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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. THE FIGHT ON FOEAKER VUI HE IS TOO STRONG FOR THEM IN OHIO i Tin r< tnrc. Tl.eJ W nut to J'ut ail Knd to i Hi-Cam r W ill Have- to Hit. Time. ATLANTA, GA., JANUARY 2O, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. s 1 T 1" -CS1" l! v IK f  ft ot M i-oii x' i- if 1411 toM" r "mil l r Mum 1 i ik. i who M'l' v ,i i lui ll n fit ,irv I r.k.i on tl in tl i n lin nl i I 1ml ed Mr lkl r xx 1- rilhel lls ,1 ml niox. 1 Ills boh ir.uiil mix x i- mule disi 1 -sure lf.it in- j, stated therein, at the market price of silver, to be determined as prov ided in bet tlon 1. or such notes mav lie redeemed in gold com. at the option of the government provided, that upon the de- mand of the holder, bueli notes shall be redeemed in sliver dollars seitnm i Thai when Ihe market price of silver, as dt termmcd by the score tarv of tho trcosurv ill ex, eed one doll .r for S71 26 grains of pure silver, it-di ,11 be the dutv of the secretarv of the tn isin-i to refuse to ree. ivo deposits ufsilverbul- hnn for th. purposes of this act bi-ctiou 0 Tl.it it shall be lawful for the secre tarx uf the treomirj w 1th the approv al of tlie of th- 1 nited states, to tuspind, t. inponrily, the receipt of sllv. r liillmn lor trta-ury notes at am tune xvh, n h, is itisfli d that through coin tniiitnms or sixtulame nidnipu'ation, the niirket price of Bilxer is arbitiarx, nominal, or s. ,1, n 7 Th it the silver bullion deposited nil dtrths npn-btiifd hv tn i-urv notes which hue n ri.heined in goldcoin or III silver clol lirs max be mined into bl mil .id MI v l r dolHrs r inv thirdeiioniniition ot silver enin noxv all ,1 hv law lor the purl o-e of replacing the of'tin let of Fcbm ,rv entitled, Vn act to anthi riz, the coinage ol tin stand ml -liver dollar and to re-ton iti !irii tendil tint utir a.s requires the m.mthlj ninth ,-t and iHuif mil silxer elolUrs nt less Ih m sj win OKI ior in, n thin S4 OUO xvnlth of siK, i 1 ullinn l- hi r x ,t ill '1 n, Ihitanv L. un nr si, gm ir.ge arising fr i vi In, h mix b. exe, iiiiili r tl ii.xi-i ns 1 tl l-AI t sh.llle nunted tnr pud int, tin ti. ,-urx as i r.ix ided existing u in Tint the bulli m received uil.rlhi ,r. xisi, n- ofth t shall bo FUl.Jlt t I ,h r, ut-oft x, tmglixx and th, nf ns ,1 tin n n i. servi.e gox i ruing I m i ,lh .1- fie .lit" di tl in.: the amount nl -ilx.r, mull, d iii.'th. .mount uf ehari.es I ilin i nn if i ix l Itii, itle mi, nil rh.ti tn ni. ill tins it t-hill ho con II I t l r. x in Iln 1 i hi-. Il m to tine in x le nuuiri 1 tl-liver Hi lion for blibsld THE WEEK IN CONGRESS ISE SOI TJ1EKA QUESTIOtf WILI, BE TO THE FROST AOA.1S. TOPICS WHICH WILL BE TAKEN UP Senator Ingalls to Mate a Lively Speeeh- Mr. Tasco to Admis- sion of the Territories. V su 1 i sufli i.ut ti'C-rrv flit I- hi x 11 pr iirntid tu i-mx ni t otlie.xxise in TIIK INSII.l M 1 S h, r itmultl. intin -tine t" kn 'W b ut th. ui I, r gr uid i 1 f 1 i MIX it n H is s mplx i V, J i I l n H" rti ikn hiiinti f tl" r" ix i 1 11 ,t ,1 1 Ix '-.i it. r c K> J, r u 1 M.K.n X In ill.r xx.l.ls, 1 n-i 1, rith too sir ,114 x it" x i th. ml l us it ft-. i 1 t In _ i t sit -1 1 "illi 1, f t I r the Mi" r-lup ,t Oh., to ,1, I, m in In- p lit it 11 1 x, i H 1 u st 11 in f ii II hix. v tlitir l I l Ixxun h -It -tl mi" u, e- b i 1 I'" fwi tli" 'kL1 l m l, 11 t f l, 1 I Mir tn im- j, 1 I r.f M, 1.1.1 i, t 1th XX 111 Hit VKFII IS III xVIXIl II, Mgit tu in tin bill 1 1 ill 11 q A" fi e t _ t 11 l pi. 1 'till n >m "I I w U ikei dt r n 1 1 u i- 1 in Hi s 1 11 it t. 1 t ii- n tint 11 I (iiilltH sin toll de f v 1 pi ell ml to -upurt him 1 ,V r knnxxs ill tl, and he hki xx i-o kn, u- tin bint l I tins II >li II, is .stum xx U't now but 1 is file 1 s -i tint h si me H come, .M, t soim- the o.lu.s h, 1 thei ixes in x.rx d.eppohti Ugiixe.