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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               PRICE FIVE CLN J AN IT A RY28.189O WE lit THE BI.lt, HE WAJNTS TO EXTEND PENSIONS I Include All tlio Relatives of Crlml- ti, M ho Hmo Brought IJcnth Tpoll in the Soutli v January 27 (Special lev a new member of congress, from tr di i 1 m the bou-e tod ij a 1 ill tn widows a-ld iruhans of people ur political purposes since the close of war iviuL pi icing them on tho same with the Dependents of jmcii who tin n noii arm> Thisisalvuncoinbe le-reilby i man who wintstoattract at- and will never got out of the commit- n it 1 is b. n n fi rred It n c te- lt >m ol 1 e ouiitrv the ullioll ,1 'l md tl a> mm are being mnr- 1, n n 1 1 the Hag _ud the Ull.oli 1111- L iVV lull. i i i miinttio on tcrritoiics u ilu i ih ima t, rntoii il and r t the me ami leport it to the Mr K lEeplyiug to Charges of Outrages m Tlicir State. Januaij 27 house bill i s i n 1 fy laws tn to collection of i us- t ins i' i citue w as presented to tbe senate and mi itionofMi Merrill ordered to Ue j anted a id n fcTed to the imance committee 111 order that n -v be considered tomorrow by that eommntee IJiF ALLrr.FB OCTKAGBS The resolution heritofore offered by Mr C h unl'er calling on the attorney general for tin ropji f the I'mted fctites marshal for tlie noithein ili-lintof Massachusetts concerning the Mi ti i 1 ul of tin wi> n. V hot contort MI i ndmg the law of snmo one i a virtl i. mono-, d new toiriton rl- if Kan-os, wanted tliel vvvs of h.s ,1 1 i t 11 i "lit if I'' '1 t" tutu nal piuvisioii of tlu Kin x ng pi, pie who served I" tin, i m-C from v ting the comnitti c oit the law of Bleeding Km 1 1 e' pr bvoilil es ale that tin law, if i ,lif 111 will ul toil of tlio 1 liter i.ialtn itment of Henry J Faunce 1 ei Miss vv..s taken up f u .r iltham adtliessod the -eti.ite Tt onld not passibly pretended, be thought tl t i iigri ,s hail anj jurisdiction of the sljb- 11, t It had been referred to the dis t u in-ln I -ona'in fiom Kan-is (Ii 1 wl rh mil., (Waltliam's) absence But fr ui reading tbe of the senatoi s re i, 1 he i i th it he hid commented on the "n" iu m i fi _rv if Sicretaiv Pioitor, at n and on a most brutal and outrago- mi- e mimitt Ion a titi7en n lined in the n solut on 1 101 i what he (Wallbam) had nl of Hi it atTur he fe't v, -i ranted in saving SHE JJVJJ, Ql ITTE TUF JVBf HER MRS CLARA MORRIS AT LIBERTY And in Full Possession of All tlve Prop- erty of Her Poisoned Closing Scenes. I. tint U fe v pel Vn niiuutj ih .f tbe iitmo-t i 11 I tl i th It i, t so th t. go Ulon tin 10 ut ib ,b thiir ru it t ti i ti i- iv wl 11 n Uli n_s is i f t e- si nth and w lui h is plv the w mt of judgment of I md d -nppiovi J b> the c  intimately, but he had never be- foie heau'i f tin pi r-ons i onceriied in tint .ullage fell iku f i Im -ell mil represent mo ,he sentiment of l eople nl ovil JJis-us pi a id cf tbe south be eondi miied unquall i llv m 1 i tliat outrage oil the -i ittuv r vv ir, and on the iii_mcd m the n s Intioii SL.