Atlanta Constitution, February 10, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Atlanta Constitution February 10, 1890

Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia Ir PRICE FIVE CENTS. IfflBNING, VOL. XXI. HATES HARBISON isio Tan DISTINGUISHED mDIANA MAN o W ent to tlie ClUcago Convenuon by 1> ,j of J.ortfc Carol.ua -Se Has Had J- noneh of the Clammy Statesman haps the worst disappoii i scekii n Vmenca, is H N C O-., Februarj 0 }-rer- d republican oftce- C Hunt, of Vsne He an alternate to the ClncaRo convtn m? mosed to North Carolina to, har troui In 1-ana, HC WOKKED ll 1 HeBot his delei-atiiu 1U1 i bin elected 1 as a llarnsoi, man for Harrison for his hut was n fused a'l VM> VOW HI' IS 1 11V HVMKU Sow he goes bai k to s m .He to his priv ate savs h, v ,11 s ump the state of diana m 18'B agaiuot the n publicans "Hceoconclnsion that tho pi hi i u iarlj is a buoule party and tl at un honest .1 m cumot p-.it c pate in its pract cal thi ds aud be honast more His un mentiusin.iir.a'-risim was equallj dc LF ONE Kh.FUBI.lr AN M.SS Vltiou I. the Aihex lie districts sends a 1C t.wart he, said P Ourp.ru in t, A Democratic Senator Brought in by the Sheriff Mont, 1-ebruary Tiroker the democratic absentee, arrested at Miles Citj Fndav, was brought into Helena on a special tram last night by Sheriff Parker When Bozomau was reached the democrats had Parker arrested for kidnapping, on a war- rant issued by a justice of the peace Parker did. not feel disposed to obej tho warrant, but the sheriff w ho sen ed the warrant was accom- panied by a crowd of Bozeman men, who w oula probalil} have taken the prisoner away had he lesistod He went to court and easily gav e bond for his appearance next w eek si ceil tram was then made up and trough. I'arker and Becker te Helena Beoker w as Lroi ght uito the senate which was in ses- 11 and the question whether or not he should fined for contempt was taken under consid- atioubytlie committee on privileges and eetions The presence of Becker makes a uorum and the senate will probably sit all tiitiuid i ass laws as it is expected other ocratic absentees will be present Monday o block the pioceedmgs I Met. VTING KEKI> S VILLAINY Dunns the session the senate passed the ght appropriation bills Becker the demo- ratie senator took no part m the proceedings ntwns counted present by the 1 eutenaut ovcrnor th quorum Terrible Oasaulty Town JNSVV OaiBivs, Fibioiary 9 A sad acciden tnisaftcnmon in Carrollton E gli jvs aH r cjuaj s r nu, vc s v h.ualc leal with tl, let L u 'h are press nf 1 is gre. vl, l Tin J aieusi, tl o w t power of tin ,i lu imslratioii to fill hll t ic 'eims of thiir to uiai ooth to the lot te v and to ai mouth W Til S RK, OKD In the Jiitaiitime tlie charges of officiil and ev cry, tier km-1 rCcilliptivU aro .iLignli armonlh and m a Idlti n thci is a iTr-oanld torininc t hli0itnm fn m Toms in e ,11111 1 1 emtu uitti n t the h tier ml I- at under his l' famous ruin ft, co uiiur jf Louisiuii m tho dvsi t ba r i e i id the doiliniat on of m gro leg v t7j I, tn w is 1 ted an 1 the s ,to nit the most n vh ss e-ctrav lKan Iheir course le thorn bet veeii two emptj coal barges lying a the heul if Octavia street was >ug c irreiitriminiig at the time, and dpspit .eircforts tho yaw s were hurled by tho cur rent against the baiges, cvmiiig both boat, to upset and sev en of i yontli were thrown into owiiel Iheirnanus we-0 d seventeen f tour. sixteen ,ht unfortnnat the fin n, v t new states ind f N 1 ItlOll of t inide the opp ne u s i, nfirma i n Now Oi t ins N ith Dik r, 1 tterj 1 ill rv u is n its no.iud of Jle-h r i es t tl u i bill to sec ire a fo t M ut HN r ii n nt CM h f-eu, LOI Ib r, 1 11 sliuon Fl 1 flltiti, i-I.nit tli rtecn Wilton I! b a d so il the r tho bo it who osii'ied sa Ivr-t, bin'onto 0110 of tho overtuined