Atlanta Constitution, January 15, 1890

Atlanta Constitution

January 15, 1890

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia -5 SJ -VI if ATijAJN 1A VOL. XXL PRICE FIVE CENTS, UIli> OU should forfeit on account of that receipts lie 1 fault The new members had signed receipts ue fore they had any legislative power to change the law Certificates were presented to them and GFT? THE lOH-kCTORSniF AI Ills iue new blame and he could not I __----------------- i mame ana ne comu could vote against an appropriation to pay tne OFFICES PROVIDED FOR. new nwmbcrf what they were entitled to If CEOROIA UITIVLJ new old member felt himself only .xmise THE OHIO BIGAMIST s to vote for the a t natmn and afterward. Keime.l> Makes ai Asa of Himself Again. WASHIM-.TO-., Janu-rv Tom Johnson's nomination as collector at fiavannah was sent to the senate today It was DM n surprise to tl e Georgia republicans that H -h uld have been sent m so _soon althJ with ther it vv is a! public money or whether some of it was istituoutwi I r, ililj belli vi U -te lunds Mil m in XT 011 osrs Mil IIIVHIIIIT Itlount spi ko in suppi rt of the 1 ,11 I the n, j .....Hng private ill] ot, t rs to L.O to the would lead to the clearance of the lob i- Mr Massio of Cliillicotl e, noun iatod ex Crovernor Foster 1 he vote in senate Fa'stead 1, Foster 14, and Bncc lu In tne house the call w as deman led to bring m mem hers Brown, democrat of Hancock who is sick was carr ed to the hall in a chair me only' other democrats absent v ere Trooper of Holmes, andlawlor, of Fianklm wh> is ill illia and Hlair republicans were absent CAKEOIJ.TON, O January 14 J case of Clharles C Hoffee, wto is m at Cariollton, Ga charged with bigamy in marrying Miss May Cheney, of Bremen, ex- cites ranch interest here, at Hoffee s tome, and wlere Ms legal wile is living Hofflee is the degenerate son ot a -worthy farmer living close to Dell Roy, m this county, andhaBleda somewhat dissolute life He early deserted the farm for the more exciting Me of a took agent and sport in his county town The book business became alarmingly dull about eight jeirs ago, and about this time tho house of a farmer hvmg mthe Hoffee neis-htorliood was burglarized and m cash token Mystery surrounded the burglary for some time when suspiuon fell -upon HoSee and b35 brother Hit MADE IT "SVOW 11 nothing happens I -will be home soon for SfeSdiys, but wont go to CarroUton, O Iwin write TOttmafew days and send yon money so to paps (Hoffee-3 father who re- as I If any one writes to yon or your pap er tiem as I have got for any of yon to write oneword wouM m. YSwihearfrommesoonan. are Ga., December 4, 1880 Wtfe miiiglaBtnjghtof Stella and Earl I toniyarmSriLissinffthem. Kiss -Oiem forme and tell them I thjnk of them each day Ho one knows whatl suffer in staymK awaj them, rait it is too late lam compelled to I will arrange to take afl of yon away from CarroUton (Ohio) as soon as matters must make some change in can.act FEE! TO DEATH. INCHES OJT -r4 CATTLE DYING BY THE HUNDREDS BecanseTliey Are Unable to Get Under tlie Latest from the Terrible Tornado of Sunday. is to save you and the children from a IB VJ J "r____, j .__ir nilh O B, Wyo Jan 14 to four- teen inches of snow has fallen in the -west end of the territory The snow has crusted and with the freezing of the TV ater, cattle, sheep and horses are perishing all over the range. An owner yesterdaj receded word from his ranch in that section that scarcel> an animal that could not be fed would Horses have worn their hoofs to the quick trying to morth, but beat through crusted snow Cattle and sheep ore don t listen to anyone, anu vou win w Seend My love to all frozen to death THE CYCLONE II. ILLINOIS Ills January 14 the vill Ala December 12, 1389 -Dear Mary so far as von keeping my Sunday night, the cyclone over- chilelren is concerned, I w-ant nothing bettgruian houses, bams and outbuild- During the Hofteo had been "roafc- damage The family ing it Enc-w and had united 1 s Idea if re rt of lj 1 ci u a ill--! rsi win thiri are nianv w and i inv, who will n f eroiii U that a J 1 i is, th. re ire i lu "ill to f r it in 1 ,tv tru bheu. i Iheer 11 will vote i vot, at ul! ,1 no r lit t (lie, U ,1 of ill n ..ith tho Urgi i bc'ieved the bill vMll THFOEOlltll- MFMBFR8 mil hvv ii a k l 1 of ll i f course v ote a. fav u Mte fi st it BXUKP1TIN KOM1HATION Hunt, of Saudusks piesented the name of Calvmb BIICO, which was seconded by toll of Montgomery KopreseiiSAtivo Braman named diaries ter, which was si con led b> Keprcs, Lav lin Oiin.llcall the of cot nts for lirieewasicceived with eluers is was nlso that of '.fuuson two of tho members who wi re cieditc 1 with being bolters Mill Mr 1 liner will n rl M' 7 Stewart will 11 tv te on tho thitl, should mt.l 1. 