-. VTO1 droll K ST-FVKS Ml Gc. of tbi resolution as un lal ule ed m the lustolj of 1 111 this 1 w is i simple, bold pioposition to ,ntl, n ids of the senile i report if I ii I si it miislnls, ait i ig as detei ive- tli m girt be s vim ovinsr, for tint mil Ilu i i m iff m with v hi h uul itv t. uterim Id i thele t i Ilu si i f nu -id i r mil hi hi i ill tan imiidi 1 men) i i n i dii n unit Ii in tin pig o i dip i-t mint t Ji me ml n i Iheiil FVTWOPTH COUKT HOUSE N C Jan- ttary -T Cora May Morns is igaui a free woman The jury so determined her case this alter- "Trwis 2 o'eloek when R B Glenn of Greensboro arose to the last appeal to tbe jury en behalf of the fair defendant His spcs eh w a., the closing one aul a masterly eftort it was Dif.1 AUSIt SHE W IS A WOW 4-. Mr Glenn s appeals In behaUof. his client were pathetic m the extreme and tears trickled down tbe cheeks of Uireo jurors besides inanv in the court house Mr Glenn declared tli U the state had failed in its effort to make out my case all saving that ev en the evideiiee that was muoduced was 1 1 I th i i v i ho -u] r i n c i n ,v th H'l' "V 1 the ith in iti t i- -i 'v h Idmg t -s b is nev i p nei- i f the in niv I f 1 1 un s ail l-t il 1 d el 1 ir t, f l mil v v h i ml 1 m t l l i- pn 1 il io th it vi l I 1 e m 1 aiti i 11 niter I v ill li letnn i 1 It is -b In I II I s L-V Ml B V mtrodn, til threi div Ihe i rst unpirtanl h ib g i- to .In i nya of tho bil HMi tin i al Viuust i muni u terv, f u ir No d( In i i amount i- t tl b 11 null "71- the n In, th rl bill "1 P m 1 i v tin s i i n i 1 mi u 1 -1001 t i n Viu'H-t i mil is iv aim in t Tn i PS Tun u n i f tli nil i in tup i ,1 In, m nit In n i v will 1' ih'l 'i IM Inn I t I 1 rn i v V inmil i h iv e i V] u -i 1 i di sue t s, ,t i mil a Mum t i i i f tin tu-t utl the id, n il i t i i f tin s, i Hi 1 tl it i- 111 pi nits 1! fr, m-lKUT mil W h 1 t i lt I 1 Mr 1 I. l h IK m t i r in 1 it 111 ngoilt ill Vu I in i i' I t II I Ill 111 111 1 tl ll 1 III 1 H tun Ir in t n i md hu u tli f il tl it hi I, pli li i i id I i f i t i _ l 11 I r 1 r, r lev i 1 il i i i n hettc 1 i I n I it m tin i -i n i nt v Mi n v, 111 id c -i vi II pr ib 111 be si f th, oimtii m.i tl i- c ent Mi Hi, 1 ml Mi Ued i iciit He a-ked t! o n-e to-to] to think whit thiv I y ,nr! -v of the iltiimv u n (Gicigi) hid hi en furiu-he 1 wilh i th u I ,1 s i. .or ml h hil no ti I iv e i n i 1 tu m tin iltik sdisk ut 1 th it tl e fa, t- h ul bull ci i-c, .v t'n t r F i m K u i- tl i other il v ahttl, f oimgl am' he had I, i, u in U i iu th u ti i i- t IS d, nu 11 le I of tin legiblatuie of tin I Mi -i u i u i v i nm m i and ri n t the nun wh hid hi en thus nil A Horrible Accident on Use Monon tint of the Killed. InniAjiAroLis January tram So 1 on' the Monon, which left Chicago Sun- day night at 11 15, was wrecked this morning at 9 50 one mile above Carruel. avillage six teen miles north of this city The tram was running at a rapid rate and was a long trestle Wilkenon creek, wbe-i the tender of the ensiii" jumped tho track The engineer his engine but before the air brakes could check the speed ot the train, t ue, locomotive-and baggage car bad c'cared the trestle but tl-e slee] er and smoking car went er in the creek, lioth taking file almost im- THE HEAVY SEAS FZ.AYIXG HAVOC WITH rESSJKf S TKE mediately anil tjnie ed themsel in a remarka lured tl Thi se w ho escaped uninjured Ifisned themselv es m diggmg out the dead and injured from the wrecs but before this could be accomplished the heat of the burning cars bci-ime so intense that thev had to withdraw Asfara-knov 11 utlus houl tbe following are the killed and injured Mrs FI Broad Kinpl- Ind burned TWO t'llLJjUrN of l> S Olduam pber.dan AN MAN, who died soon after be- FnvrvrlUOH mibUing and eui posed to have been PASSENGERS ORDERED BELOW DECK