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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               SI THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. NL VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. GA., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 189O. PEICE FIVE CUNTS. THE LARD BILL TO THE COMMITTEE. DR M'CUNE WRITES A LETTER. World's Fair Likely to Come to Noth- Illinois Congressman Wlio Enemies to It. March lard bill was today reported favor- abH fiom the sub-committee to the full com- nutttc on agriculture It will betaken up by the full committee next week, and reported to the house, where, it seems now, It ia eiriain to pass Another letter was read in the committee this morning from Dr McCuiie, in which hta stated tli at he had been notified that there is "-trong opposition to the measure aim tbc faimers' alliance of the cotton sec- tion j nl consequently my opinion that the is diMiled on tho question He added that Ms advocacy of the bill was, however, Today tho southern men seem to hai. e en up hope Thay ha% e made a com- plete mi of the h >uso, and find there is a   Mill howeAir tight it to the end WitlitD 3 I UK. 11 en is a imulttlo r the world'o fair bill, 1 it 1< its somewhat like there will be no fl'l if'd ill I lu opposition conies about in this wav 'Ilu CIneaxi pe< are asking for two mil li for the exhibit In connection there s nit ut Mr C innon, of Illinois, chairman of tho apj r pn ition committee, recently bee i 11 tkine strong resistance asamst tho tri int appropr Uioiis for public building Is it (t ines out that the advocates of public InuM ngi are preparing themselves to ant in the world's fair at  r ovti) use, it ha.s not the money to spend for i jreat exhibit it a world's fair in Chieaao !Mr union has taken such a decided stint! if-t public building appropnatu ns that he c in h ir llj change t ictics for Chicago, C( n (qi cutlj the tbc men are ery much OKititc 1 over tho turn affairs taken T In j aie now engiged 111 frying to patch up the hfheuHj i s 111 taking anj act A e -.le] s tow mis up the show has caused i feeling here that she cannot handle it and ttio whole thing might drop through iet KINCAIT> IS C Charles Kmcaid, who has fcoen in jail since tho death of ox Congressman tho of his bullot, is m a some -what alarming condition tonight, and his friends do not believe that ho will live am great le igth of time He has not eaten aiij thing during the hours Con gresMiien Caiuh and Mt t reerj of Kontuckv, will tomorrow make application to have Km caid traiiisierred from jail to a hospital _________________ E B Ki-TIREMEIsT. The House Considers the Bill for That Pur- pose WASHINGTON, Maich 14 Perkins, Kansus in tho house stated that an impics-s t 11 hail gone out that according to the provisions of the Oklahoma bill passed jes- cue t herokeo outlet hid been declared open to settlement under the homestead laws I7nder the of tl e bill, the t herokeo outlet was not open to stettJemeut Tho state nieiit should been that the public land strip not the Cherokee outlet, had been oj eiied to settlomtiit The Ch( rokeo outlei, he said as embraced within tho limits of the new tcr r tory but w as not open to settlement under the homes cad law Tho house then went into committee of iho who e of Michigan, in the chair On pr ate calendar The bill authorizing the president to retire Oeueral J C Fremont with the rank of major general, was taken up, Mr of Texas, offered an amend- ment for tho retirement of General Fremont with tlit ia.uk of brigadier general Mr Kileore's amendment w as opposed by .Messrs Spinola Monseur, of Missouri, Wil- liams of Ohio, Cutcheon, of Miehigan, and Banks, of Massachnsetts and wts to the lull was Jaid aside with a favorable recommendation This with several other bills, was subse- quently reported to the house but no final ac tiou was taken and. at 5 o clock the house took a recess until 8 o'clock, the evening ses- sion to be for the consideration, of private pen- sion bills The usual Friday evening routine was some- what enlivened tonight by a discussion of tho bill granting a pension of ?40 per month to Denning, of Michigan, on the ground of blindness This