1, sovvncas, If, i -i SH k and ruin thi preoi lit Jul el ispwill llv favor Mr lullMUin Otlur i member, have given u evidence as t. In w they will ote That man Keimc Iv from Ohio c f course rult.imakeaiia.s.sothims.itdurii..; the "it discussion tovUj 11, is the sail c who had c )tt Ju t n ]i jioum It, e iso ,1 d list f i tbe veir 1m ni a c nt. slid clccti u ussion loilav during the S] ceil Hemplull of S, nth "K, line v wantcl to ki o- demoe, its dull, t have tip to draw thmr moiiev before bilcott got, off but Mr Ad of Massachusetts tho r, publican ehairmu, of comiu ttee jinmedia ely re plied that no tiling was ev, he ird h lore iidceu'diiot be Hue Ilisc so, elchcd the Ohio a s who r, tire I to the I 3111 in "ic It h ist, anil I hisses VLU-uii Kr TO There was x discussion in tno senate tl is afternoon which fir demmciatorv cpi icts and sin .tonal discourtesy has not h en I hat he wis a d 3l uisinf. officer was Iv hunt, Behind, I y giving a isliiir tellTi ud ok kc, ptraml li> requiring mCiiileistoicrti J t. lull their mileage amounts II, w is in t ifr i ,1 to take the 1 ilKl Anv uti ii.iihi-1 unless order vv is mauttiine' ANSOUM1M- THF VOTE The vote m the house stood Unco 87 Fos- itn n which he fcested Ly fear rong to his inlfr.i.wh htli.iew uld come, wrong to his 1 vv 11. n hers w ul 1 he imworthj of him and no I, m live w il I 1 revent him from declaring-to tlie IK use mil mntrj his conclusions as to the house at 5 o clock, ad i umeil A IIV TIMH. 1H THK StNATE Senator {.Call ITalkiTWry Plainly to 1 lumb of Kansas. January 14 The resoluti >ns hcrct .fi re offi by Senator Call m rclati >n to tho ,1 inns i f Honda under theswampland grant and relation to the allcKed unlawful selections ,1 ind in Florida were taken up anil Mr Lall aildrc-b, il the senate on them The burden of his rim.uk-. vv-i. that lands wlml wire not swamp ml vim vvnl lit which win nt for ultiv Hi, n hitIhceii selected under the swamp laml Ihoionitiewlt of tho two branr-hcl is Slice, 70, Foster 06, Halstead J and >eal, 1 MlbSISSIPPI I.E01SLATIUBE. ThoNcwr Knilroad jriy vffiy ujiu i ll take the same view of >t aside Nicholson was instantly killed and her daugli- the sto ALL THROUGH NKW YOBIC WATEBTO-WV, N Januarv 14 H ing Suffrage JAI-KSOV Miss Januarj 14 Waltir Mcl-awson J 1 Sis-ions and J Askcn were elected railroad co nmissioners by tlie Misaissippi legislature in The lirst two are the old board succeeds Mr H'R "orthern districts 1 lie "l Infills ilitu III ewamp laud uran Fluinh wantcl tOT KAT BIHMIVOHAM, ALa, January r- ENGLAND CBITICISI'D For tlie Manner Mr ,utid st it. s had granted to the state of u, re than h lit of the lands w.thm its limits The t itc i nt unul ab ut ioity million: n re th n h Uf of tlut had hie- -I. mid the Uiid f i trio ipun l.vciv smRle ai re of il' h ul been place I unilcr con of >lorida I ,f iVaturVof Honda Some been feranted as the senate that t r i it, 11 t svvamp but aiable land So m h r v. is the dereliction of the senator s ,t hit 1 a I 1 ctriv ed ,ti trust Ho wished the ii it r w i il iv on the stumn, in his own state Wl.lch Slie Treated Portugal. TAKIS January 14-Tho papers here was unable to resist the deman U made bv Lav land because if she had resibteil furnished a pretext for 1 ng mouths of the Vamoose nv land to l 1 have seize the id i_, lla hav all agree that Luropeau i l ml the no ill interim mlliibtlr of war sen of justice seiior Branco SinorArniy. minister of ma i tnhts f the laws ihi 'the equal of any ther I -ire tlio eq 1 .Is of the repri ther states I sli, uld "corn I c imc down level of tVeinanho eland clu.rv.ter of the senator from Without it t on on the resolution, the senate id, .1 to excel live hu-iiioss and at 4 o eluek th, nit, nor is aa uimbterof fin ince ne ScuorKol lero nor from o had an interview with the- others burned daughter of Rnnyau, oj this place Tlie honeymoon was interrupted by Hoffee's arrest and incarceration bell nd the bars on a charge of burglary He languished for some weeks, v lieu the case was settled by his father and Hoffee released He resumed his martio.1 re'ations, and for the next six jears lived with his wife in this two children being born to them, one a boy now about four years of age, and a girl of six KALPH BUNTAN APPEABS Hoffee earned