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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. GA., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE SPOILS SYSTEM. TXtrzyro TO "WAR ON CIVIL SERVICE REFORM Colqnltt s Tote on Warmoth, nomination Bnrean Partisan Ma- Capital WASHTYGTON March 7 has been charged In the New Tunes that the pending prosecution against the ti-vil senire ftommisftion is a conspiracy into which the president and prominent republican officials entered for the purpose of wrecking the reform stem and substituting the old spoils gystem Ex Postmaster General Frank Hit- ton, who the bend and front ol the fcght being nagtd against the (recent commission era dc ims that either tho president or an> other high ofticial is in league to resurrect tho jpoils stem In a editorial this morning he UMon and Roosevelt tho republican commissioners, to re wgn is thi only w ay to s n e tho r< form f r im pubhi cditompt It cannot   foodsli and unwaratita- charges the a limmstration an Instigation of the utir u It must go to the will absolutely and im tm ably unless wrected fiom the hands of its false THE CPNiI S BLHEtl This is a republican almnustration in wnse of the word Althmigh Superintendent of the Census Porter no ntly let it be under stood that he would with the congie-s men in tppointini; one man m each litres 6lon il ihstnct to the firm mortgages he will not do so lhat is he will not c< nsult democratic congressman Sonic of the members called at the census bu rea to look into the matter -xtul wore to understand thit thev need mike no recommendations Indeed Buck nt on i list of tlie men ho wanted ai pointed 1 istwet k and iter has dec It 1 t t ike Buck s men Buck rttomniendtd the full one fro n each congressu n i! district Ifoweier only the name of one of the ip pomtei s c  Sen itor t dqiiitt it is known in and out of the senate thit lit his Uw-ijs opposed moth Of course tins moans that the storj w hieh has been going the rounds that he oted to confirm Warmoth is in  THE The Senator Still Anjrry With the Press fo: Not PnWIshing: His Speeches. WASHINGTON March the usua morning business in the w ay of the presenta- tion of petitions and of the introduction ani reporting of bills (none of them of public im portance) the senate at half past 12 proceedec to tho consideration of bills on the calendar Pubhc buildings on tlie calendar having been reached, the following were passed Fo Sterling, Ills Oakland, California S.JOOOOO Cheyenne Wjo Chester Pa Hdeiia Mont At 10 o clock tho Blair educational bill came tip as unfinished business Messrs Platt and Harris desired Mr Blai_ to nx a time when a vote could be taken 01 the bill Mr Blair wd o was unable to do so A lea-st hv e or six senators desired to speak on the bill and the concluding speech of Mr Evarts w ould iiecos'j'mly tike considerabl time pmbabJv a fall day He then proceedei. to replj to some of the cutmisms of the bil made bv Fanlkuer and Spooner HE TACKLES THE FVPSPAPVRS The senator from New Hampshire again a' tacked the press of the country He went 01 to speak of the Boston Herald, Boston Globe and York Tnbuno as being1 agamst th bill and sa d that every democratic paper New York auvocated it meaning m ttfiat con nection the Herald Times World and ing Post He also included in the list tli Chicago that free trade organ In conclusion he s-aid, that heliadatill furthe statements to make and statistics to introduce but he would do so on some other occasion The next speech, he said would be made i favor ot the bill by Mr Monday Alter a short executive bession, the sens at 5 15 adjourned till Monday CLARK RETAINS HIS SEAT A Contestea Selection Case from AUbru March tne house Mr Haugen, of Wisconsin, from the committee on eleeUons reported a res- 0 ution m the Alabama contested election case of TUreet vs Clark The resolu- reported, de- The house went into committee of the whole on the private cilender The first bill to ho i that whlch under considera- tion last Friday, directing the secretary of the treasury to pay to Albert A Emory, 01 Connecticut, m settlement of his claim for tfle