- In t' i me'.iuuio tl.o Oln Ii n. .ru- lie- euj xiug Hie fun, >n 11 tl i tin- light "ill the l irtj ill mill mill ISI 01 T 01 THF C .1M T Til, I'l.inoisg.n ,onl "f th' til mot At K I t I U IS 111. II, 1 I 1 1 "'I f, i 1 rei nl H in s U i- A i mm ill ,1 Hi it 1 'ho rumor to Hx ,x, i i u 1 lining tlK r.pul In m b< it i- u, n v llil x II, sux a lillt ,1, 1, l I l _ who .n. ki u n I i be tm luUmiti tern-x. .h the s H t irx of slite, iiid- cul mil, iv nt gixe it i- bis opinion tint Ml I i ne utiiid ,lt ixcrj c.rlx .1 ite toiuki 1m lii i i- i s gf nor tllx a-si lie 1 C IT the pi -ba bil lx f Mi II amo ,ei 1. ru g h s re- an n--t lliitho i-d -it'stu 1 xxilh liu p .In J tf Hie I 1 i "i-tl Ul si., n 1 h b It 1 Hit us vxit'i 11 ins 11 liixe b.en sli lined s n i 1 tlio i1 Hid txvo men liu of riln illv d iTn lit t, nil ii-o but th s in piitiiitiit, lic- Fi I, xvbi hr-r or nit Mr Plint dissei t- 1 Mb tint Mr Bl i n. s lie vllh is x i x 111 3I 1 1 ind b ng nl iti 'ii-  t bo surprise 1 at inv moment to reir if Mr 15 une s resignation He- Ins i i .1 -Ui-lic 1 for i long time, mill Inline it n i n 1 in the c ib net on ,u t omit t f his n Mr IV Ins no fuithei ol In .1 tmbit u ant! illhoujh I know nothing i I Ins muii ti n- I behove hi xxill let re It might b, vithii, i week uid vuii it mi0ht not lie txxo or three in mills It is but i Uu, U tlntnoiufomiltion 01, tins subj. t cm bo got from Air 151 line   of this ait are Tj'lV'l I it this 111 -1 ill take cflcet thirtx III VTH 01 MH. CHAI'MAV. ise Whicli u (M. 1. r ol tl.i it d HIM, Off ......iirx 1 Mr llrl min -lu iL i _i n r ll t tin I ml. it -uddiiilx 1 hi-ii-idiiii, ill till-, itx ltl ilotk Ihsui mil f ll tinlilill.itioii.il till knl i nxitdlx uiltti.k ol tin irrip H xx is l vxTn 1 I n ,llte xxith ,11 wh 1 ll xx lulu and Ins d, Hi, I. II xx ,1 lx .ft, r tint o Mr ill ti I.I n prod i d 1 dip nnpns si u ,1 mix he I 11. hid Km d ,iig r ,1 'x ill nix l little in n th'ii txxintx 1 in h. ur- mil In- ,b nh 1'" "f 1 km xi tint h x >lisl> l" His ,11 -p, mill Ipuuiss ,nd 1, 1 is-id ixx.x mini 1 ,1 1 v hi-xxilt Ml lutx l.tiitri 111 ll x, i-tl x ,1, I x uti li.dt, him ml wh hid x ,11, iln 1 n-tintlx. ill his ill Mill, r xx I .1 th. itt'ii x ineril I Iir T h n tl e n l in 1 !u wlm II ,t th, d- 1 MI., th-gicAter p in ut January southern qncstion, in v anous phases, will occups a large part of the time o( the senate during the comiii" week The feature of the week H Scnitor Ingalls's exposition of his views with ugird to the south and the political situation there It is Mr Ingalls s present intention to speak Tuesday Jlr I-.sco ot Florida, has announced lus intention to address tlio senate tomorrow on the i lews of tho proposed federal control of elections taken 111 the president s message liill- for the admission of vommg and for the oro-anii-ltioii of 1 territorial form of gov- ernment in Oklihoma, will be reported fax or ablv earlj in the week by the committee on emtories, and eulv action asked on them It is expected that the nominations, of Ihonru J Morgin, commissioner of Indian iffiirs and Di Dorche-ter, supciiuU iideut of he Indian si hool, w ill he t ikcii up in execu- tive session and disposed of during the week BUTOllF TIIK HOCSK Tho Oklihoma toxv u site bill is tho un- finished business befiro tho house, and is hkilj to be tiKcn up tomorrow after them troiluctioii of hills Thoio Ins alroadv boon much talk this bill, uid the indications are tint it will now bo pressed to a vote Ihe motion