y Prevent Their Beinj? Washed Ovcrboaj-d "Loch Monlarf A-hore and TJurtj- of Her Crew Verlsh. _. ould o tin, m inhood pictured to of coiivirtmj weak nee (1 mdlii ulvocatid tbe u-oh I ion mil 1 tl, i In In in the r, p u md t kn iv- wlmt it o lit i m 1 Hut h  1 i- n i i 1 Ih t >ki i L -i in nil ,1 I i Hi u Si I ail Ii II win. il f nil h in e n i sh 1 li il 11 1 b n It b i i Liu id bt-ile, maul il hid i n_ i tl st >ti i 1 >I -ei i e ought to !ui i t t hn 1 it u bv li i 1 ,e I tl, n H tho si n l vi i- im l 1 whin wu igsol Hi 1 MI 1 tti 1 bv hi n '-1 nl V b t an do iihiut it ton Cll 'l, t 1 fin I' i i .n-tililnii ,1 ol ilU v h n s i i th it ki i 1 t vi i, 1 1 v Ihe sen-I i fiom Ml -i -ippi i L 1> i rub t nri uul vi l II le llll Olltl Ul s of 1 u n u led h i 1 the -i 1 1 mi t ible tu its vv c intuu i d bj Ingill- Wil-onotlvwi mil Heuu it on went evel without ai tioi n iu ul 10 irneil cticumstaiitial, whiib m v e any woman He appe iled of tho jury, and them the hiilionsnev, a poor defenseless gul on s w huh might when too i lie prove no evidence at ail Mr G eim closed hi- speech at tv enty mumti, ofoui aidlmlgi Menmaiiatoi.ee beg m Ins chai go to the J irv At ten minutes to four the jnrv letucd Till ruiso FR ssttl FS M s Morns during the entire on mug occit pu 1 ISP it bv her conn-el and when the Jiuy n tin d she kept hi r slat ihejudgo lavvjers and otbeis chatted aw iv an 1 until it w as an mnmced tint tbe b 11 agn 11! tho court mini vv is ill a nmsidilibe H 11 bcvenl frienl, wint -cross and spoke e le lal ignig words toMis Morns, who si cmed un lined to grow nervous bhe nas seen to smile hope fi once 01 twice It vvas jn t tvveiit; mm lies p i-t four by the ou-e cluck Mheii tin jnrv entered the cour'ri.1 m alll-VFPIlUT '-.OTG1IITV Thin w is a bath I ke stillni s- a- tho 1 doe o'tl l 1C ,v nil-; out ill n l n ol the Jiuv h iv i vo i un r d on a veidii t, V.i hivi aiisweieil I oilman Smdeis Mi- Moius the c'nk said i'i uiiii 1 ok ni on tin pi v and then turning Gi ntleuicii of the jui v look the pli oiiei M s M. ill, i i ah Uf lio] eful in 1 ha" m iu look it the men wh hill nei lifi m thi i Ini d- say you, gent'emen gu Hy or not Minn Band I ds m asse it M E Ii galls president of the Big Four Cimimau injured about the lit ad a-nl arms Engineer Scl-ooe Indianajiohi serious, Juliub Pearson, bberidau, Ind be rious IHf 1 1ST SWH.I1-.CI Additional partii ulars of the accident add two more women to the list of killed whi'e the hst of injured will probably be increased Up to noon the names of the two additional killed have not been a.scertai.ie-1 The engine EOt eleai over the tiestle immediately next to it on tne 1.11 line and taking tlie whether from lamps or stoves Ins not been a-ieitamed i trail anivmg en the scene of accident shonly afterward- the dead and wounded vveie put oil board and taken hick to Indianapolis The w n eked tram was not a vestibule Nearlv all the killed weio in tho sleeper v huh w as among tbe hrf-t of the c irs toti'ke hu i' our i ar- aie almost tot illj con si mid 1 ital ci-ual.tio- sixdead and nil e teen inji red scveril of whom are sh lit it and hkeU to d e Investigation revei s tint the aindent w due to the spieailmg of rails about ffm hui.dicd an 1 from the tiestle Theiepinng of this beetioii of track wa, done batmd If, t 410K 01 THL STATt.. Important of the Supreme Court WisiiiM.