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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. YOL. XXL ATLANTA. GA., MORNING, MARCH 5, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE MISSISSIPPI PLAN. KttOItVS SEK I OXGKES8MEK. THE SENATORS ON THEIR DIGNITY And Make An Appearance of Anger Because the Get All Their Secret beasion THE DAY rV CONGRESS. March 4 propf -.e 1 constitutional convention to be held in Mississippi is causing much talk; in the gation ht.re "With the excep- tion of senator althall all the members are Iieartih 111 fa-vor of a new constitution men of the state been atl- visin.il with Mr Justice Lamar, on the quest- tirm AU 1 it is that big hand will bo in the framing of (ho new constitution when jipon tonight, Justice J i j rt f nseii to say tiling at all upon the f i deoree heartiU new ronsti tuti i 1 presentati i who is one ft t! Utst Mississippi f s i nev, toustitn on ml in spciMng nb t tin matter tonight le su I he pu Mb us he mint f i 1 ni; residence of jti is in 1 a t ix of about 1? o- i I i' requisite t f suffrage IU --us there wt'l he no for xti or pri quiUfieat i iii for suf bit the Austi U in in some i ft niittru h modified will be jut t tnpoiitliei mention and he alijiLl lie things tins will be sufficient to eiuhu tin to cnntnl Then he i It ck turn i f irrsihiitial tic tors b> tf i ir The me of the g n fin i ban public to t r (MII lit f n rs 11 he thinks ofr il 'ins snould he exteiide 1 t four jears inakn i t nseqiient reduetion of elections aK f i the le lef the from the e e ii examination OA to mental an 1 i ill t tm --of ilet it nt; the standard of ju ii< l t! t i'ta e w th a especially to 1 i 1 11 i il improvement 111 the black r nut and Senator   l f i i f w De n rials n eluding Gorman n 1 ust s Cilquitt and three others n f i iriimth s rmittrmatiou he would I i e i n de feited I ho exposition of the t( i ii] H cioited i p inic and soon aftirthe ji 11 tn tht senate u cut into secret session at on e Ihe question of how biieh correct ac conn s ,ot mt was taken up Senator Black- Imrn t x k the floor, and aigued in fai, op of tlie press .rillerv Thou Soiiitor II mis of TVm took the rloor, to deny tlu printed, "storj that he had once en ont itive secrets to a correspon not know ing him to be one t r >m this he w ent into a 1 >ns; c< U arguing tho necessity of sen itt rs ti tallj inum as tn seriet si -sion woik I fit n Si n (tor h chairman of (lie M 10 I in., committee br< 111 a resolutu n fiom the mmttee pBUMdmg that correspondents Ji me recently printed session new sic bef( re tho committee and from whom tho% obtained their infoima tun and if lefused to tell anestctl ami held tniEil they do tell Senator Harris ored this resolution as did others OPFV THE HI-MFD Y Then Sen itoi Teller of Colorado, made a s[ 11 ch in or of ibolibhu g e M si HIS on confirmations and all in itter-. triatic Ihe maj tntj of southern men fa red thi-a Mauj speet lies were made on both si les Some sen itors went so far is to f nor railing the conespmjduiJs until thej tell fn m w h it senator or c uploje thej ob n 1 Ink lantern session news One 01 anted erj senator to st ind up and the i or not he had er en secrets of the senate to tlio pi ess Iliese II tn or( sejutlched an 1 tlie del ite went on lionet er lie tl nt; w as adoptp 1 E ery man in the fceu ite knr us just how tutn e session news git-. ut Ihe sen J. tors don t w int the cor- n h nN t< guc nu one but still thc-v u in t go through the form of an in iti n in ordt i that the necessity of scuitir then senets nmrt closelj gnarlt i m he impressed on each of the nieinbers rf that body However, all this ilis- C11S.S10H nltin atcH le id to nnen sessions Iinki 1 Hi it seenis to be the fair u to deal with i icsidenlial nominations, fui in stciet session the chancier of a man v h h is been nomin ited fnr ofliee may bo besuuK hed to the without the man IP igabletoknw whu has been said, or able to deft ml himself Sen Ho s aie indeed too free in their criti Cisms if i man in siciet session, and crilieiMi sail manage to get out, to the gre it Itisoiial uijnry of the i an Criticised who, in inauj instances con d rf vc ch xrge, th it are niadi to be totally untnie Indeed, the er  r coinmiCCi e and askei! fora 000 a] pinpnatim tocomplo o the woikoii the Coosa inir ami -300 000 for anew pioject, vluch looks to the complete opening of the Mr T Thuinnn will piobahly be ap- pouted postmaster it Gi fliu the next fen u am tkci has informed S cw utthat the