is one of the bills vetoed by President eland This bill and ono other pension bill were reported from the committee of tho whole to the house, but before action could be taken upon them Mr Breckmndge, of Ken tucky, mov an adjournment w hich called lor a vigorous protest from Mr Peikins, of Kansas, and Mr Allen, of Michigan against action of gentlemen on the other side in defeating pension legislation The hour of 10 30 having arrived, the house Adjourned until tomorrow EULOKUKS IN THE SKNATE On the Character of the Ztead xoan. "WASHII-GTON, March 14 the senate Mr Hale from the committee on appropriations reported the urgent denciencv b 11 and said that he would call it up for action next Mon- day Mr Blair's educational bill was taken up at 2 15 as unfinished business and Mr Teller ad- dressed the senate 111 support of it Mr Call gave notice that ho would, on Mon- day move to modify cei tain i ules as to executn e fiesstoua the object of the motion being to allow consideration of the nomination of Charles Swayne Joseph and N Stnghng as judge and   WENl IN AKK CITY, Ivans March to the That was the signal for the in- vasion of Chcrol to cutlet by the anxious boomeis, who have been gathered on the borlor of tlie strip for the past forty-eight hours All day long lines of canvass coveied prairie sch loners, ith thoir manj crews, drmv their tcnt-i into the coveted land To- night it is miixMl that from different points of enhance fuiIy 000 people have passed the b >rdcr and half that number staked tlioir c'aiuis The strip is inv aded IN CHARLOTTE. He Some Expnrlence Hli T.and- euarhs. CHARLOTTP N C March 14 Thomus A Edison, the great elettric will n turn north nev.t Mon vvhtre he goes to arrange for a lot of mining machinery, with diamond drills, tube sent here VMth this machinery He expects to mal e a thorough test of mines in this section He expresses himself as well pleased with the outlook, but sai s lie is rather surprised at the property ow ncrs 111 this sectn n 1 or in st mce, remnrj ed the gi i at mv entor there is tract of 1 xnd near Imrlotte that I winte 1 to buj h'Mi T hrst came here it was offered me for threo hundred dollars, but when I concluded a d iv or tw o ago to tho prop ertj I w as astonished v htii told it would re quirt, tuentj ti e thousand dollars to pav for it Mr Edison moreover, that since he came hero speculators bonded ncariy ov erv miiio in tins section and while the owners of many are perfectly w ilhnq; to sell at a reason thlo price, the parties to w horn the mines are bonded refuse to surrender them and want ten times the i rice dem intlcd by the owners Mr Edl son has visited eighty iinnes, an 1 out of that number has selected and bonded four, which he proposes to test with his improv cd process ana diamond drills If these mines come up to his exjuetations Mr E list n '-ajs he will open np reduction works hi ro and go into the mining bu-siue s on an scale Char lotto til be his headquarters for sev oral years MRS. HARItlSON IN CHARLESTON. A Grand Reception to the Ladles Last Night. CHAntRSTOir, S C Mart-h 14 presl dential partv reached hero slinrtlj after 11 a m today They w eie met at the station bj the major of the citv, tho collector of the port, tho postmaster anrt a committee of distin guislied and csi orted to their hi tel Ihe stars stri[ cs and the state colors Hut tered to the all er tho city They wore taken to Tort faumter and were shown around tho haibor In tho afternoon they entered carriages and were driven around the citv and tonight Mrs ITarnson and 1 er friends h ni a reception whnh w is attended b, the elite of tho citj T ate in the night the visitor-) were serenaded by the andtrbilt olent society, of which President H tirison is an member It 13 1 that tho v isit of Mrs Hainson and her paity lias been a most de hgbtful social event Ilemocrats and repub- licans v led w ith each othei in paying their re spects to hrst of tho land There are very few white rt publicans here thej wore all present, and for once there was no distinction in polities Of course, coloiccl le publicans kept 111 tho background Ihe partj at midnight, returned to their car, and will leave here for Florida in the mormng CAN'T