-ioN Januirv Biidlev toctav dchveied thn opm on if tho Lmted snpieme couit amrmiiu the Ji Iglnent January 27 Cuiiard steamer Olihaloiua from Boston, January 16th for I iv t-pool, arrived at Qneenatoun todaj Duru g the passage she encountered a gale that was so tLat the passengers were kept below for two it being feared that if tin v wne permitted above decks thej wetildbe caine! iwa b> tbe seas thatcmio aU irl Tho thuu eiymeei w istiirown to Ibe deck bv aviavi and one of hu- arms were bioken, and he sustatne 1 other injurie- The Hrit -h ship loih Moid irt from Noveu'ber Jd.for II imbi ig, 13 ashore at C ill mtsoog Hoilinci Thirt} of her c-ew were wished overboard after she struck and all The lint-h ship Janet Cowan, bcfoli u porti d having returned to Plvuioilh is in distress Slit lost a number of sails whiiiolT the lisle of Wight last Thjrsdav rive of her ciew were lost Vthoiigh the ship was almost dismasted tin1 remainder of the cievv sue ctcdcd m nai igat ng her to Flv month THE Ki.PUBLICAV They Co the ih d tl e r he V TO 111 II ilO nto hft the PKler tlie Code of Tlie Contested fclectioii Cases Jam ary 27 republican emeus which was called to meet at Kocloik met promptlv at that hour Mr Henderson of Illinois, T5 (haiiman called tie caucus (v huh w 's fullj attended) to order The lint hot r i f the bossii 11 was devoted to the disius s on of the promised new code of rulis Sjieaktr Keed entered into a dctuhd expliiiatn-n of tin i b inges proposed to be made ill the (11 code 1 mm tune to tune he was interrupted questions as to the prob ib'c effeit of the p u Me mr in es to w h i b in eaih fnllj uphill Moil than an h ir sume 1 m tin, v 1} md tin tbe li ur d nt htvvevcr aicoidmg stater cut that the i en i >f'e r i 1} foi th, action of tlie ho POST-API The LoiiR Uturotioi. Cnnx- tv ill Fiid 14 Tbe celebrated Post iaM> is d And Colonel Manelius E Thoniton u v i ry much gratified over the uriinit i of suit In 1880 bo purchased tl e pp i1 w licit was then an evening pape- in 1 f t i vi ran it On the front of an i I i brrk b'li'd- at the of Broad nnd V a v n ,tneua ,till appears the dun and aiuient h'teniu of tho old sign of the paper Iu IStv, t olonel Thoniton le i-e t e iper to Co.onel Moore th-imsh I II in is. and understood at the tiuie that 1 i li le hit la'e'j sold a UIXJ OOO g, 1 1 m i i w going to run a griat m i uiiel Tin-niton left ill vn l ml v hue there recciv ed m v-thattb p ha.f simpeided He iiuim hi', iv t m l Ytlaiita and Ugan an icl .n m ti r n UNuverv ot tan rlv i i c pater i-1 jit i >r ml i I riM> 1 iw -nit- re-ultid -i v i mfiv i '-1 Th irnt.ni an I the c i-t vv.nt li mo supreme court Th, i rl i hr i i-d the decision of the court In 1 i (i i iu b ndsiienof Mr 1, hu I I 11 i w 1 I ul i .me into n .f tin m it, i i! f the pa] er. topi r J n niv Ih, I nKiir.i wiVoC lone I v. L 1, 1 M r M 1 V ih. r. ami the amount ca.led f r V a- ov i l -V. esterd u tins mi w i- p u I i M r I t >nol Thornton iu d ev rv h lu pe-t l n Iu I taming the Mil i il WT fill v sillied milady-ted I 1 .111 I Th n .t n i t 111 t. I is home m Kin kv tli-ivcti mg Hi C.IIK 1 i i iu t> nil tbrei ir f mr .1 i but I, is IK en here four w 111 tor iu vi In i ti 110 he has completed i g K.I uiiuv i thtr hi imvi trail, u ui n-sur i ,-fnllv tl it h 1 ii been pleasa it iiiiam lalh i- wi'l i s 4 ally 11 ii In f.i kn i Stew ait S 15.111' 1 mil u v vi mti mid and I, Mi 1 une i ited St i'i s t r nil (f in mul r the mil v i l.v Mr Kelli 1 vvs md 111 h ufi M t the I mfe he) ni i   well to devote e irlj