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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA. GA., MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 189O. PRICE FIVE WRFFOR THE WEEK OF CKNKIIAL SCHENCK. MET BY CHANCE CITY Breathes Hl> After a Sbort nineM. March 2.1 Genoril Robert fechenck, congressman, seedier and plotnat, and leader hi public affairs a gen- atuui or more ago, died at j o clock this emng of pncumcma ttt res dence en avcuue 3itst off of 11.10 It was not until yesKrdaj that it was IOM il that he was seriously ill but when hm lends heard of it prepired for the orst, her msf) of his ndianccd lire He had iilms for about two but attached c It very little tmportai ce to his touiplimt c undaj list ho lias out Mlth Mr B H ardun torn erlj of Ohio btit for seiei.il P firs i veil knoiin resident ot tins citj and euit d m his nsull h.altli in for i si t rom hnl mini list 1 m s ti at it was thot ght iiceessao to call m a 1 lijweuii 1 f M SK 01- HIS H C >rioxv uas fir and fonn 1 tseSiimlv surTtin 4 fi mi iipillin romliitis i urn nut o thouelit ni niJ e't It ns n'so IK i in e ml li e i dm' ilk 1 Dr (.1 1 illi in li i I 1 t 11 m i I'r 1111 111 l ui I tube m tiiitatui 1 le sntliat if mi sudden il in r it i si bf uirtit 1 r I (.1111 i i iti 1 (.imnl Scnenek I is in riling he mid him inn, h i i, 1 i 1 It n .sis IK I'd Hit ihi hi! oritic i xu I iti n i as >i in it ik. in n_ht side friii tin if Hi In inn iul 1 i lb, it n 11 but [i in tl it t i i H.I. Ill He iki i until the en 1 nil Hi ml i is in u n 1 biiifht t t i 1 i> 1 t Us ret dai Mis 111 11 I fund and iss sc u u ui 1C nil In EI it J! r t i c of u i e uh iliuliiitiliu.nl i- 11 tike ,1 i u it >iM n Ohio hi M  c t set into the building on accennt of the i _U wntcr rite Winter hacked up from a i i aud rusjio i in a great down the rtr s Hoomi i? t e entire Meimty and hilly ant j Ihf m v> ball grounds of the brother-H 1 1 in Exposition park Oft the in i h n'nt south banksof tbe Monou-2a ie a a.11 the nulls and aro n to susiwnd operations until the iter suite des Dispatches from other points itlongthe Monoiigaliela and rn ei-s ror ort coiisierable damage to firm lands 1 1 along the banks of tbe strt mis., but nothing of a serious nature ilffy loot span of a brnlge just being rt ted arro the Ohio rn er below Allegheny i washed away lite aftcrnocn, in 1 the ib itmeai-s consider iblv dimaged mi nvht the AHeghauvfnver -nas stationerv, I nr feet six iiiehes on the marks It h t.s not 1 1 i ed for tw entj four hour-> and 110 [urt Lr (1 intake is apprehended A iiHjtetal tlio high water pis.it. 1 off without any particular damige, ind the cold weather now pie's ailing is an assur-nicu Uiit the danger point is passed Ihe w iter w as higher than at any time bmee the flood of last ia the Cbapel and Banquet Generally. BEBLIN, The wrf today witli the nsoal 'he prince of Empress FreJ  n port-M, hat treneral aldersee will be A the cominand of the tenth arinx corps This iras made laeant tlie itioo f Generrl Capnvi to Uiechauct llorbhtp Prince Regent Leohpold, of i n autograph letter to Pnnce IJiamtn k on he occasion of the latter s retiremtiit (rtice Berlin papers referring to the N ir h (3 r-nan relations i >f resignation, romtei in the st of that paper as to on took ng nations THF Qt WITH THE FV1I H Hi The Zeitnng t n lit Bismarck f roai his be 1 to t r imperors demand for an expHniiu n f iitervien with J5i--iiurik it is aid, insisted that he should not t old the mpcror that he w i> n u H ta resign if hw ri.tentioii of o w i-% r mr, i it he onh n t i it to fulnll hiM r o Emperor V