use of a testing machine invented by him After a long discussion the bHJ was laid to be reported to the house with the recommendation that the enacting clause bo ttfcncken out. This rvoomnwndatooB but no LWSPAPLRl nal action was taken, and at 5 o'clock the ouse took a recess until 8 o'clock, the evening ssion to be for the consideration of private narision The house in its evening session pawed fifty nvate penaion bills and adjourned till to- ow BLOWN INTO THE AIB. CLATTON'S ASSASSINATION. Committee to au Inquiry Into It WASHI-SOTON, March 7 a meeting of ie hoase committee on elections today, the ub-comimttee, constating of Chairman Ro- oll, and Lacey and Criap, reported that it ad receiied evidence in the contested on case of Clajtoii vs Breckmridge, from Arkansas with a memorial from the con- icstant and a statement from the contestee hey recommend that these be printed for the so of the house, and say that they hate pro- eoded as far as they can without authority rom the house and that owing to tho alleged as- 1 nation of Clayton wherebj the contest has >eeii suspt nded, it is of the highest impor- mie that Uie matter be fully investigated "licref >re they reported a resolution providing >r tho appointment sub-committee of fiv e if ml ers to be xppointod to iikt j, full and thorough investigation of the 11 tested election rise of lirwckm   MLVV ol trule Thf jte I the trade has not materially altered tlie past week though tlie change of has produced much temporary improve the saint- hues jnd in other trades is athei b than a week ago The nmetirv sitiiAti 11 is mueh more eatistactorj KrtmtJj'.tamJin.r the fact that tho cash actually i tin trt isury is 200 000 more than last ft r i lUs on i all litre have deelinetl from 5 J1 pert tut unl foreign txthango has risen in 4K. t M IiiU nor mom markets are jt.rn.ri 1% st a H but on the whole, rather uiore Jlic a-pn t ot fonipn traders not liaiige as cxpmfc.1 it "Neu f last v i ar i littu lule imports have not of late h >n n in inert iai Hie v luiue of trade appears well sus lined In tlit, ircntrule i! tht -ituat i >n h is m-iHrivHv unproved intl at prices lower U 1 nil ulo'plna mill are iMr 1 ut tmimlrv m and vvliile stocks ire nut siipp SPU I lirtrfi, ing is light and in are uj decreasi, bar hcrt is a Uttli m ro imniirv lnit of plates ire bli uk f Ftie ttemauu for slieet iron is unufeii I mil forniilsa tntio iMtter ThewnuVow ,U--strMlL IH a me and a fourth in y rit ia w ithm tune in iithh haslieeii but lint works at are curtailing pro hiUiun THF STOCK .is not hanptd dunurt tho past week in anj naternl nspe t the being hub mtlallv the s me though there w is a str mger t ne t ruiij Ihc rt-ini v il of fairs concerning le exjiort it frold the ripid rise ot foreign xiliane; n U atn ns that purcli ista on lonitrn nou td tht ot sec tin tits all en 1 to iiithf al'Borpti m of mom> bj the ;re v less it inaj Jte added that tlie letreawe m the f tratle throughout the W nds i rclcisi I tiimuuts of numpy than haAf bicm xptouu to return to this cent r .t pixstnt Hut with Miik n markahlj larn w tor the sta  ear, 145 000 Cartels The residue of crop is mainly fair to grode4- ai'd m fine condition thus guar- anteenig safe earn igo during suiumer months borne 200 000 bags of foreign were required last tear in addition to the amount above sei !orth and with ecpial demand imports will i to be made again this year With crop short of usual lequirernents, and prices one- half cent per pound below cost of importing equal grades of foreign, the outlook favors marked appreci ition of in domestic as the season progresses_________ IM3WN IN THE BASEMENT. The Tliernaometer Thirty Degrees Below ZerO. ST JOHNSBURY, Vt Jlardi ther lomcter registered thirty below zero this morning At Lyndonville twenty-five below at the New Hampshire experiment station, a Hanover, fourteen below KONDOVT N Y March 7 thermome- ter lettered twenty-three degrees below zero 111 the Catskills this morning A Brewery In Trouble NEW YORK, March 7 general assign ment of the brewing firm of Monroe Ecksten Co and of Leopold Wertheimer, its sur vivmg partner was hied in court