Utciitioii to tl e H 1 i al of the tobacio and 1 iws th it fi ibid .1 i h mist in.an who grew a cri p on his own I nl bv I is iwii Hbor the right to -ell Ins imptjtlu higlu-t bidder m tbe best market u i b i peniltiL- ail 1 other feat ires of tbe ul t rniln venue law, which were oppiessive u 1 whii h made pusonors of honest and inno- c ntiiun rather th in malting great appropri i Hi t. htild pri-oiiK in which to mcarcer iti t m 1 hen he ha 1 read a speech made Mi Ueed m the last congress m which the ,1 moi i Us were cntn ised for proposing to UiKe a u i s- before the rules b id been adopted md vi ig the republic ins were ready to join the i'i m eiat, in repe ilmg the tobacco 3Ir li neiit- called attention to the fiet tint this h .11 i Ins had no opportunity jet to vote foi e t i the rules or the repeal of the tooatio e ncnts indeed gave the bill a mOiti tiun and came near defeating it Judge v ut sud tonight he believed Atlmti hid 3 1. t ei ilimieto get the prison than anv ill iii and tint it vv is pnbable that the ut HV "i in ril would favor it Howevli it i- u to tiki- hvelj work on the part cf the cm n ,f All mt i to sceiue it, m the ei cut it pi- -tie sen ite ______ E v. f 1 Polk Seriously 111. 1 nil H N C, January C I L I'olk, president of tbe Nation it 1 iiini, and Laborers union, is here and is v iv si k He is receiving careful medical -until n biine of his fnends of his n't missiiious His health had not been good f_ii some weeks prior to this attack. s i duty rnivj t mil Ichli md Carlisle inailelnicf 'll ctl, that thu igb moirii is- i Ihons bal heeii admitted t wliiri- tl c intention had .1 nitv l ei nt n! f New Tn-iv from tlie com niittn on v I -iivic.. u f rui, i eported a 1 iti, ii iciitu g tilt iliuge- hid beenm-do that tin i.v u -civile 1 iw has belli eMensavelv cvaledbv the onimissiomi- and directing .mm 'ui to niv f stigit, tbc-e and Minnie mil u p, rt upi n tbe l r letieal vv orkmg f tl i -v- ,m _ 1HF I KISON IUI P V-SPS The bouse m committee >of tne v, hole, pro- i cici'ed to c insider tbe bill appri pnatu g u _ m i i i ohce stall siiff fiom ic ur us h inn id ll t, 11 li m e- 1 m pn oni 1 t .Id them i'n t n tl U 1 e v nt 1 to kill V i m 1 l'i v Hi SI) M mull t- i 1 i n 1 i ti-1 mt i il i Inn h i n ,1 i- p u e I th, r, p i il ilitv f i ill di f tl i 1 ulul tion i it li I Hi ilic IIIIK t 1 il i vi of l p nei 1 ti jlii tbe iiuinuiii mi-vlnm I u 'I iti i'1 1 tin iuht tin cii. iv is o o m 1 eon niitte 1 Ah foi tnal k t t, ill of tin i, i i of the tinted Stltis c rcuit icurt fi I tne eastern distrutof h aiohna m the case of William E Chnstian ct il appellmts vs Vtimt'C mil Noitb i- uolma Rulroad to jhisiaseisof imno-t mci not oiil> m tho .mount of miiniy duectlj mv .Ived but ill the m. H.itaiuioi atitnt >nal questions neciitcii Of lite the n imber of e IMS mv olv mg the nmsti 11 of liability of a stall to be -ued have i bniuht fore Ihe ne c nlv "1 ortb ir In i ISailn ulnni uiv d f ir the I m o-o of buildiii' a mho id fiom Beoufirt to v.iouab J he bon I, w ore issued bj the fctato lira m i cv to pay f, r tl is stoi k and the m t pleged its public faith as sitnr 1 i tin n ilcmptioii of tin bonds but in lldUii.il pled_id ill the stick Uld by the slate in tin i iilnvad (onianv Ibis pledging T t il-o pi vnlnl tint imv diviileiil i hti h i av he d (lui 1 on the stoi k held bj tho stale si ill hi a] .hid If tin 1 iv.n nt of mteiest u iiiuig m the h mils hut until su( h mav li ,hi 