ilhain I The Htmbnrgpr dec ir. Ihi% Sismirek w LS deeply affected ind It t ta he Inst tint the would ask him lo re-Bons dtr his lesion itioii C banct llor on CiiiriM 1 In ssf 1 a to (tcruian auibasstdt R> ibrjil in wli h intimates that lie will loiitmue the pn ol Pniice Bismirc fc It i-, stated that Emperor ilham intimated to H unbi rl nuj Emperor FnuiMs Joseph tint Iht re change in the German polity as re mN triple alliance A TALK WITH March J t The rails Hi rhn correspondent gives an account of an 11 u r-view w itli Dr mdthorst, leader of (ha center party in Germany Dr Wmdtli I that Ins party did not propose to enur tiilxi any pern anent coalitions, but expected t maka certain combinations from tune to tune tlio centrists, he said would offer no svstcnntio opposition to the jrovernment and would support tho Emperor Williams measures for forms A Tterhii correspondent it is that Itistnarck the m f _( but declined the dukedom and tfnnt fim lerballj, aud then in a Join? JetUr to thu effect that it is not m hirmonj with his principles the gnnt, in view of the increasing bunions of the tax pavers llerr Von Kadowitz has dethned to succeed Count Herbert Bismarck A Brilliant Sen Iwano PARIS, March 21 A br-Iliuit r npiny including the president ind Mine i n It Mohrenheim, the HILSSI m ami i 1 1 ir Lord jLvtton, the British amines i' i nut Lady Lytton, witnessed tho pif mni of "Asciuo Jast night li ef in nors f< 11 tn Lassalle The product! m ts a dt success ottver ITS A. on 0. ngar SKTWKKJT 3fj.vi.ifFf AJ-D SAN FRANCISCO LAST FRIDAY. THE SENATE S ORDER OF BUSINESS. CALL MAKES A STATEMENT Frevions to the B Long Wins Him The Cloving to Bnvy M 1 g.Mtu- s< i  ousirtcred. Regard to the Report That c Hlzell and llimtwlf Had a O Serious IHftirulty a March Tlie Republic has the J ollowing dispatch about tlie fight in San between McAuliffe and Carroll a There was not an empty seat in the ethibi- Ion room of tiie California Athletic club to- c light, the attraction being the great glov e ;gbt between Jimmy Carroll and Tack Me- Vuliffe for the light championship of the t All day long the pool rooms h id been i M busy as bee hit es, and it is estimated that was wagered on tbe result Most of he money was laid at odds of to 011 VfcAuliffe The men were both trained down jo the finest possible shape and prepared lu all for tlie fight of their lives ft o pugilistic event ever held in tlus citj created more interest than thiscoiitest >f thii cjjss of sport bad been looking forward ,o the hqht ever since Me Vuliffe s liert two months ago, when a final settlement conditions TV as agreed upon, and during ast few weeks the coming contest awakened ,hc keenest interest Tins -was due in a greit neasure to the lirge amount of moucj tke apou the result The purse offi red jy the club amounted to Of wlneh go to the loser I n ad dition to this sum each principal posted iwu on the fight, making the total sum winch would fall into the hands of tbe winner 51 A-500 Before the terms of the contest vere completed Cirroll demxmied tint both men should fight it 1 >J but declared that be could not down to that weight without injury to himself, iml it finally agieed that men should m before the at 1 JT niinibor of sportine men irnvedheie from extern point.