to tel onsidcr the v ote bj w Inch the hou-e i. fused to sanction the ropav merit of s il u les lost tin nigh the Silcott di fal, ittoii is still pending and will probal lj bo c illed up xxhenevcrit ippcars tint 'hcio la an opnor tmnlj torixei-t 1 1st de. isiou 'j he v iv s in 1 means committee is piopircd totinntstthi house to tike, up tlio idmiuuv- ti uixc ciistt nl 11, mil a- this i i me istire of gnit 1, iigth and tomplcMtv, it mav bo ex. ]ei ltd toon upj tin mention the hou-n for 1 number of dajs vvlioii it is undel cunsidei hhouhl thospr-iker li'pi. nt thl sdett com- miltec on tin xxtillsfui mix in th, week His prohibit, tl it tlitx will s, t odilj np.it back some pi m foi selet a sitt 1 x te of the house but until tins pi in t ikes more dell mte slnpe thin it Ins i' P" "it it is mil os sibleto pud it the tieitment th it it willie- leixe in tl e linn e- 1 he n, e >dc of rule- is also i possible sub Jietofd.bite ________ EN DEFENSE OF HIS DEAD WTFE. A Strange Tragedy Taken Place In Way- cross. Ga., January 19 [Special About 200 yards- from the Savannah, Florida and passenger depot stands a large two-story building, which is the property of the railroad company This building was naed as the hospital and morgue for the dead and injured from the Hurricane creek dis- aster, and was still fnrther made famous by today's tragedy The building is rented by Mrs Brown, and is used as a boarding house for railroad men C A Sledge is an engineer on the Savannah, Florida and road Last Monday Mrs Sledge died, and was boned on Tuesday afternoon The mother toft an infant son m the world without hfe Since the death of his wife, Mr Sledge has up housekeeping and taken quarters at the Brown house Sledge had run his engine all night, and at 9 o'clock, after break- fast, -n cut to Ins room for rest M'DONALD'3 KXIT During the morning young W B Donald- son night hostler in the railroad yard at this place, called at Sledge's room, and_itis AOSTA ISJDEAD. XIO! JEX-JKIXG OF SFJ.I1T DIES ITA.LT. THE EXCITEMENT IN PORTUGAL Belgian Soldiers In Readiness for Terrific Gale on tUe Insb Spanish Crisis. s III ill 7n id I n'.'V'.ri i I. M <.KO Tliiitj 1 ivo Tlion-liul t u olio i in lh tli whieh itlcrli h.l "1" n tlnus ior four nr v h is Mr tlirimin leivel i wile but nn Timiirv 11 nr Thonn, ,11 t in 1 hist Kn xxn lii.lv tn Hx I In it lint I 1 n- it thi- c mix in i tin In t 1 it Srptimbii ho 1 in. d limn N i th 11 MI i sivt. i n til iit-ind no L_r 1 1 e in ill ii in the c i-t ml di-f! t It is sin tliitliitni II 11 T 01 h ii- lelt tint dl-tiHt t nnke itiful.tfiil p.nuul-lrlv it 1 h, txxoiieirmi iiid lilts ft r e .sign-; fho ni _-r ,t iH.o il-'luti mud, ne, 11 t.ic Igints 1 I t the 1 l t xe ir Hi i was 01 Iv one man tlu x x ul blln K ami tint prearhoT N JIT tilt lil.o, i "'is nutx.ork tli  ON Till- STItri 1 >cSro fehot lliiii horn He Had JusiiHed. c.iiisvnii >s C riiimrv T 1st t limits. 1 k txxnn nun n mini isl, I n, mill I In, Woriniii intirid the si, 11 nl 1> 1 II, lin- .nil.i-tnv 1'oth vvirisoniow.il in toMeited n ,lu ligs, in, xx l u xxln, xx.n ,1, tin -t i- and xxas request lit, st p u, tin stnr Ix II 1 ill. on- of Hi. -ll -in. n 1 l X did I ut ret till, ,1 in l sh it xxlnl. -i n -t' xx ut ,1 nitride bome 1 ul Mr Ih rli- i un t .id tl nil lint to ent, r i_ in ash, did n t xi int them to do so Iln- -mint! t iituel'ieir mil th. J ll used Mr I h iile- i ewi it Hi X went nlf un ind ret inn il in k xx it- cai h xxith a r n I in hi- hind u, u. t stnlu h m xx hi, xx a nth r lirt d in the 11 ll ug to in u 111. in uid tluv eontmu.l nlviii .1115 I, ir 1 lin it u n m His time I nth i i- tlimkinj: the ,IT ur ended re his liism ninoii mi is 1 ,r is Sin ilkin