today In this city Monroe Eckstein died last June Wertheimer is the head of the tobacco house of L E Wertheimer at San Francisco "VVertheimer, of tins nrm, died and his widow applied for the receivership for the business r San Francisco This complication comi todays assignment The brewery interest j v aluable and the assignees will t preserv e 11 The total amount involved t stated between OOO and 000, mostly commercial paper Preferenees amount tc THREE BOYS BURNED TO DEATH. Explosion Caused by a Llffhted the in the A Premature Klnat. A Curious Case. B4rErGH, N C, March 7 Th, register of needs for Guilfnrd county is con fronted with a problem winch only the courts ean A jonng lady of that county, wh is ery i harming has two lovers, and U ap pears was engaged to both Yesterday one o tho yonng men went to the register of deeds tc procure a marriage license for himself and th lady referred to He was disappomte< beyond expression when he was informed tha his rival, whose engagement waspreMOus, ha  pulled the air brake cord only to find it had no effect He ran to the otiier cars with the same result, and -was just in the act of screwing up the hand brakes when the colh- eion occurred The sections came togethfti with such force that the forward sleeper, the Sal ma telescoped the rear coach of the standing section, killing six people and injuring fifteen others The cars were piled 111 all shapes on top of one another, while the Salina was almost completely buried from sight Those who escaped injury bravelj set about helping those who were less fortunate The screams and shneks of many of those in the w reck were enough to make one's blood run There were persons in the and one of them J Sviayn, a colored porter was hurled from the cai a tance of thirty three feet All the rest weic more or less injured LIVT OF THE KILLED The others killed were TOHNW of Canton O travelingagent of Ijiutz Bros Co of this city JOHNT IGttt-R ofpiltsneld Mass (supposed) traveling agent for O M Collins Co that Mr and Mrs J K STEWART of Rochester "Vlrs JObtrH 1> BALCL3, of Saratoga Springs N Y At G o'clock tills morning the railroad people brought the bodies of those killed into the Cen- tral depot, where Coroner Tucker, who had been notified and was 111 waiting, at once took charge of them A BRIOB AMOM3 THB KILLETt AU tUa bodies, with the exception of that of Mrs Bauehes, tlie bnde of a week, were taken to the morgue Mrs Bauehes s remains w ere taken to Brady Drummond's undertaking rooms She was twenty-three years of age, and formerly hied at Rome, N Y She was uriained a week ago today When the five bodies were taken to the morgue those of the two men were nnidentt fied It was soon learned, however, that one of them was that of John W. Flynn, of Can ton, Ohio He leases a mother at Canton who was dependent on him for suppoit The body of the other niau is behexed, fronr-oards found in Jus pockets, to be that of John T Powers, 6f Pittsburg, Mass a traveling agent most probably for D M Collins to of that place dealers in ladies' knit goods He had a t cket from Columbus, Ohio, toRothester Ai! the bodies were, badly mangled Those of Mr and Mrs Stewart will be sent home CoroiKi Tucker w ill empanel a jury and hold a inquest TBS jjraroRED Tho.se injured are as follows J E Mimrck, Philadelphia, right arm crushed und subsequently amputated at the Fitch hospital Sixteen persons were injured, including Georgo E Allen, general southern passenger agent of the Erie road, Buffalo The nearest telegraph station to the disaster is that at Westburg and on that account particulars ol the wreck were somewhat slow in reaching the city The first arrival from too spot wai Engineer Muoney who bad been in charge oi the train He brought with him upon the engine J-E Miimick, of Fairujonitt ave- nue Philadelphia, who was at once taken to Fitch hospital and his right arm. was am- putated Alonf t Miss, March 7 The rirer a: this point has reached the hieh water mark of 1892 The levees are all right NATCHEZ, Miss, March 7 nver at this point continues to swell gradually There was another slow rain today, not enough to affeci