a precarious existence by -king aa agent for anything salable, and, ur ruro__hejind his taDthfir-ln law. determined to try their fort- unes in tho south and, accordingly, went to Chattanooga where another brother in-law Scott Kunyan, had been living for some years Mrs Iloffoe and her children remained here with her parents From this time tlicir career, as known here was rather vague, but it was understood that voung who is a quiet, centlemanly had turned his attention to studying for the ministry and was working at what he could find to do to support himself while his stud.es progressed, and that II, (Tee was in the traveling salesman business Last year Hofteo came home on a short visit to his wife and children, and wh le here, made a remark to her that -if he was free, ho could marry a joung lady worth but that ho loved his wife and children too well -lie has been writing Ins wife occasionallv and sending small sums oJ money to her up until a few weeks since HE WANTS A "TFMPOKAKY" DIVORCE His wife says that some time ago BIBMIVOHAM, MAI-OX, Ga January 14 [Special ]-Maeon I Hawes eats little, talkb less and saya be has was visited by fire todav about noon, which, for or oo awh le looked very serious indeed, and But lor ino ]e stock ln the plan of attorneys art .-..._. ,mpt and very efhcient work of the fire depart ment, many thousands of dollars might have beer destroyed 11V hue Bras Williams, a colored track cotton in Willi i rapidity wit promptly given and the department responded quickly but wten the firemen reached the scene the names aid the black dense smoke bulfring out on all siaeT After a desperate struggle the flame were ae er gotten under control and confmeo. K, building Gunn, damage of about owned by Captain Houston county front part and offices of the warehouse were not damaged only the sheds under which the cotton was stored were burned Mr Price estimates that there were from 950 to 1 000 bales in the warehouse The cotton was damaged more or less by tire and mnoke Mr carried about 81r. 000 insurance on planter s nces to sue out a writ of habeas corpus in the federal court He does not think he would be glv en any Bliow tbcre asked if lie had any hope of eiecuttva clemency be answered the governor would answering a f. w lirlef questions THE CHAMBER OF COMMKBCE. Body Convenes In Kegnlar MontMJ Sleeting- lint VI The chamber of commerce convened in regular monthly session vettenlay morning with a Large meiabcrshiii in atfml mi e tile taxes upon man- ufacturers ociuple.l .nFidcrablc time and tnff t. tnat tne in which he had made advances Timiie Oirden o s earned '11 000 to wit the Imperial S3 M and the Magara, S W 801100 on the buildmg and So 000 on Price a CUiamss Cohbs agencies carried Sl, 101 to wit m the anl S, Scnti T nion on s colfc n ami oniShaleJof .he Man, better nulls as r-ll.w 92 OOO in the Home, and in the OCOLI.J- Uniou consulate to A BATTLE IN Soldi molestation Tlio Sun B Cotton Review .OKK Iinuarv 14 -Futures were apnin irregular Thcv pencil one point lower w ,t a decline of 2 Wd ill f ivcrpool where then w us It's Busy With the Defalcation of Tear Vl> tlio Kepuulican Flag and a Fight Ensues. lannaiy II-One of the corrcspon drntsoiC R 1 lint writes from Rio Jan, iro un of December _ld IBS' that the outlook s not reassuriiiK IJibt evening a nts of artillery mutinied TheH Silcott ysniNPTOV Januiry 14-Mr McKmlev of Ohi, fr mi the committee on ways and means re thateveryindustr Tlie Tariff Hearing Tanuarj 14 -It was supposed interested in the tariil hail lati to the collection of reven It was McKi ricrej printed and recommitted and Mr McKin ley staUd that he hoped to call It up during the of Kansas, moved that the hou-c go into committee of the whole- for consider it ,m ol the bill to prov ido for town site entiles of nmls in Oklahona This wis antagonized by Mr Adams ot Illinois who wished the to con Bider the Silcott matter and the motion was de Half a dozen gentlemen were in e nens of the Oklah. ma 1 ill were again deeatedlTto 108-and Mr Vdjm.. cal le. up the Sili i ir rpnort ACLOiiu mu d I v a bin u in curred tlirough the bile lit detale ul in THE SFBGEAVT IT IBVIS1 DUTY Mr Adams ir_.udmfn r of the holding ta salaries of members tion winch lectured Elected Senator ,roin January H-Hon t K IVilson it wai ,lected tmted States b 10 Thomas S Hodgson 6 a of Rio were arrested The Panama Canal. January 14 her hus- banTs" Hoffee, Dell Koy, appro iched her w ith a request that she allow Cnarhe to procure a "temporary" divorce