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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               mTTT7< 4' A TVfTTi ''A" VOL. XXI. PICK HAWSS LIES. Z.TTERS A.1D UII1 HE HAS A GRUDGE AGAINST WYLY Aiul Coufwloii IinpUcatm Him But Dink TellB a. Different ill HiB tetters iivn AH LostniRlit s wrote two one to Mivs urj tlcjoung Hdj whom lie mamcil "ibxis ind the other to Ed of ludmnn He tliom unstamped ufusElard v lit tunic 1 tlitm ll Siiutli ami ho oiiout.il tlicm I'uh hen the otter is received thciiutor ln-'l tlllt i nitc 1 led to commit suicide Tlio let Mi S sill las 1 ito con tession m r li rl 1 e r i  n the latter s i ronns, t ti 1 niUiilic. t II hu halbeci dcid tl rt< n 1 Vlibami street vllkn le s iioH i _ bois aged about e "ht ail t lire oct ell cuneskipi nff it I 1, l i nil mluiEin theh brush _ cc Tell eiiprlosLt Aliss Sience in i iss I uui a-s t1 ill1 s.0 one 11 the u 1 t 1 ei un Mhi h mibiibicctii bul I in 1 tr h uicl Bit tl u -uHtcmshed Hil> liaidi-s real c t 1 1 lai eiel the two hue r 1 b is Ilia, eared around the cc rnoi and she vi 1 tt tan 1 un en tan le I on u s s le powerless to pars, 10 her jontlitil Ik r il rs S i cUi vas He viliole th i g .ccom i I H] el 1 at VIM encc- hid n ide> li> w tl n I tt e UCTC looked ind can f no clj- 0 i tioii of them bj IT! ich the> e t 1 1 bo ci lit FieuitMiss been tiieui 11 i e the f ict tl at all the htt e nepn, es look a i i w u d preclude any icssibihtv cf over 1 n 1 i thpm in a eitj 1 etc tl ere are bo i a 11 of t! ctn there lie ill AIciU] his 1 r 5 in ia id t eis e 1 the usual Vf) cii run nn ill cr me both ill tl c sele tioi of lite 1 x il a as, m tho exeintiru of tru le ihcu fnv jo striins on tl it lilt of tlie sire it tl i 1 on in le it tie t ne cf ttic r 1 a l olKcnill ill II o i c 1 1 11 heel 'hat this, iias his last r i fc tie TI inn i ml lo CJild not do it H n c'tci f id Mull TK.IU upsiairs to heel 1 t n c 11 el slurs OH tho settee to sle I i i-r tl e 1 11 1 cell tor some t n c Ve 1 al to Joe i LO clownstai'ai 1 set Zeidemana iickinl Lnng it up hire ao I ean got out he so U I then sou can take it I 1 He uon t the III J e. ol 1 hn he was afraid to lo tt for the e lielc-e n t I e 111 Mell u 1 u ind I Hi an 11 el the lull Tl eil Joe said all i 1 II both dovn the stairs and bee 1 tl e limp on tho stairway about hall uiv r so Hit foe could see in the room en T e stwone 1 to pick up tho pick e leu in ibbeel 1 mi Joo pulled the ped lie i e II tl Uec u tl e floe r Mell then ran n i kU el n n cnl 1 I up the ax which was j i tl e i e I 1 inel struck the ped lleTi I ou tl o loiclcid and tho peddler tloaiir 1 t hie a ch e.1 on with its head ol} lie ki ik 1 10 f the stoie t 1 si c U! ifnid Ze ideman u i i ,.ct i Mil them stiuckhmi 1 Mill >oul lie killed Uinl1 ind as L reath i at >d J1 ei t i r i e t e 1 bin ls> and cinched il e 1 JilJ to t o i on 1 and throiv it in Joo and Mel tl en re ucl an 1 put tho peddlei b tl iiies Ii l tri bed I'rTse e U H 1 en-v of oo !b irv said he has i do in t suspected Hillimn tha. Mi II 11 in 1 low i i re of the minder than inv c ne e bi t bl e could not be called to tLrie stitpmenthes create 1 a sensat on iiiel t i i I u that Mis II llmaii will De ar ics eel to u e rou ____ T, JCTIM Ot -V 1 Ol AND A MYSTERY IS CLEARED UP Bdward Fine's His Name Forged to Pape- for a Large TVife Is the Forcer ATLAXTIC CITT N 3 February extensive series of forgeries ol notes, bonels ind n ortgiRea TV ith south Jersey and Phila- de'uhia banks firms aud indixiduals as the victim haie just come to light and suspicion thit the has been dope bv awoiningiics to the sensal oiial dei elopments, a tinge of Belli aid Iliipnirott a nell known lesi lent of Alodfird, and of Haddou Hall Ulimtic Cit-v has for some mouths past confronted with notes of which he hid 110 kno-i elge Seieral of the notas were signel bj Fduird I ippmcott is cither maker oi aiicWIrs M V Ha lies who is a sister of ills Lippmcott Both of tliem say the r signatures on the notes are not genuine and that they nei er gai e them Mr and Mis Lippmcott haie managed Haddon Hall for many years but Airs Lippmcott n as the reil manager of the hotel and she took upon her self the work of attending to all finances of the establish nent HE SKTTLI 3 THF FORGED Some months ago I ippmoott iias con fronted mtli S4 000 of