ippom i ent has heoiidecided Dan el of irgmia todaj iiifrmm ISmaletti quitt and J; dge Sic wait tint IK w ukl be unabo to accept UeConti der- ate ui u'b itation to de-ln er a speeth m Atlanta on the Joth of He sajs pressing business here will indent his absiuc at that tune The contested ele- ion cano of 11 uherstone TS Cite ciiisimta ltl the daj m the house twelve spieehe. weie made on either side n 1 Jl e den 051 i s It seems, icrj unfor- nor, tunieU ft r them ,1 the ,ote to bo post pontd until tomorrow lt stoc-d todij the crats had the major.ty of memhers ,n the Far Contract In the on Contested CWM- WASHINGTON, March 4 resolution offered yesterday by Senator Voorbees, in re- gard to the fur sea islands m was re- ported back from tbe finance committee by Mr Mornll adversely, on the ground that the treasury department had already made the case, and tlutt the committee had no poorer to interfere in the matter The resolution was indefinitely postponed The senate at 1 o clock proceeded to the con- sideration of exeeutn e business At A 50 the were opened and the senate adjourned, Proceedings of the Hoiue. WASHINGTON March 4 following committee were announced bv the speaker Messrs Tarsney, of Missouri, __ f Raybnrn, of Pennsylvania, on claims, Bnrkne-, of Wisconsin, ou Mississippi Cheadle, of Indiana, oa postoffieos and post roads nsideratlrm of the Arkansas contested election cube of Featherstone vs Oatc was then resumed Mr Dalzoll, of Pennsylvai m, nu: tho floor The election case occupied the entire remamdei of tho session and had not been disposed, of when, at 5 oO, the hou.se I1 joninid Mr D 11 confined his remarks principal I v to the method of the de nocratsin Cnttt ndeii t box nticiil w ith Uiat presented had h< n used in ntten !fn co inty in at least three pi Uinsr plai es n o contestant in his brief ndniitted that the of ritlendtii countv, armed with t s hi 1 found jt iiee< ssarv to drne out twtnt  d ej It was an mteiestmj; th us to hen that notorious itleiiian dis f re the een nnttee onefeetn iisthenuj" i lance of tbe puiity of tl e billot, and the of inij tlie the imtrannneled in 1 free to >te as i-eil 'J o bor row the smilo of tho ntlei fn from Massa- chusetts whin he usp) heard Dudlej s statement he thought thcie the (ju scnptnu but it had ocenrred to him th it while tho notorious lutli nn in might not be, as Ins distinguished f nen d from M issachusetts w as n. nil reformer, lie was not, "in! he knew that w hat he w A.S quotmp to the c  hum in hung to ta  oi In diana [Kciitwul ipplause 11 i> is unaware th it lie had said inj thin., to piovokt the ontbur t on tho pait of lus f eiul from linli in i lie b id spoken of a man s iiputition throughout the country, and the ..cntril repute in winch he was held and he had not spoken unkindU He had hec n ijln-jli itjnj; the tutios of tho it wa-> ill lie w is showing th it counsel foi the c mtestaut argued for a free and puic btlJot had surh i icputatitn the untij that hi, did not to the liean is of his aijudp, milt th it In III (ajufst in miking it not tl e gentle in in "Know tin difleu nt effet t upon the public miiul t ie same woids m ike n fiom different men Th it w as lint he had me int to rt mei lie heard counsel tiilking iboiit the import nice L i pure ballot and the pioUitimiof the poi pie fiom coriup tion at tuc tiiough lie e mid nut call In ut tlic quoting sciiptUK he w is lemiiided of tho ncero me Uie senfltoi fiom "Noitli irolina r d it A on ''PC tuc smoke, d hrt will in Ami de liaste-t kind >f ile kind of tree leader it ilt, old c imp ground Uat km loudest sing a id nit, Js gwme to rob some hen i Jleio  eonnal imibition Hi list ejirne-th airen that the snaU he and (hret tt il me to niMte >ou to participate in an excnr-iuii sinulai to tint given mOetobcr auilNociiibei last to imntedjately upon final ad inurnment of the eonference and to return Iiere two 01 three weeks thereafter cmiitUi hie tune required to ma ie meiitt I beg the ot an tarU aceeptanee Sun's Cotton Review. NEW Man h utuies were a httlo firmer in tho morning hoiu in response to a report from but speculation w sluggish, and pnees weakened In the last hour, however, there w IH renewed st length on Html I port receipts, and the rapid reduction f f st ery diugeroi ill, htfcnbc liaiing elianged for the worse Tlie bill has been located appioMmatelj, but not a turatcly The patient's conchtioa ho r C'ver is sueh ll at the ans are fearful of the lesults tbat would follow an operation to the bullet JStr