AWAY. Ocean Steamships tlie Liverpool Strike. NEW YORK, March 14 agent of the Guion lino of steamers, in tins city, today re celved a cable dispatch stating that the Ari- zona would not sail from Liverpool on account of the strike This strike is among the steve- dores and it affects all steamers sailing from Liverpool, as far as known It is thought that this strike will extend all over tho British islands, if not the vv hole of Europe Tho strike has caused a good deal of excitement in trans-Atlantic steamship circles None of the steamer can sail on the advertised time, as a consequence from Liverpool, All engagemei ts for freight have been declared off and passage tickets called in and money refunded, or ar rangemeiits made for tickets to be used at some future dite The Guion line has not had a ship m here for two w eeks The Innian lines, 'City of Paris, which arrived here etlnesday, had a hard time to get out of Liveipool _ LfcE SURRENDERED. A Company Formed to Make Appoxnattox a National Park. March Star pnb the statement that a company has bought up land around Appomattox: courthouse, the site of the surrender of General Lee's armv, and laid it off in parks borne prominent grand armj men are intereste 1 m the project and their idea seems to be to got the Grand of the Republic to make this place a national camping ground Among those in- terested in the scheme are Governor Campbell, of Ohio, and other well known ihsts The president of tho eouij a iy 13 Geiiertl S Burdett Samuel M Brvan, treasurer of Bell telephone company, is treasurer TO BE The House Jefferson Occupied While in Richmond, RICHMOND, Vi March 14 Ladies' Hollywood Memorial association will pelitun the city council to hav e tl e house occupied by Jefferson Davmg duraig the war preserved from destruction and turned ov or to the asso- ciation to be used as a museum of ccufedrate relics and a memorial hall The association invokes tho assistance of all who are inter- ested m such an endravor and asks them to contribute to tho enterprise and furnish mem- orials and relics of the late war to be placed in the building _______ A Strike Declared Off. MILWAUKEE, is March 14 special to the Evening Wisconsin says The strike at Ashland and Koine mines, at Hur'ey, was declared off todaj Tho str-kers, in num- ber, returned to work, except the leaders, who were discharged ________ Tlie Amount Too Small. "WASHINGTON. March Blame has asked for a deficiency appropriation of 000 to defray the expenses of the interna- tional maritime conference. The original ap- was entirely inadequate. THE SHORTAGE EXISTS BUT TREASURER TO HE DID NOT TAKE THE MOfcEY, And Sore That None of ThoM Him Took Aiuwers Before tac Committee. JACKKOS, March 14 There is no longer any doubt about the deficit in the treasury, as shown by the fallow- ing examination of ex-Troasnrer Hemingway before the legislative commitee the balance of 02 which appears in your report for repre- sent tho cash balance was so Intended that this amount does not represent tbe cash balance, do yeu know of any credits to which you are entitled before December 31, 1889, which wore not given in yonr report printed reports are intended to show all the ciedits to which I am entitled, but I fiel sure they do not. Though I not had the opportunity to ascertain errors be, as I have only had access to the books a few days since discovering the dis- ci epanoy between the balance charged agamst mo and tho cosh in the tieasury state to the committee what balance in cash j ou should account for on account of insurance deposits, and also state whether or not the insuiance deposits m- cludo J 111 the ba anco of 02 insurance deposits wero not included in the general balance of 02 I he'd on January 1 as cash to tho credit of such deposits Thereafter I took up and cancelled of bonds hold by me for deposit ng insurance compiin.cs, who took certificates showing the indebtedness of the state to that amount, and then I charged my- self with 000 as cash received on account of such deposit whit amount of United States bonds or United S atos securities you should have deliv ered to jour successor on ac- count of insurance deposits? in United States bonds the amount of Mississippi