notes of which ho had no knoo ledge but he flnillv paid tliem Aftei this Mr Lippmcott found diore bogus papea in circulation but it w is impossible to learn the full extent of it Suits have been begun againit Mi Lippu cott by i number of banks ami pin ate individuals to recover the amount of mouej them ou notes, his name Mi Lipp ncott friucly ad mils that his mfo has ruined him oj nor fen genes and tl at he doea not kiioii 11 hat she did inth the mouej The wife refuse. K) toll she can ttn undo of the money but will do so later It to light the full eitent '_ Committee Agree iCc Eailroail Bill. Eebrnaiy The senate special cojmmttee on. Baraflc railroads, after many hong; bearing, hav e finally accepted the reiwrtotaaatorFrye, oa the Union Pacific railroad, flSM Senator Davis on the Cerfrral Pacific ankagreed to the bill providing for the ref tneir debts The report on the Uu-on reaches the following con- the Jiohcy ol bnjiolng or acqnn-inj branch bafigtvas wise and through the period covered Inquiry, honestly and economi caUj cariiedionti That themain. line has denved Immense ad acses a vantage l the branches, ana that there is no foundation-tor the charge that the latter has re ceried uefleatlrom mileage, or otherwise at tlie expense tne mam line 3 That the budding of the Oregon Short Line and tne sSbseqnent acquirement of the Oregon railwaj and navigation company s lines instead. of being a menace to the interstate of the govern meat have proved to be a decided advantage 4 ThatHaie recent consolidation of several branches under the name of the Oregon Short I me and Utah -Northern railwav eompanj sun i fles the sj-stein of Pmon Pacific makes possi Lie more fl'sSctive and economical nlanaeenient, and in noxteMd evidences any ol evaa i and to her husband s she sajs ean not n >w tell wlut dispoMUon sne will take to to light the full exte of herciookei w rk in Atlantic Ci J lor eove itat Io Ih etfio omul] Tieatmeiit by a -Mv vin 111 1 II imi 1 rov 11 f r f n stba 1 1 bvTil' n M 11 i f i w is i v im f si the v i i 1 ei ]iHol e" the il o o Her 11 wl te tl c 1 f] c L b i-or al d u ten it mud i thru lam ai 1 5 I I t I trtitei SI e i uii-j 11 Dt ia i 11 ol thi-> p id, 1 as i 1 i f n mjstt nous ill i L he ilsl ill >man lg ni i tl it s IL sinfl i c 11 1 i od tl it she i ti i I hit 1 er b Ij 1 ad be ni 11 1 upi its br boj.au to t ini 1 Tn s rt isi d wicat tci i i n nff licr fricn Is The i miecl to disport thtni 1 o u 1 tr i! itourj 11 to hei i r c poor uiua i eiit to i fi d i s as was scl Ij i i f r I v oudoo doetor named 111 Mot o nb and grow another v oudt o doctoi llcmr He diagnosed that loiahlj wtuld be i e no itv THr 1 ff nt i E Ci oflK ami TVhito s Lavvver to Keep Tliem Out 1 i Isou rvilion NC Fobruarv, U tcriiy afternoon in the state supiemo touil tl e attomev gonet il made a niotiin to hive i lament ngimst CI arles B CDS? aud fen lei C AMite eit-ed in conformity with tl e man late f the I States sii i en o e uit the latter eourt Inv irhrme I tl c s( ite ceif tlesn ou r court that Ci jss i i i U nt ot the vv recke 1 Stito N itional bii kot t lie Ji and "White i cishier be put at hard lal m 11 tl e public rcn Is f r seven and five [ectvcv tl v I iv ng been conMCte I ut t iv "VA liter It ilteiirj counsel for Cr 1 Vv hit n nde a m lion for a furtl or iiu t fj Umol t lllegiiig that there was 1 fati defe tin tho letord and that tie eol rt had s c'i pow er ev en at this 1 ite die THF LVVVvrllS POIMS H punt was that the defendants were con v U 1 ion two charging them Tvitl f tho otl er with uttering forge 1 pin i i il tl -t upon tl ese there was v general v i I I f euiltv He contended that when an mh n ltd two distinct offenses in Sf{ i te eoi uts and the grade and punish rceiit of tl ese onenses are different in degree i fo 10 al verlict of guilty eaniiot stin 1 He itli i contended tnat there is 11 statute in Is ith Ci olina donouneing the ilttennj, of i f i 1 romissory note p. 11 e ittomoy general in alleged that th s contention was groundless and that the iiiv lad tendered a verdiet on eath count 1 he c mrt took the papers Its ruling is aw uttd v th much interest as tins is a very noted -Case i "in 1 M s Hill 1 ircv s e e and nif rme 1 hei that slewj- no iHiitelwitb mud j upl es but rp 01 s Ho thoi n ixod i p i lie physic in i bittle of vviiskv wbuli