fiom her, alleging that it was her hushand s wish, and thit by so doing, Charlie could marry a wealthy young lady ot Georgia, and they would all be better olT This proposition was, of course, refusid by M rs Hoffee, and then her husband began writing her letters, urging her to do this, or to at least promise to keep qniet until he could accomplish his purpose Specimens of these letters are given later on Hoffee s career m Georgia better known to your readers than to us, but his as- sumption of airi as a capitalist, his proposi- tion to build a SM> 000 hotel at Bremen, and his havin" the lawjers "hustle" around for abstracts of title of land which he proposed 11 pretty "rich reading here EB rHPNEYSEMJsFOKMBS HOIFFE 8KMOE The first intimation anyone had that he had gone wrong, outs.de of his wife and her rela- were the telegrams ol inquiry sent by Dr I Cheney to the sheriff, clerk of court and Mrs Mary Hoffee, asking if Charles I Hoffee was married, and If so, if he had a lc-al divorce The replies to these telegrams a stttled Hoffee's status as a Benedict, and the next new s was that he had been arrested and jailed at Carroll ton, Georgia, for marrying entire fire linearly S10000 The total value of th e co_ton en 1-mimriarl fttS flflft Mild) thC COttOn CiLH UU w Ul be about M nir e. nt t eight hales of Ililoco'.--- arehouse uninsured about M pir ei n niiitv had fiixtj which the nremen are pliv work separating and scatteri eii and men area Xbe wpn'tliouVht t KI that the man- d have s7mo r Ijtf hut i-howed harur prohibited It iverncr Hull of tho night sv> AlGliSTAS Tne Grand ALOCSTA Oa January 14 ]-Augusta today is in holiday attire and t might is ablaze with many colored lighti lAcrv tram coming into the city has been loaded to it, utmost ca pac.tv EO that nearly all the hotels and Iniardinpr nouses are full almost to overflowing The week wall he a grand and gala one af ter_ noon King Cotton arrived in the citv 11 U h -1 thl't d was Ma the kevs to all departments by Mayor May escort of four companies accompanied the finest traaes' display ever sSstossf ball________m THE CAKDINAL IN visit to mgton t> is an ican merchant marine Georfce Bullorh was app- represent the Atlanta rhamm of trade whw h coiivtue Oth to confer with tl1 of the national board of trade association _ at tJu in jwlu Amer- Itpate to> national uprtx a on i >ancil haslt. OK THE BALAX-E SHEET Finance Committee Apporlloni Money to Different e finance co iimittt.' of the go" competed !ta balance shett for the full committee p irtlcipatinj; in the -rt The meeting was warm and mncil Miss May Cheney iss a Dr Cheney has had all the necessary infor- Koffee's leeal marriage fur- OaT, January 14 V-Card, 1 sttzysz "ssSassMSs. _.. Rome, ana F; were met mTuon" "regarding Hoflee's legal Pi nca on account of the "la grippe Of 200 conductors, with the "ripe to Bremen, where he assures her of protection 138 were off duty at one time with CHICAGO have died Death from HyOrophotoia. ;ipal of Albion academ-v it ruvipn in Chattanooga, was fully cognizant of i the facts of Hoffee's courtship and marnage to known people rfter theu. marnage, and offered her his upon se- such a noble husband This young Bunyan indignantly denies, and pub- a statement exonerating himself, s friends here are prone to take his statement and to helieve that Hoffee has suc- ceeded in imposing some other person on Stoss Cheney as Kunyan Moss Cheney and her friends have the sympathy ol all our people. TELEGRAPH BREKTIZS. of Magdala, died yesterday from S boird of education, 1 t f r was present and areaed tM i jn or rejection_____ ens :d Mrs Hoffee declares her intention of twentv second con greL and called attent fact that the houne It that time voted to tbe members out of the contingent fund The real questionpresenting thecontingeiik itself now was not a question of technical jnoney toy reason their Tlie Tardy ii tirrow Jjiiecfupon, have responded, Gets a Now Trial, early nest week, tor the sonth and have his or to, remain snent regaruuug their mar- Kefnsed to Order an I the following, copied from letters CCilord. ff na other property of the Ivy City THEEB 1.B r of both armies at Gettysburg M k, In a street fight at Macon, last be newspawir editors, the cits the Truil of I Counterfeiting 3. a Milton coonty farmer ha- gajoUie battle was that tbe object of t ChattanoGJra. m. diaries Gammon, reaebed Colmabns, O I I fOT re an acnsas, who obtained a- NFWSPAPFR! NFWSPAPFR! ;

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