-, some time ago. attncwd the co 11 IM and it w is freelv n that tliej liod hrouglit large imoniits of mom 3 with them wlueh they intended to place on Alt Vuhfte When tho mateh WAS made Cai roll was a favorite here luit aftt r the announcement nas niide that tliere was so much McAuliffe monev in the nuiket ar roll iiduurtri evinced decided unwilling ness to come forward, the general impression being tint they were holding out for large odds The consequence was that up to the day of the fight tlie amount wagered was -not as large is expected Two to one on McAolme was Carroll's friends wanted The eastern supporters of McAuliffe made offers ing from to to 8100 to but they found but few takers though the pool rooms during the list few days have been crowded with friends of both men So far as the condition of the men was con cemedit was regarded as perfect in both cases The men met at tbe California club last meht and selected seconds Carroll selected Mirtm Murphy and Florrie Bainett Me announced tliit Billy Madden ana Jack Dempwey would be in his corner Carroll immediately raised a strong objection to Beuilfccv oil tbe ground that he was an em-plove of the club, and as such was to act as second The directors pointed out that Carroll himself, who is also an emplove of tlie club, had acted as second of 3IcCharthy ia the latter s fight with Dempsey last month They therefore suspended the rule and allowed Dempsey to go behind McAuliffe tonight Hiram Cook was elected as referee NO IOOLIVG AI I OWFD OH ing to some rumors afloat j esterdav that the contest was not to be a genuine one, 1'resident Fuldi last informed Carroll and Me Vuliffe that if at any time- dun ng the contest there was any evidence of "fooling the fight would be stopped aud the men thrown out of t as six o'clock this evening spectators began to assemble at the gymnasium of the California club, and two hours later there tias not a vacant seat in the large building, fully 2000 persons being present The betting became more brisk this ening, though the Carroll men still persisted in their demands for two to one, and considerable money wis placed at these odds the heaviest bets made was one of S-'.OOO to on McAuliffe Previous to tbe contest an effort was made to pass a resolution instructing the board of directors to arrange a match between McAuliffe and Peter Jackson, but, the club decided to leave the matter in the bauds of the It was nearlv 3 lieu the contestants, accompaii ed by their seconds, appeared m the ring MeAiiHffe was the to step over tbo ropes Both men were received with much enthusiasm Tlie weights were announced as follows McAuliffe, 1J41 Carrol, Up to the twentj seventh round both men seemed well mat< bed BEGINNING TO GKT WRVK next few rounds were generally in Mr Auliffe's favor both men displaying rmic i cleverness were a number of rail <-s, in which considerable pounding was done by McAtiliffe Mar blows net med to ereatcr effect when the men were not fighting at close OJir ers Me had the ail van taee nearly all the time, aw C jrroil se t out reached him Once Me landed a itn irht right-band blow on Cirrnll s neck, whirh had asWgeruveffeot the tlurtj sixth ronndtl f men wl ileiu t strong, were bot i m fair eonMiin The round was very tnme but tbe men 1 tlie next round with -ome exchange-, and then Carrnll commented to IMI n 1 aw av at Mac's face and JAW Laimll leac'iel his n ir v more than a half dozen turns, ind Mac wis CM dently becoming daw d He struck out w ean-ly, but Cirroli w away safely and comeback ith another jab in Mars face Carroll repeated performance in the next round though with not such good effef t Tbe fortietii round w t McAaliffe rtco% er-nl a li t'e in the nei round.bat in the forty Accord Cirrr'l In ni an i glv npj ntt in J then planted eral more Imti t o i }iif n  5 knocking Carroll out bv a blow in the w-MHitoToN 1. 