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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ANTA OL. XXL ATLANTA GA., JAHTTARY 23, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. A3D THE RULES. K Tfit HOT OVERRIDING ALL PRECEDENT Tli (hemp of the Kepi to Oust tlie Otlier Ct nteste-d J2 i in tho liotLse nf reprt is it prtHLiit tl'C tqual of vvhuli tin v iUn J'tnl sreunt i ilcnoimrert i il IKK i-it" AS tl P Utst upon im tav l Lvcrmflirtcrt UJ.OU t ur oiu rj Tliat the j lie t intH o[ fiiovuitl U i rmim.il ui n llicd s arbitrirj ttnlij i nlj si iircluiuiiAry .r an eiitii'HO a-s It Hi. is ovidt.ntlv g further Htre inline Scintor Qua> has t ikrti a hi U usi I iss mil n IV htn.ll c. inr-.. t bi imrsnol HL ii[ nt rt snh lit am! vi tl v n nifUil tl it he bt allowed to In Im ixirnbl in in tho ho -i-uli it "ill lie .hoight tliL li-st tin lumsc t> unriuc to pro rapture some of the votes of the contestees A number of the latter been approached and offered republican otes to have their seats provided they oted for Chicago as the site .foi the world s fair Mr I'eudletoii, of heeling "W Va it. said to be one of those appioacl ed to ould be a mistake for Mr any such promise, fm after the world's fair question is he would undoubtedly be left m the lurch Stewart's Prison Bill. IM ION J muar> [Special Stewart s federo.1 prison bill was under distil siomuailvall of the da> m the house cndmciit after uimndnuut wai however ind the bill was not Judge Stvvw tug: li id barge of the matter on the floor, ind in idc tbt speech. He said five I rp-sidonts md, two had tuontlc J stub, pusons H6 referred to the, fii tu n bet-, pen tlie federal and state autht ritios .ii> to the imjmfretiiCL.t of federal THE SAMOAK_TEE1TY. THF bElfATE MAJtES TBE XLaOTIJ.- TIOSS Pl'BLIC. ELAINE S LETTER TO THE PRESIDEHT The Matter Believes Tlicre Has Been an Hon oi-uble. Just and SetUement of the Questions In-rolved. January 2L> The senate to- dij 111 aec-et session, ed to mike puWro tho Samcnn treaty negotiated m Berlin last nng which has alreadj been published, and the j.rotocoK the result of each days TVI.K WTTS that a reason 1 i n pi li I O tl i the ult i 11 1 fir the nertsMty of 1 the bill He tlioii ihr-ncd tint some Mates had refused t- ir< e] t fedci il pr si'iu rs m thi-ir jails and I ci ilcnf .im.-, IU showed tliat takiug ontrs from a w I to a (old elunate for im i i soil m ut rmm 11 their he lltli It often pro tinted iltath il w is hirtnroua Iff stated th< of Xci ]iiiin IIIISOIIITS inlci tin present tohe 100 (100 hieh is the inteiost ill MO at four per i lit riiat J! 1 _tshltl s it up or to nuke to tlio a ul piooet d in this manner gu nv llK ilr-nbolue povvor until the ioii.tc-.lcii i IM. s li id been disposed of Then tht i 11 uould i sufliiiiit iiiijmiu nn a oi rules tl it mill to the io-' feiviiu' the n ij i initO'l. power and tnku g nu iv fiom H I ill rights i i h ink-, the n pi bh an pu-tv i nl.l tK II t smt thi 1 IM.lM-1 mil M il t "i tint will the ic ilnl on !l i t u h HIM) an 1 (utive 1'iiMilenl 11 imoiitod nlKi I i 1 tl mu ilon hn-.e loiliri who t 1 t iji 11 -.tu It a course if IK neili re 1 1 i i  1 K iiUv 1 i 1111 ltti.0 of till uhole to ill! M ulii inistrimi In riff bill iimlu tin L c lastliousi i isi i- vi ys TIII- c 1 v n howiver roi h f r him li in .ulj.ouilimc.iit calling; the avis [i s Of lOiirsi 11 i lit. in etats M ti i .11 i I i-ge iiumUi M ro absint b it All K 'n jiNtiiili-, tliin mOMiig ti ill piu u I i t) lie rut democratic attcnti n i li 1 (Kooil r i ibluan il.ii Mr 1 i oil .1 1 t hi- hist meeting of the committee i fit nn rn J here h e been ii_ U f rt btit Mr I 11 is e the nK in i mi iiln eiitpt Mr I'.aiidill 1 i i II li is been 1 It is puliblv i I e  n port tho rules Ttiv liouoor iiul-ilcncc in this hut will