Tiulbee s condition w as wlbrse this afternoon than it was tw o daj s ago _ _ Democrats Called. TvrKsoN Miss, March 4 [Special! The following call was today promulgated meeting of tho democratic state executive committee will ho held in tho citj of Jdi kson, Tuesday. Mirch 25 to take action to idc for the nomination of del- ironi the state at large to the constitu- tional com ention, and for the transaction of such other bubmessaa may be presented." HE GRABBED IT .ALL. "WVSHIVGTOX, March 4 The mihtary com- mittee of the house today unanimously t oted to adopt Mr Lansing's favorable report on tlie Grosvenor bill, establishing the Cmcamauga aud Chattanooga national military park. A. S.4XK TELI.BS SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS GOKE. A Wlio Baolu Startle, LGUISVU.LK, Ky March 4 H Pope, teller of the Ixrawville City Sataonftl banJc, a trusted employe, a inan ot Deeming good habits, and a frequenter oifthe heat society of this city, is gone His at the hank yesterday at first no sus- picion, as it was supposed he was at sick sister's bedside or Die country, detained by the flood When no word was reoHived at 10 30 o clock. President James S Spirtliff, Vice President: James P Leroeh and Cashier W 8 Parker hocame auspicious They opened thetaiilt, and a hasty examination showed that somewhere between was missing, all 111 large hills BulJU and silver com and small hills left intact BFrORTJE.RS riKST tOCSD IT OUf It will leqmre cnrefnl examination lo state tlic entire amount that Pope took with him At first his friends would not believe that Pope had gone wrong A search hy hank offi- cials soon left no doubt about the matter and fitends begin to search for him, s hlj he w stin in the cit> He coufd not be found and soon the reporters erei! the bank they furnished the dctectnes the hist clew and leamed Pope h vd left on the T 55 o elock tram Saturday night for C It is supposed that he spent Sunday with lus brother, Samuel Pope there and left in tltc af- ternoon on the Grand Timik for Detroit and "NVindsoi, which ho could have readied, in safety by 10 o'clock He left the hank Jiatui- da> iftcrnoon with his usual gentlemanly gaoeUng evening If anyone wants me send to my loom or telephone He was wearing h s overcoat His hands at his side It is thought that hei must Jiarl money tl en, as lie conld it turn i d before taking the tniin id a imtnc of state, and is oid KF WBNT TO T It is learned latci Ui it Tape did not go to Chicago b it left here b iturday for Cin- innati, ivlitio it is lie took the train r Detroit and is now safe in Canada That Pope had been (ontemplating this nun e for some tin e is evident fiom the fact that for some   she hid been accumulating within reach hills of denominations rnither- moic in a recent casual cementation with T C.ianf Slaughter, st ite a_rent for the Fidelity and Casualty Trust of New which was Poj c ssniet> for 000, he had the vtradition tieatj and of eumes f n hich a man w as extraditable l' t been sig icd by tho es of n itions All hank otheials and clerks "uho handle money were required 10 bond a id he hid ffnm his through thcFnJeht> compj.iy tor 000 Ihe JjouisMllo repiesent-vt of Ihe Donald McPherson, andchb -itate nt Meie not fietl Ihey telegraphed to tlie e< npanj 111 and that their pnncipals will spend twice tho amount of Pone s boii I to secure his ariest A ruinoi w hu h has not been A enhed states that the c image took Popt to tTie tiain from his Jeffcr-joii et loom contained a onian AMOLNT OF HIS STI II INOS B ink olh< i iN statt tint the amount of the robbery is, in round lumbers and that think hocarued that amount .iwaj with him Then is a the iry that speculations will bo found to cover a enod of and that Pope really carried little with him This is denied the hunk oflicials, who say tli it his accounts jousJy aie all It his been well known among the bojs men about tow n, that Pope lias been going it protty strong foi cral jeara THE OEBATK IH PARLIAMENT On Adoption of Hie Report of tlu Par- TKFAStRKR INDIONAKT He Says He Plajert 1'olter, But His Ac- counts Coi reet Sr IOLIS Maieh 4 Xo new has been made regardins: tlio affairs of Mate T i easurer Nolan All g tale omcials ind other g  corroborates this statement and other cittcials express the sa nc belief Mr Nolan stated to- in referring to tlie published that he had lott some of the state s money 111 Ing draw at K uisas Citj and >ew that he did not care to talk about the niattei, but that when the q notion of