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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CON iSTl' VOL. XXL ATLANTA. GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 189O. PRICE FIVE CLN TS. BUCK'S POOR TIPS waicn THE .BEEY THE CARPET-BAGGER'S CAREER Jtfav Cut Short Because of His T aok of President Hnklpff fersonai Inquiries toH-elpHiinself. February 11 rSpoo i VSHtNGTON Th. count in ot t Buck s billv ?oat namesake at tht Gress zoo being rippe 1 up the bark" In Mi MuM on the b ting bear was r ul with great intercut bj Georgians here Ii I. el tht. unanimous opinion here is th it the illicinbossbilK his reubcd the end f heroic aid th U he will soon fan d hini- eelf nil t 1 UP tho lik 1 v thit adinmis tritim He will inul no longer the n public m Txss 111 F Gc r_.ii rtpi bluaHshcre say, will be sue ces> r i-, i In rin in i f tho le.mbhcau c i 11 iHe He will le fie cliuiLC of the bet ti r 1 merit of IH Georgia, and Jio the imii by some Of the cic it republicans of Georgia %rho ha1- o within ten jears last taken little Sntcr t n politics Some of these men haie U n h re rtcfMitlv and thrown a blight 1 J l tht -ituition in Georgia 1SUN MJl 1LE1SKL> It als comes straight that en Harrison is Ipin a few tl u ?i an 1 tnit Buck s mrtu eiue with tie adininiv.tr i i m in future will not be powerful as it his been in tht past Seeing his to "tet certain Georgia c t with-worthless nocr povtnastcrs some jr iiiinent republic uis and hvli tan ft OLIII wrtteii 1 UP and gn en the aliuni -tr ition some gucjd which IB is passible will be adopted" In that event juititr Vthens or will e negro j n istors although the AuicneOS one has 1 i i nted However his confirmation L tl L t mite is pending AN W A.KLK. APOI OG1ZFS Mt taken occasion to apol 0 f i hismeui nfi M IKC tt is in his 1 t t wnh Mr C irlton He sat. I Mr C t id that it was sun j i i Ul as a joke u I i t w w ery sorrj t t L i ub leitj hi-, st iti i tent had gained M um mkcr has seen all tho coninn nts of tl t t t i pieSf> on 1 mi rt cr ntlj and has re c 1 j ti c nun 1 cr of If trcis from Georgia in uiu st it tint his business houses ir i 1 I b b w tie 1 if pt stmosters were 1 n ILL issery sole about ti matur and lias been profu-so in his u u to Senator aud other us who ealled U the department to- he no object in making s invwhere an 1 he does not intend to of course was compelled to look t iion f his own party to recommend men f r th e and if nn icceptable persons had I d i cue 1 em i in in ended ho would be glad to make si it il i appt-iiitments, but of course, intended tr g tl t republicans fcti i a.ti r Ct Iquitt sajs he feels erv confident chat the aj pomtmeiit of Dudlej as postmaster at V nern us ill be w ithdrawn In th it tho i ootofhce will go to Colonel Jack trow us son who is a resident of Imenctis Iivdoe uianKiker left tho m, roswon tho nun N L those who c tiled today tliat he wmil i tint put any negroes in important Geor i st tlbees IIov ever they will know iefin t( y in a f ew days sFNVTOI BI A.IR I ONCl SPkCCH St n it >r blair has 1   Imli e I tl e r j i ncnls of the bill ait. w r' n _r qmetlj I ut to dcTt U it 511 tu DC f into S i u rl mlkiier of eit A v i 1 u u i-v In I cl o I tl i 1 ill u t u 1 be Uc itt 1 bj die 01 two tes He h is m i le a th i of tlic senate and is cert im f f i te-> a_imst it while 1 o ft els Mry c nhd it th ib his will bo swelled to foitj fo i Inch will be UK 10 tl an arc iKeessan. to kill it "Sf ill tlie boutheiii ttnatds ill -vote i i t it his t me Iiiutc 1 fcciaui Col unit u 1 Ilanij n will jiobihlj U >rs who will c lot JU I E'S Ins boon iniler dis tin houssC bit tin ro Tiding that the general debate shall proceed until to-morrow after -which the code shall be considered under the five minute rule until 5 o'clock Fndaj, when the previous question shall be considered aa ordered This resolution was adopted without objer tion and Mr