toniiriovv 1 at la to be done ami if it is the oum tl it Qi.iv} 3 plan 11 to be adopted tl en re Mill be a dcmotr-Ui i incus to de, i.'i n iplin of pniedure Vll tlic lend i rats f ivor makms i on inerytl nes np until rules ire a pt d In tl I Mill dill tO tO l II CtC by ref ising ti j 1 dcimnling i qin ruin until aro aloptid tl ink sil U fir I ei d to pet annul! this-, but [i ih i ans ire of opim I lo thi e nti ti> i in it Mill pretipitite i bitter ind v aud will probabH lead to the in ti mill tu n of a resolution bj son e democrat t i tl i i' that the speaker is unjust par i i i 1 partisan Of course such a refeo i ti in i i nut riss but it -nul goon re  an anxiotta desire to lire to the people of Samoa conditions ot a lieilthr, prosperous and cnllized life ond -ma tl tint, oth. l> ti r, 1 imp t! At of the bo the first instance k n 1 in tl c of the IIOUSL In ik utj of tho iU prograinim Com Jit a dcmoci itic senator hear 1 i coition between o of his rtptiblim sans the is a political ne en tireh It is sim pi j lu k id the demotr its int< bh (kui4 If slati n i id then try out to th. tint it is tho srathom brigadiers whr in the i dtfMri, tn i tho vi ir agan u I n I z the en i f legislation sinip 1 t 1 northtm repubbc-xMS mmplj i mune to an ly tic t the south ThoTT-ill itttmpt !i i il ind build up a nfu list lh lc Mte t ill 11 lanu nj 1 i use n' VUtr r th tl tin Mi hejti tine morn mmittee of f the oklah ma town onH niieii-iuain Im ilh adopti d Till1 col milt b !1 Is passed fiomlhei n nut re on In jrv II portrd a bill iillthurizini, th at ral an I L'IC feel t r tlu iiiteiiurM pun lui i two t bo 1 e iti 1 north mil u s, iithiith tlnru ninth deprn  le Pia ci i i'ei the pom Air 11 "man took an appeal Th lie -n n ol th speaker v, iTary of Kentui k-v mov cd that 111 hi list ml i n ittlL of the wh li f r the mirnose "if crasid. ni 0 tlie 1 ill This wis bound to protect the interests ol jtsowii citizens, and that the president hoped and believed UM the result of the consultation would be to prove th it it was not the wis-h of an) of the three gov- ernments to subordinate tao rights of the bomoans to the ixip-nciw of jrratpinK commerce or to tile ambition of territorial extension on tne part of anj of the troatj powers FURTHFK ITrSTRUCTIOVS TO The commissioners were also instructed that the conference was to be regarded as a continua- tion of the efforts already made, and not as the initiation of anew conference on anotlicr basis, inasmuch as the Vmted States could not adinit the conditions to liaie been changed bv WiJ sub- Kcqm nt occurrences In the south Tne sulneets us to wliieh the commissioners Jwere m stru.ua fell und.r five heads lirst were directed to ask the restoration of the status quo, in order to rem< 11 the disturbance caused the Inn iVilc intervention of (.ermans and the deporta tu n or Malietoa This was not to be an ultimitnm however, would close tho eonfcrciee becord Hie orsaniza- tnn ol a stable (rinemmental' for tlie mds.wlierebv native indenenqpnce ana aiitinomv fhoii'illanresirveil free from Uie con tiol in pr piimleratti-g influence of agrS foreign gov ernm! nt Third The adjuRtmentTSrbt land ilaims 1 mrtll Tile prohibition sole ,ol lire arms md alt iholic liquors I itth The qraes n ut the uumieipil ailminiMtiotion of a loreieii settlement miller tin reserv estra- tei nt. ri il rights flie si i ri tary j file pi cols i f the s< sessions herewith ou th ut adfl and mmcate i lie sin cis ly wW.h the vjeSra crDIBGsiiliS tncrecin result it in 1Jlie t tlie iintructianB  correspondenc-e I concluded that the thinking men ofthe nation are nussed almost sohdHonthe side of tariff reform mav be our ups and downs there i" no danger aa to the destmj of the party which absorbs the best brains, intelligence and honesty of the