21 -The committee >u .naattbo recent ccn teeiiw of Ri il i-.an has dtculod STa-or-Urnf. f .r the so.mte that v CToiUH ln.cconl.nr. ho r r I oj tfcWn, n, u 11 ,-d tofflorro. 1 t ''I" P U1 1 b.tth >r, ,h I, r to am. m I-' tuned L.-mss b> nil c f to 's l> L ,1 UM..C. th 1. .V V, "-IcU.n lt 'Mill, C-..U., I H.I ,110m.! un riu i., i 1 ill 11 sol oiul I) the 1 "I- f T 1 1 1" 1 1' Ul- 1 I tn 1 1 .M-.Il 11-. With 10 r Jn 1, n Hi 11 i. i r i it wiut i-. r i 1 tn M n r, r VI, I il 1II1IM1 CMS, tn 1 i 1 1- I mil (hi UK Si i i if in N r. nut, V 11 1 i J but it "ill L.r i N ll k 1 HI 1 H 1 1 ON f Tl i i 1 i n 1 1 Ub ut on tin M U ,i ill i .It >t'.l e, It u 1 V 11 tl 111 h eit, I i.l mil !l ci in tul 1 I 1 t fill lllM S i t f l-i UCVt M It t 0 v Mil i 1 1 1 In t'lC !l mvf t t i t n i u i i> rttd tin in n I t li 11 i f Inn I i "hi i i" 1 I i il i i vcpt Hi itj 10 i i it il i 1 n 1 i il v 1 s lur lull "ill hi t, i, 1 1 i i bit U "H I" in mm 4 I l 1 U Ujl 11 It h ll u h 11 T r. i in) to f i ur- i s 1 i St 1 ouis i i i t i ti n i f tl o ho i i i i   I i it uii, twiut. ru-- i t voinii mil III i 10 1 tlUlliml I'll 1 .ICKnul t lllfl 1 11 1 t.iltobc reported to the ho tho PH March 23 Pcma- Ui >etial stiit late lost night says v tj ha- in a fiAtr of excitement over j iniort of nn altercatu n alleged to have taken t iacc between .Senator Call and United States larslml It in the oibce of the ontiitentil hotel this morning All sorts of j 01 cs K but fr.ends of >th UK u been disposed to say httle 11 t ic L to what an- irs tn be a lelmble towrre of the story is sub t intioll) this i tlie senator w th having made bc'ore a rommittee aTecfc- t us s) piuttc Phi Tins led o i alnune M lie ajmlo-71 1 i pun Soi Cill fii'eiHiloftliprhirge c i K-it piiU'd on a mno'i better i t Dcfunmk st to iill i to btfoie t'tc Chau UK m The iJla.il b tn twisted nt ill son> i i IK- man}   1 irntci s i i i t n Ii ct t t m nf in. Tie ri in t 10 S n ah is IK L c >nett Mi t -in x[ m ih me with sul.stin illi a- i cd I aia not stitithitlv ii'd hue killtd but for t it irtMhr of (.all I u t n tl hilut of inaK ng Molent re ii i1-. I dul eitJur in Mr 1 I to Mirell (it it It t4 it Hilt iw nsil IP lor mj con d rt piblit (ii prn ite Mizell bec-tme satis-K ll Uhiim m inner of t. me in i r amU olnnt uilj withdrew tul A 'i I them Ihe in ttier was set-ted i) 1 sfdof to both par ti s Kitrv 010 J uottfc tl it I could not bo the mth 11   n t to Mi i xtc Uf whuli I nUttd it request t f i ic j ci ons sc idii g them, befoie the proper thoiit inl sinli persons mij had i tit rs a I lo tfiem uimimng as to the n iiuu of tl tir test inony uamc may hut bt M mtiitioneU I h u e no remembrance of smli uttei-, tiou li is been pnbhc in the Often Ben-tte Tiid n im li >n h is bt 11 mide of Slizell s nimc or srof il ce to Jam as djstin-cuishcd fromthi oitiers T not under stood from Jinn that lisa taken t xception to this IhedilheulU between us -wis bottled without ftnther, and I hate no i to refti to <.IM-I.M CKOOK The Large tl i.l. .lilt  ied toibti 11 a Ust 10 it Ihffiro  1 ut the Loiil 1 n iitnle the choir sm f Rr- t f i tip AV eiri Mis r >ok mil Mrs l.i e 1 H lion diiipn Ijllttl} tl tl t I. lltimnt 111 Ol inilejot Iho ti im on i lutli the fimei il put! lift at n i li eK c f mm cus tin i i u ti n M, tin, eisktt being lu t 10 leal ot iho mill i ir It 11 Is ntirflj c icred 11 1th hi ick and t 10 ni'prn r ills driped itb Vuiennii fl siiinl I'ullmiii iloiotcdti Mis look mil i si ort nislnlMly driped in 1 ilk, h opi 1 with nirron bnmkof ulntf flic othtlrsii lull 1 lo nt as a ml i f lion, r mdiihoociu H I si its in the speeill c ir an C ol inels 1 i In n Ilirl iiitl btaiiton ,r