Cannon good nattiredly crossed to tho demociatic side and congratulated his colleague upon its snccess After an hour 3 discussion the house com mittee on elections this morning, by a str.ct Eart> decided to recommend that tlie unseat Pendleton and seat Atkinson as representative from tl e West Virginia dis-nct Chairman liowell will present the majority itport to the house as soun as the rules are disposed of, and probablj 'Mr O I cr rail will submit the the ininont-v In his opinion the rights of Bhe muiouty ended when that minority shad ex- pressed its opposition to thcJmeasuEe had re coriltd its it and had protested to the eon n try He knew of no other God or constitution gneu right of the minoritj He contended that the proposed ru3c-> in stead of vesting power 111 the speakei ould pre-veut the one man power from tlu house as bad been the cise in the firtj ninth and the spetker ha 1 declined to niotions for the pis- of the tobart o tat bill the Blair e luca tionil bill and the general pension, bills The dtmoerits were heie today to obstruct tion Mr Holmaii of Indiana rl araetciired tho proposed code as being a complete revolution in parliament.11 m >ceedure, oxtraordmirj m itschu-attei lit espieiall} I tho clause pr that 100 members shall con stitute a quorum m committee of whole dc- clai iig that this proMSion would place g at appropriation bills at Jic mercy of a of the majontv He spoke of biuns upon w lach resort t ni the els had been f f beiioht to the ci miLiv and referird with much emph isis to tht, de feat of tht f ice bill bj the minority x nder tuc lead of Suiuul J lUndall an 1 le de clarfd that Mr Kind til s couiscattbit tin e woul t n own 1 ii menu ry with honor ai as the icctrtU v, t uld Mr tf Illinois defended the T -o- posod code and the ncccssifv of tho mles which to theiiitijontj power to t action Mr Hatch of M an said tl at ho w oiill nrt U tempt to argue in detail tho lalitil mil lolc, nt changes in the ruli s Ho made w jr upjn it a (hanare in the of tl e pn ti hire of the lu use because be thoivnt that lie could bee the bcbni 1 it Reed rcprt entcd mine tuU and fairU tl in anv otl i man the in I pnrpuae and determin iti 11 of his tlcmen on tho otheisido ban s ud th it the only ri lit of tho imiuiit were to d seuss inu iumnd but as fai ao the kmoi latic miu iity waseoncerne-d 0110 of their unhU was 11110 ttct the public trtasurj Mi Me A.doo of NLW Jersey iiitifion I tlu rult s as to the speikcr the to j Igt, the C( HSCH uce of a HK nbtr to impugn his personal honor u> well is to icsli t Jus, jicrsonai rights I't n luv fnithei del Uc the house (in ac r idanic witli tlu res< Inti m d 1 Mi Sprmg( r) it o le I t iok a loceisa ui t I 11 o eloek to-moirow The dcbite on ill rontiimo to-m< i row 5 o clock the house will take a roci ss until 8 o clock v, hen URSIOTI on the democr-itie side will be Closed by Messr-, Carlisle and Springer TAYLOR TOO BBASH. COLOBED OA ARD DINES AT THE RIGGS HOTEL Congressman Grimes, WTio Happens to Be His Tis-a-% Is, Qoits the Gen- uine Gossip. Atlanta s colored lawyer has succeeded at last in getting before the public He took a seat at the same table with Con- gressman Gnmes in a aslungton hotel jesterday Taylor finished his meal, but Sir Cannes did not In fact, Mr Grimes will hereafter take ins meals at another hotel, nhile the Riggs house will be left to and his friends HA WES' SECOND WIFE WKO8E POSSESSION ME SLEW SIS FIRST, TELLS THE STORY OF HEKMARRIAGE And Utterly Kepadmtes Hawes as a -V Bathetic Trial of John News. occa fihbustei AfcKAID OF THE VTS The Republicans nl ill !'is OerrynianderlnK 11 Vmong the bills introduced for icleronec was one bj Mr fierce to crea'o an agrictiltural commission to the dpi ra cj i dition of the nu-eiesto of tl o roi T Mr Hoar introduce 1 T b 11 t pi< nit in part tl o man icr 01 the etrti n of meml eis ej concjrtss and it v as refcircd to t e c 11111 net 