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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ATLANTA TITU T VOL- XXI. PRICE FIVE CENTS. KEEFSJACTICS. f 11LS TO HEX TIT I, DEMOCJt ITXC 1 AND SEES ALL THE REPUBLICANS. Hio-h Handed OotraKe by the Speafcer- tlie Count of -Votes, and Kullng to Suit the Party. January after the committee of the whole i h 1 idjourned bpeiier Reed gave in iln. n of high hauded methods m li place- no turnoil his back to tho and began gmziiii; re publicans introduction of bills Mr Bland e.f n appreciating the state of the ci.se ind adv in to the tptikcr- 1 in irnm. nt Mr 1'cod i, ,ti n and on the iv a v oco y lUicmctonv, L-I -t Mr Bland r.cd ,n and tho >pcr. cr counted tilt 'c- ,r rt.c.e'i 4 that the n. os e -e av In it t] L si cc tutors th it Mr 1, uid a- a LI t of lUle rs to count h, t Ti left ll tla, ust where I have always stood on this ques- jion THERE WILL BE NO KATIONAJC. ElECTIOV LAW It mav be marked down that this congress will pass no national election law that the south would object to The southern republic- ans are as bitterly opposed to such legislation as are the democrats Mr. Evart, arepnblican. member from the Asheville district oi North Carolina iaid today, in speaking of a. national election law JT.II "I am opposed to any snch thing and shall vote against it, as will other southern repnbhc- ms YV e are trying to build up a. white man s rcpubln-an party m the south, and the passage of any election law would drive away trom our par'y that class of white men who now vote with us on account of our principles of protection The passage of tho Blur hill aud a bill to repeal the m- turiial revenue law, will do more to build up tho republican party in the south than If these bills are not pasied, I am afraid N rrth Cirolma delegation will be solldlj noir.tie noxt time Our people are verv n in their demands for the passage of E W B HE TOUCHED AKD DIED DEAT1T FBOM TBItAJL SHOCK CAUSED BY THE SAGGING OF A WIRE. A Current of Klectrlclty Transmitted to an A wins Fost CoTiaes o. Sories of Accd- aents in Hew York. u> u 1 1 t I 1 t lih tin 1! p tl Mr Kit 1 th, 11 th.oM the mo.sc 1 state ltl.it th, .I.- under which h ii w ob 11 g trans 1 gl, tlie lice. S.SILJ ef U 111 li ".cTsion Hi n i turned Us 1 k mocratli. Slile- l 1 r, ,1 1 all 10- whc will, id ti intDilcn. 1 I- llur illowed the, hn si to ndjourn R D teeKl- lUMIKVlb-r1 natc, cinhmicd Colonel L CM ion as p, stuns cr at M icon I- tonight an 1 i' ,rei iratonsto u iv o tor Maco.i i i tiran'c his h( n 1 llcsivs hi1 want thanks to iH the go. d peoplo vvhi li I him ill his .litest lie will pr, I) M, hold within a eok i ubhi in members of the senate con the re'itions between this count. ila aro condoling a v c rj 1 ir. r bills hive been ii.ti. V uuniUr 1 in both lieu c r f f-ee i m" t 1 Mites The i 11 Itte e1 h l l t, rcciprocitv 1 1 it tliev wi u 1 he i 4 I" r M 11 it e if r, ip iiroj ose to i a e i- en line 1 is ittee the f n tl members, Ih 1 e! ublu in i i l cti ins s iu 3 w ant Lam la n t illow mill lice until imie-x ai U is ev thhll 1 11 ithl i'd 11 e 1 reutv. is n u aunev iti, n V 1 tiki nvn n i la's 1 ivt l.ee 11 1 1 J h U 1 tl 1 th, l initic hm 1 l el mi t nt ut n tih, Hi 11 t 'I i ts Mi H i' sihnriui l ml It is b. lie it 1 he is tl 1 ce- ol Secretai) 131 e nc I-.V1 01 UATI s Mi Carl ton r P ja'ie i'v i mimitte tci Uv c this UI i> l' i u 1 n of pr> his Ir m I JUe' t 111 t r t 'lies! Y I" Carl n SINS V, iM in-ton s 11: cmr 1 u which I the 4th of Much and pi map' thcciiv I tin mjlilh nisi, il o wick VM me rp... itilii. tl o fonrtl ftcil c ili.cs en S in iv It eh 1 Viir wl h 1 settii t Sin Uj Mi I letteis fi un Jll our the c, propi it n uid he "ill p the h u e TtlU CHANDLl.U'b He Monkeyed with tho Electlo: OmcorB In llorlda in 1870 siiiMiov Januarv the routine HSI of the morning Mr 1'as, addressed the n Ih, p.irac.rn.1. the prism. r l.tln-t! control of elections He hi .1 the l ll c, nditioi of things at the l the war the adopt, in 1 J