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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. ATLANTA. GA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, PRICE FIVE CENTS. TVX BILL ALMosr CERTAIN PASS Kefimd tlxe The d rL( passe 1 tl ablv nt" TlH d million 1 1 sra i, Hiaiidlcr and SucriTian Both Censure tlio Senator From >lorMla AVASHlsfios libnurj 25-The resolution offirol 1 ester lav by Mr Chandler censuring Mr I ill for mt.rpo atmg in the omcial rojmrt i f the i r .11 1 i 11 tin seiiati a ]iai-iKTaph tl ii 1 11 not bn u spoken and that was, ml ,u.nmenta-v an 1 JK n 11 allj offensive was tiki i up mil Mr Sherman moved it-s rcfer- i ice to the committee on privileges and elec ul s ati 1 as i matter of personal i.iuib i tl it the Islington Post contained u, irtT'e this mi in in, w.lh tho lie-d lines, Lils I tn-Kemarks Hebhpptd i Fara That L h Into Ihe ill s udl vvj a f n ipn Ssi n I sin ml If lu in siu s1 i die BURIEDJLLLJSTIGHT. HIM C AVISO Of A AOBM CARO- LINA xifi t, A TERRIBLE SCENE OF SUFFERING Workins All Klqht to KCBC.M- tlio Im prlsonPil igrlit I et at ami Tln-y are Rescued Ei STATION I- C February 20 [Spe- jesterday 11 .f the r dm St I t 1 of tl e id 11 ifalsihood It corniced II< lul in o tho 11 tiling that hil 111 (t ilttucd 'li t le flo ilnl parauriph i M i rds hid IM i i tl o lloor IK lice 'r m No H impshire ho had r i I'M tint In (Mr Cill) i Inn (Mr (haidlir) hi foro the ,1 11 lUinird it m i in f r inakiiiK an-musatlc 11 that nu, 1 he nil irks if the st niter I tl u U 1 tl u th- anusinim wis ''ilVfr i  ss a manner as he hid He had not thoseii to niter i I ut the ItLCi id would show I'lthi hid ud and ho hoped that tlie com i lixin neit the ite rftl.i I mud SI itn came to such a c mlitii.il hat tl i ril M u 1 eould bo apphi 1 to a s 11 I ui 1 tl it b I it r could be dial-Kill a i tl i i fi'mh it seemed quiet iltt e thrown in the wildest sort of excitement when ,t became KIIOIMI that tortj laborers were im- ns med m the Efr, pt coal mine near here with no earthly means of evapc audwoild mlnblj perish in the deep pit This is the rjiilj a mine n. North Carolina ami usually fifU laborers aro employed 111 u, but lesterd ly tbciewe.e oiily fj.ty The pit is four dred an 1 hftv feet in depth and tbeie is only 0110 cage used to draw out the laborers c vuolrr IN A E -iesterdu ab ut u this caught YESTERDAY'S STOBM. GREAT 4GE TV OJSTZO J) Tli C-Ki RAILROAD BRIDGES DEMOLISHED Buildings Wrecked in Jolmsom Damage to Gas Main in Dayton, and Kivera Running Over Xiieir Banks about the mines At hrsl 11 ibodj know what to do aul all was c mfnsiou Tho wive" mothers and childieii of the impr soliod men gathered about the mine and tho r cries of Mr It I ......_ eould bi luard a mile awaj IIIOMII that the water rose illj in the mine, and means to pump it off the miners would soon drown if not rebelled mine was entirely ciosed and be heard from the dl ep mt thu the mine had It was no with no irtunate The oice could It was feared iarer the bottom and all the time cries of oh my poor husband ,s dead could be hoard from tho b-.kin hearted about the mine Night but still there we.e 110 prospects of a rcsine At last bunuel A Henren, the presi- dent of the coal mme companj got some men to work Hut the crowds relatives and ones in the deep caio c mid not rest Some of the women and others passed restlessly ibout crying their arms .TOHXSOXVH.I.F Tenn February 25 c ai l_Oiieof the 'ierc cbiu he ciuld not be found hiving slid It ill) s Id hn Inck and left the Asci-cl was made for him but no cle i to his -whereabouts as discov ere I Today a policeman met Kexback on thestreit and arrested him He den es all knowledge of tho crime and says ho never saw Dick tlawes lie admits that ho left the city soon after the lliwes murders and went tolfitSprngs 1 rom there he wont to little Keck and la'er to Memphis and re'umed here taturliy niUit Kotlmclv says he knew Finnv 1. 