsarem lln la ,t stih inhis entiuij dcm rm thej feareil that then tram would be thrown from the track, so terriiic was the foree of the v-md THK ELI7ZARD IN K N.NS IS KtxsisCiTV Mo January 12 V severe rages tonight m Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska Dispatches from points m Kansas to the Journal sav. tbat the stoim is bx far the worst of the season, and some points report that it is the most seN ere Ov er experienced The storm began last night, continued through- out the day and most of tonight Far w cstem points in Kansas report that the storm ceased about 11 oelock Tbe result of this storm there has been disastrous On an av erage the snow fell about eight inches on a level but the w md drilled it badlj and many trims on the railroads have been abandoned or greatly delayed The Hiawatha.Kan Journal's correspondent reports that snow has drifted in places afi mjh as oiie-story houses completely blocking the ay and railroads At Wichita Kan snow is reported fifteen mehos deep and badly drifted All trains on the Santa Fe, Wichita and Western t Bock Island and Missouri Pacific railroad and m the neighborhood of Wichita, have been aban- doned more, howe-er, m anticipation of the effeets of the storm than on account of it of tbe trams have been sidetracked at small stations, but the passenger, haxe been i mi the New Yt ik Nv of S itunla; On Hit irber list a disuacth from Hahfa sti tdth tthe set unship Nestouan Cipta' iiiiKC fiomClistow XNhich hid ail ved i tl Inj before repoited U at on tho inormii f UeeemBer lith in latitude Ij nortl 1, J3 44 Nvest she sig'ited Ihe v ite 1, "td ship Sbakspeare C. aptam Mullcr, fre 11 Nil bill-; on Get. lier Ihe c w was 011 md asked to b tiiktii i lf h t ifte INNO it enpts tho Nist r, u h-Nin lost sit, t tf tne slim gaN e it Ihe s, ish.p Sanli.i in wbieh aimed Ilililit funi Iiveipool on Dece nbei >1 r p ltd that she lal als pa. s, ,1 tbt Shak spe ue oil 1- cenlfi m b t the same] sitnu, bi. tie, ION was missing It w i thought tliat tbe en w lia 1 been lo as it er. w as i fi arful UK! UK s, w s s I, i i th !t 110 IK at con h an liinr in it I fttendnsov due the I nlisli stennsliip C tpt Muiirn ail NI 1 from IS.emen In tho w Slut Ils th s in mm, d to I Si id ii<  th On JUth we mint, l.al wtithel NN e slow, (loir tug nes in 1 put th, St with h.i he i.l to tin si a k on H i lav mommg I 1 i> (low for a few n o- mi ills m the e] art room I di 1 not itiiiove nn oil clothing aslcxpetttd to be c illt.l at any mo i nit toihstONCr tint we were going d, NTII 1 be see >n 1 othi ei Ml INO Ie was 11 charge fii I ndaN morning he came to nit and UN ce i saving th it lit saw a light li" poitb N T ,rt hastilv n, l, ,1 Oil m tl e distance I SIN a sig r N 1 bv 11. bei mil sull ail tin r ...Itlei, b a in washnh.lt. ittn.ton, ntiition I si 1 it onee ll it s i 10 Ness.' NN s in lie, I ol assist met a id in a in i n. nt wcwtit In ii.lcd till i -onthpist as fist, a, we c uld m the dntet oil of the signal- all th" ,le win, mil stem, wbis'lts v luoroi K t i n en. t t IP v sstl to signal t htr tint NNC N.t ild I iy bv until morning when v.VJ'sai'i'raronnllid all Vt that tnncsiKW the w nd was bloving a Imriicaie from the west-noitbwest and tbt i-Is wereveiv high At div break the sig nils had disappe ired but w c steamed in the d Veetion of tlie plaee we had last seen them At 7 o cl. (k a snow squall can e up and we eonl 1 n. t see Iifty vaids ahead of us NN e put her head to tlie sea agun and wafted [or it to clear Vt 8 10 it was clearer and we resumed our h I sent a man to the topsail vard Vt about 8 45 tho lookout sighted the vcs sel a'am and in hve minutes we were neai enoigh to ste that they wanted to leave her Ihe was the Shakespare We tried all day to pass a line To lower a boat would be useless The storm was more severe that ever It I about noon w e passed htr a hue, but tbe rope ion, T I ,t, ngan NCre 111 Itp.lai con-bt uuti Juiuiiy h ilien Mr GlNim Petre British n ml 'el pro it, 1 urn" netted t'ciiands t, iihci I 01 u (.alliphtilon Stl, loin r, d and lit ations IT., e tr to IIXN e .wen s ultm alu an IN en GFTTrNe, AI I on the Road to Tlie "Voimg K.1HK of lieeovt.J Januarj l_.-Vjon-rhe king lOiiUimest) improie and tie queen regent has been en 11 led to se.iie i brief r, st A edal n a was ee'eb ite 1 tins morning fo, Jieree verjolll.. n, "u lie's of tele 'rnusofil niiNba 1 11 n r< tivel mob .ill md h-s c.u i r road at Ne iti( u 1 ns in l'" iriMiit, of Fmi Tleb ml is be, pur ue i in the e vie giaid H r x -The king i i I M  11 Jin, rv 1- i .ecau tions aie t., n on tnt I rine Ii ter .N e ft mint sit on w e tb >t 1 t li id I ti n uik bj fr en no. from a IN ftar t tied but to get him awaN fi n qaestio itrs THI. M t lull T II K- Major Clark is a t ne I.VOKII 4 1 1 ur tleniin puke I in 11 i as a represent .tne of s with, i IN Vs ONidtnct of tilt lite ill. I li us i n h H right t heck ail ent w'l nb. i boen ml'ieted IIN Jbcriii, IN J I m I ,.li There has be, n he u 1 h m representation in t'lc milt r pi 1 1 f ui the fict that onH oil si I. .f th, rx .J--1 teen published Ai n as it b n II v tut In me .ndreuiiii-.l nn il hioii.l I tho iiohtc t itiou 1 In- m l u r d it 1 I ,r a i.h 1 1 r- t NO was a c nidi late, fol n-, c oil 1 ,01 n m a bit iKf one mt ni. u at tin e .Steele M l keN the Euiamat s' nil i >u I Toai Oi hlltree being pre-, nt w st-s er then eal n going fr )m tin dii n i i t "is pallor w e p wsed a nwiii in xihit1, a n in iwr of the numbers of the ,'nb N tit suu ig around a table eiie.igid IN A AMK A.II'S The I idne and I distill th tl i irlsi i the p't. 