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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               nni 'pRIcFlTVE T" VOL- XXI. I A tlOll r A1SD uAJvii bnes N ss W 4 N tiOEV XOR THE jLVIlOK a.- u BECAUSE CRITICISED HIM -n. hail UlAttmU. IronHlsDcmoc- )llak of Loyaltj XSHIS..T, Fibruirx J, '-Mr a word to ihx.ut the doubts of m tho Atl.cn Han n lh He also sav- that he not be ma -I c 1 t.'1 1 t 11 t nt .tt isif d eerx v I Vl ii- v trf.tv MLS i wisi sm i 1 l.a.io 1 w t m i intim.l HI'" 1 bil a th P cf I n 1 x, [Hit 1 l a inv h 1.1 vxl ll I ix cm ,t, n .s t .t I i, i ithv wit anv nt ot tl i 11, i lit n Hill ii 1 Ttv isgi i m i J t 1 i" "U thl 1 Ihe ions i i tv ti U his so often 1 i, 1 me i i t a tin! lit tor governor n r inv t ,1-1 n t Ii. Id n tknow vv !b Mi i It fivirit, but if h. will tr  MT -XI h. VI S e I VIM-is, M Kn the mill) ic in slr-m, rani 1 1 x -I Hi, same wh> em el I" negi A- xv I t. h u vxi 1 h n Uil o 1 i c 1 H .'i i i n .iti 1 fiv riblj 1 1 iv It i c f i a half m 1 a t r v. 1 alltgo.I t> hi I ,11 in V 1 1 fit' 1 wl 1 trill .1 a u h VI- f l t 101 t -th ix r Ihec 11111 p i 1 x U-t c -1 ,t M 1 vein, v t 1 il a- la '1 sc, i in nt xx 1 never in it It is 11 w 1 d i i i v th -n-1 n mttsM K iv seem- 1 1. in tl r uil cm lie is ,t is veil apt tn ge tl i h 11 wi-sentt bn les.aiiUat tf i trifle I at nt itieatheceindit on o th l.biru elisse- w 1 n h n pun phltt n w u, distributed 1 irgely dunng I H-t ic i -m a. 1 be mrxleitn c inns n vx ,k 1 Ml (.IcvoUndl It felt Vt in nu xx 1. he was or n t it stems he is t r u i 1 dwitb l hilt im 1 f.r Ins work JI Kivi- nn. I m gl vovvit i Ihc-vv innof sul si Ij huiiteis that are infestim; the capital rill Dl DLF, il r C. 1 putt si cl te el iv that he thonjcl it ve iv ir ihh e vv nil be able to dofe it tl mil net e 1 1 1 k I) i 1 tv i- i >-u i iste nt n Hi si- lowovtr hardlj 1 11 si it ir will IL .lie t ,bc it n f j xx n 1 f in ikcsju lift an t Ii, i hut a- H irr son and Llaik-. n ire e ettnmt e thit Hi 'iv iall U i 'st m tor at Vmeni tl L n 11 ati-.il is to r nun t be c 1 It is ui lei-txil '-enitor S e inn, vx 11 pr bill} v with ll t en x ,t_iin-te nl rinati in but it will tike u, mfm icpubllc m x tes te k 11 u Hit it u l 1 hi ll n '-t im, e ble tn gl t 1 l_x ri-p ail 1 others wi 1 go before 1 n "e in i ittte en 1 ste lures, tet ei tei l tx 1 xx ti a tin ri-i i ines up e i o M P f.iioj of Augusta i- i i-itn n Mr L ir t .n I thwasto.liv api Mnteel at U ev orinievnta! -t x K n iitnC.iit Mi t u .1 er toliv, ijiomted Lluoiioo Him- EAVhite toiinty a cadet it In i 'f On A. 1 .1 a postolhto estabh-he.; elxj if I'm i, Uoolv eemitv 1- 1 CH PETITION Alleirtil O.itiages I-, rpetraten in Months isnisaiov Feh uirj 21 -Mr Cl an TVT sente 1 a ptti on fr .111 I. limn count} kn -s r. [resent a- tint at f i -talc o ti th, re Isss a-v-lo .aticreig tirr i "i v i ed tha' ill 1 m 1 ree kle -s n i-iixl i tl e i miitv, m Jit 11 1 div uinri tho wins uulsho I an I whipjingeol thit st i c Is an 1 c'liin lies h l ic ei inoriizicl i 1 ln'l .1 camel c It f. i. the piotettieii itn' i f FH INTFPRLPTEn Mr nanisa-ske t Mr h i 1 or vx hothe etatementw nth ho w is -11 ik n w a- su hr tt st it. mint is the r lie e I ti uip'atc tl e piestntatioit ol pe tu o ail added it w Us m din ct vie lati in ol tne ru e Mr L