th, rcpnl party of the tl.m measure, ol tha ,el I v which the w rk was turned ove ,lh i ri .1 cnts ,f the treeelmens hnr i, toll men "and The elf irt was to l.iillit up a southern annex to tl" 11 l.uiB nc v ami l to lie r ith all Hi, bind mil tli lltli, ks -lllfl I 't its jHiwer republic in part an ittniltw ti r ll n hmcrv thi owne, l t j he m.ide to seize tl 'tate- The j th, r.ono h I been i r It was wuplv .a matte r 1 cleet oil dsouthern stites t >pr wab increasing mivi hi st itcel tint 111 had me ind lefleis Mr nil 1 V e C hai ,11, i f ll, said hide nniil.ii citizens ot the south nesses c, n, crning p tu n and nil il-.t ncelMr lasio That sen-it ned of the char icter of s wh i hid c )mc north as v il.tieil, utragesm tint t ail -oiiictlimi, to s ey ah, ut w is one citizen ol no. irtl 1 11 Ml inguration t, l 11 O, 1C I to thoiv itltsslv .f the ,1 iv of tl e st it Ues The 1 l veil cnng his v otc in ,aBua- at 9o clock a man stopped his horse _in ntofF A store, eet, tied the animal to an awning post and utavvaj A few minutes later ched Ins nose to the iron post and lei 1 mto gutter like a log Thomas Da, son ran ie horse, but no sooner did he place nis fell TEACIM THE NAMES, IJOS FOBGJSBS EXPLAIN TSEIB Zlf- FAJUOVS WOKK- HALSTEAD AND HIS "CORKER" The Meeting of the TOlalns, and Sow tne Scheme IVas on the Stand Again. WASHTNOTOS, January 20 -The first witness today before the special house committee in- vestigating the Ohio ballot box Mayor Mosby, of Cincinnati He testified that he knew Wood, who came to him with letters of recommendation from repu __ _ .table busi- ness and continued to present such letters until the number was considerable These the mayor road, as he presented thena The chairman suggested that these letters might be put 111 without reading, but witness he would not like to go before the country iting a man who sat down been asked Witness and no qneons had gotten in as to what the gov emor w anted and had order. Witness' first ide was to Contact photogra- the have the names pinned and then have v__ phed for use, and finally abandoned that idea, and had Murray "knock it off' The Hall and TTood Ballot-Box company was to hav e a certain royalty, under the Ohio contract for each ballot-box used The Outcalt Ohio syndicate was to introduce the box inai syndicate has expired now James was not a stockholder in the eompony but had told witness he had been obliged to give up his ALLGOOD SHOT DEAD BJIOTBT- 1.4 A FRIGHTFUL TRAGEDY ROME. One Prominent Cit.ien An- ther The Full JOetails of the Act and a History of tlie satrsred and lay u e.eccrii' iiK'ie t iron rod extending from the awmng post to bmldmp and the full force of the elec-mc rrcntwos po.ss.ng down the iron post into insulitimi material ol the thoroughly saturated bv the was carried into rushc- 1 either bis was ground A lie re hid become Thebodjof .._ -_ e store and 1 the floor where it still .s awaiting the iction of the coroner Mr Siltz wa, onlj stunned He Ko.up, clothes and walked away tho horse killed It was ,t loose from the post lifted to feet, and driven off Dawscm was laborer and for several 5ears was a grave i-ermSt Georges cemetery He was a, and pov.erf.nl man weighing over JXJ ounds He was well and favorably known nd leave, a w ,fe and children There gre it xeitemeiit and indication m this citj J-i 1, ctric light wires, even when taut, are, on ly few ine-bes above the iron awning frames m jnt of the buildings DIVVSOVS HUAD STKUCK THE POST It seems that Daw son, m assisting th ,orso took hold of the headgear, and at once CO-MlIl ".ICATION CLT OFF. Trains on tho Pacific Allowed In- Ti legrnpli Wires Down. tnirvco Tanuarj 20-The snow tin w, st ami n, rthweit ib one of the moat col ihtiimrri rl Mtonlj has travel become I, n w, stern ,sn ns of tho Central a N i Hi, ml Hill, hut the felpgraih com} an rers anil every through wire tli of the si- r mte-s The only means are equal su go re last Saturday like a buffoon and fool to evidence So lie was allowed reading the