biats farbeon recov ored AN onl5 ed himself It isTheTutention of the n the subject may be reached ot probable that ;hervv ise than by pon them prov ided the minority are afforded hat they regard as reasonable time for I.KASV 6a February 9 Polk Newton, the colored man who v-as to have been hauled two weeks ago, but who obtained a respite, has beeu hurriedly removed to Al- Orleans that his case r sailed tor i 1 belie ileans has wntten a letter to t apt ea'mg for pel-mils on to i Ihe republican majonty i attitude thogov ernment has taken deciding up, n a.simple baiiy jail B death of two citizens of the county, who woum'ed durn g the not raised by the on the dav fixed for the execution so enraged the people that tl e-, threatened to lynch Newton To nrev ent this the prisoner was remov ed to a place of safety HISTOK1 OF THE CRIME The crime forwluch Polk s hfe is in peril occurred on the night of the Oth of Juno, ISb1) As is usual, a v oman was at the bottom of it Dixon, the negro whom Ixew ton shot and killed; was a tu-pentme hand, working for Mr James N ce, on his farm near vYilliam.sb.irg came fro-n some tunieiu.ne farm on the Brunswick and estern railroad, and brought with him orian with whom he hied his Tlie Jee I ntl They Sink Into tb. KIM N "i lebruirv ter i't v in. cs from bore when tie ice whiv-hwisbul a k avo.ttJ and thi l.t'le on, h i peiiod before a v ote is rcac'ic 1 upon ,t The author has yet finished his speech, and a number of senators aie ready to follow him with set speeches on the same subject The bill of Senator IHtr, toor- g a ten t ni.l governmoiu fo. Oklahoma, will pnbibly be disposed of in boms an 1 any old ends of timo and ev Governor W ini.outi to bciollpctoiof customs at N, w Oilcans all of which "ie subjp, t of controveisj mr rti m of the small editions of the new C'nca- .aig.ni.islthisdispsal into tho southern suit lie finds it impossible to furnish more 63 111 CO11- the monuiig tl crcm re- iisceHaneous ous ardor of voutn THE BURIAL OF Imposlns EcmorsT to the Late Captain HAV A-VA, February 9 -Tlie tuneral of Gen- eral bamanai a late capta'ii general of Out a fook i lace today with splendid ceremome- Tne rente from the KK to the cemeteiy wa wife Newton was also m the employ of Mr Price and sh irtlj after Dixon and his alVged wife carro to Wilhamsburg cast longing eyes on the latter and i aid her considerable atten- tion, which she apj eared to rehbh, and which iiirtamod her eara Hour s jealousy to fov er About 120 doe k on the d iv of the killing Dixoii met Newton, and warned him against the woman further attention Tlios" parted and Newton went off and secured a single bai-iv.1 ed shotgun win- ho cl avodwith a beavj load, and avowed his intention of killing TKK SI, CIT w: Vbout dark on the s in e day the two met m 1 the dilhcultj being renewed Now turne 1 loose Ins fnscc w th the result tin )IMOU died in aihi} o-two from the wound iflciel Newton was immediately taken m ustodv by a posse of white mon who with him to the conntv jail [organ tlus-'Hr-ioon fow.ic-usll fow.ic-usll ek Ravo.ttJ nil itarod into the w iter Their shouts en he ad by tho members ot the family M.o Ined mar Ij and the fitl er mil uther rlsl, d to the rescu, By the time tu liem thr ig'i the sen r arj of w v, smaLOTbOr represcutat V laigi. edition is to he printed at an earl} da> _____ ot mtirens The praise the late cap' Thanking tl.e S- iss Minister. laboi onestion KOMK Fcb-nary STISS m nistor at the (In HI, of the op 11 tint bwiUcr- laiid v il' labor c, coiifi reuce will be moio acceptable to tue powers especiall} Sure Cure foi Hydrophobia. 