state bonds that should have been dehveied to our successor on account of insurance depos- its state four per cent bonds there arc credits to which you arc entitled, ch do not upon your report, please give a detaiml and itemized statement th< reof, whnt funds etc including amount of cash dohv ered to your successor and other vouchers, which will effect the cash bal- ance paid my successor these amounts as cash, or representing cash as follows Cash iJHH) arrants 95, five per cent coupons six per cent coupons four per boudd due January 1, 1890, total That part of the interrogatory relating to credits is answered in the answer to the second interrogatory. any other facts in you? session which will shed any light npoifethe true balance winch may be due by you state, or which may bo due you by the state did not keep the books of the treasury, and supposed they wero kept rectly, but I discovered, in making my settlement with my suc  for Allen, the unionist nominee In the election of 1385, Bright, who stood as a home ruler, received votes, and Corner, conservative, Bismarck's Request. BBKXTV, March 14 is stated that Pnnce Bismarck has aske-i Herr Wcndthorst, clerical leader, to give his support to startling Finance and military proposals which the government will soon lay before the re chstag TOPICS OF Review of Business of tlio Past tuations of Prkcs. T-iFW ULirch 14 O Dun Co s weekly review of trade eaj a There was not enough winter to make, good the losses sustained by the restricted demand for seasonable goods or to prevent one considerable failure caused by ar rested distribution and collections but the colder weather helped a little in many branches of trado vvh le it lasted "Now the great floods m the valley interferes with the distribution and threatens serious disasters On the other hand the money market has been re lievedby the treasury by another rrdurtton in rate by the Honk of tngland, and by a fall of three, quarters of a cent in the rate of exchange The v ol uiue of business centimes extraordinarily INCW York s exceeded hist vear s hy five per cent it Boston six per at Phifadel pliia bj sixteen per cent, at Chicapo by seventeen per cent and at all other points bj fifteenpercent The jncreabe in railroad earnings for February was about per cent It is difficult at times, to reconcile these of lirye bumnefs with expressions of disappointment so often lu-aril unless it IB that prices are low and tho margin for verj narrow THE IKON Tlie weekly output of furnaces in blast March 1, was tons, agtinst 174038 January 1, and iycar ago To many this further increase of over four per cent for the month will seem sur- prising, hut it was announced a month ago that several large furnaces were about to go into blast With production Acceding that of a year ago, more than twenty per cent and already at the rate of 9 400 000 toiis yearly The tone of the market has been weaker and prices hare a .fain declined A reduction of 50 in the price of Birmingham iron so that it is now offered in the eastern mar keta fifty cents below similar iron from vania, compels tbe sellers to make concessions, and causes a nervous and disappointed feeling Rails are quoted half a dollar lower, and one lot is said to be lor sale at The de mand for bar iron is better but on the whole there is as yet a lack of evidence that the country can consume at the rate it ia now pro ducmg pig iron and lower prices are apprt hendcd Keports from other cities indicate "oine improve mem in the volume of trade, where aciiango u no ticed THF MONEY MARKFT No change of con'jequencc on rates has occurred in the New York money market, though the treas- ury has paid out more than It has taken la Exports uf com toon bread stuffs and oil for February were in value against J33.no.3fW last vear a gain of seventeen per cent, largelv due to doubled of irbeat and flour But ior two weeks of March the exports from "Sew have fallen below last year s nearly two ptr cent, whi'e Im- ports increase The speculative markets for products have been little stronger, excepting for oil, wjifch has dropped three cents Wneat corn are half a cent higher, coffee a quarter higher and pork products a little stronger