3ant, but y a-s only iqiuiinted with lor Tie evidence agSmst Kocbuck is all circumstantial but is slid to bo rather strong and his sudden flight from tho city was- suspie ions In tlie which the Domes eu cinvcvod to the lake, but he does not know the u ime of the man Koebnck w ill be giy en a prclimiuaiy tnal tomnrrow or next ttay PLG IN tin BO. The Officers Kefused to Admit Hi Ball RALFIOH, N C, tcbiuarj 21 ecial labor Agent K A Williams w ho w as arrested here list night, on a warrant charging him with ibdue lion, was ill the custody of the dep- uty sheriff until thm afte rnoon He desired ti give bail here for his ippoirmce at Cravci county court, hut the officials of tho Hue county objected, so TV illiams was taken to Ivewberne tonight He is charged with ah ducting two vemng negroes in Craven count ALABAMA S CAMPAIGN CO t> I t Til' J-OR THE THE TWO CALLED And the of 1Upresent iti >n Tilt I eature y Vi i lehruiry al Tl e A 1 ilia na sta e campaign is now in full swing I ntil tlie da e f the tlemoe ratic IIMI y eution f le ttoiis of tint pan} w llkeepuy a Inely exchange of compliment- and after that dale the b itt e will be betwe 11 tho elemo- 11 1 irounltry r t II ilf id i I M1111U I rltli T 1 tin ins si. Ui him n, 11. s Hi 1 ro t lit- it il 1 ii fn il ll Inli 11 11 ptel It nls i su t. t us t r 11 si vn t in 1 tl e stiu in IV u 1 y s AV v utos a i 1 reap t x-rats cirr cd the st ito in thn p 1 i1 n tv of He i In ks I ir i i i in the irru 1 it II at i M nt is n t s >t thtre is nil m id of refreshim nt i mem i> as t t the methods cm [IF! IM I I T II IT FOl P nei ilMi hoi 'r lime tl it IT 1 S of his 1 1 al u ll L I. r tl sajs mi 1 It f the v rnmeiit u rnmT luUwiu 1 read over the f wl it hi hnl said an 1 not have 1 ub- 1 tin I tend the whiili m 1 would be 1 issnnl j m the won.i i is li 'ri'eilv an 1 improper M, I ll -If 1 1 "e violitld am rillo of 1, u i vvhiih I hue t t lav n firmillv I withdraw tl em x 1 i 7f l( th t trie and t hat tl tsi u r wl i ho mi e t] e ch kn i tl at it was i true tl in I di tiiil. rsti I 1 the rule of tho sen ita I U ,1 utlii e, Iff use t it 1 I withihaw it inu apo fi r It I 11 IVDI Kit's STATMFNT Mr handler- I will not rtplj to the Ren tlcii m ir im 1 imdathis mrnungin uu] arha u e 1 I n n wh cl sn. i n h 1 i i wi lm_ i milt u II nl t f tl e voungbibiejin their arms It was a most pitiful sight and tho distress and main festel was heal trending Midmirht came but nohodj thought of sleipmg DiJ begin to daw and every bod j wore still about the mine weeping and ciymg while the workmen were to rescue the Iii-lier than known hefejre in years WOHTNTX, AT "AYrOV Agent. BIRMTNGHIM, Ala [Special r t itli it i 1 i 1 thu allow wlnl Hilf 1 i- ur Ic I JU t ueh i i n r t it u i L s erstwhile le Iain truth I 1 sfite 1 in tl o b f.ne tin sei ate anJ t lave ri fel re 1 to tbo ui.l i li t ons- vvhnt it r fi. n Honda las 1, ,n I htve r.uted the worls w 1m h ho us. I u 1 tl o alter ui. ns wluih hi mi li in thn rheiilr. i rt Ih. fact, aie stueil in the r Ihofiasuetric The u n.plaiiit nil h I in i li wis tint the senator In 1 ill I r, lulu umukswoi.lswl, h ho h 11 intend 1 d 1 lot