1' accept the German invitation to the rfpn-kce but thinks that the Sw, s uce will be moio acceptable to the especiall} Sure Cure foi Hydrophobia. lebruary Bokai, a pro- lessor at ty, cl-urns to have discovered an ab.oluttly certain .onto The 1 t irn tie tint 1 t san 1 I Elssil 1 V tl touiorr i b it i c ,n p 1 h himself I i 'i tliolV s v hn li hu ha i he I pi 1 ti plum er v BHII i. H vnrKn wh ir, f ,1 t ng 1 nu als i i ivid a 1 rilio f i no 1 un In 1 tli u 11 s ti aid tie ]issa0eff he Vis- in M ,1 n l ul ll com! ti rain riuvel ton nil ml oil sijs tl e 1, tt, ij b 11 will l issl use w llic g veil i s CM c id veto le ev ed tl e 1, f slat lie w i 1 tie pannts icarhed the lake-the children la 1 'lis n d tho i Tho rrotl er w-th the tl I'ht of tho Air S thonatu u, ted to retch w.to anlhe t o w xs li.wml Hie entuo r iswiod out ot CV.ISJMHI lo hUiui iHdsif 10, about the ici i f >i J> j_i agi by tbo flood 1 i iiiv water poiunt a n ugh esti b> the 11 inc'-v ill th, mills is el in bj the curie, t 1 si Da. Ol f es I I1 In, red lei fai mite i T the 1 u li hit t'lemac cu tho Buhii t it e ill 111 r Iwcntj seven essays fr u ill parts if th con Hry wcio received jiumitteoof aw u i decided th it owing to tho en ial nu its of the iys ot Mi llliam i hbj and Miss M O Dot.raffcme.d both ot Waslnngt, n D C the prize sho il 1 lie duided e mall} between them Mi nitive of Alexandria A a Fowos giadutted at the Washington Hi h sen ol received the degree of A B in Juno at the J dm Hopkins iimveisitj, whoioho wasavvai led ail honoiary Hopkins h.1 for three successive years, and is uo v a losuleiit of Washington M ss M C DeOrarfenrei 1 comos of an old Bouthern famil} she lit is. If benu a intiv c i f Georgia Baring the list alarmist-ration she BK WE IS Jilt And Will Have To Koturu to Tennessee for Oiun. 'sob lelmiarj j- ilium T Burnt who is waitil for tl.e miirler of J II Lemon a passenger C-" duet r oil tip I ouisv illo and N i il ol.i er b s ation lenu rinence, a s i all n Ust uulit He w is, emi lojeJ cutter villo w is 11 res od at ,rth of Omaha. because ho wonll not cairy him bcjonl station to winch ho had purchased a ticket Tic is also suppoei' to bo i-nplic--ted murder of moiit a 3 ca' sev eral negroes AH YTJtVVAI.l'.I To be "V Methodist feniirssce sheriff iiamod Ecu r ago and is knowi to have killc V LKSITK. asl.li.ton liy th Citorria l.unng LIIB was on the recoinmoiidati, 11 jf Jus- tice I an ar of the supremo court to tho do pirt, ent if Hbor at Wishmuton, and she t 11 oceup es this position ___ KOTJGH Tf'H.s. VT SFA The Ocean Steamships Keport a Number of Acculi nts Fibruuv'l abg i'eet of eean steamships arnved this morning and niar'yevcrv olio brought mteiebtmg liows ill rel it 011 to stormy times at sea 1 ho Oioiioco had a v oj from Bor 111T he TJW or Hill, from London sighted the b ice hold that has bofn reported so often bj the otlcr steamers fane had the somewhat novel experience f sailing nearly a whole day over a sol that had siarcely a ripple upon it The next la} she passe 1 hve icebergs The Umbna sighted several ico fields and bergs but had nothing v erj exciting to report ab Hit rough seas Lo- DO> Febinarj 0 Greek steame- fspvridioii Vagleano from Constantinople, has been wrecked near 1 olu outh Eight persons wore aved The car vu of the vessel was drowned and thirteen others aie missing NORFOLK, Feb-aary" -The sloop fiolden Rule of 1'rrtsui, u I, 1 jaded with ters sunk on the east s le ut Ljnn Haven bay last mght and Captain Andrew Jorcs was frozen to death_______ The Affairs of the iomax Bank. New ORK Febmarv 1-Mr Jordan has made tho following statement of the Lomaxlii U bank tonight He said the bank would re- sunte business tomorrow Assets m cash S5b 7b1 bills discounted and loans JBO -.in-a. assets SlOp.OOO, due depositors S213 083, banks, place of WASHINGTON Februiry 0 Post w announce tomoriow moriimcc t'nt the Meth dist church iiitcn Is to fouii 1 a nat on il un versty m this i >y ami that arrangenicn arc in .king for tho purchase of a innotj ac tract of land on Teimally town road.near