handle, it[ lied that ho m lerstoo rule and how the ru o was construed H not reading a petmou but was reading as com eiised a statement of it as he could i In jastieo to the petitioners Mr Harris desired the ruling ol the memorial shall have indorsed on it a state meat of iti contents and shall bo lite, and referred vvithemt debate H ir remarked that Mr Chandler had rll] that us was as briet and compart CO make it, and added that the rulo "em iti eatirel} to the diseretion ol tbe r'Terrv asked Jfr Chandler whether he himself prepared the statement ho was Ing or whether someboely had done 5 r Chandler replied that ho had not wnt-' IIc'i'o thousht he had collected it lum- c Of 1   i ted m U c -tune of 1 m o.l mitis with consent of tho senator st i' nVr.- the n omnpleti d nn 1 the i eso -ever, lolher from A rk u.sl s on uiusiibuil) vv i, leteirtd leitheeimu.it- e x 1. .-mil Ixeti. us o IT ir a (vxh, 1, went 1 tome, re re 1 Ui, ntulinds. 1 lime, the 11 rilile Hi il and 1 nmsi.1 i U ulre id el inv b, tvve. il h. an 1 1 m.pi d.r, cl t iltoiiie c i t i il to m-tltnt, [rwen a r'.vti.t inv fnitlurs.les ofsutl, hmd "l" 1 ike n up mil 1 M itj si v. -.en- en lnl .te 1 .Us passed Till 1 L VII 1 II I Al V.IS i 1 k tl 1 Ur i In. in ml bill w i-ikill 111 is mil III-' 1 bus ill t iv tutive sissi the sililtt 14 4 adj. nine d till tomi.iu.xv If Demoe.ut l.o -..bmiHtd to Itc. .1 s ItuluiK hm.r- "d. b IIP "sh' uld ".i" I'lh'.'vx'e 1 'ifl 1 in vlo s stl m is te bttuiMle.ee "l heV'iLe of tin i tc -t it w is e hinil m by Mr K. well ml Ml 1 e n 11, s ell 1 s xx, re n i num. 1 hv. Mi c f u i M, 1 will vx .ss, ,nl, Ihv M. x i ail Mi  m trv that 1, bodv 0 th'e e i.gre-s o, the 1 mtl.l state M'e'nTnj fuifhci ekbite tbo "house a juurneil _ _ ___ BII LI tKl.TOl UN IMfsT c Geoigc f. Iv es (lie IS.'J 0 i line hilliud t >tj) t di'e'ss a 1 i 1 jlaj if the ut ie nine minutes T AND WATER. by a rumbling no.se which lasted sconds and tbun burst upon the tow 11 m rig fury juiliieis houses fiat suffered most are Bo Kings hardware store, Mann houre, pause's photogi-aph gallery 's grocery store Hotchk.ss Lvle drj Seitts Lord, Glass drug store t: oi.mn TH mas s grocerj Winston VV i Me r orv nd the cotton compress Ibe Jewisn true Methodist church, HamMst ftma e and courthouse were also unroofed and tse damaged A LOSS OF LIFK _ only life reported lost is that of Mrs Cooper wife of an engineer A tree rossthe house, crushing it in, killing d badly injuring two of her children Marianna Ark the new Christian wa, completely demolished s rea shed was blown awaj am the roe, s ot other buildings we re "licit Sp.ingsold obsoiv i irv, whi, h rLS for voi il voir- oil the s unit of H it smonL.n U.I fn.n. whose tc.p theu "ofv sit.rs lave viewed the surrounding bo r v. as 1. v tlh d to the groimd bv the -a e Ca havoc with the entiit com. -tvue fepr and Oauchlta nv er n lim hons'es v7 ere to, a to atoms am atb of the storm is one mass of w rtoko gl ,r trees were uprooted and m nlaces t he r .ads are completely block Jt bv fallen umber It a not knm ton of de lie to buildings at little Roe k and Aloxuider that plate a school Chouse was blown 'lOoVlot k Ohjo riv er _ this j, If ram ts in and rt jitciiinfe, would, ciu-so ft Hood" U.rLo" inU.es, per r LAST DAY. W DICK Jit. FI 1'lSStO K.I1 I FT> A POUCE2XAW