s x, uthn 1-1 wlunhefctl mm Ins x mil and loss ol blioil in a lilt'e dit h f ,1 i r the I iviinii.r lie lav there until n I, tin km 1' indriink ,nte mpted tn st ind him hisliel ulnii hefeeblx mojiied 1 1111 shot, ilexxsnf the icaehort him M> 1 Ii irli wi nt it nice to the -l.rilT anil Mir UK d himself Iv whom In wish Igidmthe t tinnhnn t T h, mi r ]in 1 rt limn d l Vl r h iintide Ihe ilTiir n g.eallj hi I, led hi re l> liotll xx Inte mil llqik llr ,i inls Thoni to Go is, luin rx 10-The sexnitx third nil r- irx nf the Ann II in Col u I, 11- hi m th xlnirih nl the Covenant tl IB xi nn Kex llr Uauilm 1 1-tor of the ehllleh "lr TV Blvdon a negro from I ibcril mile an ad Ire-s m the e'ur-e uf xxhn h hi Slid h, re xv l- a ripiehv trowing cnnvietinn that the xx Inn mil liukru es eould not In e m lurminix He was ill fix r of the ret irn of thelilgioes to V n, He -p'kc ill I iben l-the gii.lt n sp.it I xxe--ern i ind ud th.it the negroes who h.id umie finni Auierlia xx ere exerting great ill nioxitn th n 11 ill i n 1 I ill. mis ind the lux, hi 1 Ntlillol rl, r 11 IX hud It n >xx 1 1 Ii ilix t 11 111' I 't t. 1 truiil.- dim x nil l tlou-indlli k-t'i'l nil 11 ullv.mv lilgn, SL. il nits w.stol Mi. _ll rii 11 1st milt iimti iilttuiilt t rt in "1 tl. n I... t. k-1 mil thi 1. line t" I trui-lirr, ,1 t 1 ill.l.i Tin iiilxxiv, utlnxxil.h 1 tmiiavviv Ii tl> llk' at this place, caneu ai supposed began dnnkmg He remained in the room all Saj until i o clock p m when the other inmate of the house T, ore aroused by the crack of a pistol breaking the otherwise stillness of the afternoon In a lexv minutes 30011- Donaldson staggered ont of Sledges loom ami started downstairs Meeting young Clements at the head of the stairtray, he ex- claimed My God, I'm shot Go tor the doctoi HE FdXI. ON HIB FACK Donaklson reached the bottom of the stairway, he fell on his face The Doctor reached him m ten examining the wound pronounced it mortal The ball v as from a thirty-two calibre Wesson, and entered tw o inches below the breast bone and m the pit of the stomach, and glanced dowmvird toward tho left Probing for the ball failed to discover it, and the opinion is it entered the cavitj of the stomach Donald- sou is uncousctou-s, and your correspondent could not get his antc-mprti m tatoment Ho stated, hoxvex or, before lifting ons  fUe days The municipal authorities w ill plaee a bust of the deceased in the capitol The duke of Aosta w as the second son of the late Victor Emanuel, and was at one time Cing of Spam, hut resigned the post On the aimal of King Humbert, at his brother a bedside Yesterday, the duke said "Yon see, Humbert, I alloue 1 imseif to bo tortured with ninodieb 111 order to be kept to die m >our aims The duke remained conscious to the last, encouraging his wife and SOILS, wlionilic.no ommended to the care of King Humbert K', the duke's own wish, the bod} will not he e.ii balmed There will be no Ivng in He and the lemains v. ill bo plieed in the famih tomb at Superga If tlicie hail been 1 state funeral, the German emperor would have been inv- ent ____ 1111 -II IN 1-01 M) HI.-VU. Tbe tnd of 11 putible Kow in TV il- iiiuiKloii 1, I rl. it C T 1 [special Croat ninii xxas in at.d it 11 bx the dis xirx nl the 1 mix, of Vx 1 1 r, n ill a deep r u! mid i ut exummtinn sh.mi d marls of xi ituce about the held lint there wen no null e it tiis tha> thi in m Ind hi. u 1 illed bx a tl nil All the ir n i tin s< ins, d l sn-pi, l, n of f nl pi ix 'xight 1. for. list th re xx is a tl inca a 1 eli-n l ut.il.lo h ns. 1 ,11 bj ne I- mini lack s, n xnthiu a few sqinr s f th, ut will n tin! bnilx xxis f untl lilt anil dan's .v.rein.ire nr 1 ss int vi. it