and the CUUM; which draws these to its support is sure of ultimate triumph I then said to Mr Cleveland that the democratic party was lilreadj pieparing for 1S02 and looking Forward to that campaign with and confidence and that tlie ttentiineiit virtually unanimous that he would be our leader "As to that' he replied it H tlic fjiiise and not per oual considerations that shouM concern 1 am so wpll situated nov, that if 1 consulted my own feelings I w m'd prefer to so ne one else take the lead Birt, said I no one else thought of among the democratic Men who the elc MEMOBY OF DAVIS. PASSES ON THE DEATH OF JEFFERSON DAVIS Several Kelics of tlie War Through WMch tlie Great Soldier Fought IHsplayed in the Balls of tlie Capitol. "Mis-9 January was no set-son of the Mississippi legislature to da> The house of representatives is beauttfullv oecorated ergrecns and crape mingling Mrt Davis is not here, on account of illness hut the committee brought from Beauvoir relics, the property of the ex chieftain s widow which are among the Among them are a life picture of Mr a confederate flag the bonnie blue flag the s-nord of Btwna white the sword of Lee stands bv clusters of oranges and from the Beaui olr garden. The programme a very elaborate one Judge Campbell, of the supreme court St iNon and General Sharpe, of the house, were the oni tors The following resolutions were adopted The senate and house of representatives of the state of Mississippi, assembled in joint convtni tion in memory of Jefferson Itavi" her illustrious citizen and public servant resolie to record of him that he to the public sen ice the greater part of a life made brilliant anfl memorable by the displaj of a high endowment of mind and spirit and was tempted In popularit} deviate ffcom the line or dutj that in the several promotions thron0h which he reached the highest grade of public em plojment he regarded each added honor not as -x reward, but as a demand bis for greater zeal and greater eflort to meet Buldter and the state sen ice of WT.LI.Pt-T OtT C The South Carolina tanner-' to Hold .1 Coa- vent ion. 5iur> C Januarv '-pecul W Shell president of the South .Carolina ho-., furnished tlw a three column t tlie of -xw th Carolina from the cxertrtne o the association wbuh will he pi to-4 nirtrmw and tlie opens 1 HI-L stutcineaC tliat rnr four Uie democnmt in the state has been deeplv agitated aii 1 been made at the secure and reform aud a r of the needs and rigbrs of the Thec'aim is then advanot d that tin nlk> sociat 011 organised in i element of the democr f irmer the r tliat lontrollmg the la c ]u Una s te ltjd of greater responsibilities That as commander he gave troops, and iu the tbe state and tbe Cnited States Ins acbievment reflected honor upon Mississippi, and loipartetl lustre and influence to his position Tliat he lored his state and to her behests absolute dience That the confldence admiration and af fectaon lum m suUi lull measure Iv tlie people of the south did not arise out of anv mis take or misconception of character but were founded upon tbe uoume knowledge of bis ex. cellence as shownboth.......' e emo mcntb of leadership dtvelop mpidJy and it a long tune till 1S92 Me uiiK kh roplir d It is not a matter of men but ofpnneiples It would a pity not to cacrv forward the tbe party has grandlj ui pa d thei e ought to no b randlj t until auKune ends aimed at arc compassed and the neojj'e are three harm n> ___ l> in at  of the pnm iples and purposes that its ranks teem with tho intelligent maiih ot the omit rv. that it enjoj" a complete monnpou of every American policy not merelj sectional or time _ _ THK AIKO AWEKICANS. b> a cltm XT-UK r It The fjnif lta-e come ttt sliow the pe what in toaccomplitjli tlieir aa-d n .ntea ais loiiict iieut th I'-B wh