cause the Officer Compelled Him lo mote a Bauana I'eel ILT H, Fla February -ToHigh? nnknowi! negro bought some bananas m a it store on Haj street He ate one and ew the peel on the lloor The proprietor d him to piek it up but he refuse 1 ami tbo mer then called Polite man e_ ,1 I'avne at ose command the negro removed the [.eel, I the officer w ent out 1 lie negre. follow ed 1 called to him The ofh a.ige Ibeorheor ow his coat open and exposed it when tho gro nred tlire-e shots the hrst one sinking; badge and tbe other txvo making woundJ t ie othe e r s he i 1 and thest killing him m-nt'j Tht niuixlc rer Tlx. KlrkpafrlckTriiBetlT P N t r hruarj te-riievvs t.wiav r, girding the shooting of ce a lit xe im, Kirki.atn k near >r isllntl. is ding nusU hurt over entj siot having s n k in Iiv.is.meof s de nines who Min 1 fir, in rro vvh. sh, t Kirk, itn 1- and the -e-sm vx is kilbl eirhi.r D.i-.u went i.kt Hill-borot r K-nri mull. .1 t-sis, un e, j i phvs cian wi nt will m mil ilmc, t it-11 1 K rkpatr k H, w i- t >k. nba, k tolIiIlH-iroanl e irr 1 t Or, ii-l> in la-t nighlby lh. r Ur k ..nisit.il trim of bin 1- shot uut and h f u t is ternl.li inutile .1 A Sheriff Kill. .1 bthriiirv 2e, In 111, t m n f Spnnghell 1 i M n.lav nigh, 1 11. 1 pn j sh, nlT w is kill. 1 Harmon xm, hen re.mli w mil lt.1 mil un hit. shot xt se l, mix 1 it 1 liy 10 He otniss i f Ills h -s. h. n n e 1 ic tueemcii wtro n h.rsil.i.k ml hid t.rtoc hone abut mi In Jit frm t w u ncien M rgan ml a. n miime.lHah have ecu arnstel chargid with the .rune p, 11 in Jiii, !SFW IRK l.l.rnaiv Jii Broker Poll, in.er hi.  hantaLle N FV7 e.HK Tel 3, 1 n '-ir Jacob r al, I, ot probate liew, s f sheets ,f -r, l.m, it M, tr m his [oBj.ital Mn-stum Htj irVi i a- Alexander C.JDWI 41 tie r.-t, rom Simmons Armst f tl, Ihe Wa "ri F Southmav hIJ 1 ITU ders ao-aui-t ism es m I Tne wo- <1 atwurkveSitoriLxy tlll. ,uva-S'y 1U l c crcut ul   See In in tlie J xecution. IKVUVGKMI, Ala Fe iruarj 27 k Hawes w is sltepmg at 1 o eloek ml ininil.dr.il of the fatt that tomor'ow is his tll day on e ijth ne ust xilside the Cell the death watch was ,h ling m xt midnight llivvcs was talking to tie nl and talking of his death which the 1 xvv eiitieedf r the morr ivv He vv as the 11 sit, g niion his bunk m his a[ ,iarel vein knjvv he said as he eln.pi ed upon S] uoiibel and pul e 1 the cov els ov or hi 11 ijvuknnv that I sh nl .lev tr h iv o tht op t-xx tnintj te go t bed but tmrc more u [ho w it. h le> >ke 1 at t ie prisoner and then umeil Ins only once more shall t imfro-s I .r t] 1 he said Then after a si .itpu.se he t( ee tiegiiirclbv n uue s.ving h I.cm 1 have but cine more d ly to hvi i 1 ve.u the l th l' i 'Ot ooiir-e I have Die k ansvverel Ihe "hen if ton hive Ihonglit of it sul me- vou must have thought that >ou bad tl c r K m vour 1 i m m mint N And whv not Slid the giurd clevsmg j. c book anl ig through tho bu, at x "Whv t hv I H tell J..UW ij On the next elai I t -iiet.ihe ml v ,u whv voudontkn.w s ion vou will clu Have cvi r though, ot it Here you are with an mieert.m f, Ilin lam with a certun life i on av diebif. led.j, and vou maj In e a bun r, ve us if >on cl in t mm ler sonic one H e. 1 must dn r rid he 'Uird li-tene d to the tllk until Hawe, upon Ins cot throwing bis vis aw iv fiom the 1 iilhmt light el the te I in ire Ihcn he u me 1 fiimitt' piisomr nd resume 1 Ins i, a, ing In t, imnmiile-j easier than lit h ,s h, r Lev ei.l weeks lit his .'