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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               RICK FIVE CENTS. THE STRIFE. S20 01 'CY 0> laL Rt ri i" S TACTICS TO BE ADOPTED Ive-ceiv Infr Confrratuljxtions FfcTION. Tlie mimittee rjstenine to the Propositions foi the Worl.l s Tuir bite, M.TI Tanuarv was an t tb i ro rat tetl struggle i i the house commit ti i n the w irltl s fair vesterdav, out of w hiele tin r'c. part} came outv .etorious The 1 uogm as   tc rti re seiitativeh of ollt t ins suirendtiing then piospeeta t n.. in Ib >tpo rimuie I vein. 11 ,P V siitf tl at Mr Springer it i t i g tl e t e-piiimitteo with delay i t iy ti wait fifteen days if the mi Til SIM 1 i milhtii dollars a ehiv u nil if tin U_isl.um letodfavorahlv upon ml 1 nt Mr Itowde 11 h.d lust p. I ami Mr HiUb ami her n iiiuUet was still faicl It i il t i iiimittei to expect it to 1 si import mt mittcr until It v t it ac jiiimte I with tin i inn il of tho committee i an opptut mltv 1 1 a I is l member of tho com n i f lirs au 1 pen timuy t sibie I bi I t to rei >it t 1 i e md tint, sh ill n't bt f tl I i lit I v violdiiig to the de 0 iv h i o) It w 's piopei til hat the h use silt uld li i lo that n t' 1 l fan bift re ail it t iipt was nvtl tc Othe wise at ei iiain ng 1 il iti n s might sucici d in defeat nxii piopo il on and there would be f, i i ENCOITNTFBZNG THE GALES Incoming essels Kepojrt a 1 ery Roogli 'Ex- perience at Soa. B09TO'.. Jannarj 26 steamer Howick, from.Messina, acnved in tlus port today She reports that from the 22d until reaching port she e-cpenenced a succession of terrific WFt.TWORTH CotjRTHoesF ISortli Car- olina, lam ary -f> ]-The Cora Mor- ris trial is Hearing an end T ho case will go to tin jury some time tomorrow and a verdict will ikely be reached before night Judge Meriiman tried his level best to close out the case last i ight He d tl not adjourn court until the town clcck peihd forth the twelve strokes ushering in the S'bbath It had boon partiallj among the law v ers to omit some of the speeches and allow the judge to ehaige the jury at 12 o clock, but it see th it tho dtfenco had sudtle ilv become alarmed and deeme I it necessiirj to get m oven TI orel to the jnrv possible Two more Butt lies will be made by the defcni e tomcr- DV, ami tho prosecution w ill again address tbe jury It was decided lato vestcrelay afternoon not to examine about twenty witnesses who had hem summoned thinking tho coso cmld be rushed through last night Sill Mrs Moms the defendant di 1 not go on the witness stun! Tie le'o ise introduced no testimony at ill there s emed to be'a ircvailmg sentiment that the delenda.lt would hojoiid a qnst on of dm b' be ac I quitted 1ml ami e the speeches of Solicitor I Stttlo and the other prosee iitini, attorm jb the sont.im.it is now elm igingct iisidcrably and a mistr-al is looked for No white woiian w ut evoruiiv tied of icapltil ciim m t' is state, an 1 it is not rea.soiiablotiev.pii. Mis Mepins to be the hist But it is well tint she is ,rvous mil it is slit 1 bl c is r sprang up from northwest, accompanied 5 very rough sea, during which the steamer had her decks contmnall} flooded with wafer During that night it blew a perfect huiaicane with a fearful sea running Tlie waves earned away the upper bridge, broke low er bntlge rails w ashed aw aj the and swei t everj thing movable from the decks The engine-roc m skj light was broken in and two men at tho wheel were thrown to the deck with great force