d iiitl about midnight Inini, Juk-.ni eill.tl on txx pili.emen toipicll adis tnrl.in. e rill offict I s the h mil r iiutl T llrnxxn J 1 midijand alter II V-iti sen u, aiiuirrtl The men fought and arrested Mtis ami Hr ivvn cot avix rdav evening th, entire parlv in the hmse at the d ,n, e x, ire u re-ted thexxnman 1- ninia Jack son and J J (iiiadix xvh is a, i used of pre, ipitathig the .l.lhtultx In all then) xvere txxentx arre-ti d r xxnxx.sabtuttortvicarsof age and leax.sa xvil, and lour children its albo a married Protests from rortuprnl. Tisnov Jauuarx ag.m-t the lint ish ultimatum are dioplaietl on tlie t il le in I ho puhhe squares here and haxt been si n, 1 l.x m inx persons The meeting xxhn h xiis c ,11. 1 I r tndix llll mioe-is squire tn ir test against the ait m t thi Ixriti-hg xernnl n- pr.'xed i n i- Th, g, xerumcnt denies that eh -ngt in the cabinet are pending__________ Bivule.1 Into Banking Districts IOM.OS January 11 -Ho l.i ml 11 rient has issued a detrx dixidingth. into three hi nl ng dlstri t- and ]r x nc f ,r issue banks with a ol win in irovi rmncnt st orthern capitalists have jg, nus all over thd cmuitrx who are bujlng up all the poplar, eherrx and xxalnut thex i get anil Ar. paxing A v.rx g.ind price ior it fhei sax the, an goingto ti xit the timlier doxvn e rixer to Murprrv, V great nianx land oxx ners refuse to s. il thtlr timber Ihix sax th. tun. xxill 11 t b, Innp iK-f ire liiaehmerx will bnughther, and their timlier be utilized at h >ne There is a piece of laud near here xx Inch IK longs in MI-.S 1-Jiza Cox of Iiii, tiiaC h issonie fine timber >u It and will lie valua- ble souie time HI- M-xEar t I I VSII I- There is a ninuut-im ni e mil. Ii i lure known as Hell mountain nam. d r m it- i q i xxln h is supposed to be verx x I'nahl. It nick. ,ome of wide h i- the finest grm A (Told mine his rtisenx, n-d near here that is verj rn h I ut th, i- f m 1 t i I i n. t very gold. THE (1KKAT lifr OF m.lcli Havo Furnished Material for a Industry dtilllis O-i Ii ill irx ll i-x' It Ha3 been kunxxn ft r xeu- tint u nut n-c u tli- f gran- ite r ick lux x 1 1 j i-t tin ih fthi-citj hunts Tin e Is 1 r i It xx r, 11 f-irui o! Ii Iteet h r xxh j-i ,1 x 1 1 i 1 t, i uni- ties tl, sonic enter] n n_ man ur i 1 A i r La n-e as the base oi iiinninn, ills 1 ago atten i. n xx al i ,1 I Ili-rKOt, anil It h.g.ii I i he u-i I l lilt ill .1 M, ii-ixc v. I'tain s i-iutUn.l in ill. lit r n t xxod 1 uilttif this lock in I l' i i- i u-c 1 in building tin, liuh'ie si html-, f I iiinbiis 1 l-t sprin Mr B., h, r tins b, I of T >ek tn tbclimnl (To mine is >een se.i.. is verx nth 1 lit th. tr-'ld i- f m 1 t i I m t x good It a ,.ecuh ir i .lor and is supp. be. worth about tweutx p. r e. lit k -s than pure g the t t ntnl xxh l 1 a Urg, qtiu hire n-in_tl, r 1, t hilla-t t i mini r ad Irtigi I r, I- n rk 1 ll r k wh i h ui n I l.-tid If 1.x UK l 1 x.r i n- of mil will 11 tx r 1 .1- hid b. on up n, l the ril r l, It r n t ir ngll null Ihe ma, In l I 1, nil nil g kis.f millions. -r, xxitl, h 1 1-r jurt l the ft J f tht tl, r I x til. n u bine f Til ill's il, ad t.. t x, mil, bu i of e (ri-1 r II, x ara h, ,1 1 i 1 II xvhl, h. is t thr iiiinii h 1 'x nn th, i ii i "life the e of It. st Provided B, ssi is Jmnrx Le I H nited sum rfm .11-5 s, Hi. nt 'or e t 11 miaiidani the wbl.b Mr., in eM I ail 1 luedie a tr it ne mcd of lust He 1A Vradx h is been tr ilifll ited to ll elirmlri-t tin rl i n I e it It, olvtil Uiit the 1 hi Kappa lotj rccng I, in hisd, ithainnmiloiliu llv that eail he liti.il, .1 tit n i s, l tlon Ii it f nrthi r Ii-.lv ,1 his.I, nh this -nciotx l.-esa in, r xxh ha-.xer been a stall, h suppoi ter of heimt, rc-t the bright.