the oi I woman drinlt md n i si I rt tine shed el in gicat X nv Vp t i rtt i i limn iticii revea ed the fut hi tho stum ich hll bi.en almost di strove 1 1 tl o dr ig l kuoi 1 Ihe town when tho authon ties begin It n ve tigi e lit CIT HIS OFF. er Being Give An Old Grief O tlie JVIittt-n CHVRLOTTr L tbr tary K "Newsis hue tonight of a curious in "W U mgi t >nnU An old bachelor of se-vtntj Iv the name of >eil wanted to in irr> MI-A "McCulleck a irotty gTrl >ears ol 1 Iscil 1 vcd the fful be tcr t'lan lus n life and wl en lie i r i d to hei she refused to n hurt He ind icade 1 ma ni jtl> bl c till him nei er n tended to peak to h in 1 unmedi Ui ly went awaj and "ecu us ax nis h ind across i lo- in I w itli one stioko ut it ot at tie wrist sij iv it w ould be a mark of afflict on i r011 1 im f 1 learnnite to love a wl o n he ou0lit to hue known would er r i hiM________ Mi Edi-on Exammmsrtlic Mines CiiuticnK N C Fcbruarv rhon a the fa ne 1 is ,1 ros. ed with 1 is oxanuna- cres of. gol 1 mines ait 1 1ms rented and fitted up haiulsomcK a lal ntr i y here Mr Edison trv li s hind n tl e ores the feold mines of this section in 1 will trv them by a heretcfore unkn vii Ihs electn innouneed tint he is now read} to er cioijivt. i v> in. in _rs sears and takes in people in all it HIS of life friin the cole red help of Had .n liall to tho wealthiest neope in e town j.iia full amount of her forgeries is not %Pt known but it is it will reach <7o 000 HIS tlFF FOK HIS LOVEO A Man Gives His Blootl for the Woman He iJUrr'es but Is Now KANSAS Cnv Tebitiaiy 10 remarkab'c matnmomal romance has camo to light heie AVI en tho day expiosb arrive 1 licit, from St Toms a few dxys ago the last passenger to lu c the trjin w as a t ill man who lifted from a Pullman   i m s ofine IN ear Missouri Ci lei tl fallin into spasms ana 1 11 icuuuntd neirlj mionscious the remain f the l >nnu j Ho w soo i brought back t i nscioi sness Tl man was Tred-nck a himber mcuhintof Intim insin and ho is tho hei i of a mo t i )i laiitic me lent Over four >uai a0o he htcamo vi lently m 1m c w th the woman wlu is nnv his wife He was com nLllel to make way for the more favored suitor A f w days alter her engagement was announced became ill and rapully It was finally decided by tlie physicians that the oiilj thuiR that would hei was the transfusion of blood Ihe man who had won her hand was aw Cullv sorrv Imt he thouglit he ncc led all tl e blood lie had m nia sjbtem of tie necl of one and immediattlj oreiod himself and the opera t on was poifoimed and witli good lesults The engagement was broken and uiout is afternaid Ajerb was married to the thorny after the marriage began to grow ill and ma s K rt time 1 s health w as rompletelj brtkeii down The jhjsicians were mystit-ed bj Ins condition and ran as cnbe no cause it but it is a pecul ai fact th it ailing began soon after tho tramiu sion of his blood He became emaciated and Ho went to bt Louis for treat meiit md the phjsicians there him to LO to California His wife is demoted m hei atteiitims and if careful nursing will bring him back to health he will undoubtedly re- cover at the expense of the main line least a yoar to tbe treasury of the com-- hare been made for sev- eral rearsffi, greater on the main line than 011 branches, flwne of them verj important and ex- Mere is no evidence of any purpose on tlie part company to portion of tfie r roadv which the government Has a statutory lien On the contrarj any candid person that no sacn __ __ _ capable well managed road almudantfyabietopay its requiring onlv like every otner railroad time in which to 9 That Ibfirpresent management is lioneptly try ing to effect-a fair adjustment with tlie govern mio That the interests of the government and of the railway company will be promoted ment and that one ca-u be ma te now under which everv dollar of tne government debt with inter est will be paid It finds tbe present aecunWto be a Btatoton lieu on the road commencing three miles west of toe Missouri river extending to a point five miles west of Ogden and on anotucr road couimencins one half mile west of City and extending to a point 393 miles commencing in a prairie and ay not enough to protect tbe government debt if it sftau not nt adapted until ilTbecomea due with n fifty millionB of doUara. _white under bill