But specu'ation is not rampant, and is likely to be restrained for tbe month by fear of tight mone> Business failures occurring tlirnughont tha country during last week number for the Lmted States J17, Canada thirty five, total 252, com- pared with 260 laat week LOCATING THE COLLEGE. te MethcxllHta of North Carolina for a Suitable Site. It A LEIGH, N C March 14 tward of trustees of Trinity college was today called to meet at Durham on the ,20th instant to take action regarding the proposition of the citizens of Durham regarding the gift of a site and of a large endowment for tUe college It will be remembered that the college was lo- cated here, a proposition having been made that the college would come here provided the people of Raleigh gave the site and thirty thousand dollars. This was done and papers were passed, bat tbe people here having only the greatest good of the college In new, will stand hack and let it go to Durham if induce- ments offered there are in the opinion of the trustees sufficient. Durham has so far sub- scnbed The Sun's Cotton Review. NKW YORK, March opened eroegy, aa Bailors would expreM it Liverpool disan pointed tbe bulls, and. the two parties who nave been leading nperatorMpn that side, finding them- selves bears, began aefling right and left. Prices soon gave way and the decline was not arrested until six. to eight points had been lost. Then came the usual bnyrae to cover, and some buying by parties who sold in Orleans, that market being relatively dearer than THESE WEBE THIBTEEN TJSRSISI.E A.CCIDEXT BE- TJSEX. A MASS OF EARTH COMES DOWN And Buries a Crowd of Workmen Who Were Encaged in Removing a Large Rock from a CUMBERLAND, Md March U huge rock rolled down the mountainside today and fell upon the West Virginia Central railroad track in a cat between Chaffee and Blame, forty miles west of this city A work train with a crew of thirteen men was dispatched to clear she track A large cable placed around the rock and attached to the engine that it might be dragged from the cut All was nearly ready and the men were making the final adjustment of the rope when a great mass of earth came rushing doxi u upon them from tt hteep mountain side overwhelming sever of the men T.WO were dead taken out one lias died since, aud three were seriously and perhaps fatally injured of the killed aud two of the injured were Itah ins One of the dead and one injured were citizens of tlie neighborhood The obstruction delayed trains eral hours THE REVEREND GtA CAGEXX Run Down at a T tttle Country Cnurcb, bile Preparing to Preach. HUNTSviLI.K, 4_Ia March 14 United States Marshal Perry L Ham- son brougtit in last night Pres C Chancj, who is charged with violating the postal laws while po tin tster at Dutton s stoic, Jackson countv, Al" about five Chanoj left soon after that, and has since in Mexico and Missouri Ho la of the Northern Methodist church, and was m the act of begin- ning to preach at a church near the line be- tween Alabama and I? m a backwoods settlement about forty miles west of Pcnsacola, when captured by Harrison, who presented himself as a 3 oiing brother divine In finding Chaney's where ibouts, Harrison acted as a fruit tiee agent, among the neighbors aud to Chaney's wife, he having left to fill an appoint ineut Chaney is about tlnrtj hve old and has a wife and nineclnl iron Ileis hav ing a hearing before United States Commissioner Me C ul 1 ough _ IfOK KILLING BROTHFR Tlie Execution of Bob Cains at Sourer- ville. BIRMINGHAM, March At Somerviile, Morgan county, todaj, Utb Rams white, was hung for the murder of hia brothu, Georgo E uus The execution took place in the jail yard, and was special incident Tlie crime for n Inch Rains was executed was a sensational one On January 4, 1880, he murdered ins brother who was a i romment Baptist minister, in Morgan The two had attending court ac and ruling home together Late that night the minister s horse reached home AV itliout his rider A scan h was made aud the dead body of Hams was found by the roadside Ho had In-en stabbed to the heart with a pocket knife Bab llains was arrested, and in time confessed the crime He claimed that he quarrelled with his brother about some property