-t star In her R'l'vyof fun, th s a xa'iied trustee anil xx.irthx iiieinberfii h l ll in.lncnrl, tlie st ite a eltizen of Ml iti." th, smith ll, r gr 1.   of Uu i -i ith a il 1% tlihik ronl 1 1 in was .1 I bill Its 0-.SI- "i'r-'i th i 1 .r un It la n, xt to mi ,s- hie to xv rk hit Is n, around tho i u, keep it u. k 1 .ck i ,011. now, ut all that will be r' in, .led in tlni. AN th Uo uoM BIT A THIS. TKL4.SLUY The Teit of tlic Bill 1'roparcd by Socrelliy Indom. WASHINGTON Jiumrx; The following is the (f tht b 11 pitiircd In Scciotu} ui lorn for present u iito.oumess, authori7_ uir the issue of tiovsmi nates on deposits 01 siH rhulHon m acoi.nl.imo with the plan nr o .1 in his rt p. it to n-cress I it eiiutedl.v tl-c sen-it, mil house of repre .1 x. s of the 1 lilted it. s in o. J" 1 .1 tbiniu miiir. I silxfr! the pro cl i I mines of the- I lilted '-tius or.f.'ie sin It dor Itln din the i_mwd-.tiMS max de n.-il the sum it in; e.mige mint or it an> (Rue m the! nit, ,1-siUsthitthe secretarj of th. n ix d.-ip-nite indie, eixi' there a It. rt'jetr i-urx n u-Ri r.inilU r pi >vided for i, il jt-thedlte ltd. P sit to the net x due o tich .tthe liiuket pnee su.h p'ice t.i b, el uini ledbx 111. -e r, tarv of them asm 1 uude the ,Us iiidrigulitimsireseribcd upon TH i rut in trit, Bilxer m.rkets of the xvorhl, but no deii >-it eon-istmg in xxuolo or inpirt. 1 slli.rliulli m. 1 tnrei-n bi.xer coins im- r, t.d into this, ouutrj nr 1 rs resiiltiris from iii.lt dor rctmed Ion i i .in- shall be re- o, x d und. r the prox i-ion-ul tt i- uf si, ti n J Th.xt tlu se.ie'ux ol the treasury Shi 1 lii-e to he pn-paroiljtii isiirx notes in sufh am ts as miy be j-eipnied -or the purpo-B of il ix, etl.in ind m-mil form mil dtnoinl nati he- n, IX pic-enl e 1'roxid, d. tint no rtrt -I Ulli-ot euuuiiiiuiti.il less thill one nor ji i, Ui in one tun i-in.l doll-rb s n >i i Tint the note- i-sucd under this act sh 1, 1 e n.eiv ille t. r n-toiiib taxes and all pub Ii, hit- and xxheu reteixed into the treasurj may lei ind sui h n.iU when held b) any HIM mil, liking shad bo counted as nil uf its laxvful le-trxe StUim4 Ih-t notes i--ued under the provis- ions ol this let shall be red. eined upou demand at the isury of tiic I nited states, or at the omeo of treasurer of the United States, by the ol certine ite of deposits for the sum of n is i resented paxible at one of the mints ot the Luited Sutcs, in an amount of B Ix er ljulhon equal In value, on the of said certificate, to the number of dollars ouel of Their Oarsman. --X-, ll XMI-I ,1 J.nu.rj Advices frt m Anstrilia 1 v the steamer -xlartcopa, favs the fnneril Hcnrv S Kirle. the ehampinn oarsnnn t.K.U place Sx lnc> Dci-emlie, 14th The ceienionvxxa-witnessed b> full) "0000 pe, pie rh.mavirand aldtimin and a deputation of members of parlnment formed put of the pro cession xxhieli was one ni the longest of Its kind i-x.rseeiiin sxdnrx fll-ri m xxei, interred ,1 M u I c u, Flu r, ,s a m, x ement on foot to erect a monument to his rx The Uamages AUowed. w v. OKK, Jaunarv 11 -The jury in the suit of Miss Caroline Can, mm against (lemen- Muller for 000 for breach of i roVnise, todax attended the npemng nf tHe.r seal, d ver.Hct mthe supreme rmirt Ibex f. urnl the plaintifl-m the sum of Vl Olio riiisviidnt xxiis iciebed on Saturday iiiubt after deliberation nf trie and a half hnurs denied0 ii'i'l tin motion of the plan-tiit for allow.mces granted Tlie Wron? T-iglit Shown. CINCINNATI January 10 cau-e of ti o ills aster tithe r.lend lie accommodation last night Operator 140 was ordered to show a red light to tram 31 to indicate that the track was F.nt It Cause.) No iid of Trouble and a Pe- culuir Suit at