u, iplalil ill the ri )f tin lai wluih ho (In ,s mil all uneiitarv m mis s es n the w ll. Hi. re I lion I hope that will link, eis 11 to in form the _. uiitiv ill In irnil the Hiyu tno us, 1 bv th, sentr wis i iihunoiitiiv an 1 w h it lui ill imv hi u i Ibvscnitors m rl 1 iti in r.llur whither in atta k or m d< tiiise lh  the soiiatoi fi 11 II, 1 iti in I Is u i to s.ij that howevei miicl 1 i m iv r pri i 'i the si iiatt r from New II imp lu [in.lhivin r  he did iv 1 i Mi 111 1 i e.nt, ilel i I e m it 1 ___ L THl.Ei: -HKKLTS j fcrre 1 ind diet oils tho re-olntio to the CJlimittepo but to the committee tirelessly working awaj trwn, unfortunate men THF MFV AUK SAFF Some brave men went down m the fastened ca e ind cut a hole in it Tins lit divlight mio tho cave below and immediailv i shout fioin the miners w is heard Tin gool tidings wne then sent lip tint the men vveie aim r mes were let down nil me bj one tho men were i ..He 1 out V, hen tho hist cue del the groun 1 he was at oni-e surumuded aivos and mothers who kuo.v if tho i loved ilso ulivo I ortuimtely ,vero alive but to hive reman el in the a few hmis longer all would have been end The watei had n eu four feet and ild have-soon covered the he ids of every u They were all wet cold and half dead taken from the tnuu lint so ovorccme with joy at being res t! at thcv all seemed cheerful A TALKS Toila- the correspondent talked wiihamem ,01 or the unfortunate men and lioard bun tell if their experience did not to bo rescue! at all an old man who had a lunefim Iv L mtinuiug he said e fi It sine that the mine ha 1 c 1% ed ill at ho top and ml a man of us ev ci expeeted to tint pit alive Weallhud dlel as close together as wo could got, and spi nt the entire tune in sinking and pravmg Vt e knew it the rate the w iter wisrisiii'onus that it would be onlv a mao ter of few hours before wo woul 1 all drown and it ri quired a lot of tilk and pi itioii to ko( p some of the men fiom 1 d1 water and drowning even bet re it was three feet deep e ill concluded to bland on our feet just ai long us w e could stand VI hen we could stand no longer we had agreed to all lay down in tho wati rat the suno time and At L'lni, tho-e is heavy damage from the flood Main c, uuty bii 1 es were swept an iv and also the rn n brii'0es f the Cm c iinati, and Diitoii rulioad ALL TKHOI C.H I5TDIV.NA Conslderab e damage Ins been done to rail road propertv all ei Ind. ina bv heavy rams Indianapolis an Iv einitj bevnal binall bridges been washed away The Evlnsvillo ami Terre Haute bridge over Fel river is so w cal eiied that ev en footmen aie notpeiu ifedou it iraiikjin ib practi callv cut eft from railroad cominuincatii .1 The I'anl and'e hndgi tins It of (.dunlins O wis w ashe 1 out md nns on tint division aro compelled lo go loniid ovei the I itt e Mian i roil At I mra on the i istein division of the n id a p tram cum through It was ail iwtnl time and I think we tlnth m rec trmzc the it cntlawif ho should meet him 'i es'oid ly illmghaii; was m the iieighboih oil where the relative1 of Liu-rows live when half a dozen roujh looking men irmel with lepeitng riles an 1 nvolvcrs stojpc 1 southed him They told him he was a do ectivc in disguise and the book agent business was p'aved out When the-v found the description of Burrows their suspicions were confirmed, and the> tol 1 Willingnain if lie did not leavi tho cou.it> inside of twentj fmv heiirs he would be a dead man He v as badlj fr gh c.ne.1 ami hastenf 1 to bill the noare t railroad station wl re ho took the first