to be re corumE to the The report on the Central Pacific finds that the United States has for security a statutory lieu on the road commencing at ajjpo nt live miles vest of Ogden and continuing to San without terminal facilities at either end made subject to a mortgage to secure bonds equal 1.1 amount to Ihe original indebtedness of the company to tho United States that that poition of tho road from westerly-alone of the Serra ally only a ridge without any local business of any amount, that roads reaching fiom the main line into Nevada do not uo-v pay thoi- annualSexilenses that the present security o the tinted States upon this property is en rely inadequate that the foreclosure ot the rst mortgage would entirely exhaust in sat A EACE FOS LIFE SOUTHERN NEGLIGENCE OF A FLAGKAK Collision at BleH Two Men and. Another One fatally Casualties. A FOItTLNE AWAITS AN A AII Who Beean Life as a Peddler S3 OOO OOO "VN February 10 F J Pirke a pcactirim; attorney est fa.voiibly tion of ti tins eetion A GIKL HOUDS A The ut She Strugslos Him to tlie Floor >PK Ttbriiarj Fleis 1 11 s a blooming e e-vs of teen sum iiu i-s will turn the s ales at 163 and her 1 i iHshmg 1 the hue of the loses (i 1 ci t'aik e chceVs would win 1 er a j n i a beaut} w But it is the Irawn rf 1 i I aims that has j fiii t-he with her lather ind unalid j ui tl ei ni i tenement at 12Korfolk street ast i i It had been fuends in ti ue -J bo hocwl -vntl did not reach her li n nt I 10 o clock She found tl o p bur t in as it was afterwaixl dis> to-ve -e I ui 1 a dim 1 ght shining in her room At I r-.t she tho her father was m there 1 si o c ille-d to 1 un aa she went through the 1 it hen Oace in the room she saw that the n in w LS not her father but a stranger He I il ab 11 lie of clothes under his arm- aud ett x that he was a burglar ith a bound she threw herself upon tho liuiglar aud with her strong arms pinned him I1 tl e Hoor and held bni there while she ed fir 1 elp Ihe man struggled clesi- vcratoK but the lighting blood of tho preUy Jew ess was tip and the man could not release h uisclf from her grasp struggle as he would Ihe s screams aroused herfathei and he went to help her The old man wanted to take a hand m the fraj but Yetta promptly told him to go and get a policeman that she bad the man well in baud and was fully able I j hold him at the same time lifting the burglai 8 bead and beating it against the floor as to make him. keep quiet In a few moments Policeman Covev ap peiredon tbe scene and relieved "ietta of her piLsouer flits morning tbo burglar who gave the name of Tolin Burke, was remanded i n the Essex Market court, by Judge Patterson for exam iuaXiou before tUe general sessions, under 000 bonds Burke said in his defense that lie wont 011 a spree last mglit and didu t know what lie doing wi7-ard ill mines in this section that ire offered him on a reasonable bast He says the character of the ore-, in this section is e rual to any 111 the world _______ ________ Tlve 1 (Htor Will PirMiNCii iM Al i February 1" "Mart n K e htor of tlie bund ij Critif who a few ago an aiiouvmous letter w am 1 un to leave the city bj to- meht will heed the warning "W he n the Cr ti f cait 1 this morning it c i tamed a car 1 f loin It rnt k aiinou lemg that he had lus position is editor and intimating tln.rhc w t u 1 lea e tho city at on t N 10- leiice has leon done but lie d tht deems df; ret ion the better part of alor The waning he le ened was brought aboiu a iue aiul article publisl ed in the Elmira New Star in which 1 e said the white men ot this ctt> were worse tl an the w est clement of negroes______ "Will Attend tlu Caniiial Miss 1 ebmary 36 J The lower house of tl e Mississippi legislature held a erj strong Testerda> afternoon the contention being whether tho ouould adiourn to attend the mardi gras festivities at Orleans The and nays were called who lesides but is tomporar ly in tins city IP id a notice ni a local a few which the win reaboiits of a man named Turn s de were aske I about The notice was signed Mirburj A meager description of Bum side was also gn en It brought back -vividly to Mr Parke s mind recoPccuona ot the person that inquiry of whom was being made The more he lenected the better com meed he became that he was and he has the following facts of tl e missing John