but w ere not injured They managed to get on the wheel on their hands and knees in time to save themselves from being washed overboard an 1 save the ship from fallmgof in a trough of the Bta 1 he gale cont lined with unal atod fui-j mull the morning of .'W At 1 o clock on the inorniu of 2M a tremendous soa can e ov er the stern which Uteral'v shattered the cabin skv light and Hooded the cihm and berths Ol KOTOWS, Jiniirj 20 wcsterl} hiiriicaio -iiov prei ailing here is of unpre- cedented sevcntj The sea has caused much to the town A m.mbei of sin ill ci-ifts have been swamped Outward booi d line steamers report feaiful weather lush channel tin bark Si How fiom i eiicoimteicd hunicane-s for ton days and her first mate by drowning Januarj bark Crown has returned to PI ollth In the Janet She rp SHOT AT THE BISHOP. EX.11TE2LEST A DURING CONFIRMATION SERVICES A I otmg Moo Bis.cs from His Seat and Fires His Revolver at the CrauU Statement. ANI> Ail has returned to PHinollth e rp ipoits two of hei crow oierboard and drowned riio steamer 1 o-kshire, at Intrpool from -nai flood, d She had her bribes di tn yed and sustain d oilier damages Three sc imen t-ere blown Iro u the rigging and tn o drowned Mcni.i strait in Walel is rendered impassi- ble bj the furj of the Rales Man, siilorshiie hem swept oierboard and drovvmd ine puaie at Sandgate is partiallj destroy 1 The ship Irev, bound from Greeiiock for Kio ied hriettj uiging p ompt rcj ibl r in i iiicu1 i ti it tin 1 i H t i 1 m t ho m w c It se eailv in tl o wetk pisbib v s 1 irm moil i ucsdav II d v ill h iv c 'o be pr nted 1 win h woi H n ts 1 i tl c iisidrral oil f v el lo tin til lu It 1 s I itii am ounce I how i 111. ton nil t n ti i s will 01 ill i p tl o i i if n th I mm tl i louith il _ n i ill as tin do n nts 1 ivedci in 1 i 10 turn t it-sis t( tbe utirsttlie 11 t f inv i It. ti u i LSO nut 1 Hit i i i e ji ti ie f riiN s f i its u ittvimu nl i 11 11 T i n is n P bus 1 b. 1 i Hie li PUS. The OKI ihoiu i lull nd idiini lint m 1 ill I f u d t ml until r lies IK i i is ins wi h maj be pi se 1 III Ji Hie (hs'-icticiiary rec guilin sj tii 11 of members having them in Mr P ml u th light that ho bid ill the in f ni. n i i s u n- his guidance md to l i it. lee itagoiiiii ho rinse 1 on vt 1 is a uibsnlute f pr the re mini! it the spnnsir ri ilu for l b il ot m tin hu i ti rm in i ail >wlv est I cd r 11 i t II i V o! Iho v Ptc if it bid i u md Inue 11 suited m i tie ..suitiif Ins e ibting tho tltllm, ins i t i s iiointu I 1 bn who ,1, uf v ilked m ea-st I is veto n u i I the i Innrm m d er ll t nt essit of vttn in tbo ma j itv tl Nt i i picsseil ur action up n the n itwt s 11 port mil it was idol toil Hut spnngtr and rtowdrn vtting it Hit tumult ft tht n adjeiu ned t-p the t ill d the chairmen whith ulitn the subcommittee his n 1 Is biP Mr Hilt 1 as s gntrio 1 an intention t> mtro- i t1 h us i resolii i m prov iding fi r t.ln n of a site hv bilbt xud instruct imitee vvbchlt willivsk to hive thirttc i i it liners touioit within Till- The Canno Be Tiled III fun T inn irv J Vasbvillc ofbcers arc concerned -er the p" 11 ci] ils in tne L union coiiutv 1 1 nsion fr-iid SIUH m ii'hs ag> 3 li Hulking judge of I iniioii i pimtj md A 1! Imlov, an at (imv ti-rlilel tint Me Mali 11 I I> Smith vino entitle 1 ti p. nsi.ms Ihtsi men tatli lollntcd >00 1 a k pa} be, in driw ing pensions if per Iho pensions wire sicmed H-iwluisand V I! md aid and onth tin mgb Judge win i imaged tho J uiro, naswreclced off the Needles