011 prmleges ml tic ions It pit that in all statts tf Hi I i it 1 K 1c i pis ita s t c n_ t sli ill 1 f i tl 1 n w 1 rest nl 1 U i i til ai i; p rl nment f Hi it ii l I ill lit T i c< ic tikt 0 bo p l e the uth thLii tts f r this 1 11 THK Tho nrw eodo t i Ic s n ki ni h n no exnte neiit uid tho n aj mty of 1 11 en to emptj bfiuhc- 1 Ritd s In utrm it Cannon of Illinois trie I to gi., the dem crits and stop debate 1 inti id a rt ol iti n to at 1 o clock t morrow Keed hil ordered this but Ins own party ould not sustain linn, amt adopted an amendment offered Springer a deniociU f r tho to h  i hetred lum tl wii Heed had notified en rt i ubhciii sick or well to be present il he i ow feais that v ui hug to (he r i s Uu f s st s h K xtt n i n Jtw Ul nulu c, Mi II ir st I 1 tl it t] c T ir 1 a 1 bo I in tl ut i laitirs tint tin rr- IK HI atl mpt t i i1 c i i pi c t it ti ts (to t ik t (T t i t n I in t soi e 11 es in U e mtt OIK tr tl f tin n tlit st nsus Ihi bill i r M.I! le ul in tin tcr st of ji ti I ai h t ill si ittb th i untl i tin c jistituti nixl )wtr t> r H HI uul altei tho nmdc- ti tl in ietins th it i'l eUttu.ns of i ICM nt itiwi f< i tho congress units new M )i itu nt be l rt lously uiad( s! T41 LOR IS is somewhat of a ginger cxkc color Ho w as born jeais ago in Alabama Vlwajs polite and possessed olosufficient AI- he knew on which side his bread w is bu t terecl Senator Pugh of bama aid  in securing an education, and later 011 when a mimstei to Libciia was antcil the st inter recommended Taylor to Pi trident e mid id thus it bee xme lion C H J Taj loi Ihe ohniatc did not agree with the coloied state 11111 and lie letumeJ. to America He practice I 1 xw in K uisab Cit-s was in demand ai a democratic campaign orator and 1 sn oolh sa-lmg generally He -wound up by Ii citing in Atlanta be was bj bench and bar HIS AOUTHEIIN TRIP The one we ikness about Taylor w i ins er Aeemnsf nesuo vn nf from on ery occasion He had irticles for new spipers and resolutions foi always m soak He left tin c ty ks ago to aUen 1 the coloret contention 111 Ghicigo He promptly with Hi bill buil In at Iju linpto rhe s nateatlotN tun of tl o bill to tr it for the Urntorv i 11 1 i ol i tvt m sluOOOO for a public la TATS passed k rt urn-1 1 coiisi Icra ilt i temponiv go t 11 f Okl ihom Of tl O SICk OUt tom rr at 1 o cl ck he will ft uiialle 11 on I i ul iv ich a lato hour as o I tk a iti ublic ui quorum resent He it> anxioi s to pass Ins inles witht ut resoit t the irlitrary xn I mice n titutioiml p ei of tountnip, a i rum i rt sent when i fjuo jinn is n t reeoide 1 is otn u Jh, JL> A ICTOlii 1 OK Snp- Kt public an- tbo pif-xiiq; (.as Law W YSHINGTUN tt bi H jouni of ij s j n ct c I n., t nt umtu tho -xi tl i ote. t u h h tho sj caker c I a qi rtun as rt i I Iht dtm cratswoull n t bj tlieir sileiic' vrquif see 111 its apj ro a! u d i loll ill w is reii eif.il net It was 1 >0 nijs 1 (Mi buekilew) iht sj e ikt r counting a (juorum Mr inndi of Illinois callo 1 up for con si It rati 11 tl o i roposeel code of rules and he ojered i ies< Union j i Ini4 that general tk bite shill lo t at 1 j lock toi lorrow and tliat (after tltbato und( i the imiiutcs rule) lie prr M i u--ti n hall bo considered is ji U ltd at 4 i el ck U i u rr w i0 irons j re tests enttmg off discus s n 111 such shrit ti lei wore made bv Messrs M Mil 111 H uis-er bpnn0eiT Met ami 3 wei but the1, weretf no effect and Mr t ai iion 1 iht previous question But tl f 1 would IK t s ist uu this dc uiami imnv rcitihhexi s tt I u it Ihe tie n ind was rejected. 