his al I shortage is settled lie iioiiM gne the reports due and proper Ho pretty broad Ij intimated that he will bring Suit foi libel A Uepubhc special from Jefferson City savs Francis has formal I v State Treasmer Noland from office Tina afternoon Mr entered the executive department and was notified of the governor s action Tlie treasuici alked out of tho building and thereafter had nothing to sa; THfc. TRKASUUY INVESTIGATION. Mr. HctningTvay t, Boakd to IMJ Lookea Into Carefully. JACKSON, Miss Starch 4 [Special The legislatixe committee, all the being present began their im estimation of the treas- urer s oihcc today Tbcv will the press none of the results of their investigation until tl finished From the old books, bond- etc seen before them, however, it is certain that they intend beginning at the ground floor, with tho Tear 1870, when Mr Hemingway went into office, and bring their 111 est c itiou clow n t date II n fu beit C Patf of the, commission, ap- mod tu examine all the offices armed to- ai and has been engaged with the legisla- rcmm ttec todnv His colleague, Hon A H is expected tonight, and to- morrow the> will auopt the r line of proce- dure. _ _ A Bank Closes Its Doon MUNCIE Ind March t The banking firm of C L Lewis Co doing bus'ness in Win- chester, a town of inhabitants, twenty miles east of this closed its doors yester- day morning and made an ass giiment Ex- perts are in charge of the books of the oflic als made deposits with the bank, ind are 1 y losers The treas- urer will lose the auditor and quite i number of other persons will lose MUuTt i niiioun rangine from S100 to 1 lie iuni has IK en doina; business for a number of and a-  boat Three States made two trips to East C a ro vcsterdaj and one up the Mississippi to Missouri receiving people ramped out 011 tlie giound, winch Uiev supposed was bcvond tlie rear Ii of the fiorxl, but w lucli w as beinij rapidly submerged At Padura Kentnrkv fifty miles up the Ohio, tliere is much uneasiness, and tJie eity is not protected b> le-v ees, as Cairo is, and in 1882 it Hooded to the depth of six feet Already the water has reached withm a few feet of the door of the Richmond house, v Inch stands on the riMi front, and two great tobacco warehouses arc Hooded GOODS A Large Fire on Broadway, New Tort, Xaat March 4 The dry goods dis tnct here was Msited by a fierce fire this even- ing, which destroyed the five story iron front building; No Broadway aud burned up tiling within its walls imoUvng a total loss of 000 The principal losers are M C Majer, importers of hosiery and Beacon Katon, of fine umbrellas and parasols At 9 o clock the fire was out, and only the walls and part of tne rfoors remained Ten nremen were slightly injured Damages are estimated as follows 8125000, Beacon Eaton, Brown Comb company, Co Damage to tbe building. THE ORANGE CROP SAFE. Bat Track Gardens Are Ruined by tbe Freeze. JACKBOSVILLTC, Fla March 4 weather has been steadily moderate since morning; Reports from all parts of Florida indicate that the cold weather of Sunday and Monday did considerable damage The Times-Union thjs morning publishes reports from about twenty- five points in the sta'e The mercury was lowest at Gainesville, 22 degrees above Very little damage was done to the orange trees or blossoi is, the long continued drought having left tender shrubs and branches almost en- tirely free from sap, so there was no moisture to freeze Tbe peach and fig trees have been injured Jand there will be a short crop The greatest damage waa to truck gar- dens, which in some localities destroyed entirely. JLont tn tbe Mine, WH.KESBARKE, Pa March 4 broke out m tbe South Wilkesborre mine last night cat off the escape of eight miners It was at first supposed they could be res- cued through the Stauton mice adjoining, bnt tliia hope is now abandoned A resetting party from Stauton mine today found the tools of the men whom they sought to save, but no trace of the men themselves. It is feared they became bewildered and wandered directly into danger ftud t-ere burned to death The Race Qaeatton In Oklahoma. GPTHKIK, I T, March press re- ports, emanating from Topeka, concerning the alleged scheme to colonize Oklahoma and make a negro state, e greatly aroused tbe settlers at Downs A secret organization theze has decided drive oat the tew negroes and allow no moce of that nrce to become settlera. A BBAVE YOUNG LADY, sow BROPGHT IXXO AND KILLED A BLACK BURGLAR. A Heroine i'n North Carotlna Notee in Bnrffiar