of tbe crew vere di n ned The eliniK to the riRging -11 da-v Satuld ij part f sundiy It wa-i impossible t i send i life ho it to the rea ue >s no bont eould In e the tmbuleiit but life lino is liiillly she. cssel b> mi ins of a rocket and in ifolv 1 inued from January con- firmation services at Bt Johns church, corner of St Jonn aud Brown streets fpithiHC'tj this ev emng the coiign gation w as startled by the actions of an appirently de- mented joung man who nroso his seat Hi tl e cbuieh aud pointing a revolver at Bishop V. hlttik-el who was taking port m the strv 11 is, i roi a shot at him Immeih itely there was great confusion bit it w ib cmieklv see i that no harm had resulted from the shot An ofacer w ib hastilv. sum mt ued and the would be ill 11 lerer taken into At tho station house be gave hi name a-s Dav id Alexander a id bis resilience No Parrish street Phila elphn He told a rambling storj about a be had re ceived wh ch induced him toirake a i attemi t upon the venerable bishop s lift Alexan ler vi as locked up pending an mv estigation of tho matter TPB YOTrva T KS At the station house, whi is a well dressed voang man of about t'ur vears of age, aud apparently of good edut iti m stued that uutil a week ago he was employed m the mailing apartment of htraw bridge Clutbier s dij goods house He is an ardent prmibitimist and 15 shop luttaker s atti tuele on the liquor question displeased him 1 o rt solved to kill him He rt signed Ins iinsitnn in order that his actl m mi_nt not bring dibgraie on tbe stoie He said tint Bishop Whlttaker is a vile hvpiH te and m fiver of rum sellers and af ei hei him pre i h a sern oil list Apnlbef Talk Leader and tile Brooklj n LIVERPOOL, Janaarj 20 Til e.age ttiok luncheon aud spent the afternoon with Mr. Glad-stoi e at Hiwardon castle todav Mr. GUastonc had tl e Brook! n di- vine Pray come UP Hawsrien to- morrow Dr re ml itry cordla'l> by the ex an 1 tln> tw p gen- tlemeu hati a long talk on rehg oils an 1 iiolit- ical questions Mr s-id Talk aoout if tn ti ij there is but one quest on an 1 th il is is( I can and will corrett evtrv n i, netdini, e pr rettion mi 11 u tl t I il i mr. u n im nts are L hirst ail men 1 i ir i tie n any jears I was m tbe caumel 1 i 11 br nto uibociatltm witli sixtv m is.i r m i Is ail all hitnvo if them w t re Ch -i a is )i Iy ho.ie f in 1-ing Ill li mna mill ut i c mt-'ct w nil dtvjiic n i P i n Then p geuig his band 11 I'r "1 i n aire rt sh nilt'er Ut ne VT u-tiir> i nl mo tl t ir s h-istian in 1 res.. 1 li e eit g-atma i 11 at tl c iii-iitl spnl! Iv _ 1011 to h s s, rmons, wl uli ai. n i lisrbnt. 1 m all li i Is an! rti 1 I i a'l I ing i e s Af cr luncbern tl t u m i i i i k 1 an 1 ttx k a v alk ovtr Vi I i 1st i v e st itt its propnoti r e piimie nil i., 1 11 v ui his v, ndeiful tr is i, tb l v w ro h linan iKIIlgs Ht lilt l m iiillt 1 e r v it Xini n ins paid i r pipt i nun n lo tr K ul- tui-e an 1 wo-s pie tseti UP leim if the ir of n rb n ultiirt Ur la! ia_t -i kei Vr 11st-, i t if tho icro nro i ing v 11 j iierv 01: vtrj restless She did no1 sie ji at all list niLht md is not expt' lei t P 1. ib t to alttml ur. At. t-vis i r nt t her I this wuv the men weie ,m-t tomiirii Mis Mcrris v t t> ber tllo Cimar 1 steamer I ..b. homo at Ktulsv lie, e illy this mom ng anil _ it is leportetl todiy tin sin went I J tin eemc tt'iy when hei hu-Sbai d ib buned and wept tuei his giave New York reports tl it the pissige was tho r Highest the vessel had ever expeiienced Se passengers