1.) the. ote of jS Lo 1-t" Air bjui immeliatel claimrd the flonr Mi t im u uei 1 led to it He mt li in" h  M Pluml to comprise No M in s Land within the limit f the piopose 1 tieiti, The bill w is tl 1 until 2 cK tk in i tluii went till Um without action on the amen luicnt as t No Alan b I and 1 ho seiia e then tot k i p the e lucatu nil bill and Mi Blair c t as niaint uning aburt m of n to s[ ic 1 1 abioid rmsrepre entatioiib in rcgird to the bill Mi Jb rse put the question to Mi whether the state t f Texas with a suiilnsof 000 (XX) andtOOUOOfOatres f uubl c lauds making a gr in I total of tHX) that could be used for cdur vtional TIIJ help fiom the mt nt to edu ate 1 ei hildren Mi BUir tkrlxr .1 Ins disbelief of Mr 1 s st ifi meiit xn 1 said it did IK r ICIH recent anjth 114 like tlu actual condition of Texts He tli I IH t Know what tlie st c "f lexas mi Jit net tl 1 ut he di I u o that i t one half of tho children oE lex is atten led stho >1 at all ithdut ooncluling h s opening BTr BHu Mt Itled to a mot n t  that pui pest, the senate U t 10 al) lined drew fiom the bodj because there ere en Ji southern >es m it Passing c wan! ho into tin islnngtoii coinention IT rt he had a speech to mal e an I ie 1 it in to offer He got into the Ass ei itt I and was juicy mtat for the specul cor ie pondent it tli f How nip story gn es the latest "W itbrnirj 11 il C H J Tuyli r At la iti s colored law 3 ei tho cause of a Centime sensation here I 0111114 lie slrrkel the gin sts of the h uso one t f t! c m st swell hotels in Mrxsli instill wall ing into the h t 1 xnd tikm dtnnri He was the guest of who has a big claim be f  should be censuied for making him his guest at the hotel 4 4 SF-SSIBTE NKGRO T is not w ithout his recompense, how is i rominent northern papers him taffj frtelj Ihe New loik Heiald prints the follow ing elitoiixl I Tailor of Atlanta a wol! known CoLt-ffEus, Miss Fehruary 11 Since Dack Hawes was taken from the side of his bride of sis hours to answer the charge of mnrtlering his first wife and his two children scores reporters and correspondents hare tried in vain to interview the joung ladj he married THE LADY'S STORY Miss MayS Store5 that was her maiden name is now Inmg quietlj at the home of her arents m this citj Here yourcorrespcudent, j strategy seemed in which she elK the whole storj how she once Dick law es, and low she hated him she d of his crimes When she first com- tenced to talk about the affair, sbo said "I ti j to forget People say I bear up but I had to do it If I had given aj to the tcinble that -vi as breaking my eart, it would killed my old athci "i ou know he opposed the laauago, ,aiid when the blow came t aim ML killed him For bis sake I nod to bear it bravely The subject is itntunel at home now seen hairs? lhat awful trouble caused it9 Do I tliat man? no' God forbid' I hate him He is he man I loied I i man who looked ike Mr Hawes, but I never losed a fiend in human shape HOW HK CAME TO HKR Then she described at length how Hawes had lepresented that he was a widower with _inly one child, and how he even her ather bj exhibiting a bogus decree of di% orre She told of the wedding and how happy she as w hen they started 011 their bridal tour Vrhen Hawes was arrested on their ar- rnil in Birmingham he sent her to a i, in charge of a friend aud it two hours befoie she told of tho charge against hun Speaking of .his sjie said I could not it It seemed too hor ble I tlioi ght I was dn aniingr That night I did not close my ejesm sleep my bi -in was 111 a w hul I did not know what to e or v, hat to do As long as I remaine in Birmingham I seemed to be in some sort of horrible trance My father had theard of it all In fact, he bad heard about it before I knew the truth, and he telegraphed me to come home I reached home at seemed ail age since T left found a re lief in tears It was several dajs before I :f uld think the matter calmly or talk ibout it Oh, it was terrible, temble I read the all about the finding of those bodies in the lake of the terrible not at the crythn g Koo-d all the ideuce against Mr Haw es, mj husband HK WAS A MONSTER TUeu mj dream was o-ver The man I loved w as dead, and m his place I saw a mon in iiuiuait iinupe AH tlic love lu mjr l   