the river, hut yet enough to help soften ees Captain Aultt the levee inspector ai Concord ia parish, Louisiana, thmka now thai everything is safe for two or three feet mote o water Diphtheria m ZANKSVILLB, Ohio, March 7 J C Mc- Gregor, reading clerk of house of repre- sentatii es died thla morning of diphtheria Mrs McGregor died last Friday, after the death of four children. Three children are remaining, and Mr McGregor's father may die, will make ten deaths in from diphtheria. _____ __ __ March While trying to cross tae river Johnson's island, sixteen miles above here, two sons of William a son of William Baker, were drownw There were in. a frail boat, which the ladfl perished before He Killed Hie Children. CHART ESTOV W Va March 7 Felix lampf was hanged at 11 o'clock this morning or the murder of his daughter Mary, aged wenty, and his son William POPULATION More Than Doubled WHhIn the Ten lears. "N ILI P, Tenn March 7 'he new city directory, issued today, shows lat the increase of population in the last ten ears ha been unprecedented, being over 100 er cent The number of names in the direc- orv f( i 4S80 The number of names n the JiKCtory for is an increase f 14 HI in ten years The population of Nash- ille m 1HHO was or about 3 1-6 for each ame in the directory The same ratio applied o the present volume would give as the lesent population When to tins added the hirty thousand taken m by annexation bills Before tho present legislature, the total will be bout "he North Carolina Republicans Disgruntled. RALEIGH, N C March 7 i seat isfaction among the republicans in this tate is assuming a phase which shows how utter is the wreck of their party in North Carolina The matter of the confirmation or rejection of W A Shaffer as postmaster here, an apparently -trivial matter, Is creating ord from one end of the state to the other :t is now stated that Shaffer's nomination will uo confirmed Logan Hams, secretary of the 'publican state executiv e committee wrote a corching letter today to Postmaster General Wanamaker, in which he told him that Shaffer's retention meant the loss of every re- mblican congressman from North Carolina :t is now certain that many republicans, seeing he handwntmg on the wall, will seek to ally hemselves with the democrats in the cam- >aign of this year A BtK RALEIGH, N C Sfarch 7 [Special It 19 itated today that the Blaekwell Durham Bnll works, with their business and good u 1 1 w 1 11 be sold in a fe w days to an English lor three millions of dollars Repre- of tho syndicate were to have vis- ted thisweek and inspected the great ilint, t after an examination of the books the business, announced their willing icss to make the purchase without visiting the orks QIIC condition the sale is that J arr is be retained as president of the com- paiiv nt a of twenty thousand dollars a ,ear Imrn'rv has not revealed whether the made will include the interest owned n the V bj M E. McDowell Co Phihv klphia, but the impression, is that his interest ill be included ____ Ga March 7 Bounty y meeting and made a final settlement with the treasurer His books show cash on hand, This is the first time in twelve years that Stewart county has had any money In the treasury at this season of the We have only had a board of commissioners one yeaz, bat as the result shows, thev bare admirably managed the county affairs They have also laid off the square into walks, leveled it and intend putting ratling around it to stop the by-paths which cut it up and make washes from tbe School. SPAHTA, Ga r March 7 3 sor Sidney Lewis has retired from the position held by him in the Sparta Male and Female academy- His health forbade longer confine- ment in tho school room, and be will give all his tune liereafter to the Isbmaeitte, of which he is editor His place was filled by the elec- tion of Mrs. Amelia Harris, whose reputation as a teacher is fully established The school now numbers about one hundred and twenty- five pupils It is expected next term that the number will be increased from one hundred and fifty- to two hundred The success of the institution is highly gratifying