1 i i ,1 mti rest on bonds was lobe i aid out of i uhhe minev m the -late tri isurv h i nan h ten if t bonds issued bv the slat, a, t'icie had bicn no interest pud Isbs he sought to have I'M bjils ue I u, 1 l lie l mull tl l stn k owned 111 I b, I 1 bv tin tate of North t aiolu, i m the At aiitie i id N nth Cuolmil nhoiid company '11, state of Ninth C u Ima sijs Justice ]'i Ihj is ciilj pu "Iv uallj c uiie lied The wh le proeee lingis viuually agamsthci The .bjccl ofihcsuit istogetposscssuii of hei pri p- ir v uise .nestei herdiv idcnus if my thin may bo md t) compel tin injmentof them tocom pliuimts mil sill ruin.id -toil's of win h sh, is m sole p .ssessinn 'Jhongh it be true thai thi bomlhiildc.1 have a be i on dn il nls ml sink it is not a ben th.u can he em ir el without i suit and tin' a -mt ag mist the st u. The court is of opinion t! at i -tale is in unicfci s hie pirty to any pioceidmg m ilj m wl ih it- propc U is si to hi tiktn in 1 snivel ted to the pav me it of its ob- li_it n- Jin 1 l Umcilt if the liwiicuut u tivoi of tne s i i i- tl ciefor arflmie b irmonv i, It wai evi Mr lUid s could not hi fir si vn il divs't cnmi, even should it be -u ih ti r, port it i irmr M icovci iheie w is m i n ion ent. itamed bj many to tlie effict that m e p situe p -iionld h, I, nevid m the disiKvsition i f tin lontested election w th out inlcs Hi m with then anl It w i- i, H h> some of tl ise members th U aftei a safe_ wnk in mijoiitv nilbeen -e, uiidii tne oj. i uioi of the general i irli u icntii', 1 iw th, ngi lit-j of tho new codi imgl t he u'a-rid w Ml In m ht anl the upi b u u s 11 vht thus be u Ji, vi 1 from the miisni v i f a eooe vv h h n tune miL.lit, be felt tiy tluiisel eveiitv H ivu tlu pi id i i Iv u i 1 oil a de< s oil tint the en ction ea. h i 1 bi Dili hied IK f u iiob i 1 is aih 1 el tne q ef w js md me in in e a id tl i-ie w is a li ng b-( i si, n w nu i w as n v i n ill x ol m nh 1 v w s is t i the p s-il 1 tv f -i ui in" ai 1 n ai naming a qm ri m f u pi 1 In ms Hmcet thed, iiiiint i on w.iiih was fullv i xpec'ed viotil 1 take tl e slnpi of i re fu-il lo Mte The fict tb it it w i-i n ,iikr n ea-e or Sn uli v- J i k-i n will be raj e I Meiln, 1 iv ml inllv diniti 1 from i do ihle imtivi Ih hrst to'av tb f mud ilion ujr the si ilis- p, sii on ol tin othei eolitesL, aid s, nl Ui 1.1111 time nwhi h toseeuie tbe atteml u e, if il sent n 1 cis Are ilnlioii w is o bv tic IUUUH Uiue 1, uriiiinif tl i e'i tuns c, nimitt e u> f 11 vv- Tic- v 1 hat it is t le scriei nftln-'cni cvorv rci nbli ail mi ml" r of t n n' 1 r, main in ti iitv 11, epl in i i-e l -i us HI 1 that ill leissh m tin-lull ilnrli L la in se null s- invented What Dono Tnb.ii.a Mvrov I urn A I Miller of the fiom Houston tl i, in, i h unber, a.l dav hi i lldirs Ivoth.l l 1 w i, dnii< I 01 rlv 1-1 bill when ca-ts w 111. 1 ne grand inrv rei I nlms is f en u f, tion of h i ivi r C.lenn ai ai, I f and Majion Hill un 1 I pi titioni is Judei Clarke aftirlcirng r to appoint in m r the applu mt- t! i-v vv pial tin dm- i n ami a-k the il i omt some one lo di tnu i i film The I, up  at Kiite 111S f OIOKS. thi iiling tint -vcnrs of ige shall not onhiiouiciit ivith those of 00t> for the elei tiou of three I nite 1 .States pn-, ns and tor the unpiisonment ol United bt ite, piisom rs Vn ami mlincnt vi as nil pted pu-i i-er- un. ei tvvintv he assoc attd ill 0 der vear- V Ion nsiicd and then the inmmittee ro-i md repoited