Oa v ie v, ex Preside it We eland s country hon as the sight for the univeisity I ishop Hurst res donee is in this cit is at tho head of the rnov emont and has pa in option of f 10 000 on the whet to be sold for S1UO OOP_________ I.EC.ISL VTION The Mississippi I.eKlslaturo Closing Up I JACKSON, Miss Februarv 9 FSnecial view ef the calling of a convention, the M sippi legislative is hurrying to adjournme d is not doing much law making, except a local nature It does not now appear th sissippi but while cro sing Tachitta crook the CovROEcE, Ga., Februnij [Special Arthur Alfred StocE-.Toll, thirteen vears old. arrived m Cordeic from. ork cit} at 12 JJ last night, ami toda} has heeu the attraction aS the Hotc'de Hamilton -Arthur tells a won- derful tale of hia trav elt -n cti ork to> Cordele His own story Js as tol'ov s "Jly name is Arthur Alfred Stockwell, and my mother and stepfather, Mr -and Mrs Rich- ard Fields at tlie corner of Twentj third aiidbeventh avenue, New titj My stepfather was not kind to me. auit when I saw the advertisement of a firm m Florida winch proposes to employ bovs, I dev idod to> nmawaj md go the re I left New or s. eight days ago With two dollars, and have rnadu my wav th.s fir without an; other moai-v I was put off the train he-e last mght and here I ari When asked if his mother wouldii the greatly troubled nbo.lt bun, he said "I guess not She knew I was coming but she d dil t kn w when I left Mr O H Tommy is taking care of the I ttls fellow at tho Hotel de Hamilton until some- thing can be found out aVjul him lie u un- usually br gbt and not at all timid Ho well bleat and is a fine specimen of a healthy boy. DEATH OF SI The Sudden Close of a DUtinsrilshed reer HtRxovY GROVE, (ra February cial fbe death of Colonel 3 B Silunn a. prominent citizen and leading lawyer of Jef- ferson, Ga m the court house Satardav after- noon, dunng the tr- .1 ot a case in which ha was inten sted w as inito a severe blow to hl3 fr ends. The causi of his death was ilropsv of the 1 eart The d, ce vsed w as the most promi- nent man In J-cksrn county ha ng boea elected several times to represent the people m -the legislature He w -is also elected an alter- nate delegate to tho last democratic presiden- tial convention He w as one of the authon, and at the time of his doatii, th 1 w. re au.u-m.s p rhatr mil 0 rtrrain foi a noble Newf jundlai Id" Mr H Dicknism UI.WMI nt Ihe d t, swam in 1 it .11 the hats bo n an 1 broag'it the hats of tl shore, alfcving the others to float away, after sniffing tTictr ecent________ PAiilb lebnarj -Thp f rrucr palaro Mirnie-it t n u in'' of Osborue The loss is p iced at ,4U "00 veil toll tins .ninth it tho must ho UKht s it w is lix, d toi a side all the uey Johnson could ru e and all tho gate oipto It tm lied out to be a great hglit csuiigthreplKursaiiJ twelve minutes uld have been going on }ct rnval of th, tram THE VIE-, ON THF 11 ELD In the first r mud Low en rushed his man nd knocked him down three times punishing im severely around the hodv but not smh and hilt for the knock him out He was not hurt It-llli Lrl) IV'I'" lit ut exhausted las v Igor m one round, and w as ot strong enough at any future time to de touch After the first round Jowen continued to force the flghtin? hut his ducky loads met with clinchers and Johnson s -lever upper cuts in the face THE CLOSING CF This continued until the sixth round, when Bow en cut Ins ovo against a rough siake in a clmc i and ha 1 his lip cut in the two fo low- e round, Mter that ho wait-d for Johns, n nd as tho latter could not be coerced or abused into doing it, the fight lasted for f rty thice rounds without beinj finished TBE BII I. WAS An InterestmE Case Keticled In the Tennessee Supreme Court NASHVH.IE Tenn February The supreme court bos decided a case m which it was