AND CENSURE THE LOHDOS TIMES March 7 the house of com- mons Louis J Jemunjca, progressive niservative, member for Stockport, gave no- oe that he would move to add the following o Mr motion, asking the house to adopt the report of the Pamell commission The bouse condemns tbe conduct ot those who Bre responsible for the accusations against mem bera of the house of complicity m mnrder when ich accusations were based on forged letters The notice of Mr Jennings's motion was re- eived with opposition cheers Justin McCarthy expressed intense satisfao- on at finding a conserratn e thus taking inde- pendent action looking to the censuring oy the ouse of Mr Parueirs assailants In regard to ie league's boofcs, Mr McCarthy assured the ouse that he had attended meetings of the eague and that he had heard nothing cou- ained in the books that might; not be read m arhament Sir Henry James compared the Parnellite adera to captains in command of troops, with he striking difference that whereas captains ere the first to condemn disorders, the Far- ellites incited their followers to commit out- Referring to LeCaron and his alleged .Isitiea, he asked w hat was LeCaron compared ith men who had taken an oath to destroy ie government of the queen and establish a 3public, and then had entered parliament and taken the oath of allegiance to her majesty? [e asked the house to recollect who it was hat hired LeCaron LeCaron was lured and aid by English statesmen who now heered the men attacking him fCheers speaker would rather occupy the position f LeCaron, objectionable as it was, than the osition of men who were associates of assas- ns whose honor the house was asked to de- nd Sir Charles Russell had referred to pre- umably honest men whose secrets Le aron bad tried to gain Who w ere lose presumably honest men? It was roved oejoud presumption that they advo- ated the use of dynamite Mr Davitt, in his videnoe, called tho Irish World's outrage und the inspiration of the movement and its iiaucitil strength Tlie commission report ecmed with proof that Irish agitators afhl- afced with dynamiters, and sympathized with he party of There were maintained unds contributed for the purpose of destroj- ng the queen s government opposi- lon had the temerity to ask the house to ac ord these criminal conspirators reparation i'he onlv justice parliament accord, was o inscribe the commission repc rt on the rcc rds, and defend the uprightness of the judges, rom the scurrility of men who now tried to old them up toexerration [Cheers] Messrs Asqmth, ihall and others followed he debate dragged wearilv and many niem- jers left the houses Finally the house was counted out Mr Came, unionist-liberal and Mr Han urv, conservative, v, ill support Mr Teiinings's totion They consider'It exactly the kind of motion Mr Gladstone should have offered fr Hanbury savs ths goveminent made a ross mistake m not embodying the idea of Ir Jennings in Mr Smith's motion Lord Randolph Churchill will also support Mr .Ten- mgs's motion All other unionists vull sup wrt the government The ATHKKR, Ga., March 7 e J H Backer will enlarge bis comprass and warehonae, and mil make his warehouse the largeHt IB northeast Georgia. He has al ready bought several loto, ana will have a new warehouse bmlf at once Helsobttged to do this in ordear to keep up with hia growing bos) AOieis im fear bj> year becomm( larger "larger cotton market. March Taalbw ia Mill but u THEIS BANKS BREAK. ffr Often AmaMdnxent to Motion on Adoption of the Pamell Commiaaton Report. THE n i Cemetery March 7 The funeral services ver the remains of Abraham Lincoln, son of Robert Lincoln, vs ere held today at the resi- eiice of Mr Lincoln, and were conducted by lev J Monroe Gibson, tliose present rere all the members of tho American lega- 1011 and consulate except Major Post, military ttaclie They were all accompanied by their wives The coffin was hidden beneath a mass f flowers After the ices were concluded he body was placed m the catacombs in Ken- cemetery Tbere were ceremonies at the cemeterj THK HEAD OF A WOMAN. Sent In Parcel to a Knsaian Frfnce URtb a Note of