En- ters and SBB Drop. Him, CHABLOTTB, N C March 4 learned here tonight that a negro desperado, a villian and burglar, was killed in Sampson county early yesterday morning by Miss Alice Kinney, a pretty yomig iroman abont nineteen years of age Jliss Kinney lives on a farm with her mother Her father is dead, and the two are the only persons who sleep in the old farm house About 3 o'clock resterday morn- ing Miss Kinney was aroused from her peace- ful slumbers by the noise of somebody in an adjoining room She at once realized that the house Was beinghnrglari7ed, and for a moment knew not w hat to do But quickK she made up her mind, and drawing from under her head her large self-acting she con- cealed it in her hand under tbe bed co-venng WATCHING THE When she heard tlie footsteps approach her room she closed her as if sleeping and lay perfectly still The burglar enieied her room and walked up to the bide of her bed and stood for a moment tho moving woman in the face He earned a dim light in one hand and held a in another ard wore a mask Ins face After satisfying hin self that the lady was soundly sleeping he turned and walked to the bureau which stood against the wall directlj in front of the bed and as he turned away the Mil am muttered in a low tone, "Dat's a purtj gal SUE KILLED HIM Just as he turned his face to the bnreau the joung woman quietly in bed and stretching out her trembling hand in which she held her revolt er, she took ami at the burglar's head and fiied The horrified han started to wheel around, but just as he did so, another shot was fired and a bullet went through his heart lie fell to the floor with a groan, and in mmtites he ,vas a corpse Miss then o the alarm By dav light there was a   shot Ity a desperado named BUI Smith, tbe leader of the Smith faction of the Smith- Slubher feud The deputy sheriff attempted to arrest one of the Smith partj, ami their Deader objected and opened fire with i TTin- chester rifle one ball crashing through deputy Games is a brother-in-law of the Meascrea, Jour of the most desperate men m the mountains, w ho are also members of tlie Sliislier gang1 They nl hed their forces and started 111 pursuit of tbe Smith crowd but have not yet come up w ith them Should they do so, ijbattlewill be the re- sult Each side numbers thirtj well armed men Dunne the ear tw o open battles e been fough t and men hai e been killed on both si les This trouble becomes w orse daj bj moic b'oodslied is miminctit A WAOOX JOlDOt COKKJNS A man living in Poplar creek, six miles south of this place came to town this moruing for a wagonload of coftins, and an ar count of a bloodj that occurred on tli >t creelc Sundae evening, in winch old intiu Vrclne Ijpgrr his -son, and MrKeiimo, his son m law, were killed outright Joe Turner and two othei men from Boll counts The tronb e grew out of dividing some household be longing to McKeiime and his wife, who had separated Thev all congregated at tlio Lcgcr s for the purpose of duiding tbe property between the man and bis wife, but cp ild agree onlj in one particular and that was to settle the matter with "Winchesters Three killed aud wounded was the result A man named Stringer and another named Lane were killed at near 1 c re, a few ago making a total of six killed during the last week in this county THE WRONG M4N I> PRISON. An Arrest Which Mav Prate Interesting: to the Courts. BIRMINGHAM, Ala March 4 V case winch maj bring about a conflict of au- thontj between the federal and fetate courts, developed here today The federal court is m session and a nuinher of noted moonshiners and ex-moonshiners are in attendance This morning FoweeG fti  Lee Harris, an ex moonshiner, and a friend to tlie murderer IfamsofferedOreene to wait an hour before continuing his search for Dowell, an that w ould e him ti me to get out of the city, THK MURDERER CALGHT. A Georgia Criminal Caged in Sonth Carolina. COLL MELA, S Ct March Sheriff Blount, of Snlntosn countj Oa ar- med in tbe city today, and at once went to the jail, where he identified the negro recently arrested here as William Smith, the man wanted for nmrder in Sheriff Bloant sajs that at the preliminary trial of Smith, it was show n that the man whom be killed as running from him Tne pistol was pomted at his heart, but waa knocked up just aa it was fired, and entered Ihe left side of his head, carrying tbe inside band with it, and coming out near the left eve This hat band poisoned the blood, and the wounded man died