letters One from Powell Crosley, Butter orth B law partner and in it Crosley spoke of ood as his fneiid Another w as from John imst-m, now county treasurer Owing to ese letters, and after an interview with in which Wood impressed him as eing capable, the mayor had determined to ppomt him smoke inspector ood filed this point, and the committea decide to supoena luui T This closed testimonv and Isilward was called He said he was a drafts- man One dav he saw Dav is ruling a paper (exhibit A) m IJavis was going to trace, names through a glass Witness udd him that was not a good v aj and showed him how to trace tluotigh a i aitr as they d) with bonds, taking McKinlov s name as a samp e Davibsaid bue thatMcKiiiley would nev er dcnj it as Ins sign itnre Dav ,s anted witness to complete the names but he declined to do it Davis explained that there- w is no harm in it that the paper was to be given to Goi emor Foraker Witness s lid the emor would know at once it was a torgcn THE TVOUI-D'sl-AIK COHMMITTEE Appointed by the Introduced in the House January speaker ap pointed the worlds fair coinuuttee as K 11. ws Messrs Caudler of Massaclnisctt. Hut of Illi of New Irani, of Missouri e f Illinois Hitch ofMissouil ilson, of V cst and How "MI- Oates of Uab-ima offered a resolution ..hen be met at the pi> ment of ap. i il dc l oslts In the sergeant J.I anrhe hms ar d resolutions were intro duced and referred TAXIVG THI' By Mr Butterworth of ohio-Detlnin{ 'options and futures and imposing taxc, on dealers The bill I rovide-s Ih it th. -r 1 options shall oeimdemiidto imar- tract or -iirrecinent made bj a partv o hi half such ceintr t or atrceuic nt is i hver to anothcrp utj at i future time of tho nature of farm product i sinli future time any of the .irtieie" J. ,ii.iiirs 1 a uix nve cent- per pound for each of lard or other hog products A cents per bnrt.el IB ton and othe, cereals -ed ii.to w ith a state- m wluse to de en; arti h s as he at ROME Oa January 211 [special Deforest Allgood, president of the iron faeU.rv one oC the wealthiest institutions e f Norm was shot and mstantlv killed at 8 o cl >ck thin evening bj Dr J B S II hues bis brothci- 111 law, and one of the mexst prominent aud popular of Georgia phvsu ian- Allgexxl had enerisl c-d ill will towards Holmes for some bus n, ss mam r- beiweenthem and had freq.iciith threale-iieil his life Holmes had av el M for jcars and wcut out of t, n to o el me etiiyr him todav ALLGOOD W V1TS FOK HOLMKS fr ,m Tr.on fae tory H ime on the cv i mug train and w nujel for Holmes in his othe-e door U dm, s 1. 1, i had had a vague warning sunlit to null his ofh o hv b ick sin e t-s Messrs Mi Kel 1, 11 aud Mltloik fnenlsefl'r H, lines, hau been hunting with h in iscKs i 11 s mi- u >c- K drew up in fr, nt f tho of fice VllRood advanced w tli el iw n i isU.l on Holmes i hi litter si >t ,K! tvM, witll his douh ebirre-lled slot (.un le 1 mill Inrlshot hoth sh >t-s taking eOe t tho nrst cutting tho ciroteil irte rv ind tin v ,-ni, and the sue ond breaking UK I, k complctclj. T1IK VI VI SH T- All fc 1 at l nrst t tin n In f ro-o. slilltrjingt, druv his I -t 1 Vh. h, m- r, veil the sic l i sh t he fell 01 lu- U e insuutlv ire 1 Holmes ox, 'i.niel I w is for e ,1 l do save m) own life I 1111 s s vnv S hunted me de wn and for the sikc of 1113 and my oc.il I h" to kill bin SVMl IT.IY WITH H, 1 VI KS Holmes immidiittlv suirenhr, 1 t> Hit oftieers, isre-tnv in his own apartim nut m cliargc of a elepntj sh, IT I he, g, uc-ral sentiment Agroi s that th, killing v. a-s cle-erly in si If-dcfi nse and ilth igh IK tli men "era lliLiurrc.it of sjmpathy issfouglv will, He lines AN 1- V K W ITSl ss -1 I Mr H 1! I'irks aniarreli fn.ndof bJlli pmtest.lh. n elj wis m ej, witness H formed by Mr, H.lmes herb.oll.or TV, nil s, k ailel it UI ill ha wife .l THI- VI, The- four Mon v di ui, l rdt sen it si He Con id heard as t the unus i- Ren it >r Teller intn 1 tl i Mont ma r, public It now appears that tl cons i til >n hell b. t- Air