attempted to hold the state m surance commissioner responsible for losses in insurance companies licensed by him Ine stvle of the case was tho state on relation of W Davis etal, vs Atha Thomas et al, defendant As state treasurerand ex-omrao state insurance commissioner, be issued a I'censem 1887 to the >orthw estern Insurance company, and complainant sustained a loss in the same which he was unable of 1 f IU to t IT anil linng _ou taly 1K- ti the d irk o, o nltps to tho The Nesrroes Around blac'tshcar D.hcuiw mg the Situation Bl Ga Ti, Jitu j'J al] Bl ickshcar i egroes ire taking a livilj lute rest in tho nee iuv this niom ng Imol He mi g w i' bank HE h lese of 1 AI I his psl. r is v li paw i an 1 1 ,n 1 ill jii-it f snigclir cu r H, n iinn I ut just ,ra alh md leul, Hi 1 ill aou seemed anxious w hurry the opining of the door andI exit there fro n I could not sleep that mght i nave St just before and s-nce that day I am anuoy- ine you Fosgn e me if I hav e Forpv e me love that has grown upon me and horri- f es me when I allow to think of it as 1 for me that I may ov ercome it and believe me when I promise to try to avoid giv- ing vou annoyance I hav e refrained from w I met tins morning at your time of going for fear of annoying you in that way, but I could not help going this morning m the hope of seeing you Again forgive this and destroy thus at once I know I am wrong, but I have suffered so much The husband also published with the letter the following certificate from Mr feturgis 1 certify that m my letter to Mrs J used the words I have refrained from going w here we met this morning at your time of go- ve-vrv 11 f laptain and t'ie% av hne in f bers In 1 ri d n -V ih divis- rms arn i i today, I i nplettt set ot id of sixtein n adP for the, heierm of the lodge of the. i-cbruar} [Sppcial HIP Thr naueska _ .iimViake the Hc_would run well joints About ArousTA Oa Februarj 9 the Chnstian churpb today feev Calvm S Blackwell was pastor for one year acw- In the First Presbytenan churrh the tei bv Kev Dr Pmnkpt excising h om centnSundaj school and lecture ro the terras bv Kev ur jriuiim-t Fromcenain Sundaj school and lecture room dutTes on account health were applied to and his acceptance of their call was an nounced a____ __ Cansht Under a Falling Tree. L MOK POI-T, Ga Februarj 9 A senous and fatal accident occurred on Mr w F Darant s place, two miles from here yesterday A negro man was at work on the plantation and the wind blowing prett} hard Hewascaught under tree and crushed so badly that he died last night He Is Bv.r.iPinc.i' Tl f ir TI bnrg h i i h. __ and other aiitl bntlges ot e-caminer, would be cashier Nauzaudt. g for fear of annoying you in that way, my plicit and only meaning as to the place of Sturis 'STand wdal c m Augusta, ne KH.I.ED AND BRUISED. A Train Throwm OH the Tract by Spreading SHORT TELEGRAMS. MOTHTIMU The stock, of dryg to Messrs. Va February 9 -At 1 o_clock last mght passenger tram Ko S, which left here at 5 tai Bristol, was thrown from the SST- Northampton county, messenger was M led The car was demolished and B Buzton, of tiynchburg and B. Ll5olBeoiord county, were fatally thelatter-sleg hemg hroken.3. S. Barney of Bristol, conductor, Adams, of Lynchburg, baggage master and a lad? and little chilS, whose names and residences could not learned, were rajaied- ioe The Florida Mefcin Growers. orgSiation faiown as the Melon Growers s elected Fnday flight lars. The sMres John J J the Rome The Brave Deserve the 1 113 euirently J Georgia regrment man, left. Found Dead on the Street. __ eighty-two yeara old. Ni-M'SPAPFRl ;

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Publication: Atlanta Constitution

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Issue Date: February 10, 1890

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