i a nl "re fttH governing tbe state Tlie fol i- m t atjii t Carolina has hit 1 a rial repi h- lican Since the dass uf the lord -a it lias IHX n an under the forms of i'( i if whenever a champ on ot has attempted to show them their nglits tin1  ro the wir Tlie iuta i ur i. ry li D led li ci-i-vteiL if i-itin Tm >np UA and the COIIIM.IIuent rctuni of neprro rule ha." fci'pt the iKHJple quiet and tht v have Mihimtrcd imposed hj HH rulitu tliL> drtadul t i ri k tiuth i n Cireat it cl itincd f n tli ui e ernmeut the 1 of those don x rat s ing with such lews called t im it in in tlie hall uf the hou. c of r prewt o at im 11 t> n nuiiia.te a t cke foremen it-tte officer m L, il wn t i IM pnt in the field fur i trtejeili n jl ta next, state diUKKritK i ubia, CKl and commends naiiie to fnliue gcnci. an example of all tliat is, elei ated ia human TEV HOL KS Tliev Will Present Tlieir President Toda> lanuarv po nted the National Atro An re-eiitlj. hold in Ch cagi to the exei utn c and congress a penti committee ap neriCTii I eagu-0 for tin1 enactment of Ipjp on to seeuio to the the relue tnati huan l the oi i ittt e of the om t Mr McCre nil tJ the muitue 1111 i ii i N rf i -ii n On n of Mr Cl in i c! Uii trim an -lUunilmcntfl-nalortirt for the pur ihtSLiif thr esiti diidcrt.it m f thiei build in the add tit nil one be located of tho Kock-, in Cim-, s (oiid se.ti n exclaiueU in tht 11 mut n ire for rnnient Mi -i 111 Ii nfNev offVred an amend tli. t oni ,jiall Ui'milNe'lViTt'-iii. minutai turod iiia.tij j utoi the I in rd --tatt- Kt ted Mr ofKtntutk% offered an amend ment tli U the shall n .t be vtrlt 1 utMile ot tho prison enclosure Ad Mr .111 n ork offered an amend mei t pr Idm tint thing manufactured j si, prison made i t f ik oftcred aineiidmeiit It i TMItt tl the 1 M. 11 nc tin h.n th the nent w lines I t U t _ emplmed ex uch i UPS foi fattun d %vitliout some length hese the iruuibar, spiiiola 1 t Virgin i i Urn kin nl >eot Tei and Moru it ulj. 111 tion then recuiTcd iconni nf tint the drm erat McKinle> Scnat n-- (lei the uleiuc 111 ti i i. of Smith Jack on piibe 1 x resolution to tonttsLeo This ib aliuitted t nt o[ Uie acts of partis insliip ti t lins occurre-d and Crisp is in a strong i-cport protesting tl c 1111 nfternoon when the C HUlUttt llll t U V, L4 tO Ulj nut 1 tlus momma; when the ideiice as to T il otos w as to be ciref illy c usido at tho meeting this momms I i nn Uowell of Illinois, announced that tno ommittee would not ture Lo bider the evidence This was a tit Ut meiiT in 1 utterly uiihoiru of >ot tuno eiiougli' extliimed of the dtmocratic meml'eis He should t-iki time and a mattei f thit, kind cannot be v t thnl otf hand We must coiiMdci Hit incuts of the C iiuniJu Routil did not agrto lie toi tpuin "1 tliat it uiint'cesharj to go OA ci tlio Itn in the first place and Hit re u. not tune to consider tho in ouhof Hie them 1 uudcrstootl that the chief utility of the notes of e> ulenre la> in their (oncisenesb fur reference, said Judge Cusp Mi Rowell in-iistcd there not enough tiiin am? t lesolutoii was piesented in I of UUM Unig Jmlato Jackson to make room f u the c >ii testa nt Smith Tho demo- crats pr ite-ted JiulsfC Cusp im.sLxa that it the rcsolut on were put to a ote the and iiavt should becilled This was hmilly done m tht nine repi lilican members-v in or of the tesohttion and the democrats .i0.Miist it The renorts vnll likely be mide to the house on ndv> There -nili be a hig fight this i> it meant the entering wedge to unseaL the majontv of the democrats -eats being contested The repub- lic ins will make i ?rand rallv The partv -whip will be vigorously wielded to get ill the Tepubh. in members in line and some ficice ucbates will undoubtedly occur The icpiibhcani, onij hope ib to increase their present