Idler the lattc i ch cf ntiv c 11 il s-FNATORS i set itors etc expected hen the rn li mills of the- is will le ntc.l to tl .rihle e mind t has bee urse pursued wlicn 1 the rre Initial t, re tucii arrival course as duo to c.n tho re lent am be ng sett f lu Uj in tin l 1st ml 1 it bv nl1 ng him this end he is I ikin j intig ill th s I i t h uddli it is me el Uic son it i i ntiiiil or will 1 tun, they ,1) n, n se n ito e 11 I'.stt His film M ml nil. wl cil creed The probilt iticTare that after man) an I pr )tra, ted c i mittce- me. tings, mil omo lengthy uid cxtitii'dibites tho s, nit, will muse il f the four senators thus mal n election ncctssaiy There one fiet recognized universally her, a, U is that tho Mont ma republicans electing these soiiators w ere earring on nothi short of a big bluff They had no idea tl the men elected would have any c ever occupviug seats m the upper congicss 'I hey loe ke-i upo the same light as tl, vngh the j were the- cauc noiiuiiiesof a partv in tho nimontj H thcv m-wlo this movement in all senoiisiu they would hive sent different me n Kv one here iecogni7es tho Moiitan i stc il in and it is not believ-od that th, re publK a., senators will care to go on red indorsing one of the w orst emlcivoi ngtooierc si If up in tho vvest gro Unite rest ill cncrvtlmiS l new is a rt in the I the be He will settle Ih s siblo t as erla n The arc hudlv hoping tl it t in re i f 1 hut at the san sc( h iw the repul li -e confess to their polit sion t, an> r hr mi h their electn 11 il as of the kind nine h lie li.nl giv ,i nt to the cTe-rk desk its nnl hshe'd in the New i these extracts lie said we incuts mel re pi rts on file in the Ixe which showed that It was H hunted VV is ,hnt cff fn'in roimnun lei with the execpti that still tnks feehl f of 1 isincss IS Islington and Orcnem are itlon with the entire one- little zigzag wire between Francisco and e groun- boo: Portland hen this wire goes down these two stiles will he further awav from 1 than I hina so f ir as tclegr ipliic e oin mication is cone, rnc.l as trains are not rnn- an, th, )w hlockade renders it iinposB. tcieKraph force to reach the scene of the ou.itv it was mil edbt-iteato berv issihle fur processes the driving hj me in Jelfersein Kcinso he was a re H! extracts skc tide in eruts Iron, his mtv I londa ol I  rk Till line M ntleell ion tin G unetvilic 1 lori Iw uikee s.entmel II i it ir cl'a-eo would i to win the i he did n LIIS u tions as these re asond v ,1 null, ion" tor the- g orth and McKmley Witness took .d thatif nied, the parer woutd prove as Campbell being exposeu, saVdd psed with the close of the last congress, and "other contract was being made Long after o election Wood still persisted that he dn't know whether the paper was a forgery HAtSTEAE'S "CORKKB Witness then told how, the fte la Advocate and h IH 1 the inliirin the t 0 nsider such M it w uid he ne-nt of the t nited ion of re the south nclcd OHT TRAINS HKMMKD IN I ist night eight west hound trams were snowed in and the prospect ot the road bi-mg opened m the next fortj eight hours is poor, as snow plow e ,nnot work through the freeing Ice and th force of shovel, rs is inadequate There are 150 ncnatwork 1 nt as the snow is seven feet deep o, a level mil fathomless in cuts the work of clear the track while the snow falls Is treinendou 1 .for On the Northern 1'ac.fic there is a cum etc snow I loi kadc At S.ssoiis near Monn vi.t-i oloni-1 Frod Crocker of the Souther north has been snowed i i a spc, ial Irani ana nope The Southern Paeilic r, a 1'icihc id pc Cllll i in s r Tin in V. n r 1 ise s.iilhc w uid not lullow tho senator ..Mw llin.sh.re through his ramblmgs fr mi 'scrapln ik but he express, d the hehef tl elect, .ns m t londa (ever the memorabl- were as lair as l eaciful New n 'land it w is not surprising that there were there- bee the nator (Chandlerl from that had not P" snou is-till Lainiil; ,s quiet as tlicv thl_ is Iij no me ins encouraging stVlLlll- SrOIlV! IN ST 1'vti .lammry 