tram to this city Wilhn0'han ho water-odcep I ist iiight that n put out the tl at Rube Hurro-n s himself T as one of the leunlerthe b ller A fre _ht Irani tried to m Uie u souhe 1 him wliehis ollow soon ift r b it was too 1 ite, and several as Burrows is known t i Be in cars w ere i cckeel lust njithot inconn night it wishidont feet of the Indianapolis .ill inceiiiies trae1! T airar county that THE K AT mtjlls Comms I" AT.NUX E. uction by the louse Posses n Bill Stopping Th, ii I olnajri Hism iv 1 Iriirv 1' -Mr Hitt t! n 1 r i tmctions from tl e e imniit f >reigTi i Tans asked mm i i us r n i r i uric n the smite ie> iluti n t ug (be prcsi lent 11 HiMt, tie if ivi an Is! i: Is to sde t delegates to it tint kingil im m the pan 1 r of i bje ted and per i Is 1 jt t n ii itwithstand i g tho f Mi M Lie of Kent t kj th it 1 o i v l 1 >iiti lulu, tl n c tinge c f 01 e d 1 I 11 i i 1 ir c 1 l nces an 1 three II c.i sum was tikeu on Mr Shermans ,1 iiiti the Ksdntic.1 to tho eommit- t.Toniiivi 't uidilietuii anltbi m.tim wis iiliipl T It wis al ooidirel tint the r. i u of tl e si nale oil tho d in ques ti i 1 illict be stele itjpod until iitrthcr or Air (-ill flcret a resolution (which was T ril Icilh in the eomiinssioner of hsh ui 1 li 1 n. s f irTnf .rin Uion as to tho produc tion ail atberui" of in the tinted stucs ind "is to tin best me ins of lucre ising the ludustrv At lo "Mr Bl ur s edn. itional bill was tik.niip a- uiinmslieil business and Mr oke ad ressed the seinti ill oripo itioii to it He, i nosed it lie slid because it ele nlj 1 titiitkn, and because as a mo is most unwise and die all suf f.'red the" horrors ot a hnudied deiths Vv e were simi ly overcome with w hen wo suw d iv 1 Lht break thr ugh the b, 1, ill the and I euiiiot tell you how I felt SK VTCHV'KS St-ltPltlSEP The Louisville Detected 111 Grave Itobbery IOUISVITIF K? February tlie storm was at its height after mldmnht last night a putyof grave robbers ill rthem oemeterj were siinmsed in the act 01 doseeritnig the resting place of. the dead, and one of them was kil ed Three otli ers w ere arrested and placed m jail but the fifth escape 1 The party consisted of three lomsville J T Blackburn oC the Dest; IS of tlie rehruaiy 25 worst fiarsin to the Walnut drove disaster are more than realized although particulars come in slowlv and aro still meager 1 prospectors arnved lato list night from the upper dun that thev camped about the dam oil Fr 115 night At about 1 o clock Saturlav morning tin dun Iroke, the water ruslnii" down the narrow steep canjon in a bodv cij.ty feet high Ihey state that not even a remi mt i f the d im exists Ihe meiise bodv of w itel one and a half miles squire and bixtv feet deep v as emptied in a Ihey had tilkid with many from tho smaller dam 1 ttecn miles below who said that up to Satur lav evening tvvcntv live bodies had been r. coven d hut eould give no addi tional names Ibe suivivors were 111 the greatest destituti m hav ing neither prov isiojis nor clothini, A number of grain sacks were hi ing use 1 in hen of c othuiL, The camp wi A prominent citizen of countv here tod w states that he saw Burrows, and talked with him three d s ago Sev oral deteetiv i s here hav f olun leered to go to Laimr county with W illmg ham if he will go along as guide but hesajs sum ot monej would tempt him to go back there THK MISSISSIPPI TKls.4St.K1. ThctzpeitsSay the Treasurer 11 ill T.e All Jic-Ksiv Miss February 25 Messrs Waito an 1 Giilhth cashiers respect ively of tho lorrest National and Capital btate