viere by he ng tliiown violentlj upoi the tit Inn iy found to isst hibitmg passe.igcr fro M coliin lid i onh i deck IOWA Ml Tlie Proposition Snbinittid tho Denio- liisMoiMs Ii JanuirvJ 2f house met vc-sterdjiT in prnnig at to 3J o c! >tk and aeljpiurucd tnl W ni thu n'tcrnot u to une c mlirtncc t om mitt t- tune to work In the a t-rnot n the b i ise iv is called to orrlci it o clot 1 .and tpnce t ok recess 4 o e'oe k t p e 1 T tbe rci ublie n iltnm bad been in ide tais in -nlm- as .11111 i h a sern oil list Apnlbt lirolubition camiaign in this staii b tl e win. h il op bild'cverv. 11 m ml st v >tc u cord in" tt Ins t 111 cpiiscteneo he entt t 1 mt com sp n lence vvith the bishop the lesult ef wllth v, a-s t i convince him t! it tin l itiend tciitleman w is tho ene i y f the e- ise or piohlbiti n and should bo rein i ed lie has icon wilting for a th nee IP got at tht he w tak- n 1 d H p( c xl l uSt, u> h r fill USO IlUC le ibre- TH1 LUI L m the Case of th 1-. Ill 1 1 L t n i U ulni ib is r n ,1, i i 11 t I'll M, l i f jmU j In tlic ll 1 t join n v' Clei v in cd 111 t. Ill lr S Ar M ei [Special Un-ii 01 tj it juU r M.iidij Fmltv tiiow m )v ed tho N itlnw id to sell i 1 to tho qual )r c ir's set for Mon 1 c 1 ntf tho ion. hug of H I.. iNoii, of tliL IHIUSP i iiuuit of AtUniLj Ocn n to slittmpnts rep uciiiis t iu ublic printer, liacl been tilaU 1 iU i Ui ilon the c, u I f t1 t t LIB tt-ti 11 CV K1 'ilk i s A conn it co of t, i D u7lton butbtfo.e l (.111 t it, inn imitation w w n Mil o tl j.u 1 id 1 1 i i iliou s T.S U L t n 111 n m 11 i n with his us i 1 pnctup md in 1 i h itei he sivs Of .rMi il id itwa i pub isl flicitl o] imm rl in tl o C HU s it -irpimOTit- iiitr J HF D 'i >AIK SIT F 1! P o net tho site ftr ll t. worM fnu ni h t ,umtAl in iltntLlH 111 Ihe 1 t us pos 112; a niclh  A.t a cf s ualists m hall todaj rcsdutio ib v ro tloptpd to the decKra t i if l1 e soci ilist It itkr Herr Bcbel m the d r n in estoniij The btattuit-iit- f LL. -tl Uiac tht di xi pc uani o f in ai ii n Oerm in> w is due to the ttlortt. o! th and the eminent had nt tt i t  1 he rest hitionb coiicludrd as i hrrcl emphatic the of sormlists in tiit, i inted RII heed to this declara ti i t the p HI md prim 'pits of f't-r u LII a ali-sm that m thiojcountry lia-i H. Juritihiation mil its advot 'lit- ana be and trented aR ftKPiits ot dcupfrtifcra, anUrjot as retorni 11 laiiti' nitin lietween "ocialibin and their rei ti n -in he Lcpt ii, arid s m Si dtltn Ueath of a Boy Jinuirv spec U from md, Tean Frank 1' if en ye xr Id ff Viuirew Ii ff thisenv suddenly nt 2 0 ct x-k tins morning up his brother Arthur v> ith whom he wis sleeping and said ht 1 I) K> t up and go to his mother MS i is Before a lamp could he lighted 1 o fell 1 ixn. on the bed, dead It ib pro- Kouiiet 1 ihniinatiam of the heart Tlte B'nai Britih. vvnx X T TinTiirj inde- TP'i I u i Ur of B nai Buth grand iodide dib- lut t N luld ic mention tins in liall ites were present from thirtv niiir lodges in the middle and southern BtaUn ainendinont to the endowment 'I 1 m v, as adopted Oflicers will be elected P I i I'i T1.  