I'm 1 ill mil ipt im Ki nil ill The nr mil st irt fi ml Oiklind t mil rroiv ri tiirnun; M ith these othiers 1 id the bptu.ll guard in of t it HILL 3 Uttle Pennsylvania Hnmlet Kxclted Oi er I armer Downey s Oeatli. March 23 finding of the inuti lifted bod> of John Bow ney in the ot Ins little hermitage at Stony HiH, still lias stery sin rounding it The few resi dents of the little Pennsylvania village, four miles across the Belaw are Kn er, ire contideiit that a murder has been committed The coloring fonl play Is to the narratne because the body w as fo ind in the cellar w ith the head cut, imd tbe skull has the appearance of having been t rushed by a blow The arms and legs were burned off and the had been surround' d 1 hoxe-i where tbe fire bad been kindled There are onlv a few houses in the settlement Downey ed ilone and w as regarded i hernut He had a faim of alwut Mtj icres It was known that he kept a sum of money at home, bufi no trace of this can be found m the rums It is believed by the neighbors that thieves entered the house, and, arousing the old man, a struggle ensued, m whirh he wasstunned or killed by a blow, after which the intruders fired the building tramps wore m the neighborhood during night, seeking shelter, but were refused Since the fare no trace of them his been scon The POII nt j constables coroner were no-Ufied ind are now estimating the case, with but little prospects of It, as there --eems to be no clew to start on Farmer Dow-no was 111 good circumstances, and leaves two sons one married and living near the old homestead, while Hugh, tho younger, it, aeon ductor on the City railway in this city Both of the opinion that their father was robbed and VM A Merchant Killed a Worthless CHiractev Mob HanffH tlie BIRMINGHAM, Ala March [fcpeoni The Linden, Ala correspondent of a paper sends the following Thursday evening J Stratton, a erate and woiiinewt character, entered the tAtan of M W. a popular merrh xnt, and w ith the remark "I hav e been looking for shot him three times Ijeniis unarmed and as soon as shot turned and rin hisresidence nearby as lie reJt the steps he fell to the ground Stratton was caught at once and in losnthnrt half an hour an angrrj mob had hung him tx> A limb in the centre of the town Tin town marshal was given no time in which to nipt a defense of the prisoner, so qu cklj was tha mob organized Lew IK, t he imirdcrt d ui in, was verj popular, and the Dause of the murder is unknown MOHTOX T Hi! SOLTH The Mce Snja Ha Gronth U omlrrf ul Mirth Vice I'r. etd ti rr pi li es fr wl-H h It ill mn c i 1 it t' 11 hid limit to tnvil 1 tl ink t) i n 1< mil in 1 1 ijti 1 t tlie S 1th fl HI ll ll. V isttt II 1 th< irt  I im to 6u tint I .1 i not be a trxMlir g uu; tliioiiJlli tin smitli if uiiiwin- t il ITS t MOl I HI t 13 111> l lilt mi. fr m tha Oi i eiiise tins H erv i noli mil U I 1 1 ills S, m Hit s lit 11 n .ikwulthm tl ei mljctlhr e ii I' irt> I e ive lilt IlllS 1 It} 111 Min.li- 1'n i  i i ti n i 1 i [i ill li t. e in, n n i I irt-v i u n i .1 >ni i l tl r- f it> tlimi hi- tl n n t i i 1 un 1 tin i 1 HI 1 In Un- ifl i" J ill ll li M s i il i Ir -U 1 T 1 tl f MH 1 e ,1 ite 1 1 S 1 'Ji >eileM sit n 1 1 resident 11 i i ol, l eteil to mu 1.1 is tl e S ll 1 l t still in li i 1 .he m l IT-ini 11 ben i t 11 i 1 t is b t ell- mi h p i i i I'll n t st [I'lro t tl i p ill i Al mti II m 11 i" K" N c ilcj in" inch At'aii J- tl 111 HI _ TO riKCll YM I. VilUOYns An 1 nslisli I on th Komi ami i Much1 Toll P tt left for Must n buddi nlj night upon receipt of an 11141 nt II is representing i Ti ish an 1 an mtmnte fuel 