.an Ion. d all of lift md u I ts fuc with i-e tut is '-nn Uv he wassu.len .ml in .rose just as he h is smce Wvly w iile.-ed His worls reshc.it md rough and to all lit was inj ...tlleismt On IMomlas -.initltoioint.virlimi mil a [ill ismt e" took th. [.He. ot the flown Then ill. mtvx res in alight c 1 c orv lone, were s, hstituted foi t ie abuse he give tl ose Tbntliu. Justwi.t proclmodtht ihaugt but the change his bee n 11 tmiiod ml tmifcl.t thoMi abnit the con loavy beard disappomd .efon the n 1.1 .do of baihe-r For v. ir, Haw es h ,s w n, a must he onU m 1 a tor iisarres.be w is given sh iv e two r thr e times aw, k This w is e iitmne un difimd" aiuls'iblt I cut off i h'ls'f vxi'v'-'r il mTi I'tiiith. irl.lnl n t in m.l i" h> iskl Itho cr Hf ill', Sh.n'f S ith h.vviv.r us cell with a barbi i Ihe c i md ami l fdovxel b di 1 mg into a eliau "l i 1 'tY> "i 'u.nihc tn o -xxhui h s shi s i. w 1 the fnce clean Ihe damp end of a clean low, 1 a sponge M ur.ted with biv rum was lull over ,t a, sVarubbe l" i s bind ov i r bisfue an dwme lusTlmugbts al'd btn.lmg ovtr his mirror 1 loked at 1 self t'.mo' far a'lel How dejts that ook lot 11 than he wasth. 1 .5 he an Fmi I'tttis "U ,r anVeno one% appears to know w ,e 'Tomgh" how ever I hav c be, n t a st ti. this some iTl, tly deadanlun es the ground than to have him come here tbe past few davs how euer "d bun 0 friend of the shenIT S.i, one ivas rope, and is nfteen feet c -.ATI, Februarj 26 All the elements disxstious Hood in the Ohio river seem to present The continuous wet llcr an s it, rate 1 the earth so that the excessive falls of the past three or four days hav e a id then ontltt in tributanes of the rner t, t eatiru valleyol the Ohio the ramt HI be, u. enormous Frem the Kentuckj side thlcc B.s bandj nv r comes w ,th a boom almost wll s inlle-ioil while tho Kanawa river, fiirtiier me.rsout.ts swelling volume The ota.Hex ..ng.MuHknifcum.mOb... a-we las two Mums the nver ben b'owi o a rise is coming dow n from the he idxv a hcii-l since'.a m -x ste ril iv fe twenlv ir loni-isoxn seven toil About five feet will begin mt, if. rcnoe with r.iho.d comll the ai.deve-rv inch afte I that will men ast ittrnut aswtll iw r mse the elevation ot b C.U i aauties of goods m all tho bottom ,.or- Ma n of the citv A Hood is mov-it Us J P .oitiems depend on the vx e .ther of the next tm'b d .ys 1 aded All -iHROirn TUT WEST 1 vvhet A t "W Uorto v n W is tho most vieiotis SHOW 1 -vvore xrn.m tw o J e irs rifced ye-lerd.j and last true, ,M Ihe snow i. ompamed with a lierce C  night tlieisw, i, i, w is Msited b} tho 1. ivi.st rant ill thit eurnd f.r the last jeirs j p run si .nn .r. ml ma d jij t, "iv'V 'lln stTe imsaie swollen md the low 1 "W'e.e'sl, i and wind is lagmg at A.sl 'w It 1 isle. a snow.nn md ble wing ,m, Situ, .v mght x m 1 irrliv .1 e.ne u of s.xtpl down upon Oshkosh Wis and in m hilt m hour threo laches of snow 1 11 a mil it was with tbo greatest difti-Hvt xts.ie te.rs op, r ettd 1 he sto, m is firlbevv i-l f the J< ir Tho effect vx 1 1 k, MM fell, m lln liiinl.tr cm wlei. the xx ill, ilv so 1 I II, itl ge.uge.ltrui 11s the 1 inks of tho C olnmbus n i r "w