the bill favor- ablv t, tin I an 1 it vv i, 117 iii-vslO4 (One of tbe prisons is to be located m th ml mother south i f tho tblrtv-nmth di in. ol tbe noltb latitude and east of tie mountains and the thud to be located we-t of tbe Kockv mountains moiioi, wa-nnde to reconsider the -vote bv whiib the bil' was passed and ilso one to 1 iv this mot oil on the table Oil the I ittei motion no quorum voted ami Mr Holium having rai-ed this point the house w ithout tuitliernction at .JO, adjouined Tlie irgmia Contest Jauuary 27 V Charleston dis- Mannei WUoOoefiNot Tike the "H ay His Case Turned Out I'.nr Janmrv 27 L mted btales C i nmns-ioni r Edmunds lias foi l.cei 1 larmg lharges agimst ti n baik Ji nine Harkness of In buk m ti c harboi   ai d the commissioner dist barged all the men from custody oil tbe ground of a 1 ick i f cvulc ici against them In (h-, h tbe men, C oinm ssioner Edmunds Mid ho fi It satisfied that the vessel was set on tire lint there was a probability that it might have been ircldcnt.il Ht thought the gulltj n an vvas unong the pn-oners but the testi- monv had not been sufficient to bold anv of the men and he would thercfoic discharge frs Bum ai tl l'i RTSMOI TH N H I nn-irj The la i i -t ti t nt r. ver n c nr I at Kit! 11 11.1 v y virlbroki out this ml-lung i h o occupied 1} ii n-tri i tion an 1 icjau depaitrm lit is m n line and iron-plate- shoi s The tire ij ikvixtin'ed il ngthe shafting and ouv u.....r- into the building No -liiccupinl as i f tt ikmill anlthewoikmeli v in oohnci' to 1 iinj tluough the windows to escaie V geu- c il al inn w is nil g in mil f >lir stiamers le 1, iig ng to tl i n ivy i ird department wiie qi i i on hand Despiti the eforts of the'tire- n i nd m mile guard tl e fire cMcnded into the michine shoi and help was the i calle I f r fiom this cit, The steamer Kear-ige and hose comianv v ere ininiediatelv, si nt ov el the ferrj on a steamboat, and wilh tl v-i u infoi-cemr nts the was continid to two bulling- The two buildings were built mlM-y-t and c ncted m a c.tib f ishi 11 the granite pillars being set npoiiaheavj f vundat MI a ,1 tbe lest of the building doii- strui ted of w ood Ininng the w ar Ihe build ings wire rr modelled and connected, making a building -itH) feet m length and (K. feet in width The loss is e-spected to reach MOO 000 Buildings Nos with contents, were entirely destroyed >o 4Ti vvas f ill of sawing and planing machmcrv, and 46 w as a ship iit- tmg shop Among the property destroyed was the furniture of the Jiimata now undi r re if the Lam as- .res The loss I Y Ho J inuar. f PL1C1 iitatives I-ffef 1 m li f I, n inl d at tl e thn tw I .rls Ird t, tl otn ir- Hllirv S i] x vv 11 1 ti up, i ir si, ret irv i I' H ,1 ik t, i i joiu-y speaker A Ihcrt Hi id w is 1111 Iv tin p, i irv -ic.ker ,i tnin mill K, >p i ecie'arv r mimt" i on i li ni al wa, aj i mid aj fi li vv, Mi -is 1) ds. u lid b- v'i Hmiilti 'i ami I (r, dont its Here hi I 'I n unllbic tee win ti w 01 k at o i i Mr H uhK Govern. I f, r half ail hi ur vv i, the iccess tbe h im, t 01 (i UtJ ti n ponrv oniccrsrlecicd w, re sw -n ill and the report of c nnlttie in ritdin als was pu ,ellti ,1 mil idoi Membirb tl 11 appe in 1 leforet] I oilsc sitb-cnbed ti the oa 1 and into OBII e ill Bver- of Lm is lonntj, mt-odiiced a rcsilution cliltmg tin re-' if the U mporarv othcirsoii the republic m side ml u was ado[ ti 1 Mr Dayton of Allamaki II ir re-olutioii from tne del w as adopted