to do aus uiig to win such a pme bhc of that rare type of southtni Iteautj, of hich the poets and iimeli-itii She not tall but as grace ful a Greek godde-w !er kali is a beautiful glossy brown with olden gleams here and tlu re as the light falls n it Her are a beautif il dark brown, d are shaded with ht and .lies Ihev Hash with inte and as be talks tliej become won lerfulK JOHN W TRIVL Has Been Postponed Consc-nt Cntll the Seventeenth Instant I cbruar> 11 il he preliminary trial of nu b is ag nn een postponed By agreement eeii the ohcitor and yl> s attorney the cose -was asbcd until the 17th Tim Hawes bad another intcn icw w th Dick odaj, but the prisoner had little to ay and old riotlmi-j new IS JOHN TTTI.Y is a I.j a. Loitlnl trtitritlgc Through the >Iails i.sHivtTTOv I obniarv Senator Ing ills s mail contained a small pine wiapped box four long two inches wide nnl a httle more th tn in in h thirl On bi ing opened tlir w as f uml tt coiitxui one  vas 111 charge of tl o icsolution (Laugliter deiiioei its were jubilant their vic- toi and as Mr Springer arose to make a mo- tion he was greeted many of his colleagues as I cjig in cliirge of the propsed new code V Mr bpncgei then, offered a resolution pro- Sen xtoi 11 >t alarnift 1 ut the co i ttiith of his mail but both he and his secretary thougbMt prudint to J the cartridge cftie f ullv asthtrewas a possibility that it minht be more destructne than an cartiulge a slight fear that the powder ind shot ha% e been extracted from the shell ind replaced some pow The senator, tl e l e ojiiuioii that it was a plain buckshot artri Ige and it, is reported, subsequently as- ceitamed this lobe a iact b> open the buckshot and a shell repealing mno charge of powder E% en this it was thought not a paiUcularly pleasant present, and the joke may turn out to be a serious one for the peipetrator oi, itis a violatioi of the postal laws to send es mails A Colliery Shat ASHLAND Pa February 11 Phila- delphia aud Reading company s North Asland colliery shut down indefinitely today throw- ing tn e hundred men and boys out ol em- >tr lawjer ne ot tho few of his race w mt ti ber f tho bar the BUJ re me ourt was a di ite t the loeent negro t tntion at ington Ht Is ns a verj interesting letter whicli we print in whicli lie shows now the t n ti m w as made np and the diff erent opinions held in it He asserts that a considera ble i ropt rtion of the delegates represented no t ut w rr te their own credentials th it f >r ince the delegate for Oklahoma richer Oklahoma iml that a number of 0 wh jtn he names were oflice seek er-. on ID Washington I-or this reason he thinks it a mistake m the lleriltl to r jrarel tins contention as in anv wa> ri rt the colored people of the countrj Mr ir atUU some, remarks upon the situ at i jf the southern negroes and tlieir re'ations tu the whites which are so that the convnntion would haie done well to be guided by lum and who tlmik with him It is t> know that there are two opin 1 ainoup: the blacks on political questions and t iat Un.re are men of like Mr Taylor w lio totally witn the action of the rcecnt contention wish much tliat Mr Tavlor nnd men of his stamp would call a convention and asntn- oi hards on their side Senator Edmonds s ttali School Bill. M February 11 bill intro- duced bv Senator Edmunds today to pro's ide a public school system for L tab is a most elabo- rate and comprehend e measure and with great minuteness about all the legis- lation necessary for the conduct of school affairs in the territory One of the objects of the hill is to diminish Mormon influence and it is hoped that this will be gradually se- cured with the spreiad of intelligence among the youth of the territory Instruction is to he gnen in temperance, manners ana morals, in addition to the usual public school duties No bectanan or denominational books shall be used or sectarian doctrines taught