banks of th s citv who are at the re- it of the late Treasurer in v'estigating Ins accounts sav in ibsl uiec to m'lit that Hemingway w as m office four da s after the close of bis report on Dcc-eml er !1 and that tbo hoc ks show tint d irlng these four days he received into tl trc isurv in round numbers, oii'y about 11 paid out of the trcasurj alx nt C1V) 000 as f i lows On bonds matur ng J uiuarj 1st S100000 on coujr ditoi s warr Hits ;ee and the standard bcirir A lha ihhcaii' TIIF TV. O Tbe st CKCCII v c cc iiiiiuttee of tho dimo- raln irtv u 11 here on the 20th and wa3 allilticid r iv the chairman tolmel H Tiniplcins A rcsolnt on wasad. te Ici ling he st! te c nveiiti n to meet in Montg miery the _stb of next Thl b isis of ropre- ent it 11 agreed upon gives each countv one f l everv WO democratl. votes cost lor ivernor m the last an 1 one de tgite r each fra, tion of that number exceed ng ISO v ites At tbe next stale CMivmtijn a gov- ernor and other state ofhcerswiU nominated There are now six av ovv c 1 gubernatorial candl- ilatos m tl e flel 1 m 1 tl t i ami tigti is iwinff exciting The I1 ariuers Alliance unjor the leadership of Him K T Kolb is a sir >ng political f ictor in this state Kolb is the alli- ance candidate for g >v enior though ho pro- poses to submit to tho democratic convention, and lie is one of the strongest men m tbe tield. The executive committee of the republ ran partv met this morning and w as called t J order bvthairmuiK Moslev Jr The f 11 w ing members were present 1 A Mcso'oj, Jr H I) I) W H (.neii- A F Statton G Brivlale A N Me- l-wen S J Sims V Ilov U J H Thompson, W n Gaskins and G W Small miking tlnrtci n out >f the sixt en members of tho eominitue The d scussion of the matler of representation was lirst brought uj and it was deci led to adopt the basis of jears ago, which wxstuo 'dc i f r eai h number oE the h mse i f rei resentatives ind two d 1 lUis at Hrge fr im each countv The subj ct .f Iho time and pi lee of holding the convention was taken up and 1 rought on a lengthy cliscussi 11 there belt g strorg ad v 01 iteis of Inth Monttmnerj and Selu i Montg mii-ry w as selected as the i. e for ho ling th, con- vention ui 1 June 4 h at 11 i i th, inormiig as the time of meet ng A resolution vvasalopted indorsing Mr M C Dujtli as congrcssm ui from the fourtl dis- trict ai d ai pealing to the republican 1 1011 to give him tho si-it n w nl'el bv Mr lurpin Bj speinlnsi lutnm JeBer 11 county was illowcd twelve mste id ofwxvousit tho c- nveiitini Tbe memlM-r- if the c >mm ttoo do not Ulk ibout tho probable rc.su t i f Iho c nvcntion but it is likely tint a fml stato lieket will be putni the I c d THE DFMOCRVTIC niV ISIOV The fi 'ut in the deniocntu ranks is pocn liir in that the bid fair to captu- convention and make it tho organ of their gnevinces This would not be so noticeable were it not th it these tinners are alii uicemen, and as snih are he 1 1 to be botind bv act on of tlie late convention held in St the inei t thin 1 kn and the 'a 11 ers it v, as r, s ,1 the principles ad. ted all uli le d. spite the ed cUs of political c iiieuss oil limes Among tho articles ngr. i d i pon nl to winch neither politi il 1 arty e the- own f iel I ,1V- the were sev has ever supscribcd 11 fo msta ershipof rulroals, etc by the Ihe of this ntv f r lift, vears the dim cratn rrgan of this stale raise il tho err that men who m cirtin r ntin- K neies the ir nidi prruieni e of the denine ratio ,irt> should not be candid f r "iTother worls those who adhered St