Law. HIFIVIO, N Y Tauuarv Miciia loxx-ki vs T, liu "W i-mewski is the title of a suit noxv in proTess in court heic before Halt h ami a jnrv The trouble original! d a sill) unpretending everyday goose Ihe di feud int owned the alleged dangerous bird, and cliuiis that the son nf the pl.amtiil injured its leg xvhen the dcti n lant x isited the pl-uiitiit to ask her th it she p ix fnr the damage clone It is illegcd Mrs Mich uowt-ki fell upon him and lj xxithist. ne co poii im beat him knocking him out fulnna claims that the ox, er of the go.se u'ed vio cut and abusixe iS.pnge to her w.iidmg up with an assault She in, xx ifcks SI OOO damipes Tlie poo-e was hriuight into the court room this mor nmg Ind Tseeme.T like a well behaved goose till the i curt opened when she began a senes of flips ind quacks that nude thlnm lixely for some time mu.hto Ihe amusement of the many spec- The ase is a peculiar one and a long trial Is Used Upon nn Albany Policeman with Terrible I- f feet. AIBANI, Ga, January 11 ]-1 ester dij John A Faulkner i well to do young mm of Alipaha, came up to Mhmx to pure base some land Irnm Joseph Llhs of Mitchell cnuntx He transacted his business, and lait night hceame mt.txicated and made some disturhince at IS ittnm He came up to itroad street, and com loudlx in front of Kiex e's store Ofluer JameSW Kemp stepped up behmd him and plae. d his hand nn his right shouldor I- aulkner had a murderous knife in Tub baud The of the Mowcifui engine do-shed along to eat-mtrophe Foor of the Crew Drowned. VlCKSBl na, Miss January 19 -The and Tallahatehie Transportation companj 's steamboat, ivatie Rohhins, collided last night with a barge towed bv the Josie Harkins, from Sunflower river for this place The barge sunk with her load of three thousand sacks of seed and thirty bak-s of Stton Thrhuil of the Kobhins was crujhed, sank to her hurricane deck. Four her crew were drowned. _ ONE MII.1JIO> DOLLARS For the Establishment of a National Baptist TjnHersity. Omoioo January 19 xvas announced this v enlne that Ml Marshall Fie'd has supplied a ,te for the proposed nexv llapt.bt universitv He has dnue it bx donating for the purp ten acres of land, vilued at The tract is m the southern nortion of the citv, and fronts on Fills avenue, between f fifth and E ghty-sexenth streets Mr Held a gift nils the last of tne re- quirements of the, originator of thenmxersity pro- the um- suv ou comSou tint 000 should be r.l ind that none ot the totil.sl should 5 used purpose of a -ite The vilue of Mr Held sland together with the monev a Irea dy rnsed more than eompletc- the Si it however to consider it as no part of thit sum, but to complete the round amount, re- gardless of the i ic'd donation Fire In Chattanoofra, Januarv 10 fire occurred here tonight that destroxed the building formerly occupied by Hughe s planing mill, a large frame structure 60x150, three stories high. Four cot- tages and a two story residence and several small shanties were burned. There were about feet of Inmber in the vard The mam building was beta? fitted up by the CnaUanooga Stove company blade vxas full} four inches long PLL.SJGFD INTO HIM In his drunken furj without knowing who had touched him, he turned suddeulv around and buried his knife in the policeman The blade entered two inches above the naxe! I going its whole length, and, icrforatod the left lobe of bis liver The jaws of the kmfe were imprinted on the shirt 1-aiilktier was seized by John waks and V, illis Watson, colored, and humed off to jail Mr Kemp was taken home on a mat treis IMr Kemp of a vigorous constitution and survive his terrible wound, which is not necessarilv fatal He has been for many