i Ilu 'i soiiors vns in iiincc-cnt in tho ill ur aiil v% li, c PIIV 111. bv Hivv kiiiiand liiiloj that he vv isentiai 1 to i pen si MI rhe-v offoitl tisei ir  "ifasse-'mlpl, inltlnK n ets 1 lemlpeis were electeil pil Uinrv shalHpe dene I t nt cle-rl I TP ILotclikiBB tulip r tn si al i h. leiuihh ins t havci teui] prarj spealeiprj >im ic rkeepeis anil the pic-is ,1 uidK bvi.Iel iKitvveen the tw i arties .aid th rs t. hold until permanent orgm zatl m l'C-ijid clerk shi1! br- innri cted to re. e ve coTtiflcates of election >f e le h of the to lie nieiiibi-rs of the tweiitj hir 1 rpneral aabei iblv ind makes i roll of mem .erolruUumE.il saicllist tlie inuii-s on the tot on ti ireil 1 y the seeretury of atate, and noiv in use InJier U.allof tlusliMlj ill bishop ind leaniuiK th it be w part in Ihe seiv us at t-t Johns ibuich t ho went there detci uinod t p 1 ill him He Itqucote 1 an u he! to (f velum i si tl but the gallerj hi iiy el c asked to 1 s-ited leir ths, ehancel wh i ouebt vi is compliid with ibo prisoner stated ho hid also determined to re move Kev S D Mc( oiim II pa-stor of St bteven s Episcojial enurch, ejn lentil sLrect above hestnut vvl se altitude on the liquor ouestie n vv is ihs sti fi 1 to him It is evident that A li tan. er s ri xsoii h i be. -ne unr.0 led on aceouut of mciilil iviile ici t eai id bv liiirelifci HIS md 110 it e il belief 1 it the n house the prisoner b statement vi as t v en in a stnieutf >ivva- 1 mam el an 1 he e vpre-ssed ie -ut tint his si ot had 11. t -tiueje: the bishop a 'ted if he reiliiel what the e use ineiiees would e been to him had I e killel the 1 ibhoi) ho lep ed p ueseof lusli'li 11 p r. i vv u I b Mr ip-io br u i. 1 u] AU emph i icailv V es u hen m VI til lie 1 It seems that 1 should lie i 1 U i ll I time of hfe I shmi 1 1 p re I op ion in those in lUei I i i but win n In land 01 tl i r f cuted Englishmen sh vi i 1 hi i ,i 1 ad pt a i jiistitui i u 1 e'tuv I hoaitated not a moment tji ciusi t uccrninr; 1 e si 1 N p one ouLside of Ihe I i i b iin.lt. oveitiimre t i in 1 An to i uneious beautiful rls fi n said EM rv vil ire I 1 I i si n i f tl e 1. n Urlb of ll Vmei H ail i i.iple T. u irds eveniiin v n 11 Tiling! l m will Mi i UI i his h i i 1 koine be. >ks and pin IP' msel tl. us u 1 i 1 u n reii leiiUK of his F irk of v is and s u I mv st Is ris in aaJ. to Mi s nuilthyvi th him on aie his U love 1 son A Among Hie B PATHS Jii iin 1 i, 1 sus tl it a split is thn iteried in tb n Iks .f th II PU- lanirerpartv MM I arun 1 u 1 1> H u favor the adoption f in intiSeinetc poluj, while Miquet and tiers o] ppbi si f u rse in 1 thte lien to resign if t approve i n e c mm tt Ji n ip 1 v ll H.de-lvkj Jim irv i ral Liol. 14 de id He was one of ilu hi s of sluj AA I ass which w is so IT llaiitlv hei I bj. the Hus- s nib agiinbt the Tmks in 11 nJ. k nlmsa lill UK I'r. c ri s.-tnd Hint it ntunmg si p) f IllS fii rile hvmri, i h ul H ir. mv i est i tl e 1 p-i.1 uf I e 1 ibhop ho icp ed 1 vinnl 1 1 gli hut Iwculdgot il'j foi the sike.f n i 'i i use 1 wo-sof tvvcnlv tut M r f wlneh wasfoi-iid t >be e pt found oil the I rsoii of tl imsonci on tin t i.> it wlneb was ciuravwl i sti omontto the offeit that it ivastl.c tirbt ,ri c IHSj to Dai id Mc boy tliouster of an Ej.ii.scoj.il thiuili the j.ilb) iln itv II e clnmbir V watih der this te l s hufe January J I e V) co-respemdent Hays Maj i ess 11 fcraobed the eputiru port of theJifety of Di I'eter Berlin, ItKiflST JaimaivJ. 1 sh s linen wi rim Hue tire Iho ii Gleudenniiig Macto. in Una titv has boen ssls i >0 OX) mbit 1 u In Itrl tomorrow Take to ol an Officer OKI.EA.