majontj w hjch, is entirely too Bin ill for working purposes The} are anxious to do tins hut the contest for the ate of the fair dmding them The Chicago ____ supportej-s are tnnkuig efforts to exeoctne session YK ci" a'nd n >Ii McKinle> mmcd to adiourn winch luotin -Jt >0 u t lot k tecl a Ttay for Itft Consid- atioii VWIIN< r .N Jiniiarj 21 senate resumed t n--' Ui iti n i f the 1 ill that uas yes terdav the superintendent of theeensus to un whit percentage of people own their 1 inns tht ri mber nf larms under and the ainoiin there if n i- kept uj for nearlv two hours fxiniL v-er the questions of the tariff, of hi oi r i i due tn n ami steamship bub It ti< ipated in by Meters Teller Morrcll rt, numb 11 ,u oi the n weir IK Id v a.s 1( t.in e ot'' rin uij wo ild pp( ar to Ipavf M ra -151 'glt is  m whi< hthe-v in tn t mtnme tocnin jppeat to hai e a piat ti ai solu tion ot tlie matter Oiiwrond point the d mprr of preponderating influence on tliopait ol one of the three now tr" i olMittd taking the thief ad -visoi and juiln-e from a nentr il nation Tlie emu V Januarv a strict party te the house elections committee todaj decided lu report m favor of unseating Jackson demo eratic repre-sentati-v-e from West irginia, declar repulhcan contestant, entitled to a This is flrst nf the contested elec capes- which the committee has "r nacm pt oplo their rights under the constitution ar here t ouaroident fied, we hive the honor to inform we been appointed bj tbe executive committee of the National Afro American league, under inPtnic tionsol tlie national convention held in the t itj of Chicago the and 17th mats to peti tion the executive and congress for the enact ment ot sut h laws and the enforcement of those alreadj enacted as will eecure to us our as citizens guaranteed under the natlona.1 con-it itii tion and its amendments llecent outrages in the south and those committed against us in the discharge of our rights in tiie belection oi our national representatives at each succeeding election, arc becoming more appalling ana We are onK citizens in name Our will at the ballot box is completely thwarted and the result is an unjust representation given to our enemies to the great detriment of ourselves and tbe entire nation It cannot be denied that this is all unjn-t and destructU e of the aims intended by the supreme law of the land Tbe nation havi ig A Clmnge Route May Lo'ie Her the DPNMSH Col Tanuar> 22 -T B pas benger agent of the Union Parme at umlmght te a telegram that Xelhe Ulv would at Tnnidail Thursday morning T he-re she will t tUe a special tram over the e iiion Pacim f Council BhLffs via Denver At the Bluffs alie takes tlie Northwestern lor Chicago and it the Utter plii e will be turned er to the Michigan Central for fhis change brings her hj Denser instead of going east on the Santa I e from Trim dad aud vi .11 Iin about ten Fight Ovei a Site AI.SHN Tex Jamuirj 22 this morn.ng of a shootint- affair at J ns  site IT u Blamoto Johnson There an cti  men ends >11 IKS killed bcft re the affair KAII f in Jail C 22 our freedi politic nghts we ahnlmc; us _ ..ell as our civil and n but look t it as law The protection of tliat freedom and those rights by the enforcement of a repnblu-aii form of eminent m each state claiming to he eicn vet   harcc the dut es ot citizenship bin the present educational m the fcouth that cud can novel he attained negro men all brothers by the name ol hive been brought here fr jm the countv toivnsliip and lodged in jail They -rfemed to n working a hind of hoodoo bu-mcsa and had knnes and weapons of various and kmdh upon them Among tueae woapoi t was A lonp in strument with a tapcnnf; blado Tbej wf re taken before a and bound to t mrt Tliev were arrested on sufpicion of 1 cin-r hureurjua cliaracters