they owned a fight resulted and he did the killing in self defense The murdered man was erv popular and an attempt was made to lynch the miir derer soon after his arrest, but it failed on ac- count of tho jail being strongly guarded Ives's Bail Reduced. NFTV YORK, March 14 the consent of the counsel for all parties interested, Ju Ige Andrews, of the supreme court, today reduced the bail of Heur> S IA es and Ins partner George Staynor, to C5 000 each m en il suits for two and a quarter million dollars, upon which they are held in Iiudlow street jail It is said they secured a deed of sotUeincnt from ninety five per cent of their ore htors on a basis of five cents on the doll ir If tliOj ure the reduced bail they wfJl have to furnish bail m the criminal action, or be transferred to the Toombs prison Tlie New Move In the Cronin Case. CHICAGO March McOonnell to- niglit signed the bill of exceptions in the Cionm case The signature of Clerk Gilbert is to be obtained tomorrow, and the document will then be takeu at once to the supreme court at Ottawa, where Lawyer will apply for a supersedeas The effect of the if obtained, be to return Coughlin, Burke and O'Sullivan from Johet prison to Chic IRO, and rel them of tentuiry laboaand disc p'me pending further proceedings __________ The Ixvnehers Sentenced MINNEAPOLIS, March 14 Journal's JjaCross, Wis Sentence uas pronoonced on the Trempcalau count} lynrh- ers at "Whitehall, by Newman today Charles Johnson, Ole Airs Oleman and herson, were sentenced to imprisonment for life, three in each year solitary There was a scene of great excitement in the court room Mrs Oleson fainted and there was groaning and shedding of tears Reads T.lte Suicide. SAVANNAH, Ga Mardi telegram from hesterfield, a tales that M P Odum, jumped out of a window thtre one night this week, and killed Mr was a member of the firm of Wallace Oduni, carnage repairers and blacksmiths, at 20b Liberty strept, in the rear of St Patrick s church He left two weeks He was unmarried_________ Fell Acrogf A Burglar. ALBANY, Ga March 14 night as Mr Mark Matthew 3 started to leave the house of Mrs Saaiue] Hall, where be re- sides, for his midnight run on one of the rail- roads, he ran across a burglar who had entered a back door The darky made his escape into the darkness Klncald Indicted. WASHINGTON, March 14 grand jury, today, after examining the witnesses who tes- tified at the inquest, presented Kincaid for the murder of ex-Congressman Taulbee, and the attorney wan directed to prepare an in- dictment to be submitted to court tomorrow John B. Lynch in Chattanooga. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn March John Jl Jyjneh, the colored ex-congressman from Mississippi, now fourth auditor of the treasury, reached tlie nty this morning He was met at the depot by a c of col- ored citizens, headed by a brass band and received and responded to an address of welcome In the afternoon he visited the colored schools, which he complimented high- ly At night he spoke in Sniloh Baptist church, on "The future condition of tbe colored people in Jbe south Mayor Hart presided, and in the space reserved for them were many prominent unite citizens This is second to Chattanooga He came the first time as a to a con- vention of southern republicans, which con- vened here and which ox-Oovernor Parsons, of Alabama, prtAiued JL Biff in COZ.CKBTTS Ga Blarch 14 is generally understood that the trade for the Cook property, including Leap" has been closed up Tbe deal was made through Saul Kedd, a well known real estate man, and the pr-ce paid was for the property, which consists of three hundred and thirty acres. The property was Doughy by Atlauta and Columbus capitalists. THE STISAHSEDI.ETEES. Damage TT Overflow Alonc Urt NEW March 14 storm prevails went down stzteea and one half feef but is again swelling, and the water is now running over at Browns and St Peter statu m but the water dow nol seem to cause nit ch inconv enience A telegraph messsage received at 10 a, from the Neta plantation above city the New Orleans side, the crrvasse herwt is one hundred feet wide t! at there it i batture m front of it and the will closed by the Mississippi i al3ev