-.S, January2b-Captain L the cwnfederal Clarence and BIDO. I .YKK Crri, Fla January 2b tbe nep-o assassin of Sheriff Epperson wis taVen to Tallahassee b> the Columbia authorities ou this traiu bj order of "White It will be deplorable ft r the end-, of justice to be defeated h> the qu Ibles of iw and tbis bloody assassin gi ven au opportunity to get another on list at siime future di> when at larse If tbe strong a-m of tbe would grant a trial aud ail me-ms of escipe provided nst insuring tbe ends of justice would be meted ont to eul- 1 nts tbe resorts to Knchitig would be less frequent___________ 4 erdict of Acquittal. NEWORIKANS Januirj jurj in tbe case ol J Hare indicted in con- nection with the bond defalcation of ex State Treasurer E A Burke, Las returned i verdict of not guilty Thii caac has occupied tbe i tentioii of-the court since and is tbe mot important of this kmd 01 casea tried in this st-ite__________ A Store Burglarized CHATTO.OOGA, Tenn Jinuary 26 cia] general store- of C T Campbell, a Cleveland, was burglarized last night entrance bemg made through a window A named Henry Swafford beeii ar rested and jailed oa suspicion of complicity in the robbery f I, rs i tnTi re .1 jn tl t It rl i> t titt i H lj.tcU in tlic j. v- m i ur, I tin llKOiicril e-ieh jn. f w .slidll entitlrdtoaetand voti on all ,iiostioiis mil pernnnent )rgani71tlon Mull be reitlii.il mil ineimin.iit speaker Iw elocted and tliat s h i i s i vv hose name appears on tho list shall UsvArnm w a 11 eu.bei of the Ivveutv third LCiu-ril Iv ind shall he i meinbei if the 1 tKii- f until inul aljmrniiunt mil.ts i n eati il the house n a regular e ntcst ror lus her than obicetlon t aplportionmeilt ac-t )f the iv mv se n I eneral asseinolv ercating tsli u wh h the members were elected IHth N" oljeetiiin or protest ilull be made hv nthli 1 irtv ti al j olio w li pse mine appe Tb Jii ,1 list of member A .tlllg oil JUS n u Itli -Uter 9ii 1 hoiHe 13 pcrnian. lit.) organized and i iiriiATifiit pi-iker it, cleote 1 VII c f e. utested seit _ ill ik when party vtere called Th d m i winter! t strike out section 1 and sill tiTnte the following It hu' bv snpulited and apreeelbv the repub can members of the house and to opi oaition lemtpers thereto tliat neither under temporary rtraiiizatuu n ir during effei tins of pcrina cnt re mizatiun of the house shall anj e raised i" to the nglitof any per-mi whose ,iiue ipp ir upon the Mat of as ire 1 I v the pectetir} of fitate and ,ow 111 use in the roll call of this body lua Heat aud to a vote aud that upon the perfecting of the penna lent, reamzatioii of the house a committee on le.tio'is shall be appointed composed of an ..ual numlpCT of i-epublieans and of the opposition he ret and that no case of the eonteBteel election pf a iiieml er ill be taken up excepting upon he reeouiiiiendaticni of a majeinty of all the iiembers of said committee It is fur .her stipulated and agreed that the rei abb. ins and opposition thereto shall be rei relented upon committee rpv memljers se te 1 bv themselves respectively They also m that section seven of the republican propo ion be -trieken out At 4 o'clock the house was called to order and half an hour recess was iken to let the conference committee worn S wie d. ne however m the time specified he aeljonrned till Monday morning >ot Gad oa Reported BIRMINGHAM January The sensational report sent oat by the Asso- ciated Press, from this city late last night, ..bout rive men beinjr killed in a collision at Cimp Hill, on tlie Columbus and Western nilroad was wildly exonerated Only one mm was killed and two or three others slight- Iv bruised b> jumping Two local freights running about ten miles an hour collided and fireman Henry Smith was-talied The en gincers and most of the train men jnmped and escaped