20 V heavy storm accom iicd liv a gile set in ahout 10 o clock last nig 1 a reirular blizzard is now raging through' the northwest As yet there has lieen no mtc of railroad trafno or telegraphic conmiu Availing h.gh winds has drifted it badlv iu the southwestern portion of the that ever tax C tv eulv rt- iii.ld, voted nun ite trag- m- oiliv that sh, feiroel idifluultj with an 1 vc i- on the look ,i t to relent it if'imsslbl! m.t VIlgK.I U the tn e- la the ev cning and n.lcav t p. him. out of his hostile intention and to soul, business milter ic-ccahlv >o, bj Ills, ale This sliall settle hid: way cr and awing hi s carriage was >od romarke 1 the eHnincd scoundrel now HB alvanccd to the door where he WM The difil. ulty has it-s i ngm in the af- -Whe hoard drlCmg tip the ussuo of notes on deposits of silver bullion Venuessee-To enlarge Lake Borgne outlet next blication of the paper at S w i going to1 publish Some one had remarked that he hail iiblisiTed a pretty good one that morning, and ialstead repheet that that paper was a OTgcry and had gone to tell how the pape a-iiu UJ.VJ ad been traced in Murray's oihce Governor Viraker had told the w itness not vo appoint unless he w.as found to be .1.good char- other members family chief stockholders difference from tho pohoy President Allgood of AHgood'a There was Home and mithodw ot ii'd'Holmes had expressed a different view p'casantly strun-and sensitive took up the idea that HoTnTw t, oust him from the pnvn- dmcv and in bis fi  on V sf 11 of tha i ITI linn r, 1 p! er ,r_ Ho 1 ular i almiit Tn rtir that exc-ite- ng among the-in. bv h.s herst ot full ot ahso- boo, he Mr D F Alljr late Judgo A T m in the cotton rranufaelnnng Tnon fu-t grew up rth of Homo an J th no o his f ithcr 1 o i 1 mauuf ictimng th manhood he wa.s r, ho a thorough mill ma ehareeof the mim ntuallv fall 1 i 1 d 1 v hi I nw bus n, s u lei te i n to -r U> takes must hoil Judge Allg died h him as a matter of man found himself I) f the ..-.rriordin.rv me .I.s on that occasion i.r i-.s, o s nd that charges had iK-en often m; and print; d and that th.s as the first tune that uur the senate adjourned Confirmed b> the Senate V.VASIIINC TOS I muar> Fecret session this afterno >n the s. ..ate c. nnrmed the follow -nati ns Collectors of 1, K.aufort b C r F Johnsoi PORTIOAI. "WILL SUBMIT, ,a.ll Try inti d Questi put in th paper' Witn hen d.d it first occur to you to tame of James E Campbell on the ud he would have to explain how Conciliate Public Opin- rt T1IK CAPITA! CaplaiuW W Broun who reached here >dav from New York left tonight for Maeon r Charles Beerman of the Kimball and hi_swift aro here on their return from iscw YMr Alex C King of Atlanta, spent today here tod M R B Uicke Mae on Oa HMB4RBASSIHG gOK THE EDITOK. By Mistake He Introduces Colored Man as His ,ivn O January 20-Yesterday, at Del- phos fourteen miles west of here, W S Knox editor of the Minerva News, was the victim of a horrid joke Knox was visiting Tanuarj 20 -Editors of papers puh listed in this cits have convoked a meeting to promote a scheme for obtaining subscription for the national defense The Portuguese pov eminent rinding the powers unwilling to mediate m the dispute between Portugal and England concerning territory in east Africa will submit to I-ord Salisbury a full demands under protest, wlule at the same time it will trv to conciliate Portuguese public opinion An attempt to increase the capital of tho I'ortu gueseMoLiubiaque company, from to S250 000 000 has failed. a Several thousand workmen met at different noints of rendezvous in this ot} this evening filling the air with patriotic cries ies converged at tlie offices of the January 20 -The Times Lisbon eorres- Mr" ifandall's family deny that the ac- tiqn on his part mdn ate s that he tears O nue. juoi. s tho an- I Dav enport formerly lived in Minerva, and s tuo aii- jn-eeting and surpnse expressed prpach of death On the 1 atthm JKnoj 'asked about" the progress Ve namel) were mter- LOOKTNO FOB. THE