railroad. small breaks in Die old m that vicinity are also reported FILIPINO tP THE QAP Captain J Pmeknev Smith of ehe who is at the consent, telegraphs his papor a> follows Major Edwards general manager of the LOUISA ille New Orleans and Texas rail- road, is at the break, threo miles above thu place with a large f >rcc of mm The gap it 100 foot wde and four feet op The levee ta a small one, and the railroad track 15 about a quarter of a mile ov t r w h the watet is now about ten inches deep IloMi expreal and local down trams ire in the upper of tho break and tins up tram is expected to return fr >m IK re to citv V dispatch received tonight In the Mis- sissippi rut 1 road savs The break 1 bi a rict Hump 1 )n. leito uas now and four fe< t above tho ]tr nt w itii Both Is of tin ik 1 ave 1 een M.< ur   tlie railruul ed the weak places in t ic mil con- structed a temporiry levo m flow, even with a ftiil higher ti le of river The levees in this scou< n are i iji re 1 jus t now bv tho wind an i ucathtr th in by the llood Tolaj tl o win 1 w hi tho north and atta no i a IrKMtj f thirty miles an hour OrdintnU a u it i wind carr o-i er w ater it to but wlay storm ha I but lit'lc eflY  nt, tli tha stra us at liri i vi! nti in 1 S streets vn n hlle 1 all the afl  felt tlui- 1 1 TJ n (UK) tho itj for use in protecting the Cit> from ovortlow THF ALARMING A r it irkhburg sayat The c n Men U master, roporta the condiuon ci ti< al t rj w h< re He that L( HUM an a movitabJv go under even f the Mississippi wen flown t oloiiel Maxwell c f rsold and a fellow He held a respon- sible position as manager f the liiwtora bhoe company in but t'te company sold out an 1 ho his He wa.s subsequently a ork f >r tht J Ji White company, and rt-ocnt w as ti red one of the clerical positions Tin nut pav much, honaitr and were not JH rman nt and tha young man resoU to go into the railroad bnsiness and stick to it until he workod way up Dotting all false pride he laid aside his fashionable suits about UIWP weeks ago. and w eiit to work on the Georgia rail- road as a train hand on a freight train, Coupling cars on an all night freight from Augiiftla to Atlanta was hard aiul distasteful work to a bred he stuck to it with pluck and determination. Thursday evening at 1 o'clock, he left Augusta with and about 5 o cloak tins morning readied bocial Circle They were taking on two empty cars on w hat is known the running switch The cars were moving as he was between them uncoupling them 110 probably caught Jus foot or tnpiied m iwitch rod and fell The conductor was close but before the tra n ojiild bo stopped two cars passed his ttiitfliH, cnisliing and mangling him horribly Before his deatli directions for a telegram to Ins brother, Tom Henry, In Vugusta, declined the brandy that was offered him ami seemed to lie more distressed at tlie terrible tdux-k tt would be to s mother than at his own i u timely doom "Father died only a few aho Lid, and I'm afraid will kiJJ her He sank Hteadilv, an 1 1 al-.nt 11 o clock, >efore his brother roa'hei his side HIK re- mams were brought to Vugn-'tj, and f re met at the depot tonight hy a crowd of nen. among whom he Mas a popular His fniieral will occur at 10 D clock, 'rom bacred Heart church, of which ho was member Smothered to Death. At-Pioa, C Maw h 14 il There was a sensation lure this afternoon, caused by the dwowrv of the Iwxlj of Ihaae Elogers a well known ut of this county, andun'-'eof the present lier (T left here this afternoon and was tin r influence of quor He was ilmiujta blind horse to the ujrgj Tue  n value to ari'l were oC the issue of The was 8100 000, the bidders being E W Cole, at Nashville, and J C Ineel, of Mr luphis TELEGRAPH DRL VI TIE i Vice President Morton and party arrived Park, Fla., yesterday in' ISond offenngs yestcnlav a'l atwpti t tor four per ccnta 1 x fjur and a oe 'SPAPFRf In the c beat n teen toftre. A cacoMMfti! test was ma-le of tar TOPtsn tlve cartridge it i fa bred from a nfle using guopowtfrr tke j r !brce. A rtnke U threatened OB Chicago Eas- tern UlinuiB railrwad, at Cblcago. to of WUliam a JoioiuotfTe Bre- bo Ucnjurn.an erf tbe grteranoB oammmm SPAPFRf   

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