Ixiuis pngramuie ulioiild be third pirtypccple Tins w as I lainlv a cut at ll.n 1' Kolb commissioner of ign ulturo, how a, a member of the St I mis conven- t HI Ihe war has been kejit up bv the Ad vertiser and has n w issnn ed a hulepersmal The farmers low over flock t K lib Leungs and avewtl-ir tlie gnVx n n il J air i .lit canhdAtc L nsi I' ui is riiom-w G Tone-- 1 ivcnlnmKr.it po mlir t> imon t fueii of a 1 tlie l w K II iididatt t irns li in h Ah I i i ii r 1 a n, the socrt.taiy of s tt t i nit two v it L! t, to T [i i_nt il I ute 1 States at tho intonit i i c Tifi PC n o in r fi rt ,rf tu 10- t  1 HE Olvl YHUM V niLL Tl IK u-.r tl on in nnin it tot f t'ie wliolo ti u t i is iLTLt u f tl L Oklih ma lii 1 Mi 11 >ker i f Mi ssi ssi pp iuo-% f d to sti 1 G ilu lit tu n T le house bill (which ib a, siiO'.t tutr t> the hcnitc hill) trains tie b un U ries f tin u mtorj so its t include tin C In okto outlet VFu r i U M-. n sii n a ole as tikcn on tl o nioti >n an i 1 1 11 oJ Mr H irnes r i st tlie nt f no q ior im and tl o c h urm in (I1 ijson, of llhii is> c inte 1 tl e comnittti1! b t ci ul 1 lin 1 oulj cu 7 rt.-.Liit thiee less than i iju iruin fsl the committee rlirectecl an 1 disc oied the preseiir o 211 members Vshicl fact ft rm itl> innounceii to tlie li an 1 tho coiiniuttee icstimed its setiSJon Mr Hooker b moT on was to reading further action, the house, at 5 lourued. 'v o ,s0li'tVh ul c.nXtautTy declined in public Ivv m til now indicationstavogood gromicts i'l'ltVsMuto'rftonK Ihe advocacy of Hie 1 11 vlr Rcasaii obtained the Moor to "m ik a.uiist the bill ami after a brief execu wl Grant and another whose name Tbe-v had nt oo clock adj SI. "S S I- VV 1 UI K i the Game. ebruarj 25 the tourna- crack billiard h'lliils Instnd of obejing they ran and v ollev was hred One colored man was killed, a id one esi aped Tho three physicians were ciptured______n________ HE IS A NIHII.IST. A Dyins Man He Was in a Plot to Kill tlie Czar. ST PACI Minn February 25 Pioneer Press special fiom Pierre, N D says a man fell from a scaffold at the oleetr-c 1 ght works list night and broke both thighs He wai work repairing a smokestack, when became in contact with an electnc light and was stunned falling one himdred feet He thought he w as about to die and made a confession He is ail exile from Russia being implicated m a gieat plot to blow up the czar two years ago and gave the names of sev eral high Russia, officials who were also concerned He ha! important documents m his possession to'sub- sta'itiate his assertion and has promised fur ther dev olopments The Kanfc Indicted. NEW February 25 -The grand jury today found two indictments against Coshie TTan Zandt of. I eiiox Hill bank one fo Milk Slant Down. t iN H February2S Theoperatives mi s nulls Manifested their nation to hold out ogamst the reduction in a most decisive manner today rreasiirer Armor) s recently posted were to be given a Bnal The operaTiVes are leavmg town imtely he operai m largo numbers by every ttttta Rather Bad Customers. INTO THE CREEK. and Terrible reck on the Tvansville Terre Haute Ind Ftbruiry 2j No iiville ami Chicago fast mail on the lie and Terro Haute ro-wl -which left ille at 12 >5 a in went into Kelso eek and i hilf miles north of Vin- The and Terre Haut( s carried away before tlie trim own TJV -x road hndgp and the Indian- polls and washing down jainst it The engine aud higgagc car fell nto the creek The engineer and fireman are supposed to i under the a t jtil wreck onductor Coolf-y w is injured The coach