with a few bruises Ihe wreck was not a bad one, aud the track was cleared in a few honrs He Failed to Return. E, Tenn Jmuary 2o About two months ago, E Baker and W i letcher came here from Boston and opened up a produce store Baker managed the busi- ness, and bought on time aiid sold for cash He managed u> handle a large amount of pro- duce, as he promised to pay a little above mar- ket nnces No sales were made except ior e-ash, and on last Saturday Mr Baker {mind It necessary to take a bnsiness trip to Cracuraati, from which he neglected to return. He has between and on tas person, and lus partner is here left to hold the OSCCLATOKY A Hitter Church. W Ilevelerps Out of a Kissing Bee T-UJVTOTS Mass Januarv A bitter church war is ill progress al Dirjnton just lie cause the pas-tor has, put i stop to puhlie itissinf' Brick Church is it is cilled had not leirned how to conduct socnl gatherings without resorting to those old fashioned kiss- niK eames whieh are unpopular even among little .Inl.lren of the cities Iher ch rch soenble were kissing bees an I the snort las not indulged in exelusiv el> bj the vomiccr people either Ripe old vicic inst is eiithusijstic over u[ enliagen, Jondju bridge and poatofhce aj, weie the younger leople This v- is the condition of affurs when re v N I'jer accepted tne pastorate The eo tel pistor obsen ed with r le .sure at first the iiiimfestatl.nsof friendly in the vrel fine of one mother am ng HIP [eoplecf Ins tloek as evinced it the lightly gi hennts Put the l I. isun vv u. h inged to alarm vi hi n he the sanctuary hllid w th m-les mil females whose- onlv tl s to IPO of in oscalitory niture be sun tl it elderly maidens vied with blooming blush 11 K damsels in participation in fascinating games and gleefully counted the number of times i ie h had passed through the pleaj, irable ordell, and that tbe sanctuary had been turned into a hoi TO f r hungers then Mr Djcrpiuhu, foot and tbe result wis 1 an Ionic n urn ind persec ition vntlii ut end About the OTilJ. coUccti n v inch vias ever tal en uii fipr some time wis one of emnty rum bellies vi hi. h voung men lift in the pews 1 bo sad voice of the faithful pastor v.is often drowned MI tbe iggraviting noise of br. ikmg brittle ean.lj Powder wa, burned at tho erv lix.r of the church, smoke was bl. w ii tbr i gh the apertures dur ng servi.e and bundreda cf such were plajed bv the grieehssscamtswhohid tiKen umbrage at the minister's coure in checking promiscu ous cmbric-mg ind kissing he societv sent here for a eicpui-y shcnlf to attend to the matter and he drove one young nun out of town It, e society if terwards .re- Tlie King Is I ISBON Januarj flic I m. n i n ch bet- ter Op rl i I pi ly to dtnounte Engl m 1 The niijrr presided A ROW AT A CIIVUCH tha Tim Polos ill Buffalo IMssa Ufl. lie movalof Tlitir I'awtor lil J vi.il X Y Juiuirv J V disturb- ance place at St cb ir h lo dlv which amounti d nearl> lo a ri it md blocjdilied The church members are I lies, whose priest rather KHwiter refontl} ivas reiiDvedbv 'ilsl op P in ud tra 1 to agi iiit the t f ll eir 'I Dunk rk N 1 md tie 11 msirk i r Pjvihr Imvlt here Tb. I'.-los re- pull lied Tf llicr 1 HW ei hell meeunn and last vi e ek t i IP g it n to the pope hearing their ind gn setting of upcti tin m of I nation Jity and vv ho n tb. v eveiiiioiit so far as to 1. k u] ti: which they claim a.s thoii omi [rpeitv aud to sack the s ho 1 lie IMS mi saeriotal resnleno, s rf -ill Hue ml f Hu "s HIP! strrr 1 tl em nil i the l ,P lecKlcn T 1 i temi .It. h !1 d vine bouse n >t beiiit. i) I. 1 ehur h A f i w f tl I' I. with lim Iiniue'iitiH u n it. 1 .r id gather. 