Mr Cogswell asked about the names pinned had had two papers (Mr Cogswell was looking for pin holes mMrhTurnef asked why Wood had had the imes of democrats put on Witness replied that he cared nothing about their names He wanted to make up a syndi of about twenty names he wanted a good A Jail Delivery in Illinois. OT-IVI v, 111 January 20 prisoners broke lau here last night by sawing through bare The work was done by Daniels and "lalnole two aafe crackers One of them, who he n-id h nade arted and dence men "r.T i y a. wdman heHlecided to return and pnf up to sheriff The others are all at large Tongbt at the Grave thirty men wounds the t---- would double the capacity i m process of ertction From bis earl} vouth Mr much at Rome and fr ,rn tin nn.t fnends He was a generous young man with engaging mannc bemjamanof affura h. 11 11 on fninds Hi ti ik a ll-r-lv li n si in loo and be with tlTe business inst.tutnms f tl e pUee as well as a real I state owner A- president ol :i rrninanv ho han- the 1 nem Sansuury li rSioS5 that the Portuguese .vernnient yesterday addressed a formal appeal the great perwcrs Spain's New Cabinet. hopeful and seems more cheerf il thai he has a d Mrs oavenport, allow me to introduce been for many months although ho is jet in >ou to mv brother m law, Mr Culp, of IJel- fore the session is over MK CAI.DI.KB 01 THE BLA1K BILL. member fSUWlclwJO u in the platform through which they drop Knox looked about and saw nding fullj thirty feet away and m amended that the appropnation for schools Battlefield oC CUcamanga. made without restnction, aud put under abso- January 20-Captain SanfordC lute control of the states as the landscnpt fund late of General Sheridan's staff, -was I shall favor it But if the bill puts our ie special duty on which he has schools under control of the federal govern- I eng3ged year conipila- ment and therebj makes mixed schools possi- tlon of an accurate map of the tie, I it. In other words, I stand J amauga. OT Gallon Senor geezer m.mster of finance Senor E! niinne. Admiral Romero, colonies, Senor f oT nublicatiOD Mr Turner asked who suggested the names Witness replied that Foraker had said ttat those Ohio men were in the syndicate he fforaker) wanted him to get some New and Michigan names, the other names rere thrown m tor filling and to make it non- partisan Could not say that one of the gen- tlemen named had anything to .do with the ballot-box business Mr Turner asked if he, a reputable citizen i good republican and a nne mechanic, would aper off on Governor Foraker as ?nu "SSfJi detraties yesterday Hurt. genuine Witne Foraker the quarters He Witness replied in the negative He gave IT to use in campaign head- iess) knew that if he used Ittr. A iio TESTBAI. S C January 20 J_Abotit 1 that way there would be a kick vere mttrnal mjunes He is resting easily, and note onsidered to he dangerously hurt. A Barn Burned at Trenton, Georgia. CHATTASOOOA. Tenn., January The bam of Mr. J. A. Bates, than the French exhibition Mil slanting a subsidr to the East African m, and bis Ttnbe the lew year, it "M, Miss Addle Allgood a erf Mr l Easry.of Gmles county fifth district ol irginu, died was bnmed last nlgnt, stock, which iwere saveo. Si.000. Xheflrawasmcendiary. hinted at, bat not Turner "That was said the witness Continuing, he said he thcraght the governor was the smartest man in tneT state, that he would shake that paper under Hntterworth a face and, without letting him see it, declare that he had his signature there to thecontract- He thooght the gcrvernor iyas smart to know how to use the- paper. He had told bun that he hod gotten what to "ffartted, but n >m hmond Jeterday of Bnghfs Three tHousaod shoemakers wn" "SZSSS in! actorily eettled. of William P Died on, and rap'dlj bmlt op a ver> e practice Mailer promise of marriage hiehwavDrigeis in course of con- and railroad (jarrouwu interested in the Chatta- rfUnDSOU WI1JCU utuji. iWSPAPEUI   

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