1 f Mi s t stitestr the symhcoto is m Ooti 1 i the pure 11 of the Qnepii iiid Oie .nt n 1 ihe C] itt nooga, Rome -mil Columbus Del ills of tl negotiations i ami t bo learned, but umet 1S1OW AT CAN "Ni-w Taiiff and Appllrntion to Our ISnrtUern OTTAWA Out It appears as if frtnit is of tbe I nitol States tariff changes hil studied tbo (libtinctue pruducts ol each nirr1 i f in t H tnfl increased the duties OTI tbein >rli Thej aim at Ontario 111 tin mutter of btr nul ipnJos at Quebec ai d >c v lirunsw n.k on liorses ind and at Nc s i ti i in I I r itco Edn iifl island on es an 1 other a beotia also g  the Unite I St ites Th" 11 i c dut> js Ud igiiust tint tnde an 1 fill in >st lU f n itario in 1 (Jue nee 000 of the horses were drawn The duiv on cattle fouieilj twenty per cent i to bo raised to per he id w here the cattle an a. >eir Ul ind per bold where less t inada sent J7 cittle, a ued at ,iU> to tbe V uited fet Ues last ear 1 1 e dut> on tiiese imix rt w be under the 1 11 i xte L 11 ler the new rite it would rt ich pioiide 1 the c tt'le are all ei a year old S-yTUNjO now free it is propo-eJ to at the ritcTof ti c con do7cn inuli s exports i werp 017 trcn Ilia tax at cei t-4 he It is in b.uie'v ih u thp damage will bo lone Hie present duty on bailej is ten ftnfs per Ir ii prrtposed to increase i K to coils Canal s< 11. h   on tins qua ititv is IjO Tho uou.d CW> >iO IT VM> IN HIS .if an Ohl ditor C Mir.h J [sppci il Mr 1 I ISrimcr editor an 1 piopnttor of tho 1 irolma M itilliiu.li publish, lit feilisbnii i u 1 it his homo m that touii it ti n niiiiittr'S lastll toilai, of if the lull's Mi liiuiiei lias btiintitline ild m 1 the oldest and ono nf the I kiinin nit isinNnth t irolmi h edited the Watchman rpgularl> since is TOTHI- MI-MOItY IH1 A censed Murderer Indulges in Queer Antics and May Be Insane. i r FNTOWV March 23 Murphy, who is in jail charged with the murder of John Moran of Jlolvendauge shows signs of insan jU binco there been unmis-tikil imlititions of mental derangement and Warden Hemunger believes that Murphy will become a ranne maniac has a wild look and bis con-finemont he is gradually breaking down He Ins i fair appetite and eats well of what is brought him He sleeps very httle and spends the 111 pacing up and down the cell wins luij ind timing He refuses to go to bed and it times lies down on the rloor 1 en seen todiy he paced his cell in his b ire feet and stopped occasionally to dance He shneks sometimes and cries loudly, which annoys the inmates, and in consequence the entire jail is thrown into an uproar The bearing will be held on Tuesday and District Stiles will push the case for trial at the April term of PEOPLK HIT I KFTHEKK See That Jamea "P U Kl fed u ally BALFJOH, N C, Mireh -Last night James P DIMS tlie nmrleir r of John I> Horton who in to 28th, at Pittshoro confessed that he was ill-lain Sliackelford the Manon countv, B C cnniiiii) and tint he is multj of incest and of r in that >t tte our t jr-reopoiident list we k tie of faliackelford's cr ues nthntstiU including ineoit and nmrkr daughter a offspring, ami ited tint th< jinx f that is was none other thin Sli i< k  is luadt Ihere will ac least live thou'- tn i people at o execution Norfolk C Iul  tlemoei itn club IV'cetiiiJ's ho iKld omn 1 IM k nd tin f. aro thp Ihnis 1 rilkntii re I IPIII E Hone 1 MH pitsilenl 1 Ann sure tin Inn -s S.