Buniside cime to Una country early in the forties and settled in Monroe county est Virginia and at that time was an oidiuary peddler I ater he met Andrew Burns and they entered into business under tbe firm name of Barns Burnbide and they continued to- fether for a number of years Pmall> Burns withdrew leaMng Bnrnwde in the enjoyment of the bnsmest, which had already made for tunes for them both Burnsides died some jears ago at the White Sulphur Springs "W leading his entire fortune to Oliver Burns the son of Ins partner who had also inherited his fathers wealth Buniside w ah the owner of three of tlie finest plantations in Louisiana and hi-> estimated wealth was about 000 000 al though some reduced it about 000 He was buned at L 111011 W Some two years a o Oliver Burns died and Messrs Gaston copartner intrusted by the heusof with the management 1 foi them of the Bariuulc property THE isfaction thereof the entue proporty that it would bo for the Stares tto redeem it from said tats mortgage or to become owner of the property thron. redemption and foreclosure Tb.05 roftort find tnat it is expedient neccs sary to adjust and tnrtiier se cure the indebtedness to the United States np- on extended time at a reduced rate of inter est within the ability of the company to pay tiiioii such terms as to advance the ment of the country through which said road pass and affoid the mhab tants thereof leas- onabh of transportation for and freight Fiom tho report it appear that the Centra Picihr has not an ability to pay at all eqiia to that of the Union Pacific but undei th teLini of the bill to be reported can make fijiB and full payment reasonably certain The bill agreed upon includes within its prc tie Lmon Pacific railroad companj tlie Kansas Pacihe railway company Centra Bianch Union Pacific railroad company con solidated tinder the name of! the Union Pa citic railway company Pacificrailroa coirip m> successor to   yoara It requires that tho Lmion Par fie mortgage on all its property of every doscnp- t on and also es to the United States its present statutory hen It provides for the ascertainments of the present worth of the debt of the Central Pacific Railroad conipanj then for the pay ment of interest at the rate of two percentuui pei annum j ajnble semi annualIj and of so much (f the principal as shall result in the pajmeutof the entire debt jn seventy hve yeai-s But m order to relieve the road fr )m too gieat a burden during the next ten years when it is necessary for it to make somewhat extensive impro ements it capitalizes for that time one-half of the two per cent to be paid The bill requires a mortgage of the en tire property of the Central Pacific Ra Iroad company including some v ery important roads in California, and also that the Southern Pacific Railroad company and Central Pacific shall make the present lease subsisting be tween them additional secoritj to the United States for the payment of the debt It also provides for a repeal of the law inquiring the CHATTAXOOGA Tenn February 1C j ia.1 Southern i-c g it trains 11 ad 15 collided at Melville seventeen moles rom here night Engineer Henry Crow, f train 15 and Brakeman Will of tra n L were killed Fireman ludv Jloore of 'o 13, was badly hurt, and it is teared he w ill LC About twenty loaded with mer inndise were telesconeJ and i lost of their octents de.3i.ro5 ed Both trains w ere south jomid, coxnuig toward Cha tauoiga No 11 ith Conductor Waldron and Engineer Honr> leans had ordera to run 011 tlie time of pass- nger train: No 1 wh.ch was an hotir bite At lelville Conductor Waldrou --ent Ins [agman back to flag freight tram fo 13 and pulled into a sile track _o allow pisfeonger tram No 1 o pass The flagman w cut back about two miles id flagged tbe passenger train, but oUd not wait ab his posfffor the freight The conductor tt IHO 11 supposed has nagman was at lus ilace of dutv and when the passenger tram passed he backed through to the mainline ireparatory to taking on fw o additional freight ars When the tram Jiad read td the main me he discovered that his flagman on tlte rain and not, as he had supposed, two miles behind CRASH OF THE THAI'S3 Before anything could be done tl o whistle if the incoming No 15 washeariJLamile away Conductor Waldron knew that a race for life must ensue, and gave