ThP> had tried burv their t The Was a i-orper Itvitu H N C Januan weekE C of Feniis} miined at Heiidei-son N to a from Mississippi who had pdvertised for a husband the two having atrreed to meet there It was a brief and the honeMnoon hah come to a startling e id Dav iveut over to Oxford ind has been arrested there on a charge of 'orserj committed in Clarl Mile E Canada Was Not a Safe riace TOIIOVTO Can Jinuarj 22 wb came from CHrcnee Via to the effect tint Oeorpe A I-angataJT aped MX i r ]'a. c Kniinff of SHpenKor McMillan Near Bruna- T-WH K di Jinu irj pr ia 1 N McMillan r if the 1 r uu-w  anl ti m train No 3 hr-kiis tow anl lint u k aa tlretnin tiimotl a m a tin eighteenth mile- pus t tho engnicir a poll 11 short distance aliead reit r-c.l ihe i ml blew for brakes 'M MIHan wisou Uu fore most end of the Hrn car wliJ h was a flat Car and the s, were applied suddcnU to throw linn ou tlie tr-if-k The i i him, crushing the knee an I t, mlUlt U -I md aiikle mtc an bli-i] c lie as nk. n up. put in a berth in tlic n hit t r o eui t. Ur- Jlnnw x Tu k r IM! could tse done to Iif. e l it i All efforts proved f-Uile H- luicrprfH until o clock tonight and hi- tut i rfuniia the lio prated tint I -e. lila aud ehildrtn tml di tlh I r te-in) to tlie eyes of manj Il IH n f- ru to ToTilcs and pantb mml Irun No 3 Thc r tud m ab it miles th Ihe ex epti hilf at 1 iM HII i HIT ttiu tioi I i mile intl nt all T H r ara it a mile tud. also open from I'rijsiiect ut from Tuwlcs toTnicUc v nf i piei.p a inih md re tho sheds w  the liell Telephrne ompam lor which he wafl manaprer at HIP p'aee nanud He went bouth with an officer eveiung 4.C11CRS Clnb Loses 2 tins mornint, fire broke ou' at No G Barroupc -treet Bpread rapidly and in a few the upper floors of the four story 1 mldinp Mtuateil on the southwest eorner of Baronne and (anal utrectn occupied by the (hetkerand club in and the t ntire bmUinpr and eon tents were Boon deHmn  insiiran-'e TPire "Worlts Earned ST January extensive null and works of the Freeman Wire and Iron comnam located on St Clair avenue in east fct How the Iteport I oMios Tanuar> 22 has here in regard to the rep ri t lat tl c I of England had been a heaiy pure baser of siU er bullion and WAK outenij latmj, of pound noten rede In siH r is so -fx obtaim I bullion one eighth of a pennv I r nirco toda-v Tlie Bank of 1- jigUr d '.f di-count! rontinues at sir r cent f t  veas nd iiaj1- Tbe nr-t resulted jn yeas JJ, no quorum virtane was a call of acnaw -nlncti sho-wed iifty three vn.vf.ni lew ol tlieiu participated however Then Mr proposed that the votinp: be taken lv (in i-ii n bnt Mr who opposed the return nijttal and Albert th- hill a.s it Hie-cccnil voU ted Yeas 1C the transfer of aw d the bill and it heard onghtto gnarantec for tne future, that no white man could or would justify the lynenms wHK-u t that had orcnrred and that no tl e hrst one uoon wbieh argument was i could possibl> have bad a hand in it The negroes tue nrsi one upuu te f The-streets and by wavs fter talkms cr the case for a time the com nnttce decided that It would he useless to under take to dfcsec the taken as several days would lie consumed in the process, and the jnem immttee were well a. qiiaintert with the facts and legal points in> olved There will of course be two reporte wh ch it is expected will be to the house-tomorrow Jlr Dalzell will proliabU set forth the and Mr C w ill represent those of the imronty Ever. la Januarj the legislature A Settlement Seems Further Oft than 2 deadlock m ntmues and the election of T. nited States senator and the inauguration of the new democratic governor seem further off than ever Ho-w the two parties etacd vas sharply de lined in the lower honse this afternoon Ricnman, of Muscatine in a speech sjid the