Complete for governing the school system ana AOU written him a letter 01 of any kind'' No not one line sent 1 in missive   that name I would insult then if they would The sound of that name i sh imeful to me ANNOYFD BY REPORTERS jou been much annojed by repor ters9 Hundreds of them it seems to me h been to see me but I refused to see them have never talked to a reporter Papa woul not let them enter the house Some of th  and printed such awful ston There was not a word of truth in any of them One reporter came all the waj from >iew York but I would not see him Retried to talk papa but papa would not talk to him about th matter HFR PLANS FOE. THE FCTLiBE 'W hat are jour plans for tlie future, Slis Storej I am going to learn telegraphy and then will work bard to tr> aud forget th terrible post But sometimes I think in future is ruined er I go pec pic will point at me and there goes th woman who married Dick Hawes When think of his crimes and what is to be his fate and the fact that my life was once linked wit bis sometimes I think it will kill me Pec pie will never forget They will never ceas to talk about me, and I am afraid the} not let me forget if I could Oh, I shudde with horror every time I think of alwavs being pointed out tostrangers and talked abot as the woman who married Dick Hawes is temble The people here in Columbus e been very kind They never talk to me about it now, butevery time I go on thestreets I cannot help but feel that ery one is looking at me, and talking about me Sometimes as I pass a crowd on the street I hear people say 'That is, her 'There she goes then, without turning my head, I know everyone is staring at me bometunes I start out to go some where, and when I hear peo- ple talking thia way, [and see them looking at me, I go back home, and alone in my room I cry for an hoar I tell you, sometimes it seems that my punishment is greater than I is provided can bear Before papa and maica I try to bear TACKLING THE TIMES AG D 41 3TJEXT p nti 1 GLADSTONE AND PARNELL SPEAK On tlie Motion to IJeclaro Uio Turn Coi mittee a Breach of 111 Pub- lishing the Forgeries, Sir en Uirj, February II i seinbleei today In tae he. LS, c f t James ierguson under f jrx i promised to lay 011 the tnble at a.ii e tnj d i papers relating to Portugal and Snith Sir "William Harcourt off n J i n wu eclanng that the l- mimtud during one M n M e punished duiii _, am tl r in Ht sa cl nice fie suit libel his been  con-uiiud Uiat his br tht-i-, U Ilnu tl f trutl; In sptaking of that startling sation AMth the pnsjiier Mr II u es sa d Dick w i.-, nt t Ij ing a id no t ne ho 1 card hn i could en think In was HewasnH a all inrhiiLd to tilkabout the killing he hii illy told the and mennone 1 I 1 he sprang up and sobbing hk a diild said God dene" hat I I done9 There I ROM anil br o sir any man who could set n Dick Hawes and heart! him tell that story Mr Smith and I would doul t it vou think Dick will hang or kill him self9 I hope he'll kill himself I don want him to do tha: Suicide the s sin on earth and as murh as I tl 1 ate to se> Dick Haw es hui t. Id rather him kill himself A gentleman iuingiii At an a who know. Hawes woll he t inks Ic knows tin prisoner s scheme It is tin-, Hawes next pla> will be the insaint; dodge Mind what I -m He ing the foundation for that plav what he means when he and tb IiH Jum and tlien denies ir I d 11 mean to however that he has any chanrf -o succeed Mr i uKUne ie rose spi ke in nj p 1 u (bet red as f lU in i m said he could not c ms er tint tic 1 nnc-i' tPenseagainst the lu h d ixoii i by .heapologici which had liten uii'U f IL. Mr Paraell Ihe luumssi n t it iip.Ii s i 1 h.ar I cbster, while gro-vsU e tho original so f Hi ir htar 1 rle wa-s surprised that Sir lui haul t lial allowed Inmsclf to be ma le a i of siiHt anapology This the earliest chain i tha .use hot! had and it was a most >p] meiit for it to