soon after Th6 sheriff left with his prisoner for Danen ___________ Attempted ttohbcry. RrDGKWAY, PA March 4 attempt was to rob Elk Countr bank bere fetuidav night Burglars cat through the solid walls of the building, and were working at the vault H hen they gave up the job. They were un- mistakably fnghtfned away, as they left a number of their tools lying abont the place hen the bank was opened yesterday morn- ing tlie clerks discovered about four feet of the wall removed and the brick, mortar, etc scat- tered around. The contained which was found undisturbed The attempted robbery was by experts, and caused a great sensation in place_______ He HU Knife. C Frank Carter, a white man, formerly from Virginia, but at work at a lumber mill near Xewberne, was stabbed last Sunday by George Williams, colored Williams had previously been told to keep away from Che null, and on bis return Sunday he was ordered away by Carter On his refusal to leave Carter undertook to force him, which led to the use of die knife CsrdtMW CHART. ESTOS, B C March ClaSan College today. Professor W J. Diireville. 'white, cowhjded J K Caxdoza, the colored chaplain of the institution The affair caused great and threatened to develop Ace riot, wh.ch waa, however, preaaed by President THE NATIONAL LKAGl K. Crowded With tlw Convention VAAHrtLLB, Tenn March 4 thinf annual of the Katrana! League repubhcan clubs asMtinbleil in this city today, The convention ball is the largest m city. It has a seating rapacjtv for 1 500 penons. The fronts of its double balconies e been tastefully and elaborately draped with while the national colors elsewhere thrcugfc the hall almost hide w stilt, frutu new A layer of sawdust, two inches deep, coven, floor When Hon A J Watson chairman of local executive committee called the assembly to order and made an add new of welcome, there were nearly six hundred delegates m seats At least one hundred more are ex- pected before the convention adjourns Among the delegations arrn ing late were those from Missouri, Kansas and the far weat. New York, Connecticut, and Ohio were delaved the flood's but reached the citv this 111 safctj They wearj a'ter their Ion" rule C hairmin Watson of w el come was bnt eloquent I, Till roan, Captain M illiam Rule editor f tin K Joumal and W O ill of Teiinw- see, followed with ift< r which tbe ention w as turned OM i 1 1 President Thuratou, of an iddress pro-onleiit usual committees on i ruer f bu int tious, ntials tnd w ik i re ap- pointed aft( r whnli t u co took a recpss to allow the to meet to complete their work Tins t icnni  of the orpamration e IM on tlu de e- gates among them IM i il N ]i doff, of est irgima ind h sit trt ol Philadelphia A is t n foot to re-o'ect President ind ilt  of the hotels and some of them hive six JKTWUXS in one room The ccii'teittK n is marked by heartiness and and UOHHIS enter- tainment IB extended to iV and strangers. K IOU V Tlie Klect in Several CHICAGO, Man h 4 Mmm ipil rlertmiui were In Id in Iowa it s rday. Tbe de in or rats ckjiml nn MMihiiu HI B liugton In Cedar e r te 1 the m-uor ami aldermen to the o ut nl tie. At Cluttoii, the deniorr itie r tndiua e foi defeated thr rcpublK 111 in 1 andulato At Crf-ton the m i >Ls serured a imjontj of tlie miicil At Ott imwa tho re- publKaus nit d a imj of iu i di ruicn. n pihlK ins at tt d the r  the lion t of Mr iJhaniw n vinjf there -s Olivef seeming in such dihtn ss, Mi ilha Olner if his wife di 1 not want t> luewith him he COhver) rnulil not r to do na at his illiauuwjn h> lioa-e At this tinw Mrs Oliver's brother cam auJ slir icturnwl to her grandfather's with Ittr brother the suit lor divorec will A (ompetllfve Vrtll Kla Ma-rh 4 Florida SiibrTropifal exiwwit on aj national competitive drill ari a feature of it! closing week 7th to 12th inrluxive. Fne tiiotisand dollarn will offerpc! in to be .ded amorg the diiferent arms of service with a gold medal for the beet drilled sold.er in an indu idoal contest The contest m open to companion from anv s ate. in union, and applications for ntn e been received from thirteen diJT  today, eight thousand >ilaw, the proceeds of stock sold, 1 i r trustee. Major Morgan for the Mrs Davis, and it is ihouglit that tviue much mote will soon be ID TELEGfiAPH Vice and paKy Vice Mfl Aupoftthie j esterdav Serenl nibiliftts arrested n AnlUcbkoff palace, in where U rfHt atwi impenal are reeidinx to of E I FU., PameJ U, flootb, <4 SPAPFRI   

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