Temporarv officers were then sworn m and the house adjourned till J M tomorrow alter noon bar of tin eic sworn introdmei a sim- 101 lane side and it A CIG ST1UKK The Rolling Mill Oo Ont i bers Large Xa ueieralbl LHirs speech was confined en. t rcK to the c, nsiileratioii of the contestcil v ote- m the counties of Men ir and McDowell, __________i he takui" up the cases ind explaining and de- fc action of the majority of the com mituc Ho frequently interrupted by rcncral and at times the debate was o ,cv The coiiduding portion of his, vin, of a nohtiial nature and designed ap- nirentlT to justifv the contest proceedings hold that his arguments are The republicans, however as an apology for the wrong ..gi baud, and said unpresslv elv I will haul down tire American flag from niv ship God forgiv e me but I 11 do It I h >ve been master for thirty sears hut if this i-the justue dealt out here I'll sail under another flag I heu he i rowded his hat upon his head and stiode out the door Tbe commissioner said in rcplv______ The mperor's Birthday BFRIIN January emperor s birth- dav vvas cclobratr d with great festivity, and the city was decorated but the ram spoiled the effect of the d1 durations All the generals, headed li> on Mi Itkc and ill the ministers, b' ided bi 1'nnce Bismarck went to the palace and offered their congratnlafons Prince Bismarek, upon his appearance at the f the palace was greeted with a storm 01 hoehs ___ KnnikluiE ttt Saiislrary. LONDOS January Tunes' Lisbon correspondent -avs Te'egrw.is irom Mozaui bique announce that the lu'uonties are rapjdlv conforming to tbe ifa-q-us of Salis- bury's coinmainl- Ibe Standards Lisbon corrcopouflent says Eertiohcan anger and propositions for an alb anee with tbe States are duo to the re- Tort that Sagasta had declared to cortes that Spatii-was not to offend Kogland for tLo sake of Portugal, WORSE TH BirMlvaitiM Ala January Fspfcia A -tnke was ina-ugun-U-d at the Biniuiiglia _ according to 1 rolling mill today which promises to be a long i and bitter one before the trouble is adjusted I our hundred men we-it out the day shift went off, and as many more are expected The Snow fSAN iu the Pacific Railroad Haa Been Transformed Into Ice. FE4MISIO, January shift went o, an as ma I to follow at the end of the night shift Over one thousand men, mcluduig 1 clners are em ployed in the mill and mil all be thrown out of. work, and tlie null ohut down llie lag' at iil.l to fun i I- f tikeel, irgi ali- t rein i', t 1'atten.on V 111 MAIO-V Ga laninrv SJH-I i lost Saturdav tin an tin Slile umvi m u il tli, 1 Patterson of Mao n I <-r th. j a Id'-C'vS at the comiiii-n, e, in mxl I Mr Patterson wil ai tin- IK n r 1 Mtf'JN Ji nnn r ll the grand jury aji" nil Hi l comm.BK t, vacancies 11 nUui-s LpIK-rcitv r M Conner lov T I I-ane mev il rtirtnct I) II Park, r Howard di- ni t Bass and E J. Vn- Hazard J -I A and H J Bo-n ami r laivo, er I and F J 1'arki r I'.iitiand I A o irtj I literary tl rvA ru-en. riity. Godfrej Jem Holhsjind W 1 THI- tTlTAl'li he onW.r lariTto i me.., and the hm, Ogden and their pas.-engers tnasferred to the Taking Things fcasr bouthem route Tbe situation remans tbe firrt estimated The railroad companies did sp'endid work yesterday in getting the tracks leading out of tuts city repaired in tlie open air, playing accordions, and singing and enjoying tlieinselT royally g nght   

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