Warning. Moscow, March 7 ghastly tragedy has ;ome to light in this citv A parcel was left kt the residence of Prince Dolgeronkoff, winch upon examination was found to contain the tead of a woman With the parcel was left a bearing no signature, saying This u our first exploit We will soon outdo Jack lie Ripper It is believed the woman was killed for betraying the nihilists Tiwea'tf PEBTH, March 7 a conference with he emperor today. Von Tisza appeared in his usual place in the lower house of the diet He that differences existed in the cabinet regarding the naturalization bill, and that if these were not settled soon he would nform the house of his intentions Herr Appunyi moved to tho sitting, but Herr Tjsza opposed the motion, declaring that ie hoped the cabinet difference would be settled He denied that a grave ministerial crisis had yet arisen. Tbe house thereupon re- sumed debate on the militia bill RAW INTO THE GVLI.T. The arrow Escape of Two From Drowning. AUGUSTA, Ga March, 7 A re- markable runaway and marrelous escape 'rom injury occurred thisesemng on upper Broad street A two home wagon, in which goods are hauled from the factories to ;he depot, was being dm en by a small negro boy, when the horses became frightened They dashed out of Broad street acroas to wards the Enterprise factory, mell wagon and all over d ran twenty pell foot embankment into Hank's gully, waste way by which the canals empty back into river Tbe current is very swift from thei the nver, and the team was swept under _ bridges and hnmed on to the river Just be- fore reaching the nrer the hones caught in the branches of some overhanging willows, and the team was hauled oat without having tamed any xcrtonx injory.______ A Biff Of for to the Southbound. AXSAH Ga March 7 city cotmctl made a most generous grant to the South Bound railroad enterprise tonight Twenty-eeven acres of land immediately west ot Central railroad abeps were offered to company for twenty-five hundred right of was granted all the way accoss the city on Bay street This will probably arouse a strong opposition, but the conncilproposea to encourage tbe new enterprise The land and are worth at leas a hundred and fifty thousand dollars.________ The BaUHrto BHww, They WOJ Be Tried the April Term Conrt. IBWTNTOV, Ga March {Special Toombsboro burglars, and Hart been committed to iail undCT bond of OOO each The evidence agamst tW m ery steong Chief Kenan, of the police of Macon, teobfied that the handwntinjc m memorandum book left in the store 011 night of the burglary, and found by Mr Bairm, correspoadad most strikingly with tbe on a sHp of paper found the person of Rogers When asked to mention the points the similarity consisted the r-hief said the h s. e sand were preciseTj alike In said he, "them is an absolute similarity in tha formation of all the letters Chief Kenan further said5 thtt the chart found upon the prisoner, Hart correspondent exactly to the chart found in tire store of Mr. Mr Btram on the morning after the hurglary. negro woman, Amanda who near Toombsboro, testified that she g-n e dinuec to a stiKpinous looking man on Monday, and the burglary occurred that night Wl en prisoner, Rogers was pointed out tn Vmanda. and she was asked if she ilie man, she said "That s tho man A uogra woman who a few abmo Tot nbs- boro, testified that she e o suspicions looking men dinner the day after tho The woman's ntme is Ilamet Carsntll also identified the men Mr Joe Pearson, whose store fit G ord no was burglarized some MIICO, identihed on the stand, i watch fouiul upon the pnsonor Itogers In the prisoner behalf Mr of Ma- con testified that to the best of lus abihtv, knowledge and belief he saw the prisoners in Macon on the night of the b irglan man absuluti 1> In- SAW them m Macon on Wednesdaj iitght The evidence didn t go for much hen and Hart were hrst arrested m Miuni thor said had never been m the neigMMtrhovKl of Jtmesboro tht y confens nig been there but on a different LTI ind fiaii thai charged them crvbody feels confident tlu rip] t captured Tlie final trit COHIPH off in April. correspondent will keep the i-eaders of THK