and sleepers fell on the ide 111 the ditch Two passengers names mi in the coaches ere slightly injured so one 111 the sleeper WIN hurt The sleeper v as taken hick to incennes union depot this orniiiK 'null the passengers and wounded Engineer LA ons has been on tho road eighteen years, and 11 about fiftj-eight jears old Fire- man Bow den was a of the late Superin- tendent who died two years ago Both m TTie Veterans Meeting in July CH-VTTA.NOOQI February a mass meeting of the citizens of this city Llntlioisnotadcfiu'tcr The committee appomtcil b5 the will an imeitiRauon next MonJay In tho meantime tlie excitement over the matter lias subsided Buiineas at the ofhce is. ninning him ill lnf, e not the C Tiel r) ha.i jonng .11 ti c combui itK III II Tlie Funeral >HN J4f OB it, in Trinity Chapel the "oM 1 nU AHU.T lieie taken u TrmUvHajcl inTnunj hfth smet liclri The A DOMESTIC TRAOEDt, On Bullet held tonight it was decided to tlie con- In One bei Into Another CHiTT4.NOtrA, Tenn F r iar, [Spe- Thompson a white m u. tlartj- reside, on the IK rders of Tennessee and Georgia He is marnel tj a Rioter of J hn G ber also a re'-nlent of the Old Mrs Gobcr who n, a widow rerentb purchased apiece of 'and from her son in law Thf mpson it seems Thompson eould nrt m xke a c title and refused t0 refund tho mriicj pail for the prupcrty John Gober the win ajoungman about of age had had several tilth with Thompson and insisted upon the re- 1 ev Morgan Tt: it .lo of the rasket were i G Knv' Olcmcl E IT Btcr Tol n Soothmajd and lowing them  K i r rs in tdi I r A- hird KIIIK C W ad alder I-ol- of the fnends Wh le the d down the aisle the Yve-wonal 1 7" The c TMfe of th l.ie J I Hark, n id the FI ils I Jsi Me w Minn toTliee I an 1 tlie onai federate cterans associatien, h ch meets here in July a rousing wel- come, and a committee of leading citi- zens of old soldies of both armies, was ap- pointed to take charge of the management of the affair The indications from letters re- ceived by B carap of ex-cunfedtr- ates, of this recen ed from all parts of tlie country are that there will be an immense crowd in attendance Tlie I: irst Payment. WASHINGTON, February secretary of the nay y will today make the filst payment, amounting to to tbe Richmond Loco- motive Machsae works, of Richmond, Va., for worfc aone machinery designed for the battle ship, wiuca is being Irailt at Korfolk This is tbe first large payment of money that the navy department has made to the south smcatlie Thonipson rerused to do so and a bitter feel sprang up between the two and his motl er 1 hev met at Mrs Gober s house and renewed the dispute In a heat ol passion Gober drew his pistol and shot twice at Thompson both balls lodging in abdomen from the effects of which he? died Gober took flight into and searching parties nave been or earned and are hunting for him Both par ties are well known and huberto respectable citizem of the county in which the; reside CHAEI.OTTB N C February 23 Deputy Marshal S Kirkpatr ck, of Greens- boro was shot moors'ntier. seven miles SS Hillsboro loday The Orange count} favors moonshn-ers and they livelong been very troublesome there Tins afternoon deputy Kirkpatnck and party start a Search for an illicit distillery When nassinir a negro s house the negro vent 111 and wlh a (run m h-A-rt re in Kirkratnck'a face The witha eroan, and immediately A C Patter- sSfoneonbe party, drew rovolver and be mortaliy wounded, but hopes ot his re- corery are entertained. 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