orders for his engineer o go ahead The tram had not attained a rate of more th ui eight miles an h sur how _ver -when the engine of No was seen steaming not over two car lengths behind and Engineer Crow was plainly seen standing erect in his cab lus disheveled hair blown laek from hia forehead by the aud vi ith is hami on tlie throttle doing all m lus pow er to check the speed of the i roii nn nster it was a heavy dow n graue and lo w as trav el it the rate of thirtj miles an hour The trainmen of lo ind the conductor and one brakenaii of No 11 junked to their THE KILLED V.D IMU1B1> Brave Crow was the only man knovi mgly exposed to danger and vsh.cn the crash came he went down with the general wreck with tho lioavy lion tank oil top of him He was learfullj inanglel and lived but tlmty minutes Brakeman Will Giay was the cab of No 11 and his body was twice cat in two bj the fearful Engineer Crow lived in Chattanooga and a famil> Brakeman Grav v as doing eiecial work and had oiil> been married a fevvdajs He resided at Spring City Coroner Gaha0an held the inquest here o-vei the two bodies thib morning, and the accident was carefully investigated Tho of tlie jury was that the collision was caused by the 0-a.relessness of tbe flagman of No 11 SUTVK rs TSK ST A to Kidnap Ex-senator Tabor and Holil Sim for SSO.OOO Eansoui, DELVES, Colo I ebroary lo bold plot, that would do credit to tbe most sensational novelist or play-wngbt was made public to- day utttns c'tv by the arrest of Oscar Roberts and Ajrilinr, Batcher two young men vrell tno-ni in. Dsurer It was uo less than a scjieois to kidnap es Senator Tabor Che millionaire unue owner, and hold him for a ransom of at S50 OfflJ, The affair came to flie notKe of Chief of tectn es Loar some age and be informed tho at once so that he ought gnattl aga-nst an> attack that might come unexpect- edly as Bu clter it, a reckless who stop at nothing wlien the police secured their hrst clew xeftisa to state but thev have 111 pcois.es.iion let- ters from Roberts who wai. working at Pin New Meuoo to in which deta- Kare bare Butcher when arrested, tr i d to pass the matter off as a joke hirt whoa the conspiracy law explainer! to him tie M u 1.x w ould luu e-bcen br weakens I aud declared the plot would beo i oa red out ef thej toula ILS e se< ure 1 3 little rtadv Tbe plan is shown in tlie was Lo decoj the st nator tn a m sou e out-of the waj part of the o tj Then W de i and a loan of not than  I h MJ t been import I up- on octasionally bv pretended fnenus but in au attempt of this kind I ne erwas taken in t think it ii he! Join am one ot expor euce in worl is afraid m such matters Id 11 11 ittiul to be aud cv er since Moffntt was held up I ba> e taken extra precautions I consider my imn nu tj lias been due not alune to my eE- but also to my abihtv to read fates. I thn c I possess a fair share of ao lit; W3j litj in t government direction also of laws imposing limitations on the rights of the companies to acquire property expend railways, etc THE THIS WI-.KK se-vem.1 times and t excitement and much se-ve. confusion ailurt The question -nas finally settled in the aflumitrve b> forty two to for and the house stands adjourned till "Wednesday next Ihe hospitalities of the railroad been tendered and the legisla- tors will leave "Bere in the mornmg by way of Vickburg for the crescent city The senate The Indians ST P-ATJL February 16 Agent Cransie ol Devil s Lake reserx ataon in north Dakota was interviewed by a Pioneer Press reporter m this city todav He says the desti- tution among Indians of that agency has been understated rather than otherwise The win ter was a much more severe one than has published, so far as the Buffering of the people on the reservation was concerned In hia opinion if the recently sutiionzed for their relief by President Harrison had been delayed longer there would been few In diaas to have recened any benefit tfaeiextom- A SearcK for tlie BurUl Place of Fixe Con federates CRVFT.O-TTF N C February Some benev olent citizens of Mount Holly are searching along the banks of the Catawba river at that place forth" neglec ed graves of five confederate solders who were buried there just after the surrender They were making their vaj from the -var When they arrived at the Catawba river, at what is now the