democrats riEht'5 demanded the bpeakership, becanse a ma lorin of voters were with them and would sustain the demand Mr Chase republican spoke in replv saving the republicans had a majority on manv (mestions, espenally prohibition, and the> prlSosed to stand together oar Irnitless ballots 5yere taken and the house adjourned tin tomorrow The senate adopted a 29to stopping the ImrJoductfon of bills until the legislature is folly _ Items From. LaJte City. of theXiilawJ are'cTxiwded with tbe emigrants and meirbyorjatnizers, anil are filled with tfaeir ef fects There are several agents representing the railroads, and it is probable that several thon sand negroeJ-tiinll leave the county wthm tbe neit ten 9 Tbe emigrants are mostly destined for Arkansas and >Iisaiasippi, Tbe white men seem, indifferent Two car loads of negroes left Fo- mono, in 3-Jewberry1 comity, today, for the west It 13 not improbable that ten. thousand negroes win emigrate from South Carolina this spring Thousands are going to Ixmiaiana All Qrriet at ApalACDJcola. Fla, Januarj vices from Apalachicola today state the city to be quiet Tbe troops from this cit> were dne at that point about 10 o clock tonigbt, having been met nv a special steamer this mornine at River Jonc- tfon The town is being guarded by tbe local militia, and every citizen Is armed It is nunorea that threats have been made bylsome of the negroes to burn tie town The ringleaders of the stnte wiD be arrested tomorrow when trouble may ensue, but the whites are prepared for any emer eency The negroes are not making any demon- stration They say thev intend to commit no wrone doing, oat will not return to worU tmtat theiraemands shall have been acceded to Tbe flan Works "Wen, FAIX RTVEB, Mass January 22 of a number of big mflls here have been. wa.tcliing the result of the profit-Bhartog experiment at tbe LAKE Cm Fla. Jannarv Bourne null, and ft is stated on good anthonty Large J-tre in NaeforuHe Tenn Lanuary dry eoods stores of I- Cohen Co and Green Co situated in the Hacks block burned tonight. The total loss, winch is nearly covered by insurance, is JC J lasting five months, the beei wid accented terms will start Friday, two next Tuesday two as soon as possible. Two Children Wed iiASHvn-LE, Teno January Hart acd Mies Annie were mar the Ixnusville and T-Tashnlle railroad todav Both tbe parties are under fifteen years of age Jt was a runaway lanu i >rin from N  Th' r" w a wideftpread minor that tbe pope niis-ippears to have Ijeen caioted by AH i nu-nial that he tn t health n received bis t Jani-an I H one of "the oldest and mrn prominent r .iint-of ttiisotv made an assigTimeni. i isolated3 largely of real estaie GRAPH BRf Mr Gladstone delivered an address .it Scotland, nijElit Brmd SJ5 000 four ,tnd a half" at 31 all A mail car on the Iron -Mountain railr wna dertrm-ed bv fire The thermometer at resis'ered three desrees yesterday m.ornint: Fx Senator RiddleberEer r dav His deatb is onl} a question Tbe joint session of the Mrtfnia ttire convened yesterday to KTIIXT- catonal contest- r oi a da> pmBBCBO, Jannarj An explosion of natu- ral 9-3O o'clock this morning com- pletely wrecked a street, near tiy. whom may die TChirty-eiaatli stree, n utler street killi oSTpersonalmost mstantiy.and senonslv wotmo'- mg eight others, one of whom may die His Son's Death Crazed HJm- Thomas Kai- ing lynched. -.a Mr. tfae IKIVV tlevsr'ment y, one of the best known terdav Hum the grippe Immediately after Ins .NFM'SPAPFRf a number of mills contemplate doing like- lather went into an aajoimng wise. for tfce incentive offered: feeepa the faelp from i-.in.! evemnc. and will Jiold a meeting Ui which every large mill has ite a party of Georgia Southern and Honda   

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