-4 s t i, irpr 1' I s ek s r "in it iinis in t it mil e mini tt i imi f i 1 1 n 1 iiiirmiii 1111 -s Sikis III 1 Will llll little It IS till-nt, it n ul the e' 1 t i to p II oh tie irlh lii of tin ills mu i' 1 mil laiiHiitn I i 11 V ban j u t 1 1 mi tin u tlr f, it ires i f the 01 is" n I i 1 M 1 1 i b 11 i n i 1 PI of i roi i ut pi e h m iktn, Ir m de i_ a i ul 11 ml 1 to hi present A 1 enilni suit 1  t w York by an earthquake, 14 In IK ers here are becoming more in 1 m u They are selling real estate u Ii t'f i-. a ut and disposing of other property fur a, s i j to sei 01 d band dealers Im ill me to the surrounding lulls out of ninn's'nn, There will an organized ht 'n i nmltr Iniders, and daily w ill held until the night of the IJth V piece of property assessed at a xi sold for and all the furm-t ire 111 nine room house went for 935 One v away several cords of wood, say mg in ul 1 not need it CHILDREN BY THK EMier lured Ouilty "Mar h J J be cjoiiuittca of ministers unest 4 tl e ehirges agaiiesC T J Hthpi of bicirfi for tbf laat three arrived at i t nil t this afternoon. Tbev found him emlu of all the falsehood slander and retiring 1 fnr the puip >ne of creating in the church The> rec nuiiibiid that B as a bishop ai 1 at a m of the Evangehral dcnomuiAtion until the conferenca in IH'tl Bitli H of Cle and Bon man of Allen tow o, hava alreadj been deponed 1VHI Be to Death 4i i- IGH, X t Man li J-i cial John Bracks i lie the i fgro who ro nm a collb'KKl Laurel Jfill Kf n 1 c >i nt' f mr ar an 1 f tj 1 from ja I t IiiV i l ff r it df i l h   thesnpeno- Jtor J >r 1 verhcthaB been rj ed Uj- tt iji court p V l ll in N t nl is ll il-b t n v l nil 1 i s.s 1 ill t i i m fit 1 1, ii i i it f r tin i i ip e f i tiihmt, t> 1 1 H to t) t ll 0 Ijllll f 111 lusui in i iimiani tli moil n 'i u J n 1 i, Isil tl ii 1 mi n' A. I' Tl It lls sin' is nth r j c i lilr t K I i loni s lusei Ji! site I -si ti mi i I i IIVM si i 111 1 no nt i i j 1 t l "be It K l e 1, l hi l ll a i, i nt is tn s e Mis h i 1 MIOfl.itti m mil ml ''id nx s i s, ,i tli Ins 1 1 fo, 1 oil "i nun 1 1 i i land i silt 11 istl i i ul' 1 11 1 ik els i.i i ch ir i of li m I I.l t is in ti f u-e 1, sdnlmd iiitu t 1 i i tn M -Ml tint tin M (r t m m u moi i du K ite loux bt i aid to tin b 11 Agitation of tlie Black Four Hundred of C IT V7- irs ION S C Mirrh 2" s i tioual s ell w e 1 t i ire the ot n r TUP who'c f U ui f mr UUP 1 wne i TP- e i No h hi e .t n IIP sj 1 lit1 pnomi Dr lliam r J> i ml ti Ir le Mis M Pit i is n fit. f rn i is c to i 1 i i M' c U blon 1 The v i i 11 c i-, un o fi-ihumed afte T in i O Js r Hie church Baj-tist, was densel picl c 1 niMU ind outside and The stree s witlaii o ol so crowded that 1 platoon of pt hco IH n had to bead tho bnda i i ind clear a. passage through th throng Vf eithe it tbe church eiietian rerept i n was. en at the residenc of the brde s im ther The house and groun( vere illuminated with Chinese lanterns Co ored socaetj to its ceuter by th ii C 111 ad j an Government Bounty- Many Beneficiaries Afarcli 23 offer of the nnun., to give a free grant of 100 acres o: 1-wid to f .ther having twelve childrer 1 has s far proi ed a great success, the presen ai M iri being that most of the unoccupied 1 ia 1 in this will soon be taken up 3 VI though it ia only about three weeks L the was ready to receive applica tni ovet 140 c'aMnants have alreadj hat 9 their c aims recorded, and applications an still coming in at an average of or six i s day y It was already well known tliat the Frencl t Canadians are prolific people, but it was no i expected that they could make such a show J ing as tlus, and the public is both e and pleased at the Senator 1 01 krill s S m >..t T! -am W .siuM.TON r i_' C deslK tocirle, t istltlliilll !'l s n l l n t, tin cheet Hi it hi s i 1 i J kie 1 1 imilii N M