site of Mount Hollj they entered a small boat just above where the Carolina Central railroad brdge crosses tlie Catawba "When near the middle of the nver the boat was cap- sized and all of its occupants were drowned Cole Bnmmer on aged citizen of Mount Holly witnessed tbe accident, and says tbe bodies of all the unfortunate men were buried in a large grave near the nver bank They were not marked When the grave is found a tomb will be pfaeed ov er it __ _ ie Game AlueaA. HAVAI.A, February 16 won the twentj first game in tbe championship chess matcb today and leads Ginsberg by the odd game Gtmsberg opened and the Russian played the two defense, but got the worst of the opening Eventually, however, Grmsberg relaxed his attention, played Tory weakly, 4 and Tselugona scored in fony-fonr moves. nosrstands Tsdugprai, Gonsberg; 5, drawn, 5 What the Senate and Honee Have Before Them WASHINGTON February 16 the first time smee the present congress met toe house is to have an old fashioned suspension daj, to- morrom a result of the new code of rules The w orld s fair committee will probablj re quest the to adopt its programme for the disposition of its b lls and reports, and simply the majority ote necessary to make this order will doubtless be secured In case this is done, the working days of tbe week will be devoted to the presentation of claims of cities contending for the world s fair and ballotting npon the site Xha pension appropriations will probably be reported to the house Tuesday and may be called up near the end of the weekr for con si deration, The Blair educational bill is unfinished bus- iness on the senate calendar and Senator Blair The Steamer Louise Strikes an Obstruction and Goes Down JACKSONVILLE Fla February Ife Steamer Louise of the Jacksonville ind May port line ran into an obstruction eaily this morning near Hunter s mill on the bt John s rivei and sunk in tl an three minutes One man w as droT-iied The other passenffers and crew barely escaped with their lives The Louise left Mayport late Saturdaj n ght bound for this city She had on U ard a erew of six men mclud ng Charles Tlovd captain and seven passengers The run from Mayport is only two or three hours and tho rswere all as1eep about the cab u with their clothes on About 1 30 o clock the steamer suddenly crushed into some obstruction sup posed be a sunken lighter and sunk in two minutes The tide was running v erj strong it the time Captain Floyd gives tho fol'ow uig account of the disaster When the boat struck we rushed to the cabins and called to the passengers to make for the life boat The water rushed ni so fast that the boat could not be reached and we finally got on the life raft and cut it loose THIS was on the hurricane deck to which we had re- treated There were ten tho raft, and myself and Eph Hood in tho water I threw my arm a st ck of wood which aided me in keeping above the sumre V, es- ley Evans a young colored passenger went down with the boat an 1 was drowned TV were not in the very loiv before the mate of the schooner W btarr came to us alone m A boat and took us all in The Louise now IIPS in hity feet water nothing visible b it ab jut fax o feet of her smokestack She belong-, to the estate of the lato Alexander Wallace and was v >lned at about 000 having recently been placed in thorough lepair at a cost of S ?_000 EOILI'D IX 4 BATH A r-itient Jn an Asylum Parboiled bv Another Who Acted as %iirse Cor-LMBCS Ohio February nnfort unate accident has occurred at the institution for feeble-minded jouth in tfus citv which has resulted m the death of an inmate About five years-ago Jennie B TVbitehcad was ad m tted to the institution tro n Butler counts Although then about thirteen vea--s of age she resembled a tw 0-5 ear-old hi Id iu stature and intellect Inadditon to a weak nund, she was afflicted with a spinal affection which p-c vented her from walking Jcmue an inmate of the institution who is compara ti-s ely bright and intelligent attended the pi tient since she has been in the institution das or two ago, coiitrarj to orders Jennie Daxis took the parent into the bathroom without reporting to an attendant and there drew the water and bathed her According to her storv she tried the water ind did not think it too hot The patient made no comnlaint, and eat abound that