leu'ipor inl'y h xhh.rbv v.ur iimg m on the m 1 it no extoimve .1 imago has been re embirras-moi t was caused at am, ilv hmu bv the breaking of tho iiitur.l ,i- 11, vv! ere it c losses Hig limit cree K s IPPH h id to b, shut off until r, pairs ,rc mail Jlu w itn mil rf. rod ill, the m bin "v f the 1 olnmbus olectrl, plant m 1 lami s w, i t MI, 1 11 U a Hie I, .ur last t Jl.avv rims.r, ropc.ittd throughout Ken t kv kfe rt tho nvor is rising very Iml'i si x or il hull lings are 111 a toil slit, of distinct, n A cotton re mpross was m'roofc 1 The N  j ist ii "u OS. r abm'lt bv" i til iig tree all 1 m-tantlv killed Hti'tvoeh 1 ion vvtrr -pvtrelj u juiod 1HI III RlSI-il. I here is ilit idv distnrbinoc of river .11 is ste uuei c annot pa-s un b r the su-, s n b.i The toamer Sherlock f New Orlem- is ro apelleil to deter he r de irtiut until the w ale r fall- on that account f At Hamilton, Ohio, the Kig Miami was h, he i list thin it has been for ten jears tl hileiile-ed the Struib one ot tie until a .olcls and many bouses were x" s m part I., many places the boav y i uafall was attended with a high Wim3belon es U and an arm bnfetn It ,51 HDINIjS esHOOrED 'V At Marieii, Ivy there w as a ere wmej le's storm The courthouse was unroofed anc slippod Tnto bbio mer jesterdaj wit dueottom W1I1> WtTfcKS Down the Cai.jons, Carrj.nB crjllims Before, lln m He.Ev.x lebi.iarj Jc, -News n t ie disaster reathts hi re slovv 1, 1 he inany eamp, threo miles btlow the lower n ronta ned about ir, people tw weeks and there were pr ibiblv that maii> m it he time of the d.s ister md f. ars iniii lined foi their lives A courier, who has ived from mar there, says hewas awakened tbont 2 o'clock m the mornmg b> the shrieks poi pie The wave was fiftv fi ct high win 11 hrstsivv it and was sp m the duk ,s i mill! .us of pbespliem'ccntijes mi thatiuib'e rvai ali.ust instantly swept the ttnts anl bu, tilings rhe i inj.m full of I itton wood trees ne i wen swept away 'Ihe low or dam l ucture, long and feet above truck withtlnrtv fttt abov e the suifate is swell axviy A pie, poet >r who wa, 111.111" nil bluff four milts bt'ow sijstlio lit fiom wbtit be stood w .s terrible m the n u i n.ri >vv place just bel >xv t itm tlh. c mv, n c.intriit- tolbeutone fo.'rt i il-xxillh hetweii. 1 e 1 cnchrul ir rock-, In 1 fie t 1 the w ui is h i i, el nih d f, 1 I'IK'I with I ft u till e r L--la roir and rushed through tlie nlirc.w r e like li.htnmg clc .lung out thi 1st -nut of pveijthii.g movable, leaving t o ue hud i "'I Tbe Iciine-see Itis.ntr lean 1 ebruary [Spe i I Iho rennrss 01 river m tlir la-t tvxe., av- us risen 1 t toot now stni ds at 22 2 an 1 st 11 nsing U the rile of two mcl.es ail h ,ur ith. histfoitv-eiKhthoiirs44iiielies..f run avofillen and another heav y ste im will visit us seetl, lit. night bile the Teimosse e us t reac he 1 the duiger point ill iiidn itions ouit toa verv luavv rise as all the tribal les m the mount mis are up and sill iism., So tit damage hi- is vet been de Ml-.SI-.'sirPI nnngcr Imminent of Flooels Helow T. u ksburff. >SFVV OBLFANS, lobruary [Speria The Mississippi rivei ism a threateaii g C.J11 diticm from Viok-b irg down, and it is seareelj. lie 'o bold the levees agunst it The riverhi- during the present iiioiilli wtieut anv Oiiputnt reisou tor it