1 ct tsi le ai d i oat VII cuiie CTCI i t tl 1 large nuinl r of tb the rh irrb and I nlonlously out Tl c I balk room door a id thin. be mu-liri I nn rathe Paw Ic r t! eji ar v f I it the r tliat It would lloUpc baf f r I go tliead with the dev I I V 1 sc'cneTof action escorted 1 v nien _ _ a n'ei d I'l i i n it. I i I Ilu e i. ei w here ijnm T mhei to n i rey- i w. p t ii t fa i I j i i to lus >n lit.. he I. ft i i of l fu. ed to pay for two days wrricws, and the minister offered the depnty sheriff for his labor He refused the offer however, sayinir that a society mean enough to refuse to pay him for his services whem ordered b> it, paid the minuter too small a salary for him to lose anv. of it. _ The treat hnow Blcxikade. TOBTI Ore January 26 -The blockade on the L moil Paejnc ii again urtuallj raised East-bound trains started from Ladrange ves- terelay afternoon A. snow plow will reach Baker Cltj todaj, and four delaved trains will then start lor Portland, aud expect to get through on time A 'chiuook is blowing, and the snowis melting rapidh Snpermtencl ent Johnson says tbe Lntoa Pac-iic has no fear of landabefes or washouts and barring sriSr slides To fear is felt of further inter rnption on tlie hue Owing to the wires he- mg down there is no news from the blockade on the Southern Pacific_______ SL-P.DAY NK.HT s( I XES The Sei-ilces TJ.M the babbatli Evenlnffn The most orderlv and law -abiding people the Cltj are to be found mrade the cells at tlitt "tyirndiy evening -when the church lielHnris-, ,ou can hear tliem, Birl trainers feed a. Tmxklng bird on Ir-nh lo induce it amir 1 it if v. n want a i grc t. SIIIK g" him That doe, the an Kett, path A Bad Jtlan Ga, Jann-a [Speeral night George W West escaped from jail Xrtrag Jailer J E Gornto left him emtside of the irSn during the night he Allied hole through the thick bnck wall by lar-e iron bar that he wrenched from the jail lock He was charged with carrying con- cealed weapons larceny from the assanlt with attempt to rane and murder He is stil' at large_____________ _ lust almut solder em ugh.....i----- me aucholj enough to chant the most doleful leader, who generally possesses a rcpbosS voice begins to -line out de hime and line by Lne they will sing Snow pity, Ixjril oh Lord forgive i a rather slow tune thej soon the weird melody of a regular song makes, the of tho __ house pause on the ude- tn "-vcr by strange choirs, made shi .he partic and sorrows of thfesei v aga- the.-e is somethinj! very touching in tha a I way-thev crouch there ,11 thefr ceh, and p-haiit these sonKs, with the same fervor that ,ey would if sealed m Thompson May PuIJ TTiroach Ga Jaru-ir-. Dr m H Dough'v Sr ________ A Death on Colltas Street. Myrtle O Neal died on Collins street last eveione about 6 o'clock had been in leeWeiealth for some weeks Her death waa catised failure She has wealthy rel- Tuexington, Kentneky, where she ThefaSral will occur m this city today. Her death was a sad one. She asked forlL services al pnest, which was granted her before her death. 2. i ;arn :1 f. not lace-rate am important part --'--i AOK, not feetm JJT D.ugMj Ir re- He will not be liver and did not lace-rate am in of the bowels If mtemmati.Ti. wabin the next thirtj-six ho ir almost out ol danger J-n- mamed with Mr Thompson safe and well.   

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