express its in iliitu i. r the jmbhcation of f m If tlie c ui- spiracy agams Mr 1'ariic.ll al been t cxs- ful the result U him woild 1 IH-( i lule political death and tin UH i a! 1 loxr k at him wou! I bt en felt tl r i jut the Irish nation [Cl tcis The Times had an it i t ct 11 p jn K mt of the house ind it ha 1 rcallv hi 1 in tl >t di- rection STKI i lie hd n t w iU to dwell upon tlie IH ri I le u 1 1 H s n c rba actei of the wlu e affur He trusU I tli it the house w t esitan to c xjirevt IU. 11 Stnst of tl f mj HT- tice [Cheers Mr Ifalffur ir used Mr Glalstom f -leaU fliuisj fa tun He dcdared th it tha delay w iv tie fault of the Ulalst IK irty a loin and said that tho tl it t 10 linns had acted with the view t iritlvu i r n tho judgment of the house as c If t hat. had been itb object it would h 1 a I a U tu r prospect of succfw b> fr in Mr O-ladstones and Sir JJu >un n denunciations of Mr Parnell in 1 the lantl He objected t tin an. lent t uu an i often misused machine rj tf Lna h o' privilege Mr 1 abouchicri cx.rpsvd bis s irpnse at the pettj and paltrj aiUstn. t 1 Balfour and Gourat It had been prosed that the Times had supplied Pitrott with bank notes to prtm lo hw family within ten dwjfl of tl t 7" lie had absconded He rould u idcrstan 1 llio retici nee of Smith on this subjet t Hr ould. not defend his old fnond Walter in I w w natural 1> not inc'irud to attack 1 i should h hat IK Ic idrr f tl e honM of cr n in >TIS Bridlaut.li sad that a.s tin J UK s ti e wi j iss its lufunoiLs nn i ire, tlM breithof is tu si tl c hola house is well as ag-i Mr 1 arncll fair idward ack. s ,lu t r IK r il al numerous nth r t irso at tho in this cist ti I 'f I il that it wo-s UK nsistcril witlitlt (in i] of e to i cute the firnts i s tha f tin I woul! be c tion of the m< tit n MR IAKNFII RIaFS Mr Parnell w he was Mill nsiast chpcredashetook tho flfM-r 1 Sir J I ward Hrke had n< t wntureil to prrsent as A rpisoit a'unst the tl o brt u Ii  rc nirirt UK tin i naltv for a brtat 1 r the westcni Tenius- see Hugh B Lmdsav IT the e distrrt of Tennessee John Kuhm for the i nddle d trict of Tennessee To be United States marshals J G vv atts for the dwtnrt of irginia Postma-sWrs C L Pntchard at Front Va C Guirkin at Jilizabetli C would IKCII onlj iny (om. UH f tlif jury Iftters a Han t 1 and as mine up< n tnc autt ntj ol the wfK, f rgotl I think 11 f re fore, I wise in whit I clul I d T r tl t ne- Ie  I ita a t testifv fi rn u Ii a I was liin only mothoiof fr murf tl 1 imcs t> that set r  I t-> tli sc ettiri asa tit il   were rr were n tf ni s m feaw tint it WAK f r t tint th y were I ,rfttrnes r r> ih aul tlat nKanwhilf th would b- i-, fa! to 5 u in the   and the cxwirJce with win U J have bf-r-n treat rl h t xcn now I am ft rtbcr i i i t oi -1 e amen v-h Ii i i n forged n if er a I jou let r" f the courage- fnti K in the as 1 i re It I f re -bo tl IDO f 'I 1 wdh mse ou bv Sir "VS t tnflmg, but Liverpool did not respond so em phatically to the advance here on as had been expected, and there was considera- ble playing for reaction, the English, Greeks and Germans selling Receipts this week are expected to be small Stock in however is large and Bntisn exports ol i goods are not especially liberal A Sngat- Trnst KEW YORK, February O Bnen I aged that Mr had ruvrf the be forgeries counted that vorl shoula xs Mr Harcotirt was then 3 t fa-r Jolin O 131 I- L ro-Krardin, d n' Iu.urance thTs afternoon handed down his decision in the celebrated sugar trust case He ilended m strike of the dix V r r been settleO. the substance, that the company should be allowed a an hour dci jande.1 to continue its business but continues the in- were presen! lunctlon restraining the trust fcam tranrfenng yesterday, im-'- its property or doing any other serf that might I Tracy ThM us toe inteifere with tha rights ot the plamuS. 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