posted to the hnai result of the case A UELT ROAI> To Connect All the Railroad Athens Ga March 7 [Special Tha plans and specificitUnis for a new mlroad con- nection 111 passed upon tha right of way and the rfc f will be commenced at once It is the connect- ing of the Georgia nnud Ctmngtonv and Macon roads and all are rom t mod in the work Th< OoMiigtoii and "Mai m ind North- eastern already i but tha somewhat lx low tlio k el of others it will be of vU botli to nuFcKants and to tht railroads tltat a! I sliall be on the same count ctiun, and t  and lay the trans The and Macon win run off a sid< irn k Iroin main hne near the corirt terj and w fll n a steep grade to the track, connecting- with the doorgia line at Mr Hurkrr'b press An interview Mr Hurker ops the fact that everything ready fm in this matter, aud it w ill be pushed throug'i atoned It Kill be called the Wolt line THR SCHOOl. COWMISMONEK GOKK. And of Hnrtng Takra Hcltool Fumla. KASTMAN, Ga March 7 Tha February term of Dodge superior court has drawn to a close, and a great many caxc-i been disposed of The charge of .ludga Itoberts to the grand jury m w }n< li lie forcibly reminded them of their duty to look aflet violators of the penal laws resulted iii finding of a large number of bills of mentH, among the most important of which was one against Henry C olemin late county school commissioner, ho has ed U Bristol Tennessee Mr Coleman w as in- dicted for embezzlement of about tweUe hun- dred dollars of public school money There also an indictment against him for larceny after trust, growing out of his dealings with communion merchants and factors in Sat an- nah It is reported that he telegraphed friend here that he was ready to come back: and clear up these matters The most im- portant criminal case tried was for burglarr, resulting in- a conviction and sentence of defendant to fifteen years in the THB COLUMBUS SOUTHERN Into IU Terminal 1ft ALBAKT, Ga March 7 A largv number of railroad omcers werft in tho city day Captaui Engbsh, of tlie Brick company. Major Green, chief engineer, and Mr Parrott, supenntendent of the Colum- bus Southern road, came to look into the ter- minal facilities and depot for theu hne- At noon President Plant of the Plant Investment company Colonel llaiieia, general manager, and fiupermtendpnt Fleming of thai Sa Florida ami Western road, Chisholm, Colonel Kstill, Mr Hames, super- intendent Brunswick and Western, and other officials of this combined came up from Brunswick on their annual tour of in- spection They were met bv a commit lee of citizens and a delegation from the Georgia Chantanqna After remaining about an hour here they departed for and bridge March T The MniedgftviHe Light Infantry, at a regaUr meeting last night, voted tueunmooslr to change the name of their company to "Bald- win which was disbanded some uroe ago This revives one of the roost gallant companies thact ever the gray, and that they will be admirably supported by the citi- zens is demonstrated by toe universal enthu- siasm with which they have aJready gone to their Dfted ha ft Stv HOHTWTIMJ; March Flagc, of Hew York crty, attte nntoTUle botel for his died tha of heart dfeeMe. Hie remaiiu were New Yotk He Terribly C ALBAHT, Oa March 7 [fepecml Sneed, a colored boy einpJojed at Cnnger Pace's planing mill, was ordered tobnuth away the debris in front of the machinery, just be- fore closing down tins afternoon He at- tempted to do so, when neht arm caught under the belting, aud was tembly criuhed His arm threw tlie belt off from machinery New Court HIA.WAMEB, Oa March 7 FSperial Foster was clarlc of the rourt of Towiui county, onl j earned vote by a amallmajority Hisopiwmeiitswffii J F Johnson and J P Bewrng He will fill the vacancy cansed by the death of V If, t ew weeks ago Bond yester aU accepted at 1 JS for per ccnw, four and a half Wire thro'iehont the country win onday tar two m to ply ul wire in tbe market The comuwUer of fawi tba nniston bank Ann sfn, Ala-, eai with a capita! of 00ft. be- be w in tltst tbe lint 
                            

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