jcars a city officer, and up to list vear, was 1 nited States marshal, which office he resigned Faulkner be- longs to a large firr-ilj- of Berien county, and is well connected, a son m-lawofMr Nugent, a prominent farmer of that county A NEW PREACHER CALLED. Rev. Dr. J. T. Flunkett, of Detroit, Called to AtrorsTA, Oa January 10 tSpeeial As fore- to'd m last Sunday s special, the First Presbyter- ian chnrch ,n this city todav called aa their pas- tor Rsv Dr J T Plunkett. of Detroit, who is down here for his heal th He resigned his charEe m Detroit because his health would not permit him to live m that climate, but the cuurcb de- clined to accept his resignation until he should iiotifv them of his Improved health and installa- tion in a new charge In the they give him leave of absence and continue ms salary Itehas been a guest of tie Hob-1 Bonair, and has been greatly improved by his stav here THe Presbyterian chimb, in which he has preached a number of times bmce here, is greatly delighted with l..m, and has strong hopes of nis acceptance. _ _ Fire In Dalton. PALTO-v, Ga., Jannarv 13 The store of J L- fcmith was gutted by fire last night. The alarm was turned in about 1 o'clock, when the roof was falling In, and the fire had obtained too good headway to be put out. The fire department responded immediately, and were soon on the rooFwith several streams of water, and aftsr hard work extmgnisned tbe blaze, but not until all the roods, counters, etc, had been so scorched Is to ruin them. about Ho Gives I p tho Job 111" I'l't'ii'i'm .1 le't I'T'nnil T-li Hi. i. t X 1 liri-tiui re, ,11. d -agasta vvh has undertaken to t Tl.eHuii..- S.in.l.lx.l 6U nedeiTm qurn. I U" l-.l-sl. i> U M I I IS" Knpl.lly -s.niiMB Us JunilliJ re bTturd'i'x 'p-llss B si md s h i f ss tie ,'Ciiils oil her b, ing alile to c.itoh the -I uc r of the Transatlintiquc. co npanj fr MM II ix r, As she will arrive 111 tl, it por- s, ral hoi rs afti r the steamer s scludilo u uc  I.GEO SHOT DOWN. Deputy Sheriff Blssenger Has a Lively Tilt. CHABlxyrrn, N C, January DeputySbenffFM Bissengcr, of this countv had a very remarkable espertence lato last night He had arrested. Anderson desperaw neirro and was brmcme him to Charlotte Vj jailed Soon Lend t.tixilj lo of >v iicRlnirn AVTMSSBOB.' J ui" irx 1" nl All .nterplisng t vxn oi -Km mil, I tints, maiimuil ship ,t f Llitc, u and tvxeiiU tbou 1, .U s f l ,n v. ill tha chartered rank of a e tv buoh is boro, inn snc Tils ne t-r had ..Ilk II' >rt3 haxe hoen made lint ills. n, Hxll, 1 irgor it italists here on [In id, il it 11 i uger percintagi, cm] be n 1 1C n tno 1 i-n orTiy taking a mr rig .g. ml g -Is nn timo pmes- On, u i kind rpnstng In. n h lilt h  s, ,n Tl isv illL.ii th. r n lit- mtx tod si.nnt I, s r, nt nuto- u ull pe-r as 10 i-h. u- wlun lit h is h, t II P ix" g l" in r n HI I, l taga Midi an n t'1'" u I it tin l Km It an 1 t, doing Mil, Small J.uterprlncn i.r.iv. mg I J> All r Ikfl Hj VNI HIM n i l- I ul 1 ial j ior-vil. h. a 1 r .1 ,1 rpnse, ,r I v I i I t II u- z. n- al I i I ir r xin i.Ji n i r .apit.lof SI" 111, c. Ill n.ii the mo t IIX It M. or f tli, !Vl. in.r and 'll if llin. 1.1 ,1.x-. ,l.rtj-ri 11 I EisseSger drew his piitol, placmg it thebroast of hw assailant fired twiee Tbe hii breast each time he nred ABloalcHoase. Ga., Januaryl9 }-Mr Hale, of Athens, rented a storeroom froui. Sr. M. L. Ricnter, and. wifl open aflrat-claM muste lumsesoon. Reai-d From, Ca <-fH"   Ir-v andMonnt Vem m nalr dr-feS a la- n< n- tuitms three Ji fr its un i f to earn m y J" 1U, building a fine Kt railroaadoea its o J Timber town riot there. KWSPAPLR iWSPAPLRl   

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