's bands Inn. N ft' lit tut tii.l plaims was- NI ti n fthi .1 1> -t a id if Judgo OiidiisletNt s l fin, I "lei t grt ifh nit it tK 1 n" Bet.iro leaMiig Ih, eiub In use Is, N I rosi- diiit t i h ub in In. t ul in I I h in NM at Ihalseen He s. d h, NI i 1 I ,1 n I rt toth. ma.ter an! ste thi st pi 1 Tl is I ui..' is u 1 mNs.lf t latitdof tint I 1 imr.n.l leporle 1 Ol l f t "ft UN a us wis Vr 1 i h S, UlN afterSthe cirljtl li t 1 f I KUCN him to haN bet n lot 1 H I' Mr Randolph t. due with ne VTi it dun r I menl nt.l tht nai t fin 'J melt Gineri' (.t P I nk I l.lonetrinl'it rfint Wft Oni f I 01 'll. 3 Liwestors .loin 1U ,d of n g a ww ad.stm n< i .1 ark a 1 XN him nth of tl N n I I i I tl tlon l would 1> i 1 I'' 1 wis if. ill to. t f ll '1 J iv .1 it 1 NNI it u ai I s' .s I tu ion the si Ie Nalk hi K VII- UDX THF TN f I fired it him bulhiln nit li n f I. nm J he r, imit tbat 1 NI i i v. I NN 13 iiost inline The r i 11 1 v es si j ektddown N that I 1 i 1 ije. i III ro- ,i i] Hi, haNC b tn d n t 1 t'.r si, t f i.ril I emsi lertbatlhi thin f. iled N IN nn- g itl.ininH IN Vr r.nl ll n I til u 1 i ...tip f m f rl is, ,1 ml 1. ,_ b I tl it 1 (11 i S stori was not so severe as neater AS'cSa disBateh irom ppnits m Mfasomi to coming on we signalled that we ould lay to untfl the next dav when we ould attempt to send them a boat We lost tbat night, hut once more searebeo or her and found her at about 8 30 on faatur- ax morning The gale had abated and the seasweienotso high, so we passed her two nes and decided to lower a boat "The boat, manned b} lour men under com- mand of becimd Officer Nolle, was lowered lien the boat got close to thd slup five men um-Jed [overboard and grabbed .the We-line luit bad been passed them and were pulled on board They had on Me jackets On the sec- ond tnp fixe more were picked up were eighteen ill all The crew xvas changed on the third trip and Chief OfccerHansen was n command 8n each of next two trips fSuTmen w ere tafecn off Four of the rescued were bovs sixteen years o'd, wholvere making their first passage Two of them, though safe n their life jackets, were afraid to jump over- ward and were picked up and thrown over- board bv Chief Officer Matte. Mattes was the last man to leave the ship He was very Theespearo had been dismasted on December 14th, and v ben the mastfcl! lus left arm was broken He couldn't get a life lacket on, so he put a life buoy about his waist and mmped overboard He went down head first and the buoy got about his feet and held his head under water He finally managed to free hi mself from it and was picked up. On December 14th, tbe ship began make water, and the men wereatthepnmps fromthe fourteenth nnfal Saturday. On the third day CarrtarnMuller died ol exposure, and tne lol- was buried. The men were all in ely bad condition, and are stOl very hearing the nis of the little one NN ho bad b.eii intrusted her keeping Hoalmg down the strtan, she s, I out with the real iiiatmct of a ner lie and b orth Carol in, I.KI.IA fr n. i JIN inte- rior towns m the staa ______ 4TH Mrs Wallace l.hodcs dud at 7 I) oelock j -j that her Lie nouKI pose to start a s SS" on lor Captain Monroe. THE AnsMtal-eoBle Expect a Grand Time Thto Week. AUGUSTA, Ga January 12 P G Bamum's gopher out sunning him I self todax which is an infallible sign of fair weather, for twenty four hours more Today has been a perfect i hp crowded during her carnival displays Be? -W T Pluukett filled tbe pulpit m the First Presbyterian church again today He is nastor of a prominent choren m Detroit, but SSesnot fare well in the northern climate He came south for ms health, and is greatly de- bSitidwiththebalinyweatherhehasenjoyed heri He has preached two or three Sundays m the First Presbyteian church and has made a fine impression on the congregation Alter seraccs today a meeting tor the membership of the church, was held al winch it to hold a church meeting next Sunday to con- sider the question of issuing another call for a -u wjnch time, it is believed, Dr- tt will be tendered a call. None Knew -ir, Rhodes hot to lov e htr anl her loss w.l! be ftlt in the golden or. N re- was one of the, brightest sta.-s THKKE SBOTh Stop a inade good his escape. m   

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