r -en holier tun for v tars past toi ten daj- tbe plaiitois have been lighting it with some success but the severe wind storm which has prevailed has re suited m three crevasses with more promised THF RFPORTfD The crcv i-sos are below the eit> one a New Tixas, on the >tw Orlean, side of ti rivpr about twenty miles below; another a Billere, oil the west bank ten mile- below th city, and the third tbirtj miles above a Ilahuwllo In all cases the planters are re ceiling valuable assistance from the rai road wbith wonl 1 be injured in cose the crevasse remain open h ng The high southerly wine have blow 11 the water up against the ev ce and from New Orleans down it is -xvith a s inohe- of their tops On Bajou Laf >un ie, branch of the Mississippi, the water is high t ian the levees, and is pouring over the into the cane tields THF RIVFR E A.N K The police foreeof NcwOrleanspatrolIe.lt lev ee front all last night and tod u, and m were kept m readiness to ropur all breaks ai strengthen all weak spots It is thought tl tht immediate dmgorw-ill disappear when t pre-cnt high v-md goes down but tbe eve will be m danger for some weeks jet nearlv all the parishes guards have been s pnmteel to patrol them night and daj, a special appropriations mode for repairs a other A 1 rv W in m tsHijxnos. Vebinarj id either "re lcrtsli in this south Ml mtii tcr e f vx hie h theit is il.v ii-cord el n "'E ire 1 ,'is.imuiu U mi .tuns i f 1 ne-.l iv it se oc "l simms VMti'thiirrelition to the te nper.ituie ever ejbserv e d elmiiiK I- e .raa to ,-hm-tm scve two d gn 1 r, isbef.vv Wilmington si vent) el de t xeivt 'egree-below N.rfolkseve thite Her ele C harlot greos oeenued 111 ______ llliodt rroli.bitloi. PBOMLFNIE H I S ebruarv J> 1 ho pi, hibitiomsts put in nominatioii the fol nrkrttodav Governor Kev John H p "ov cmor, Joshua C Brow .1 s 'b a 1 of stare John W Moo.io} attor d Joni.T Biodgett, general trcas Juhu 1' Hazard ____________ __ 1 tbe 1 Ittle Abraham JONDON, February 26 -Master Abraham from son of the American hair, SlitSy "S beetaeJe of Her son tor tbe D6U- sesYWteeu STORM IN MARIETTA. The Electric Light plant Damaged toy t MARIFTTA, Ga February 20 fSpecial Our citizens were considerably aroused b> storm last night The elements -were charged with electricity that the most M r lightning with deafening peals of t mnc 1 reigned supreme for some tune The ci electric lights were put out and some dam. 1 aoiie to tbe plant At tbe central omct of telephone exchange considerable damage g done as all connections were burnt out, a s lug tbe alarm of fare to be given, and bring out the fire department, but prompt attior part of the operator, put out the fire before a department The bouse of Mrs A on Cherokee street, was struck h bolt of lightning, tearing away a portio )f one chimney and also tearing quite a hoi d tbe roof Tho inmates were not hurt, r- somewhat frightened Tbe rainfall was o experienced here for a long pomta in the A Distillery Earned-e, LOUISVILLE, February 26 W H Hal 13 distillery burned here yesterday aflem d The warehouses escaped. Loss i- ered by insurance The firs caught by a ie- ot the roof being, btown. in and strak: barrel. Tbe pipe boxsted aae nd liqttor thrown oolt into the iKWSPAPFRI   

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