after noon as usual The next morning Dr Dcren noticed the child's hands and the skin peehn off, and on examination found that she had been scalded with-hot water on the limbs and back On account of her physical condition her stan was so thin as to be susceptible to LIGHTNING BtGS They Are Coming Into an Articles ul Feminine PHIUIDELPHM Bebmary ctv soon IJAC a nt v thaiire to adorn witHaii oruaniojit that has the attraction of being ol and unique A man will soon go to Cubt, where he will spend a few nights in githermg ht.htmiig bugs which he v ill bring badctd tins cit> t-o be w orn m beauty s him 01 eorsago as the C ibin ladies them Tiicsp bugs ore the exact counterpart ot tjiose that swum aronnd here t i the wa'nu April and except tl it tl py belong to the unabridged xaneU imasuriiiff thej do from one 1 ilf to im 11 in length and from one half to thru fei i hs  gather t feed n the cruKhed cane molasses or indcel 11 jth ng tliat is flweet Dur ng tl thej taubo gall ered almost ly the 1____ FTKOM MARINES OfflcerR and Men of the Atlanta I-earn Secretary Tracy Misfortune SQL O'TvOLLTf VT- i VM: v i- tthrujry t J ofni era and men >f Ii' n hi e Ip-mied wita deep i UK tcrrble   Irati and pro- founaK u th him n h it bereave- ment Tl.palmira r( e v I a ral If an, imunciiiff the sal farts vxn af er but they were not Lenerallj VIK thewindron until xesurlij newspapers published tl.o rein rts Main -visitors ha e boar lid the sh ps haxe esneciallv adunrM ih" ordmanrft neat n' and differcaC from UIP r grim mi rderou-s-loc kuif, iron clads, which savor of anjtliuig prrtj t prpttmess The iron flad Vlmiral Duj sailed jeafcee- ncb c o1 it oinry squadron e leave Monoav r arrival. I throughonS when dav tojoui theFi at Villef lianeho and the same port The 1 eakh ol squadr tintips IT acstrrHv sqnadron vutti the of su od of tho Iiaiborot PortMahon and shaped hcrr-otirHpfor Fiaure was left behind to her the first death in the squadron haxin- orror-ed on boarl her at 2 M yesterday miming in the taking off of Sergeant Crane, who snrrnmbed to a long aud painful attack oJ Tbe Hawaiian FKA> Febrnarv Ih 1 IK xlrnmai frrjm Australia and Hon lulu ar- rved todaj V general e tst n was held on the di fere nt sland-t of tlie an I eoniarv 3tn ahd the retnrTis aim AIM ivcn as tie vote from all wKn Is n >a v hen the states that he will call it up for debate at every opportunity Several republican senators have indicated a purpose to call up the resolution, still pend ing, asking the attorney general to submit to congress, the report, if any has been made, by the United States marshal for Mississippi on the assault at Aberdeen, upon Henry Fanz, the Indiana tinner who untied the rope Bustain- taining the efflgy of the secretary of war If this is done there will be a renewal of the dis- cussion of the southern political situation- Mr Sherman has given notice he will ask the senate to this weelc consider bis bill declaring; trusts unlawful and tomorrow Platt, from. the. committee on tnll report favorably with, a request for early tion the MO. for the adnusaum of Tflabo as a state, _ alight changes in tempervture and the conclu- sion was immediately drawn that the-batn referred to had caused the bums Dr Dorcr, placed the patient in the ho'spitaJ She naa three ot four spasms, after which sue rallied and went to sleep She rema.ned restless however, and gradually sank and died UT Doien made frequent calls on her, and friends of the patient at Hamilton were notified. They made a complete- mvestagatiom of the accident, and do not attach blame to any far indicate that the prewnt partj Earned to DeatH- CHATTASOOCA, Xenn-, Febrnary 16 cial engaged in bamOTg some brasb on her husband's farm, near afternoon, the clothes oralra liam Sapp caught fire, and as she vas a fgfc seconds saftadiy burned ngl2se nighC fxom her injnnes; onsbaad and sereial chiloren. EiSSS diTOoons of St. Dem.. Belleral u re-elected tn the first division of feoca ix re- Sarmg v otes, against for Oob et The Monarchy bfaafcy LOKDOI, February J-ea z correspondent saya that many svmptonu, that tbe republican caaae w increasing m strength daily, and that the end ot U.c mon- archy might come at abnost any moment TIuj Sffrcffvl Emperor rs. Febrnarv 10 emperor in A SPAPFRf   

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