is 11 i n 1 ic soiit r sn h s son his been i .ase i iptd 111 h 141 1 business md studn s mil 1 il vliit ho l posCll H IS I'JSIS, but lllS pllj slelall J fpaied a tomliirj to Dpnprll pirilisls, all i upon their idi i< e he can o cist ith his fathe t a fen aCTo for rtst mil Ire iron Kace. i JACKSON VILIF, Fla Man h 23 Hamm L Gaudaur, Ten Eyck and Hosmer pnlleJ a rac< on the St John n river this afternoon at Man i dann, sixteen miles above this city Nearlv thousand people witnessed it from the of excursion steamers Gandaur was hand i capped three boats lengths on account of hi recent victories in Florida, and still he woi easily, Ham came m second, and Hosmer fourth Hosoier is uot vet wholl recot ered from the effects ot a ere Keinale 1 S Mu t t r. i lay became 'iff- i M f-n' I i adopted daughter, f M tn tr Mai a of an   body. H died today. His age was seven KklU Boy Over a Oame of JoLlET, III Marrh 23 T IIP i years old, ahot a-id kit )_, rr I' a-e inurt eleven years fj o were playing aud a n jii i the game caused the n i f i 11 J A pistol and shoot Un lit t j JL i lae e stomach. Earnings o' mtl. I Hiiillua R ulromls Coll K Mtr ll _1 rdmff to the montliH etitimfiitof thenilro mniission issmil tlio rnlroada of Sou u Darned nf-irtv S 000 000 net in Janual an mureaie about Jiw.ooo over the correspon iiiK month of Listjoir liot only in tUe total i cti iwe very large hut it is shared by nearly all the only five lines out of thirty four eho me a decrease The Increase In nassenger ear is tnentj eight per cent In freight earnin ith rteen per cent in total earnings seventeen ai tone half percent and tonnage twenty-seven t The net Increase in the total earnings of t Wnhmond and Kanville system in the state of 2J-83 pet Killed by the Explosion. o DECATTTB, Ind March A man name t- Barr w as blow n to atoms, and a mother an y bet babe instantly killed yesterday by Hie ej plosion of nitro-glycenne near Stone, a sma station south of thtscity Barr's bozses wei also killed and his wagon torn into splinter The tore ibf from tt at house in which the woman was sittm ts with her children, and wronght general havo No traces of either man or horses are to u- found, excepting small pieces of flesh ban is ing upon trees remote from the spot where tl ie ezploffiuo occurred, The explosion wm aeaj seven miles Another Big Syndicate. a CHATTANOOGA, Tenn March 23 [Seeaal e Information reaches here of the purchase t g the town site of Spring City, fifty miles frot c. here, on the Cincinnati Southern road, by ie svndicate from Kentucky, lead by Jade e- Hughes, of Harrodsburg Ten thousand acn te are involved in the sale, the consideration b td lug a half million dollars. purchase Uf-the development ot iron and Atliurc Fla h _ fl N e 9vanea, Captain f a Augustine to Feruandina to ashore aboat a miTe aiid a half wuth jf t cr-d bar A heavy sea runn'ng TUa M Teaeel vt fast nllmff up aud will probaUj be a total loss The crew TI as taken aoUvre by ft piUrtboat. Burned. a PrrrsmrM, March 33 cpeefal to th a Times from Canton, O, The Canto e Riass works, one of the largest and moot nt cescful in the country, was totally destroye B- by fire this morning toss insoranc MT 1 Two hundred workinen ore throw out of Cleveland to COI.CMBUS, O, March 23 -Ei-Presidei n- Cleveland has -written a letter to the studen at the Ohio State university, acknowledgu ttd the compliment of nomination tor the pret 'Z 1 denoy in a mock craiTentton, and assnru 1 thenithrt the Interests and principles of tt party are ot importance than any SPAPFRf   

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